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Array Voltimi U
North Vampovvir, B.0„ :?WP4V, Jvlv 21, Ity}
Number W
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-Signed Sealed & Delivered
AO Parti?i Now United-Immediate Movement Toward
Construction-Type of Bridge
to Be Decided at Once.
*    ' ■        p-^i	
The conference ol the intereitud companies and municipulitiu held on
Tueiday with reipeot to Hecond Narrows bridge finally and latisf.mlnriiy
disposed ol all matters u-bi'-H havt
been the subject ol negotiation* and
tbe way now stands perfectly dear
l«r aotive operations. Briefly stated the conclusions arrived ut unanimously by thi conlerenoe were a* follow* : Fint, that tho amended agreement between the V. f. k Y. By. Co.
i, and Burrard Inlet Tunnel and Bridge
^% to adpptad : leoond, that Iba two
cornWiiffkJIIPuld sign the agreement
lha following day (Wednesday) ; third,
that the application of the V. W. It
V. By. for an increased Dominion sub
lidy be energetically pushed nt Ottawa at mice and lhat each nl the
municipalities intereitcd appoinl a
delegate to proceed to the capital to
assist in thia regard; fourth, that
each of the municipalilies inltreilcdle
requested to purchase the shares as
authorised at once and that their re
presentativea Iw appointed to tbi
Board of Directors ol Burrard Inlet,
Tunnel 4i Bridge Company; filth, that
a meeting be arranged immediately tn
lake under advisement Ihe question ol
Ilie exact type ul bridge tn I e con-
■truoted,
The number and the nature nl  the
conclusions arrived at together   wil
the spirit  ol unanimity  and enlhui
iasm that prevailed throughout clear
ly showed thai ihi representative* *l
Hi'.'.' .   ■"
the oonferenea were sure nf their
ground and were convinced that they
could proceed with the lull oonfideno
that the bridge is now nn accomplished fact.
At the concluiiou of the regular
buiineis, Dr. J. A. I- Wadded nl the
engineering firm ol Wuddell at Barring
ton, addressed tha conference hy request. Dr. Waddall elated lhat there
were three type* ol bridgei lhat might
he considered, namely, Ihe vertical
lilt span, tha swing ipan or the bai-
eiili:. He wai of opinion that Ihe ver
tical lilt bridge would ho Ihe most
suitable in this instance in view ol al1
Ihe requirements. A lilt ipan bridge
1,8110 feat in length, not including approach!* with a lilt clearance ol IfiO
lect wilh a horimntal clcaranos of Un
feel would coil approximately 11,941,
000 and il required an additional forty
feet could be added to the lilt clear
ana* at a coit of 110,000. Tlie  cml
01 Ihis ty11.■ ol bridge would he about
1100,000 less than that ol a swing
span bridg*. The liridgo milluml ns
above would carry two railway trucks
having a vehicular roadway nn onrh
side of ihVm and sidewalks lur pedes
trims on the ixlromo nutsidi*.
Since the date of the conlerrnc* il i*
learned lhat Ihe agreemenl waa duly
signed by Imi li companies on Widiie*
day and thai a meeting will lu hell
next week lo comider the question ol
Ihe type nl bridge lo b* built as well
a* other matter*.
To Help City Band
Admirer Starts .Subscript ion Towards
Additional I minims S. veml Hundred Dollar! Needed lor New
Equipment-Express W.ll Acknowledge All Contributions.
The article which appealed iu the
Express ol Ibe 7th iimt. with retwoaco
to North Vincouver City Band lias
earned considerable dj*cu**ion ol band
milters in which many highly complimentary remark* have Leen made ai
lo the cllieieiic. of that organisation.
The opinion is universal tliut the
band has made spleadid ffOft ll, lhat
it ii a. credit to Ibe cily and that Ihe
highest commendation ia due 'land
mailer Chance and the memlieri ol Ihe
organisation, ihe lacl thai mora uniform! are required and that addition-
al equipmcuj. in other imperii I* urg
ently needed has called forth lb* suggestion that the cititeni would lie prepared to euniiiliiiie toward providing
(hi same il opporlunity were accorded
them, one enthuiiaitic aupporlir of
Ihi band having voluntarily bended
ibe editor a dieque for ten dollar,
with thi suggestion thit th* Express
iieconl thi u*e ol it* columns lor sub-
■cription purpoaa*.
We ara very pleased to follow up
this intimation and subscription* lor
band purpoae* will accordingly In received el Ibi* office and will ha duly
acknowledged in each issue nf the Ei-
pr***.
Subtcriplioat (o data I
I., ltd.      $60.00
H. Hurlublt (Bainbow (Ml)   110.00
BE WALLACE flHH'VABDS
Editor Exprni;
I am sorry tint Ur. Wallace hai Hi
hurriedly rushed Into print with hi*
double barrelled complaint against
North Vancouver. He complaine ol i»-
caaaivi l#>at>on when a* a lacl ha is
■m|y paying ttxa* on la** (baa one-
half the actual value ol hi* land Mid
he pay* ito lata* fit) hii improve
nuwli.   i'erionally I urged at Ihedec
i I ion that ho gat sumption from tales
altogether (or a time- not on aocounl
of exceeeive t*i*t|oa bat on aeaouni
of   want  or  railway   transportation
j Others did tb* Mm and wt regret thi
bylaw did not carry. But Mr. Wai
lac* ba* biaudf aloa* to Mem lor
that.  Unfortunately b* baa not lor a
' loaf 14m t»k*» a kindly vi*w of
North V*a«evv*r aad hi* reference* to
It have not eoauaaaaed for him Uw
reepeet aad Influence ol may wbo do
believe in our yowag Uly, Mr. fellx*
I* ia a ptrntitm fo do' more tat K. rib
Vincouver thin almost any oilier mini
but the good he dous with on*
hind ho withdraw* with thi other.
Thii ii clearly aeen in hi* second i w.i
plaint that he b*l inadequate lire pro
tectum. It is difficult, yea it it im
possible to givt complete lire protiC
lion in a work lik* his where no
watchman is kept on Ike premise!. Ll
the case ol Ilie recent lire the plicn
was ein.lope.l in damn bulore dis-
coysry but I can baar lestimony to
the splendid work ol our brigade and
ol the many volunteer an slants in
restricting Ihe area of Ihe ''nulligri-
lion. The beat kind ol evidence ol lha
value ol the brigade'* work i.i nenon
Ilia ground. Th* shipyard waa Sii-
loiindeil by very iuHammable building*
but Ihe tir.. waa kept within a narrow
art*. I venture lo **y lhat it ill I;*
comes Hi. Wallace lo rush int.) print'
when such excellent work wai done in
hii interest and in bis own abacucc.
lining Inni to Mr. W*ll*ee'i taxa
linn complain! hit ma aay advisedly
lhat there ii no man in all Nnrlh
Vancouver Ibal ha* had more dind
lament from the *xp»nditurs id North
Vancouver taxes Ihst Mr. Wallace nnd
that lis received in remission ol pen
till** incurred in conaection wilb I In-
building "I Ferr,' No. 3 alone nearly
ss much'as all Ihe laxn be haa cvei
paid lo Norlh Vanoouver.
I am sure every dtlien will ragM
iosing Mr, Wallace's imiuiirj, il be il*
oide* lo movi il dumber., 'ait *er
lainly Ilu reaioui hi gives lo moving are not wdl found, d and I rioted-
ingly regriit thai he saw HI to publub
Ibem to lb* *ertous prejudice nl a i il j
which dsMrved belter nl hii bands.
I am,
ALEX. I'HILII'.
•    r t    > '■• ■-    '   t. .i
City Wai Repreiented
Aid. Dick Allendat) Vancouver Coun
dl  Keating  during  discussion  ol
Bridg* Afr*MB*et.
We regret that in oar report of |ke
regular a***ioa of tb* dly aoiwdl U*t
Holiday avealag, Ih* oorrnt «e|>«i
lor tin ehatote of AU. ffleb wa* not
awignad. Aid. Dick wi* abiaal
by agreement wilb Mayor McNeish and
wai ia illiodane* at th* ie**ioa of
tb* tiff coundl of Vaneouver for iba
purpose of walehing Ih* progrna, of
lb* **«*id*r»lio* of lb* bridge agm-
axtot, upon b*b*|| ol th* rjly ot
Norlb Vaaeoueer. It wm ooaeWers)
edviiaM* lhat lb* loc»| eouiml
ahould have a r*pr***at*ti'a,pmeet,
wb*a mature so aearly awidaiad
wilb Maria Shore initetit wire iinck
OQ&lkioW Alien
^mmmmmmmvmejm*
Mr. F. rhiimpli.taewyeliirin, ia a
gueit at the ^otaf North Vaweouv ir.
Mr. Armstrong of Toronto, i.i visiting Mr..and Mrs. 0. F. Foreman.
The Calholic school on Muhun Ave.
ii completed and will be opened in
September under,Ihe direction olalay
teacher.
Dr. and Mra. Martin have arrived in
the city. The Doctor will praotice in
partnership witli Dr. Newcombe.
nnc mver
bands,  tba
iison ni.il Son
Month and
The business ol tbe
Transfer Co.
hinner pi i ..
having sold o
Phillips
Weather permitting North Vancouver
city band will give one nl their popular open air concerts at Victoria Park
this (Friday) evening.
Mr. and Mn. C. F. Foreman, Luna
dale Avenue, nre expect lug Iheir aou
and wilo up Irom California in a lew
days, to i|iend a week in Sonh Viineouver.
A number pi North VanrouvcriliS
spent Sunday, Mniilay nnd Tuesday in
Seattle, among I lime away wiio Mr.
E. McMillan,' .1. A. McMillan, ILn
Brooks and Dr. Morris in.
Two drunks wero brought before Mayor McNeish on Wednesday morning
As both pleaded guilty the mayor imposed a line of 13.50 anil costs with a
recommendation that ihey drink ua
lor during tho balance ol Ibo hoi weather.
Wnrk in tin interior ol the new post
office building is proMeli'ig rapidly,
already the pribale bo,, i im in | > ai
lion, and ihe other li.vtu'ci show pio
mine nl early completion, it is though!
it will lie ready lor occupancy aboil
Ihu middle of Ihu i nmi u week.   '
Mr. Hurlibus nl the Bainbow Cafe,
haa removed hia busimss lo the pre-
mi*** lormcrly occupied by Iho Esplanade (ale, Esplanade West. Patrons
ol Ibo old Rainbow will Cud Iho now
cafe even mure conveniently arrange I,
and will appi.. mi., tho many improvements which Proprietor lluriibuu has
installed.
Mr. W. D. Green, local rcprciinlnllvc
ol Ihu World, bai purcbawd » seven
b. p. Indian motor Oycle. Tbis ma-
china is Ihe s|»iilinl ol il* kind made
and will do 00  mile*  an  hour  with
ease       Mr.  lin-.-n will  use Ihe imnl.il).
in connection wilb his newspaper work
as well ai lor pleaaur*.
Ferry Directors
Wilb a view nl supplying Ihe v.i.lei
(ronl wilh adequate Are protection Di
rector Williami at yulerdny alter
noon', meeting ol Iho lorry board,
■uggosled thai Ihe old Norlh Vancouver lorry No. I be uliliud ai il fire
■bip. Nearly all Ibe din dors svenoi
lo ralher lavor Ibe proposal. All i
a lengthy diacuesion, bow*>vr, thl
miller wai laid aside althougi it I."
certain it will crop up agiin at ll..
ia*l meeting.
A UlUr wm r«odved Iron Mr. .1. A.
Thompson, inspeclor id st.sni oats, re
ihe leceiit applicaliou ol Nanagu
Heard to lb* department ol Marine
and r'lsbeii.s, lm injargi-ig Ilu ccriili
e*U ol peuenger aarry'lg oipadly nu
Kerry No. 3 which it present i* oniy
licensed lor "00 p**t*ag«ri. ' Mr.
Thompaon promised ibal be would
gue hi* attention to Ibt msttir al in
Mrly dale.
Mr. I W. Iii.inildson, Hcretary ol
Ibe bs-il Hoard ol Iradc, wrote sl*l
ing that lha McDougall l.nUin*, Kn
■iucais Lid., had communicated with
the Board ol Trade alleging that Ihey
bad been hardly used iu Ihe matUr ol
preference in awarding contraote by
the Ferry Company. The seoretery of
ihe company in a litter to the Board
requested an audience in order that
that* complaint* night be aired. The
aocreiary w«* instructed lo reply to
Ihe dfeel lhat an eudieao* would be
giv*u »ny Thursday afternoon at Ihe
regular ferry aueting.
Mr. .1. W. Dontldion/ secretary ol
lb* Board of Trad*, alao wrote re-
gerdiag Ihi* matUr stating that tb*
Bo»rd of Trad* had appointed Ihe pre-
sidaat, Ur. A. Philip, Mr. A. 0. 1'srry
end 'nun. E. H. Bridgman as a d«i*
gslion lo be pr*Mni st lb* masting
Mtmmtf tin ojraetor* aad lb* Mcjlou
g.WdMkin*.
Th* appliclloa of H. North, ferry
freight aUrk at the Veaaouvar side for
♦ rail* la lalerv wm Mm\ iaaaaotarlly
District Council
Little business oilier than thrt nln
'.routine churacter, occupied' the timo
ol the distrjet fathers at their regular
meeting last evening. Many application! lor roadi and sidewalk* were received Irom property owner* in I In
municipality and the** will he da'
with by the commit to. s under whose
direction they come. The engineer
ulso bad many reportB on the progression ol work in tho district in connection with the opening up of muds
and ihu supplying ol better witter si r
vise.
Architect 11. McAulay recopimeuded
lhat the account of Contractor .lay in
lefeience lo the municipal hall, by Ull
Valley, be paid on the evont of the
district mn Ii.ii jl jr.i lal.in: over tin
work. In thi* connection Burns and
Walkem, solicitor*, wroto the council
enclosing copy of letter which had
been sent to Contractor .lay notifying
him thul Iho council would give him
si.\ days written notice of their intention of tab Hie over the contract pro
viding a sufficient crew nl men were
mil pul to work at once therdiy cms
lug only n small delay in the com
plot ion nl the work.
Mr. A. II. Porry, local manager nf
the Mi.L.ll. in a letter gave notice
that the directors nl his company win
aro ul (ii-.--i.-nl in Victoria, will be here
during Ihe coining week, 'iho council
decided thai when the directors ihnulil
arrive a delegation Irom the counii
will meet them with a view nl applying for the extension ol somo of the
lines nl the limn service in tlio district.
The city clerk wrote re the requeil
ol the districl council to tho dty
auihorilies, that they should co-opor
ate with them in making application
for an amendment lo Clauao i ol tbe
Land licgislry Act, staling that Ma
yor McNeish had lien appoinlid ade
legale to act wilh ihe delegation Irom
adjoining municipalities who will
in. .1 Iho premier ol tbe province in
Victoria ihorlly lor the preienlation
of several petitions.
Hon. W. W. Foster, deputy minim.a
ol Ihe department ol publio works, in
• letter acknowledging receipt of tbe
council's communication regarding the
dredging ol l.ynn Creek stated thai he
would inlnrm tho authorise* whin any
action wm laben in the null or,
A petition received Irom six proprr-
ly owners residing on Lilian Bond
(or a sidewalk was r.loir d lo ihe
Jloard ol Works and Ihe engineer for
an ultimate.
Mr. Iiihn MrAhV, a contractor In
l.ynn Valley, in a letter ol protest (o
the coundl alleged thai he wai the
victim ol the engineer'! spile. Mr. Mi
Affoe said thai he wished the council
lo inquire as lo the reason ol his
road gang and himself being laid nil
work by Ihe onginecr. He had worked
ovur three years lor Iho muni'.ipelity
and waa a resident and properly
owner.
A special meeting will be hold nn
Tuesday evening, tlie Iftth Intl., lo
consider Ibis matter and Ihe engineer
wm instructed lo bring in a report "'
this milling.
A petition wa* received Irons eleven
properly owners on King and Nye
street* asking lhat a temporary flume
lie constructed from Mosquito Creek
to Ihe pipes already laid on those
streets, *■ the water supply of Ibe
community bad entirely fail.'1 within
th* p»*l two day*. Thi* wa* referred
in the engine, i for an estimate.
ENJOYABLE FLNCTION
On   Wednesday  evening  at tb* Canyon View Hold, Chilean, Ibe  man-
Sloan*,
eaatver-
banquet.
and Ih*
many band-
as tokens
y werahdd
live* of
Burrard
ager ol Ihe holel,
and hie wile, oelebra
sury ol their wedding
Over IW guests were
holt and hostel* read
some end valuable
ol th* e*tcem in
hy   their   friends.
Ihe EMterp Star
).odge No. > aad the Vtncouvw f-odgo
Alexander No. 4 ware prmat.    'Ihe
hoi el was ddighllully decorated,    Ihe
dining room in partioultr ihowlug to
greal advan(*g**tb* good lasle in *r-
reagMMnt. '
w   r
Vettarday mowing tba eaauel picnic
of lha IJaored Heart Catholic ooegrs
gslion took pi*** to Bowaa Map)-
Tb* pieaiejuri fir* ooaveyed   to ihe
fHNaM   Uf   ewm   W'   ^^•af^.***'*
BEC0BP FAY BOfJi
The city pay roll lor the twelve
days immediately preceding Wednesday ol this week was over 115,500 or
upwards ol 91,950 per. day, according
to the statement nf City Treasurer S.
Humphreys. This sum applies only
to workmen cipploycd pn the several
extraordinary worki which are at
present bring carried out under the
direct control ol tho cily and is there
fore exclusive of lire ordinary work
that is always iu band as well as all
Minna undertakings which uro pnoced
ing under contract.
ENJOYABLE BAND CONCBBT
Tho band concert at tho Puluce
Hotel root garden was much enjoyed
last evoning by those attending. Many
took advantage nl tho provimi.y ol
'/lie contents of the rolresbmeut stand
to supplement the musical feait winch
was rendered so delightfully by the
boys ol tho City Band.
Mr. lieoi-gu Miller has lull Che um
ploy ol Iho Express.
The novel feature which the propria
tors ol Iho Japanese Tea Garden! aro
advertising, |reo motion pictures, is
attracting many lo tho liardons.
The ways at Iho Wallace Shipyards
undergoing temporary repairing will
lie ready to dock bouts as usual ut
tho beginning ol the week.
Tho alleution ol Iho hunllh auihorilies might bo called to tho obvious
unsanitary condition! on Ibo Eiplan-
nde west noar. Lonsdale Avenue.
('unstable billon ol the district police is working energetically to capture Iho wild man who haa been seen
several times iii the vicinity ol the
Capilano. Tho coneluble baa a cluo
arikiMSjijiccts lo discover iho where-
aboulVitfl the man shortly.
'V
FOB SALE- Splendid five roomed
house, fully modern, cement foundation, largo basement, on SO It. lot,
lacipg south on Boulevard, 1 block
Irom Lonsdale car line, line view ol Inlet. Apply Phillips k Musselwhile,
36th shed and St. George.        31-7
Mr, J.i J. McAleccc, Ihe local dry
goods nieichnnl, is making extensive
alteration! lo his store on Lonsdale
near Firil itreet, having secured the
premises recently occupiid by the Bank
ol Hamilton for lhat purpose.
A LIBEHAI, DONATION
Nnrlh Vancouver Cily Hand baa been
giving a series ol excellent concerli ol
Inle nu the roof garden al the Palace
Hotel. Al (be conclusion ol the concert Inst evening Manager Bad* banded Biinilmaster Chance a cheque for
filly dollars as a tangible expression
ol his appredatiou o( the service* o|
Iho band. This contribution, coming
as it does al a time when Ibe band is
in need ol additional equipment, is
very iiccplaclc and wilb rens..liable
response to tb* appeal which is mad*
in another column, upon the part ol
the ritixeus, the finances nl Hie band
will be placed in poailiou li) meet all'
present requirements.
TENDERS WANTED
SEALPI) TENDERS markod "Top-
ger 'or grading," will be rccrived by
tbe City Clerk ol the City ol North
Vancouver, up lo 13 o'clock noon
to Monday, Ihe 3lat day 61 July,
I'JII, for grading the billowing I
Lonadale Avenue from Cppcr Keith
Boad,lo cub ilrtet.
I.oiunlalc Awniie, (mm I3lh etrwt
lo y%tli street.
Lonsdale Avenue Iron 1Mb itreet
to dty limits. ...
First street, Irom Lonsdulo Ave. to
SI. David's Ave.
Second street from a point 300 feel
cast ol St. Andrew'* Ave, to Forbes
Avenue.
Said guiding to be done according
to plan*, profileim crow sect lots and
s)«cificalious prepared by tbe dly engineer.
All tender* lor the above mentioned
Work must be made on form supplied
by the City Engineer.
A cheque for 6 per cant, of ths
amognt of the Tender must accompany each and every tender.
A bond* of % per cent. . of (be
amount ol the W>B«**e*i will b*
required.
Separata Tenders must be aud* tor
each work above mentioned.   •      •
Tbe lowail or a»y tnnAnf w\ MfM'
tttify accepted.
imam S. HANBS,
{City Engineer
% 9fHtomJi 09m,
M<^y*afloi»yaf,
imm,mh m
Ut, W. B. Shakespeare pi Fourth
•treat returned a lew Aayt ago Irom
a business trip lo tb* east.
Mr. C. F. Foreman haa reeeive4 i*d
news from Armitrong, B. 0,, vtiicre
hi* brother A. Q. Foreman, ia lying a(
the point ol death.
. The entries for tomorrow'! tennis
tournament must be handed to the secretary ol th* dub, Mr. J. W. Donald-
ion, before 13 o'clock on Saturday.
Tha tournament will begin at 3 o'cMk
sharp.
A team ol horses attached lo a wa
gun heavily loaded with mod llii*
morning took (right while st umliug in
a lane near Ibe Bank ni Hamiltou and
ran across Lonsdale Avenue id'tter-
iug the load on evory aide. The hnrm
wore slopped before any barm occurred.
Expren QjgjjM Adt.
FOB 8AXB
FOB SALE  First growth dry wood
lor 11.50 per cord, 4 ft.  Phone 63. 8-8
FOB SAI.K Wicker Baby Buggy,
good condition. Apply burroughs, tlh
itreet enst, nearly opposite fireball.
ti
Canary Birds, good singers lor inle
cheap. Markham, oppmi: i Palace
Hotel, Second itreet. 7 Jl
FOB BENT
FOB BENT ,- Housekeeping room,
318 Scoond street east. 8-11
FOB ll KNI' Large hell, Lonadala
Ave. (near lit itreet) lormerly known
as K. P. Hall) suitable lur lodge room
society purposes, or luite ol o£oee.
Alteration! to suit reepomible tenant,
privilcgo ol lull-lolling. Apply Irwin
i Billing! Co. Ltd., 501 Loud*!* Av*.
Telephone   15. tl
WANTBD
Young Women lor homework. Must
be uied to children. Apply Wood's
Shoe Store.   130 Lonsdale Ave.    31*7
WANTED Woman or girl lor general
bouse work. Apply Ui 3rd tt wait,
Norlh Vancouver. 7-31
WANTED-Four-room cottage, ins'eVi
dty, close to car line. Full d**orip|ion
wilh price and leripa to P. 0. Brx
100. Owner* only.	
WANTED-A atrong boy. Amir,
Lonsdale Supply Stores, North Vancouver, 741
WANTHsWiol in Bliioka 41 to 64.,
I). L. 547 and ,518. C»*b or term*.
What offers ? 1'A.Jlox 100, North
Vancouver.   . V 90-7
'ing. A)i.
WANTED-Dreasmaking. All kinds of
good daaa work undert*k*a. Shirt
waists and skirls a ipedalty. Mri.
Baymoat, 2nd house, Bth ilrwt, adjoining Boulevard, Norlb Vanooaver.
WANTED Mother'* help to alaap
at home. Mri. Tbomei, 6lb atnui,
fint hnuae will of Lonadil* Av*. 2t 7
Mr, and Mri. H. D. McAlBiUr, pf
llth itreet nest are thu proud perenli
of a young lou.
katWI
UKST-Pair of •pecUdee ia or near
Japaneae Tea Garden* on Ih* l&b
insl. for reward return to laoa-
ard Sale Co. 31-7
aUbOlLLAMMOUg
J. fauiet and North Ismaaal*
fire In*ur»nee-Blder Murray Co. lad.
 1 ; 1 ..I ,|„
flat It at I Jiuad.lt Ptatmnoy Phoa* 3D
9t do** Sunday*. Pboa* «4. i.
9, English, 0. K. Groaary, II Ufw.
dali Av*nu*.
Will UtAe lot on l^mfnu A»s wd
c**b in llrtt payawxt of 7-rooaa»«l
houi* op m It. lot.. Miwt h* »*« fV
iafaad   aad   aaod loaaUr,     ntthj,
'i'   '     TP'    tr" ■     I'Jl'^lf 'IT       FJftaf.
eft, a*pfa*aH*f aaw itw WmWm, ivXPRECBB
OMH VAMCoyvM
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JWIsliad TiwWkjfii and Fridays by^ORTH Ihoii tmfi, triwiTUP
Q*o. Hi Mprbsn, Editor and Manager.
u.tii or lUMPairno*
Onayear, |1,0Q 8|* monthi, 60c, Throe montln, J»6c,
United States and Foreign, $1.60 par year
Advertising Bates will ha quoted 00 application.
I .UWS'.1.. i',.1   . ..' se rr-r—; : ' : I !—rr—T~ ltl ^~*. ~
to the interests of tha north Shorn i)l Howard Inlet
tai an advertising medium, ol ejMptfonaf »etoe for
il effective manner t|iu population ot start)) Vancobvar
very effort is made to givi advertiiari the mart eatisfectory
l«iiifl||aal»conira«t edvartlsemanti ijiouW to In thaprlntere' hands not
"a.m. Monday and 6 p.m. Wednesday to unsure insertion in tba
£&
wing Issue.
North Vancquvir,   9. C.
m\ aj   1911
notei on ocean cbarli. Lighthouse!
too, will ba shown, and it is proposed
to onnstruol a scries ol inland lighthouses, as haa been done in Germany,
for the guidance of traveller! by air
routea. Sectional maps showing different air routes in different sections
of tbe country are also to be mads.
These will be printed on long strips of
parchment and fixed to rollers, which
in turn may be hung in a permanent
place in aa air ship, jusl as is n ship's
compiles. As the airmen pass over
each part ol Iho country, they will be
enabled to identity it at onoe, by reference to the map. These soctional
maps will represent areas about ten
miles wide, thus making allowance lor
tha possibility of the air pilot being
blown off bis course. "Altogether"
condudes Ihe letter, ''the coming nf
the air age, among its many other results, may revolutionize the study o'
geography."
Aerial geography, aerial navigation,
aerial Iravd and transportation will
doubtless rank during future epochs as
ihe most important contribution ol
ihe earlier portion nl tbe twentieth
century, to human knowledge and progress.
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.   THEOSOPHICAI, SOCIETY
The Theosopbical Society meets in
North Vancouver In Boom 4, 67 Lonsdale Avenue (entrance nsxl lo Welcome Parlor) every Wedneiday eviaiag
at 8 o'clock. Attendance is entirely
free and carries no obligation* *knt-
ever. You ara invited. TbcomplLta)
study and questions.
A NPW SCIENCE
Tha Science of Aerial Navigation is
tbe latest claimant lor recognition in
the field of human knowledge, and
there ie now no doubt that a permanent and prominent place must ba
provided lor it, Tbe ability ol man
to Mil through the air is demonstrated beyond all question, his ability to
guide the airship (by whatever particular designation it muy ba known)
Unerringly, Irom the place ol departure to the desired destination, for
long distances, has been fully vindicated. Practical aerial navigation is no
longer an experiment, it is an actual
laet, aud there is no intelligent ground
(or any conclusion other than that
travel through tlie air is destined to
become one ol the established and
customary methods of transportation.
Such being the case, it become! necessary that the fullest and most accural* knowledge be acquired with reference lo every pbaae of aerial navigation, that thia knowledge be gathered together, aystematired and rendered readily accessible lo all people.
It becomes necessary likewise, that
met hods be devised lor the guidance ol
aerjal navigator* in shaping their
course Irom one point to another. It
will be necessary that charts be prepared showing air current!, etc., that
landmarki be designated and that a
lystcin ol specially consti ucted devices
(or tb* guidance ol air pilots by nigh'
as well as by day, be provided.
The salient featuree of the science of
aerial navigation will doublleas follow
closely those ol water navigation,with
mch deviationl as may be required by
tbe special characteristics of the new
method ol travel.  In thole cenlrei in
wbicb Ihe moit  rapid  progreee   bus
been mads iu aeronautics, much has
.already been accomplished along these
lines, tb nucleus of tho now  science
has been formed, and about this °on
tre is destined to be gathered a mnas
ol dato,  over  increasing  in  volume,
ever extending in soope, that will con
itilute a valuable addition to Ihe sum
ol the serviceable   knowledge  ol   the
race.
While it is certain that a very great
deal ol Ihe information which will result from ibis new field ol human en
lorprise will be ol a ipacial or teohni
cal character, such as will lie ol inter
oil or o! service id those  only  who
ara actually engaged in aerial transportation,  il i*  likewiM  true that
there will rceult a very great deal of
knowledge of a more general nature,
with reepeet to which every well informed penon will deeire to b* more
or I*m familiar.    Aa one writer bai
recently staled tbe caM, "Aerial Ueo
grapby" »ay shortly aMum a plwe
.with the other text book* now employed in echoola."    A* a practical
eommeut upon tbe progress which is
being made along then line*, a recent
new* letter Irom Montreal state* that
tba bnt official air maps ever prepared in Canada are now being drawn
aad chartered in that city, The Utter stales that the taak ii an eaorro-
ous one,, aad when completed, jvjll
jgww iaap« and oharta, undreamed
ol a law y«ari ago,
Soma idea ol the scope of thu new
aerial  geography  raay  ha  gathered
from tbe faet that it will ebow all
tbe air aarraafa ana" air rout** of tbi*
aounte-y, mm (v>of*m io a*WBe»t»,
>nd**erk*, inolading not only lake"    AH MW ttounrn ek*«W bt fijf-
aad mtrnttini, but »Uo tb* Aiatins'' mi'lot |M in ordkr to invn *Ju
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FOWEtCO.UWTW),
North Vancouvef
Coal Mi Supply Co.
Wharf: Cor. St. George1* and JSaj-
planade. Office: »« lonsdals Avenue.
Wharf Phone 181.   Office Phone 198
COAli MERCHANTS
Dealers in all kinds ol Building Material, Sand, Crave!, Cement, Urn
Brick (common and preeeed), Fire
Bricks, Fire Clay, Fleeter, Fibre, Platter ol Paris, Lath, Shingles, Drein
Pipe, Tile,
Pomestie and Blacksmith Coal.
Prompt delivery a specialty.
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Parse & Galloway
BUILDING CONTBAOTOBB
Brick and Concrete Work
Houses,  Bungalows, Etc. a Specialty
Plans submitted. Estimate*
Cor.
Keith Road and Boulevard
NOBTH VANCOUVEB
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H. D. RUGGLES
BABBISTBB
NOT A ItY PUBLIC
IM Dili Street East North Yaaeonrar
Phone 971
HfiNRY Ii. WATSON
Architect
Boom 10 and 11, Ptnder Chatabers,
ISM Pender Street W.       Pbou* 3461
and Lonsdale Ave., North Vancouver
Residence,  cor.  LonseUI* Av*   aad
Mud itreet, North Vancouver.
FRED G, TURNER
Nolan- Public
Loans, Investments and Insurable.
Boom 307, h'M Granville St., Vancniiver, B. P. Phone 83011. Land Uegis-
try work a specially.
City
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Sewerage
System
House Connections
PLAZA ROOMS
.fuit Opened—New and modern
throughout, spedal rates by week, ILS
Esplanade West. Mn, II, W. .lackinn,
proprietroM,
FOR RENT
SAFETY
.   DEPOSIT
BOXES
Most modern filing devife
on the market.
A safe receptacle (or tlioae
valuable papers and jewels
NORTH SHORE
LOCATORS, LTD.
32 Lonsdale Avenue
Telephone \%1
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Notice to Property Owners
of North Vancouver
Ai the main drainage system is approaching completion we beg to notify
property owner* tint we are making
arrangements lo undertake the sowir
conned ions on tht Various private
properties at a reasonable cost to all
those' who deiiri to avail themselve*
ol early drainage facilities. Having
carried out Ihe mein drainage system
(or the city council and having tha
necesaary plant and (killed labor
available we are in an exceptionally
favorable position to carry out the
private bouse drainage at * moderate
cost to properly owocri and we shall
be pleaied lo lurniih estimate* and
plans il neceasery to carrying out tbi*
molt eeaenliel work in accordance with
th* dty regulationa and on moet up-
to-date prindplm oi modern sanlte
ting,
MacdonellGzow»ki&Co.
Office:
Second St. and Mahon Ave.
Phone 279
iui    in im n i |iSWs*»Hr1
N.V.W00DYARD
10,000 cords ol dry ar wood Inf uuick
Ml*,  plica p*r oid aord* H.IS0,
Spedal .(notation* tut lerg« i(ua«-
titim.
Cut *ood-16 iaAad ».00, 13 Inch**
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OWceaadVardi
«COND and »T, PATRICK
fhcmt ISO ?, 0. Boi IM
Ideal Honeiite on Keith Road
Conwif p( Ridpww Avenue, (piwW wi4
fenced, price only $30001 cash $1000,
Manca to arriwige,
EDER MURRAY CO., LIMITED
Nor|h Ywupver, B, C,
mmneawmmrnimmtmenm
SEE THAT DOUBLE CORNER
Lota j and p, BinsfeiTfi, J3. U tfji -^    '■
ioo fait nn Keith Bnad py 140 feet on St, f\iiA\m Av«nwe
(Knth Hoad is 150 feet wide) . '
Tmljr It il * aplendid location fpr a home or an idei»l
#IU» fpr nn Apartment houae.
' "'-' '     '    "The Price ii only $4,500 ======  ,
(IM cent* ran- square ft.)
|| 125 cash nnd the balance in six, twelve, eighteen months
Ewliisive Agents
Canadian Financiers,
Limited
Real Estate, Insurance-Fire, Life,
Actiijent-Rantii Collected
Bank of Hamilton Building
9a Lonsdala Avenue
ERNEST EBBAGE, Local Manager
1 ■
THIRTEENTH STREET
Good 50 ft, Ut. First block from car line, all cleared.
A snap at $650 cash or $750, 1-3 cash,4alance 6
and 12 months.
NORTH LONSDALE      *
100 j 132 feet. East of Lonsdale Avenue. $950.
I -4 cash, balance 6,12 and 18 months. This is a line
homesite.
C. E. LAWSON & CO.
ij LONSPALE AVE. NORTH VANCOUVER
Phone 7p—P. 0. Roa 97
Campbell Realty & Investment Co.
FOB HAI.K-o-reom
home on
I'll.-.
terfield Ave.  N*w, all modern.
Price
93,300.   Easy termi.
•
FIRE!    FIRE!!    FIRE!!!
FOR ABSOLUTE PROTECTION write a Policy in the
Commercial Union Fire Assurance Co., Ui
IUONDON, UNHAND)
ASSETS! $94,900,000
Sol* Agent
PERCY KING
NOTARY PUBLIC      18 LONSDALE AVENUE
A|r*s*»saij aad Coairact* drawn
at aiaty daicriatioB
Phone 157
Gaaaral
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One acre block on macadamised road, will make
l aplendid liomeaite.
Price only $800 on easy terms.
THE NORTH VANCOUVER TRUST
CO., LTD.
Baal Batata ana) Piaaacial Agwli.
AgrMowU ol Salidi»coiiiiied.
219 Lonsdale Avenue ' Telephone 44
Escapiiwal LfM Vin*/ hwto
ton Oaih an4 W m wqbH> will
pnrchaM a   lot »»!», l»lh»W>
Irom ear Wm and imi frmm
Hoad. Prioa only W
W) p»iA and b»l»jwi by my in;
stalment* will pnrpnaia' a fond
double epiWi M» Wily iWi    :
BOUI.EVABU BBB1IIKN0B
KjOO dash »nij balance by i»italmet|lp
to ht arranged lor gflfii wv*
room dwelling \M» vW  W»t>1l
convanieivie*, Muting the «r»Hd
tbtmijX-.imltnSmM
hom tin car lin*. Prioa. P"V W*
500, adjoining 60 r>. lot all slailM
ml (nr 11100 addWon*.!.
ALEXANDER PHILIP
 L j „  I
JAY & CO.
BUILDERS
Plans prepared and Petim»**s t}vm,
Office: HW Pomlalea) Treat Bldg.
Van»puv*r.
now iW
Beeidsnce, iM^Eightb Ave. E.
North V*#po»v»f.
REAL ESTATE, LOANS, INSURANCE.
TELEPHONE 8q. P. O. BOX n*y
f.
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IBBMJATIQN NOTICE
NOTICE I* hereby givan that ao application will be made under Part ¥>
ol the Water Act. I'M, to obtain a li;
cense in North Vancouver division ol
New Westminster District, on the IHth
day of August, lllll, at U a.m., by
I', Nuwioii Drier, Burgeon, Vaneouver,
fl. (i., Ipr wat*f lor Irrigation n»* on
three acre* owned by him in "-1 ■■ r''-';l'
the aource oi aupply being a email unused stream Irom Grouie Mountain
Aowing southerly through II. 1.. 61*1
and i). I.. 5ii:i, the point ol diversion
being about ',1,000 (set in norlheaitcrly
direction Irom Dr. Drier'* N.K. stake,
the amount required being I cubic leet
per second to be carried by buried
pipe line from small dam in bed ol the
stream.'
Dated   at   Nnrlh   Vanoouver,   duly
"ir
inth, mn.
818
WATEB NOTICE
NOTICE ia hereby given that an application will lie made under I'nrt V.
ol Ibe Water Act, ITO, lo obtain »
license in the North Vuncouver division ol New Weitminller District on
tbe 18th day ol August, lllll, Atiiil a.
ra., by E. Newton Drier, -Surgeon, Vancouver, B. C, far water lor domestic
use on three acres owned by him in
D. I., h'.l'.l, the source ol supply being
u small unnamed itrean^ Irom Grouse
Mountain flowing southerly through ll.
I.. 5'Ji and I). IV. Iiir.1, the point of di
version   being   about   2,1191)   (eat   in
■nli.'iiuii'ilv direction from Dr.
Drier'i N. E. lUke, tbe afnonnjt re
quired being I cubic leet per second to
bo carried by buried pipe line Irom
small dam in Ihe bed of Ibe stream.
Dated at Norlh Vancouver, duly
Ulh; I'JII. . 8-18
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PALACE HOTEL
Rath i   It.oo par  and  up.   Special rates p» Igmihn
and   to regular   boarders.   ..,.».■-.••■
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fined moof fanffl* m MP* Cmmti
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WE COULD
Paper the World
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Iron, our atoek of new Wall Papers
ao it aeeau. Every day wm* saw
deiign wrivci to 111 Ul* vacancy
ol thoae oioead oat,
Handaome Wall P.pwa
i    ■ amninimwnmnmnnm
an ban in andliai v»rl»ty. Ju*t
tall our laleeman for what room
you want tha papir and hi will
•how you juit Ihi p»tt*fn you ars
looking for.
To  efaooee Irom oar stock ia * pleasure, to pay oar prlc* is «sy.
W. H. STONEY 4 CO.
117 ;«»*a>!* Avaaiw        Pbom Ut
in nil inssie ii.iwwww
N. A, KEARNS
AtcmrecT
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127 LONSDALE AVI.
MQBW VAKCOUVW
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SPECIALS
GENUip P0PTP8 OWGffAP, our own imporMiw in Plain
Sbambw and Pbeoki, ipooal per yen)  .,.,.., Wo.
8?-inoh PWNTS, good heavy quality, light and dark oolon, ipeeial
per yard » • •• ■•• Wa-
DP8S HPSUNS, plain and lanoy Dimity stripss, also dots and
wpssnars, price „,...... .,., ,...  JDo and \tt.
A large assortment pf Victoria I.uwni, Indian Linens, IVrsinn l.uwns,
Naisooks, Organdies, afo.
Button* povered from your own material-all sites.
 '''.      "*""^T^TT
J. J. McALEECE
Keith Block Lonsdale Block
LONSDALE AVENUE DOB. 15tb and LONrilHLt!
Pboae 93 Phone 163
TWO STORES
thr mum, mm vangquvb*, 8, c,
News Items of City and District
mnmmnnm———.———
FURNITURE
FULTON FURNITURE CO.
THE ESPLANADE STORE
1 .1   1  n
We are now open for business wilh a complete line ol Furniture
and Bedding. Following are a lew specials we offer you by
way ol introduction;
Cobbler Seat Rockers, oglt or mahogany, ...  $2.75
Roll Seat Rockers, quartered oak, mahogany
or early English, large size   $3.90
Rattan Rockers, from $3,75 up
Dressers in great variety, 25 patterns, to select
from, values from   $8.50
Bed, best Spring and Mattress complete   $8.50   .
Call and Inspect Our Stock on the Esplanade West
fithin the past. \m days a maW
Of holiday hunters bayp departed lor
the bead waters o| the Seymour *n4
Capilano streams, wilh tents and
blankets, and grub to spend their nl
cations 'for irom tlm madding mv/A.)
fbe death occurred on Wednesday
morning at the North Vuiicoiiver city
hospital Ol Ih* little two-year-old
child ol Mr. and Mrs. Surges of this
oi|y. The funeral took place yester
day afternoon from the undertaking
rooms of ifaspn Bfm- to tin Mouy
talp View cemetery where the body
was interred.
BAND CONCERT TONIGHT
An unavoidable postponement had
to take place in tho advertised Wednesday concert ol tho City Bund,
and a* a reault the concert will be
held in Victoria 1'ark tonight.
BASEBALL
Tba baseball game botween a picked
team Irom Sponcer'e department
store, Vancouver, and a North Vancouver team at ltecroation 1'ark thii
evening, ii attracting a good dial ol
attention. Al. Loyal, the one limn
Vancouvor catcher, and coait league
itar will do tho receiving lor the home
team, while oithor Larion or Tompkins will do the hurling. Altogether a
very good exhibition ol the game may
bo looked for. Play will commenee at
6.30 ibarp.
(SETTING GOOD
A vory noticeable foatu'o bin lately boon tbo icarcity ol ofTondori
against the long arm ol tho law. I hu
ie vory gratifying to North Vhh.oii-
vcritei, wbo put it down to good influence! at work. Tbie In* abiding
tendency is all tbe more remarkable
on account nl tbo large number ol lor
oignors who arc at present employed in Iho city.
THE TALE OF TWO CITIES
I'hiiil.-s Dickens' literary masterpiece
as told through tho medium nt motion
piotures will be presented nl tb i Gem
Mahon, McFarland & Proctor, Ltd.
NEW CAPILANO. CAR LINE
50 ft. lots at terminus in D.L. 601 & 607
52 foot lots in Block 27, D. L. 599
Phone 6286  -   - 543 Pender Street, Vancouver
i
We have a  HALF ACRE of level  land, adjoining City,
75 x 257 feet, on two streets near Capilano Car line wnich is
An Attractive Residential Site
1      ' i
This property has a magnificent view that could never be
obstructed (except by sky-scrapers), for $750, Cash $250
MARTINSON & CO.
P. O. Box 72
Phone 173
62 Loiudale Avenue   -   • .North Vancouver
theatre tonight, for the |k»t tiraouid
Will »lW ba ehowa on SlUirdav aflit-
noop and eyaning. JM» m^Wi'N
npd interesting films uro ones tiwf
tba public pf Ifprtb Vancouver»
apt nil to we.
Mr. 1'. Larson, proprietor nl the Hotel North Vancouver, is carrying out
considerable improveiflenti in the arrangement ol the grounds iq front ol
the hotel. Judging from the results
accomplished ut thi* singe ol the
work it will make a decided improvement.
The North Voncouver City Band returned nu Wednesday evening, from a
day ipent at Bowen Iiland,whero they
bad been playing 'or the lla.il ir 1'ul.
en' picnic, A delightful trip woe cu
joyod by the party who travelled, on
tbe ilarambu. Mr. Jimmiu Vurnes
acted aa bandmaster jn place ol Mr.
llobert Chance, who wai unablo lo accompany thorn.
TENNIS COUBT8 OPEN TOMOBIUiW
Local tennia followers are looking
forward with much interest to tbo official openiug ol the new tennis courts
at North Lonsdale, which will take
plnci! tomorrow. An entertaining program has been arranged. The tourn-
iinii'iii will commence ut'3 o'clock end
a large number ol visitori from Vanoouver are expected to participate. A
flannel dance in tho Horticultural bell
will conclude tho iluy'n enjoyment.
Precautions Against
Forest Fires
Commissioner W. C, Gladwin Sounds
Warning Note
While tho province has been ciocp
lionally lorluiiutc in tho matter ol
direst lires and consoi|uent loss thus
lur this acaion, in large part owing
lo ceaseless watchfulness, it is only by
observance ol tho utmost care that
oulbreaka can now bo nvoidid in ccr
lain dangerous districts, points out
Commissioner Vi. I'. Uludwin.
"In some districts," say* Iho Com-
miseinncr, "tho conditions existing ,at
present are audi thai should a fire originate, it will only be with the greatest difficulty that heavy loss will be
prevented. The department, ol courso,
haa a considerable lorco of rangers
out patrolling the various districts
night and day, but one careless individual may cauae all Iheir effort* to
count for naught and atari, a fire oc
cuioning heavy lots in lives and properly."
Tbis fact cannot lie too Irojuont
ly imprciied upon the public mind.
now thai the dry season of midsum
mcr is al hand.
A HGLI) UP IN NOBTH VANCOUVEB
Woigb your bread. Brewers' X I,
Bread is 16 ounces (I nion Mudo) Five
cents per loaf. No sweeter or lictler
bread made. Don't pay a higher pi ice
lor inferior atuff, or encourage exorbi
tent price* in Norlh Vancouver. S.
Ritchie, Tho Up-to-date Cnicer, 36tl Jo
3ofj First Slreei, East.
PUBLIC HIGHWAYS
I'im in..- ol British Columbia
NOTICE is hereby giien that all public Highways in unorganizid districts
ami all Main Trunk Boad* in organized   Districts are lixtyiix loot   wtdi,
and have a width ol thirty-Hire* feet
oo each (ide of Ibe mead atraigbt centre lin- ol Ibe travelled road,
THOMAS TAVIjOB,
Minister of I'ublie Works.
Department of Public Worka,
Victoria, B. 0., July 7th, 1911.14-10
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TEA TRAYS OF FINE
QUALITY AND ASSORTMENT
,; ■ ..-.
Our stook of TEA TBAYP offer* to
the public eu unuiual opportunity to
secure Hiimn pf fhe beat goods in this
line.
Our assortment of ENGLISH
PLATE TBAVS li surely ol tbo host
tjuality that it is passible to mcuro.
Wo are showing many sires and do-
signs, plain pr handsomely engraved,
and without a queation worthy ol
a prominent position in any homo.
Our OAK and -MAHOQANV TBAVS
With silver plate mounti aro also very
attractive end present a "splendid
choice to the buyer who ii in loarch ol
rcu| vahici.
Henry Birks <& Sons, Ltd.
Jewellers and Silversmiths
Qeo. E. Trorey,
Managing Director
Hastings fit Granville Sit.
The Brackman-ker Milling Co., Ltd.
HAY, FLOUR AND FEED
Poultry Supplies a Specialty
All Orders Promptly Attended to
MOVED TO
116 ESPLANADE EAST
PHONE 4
STORE TO LET
Centre Block Lynn Valley
f 15 monthly. Lease given to good parlies. This is an excellent
opportunity to establish a good business in a growing district.
Apply
Cor. Centre and Lynn Valley Road
-or-
Merchants' Trust & Trading Co.
Pender and Burrard Streets, Vancouyer, B. C.
CHARLIE—=====
Why make two loads moving when One Van will take it all.
Ring up 295, CREAMER TRANSFER CO., (or the
Largest Padded Furniture and Piano Van in the Cily.
I
NliW VYESTWNSTEB I.ANI) 1)13
TBICT-llislrict ol Now Weslmiuiior.
Take notice that Joeoph C, Dockcrill,
ol Vancouver, occupation, government
official, intends lo apply for permission to purchase the following described lands : 1611 acres commencing at "
post planted on the south west corner ol Lot 2t22, thence south in
chains, thonco oast 40 chaim, Ounce
norlb 40 chaim to touth boundary of
Lot 'Mill, tbonce west 40 chaim more
or leu, along laid boundary to point
ol commencement.
JOSEPH 0. WJCKEBll.l,
June 17th, 1911. 11-9
NEW WESTJIINSTKB LAND MS-
TBIOT-Iliilrict ol New Westminster.
Take notice (hut Eliot A. Hnswdl ol
Vancouver, occupation, broker, intends
lo apply for permission to purchase
tbo lollowing doscribod binds: About
31X1 acres commencing at a poll plant*
ed on Ihe norlboust corner of Lot
liVil, thoiico cast Ih chain*, thence
norlh Ml chains, thence wast 6 chain*,
mine or less to shoro ol Horne Shoe
Lake, tlieiii'i. in a south Bud westerly
course around shore ol luko to North
east corner ol Lot 11,73, thence, south
IK) chains, more or le**, to point ol
commencement.
(Sgd.)      EI.IQT A. HA8WEU,.
June I7U,, I'JII. ||-9
WEIGH YOUR BREAD
Four of Our Loavei Weigh More
Than Five of Moat Others.
DONT BE FOOLED I  5c Bread is a delusion and a snare.   Insist on getting honest
weight and do not deal wilh a man who does not give it to you,     WEIGH YOUR BREAD
PIONEER BAKERY, NORTH V.ANCOUVER HSrtf AS
CHAS. M. KITTSON, Manager
Phone 54
EIGHTH STREET EAST BOECKHS
BRUSHES aad BROOMS
Are guaranteed against imperfections
which in poorly made goods cauae much
worry und inconvenience to the boi|Be-
holiler.
"STEEL GBIP"
Paint and Varniih Bruahea
Will do first class work and will not
shed the bristles.
Patterson, Goldie & Clark
North Vancouver Hardware Store
104 ESPLANADE NEXT TO POST OFFICE
LOTS IN BAYVIEW
D. L. 621 & 2075 on Keith Road,
a short distance west of the Imperial Car Shipbuilding and
Dry Dock Co.'s property. $300 and $325 each-$20 cash,
balance ea»y terma. These lots command an uninterrupted
view of three miles of Hurrard Inlet. Good soil and level.
Call or write for descriptive pamphlet.
S. F. MUNSON
333 Pender St W.
Phone Seymour 5654
Kam Reed Organ (Co«t$ieo) - - $80
Decker & Son Piano (Coit $750) • $100
Valuable Old VioGncello  -   -   -  $100
These instruments can be purchased on easy payments.   They
are in perfect condition and are genuine bargains.
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Warburnitz Piano House, Limited
443 Lomdale Avenue
-     Phone 114
ERINDALE. D.L.622
Between proposed SECOND NARROWS BRIDGE
and NORTH ARM BRIDGE on Keith Road
FIFTY FOOT LOTS, $330 g*L2
GRADED ROAD TO EVERY LOT
Waler aad telephone lervice is lieing put into district now and
route lias lwi-u surveyed lor carline.
D. MacLURG
340 PENDER STREET      VANCOUVER, B. C.
NORTH VANCOUVER CITY FERRIES, LIMITED
TIME TABLE
TAKING  EFFECT  MAY FIRST,  1911
Leave Vancouver 6.20 a.m. anil
thereafter every 30 minute* until
7.00 p.m. Commencing 7.30 p.m.
every :iO minutes until 11.30 p.m.
thereafter 12.11! and 1.00 a.m.
WERE DAYS
Leave  Vancouver  7.10,   8.20 ami
9.00 thereafter seme as weekdays.
Inne North Vancouver 6.00 am
and thereafter every 20 minutes un
lii HI) p.m. Commencing 7.30 p,
m. every .10 minute* until 11.00 p
111. thereafter 11.45 and 12.46 am
SUNDAYS
I,*ave North Vancouver 7.20, 8.00
"liil MO, thereafter lama aa weekday*
PASSENGER BATES
Single (are 6c, 6 lor 26c, 30 for fl, 70 lor (2-
VEHICLE HATES
A— Lumber wagons, trucki aod
drayi, 76c return.
B—2 horso oipresi carriage* aad
backs, 60c return.
O-l horse express buggic* aod
autos, 26c return.
Time-table subject to change without notico.
Company not liable lor ilcJuys, accidental or otherwise.
All the above rale* include driver. Bate* A and B *ubject to 20
per cent, discount ia lot* of 60.
FREIGHT TABIFF
I'er 100 lb*, rata, 6c.
Minimum rate, 10c.
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IAKENOTICE
Pleasant Fields
ofJHoIyWrit
INTERNATIONAL SUNDAY B0R00L
LESSQN-Third (foarler.   Leaaprt
IY, 2 Chronicle* xulv: HI), iluly
W, 19)1.
Jpiiab'i Devotion to QoA
The pendulum  of  national.lit* in
Judah  swung  often to  heathenlim.
Some powerlul personality must needs
rise |o neutralise the inagnetism.    It
waa the hand of a young man that
wa* to loosen the nation from that
evil   loadatone.    Skill,     resolution,
strength,  were the  characteristics ol
tha hand that finally laid hold ot that
task, .loaiah wai a lily on a dunghill.
He  t;xliuli.<l   the   fragrance  ol a pure
epirit above Ihe prutreioenaa   of   hia
lima. He donned the purple   at eight
and straightway gave himself to God.
There wore lew advantage* in Ibe boy'*
environment.    The  book ol the law
was lost.  There waa no regular  wor
■hip.  It had lieen two hundred yaara
since any attention had lieen given to
the temple.  It was in ruins, ill ritual
sus|iended.  Yot in the darkneai ol the
hour the pure  theiitic (ailh  ol tie
boy-king shone out.  Ho waa not limply nogalivolj g sal.    He was positive
and aggressive against evil, not only
pious but powerlul.  The record is significant.  At oight yean he began   to
reign and at the aame time "seek after the ilinl of his lathers." When he
had reigned twelve years be "began to
purge .ludah."  What ho  did  he did
well.    Down  came   ihe  high   places
with   their   altars.     The images were
pulverised und as an object lrs*..n to
the living the duel wus.strewn on the
graves ol those who had worshipped
them.   Six years later .lusiiih   undertook   Iho   repair  of  the   temple—the
money  and material Inning iwen previously collected.   He showed wisdom
by nssociuling the ofhciuls wilh him.
That was a sign ol ils being a national undertaking aud not the private affair of Ihe king.  The "overeeirs" are
honored by having Iheir names   preserved in thu i.e.ml.   It is added "The
men did the work faithfully.''    Significant I .Sufficient I   .Insinh shares   the
laurel with Hczckiub the other   good
king of Judnh.  It is very simple but
under the circumstances an expressive
notation "They did right. Tiny turned neither lo Ihe right nor Ihe left."
TnE TEACHEB'S LANTERN
.loainli stands high in the catalogue
of those who havo done great dr*di
while yet in their youth. Hosart Ailed
all the world with unearthly music
before he was thirty-five nnd Kapliael
gave us ull his glowing cunvawi* lie
fore ho was of lhat age. Luther was
thirty-lour when he nailed hi* Ihcaes
lo (he church door, William Cullen
Hiyiinl was ninotorn   when ho   wrote
"riiuuntopsis" Garfiold wa* l»i)aty-
six when he became a rollego protons-
or, Edison became the "wizard" before ho was Ihirly-livo. S'jmmcrficld
preached all his sermons bcloro he
was twenty-seven. William Nirholi
Crouch composed his aercniide "Kathleen Movourncen" ol m.iotoon. Tbs
author ol tho "Watch on Iho Rhino"
wai twenty-one when ho wrote il.
Every boy and girl is lioir uppiirenl
to a kingdom. It is nut 11 renlia ol
gold lace and empty (unctions, but a
kingdom of character and service.
Clear vision ol this, careful preparation lor it—courugcims entrance upon
it, that is tho only genuine royalty.
There is subtle meaning in llii original Hebrew word translated "destroyed"—"tho houses wlijch the king! ol
.ludah deilroye<|"-liUrally "daatroyad
by neglect." They did not need to
raise iconoclastic hand* against the
sacred building, ail lhat was necessary was lo leave il alone, just reaac
repairs. It coil* a* much as would
build a small cathedral every year
jusl  lo keep St. 1'eUr'i ut Rom* in
repair.    And 11 are other   llnngi
besides liuiidingi Ibat can lie "dorlroy-
ed by neglect." A vacuum must al
wayi 1» filled. When .loaiah had em
ptied Ihe land ol paganism he filled
it with theism and reatorod the wor
ship ol Cod. It i* not enough lo destroy ovil. One must go on to con
struct good. Hare ia a fine example of
co-operation and organisation, .loiiab
did not attempt to do the work ain
gle-handod. He aaiociated other* wilh
him.
YOUNG   PEOPLE'S   DEVOTIONAL
SEBVICE-,luly 23,  1811.   I'salm
civ i 10-31. LaMon* From Animals
mamm
wm
THAT the Civic Information and Labor Bureau ja now
open for lha Convenience of Employers and Employeee.
Employer* are requested lo take advantage of the Offic*
when requiring help.
W WmMfm Wmt m
W. B. HOOD, Secretary, ,
14 ILouatJaie Avenue,
North Vancouver,
ALV0 von ALVENSLEBEN, LTD.
. REAL ESTATE AGENTS
FINANCIAL BROKERS
We h»ve a large list, of properties for sale in the Oity and Municipality
of NOBTH VANCOUVER open for inspection of intending purchasers
'    *       1 .11 ' 1 "'1  "     '==
Branch Offices 4 Lonsdale Ave.
Capf. 0. Anderson,
Manager
THE HOME FURNISHERS
FURNITURE
' for everybody. ,
Carpet Squares
and Rugs.
We have just
received a
complete line
of Imported
Linoleums
and
Oilcloths
Prices right
Special Attention given to "
Window Shades,
Curtain Rods, etc.
128 Lonsdale Avenue
^ your curtain*
snd draperies by ujlnjf
aWsWELL
Carpet jveeper
DINING CHAIRS
AND TABLES
Buffets, Sideboards
and Dressers
Try our
All-felt
Mattress
Pillows
and
Blankets
II von intend making your horn*
In North Vancouver aao us.
We also carry a full
line of Crockery.
128 Lonsdale Avenue
North Vancouver Business Cards
ARCHITECTS
A. S. W. Mackay     J. M. Mackay
Atwc.M.UH.CE.
Archilecli aad Civil Eaginceri
llallour-Krr Block
NOBTH VANCOUVEIt
The Palm Confectionery
Stationery, Confectionery, Ico (ream,
Soft Drinks, Fountain Drinks, Tobacco
Light Lunelle!, Fruit
II. C, DIII'IIIIMUN it SON
Liiiisiliil,. and tilli I'bone 313
A. CAMPBELL HOPE
C. A. CAL.
ARCHITECT and ENGINEER
Phono tHit Vaneouvir.
I'hon* Kill North Vancouver
BILLIARDS AND POOL
PLAY POOL
AT HAMMOND'S
FIBST WEST
Finest labia* aad cum ia ths Cily
BLACKSMITHS
Bible ii a camera obaaara la wbleh
the whole world—animate and inanimate, can Iw icen. Every /entire ol natural scenery is in it, all beasts, bird*
fiihei, betides. treai, shrubs, Ita'.u,
and (lower*, The bible is botatuoal
horticultural, ^logical, orsiibTlogw
a). The "sdnornataral" book I* ft,II
of tin natural and ia nlwayi tn« and
faithful to it, while making no pre
t*m U> scientific eltctnete.
S*ndh»ra A Simpton, building mov-
im. fteidanm Hfl tth i-ytm f**t,
**irviaer. fat Fairmont WW.     Mt
RH. TARN
I'ionMr Horieihoer - Carriage Works
FIBST STREET WEST A IiONSDA/'E
BOOKS AND STATIONERY
THE LEONARD-SALE CO.
Bookwllers and Stationer*
Cor. Lonsrlalo and lit. I'bone 143
NOBTH VANCOUyEB
BLUE PRINTS
F. U. Sharp, Stud. S. I., Stud.
Intt. Nun. Eng. Etc., Areht and Civil
Engineer. Plana, elevation* icctioni,
report*, specifications, estimates, etc.
lor all ciaan* ol work, Tracing*, Blue
jPrinU, 9m Mountin*. W7 Low*
rUJtb Boiui. E**t, N..V»a*onv*r.  3-8
(.....J      .1       .' I."
CLARK 4 LYNCH
ENGINEER?
Contraeton lor re-iototeti oon<wl*
conjtruction. Sewering ia all it*
branch**, hou»o connection* a ipe-
aialty. Katimai** birniabad. (Ifie*
2D l/HuAtu Avt. Pbon* 9M.
CONFECTIONERY
—
CONTRACTORS
The New Block on  Lomdale Avmue
near tbo Ferry  Approach
Wai built by
SMITH BROTHERS
General Contractors
NOBTH VANCOUVEIt
WM. MORRIS
PRACTICAL FIREPLACE
AND CHIMNEY BUILDER
Pressed Brick Mantles a Specialty.     I'lione J,in
CIVII, ENGINEERS
Angus J. Car
A.H.LK. A S.
ameron
CIVII, ENGINEER
Irrigation, dralnagi, levels, plans
and specifications. Septic tanks and
hop** drainage a specially. P. 0.
Boi 341, Itilli ilreel west ol Bewicke
Avanu*.
FISH DEALERS
THE   NOBTH   VANCOUVER   FISH
AND PRODUCE CO.
Fresh and Smoked Fish
. Live and Dressed Poultry
Vegetable* Delivery twic* daily
Phono' 240 181 Fint Street
ICEDEALER)
JONES ICE CO.
Wholesalers and Retailers ol Pur*
Cfeam
Io* lor family <"•
BAY VIEW TEA BOOMS
Phone 214      MNSDALE AVENUE
EXPRESS AND BAGGAGE
A. WILD
LIGHT EXPRESS AND GENERAL
DELIVERY '
Prompt    ^ice-Moderate Charge*.
Rhone 9ii
PHOTOGRAPHERS
CARBUTT
Studio   over   Bank   B. N. A.
Lonadale and Esplanade
SAWFILERS
DONALD DOWIE
Saw Filer and Grinder. All kind* ol
hand, cross cut and buck sums id
and filed at shortest notice. 11 Lomdale Avenue, North Vancouver.
TAILORS
E. LAURIN
High-class Lndici' and Gent'a Tailoring
KEITJI BWCK, FIBST STBEET
NORTH VANCOUVEB
Modern Tailor* id Renovatory
207 Lonsdale Avuouo
Cleaning,  i'rauiig,  Dyeiag,  Alt-.i'ng
Wo   u*e   Ilie   French   Dry   I'leuniag
1'roceii Phone 218
NORTH VANCOUVER
JOHN LINDEN     •
TAJLOB
Ladies' and Gent's Suit* to Order
from t-Vi.lKI aad »26.00 respectively
Phono 262 Ixjjudale Car, 16th.it.
NORTH VANCOUVER
TEACHERS (Music)
SAM. T. SUTTON
foe+TEACHER OF PIANO and THEORY
Specialty : Children'! Lesions at own
home. Torms, etc., apply General
Delivery,
WATCH  REPAIRING
la your watch (topping or going irregularly 1 See
A. J. HOOD   •
The North V*avJouv*r Eipert
and pL»na*r J*w«Mer
40 Lonadal* Avanu* i CLEARED LOTS 50 ft. x 147 ft.
IhBLOCKS 15,15». 16 and 16g, P. L. 350.
a»«<»>*jaii!iaj*a*i»»^l--
PRICES: $750to$1000according ^location,
TERMS; 1-4 Cwb, Bal, 6,12 »nd 18 months
ACREAGE in District Lots 546 and 5S0
In BMw of from One to Four or more acres,
.   PRICES: from $2000 to $3250 per acre
TERMS: 1 -4 Cash, Bal. 6,12,18 & 24 months
I
. a^PTP*ini»»si in i up  mini
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The Grand Boulevard extends through thii property
=
»ijhji m     m
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FOR PUNS, PRICE LIST AND PARTICULARS, APPLY TO
The North Vancouver Land and
*NMMtc.w,:s
.:
41
' 543 PENDER ST. Has±m VANCOUVER, B. C.
■^—«»—i—-^»ii"»—ii*™
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JoMjih fy»vji ol Copm »»a Jaffna"!
aa a raaajf ol a recent inyjtation extended fo him to appear in court,
that there are occasionally two ijdea
tp a jpke. Mr. Davii tdpagbt he hud
# joke on the government ol British
pplambja,. and tho Formi* Protao-
tion department tnareol. Hii joke
aroie out ol llm (»ot that he bad recently set out a large fire lor tbe pur-
poso ol clearing land, a fire which,
occasioned his neighbor settlers very
considerable alarm, and bad dono so
without concerning hinisell with obtaining a permit as reiniir.d by statutory |aw. Indeed he* had I ousted
openly that be bad iccured no permit
and did not propoie to do to. Evidence to thii effect wai offered before
Mi. Batci, .1. P., at 1'iiiiriiiry, and
upon conviction Mr. Davii wa* taxed
$80 and coiti (or burning without a
permit, tbo minimum fine prescribed.
.JAPANESE   WORffMAN   DROWNED
On Monday, while working a I onm
near the Second Narrowi, a Japanese
workman met his death by drowning.
The man was attempting to push a
portion ol the boom away irom Ihe
•hallow water, when the pike pole he
waa uiing slipped and precipitated him
into the water. Some ol his companions who were near by, and mine boys
who were fishing in a row bout, bur
ried to his rescue, but it wus forty
minutes or more before tbo body was
recovered, owing lo the prii.ncc ol
drill and |>igs: Tho body was brought
lo the undertaking parlora ol llurr.ni
Brothers, North Vancouver, and an inquest was held Wcdnisday morning.
The jury returned a verdict oi accidental death by drowning.
A HOLD UP IN NOBTH VANCOUVER
—*" >
Weigh  your  bread.     Brewors'  X I.
Bread is 10 ounces (I'nion Made) Five
cents per loaf.    No sweeter or I alter
bread made.  Don'l pay a niglnr price
for ■inferior stuff, or encourage '.to'f.i
inni price* in North Vanoiiver.    S.
Bitchio, The Up-to-date finer, 36ti lo
866 First Street, Eust.
C. DOWIE
:ONTEACTOR 1)99 BUH,DI£R
Plant, Specification*, Eatimatcs
P. 0. Box 17, North Vancouvtr
,
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gBMBMBB
Great Hosiery Sale
Tlie following lines will be offered on Satwtfay and
Mpflchiy,  tfote tbetn:
50c and 75c values 25c a pair
Plain silk lisle threat}, alsp cottpn embroidered aid
lace hps^, in Mack, tan, brown, reseda, Jjelip, whit?,
pqpenfiagen, etc.   Great range to t|ioosc from.
35c to 45c valuea 17J.P a pair
Plain cotton and lisle thread hose, in bliick, tan PF
grey.  Good quality, well shaped and finished.
Regular 65c Hoae, 3 pairs for $1.00
Women's open work silk lisle thread hose iu striped
designs in all colors and black, unusual value.
Regular 30c to 45c values fpr 15c a pair
Women's fancy colored lisle thread hose in assorted
patterns.   Extra special at this small price.
25c cashmere hose 12jc a pair
These aie in plain black and well made, shaped and
ed.
fpr women.
finished. The wearing parts are extra spliced. Sizes
Children's cotton hose in lap, black pr white open
work designs.   Regular 25c values for 10c a pair.
Gordon Drysdale, Ltd.
575 Granville Streeftt      -      Vancouver
'.. ..       '	
ASK
your neighbours
and they will recommend it to
you—THE
electric iron with
a reputation.
flU 11 Uln 1 We shall be pleated to tend one pi lhe»e
irom to you for TEN DAYS FREE TRIAL. Phow 46
Light and Ppwer Department.
British Columbia Electric Railway Co., Ltd.
50 LONSDALE AVENUE    ,.
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YOUR FIRM'S MID-SUMMER
THIS WEEK it is !
BOYS'CLOTHING
that we specialize on   1
CLEARANCE SALE
1 1
Everything ip the
•tore for Boy* jjo-
ing at exactly half price
m^^nmnmmm
Note these
Moneysaving
Items!
BOYS'
BLOUSES
in all the
prettiest designs
and good washers at
I  0% ORIGINAL
I'L PRICE
Every one must '"' >old.
There is an immense assortment for you to choose
from. At these primes you
cm pocket an immense
saving. Fancy Tweeds,
Worsteds and Navy Serges
ranging from $2.60 to $10
for exactly
j   A ORIGINAL
i'ii PRICE
There are
many
unadvertised
items
that are
equally ail
good
a* these
mentioned
here
Hi ■    I
——
^r
BOYS' SUITS
=
The very' latest designs
bought for this summer,
selling, all going at the
ridiculously large reduction of one-half their value
*   A  ORIGINAL
l-Z PRICE
——        1.1
You can
Save Dollars
Now!
SHIRT
WAISTS
with aolt collar attached,
another with loose self
collar, and still anoilier
without collar-starched
culls. All just what the
boyi wantr-dandies
PRICE
to dear out
1-2
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Pr^l mmtw w    jeW^t mm*
CLOTHIER
■■»»»^»»»»»»i>»*>»»»%.».t.»
CUMMING'S
u3-i is r
LONSDALE
***y+%*%>*+++>o-%*+w%<i
Quality
CLOTHIER
*♦***
MMMM<«»M«»M i UM f)W^JWiU9
■"Catahlng Fish With tin Aid <i« P^
■mW'i tttvatogwe, "A QaniuV Jot/Button" i ooipsdy, "A lale of Two
Oitlea" In throe parts.   Matinee on
Saturday at 8,S0,   Continuous  In™
,00 to 11,00 (Saturday nigbt.
A JIOI.D UP IN NOHTH VANCOUVEB
Weigh your bread. Brewers' XI,
Bread In 10 ounces (Union Mods) I'i™
Bents par loaf, No sweeter or bolter
broad made. Don't pay ii higher pi ice
fpr inferior siuff, or encourage nxorhi
tant prioce In North Vancouver. S.
Biloliiii, The Up-tn-dato fironir, ,380 lo
MIS First Street, East.
NOTICE
TENDEBH are invileil lor repairs lo
boiler ol Sir. Norlh Vanoniiviir Kerry
No, 3.
Specifications for Ilie work may ho
obtained from the itiuleriigncd on or
about Monday, July 84th.
Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
T. H. HEABI),
21-7     Manager N. V. 0, Forries I.ld.
A n»v«l sight waa wl(aa«ed Ved-
-nrnday nwrnjnjj, when travaild'a an
lonadala ftveiwJTlo QrMnJlhjltQjf
beheld a stee|i|a)a«k nt work.palaimg
the flagpole in front o! iha ally halt,
NOTICE TO CONTBACTOBS
TAXES
TAKE NOTICE that the date for
expiry ol rebate on taxes has been extended lo SEl'TEMIIEH 10th, Wl.
All |>ersons who pay tlio annual taxes
levied on lands on or before September null next will be entitled lo a discount ol one-sixth nil the general
rate.
THOMAS SHEI'nEHl),
Oily Clerk. tl
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Write for imiiple
du«, lull particular!, (Ul.
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SEALED TENDEBS superscribed
"Tender lor School, l.ynn Valley,"
will l» received by the Honorable tba
Minister,nl I'ublie Works up to noon
ol Thursday, the 37th day of July
1011, for the sreotion and completion
ol a lour-room, timber-framed school-
Inin..!-. witli ooncreto basement, at
lyhn Valley in the ltiolimond-J^laotor-
al District.
Plans, specifications, contract and
farms of tender may he seen on and
alter the 6lh day ol July, 1011, at the
olficeB of Mrs. E. .1. Campbell, Secretary to the School Board, North Vancouver ; tlie flovernment Agent, New
Westminster; and tlie Department ol
Public Works, Victoria.
Each proposal must lie accompanied
by an accepted bank cheque or certificate of deposit on a couriered bank ol
Canada, made payable to tbs Honorable the Minister ol I'ublie Works, for
the sum ol I5IHI, whicii shall ha forfeited if the party tendering decline to
enter inlo contract when called upon
to do so, or il he lull to complete the
work contracted lor. The cheques or
certificates of deposit ol unsuccessful
tenderers will lie returned lo lliem upon the execution of the contriicj.
Tenders will not lie commlercd unless
Hindu out on the forms supplied, signed wilh the actual signature ol the
lenderer, and oiieloseii in tlie envelopes
liirnished.
Ths lowest or  any tender not   nee-
■M.M.-uiilv accepted.
Department ol I'ublie Works,
Victoria, B. C, duly tth, 1911.
,1. E. (1BIFFITH,
I'ublie Works Engineer.
27-7
FOR SALE
300 Feet of Water-
frontage with crown
grant,   known    ai
Wallace Shipyards.
Terms to suit purchaser.   Apply
H. H. DEVINE,
Seymour St.
Vancouver
II. C. KttlJOER
Expert on Fireplaces and all
classes of Brickwork.
All Work Guaranteed
Corner Fifteenth St. and Mahon Avi.
Bread:    Bread!
Union Made.   Home Industry.
Bigger Loaf•  Better  Bread.
Don't forget our latest Home Made Loaf.
PIONEER BAKERY
Stores: 71 Lonsdale Ave. Cor. I onsdale & Alii St.
SEE US FOR
5ASH     DOORS     MOULDINGS     BRACKETS
VERANDAH POSTS,     ETC., ETC.
BURRARD SASH & DOOR FACTORY, foot of St. George
Wi solicit a trial bid on vour Ordsn small or lame
FRUIT   PRODUCE
CONFECTIONERY, CIGARS, Etc.
WHOLESALE ONLY
PETERS & DOYLE
110 Saeond Street Ea*L Telephone 206
G»yt*ience to North Vancouver Merchants
9m f» Yew Om Team. Ve#r OnW* M*M
■■
AT^HE
ALL NATION
Social and Concert
=====
—
TO UR HW4>
TUESDAY, AUGUST lit, 1911
WTHE
JAPANESE TEA GARDENS
UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE
St. Andrew's Church Christian Endeavor Society
""■"■■""■•^■«^^^^*«»^"»»""*«"e«*^B*ia**aaii.**^^^^»WWB^^
Songi, Recitations, Comic Cuts, Pretty Costumes, Etc
FUN!    FUN!!    FUN!!!
== REFRESHMENTS ======
Admission to Grounds, 25c
Come One! Come All!
Western Ave
Lot 50 x 154 ft. facing westwards
Price $1300    -    -     1-3 cash
John Alexander & Co.
121 LONSDALE AVE., NORTH VANCOUVER
Keith Road. Hollyburn, Weit Vancouver
Vancouver Business Directory
ACCOUNTANTS
W. T. STEIN & CO.
CHARTERED 	
  ACCOUNTANTS
119 Punier street, Vancouver
and
Norlh Vancouver
BATHb
Kallethe's Bath
Corner Homer and Pender Sis.
The only up-to-date and reliable bath houae in Britiab Columbia.
W* cure where others fail.
Satisfaction guaranteed or no
pay. Plain hatha, electric baths,
shower baths, massage for body, scalp and face ; electro therapeutic baths a specialty.
JOS. KAUyETHE, PROP.,
Oraduate of Berlin, Germany
PITMAN'S
Bu»lne»» College
632 Seymour at., Vancouver
Day school open all tbe year
round. Night school commenc-
ts September 8th.
QHocEHs
CHEAPSIDE GROCERY
)    GEO. WAGG
Groceries and Provisions
Wholesale and Retail
116 Hastings St. (downstairs)
Delivery Tuesdays and 1'iidaya
BUSINESS COLLEGE*
8PR0TT-8HAW
Business Institute
JJ6JttMtlnfn St, W.
C»n«aV* Qri*l.at Weeletn ««hool
9,, J, Bprott, 9/\„ - -Manager
e*ejmnn*n)nB        t\mayw>       maftwwitt i^^a^ar
WANT ADS.
HUBBEH •TAMPS
THE GEO. H. HEWITT CO.
Manufacturers
Kiraioi 11 mi ktahi'h
Sign and Price Markers
10 Fairfield Bid.     Font R317J
RIAL. ISTATI
Korkiiliiro(JyarajiUeA
Securities (JorporatiM Ltd
440 Seympur 6tr**J
reaiTbsutr
land and mortgage
INVWTMENTf-
ESTATES   MANAGED
FIRE INSURANCE
E, Ktft HouJgaU - -, Manager
f
M8TAUIUWTS
AU Hort* V**w»t*i ftOfM eat at
LEONARDS'
mthar Vlatk Bloc* or Ha*tiag* St.,
eppodU tha a*w pott offic*. lnvoeti
•ill* bi* U* by Uu pound.
BUILDERS'
H*\RDWARE
In what we wi«h to call your attention to, our line is complete throughout
We have just opened up a line of
Locki direct from New York, These
Locks are in dull brass finish of the
latest design.
Hinges, Window Catches, Casement
Adjusters, and all fittings to match,
Come in; we will be pleased to
show them to you.
Paine & McMillan
Tha Hardware Specialists
Fint St. and Lonsdale Ave., North Vancouver
\
%
McMillan's for money savers
A PEW OP OUB PBJCES-COMPABE THEM WITH ANY.
Caanad Fruiti, delicioui California
I'eari,   Peaclim,  Apricoti  and
Itaiplnrriai, par tin     20c.
Picklei, fine Engliih plcklci,' par
bottl* »«.
llui lor, Ireili made, New Zealand
3 Ibi II .011
Sugar, granulated, 18 lb. lack ...II.0()
Tea, McMillan'* 3 lb. lor  f 1.00
Baking l'owdor, Coledyke Brund—
(nil 16 ai. tin   Ifa.
Coffee—whole roait aqd freshly
ground, per lb Vie.
Ham, fancy tugar cured per lb....30c
A
j. a. & m. McMillan
 —Phone 20	
LYNN VALLEY ia aomewhat out of our district
so we must leave those who know it well lo judge of
the value of the following. They are good lots and
seem cheap.   EACH IS A QUARTER ACRE
Lots 3 and 4, Block 27, D.L. 2022
Lets than 100 yards Irom Muniicpal Hall and carline.
$500 each   ,
ii.'-, cash, balance 6, n, iK and 24 month*.
JACK TOUTET & CO.
213 Lonadale Ave.   Tel. 47. Cor. Nye   Tel. 87
CUT PRICES
ON YOUR
DRUG NEEDS
Yoa tart jMjjjf by bUkt at thii dart
Baby'* Own Snap    ,2tn boa
Cartoria  Sfc
Allenbury'* Pood  86c'
N**tl**- Pood  , 400
Syrup ol  llypophoipbsta*    Mc
limith Hall* Ito  3 forSfc
Enoi' Hall , .Itt
Hynol Snap ........ 26o
Warm Weather and Bathing Suppliea
•Sponga*    	
Watar Wing* ....
Soapi Irom 	
Chamoil from .
Waih Cloth* ...
..16c to 18 rich
, Mo pair
. 10c to SIS* raki
.. )0c to fl t*iA
 19* aacb
Abtorbtnt Cotton ti>i> w»m ...Ut lb.
i'.'      ■ ■       ',.,'.'■ —r
North Shore Drug Co.
ESPUNADE WEST
P* i THOMAS, PhltSr
a teat door* waft ol th* Pott Office.
Good* delivered to any part ol ajty.
I'bone 31; House I'lione 224

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