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Volume U
NqWB VAN0QUV8B, 3,0,, FfllPAV, Jl^Y 7, 19U
Second Narrows Bridge
B. I; T. "ft R Co. and V.-W.fcY. Rly,
Co, Reach Agreement m> Now Before
Municipal Councils-Conference Monday
Afternoon Next,
Negotiations which liiivu been ipiiel ly
procseding between Hurrard Inlet Tunnel »pd Hridge Company and the V.
W. 4k Y. Ilailway Company have resulted in the drawing up of an agreement with ii in .-I to Second Narrows
bridge which has been signed by both
(urtiee and copies pi which have been
forwarded to the councils of the cily
of Vancouver, the city of Worth Vancouver and tha district of North Vancouver for consideration, The agreement proyidos tImi the Dominion Bub-
sidy for 'Iho bridge shall be made over
to Burrard Inlet Tunnel and Bridge
Company by the V. W. * Y. By. Co.
that the bridge shall he built by Hurrard Inlet Tunnel and Hridge Company, that the site of the bridge shall
be the registered site of the V. W. k
Y. By. t'o. and that nn deviation
shall be built by the V. W. k ¥. By.
Co. who shall begin the work at any
tims within sixty days afler notilicd
to do so by Hurrard Inlet' Tunnel and
Bridge I'o. or lading to do eo ihe latter
Company shall have the rigid to proceed with the const rucl ion of the approaches upon giving fourteen days'
notice to the former of their intention so lii iiii; that any differences
which muy arise with respect to tbs
agreement shall be referred to the Minister of Bailways who shall be sole
Arbiter ami whose decision ihall ha final and binding on both parties. Tbs
respective municipalities which have
authorised tbs purchase of shares out
of public moneys are to take up the
same within a period of six months
and failure upon Iheir part to do tbis
shall render the agreement null and
void.
A jniiil meeting ol the subscribing
companies end the representatives of
ths municipalities interested is called
for Monday at two o'clock p.m. am'
meantime each council has been provided with a copy of tho agreement,
in order that all representatives may
ho duly instruct nl and may accordingly go up to tho conference fully prepared and empowered to act,
cmr council
Tbs consideration by lb* pity coun
cil of tbe conditions of the agro-uncut
between the Hurrard Inlet Tunnol cud
Bridge Company and the V. W, '-• V.
Ilailway was last night laid over for
a special meeting to bs hold tonight
in the cily hall.
The accompanying loiter sno'osil
wilh Ihe agreement Irom the secretary
of the Bridge Company stated that
construction would immediately commence providing tho municipalitior
contributed the uninu I. for which
Ihey were pledged.
Mayor McNojsh culled Ihe alien
lion of the council lo Iho fait that at
present some ul. I ho dii-ecturs of le
H. C. I'Ini i is Builwuy were in
Vancouver and tbut now would be an
opportune lime to confir with them
wilh a viuw of getting Ihe I unsdule
Avenue car lino extended to the .it,.-
boundary.
Aid. Smith and Mcllac wire appointed Ihe commillee to confer wilh |V
directors of Ihe H. 0, Floilric Bail
way, regarding Ihe proposed extension
and alao regard ng tho coirtinuan i n
o|ieralion on Ihe old Keith Itoad lino.
By motion of Aid. Hick the clerk was
instructed to notify tbo dulricl cun-
cil of, Iho intention of tbe council ol
conferring with the B. C. Mcc'ric I'.y.
in order that providing the district
wished they might co-o|ieratc,
The city engineer recommended thul
in order to finish Ihe various public
works now in hand he would recommend ilinl a water bylaw of til.1*10
Im submitted lo Ihe people. In Ihis
connection he stid lhat there was left
from the water appropriutjou bylaw
I'J.oHO and that ths laying of the new
sleel pipe across 17th from Ionsd I ■
lo Sutherland waa in purl reaponsil 11
for Ihe extra expenditure. 'Ihis wus
left over for the commit!*), under
whose direction it is subject.
The recommendation of the city en-
ginoer ihsl the aecount ol Lvuim,
Coleman k Evan* (or flft/XIO for sM
water pipe lie paid, wis adop'el.
dackson k Downs in s letter to the
council, mode application for a raid
in as a continuation of .tones ivciiin
from I Mb (Irecl. Ketcrrcd lo the
Bo*rd of Works.
Principal Scrivcn of the Ouster-
field ichool wrote urgently rcipieiling
ihni a school sewerage system he ii
*lal|ed. Tho principd pointed oul
that an epidemic of typhus fever or
other disease wa* to lie feared if the
•listing conditions v.; e nit remedied.
Thi* matter wa* referred to the Hoard
of Woriuj for * repot,
Th* recommendation of the cjly engineer that th* balance of lb* land*
in D. I,. 374 Ire opened up was *et*d
upon. The e»tin>*l*d cost of this undertaking will h* In IM vWnjty of
Th* hospital authorities wrote filling thai it w*s necessary that shay
should hav* an increojed stof OS the
work wo* mora than ths pr***nl staff
could handle, They reported thai lag
oajas bat) baas Iraatad since tin open
ing ol th* hoapll.l Isat S*pi*psber.
Th* application of Latinar * Elliott
lor a 4-inch  water supply main    lor
their six house* on 17th slreei was re
ferred to the water committes.
Mr. fleorgo C. Walker, un behalf n1
n client, Harris by name, made oppli
cation for water at the cornir o
Chesterfield and 13th sire it. This wa
also referred In the water oimmiltoe.
The city engineer reported lhat t'u
water meter which had is n place
on the supply pipe nf tho Soy mom
Lumber Company nyisie.nl SIMM gal
Ions for the IU days in .lumi which it
was on. The clerk Was instructed n
forward Ihe account fur th* umoiin
sjoJi'.i tn the Company,
Aid. Henderson brought up the mul
ler of fourth street widening. T
time has come, said be, wh n w
should havo anulhcr 100 foot slro't
in the cily. The mayor in selixtin<i.
commillee lo act in Ihis matter, up
pointed Aid. .Henderson and Dick in
slrucling ilieiu In bring in a report al
the next meeting of the council.
The cily engineer recommended thai
P. Bochusacn k Cn. representing Mus
eons I.td. lie writl n In and re|uerlad
lo examine tho rock crusher bought
(i om them by the cily licforo furthoi
work wus done with il ns he (core'
Ihu shufls were not in alignment un
when Ihe city purchased the crusher
it was wilh Ihe understanding it
should be kept in good working onl u
lor three monthi. Tbe clerk was in
slruclcd to communicate with P. II.
chussen ss per Ihe engineer's recnm
mendation.
Tho following contracts were awnn<
od for the various street gradings m
tho oily. Hi ailing Fsplunodo from SI.
Heoige's to St. David's. Hi .'gin i nnd
Fisher, *H,I6II; grading First sire,i
from Lonsdale Ave. lo Korjioa ii.il.nl
ing Mahon and Chesterfield Avenues,
11. B. Tucker, iii.Hln , gndin* ; ,J
she, I Jno fool call of SI. Andrew's lo
St. David's, II. H. Tucker, sW.U.rV
Sanitury lowers wilh lot Counsel inns
on 3rd alreet Irom SI. Andrew's to
SI. David's, P.. C. Blake, JlO.liOli HI
DISTRIOJCOUNCIL
A Isrgs amount of routine bu.U'.s
w*s Iranuclad at last night's mill
ing of ths diitrict council. The eng n
eor had a number of reporti on the
various works going on ihro.i hui
ths municipality which war* vary is
liafaelory and show lhat the disliie
ha* just that man al Hie head ol bar
public works wbo is needed lo handle
(he Iremendoui amount ol work which
is going on.   .
The Bed fir lumber Co. again pr*
*enl*d *n urgent call fur water, *t»i-
ing that al preeent they wis* foml
to bring all Uu fresh water onenmasy
for steaming and hotel purposes io on
scows. Ths counts) hu been end avor-
ing lo get this supply lor tb* company temporarily at creeks in ths vicinity. These, however, bsvs provsl
insufficient and in a short time ilcy*
will Im lakeu lo bsve a lurg* supply
main laid lor ih* benefit ol the Company.
A l*tter Iron lb* Seymour l-unrter
Company, was read idling that ths
plank road in P. f„ W bad been
ofrffritiitfj e\n4 tt tfct mbs tint uk'
NORTH VANCOUVER CITY BAND
The shove pioturc of Iho uniformed
monitors of North Vancouver City
Band togulhor with ihe individual picture of llandinailor Holier! Chance,
gives an accurate portrayal of mini
giini/aiiiin which is fill ng a luug fell
waul in tho community and wnich i
fast attaining the rank nf one nf Iho
in.i-i creditable and helpful of local
institutions. The hand ai a plating
organisation has been in existence
alioui one year. At ill inception
lla nil in as,1..i Chance had associated
wilh him only two or lluoo bandsmen
who hud hud any rxprrionce and with
I hose as a neiiclous I he li ind has been
grinliially limit up out of re:ruiia
from the young men of the city and
district into a musical aggregation
whose pcrformguoe* bsve already called     flirlh      lllMllllllle     Clllllli'lil ll. in
those who are in poiition to cumpuro
it from a critical point of viow wilh
tho oliler and nioro cxpiricnocd bund.
of neighboring cilice. 'Iho otul in-
lollniciii ol Ihe band is now Ihirtv-li'.'o
and Hiiiidinatlcr Chui.cs is cnnslaully
on tho lookout for additional players
who will improve Ihe balunco among
(lie instruments und ilms add to the
merit of its work. I '".J ompl'iycrs
can mnleriully ossisl in Ihis re:unl
when engaging new workmen !>y giving Iho pruferunco, wherever possible,
lu men who know something nboul
band inslriiminls and music, The hand
now lias a valuable 0|uipment of iu
...iiiiiinnis, uniforms, ro;vrtoira ofniu-
«ic, etc., which represents a cost of
imi less than one thousand dolluii.
More uniform!, however, nr« urgantly
needed for recent addition) to lbs
ranks while addition il instruments
would greatly assist in securing capable players who arc now avuilabl* be
cause of the fact thul no instrument
ing the council for inspection   ol  the
work.
A petition of land owner, whose property bordering l.ynn 'reek in II. I,
•Viil and I). I.. 613, norlh of l.ynn
budge on Koilh road, win read, iu
which Ihe land owners ask the drudging of Ihe crouk so ai to prevcnl
Hooding. This mailer wai referred
lo lire diitrict engineer to report nn st
the next meeting.
MAYOR  AND MBS.  McNF.lSH EN-
TKBTAIN CIIII.DHKN
On Thursday, .fun* 3tb, Ihe children of St. Paul's Indian mission were
given an outing to llowan Island,
through Die kindness snd gaucroajty of
Mayor McNeish pf North Vancouver.
They were sccompsnicd by ths Sisteri
of the ichool snd Mrs. McNciib.'
Among Ihe invited guests were Father
DuWilde, chaplain of Bl. Psul'i Hospital, Vancouvar . the Sister Superior ol
Now Westminster, B.C. ; Father Be
dii.d. O.M.I.; Mlaa Smith and Miss
Oillii.
Tbe simmer lliruiaha wis charlsrod
for tbe occasion, Ihe weather liein;
ideal. It il worthy of mention thai
the night before lb* children, at their
own icipiesl, asked Ibe Sisters if they
could go to the church and say prayers in the hope, lhat they would have
a fine day, a* tb* d*yi previoui had
been wet. Their .wool prayers War*
answered, tin- day turning out ihe
lust of th* week. At Bowen Island
varioui game* were indulged in by tlm
children. The tinging nn board {Uu
boat was splendid. A Protestant
minister remarked thai he hod never
heard children sing heller. He said
lhat he know what it was lo train'
children to ling, snd Slid that the
Sisters df».rn credit for th* training
of them. On ths homeward jounuy
Ihe children cheered th* Mayor nnd
Mrt. McNeish snd the captain ol the
boat. Ths Siilers snd children m
vary grateful to the Mayor md Mrs
McNeish.for their vsry great Mod
nn* for such a delightful and pliassnl
trip.
Marriage Licenses
and Building Permiti
The pstt week lies been an active
one *■ far *■ building is coiirarucd.
In addition lo a large number of
smaller one* two large permits hnvii
boon isiucd by Mr. Fuglcr, ihe building inspector ulong totalling Dourly,
♦ lUJHUl. The niimU'i of camps i.nd
small houses going up is pronounced
and Ihis may lie atlrihutid lu the
Juno brides throughout ihe province
who are wilh their husbands hvrc I >
•lay. Several substantial random'!*
or* noled and allogvllnr taking into
account Ike prevailing strike, Ninth
Vancouver building al pr.sonl is tut
isliuioij from every point of viow.
'Ihe lilt of perraili ii us follows :
T. d. llmihole, camp ou Bib It.,
IDS); Mi Alpine Bolwrlson ('.unliur
lion Co., Vancouver, 6 h hit* corner
Cumberland and I'nscent itroali, IJl,
000; W. II Bowler, imull budding on
iHrd sinn. 1100 ;A. II. Srhnvsr, alterations lo "I.. ..I liuusc, til, all u.1
ffiOO; Wm. Crawford, rciidwc on lOlh
slrsst, 11,1100; Ueo. It Holland,
apai linciii house, 3rd strset, f I/til;
A. B. Butcher, house on 1 Ttb slreei,
m>', Janice Matthew*, building on
1st itreet, IHU! > Mri. lino. Sale, dwal
ling on I'm I. street, Wl; John Mc
l.»nn, factory on 3rd alrvul, IW0; D.
P. Ile.nii. camp on 27lh street, |)00;
II. M. Mania), dwelling on Alb street,
i'ifil; John I'as.idy, residence on loth
elrcet, m>. Mrs. Virglnan WIlHiell.
camp on 1st tired, 11* . 11 0. Bam
say, dwelling on loth street, 1600'; W.
C. Stone, dwelling on IMh ttraul,
IA00; Ch*s. It. Penllud, residue* on
I3lh street. 11/00; Mrs. t. Mtrsbtll.
cenip on Esplanade, fit; Mrs. W. S
Porshes, camp on K*pJenad*; |7fi; A.
I,. Hoiuld, apartment bout* on Jtb
strsst, 13,800; S. K. Balcome, dwelling on loll, ilrsst, II.WSI. John Mc
VsStb, 'dwelling on 8th strnel, tlJSW ;
W. donas, cottage on Mnd stmt,
•000; Wra. I Turin, bouat on M
Uml, m> I B. I Fowler, cortege on
IWh slreei, |M0.
Conttruction on lb* Jfnllybuin wharf
bat' cottunancad ja ternatt tut tM
work ia proooeding r»pidly under lb*
dirsction ol Conneillor Uwson.
Mayor McNsifb »nd .1. I. Woods, .1.
p., imposad a penally ol HO sail soil*
or Ifl d»yt in gaol upon lohu Oon-
dalat, an Indian, in the polios court
this asoming  In pronouncing thaan-
ciiii lie provided for them. Tho benefits
which a musical organisation of this
nature confers upon Ihe cily arc such
us 4n warrant the most liberal encouragement from the citizens and of this
North Vancouver City Band ii proving Unci/ ciuincnih worthy. It cannot
hut lie highly gratifying to ull public
spirited citirens In know that upon an
occasion such as tho first of July ce-
leliiation, for instuueo, there is within our own cily a musical aggregation winch is in position lo provide a
band of forty piece* capablo of providing a musical progrummo sustuino
ihi.iuglioiii an entile day such
as would not lie excelled hy on,
band lliul could ho imported fur the
nceiiaion and further lliul for all lune
inin" al which bund music is a feature in order In Iho very best results
il S*   only necessary to   commit   Iho
lllllllcl ' |o    llallillllasl.l     I'llilllC,'   'all'
Norlh Vancouver City Bund.
mayo
Icnoo the inavoi said ho was reiolvod
to pul a atop lo Ihe drunkenness
which had licen taking place of   late
on Iho I in 11 a ii reservo.
The Wallace Shipyards I.td. art
building a lorgo addition lo Iheir machine shop. The now building ii o.or
100 fuel long by 10 feci wide.
Mrt. Joseph Williams and Mri.
Slower! Williams of Crcelman, Sulk.,
arrived today on a viiit to tbe mo
tlni of the fuunci, Mri, John Barclay, nn Keith Ho.ul
BOV SCOUT 8P0BTS.
The Boy Scout iporlt, p.unpoi.id
from July lit, will be held m \vu,
ria Park wail on Saturday altvrnooo,
beginning at 1341 o'clock. II. F
Sharp, Scout Mauler,
l-i M-llU, OF MBS. FNfil.lSil
Th* fume nl ol the late Mri. I. H.
Pnglish look place on Tucaduy morning al 10 o'clock from Hatroo Mn ...
undertaken, rScapid slrect. 'ihe procession led on the I'ii lurry lor
Mountain View cemetery where the
body wai Interred in tbe Mtionic
plot, the funeral service being conducted by Bev. Mr, Hasism. Ths |»ll-
beam* were J. H, Pilling, T. Hutch i.mi. .1. A. McMillan and Ihot. hjo.
tli* floral tributes donated by the
s> input hiring f r lends of thl l.ercned
huabaiid wtre many and beautiful,
ihey wars ok follows: Cross f-om
liiniiiid lodge A F. A A.M., spray,
Kt'lly Douglst Co.; spray, Mrs. Boron ; sprty, Mr. Frank Norqinton;
croav, Mr. and Mrs. l/owii; wrealb,
Mewrt A and J. Wolf*; tprey, Ag-
ns* Burton; emit, Mr. and Mrs. E.
T. Kngliah; wreath from tUl ol the
Hank ol B.N.A.i. wreath Iron sorrowing husband. The tad aJreunsUnott
oonnect*d with Mil Fnglith'i death
are brought home to grisving friend i
for she wss * bride ol only » month
her (unsral iskiag place on tha day
whan four week* prtvioui th* bad bain
happily Martin). North Vancouver
aliao* tasaW their ba»rl|»)t sympathy to tb* husband in hit tor* bt
raavesnent.
lod News Itemi
Mrs. M. McMillan, nor. lfilh street
snd St, Andrew's, will not reosive on
Thursday or again uutil autumn. I
Miss  Graham,  nieco of   Mrs.   W.
Holdsworth, leaves I«ede, England, Aa
Thursday for North Vanoouyer.
4
A consignment of rial Scotch Isds
and lassies are expected shortly from
ili'ilusliiels, Scotland,
Messrs. Peters k I.owley have removed to thoir now warehouso on tbe Esplanade and St. Qeorgs's Ave.
Next Sunday evening tbe Baptist
church will celebrate communion and
receive several membbers into its let
lowship.
Mr. and Mrs. Esrla on Kilmer
street had a pleasant surprise on ths
first of July when over forty of their
friends came lo spend the day.
Mr. D. II McColl and Min Ella
McColl, Lonsdale Avenue, loft last
night for Seattlo, Spokane, St. Paul,
Minneapolis, Winnipeg and other eastern cities. They expect to return
about the end ol the month.
Tho I.-i.li.,.' Aid nf tho Lynn Valley
Presbyterian church aro holding *
slruwberry social in Ihe church on
Thursday next. S|iccial musical pro-
grain ia Iwing arranged. Tho dale
llmi.1 In\  nest.
Building in Iho oily and ditlrict remains very quiot »nd gives promite ol
remaining no ,if*,i*|ong as the strike
lasts, file ndby residence* going up
are Ihnsc wtieh are being built by tbo
owners.
Tho dwelling bonne which is being
limit by Conlractor Phillips lor Mr. A.
F. Anders on Fifth street west ii rapidly insinn): completion, About two
months ago Mr. Anden bad his former residence on this location destroyed by firo.
i
On Monday evening Capt. Stewart
of H.M.C.S. Hainbow, commissioned
Mayor McNoitb lo present a handsome
ribbon to Miss Jennie (irabam, tbe
little girl who gavo tbe address and
liiiu.|ii.'t tn Ihe Captain on Dominion Day.
Following a recommendation ol tb*
city engineer read at last evoniug't
meeting of tho cily council ibe B. G.
I I, et in By. Company arc lo be noli
lied aa lo Ihe grading of the street*
iiieiiiioiied in another column ol tbit
paper in order thai they may lie able
lo acconimodnlo Iboir track, to the
new gradoa. •
Chief of Police Davie* and Mrt. Da-
vies loft on Tuesday for a two weeks'
(rip to ilaliilonln  Island. B. C.      The
thiol tutor* leaving caused a shortage
in Ihe North Vancouver angle worm
supply and with thii fishy dainty intends In lure thu crafty denitant ol th*
deopt to forsake their element and become salmon a I* rene.
Not more than fifty citiisns from
North Vancouver have loft lor the
Steamboat, mining' ditlrict tinoe ths
Steamboat Miuoa Limited ol Vancouver have issued warranti (or th* arret! of tho fresh/guys wbo tailed their
claim*. I guest tb* North Shore will
tttWy tb*.»v«i»g* reasonable man
anyhow.
Th*, Ladle*' Aid" ol Uu Papliit
church will hold a "Get A«i|Uaint*d
Social" on tb* lawn ol Mr. Isaac
Hhindreit, Keith road, between St,
Andrew'i and St. Patrick'* Avenue, on <
Tuesday evening, July llth. Be'retb-
mi'iiis wilh strawberries and cream
ice cream, etc., will be ttrvsd. Everybody invited. Bstretbmenti distributed
st 7 p.m.
The marriage ol Mr. David Toddum
of North Vancouver, formally ol Edinburgh, Scotland, and Mill Vary
Brown Soger ol Vancouver snd formerly of Scotland, took place on 'dune
3lrth at th* residence of Bav. E, H.
Lockharl of Dundas street Proabyteri-
an church, Vancouver. The bride
and groom were attended by .Mr.
Charles Boid and Miss Jcerie Glen
Park. The happy couple after returning Irom their honeymoon will rends
on IWh street, North Vancouver.
Ust Tu**d*y evening bang conte-
crafion night it was one ol much intend (I St. Andrew'i Christian Endeavor. Mitass Olson and Fraier handled tb* topic vary «r*ll with a nuq-
b*r ol speakers following, among
whom were Mr. W. 'Fld*r, who pointed
out good w»yt ol serving our nation.
Ntst weak Ih. topic will be lot-
tons from lira** {4vm.   A vary jtv
a aocmty earaertly IflVjU all yonnf
paopis wbo ntt wtftm* * w **'
1 TWO
thr unm, NOW
I, c.
in      iiiiiiiina
Great Hosiery Sale
The following lines will be ollered on Saturday anij
Monday, Note them;
50c and 75c values 25c a pair
Plain silk lisle thread, also cotton embroidered and
lace hose, in black, tali, brown, reseda, helio, white,
Copenhagen, etc.  Great range to choose from,
38c to 45c valuea 17k a -pair
Plain cotton nnd lisle thread hose, in black, tan or
grey.  Good quality, well shaped and finished.
Regular 65c Hoie, 3 pain for $1.00
Women's open work Bilk lisle thread hose in striped
designs in all colors und black, unusual value.
Regular 30c to 45c valuea for 15c a pair'
Women's fancy colored lisle thread hose in assorted
patterns.   Extra special at this small price.
25c cashmere hoae 12k a pair
These are in plain black and well made, shaped and
finished. The wearing parts are extra spliced, Sizes
for women.
Children's cotton hose in tan, black or white open
work designs.   Regular 25c values for 10c a pair.
Gordon Drysdale,.Ltd.
578 Granville Streeet      ■      Vancouver
Bread!   Bread!
Union Made.   Home Industry.
Bigger Loaf a   Better   Bread.
Don't forget our latest Homo Made Loaf.
PIONEER  BAKERY
Mines: 71 Lonsdale Ave. Cor. Lonsdale & At ft St.
Colonial Intelligence
WEST CAPILANO
90x100, Facing South, close to Keith
Road and East of Hollyburn.      «t9Afl
Exceptional value  cyJUv
Quarter cash, balance 6, 12 and 18 months.
JACK LOUTET & CO.
213 Lonsdale Ave.   Tel. 47. Cor, Nye   Tel. 87
Will. Bring Out Woman Employes*
Prom ths Old Countryr-Now
lluaily to llwnivii Applications lor
Help, '
An organisation known as ths Col-
onisl Intelligence League 1ms been
formed in England and a branch office
is now open in Vancouver lor ths
purpose ul lielplng to solvs the
problsm ol female immigration to
Canada, The main objects are statid
ss follows:
"The Colonial Intelligence I*agun
aims not merely, nor even primarily,
at Ihe benefit of Ihe educated women
for whom it hopes tn find suitable
careers, but i|uilo ns sincerely st that
of their employers on this side, and at
the ultimato advantage of those countries which hnve been calling on the
Motherland to send over its daughters
It will have no difficulty in supplying
a constant stream ot women of the
very best type. These are -of two main
classes-thnsc who have § little money with which they intend to sat up
eventually nn land of their own, and
I hose who are entirely dependent nn
their earnings. They represent every
variety »f calling, e.g., Home helps,
narses, secretaries, typists, dressmakers, milliners, teachers, job gardeners,
poultry farmers, dairy women, etc. In
either caso each nne nf them is not
only thnrnughly qualified in her nn
line, Imi is alsn able and willing, il
necessary, In undertake1 s Huussfully
domestic work nf any kind, ll pledgee itself In ..ml nut only the nui.-.l
ca|iable, and iiiij.i. -. . nn each applicant the lad that EFFICIENCY is essential ami lliul the amateurish hi I
iiiriimpi'liini am utterly useless lira.
The league prnpnses In deal duel',
villi llm couptry .tiiii. i... bu. will also send girls In posts in Inw.is whenever Ihu conditions ure suitable. Ami
in lima lliiiiiuii work fnr the League's
ii|i|iliriinls Mis representative is |■ ■• ■ I-
e<l also In seiiil ihenr nnly In posts
which xlic has investigated uml dan
guarantee1 wholly reliable nnd offering
itil,sjniiii. remuneration."
Iho Vancniiver represent alivo is
Miss Dorothy Davis, Im-jii Nicnla St.,
phono Seymour slWl-lt.
Vancouver Business Directory
ACCOUNTANTS
W. T. STEIN i CO.
CHARTERED 	
  ACCOUNTANTS
JI9 I'ender street, Vancouver
and
Nurlli Vancuuvir
BMHb
Kallethe's Bath
Cornar limner uml I'ender Sis.
The only up-to 'late and reliable hath Iioum in Dritiah Columbia.
Wa cure where others fail.
Satisfaction guaranteed or no
pa/. Plain hatha, electric baths,
shower baths, massage for body, acalp and face ; electro'therapeutic baths a son hilly.
JOS. KAM.fiTHB, PROP.,
Graduate ol lieiljn, Germany
PITMAN'S
Bu&ineftft College
631 Seymour at., Vancouver
Day school open all the year
round. Night school comuienc-
ea September 8th.
uhocehs
CHEAPSIDE GROCERY
GEO. WAGG
Groceries and Provisions
Wholesale and Retail
116 Hastings St. (downstalra)
Delivery Tuesdays and Fridays
PIUWC" STAMPS
BUSINESS COLLEGES
SPR0TT-8HAW
Business Institute
336 Hastings St. W.
CfMda'e Qreeteel W*si*rn School
t; I, 8prott, B.A., - -Manager
RW  tl*. Expnm
WANT ADS.
THE GEO. H.  HEWITT CO.
Manufacture™
wrauoi mm mm
Sign and price Markeri
10 Fairfield Bid.      Fone 1*3178
REAL ESTATE
Vorksliirc (jiuarauUe &
Securities Corporation Ltd
440 Seymour Street
REAL ESTATE
LAND AND MORTGAGE
INVESTMENTS
ESTATES  MANAGED
FIRE INSURANCE
R, Kerr Houlgute Manager
HISTAUflANTS
All North Vancouvtr psonl* **t at
LEONARDS'
Kither Flask Block or Hastings St.,
opposite the new post offic*. Leonard
sells his tsa by ths pound.
ihis twirtsil fs lar ahead pi other n»-
tlnns in this respect;
Tp ' To
lawnob, completion.
mnnthPf months.
Britain  8.64 91.8
Germany  14.0 8),«
United ,siui,:s ... i;i.u:i 90,7
I'riini-n ..,.„.,, ......   90,0 43.0
Japan  931 66.0
City
■■
System
Home Connection!
.1
Notice to Property Owners
of North Vawewver
BRITAIN'S StT'llKHACV IN DIIUAD-
NtlllillT.S
Hlic is the fastest .Sliiphuililer, ami in
lllll Will Have Woven Dread
nnuejits Mini! Than Herman)'.
A useful list nf lliu world's   Dread-
i...ii|.|ii ■ down In June 1st lias been
cnmpilcil liy Mr. Ainn llururnyne, edited ilie Navy League Annual. It
i.li.ii-. ■■ lluit llrilain's supremacy in
IIii'iii1imiii|.'IiIs will still I., ipicliiillenir-
ed in lllll, the figures lining 3'J fnr
this country against HI fnr Germany,
anil XI for Ilinl power ami the I nili.il
Stales taken together. Ilie number
wliieli will hu in commission liy the
end nf the present year and in lllll is
given ns fnllows :
lllll
llrilain       16
As the main drainage sysjem is approaching completion we beg to polity
property owners tha1 we era making
arrangements lo undertake the sewer
connections on tha various private
prnpei lies at a reasonable cost to a|l
those who desire In avail themselves
nf early drainage lacilitle*. Having
enrried nut Ihe main drainage system
fnr the city cnuncjl and having the
necessary plunt and skillet labor
nvnilnblu wo nrc in nn exceptionally
fnviirnlile position In carry out Ihe
private limine ilniinnue at a mnilei'nle
rust to properly owners mid we shall
lie pleased tn furnish estimates nlnl
I J.i 11 if in ei'.....in.', to 1.1 ii in...' mil Ibis
most essential work in accordance wit li
Ihe city regulations nnd on must up
in ilnii- primiples nf modern sanitation.
MacdonellGzowski&Co.
Office:
Second St. and Mahon Ave,
Phone 279
33
31
l-J
0
6
li     HI
i      8
IJ Dread-
, I   othor*
Germany	
tfnitsd Stales 	
France 	
Japan 	
The Mri! isli Kmpire has
iioiiglilu now in commission
In lie commissioned Ibis year, four
more Inunclicd nmi to be commission*
ud neil year, live more to be launched this year, four lo lie launched nest
year ami three tn lie Iiiiii down next
year.
1..'i iiiiiii'. has five Dreadnought 1 in
commission, four more'to he rnmmii-
ejonod Shin year (three during Ihis
month), and four each to be commie-
•iiiiiiJ in Ihe throe succeeding years.
The I'niliil Slnles now have four
Dreadnoughts in commission and two
coming inin commission Ihis year, nnd
in each of Ihe three fnllowing years.
Japan has two in commission, two
coming into commission ne.vl year, one
in Ihe following year nnd three in
19)4.
France has six Dreadnoughts of the
1906 programme coming into commission tbis year and two each in 1913
and 19147 ,
EMPIRE LEADS
For other powers tire returns are*
Russia, four laid down in 1909; Austria, two coming into commission in
1913, one in 1914, and one probably
in 1916; Italy one coming into commission nest year, two in 1913 and
one in 1914, ell likely to be delayed;
Hi 11/il two now in commission and one
nest year; Spain, one nest year, one
in 1913, and one in 1915; Argentine,
two likely to lie delayed in coming into commission next year; end Chili
and Turkey ar* each credited wilh the
intention of laying down two this
year.
Mr. Ilurgoyne points out that speed
in construction is still in favor ol the
British Kmpire, As will be seen Irom
the following t*bl« of the average
number of months occupied from laying down to laancb sod from laying
down to completion oi a Dreadnought
All new houses should be pip
ed for gaa in order to aave the
heavy eipeuditure for thia con
venleute at a later date.
N. V. tlGHT, HEAT ft
POWER CO, LIMITED.
C. DOWIE
:ONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Plant, Specifications, Estimates
P. O. Boi 37, North Vancoover
tl. C. KRUflER
Expert on Fireplaces and all
classes of Brickwork
All Work Qu*rsnte*d
Corner Fifteenth Bt. serf Mahon At*.
N
WASH GOODS
• SPECIALS
QPVINE 0CQTPB QINQHAMS, our own importation in   Plain
• Sbembwye and Checks, speci*1 l'8r yard 'Oar
83-inph tyitNTfl, good heeVy^tieljty, light »nd dark colors, special
•'aer yard We.
1IBESS MUSLINS, plain and fancy   Dimity  stripss,   also  dots  and
crossbar's, price , ,  10c anil IBs
A large assortment ol Victoria Lawns, Indian Linens, lVrslan Lawns,
Naisooks, Organdies, sto.
Pultons covered Irom your own material-all sises.
J. J.McALEECE
Keith Block Lonadala Block
LONSDALE AVENUE COB. 16th and LONSDALE
Phone 93 Phone M
TWO 8TOBEB
'
SEE US FOR
5ASH     DOORS     MOULDINGS     BRACKETS
VERANDAH POSTS,     ETC, ETC
BURRARD SASH & DOOR FACTORY, foot of St, George
We solicit a trial hid an vour Orders smsll or Ism*
3&Wi^?S$&7V X -    s^^ts^siwSss^
J (to
I    (,'t(<ij/fr</{ 1        ',!'
The operator's duties are In answer
calls nmi make connections us rapidly
as possible. Conversation with you
would Insvilably block, oilier calls just
ns urgent ns yours.
So 1 lie operator is trained louse
ivrluin sel phrases relating strictly
lo her work. Any ipieslions outside nf her lunations must necessarily lie referred In people having in
charge special rlussrs of "irregular'' inquiries.
A mi im ir'.-. consideration will   show
thai unless ilu: operator's duly were
uniform—practically the same in every
call—she could mil possibly give ALL .
subscribers I lie service they ilcmand.
B. C. TELEPHONE CO., LTD.
Western
Lot SQ x 154 ft. lacing westwards.
Price $1300     .     -     1-3 caih
JOHN ALEXANDER & Co.
121 LONSDALE AVENUE
„, NORTH VANCOUVER
KEITH RD., HOLLYBURN, WEST VANCOUVER
e: m
%% Bt &
Tf^ff-rfn
TPosojWAj, imm
Tbs TbaqiopbiPal Pooiaty meats in
Nprtb Vnnnpuyer (it tjom'i, (film*
dsls Avenuo (sutranca »&»t to Wtl-
oome Itylpr) every Werfnsajiay nvintyi
ftt 8 o'clock.   Attendance is   entirely
free a»4 carries i»q pWlg»Uo«a WW''
over.     VoU *ft i»vited. TheoSpphioiil
lt»dy snd lueatlons.
Mr. ,7. B. Breews o| Lynn Valley
woe on Wednesday morning brought
bofpre Jlcovo WoNaugbt pbarged. with
discharging a firearm Within 4QQ yitrdl
of a rpad.    As the prispner was nn-
aware that be was eommittipg n» uf-
fence bs was ilischorgod.
Fresh Oroom st tbs Grotto, 3/i cents
per pint.
BOECKH'S
BRUSHES and BROOMS
Are guaranteed against imperfections
which in poorly matje goods cause much
worry and inconvenient* m the house-:
holfjer.
HB
"STEEL GJUP"
Paint and Varnish Brushes
Will dp lirst class work and will not
sheil the bristles.
Patterson, Goldie & Clark
North Vancouver Hardware Store
104 ESPLANADE NEXT TO POST OFFICE
LOTS IN BAYVIEW
D. L. 621 & 2075 on Keith Road,
a short distance west of the Imperial Car Shipbuilding and
Dry Dock Co.'s property. $300 and $325 each-$20 cash,
balance easy terms. These lots command an uninterrupted
view of three miles of Burrard Inlet. Good soil and level.
Call or write for descriptive pamphlet.
S. F. MUNSON
333 Pender St W.    Phone Seymour 5654
NORTH VANCOUVEB CITY FEBRIE8, LIMITED
TIME TABLE
TAKING  liFFECT  MAY  FIRST,  1911
U'ave Vancouver 6.20 a.m. and
thereafter every 'JO minium until
7.00 |i.ro. Commencing 7.30 p.m.
every 30 minuloi until 11.30 p.m.
thereafter Hln and 1.00 a.m.
WEEK DAYS
Leave North Vancouver 6.01) a.m.
and thereafter every Till minutes until 7.00 p.m. Commencing 7.30 p.
in. every 30 minutes until 11.00 p.
m. thereafter 11.46 and 13.16 a.m.
SUNDAYS
l.niivii   Vancouver   7.10,   8.30 and
0.00 thereafter eame as weekdays.
I.cavo North Vancouvor 7.20, 8.00
nd •IJ.IO, thereafter eunio as week-
lays,
l'ASSENGEB KATES
Single fare 6c, 6 for 36c, 30 (or tl, 70 for 12.
A—Lumber Wugons, trucks and
drays, 76c return.
II—9 horse express carriage* and
hacks, 60c return.
C—l Imi mi express buggies and
autos, 26c return.
VEHICLE BATES
All tho ahove rate* include driver, iiutes A and II subject to 20
Pit cent, discount in lots of 60.
FREIGHT TARIFF
Pw 100 lbs. rote, 6c.
Minimum rate, 10c.
Time-table subject to change without notice.
Conipiinj' not liable for delays, accidental or otherwise.
The Place Where Everybody Goes
Gem Theatre
FIRST ST. WEST,
NORTH VANCOUVER
j^Good Pictures  Good Singing
Good Music
•**     sss
USTeee     a**
eee     et*
Programme changed Monday,  Wednesday and Friday.
Adults 10c ^B8C*** Children 5c,
Halinee  every   Saturday 2.30 o'clock
Hot Points
We shall be glad to show you
the ii/ii model.
A most important feature is
the price.
Two years' guarantee.
We stand by every Hot Point
sold by ua.
B.C. Electric Railway Co.
mni»
so LPNSPALE AVENUE
Pleasant Fields
of_HolvWrit
THE INTERNATIONAL; 8\MW
SCHOOL LES80N-f|1»to Quarter
I*sson Jl. Isaiah Ull: Wft July
THU SUFWING SERVANT OF
JPHQVAH
The story of Isroaf in captivity is
the surpriso ol history. His condition
was pitiful, fle hud "npthi»)i io too*
back to. His Mi oity was a r»ir>,
his golden temple a heap. Ha had
nothing to look forward to. Ills estate was reineditess. The iiatiqu eras
as one leprosy-stricken from whom ths
(aaa is instinctively hidden. I'o and
it nil was. judicial murder and felon's
grave. But even in this arid and hopeless environment one clarion note is
heard. It is tbe prophet's sail to the
suffering nation to rise and serve the
surrounding heathen nations. The sentimental banging of harps on willows
and vociferous protesting of fealty is
no true honoring of Zinu. The better
way is to consciously enter into tbe
divine purpose of the suffering and become uu example of absolute submission. Thus good can come out of
the evil—honey out ol tbo eater. And
this Israel does. He realires that it
ie the divinely appointed opportunity
to give light to the gentiles. A wave
of missionary zeal pusses over the
captive nation. He realised that be
is not to bo a more keeper of tbe oracles of God but a dispenser of them
as well. Tho passive sufferer is now
transmuted into the active evangelist.
Now who could havo believed it, All
is changed. Tho strength of Ood has
a inin i.'Huns display destined to become historic, lip from the slump of
the 11 uni'iiili'il nation as good ss dead
comes a living sprout. It is tho startling ilrlivi'i'iunv from Bubylon and tho
unexpected rehibilitation of Israel.
Like another conqueror he has spoil
lo portion oul. When this is seen by
Ihe onlooking nations thore is quick
reversal of judgment. Tho vicarious nature of Israel's suffering is discovered.
They ore ready to say "Why,1 after all
Israel's suffering was not for Israel's
sin but lor our own. It was for our
transgressions ho was wounded. Debt-
zsdh used the emblem ol tho pyramid
in his class room. Ho represented tho
Hebrew nation entire as forming the
base, midway,up was the comparatively small portion that consciously entered into the divino idoal of service
in Buffering while at the apex was the
consummalo flowor, not of Ihe .iowish
race merely but ol the humau raco,
Jesus ol Nazareth upon whom alone
Ihis model of tho suffering servant of
Jehovah his wilh absolute precision.
THE TEACHER'S I.ANTEBN
Thcro was an Israel "after the
flesh" and an Israel "after Iho spirit"
One was merely arbitrary and gi.ieu-
logical. Nothing much il unyihing
could In expected from such. But Ihe
othor intelligently entered into tho
divine plan yielding himself as an in
slrument in God's hand. Such v.rutin- little stone in Iho mnuntsin destined to Iill Iho earth, yeast in tho
dough, mustard seed planted wilh
(hat small portion always lodges tho
world's heart and ho|>e.Eossulh lind u
precious small contingent of true Hungarians,   Im, i in  Is,    of  I'olls,    M.i,.in,.
of Italians. So of Israel there vers
few that had martyr-stuff io them,
.fceus taught tho lesson nf discrimination when in a notable inslunco he
affirmed lhat neither tho blind man
nor bis parents had sinned, so lhat
his sufferings could not bs puuitive as
was generally supposed, but tint in
point of fact Ihey were exemplary and
vicarious. Israel was not, therefor*
a sufferer for his own sin. In point, of
fact he was far superior lo tLo surrounding nations who inflicted or observed his sufferings. Behold thu suffering servsnt of Jchevab, one moment I'uptivoV the chariot wheel,
the next ho mounts tho chariot us victor and according to custom gives
gifts to othsrs. It is Ibe lord's doing. Literature in its whole runge
scarcely affords eo vivid'and profound
an interpretation of Ihe nature and
ur of suffering.
YOUNG   PEOPLE'S    DEVOTIONAL
si'.ltVU'K July 8, 1011. 1 Samuel
xvii: 32-6),  I«**on*  from   Great
Lives (viij David.
David is not a Hebrew here only. He
is nil men's hero. Heart hope and
fear of humanity are epitomised and
•brined in him. In the face ol Goliath he said "I can I" He kept himself
in heart by memory of former victories. The keeper of sheep qualified himself to bo shepherd of men. Much of
what he did iwea achieved while Iw was
still a young man. It is as if David
was saying to the young people of today. What we are to do bad better
be dons quickly. He never sought to
displace others. Ho was warm to
friendship. He was always bimssll--
never another. No Ssul's armor for
him. Ths sling was on* of many little things God h*d und to con/ound
tb* mighty like other poet*. David
turned in suffering what he taught
to song.   That is what Makes him
r   dear  to  IM universal  human
heart.
ALV0 von ALVENSLEBEN, LTD.
REAL ESTATE AOENT&
FINANCIAL BROKER*
We hftve 8 l&rge list of properties for sale in the City and Municipality
of NORTH VANCOUVER open for inspection of intending purchasers
Branch Office: 4 Lonsdale Ave.
Capt. Q. Anderson,
Manager
THE HOME FURNISHERS
FURNITURE
for everybody.
Carpet Squares
and Rugs.
We have just
received a
complete line
o( Imported
Linoleum*
and
Oilcloth!
Price* right.
Special Attention given to
Window Shades,
Curtain Rods, etc.
128 Lonsdale Avenue
'youroirfolnj
m draperies by \utntf
Carpet Sweeper
DINING CHAIRS
AND TABLES
Buffets, Sideboards
and Dressers
Try our
All-felt
Mattress
Pillows
and
Blankets
II vou intend making your bom*
in North Vancouver see us,
We also carry a full
line of Crockery.
128 Lonsdale Avenue
North Vancouver Business Card
ARCHITECTS
A. S.W. Mackay     J. M. Mackay
Ahk.M.IuI.C.E.
Airhileels and Civil Engineers
Hulloni hi i  lllnck
NOBTH VANCOUVER
A. CAMPBELL HOPE
0. A. CAI,
ARCHITECT and ENGINEER
Phoue n'.rlli Vancouvor.
1'hono Itll'J North Vancouver
BILLIARDS AND POOL
PLAY POOL
AT HAMMOND'S
FIBST WEST
Finest tables and cuss ia tb* City
BLACKSMITHS
R. H. TARN
Pionetr Horsesbost - Carriage Works
FIBST STBEET WEST sYUINSDALE
CONFECTIONERY
The Palm Confectionery
.Stationery, Confectionery, Ice Cream,
Soil Drinks, Fountain Drinks, Tobacco
Light Lunches, Fruit
B. C. DliCOMHliN *j SON
Lonsdale and 61b l'bono 313
CONTRACTORS
Tbs Now Block on I.onsdulo Avenue
near tbe Ferry Approach
was built by
SMITH BROTHERS
General Contractors
NOBTH VANCOUVEB
WM. MORRIS
PjUCUsUIs FIKEPLACE
AND CHIMNEY BUILDER
Prcsscl Brjtk Mantles a Specialty.     I'lione I,iia
CIVIL ENGINEERS
BOOKS AND STATIONERY
THE LEONARD-SALE CO.
Bookseller* and Stationers
Cor. Lonsdale and 1st.        l'bono 143
NOBTH VANCOUVEB
BARBERS
BAILEY'S
Btrbtr SLoo aid Balks
twwaj W^e*   mrmmnwW  a^*a*^   fw^anyninar
Bight up-lodsls (a every particular.
Try us and bs convince*'.
BLUEPRINT*
F. M. Sharp, Stud. 8. L, Blud.
Inst. Mun. Eng. Els., Archt sad Civil
Engineer, Flans, elivstioos Motions,
reports, specifications, estimates, ate.
lor all classes ol work, Tracings, Bin*
Print*, Mas Mounting. 137 )«w«
K«U> Hood. B*sl, N. Vancouver.  W
Angus J. Cameron
ABIE k a.
CIVIL ENGINEER
Irrigation, dr*ln*gs, levels, plans
and specifications. Septic tank* and
bouse drainag* * specialty. 1'. 0.
Bos 344, 16th street west ol Bewicks
Avenue.
FISH DEALERS
THE
FISH
NOBTH   VANCOUVER
AND FBODUCE GO.
Freeh and Smoked Fish
liv* and Dressed Poultry
Vegetables Delivery twice daily
I'boas 340 111 First Street
ICE DEALERS
JONES ICE CO.
Whoissolor* *n*l Retailer* ol Pure Ice
Cream
las tor Ismily n»*
BAT ?|gf TBA BOOMS
Pbons m     LONSDALE AVENUE
PHOTOGRAPHERS
CARBUTT
Studio  over  Bosk  B. N. A.
Lonsdale and Esplanade
SAWFILERS
DONALD DOWIE
Saw Filer uud Grinder. All kinds ol
limiil, cross cut iiin| buck saws set
and III.'] at shortest notice, 11 l.uns-
dalo Avenue, North Vancouver.
TAILORS
I-. LAURIN
High class Ladies' ami Gent's Tailorlttffl
KEITH BM1CK, FIBST STREET
NOBTH VANCOUVEB
Modern Tailors and Renovatory
*I7 Iioasdsle Avenue
Cleaning,  Pressing,  Dyeing,  AitdMl
W*   use   th*   French   Dry   Cltuntag
Process J'lmoe il)]
NOBTH VANCOUVEB
JOHN LINDEN
TA1LOB
Ladies' and Gent's Suits to Order,
from $36.00 and ttfi.00 respective))/ j
Phone 363        Lon/dsle Car, 16th i
NOBTH VANCOUVEB
TEACHERS (HiuU)
SAM. T. SUTTON
TEACHER OF PIANO and TBBQflj
Specialty I Children's le*»ons at off.
boas. Terms, etc., apply Qmntm
Delivery.
WATCH  REPAIRING
I* your watch stopping or g<
gularly? Sse
A. J. HOOD
*"f  P>v^^W   I-... ..
WljOtkwWWmW   eiVKlllft Nqwh Vahcovvph
mmmmmmtmm
THR  EXPRESS
B,C,
Publlahod Tnw4»ya and Fridiye by
North Show frum. Liuitkd
; v One year, »1,M
MTM Of sugscsiPTins
., , .„ W«m<mtb*vWo, Threemonths, itt.
UnM Stats* and Foreign, fl.JO per year
Advertising Ket«* will bo quoted on application.
.   Tba Espress It dsvoted to tba Interests nl the north Shore ot Burrard Inlet [
•Wlnsivel*,    It constitutes m advertising medium of exceptional value tor
Mashing lit a thorough and effective manner the population ot North Vancouver
City and District.  Every effort is made lo give advertisers the most satisfactory
»ervea,
Al) change* In contract advertisements should Iw in ths printers' hands not
later than 10 a.m. Monday and ft p.m. Wednesday to ensure insertion in the
following issue.
Cheapest Buy in North Vancouver
Beautiful Cleared Lot on 18th Street.
Only one • and - a. half blocks east of
Lomdale Avenue    .      .    $600 caah
ELDER MURRAY CO.
17 Lonadale Avenue . . Phone 37
North Vancouver,  B. C.
July 7  1911
the bbidoiwioiincii.h to jiove
AND WIN
Burrard InlM Tunnel and Budgo
Company and ths V. W. k Y. lttiil
Way Company have at length arrived
at *,n agiwmant satisfactory In liolli
parlies, with reference lo tiie construction nf SiH'ond Narrows bridge.
This agreement has heun signed hy
the representative of (lie V. W. At V.
Bsilway Company and has been approved and "i.In..I signed hy resolution of Ihe Hoard nf Directors of Hurrard Inlet Tunnel and Hridge Company. The agreement disposes of nil
matters hitherto at issue bstwasfl
(hose two companies and mul.. h the
Minister of Itailways sole arbiter nn nil
points nf 1I1K11..in !• »In. li may arise in
csrrying out tlie agreement. Tin' Inline-
diet* effect of tliis agreement is that
•very item with referenra to Ihe bridge
itself is satisfactorily arranged bo-
tweou Ihu two parlies and thus all tho
11 i|hii.mriiis laid down hy Ihe department nf itailways willi respect 10 the
Dominion snlisidy have now lir. 11 com
plied wilh ensuring therefore Ihe sub
sidy tn Hurrard Inlet Tiinnol end
Bridge Company. .So lar as these 1 wo
companies are roncsrnud ihey are now
ready to profiled at once wilh Ihecon-
•.tructlon of the bridge.
The actual prosecution of this plan,
bow*ver, is contingent upon Ihu co-op-
•ration ol the suveral municipalities
which ham passed bylaws to cunt ii
but* money in aid of bridge construction. The agreement explicitly provides
that its validity is dependent upon
tb* actual purrhass within a period
of lis months l,y the res|Hilive muni
cipalitic* of tile slums authorized l,y
the ratepayers of lit* city of Vancou
?*r, tb* cily of North Vancouver and
Ih* district of Norlh Vancouver. A
copy of Ilie agiwmenl has lieen tor
warded lo Ihe council nf earh ol llm
municipalities mi in..I ii| order lhat
lhat they might consider the sume
(nil instruct their delegate* in view of
a joint 1.mlu.iu.. „l nil parties lo he
held within * lew days.
Th* altitude whirli tlie r*pr**Bo!*-
Iiv*s of ths lespecllm councils limy
take toward Ilie agreement *l the lip
prosching conference will ronstiluto
th* determining fm I.n ih In whelhel
Ihe construction nf Ihe hridge is In he
gin at ODOS, or is to Iw further port'
poned. ll may -nl. I) he liken lor
granted in this regard thai each of
U**s several councils mil |„. jduiitcd
by a d, -ii. to . .,. Iii, l.ii.l..,. mu
elriiiluui and that this will In the
point from which Ilu;, will up
pcmi'li the consideration of Ihe agree
•jenl Thr ratepayer, have e*pres*od
(bsoierlvi's in a mosl decisive manner
in eaili ol those iniinii ipulrtif. in favor
pf the investment ol public money in
tb* bridge project and thorr is un
doubt that the council* will in..mm,..
tb* (act that 1 lie peopl* want the
bridge and lhat lt*y wAnl il al ths
Mifiesl |si»«ihli' dole. It il not the
•fish of Ihe pm|»rly owners dial ui
fm should Iw allowed lo magnify
ttienwelves lo undue proportions or
(Jut Merely technical points should
Is* parol 11*1 lo arrogate to thrnsel
yss the imporUoa* of essentials, nor
IMI the procMdings *h„uld Iw .'bar-
by h**il*ocy upon th*  part
I their rtprsnnUtiv**.  Tbo** wbo
pOfitio* tO g»U(f* public scnti
•fib   tn***   rwgr**  of accuracy
1 (bat lb* property owners of
(orU ftUssn would  »pprov* so
swsrfrt** poticy upop tb* put of tb*
I aa would gtv* *ort
U mint iaspsdissaoi* *nd ssufe
as would lay Arm hand on tin, situation with the determination In get
Ihe bridge under way in record time.
At tho same lime il is well to recognize Ihe fact that although as individuals Iho members nf tlie respective
councils might he in full sympathy
wilh the tenor of public sentiment in
■ In.-- respect circiimslances may arise
and cnnsiile.nl inns may lie found entering into tin |.mid,si which will ren
der it necessary to make haste slowly
in order lo avoid tlie possibility of
giving rise lo even more prolonged
delay and lo oven more formidable dif-
Acuities al some later stage of Ihu proceedings. What the people expect of
linn representatives and what the
councils will wilhnul douht endeavor
lo accomplish, is lliul Ihe greatest
possible eipedltion may he attained
which is compatible witli sound procedure and wilh duo regard lo all
iln.se considerations which are in real
ity nf siiiln lent importance tn rend.'i
them fiirlnrs ill Ihe situation.
Now thai the consummation of the
long deferred ilosiru of Ihe ratepayers
In secure a liridgo nl .Second Narrows
is |ilin.d completely within their own
control, il is Imi an axiom nf thu
piuliliiii to stale lhat Ihey will only
require In Iw given Ihe opportunity in
order In ratify any reasonable proposition lhat may Iw re<|uirod in order
lo give immediate effect lo Iheir wish
to mn the hridge under construction.
THE EXPRESS, NQXTH VANCOUVER; -B; C
mmmemmmmmmmmmm^
'YaW or Mail,' tha mnst «n»t(»W)ii» of
them all, piujlod the antiquarians immensely, as to iu identity and fanji-
tions, but alter some (rouble Mr- Lews
states the matter was oleared up satisfactorily, It originally hrtnnged to
the Duke of iloaufort's arms, but
King Henry was so struck with it
when he saw if that he appropriated
it for his awn uses. The beauty spots
of this 'heeste' include a pair ot long
tusks, a pair nf long curved bonis end
a short fluffy tail not lo mention its
most amiable smile. ■
It required a great deal of investigation lo find something from which
the masons could mndul those figures
and judging from the npponrance nf
the finished figures the investigations
evidently were successful, They nru
oxecntod in weathered Portland stone
and give an exceedingly good impression of antiquity, and are quits in
keeping wilh Iho rust of Iho hridge.
Hampton court palace was in lis
early days Ihe magnilicmt resiJtuie
nf Ihe 1'ii'ni Cardinal Woleey, und this
powerful ecclesiastic used to held 11
courl llm.- v.Iinii vied w'.lh, the kl'ig's
in splendor and raugnificenn. Aftir
Wolsoy's fall tho kin} lonk possession
of il, and ii lii'i'iime quite a favorite
residence nf "Hlulf King Ha|l." It is
situated in beautiful surroundings and
is only about 30 miles up ths
llm in..: from London. King Charles
II. was also wry fond nf Hamilton
court, and made it his summer residence.
H. D. RUGGLES
BAUUISTER
NOTAItV PUBLIO
193 6th Street East North Vancouver
Phone 373
N.V.W00DYARD
|II,IKHI cords of dry fir wood for quid,
sale.   I'rica per odd cords $1,511.
Special quotations for larger quantities,
Cut Wood   Hi inched $71,110, 13 inches
$3.38.
C, 0. D.
Office .nd Yard:
SECOND and ST. PATRICK
fin.,.'  190 P. 0. Bos 134
"KYNGE'S BEESTES"
AT HAMPTON COURT
I niiiiiiee to Famous Old Tudor Palace ll.s-im.d to Its Original Ap-
pwrsnos,
"Thus Ihe hridge begun by Henry
VII. for hi* 'own* darling' Anno Boi-
evii, imi.Imi liy him for her successor,
.' 1 -llnuii. 1 uwii-il up hy command ol
William and Mary, discovered in (be
reign of i/iiivii Victoria and escavit-
, .1 and rcpuired by direction of King
Kdward VII., now received by 01 der of
King lieorge V. its final restoration
In its original appearance of 717.1 ysurs
ago."
So writes lim.l Law, nn nullnirity
on Knglisli antiquities in ihe limes of
Ih iinplelion »f old Tudor.bridge ul
llamplon eouil pulilce. This bridge
now restores iho regal splendor to (lie
old Tudor palace, which it possessed
for I Mi years, liul has lieen lacking
for a  iple of centuries. The finishing touch and its most conspicuous
feature is us the pillar rising from
the bridge's parapet*, which are lop
p..! by the carlied figures of the
"Kyngos lluesles" hearing shields wilh
arms and badges and devices of the
king and his queen, Jane .Seymour.
Mr. I ime, who has written several
books on Hampton courl, write* of
the "Demies" as follows :
"Al lirst owing to an uncertainty as
lo iiow Ilie pillars originally lei inin
aled il was inlendad to (urmounl
1 hem wilh plain luliand finals—such
as ikvoriil.' Ihe building round nlniin
the entrance — th* more aUhoretc
ii.ii im. ni being thought Ino hold In
Ihe absence of any positive authority, fortunately, however, nftrr ssv-
'ml days' search in Ihe record office
I iiinie across jusl in time Ilie original accounts for tho work executed in
iSejisHiiber and October liVW-exootly
a year after Ihe building of (Iw hridge
had in si hern put in band. 'Ibis al
once set al rest all doubt* and derided Ihs office of worke to complete
Hie restoration exactly a* the original
Work    hud   lu-li   carried  oul,  in    thai
rich ornamental Tudor or Gothic style
ohararlerietl* of Ihe lasl decade or so
of King Henry Vlfl's. raign.
"The Hon, dragon, greyhound and
bull were supporUrs of Ilu king. Ths
panther, unicorn, and , also lbs lion,
trowtwd wilb * prince's erown thos* of
tbe lyeam."
"THE JAI!/'
"lies beert, how*v*r, known •*  tb*
Purse & Galloway
BUILDING CONTHACT0HS
llrick and ConiTotu Work
lousss,   Bungalows,   Klc. a .Specialty
Plans submitted.  Estimates
Cox. Keith  ll.m.I and Houlsvard
NOHTII  VANCOUVEB
North Vancouver
Coal and Supply Co.
Hhnif : Cor. SI. (ieorge's and Esplanade.   Ofli™: nf) l.oiniliile Avenue.
Wharf Phono IUI     Offico I'lione 198
COAL MEIICIIANTS
Dealers in ull kinds of lluilding Mn
Isrial, Sand, fi ravel, Cement, Lime
Brick (common nnd pressed), Plrs
Bricks, fire (lay, plaster, fibre, I'l...
ler of Paris, Lath, Shingles, Drain
Pipe, Tile.
Domestic and Blacksmith Coal.
Prompt delivery a specially.
ATENTS
i.M'iliiVIl Willi',
.   , feulaees of Hsaafsdurtn,
Ra|ig»rssa4 otb.r. wlw ir.liic Hit silvluMI
liy ol hsrlaf Ib.lr filsst busiiicu Usaucltd
tyBlptrt*. Prclimtosijr soviet dct. Chsrirtt
BKsUraU, 0«rInvMter't Adrlstrtciii u|«,n re
uiitsl. MsrlooiMart*,WdT, New Vork Ult
Wi U.«iIi«sIhb4W«»I,I„,i„o liClthL
m u via-
XPIHIINCE
|Mie>iihii,H«yjM|
sow • ^fc» W *Aas*"WpW*W( Wa *m
FIRE!    FIRE!!    FIRE!!!
FOR ABSOLUTE PROTEaiON write i Policy in the
Commercial Union Fire Assurance Co., Ltd.
.LONDON, ENGLAND)
ASSETS! $94,900,000
Sole Agent
PERCY KING
NOTARY PUBLIC.      18 LONSDALE AVENUE
Agreemenls and Contract, drawn
at every de.cription
Phone |57
General
Conveyancing
Campbell Realty & Investment Co,
FOR SAI.E-fl-room
house on
Ohes-
torlield Ave.  New, all
modern.
Price
lil/Jilil.  Easy terms.
HEAL ESTATE, LOANS, INSURANCE.
TELEPHONE 89. P. 0. BOX 114
OUR NEW OFFICES 1
Bank of Hamilton Building
We wish to notify tha general public
that we now occupy the front offices on
the first floor in the new BANK OF
HAMILTON BUILDING, corner of
First Street and Lonadale Avenue.
The Best Buy Advertised in North Yancouver
This Mi-foot lot on Illi slriel is on
the car line and is excellent value nl
Ihe present price of l'J,IIM)-oiie-tliird
cash, luiliiiiie in A, 13 and Iti months.
Canadian Financiers* Limited
Bank ot Hamilton Building (03 Lonsdale Ave.) I',. EBBAOR,
Phone 215 '"cal Huni^er.
LYNN VALLEY
One .mi' block un  macadamized road,  will make
a splendid homaaite.
I'rice only $800 on easy terms.
THE NORTH VANCOUVER TRUST
CO., LTD.
Ileal   I'stiite and   Finunrial Agents.
Agreemenls of .Sale discounted.
219 Lonsdale Avenue Telephone 44
PALACE HOTEL
Rsrts:   ii.m>   per   and   up.   Special rates to families
anrl   lo regular   hoarders	
Finest Roof Garden on Ptcl/ie Coasl
REDA&ANDRUS3
PROPRIETORS
Sicond Stkrit,   •   ■   ■
NOKTH   VANCOUVEIt. li. C.
I _
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FRUIT    PRODUCE
CONFECTIONERY, CIGApS, Etc.
WHOLESALE ONLY
PETERS & DOYLE
120 Second Street E«t. Telephone 206
Convenience to North Vancouver Merchanli
Buy l» Yew Om Tow*. Your Orion Setldud
BARGAINS
HUT Ml WD FROFIW
NBAB SJ200ND NA8PWS BBIMP
three M-fppt j»t*. Will snon be
wqrtl) five times (ha iirice nskej).
Terms favorable,
ON mm ItOAI^-Kear Imperial City
Three Ints -WtxIIW feuf, QMS a corner. 1'rloee moderate uml terms
easy.
ON BOSS B0AD, J*YNN VAM.EY-
l.ni'K'i *1< II HsIIHI for W only, on
very easy lurms.
ON PHOMMK IldAD, LYNN VAM,RY
-Hewal eseetlent resi'lencs |otj,
only MRU and Very easy terms.
Convenient for tramway.
tuxiaU TO PCTTBR BOAl), LYNN
VAI.I.KY i\ acre block, partly in
cultivation and small hnnse. I'rioe
'»I,ihhi on easy terms.
ALEXANDER PHILIP,
Financial anil Insurance An cut,
Club Block, North Voncouver. I'lione
10.
JAY & CO.
BUILDERS
Plans prepared and Estimates given,
Office; 1HI7 Dominion Trust Bldg. ,
Vancouvsr.
Plums 2497
Kssidenoo, 153 Eighth Avs. E.
North Vanoouver.
COAST DISTBICT, BANQE I
TAKE NOTICE lhat W. B. Vuugh-
an, Hii|ii'iiii(enilcnt, intends lo npply
for pormission to purchase tli* following ilesei ib.'il lands : I'limiiii m in,; nt a
post planted Nl chuins west of the
Northeast corner of Lot 7*1, ihsncc'JU
chains west, thonco 18.09 rli.iins ■oiih
liionco 'JO chains oast, I bene* 23.09
chains south to place of comnuii'ce-
meat.
W. B. VAUOilAN.
Hated April llllli, 1911. \%]
(OAST niSTBICT, IIANOE 1
TAKE Mill'-V, lhat ike ViMoiiver
Timlier k Trading ('om|inny, l.imiled,
intends lo apply for permission to
purcliase the following de*.ril.*d lands:
('ommencing at a post |ilantod at tlis
Norlhwesl corner of Lot 725, thence
running south 'JII chains, ih.n.e west
611 chains, tlience north 'J8.09 Jh.iins,
Ihence east 80 chains, ilicii'u so''th
8.09 chuins In plac* ol romincncom. nt.
VANCOUVEIt TIMBEB k iBAD-
INO CO. LTD.,
W. II. VAI'tillAN, Agent.
Dated April loth, 1911. l'J-7
WE COULD
Paper the World
from our slock of new Wall I'apsrs
so it seems. ICvery day some new
dosign arrive* lo fill ths vacancy
of ili",-.- closed out.
Handsome Wall Papers
are here in endless variety. Jut
1*11 our sulciman for what room
you want lha psptr and bs will
show you .just tbs psttsrn you or*
looking for.
To choose from our stock is * pleasure; to psy our price Is sasy.
W. H. STONEY & CO.
117 l/insdil* Avenue
l'hotu 119
N. A. KEARNS
ARCHITECT
Telephone 276
127 LONSDALE AVE,
NORTH VANCOUVER THg; mmm mm vakcquv^r, % e,
FIVl
/   \
JOB
PRINTING
At Home Cards
Ball Programs-
Business Cards
Blotters
Bill Heads
Catalogues
Cotton Signs
Delivery Receipts
Envelopes
Hand Bills
Invitation Cards
Letter Heads
Magazines
Post Cards
Price Lists
Posters
Shipping Tags
Statements
Visiting Cards
Wedding Invitations
North Shore
Press Limited
Phone 80
119 FIRST STREET EeAST
Real EstateJLooks Good
That North Vancouver will shortly
experience the greatest boom fq the
history of her real estate is tWilift-
inn pf the majority nf the local
ag«nt*: Even now sales ars moderately good and daily ths local purveyors
of lend receive numberless inquiries
about ths profitable investments on
the North Shore. Ex-Mnyur Hay,
when interviewed by an Espress reporter this morning stated that if ba
could obtain fifty houses to rent ho
firmly believed that within a week he
would again be looking 'or listings.
Mr. May also called attention to ths
increasing values in the city and district which have grown appreciably
within the past two months.
Mr. Percy King reports business
very brisk snd has within the week
sold eight lots in subdivisions in district lots 663 snd 648. Yesterday Mr.
King who is a nolary public, wrote
eight agreements of sale for various
parties which goes to show thst some
one is doing ths businese.
Mr. King personally slates that
the purchase of land lor the erection
of homeeitse in the city is the l^e-
vailing demand,
The North Shore Locators have sold
three lots'in D. I. 331 and wers instrumental in closing up s largs dsel
in trading a location for the erection
of large premises,
Hutchison, McMillan it Co. wear «
happy smile (or business with tbcm
is brisk, lor sines Monday they bsve
sold seven lots, four in Lynn Valley,
block 63, I), i, 2087, nl |i price Of 111,-
3011 and othoit in'"Dr'I, 660 at prices
of mi, *'J60 ind $2,600 riepectively.
Martinson k Cn. have sold two lots
in North Lonsdale, $2,500, two small
lots near Lynn Valley 12,600, besides
a largo sale nf acrcagu nn tho Capil-
ano car 'line. i
'iarrow k Campbell have sold twn
Inls on tth shunt at a price of $2,000
apiece and a unmlicr of smaller lots
on 261 li street.
.lack l.outct reports several sales
all lining for building purposes and
chielly situated at the top nf the hill
Kennedy, of Askew A- Kennedy re
ports May and Juno of lliii year III
banner monllis since he lias lioon; in
business, over 160,000 worth nf business having passed through their
hands in lhat lime.
Mi Sargent reports the sale nf a
largo block nf Lynn Valley acreage.
Tho .North Vancouver Trusl Co. report a gnnd diinand fnr cheap build
ing lots for homes. 'Iheir subdivision
of cleared Inls nn 27lh street is going
rapidly and mostly In people whn intend In improve Iheir holdings. Already there are sixteen houses planned
lo lie built nn this property.
Aiming their other sales lately are
an acre in Lynn Valley, 2 lots nn 14th
street, and one in Capilann district
also a house nn I'.lili slreot which two
days after was turned over nl a profit. There is a good demand fnr cheap
lion..ss on easy terms nf payment.
All this giics lo slmw lhat tar (nun
being a "drug nn the mail el" as a
Vancuuver publication has it in its
columns, 'real cslalo is now down to
a solid basis in Norlh Vancouver end
is in every sense an investment and no
speculation.
CATIIEHDAL AT FBEDBICTON, K.
B..DE.STHOVED
A ie.em despatch from Ilie cost contains tho news that tho famous Anglican cnfliedrul at Fredorictou, New
Brunswick has lieen iilmust totally destroyed by lightning. 'Ihis udilico,
which was Ihe miisl beautiful nf its
kind in the maritime province*, livelier! in grandeur and beauty Ihe Cn-
lliedrnl Noli.: Dame of (Juebec. Ths
cathedral was erected in Ihe ycurs
1848-62 under Iht direction ofllislate
Bishop Medley, Metropolitan. It waa
consecrated in 1863. Bishop UMry
and his wife are buried in a vault
beneath tho cast window whirs also
are the remains of his successor, Bishop Kingdon. During Ihe cathedral's
history throe Bishops snd thru resident canons have preached Iho gospil
within hor sanctuary. These ars : lbs
1st* Bishops Mcdloy and Kingdon and
ths present Hisliop Itichardson. Canon
l««, who was drowned in 'bs St. John
rivsr somo years ago, Canon Robsits,
father nf ('has. d. I), ilobsrts, Ihe famous Canadian story writer, and Canon Armstrong.
Tbe dispatch in question state* lhat
Ihe Venetian oast window and Ihe famous chime* are entirely destroyed.
Doubtless Iho damsge to the structure
will be restored with ths exception of
the cast window snd the bells which
it will lie impossible lo replace on either continent ei they are th* two
prioeleu relics Ironi a very old Italian
ofiurob.
Sen Francisco fight followers witnessed whet was probably tho greeted pugilistic combat ever held in thet
city on th* fourth of July, when Ad
Woigast, tin lightweight champion ol
ths world suceWuBy defended hia M-
lie against Owen Morap of Engl***.
Throwhotst the fight Korea pttmA
(bat ha poaasased greater knowledge
pf tha game ttA %. to waa a fcittur
toiler then his opponent and in the
opening rounds looked good for e
•Tinner. Woigast, however, with his
characteristic dogged nous hoc
his opponent by sheer strength until
With three terrific rights delivered in
the region ol Moran's solar plexus
brought that gemo little fighter to ths
met for the full count in the 19th
round. Moran will get shout $0,500
(or his share in the fight while Woigast will get $13,000.
CHURCH NOTICES
NOBTH VANCOUVEB
Baptist. Church - Fifth and St.
George. Services et 11 a.m. snd 7.80
p.m. Sunday School and Bible Class
et 13.16 p.m. Prayer and praise service Wednesday at 8 p.m. Pastor,' Bev.
A, J. Prosier, 2nd street east.
St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church,
6th street. Services: Morning worship
11, a.m., evening worship 7.30 p.m.,
Sunday School 2.30 p.m., Minister's
Bible Class 3.30 p.m., V.P.S.C.E. Tuesday evening 8 o clock, prayer meeting
Wednesday evening 8 o'olock. "Cod
need* you ; you need Hod." Bev. Ilon-
ald MacLeod, minister,
Mathodist Church, corner of Sixth
street end St. George's Avenue-
Sunday preaching sei vices st 11.00 e.
m. snd 7.30 p.m., Sunday School an
Bible Class el 3.30 p.m., Senior Lco-
gus on Monday evening et 8.00 p.m.,
prayer and praise service on Wednesday evening st 8.00, Junior League
service on Thursday afternooa at 8.30.
A cordial welcome is extended to all
to attend these services. Pastor, W.
C, Schlichtsr, residence, corner Keith
Itoad end St. Andrew's.
StTiJobn the Evangelist, 8th snd
Wtt anets: Holy communion, 6 a.m.
morBUU^WUlvjl.s.th. ; evening prayer, 7.80 p.fiiTtnrlho first Sunday in
tht month tears will bo a second celebration ol ths holy communion at
11 a.m.  Bector, Rev. Hugh Hooper.
St. Agnss Churcli, Boulsvtrd-Vicar,
Hev. T. E. Bowo.. 7.80 p.m. evensong
every Sunday: 11 a.m. Holy Communion, 2nd Sunday ol ovory month.
The Salvation . Army-S. A. Hall,
Lonsdale Avenue. Sunduy — 11 a.
in., holiness meeting; 8 p.a.,
children's meeting; 7.16 p.m.,
salvation meeting; Tuesday, 8 p.m.,
holiness meeting; Wednesday, 4 p.m.,
children's meeting; Thursday, 8 p.m.,
salvation masting. Captain Bougie
will visit any who are sick nr in distress at any time
St. Edmund's Catbulic Cburch, Milium Avenuo: Sundays-Mass 10.30 a.
m., Sunday School 3.30 p.m., Rosary
Benediction and Sormon 7.30 p.m.
Indian Catholic Church of St.
Paul's. Mass, 7.30 a.m. Sundays. Pastor, Bev. E. Piytavin, O.M.I.
NOBTH LONSDALE
North Lomdali Presbyterian Church
-Worship,  Sundays,  7.80  p.m., Sunday School, 2.30 p.m.  B. Van Muni-
ster, M.A., pastor.
St. Thome*, North Lonsdalo-Vicar,
Bev. T. E. Howe. 8 a.m., every Sunday except III Sunday in month ; 8.80
a.m., 1st Sunday in month; 11 a.m.
Matin Litany and icrmon, 2nd and 4th
Sunday; II a.m., Holy Communion
and sermon, 1st and 3rd Sundays.
LYNN VALLEY
Lynn Valley Presbyterian Church-
Worship, Sundays, 11 a.m., Union
Sunday School, 3.30 p.m. B. Van
Munater, M.A., pestor.
Lynn Valley Methodist rlnin-h Service every Sunday evening In the new
church et 7 o'clock.
St. Clement's, Lynn fullsy-Vicar,
Bev. T. E. Bows. Assistant Priest,
Bev. If'II. Haslam, B.A. 7.31) p.m.,
evensong, every Sunday: 11 a.m.
holy communion, 1st Sunday of every
month.
Notice to Contractors
SEALED TENDERS on the prescribed Inrm* and accompanied by certified
cheque or cash fur 6 per cent, of
amount of tender (which sum shell be
retained as a gusraalM for the satisfactory completion of iho work accord
ing to specification) will be received by
Iho Municipal Clerk until 8 p.m. on
Thuriiley, 19th July, I'JII, lor Ihe following work :
Clearing and grubbing portion of
Marino Drive west through D. L. 666
and D. I, 667.
Clearing, grubbing and grading ol
Centre Boad from Dempscy Hoad tn
N. side block 127, D. I, 216(1.
All in accordance with *|>ccifica-
tion and plain lo be seen at Ibis office.
Tbs lowest or any tender not neces-
sarily ai up I. J
JOHN B. COSOBOVE,
District Enginoer.
District Municipal Office,
Esplanade, North Vancouver, B. C,
30th Juno, 1211. al-M-1
NOTICE TO O9NTBACTOB8
SEALED TENDERS eupereoribod
"Tsswler for School, Lynn V.ll.y,"
will b* received by th* Honorable tin
Minister of Public Works up to noon
of Thursday, the 274b day of July
18)1, for the erection end completion
of • four-room tfmber-fresaed school-
house, wilh concrete bseemeot, tl
Lynn Valley in the Richmond EI*clor-
*! District.
Plans,  epeeifieetione,   contract   aad
The Bank of British North America
Capital Paid Up $4,866,666.    Reserve M $2,652,333
a    ''    n !
2 Office! in North V«iCfllHW-«
CORNER WNSDALE AVENUE AND ESPUNADE,
UPPER LONSDALE AVENUE (near Fourteenth Street)'
-   mm^mmmmm .. •—»^——•»—^—
" Saving Deposits of $i.qq and upwards received.
Interest allowed at current rates.
Banker's Money Orders issued.
Both offices transact a general banking business
and an: open on Saturday night.
F. T. SALSBURY, Manager.
BANK OF HAMILTON
Capital Paid Up  I 2760,000
Reserve k Undivided Profits    8250,000
Total Assets 40,000,000
Call at the offic* of the Dank of
Hamilton and secure s pass-book.
This is a simplo transaction. Yet it
may be the firsl etep toward a competence.
You cannot commence to savs too
early in life—and tho place to kcop
your saving is in a Chattered Bank.
Interest paid on doposits of 11.00
snd upwards.
0. O. HEAVEN, Agent,
North Vancouvsr.
Hud Office:
HAMILTON
Here is the Great Time-Saver
Remember the old days when your
mother had to dye her clothes-
how much time and fuss it made?.
That was lopg ago. Nowadays
dyeing is no trouble at all—since
RAINBOW DIES
were invented — one dye for all
fabrics: wool, silk, cotton and
mixed goods. No ripping of dresses
to separate the materials—no poison-
' ous fumes, but a safe, agreeable
ami highly satisfactory proceeding.
Your Daalar Has Them
M. 8. McDOWEI.I,
It. C. DUCOMMUN-J, 10, 16c store
llon'l wait, gel tbcm
al once and get them
hung, as il is easier lo
keep out the flics thun
il is to gel clear of
I hem after they're once
in. Our line,of doors
is complete, price ranging from fl'.tl to 13
cadi.
Screen
Windows
in eight different eiiee,
adjustable to any window. Tbe price* ere
right and the quality
ie tbe beet.
Paine & McMillan
The Hardwire Specialists
Fint Street and Lonsdale Ave., North Vancouver
:-
forms of tender may be seen on and
after the 61 h day of Judy, 1911, at tho
offices of Mrs. E. .1. Campbell, Secretary to the School Board, North Vancouver ; Iho - liovi'rnmcnl Agent, New
Westminster; and the Department of
Public Works, Viotori*.
Each proposal must bo accompanied
by en accepted bank cheque or certificate of deposit on * chartered bank of
Canada, made payable le the Honorable tbe Minister of Publio Works, for
iho sum of IHO, which shell be forfeited if the party tendariag decline to
enter into oonlraot when celled ilpw
to do so, or if he fail to eomplole the
ft
fl)e cheque*
work contracted for. Tl)e cheques Ot
certificate* of depuut of unsuccessful
tenderers will bo returned lo them upon the execution of the contract.
Torldors will not bo considered unl***
made oul on the forms supplied, signed with tbe ectuel eigoature of the
tonderor, and enclosed in Ihe envelopes
furnished.
The lowest or any tender not nastaj
esserily ecoepted'
Department of Publio Work*,
Victoria, B. C, inly *ti>, 1»|).
J. E. GHirMTH,
Public Worke Engineer. ■tn'ff nvm% north Vancouver, b. a
Our Stock of English oakware, in salad bowls, biscuit
barrels and putter dishes, will appeal to all who admire such
a combination ol quaint solidity, neatness and usefulness.
This ware ie of comparatively recent origin, and is becoming
so universally popular because of its durability and worth as
a daily table accessory, that we find the demand for it growing
greater every year. This ia the reason why we have provided
audi a sufficient stock for this season's trade.
-   Sea this ware; you cannot but become interested.
Henry Birks & Sons, Ltd.
Jewellers and Silversmiths
Oeo. E. Trorsy,
Msnsging lllreclor
Hastings & Granville Sts
THIRTEENTH STREET
Good 50 (t. Lot.   First block from car line, all cleared.
.   A anap at $650 cash or $750, 1-3 cash, balance 6
and 12 months.
NORTH LONSDALE
IOO«|32(eet. East of Lonsdale Avenue. $950.
1-4 cash, balance 6,12 and 18 months. This is a fine
homelite.
C.E. LAWSON & CO.
15 LONSDALE AVE. NORTH VANCOUVER
I'lione 70---P. 0. Uox 97
ERINDALE. D. L 622
Between propoied SECOND NARROWS BRIDGE
and NORTH ARM BRIDGE on Keith Road
FIFTY FOOT LOTS, $330 ZmwZ.
GRADED ROAD .TO EVERY U)T
W.iin und tehplinno servii-e is Iwing put into district now nnd
route has lnvu surveyed lor online.
D. MacLURG
340 PENDER STREET      VANCOUVER, B. C.
The Brackman-Ker Milling Co., Ltd.
HAY, FLOUR AND FEED
Poultry Supplies a Specialty
All Orders Promptly Attended to
MOVED TO
116 ESPUNADE EAST
PHONE 4
STORE JO LET
Centre Block Lynn Valley
$15 monthly. Lease given to good parties. This is an excellent
opportunity to establish a good business in a growing district.
Apply
Cor. Centre and Lynn Valley Road
or —
Merchants' Trust & Trading Co.
Pendar and Burrard Streets, Vancouver, B. C,
I (VW at our Babies BILLY and
iA/Ve/IV cHARLIE=-=
Wty mlu two loads moving when One Van will take it all.
ft** up 295, CREAMER TRANSFER CO., for th*
UrgsMt PaMtd Furnitursj ami PUno Van in the City,
Railway Construction
Tbe tremendous amount o| railway
ponetruoHon in Western Canada and
partionlarly in the province ol British
I'liliiiribia lor llm nuniing year will not
only provide transportation facilities
for a large part of the undeveloped
producing enwntry but it will prove of
im■ .liiuiilil.' value in connecting the
prnvinriM into u welded chain ofpom-
inuninii inn with each other which is
the Itoy note of harmonious relations
between the pitiasns in Ibe greatest nf
Britain's colonies.
In Saskatchewan a summary nf
the railway extensions planned by
the three big companies indicated
that I JUKI miles of steel will bo laid.
The C. N. II. is constructing 3110
miles j the 0. T. }'. 310 miles; nnd
the 0, 1\ It. 318 miles. At the end n|
Iho year there will bo t.ln'J miles ot
track in this grain-growing province.
In Alberta thore is also activs railway building. The O. N. It, is pushing a line Irom Edmonton In Athabasca Landing, which will give connection wilh the atsoKcmie river system ol waterways. A Canadian Northern lino is projected to tho IHiaoe
Ilivcr country anH contracts have been
let to Iho Cowan Construction Company for the construction n( this
branch, which will leave the main line
thirty miles west oi Kdmonton, and
run northwest across the Pembina,
Athabasca and Kmokey rivers to Dun-
vegan on the l'oaco ltiver. The 0.
V. K. are also aotivcly engaged in
building tho main line to the yellow-
head Pass Irom Kdmonton, as well
ns other branches in Alberta, while
the (1. T. P. and C. P. It. ore busily
engaged in building extensions through
Central Albert a.
In Itritish Columbia the work ol
constructing the mainland seclion ol
iho Canadian Northern PaeWc is proceeding natively. The commencement ol
track-laying at Port Mann was recently announced and ibe Northern Construction Company have Ixicn awarded
the contract lor the construction ol
the Hope-Kamioops section. The sub-
con tracts (or Ihis himvy work ol 1(53
milos, winch will involve the expenditure nl over KI.'i.iiihi.iihii. arc being.allotted to well known railway contracting Iiiiii
Ilailway const ruol ion on Vancouver
Island is continuing under C. N. It.
and I IMI. auspice*. The building nl
Ihu Kvltlo Ilivcr Valtay Ilailway in
the southern interior is progressing.
The 11 rand Trunk Pacific trains aro
running out ol Prince liuperl and preparations arc liejng made lo link up
the fiisi odd miles between the *nd ol
the tl. T. P. grade and Tele Juuno
Caaba,
The construction of the Second Narrows and North Arm bridges will give
across to the North Shore ol two
great railway companies and will materially tend lo rapidly develop the
vaat crude natural resources wilh
which it abounds. So that it is practically certain that in Ihe coming
year Norlh Vuncouvor will Inn li!
perhaps in a greater degree than riry
one portion ol wcslurn Canada Irom
the advantage nl railway conslruc
lion.
'Mi.' ini nl amount to be oxpondod by
iho i In is- lending railway companies in
tbo western provinces tbis year hut
been estimated at JIOJKM.OOO. A considerable portion of Ibis enormous sum
will lie expended in ilrilish Columbia.
Tbis is a sufficient guarantes in itself
that I bore will he abounding prnspci-
ily in the Pacific province during I'M I
und VJIi.
il. C. GAZETTE
His honor tho l.ieijlcnuiitJiuvrrnor
in Council bus boon pleased to make
il..' following uppoiutinenls i
John Nililoek of Naramata to lie a
jusiico of the pease,
Francis Cnvanngh of Ilellu doola,
lo lie medical health officer tor tb
diitrict of Delia Coola.
A. II. Wallace, M.I)., to bo resident
physician nl Aldermen) Irom the I.l
day of Juno, 1911.
. Frank A. McKinnoo lo be deputy
mining recorder for the Skoenn Ilivcr
mining division, wilh sub-recording offioo ol. floose Day, (Jbeervatory Intel,
Irom tho 1st day of .fulyt. I'JII.
James Ferguson Armstrong of Cnin-
brook, S.M., lo lie Acting Chief water
commissioner from the 21st day of
dune, 1911, in tho place of Vi. S.
Drowry, resigned.
It is tho intention ol the Dominion
government to make extensive additions to the parliament buildings al
Ottawa.
Mr. G. V. Annable has made an application for a water record on Hidden Creek and branches.
The llrittnnia Mining and Soiellini/
Company Ltd., give notice of tlp'ir
application for * water record h:i Dfii-
tanja Creek.
Certificates of incorporation have
bom issued lo the following conipun-
ie*: Aurtrian Hungarian '.'tub, Limited, British Columbia Gas Com;>ei..v
IM„ thnUntt1 Investment Co. IM„
CcJmreVi* Eitato Co. Ltd., Mn IM)-
I'ertaon <V Co. Ltd., North   VancouJer
Coel k peppty Co.,  IW   Uoonlnin
Mining 'On,, jilted Libber anil Shingle Kills Ltd., Union Land Cn, Ltd,,
Urban Investment Op. UA,
Notice is given that the   American
Woodwnrking Machinery Co., (ha Pun-
Biilidr,tod Engineering Go,, and the
United Siiilcs Gypsum t'o. have been
registered as extra-provincial companies.
Licenses have been granted to iho
following extra-provincial pompniiioa:
Ganadiaa and Empire Trust Company,
Canadian Timber Investment Go.,
East Kiiuleiiiiy Fruit Lauds Limited,
Great Dominion Lend Go. Ltd., Norton Griffiths Steel k Land Co. Ltd,,
United Drug Go. Ltd.
Alleiu'k, Downing it Jlosoiof Vsncouver give notice of their dissolution ol
partnership.
Jtytiw.ts jrfv|>Ml>,l*a winding Hpnl
affairs of the Vancouver Building and
Jtasource Company.
lluin or shine yon pan get strictly
fresh Eggs at Mo per dw. at the Up-
to-Dato Orpppry iill the IjUb July
past. S. Hitchio, the Up-to-llatn Grocer. 356 First street east. 0-?
VICTORIA ROOMS
Now 11 in lie Block, Lonsdale Avenue,
one-hall block from ferry landing. Modem throughout, everything new. All
outside rijoms, overlooking Inlet. Mrs.
I'.. I). Endl, Proprietress, 111-7
FOR SALE
300 Feet of W»tef
frontage with crown
grant,  known   M
Wallace Shipyarda.
Termi to wilt pur*
chaaer.   Apply
H, H, PEV1NE,
Seymour St.
Vancouver
\
Mahon, McFarland & Proctor, Ltd.
NEW CAPILANO CAR LINE
50 ft. lob at terminus in D.L. 601 & 607
52 foot lots in Block 27, D. L. 599
r
Phone 6286 -   - 543 Pender Street, Vancouver
Another Good Buy in North Lonsdale
1 •  ■ i—i—. ' i.
100 ft. Lot (not 50 ft.) on Nye Street, near Lonsdale,
with a lovely view.  If you want a good investment or a
beautiful homesite, you should investigate this,
Only $1075, Cash $325, good terms for balance.
MARTINSON & CO. filfcn
62 Lonsdale Avenue   •   •  North Vancouver
North Vancouver City
CLEARED LOTS 50 ft. x 147 ft.
«
In BLOCKS 15, 15a, 16and 16a. P. L. 550.
  ■ ■ ■ ■	
PRICES: $750 to $1000 according to location.
TERMS: 1-4 Cash, Bal. 6, 12 and 18 months.
ACREAGE in District Lots 546 and 550
In Blocks of from One to Four or more acres.
PRICES: from $2000 to $3250 per acre
TERMS:' M Cash, Bal. 6,12,18 & 24 months
-s—
The Grand Boulevard extendi through this property
'    ' I I         II    '       I paaa——aa^a)—
s-	
1   '   ■
POR PLANS, PRICE LIST AND PARTICULARS, APPLY TO
The North Yancouver Land and
hnpro,«m«.t Company; ST,
843 PENDER ST* fcJSg VANCOUVER, B, C.
j
mk ths rxprib! mwm vancquvp, % e,
■wm
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Tenders Wanted
Tenders will bs re»M hy the undersigned till
5 p.m. July 5,19| I, for completion of clearing
of Block 11 A, De U 550, North Vancouver
City, in accordance with specifications to be
ascertained on application to
The North Vancouver land and Improvement Company, Limited Liability
543 Pender St. Vancouver, 0. O
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TENDERS are invited by the North
* Vancouver Land and Improvement
Company for the erection of a two-storey
brick building on the Esplanade. For
plans and specifications, apply
William Fredrick Gardiner, Architect,
347 Pender W., Vancouver, B. C.
Kara Reed Organ (Coitfieo) • - $80
Decker & Son Piano (Coat $750) - $100
Valuable Old Violincello   -   -   -   $100
These instruments can be purchased on easy payments.   They
are in perfect condition and are genuine bargains.
Warburnitz Piano House, Limited
443 Lonsdale Avenue
Phone 114
C,J\R,«u.C,N.R,    '
Co-operation Denied
Sir Thomas Shaughpossy Kills flood
Story-JpaxstjoB fou|t| Strang!"
Traits Mares President of Har-
linr llimnl.
What looked lib the ushering in of
tba golden age was contained in nn
announcement from Winnipeg regarding S practical scheme of co-nporotinn
which is said to have* been entered
iiilu between the Canadian Northern
and the Canadian Pacific railways. It
wss stated that the Canadian Northern, instead of building a Anglo track
railway on * route of its own through
the wilds of Northern Ontario between
Sudbury and Port Arthur to link up
its western lines with tho eastern ones
and iiinlie the company a transcontin-
ental system, would build a single
track all the way alongside the present single track of the Canadian Pacific through the rocky country on the
north shore of Lake Superior.
Tbis, it was pointed out, would
make with the C.P.B. a double track
railway, and both tracks, it was added, would then be used jointly by the
two companies. Tho announcement of
such a practical demonstration of lift!
therly lovo and mutual helpfulness between the two railways was very skeptically received by local railway otli-
rials, and Sir Thomas Shaughnessy
when questioned on the subject,
promptly gave denial to tho supposed
project. "No such srrangemcut is
contemplated," ho said.
WOULD MIIVI'. TBADB AWAY
"Montreal should hesitate before
attempting to strangle the couinirrco
of our port by such u liu<:k«'nril
step," declared Major fi. W. Stephens,
president of the Harbor Commission,
talking about the city's proposal to
impose taxes of $X)ll,IKXI u ;eur nn
harbor property.
Major Stephens, who has just
returned from Kuropo, djclnre* ihnt il
this civic tax is impnsod it will nees-
nil ate the re-imposition of tminsge
dues on all vessels, Iho rnisiny of
wharfages to more than doublo their
present level, and an increase in'O'l
nls charged for spaces and prjvil'ges
on the waterfront.
This, he says, would destroy Montreal's competitive position ind would
drive our trade to Now York, Portland and Huston. Major Stephens de
clurcs lliul Montreal will lirst nf all
have to show what right it has to
tax property which the commissioners
bold to b* ferfersl pwjKjuty.
Th* mnjpr bus just returp«! Irom
Europe whore he has been negotiating
with Lloyd's for bettor insuronco rates
for vessels on tbs St. Lawrence route.
VQTP8 FOB WOMEN
A reader of Pr. Johnson has stumbled mi this bit of wisdom which he
thinks applicable tn tho suffrugo
question : "Nature has given women
so much power that the law vervuiso-
ly gives iliem little." This is interesting and timely now as it has just lion
learned that suffrage societies ill i'ii»-
ada are preparing a reorganization
scheme with a view to perfecting and
strengthening their several clubs and
starting a hot campaign for » u'.<
vi ten nest wiutsr.
Notice to Contractors
Boadways, Curbs, Etc., Court-House,
Vancouver
SEALED TENDERS superscribed
"Tender for Boadways, Curbs, etc.,
now Court-house, Vanoouvor," will be
receivod by tbe Hon. the Minister ol
Public Works up to noon on Monday,
17lh day of July, IUI I, for ths construction of Boadways, Curbs, etc., nl
the now Court-houso, Vancouvor.
Plans, specifications, contract anil
forms of tender may lie seen ut Ihe
offices nf Messrs. Daltou k Evolcigh,
architects, Davis Chambers, Vancuuver, and the Dopurtinent of Public
Works, Victoria.
The linn whose tender is accepted
will have to deposit with tliiyr tender
an accepted bank cheque or certificate
of deposit on a chartered bunk of Canada, made payable lo the liomirnblo
the Minister of Public Works, for u
sum equal to tcu per cent, ol tbo
iiiiii'init of their tender, within three
days of notification of acceptance ol
lender.
I' nil. 1 . will not be considered unless
made out on the forms supplied, signed with the actual signature of tho
tenderer, and enclosed in thu envoi
ope   furnished.
Tho lowest or any lender not ncces
surily accepted.
,1. E. GBIW1TH,
Public Works Engineer.
Ii.p. 11ii11.nl of Public Work*,
Victoria, B. C. 30lfa June, I'JII  17-7
TAKE NOTICE that tho Council of
the Corporation q( the Cily of North
Vancnuydr intends to construct as a
work pf local improvement tho fading to permanent grade of Qucnusliury
Avenue, 30th streut, Sutherland Avenue and Lynn Valley limn I from Hid
street to city limits undor subsection
('JJ/ section 266 ol Ihe Municipal
Clauses Act and intends to muss ihu
final cost thereof upon the real property fronting or abutting thereon,
und to bo benefitted thereby, and lh.il
a statement showing the liituls liable
to pay tho said assessment nnd the
names of tho ownors thereof, ho for
as can bo ascortufuod from the lul
revised Assessment roll is now nn tile
in tho Office of the Clerk of the Municipality and is open for imped iu:
during offico hours.
Tho estimated cost of Ihu work is
131,MM of which »n,ir,ll is to be provided out of the general fund* of lis
Municipality.
THOMAS SHEPHERD,
City Clerk.
North Vancouvor,
Juno 37th, 1911. 7-7
NE
•JTBRN/
IPi.TpRn**
DICTION
THE  MERRIAM WEBSTER
The Only Sew unibridgwi die-
tionary in many jreara.
Contain* tba pith and eaunoe
ol an antboritativa library.
Oovera every field of knowledge. An Bnoyolopadia in a
aingle book.      i
Tha Only Diotionarf with tba
Hew Divided Pttte.
400,000 Words. 5700 Paget.
6(XX) Illus traMona. Oott nearly
half a million dollars.
Lot ni tall you about this moat
remarkable aingle volume.
Writ* lor simple
pifc., lull p*r-
UouUrs, etc.
Warn* thi*
paper and
we will
ami tree
Sisto!
Pocket
J
First quality Ice Cream, wholesale
and retail at tho Grotto.
ASK
your neighbours
and they will recommend it to
you—THE
electric iron with
a reputation.
HOTPOINT
We shall be pleased to send one of these
irom to you for TEN DAYS FREE TRIAL. Phone 46
Light and Power Department.
British Columbia Electric Railway Co., Ltd.
50 LONSDALE AVENUE
FOR REAL GENUINE BARGAINS
vJ •„
in Men's, Boys' and Young Men's Clothing
Values that will actually
save you big money, come to
$10 to $14.50
Suits
Cut to
$7.85
$20 to $25.00
Suits
Cutto
$14.85
We will carry no suits over into next season.   We prefer to
close out what we have left at a loss rather than have them
on hand.    COME QUICK WHILE THE PICKING IS GOOD
CUMMINGS	
THINK WHAT YOU SAVE!
BOYS' SUITS
at 2-3 four origuul price
The man who ii shrewd enough to figure ahead and invert a dollar where it will do the most good, will, at
once recognize in this oiler the opportunity to supply hit clothes needs at a decided saving.
Remember this oler includes every suit in the store.   None are reserved.   We refuse to carry any over into
next season.
Wm. dimming
113-115 LONSDALE AVENUE
$15.00 to $18
Suits
Cut to
$9.95
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$27.50 to $35
Suits
Cutto
Ymy Mtn'i into
$8 to $10 for $5.65
.a mm Vancouver b, c.
i
Express CUttiBed Ads.
wui'jt.iiMi.ii'wwwi.j^'wra
9m WmiiTli mW* V* Iimtion
•it Month, fie per Una per instrtion
FOE SALE
■..
First quality Io. Cream, wholesale
and retail at the Qrotto.
II...    L     I ..   I     IJ ' JP
FOR HAI.K-li'iiiii-ruiiiiiitl bungalow,
llth street and Sutherland, furnished,
price H,nM, easy terms. Apply .1. 0.
English, 0. K. grocery, t.onsdale Ave.
Ultra lino, large, pure-bred While
Wyandotte Click for sale cheap. Apply
Waghorne, Kipress Office.
Prsth HiiMi-imill. daily at the
Qrotto, fi cents per quart.
FOR SAI.K or Exchange 3 lota in
llrandon, Man., as first puyrnent on
North Vancouver properly. What offers.  II. J,, Espress Office, 11-7
FOB BENT
POil ItfiNT-Kjve-rnam bungalow,
llth anil St. (\|)drswV H> ii ili American Trust Oo, 11-7
TO I.ET-Purnishod rooms. Apply
B in li p.m., I sigh, Tth hnuse, llith
elreot east. IH-7
Launch for hire.   Apply-Peter   Larson's wharf on limiril Vina. 7-7
Pive-room   modern   hnuse   lo rent.
Close ^ Apply, Canadian Financiers
1.1.1..K.
of Hamilton illdg. ' '
TO   I.ET-Furnishcd  ronm with  or
withoul breakfast to i|iiiet respectable
man, llth street 1st N. W. I.iinsilsje.
H-7
Ihe Housekeeping Problem Holvid
Hammersley Ifniise, light boast keep-
ing  rooms,  close iu, modern cornea-
ii-iui'.i. Iii'iiiiiilul grounds hi.I view.
Prices mudsrato 11..inn* isi,... II.his...
'I liinl struct eust. Mrs. P. !"■■ :- -m-i.
proprietruis. 10-7
WANTED
WANTED-Small
oven tor lent. Dot
office.
conking stovi
11. M. II., i.i
with
prm
WAft'ED-Young
ply  (ieni  Theatre
p. m.
lad) cashier.
Iwtween 7 urn
Ap
7.:m
WASTEU-I'lain (vegetarian) board
anil sunny ronm by young man.
Please slate terms. Aihlress Hox IMM,
Eipreas Office.
WANTED- -Position us nursery gov-
srness lo young children. I'lnme Fair-
muni  .HI 7-7
WANTED-Drusmnkiug. All kinds ol
good class wnrk undertaken. Shirt
Waists and skirts n s|ierialty. Mrs.
Hu\in.iir. '.'ml lii.n-i. mIi sin. i, ml
joining Boulevard, '...nli Vancouver,
38-8
WASTED-AII kinds ol general it-
pair wnrk—saws set And shni|ien.<l,
links i.-(..iiii.1 and keys Titled. Muchiu
try cleaned and overhauled by expert-
cured mechanic. I'hurges nmderiite.
Address II. Tilley, 137 l.iiwer' Kcitli
K'm.l East, North Vumouier.        7-18
LO»T
I ii> I Him k Parasnl, purl handle,
Jul) 1st. lint ij in Ii) Frank Allen,eu»
tiler, Esplanade, lor reward. 711
. MIST—On Esplanade ur Norlh Vim
Count ferry a Hatch wilh inii|»nsivi
gold lill.il rase nnd li'iilher coronation
(lib. Valuable mil. I....ni . i,| in.-.,
'mn.n.s. Finder will be rewanlod al
137 l/inwliile Ave., Nnrlh Vancouver.
14.7
MJST--AII lasle for any oilier lea
since using Uilehie's "Maple I .i.l
Illeud" al 4i*<- |»r |miiud, and haa been
REtt'AKIIEI) wilb ihal which would
please Ihe mnsl fastidious lasle. S.
Um lm. Ihe I pin Dale (Jrnr.r, UM
Firsl straw cam. J.?
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HRNKY B. WATSON
Architect
Moosu 10 aad II, Pssdw Cbaaslitrt,
M3 Ptnder Street W.       Pbon. 34ft)
and l.o»-«liili' Ave,, Nnrlh VaBdiSver
Btstdsswt,  cor.  Maaaal*  Ars   ttvl
Mod slrsel, North Vsasouver.
New Harness Shop
A IIKAM'lf OF IKE VANCOUVER
IIAKNEMS CO, HAS KEEN IU'ENED
IN HIE ImEMfHEH OP THE C. M.
k Jf. OOAL AND SUPPLY Co.. COH.
ESPLANADE AND ST. iJEOfylE'S
AVE. A FULL STOCK OP PIB.ST
CUBS JfABNESH A Nil HOII.SE FIT-
TINOS WILL HE CAIIIllEl). A
SPKCIALTY WIU, HE MADB OP
KBPAIK VOW. PHICES WILL IF.
TH* SAMP, AS TH08B IN VANCOU
Yiacatyer Hirnew Co.
PBONBW
ii mm iMBBMBe—g
NEWS ITEMS.
,T. Lonttt and North Loptdalt
Frtth Fruits daily at the Grotto.
Elder Murray Oo., firs insurance,
Itesiilenass   built   to  Buit    owners.
Plans and estimates furnished, Offliu
and stow fistures. A. W. Wat*,<•'<•«-
♦rtotor and Builder, Bank of Jlsniil-
ton Building, Lonsdsle Avsniis. I'lwne
188. H-7
Maypole's Madov. Cream Butter,
Me per pnnhd at the tlp-to-Dale tiro-
eery.  Sfifi First Street East. 0-7
Phone your order to number 1131,
the 0. K. grocery, J, % English, Proprietor.
Brewer's XL Bread, fie per 16 ua.
Loaf (Union Made) only to be had
from Ihe Up-to-Uate Grocery, WW
Firsl street east. 8-7
'I'o Whom It May Concern I
This iB to certify that 1 lost 11 horse
insured with the British Empire Insurance Company Ltd., nf Vancouver,
II. C. for tWl. That my "proof" was
completed and mailed to them June
Cllli, I'JII, slid that I havo this date
received through Mr. C. 11. flickmnn,
their local representative, their chock
for the full amount.
Dated  al   North   Vancuuver, B. 0.,
this ml. day of July, lull.
B. COSl'MCK.
PLAZA ROOMS
Just iip.ni'il Ni-tt nnd modern
throughout, special rates by week, 118
Esplanade West. Mrs. It. W. Jackson,
proprietress. ,
r, ■
Lynn Valley Notes
(Express   special cnrrtspnndenl)
t
Mrs. Brown cnlerluined a lm. c mini
h. 1 nf her friends from Langley on the
holiday.
The raiu on the holiday cauglif a
large crowd nl |ienple who had come
lo ihe Valley to s|ieiid Iho day.
The Ladies' Aid of ihe Methodist
church met at the home nl Mrs. li.
W. Sugden on Tuesday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wish, new arrivals from the old country, have In-
' ii..1 in Lynn Valley, havjng bought
Mr. Snow's house, Frederick   Hoad.
Lynn Valleyiles turned nut eh ma so
In see Ihe fireworks. The cars were
sn crowded lhat great link attended
Ihoee who could arrive home befure
midnight.
Many familiar faces have l.atn wen
aiming friends in the Valley of late.
Among some of ilum were noticed Mr.
Bullock and family from Victoria, al
mi Mr. Buckley, who was sihunl mas
Iit in ihe earlier days. II.nli expnswd
Iheir surprise at the great change in
Ilie iippi-miuir.. nf the Valley.
Friends of Mr. McKay, employed
by Hastings I umber Cn.'will be sorry
In hear nf his very painful accident.
Mr. MeKay was in the ml nf cutting
a Inmnli frum a tree when the sue
caught another twig, dcllecting the
blade on tn his hand making a datp
cut. III.mil iHiisoning developed bill
reports tn date stale marked improvement lo Ihe injured fn.-i.iln-..
A delightful entertainment was held
in St. Clement's church, Lynn Valley
no Wednesday evening under the
nin.pi.vn id I lie Iwlin nf the ihurrli.
A large and interested audience tilled
the building. After the concert > ligbl
i.-pn-i was served for tho talent nnd
their friends. The proceeds ol Ihe concert will Iw mill..I tn the eburcli
In ink
Mr. It. W. Hull, ,1 prominent I mi
ntM man ot Toronto, in company
wilh Mr. Hen. Allan, also of 'lornoto,
are in Vancouver nn a trip up and
don 4be I'm iin roast, touching at
Victoria, Seattle, 'Frisco and is (sr
north as Skagway and Prince Hupcit.
Mr. Hull waa the guest of Mr. and
Mrs. Douglas during his stay in Vanrouver, making a special trip to Lynn
Vulley lo r«l| „n nld Iriends nl Toronto, lie was greatly impress*! with
Ihe Valley.
A very interest ing sight to be stsn
st 11 limine'.! mill is a hugs log V ft.
feel 6 inches by IA feet long. Jen of
these logs were oul Irom one tree, rtr-
ton) limn was made by Ilia crer in
getting Ihe giant out of the woods.
From Ihe hilrbing nf the sis horses to
the log In the arrival at Ihe mill a
distance of three mile*, the tint.) wss
under (our hours, Mr. t. 8. Goodall
lias taken a photo of the log tsit list
at the side nl tha mill pond. It it
worth t trip for anyone to tasks as
sights of this kind An only bs sera
once in a life lime.
FRED G. TURNER
Notsry Pufalis
Lotas, rnvattsstolt ant tnatlante.
Mooas W, W Ortavitlt St., Vaaswt-
tw, I. 0. Mom UN. Und tUgU-
i»y vork a apatitliy.
Police Will Take Action
Sabbath. Obsarvsnce Throughout tbs
Gity Will Ifartaftw lis Enforced
Vestsrday morning the polio, commissioners for the. city met in their
regular monthly session, M»ypr McNeish occupied the chair. Aid. Bender-
mm, City Clerk Shepherd and Acting-
Chiet of Police Stewart wars present-
The mayor brought before the board
a request from the Sabbath observance coimniiiii! of tho oity of North
Vancouver asking the police to take
action in several matters of Sabbath
violation throughout the city and district. Those consisted of selling merchandise other thun refreshments on
Sunday, blunting, the use nf firearms,
building and Chineso laundry opera-
linns. Regarding the shooting on Sunday the Mayor said lhat ho considered it not only a violation of the
Lord's Day hut as a very dangerous
pastime, as with high power rifles a
shot would go a long way and por-
liups find one of the visiting thousands who weekly come to our shores.
He recommended that action be taken
before any fatalities occurred.
SWIing Chief Stewart was instructed
to have a number of Bigns giving notice nf tho prosecution ol offenders if
thjs offence was repented.
In the matter of building il was decided In make an umendment in the
bylaw covering this.. The other mat
lam were left in Ihe bands of the Acting Chief with instructions for prosecution providing further infringement
occurred.
Aid. Henderson wished to know
what power ihe city authorities hud
in disposing of undesirables. The case
which ho had in mind was that of the
gypsies who were at present sojourning in our midst.
Mayor McNeish said that it was in
his mind tn mention this mutter as of
late an unusaul iiinniint nl drunkenness hud been taking place no the Indian rescrvo and us Ihe gypsies were
.renting land and liviug amongst the
Indians he surmised Hint they were
the source of Ihe liquor supply. Slops
lo adjust Ihis mailer will Iw takoh by
the police.
The police report for the month of
June wus submitted as follows:
Complaints reereived and attended tn
Wi. reports nf constables 17, requests
and inquiries IUI, places of business
open after hours 11, streut lights re
purled 5, injured persnnB ntlended tn
I, property hit outside business place!
I, summonses served IA, tires attended
lo by police 11, pro|ierly reported lost
III, propirty reenvrrod 8, larceny reports I.'1, iiiii'iilicl'il iiersous 1. Police
courl cases—assault I, dnmk and dis;
orderly 8, drunk ami iucapabla 10,
theft II, wilful damage I, abusive language 1, blasting infraction of bylaw
1, building infraction of bylaw I, water infraction ol bylaw 8, in slats of
intoxication (Indian act; 3, juvenile
incorrigible I,
Many Witiiess Fireworks
7nesday night saw the PompleUfm of
the Pqmini°n Pay Mltbration at (east
at far as Nprth Vamrnqver was con'
earned, Owing to th* pouring torrents
nf rain on llm lira! of July 111" Artworks which were the.feature,p| tlm
celebration had to be postponed and
Tuesday night was the most oonyenl?
ent time for sotting than) off. At 0
o'clock fully live thousand people lined
the lore«hn»e in front of tlj» Hotel
North Vancouver to witness the greatest display In the histo'ry of tlie city.
The eiiininiM'" in charge of the display under the direction of Mr. .fntipn.
had procured two huge scows and had
ihe.-e moored about a hundred yards
from shore in such a manner as to
form a gigantic stag's sotting. At U.lil'.
o'olnck tho celebration was n|ienod by
two large pa|H>i' balnnns being sent
im, carrying strings .nl pretty lights
attached. The 13 pound »hel!s guvn
inline beautiful effects. These would ascend In a height nf 1 br ■..■ or four lupi-
ii,i.l fool, burst and thowcr a cascade of red, blue, greoi, 1 olden and
many other colored firo-i in WUfpllg
willow form across Iho hem • 1- Iht
feature of tho sot pieces was tho famous Nanama Falls. The photographers were present and a few took ad-
vnnfago of its light to take somo
phutograpliB nf the 'crowd. Othor
set pieces were King George nnd
Quash Mary, Mayor McNeish, The
Bainbow, Canyon View Hotel, Jones
Ice Cream and others. The water
lights were particularly pretty giving
a Bwallnw-like effect of remarkable
brilliance.
The display in all look about twn
hours and was accompanied throughout by selections by the Cily Band.
Tnn much praise cnnnnl bo given to
Mr. Jones whoso hard work in this
connection hns been as inslrumenlnl
in making Iho affair a success as the
ins! i.iii.. ;,i lireworks themselves. Seldom is il tbe privilege of man to witness beautiful sights nf Ibis nature
which must have been the Inspiration
uf Ilie pool who im.ii.- the words "A
llm.   nf beauty is a joy forever."
Mrs. W. J. Irwin gave a delightful
•luncheon July 5th ut Inr home in
honor nf the most' Worthy Grand Matron of tbo General Grand Chapter nf
the Order of the Eastern Star, Mrs.
M. Alice Miller nf Oklahuma. The invited guosts were only Mutrnns and
Fast Miliums-, being from Cuiifnrnin,
Victoria, Vancuuver und North Vancniiver. The decorations wore boauii
fully carried out in Ibe color scheme
J red. Silk American Hugs wore used
fur plate cards, representing tho Ith.
After luncheon the merry crowd visited Capilano in automobiles, reluming
in time to attend tha banquit given
by the 0. E. S. in the Masonic Tern
pie.
Fresh Cream at the Grotto, 'J"i cents
per pint.
PIONEER
BAKERY
North Vancouver
•
beg to announce that bread
to North Vancouver Consumers, will until further
notice be delivered at a flat
rate of Twenty Loaves for
One Dollar—equal to five
cents per loat.
CHAS. M. KITTSON,
ft*
 ■ ill —H
t
HARDWARE
Is what we wish to call your attention to, our line is complete throughout,
We have just opened up a line of
Locks direct from New York. These
Locks are in dull brass finish of the
latest design,
Hinges, Window Catches, Casement
Adjusters, and all fittings to match.
Come in; we will be pleased to
show them to you.
Paine & McMillan
The Hardware Specialists
Fint St. and Lomdale Ave., North Vancouver
McMILLAN'S FOR MONEY SAVERS
A FEW OF OIlll PIllCES-COMl'AHE THEM WITH ANY.
.Sugar, gi'iiiiuliili'd, 18 lb. sack ...11.0(1
'lea, McMillan's :i lb. lor  il.no
Unking Powder, Coledyko Mi.nni
full in oi. lin   15c.
Cnffee—whole rnasi  and freshly
ground, per lb 26c.
Ham,  Imi. ■   sugar cured per lb....30c
Cnnnnl Fruits, delicinus California
i'cnrs,   IVai'lies.   Apricots   and
llns|ilii'iiiis, iter tin     30c.
I'iekles, One English pickles, per
bolllo  80c.
Butter, fresh made, New Zetland
II lbs  , |toil
j. a. & m. McMillan
 Phone 20	
TAKE NOTICE
THAT tht- Civic Information and Ubor Bureau is now
open for the ( 'hum hi. in !■ of liniploycrs ami liiiiployces.
Employers are requested to lake advantage of the Office
when requiring help.
Phone 321
W. It. MOOD, Secretary,
14 Lonsdale Avenue,
North Vancouver.
Hot Weather
Specials at the
New Drug Store
I a.'in for sore feel 2oo Boi
1 ilinl.   of Magnesia  tUic bottle
West India l.ime Juice Ifie  bottle
Base's l.ime Juice oOc buttle
Wimnrnis, Ihe great Jennie  $1.20  hottl.'
Welsh's lirnpe Juice '.Vic and fiftc buttle
I'ulii'iira  Soap  Slic cake
Sponges.  '.from If* to *'J.OO
Virgin Castile Soap in I lb. bars, 2 bars for Its.
Enu's Fruit Holt  ?fie  boMlc
Don't forgot m have ihe finest slock nf perfumes in Iho cily, Crnwn, Allium.11, fiver, Itnsud,
l.ubin, Colgate, etc
All tho good toilet waters at low prices. ,
Above all don't forgot lo hav* your prescriptions
filled here. Mr. )>. b. Thomas, rbm.ll., a grsd-
uale of Turnnto I'nivereity, personally does all
the dispensing.
North Shore Drug Co.
ESPLANADE WEST
P, S. THOMAS, Phm.B. ■£-•
t few doors west of the Post Ofrfct.
'foods delivered to any part of city.
I'lione 311 House i'lione aa*.

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