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NORTH SHORE-VANCOUVER
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OOMMEBqiAI, HUl'HBINTENDENT
OF B. C. TBLBPHONE COMPANY
DISCUSSES NEWLY ESTABLISH-
El) "TWO NUMBEH" HYBTBM.
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Mr. F. J.  Mactluugan, comnierclal
!iii|ii'iiiiii'iiilcui iif tbu 11. P, Telephune
Uompany, was u visitor in the city ou
Monday. In cunversatiuu with u repre
lentativMr the Express Mr. Mac-
Uoiigau uiprussetl surprise that opposition shoubl have developed locully lo
the "Two Number" system inaugur
ated between this cily und Vaucouvor
suni' Ihe Installation of Hie new cable
across llurranl Inlet. This, de, lined
Mr. MactJiiiigaii, is tiie system that is
aduptoil by ull metropolitan telephone
companies under conditions similar In
Ihoso existing iu ami aboul Vuncoover.
The system has been in operation for
aome years iu Han Francisco, Berkeley
ami other cities on thu Pacific sea
hoard und has givon excellent sat isfac
lion. The 11. C, Telephone Company
hus operated Hie system for somu time
between Vuiicoiiver ami Kliurne ami il
has worked smuolhly and wull. Hlat
isties show that uuly twu and one half
per cent, of tlie calls over the Kliurne
lines have been |en cent calls iluet Ikt
Inauguration of the "Two Number"
syslem. Tbt otberi have all been Ave
cent Alii.
By the "Twu Number" system li
nieiinl a syslem which directly funnels
oue local uumber wilb another, tbu*
dispensing with Ihe interposition of a
third number, namely "Lung Dii
lance." Of course, laid Mr. Mac
Uoiigau, telephone subscribers lllll nave
Ibe privilege of using the "l.upg Di*
lance'' roule if thay wilb, in which
case Ihe ten cent toll wuuld be charged.
The imi.lent or of the telephune compauy, dtclarad Mr. Mactluugan, wai tu
install the very best eipilpnieul, to ei
lahlisb lhe moil muderu lyittm ami
tu pruvlde a service lecuud to uuin
suiting the moil progressive cities, lie
therefore felt thai Ihe opposition which
hail devolopeil to Ibe lueal Irani inlet
niius showed a lack of appreciation of
|he effort! of the Company uu behalf
uf Iheir subscribers. Ils was cuuAdenl
that if matter* were allowed tu proceed
niinl Ihe "Two Number' tyitetn bad
been giveu a fair trial local telephone
■subscribers would he mure than pleated
with the results, huth with referenet
to cost ami ulher features.
The Smart Set at
Lonsdale Theatre
A lurge audience gulheretl in lbe
Umdale Ihealra on Halurday nigbl
tu see and hear lhe ".Smart Set" make
their debut iu a programme nf popular
songs and sketches! Let it be frankly
admitted that some critical persons
went wilh no great expectation! that
the performance would rise above medi
ot rity, but they were agreeably sur
prised, for not only were lhe staging
and eusl nines arl isl ic, but the whule
performance wus of a refined and in
terestiug ehuraeier, rendered with,
taste and pleuty uf "go," ami fuHy
justified Hie adoption uf Ihe title under
wnicli the production louk place. The
singing was Hie strongest point, ami it
was good, chiefly in solo ami duel iiiiiii
hers. The chorus work und one of the
quartettes required piore rehearsals, especially for attack and balance uf
perls, ilie prugrummc was au agree
able change frum the wilby washy
illuslrutetl song uu.l inunolonoui rug
lime with ils eiuggerated syncopation,
which   ar instantly   beard   iu   the
vaudeville Ihculrcs.
MADAME  NOBHINTON
To Whom tbe Smart Bet Owes IU
Inception
Tbe Smart Sel deierve to be encour
" aged, and il ii tu be hoped that they
will snnii be lee ui'l again In a more am
iiitioui programme, if fur no other
reaaoii lhan lo revive the jaded taste
of lhe public, by giving Ihem singing
where purily and beauty of Iuue are
paramount, instead of Hie nasal whine
and ilrldent noise which pais under
that name In io many of the western
pltybouiti.
Madame Normlutoo (Fiureure Hay-
ward) and Mrs. c. A. Leing (May
Scott lleitie) took the largest shari
in tbe ladles' part of the programme.
The former lady wa* in splendid voice,
and der mellow lone, extantivt range
and good expression, gave Hie audience
much gratification in ber rendering of
"Carissima," and of a didy about a
Yorkib.re law, for both of which longi
ibt wat deservedly tncored, Mrt C
A. Ulng bai a delightful voice, wbicb,
combined witb ber clarity of enunciation tnd mobile expreiiion, quite cep
tlvattd tbt audience,    Her principal
effort was the Faust Jewel sung, which
she saug witn ilrsiiislic force ami hril
bailee. Her other Hems were duels
with Mr. John Moir (Lawne Mure, aud
Mr. H. Adamiuu (Hid Fiilmeld), the
former a humorous composition about
being shy, and the till ler, a pretty song
by Malinger. Mn. C K. Lawson
(Kate llardiiian) louked very neat ami
sprightly and aang a duet wilh Mr. U,
II. Hharrall (Kiebanl Mct'irtbayj
from the pen of Hie late Hir Arthur
Hullivau, which was encored. She alio
look pari in a quintette wiln uther
fuur damsels, ami Mr. Victur Jenklui
(Mika I'ulluiiili, wlm sang tbruugh a
much berlbboned lelephuue lhat be
level them, which assurance evidently
gave Ihem unbounded salisfacliou ai
they uniled ami uug "Ihou ring off."
The graceful dancing uf Mia* F. Con
itigloii (Eleanor Hwynne) was an at
tractive feature, and much applauded,
especially iu the final uumber, in cun
junction wilh Mr. Juhn Muir. Miu
K. Adamion (Kthel May) snug a killing
nee i »ii,i her brother in a way which
called fprlh a vigoroui encore; ami
Miss Ms.Iiii ne Musioii (Madeline Til
ton| wai recalled for her reinleriug of
a wall/ sung. This young lady has a
vulre in which Ihere are possibilities,
uml a Iclliperailicnl lu which Ihe saml
remark applies, ami with further study
she shoubl be a great acquisition lo Ihe
ranks of our soloists. Her singing gave
great pleasure. . Mr. Julm Moir wai
much iu evidence lliruughuut the even
ing, ami hit clever it.ling and singing
ami pawky liuruur bruughl dowu Ihe
house ou several occasions. A vari
aul on the well known soug aboul a
policeman'! iut, made by subslilutiug
Scotch fur Knglish words in the final
terse, was much appreciated by those
who iame from the luul o' cakes.
Perhaps Mr. Moir recalls past days in
Auld Heckle when a "bubhyj's lol
was uo' a happy ylu." He alio sang
a topical ditty about Lottie's lots,
and ao aeroplane came gracefully Intu
view lo illustrate huw some uf the lols
had to be reached. This soug lml
number one, dealing with (inter alia)
the mud on Lonsdale avenue, were Iwu
of Hie Inls e,i ilu eveuiug. Mr. Muir'i
style is always satisfying, the humour
is lliere ami nothing ii forced ami add
ed to ii taking appearauce, tbere ii
neal clean method. Mr. L'raddock
(Tyrwhill Hriggs; hn I capital bass
voice, tml itng "Thy Toreador" in
artistic style. Mr. 0, II. Sharratt made
a good irupreiaiou In a dual witb Mrt.
Uwiun, which gave ample nopi for
refined   singing,   and   both   bli   voice
Oontinutd on page tight
M. B. Martinson
N.Lonsdale Candidate
Mr. M. B. Martinioo, for iomt ytan
preiident of the North Lonsdale Bate
payers' Association, Ins bean nominal
id by tbat organlrellon le represent
tbt ward on tbe diitrict couucil. In
hii platform speech tht candidate tl-
viewed tbe work of tbe council duriug
the preient term of office. Mr. Martin-
«m's opponent ii ('nun Jack Loutet,
wbo, however, will not probably bave
returned from Jamaica iu time to per
lomiiy contatt (bit division Ifi.
I'urdle, iicrettry of tbt uboul buard,
bat btto tndontd hy tbe same atto
elation. |
"NOT ALTOOBTHBB SATISFIED"
WITH 1NTBBVIBW WITH 00V-
EBNMBNT BBINO UNDBB NO
OBLIOATION TO FOB. SHOULD
BNOOUBAOB OTHEB BAILBOADS
TO OQNSTBUOT.
Tbe dlilrlcl cuuucil held ill uiual
iburt meeting on Friday evening, Kt'i'vc
May presiding
Hesolutiuni were passed in prepare
Hun for the forthcoming elections. Mr.,
J. (1. Farmer waa appuinted returning
iirtietr with Mr. Kohl, chance as his
assistant fur Ibe North Lonsdale Lull
ing booth ami Ur. II. A. Shaw, tbe de
puty at East Uapilauo. The polling
stations will be al lhe municipul liul I,
Lynn Valley, ollice of T. H. Nye, corner
Lonsdale and Ht. James' road and the
school houie iu East Capilauo.
The .laic for tbe court uf re
visum of tbi voters' list was sit for
January fith at HI e/n. and fur Ihe
let islun of the assessment roll the 1st
of February al IP i.m
Bylawi aggregating 11211,111111 were
introduced ami read three limes. They
were the Kail Capilanu Waterwurks
Loan By-law, 110,000, Lynn Valley Wa
lerwurki bylaw Hu.hiiii. ami tbeiciiool
Sites byliw (0:1,1)1111. Besides these, the
clerk was instructed tu prepare by laws
tu be ieti.nl ou iu January for |Kiil,Mlb
for roatl  works, *,,   for sidewalks
end Le,uiin for iuii.- improvements in
Linn Valluy, Norlh Lonsdale und
Kast Capilano.
II was resolved to resciud the ream
l.untie uf '.""uiiii. lull.', respecting
the Huprovemonti of liovereourl, I'ei
ers, farishroulic ami Lynn Vulley rouds
in Hi far a* lhe same fixes Ihe <lule
Uf     le  '.lulul,
A cunimuuicaliuii wai received from
the North l ..i.- •!:>I. Katepayers' Asso
ciation asking fur the eusl uml man
uer uf assessment of grudiiig and ma
citlamixing o. Lonsdale uvenue, Wind
sor, King's, (juecn's und Hi. Andrew's
avenue. Also ipiarry expenses, it wus
referred to the engineer.
A letter was received from the i.ynu
Valley Halepayers' Aasuciiitinn recommending that 1,11(10 feet of firehose
be purchased and that a liyelruul be
installed ol the corner of Harold uml
Institute roads. The former requeit
was referred to the incoming cuuucil
and Ihu latter was given lo tbe engili
eer with instructions to huve Hie work
doue.
Afler reporting briefly ou lhe dele
gallon's trip lu Vicloriu oo lhc I'aci
te (Ileal Kaalern Kailway matteri.
Breve May stated that there wus some
thing very important now Ihul the gov
eminent hail Inoughl lit to support the
railway compauy in ullowiog construe
tion of this end of the line lo be de
layed to the lasl. "We passed lhe
J'. (J. K. plans wilhoul nny objections"
tbe reeve suul, "to therefore we are
nul In Ihe least under nbllgatiou to
them. We should now (brow all our
intention and energy toward* the itart
Ing uf the Second Narrowt bridge and
iht eiieourngfiueni of otber railwaya
lo construct iu here." Whether it be
ine tl. I'. B. nr any other company
the reeve declared tbat all reasonable
eoueessioni should be made.
Aa to the trip to Victoria the reeve
was uoi altogether iitlilleil. "Coun.
Ward ami myielf," hu tald, "comprised your cummitlee tu interview the
gui eminent upon Iho matter of the
mm enforcement of Ihe clauie iu the
agreement between the I'. (I. i and
the government .to the effect thai the
former would commence ami effectually
continhe const ruction at'a point within
IU miles from the city of Vancouver.
I regret lo say lhal on thai oue point
we were not lueceeiful.
Mr. D'Arcy Tate contended tbat
shoubl they be forced lo comply with
Hint detailed agreement they could not
complete the contract in specified time
under present circumstances. I will
ud,iiii that Inking the agreement in the
uggregaiu the filial resultant benefits
accruing to North Vancouver will lie
on u pur with Ihose which will result
from Ihe ugreement being carried uut
in deluil but by doing so we lose our
immediate benefits lu Nurth Vancuuver
by delaying mat part of the contract
uutil the lasl. Our guveriiuient prom
iscil us thul the ears would be running
into North Vancouver inside of two
ami a hulf years and that we would
have a line passenger am! freight tie
pul.
. Chief of I'olice Davies wrote I hank
ing lhe couucil for its expression of
sympathy on Hie occasion uf the recent
death  of the chief's little son.
Messrs. Hums li Walkein, solicitors,
wrole intimating lhat the cuau uf
James agaiuit the ilislriet hail result
eel in u judgment iu fuvur uf the plain-
llif. The eusl: iu question was oui' in
ee,-uid lo a )ax sale io llllll, iu which
the reeve hail notified the clerk to
murk down for the ilistricl all proper
tics on whiili the bills did not equal the
luxation. Tli<' courl took the position
lliut the reeve should have been ut the
sale uiiel should huve pul his bids iu
for the ilistricl iu the regular way.
The ubnve solicitors' uc "imi for %26ll
for services in ihe case Jay versus the
district was referreil lo the finance
committee.
The Hustings Hbiogle Manufacturing
Co. wrote alleging Ibat some limber
lying uu lhe lloskiui road had been re
nun eel by one of lhe district road men
Tins hud seriously handicapped Iht
company's work ami the writers wish
cl lo liuu' Ihe timber relumed. Tlu
matter was left iu the hands of the
engineer.
FINAL BRIDGE PUNS
BEFORE DEPARTMENT
WILL OOBT BXTBA i)260,()(iil TO
BUILD BEIDOE FIFTY-FIVE
FBBT HIOH THIS FEATUEE
MAY YBT BB MODIFIBD-DB-
TAILBD PLANS WILL IMMEDIA
TBLY POLLOW APPBOVAL OF
PLANS NOW SUBMITTED.
Work on lhe completion of the plans
of Second  Narrows  bridge  has  been
moved forward with the greul est possible  expedition   by   the   firm   uf Hir
Juhn   Weilic limiv  autl   I'arluurs  ami
although  nu advice  to that 'effect  is
yet to hand from the company's solicitors, il is expected that a copy of the
plans is now in possession of lhe I'ublie Wurks Department ul Otiuwu. Theae
plans show lhe stress ami give oilier
detailed information of u technical nu
lure, with respect tu the several feature! of lhe bridge and  these  items |
must all be carefully  checked  up by
lhe engineers uf the department  pre
vious tu ineiil approval.   Meantime the
Board of Dlretori have been discussing
the proposed iieighl of iiii feel wilh lhe,
department llirough Mr. II. II. Hlevens,
M.I'., with a liew lo inducing lhe tie
parlmenl lu accept a height of fully
live feel  above high  water ns shuwu !
on the pluns whiili are „„',',- being sub-j
milted.   The directors are advised by J
I
the firm of Sir Juhn Wolfe-Barry inr)'
I'mini-iu that the u.liiiiiiii,ul ten feat in
height would uutail an increased at-
pciiilittire of (iilill,!)!!!! aud would likewise I'liiuil a further delay of iii weeks
in ciimmeneunienl nf construction. Tt
lm.'., therefore, been arranged , tbit
upon llie arrival of tbo plaui at Ol
lawa, II. II. Stuveni, M. P., lugelher
with Hie Ottawa solicitor* for Burrird '
llilnl Tunnel and Bridge Company Will
uguin Hike up the leader with the department wilh a i inn tu aeeuring tbi
acceptance of the lesser height. In
Ihis particular il is staled tuul tha
plans as uliuut lo be submitted are in
strict accordance with Iho recommendations of Mr. Worsfobl, resident government engineer Hliuulil the deparlineut
lie found unwilling tu accede to the
request of the company, it is within
tho possibilities thai Ihe government
might consent to increase tho subsidy
by ail amount cquul lu the additional'
expenditure rendered necessary liy tbt
added height of the bridge.
Orne (he details of the structure are
finally decided and the plans uow iub-
milted are approved, Ihe way will he
cloared for lhe execution of the derailed plans iiiuiii will bo fuiluwed by
culls fnr lenders and lhc awarding of
lhc contract followed by iminediata
commencement of cuuslructiou.
Dedication Took Place
Last Sunday Evening
The new Ht. Andrew's church, siluul
ed ol the curner of llllll slreet uml HI
(leorge's avenue was furmally dedicated
on Holiday by Hie Kev I'eler Wriglil,
Il.l)., moderator, oo behulf of the
I'resbylery of Wesliniiisler.
The auditorium of the haiulsouie
church was tilled to overflowing and
many ubl friemls took advantage uf
Ihe occasion lo be present at trie im
pri'ssiic aervieei.
For Hie presbytery, Bev, Dr. Wright
congratulated the pastor, church com
miiiec and congregation ou the beau
liful edifice which Ihey were ubout lo
occupy.
Thi Kev. Mr. Macleod, pastur, ex
plaiued Ibat while there was just
reaion for tbt pastor biung the lion
or uf preaching the lnsi sermon in the
new cbureb, be bad thougbt that some
ont oidtr io tbt cbureb shoubl have
lbat to do, but tbt manager! bad in
listed nhWiis taking the service, hence
hii preiflKg. Hi look for bis text,
" Upbuilding of lbe church," iild
dwell on tbt opportunities which were
offered lo evtryene iu iti* magnificent
work. It wa| a ditappointrhenl to the
management (bit the fine new pipe
organ wai uot in operation, but tbii
wai found impossible ouly a few dayi
ago by the buildtri. Tbe pipei, bow
tvtr, were ia place and Iheic, from
Ibe appearance, gave reason lo believe
Ibat tbe new organ will bt e very fine
Inilrumeiil.
Tbt chuir, under the periooel dir
ectluii of ('huirniiiler Wilson, wai uug
menled for tbe occation. The render
logi wire eipiclally line.
In tbe evening tkt Btv. Hontld Mae
Icoil was'assisted by Kev. A. tl, Cater
sun, while in the aflernuuii the Kev.
I> M< Is'iiiiurt of Boston, preached a
sermon  in  Gaelic.
Iluring Ihc morning service Miss
Jean Clark contributed a rendering of
"Fear Nol Ye 0 Israel."
C. P. R. Location
Map Under Scrutiny
OITY FATHEHS TO PROTECT
BTHEBT t OEADBS WILL FOE
WABD OBBTAIN OBJECTIONS
TO OTTAWA.
The cily fathers thii morning aiiem
bled for tbe purpoie uf examining tbe
the location map of the Canadian I'a
-ilic Ilailway so far as lhe rompany'•
propoied  lien  along' the  city'i  fort
"liul''       ll       ' 010 I'llieel 11,'| C , III i ll I'll        it,
safeguard Ihe grilles at Ihe city'i
street eudi, leveral technical objections were formulated and will be fur
'•■"ii.le.I lu the proper department at
01 lawa.
N.S. Debating Gub
and Socialism
The Nortb Shore Literary and De
bating Suciety meets tbli evening in
lhe Central school, Fourth itreet and
i henieriiebl (venue, il H o'clock
when Ihe topic for diicuiiluu will bt
"Hociallim." The. leaden are well
chosen, and, with a-jgood turn oat of
memberi tbe debate ibould be one of
the moit lucceeiful yet beld. New mam-
ben cordially invited.
Special Meeting
To-morrow Evening
CITY    HALL    TENDBBB    TO    BE
OOKSIDBBBD
Local Druggists Protest Against Be
commcudiition of Water Oonuulttta—
General Proceedings of Laat Night's
Oouncll Matting.
The cily council mel as usuul lusl
evening. Mayur McNeish presiding
over a f'lli attendance of aldermen,
Mr. iiioiuiis Irwin wrote uskiug fur
the continuation uf the sidewalk Irum
lol III, block Kin, D. L. i!74, to Ht,
Ueurge's Avenue. This was referreil
lo lhe board of works.
Messrs. Livingston, llarrull, King ami
O'llell wrole, instructed by Mr. A.
Ituwuii, llic uwner uf bit ii, block iiii, ll.
L. 61S, informing lbe couucil lhal Hi"
cily hud entered upon lbc suul bit and
bus opened op a lone III feel wide
across niie end of il. The writers hail
been instructed lo record ilamagei.
The mailer was referreil to the lanes
committee,
The chief of Ibe lire deparlmenl re
ported lhal several delail* ami improve
meiits in regard lu the chemical uml
hose ,motor wugou hud been curried
uul, and the matter now only awailed
the council'! final decision in purcbaae
the machine.
Abl. Irwiu moved Ihul, subject tu
the cuuucil's uud lbe cily solicitor's
approval on these poiuti, und us to the
gun11,ni,.■:. offered Ibal lhc machine
Ito purchased ami I Iiu t llie company lie
paid forthwith.
Mr. Herbert Day wrote, asking lhc
council to look into the condition of
■ ■Hi  street   which,  the  writer staled,
bad   been   rendered   worse   since   Ihc
blowing of slumps.
Mr. M. H. McDowell and Mr. W.
Weinman wrote, cumplalniiig aguiusl
tht water committee's recent recum
ineudiilioii that drug stores be charged
the iiiimiiiuiii amount allowed in the
bylaw for stores. Both writers de
e lined lhat tbe drug business entailed
tbt use uf e cooperatively small
amuuut of water pur annum. The mat
ter was referred back lu the water
committee.
Mr. 1. F. Oilman wrote intimating
tbat iu ngard to bit lender for cily
ball ilie, hit associates iu Kugland
(fur whom be is nominal ownor) would
be wliiing to accept half of Ihe tolel
purchase price in city bonds and Mr.
W. W. Monlelius wrote iu Ihe iame
connection deicribing more fully bii
tendered property ai lots 14, IS, It,
17, 18 and I'i, block 142 in D. L. 874.
Tbe assistant leeretar) of tbe U. C.
M. wrote cailiug thc council'i alien
Hon to the notice given to the Dom
inion parliament by tbe H. I. T. * B.
Company for an extension of time, ttc.
The mayor sarcastically aiked Ihe
city clerk whether there wns a letter
alio calling the city'i attention to Iht
application of tbt fl. P. K.
A petition wai received for tbe repairing of tbat portion of 18th ttreet
between Mahon avonue and Jones
avenue.
It wai decided that tomorrow even
lug It I o'eloek ibould be appointed
li tie Iimt f»r a ipecial mealing to
conalder the lenders uf Iho city ball
site. Abl. Foreman al the uutiet wai
disinclined to gn iulu the mailer, de
daring ibul il might be buderlo refer
ii tu the incoming cuuucil seeing thai
Ihu candidate* wero apparently mnl.
iug an issue of the question; Abl.
Foreman however thought Ihu lucom
iug council iiuulel have quite enuugh
In luull aller. The dale as abovo, Wed
iic'stlny, ul 7 p.m. was (Hereupon ap
pointed.
North Vancouver Man
Fell One Hundred Feet
While iiii a Iiiiiii iiig trip in tho vicin
ill of Lulte Bunt/en nn Humlay Mr. II.
Vul'its of I Sst li street hud llle mis
fortune of falling a hundred feel and
sustaining severe injuries which necessitated his spending lhe uight iu- the
foresl ubnve the snow line. The wound
cl luiui wus wilh the assistance of bit
lirolher, Percy Vickeri, conveyed by
launch lu Vancuuter ami a ferry dray
ha<l iii lie iililir.eil lo convey him frum
the ferry terminus to Ihe car.
Mr. S. D. SchulU
,  Denies Rumor
HAS   HO   INTENTION   OF   WITH
DBAWINU FBOM CONTEST
Mr, 8. D. Schulli, candidate for
mayor of tbia cily, liss eunlrtdicted
tbt local rumur lhat he purpoiei with
drawing from Ibe coming cental. Mr.
Hcbullx hus nu inlention of doing 10.
Hit orguiii/alioii committee net lail
evening.
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Vancouver vs.
Victoria To-night
THIBD OAMB OF HOCKEY 8BBIBS
AT ABEHA
The Vancouver uml Vicloriu leinii
will pui up llielr iii"i argument thii
season al lhe Vancouver arena Ibis
evening. The mulch will be referee'd
by Uarduer und Lehman of Ihe Weil
minster team.
Bach uf the compiling teams has
won a victury uver the Weiliniiiitcrs
so that lhe slrnggle this evening il
really for firat place iu Ihe race to
dale. While Ihe Victorias lead the
Westminsters liy a narrower margin
than did lhe Vancouvors, Ihe outcome
of this evening's game is by nu means
a foregone concision, Tbe capital
cily team is said lu be putting up
better combination ou the attacking
division than cither of the uther teams.
II remains In be sceu if the Vaucou
ver defence cen defeat their rushes.
when it will be up to Ihe Victoria dc
torn c to show what it can do agaiuit
the Vancuuver attack led by tbo it
doubtable "Cyclone" Taylor.
The advance aale ol leali poiuti lo
a yet larger alieiidaiice lhan thai which
mine;,..ed i,,,. opening nmi, h of lhe
season
M
I
Weilmlniter hockey team, champiuui
ef tbe P. fl, II. L, met tgtlr lecond
defeat it Victoria on Friday knt, (-4. Bank of Montreal
 , -L
EitablliM 1817
'
Capital (paid up)   •   $16,000,000
Reserve    .'.   .   -   $18,000,000
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
Savings Bank Department
INTEREST PAID AT CURRENT RATES
,/
North Vancouver Branch i F. A, MACRAE,
Mt. Crown Bldg, lit Street Manager
Championship
HOCKEY
The Fattest dame lu the World
VICTORIA at VANCOUVER
TUESDAY, DEOEMBBB 17
Prices: Entire OaUery, 60 centa. Beaarved Beate; $1.00.
Ice Skating .1 Sessions Daily.
MUI Pbone 8b
P. 0. Box 1U0O
Factory Fhoue lit
Factory Plioue 667
BANKRUPT STOCKSALE
pt tho BUBBABD SASH AND DOOB FACTOBV.
The North Vancouver Lumber Oo. having purchased all the asteta
and plaut are making a clearing out sale of all the old stock at greatly
reduced price for cash to make room for new stock.
WINDOWS AND DOOBS HALF PBIOE
NORTH VANCOUVER LUMBER CO.
Factory: Corner Esplanade and St. Oeorge.
We Have Some Good Buys
in D. L 273. 274, 550.
See us if you have a house lo rent, or if you want lo gel
a house.
We have some lovely homes for sale.
Listings wanted.
NORTH VANCOUVER REAL ESTATE CO.
110 Esplanade. Phone 227
li. C. BISS
J, A. WOODS
Building Supplies
^.—_^—»—. ———.-mn-m——
Sole Agenti for North Vancouver:
Samson Fibre Diabolo Cement
—
North Shore Coal & Supply Co.
L. S. EATON, Manager
Kickham'. Wharf     Eiplanade Weit     El.one 4fifi
Time Table for Christmas Day
NOBTH  VANOOUVEB OITV FEBBIES LIMITBD
Leave  Vauceuvar
7:40 AM H'.'e, P.M.
1:20
«;00
.iii'i
10:80
11:00
11:10
Villi) P.M.
1(00
l'.W
2:20
3:00
UIO
6:00
S;40
6:20
7:00     .
7:40
8:20
11.00
m
10:20
11:00
11:40
12:20 AM
1:00
Leave Nortli Vancouver1
7:20 A.M.
. 11:00
^MO
0:20
10:00
10:40
11:20
12.00
12:40 P.M,
llJM   -
2:00
2:40
3:20
4:00 P.M.
ii'i
Qiao
6:00
6:40
7:20
1:00
1:40
1:20
10:00
10:40
11:20
12:00
Wit Ail.
Time Ublt tubject to change without notlct. Company not liable for
daliri, accidental er otbtrwlee.
Week^ by Week
Expreaa Special Praia Gallery RepreMn
uttvt
Qoverliment't Naval Poltoy-Preinlar
Bordtn  Makia   Hlatorlo   Spotch-
Btieue of Wild Bnttiuj'wm (W Hit
Houie,
-*r
^Ottawa,' lit", lUth,—The announce
iin'iii of Premier Horileu'e navul pro
poaila lilt of coitrio over ihwliiweil
everything at lbe eupital. There i»
iiiilliiiig u|eu which ii iuii..ul of or
ilruimil of. Tlio premier, made u won
dmfuljipuoeh iu presenting lii- plan—
one of tlm greatest i|(uec||os, if mil llie
i'iiuii ni, ever beard m Ottawa. It
Wub U great occasion, nun Kin, the duwu
uf u new »ra for Canadian and Imperial
pulilli'i and tlie premier thurWhly up
pri'i'iulcd tliu reipnniiliilltyX wliieii
weighed upon Ilia shoulders, llu ipoke
ilowly, i. ni" eu., i enil nui'" i" '
uii'l lie wu» i'lin|iii'lll liy llle e ue in-.im '
of Iiln maimer rullmr limn li.v any lml
limit ilu I., of oratory, lie mumliull
iut ilia flet! in splendid urray, lliu argil
1110111.4 wure Irrefutable uml there wus
no mini who i" umi him muke hie llil
lorif utterance wlm wus not thoroughly
■■uin ini'ti.l   that   it   wae   time  I'unaila
alllllllil    llSSlllll.l'    u    lui."' I    .lllll'     iif    the
leiireli'iiit of empire, no mitter whether
ln'*ogreeil with tin' Premier'i inathoili
or not.
When Ih" I'reinicr romploteil hia
lirllllant peroration Ihere wai a leoae
inipiiriilli'lii'l in the blatory of llm houie
Tlm bouaa of common '■■■ seldom oirrietl
olf ila feet. II lyii atuiil iioily. Hut
Thorailu.v wua loo much for il. No
sooner bid Hm premier luken hii s«ui
lhan llm botlte liurat into u aloroi of
cheering. The Contervattvet tprang
lu their feet, iiaugeil deaka, waved
handkerchiefs ami cheered for niany
uiiiiiilua. Hull' Hrilannia uml lind
Have llm King were 1.111..1 ul the
saint' moment, liul the National Antbttn
led liy .loacpli Hainvllle, ouo of llif
Quebec Nutioouliai tneoikera, predomln
uie.I The op|ioaitioo members, the
gallerlei, Tim llucheii of Connaught
uml I'riiit't'aa 1'ulrniu who were on lhc
Hour of the Iluuie, ruae lo their feel
uml joined in tin' swelling morns of
the \iitinmil Aiilhi'iu. 'I'lini ia, all roso/
hut oue, Hon Prank Oliver, ox minister
of the interior' Hi' alooc sat gluiii un.l
((lowering in bis-seal. He waa if cou
picioui ligure, the cynosure of ull eyei,
na he aal there on lhc front lii'iiclma
of lhe oppoailioo, wliilu oil one -i.l.
of him »luii'l the premier uiul the other
Hun. 1 iuii. ■ Murphy., ll wis the uuly
jarring nott in a niagnifii'i'nl Irilml
let Mr. Horden'1 aiati'auiuiialiip. Oliver
aal mi.tu..-It llie wholt' of the refrain,
hia face tli. ii. 1 wilh linger, hia brow
knit   in  sullen  eel.nlmmy ai lie sollli'il
I ai'lf lower 011 hia lunch. 'Ilia iiiIiiii
ia lliu tulk iif Ii apital.    Mr. Oliver
Inn. attempted uu explanation, ll is
1I00I1Iful if hu fan- it waa Inuipllfaiili'
BluI   III'illlijilt'lli'llMlilf
Tlif It'll nf llm uiiii'iiiiiet'ini'iii haa
already appeared in tin' daily papcra
However, it might he well lu sum up
briefly llif iiiuiii fut una uf hia policy
wllifll   Were  aa  followa:
1. 1 iinu.ll prt'sfiila to tlif Imperial
Hut eminent lliree llraatlnoughli of llif
Intel i'liii, Hie nul In be |.IIS,t»HI,(HIO
2. Thm- ships art' lo lm maintained
uii'l .milriillfl lis purl nf tlif Huyal
Nun. ->
.1 If ul uuy lime we rilabliib u
I'anailian unit nf Ibe Huyal Navy, Una.'
ships nun In' recalled lo form purl uf
Ihul unit.
I. The iiii''' i'anailian Dreadnoughts
art* S" 'mar historic iiatnai aiiofialed
with thr history of t made.
niiiiii'iil nii'iuliei' Ilf Ihu linpi'viul Herein'"
I'uiiiiiiilii'tt, ami no impui'liiiil step in
Hrilish furolgn policy will betaken
williiiiil consulting Iho I'limuiiiiii mill'
iuli'i''
6, Tbe llritisii Ailmlrolty will place
onltira fur the construction uf email
cruisers  ill   I'liniulii  nmi   llif  I'liniiiliitii
govorniiieiit will, for a time pt loust,
iit'in part of Hif iieiiiiiiiiniii i<pat duo to
tiiiiali'iii'liiiii   In   lllll   t'OI|ulr.V'        Tin'
ship liiiililing industry  will  lm t'nsti1
oil uml pluuts i>atali||'ahed 011 belli tlm
Alliinlic mnl the I'ucllli' in-i'u 11 h.
Tlm i'11'i'i'i nn llm I'unillf const will
lm ilmi -.'.nli Ihu inlililiniiiil i.ii-i'in-il.
('uiiiiilii is giving lo llm liiiiilii navy tin'
aipiuilron in llm eust which in n Ill
yeurs hus iniini serlnusly rililcml will
lie 11I1I0 to- lm Iiu'rousiiil to somo sum
blmu'ii uf Ils ulil slumlord. Huw niiii'h
Milium  hus Iiuiiii  forced 'to reiluro lis
uue ul  I'lintl ||||  lllll ill ft uil:.     Illlliili,' Willi'
atrihinply pointed OUI liy tlm nmuior
u 11 >111 ii) priipuri'il by thu miniumty, lu
lii"" (hit wire HIU Hrilish vi'sa.'i 111
Ilia, nwrat'ute alulloos ugiiiual only ill In
ilay. Ai Hm pruuiii'r suiil: "Is it 1101
liun' Ihul lhe furumr I'liinlitlniis sliuiilil
in aiiint1 uii'uaiiri-s In- rustiiruili I'lun*
uur I'uiiala, linlh Alliiiitii' un.l I'lifillf
powerful ai|UUilrutia viere lliiiiiitiiiufl
twolwi ycura ugu. Tinluy llif llug iu
mil shown uu filli'T ai'uluiliril. "I uni
uasiircil," tli't'luri'il lln- I'n-iiiliir, "thai
the uid wliifh we propose will eiiulel
~|n'e nil iirrim, e'liit'lila lo In' ciiiiaiimnijl
utl thul wilhn.it iiiiirliin disaster at
hume uu elf eel ive Hoot uf battleships
uml crulieri cal be uataliliihed in tin
Iiuiiii1 uml 11 powerful aipiuilrun can
periodically visit uur Atlantic suu
1 ui'l ninl aiaert umi' more tlm 11I1W1I
strength ii.""!!!!' empire ulung Hicc
coasts   '
'.There bas been 11 gruul ileal of Inter
uat iu tin' altitude uf (Jiirlii'i' towardi
siifh un advanced Impuriallillr policy
A. Muiiiliif uf lluiiiaako, one of Hm
Nationalist llieiilberi, it is understood,
will lumi' thut Ibere lm 11 referendum.'
Huwever he will gel ut llif uiilaidf lml
live French goveruuieul lupporlert, Tlm
majurity uf llm French t'niiiorvelivi-
pmuilmrs ire ciilhilaiiialiciill.v in favo
nf llif proposal! wbicb have heeu pra
pouiided by tlif llrsl minisler. The;
-im. lhat whi'ii llm plan la properly
uuderstood in (juehec ihey bolltvu
il will In- heartily tldorted. II Is
very likely Ihul later u serii'i of iimi't
iuga wili Iif hold in tin- proviuee when
a I'Oiupaigit ol education wilt bu carried
Reeve Nelson Will
Not Seek Re-Election
MB. JOHN LAWSON WILL BE CAN
DIDATE FOB THIS OFFIOE
\Z
IIiTvVtJliiirlt'.H Ni'l'tui nl' Mil1 iiiuiii
■ ipulilv iro^ix! V'uiii'tiu\ur Hill nul
*m\\ tf 11. ■ 1 ."ii ul (Iif fortInimiinn
I'lt'i-iioiiK. Tliis iliTirtion ic -hii1 to Mr.
Nolioii'i iiilt'itliiiii lu 1 tihi' u Iriji
uliruihl miti  yeur.
Mr J uli 11 leNWwit, tin1 |if ipt'M t 1 liuu
man uf (Im> iHiuul liwiril urtl pupului
I) known ui llm "fullier nf Hull)
liiiru'' Ii«m iiihiimiImcl huil lie woiilil
■uiin,,!   Imp   IIUIIM'   In   llif   ('hi Infill/'   nl
Wetl   Vniti'iiiiwr fur rrrvi-.
ll   l» l'X|M'i'li<l  Ilml   lllffr   Hill   Itr  *U*\
cml  rlnuyw  111  tlir  |ii'r>uiiinl  uf  lln
lllllllill    (if    IIII.I.
bitiltT
I tNI'HM.ITIOII   HI'  HMIHlt:
NllTII'K   la   Initio   w 1 v.n   lliul   llu
nt.. in . .latin* It) iiiisnii nl Hit' nutlet
'   "*m.
THK ATTKNTHIN of piTlulil ilcsliloii lo Vule al Hit   fiirtliciillilllg Muni
ripal Kltftluii li btrtbg i-allcd. le lit.. fuMowIn* InfuViiaHoii.
Tlu-  I't/iai.i.ei Dwiiur and Ilia laelilareil  V. un, ,■  uinlt-i' Atiif'teini'iii  fui
Hull    Imlll   ImV.    llm   lisle!   It,  ll.Vf   lll.ll    IIUIIII'S   .l|'|"ee    till   lilt'   Vultis'   Mil,   llUl
tin rigliltrid nwnir alum ilu.ll liave (he ilglii lu vote al any i-lfftlon uiilt-ss
ila or ihu on ur before Ilia Uu) of i.i.-.ii.iii lir wrltiiie uml. 1 iiii 01 In 1
lianil (Hul In Hit olflea of lln unilcrilaimd. walv.-i 01 iinooinis Iiii ui Iiu
eet.l.i   lo Vola,  in   wllifll  ilia   Hit'   V. Inin   aliull  In  ejllllllfil   lo  Votv  lunvlileel
iii or thi lilt the raifulilla e,n .in 1 of a v.u. 1
AiiuriUna lo ■ tpiilal reiolultoli of North Valuoovti i'llv Firrlri l.linlli'l
Ilia 'in.tillle iiil'etiH of a Iiiiii iiii uf lliul !'uiii|imi) ara nuw till, a.tint aa lli"tu
of an Alilvmian of Ilia rily uf Nurlli Vamnuvir. I'.iiidl-laifs for that poll-
tion musl Iif male lltltlili mlijifli of tin full ate ul iwu-nly-oim ysan. who
ic. out 'iiaiiii.iilii. .1 under any law ana havu bi-vn tm ilia pail Ilx months
nail priradliej tht day of nomination Ihe reflaltii'd uwimrs In tlm luiml
llialsiiy OIBi'i. of land or real pru|trrf> In Ihe I'll) nf North Vmifouvtr of
Hn- aaataiad value In tha lail Muni, liul Aii.umrnl Ilull uf l-l v. II.null,u
ittOOl liollara or niort ovar and above any rejflilerat) Jinleiiiaiil ur 'Innat
ond who an uthirwlM iiuillllid •• Munlrliial Vulera. ,
Tin voting Ihli year la by Wirdi, of which tha following arl the lioun-
darln a
Waul  I    Kn Iht Kail Jt.ii.-a and Uahun Avhuhs. on Iht Huulh, Nortk mil
Wall I'll)  II..11111I.111, a
v..,..| j    nu thi North Kaltli Kuad, on llm Writ Ungon Avanilf. nn lha Kaal
Utiiidtlt Aviimr. on Hit HoijiIi tht loulhurn Ifugndaiy of llif i'ii>
Ward I    'in tht Nuilli Keith Itoail. on tht  Kuil HI .Amlitwi Avtnua, on
lha uuiiili. Hit loothtrn boundary of Iht I'lty, on Ilia Will l..,nnlalr
Avtnut.
Ward 4 -<m lhc North It.lin Huad. nn llll luutli iht'ioulhcrn boundary of
tht (,'lty, on  tht Weil HI   Andrtw'a  Avtn-vi, on Hit  Kaal, city
1 Houndary.
Ward t - 'in Ihe Soulh Ktllh ll'tad, on thl Will HI  Otorge'i Avenue, un the
Nurlh and un Ihc Hail (Ily houndarlti
Ward 4    (In tin  Norlh ('My boundiry, un llm auulh Ktllli Koad. on'lht cell
Ht  ilfiiigt'i Avtqut, oh Iht Wail Junta Avtnut
A I'aiiilldalt for lha rtpriatnlallon of a  Waul nctd nof be a  Vuli r tn
that Ward ao long ai lit poaiciiti Hit ullm  oualtflrallona for uu Aldirmun
..I ihc Ulty.
ont Ward.   A icald. ni
aebltl    A  nun rtaliieiel
tni llu. largtal amount
of pruptrly    Tht voting plf t for all Wardi li lha t'lly llall
Tbe Courl of HaWllon of lha Vnltia' l.lai will ill lo llu city llall,
North Vintouvtr en tkt llth dty of Dicambar. llll
W. AUSTIN BKOWN,
llll Cltr Stall.
No Ki-ilnr ihall lit tiiilll.il lu volt In ni'irt Hun un
e I,' i.u iliall vnlt III Hit Waid In which ha or Ihi raeb
e If ini ihall vote In th* Ward In which ha or lha owni
iee  |u null of iiu. aaie of tlm Umber
I'lilllellllH     llll'l'l'lllll
"Tliui iiiiiiiiiii uf Lol. No. Hilt, Urnup
I, New Wtisliuliisliii' nluii'liil, nut env-
oi'ed liy t.nl Nn. H160 or Hiu Hullill Hulf
of Lot No, 1-351, Oruup 1, Now Welt-
inioiiii 1   iiiuiii, 1
t'einiiiii'iiiiliiii ut thu linllll-wont •••ii--
iifi- nf l.ut No. Iiiiiii, Nuw Westminster
Hltti'lui: iiioniiii, nuiiii ii fit. unu end
in llnl.iii lliutmii weal II phi)Ins ninl
11 links,, iii.itu pr |uaa, to Ihe nail
linuiiilui-y pf Lot Nu, 1t\; llinui'ii huiii li
II .'iiiiinii ami CO iiiil-' In Hm auiilli-uusl
"iiiiui   of   luld   lot;   ilie-neu    weat   il
til.iluu    UMI    Ul)    llllliU    tU    HlO    illll'llnllul
iiiii'Ili-tnial fiii'imr uf I.UI Nn. lilll; lliulu'c
.'"'iiili ulieiir, Hiu fiuiiiTlv liiiiiniliit.v of
thu auld lnl -N iliiiliiii mul 66 lililm tn u
Imui nun l.lier, ell uiiuii' nf Hiu supl l»l;
IImnct' film alone 1 |n' buundnry of Hie
luld lot 17 chains, inure ui' less, lo u
ie... inin., 1 nmlli ...11 uiul.. nf suhl lut:
1 liun,', nui iii iiiiiiii tha wust iuiiniii.il 1
nf luil Nn 21135 11 .Iiiiinii.'.' uf 15 chuins
uml HO llnlio, iiiui'ti nr lusu. In life |inlnl
uf t'tiiiiiiitintiiiiniinl: uniiu   liy 111I-
"..   uuii . 111. nl    l,U   IIIIIL'S,    lei'iii    ur   Iush.
e' II"   I"  Hll       III      Ull'     Iilillll      Illllllllll'.
Hurl li fiitti fin-lit -i- of |.ot No. US. Nuw
V   ■     llnlli.  I. 1      HI   I, i. I.     lllUIICC    Ullll     Id
ulitiliia; lln in. south 10 cliiilpa: llienua
eusl tu iiuiu.. iii. in u .-..1111. it) eliulna
lu un unci, uf sulil l.ut Nn. 701: Ilience
v.. ui. lit   uml   mn-Hiciit     uiiuii;    the
■ "i.n 1. .■ uf aeld lut lu thu polnl of
.iiiiiiiu". unu in   1 mn.iiuiu,   by ."iuii.1:
ui'oniuiil  210 iiiirua, iiiorit or lull.
''"iiuiu iu nu    ul   Ilia  nui 11. . u .1   uor.
nur nf Lnl No. 570, Nuw Wuslmliisli r
tliuiteu'north U ehalntl Hianee wait
30 iiniinii, iiiuru ur leas, tn llio aouth'
mui  corner of Lot Nu.  Sll;  tbentt
Scat 30 eliulna, more' ur loss, along
ic Hunth liniiiniiiry of Lot No. (al lu
tp polnl of cuniiiiuiiiiciiiuni; eonlulnlns
by iiilineiiHiiroinenl 10 aurai, more or
leu.
wmuT a. Bmwioyi,
, nepn|y Mlnlattr ut Lainll-
Paniii-tnioiil nf l.iiinla,   '      ,, "   ,„,„
Vieiuiiii. H. a., neeember inii., miI
APPLIOATJON   FOB   H0T8L   M-
OBNBB    '
NOTIOB IB IIMHI'IHV 0IVEN that
I iiilniiil at tho null regular meeting of
tho License roiniiiissliinors. for the
City of Norlli Voniioiivur lo apply til
uu ilulul Lit'iiiise |o bo known by thu
name of llie \rllngtun Hotel uiliiuic ■
011 lols twenty seven lu lilucli IliO, P.
L. ifi, in Hm city of Nurth Veucouvei.,
.mil .  MliAIJIIEK.
ilaled Nov. Htb, III Ili. IS 18
CHRISTMAS GIFTS
=
Are rendered more accepteblt from tlte fact that they are useful.
SEE our large lines of Housefiirnlaliliigs and Cooking UteitalU In Alum
iiiuiii, Nickel apd Orauitaware.
From now until Oliriatiuaa wt will give FBBB to every peraon buying
a stove, rang! or heater for caab, thair choice of any cooking utensils,
in the stort, to tlia valua of 10 ptr ctut. or the price of stovt purchaetd,
provided tlie buyer lias In their possession' a copy of tliia ad.
D. McNAIRNIE
THB SATISFAOTOBY HABDWABB
16tb and Lonadale NOBTH VANOOUVEB Pliout 8M
——
Seasonable Goods at
DesBrisays
Apples, ptr box   H-60, H-™ aud l'3M
Orangat, per doiou   Hie, 3"c and 10c.
Orangta, Japi, por bor 1°.
i u ineeiii. per doitn *Ac
11., 11.."uu por doten   a()c ,
WalniiU, tliioat, par lb '-te
Walniile, good   3 lbs. for 36c
H1u.1l   Nuts,  liueit,  per  lb 26c
cm iui.!',, shade dried Vostuin, 2 His. for  -1"
Oiiiriute, shade drltd Vostlim, 1 Ib. pkti. each  16e
Ourriiite, good quality, 2 pkta. for  f 3tc
Baleiru, 3 lbe. for  - 36c
Bilalui, 3 pkta. for 26c
.-iili.tiiiis, il pkta. for   26u
Mm. ..i'ii It..luiui', liiiii.i ipiallty, per 11) 35c
Muscatel Baiiins, good quality, pir Hi:   86c
Flgi, liueit Ublt, pei lb 36c
Flgt, cooking, 3 H'.i  for  -te
I'i mn s, hist '1 His. for 'Hu; liualler fruit il lbs for ilic and 1 lbs, for 'i6c
Ditei, liulii, ptr lb 10c
Dates, lu pkta. 3 tor     26c
Butter, mm quality Oreatnery, '3 Ibi. for  $100
Tea, our tpeclil, 3 lua. for  11.00
Cotfee, Hue quality     3ftc ptr 111., 3 Ibt. for $100
c.,11.1.'. I'miicli, delicious for brtakfiit or after dinner, per lb SOc
Splcti, Bueucei, Shelled Wtbiute aud Abounds
You iin always depend 011 getting good value for-your mouey at
DesBrisay Jobbing Co.
OOBNBB FOUBTIt AND LONSDALE
I lAHUWARK Phone hi GROCF.RIKS
One of our Suilt or Ovcrroah-wuld mak« liim a uwful
ami lal.iifying gill. ,-M^»-..
Our Clothing ii made from the beil materials procurable
and tailored by men who know how.
We want lo ihow you llie quality of our Clothing and we
will be pleased lo have you rail whelher ym buy or not.
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BENNETT BROS.
.J Umdale Ave
111* N- V. Horn* of Campbell'* Clothing. Jewellery as bitts
h,
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Id till BIBKB Store you corae fine to face with tbt wholt Jewtlliry
world, tU faahlout and IU fanciti, its dainties and Its luxuries. Tlurt
ll | coiupltteiiBM about OtU department pf our itore which will til readily
noticed by every customer who enters our doom,
ilEBB MAY BE FOUND SUITABLE QIFTS FOR BOTH VM
AMP WOMEN.
NBO-SLAOBS-Fiuely Jewelled ind bandiointly dtilgned.
BHOQOHHfl-Iii every quality and fashion, Mt wlUi tbi lineit (mil
or wltb semiprecious ttoiiet.
BBAOBLBTS-In all tbi lateit flihlous, either Jewelled or plain.
PINS-Bangliig from tbt elaborately Jewelled bir pill to the ilmple,
'   dainty hloiist aud lict fin.
OAMEOB-Iu broochti and ringi.   Biautlfiilly tinted Ooralt and Shelli
from tbt illidow of Moiltit Vesuvius.
SIQNET BINOS- In eveiy known Btyle, plain or'engraved to mit tbi
WiMir,
OUFF LINKS-In tuch in mortmain of itylu tbat all may purcbm
tbit wbicb Will pliait.
bOABF PINS—A icirf 41I11 li a gift which t man alfaya ipprtclatee.
Wt bivt 1 itock of icarf pint showing evtry dtgree of quality.
Henry Birks & Sons, Ltd.
JBWBLBBB,   SII.VBBBM1THS, WATOHMAKBBS.
George E. Trorey, Managing Director
Haslingi and Granville Streets   -   -   Vancouver, B. C.
OlWHHjr increasing
Membership
HELD  SUCCESSFUL  AND  INTEH
BBTWO PBBATB LAST
BSSBION
The "Noitli Shore Literary ami l>u-
Imliiip siicii-ty held p mmt successful
meeting it the ('oiitrul schoul, (Hint
lerflubl iveiiuu list week, when
t|ie iiiili.jei'1 for ileliiiii! was Hiu ilinl
iI)nn or ciiiiliniiiincc pf tbu sugrnpiilol
ilislriet. The leaders pf thu ulinlitinu-
Ists wuru Mr t'ercy Ward and Mr. A.
l'l. Aiieleiit, whilu the principal defend
era of the system were Mr, ,1. N.
llnuii and Mr. T< V. lluwe.
Tho tuple- wat treated hy spuakors
011 liuill sides ill a sensibly outspoken
fashion, and so well stated worn hut li
catoi that the president, Mr. Mcllue,
who iieiiul as judge, eiporiunced ililli-
cully lu returning bli vordiet.
On poiuti, however, he deeideil lhal
tho niiiiiiiiiiur sule weru Ihu vici its.
Thu debate appolnluil for noil week's
nn ulmi' is oiii! nn the siilijui'l pt' Socialism, a topic which is sulf-ailvorliiinu;.
The ." nu during lhe lasl few weeks
has been steadily increasing ils iiicm
Imrship, and llmm have so fur been un
iliiappuinlcil n.-f. 1 tui.e-i
NOTICE
Thote wishing to aaltct Pot Flints and Out Flowtrs for Obrlituiaa
gifte had batter coma tarly and gtt tlnllr pbolct. ■ Wt bava a ulct
selection of plantt In flower, alto Form of all discrlpllon, Pslins, ttc. .
Wt havt alio growing at our nurairita the Hunt itock of Bosea,
Sliiulis etc. lu B. 0. Plant right now. Oall or write for our cite
logut. Out Flowers, Floral Designs, Wedding Bouijiieta, IU. on ibort
notlct.
SIMPSON & WIGHT
THB LOOAL FLOBISTS
Two blocka tut of Lonidale Oar.       Oor. 17th aud St. Audrtw'i Avt.
Two blocks watt of Boultvard Oar. Phont 236.
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Convenient for
Yancouver Shoppers
Norlh Vancouver people can lime
ull Ihuir purchases iu Vuncouver sent
to J. A. 1'Iiniuii. 1'" store, 'a lln.lmii.
Hired easl, thereby gelling thum ai
lugelher un their way tu tbe ferry.
St. Thomas' Church
North Lonsdale
Tlllt small lenipurary church ii nuw
connected with Iho eily liy cur. In
deed, il is the only church uu Hm
Nurlh Slniic un Ihu car line. Ile
-niii ea a duoghlur church frnm St.
Julin's tlm coogregitlou expressed
their HI iui duly hy doling thu church
ul 11 1,11. and uniting with the emigre
gat inu aiiemlileil for worship ul Hi
.luliii v No iluulil such au eipreuiou
uf hearty cooperutiun with lhc mother
parish will resull in somu of Hie eon
gregaliuii nf St. Julm'a occasionall)
visiting their puur ami struggling uff
Miring. Such an occasion presented itself    011    Suntjay    last    when    the
u'clock. Til" Kev. H. A. Butler pf
ImOiny, mat the ymthr »t ayun-
song. Jf, Thomas church It In charge
of the Jiuy. V. B. Cerfin, who la laying the foiiiitlnlioii of splrilitul work
in this growing district oil lolitr uvun
gelii'iil catholic linos. Theft it 1 rev-
ei.inl .-.'Iiiuiiiimi of Iht ■eliriiiliun injs
lupus every Lord's Pay at A a.m.
Reports Show City
Schools Progressive
ENROLLMENT   OF  S0H0LAB8  777
AS   OOMFABBD  WITH   191
TWO YBABS ADO
The remarkable progreu of thll
i'|ly''s schools, notable fof a steady iu
llui of new scholars ami general im-
pi in cumin... to the system, could uot be
iniiic piiliitodly set forth than in tbo
toai'hur's reports for the innuih of No
veiulier. The thoory ilml compariiuni
uru udious is helplessly uiploiled '.lien
ono is confronted with thu comparative uiirulliimnls during Ibe Nnvomberi
uf Ihu lusl three years, iu Novum-
her, llllll, lhe 'locul schools wore boing
'■iiieiiilcil liy 4111 pupils. Iii Novum
by, UUII this number huil iiieruusod lu
illl, while the rulurus for lusl monlli
show Hie school-attending population
lo Iiu 777.
Below ure Hie most recent statistics
reluliug lu Ihis ilcparlmuut uf the city's
life, gliiaucil frmu lhc reports of the
iin. In is I'or   .ui' inlii'i lllli.':
Heliool Eiirollmoul
Roys   Uirls   Tolal
High    117       17        H
neutral  1.16     ISO     ami
I.onsdale     nil       ill      160
lli.lgsway  Iiiu     168     2tt
Tolal    .'IUII     806      777
FOR SALE
Waterfront Properties, District Lot 274
in Blocks 171 * 172,
Business Blocks on Lonsdale Avenue
LoU 10ft 11, Blk. 165,D.L.274.
South Half of Lots 1-4 inc. Blk. 166, D.L. 274
Modern Residences, Extensive Grounds
On Ottawa Gardens, Corner Mahon Avenue,
On Grand Boulevard, Corner Keith Road.
For Pricei, Termi ind Further Particulars, apply to
The  Nortk   Vancouver  Land  and
Improvement Company
United liability
North Vancouver Agenti for
LONDON ANb BRITISH NORTH AMERICA CO
'Limited
543 PENDER STREET. VANCOUVER, B C
Phone Seymoui 6286
.    Ntw Man of Nortb Viacouver Gty ud Vicinity now on Sile
<    •
M, luiui Actual Attendance
Tutsi   A .i iui:.'   I'ur
t'cnlugt
High     886       il!l.i!8   811.811'
tenlrul    617614   itllt   86.111
Lousdale    ...'lll'^i/,   1311.66 87.61
Ridgeway  ...6846      Ml.71 88.
Tolal   . ...IUII      676.71) 88.
The "lull now iu charge of Norll
Vancou cur's schools li^'ouitituted us
fullows:
High schoul--.I. il Keller (|irinci
|inl), Mias Clark.
I'cnlrul  sehuul—Ulurlei  H.   Ilelililni
(principal),   Miss  Jardinu,  Miss  i'ur
licit, Miss Binith, Mn." Junes, Mism M
A'ium   Miss I'urcuruii.
J.oiiHilalc school:  ll. F. i'lurk  (vie
principal), Miss Potior, Miss Hurl, Miss
Itamsay,
llidgaway school- .1 11. lleiincl
(|irlnci|ial). Miss Helton, Miss Hu. I.
Miss Mill'...i.l Miss Woodhouie, Miss
Warner, Miss I'alrica*.
A gratifying feutiire uf lusl inuiith's
report is llic U{i|iiirc!il |irogrcss which
is hoing iniiile in connection with llie
iniiniuii Iraiuiiig ele|iarliucnl under tic
ellroclion of Mr. Allicrt Woolilridge.
Order of Eagles'
Annual Meeting
lii.iiDTioN or omqEBs
Tlie I'liiicriiiil (Inler of Kugles held
lljcir iiiiiiiini olecliuii of iillieet" on
their uuiiuai election of o6icori
liml week in the lodge room of
lowing were elected for the ensuing
term: I'residenl, Mr. II. II. Hukcr; vice
I'leieiil.'lll,   Mr.   II.   ii.   .'-uill li:   lieu 'illcl,
Mr T. Crime; seerelary, Mr. I'. King;
.-liu|.luiii. Mr. II. Kmi111; iuaiile guard,
,llr. W. li. Illailwin; uuler.guard, Mi
(I. ('. Walker; .trusted, Messrs. W.
II. Minify. I'. II.' Melville ami 0. A.
I'iveusuii. At the cuncluHiiiii of llie
ioilge Ini"ic is Ihe Iiruihers luuk |,art
ug a "iiml.in,; concert when Hie rest
uf the evening wus s|icnl in wing, slory
and l|ieach with aliuiulanl refri'shiniinls,
I hus doling a suci'essful yuar ami a
I'liii ucl  evening.
Contributors to
Canada's Wealth
Tin Amounts Oontrlhuud by tlia Uid
Ug Industrial
ll li alwayi uf lntereit to coin
iuuu llie values of the products of each
nf Ihe leading iinliiRlricH of a country.
Everyone will tell you tbat Canada il
ImineiiNi'ly rich, lml when you demand
I'liiiu uiul*, Ihey ara not iq readily
forthcoming a» ara general ilateinenli.
Canada lias not, ai yel, made inch at*-
ii'lieiil progreu ai to pern(|t a cloie
coiiipariiou ol tliia kind to lie made
for a particular year. Tba following
figures, however, ara approximation!
ol Hie value produced annually liy our
greateil natural resources and hy manu
fucturing: .
Weld firopi anil Dairy Pro
duca  ..: tttltJttmflOO
t'oresl Product  Hii.nii.'i/wii
Minerals    WfMJM
fisheries   ....*.. ,   HfttMO
Value added to raw produai* ».
by luanufacluring .... ttifiiOfiuO
ihe Canadian Bank
/of Commerce
—, i ,
Capital $15,000,001   Rest $12,500,000
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North Vancouver Branch Now Locatod at tha
Corner of LONSDALE AVE. nnd the ESPLANADE
A General Banking Buiineu Transacted.
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT
Interesl is allowed on all deposits of $1 ani upwaril,
I A. FOBBTBB    Maiilgir.
Christmas Suggestion
What Christmas Gift could be more acceptable to the
family lhan
AnExtensionTelephone
in that Sewing Room, Library and Den?
Wbal steps it will save during 1913.
And it costs a little over 3 cents a day
One-fifth the cost  of a good cigar
Call Commercial Manager
Telephone 98
B.C. Telephone Co.,
limited
FRAMES
It ia cheaper to buy framei for your doori arid wlndowi
made by machinery thin to make them by hand.
Wa ara It) a position to supply many uses from itock and
auy ilia ou tlie slim i m.i possible notice.
Our outalde frames Include blind stop and cailng.
Oall and gat our stock lilt.
Dickinson & Son, Ltd.
lilt! lln Esplanade Baat
P.O. Box 1719. Phone 222
F. TARN
C. T. BREWER
TARN & BREWER
REAL ESTATE
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS
Eitimatei Cheerfully Given        Telephone 208
210 Lonsdale Ave.      North Vancouver
HAY, FLOUR AND FEED
POULTBY  ifoPPI.IES A SPECIALTY
Timothy Hay (uew)
Olovar Hay, (naw)
Alfalfa Hay
Oruahad Oati,
Oali,
Luiaeed Meal
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PBIOBS BIOHT
B. k K. Chicken Chop,
B. k K Scratch Food
Btl Cracked Corn
laM'i Egg Maker
Uei Iaiict Ppmiet
Bwlft'i Beaf 8cr.pi
DBMVBB,IB8 PBOMPT
THE
Brackman-Ker Milling Co.,Ltd.
OFFICE: 116 ESPLANADE, EAST PHONE 4
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Ptttillahad Tuaadnyi md Wtoyi by Nortk Skin Pnn, UmlttA.
ORO. H. UOBDBK, ED1TOB AND MAN-40W.	
Rutu •* 8»bnrl|.Moni-Oni im, IIM, «• «•£■, Ife Vknt wrth, Wo.
Unitod SUtai and fornlgn, 111.00 par ywt,
AdTOrtlalug Bataa WUI «M Quoted Ml Application.
~T
Tkl Eipreai la davotad to thl Intereiti al tha North Hhore ot Hurrard Inlet
»»alualv|lv. Jt eoiistltutea an idvirtlllng uiodiuni of eiceptional value tor
ttfAlAtt iu • thorough and effective manner tba population pt Nortb Vaucouvor
Wty and District. Every effort ia wade to give ailvertlnri tba moit satisfactory
[wvlia.
/ All ehaugei in contract advertlsswints ihouli| ba In tba prlnten' handi not
/Mir tban 10 a. ni. Monday lad IS p, m. Wedneiday tl inure Iniertlon tn tkl
/ following Iuue.
ItUIUIll.-,   if.   iqiMiti.n,   iirj.   ■,.,.   rVfH!U ....
g seawained shore uf r,000 mile*. In
uiltlition to tbia iininiiiise salt water
llshing a ruu there ire 080,000 square
iiillus of fresh wutur tl tha likes,
abundantly stochuil with Bscolluut food
llshes. The total inarkiit vulun of Klh
ami Hah proiliicls lukun In I lie year under iiutifo waa (80,985,411!!, of which
»:!ii,l:!:!,ii!iii waa eonlribllted li.v the sea
llslieries whicii are directly under the
jurisdiction of tliu fisheries department.
Nortli Vancouver, B, 0„
lilt I	
.December 17,, mm.
TBAHBINLBT TBiBPHOUB
KATBB
Whatever specious arguments may
lie advani'iid to suppurt the new scale
of telephune rates between this city
anil Vancouver, lhe fact still remains
that the inauguration nf the so culled
"Two Number" system, dues not pro
vide the liaais which local public tioil-
ies were assured would lie laid down
were the cable route across the lulet
granted. Thnse public budies (and
through tbem, the eutire local phuue
Using public) wore assured in writ inn
by the I'. I. i'l  i' I"in lhat III" in
.■ .i,■.11,-i ii.i. uf Ihu scrvicu over the new
cable wouhl carry with It a reduction
of llfty por cent, in the ratea to Van
fuumr, or in other words, thai tliu rute
wuulil tben be live ceuts Instuad of ten
cents as heretofore. Those assurances
uiadif uu ee ie .uiu u whatuver to Iho
fad that other conditions would lie im
pusud, lint conveyed the meaning Ihut
I'onilitiolis wuulil iu ull respects (with
the eicoptinn of the price) remain the
■ame. lu consideration of the prom
ises thus nii'i' the fullest assistance of
local public bodies was given to Indues
ilm Dominion govanuneot to approve
the .ui.l.' route ami it is safe to say
that the efforts of those public bodies
Were a strong factor iu securing tlint
uppruvul.
At the time nt which the assurances
tu which reference has been made were
given thu 11. C Telephone Company was
familiar with the "Twu Number" sjs
turn uml thuy either knew ur shuiild
bave known whether il wss ur wus not
their iiiii'uiiiiu tu establish thut system with the iiiaugiiraliun of the new
culile. If it wus their inteiitiiin al
that time lu iiiuiigurute that system,
it waa their plain duly to slate the fuel
in ii straightforward way and to ex
plain just whut thu "Twu Number"
system implied und Ihus lu place the
leu ul public bodies in position lo take
such action to assist or to oppose lhe
cable uniiu Is they might elect us a
i.uuii. mil ut a imi" uuei'|iiii,n iluu lu
auppressiun uf information, but iu Ihu
light of the facts fairly ami fully
Itated.
If, on ihe otber huml, the deciaton
lu   i ;■'.cn  the "Twu Number" sya
lem wus arrived al by the Telephone
Compauy  sulisci|ueiit   tu giving thnse
i' uui,11    lu lueal public bodies, tben
iu ull fairness that changu sliuubi uut
have been iihi.Ii until ami unless the
Isienl uf thuse public budies had been
obtained.
In either case, thu 11. P. Telephone
Company has deemed it wise to adopi
inetlititls which in public upinioii will
nut only be considered unbecoming iu
a corporation uf its magnitude aud
•lauding, lml uiei li'ieli. which Ihere is
alreudy ample evidence to show, ure
considered (In put il mildly) unfair
ami which ure keenly resented Ity the
local huainaan public.
The number of calls which it will
be in.»-.mt lo repeat land for which
Iwo or more toils will therefore require
lo be pui<!) will prove to be cither a
large or a small percentage uf the
whule. If a large per centage, then
llie public are right iu concluding that
Ihu inii',.,.1 reduction is reully au iu
crease in the telephone rates ami are
pursuing the right course in asking llie
company In harmonize Ibis with their
promises. If, on the other hand, the
percentage uf repeats is small under
the "Two Number" ayateni, then the
Telephone Cumpany might be wise lo
forego llie slight additional Income ami
lo preserve thereby the confidence of
Die local public.
FORESTRY FACTS
The Chief Forester of tbe province
bai intimated to the Knpreii Ibe hope
lbat as many people ai possible
will avail themselves of the fa
cilitlei whlcb tbe Forest branch
possesses for collecting Information on
forestry questions, liesidng a 'large
end growing library the bnncY~fcu
numerous experti with broad experience in matteri of lire protection, forest nursery practice, tree diseases, etc.
'lu addition, there are constantly arriving at tbe branch accounts of couditious
throughout Hritisb Columbia, and doubt
less the experience of men who know
Iba north thoroughly Would lie appro
elated by tlioaa wbo live iu tba aouth
end ao on. I
Whether readers of tbii peper baye
lometbing 14 M' nt something to aik
tbeir lettera will be meet gladly re
calved ind anything tkit tke foreit
branch can dn lo assist in a thorough
iiiiilt'ii.iiui.Imi', of tlio furostry problem
will be .'niliii.iiii'iniillt undertaken
Huoner ur later the province will come
i n ii management of furest ureas sim
ilar to Ibuse In eastern Canada, lluasla,
Uermaiiy aiul Hwedun, ami It is lo lie
Imped that tlie lesson which Itiuse
countries have leurueil al truuioiiduiis
expense will nut be duplicated in Ihis
laud. Wilh Hrilish Culumnla rests the
future uf Ihu limber Initio in Canada
uud tu the extutit that she realities her
pusitioii will her prosperity increase.'
NBW  ADMINISTRATION  OF DOM
INION FISHEBIES
Afler careful investigation uiul con
sitlerutiun. Including ciiuferi'iices with
ministers uf the respective provincial
i'ei' • nim. ui ■. Ilmi' .'. II- Helen, minis
ter uf murine ami llslieries, has an
nouiiceil that a Fisheries Advisory
I u... i .i will bu creeled. This step marks
the mosl .important development which
has u.'i, |ui u iu many yeurs, relative
lo the efficient urganir-uliun ami ad
minlltrltlon of the llsneries Industry
There will be thirteen memberi on
the Fisheries Hoard iu addition lo Ihe
officials of lhe department, ami these
membera will represent the diversified
interests of lhe couutry un the fishing
industry. Thu interests uf cauiiers,
cururs, fish merchants ami fisheriiiuii
will lie safeguarded by Iheir represen
tatives.
Tne membership of the lioanl will
lie ui lnl i throughout the respective provinces. Novu Hindu ami Uritiah i nliiiiiliia will each have three
memberi un the Huard by reason of the
condition! being mure diversified lhan
iu the uther provinces, Tlie fisheries
uf Nuv il .'-.niui arc uf far greuler vulue
untie the fisheries uf tue otber parts of
the Maritime provinces ami iu addition
tu its Inshore luiut fishery the province
has a large ficei of banking vessels.
Une member uf lhe huard will repre
seul the bunking veaaali, aiiulhcr thu
inshore fisheries uml a third the merchants ami eenoers, The last iiumed
cluss has represenlutiuii because Mali
fax is tliu distributing puiut for cured
llsh fur the Mini lime  Provinces.
Hrilish Colombia has, as is well
known, a lurge suliuou fishery uml an
Important salmon canning Industry uml
tbe deep sea fishery is alsu very ex
tensive. The three members fur Hrir
ish i "Iiniiiii.i will represent the fisher
men, curem ami canuers.
New lliiiii'.t'.I. It will have Iwo lliem
liera, uue representing the weir fish
ies un the ilay ut Fuuely, ami llie uther
the fisheries uu lhe North Hhore, which
are largely io a 'litTerent class. One
member will represent the interests of
I'riuce Kdwiird Island. The gulf pur
lion of (Quebec will ulso lie represented
by one member; the inland purtiun of
(Quebec and aluu tlie fisheries uf Ontario
lieing administered Ity the provinces
themselves do uoi require represenla
tiuu uii the huard. fine represenlalive
will be provided fur each of the Ihree
prairie provinces.
As might lie expected with a boerd
representing interests fruni the Allan
tic tu the Pacific, il will be divided
iulu three committees, uue fur the At
luiiiii provinces, one for the prairie
provinces, uml oo.e for Hrilish I'uluin
bia. They will meet twice a year, be
fine lhe opening of the llibiug season
ami fulluwiug the close, Tbey will nol
meet all al the same lime. Tbia provision is necessary, su that the officials of tlif department may be able lu
iiii.ii'l The fisheries department will
be represented on the board by the
tlepuly miniiler ex uiii' iu chairmen, by
the superintendent of (liberies, Ihe as
sistaut tu the superintendent the expert
on the curing and handling of fish and
the commissioner of fisheries, Tha beat
means uf developing lhe Irade and kin
dred mailers wili be considered et e
meeting of the whole lioanl held once a
year. i
Tfhe members of the board from Ib'e
different provinces will no't receive a
salary, but will be paid in allowance
and expenses per claim w'nen attending
meetiug of tin board or iti cominitteei.
The important!' of Canada's fisheries is
vtiy great. The waters in ami around
tbe Dominion contain tbe principal
commercial food fishes in greater abundance than the waten of any other
part of the world. Tbe coait line of
tbe Atlantic provinces from tbo Hay
of Fumly to tbe Hirails of Belle Isle
witkout taking into account tha laiier
bayi, meaaurei over 6/WO milei. Ol
S. E. White
DRY GOODS AND
STATIONERY STORE
DolliToyi and Xmui Cardi
now on view.
260 First Street East
NOTIOB
Until furtber notice all business trails
mii.mi. uf 11. M. Iiinii'. will be 'I'till
with by I. II. Aakew, IL'.'I l.onsdau
Avenue, North Vaucuuver. P. O. Bor
10116. 3418
At Empire Theatre
16.00 ln (101,1)
The purchaser iif every 10c ticket
gels a coupon whicii entitles them tu a
chance uu the abuve named priia. The
drawing will take place at this Theatre every Friday night at II o'eloek
sharp. He sure ami see that you gel
yuur coupoui. (lur prugram for Toes
day, Wednesday ami Thursday, Decern
liei 17, II ami  III, Is us fulluws:
Tuinday—
Vengeance of Fate, 2 reels; Hison,
very dramatic story of early western
days; The Hull, nit, Majestic, a slory
with a good moral; The Way uf the
Traiisgressur, Puwers, a very funny
comedy.
Wadmiday—
Miss iiul ui, ui. Criisue,' 3 l-eli, inter
eating drama. Thaiiliuuser- (laiiinniil
Weekly, showing nippai.ii.-,: day by
ilay iu all parts of tic *'i . ; Locked
(lul, Crystal, a guud cuu    ■
Thunday—
The i-i.iii ... I-. American, ' greal
Iiiiiiiu uf Mtiuitshiners in Tennessee, :'
reels; Au Alpine Tragedy, Milauu,
Johnny un the Hpot ami Huw .lack
won out, 2 inuring guud comedies.
Tenders for Clearing
Tenders   will   be   received   up   llll
December 21st, IOU', fur clearing ami
lulling  wood, lut   2,  block   II,  II.  I.,
ium,   I'iiiii'nim-  on  application   to
.1. II. CAUPBKItl,,
l.ynn Valley.,
I . "   ' I "=
AUCTION
Of High Claaa Furniture and Plauu at
tbi Corner of Etdgiway aud Twelfth
Streeti, Nortb Vaneouvir, Baturday
Neit, il p.m.
Including elegant upright piauo,
uucli, solid leather chairs and rockers,
ol,I,ler rockers, cent/e lablei, carped,
rugs, curtaini, piciurei, electric Hi
lures, biimiiiiiik, choice gbblen out
liiillti, inaisive exlenlioii table with
net of oak chain witb solid leather
scats, crockery and giauwire, tabling,
lUllery, clock, handieome combination
bookcase aud lecrelaire, drop boad
sewing machine, cushions, thru bed
roomi fully furniihed wltb bedi, bed
ling, dressers aod standi, baby's cot,
-arpet   sweeper,   Ittllel till,  bllml,    Cir
peti, choice range, rooking utenslla,
kill lun table, waahing inn lune, heater,
bay carriage, oil slute, garden Inuis,
etc., ate. ilii.ids oo view morning of
•ale. Take rar to 11 tb itrett; go Mat
tbree blocki,-then norlb lo 12tb itreet.
The above lot li practically new aud
high I'lasa ind will be mild without re
•erye.
OBO, McOUAIO, AucUoiiiir.
128 Haitingi Bt. But. Phona Bey. 1070
Of Bioollant Furniture and Blfacta it
lot) FIBST Bf WBST
k illl
FBIDAY, DBOBMBEB auth
at 3 p.m. prompt also ut 1 o'eloek
in the ovening if necessaryi Hudroniii
uuii.' wilh bevelled pluie mirrors to
tha wardrobe uml dresser uml marble
tup nitidis! ii mli uiivenil dressers Ullil
wush ittiiii.li. in walnut, nak, as|i uml
mission Jgnpilsi odd wuabslnuils; all
brass'bedstead' wllh spriug and wunl
mallrnssos; all slues in hui|slends .complete; li i'uul uniiiiii sideboard uml t
fuul intension mil. iulile; 2 other extension lulde; parlor tubloa; nak pedestal; carpels iu good order in vulvul,
Williiu, llrusaulls ami Tupestry; mailing uml iiigu; lut uf chairs, ruckcrs,
Morris chair; upon beaten il ulher heal
era; cnuk slnve; kltcbuti cabinet; tu
bles, picture., ware, China, plated goods,
cutlery; splendid ouk hallslaml couch
es; i ii. in u ii.uii axes. Large quantity uf excellent blunkels, sheets, quilla,
comforters, blinds, curtains uml crock
cry wure. Other goods can lie iiirlnd
etl.
GEO. LOVE, Auctioneer
Hales carefully fonducled. Prompt set
ill-mi ni Furniture etc., biiuglil fur
i'usIi ur snbl uu I'liiuiiiission.
sons  or
BNOLAHD
SOCIETY
BENEFIT
i
Lodge Waotem Beat, Me. W
■   '   i
Mealiogi of tbii lodge era beld In
tbe Knigbti of Pythiai Hall, corner of
Chcslcrflelil avinni end Fourth itreet,
on tbi lint and third Frldayi in lecb
month, at 8 o'clock p. m.
Communication! end epplicetloae for
membiribip te be addrawed te Herald
Uei, iicriUry, V. O. kll Mil. 1(7 II
[bYNN COLLEGE
Ottawa Gardens
i nrucr uf Chuslertlold Avenue uml
Hixlh Hired, North  Vancoover
A |.i iv .ii-■ :u luiui for boyi of seven
yeurs nl' age ami  upwarda.   Kasler
term begins January Ulli, Ililil'
Prospectus sent un application.
IIKlllNAI.il II. IIATKH, 11 A,
Principal.
P. 0. Address, '
Ilox lml:'. Vancouver.
N. V. WOODYARD
iii.iiiiti corda of dry Hi wood for quick
■lie. Prlci per odd corda, 11.76. Spa
clal quotations for larger quantities.
Out Wood, 16 lucbai, 13.26. 13 inchei
HM. C. 0. D.
Office and Yard—Mih and Umdale
Pbone 190.     P. 0. Boi 2432.
•mni'iii iiv i mi. mimsi.
hi i.i UTIUNI
I'ual uillilnii rlglila of Ilia lioiiilnloo
III Muiille.ltu. Hi.Hl.y1. li. wan and Alleei
a. Ilia Yukon Territory, Ilia Norlli-witit
Territorial and In a portion of tlia piu-
vliitic of lirilisli e'eilmiiM. may bt leaa
•d for a term of twenty-una ytari il
an annual rental uf tl an acri. Nol
mon Iban t.SII atria will lit leased lo
ona applicant
Appli. .itluii fur a lease muat be inaila
by Ola applicant In person lo lliu Agent
or Bull-Agent ut ilia illiirlct In wlilcli
lha riglit! applluo for are situated.
In biiiv. ,..I lerrllury Ilia land muil
iee ilea, tile il by it.u iim,u   or ligal mb-
dlvlaloiia of ■I'tlliiiis and III unserve)
ad iei i uiei , ilia* tract applied for shall
lee   ataked  out   Uy   the  applicant   lilm-
eelf.
llu. te application muat be accompin-
ltd by a feu of lu whftfi will bt it-
fundtd If Iht righli applltd fur art nol
available, bul nul ollrtrwlat       	
roy-
i bt paid on tin merchantable
f (ht mint at Hit rait of Kva
.mtiam...
Hy ahall
output of
cinti ptr Ion
Tbt perion operating Hit mini ahall
furnlili ibt Agent with Jworn riturni
accounting for Iht full quantUy ot
intrclianlablt coal mined and pay tht
royalty tbtrion. If tbt coal mining
rlghtl art not being optrattd. auch rt
lumi ihould lit furnlihid tl Itut onct
a ytar
Tht lt im will Include Hit coal mining
rlghtl unly, but tin lesstt may bt ptr-
milled tl purchase whatever available
aurfact ilghta miy bt eunildtrtd neo-
eaaary fur tin working of Ibt mint al
tha rata if III an acrt
For full Information anpllcatlon
Ihould bt madt lo tin itcrelary of Iht
liepuiiiiit ut of Hit Ihttrlor, Ottawa, or
l.in
io'anV'agtnt or Sub'-Agini'of Dominion
■Is
W W. COHY.
deputy Minister al Iht Inltrlor.
N.   B— tiriaulhorlltd   publication   of
Ibii  advtrllitmtnf will' not  bt
for
paid
II •
Before Buying lour
Christmas Presents
Ut us ihow you nui' complete slock at
CUTLERY, !
CUT GLASS,
BRASS GOODS,
ART BATHROOM FITTINGS,
ELITE ENAMECWARH,
GUERNSEY EARTHENWARE,
TOOLS, Etc
t *■'•:   :  -, I
Such gifts comhine usefulness with beauty and will last
a life lime.
JOHNSTON & SALSBURY
THE HARDWAREMEN
90 Lonsdale Avenue     Next to P.O.
;
ti
TO SANTA CLAUS
We beg lo lender for your full line ol Christmas gifts in
Nurlli Vancouver: <
BOOKS FOR oJ^ND YOUNG,
DAINTY   PRESENTS   (N   BRASS   AND
LEATHER,     ,
GAMES, TOYS AND DOLI.S IN GREAT
ASSORTMENT. URGE and SMALI
Out nioliu:
"Excellence of
Service.
Quality of Goodi"
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J. E. Scouten's Book Store
(N. 8. Book and Stationery Oomjany).
38 38 Lousdale Avenue. PHONB Iill
OLAFOSER
BAKER and CONFECTIONER
n*
Orders taken for Xmas Cakes and
Xmas Puddings.
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143-LONSDALE AVENUE--143
Job Printing at the "Express"
NOTICE!
•      MEN'S HATS SALE      -
at Frank Col well's
DOLLAR-50 HAT STORE
1029 Granville Street Vancouver, B. C.
ALL FALL STYLES ON SALE NOW
FOR	
OPEN EVENINGS TILL 10 O'CLOCK
In North Lo
An Opportunity
Close to an open road. 50 ft. lots $275 eachr W> ca«h iifl monrf.lv
Also half-acre lots from $500 to $650 each,   iso ca«h $20 monthly
Onto Pkona 173.
BuldiuM Pbohi SM
MARTINSON & CO. N
62 LONSDALE AVENUE >•«.*• »•>«.       N0RTH VANCOUVER H
\it\ Mahon Avenue,
North Vs-n-uOiiy. .•
.Depember U, 1918.
Editor Eiprein
Deur Blri-Now  that  the BleoHonj
ara sp ''iim" upun pa, might I auggeat
through the himl courtesy of your pa-
par you roijueit tlia future uainlliluluu
aliuut to represent tho rutupayura in
tbe I'linni'il fpr Ullil In givu their views
An what lines they are prepared to curry
pp the limlneia of the eity.
The neur uounuii win have p very
ilitlifiili iiiiiiiiinn to DII.  The ratepayers
. have to lluini. tlie niii I'liiini'iiii for inut'li
UrdumiH work iu tlio pant six yoari, at
through the shortsightedness of their
poliulei.
The Perry Company wai taken over,
thni niii boat a bought; hut the muit
iiiliiiil.il' ni'tt'l, l.iiii„ilu)« llnriliiiis, niii
pureliuflinl. A great Iwieflt to the
tnwn, the ilruinuge lyneV yet when
thia wai put in the lots anVbouiea on
the system could have been\ouueetert
at a nominal coit of about ♦IW, today
hpy inilivii|na| connecting pays UWI
|o ll'it. The vacant lots have been
lu'iii'iiii.'.i jn value by being on the system, ami oeglil to baji lieen connected
anil ao uni ni tbe perpetual breaking
up of the permanent way. Roads have
been graded,   and,  macailamiied yet
.7"
i
Electric Household Appliances
Christmas Gifts
NOVEL, HANDSOME,  INEXPENSIVE, USEFUL
All our appliances operate by connection with an ordinary
household socket.
*    Wtw*
15 Esplanade West, North Vancouver.    Phone 66
macadamising, ihiimm are ■ maeij
down when*hey ny the Second.{/arrows bridge is a useless cpnimodify, yet
In the mind of many who have tlie
keeneit interest for the welfare'and
lliu ileyi'liipiiiunl of North Vancouver,
it Is atftopeless waste of money and
iillimall)' will not benefit tlit• iijty pne
dollar. Any railway wishing to'untur
Nortb Vaneouver could And the money
at half the coit that the small muni-
cipalities are put to. Today North
Vancouver is ouly p small residenlial
Kiilmrli. Show a railway ihul (hero is
good business |o come for, it will cross
anything to get it) but for tlie fui of
cruising tbe Beeoml Narrows it would
be very hard In persuade a railway
to run. Yean ago the council
iniilil have aecured at little cost to
the ratepayers valuable waterfrout. We
bave seen what could be done by the
reclaiming of the laud ou the Pell es
late; this could bavo been done along
the whole cily front, then North Van
couver could have offered advuulup.es
to railwaya ami other businesses and
In inne' frum the revenue woultl have
beeu the uuly cily on the i'acilii' coast
free from rules ami lanes. The energy
lliul has been put iu lo Iry uiul liuilil
up llie value of Ihe lumi al the nortli
tide of the present proposed bridge
coulil have been usuil iu developing our
own lily. Wu wunl iu tec our own
iuwn grow nol another municipality
railed Kust Norlh Viflu'ouvor. Tlie
rules today are heavy enuiiglj for the
preseut residents, bill (loil help ihrir
children in Ihu future time. The new
council practically slarl with empty
■ offers, uiiii luday if tney wish tn raise
Inure money they will huve lu puy a
bigger interest ami heavy underwriting
fees.   The ratepayers voted a year ugo
pave Ihey tost on ine nmer larger mini
thai bave been voted for their UUW
and other districts' benefit- ,
it is ijuite time that the cily woke up
uml that any mouey ipent Milt be to
llie benefit ami the advancement of itself
uml the men elected pipit be far sea-
inn enough to i»VB .the future generation frpm being driven out nf whit
niiee promised to be a most prosperous
position by the exorbitant rates.
Vours truly,
pf-\ HIIBBBT KITL'HIN.
I'liiiHium, Ontario,
Dec. ilh, 1919.
Editor Express:
Dear Sir—I see in the last few copies of your valuable paper of the intention of changing the name of your
eity. Having interests in your city J
tuke pleasure liy suggesting u name
which I 'think ii suitable, - namely
"Miiiiii'.iiui'i". My reasons for thii
aru that fur the gateway bf the At-
iiiuiii- wu have the great historic city
uf .Muoiri'iil ami on lhe Pacific the
great ami prosperous city Vancouver.
Ilutli eilies being extensively known
throughout the wholo world, thus the
wunl "Mont" would associate tbe
name with that of ils Atlantic sisler
uml secund word "(louver" wouhl identify il with its i'u. ilie' sister, and also
ils location. An additional reason for
using the word "Monl" is Ibat your
beautiful eity lies at the foot of the
mountains. ' For these reasoua 1 liereliy
submit that ubove name wuul.l lie a
must suitulile one. i
Trusting whichever name yuu decide
upun, Ihul it will be the beginning of
an eru of unbroken prosperily. I um,
Yours truly,
0, K. CAMPBEM*
HuliscrilieF.
FA0T8 AHD FIOUBPS Of OlfrUB-
MAN'S ANNUAL ADDBBSS
QBEATB8T M-BOTWOAL; POMPAW
IN THI* MVTBB
Ip the course of the chairman'• ml-
dress at the annual general meeting
pf the fl. ('■ Electric Iluilwuy Company
held iii l.iinilun yesterday, Mr. B. M.
Hiirnu i'uyne gave the following epitome of the remarkable growth of the
Company and its buaineu:
"In fourteen years wa have grown
from nothing to be about tbelargeit
elei'trieal enterpriie in the Ufltisii Em-
pire, with possibly ope exception. We
bave expended 4:111,111111,111111 of cash up lo
the preient, and in order to raise thai
mini tv.' havo bad to keep British Columbia and Iti resources constantly be
fore tlie investors of Qreat Urituiu,
and liave advertised tliu progress of the
.■iiiiiiiu day in uiul day nut, and we
have beon ami are still, the greatest
nii'iiiis of attracting British capital
to every class of enterprise in the proviuee. As uue result we have now
9,111111 stoi'kholilers.
"At a rough, but fairly reliable, estimate Hie cumpauy has itself ex
pendei! in wages since ISilS, $14,430,-
001), nul including contractors' wages.
During the past year alone we have
spent ou capital and revenue nccouuts
412,6114,717, oft which ItUfilt represents salaries fit' the lueul ullitiul.t uml
.lull ami .fi.ii/ii,ii.'u the wages uf uther
employees, leaving 48,li:i,;i6it, u large
proportion of which represents wagci
paid by contractors working for Hie
company.
"The lulul iiiiiiiiiii uf employees nu
the cotnpanj'i im. i utl u| .lune 80th,
1919,  was 0,6611, ami 'the estimated
auiiiiug au »>i«uK'» uuiuwuf pf.pt'nm
dependent on each wage-earner as two
we bavo a total number uf periorii
maintained by Ihe Britiih Columbia
Electric Bailway Company, directly »nd
through Its contractors, of 24,489, or
ll per cent, of the tutal population
served by the company.
"At thii end of 1898 we had 40 miles
ortrack, today WO have over 280. In
'iwiH'wu had 2,0011 |i.p. available, today we have 12,11011 h.p. In 1898 we
Were operating 14 passenger cars, iu
1908 wo had' 71, ip 1809, 87, ip 1810
128, in 1911, 240, and today weown or
huve under contract for prompt delivery illill passenger cars."     ,
Basketball
The basketball team of the local corps
of i'iiuii.liun Kuginoers last week
engaged in a match with tbe
team uf "H" company of the Puke of
t'linuuiiglirs Owu lliHei. Theie players hud jusl auiiexuil the regimental
ihuinpiiiiisliip ami wore, therefore rather surprised wheu the Nortb Vancouver boys scored four goals in tbe flrst
eighteen minutes. Tbauki to a particularly strung forward liue,,|hey main
tallied this same quality1, of play
throughout, uml finally ium mi evil
iug iuuu.- by 24 puiuls tu 18. «
'     Villagers Benefit by Oolf
For .: year'» use of the links, tba
Koyul West Norfolk Oolf Olub bai contributed Hit to the villugc of Bran-
ester. The muney has been divided
in e,|,i.ei prupurliuiis uinung tho residents uf twelve im.mli.' standing.
"'
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99 f
GREAT CHRISTMAS SALE
OF FURNITURE HOUSE FURNISHINGS
CROCKERY, ETC, DURING DECEMBER
Tlie whole of our $30,000 slock of Furniture, Carpels, Housefurnishings, Crockery, Etc, lo be practically slaughtered.   Take this opportunity
and purchase for caah at wholesale prices.
EVERYTHING MARKED DOWN. $10,000 MUST BE RAIS ED IN THIRTY DAYS.   GOODS STORED TO CHRISTMAS.
The Home Furnishers, m Lon8(lale Avenuc
-—Lo.	
"EXPRESS" CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS
4
In the Spot Light
On tht tugc of bountii iht spot
hjlu it on the man who advertises
Our I'lt-thed Want Ad. will
place you or yow mtdi ia lhc Ium
.tight of public attention.
If you have net triad llum, their
MumiruMg power will turpriie you
■.tmmamaiimm
FOB BENT
/
/
BOOMS FOB KKNT Houukeepiug
and single. 214 Had iimt eait.     ti.
FOB BKNT Four loom lat, ltil lit
iilreul aul. Apply 1462 I'arkei Blreel,
(Irandviaw. V, vi
FOB    HKNT      I TOOUU'el    liniele'Ill    ll'Ul
i      hi, A minutei from ferry. Beat lit
per month.    Pearl k Boult. Phoni 188.
FOB BKNT—troomed new, modern
houiei on Fall avenue, naar (ar line)
$20.   If. MacKenile. Phona Ut. ib li
FOB BKNT Five roomed new mod
aru bungalow. Cot. tlh aod ionea
Aveaue. Apply I. Walden, :<:':< 6tfa
itreet fait. 1711
FOB HKNT Two furnace healed
bedrounn, board If deiired and uie of
ilUing room with open fireplace, near
ear Pm.   Bo. 1411. M«
KOH HKNT (-Imii housekeeping FOB HAI.K Hhude liduue! Cockerel.
roams. Private family, 'lis, 2ml street 'Hit l'lth streel easl. 20 12
rail. 2012	
FOK
HKNT
Two
1
room
nl lap....
FOK   HAI.K
Firat
growth
WuUll
water.
ID  ami
tu
A
Hiniiii
k  Co.,
tl i.e ■ curd. O.
Mtlii.it
, MU Sth atreel
II Lonsdale Avenue
null
cut. I'hune III
If
KOH HKNT I roomed Hal, modern
improvi'iiieuls, llllli ami boulevard. Ap
ply F. Iloolli, plumber.- 1.1.
I'i in HKNT 6 roomed bouse iu front
of Palate Hulel Hie H H. Henna, :ml
llultleu   lluil,ltu>   16  llailiugs Btreet
Hal
if
FOH KKNT t roomed bouse, out
lo drug itore on 8th and lonidale,
lin. Apply II 11. Millard, 768 Uui
dale avenue.   \ tf
FOH HAI.K A few very ehoiee
White Ugborii Cockerels.. Appl) 263
61 b atrcat wul, North Vaueouver. I.f
WANTKD- I'l.Mvvuotl lu cut uu your
promises, it (1.25 a single Curd, Iwu
i uls, special price fur larger ijuauli
ties. Alio a quantity ut 16 inch wuud
lur sale at 42.60 per luad Apply J. II.
Foiler, l.ll 'ill. itreet eait. Plioue 871.
2112
FIIIKWOOII- Kir stuve wood It per
luad, hark, l'l per lua<l, Ilr cordwood
UM per cord. Bun 2'li)6. Phone 1196.
(1.0.1*. Prompt deliver)'.
LOST AND FOUND
FOK HAI.K t..'i baby carriage,
nearly new al a sacrifice. Apply lilt
Kiplanaili Weil JU 12
, ^ K ,
TO I.KT (iu«y Iveruomed modern
liungaluw, tlh ilreel, ■ lu..' lu Bidge
wiy -'lnnil 410, nice lawn apd garden.
II. II. Millard, 768 Umdale Avi. If.
FOB   HKNT   I ruum   luu.lern   bun
galo*, completely furnished, hath, hot
and co|d watar, electric light, neat ttf.
Benl IU monthly.   Boi 142, Kiprm.
IV 12
—
FOK   BKNT  OB  8ALK-On  euy
term, modern 4 room houie, lillb atrial
block from Umdale, 83 fivtilW. Fear
id and in gardio. H.m 422.60 Apply
Wood k Bon, Kvatyboly.'i Shot Store
FOB BKNT Modem aparlmenti,
furulihed sr unfurniibed, disappear
Ing brdi; telephone lud beal Included,
Colonial Aparlinenti, 8tb ilreit aod
Bt. Oeorge'i aveuue. Enquire ipirl
menl 4 or phone IK'iii 4111
FOB »ALB
FOB HAI.K Kbubarh root., baat lm
ported Kngliih »""!■ 0. IlitldsWtirlh,
Oardea avenue, I'apiliou. ,     1 /
FOB HAI.K - High dry lul iu block
13,   lot   16.   tio   reasonable   offer   re
fuied.   Apply Plooeir ilakrry, h. V.
1711
FOB HAI.K I'ullels, Bli.it Uiuur
ru, Barred Plymoulfa Hoiks ami While
Korkl. Hlevens, 2lsl ilreel ami Bridg
man. 1712
FOB HAI.K- Nearly ne* 46WI Uer
hard Hilatimau Piano, for 4876. War
buraiti Piano Home, W Uuidiie Ave
North Vancouvar, t.f
mmw
>
WAJTTBD
WANTKD   Dining girl for Auurican
i afe    Al, Ksplanad.'  West. 17 III
WA-NTKI)   Boomers, um of iilling
,a*\a. Apply 140 Firit ilreel emt.20 11
WANTKD ('uolra.tor for liud
clearing, sepflc laukt, connecting sew-
eri, teaming, cefdwsed hauling by con-
tract or by rord. Apply 1. Vincent,
Norlb Vaaeouvar.   * Mil
KOI Nil  i liilil   trlcfcle,   Apply  J
Wilkins, :il6  i.ob ilreel can.   1712
MISCELLANEOUS
TO KXCAVATOBB-We will take all
llic earth you bave. Wallace tbip
yards. if.
For fine walcb and jewelry work go
lu Ueo Huiuarluu, tbe new jewelry slure
at 118 Umdale Avenue.
MONKY TO U1A.N Money loaiild
ou diimoudi, jewelry, fun. Btar Loan
I'o, 811 Hastings,  Vancouver,       t.f.
Youug lady rei|uirei position ai
in.I\ help. Oood needlewomen, h . P. 0.
Bux  lmii,  Norlh  Vancouver.     17-11
Slmll lime loam on vacant or improved profiorly. Btar Uiu'Company,
ill llutln'gi, Vancouver. t.f-
Dreiimiklng parlori, Udlei' Tailoring, evening gowm remodelled, reno
valioni, etc. 118 Beeoml Btreet eut,
81b door from Umdali. 16-1!
Will lease lol, 78 ft. frontage in
Norlb Umdale, N.R. eor. Umdale
Avenue and Hraemir Boad, for term
ettniiag thorn Ave lo ten yean, wllh
lirst chance of renewal, on readjust
ment of termi at eipiratlon of leue.
Fine situation for apartment bouie or
buiineii block. Apply ojrner, Boi 474,
Edmonton I'   0, Alta. IOU
I lien   llllll'He;.'   lull. I       UdJCl'   TullllT
iiig, Opera I'luaks, Evening llovviis re
modelled, renovations, elf. I'rieos mod-
crate, 118 Second Blreel Kust, htb
door from Lousdale. 16 12
B.  C.  Livery aud  Board  itablei
Light  rigs  anil  ladies' saddle  horses
for hire.   Stabling for borsci.     Qen
eral delivery and heavy teaming.     II
Dumu, 4th itreet weit. Phone 347 t.f.
Authorised agent for dinger Sow
Ing Machine Company io Norlb Van
couvir. I J. Me Al. tu i', Dry Qoodiand
iiiui- ' Furnirliingt, cornir first unil
Lomdali Avenue, t.f.
Und (Hearing and Orading Uli,
Pete Andruei, General Contractor. Se
wer connections a specialty, bailment
and other etcavating work undertaken
Kstimatei fret. I2'i 18th alreel, weit,
Nortb Vaacouver, poit oBce bor 148).
Will the knuwn parly wbo borrowed
a gardeu hoae from lhe back porch of
No. 106 K. Iiiih itreet, North Van
couvir (secoud bouse eait of St.
Oeorge) about Hept. lOtn, kindly return
•ami lo above placet No queitioni
asked. 1419
NOT BNOUOH OPERATORS
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Railway and Wlreliu Oeucerui Bbort
of Kaywin to Trajumlt Hmagu
With new federal lawi In effect requiring railway! and ships lo be provided with -more telegraph and wire
Imi operators, /here ii a widespread
aeercitjr of men and wonjeo to work
llie keys. The commercial telegraph
companies are ulso feeling lbc short
age. All seu goiug vessels are now
required lu tarry two operators, when
one was deemed sufficient before.
Hthools for telegraph operators are
iin.Imp il extremely difficult to meet
lbc eii -mu ni ■ iif all lirunt'bi's of the
service. Tlie Morse Telegraph (lorn
pany, opposite lbe Orpbuum theatre,
Siiiiii. will gladly mail yuu, upon ru
quest, a catalugue outlining thi
courses for men ami women. Tbii li
the largest scbool of the kind in the
Northwest. ii I I'i
Womanly Intuition.
Mn. Flatlalgo-4'ha naw family ap.
slain Iiu vi ■ lot of money, out the;
used to he rery poor md ordinary
Mr I'lnilelKb How do you know)
Hate you called on. ttteuil Mri Flat
icttiii No. but iiien waa a half win.
bruited lobetar And a whole Cauiem
bert 1'beeie tu thelt gtlbaga can uu tn*
dumb maUt/lbli momto|.-Jodga
tijb Hia Haklta Changed.
'I thduKbt {on unci to iliire yoor
Mir.1'
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"I got Urtd of txtng called to in*
Ulepboiui juat tne mlnnu I wu lam
ani"-Detroit Fro* Vim.
Tee High.
A flatter af Id te Oa email Doy ot
tlie family, "-John-ay, ean yoo Heud un
your baadr
Vobnoy looked alartled.
"No," be replied if lit • moment'i
ttonibt; "tt-a too high anT-Hew fort
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GREAT WEST SAND & GRAVEL
COMPANY, LIMITED*
DEALERS IN
A1X KINDS OF BUILPINC MATERIAL
Office; 6(1 Lonadalo Avenue.,
Nortli i Vancouver, 8, 0,
Phona 191,
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Bunkers, Wharf and Warehouse,
Ht. Oeorge and Esplanade. .
Phone 171.
RENTALS
Keep Your Eye on
Our RENT CARD
We liitvi' houses Io rant ut all m i«< >. mid In every part of Die ulty;
■ !>■•■       Ln. li,. . .■   .-i.unlit  Ut   IllW   lulltulS.
We uro H«i Ueiii.'.i.-. in I.-,..!.,  im   n ni.,1 , I,., ■:. for both ivdlilttM
und mil of towii owneru. Our ulalements uml remitluitfea. uri; aunt
j.i .iniiili' . ■-.- i ■ iiniiiii, end, and nu detull uf thla aiu'dul duns uf
Servlt'i: >   - ,'i'i .- our utlentlun,
HUTCHISON, COMPSTON & CO.
ftt IrKiuilulf Avenue
lii;\T\i.  M'i;i i Vlisjs
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\iuiii Vuui'uuvtr
North Vancouver Business
and Professional Cards
CONTRACTORS
IIK.   ft It
ly intended  tu.
KaliuiuliiH   Kuinlaliuil   Free
J. W. BAKER
III lllll.Mi    I IIN'I'KAITIIH
iillleu: Dickinson & .Son's b'a«t<lry, Es
lilonade.  I'lione 222.
Residence;  Allan  llouil.  l.ynn  Vulley
I', ii.  Ilus  16,  l.yuu Creak,  I'lu.iit
X627.   .
NORMAN  WILSON
Building Contractor- •
All i lasses of bouses Ulnl store ItUiM
illgs, ulliee fixtures, ete.
lilll 121 ll Street K, .      \
Norlli  Vaneouver, 11. C    j
62c Pander St. W.        I'liune .Hey. 8852
CIVII,   KNHINUEKH
ANGUS J. CAMERON
a mm:, a p.
CIVII. ENGINEER
Irrigation, drainage, leveli, plant
ami specifications. Septic inula and
Iiiiiiiu drujpaue a i|ieciulty. P. (1.
llui '-'II, iiiiii itreet weet uf llowioke
Avenua.
IIAHINUTMAKEHS
W. NIELD
Cabinet Maker and Carpenter
Will .iui. iiiiii all l.iinlii ol wood work,
repairs, ete.
fourth Street aud Sutherland Avenue
P. 0. Box 2008
NOBTH VANCOUVEB
HOUSE PAINTING, KALSOMININQ
AND PAPEBHANCINQ
For Firat class Work see
ANDREW WALKER
131 Secoud Street, near Lonsdile
P. 0. Box 2411
PHOTOGRAPHERS
CARBUTT
.Studio   over   Dank   B. N. A.
I.oosdali and Esjiluiadi
TINSMITHS
N.V. Tinning & Sheet Metil Workt
> Flrat Btreet Eut ot Lonsdali
Loweit prices ami best work guarau
in.l uii tinning ami "In. I metal work.
BAW FILEHS
BAW FILER AND QBINDEB
All kinds of saws li I.■.I ami sut uu tbo
shortest notice.   Lawn mowers, knivua,
hedge abears uml scissurs sharpened. All
wurk giiurauleuil, moderate prices.
D. DOWIE
1231 Lonadale Avenue
Phone Bo
J. E. HAYNES
lliiil I.onsilule Avenue, North
Vancouver
Cabinet maker, picture fruiuur ami
jobbing wurk uml repairs of all kinds.
Designs uiul estlinatai lubmitted. Kir
uil ur.- Ituiiglil, sultl uiul ri'piiircil. J'iiumi
I.Hi.
OROCEBS
J. H. ENGLISH
0. K. OROOEB
Ami geuerul Coiniuissiun Mercliaut, 111
1 unsilalu Ave., North Vaueouver.
Phone 32t
WATCHMAKEB8
is your  Uuii li stopping or keup ig
irregular timet   If so, sea
A. J. HOOD
I'ioueer Jeweller, 811 Lousdale Avenue
Lynn Valley Temperance Hotel
North Vancouver
llu Hie cur line. Room ami huard
lluini accommodation for working men.
Contractor's men taken. Single meals.
1512 II. HAHTCOTT, Proprietor.
It will pay you to put a card in this column
To each customer making a cub purcbaae of ItM or ovir nett
week we will present a large bottle of Stephen'i Plcklei, which ni«ani
tbe beat tbing for your Xnm dinner. Come here for yuur Xmu iup
pllee, you will be aure ol getting tha beat, and not bf dleappoinud
with your Xmu cooking by using old itock/ The new tvteb eeeli no
more, we give full weight and quick delivery.
Oall and aae our llnei of Xmaa gooda, we have the igenclee of the
beat on tbe market ln Cryatalllaed Fruit*, Fruit Jelllee, Xmu. Cake*
Baiiina, Currant*, Peela, Oranges and Applet, tin very beet grown; t
trie assortment of Oandiea and Nuti, Cranberries, Orapea, Oarr'i and
McFarlane, Lang English Biaculte, alio all kinds of meat aaucee, Oliver
"Pack" HarlcoU aud (train Peas in glau, "Hpliu" Goods and all
klnda pf Preeerved and Canned Vegetablea and Fruits.
NORTH SHORE GROCERY
16th and Lonadala %. W. BBBBY Phona 247
I.IH HI, IHfHDVUINUNT AHRIiNNNT tt HKI1I I.H
MITII K UP1 (ItHHT UV HKVMHW
taku NiiTH'iti Hint the Aiuiament Schedule! appearing below ihuw
llm lumi assessittl for lliu various wurki of I.ucnl Improvement hereinafter
aet nul uud tbu uuiuiiiii uasusiud un uucli lot nr parcel ut land and Ihu nuiuoa
of lliu em iinni of titi.-li laml an fur us Ihu iame can be aaearlnlned from Uie
luat itivlstiil Aaseaamunl Ilull uml uthuiwlie.
AND TAKK NOTIOB tbat a Court of Revision u( the Municipality of the
"Tobruary.llll. at "
.    .iiiii Valley  Ituuil
the nulil Sliiiili'liuillii fur tha purpusu uf heal Inu coiiinlufnls uiiuliim the auld
I nm i l.i of Nurth Vancuuvur will bu held un the 1st iluy nt February, imu,
luiui' uf iiiuiii III the forenoon ut thu Munlciiiu) Hull, .Lynn vul)ey Huad
Assessments and for. reviling and correcting aald usuoiiiuonti
ALL Nn'i'li'i'iH nf appeal muil ho surved mum Ilia piatrlot Clark at bla
iiillci- ut tlio Munlulpul Hull, l.ynn Vulley Ituuil, North Vuncouvur uforeaulil,
ill I.uml i iluyu in Iuc In auoh i'iiui-i Of ItfVliiliiii
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atvm vm vi
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Total Assets        over 416,000,000
f UST aa a luccoaifui merchant malms
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111 It'll I It'll  liulll.lui',   |tl .id leu
No depuslt Is too email-tn uaaure the
depositor eunilderata li-eutiui'iii tlm
auvlii|;u iiccoiinis of thnse in moderate
circumstances aru :■■ lie-uiii-'ii with einii
ii-in. and wlill thai ubiepce nf undue
formality which makes bunking ii convenience and a nli -line
Tills   lei.iiieit   Is   uuv.   equipped   Willi
Saftny  Deposit   Boxes.
«1, fl, Hl'I'tVliN,  Ageut,
l«urlk   Vaucuuver
CANADIAN
PACI/FIC
The Scenic Highway
Auruaa Ikr liiuiliicni
Thruugh lii'l'.il.i lu nil purls uf llie
eulil ut  loweul  I'llleH
The pnpiilur route lu Ihu
Old   I .until.',
1 Hawaii,
Auali'lillil,
Alaaka,
41 . i liluu, and
Ipgm.
The ennui up-to-date Iruin survico
between Vuiicuuver uml Die l-iual.
Fui-  rules,   rescrvullonu   unit   ull
iiuili.i nn..nu.ni.ui upply to 3.
.".lnl i'ily l'u .. iii.i Agent, 134
il....im, . St., or It. VV. Bid ll iiiu,
O.P.A., Vuucuuver.
City
Woodyard
FIRST OLASB OOBDWOOP
$1.60 PER CORD
Stove wood, IU lu. 43.26 por load,
121n. $3.60. Frumpi delivery.
Pboue 660, ollice and yard. Comer
1th and Malum Ave. t.f.
•
The special attention of tiled on. |i
drawn lu tbe provisions uf section i ul
the "Munieipal Klecliuns Act Aiiieml
ment  Act,   I'li'l,   which  remls as  li.l
MMI
'    i'lu case lha regislered
ul liuieicr ul' lbc
fee ami the 'registered vendee under nn
Agreement lur Sale are holh owner! (as
defined in Ibis Act) ul' Iho suuu- land
or reul properly, thoy shall bulb l.uvc
" 'Iho right tu huve tlieir names entered
nn tho vuters' lisl, hut the holder
alone ii.uii havo llie rigbl lu vuli at
un) iniiiiicipul I'li'eilinii, unless he, un ur
before lbe day of election, by writing
under bis liuml filed iu lbc ollice of Hid
'cily clerk, waives or renounces his
riglll iu vute, in wliitli .ii til,, U'lnlcl
shall be entitled lu vule, provided lie
has ull lbc requisite ipmlilicatious uf a
voter."
Fiirms of waiver in terms nf tiie
above provision ifuiv lic'iiltiuinul frum
the undersigned.
W. AUSTIN III10WN,
Cily Clerk.
i'ily Hull,
Norlb Viiiiciiuvit. H IIH
ATENTS
■In all countries. Ask for our INVENTOR'S ADVISI-ill.whlt-li will lu- sunt free.
M.IHION A MAHIDN.
lit University St., Montrlil.
SECTION
mmnm—nma^mmm—mnn—mmm^m
Uf. iiiiii Mrs. Ilerwilt of North Van
couver are now residing iu their 'PT*\
residence nn futur road.
(Inuii progress is being made un llie
npeiiiii!: pp ot ; niilii'iluiul uvcniio ii u rt li
of l.yuu Valley road.
Don't forgot Ihu Jioalaitilia minstrel
onttirtuiniiient in the liislllulii Ilull
on Tliursilay ovnulug ut 6 u'clock.
Mrs. Mipnly bus niuilc urriingciuciils
willi Ihu I'liiiiccr llulicry nu Centre
mail In serve hut liincbes tiiiily.
The Lyuu Vulley Alblnlic ami I'iiiii-
ball I'lulia will meet in the institute
hall fur general business on Wudncu
duy ui Hiiiil p.m.
Lust evening Mr. uud Mrs. Unlit.
Mu;.ium I'lilcrluini'il the ineuilicrs ot
the spurts uml puslinies ninniiillri' ol
lliu   MS.   Zrllllllldlll.
A slure uml resilience is being creel
i'ii nn ii.i.i.ui. uniil fur Mfs. Blacker
who will ou ciiiuplt'linn of lbc liiiililing.
open u bakery mid cotifuctlonery busi
uess.
Mr,   Raymond  .Suntli  uf  Winnipajj
is u guest uf I'liiiiicilliir uml lira. West
uver, Frederick ruud. Mrs. Smith und
family will arrive in I.ynu Valloy
nest week.
At llle residence of Mr. uud Mrs
Wall, Hiiuil muil, while Ibey were cn
jnyiug llie cuinpany nf u surprise purl)
lusl week, a lurge bunging lump IV11
frum lln- celling uml ctploilod, ■ u..- in;
u Iiig blase uml iiuiiii cxi-ilcmcut, bur
I'urtuiiiitfl), lillle eliiiuiigc wus tlnniv
The concert iinnuiiiicod fnr Miiinluy
last iii lbe inslilule bull uiul In In
givuu liy lbc members uf lbc sports
committee of the .SH. /.culumliu, lias
I.ri'ii poslponed io Thursday, Hoc. 18th,
owing to tbe sleamer having lo go to
.Seattle for eual.
Tbe funeral took place nn Wednesday
.ni. iin'iii uf the lule llev. I'). II. Kulie
li1)' frum lbe North Vancouver M. tin,
isl cbureb. The sen ice was held liy
Ilr. I'bowii, awlsleii by Ibe llov. II. If
Net I uu uml others, interment wus
made in the Nurlh Vancouver coiiia
lory,
Tiie Rev. N. \ Thompson (lu gi.
bim bis full lillt) successfully pusit
bis cianiinuliniis lasl neck uml tnis n
Stimjuy   lusl   uriluiiicel   iu   tit.   .lulni
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There Will be a Victrola
in Your Hortie This
Christmas if You Buy
'■Uftsa'-"'
The Victor Victrola
and FIFTEEN DOUBLE SIDED
RECORDS. YOUR OWN CHOICE
$33.50
VICTKQLA IV,
$10
Cash
The Balance
(5.00
Per Month
cue nnai step intn sn* mmmri .« m*
church.
Tho ppiicort »|ltertB|ninuiit glyou by
thu I'l'iin Valley Ohoral society un
Sunduy uveping in tho Institute Hall,
wus u greut success; evory item uf the
prugrani was well rendeded. The an-
'cores uud applause showed the eppro-
iiul inn of the audience. The pluy
"lei on 1'urlo Kruncuis" was enrol
luufly .given ami the caste cousisteil
of locul lu|unt uuly.
A musl successful sale of work was
held luil Tliursilay |iy Hm Wu-
iiiuna1 Au iiiun nf Ht. i'l.iii.-ni -';.
church. Tliu sule louk place during
lliu :■ ■ i.-. n....,. ami '". .'inu,". In the
evening gumes wure indulged in liosliles
lhe business of selling, drawing for
cubes, elc. The result is nul known at
present, but il is believed will be
ipiile up In expectations.
Tbe hauling of u log ill inches iu
tl in in il i-r uml illl fuel in letiglh uu the
idee l.uke ruad was the result of a
wager belween Messrs (lermyii llmu.
ami lbe I.ynu Vulley Lumber (Vs.
I canisters up Saturday morning. Sii
hones of lbe Dumber t'ompiiiiy having
fuiIcil lu druw lbe lug up a sharp iu
rliuc frum lbe liridgo, the compuny's
tuuillsters luilguil u sum ugulnsl (leriiiyn
Urns.' four burse team. The conttil re
lulled io a victury fur the latter, wbu
refused iii divulge Hie uniuiint al slulic
If' enthusiasm counts fur anything,
lbe masquerade bull adverlised fur
Priday ucxl, lhe iliilh [pat., ul the In
.-iiinii' Hull, will be une greut success.
The urruiigciiieiils ure iu lhc builds ul
uu efficient commit lee who are spur
log uu pains lu muke Ibis, lbc lirst uf
ils kiml iu I.ynu Vulley, un event ever
lu be remembered. The lickets are bul
* I.ful lynl ii.lunl a gentleman und lady
friend, ami Include supper fur bulb.
Nu difficulty need be experienced in ub
lailiing musks, fnr the general sture,
turner uf ifilter uml carline, is pulling
iu u supply fur tbu occasion.
SONS OF ENGLAND
The iiiiiiiini "at hume" under the
auspices uf the Suns uf Knglaud. Wesl
em Huse l.oelge Nd, ililli, takus plute
uu Thursday, lice. Huh, ut t p.m. ut
ll«> I li OK. Hall, Mount i'lcasuul. it
expected tbere wili bu u guuil ul
li'inliinri' ut' members and friends from
Imiii shores uf the lulel. The even
mp's entertainment will comprise sup
per, ranis, dancing, games uml prizes.
Iieiiiiiiii bunds coupons sinned hy tlie
lit'uve inul Clerk tor euch and uvury
payment of Interest that shall become
due. unq auch signatures may he either
written. lllhiiL'i'iiplieil or stumped.
4. The aula debenture bunds shall
us lu in liinliuil uud Inlerest In- payable
ul the Diitrict Municipal OnW, Nortli
Vancouver, U. ft,
office of j
or nl the principal
thu Bank of Iliiiulltun fn ihe
city  of Toronto,   lu  lliu  province  of
itiirlu. pr al the principal off!
t
Over 5000 Records to choose from.   You can search the yliole world over and not
lind another gilt that will bring so much pleasure to every member of the family.
Victor Victrola* from i2tf to "
Come in, write us, or telephone your order today,
Walter F. Evans & Co.
Wholesale Warerooms.   Retail Victrola Parlors.   Mail Order Dapartmenl,
526 Hastings Street West        Vancouver, B. C.
Empire Theatre
North Vaueouver
Under New Management
This Theatre «ill be devoted lo Ihe
entertainment of the public by tlieei-
Inl,iiiun of wholesome ami elevating
pictures uml shuws, uci-iimpuuit'il by
guod music iiiui illustrated, songs Tbe
new manager bus connections wilb lbc
iiiuviug picture business in Vancuuter
ami ulsu iu Victoria, ami liis iiitculiuii
is lu see lliul lbc public uf Nurlli Van
cuuver eiijny the best photoplay cl
biliilioiis Ibul .nu be prueiired lie
member tlie Kmpire proprum will I,,
.buiigii.i every day.
Admission: Adults llle, children ne,
Open cu'iiii'gs, Uiiii) lu II; Baturda)
uml   Holiday  I'latinces, 11  lo 6. ilu IJ
Ontario, pr at the principal office o;
tho laid hank In the city of Muntreu'i
In the i-i 11■-■ 1111■.■ uf Quebec. The' said
principal aum ahull he made puyable
by the Corporation not later lhan oO
yniau frum the let «lay pf November,
ii. The said debenture luuniii ahull
bu loomed upon ihe rentals, rutei anil
'■liini.i.:: unr.,ie.uiii.' under the pi'iivls-
leiiiii of Iho before-recited l.ynn valloy
Waterworks liuKUlulluii By-Luw, I DO J,
und Lynn Vulley Waterworki Begula-
lieen '.in. min,uin By-Luw, UOl, unu |he
suld in.n.l.. slmll be iind Ibe sumo are
hereby al to prlnclpul und Interesl
minium, ei .1    l,y    the    emmie-ip.iiiii    ul
large.
I. There ahul) be set liable annually
by Die Treuiurer af Die Corporation
oul eel the said rentals, rutes and
e'lnn ii.'ii. und In ouie of a detlelency
then ne In.luch deficiency oul of iinnual
revenue, Ihe aum of till, for iho pur
pule of i"i iiilnr. u sinking fund fur lhe
payment ot safd debentures when they
become due and the sum of 12.100 fur
the pm in. in nf the Interest at the rule
aforesaid lo become due on such debentures .lin inn Ihe currency thereof. The
sulil i.iiiuiii. lulus iiiiii eh.iii ... ahull
hn " ii iuh ..... I. fruni lbc unnuul revenue
ot Ihe uuiiili ipnliit und sliull he puld
Intu a special uccuunt In the Bunk of
li.nuiii..ii for the purpose nf meollntr
tlie ul'uie nulil .'.Iiiliiiin fuml nnd int.,
cell, provided always Ihut uny moiieyi
Ihut may huve to lie mii.mm .1 nr
ivln. li inuy huve to he paid under the
ilmi i.n.  guarantee ""' uny surplus
beyond the sums unpiiiilly required fur
such Interest and Mnl.in,, fund slmll
from time to time lie trunsfi'i'i-eil frnm
the suld speclul iiccuunl nnd refunded
to the   hi,..in,   of the unnuul revenue.
This By-l.uw muy lie died fur ull
pprpoies us "The Lynn Vulley Waterworks Revenue Loun By-Luw. Ill J."
This By-Law Bliull cume Ipio elfecl
tin   Die   list   duy  uf  December,   llll!
I'uaaed by the council on Die llth
iiuv uf December. 1112.
fiecelved the ussent of llu- Kleelurs
ut un elecliun InM nn llie -
duv uf llll
Reconsidered uiul llniiiiv adopted liy
Die Cuuncll nnd llgned by llie lleeve
inul rifilt uml seilled willi Die 1'iirpni'-
nte Seul nn lbc
duy of 1012
Reeve.
Clerk
in in iiiii-.   DP  nni   IIISTHH i   up
NOHTII V.tNrill Vl'.fl
TAKK NOTICE Unit (he ubnve Is ,.
line eupy of llie pi-unused By-Luw unuti
which lbe vote of the Muiilclpulily
will be iui..ii wltliln the I..Iluu. n.i
i .. 11 i i,, i.in..m vU : In the Muni. i. ul
Ilull. l.ynn Vulley Huudi In ibe
ufflce uf Mr. T. S Nve ul eiillicr of
Lunsdule Avenue und isl .lumen' Road,
uml ut nullum Schoulllulisc, nil In llle
dlslrlcl of North Vulieouver. un Sut -
unluy. the llih day nf December. 1112.
belween Die hours uf S o'clock uin
ami 7 u'cluck p.m
JllllN il. FARMED.
I'M i'   uml   Returning  Officer
Is   hereby   given
vule   ill   tile   Kleelurs   of   the
l'l Ul.Ili NIITIDI'
llllll lhe vole uf t
Dlslrlcl ill Norlli Vuncouver will In
tulten ou lhc "Lynn Vulley waterworks
Revenue Uuii By-l.uw. lul2." on Sul
urday, lbe .mi. iluy uf Docembor, 1112'
between Die hours uf < o'clock u.in
and i o'clock p.m. wltliln the follow-
Iiik pullnii. places, vis. lu the Iiinii-
lIijuI lliill. Lynn Vulley Ruud: In the
office  of Mr.  T. S   Nye. ul  Ihe corner
of i   iu.iui.  .w.nu.   uiid Si   Jamea'
Routt, and ul tile ruplllllli, Sclluiilhuusc
lu Die ilistricl ol Nurlh Vuiicuuver, mul
the
uta who may he Willing to advance
red|t of '
8
money not uKceetjing In the wholo the
the aame Upon the HI.,,,
beulures of this Corporation herein-
ufte,' provided fur, a auiil or i|tma of
uuin of 112,000, uiid tu cause the sai|io
to be plni'tiil In the Bank of Hamilton
io the cretlli of the Corporation tu be
expended fur ihe purpose aforeiald.
i. Delieiuuiu Bonds of the Corporation tu the uinuiiiit of 112,000 In the
wliolu may be Iuued by the Reeve
und Clerk uf the Corporation In terma
uf the Municipal Act In minis ol may
ii.i deilred, Inn im single Debonluro
sliull be for u greater aum tban One
Tliuiiiiitn.l Dollari. Bach of the laid
Debenture Bunds shall lie algnud by the
lleeve uml clerk nnd ilia)! ho lou)ed
with the Seul'of the Corporation.
3.   The, suld Debenture Bonds ahall
beur Interest ut a rate not exceeding
alt
I
1
cy   i
There
I per cent- per mumm payable halt
ly on lbe 1st 'day of May und the
day of November In euch and
y yeur during thu  currency ot
it on tliu lit tiny ui »iny mid the
day   of  November   I
ur   'lmlim   thu
them,
ahull  lio  iiltuched   to   the   DebeJitytP
yearly on thu lit
1st
every   year   dui....
suld i u in-ill in. :i or any of 1
"' ini
linn.in coupons sinned by the Reeve
uml i'i. 11, fur each and every payment
of Interest tbat shall heeome due, apd
such slKUoturea muy be either written
lithographed or atamped.
t. Tile laid Debenture Bond* shall
ua to principal und lnlereit he put
uble at the District Municipal Office.
Nnrlh Vancuuver, B. 0.,' Of at the
principal offlce uf lhe Bank of Hamilton In tlio clly of Toronto, )n tlie Province of Ontario, or at tho principal
office of the said Bank In the olty ot
Montreal, lu tho province of Quebec.
The slild prlnclpul sum ahull bo made
puyulde by Iiln Corpuratlon not lulu
lhan 50 yeura frum the 111 dayi uf Nuvember. 1818. , ,
6. There : hull be ralaed and levied
unnuully by apeclal rale on all rateable lumi or impi invuieiiia nr real
pruperty 111 llie dlalrlct the ium of
1107 for Die nuipoae of furmlng u
mnl.inn fund fur the payment uf laid
debentures when they becume due and
Die sum uf 13.100 fur tho payment uf
llie Inlerest nl the rate gfureaald to
become due on such debenturei durtna
the currency lliereuf, und that Ip addD
llnii iu nil ulher rules tu be levied and
collected In the said district during
lhe whole currency of the laid debenlures ur nny ut then..
Nn rcbale sliull he ullowed on ilia
uuld special rule to be levied under lhls
By-Law.   .
This By-l.uw muy be died for all
purposes us "The Sebuol Site! Luan
By-taw,  1912."
This By-LtW ahull cume Into cited
on  the 3isl duy uf December,  llll.
I'uaaed by the Cuuncll un the 131 h
day of December. 1912.
Received the ussent uf the electora
ul un • I. 'ii.'ii held on the
duy of ,   111, ,
ii.. ui. iu.,. u iiiiii Ilnully    pi' 'I by
ilie Cniineil end Binned by Iho Re«v»
mnl Clerk  und  aeuled   with  tho  Corporale  Seul  on  the
day   of Ul
Reeve.
Clerk
1.1 I.l 'MIllS   OP    iim    IllS'lllll T    III'
MIHTll    V IM III Villi
TAKE NOTIOB that the ubovo ll a
true eupy uf the propoied By-Law
upun wlilch llie vote of thu Munlclpullly will be luken wllhln the fullow-
li'U peillim. m.iiliiiiu viz.: In the Munlclpul Hull, Lynn Vulley Huad; In
the ollli'c of Mr T. 8. Nye ul corner of
I.onsilule Avenue mui Sl Juines Koad.
uml ut i .,i ,!.■!..■ u. • ii. ui i ull 111 tbe
Dlslrlcl of Nnrlh Vuncouver, un Sat-
unluy' lbe mi duy uf December. 1119,
belween the in.ui.. uf 9 u'cluck u.m. and
J u'cluck pm
JnilN (I. FARMER,
(' M C, und Returning Ollicer.
riiHi.li' NOTICB Is hereby given
lliul lhe vule uf lbe I'ilet'ttuii of the
Dlslrlcl of Norlb Vuncuuver v(ll| ha
luken un Ihu "Schuul Sllei Loan ByLuw. 11112." un Suturduy, the lllh day
of Deceniber, 1912. belween.the houn
..f 9 u'cluck nm. und 1 u'e'lock p.m.,
polling   places,
;in, lulin .1  Kuiine, bus been uppolnl-I wltbln   the  following   pul Inn   place.
,-d Returning Offlce.  lu lultf tbe voles e vli .        he Mon   Ipn   HI IWVII-
t    ...nil      III, 'tell,      111..     M I    el      111,11.   Ill I *' ^ HUltl, 1       Hit'       UlHCC       OI        MT I it-
',   'A'VKlRf    ' ' N -,., ut the curner uf Lunsdalo Avenue
In ihul   I. iiull
ii. ui.i.i uf iin- Cuuncll,
in,, iuu, WM    II    MAV,
lleeve
iHlKIU-ii! JOHN ll   fei'MI.MKit
iiii t:
Diitrict of North Vancouver
Diitrict of North Vancouver
t    lll-MH    lu   aulfcotl.'r   Ike   I uuu. II
Uf   Ihr   I   "l|"..e.lleie,    ot    lln     llUl.i, |    ul
Norlb  11.u........  iu lii.r.'nit  ihr aum
ol »lit.iiiin iu hr ..iiuiil iiitnu Ihr rrn-
lala, ralra ur rkarcra vuli.rcralilr
.....I.,   thr  l ,itn  Valley  Hiilrnvorka
„   it   ii.  intt,   inns,   asd   ll
I.lap   I nil..t   WitliriturltN   Kr.-.illall
I.JI
ll.uulallnu   II,-la..,    IUIIS,   aad   Ihr
I.lap Vallr) U'alrrwurka
I nut,.hu. i.i  II,  I a,., HNM,
Hi.111..in under lhe piuvlsltna ul
ihe I.,iiii Vulley Wulerworka Ite^ulu
Hull n, luu   imis und the Lynn Ville,
W uii'l works He milnllu'i Aluellillhellt
Bj Luw. 11101. duly pusseti l..t lbe cnnnnl or tin- Corporation uf ttie District
ol Norlli Vuneuuver. curtain tenuis
Litis or chuiKes ure enforceable In lhe
l.ynn    Valley    NVaicrworka    Tuwnsite
lln l.lll     -in...
AND v iiiiii: as die amuum uf in.
nil which iiiln Ily Law la intended lu
create li the huiii uf 110.eoo. und lhe
ul.J.t I fur which tbe same Is created Is
the 'im i"ii uf the said waterworks
ayali'in In thr luld Lynn Valley Wuter
works Tuwnsite,
AND WHKHKAS Ihe eilimaleil
umount of Ihe aald rentals, ratea or
chergei chargvable aa erWesali) fur
lbe year lilllu lbe aum .uff 11,100. and
no uiiiuiiiii of muney li alreayly charged
lln nun.
AND WIIKRKAS Ilia .1.1.1.' It. created
on Hie tecurlly of Ihi aforeiald rentals,
rate! or cliuraea.
AND WIIRRKAS II la aatlmaled Ibat
the iihl rental!, rale! ur charge! will
be i .iiii'ie ni to make up the amount
uf Hu annual Iniereat and linking
fund 'ipuli the debt hereby created ana
ihul  there' will be no deficiency,
NOW, TIlKHKKORE. the Raeve and
' uuiu ll of lha I'uipiiiitilt.ii uf lha Dlilrlcl uf Nuiiii Vancuuver In council
assembled iiwilh Ihi alien! of the
eleclori duly obtained) do hereby enact
aa followi:
it iball ue lawful lor mi coi
ell fur the puriiose aforeiald tu b
.."-,
•hall be lawful for the coun-
row or iulm- by way of '"an from any
puise,n or ptisiiiis, budy or bodlei cur-,
porate who miy be willing to advance/
the name upun the credit of Ihe deben
lines uf 'this Curpurallun heieinufi,',
provided for. a aum or sums of monAty
m,l exceeding In Ihe whole thc »'.im
ot 110,000. and li, cause the stiiint tu
he placed In Ihe Bank uf Hunilltioji to
lha credit of Ihi Corporation for the
porpuae afureiald
2    Debenlure bunds uf the Corpora
Hon lo lbc amount uf 110,000 in Hi
whule may be Iuued by (be Rev ant
Clark of the Corporallon In  terms of
the Munieipal Ael In Ionia us may hi
■ .'-III tl     '
i greuler sum
indl
iii t.y the Reeve and Clerk
but no final'' debenturu Ihsl)
greater sum Iban 11.000 Kacli
of luld I ulu nluu' Bondi tball bi sign
ig.
shall
Cor-
be waled  wllh  Ihe Ball of tl
I    Thl Mid Debenture Bundli iball
hair Intereat at a rale not a»H<ilng
ins i iih i   oh'   miii ru   vim ill UIH
A    BY-LAW    lU    .llllllll     111.     I  Ulllllltllleeil
of Ikr Dlalrlcl ul Nurlb Vaueuutrr
lu ralar b)  "■) ol luau Ibr sum nf
ti'J.ieun  lu  in.i.lil,   tut  Ibr  purcbaae
aud clearing ul Ickuul fellra.
WHKHKAS un lhe 21sl iluy uf ilclu-
ber, i'ei- the H....1.1 of Sellout Tins
lets for the lllslrlel iif Nurlh Vuncuuvei   luld   befure   llle   liltlllklpnl   Culill.il
u   i' i. il''i  estimate  uf  Hie  sinus  re-
.lulled   by   Hie  Iluulil   lul   111,'  ptlltliii.e
clearing  mid grudiiig   "I  schuul  sites
III   sultl   ilistricl.   .,1.,.mi.in ,    In   ;'."'!.
Hi,, sultl  sites being  in  lilsiilcl  Luls
Wl, 012. ill, 711 ninl Ui'l reapecllvely:
AND WilKRI'iAS no Hu illsl day of
miober. llll, Hie Muiilelpul Cuuncll
iii,..lit rejected uml disapproved sultl
.allloulcs nulil Blith Huie us Ihe Kiel
urs sliuiilil give Ibeir ussenl to i> ByLuw ful luiiun. Ihc sold sum of (CI.
000, fur llle purposes uforviald;
AND WIIKRKAS oll llle 2ml iluy uf
November. 1912, lhe Beeretury of sultl
lluuul uf School TruBlcrfl muile u wrlllen request lu the lleeve uf the DIb-
Irlcl for the submission lu Ihe Kleclori ut u By-Law uiitliuiliiiig Hie iji"
pused eMieiiiliiore uml fur rulslng Ibe
inuneys i-uqulred lu defray the snnn
upun  the eledil of the Munlelpiillly
AND WHKHKAS the uinuiiiit nf Ibo
debt which this by-luw is nlendcd to
creute Is the suni uf IM.O00, and lhc
object for which lhe suld debt Is
created Is the purcbuse und clearing uf
schuul sites us ufuresultl:
AND WIIKRKAS liy ll Speclul Huiii
dllted llle llll, duy of NoVellibei. 1912.
Hp. Cuuncll of Public Insiruellnii buve
uuihorlieil Ihe cxiciislun of Die luun
tu be rulsed under ibis Hy-Luw over
i> period uf 60 yeuri fruln Ihe dule
when lhls By-Luw lulies eftecli
AND WIIKRKAS It will be necel-
Bury In ruin- unnuully by speclul ruin
Die lolul sum of 1100700 for 00 yeurs
for the repoynieiil of lhc euld loan iiml
Interest ul I per cent, per milium n»
herelnufler provided! '
AND  WHEKKAS the  vulue of    the
Uhole ruleuhle lurid or Improvements
reul  properly of  lhc  Munlclpallly
ordlng  lo lbc  lual  revised uncus-
,nl  niii uinuuftis to 11.013,710;
AND  WIIKRKAS  the  aggregate   of
t, Debenture Debl of the munlclpul-
' lexccpl for worki of locul Improve-
I and Kbool purpoiea) amouiiia lu
Hll 000
j'lKHKKOHK lbe Kecve und Cnuncll Vf Ihe Corporation uf the Dlalrlcl
of iorlb Vancuuver In cnuncll usseiii-
(with the uaienl uf Ihe Kleclori
uritl SI   Ju s' lluini. nnd ut Capilano
Schuulhiiiisc. lu lbe dlalrlct uf North
Vum 'oiiver, ulld Hint Jolnf U. Farmer
litis  been uppulnled  Heliirnliig Oltlcer
It, lulte' lhe   t"l' u Ilf "in ll   Kl" Uni' with
the usual powers III Ibul behulf
Ut   Order of lbe Cuuncll.
tSigned) WM   II   MAY,
Reeve.
iSlgnedl JOHN ll   I'.Mi.MIMi
C. Sl   CT
IIISTHIIT   OP    MIHTll     VAM.lltVI.il
t        VO'I'BBI' l.l«T
NUTIt'B—Attention Is drawn to the
niu'.n.lulu uf the "Miiiiiull'iil Kleelliiiis
Ael Aliielldlilt'lll Act. 1!H2, which provides  ns  fe'llllWIi:
in cuse llie registered hulder uf the
fee und Hie regislered Vendee under
un Agri'cincni fur Sule ure both ownera
ms dt'lllied III this Act) of lllc Sultlo
lnnil or reul properly, they ahull both
It..v.' Hie right lo have Ibeir names
"enured oii the Volera' Lilt, but tha
ultler iiluim shull have Ihe rlghl to
nn.   ur uny Municipal  Election  uu
of Kit
ug under bis hu
in the ollice of ibe Municipal Clerk,
ess ln>on or I'.fieii 'lln   duy ot Kief
ilmi. by t.iiiiun under bis hand Hied
tViilv, n ur renounces Ills light lu vule
"In   . in. I. cut lhe vendee aliull be cn-
inle'l iii Vule. pruvlded be hua all tba
it-.iiilslie iiuiillllculloliB of a voter"
Resldeiil lie.i.u. vute tn tbu Wurd
In which Ibey reside Non-resident
eleclori vule In the Wurd lu which the)
hnve lbe Imi;.ni iiiiii.iiiii uf property
III vulue ,ie.Hiding lo lbe AslcflSlnenl
Roll
' No inn sun Is . mnl. .1 tu have hll or
Inn mime twice tillered on the Annual
Viiiera' Liul us u Volar In Hie Munlcl-
pullly.
JOHN H  FAHMKH, CMC.
Are You Moving
We do moving of all kindi. Give ui
a trial. We also buve heavy teaiui hy
Ihe day -express uml baggage, or wheu
you want wood, call or phone 07. We
nuve a large slock of mill wood I81I6
inch length!. Furnace wuud a ipecially
I'rumpl. deliveries >
NOBTH VANOOUVBB TEANBFBK
COMPANY
12 Lonidtli Avium
Pbone UV. Wood OOD.
e have some good, inside buys;
also good acreage listings Lynn
Valley Sub-division.
f] Let us quote you ralei on Fire, Life and Accident
INSURANCE
Phoni lit-
McMillan & reid
10 MW8DAUS iVVBNO*
,
/?
"1
'     .1
m
■ .a. tJMua a, ciugiauu nom muir annual "at home" in the I, 0, 0. P.
hall, Mouut Pleaeant, uu Thursday
evening at 8 o'clock.
/
Mohm, B. McMillan, W, Scott ami
8, Barclay havu. returned frum a sue-
cessful two weeks' buuting oipedltion.
During their wanderings the party.un
iieied eight deer, lunuiiierahle ducks,
and also hit a Hue streak of,fishing
luck,
The slreasof I'lirislmaa business has
iinini appreciably facilitated at the In
eal poat "ilie" hy the initallation pf a
separate wioltet for pun-els hy mail.
Tliia department will uow up longer
Interfere with the business coiulliet
ml ut the stamp and money order
wicket aa heretofore.
Tomorrow evening'In. tha Ilortietil
tuml Hall a I'li'inl imliin!'. lnlli takes
place uuder the auspims of the Ninth
Field compuny j Cunailiaii ...igiuoiirs.
Judging liy thu i. i.-l in i i im i >- whispers
nne iimirs lhe function is guing tu ho a
prouoiiui'uil success in every respect.
Tlio city councils representatives uu
lhe delegation to Victoria iu cuunec
tiuil  Willi   Pacific  I Ireul   liliuleni  lliilllli.
riiporli'il upuu Ihis missluu last oven-
iug ui tliu city lilill. Thu mayor iiu i-
tleiilully  culled  iilliiutlnn  lo tliu   fuel
SNAP
ON 18th STREET
One-hall Block Oil Lomdale Ave.
Ut 41 x 132 Feet lor
$1050.00
All Cash, or $1150.00
on Terms of One-third
Cash, Balance 6, 12.
and 18 Months.
Agreement! oi Sale Purchaied
H00D&S0UTAR
Phoue 162
P. 0. Boi 2397
213 Lonsdale Avenue
Wood k Hon are to be congratulated
on limit Christmas window display,
wlilcli la mosl iin.i.'milt ,i.'i'iii;ei.'.i and
contains u sliowihg of fuul wear in nil
shapes and styles ThrlulITug Canadian,
Knglish and American shoos and
limits |iy thu best mukers. The Arm's
showing of alipporg Is very line and
thuy como in ull kinds uf material including leather, fell u'ml vulval. They
wuubl iiiul.e most suitable Christmas
and Nuw Vear's gifts fnr father, mu
ther, sister uml lirniher. Wood & Hon
ure tlie pioneer siinemun uf the north
shore, uml huve llfly years prucllcul 11
perience at yuur service,
M. S. McDowell and
Wm. Knowles Seek
Aldermanic Honors
OTHER CITIZENS ANNOUNCE CAN
DIDATUEE FOK OOUNOIL AND
SOHOOL Bj^BD
Candidate! fur public urtlcu at the
i'.i ii.' ui.,,i," civic elections are now
beginning In uiiiuiuiii'o lliemseives ufler
a sumuwhul lung periud uf mii.lesly.
Aid. Hiss, (in.uui i i In. 11 nin ii uf llm
Huard uf Works, lias staled thul he
wili contest wunl VI, while ii is prali
uble thai Aid. Mfiluc will sluud again
iu  Ward  I.;
Mr. M. H.iMcDowell chairman of
the bourd of school trustees nus been
eeii,U..I Domination for-Wunl l,V. and
has announced' bis willingness to contest Ibis ilitininli. Mr. Me liutt.il bus
not yet decided whether or'vol lie
will .withdraw frum the ichool buunl,
uf which body be would ordinarily be
a meuilier during llie comiug year-
Mr. William Knowles has divided In
again seek alilcrmunic honors ami will
cunlest Ward IV.
Mr. A. 0. I'erry and Mr. Heo. Iluy
will seek re electiou us sciiool troslces
from whieb buard Abl. Fraser has an
hounced iiis deeiaion tu retire. Tiie
name of Mr. A. It. Htcacy is mention
ed as a candidate fur trusteeship.
Iifl,
I'upies of lbe 11-pn - Christmas
lioo cun be liud al Ibis office.
Appointed is a complete lilt of the
louden for a city hall site received an
Monday last week. Theie will be considered by tbe enuncll al a /ipeolni
meeting tomorrow.
Charlei cross, lots, in, i'i and u,
block itw, P. I. 871, *7b,ihiii.
Thomaa I Kickham, lull I'l ibi, blue I.
1.1(1, 11. I,. 'Ill, ♦00,000,
,1, J, Woods, lota ll, block JISS, Ii.
u tn, mm,
Tiiniiius Stewart, lots 17 BO, block
lilt), n, tv, B7.1, $60,000.
Win, T. Tlioriiton, luts S un.l ft, blni'k
Ii. 1174, ♦.10,000.
Huulty Financiers, Ltd., lota, 1, A,
:i, t, L'l), :i(i,-:il, lis, block IIH, I). L.
2U, ♦ail,800.
' A, 11. Nye, lots Ml. block 11.1, 1), h
n IN,  ft 111,111111.
Win. Kirk, M.D., lot 7, block UO, I).
I„ oh, $10.11011.
Will, lluili'y, lnl.- 1-0, lllock 110,1). I,.
616, 110,000 (huuse wurth ♦111,0110 In
cliuicli).
,1. I1. Hi.uin-, lull 17 and Ifi, block
I III, I). L. UIH, ♦00,11110.
Carolina H. Murilen, loti III, block
lllll, I). I.. Mil, ♦70,000 (less building
thereon).
W. I'i. Newcombe, lot t, block iuu, I).
L. .itll ami IU, ii,,uu.
W. II. Ilasliiii, lot 10, bluck 100, D.
I,. Sill, ♦7,5illl (less.building).
|....il.'en. II. Irwiu, lut 11, bluck
Hill, 11. I,, .itll, ♦7,600 (less building).
Kullierine II. irwiu, lul II, bluck
lllll, I). L. 6411, ♦10,900.
(1. I'. Arm It. lol III, block 87, D. 1.
640, ♦16,000.
Melissa Ilrown, lot 1 ami uusululi
vlded portion of block 04, I). I.. 649
B74, ♦116,000.
Ilenson Uladwiu, luts Mil, block 07,
I). I.. 540 274, ♦11,000,
Alei. Mouth k Co., lola I ami ..
block *5, li   I.. 640, ♦76,1100.
WuiSlni.leu, luts^ifl, lllock 86, I),
I. 540, ♦41,01111.
Win. iSimpsun, uorlbwesl purlion of
block 74, I). L. 540, ♦14,000,
Mary V, Chance, sootliwesl ai're,
liluck 76, I). L. 640, ♦'J6,0iltl.
K I'. Oilman, lols 1 5 ami adjuining
acrea, block 611, I). I, 6411, ||/W,i«K)
W.     II.     .Muiilellus,     IIO    de-. ll|eUuli.
prububly luls  It III, block   111, I).  I,
274, tm..
.lames Clark, lots I ami 2, bluck 0.1,
II. I,. 540, lit inni.
Huard of Hehuul Trustees, luts 12
14, part of 16 ami 16-17, 10 and It, pari
of 211 ami pari of lane in block 1.14, II.
I,  271, not formal teuder.
$1.00 down, $1.00
week
The Canada
Pride
A Malleable
Steel Range
In the lasl year we hate sold over one hundred uf Ihese stuves in
Knrtli  Vuncouver.   Tbii year wc expect eveu a heller record.    If you
; need a reliable range, it will pay yoo lo seu this one before deciding.
We guarantee ubsolule »ttli«.lte imu  ou every range.
Patterson & Goldie
HARDWARE
Phone 88
105-7 M'nade Weut
NEWPORT
We have tome of the cheapeit buys.   Good location
adjoining the original Towwilc.   For full particulars iee
CARDINALL & MacGREGOR
101 ESPLANADE
Local Agenta for Britiih Empire Bon* Iuauranci Co., London Aaiuranci
Ootapaajr
W* will b« plaaaad te bar* Hating*; alio honue for eala ar rent.
Vhmn m V.O. tnttut
Sacred Oratorio by
St. John's Choir
The sacred oratoriu by Farmer
lille.l "('hrisl ami Ilis Hohlitrs" will
be given by Hie chuir of Hi. John
church assisted by au orchestra of
twelve pieces uu Tliursilay evening,
December 10th, at 8 o'eloek. ll is lo
be Impel thai a large n umber uf people
will pulmonic this event which prum
ises tu be une ul the best ever held
un llic north shore. Heveral capabl
musicians ami vuealista have pruiiiisci
Iheir assistance iiiclmliug Mr. Ailainsuu,
Mr. t-n.iiy. Madame Normioloii, Miu
Adatnaun, Mr. lluwe, Mr liuolay. Mrs
Anders ami Mr. Kvani. The w ,rk will
lie under the direction uf Hr. VV
Upeu, umi Mr. II. K. Hlriidrn. A
collection will be lafcru towards the
new organ fuml.
Telephone Co'y Asked
to Curry Out Promiiei
(.'OMMITfliU    OF    OOUNOIL    BE
POBT8   UPON   INQUIRY   INTO
HKVIHED BATBB
Tlie members ul ine special lelephnue
liiiumittea uf llle city uiuncil having
reported upuu their mission lo Hie II.
.'.     Tele |,in,lie     ('o.     lu-i     vletilllp,     till
eouueil issued instructions to lhe city
clerk lo aak lhe 11. li. Telephune l'u
lo lulni their pledgci mule lo Ibi
lie-in.I iif Trade and lo the city coun
cil lo reduce Ibeir telephone rates
fifty per eenl. .
Aid Hick repealed bll rimarki of
the last masting of lhe council, claim
ing Inal Ihe uew regime resulted in au
increased cosl of 1X1 par rent Initiad of
ltd per cent, derreaie ai promised. Tbli
the committee had itated to a repre
.".iiiiiiiie of lhe company and Aid. Dick
coniidered that the eiplanatlou which
wai forthcoming mm eitromely uuulis
factory. In faet the official they Inter
viewed Mid that he did nol know who
bad Inen given authority to write
promising a tn pat cent, reduction.
Aid. Foremen corroborated tbi former speaker'i remark!.
Air. Irwin thought the ^telephone
iompaiiy ahould ha written to and ask
'i lo carry oul tbe agroemtn! ai pro
nisei in Ibeir letter! without any com
plii'sliniis, tbe put condition! being
iillu'M'.i to continue lo regard to con-
uei'lioni and only tbe rata bilng al
lered to t centa per fhrae minutei.
Aid. Dick meutioind tbat Ibi com
pany I bad itaUd aa aa ncuie tbat
Ibey Jitd publlihed la tbe paperi their
Intenjlon   to  adopt   tka  twonumbar
yaw-.-.   ,u   auun    wuai   mo   mUUUUIUBr
system was.
The drafting nf tin letter waa left
In tlie hands of the same committee,
It waa pointed out by Aid. Irwin
tbat there wai' un complaint of auy
kind being levelled at tho local management.
City's ByUwi
Carried on Saturday
ELEOTOBATB VOTsAjSaVoBABLY
OH M8ABUBBS IJTOOI.VINO
OVBB HALF MILLION DOLLABB
The eleetnrute uf the eity uf Nurlli
Vancniiver un Saturday voted favur
iild.v on uil lln- bylaws which wure
miliiiiiiii'ii. Thu polling wus as ful
lows:
lly-law lo collide tho Corporation uf
lbe tilv of North Vancouver to guar
uniii- the payment of Debentures io
lie Isiiied by the Nnrlh Vaucuuver
t'lly Ferries Limited to thu anient uf
$142,111111 and Interest Ihereun:
Fur UW
Agaiuit     ,12
Npuilwl        1
Ily law  tO  limbic  thu  l'ul|ei,iiiln.ii  of
the lilt of Nurlh Vuncuuver In guar
uiiiec tlie |.i'.mui,i uf Debentures tn
lie issued hy lliu Nurlh Vuiicuuver
I'ily Ferries Limited, lo Ihe extent uf
11 Ili,iillil ami interesl thereon.
Fur    '. 1112
Against     211
•Spoiled  t    .1
Hy Law tu ouuble the Corporation uf
the City "i Nurlh Vancuuver lu guar
unlce tbe payment uf debenturei to be
issued by llle Norlli Vancouver City
Ferries Limited, lo the eitent of fit.
WW ami interest tliereum
Fur 1112
Against   2d
■Spoiled       U
liy Uw in enable the Corporation of
ihe city of Nortb Vancouver to enter
into and execute an Agreement Willi
lhe Hurrard lulet Tuuuel ami Hridge
I'unil'iiiii for Hie purchase of shares io
the capita! stock of the suni Company:
For    HM
Agaiusl     211
Spoiled      2
Hy law tu enable lhc I'urpuratiiiti uf
the Cily ot Nurlli Vuucuuver to raise
by way uf luan the sum uf due Hundred
smi Fifty Tbousaud Dullars fur the
purcbaae uf shares ill Iiiii capital eluck
uf llie in.i>..in Inlet Tunnel and Hridge
Cumpany:
For   Dm
Agaiusl   :t2
Hpuileil       4
Hy l.ew to enable the Cily of North
Vancouver lo raise by way uf I'an Ihe
sum nl ti'.'..uuu for school porposea io
acquiring by purchase an additional
achool site vtilliiu lbe suid eity:
For    lit
Aguinit   ilfi
Hpuileil        7
Mr.  Austin  Hruwn, cily  clerk,  wi
ie inn.inf.'  officer.
uinstmas uins
Now that the Chro£
mas season is here we
invite every one to
examine our stock of
Christmas goods.
We have a Stock of
ltable cutlery that will
bear anyone's inspection and our carvingi
sets are the best.
Don't forget our stock of kitchen ware
for the Christmas cooking and baking,   '
——^——i———
-amnan ,    eeae^—aaaa.
paine & McMillan
NOBTH   VANOOUVBB'B   LEADING   HARDWAHE   MBBOHANTB
Phone 12.
FIRST STREET AND LONSDALE
N.V. Dock & Storage Co.
LIMITED
FOR LUMP
OR NUT
COAL
20 Lonsdale Avenue    Phone 568
The Smart Set at
Lonsdale Theatre
Oontluuad from page 1
aiul iiiterprelatioii were guud. Mr
Victor .liiikiiut at-fincd tu have u ym
■ haul fur the lathes, as in bulb his
numbers be made tbem lim Ibenie, lie
lias a pleasing baritone volet. Mr. H
Adainaop'a ityorou, buss was heard lu
aehautage witb Mrs loiing in a duct
with a swinging refrain Mr ti. II
Hloi'cll 'iluI,Ine Haiighi-io sang a nil
licking sung dilh lols of snap, niip-
ported by a rollicking chorus.
'Mie pianist ami acconipuiiiat was
Mr. II C ililliam (Lloyd Holland),
wliuse ri'pulaliuii a. a versatile artist
was much enhanced I ■ his perform
ance. As a pianist Mr. Hilliaio has ao
ex.illiiit tccliiiiijui',. his Interpretation
is always intelligent ami artistic, be
cause restrained, ile is autliur uf the
wurds ut Iwu of the soogs woicb were
sung, "l.niiieV lols" and "J'cacc"
ami compost! of the music l„ llic for
iu. i song, ami of one uf lhe dances
His original musical sketches of Ihe
uat uf the tout "Tht Vicar of Hray"
by iilt.ni.i i'.u,id. with widely differ
tut Idrat, wat eilrerntly clever, ami
aa an rncort he gave another urigiual
musical sketch, tulillad "A I'ianovel
.ill      '      Hotll   -l.el.lee-   Wilt   t ... 11. | ...I-
ly applauded. Tbt rehearsals havt been
undtr bis direction, and much rrtdll
It dut hlm fur lhe pmli, iency attained.
Mr. W. K. Hharp at ttagi manager,
and M, P. Normlutou as business man
agar, wert unllring in thtir efforts to
make the production a surrett. Tht pro
cttdi of tht entertainment go lo the
recently established branch of tba Vic
torlan Order uf Nunc* in our eily.
JOHN ALMANDF.tf.
Kur tttaling a horae a man waa ar
raigned before a judge who dtoounced
bim at a ptrsitltnl lawbreaker aud
tbeu itntene'd biro lo leu years at
hard labor in Iht stale prison.
"Havt you anything le aa/f" tbt
Judge asked, wbtn ht waa Ibrougb,
"No," Mid Ibt ttnltnctd man, "at
capt ibat it alrlkti nt you art pretty
domed libtral Wilb olbtr ptoplt's
Una." Imi) Stuart
PALACE HOTEL
Second Slreet Eait, North Vancouver, B. C.
Possesses the finest roof garden on the Pacific Coast.
Band concerl every Friday evening Irom H lo 10.
I lot and cold water in every room.
\   Rates:—
' •■ European Plan only $1.00 a day up.
Wuekly Rates $3.00 up.
Meal Tifkels $5.00.
L. REDA, Proprietor
Revival of Bottle
Licenie< Question
Motion   for Biihiulaalon  of  I'ltbeacita
lie le   il .1    ill   OOllllCll
Tiie council last evening dealt with
u recommendation from the lioanl of
beaming commissioners in regar<l lo lhe
submission of a pitbuacita to tbe people
on tlie ijiiestioii of a bottle license.
I'rof. II. Maiiiugblcii bad wrilteu lo
tiie board repealing liis offer uf I'ii,
ruary lasl lo pay llic expenses of a
pltbearitc as to whether if a buttle II
1'i'iise be granted il slioobl he graotcel
lo a private individual ur lu a cum
piiiti devilling all profits abuve 6 per
em inlerest on lbe capilal invented
lo objects nf public utility.
After cnliieliliiul.lt' dm. ii...nin a in
Hon Ibsl such a pltbtacltt l,e lakt'ii
subjeel lu the conditions staled was
defeated by fuur vulea tu Iwu, Aid
Irwiu ami Aid. Hiss voting for, aud
Aid. McKac, Aid. Diek, Aid. Foreman
and Aid Fraier voting agaiust.
Football
'
CALEDONIANS VS EN0INEBBB
f
The ubnve i,une. mot on the Buuievuril grounds uu Hatunlay. ""' Vina
frum lbe oiilM't wus u one sided out,
the I'ulcduniuns having lbe pluy all
their own. Luck of combination pre.,
vented the Kngiueers from making a
butter showing ullboiigb Ibey bad tlir
services of Mr. Harry Williams, u
suiuri player recently mil from tbt
east. The game Wunl lu the Cal*
.luiiiaiis willi n acure uf six guals lo
nil.
Birthi
To Mr. aud Mrs. Harry Dick, First
-ir.ii and HI. Patrick's, Dee. Ird,
a daughter.
Tu Mrs. James McKwen,, cor. Vitw
and Oilmour, Dec IStb, a daughter.
An important question wili come under
discussion lu eounacllon wltb Irani
porlation facillllsi between Weal Van
touver and North Vancouvur,
Cord Wood
FOB HAI.K   llalliniitil  amount nf
cord wood or slovt wood. Thompion
Lonsdale Avenue
Street Car Service
\
Aid. Foreman reported last evening
in relation lo bis complaint of the
vioiis ineeling, nt tiie council about ll
overcrowding of Hie one itrett tif
which was runuiug ou Lonsdale avtnut
afler live on Halurday lbe couimontn*
after five ou Halurday, the uiinnillat
specially appointed had interview^
Mr. A. (I I'eiii, local manager of Ibt
ii C. tile.im Hailway Company,
Assurances had been giten tbat a
double ■. i ■. n .■ would in future ba run *
ou liousdale avenue after flvo o'elptf \,
ont car beiug labelled Ililli tlrttt. It
wat particularly desirable that pant*
gen ibould look for this label so as In
obviate complaints afterwards that tbi*.
car did not go beyond the street map-
The lioanl of Trade meetMornorrow tionod. Strict attention ii to ba paid
evening in Ibt eily hall at eight'uMwJl. ie the two vices of standing ou    U*
• ii'.i car steps ami smoking.
Mr. W, L. Keene
Mty Contest W^rd V
A petitiou influentially signed ll p)
bt prtttnted lo Mr. W. L. Ktan* trlti,
a view lo persuading bim to enttr tin
aldermanic   field  at  tba  furthering
K'I
Vhtm ill sad Uil  tfjtlttiira and >«nt«tt Ward V

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