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Volume 11
Norts Vanoouvbb, B.O., Tuesday, June 87, IO}!
Number 32
Gftml Program oi
Sports lor July lit
The sjKirts comirdWee ol the Dominion Day celebration mat on Kriii.y
evening to arrange i Is* ol tin many
details, which must noaswrily be completed this woek. Owing to ihe fact
that on expenditure of KO or so would
be necessary to put recreation park
in shape for thi 16-mile marathon endurance race it was decided by motion of Chairman Allan and seconded
by W, C. Oram that tbe ri.ee be
started from tbe city hall, the course
to be over streets decided on by committee to Lynn Vulley and tbe Lynn
river intake and return, a distance oi
slightly over 13 miles. The race will
be started at 10 a.m. and the finish
will be somewhere in the vicinity ola
quarter past eleven. Prises in this
event will be: First, gold cup, value
160; second, cup, value 136; third,
fourth and fifth, prizes of 116, 110 and
t8 .espectivdy. The officials in charge
ol the race will bo W. C. Green and
J. D. Tompkins.
Messrs. II. B. Campbell and N. Wilson were appointed to take care of the
suitors' sports which will be held, nn
the Esplanade or in Victoria Park in
the morning commsneing at ten o'clock.
The baseball event between two ol
the best amateur teams from Vancouver will be pulled off in the afternoon
at Recreation Park, germ called at
4 o'clock.
Further details regarding the sports
and tho program of tho day will he
published in next Friday's issue of the
Express.
POLICE COURT
Charged with non-compliance with
Ihe building bylaws of the city ol
North Vancouvor William ,1. Truss appeared before Mayor McN'cish and .1.
,1. Woods, ,|.P. in tbe police court on
Monday morning. Tho information in
Iho case was laid by Mr. Fugler, Unbuilding inspector, wbn stated that
he hail notified Mr. Truss several
limes ubout taking out permits lor his
buildings and thai finally truss hud
come down to his office and bad ll.e
permits made out, but had not Ihe
money to pay for them. Mr. Trust
|,leaded guilty to tbe charge and vt'as
fined |6 and the costs of the cuurl io
default of payment of which ten du;.s
in gaol was to bo his portion. In pin-
nouncing sentence Mayor McNcish said
that this was Ihe minimum line wl.iih
the statutes provided.
The society for the prevention ol
cinelly ti) animals represented b,' Major P. 0. 1'ulli of Vancouvor laid
charge against Max RosU-in for driving a lame vhurso. Max plead-.1 gudly
and was lined V> and costs.
CARD OF THANKS
Mr. md Mrs. H, Rogers, ll.i.d
street, wish to thank tbo many lin i"'
who sent flowers und who gave so
many thoughtful and comforting expressions of sympathy with I hem during their recent bereavement.
his snug home to parties in Vancouvar
who .intend localiug in thi Valley
some time tbis month. Mr. Snow is
contemplating building a larger and
mora expeuaive home near the same
vicinity is tha Valley.
A fierce bush fire raged all dajy Mou
day of last week in the part of Um
Valley known as Lynn Vie*. Mr. .1
Oner's house waa the moat exposed lo
danger, but the fire warden was on
hand with his shovel and bucket
brigade and kepi the lire in check.
Tha Lynn Valley car jumped Ihe
track it the turn near St. John's
college one day recently. None of the
passengers were hurt but their feelings
received a shock when they found it
was a case of walk the plank road
once son.
The afternoon tea given by Mr*.
Robt. Brown on Tuesday ol laat week
was enjoyed by ail. About 'M ladies
participated in tba hospitality of lbs
hostess who was assisted by her two
daughters, Mrs. F. McCarthy and Mrs.
Robt. Harvey, both of Vancouver.
Light refreshments were served during
the afternoon.
Lynn Valley Notei
(Express special correspondent)
Mr. Anderson of Peter Raid sold bis
house last woek.
Mr. Herman Brown spent Sunday
with his aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs.
Hobl. Brown.
Mr. Cross, Fromme Road, ii having
a fine largo verandah added to bis
bouse.
Mr. and Mrs. ,1. Honao have dcci led
to locate in Ihe Valley instead of going to I'eiiibeiioii Meadows.
Mr. Wm. Morrison loft for Kamloops
to locate mining claims in that part
of the province.
Mr. Penndl is about to erect a new
house lor himself at the corner of
Campbell and Davenport Road.
Mr. Pumeroy'a young son Edward,
who met with a painful accident recently being thrown from a butcher
cart, is progressing favorably.
A delightful outing was enjoyed by
• party of Vancouver friends of Mr.
and Mrs. Snow, Frederick Road.     A j
trip to Ihe canyon was Ihe order of
the day.
Mr. Reckolts and family have taken
up their residence on Frederick Road
west. Mr. Heckolls has been working
among the Chinese for a number of
years..
A very entertaining concert will be
given by St. Clement's church members on duly tlh. Admission V cents,
children under If, 16 cents. A good
crowd il looked for as a first class
program is provided.
Mr. Snow, Frederick Road, bu sold
City Council Meets
Following the reading of a communication from the city treasurer al laat
night's meeting ol tbe city council
stating that the tax notices bad all
been mailed, an exhaustive discussion
arose regarding Ihe dale which should
be set for tbe rebate on taxes. Aid.
Smith pointed out that bis cheats in
Ihe old country were unable to remit
in time to secure the rebate on account
of the long time il lakes to gel letters to the old country.
Aid. Dick thought that a set dale
for Ihe collection of taxes shoild be
made and that year in and year out
Ibe cily should slick lo tlm date so
that Ihe taxpayers would imi In cm
lueod with changes. He further slated
that many of tbe taxpayer* were dependent upon Ibe real estate agent i<-
forward their notices, ami as *»(
sometimes the case lb.'so were delay nl in Ibis manner.
Aid. Henderson thought lb.il lbs
remedy lay in allowiij a blllo Include lo the absent awcer bill agreed
Ihol a sol time should bo runic.
Aid. Kiltaon thought there »r.s am
pie time lor old country clients to rc-
niil, and if the cheque wus mailed on
or before Ihe 6tb ol August Ur rebel'
held guild
Tbe matter was linitiv referred lo
Ibe finance committee for arejoinmen
dalion.
Regarding a long slundini arrounl
ol Dr. Venter's »g*in»: i'c city (»■
services to a Mr. l-orioi IvMayn
Wm. May, lo whom the n.nlcr I-, n
been referred aroie slaiinj' thai hi
himself had sim,»i< n. I ihe w-nices ,1
the physician. "To prove that the
man was sick, he died," was an extract Irom the Idler. Tin- council au
lhoii/e.1 payment ••( this acitinl
The district council sent n |» Hum
lor the signature of ibe civic sulfa' ri
liee aulboriiing the drawing up of a
bylaw for Ibe raising nl fll)0,O»0 to
enable Ihe district to carry' on Ibcii
various public works and lor Ibe erection of various wharves. The city as
owners ot lands in Ibe district lgrccd
to sign this petition.
The Colonial Engineering Co. wrote
asking 'or a franchise in Ihe city for
lighting power and waterworks plant
In this .matter Ike clerk waa, instructed lo reply lhal as ihtyftiy bad already granted certain franchises the
consideration of further on.- could not
be it present colfidarcd.
Peter Brynl, il ladian sgenl ll
Victoria, wrote refilling the extension of the Espjsnadf elong the lore-
shore in front of thl Indian Mission,
that aa the Indians were holding a
council within a few days, il would
be an opportune tiaas for Ihe cily to
send rcpreacnl elites to confer in Ibis
matter. Following the reading nf Ibis
communication il wis moved Uml, a
letter asking) lM exact time and place
id Ihe IndiaM masting be seal to (he
Indian ageM.
Mr. 0. s/fMMa, secretary of Union
of Canadian Mamipaliliee wrote slating that ll*» Mft convention of ihe
union would bl held in Montreal and
celled attention lo the fact thit Ihe
city's subieripUon lo Ihe national nm
gatine whkk ifcty publish wai due
Tbe oierif ni instructed to forward
Ihe emoieW of subscription.
Mr.  la/eMfM, vi>o resides on lute If
and 16 ft thi corner of donas Avenue
street flared a request before
unci!   asking  thai a road   be
up I o the lots in questing ll it
intention lo erect a 12.30* <e
than immediately, and within
[nut  10 months would erect an
building in lhat vicinity.
Uncle Sam: If I can get that Natural Product Beaver, I'll toon get
that manufacturing fellow.
This matter was referred to tbo
Board of Works with power to act.
REPORTS OF COMMITTEES
BOARD OF WOHKS-
The ,i'iiniiiiic directed the city on-
gineer tp destroy tho old pound build-
ing by burning.
Mr. W. Morden addressed iho com
mittec relative to dumago done io up-
tic tank connected with his building nt
corner of bib street and Lonsdale
avenue by sewer contractors.
Referred to engineer to attend to,
expense of repair lo be chnrgi.il up lo
sewer contractors.
The committee decided lo recommend
lhat Foreman Amskold's wages lie increased lo 11.16 per month white pros-
sure of work continues as suggested
by cily engineer.
Hie rug imvi i c| ii ii ini thul inck
crusher would be put in o|ierulinn fin
Saturday.
The committee recommend I lin I I In-
city make all sewer connections frum
mains lo property line.
The committee recommend that Ihe
city engineer Ik authorised lo |ilucenl
ihe disposal of the parks commit!*)
Ihe number ol men necessary lo lay
oul Victoria Park I.u sports on Dominion Day.
PARKS COMMITTEE-
II,•- committee recommend lliul in
future park employees be engaged In
dig graves fur interments in lire cemetery.
FINANCE COMMITTEE-
Tbe committee decided to recommend
thai Ihe chairman of the finance com
null., and Ihe cily treasurer be empowered lu arrange fnr two paying
si.,n,ni on i-i'. days in order to ov
peilite th? paving ul the men.
fummiticc recommend ihnl llict'-c.i
surer be authorized lo make Ihe mr-
iry adjustment between the local
improvement account and Ihe Board
of Works.
FIRE AND I.IOIIT COMMITTEE -
Messrs. Iliiiievinnn k Curtis, an Id
lecU lor 131 Is struct fire hull udvuiiu
that they bad cxuininrd the building
end fiiiunl iIi.ii their suggestions re-
garding itrcnglhcning uf truss nil
pillars had been carried oul. Hi- -
also reported on the general chuiucicr
■a! Ihe work. The strengthening of
joists aiuuiid o|wnings hud been nl-
tended lo and a satisfactory arrange-1
ni.-ni bad In. n arrived ul wilh rog-ird
i,i Ihe ceilings ol I lie engine  in and
il.iimiii.iv Attention was called In
Ike uiiaetieiacliiiy stale of the I inline
room Aoor and architects urged that
hie drain be set under Ihe Door. In .
ell nth.i mailers connected with lhe|
building such aa checking of cxT.n,.
deductions, etc., the clerk of works
had reported to Architect Hope.
The committee decided lo recommend
that il" report be ie.-nv.-d and accepted by Ibe council, also that accounts of tiii' to Mr. .1. 0. Davidson,
clerk ol works, for superintending
building snd 160 to Messrs. Houeyinon
k Curtis for examining and reporting
on building be paid.
WATER COMMITTEE-
'f In- committee decided to recommend
thai a aervice main be laid on lo Victoria Park wherever directed by Ihe
parks committee for Ihe purpose ol watering plants and shrubs.
ary," F. Lust, solo by •!. Varnea;
sacred, "Consolation," Miller; march,
"Bounie Brier Bush," Slater (By
i, -i'ii--1 ; march, "Parade Day," Bos-
onkruns; selection "Every Little Movement" llnuii Miidume Sherry), Hnacli-
ena ;' dullard, "You are tho Ideal of
My Dreams," Ingrahum ; paraphrase,
"Meet me tonight in Dreamland," Fri-
cdmun, (liy request) ; religiose, "On-
wind Christian Soldiers," Chambers;
(iod Save tho King.
The Woman'i Auxiliary of St. John's
church will hold u salo of plain nnd
lam ■• work in (lm parish ball uu
Thursday, '-".nli June, at .'.it-') p.m.
There will Ik a stall of home nuide
brcud, etc. Mi, in,-"ii lea will be served.   Admission free.
Celebration Committee
The general committee in charge of
the North Vancouver Dominion Day
celebration will hold their final iumi-
ing for Ihe receiviug of reports from
the various subcommittees at llm
cily hull ul -'• o'clock this evening. All
citizens intonated are urged to attend. The subscription list which is
being circulated is receiving the goojir-
mis support that Iho occasion unrii,
hut more funds arc required. Any person on whom the collectors havo failed lo - .iii or whom they huve lien unable to find ul home will please accept
this invitation und send in their subscriptions tu T. S. Brown, business
manager lor the committee. The commit lee's lie.-id,|ii:iiiei.s an- at the office
of the Civic Information Bureau.
Phono 831.   P. 0. Box 76.
COIRSE   K01I   ROAD   RACE   DECIDED UPON
Tho course fur the murulhnn road
ruce to he held here on July Isl has
ben decided upon liy ihe cummitteo.
ll will Ik starting from Iho city ball,
First si led to SI. Andrew's, up St.
Andrew's to Keith road, out Keiil
roud lo ijiiiviisliuiv and from Incur
lo Ibe plunk road on 19th street, In
lowing this road to Lynn Valley and
ii.i mini., on Lynn Creek und nturn,
a course of slighlly over 12 miles. In
order that the runners will not mis-
lake the |impel course a saw dust
Iruil will be sprinkled from tho starting point lo the finish.
ENTRIES MI'ST BE IN
'flic entries ol those wbo with
lo compute iu the ainatour athletic
oventa on July fi/si must be handed in
In the secretary of the sports committee, Mr. J. D. Tompkins, before six
p in. on Friday of Ibis week.
BAND CONCERT
North Vanoouver city band will render the following program, weather
permitting, on Wednesday evening at
Victoria Park at 8 o'clock :
March, "By Right of Swbrd," Bcu
di.v . concert waits, "From the Kissing
fiirl." Howard- suit* A, "Sweethearts
fuVivs,"  Dewitl ;  suite R "My Ros
CONTRACTS   AWARDED
A short spcciul session of tho district council was heW yesterday afternoon for the purpose of opening Ihe
tendon received for the various works
of municipal and local improvement
which- havp been recently advertised.
The awards wore made as follows i
King, (Jurai and Nyi street, local improvement to J. ')'. Connefl at a price
of «7f6l i road in D.L. 106V to Stewart Colpitto, $611.30; Lloyd Avi., W.
S. Proecott, WW; Wostovor Raid,
Palmer Bros, k Homing, M»7f i painting Lynn Creek and Seymour steel
bridges with paint, L. W. {fori*, WW.
Reeve McNaught presided It thl
meeting and the ont ire council wis present with the exception; of Coup. Ward
wb6 is absent in England.
Vancouver and New Westminister lacrosse teams meet in Vancouvur pi
Dominion Day in Iho fifth league cap-
teal of tho season.
BORN-To Mr. ind Mrs. St. John,
36th street, a ion.
Mr. ind'kfri. filer Potter ol Ridge-
way Avenue are receiving congratulations on the arrival ol a son.
In honor of thl coronation thl National Anthem wai sung before nuns
in the Roman Catholic church un Sunday,
Tbe several new cars which the B C.
Electric have iustalled In their North
Vincouvir service are very mucn appreciated hy the travelling public.
Messrs. Ellsworth McMillan and I
party of friends loft an Saturday for
in up coast Ashing trip. They will
probably be absent for the greater
part of thi week.
The six-foot trails in MoTavish Park
connecting the canyons with the Lynn
Valley Road are nearing completion
and will be finished in time for out
Sunday's traffic.
Wilson Ai Lake, engineers and architects, 303 Hastings itreet, Vincouver,
are preparing plani and specifications
for I one story factory et Roche
Point for tbe Imperial Cir, Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Company.
The Ferry Company ire hastening
the repairs on tho old North Vincouver ferry boat in order that she may
bo serviceable for tbe coming heavy
traffic which is anticipated on July
1st.
Tho box of Royal Crown Cigars
given in the Hammond Pool Boom
competition for the highest run in a
60 ball straight pool game wai won
last week by Pomery with I icon ol
37.
Mr. J. F. Foreman, J.P., thi local
real estate man, has moved his offices
Irom tbo old location on First alreet
west to tbe building on Lonsdale Ave.
occupied by tbe Creamer Transfer
Company.
Mr. Jack Forbes, the local representative ol the Remington Arms Company and the champion trap and fancy rifle shot ol British Columbia, left
on Saturday for a trip to the upper
coisl country which will occupy some
lour weeks.
Mr. Alexander Philip, president ol thl
Board of Trade, returned on Saturday
morning from his eastern trip. Mr.
Philip his been absent since June 3rd.
During his absence he attended the
General Assembly pf the Presbyterian
church in Otfawa.
The Indies' Aid of tbe North Linn-
dale Presbyterian church are holding
an ice cream social and concert on Friday, June Wth, in the church. Admission lor adults will be 36 cents in lid
of church fundi, but children will be
admitted Ires.
The police fn Lynn Valley are working on a case of robbery which occurred there last week when a tent, tbe
property of Mr. Doherly, of Ontario
street, Vancouvor, was entered and a
quantity of valuables stolen. The thief
left his coat behind ai o clue and bis
early capture is looked for.
Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Brown md lam-
ily have takes up their residence ol
their property at tbe junction of
Eignlh ami Ninth slrosti this city.
Mr. Brown bad charge of one of the
largest districts in the city during tbe
recent census taking and is now business manager for the first of duly celebration.
The pronounced scarcity of fish in
Um vicinity of the Seymonr river il
more marked thii year thin any see-
■aM in the memory uf Mn
rusidcnli of the locality. Week
by wnk hundreds of imbHioui iport*
men visit Ibis stream in pursuit of Us
finny deuiiens, bat for the moii part
tboy have returned .empty heasiid ind
wilh the proverbial ducking,
One of thl Urge number of parries
of visitors who viaiUxd ttl fapiiiat)
on Sunday win (tecidedjy musical,
and when coming down to thi liny
^ the cfoclric cars about Ave i'cJ.h*
gave charming rendition! of lomi of
thl oid southern melodiei and folk
songs while Uu pleasing staccato notes
of a harmonica in tap uouth of in si-
pert accompanied Oie lingers.
On Saturday night <-onHifcii Prime
observed on Ihe ferry wharvei two
Indians acting in I ws^cwui mtom-
Cautiously approaching the oonstaMs
managed to arrest one of the men and
although he Ared aeveral shots frou»
bis rarafvif One ether mt> *fc> ***
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CAptUrBQ IMp Pf WffWm^ mB. ***?* p^ ^.
^fT^"^rr  Wf    •#*• WflHrW   *rf  ^WP        r*
gular pnwff M apiritl to tie U*M
*wf t^Wff'  ff" mm *m, m ^rWytT nyw
ity pt two.
Hold Short Session
Names of Ferries North Vancouver and
88. St. fieorge Will be Changed
A abort session pf tbe ferry board
was held yesterday afternoon, the
meeting of tbe previous Thursday having bun postponed on account of the
publio holiday. Director Paine wai
absent from tbe gathering, but this
wip thl only exception.
A rather lengthy discussion arose
over tbe reading of a letter from tho
Chas. c. Moore Co. of Seattle, enclosing blue prints and specifications lor
a boiler for tbe North Vincouver No.
1 specifying it is 136 lbs. pressure,
ind costing 11,186. In this ennnoctiun
Manager Heard stated that he lun
asked lor bids on a boiler with 160
lbs, pressure ai tho 138 wus insufficient for the strain to which it would
be subject. Acting on this information the secretary was instructed to
write to tbe Mooro Co. asking for
specifications to come up to tbe above
requirements.
The Nprtb Vincouver Land and Improvement Company pjiced an > offer
before the directors of docking privileges for tho Nurlli Vancouver No, I
near tbe ferry approaches on this sidu
of the Inlet, tho price being a nomiuol
one of 16 per month. 'Ibis waa accepted.
Messrs Davis, Marshall, McNeill k
Pugh, speaking for and enclosing correspondence from the depart mont ol
Marine and Fisheries, Ottawa, wrolo
re changing of unities of the old North
Vancouver and the St. Oeorge Ferries
saying that applications must be made
to the registrar of shipping when certificates of registry would bo issucl.
By motion ol Mr. Larson this wus left
in tbe hands .of the manager.
On recommendation of tho mayor
a pan was granted to Mr. Oram, mi
perintendtnt of tbe city waterworks.
The contract for the construction cl
the 16 pontooni to bo used in the new
ferry wharves at Vancuuver were divided between the Wallace Shipyards
Ltd, and Ibe Vancouver Engineering
Worka at Ihe prices ol 11)70 cich mil
WW each respectivdy. The other lender, that ol tho McDougall-Jonki'is,
engineers, was al a price of 11013 inch
which eliminated it from consideration. The eight pontoons apiece which
tbe Wallace Shipyards and tho Vancouver Engineering works will construct will have to bo completed within IM days dated Irom Iho uccepinn-e
of thi tender.
Mr. 8. C. Scarlett, secretary of tbo
Vancouver branch of the Ontario l„
O.L., wrote tbe board asking price,
etc. which tbo ferry authorities required for the use of tho St. lleoruo or
Ibe No. 3 for an excursion up llio
North Arm on July 31st. In this mutter the secretary was instructed lo
write laying that tbe proposal ...ul.l
not be considered.
Mr, Boy Wheeler of Ashcroft, B. C,
spent'Sunday in the cily.
The city council have lutborilod
thi rolling, griding and levelling of
Victoria Park lor tbe coming Dominion Day celebration sports.
Mr. A. L. Mould of 6th street is
•bout to construct i large /our suite
apartment bouas. Ihe buildiug will
be of concrete foundation construct inn
and modern in every particular. The
cost will bo in the vicinity of il.owi
Several owners of valuable dogs in
the oity an complaining that snuio
petty tilled is systematically slouliug
the collars worn by tiff dogs As Ihe
tag which shows that Um nmi-ul li-
eenee hu bun paid ii usually attach
ed to the collar the owner not "ik
lone, thi collar but likewise bis re-
ceipt lor taxes. Petty thievery of till
nature is not oply a crime ',ul il is
oontemptibii ind when caught Hie
miscreant should be dealt with is-
varily.
KOOEHS-PRESTON
0| Saturday afternoon at tho reaj-
item of Mri. R. K. Birr, en 4th
itreet Mr. filler Rogers and Mii«
Cferi Oempbell Pros!on wen undid
In the holy bonds of mairimosy, by
lir. f. C. Schiicter.
At Un rsjldenw of FaOu'i Peylavin
OS Wednesday last a quirt wedding
took pjape when Mill Edith Brynos,
niece of Ut. C. A. Mne, vps united in
marriage is, Mr Pau«n« of New Wwl-
nHMff*. IM COiptt wi)J ref iin a
law Sty, ), IM oily alter whi* (hoy
W$ £»m to It* home in New West-
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lATBJ or SUHBCUIPTIOM
iiiiii jiw,'fl.tm Si* moiiUis, 5/1(1. Tlirco months, 26c.
United StiiieNiiiid-Foruigii, fl.60 per jour
"AdVlftillillli   l'(l||e|  H'ill  He 0>>Ud  nil  lipplielltioil.
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TbuExprusn is devilled In the lulurimls ul llm north Shore of Hurrard Inlet
emluslvulj'.     It, coiiHiiiimiH un udv'iirtiHii.g uu'diiiiii pf eiceuUonil vuliin /or
reacbiiis In ii tliornllgfi mid uffuctiyu iimniiur lliu popiililioi) of Nurlli Vuncouver
' City ||||) District.   Every efforl is Hindu in jiivc iidvirlisurs the molt Mtisfsclnry
lorviwu '. ■ >
All o)))l||ge« In cniilnicl iiilverlisunieiils ulniiilil be ill thii prinlnrs1 lllinds not
j lutur than III nni   timidity and 6 p.m. Wednesday in uiisnru insertion in Ilie
following i-siiu.
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Niiriii Vancouvek,  ji C.'
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THE   PHODLEM  OF  SUNDAY  OH-  individual, Iho family, the community,
. . SKUVANCE. .[tjao elate, it is essential to the high-
mi.    ■ 11 1. 1    est wclfnre of humankind in every an
Tho  movement   which   was recently,      "*7?     .   "»».»"w 1  .»
poet anil in all relationships and   as
set nn fool lo uecgre 11 more hc.nmji'g
iiliiici'viinci' nf ilie Snlib.il h ju I lm city
and the district is mm whjch nl|| r..m-
iiiiuul strong sympathy upon tho purl
of n very large proportion nf local
ie .id. in:.. ll muy he uniie .11., ',u»ly nf-
Armed that the citizens of North Vol),
couver are in favor nf a ipiiai anil orderly Sahbalh. They have giv'in inn-
elusive evidence nf this upon pluvious
occasions when circiimstaiiers roju'ic-il
action along those lines and there is
every reason In conclude that they
ire of the snrnc opinion still. Vol
only as 0 matter of principle up'ui thu
part of Ihe individual citizen but also
as 1 matter of public poliuy it will
be recognized lltnl if Njirtb Vancouver
is tp become a favorite' residential section—if families of tne most desiruble
clues are to lie induced |n make limit
p, nn.'iieni li'.ui, here, it is imperii-
tive thai this community coin|iare fa-
vorably with neighboring communities
in the matter of Suhbuih <)e|inri incut.
Broadly speaking, there can be no
dnubl as In the sentiment uf IherMn-
munity iu (bis regard, Front ihc'prac-
tical viewpninl however, it will bo
well In recognize ihe difficulty with
which the working mil of iho movement will lie beset. To Infill villi,
Ninth Vuiicuiivei is ui 1 disadvantage
as compured with Vancuuver as I.i the
power vested in tba municipality fur
tho control of mailers pertaining in
Sabbath nbservunce, innsmuch ns Vuncouver is inrur|iurnled under a S|)«!iiil
charter while the North Shure nuuii
cipnlitics ai-o incorporured under I hi
Municipul Clniisrs Art. There uro
some features nf Sabbalh olmorviiiiir
locally which ran be regulated by ie-
solution of .the Hoard nl Police t'.un-
miseiotiers nnd with re«|K'Cl 0) wlich
nothing more than un intimation limn
Ilie police will be rcipiired, Ihere SI a
other features which Ihe councils
will And il within Ihoir power lo re-
guliite, but tiller due allowance lias
been made fur such, there remains
much lliul can lie controlled oniv by
recourse to Ibe Dominion Lord's liny
Aol, which can be made operative only
through the consent ol Ihe Attorney-
(leneral of Ihe province in each s|>rri-
Ac instance.
Another circumstance which will develop when the matter is approached
at close quarter! for prndieol ptitpoi.
aa is the fact lliul while ibe mass nf
citizens will be lomid i|i|ile in ucconl
wilh reference tn thl theory of Sabbath oljservuni'e, differences ol opin
ion will arise as lo the" degree to
which il is 'advisable al Ihe priwnl
juncture In pn'w for the reduction ol
those theories lo actual practice in the
community. To l» s|>ccilic, there will
not lie .found any u|»prcciobie dissent
from Ihe effort to stop blasting on
Sunday or the use of Arcarms or work
ii|)on tho erection of buildings'; hut in
- view of Ilie peculiar conditions which
exist relative to haul tourist travel
on Sunday it may be doubled wh#
ther 1 movement to Hose-those places
of business (other than hotel bars)
l)w ijusing of which woujd deprive the
travelling public of privileges which
,'. are Considered ees^ttiul lo their 11c
wmjBQiLiliaAi, woufd; iatri- fitn »< «
sufficient prepondsranct of public sen
tfBjent lo give it the /mattkry sane
such   is   worthy   every   consideration
I and ovcry provision necessary to promote) Hu due and proper observance in
the ciiiiiinunilv.
THE ENCOURAOEMENT '
OF THRIFT
"There is nothing more admirable
than thrift, and Ihere is nothing more
pitiable than when the acri initiations
of thrift are | ockelod by ihe rapacious
leu inc.. who prey upon thu .mull investor," says the London (Eng)
Economist. Thrift is both a private
and a public virtue, anil as a private
vin 110 it gives lhat fueling nf independence and cuiii-iiuc which springs from
the sense nf security and which are
not only virtues in themselves, but
uro aji nliui'ni nidi' pen.- .-ilil,- hueis nf
character. As wages, salaries end profits grow in all ranks nf society, there
is a natural tendency for Ihe standard of living lu rise, luxuries become
i.uiiiiiiiii. anil comforts Income necessaries, and although diffcrenl views
may be hold as lo the lavish hubits
of wetillhy individuals, there isngon-
eral agreement ai to-the need, of
thrift among persons of small incomel
Il is mil only desirable and alieulutely
necessary that the individual should
lake care to put aside a reasonable
piiipuiiiun of bis income for investment, but ilini bo should slum the
iiiiii'lsiiuin of impiiiviileiiee thai inevitably leads tn the ponrhnuse and no
better plan nf investment could be
offered him. than lhat which is provided hy the Canadian (iovornmenl
Annuities Act. It is not only absolutely sole, but ihe Iwnchts I,, lie
derived from an investment in the
porrhusc nf an nnitjiity a re far m we
li,mi,Mini 11...1 ilinse which may lie
derived from any olhcr safe invest-
mint, the Annuity rcjircscnting a return to the investor pf a portion of
his capital as well hui the interest
thereon in periodical -payment 1
calculated upon the number uf
years he may live, und he gits full1
lienein of every dollar he invests, nol
one cent doing charged him for any
expense. If he lives Ihe number of
years from nniLiifler 60 which he may
bo expected to life, he will roceivo
back all that lie pays in with "on
pound Ir/lerest nl f per oenl. If he
slum Id survive bis expectation, the
income will nut cease, bill will be con
tinned in regular payments every .pun
lor should he live lo be 100 nr longer
and ibis lad will probali|y concern Inin more 1 Inin Ihe possibilily
1 tint he might die before he had rsciv-
ed . luu I. nil Hint he had paid in.
Marling nl 60 to receive an annuity,
he would in II or 16 years gel back
Iiii thai he had paid in with Ihe internet (hereon. We do not know of
any inslilu'tbm which u/iM piisciiity'
afford lu offer lewis al, advantageous,
and if Ihe people nf Canada wereub'^j
lo realize the lavorable conditions un
which uiiiiiiiliesvould Ijc MYutod h?m
the, government thou- would Ik pcr.v
few ainoijg.th* |hf|Ry and thoug)it,'nl
wlio would not lake advantage Ihce-
of- fl you will write to th« Si,|Hiiu-
JWVW <)f.'>»70AVtW,'Qvty>l|l, lo *%.
furnish you with ill the information
desired u U lost, Hi. (live aim y.,,,r
you thi tremendom mniing powir o|
mtinaya it ppmpoun4 intarnt.
NORTH VANCOUVER, B,
System
House Connection!
Notice to Property Owneri
of North Vancouver
As Iho main drainage system is approaching completion I beg to notify-
properly ownors that we are making
arrangements lo underlain the sewer
connections on the various private
properties nt a reasonable cost lo all
those who desire to avail themselves
of early druinuge fucilitlos. Having
carried nut the main druiitage system
for the cily council und having tho
necessary   plunt    und    skilled    labor
available   WO   UI'C   ill   Ull   eveepliunullv
favorable position lo carry out the
private house drainage at a moderate
cost tn property ownerf and we shall
lie pirn: ed tu furnish estimates and
plans if neee.siii 1 1,1 carrying out this
most essential work in acsordunco with
the oity regulation! and on most up-
to-date principles of modern sanitation.
Macdonell Gzowski &Co.
Office:
Second St. and Mahon Ave.
Phone 279
LV.W00DYARD
lll,fflH) cords ol dry fir wood for .juirk
sale.   I'rice per odd curds SI..Ml.
.  Special quotations lm  turgor .ipiiin-
titios.
Cut Wood-1II Inched 98.00, 13 inches
13.35.
0. 0. I).
Of ties end Yardi
SECOND and ST. PATRICK
I'bone UK)
1'. 0. Itur 136
(ion 11 buing.of j).ic wjll pi^Jt^tMlati Idrthllay,' end HHi* ihe age
(Jpou tfce l»sii of its vafuiiijs sy-
Wtfa diy-ri# day, i''m**\b* '>' )'"
rmwotm tyif^tMtMilhikmfl
u 'io'H Wd reetfnl Sunday is pn in-
atiUlu* 4 W »*W*» y»iM '♦*• *»
it which yjp desire the annuity to be
EfMtio wxt'lMpt ib#t it am*
lia uila) y»u m «, though you
0ty have it begin lit liy )alar' age
yuo Ami ft.    It  will demooetret*   to
Purse & Galloway
mif.niMI CONTIIAC'I'OIIS
llrick ipnl Concrete Work
lloiisos,   Ilutigalnws,   Lie. a Specially
I'bins submiltid,   Kslimates
Cor.  Iveiifa  Itoad nnd Houlcvonl
'    I
NOIl'IH   VANC01VEB       ''•'
North Vancouver
Coal and Supply Co.
Wharf: Cor. SI. Oeorge's and I'.i
planade.  Office: M Lonsdale Avenue.
Wharf I'bone IUI.    Office I'bone 108
COAL MKKCIfANTH
Deiileis in all kinds id lluilding Mn
i.iinl. Sand, i.inv.l, 1 • tm-iii, Lime
llrick (common and presaed), hire
Hricks, Fire flay, fluster, Fibre, I'lae-
Ur id Paris, Lath, Shingles, Drain
Tip., Tile.
Iliiin.'siic and lllncksmilh Coal.
I'niinpl delivery a specialty.
IR l« ¥(«->
xpciiknck
C;
Cheapest Buy in North Vancouver
Beautiful Cleared lot Off 18th Street,
only one - and - a - hftlf blopki east ot
Lomdale Avenue    .      ,    $600 caih
ELDER MURRAY CO.
17 Lomdale Avenue i s Phone 37
FIRE!    FIRE!!    FIRE!!!
FOR ABSOLUTE PROTECTION write a Policy in the
Commercial Union Fire Assurance Co., Ltd.
(LONDON, ENGLAND)
ASSETS! $94,900,000
Sole Agent
PfcRCY KING
NOTARY PUBLIC.      18 LONSDALE AVENUE
Af rssmtnti and Contracts drawn       ,,, .,- -, General
o» svanr dsicriplion rhone  101       Convsyanci
mu
Campbell Realty & Investment Co.
KOlt BALE—5-room hnnso on
Choi-
li-llii'lil
Ave.
Now, all modern.
I'rice
CI,3(K).
Easy
terms.
REAL ESTATE, LOANS, INSURANCE.
TELEPHONE 8q. P. O. HON 114
OUR NEW OFFICES:
Bank of Hamilton Building
We with to notify the general public
that we now occupy the front of ficei on
the fint floor in the new BANK OF
HAMILTON BUILDING, comer of
Fint Street and  Lomdale Avenue.
DOUBLE CORNER, FIRST AND CHESTERFIELD
You can well afford the time to investigate this
Buiineti Property at the preient piice, $17,000,
easy payment and terms arranged.
Canadian Financiers. Limited
Hank nl Hamilton lluilding (03 Lonsdale Avi.) I'i. KIWAIlK,
Phone 215 ''"Cui ,,|'|,; "
LYNN VALLEY
One acre block on niacgtlaniiied ronil,  will  make
a splendid homeiite.
Price only $800 on easy terms.
THE NORTH VANCOUVER TRUST
^
1
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CO., LTD.
Ileal   I .-1.ii.- and   Financial AiicdU.
'..si., in.ni- ,,! Sa|L. rlisciiuiilid.
219 tWdale Avenue Telephone 44
PALACE HOTEL
Kaiisi   J1.00  per  ind  up. .Special rater to linilliii
ami   lo regular   hoarder!.   • ''^"^J   '   '
rincst Roof (imtWn on Pacific Coast
REDA&ANDRUSS
Skcond Sikkit.   •
PROPRIETOR6
,.   NORTH   VANCOUVKK. II. C.
FRUIT    PRODUCE
CONFECTIONERY, CIGARS j Etc,
WHOLWALE ONLY I
PETERS & DOYU
129 Second Street Euf. Telephone
Convenience to Nortli Vancouver Merchinti
Bujr ii Vnw O w» Tow». Your Ordsrs Solid
Excellent Re»idence Lote
in Lynn V^ley
NfSW gUPSIIHVlON on FfonwioBpid
nojir tinrn linp.   Jilpojs I, 0.),,
atllKi, Iota 3.1x1113, pricw from W 0
up.' llnii-liltli cttkh, Malanpa tp if-
ranijo.
I.AItlilil I.0TH un HobWiis lioid i'"i
17fir clnso to tramway. Only HAP,
pnyolilo pno-liltli ca.|), lialanoe tp
nrrango,
I.AIKili COIfNRH .I.OT-Ccntw Una I
and Kill) Direct' 1016x157 ft. A
main 'thoroiiirlifiiro. I'rice only Hr
1150 fur ininiDiliiiti! sale. Tirius t'£M
ciibIi, linliiiiiii! tu urrun.'O,
IN NOHTII l.0N,SI)Al,]i;-Twp loll 01
Nye st not inar public school—
pni'lly clnui'cd and small slucl;.
Price only ffiSII for inimediato sale,
liillll ciisli, biilniice to urrango.
Alexander Pliilip
HI'iAl. KS'IATK nilOKEU
Clllll 'illlicli,   Is   |il.ill ill.-,
Nurlli Vancouver. l'huno 10
NEW YORK CAFE
Near |x,Ht Oflico
BiSI'liANADK WEST
First class niciils, %c, coiniiiiiliitiuii
ticket, ill meals, tl. Itepulur room uiid
ii.mi.i iii nnd up.
LOW SEA, Proprietor
Hi.,ii.i.- -1   li lu   10.15 ;   dinner 11   to
IMI; Siip|icr 5 to' 8.80.  Open ull day
l.ADY WAITBESSES
JAY & CO.
BUILDERS
I'ldni prcparod nnd Estiinntes given.
OHico 1 1107 DuniiiiiuB Trusl  iiMt.
Vuncouver.
I'lione 3197
llaiidonco, 15'J Kighth Ave. E.
North Vancouver.
fcj
'ATENTS
'.'.e 1*1 licit ilie busiiR.i at Uauuftdurcri,
Rnfftiwri and olhcm wliu realise the adrfwUl-
ily uf having llicir JPak-nt l-:.- •;:■ ■ ■■ tuncn (.-d
liy I-lspcrU, Pnliiulimryiulvii^trtc. Clinrpcs
tnodcnilt) Ourlnvcator'i Adv(wrrcatu|x>ii k>
Qitcft. M...ii ui1- M-.:i :'-. Hcg'd., ."• w Vork Ufe
Nilfi. Mi>iitiril'tbaWi*lilriL'IUD I) r.   II Mi
WE COULD
Paper the World
Iruni our stuck ol new Wall Papers
so it eccms. Kvery day some new
doiijjn arrives lo 611 lha vacancy
uf ilium' clnsid oul.
iMandiome Wall Paper*
ure In-,..' in ondloH variety, dust
I ell our siilismun fur whut room
you wutil the |>ajior and he will
show yun |U|| tho imlli'inyuu are
i1.11l.11n' for.       ■
Tu   chunse from our ll ock is a pleasure, lo |>u>- our in ii e Is easy,
W. H. ST0NEY & CO.
117 Lonsdale Avanue
I'hime Hit
N. A. KEARNS
ARCHITECT
Telephone 276
" t
127 LONSDALE AVE.
NOltTH VANCOUVER ■■MlPiH
TO MWm, *lp*W VANQQVVP, B: Q,
TBRSB
rw ■ ■ -
TWO DAINTY LINES
i.AIiiks BEADED I'lTiSK.s lot iiiniei me am among Ihe
dajpty lines we ure allowing at tho present lime. These came from
I'nti.i, lliul city ol fashion which gives us so much that is iioul
and dignified. These iiinnis aro ilrongly made, aro very'dolicute in
pattern and beautifully tinted, showing tho great skill W tne
I'Vunch experts.
Ol'EHA HAGS—Always in touch with the markets which produce
tho host, we are in a |osi(ion to give to the public at ill times
goods which show the latent touch of fashion's dainty fingers.
These iijii-i a bags, lu ulii-ii wo call your attention, are now in the
. en.ii li of fushiun, and ure uf such quality and design tfiat wc feel
sure iln-i will remain |inpnlur for a long time. You are nceiling
somcthiiig in this line, limn see these beauties. •
1 '   '   ~*
Henry Birks & Sons, Ltd.
Jewellers and Silversmiths
G60' B' Managing Director ,   Halting. & Gianville Stl.
NORTH VANCOUVER
Lots in D. I,. 621, BAYVIEW; $300
to $325 per lot; $20 cash and $15
per month; or $50 caih and $10 per
month; or $100cash,6,12,18mthi.
S. F. MUNSON
BROKER      333 Pender St W.      Phone 5654
Read the Express Want Ads.
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
"DUNLOP"Ho«eT"'B""""
"CYCLONE
"BAPCO
Every lingtli guarsiiteeil
))    FENCE and GATES.   WoareNorth
Vancniiveragentilor ibis dvnrlle fencing
ft   PUKE PAINTS in all colors and
finishes
ii
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ItANGES.   Tlm Giirnuy Oxford Steel Kangefoi Economy
and Efficiency
Garden Tooll of Every Description
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The J. D. Fraaer Hardware Co.
Phone 58.
143 Lonsdale Avenue
The WARBURN1TZ PIANO
MADE SPECIALLY FOR US
If you v.eie standing before a Warburnilz I'iapo yuu would doubt-
loss be struck wilh its handsome case of oxi|uisilc design. You would
also find Ihe most thorough workmanship and best materials.
This |iiano possesses a scientifically made sound bosrd ijuite different, to any oilier piano which causes it not only to retain its original purity of tone but lo improve with age.
Om low rent and expenses enable'1 us to sdl these instruments at
considerably lower jiricus than other high grade pianos ore sold for,
i'rices mi to mi.
Warburnitz Piano House, Limited
,443 I/)nsdale Avenue Phone 114
Communication
Editor Express:
Will you do my fellow owners of property ip P. f.. lira ind myself tha favor to publish tho following :
PJ8TBICT I.0T P
T« my follow owners of lots and blocks
i» P. L. BUS), Npjrth Vancouver:
My patient and long auffering friends I
I'ii ni l hope that you all subscribe,
for and road tho Eipreis, so that you
may aoe this hitter and many other
items of intercut to you.
Second—If my inenmry nerves mc,
more than two yuurs havo passed since
wo each gave, without money and
without prioo, sixteen and ono-hall feet
from the front ol our property for tho
purposo of aaouring a wider road
through II. I,. MM. Our present was
accepted and tho land expropriated.
Tho roud  was gazetted  and   named
Dudley Hoad."
Third—About one year ago I was informed by the Municipal Eugiuoor tliut
ilie road had been located, surveyed
and staked and that all wus roudy tu
call lor tenders for its construction.
Fourth—Some timo later I was informed that it had been found thai
two steep bliilin woro found at the
south end of 1). I., n'.l'.i and that it
would be necessary to dofloot tho rnuil
to the east through Block 22 or 23
ami Mini it would bo necessary to
|imeliiise two nr line.' lots to give the
road the proper turn. I.ator I was
informed I think fully one year ago,
that negotiations were in progross for
tho purchusc of these lots.
Fifth-At tho general election held,
as I remember on the 13th of January
last, tho money was voted for the
construction ol the "Dudley Houd."
For once I thought that Ihe time was
near when I could reach my property.
Sixth—Early in Muy 1 wroto tho
owners of blocks in I). I,. 6'J!I enclosing blank petitions asking the early
construction ot our road for which the
money had boon a|>propriuted, most of
which were signed ami returned to Die.
I immediately forwarded the signed
petitions lo the municipal crluncif.
Seventh—I'nder date of Muy 23rd
nil Mr. Farmer, clerk of the iinini-i-
|inl council wrote mo : "I ho Council
havo now acquired tho throe lots necessary, to make a good turn al the
S W. corner ol block 22. In view of
the fact thul owing to tin- re-subdivi
lion ol I'i J of I). I.. 662 in the city
ilieie ap|Kars to be no outlet from Ihe
Dudley road lo any other construclcd
road, I am communicating wilh Jlici
cily council of Norlh Vancouver with
the view of getting them to give some
connecting link wilh the Keith mud."
Eighth—t'pon receipt ol Mr. Farmer's letter I wroto His Worslii|i Ilie
Ifuyor of Iho city ol Norlh Vuneuuver,
asking his good offices in this bcliulf,
tn which I have received no reply.
NiniI. Un the r.'ili inst. I wroto Mr.
Hones, the city engineer, and received
his reply under the dato of 2l)tliin»l.
in which he says: "I hove not received any instructions to construct a
road in tho city to connect wltii thr
Dudley road."
Imill iin the22nd imi I wrote Mr.
Jack I.uiilct whom I understand is
the councillor lor the wurd in v'tutIi
our |iiii|ieiiy is loculcd and his
prompt reply reached mc this morning.  Tho reply is worded as follows.
Dear Sic—1 am in receipt of your favor of .lune 22nd, regarding tho-local
improvement work on the Dudley
Houd. I have brought this mutter up
once or twice, and each lime 'here
has been some good reason win We
were not in a position lo go ul Mid.
last year a|,parently tho late engineer
ol the district bad laid out Ihe work
in I). I,, n'.i'i without worrying about
the very accessory connection with the
city. Il was found impossible U go
down Ihe sloeji lilnli nnd a now road
was located and about a monlii ugo
three lots were purchased from the
owner iu Iho Yukon. Since tiny, a
new plan of D. I,. 662 has been nc
copied by the city add we uuv And
thai ihen' ii a bog on the road which
would i "line, i iho Dudlay Itoad la the
oily. Mr. Ilndgman and myself were
appointed to intorview Mr. Fell regarding a possible road, but Mr. Ml wts
absent from Ihe city and has only
now ie! ui md. It is doubtful whether
we can get a road without the cily
going lo great oxpense and the only
othor way would be to connect tiJnd
street and go east for one or two
blocks md then south. I will
again bring Ihe mailer up on 'linm
day next and sue if the ciiginovr can go
over the ground and bring iu I recommendation as to Ihe best way lo
got over Ihe-difficully. The coulit.'ial
delay is most annoying and if wo run-
not ijuickly gtl a suitable outlc lo
the city we had bettor see if there is
no way of connecting lo some road of
our own. There mud be soma met hoi
ol solving Ihe difficulty. I certainly
think Dial il a small committee of
owners on (ho Dudley Koad would
come boforo (he council it would undoubtedly help matters along is Ihere
is often • tendency lo lot a subject
drop if il is not of groat jnlcreel to a
majority ol Ih. councillor* I do not
think lhat any ol Mm councillors
would do anything to Mock tM ad-
vinooweut of the work, bul it is .well
tq tike no i^ity**.'1 f
(!onoluiipn-J Ijivo b-sen oprifjood to
my boi|te for tho last seven months
and cannot got out to attend meetings. But I hope some of tho other
iiwiinrii in P. L. 690 will |je on hand
next Thursday evening at tho mt»n|-
cipul council mooting to have their
wishes known and fell, f also liujio
thai !.i.:|iii will bo taken to form a
committee to represent and push our
interests as tho interests of other tectums are represented and pushed.
Tho season for road building is fast
passing and we are in danger of finding ourselves one year hence just whore
wo now are unless we actively assort
our rights.
Faithfully yours,
I,. EDWIN DUDLEY.
SEVENTEENTH STREET
Hull Block fow> MPNSDALE AVENUE. %l
Lot facing TSouth, $630.00,1 -3 Caih, 6 and 12 monthi
An excellent buy.
D. % 204     ,
do* to WATERFRONT an4 BRIDGE LOCATION. Double Corner. Price $1250.00,1-4 caih,
bal. 6, 12 and 18 monthi.   This it a Snap.
C. I. UW&ON & CO.
15 LONSDALE AVE. NORTH VANCOUVER
Phone 70—P. O. Rox 97
Mahon, McFarland & Proctor, Ltd.
=
sjbs
NEW CAPILANO CAR UNEn
50 ft. lots at terminus in D.L. 601 & 607
52 foot lots in Block 27, D. L. 599
i i  ii   .I    	
Phone 6286  -   - 543 Pender Street, Vancouver
mmmammatmB
North Lomdale Homesite
464 (t. frontage on three streets, including Nye and King Streets,
which are about to be macadamized. This property is close to
Lonsdale Ave, and has a magnificent view. It is an excellent investment in whatever way you look at it. Price only $2500, caih $900.
MARTINSON & CO. il%"
62 Lonsdale Avenue   -   -   North Vancouver
North Vancouver City
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CLEARED LOTS 50 ft x 147 ft.
In BLOCKS 15,15a, 16 and 16a. D. L. 550.
PRICES: $750 to $1000 according to location.
TERMS: I -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: I-4 Cash, Bal. 6,12,18 & 24 months
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The Grand Boulevard extends through thii property
i
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FQK P|ANS, PRICE UST AND PARTICULARS, APPLV TO
The North Vancouver Land and
OV
543 PENDIR ST. teJHS VANCOUVER, B. C FOT'R
——
THH EXPK&SS, NORTH VANCOUVER, J), C,
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The Bank of British North America
€spin>! P«ld U|» $41866,666,   Rewrve P^ $2,652,333
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,   2 Offices in Nfrrth V«ncouver-2       t
CORNER LONSDALE AVENUE" AND ESPLANADE
UPPER LONSDALE AVENUE (near Fourteenth Street)
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Saving Dupusiis nf fi.uo ami upwards received,
liiiiTuHi allowed ni i iirrmii ruins.
lUiililir's Minii'v OnlcrK issupi|,
Both bflictis inniKiii'i a jiiiiri-il lianliing inisiiii'ss,
anil mi' Qpuii lip Smiiriliii'  ni;;hl.
F. T. SALSBURY, Manager.
' iMrf, Wit ■/muAfjL.
UJitekf 6j4#urfd?t
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Suppose n eiesliiiiii'i is aliiiut tu or-
der suiiii'iliini' or other over your
iele|iliuiii The npcrulor I... i your
line or lines unjragad. The eusti.mor
must wail ur order solium lieiu el.se.
Mayliu lie chooses lo wait—culls again
—li(;iiili flndl yoir line or lines busy.
I Ii.ii melius ii possible loss of a customer.
The li. •!.'. mini mauls udr-
ipillle li'le|llinilli serviru f.,,- lliu
uri'iiiiiiiiiiiliiliuii nf liis Imsiness
nmi liis I'listniiiiis Winn ymi
lose customers lliriiiiL'h "Iui.y"
siefiuiln il li.is In en piovnl lliul
your . telephone facilities are
ininlji|iiiile.
I'eople   will I   (.el    liusilhs.   ||iul<|j   i|
easy for I heir onstomers to jet lo
them mul lune ihe dumber ol telephone  lines   ili..ii   bnsinoss   repines.
The iiuiiilier. .-1 ,1 |u. ilntei mined   |)v
the amount ,,f use nt the RIIHIKHT
time of the ilny.
B. C. TELEPHONE CO., LTD.
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THK PAIR
h|omo youthful recollections ire a
fruitful source ol merriment la one
|jrowi older, ind happening! which
iihi-iI to iniik|i a year or a week lake
on an important look are now regarded with good humored contempt. Hack
home the Kialer lair dates luck I.n
ages and haa afforded opportunity lor
the display ol the varied emotions ol
generation aNer glneratinn ol admiring children. 1 ehan't forget the awe
with which one first viewed i lie en
cluiiit.il ground, hobby Ii.hs.-h, circus,
ghost show mul awilehbaeks, amid I
liln/c nl color, and vibrant wilh Ihe
blare of musical instruments.      Ho.
from iifm  the music (?) I I us on
mounting into creaceniln step hy  .1
us   we approached,   and   as Ihe lav;
corner waa iui-n.il iouiiil.il as though
musicians   and   barrel   organs    aliki
were just about lo hurst.
The hobby horses al that lime were
the first at Irani inn and pi, .■..,. .1 a
fcinfiil and wniiHerful up|ieiim,ice. In
line nlie.nl mul abreast Ihey cantoreil
around 'wilh youthful postillions on
their backs who for safety's sake were
securely he.I to the supporting r.wls.
uml lieliiml the couch in whirl, Ihe
mull initialed took Iheir in i ride.
The Inn . on Ihe outside, ol ih
rniinilaboul were in greatest demand
hocause (hereon was lo Ik had the
longest rule fnr Iho half-penny and one
would wail several turns in order to
;cl the most for one's money. To
thos.' seated iu Ihe roach, Ihe one,
who rode on horses sinned on Olympian heights and when at lust—having
In en lid on very securely and well
primed wilh cautions mil to full offline joined their ranks, how inflated
.villi pride were we and on must ing no-
|iiniiiiein ■•■ a dialogue would follow as
follows :
"I hnve i •, on the hobby horses
this morning." ''(In Ihe horses or in
Ihe couch '"' "Ihe horses." "Hid Ihey
I'o you on?" "Hat." "I'ooh I I ride
without  lying on."
•So pinie would hnve n full nnd not
pick u|> until one was able to ride
without tying on.
Then I lie cirrus, liow scared we were
lest In some means the savage beasts
should gel loose mid muke n meal
of us, and how full of udmiralion tor
ilu- heroism of the lady lamer who
boldly placed her head into Ihe linn's
mouth.
The ghost show furnished lhc|>alhos
or bathos of (lie lair, for there   waa
rapraaeiilal "Little .1 im, the collier's
dying ddld." JIow rail It ill »eem«l,
IM Pill win face of the dying child,
Un wild grief pi the purents and the
descent of tba angels to carry away
Ihe miiiI of lii I In dim.
With what grief one saw the gorge-
mil equipment of the shows dismantled and packed into the wngnni, but
Ibis was tempered by the thought
that nest year Ihe caravans of the
show men would agajn assemble on tbo
market place.
WII.I, IIONKYCOMII.
The heavy rain of Monday wa i a
great Ibiuii to the oily wittering eart
aa Ihe roads and streets of (no municipality are in a parched condition.
Tho wholesale subteriuneiin dub'tigl
of the aewer contrnclnrs will soon bu
I thing of Ilie |insl ami Ihe scenic
pathways and rustic bridges hutwoun
and over the trenches and the mountainous plies of dirt (brown up by Ihe
men in Iheir gopher-like voenlion will
ilisii|i|,e.ii Por have mil Iho McDonnell i.'hsI.i ('nmjmny liil.ui on tuldili-
onul i'.uii men tiiis week wilh a view
lo s|iiislilv closing up their eonlriiels.
and as the llomano I'inlo |ieople hnve
lii lie more tn do North Vuncouver will
soon  ns nm..  her  pro|ior  mantle   ol
III..''.'Ill   elllllilinl.
I|bona your order to number 1131,
tlm 0. K. grocery, ,1. IJ. English, 1'ro-
prietor.
Wo
COAST DISTRICT, HANG IS 1
TAKE NOTICE thut W. B. Viiugh-
an, Sh|i..iiiileiiil.nl, inlands io ujiply
lor li.ilinssii.il to pnieh.ise the loll
ing .1..I,, ul ss l Liil, Commencing
I'i.'.i plnul.d (HI ih,nun wiiii ol
Northeast corner of lot 7311, ibsnce'Jll
chuins weal, thence 'J• n'.l chain.-, n nth
thence 'ill chains east, I hence TlS.OU
chains soiilh to |ilace nl Cunimei'ic-
in.nl.
W. II. VAllillAN.
Dnt.il April bull. Kill. 13-7
NOTICE
NOTKIIJ is hereby given that application will bo Hindu lo Iho Parliament
uf Cniiiidn at the present Bcssioii
thoreol for an Act to incorporate
a company under Ilu, numa ol 'Ihe
North Arm llridge mid liuilway Company, Wilh power to lay out, con
struct, operate, maintain, und u-e „
bridge across Ihe North Arm nf iliir-
i'iu.1 Inlet from a point on tho me
shore commonly known ns 'tha 'Jur-
IIb'b Head to u |io!nt on thu wist
shore on Lot 57fi directly nnlli of the
Island known us White Hook, Such
lliul; .■ to In) both for foot passengers,
eiirriugos, el reel railway mid liilWn)
|iur|ioses with llui necessary nppriinili
os, und wilh Power lo connct ihe
snid bridge wilh existing mid (mm.
linos of slniit ruilwiiy mid railwa)
und. lor I lie |iiirpo.<cs ol c. nne lin
with the suid slrcut juilwuys i.nil mil
wnys to lay oul, construct nnd op
ornlo one or morn lines of rnilwuy nm
uxceeding len miles in length.
And wilii power to cniistnuil, equip
iiiiiiiiliiin and ii|ieiiilii ii I,in or linen
of rnilwuy from Mime point < r, l,nl
'J/ili ul llm end of the ('iiniidiuu I'nci
lie Hallway Company's limn li II n
Irom I'.,, I Moody unl fnllowing I lie
Noctli iSliore of Hurrard Inlet to ii
po III iu Ihn Cily of Norlh Vancouver
or lo connect, wilh any rnilwuy thul
is or muy be eonstrucled on llic Noilh
Shore of lluiimil Inlii.
And for lliu purposed of jls under
taking to in'iplne nnl ilevjnp iiiiiii,
eloclnc or other power or tnigy, and
to erect lines for the transniissiun ol
Iho smiiii, nnd lo trniiamit nnd ihlivoi
the sumo lo any nliog in the Cities nr
Miiim ipiiliiie, through uh'eb li
works of the Conipnuy are aulhnri.ul
lo lie built, and lo rcroivn, Iruii-liiim,
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The Best Dye ii the
Easiest Dye to Use
this time.
If you have a dress
with trimmings of
different materials,
and wish to dye it all
one color, get a package of
RAINBOW
DYES
Then you will not have to
rip your dress apart, because one dye bath dyes all
fabrics equally well.
Ask Your Dealer for Then
U. 8. McllOWGI.I,
II. C. DIICOMMIIN-fi, in, |5t atom
COAST DISTBICT, HANGK 1
TAKK NOTICE (but iho Vanoouver
iiinliei i Trailing Company, limited,
im.mis lo upi'li for permission to
pinch.is.. ihe following des riliel binds:
i',.iiiiii. n, im ut , p,,»t pi. nie.I nt the
Northwest corner of lot • 'J'., ihence
running smith in chuins, I Innes west
fl) chains, thence north 38.09 jfulni,
Ihence east HO chains, Ihenea soi'lh
8.00 chaina lo |iluce of commencement.
VANCOUVKR TIMBER k TRAD-
lNIi CO, LTD.,
W. R. VAUGHAN, Agent.
Dated April 10th, I'JII. 1*7
transmit, distribute nnd supply such
power or energy in nm form nnd lo
dispose of the surplus there if, end l0
i-uli.-.t rules nmi rh.'irg.s therefor.
it is intended lliul Ibe works ol Ihe
suid •'iiinpniiy sh ill be declur.d lo bo
for ibe general udvnnlugc of CaDida.
W. II. i.ANOl.EY,
Victoria, II. C.
Solicitor for Iho Applicant!,
Deled   nt  Victoria this  3Ulb day ol
M„y, 1011.
80-6
CELEBRATE DOMINION DAY
AT  NORTH  VANCOUVER
\
A FULL DAY'S PROGRAM OF PLEASURE IS PROMISED
Athletic Events
Aquatic Events
Sailors' Sports
$3,000
Marathon Race
Baseball Match
Children's Spo
r
Boy Scouts' Annual Competition
•
The Finest Exhibition of Fireworks Ever Shown in
fWO FIRST-CLASS BANDS ALL DAY AND EVENING
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R Bl C. S. RAINBOW WILL BE IN PORT
President-<-His Worship Mayor McNeish
Secretary-Treasurer-'Geo. I, Pbillippo, P, O, Box 75
Vice-Presidents-Reeve J, Y, McNaught, Aid. Henderson, Chairman Executive Comrrtittee
T. S. BROWN, Business Manager.
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: THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B, C,
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Banco Pure Paints
m**amllmm!*mm*mmmammmmrmm i
Are Second To None
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Yeara of practical experience wilh liritiuli Columbia
liliiitiiiii Iidb brought Babco Pure Painti to a standard
of efficiency not attained by  any other make.
We oarry a full line of
BAPCO PURE PAINTS   BAPCO SHINGLESTAIN
BAPLAC VARNISHES
if ' '■ ' '     'i ,      ,   , ,,
Patterson. Goldie & Clark
North Vancouver Hardware Store
104 ESPLANADE NEXT TO POST OFFICE
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NORTH VANCOUVEB CITY FERRIES. LIMITED
TIME TABLE
TAKING EFFECT  MAY FIRST,  1911
Leave Vancouver 6.30 a.m. and
thereafter every 30 iniiiuica until
7.00 p.m. Commencing 7.30 p.m.
awry U0 minutes until 11.30 p.m.
thereafter 13.16 and 1.00 a.m.
WEEK DAYS
Leave North Vancouvar 6.00 am.
and thereafter every 30 minutes until 7.110 p.m. Commencing 7.30 p.
in. every 30 in mules until 11.00 p.
in. thereafter 11.16 and 13.15 am.
SUNDAYS
Leave  Vancouvar  7.10,  8.30 and
0.00 thereafter same as weekday!.
Leave North Vancouver 7.30, 8.00
and 8.40, thereafter same as weekdays.
I'ASSENGEB HATES
Single tare 6c, 6 for 36c, 30 (or il, 70 lor 13.
A- l.umlwr wagons, trucks and
drays, 76c return.
D—3 hurst) express carriages and
hacks, 60c reiurn.
C—1 horse e«|irass buggies and
uuiiiii, 35c return.
VEHICLE HATES
All the above rates include dm
er. Hates A and II subject lo -JU
per cent, discount in Iota nl Wl.
FUEIGHT TARIFF
l'er 100 lbs. rati, tc.
Minimum rate, 10c.
Time-table subject tn change without notice.
Company not liable for delays, accidental or otherwise.
West Vancouver Motor Launch Service
1 ..nun li '
West Vancouver," Ciptain
1'intll.iy
Licensed lor 35 passengers
TIME TABLE
Leaves Vane
ouver                            Leave West Vancouvsr
8.00
WEEK DAYS
8.30
10.00
10.30
13.0(1
13.30
14.09
14.30
16.30
17.00
18.00
18.30
33.00
(Saturdays Only)
33.30
10.00
SUNDAYS
10.30
14.00
14.30
17.00
17.30
18.00
,
18.30
31.30
t
31.60
 Single Fire 16c.       Two TIcEiU. tie.
Quickest route from North Vancouver to the district beyond
Cipilano River. Launch "West Vancouver" .makes connections, without (ail, with the ferry steamers Irom North Vancouver, as per above schedule.
The Place Where Everybody Goes
Gem Theatre
FIRST ST. WEST,
NORTH VANCOUVER
x^rGood Pictures  Good Singing
nt •••
in ni
••I in
•ei     aaa
Good Music
Programme   chinged   Monday,   Wednetday   and   Friday.
Adults 10c ^aSS**' ChUdren 5c
 Malinee  every   Saturday 2,30 o'clock
.
Hot Points
We shall lm glad lo show you
(lie i'jn model.
'A most important fealure ii
the price.
Two yean' guarantee
We gland liy every Hot I'oii.l
aold by us.
B.C. Electric Railway Co.
utmttt
W LONSDALE AVENUE
DEVELOPMENT OF
VANCOUVER I3LAN0
The neil few year* will aaa consiilor-
abb, development on Vancouver Ia-
laad. Tbe ratourcet ami little known,
but Ibe infornuttiuu already posseajod
shows Iblt ia atlilitinn lo tbe limber
and cm! (or wbicb Iba island ia noted,
than in alao vast iron deposit*.
Then eiiet near Alberni on tba wist
coasl and to tba northern end ol^be
island. The Canadian Pacific Hallway
line axtenaion on Vancouver Island
will do much to aid development.
Then will be one line irom Nanaimo
lo Alberni, which will open up a country suitable {or agricultural purposes,
and another line will go toward the
north beyond Campbell lii ver. 'Ibe
country north ol Campbell ltiv
baa only been partially explored, and
the Canadian Pacific Railway will tend
a big aunty party into that distri.:l
thia aumoer lo thoroughly ascertain
ila possibilities.
Tbe Kmpire Lumber Company of New
Vork, wbicb owna about 60,000 acres
of fine limber near Covicban Lake, is
to build a mill oo Osborne Bay, and
Iba Canadian Pacific Ilailway will con
struct a line of railway from tbe lake
lo Ihe east coast of the ialand. A
Pillaburg syndicate nf capitalists ill-
lereeted in steel, have acquired a lease
from the Canadian Pacific Ilailway so
lhat Ihey may explore lor iron ore
over some thousands ti acres near
Quintan, I.ake in Ilie Comotr diitrict.
Abundance of coal would be clow ai
band in Ibe event ol tbeee iron deposit* being developed. Hinee have been
in operation for years at Cumox
(Cumberland) and Nanaimo, ami Messrs. Macgowan ii Company of Vancouver, have seams on wbicb ibjy are
working and wbicb are uot far fiom
liinui. At Nanaimo, Ihe Canadian
Collierie* fDunamuir) limited, blivo
two boring machines at work at I'.i-
tension, and when the coal mcamrri.
have been defined a new shaft will \k
sunk at a eust ti ball a million .Lilian. Al pruaeul Ihe mince at Elton-
-iDii are being worked lo capacity.
IMMI'.IUIItlN
During Ibe past lea years Canada
boa received nearly two million immigrants ol whom approximately 760,-
llll were from Ureal Britain, ami 700,
000 were from Ihe I ml. it .Stales. The
immigration bulletin just isauul gives
ibe actual figures up (o the end of tlie
fiscal year, Harch 31, as l,7U,M6 for
ihe decade. Since then nearly 300,000
more have arrived, divided alioul
equally between British and American.
According lo occupation aliout 66
peT •■•■ni of ihe immigrants arriving
from the I niled Slates ure farmers or
farm laborers who for Ibe most pun
have seel led in the prairie prolines.
Thirty-eight per mil oi ilie total
number from acroae Ibe line maHe
entry' 'or houieetcads in Ilu; west
About thirty per ccal. ol the llnti.'i
and •>,ni im ui.• I arrivals were farmers
or farm laborers while twenty-five pal
cent, were dossed as general laborert.
and nearly the same fin. i]lnu;ij were
classed as mechanics The influx of
negroes has totalled only a little over
lour hundred, while 6.JH0 Hindus have
i.nn.' Ol Ike British immigrants, uji-
proxiiiuil.-lt 660,000 have been Eng-
lish and Welsh, 160,000 have bun
Scotch, mill ittHHil I'i.ismi huve I'iiii
Irish. Tbe figure* lor other nntinnuii
lie* indude the billowing l
Austria Hungarians, 121,000 . Italia'
«,»I7; Hebrew,  l\i.,r.. Uuuia,
thl; Swede*, I'iiWi. (icrmans, ill,If
Preach,   16,2*1;   Norwegian,    13,71
Syrians, h,W.
The  distribution of lbs iweiigri
by   province*   give*   a good   ide'1
their   respective population   gr.r
Saskatchewan and Albert* got **' ' .
lie over ball a million u m..i    ,1"/''dl"
ing  Ibe  decade,  Ontario
wilh 403,898; Manitoba got f'v".
Quebec, 'jr*,K»l. Brili»h CObr*."/''''*»»d
lb* Yukon, mjm, and Ibe '     'f Herilimo
provinces only 73,IW2.
Wtelern Canada, therefore,*,
300,000 more new settlers tbt,
v«r.
C. P. li  Will  USE ni■''
THKOI HH inn KV Hfii*--
AtVO von ALVENSLEBEN, LTD.
REAL PIT ATE AvEMTd
FINANCIAL BROKERS
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We have a large list of properties for sale in the City mul Municipality
of N0BTI1 VANCOUVER open for inspection of intending purchasers
Branch Office; 4 Lonsdale Ave.    «**• •• ^ffc
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THE HOME FURNISHERS
FURNITURE
for everybody.
Carpet Squares
and Rugs.
We have just
received a
complete line
o( Imported
Linoleums
and
Oilcloths
Pricei right
Special Attention given to
Window Shades,
Curtain Rods, etc.
128 Lonsdale Avenue
yourcurtalM
Carpetiwecper
DINING CHAIRS
AND TABLES
Buffets, Sideboards
and Dressers
Try our
All-felt
Mattress
lows
and
Blankets
II you intend making your borne
in North Vanoouver tie us.
We also carry a full
line of Crockery.
128 Lonsdale Avenue
i
North Vancouver Business Cards
ARCHITECTS
—f»
course^
gat
A. S.W. Mackay    [^JfalWm
Architect! nnd <^    'Jlfvil Eaginoori
'•""•""nc bW*« '»'«>
NOHTHy.    yi VANOOUVEB
MFECTIONERY
Palm Confectionery
y, Confectionery, Ice Cream,
ks, Fnunteia Drinks, Tobacco
I.igbt Lunches, Fruit
C. DUCOMMUN (i SON
and 6th I'bone 318
CAMPBELL HOPE
CAL.
ARCHITECT und KNGINEI'.B
Phone fiUJJi Voncouver.
I'hono IIIIII North Vancouver
BILLIARDS AND POOL
PLAY POOL
AT HAMMOND'S
FIBST WEST
Finest table* and cues in tho
M>   William Whyte,   vieil«
Iba C.P.B. in thi welt bejtar
Ibal   crude oil will protj
shortly aa fuel on all   ]
trains  running   through
Mountains.    He recant I; *
ha would nsconnutid liJ
lad  lor the entire die.
Ih* mountains, in order
plvil
Iiii
prosidonl ol
announced
bly lit j»d
tf» C. li. It.
tbe    Hocky
stated   that
ol oil lor
aOC*      l|uni|„|
to remove th
eoolagralion hazard
"So far as men are r ''Vwed, H it
**tisnaled lhat tbre* ii!9*!1— - mny
employee* are needed I to h*»*« «>»'
a* would be Ibe eaae «ho¥ oil "*» **<*,
and oil i* alto mora e,w**ciwt to °"
production of steam looT0 '" •* **">■
amy ia conoarnad, wl a, r/" "'" *">«" »•
yat wb*t lb* result ijL >"» be, bal the
*tperia*til wiH be xT***- "• *»«««
ol engine* loprtpareW **■ ''"' •*•'«*»
ol oil eat, be easily rfty-'«^», " »M i<tm
with the Pattfi hu'"M*i ,,«B,*«I>«,
wfctw Ihe stperimi-npj b" imo •,'"',»,
CONTRACTORS
New Block on  I.ontdnlc Avonuo
near the Ferry Approach
w*t built by
SMITH BROTHERS
General Contractors
NOBTH VANCOUVEB
WM. MORRIS
I PRACTICAL FIREPLACE
[AND CHIMNEY BUILDER
Pressed Brick Mantles a Specialty.     Phone Lin
CIVIL ENGINEERS
BLACKSMITHS
R. H. TARN
I'ioncer Uortetboer - Carriage I
FIBST S'J'BEET WEST k
LONG
BOOKS AND STATION/
THE LEONARDSALI
Booktellers and Stallone]
Cor. Lonsdale and lit.       j'l
NOpTp VAUfCpui/BB
BARBERS
Bijrbt u|,-U,-dal» in ^my { &#.
Try ut and b* convbaoad,
Angus J. C
A.M.I.E. k
Cameron
H.
CIVIL ENGINEER
Irrigation, flralnage, levels, plant
and tptcificationt. Septic tanks md
boute drainage a ipaeially. P. 0.
Bat W, 161b elreti watt ol Bewiok.
Avanut,
j'. .    .- ' . Mf
=BF
vm
FISH DEALERS
TpToBTH   VANCOUVEB
AND PROpUCg CO.
Fresb and Smoked Fish
Live and Dressed Poultry
Vegetable. IWivnr twict daily
Pboot 240 II) fint Stf*»t
if   t
mm
ICR DEALERS
JONMICRCO.
WbolNiferi and B*t>M ol PW Ice
In lor M'v gM
BAY VIEW fU BOOMS
Phone m     LONSDALE AVENUE
PH0T0GIAPHERS
CARBUTT
Studio   over   Balk   B. N. A.
I.ontdalt and EsjilaSado
SAWFILERS
DONALD DOWIE
Saw Filer and tirinder. All kindt ■/
hand, cross cut and buck taws M,
and Died at tbortoet notice. 11 I mn
dale Avenue, North Vancouver.
TAILORS
E. LAURIN
High-claw I.adiet' and Ganl't Tailoriag
KEITH BLOCK, FIBST STBEET
NOBTH VANCOUVEB
MwUrn Tiilwi and R»«vilory
907 I«udil« Avonue
Cleaning,   l're*tilg,   Dyeilu,   Alt-rig
W*   ut*   th*   French   Dry   I liunllg
I'rocett Phone 213
NOBTH VANCOUVEB
JOHN LINDEN
TA1L0B
Ladiee' and lient't Suits to Order
from IW.OO'and IV.00 respectively
Phone 348 lansdalo C*r, l»tb tt.
NOBTH VANCOUVEB
TEACHERS (Music)
m
SAM. T, SUHON
TEACHEB OP PIANO and THEOBV
SpaoWtyi Childrto't luions at own
bom. Term, etc., apply Oaaral
BtBwrjr.
ff^MII—tl ii '
WATCH   REPAIRING
b row wiiah ttopiring or goislg irr*-
ijidirir» Bu
A. J.HOOD
1%* »ort* Vajaoonvar P*p*t
iff* ^WP* 'WWfmW
19 Utpdtk Ivmwm wx
im EXPRR8& NORTH VANCUUVBR, B. C,
Express Classified Ads.
70S SALi,
' FOR HALK-Pliln double bid and
' Wltireea, olean, olieap, Uth ttreet 1st
i^Ht, Lojwlile, 80-8
First  i|H»lity lop Cream, whnloiale
fniM retail it the Orotto.
Fresh    Hijltermitk-   dirily- at   the
•'; flrotto, rl oenti per quart.
POR RENT
Unnoli lor him,  Apply Paler  1*1-
lon't, whtirl on hoard Viim. 7-7
Five-room modern liuusn lo rent,
Close in. Apply, ('iwiinllnii Kinanoiara
Md,, Rank ol Hamilton lil.ljr.        I.l :
NEWSJTEMS,
J. Loutet and North Lonadala
Freeh Fruits daily it tba firotto.
Elder Murray Co,,; Are (neurone*,
Uiifliilmii'iiti    built    In   unit    iiwimiTi.
Plans and etlimateB lurnlthed, Ortiuo
and ptore fixtures. A. W. WaHh, Oi n-
ffa«tnrinidi1uilderr~Bank »l lUuuh
ton Building, I,oiibi1uIo Avenue. I'lione
188, H-7
First  quality loe ('ream, wholesale
nnd i nl nil nt llm (Jrtitto.
Warm Weather Zone
Is Moving Northwards
WANTED
WANTED-Coiiiiln furnished looms
near 8th sired ami l.onsdule Av , up.
"K" Impress, (Mica. SIMI
Muypolu's Mudnvn ('ream nutter,
lido per pound nl Ilie I'p-to-UalaUrn
[eery.  IKMI First Klrnol Fast. 0-7
Brewer's XI. Bread, tie per 16 on,
I .mil (I'niiiii Miule) only to he had
Irom llio llp-ln-llnta llrwwry, BM
Firel striiit east. ' 9-7
Fresh Croum nt lliu 'Irolto, 25 em's
per pint.  '
Fresh Crunni ul (lm (initio
per pint,
WANTKIJ-Drcssmiikiiij;. All kinds of
gonil class work iindiii-tnlien. 1-liiil
Waists end skirts u s|ieiiiully. Mrs.
Hnynirnt, '-'ml linuto, 8th street, nil-
joining Boulevard, North Van* uver.
28-8
ll.-iin or ■ liiin' yon run get   strictly
fre.h I'trgs nt inc. per i\m. nl the Up-
2Ti penis | |D-1)ata (lronery  till  the  I'Jth   July
next.   S. Ilileliie, the |!p-lo-P»U firo-
oar, BAA Ij'ii-sl.BlriTt oust. 0-7
(IIHiANIST WANTKI1
'I'liti position as organitl uml choir-
master lor !-'!. .IoIiii'h eluncli, e.ir
8tli nnd I7llli streets, Norlh Vuneoii
ver, will lie vacant on  Inly Ul.    Ap'
I'h..in.si    lor the position will '■    ■
Helved   by    i li.H I.'.    II
Lonsiliilii Avenue.
HENRV Ii. WATSON
Architect
Booms 10 uml 11, I'ender ClinmUre,
ISM I'ender *lmi W.        I'lione MM
nnd I.ol dull' Ave,, N. rib Vunc uver
lli'siilriii'e,  i-i".   I, initials  Ave   aid
Mud street, Nni to Vancouver.
PLAZA ROOMS
lust     Onenrd—New     and     niidern
Hewitt, MU j throughout, special rates by woek, 118
ll I l''.H|ilnniiilu West.   Mrs. II. W.   la l.m.ii.
~ propriatrtn,
LOST
LOST- A Pot terrier dog pup, whilr
with lili'.l. mu! ii.- on lieiul mul mil.
Ifri. C. Iv Kim'iip, loth sin'.I.       Ili'-li
VICTORIA ROOMS
LOST—All taste for any ulln
lince using Hit chin's "Ma|ihi
Blend" at Hie per pound, nnd has been
BKWAKIJKIJ wilh that which would
please the most fastidious taste. S.
lin.In.', the l |i i.i llui.' Graftr, 'M
Pirst street eaal. 0"i
New   I lm In' lllu.i,   l.unsilale  Avenue,
" ! one-half block from lorry Iniidiiia*. Mo-
Ten   derii tlirniighiiut, everything new. All
i ,„.   .mi nl. rooms,overlooking Inlet. Mrs.
I V.. I„ Knill, I'iiiprii'l rest. lli-7
District of Noilh Vancouver.
TUEOSOPdlCAI,  SllCIKTV
The I liisisn|ili:i'iil Society meeti in
North Vancouver in Boom I, 67 Lonsdale Awnii.' |inhnun. noil lo W.I-
come Parlor) every Widinsduy e.'iiinB.
at 8 o'clock. Attmdnni'e is entirely
tree and eurries no nlilijjalii.nl wlmi-
•vtr. Vou are in.it.il. Tli.iii fli.'nl
ttudy and ijuetliont.
New Harness Shop
A BltAM'll IIP THE VANCOIIVKB
HABNh'.SS CO, UAH I1KBN OPRNEII
IN TUP. l'lll',MISi:s DP TUP, C. M
k N. CIIAI. AMI HUPPI.Y (111.. QUI. ,     „
K8PI.ANAIIK   AM)  ST. liKOWiK'S  H"nlv '""I''™1'
AVK.     A PIM, STul K OP PIBST! I. II
CLASH IIAKNI'.SS AM) lloust: PIT '.
TINOH Hll I, III'. ('AHMED. A
RPP.CIAI.TY Will. IIP, BADE UP
IIKI'Allt WOIIK. I'llUIH Will, III'.
THE HANK AH THOSE IN VANCIII -
VEB.
HI- AI.KI) TKMIKUH on the prmcrtb-
nl forms nmi accompanied liy cell died
elm.|iie or. cash for live |i.u cent, of tin
uiiiiiiiiii of tender will be received by
the Miiui.'i|ml Clerk until 8 p.m. on
Thursday, TWlli .lune, I'JII, for the following work : >
Clearing,   grubbing   nnd grading   ol
i".nl northwards from Prmbirick Komi
I). L. 20(13.
Two roads in Block II I). I.. Wl
Eileruion of Harold r.md, MSl^.eJj .
Promine lload, I). L, 24«l. ■*•-
Chsiring, grubbing ami grading righl
of   way   lor  sidewalks   on   I r..l*rick
' Itoad west, i'ntiiinie Itoad noiih. Do-
iiin  itoad west ol Centra Boat
| lloskins Bond, l.ynn Valley.
j    liriidiiig   nnd   gravelling    of
street, I). I„ 201.
I    I In- lowest or any tender not
No Mora Dinger ol Summer Froiti in
. Few Years IMaro t'limntologioal
Experts - Rsolproolty in Wontlior
Despite Politinians -- No Broad
.Truit il JlousBwlve* Say So.
Prom OH' own correspondent.
Montreal, June Jli.-Tlml, alimmif.
frosts, the bane nl the furiiinr and or-
iliiii'iliiii, would soon become a thing
ol the past il the trees ol the Dominion continue to disappear at rabidly
as Ihey have nl late and that Canjide
in not many years Irom now *ill he
as ini.iwin'iI lor her semi-tropical pin-
thiols as she is lodny lor her timber,
ure two rather startling and interesting announcements made by olimato-
logioal exports who have bean com
paring1 notes nn the weather during
tho annual convention of the Anwri-
can Cliinatolngical Association held
here.
This does not mean that llm  juicy
fani.'iiui'" apple known tn all ns being just about the most sucoulent <(li-
hie tho province ol Quebec produces,
will lie supplanted by .Inmaican yams,
nor that Montreal melons will be su-
|i.-ii.idel in Iheir glory by Florida oranges, bill it does mean that there is
n eliuugu coming over Canada's climate. One ol the reasons given is
thai Iho thinning out nl our forests
makes the air loss stagnant, that Iho
snow melts more rapidly and lhat Ihe
thermometer rises earlier than in the
old dayt when |)iles nl snow might
have been seen in the woods while the
ii, IJ . wore hare and dry. On Ihe oilier hand, il was pointed nut, dclores-
I il (i.t,, tends Iii drought, as the mow
then all melts i|liickly canting a flood
with no reserve ol moisture.
Dr. A. B. Illin l.iidiu ol Montreal was
slanted prosident of the association,
Iho firsl Canadian In rereive kii.1i an
honor. The organisation is composed mostly of I""., nun' ul weather pro-
|ih»ls and soothsayers stationed in all
parts ol the continent, the gentlemen
from whom the newspapers receive the
forecasts of the day's doings among*!
Iho slurs
The |.i"|i.""l bread merger has
humped up against good live opposi
lion in these pans. It come* direct
Irom mother and what mother vote*
along tho rooking and rating lines ut
i.ilk earrist. Mother suyi lhat il
there is any bread trust in Montreal
she'll just Iiiiii to and hake a batch or
so of lliuse homo made one* we have
nil ti. ni ul so much about. A mooting
of hoinuwivot has lawn called to dis
euss the situation and tn draw up ,
Wt equal wiffrigi movement H is un
to Mury to do tbiugt, Tha fend pf
|1S will, however, ha duly lorwirdedi
though (here It considerable doubt If
tp whit Mrt al i coronation preterit
will be purchased with it. One ol I ho
local fieorge* hat suggested a special
|1S coronation cignr at thl molt appropriate gilt. Ihe thousands ol
Ooorges who did not contribute, however, will be happy II the incident re
mitt In retiring the uurrent
]"pliri^niiioj)i|Uid with tlibir name
The Creamer Transfer Co. luuo reoeived their new padded moving mn
which completes Ihe list ol the many
improvements which Ihe company huvu
instituted     uiliee    their    incoipoii'lioii.
Mr. Creamer recently purchusiid a mag-
niliranl pair ol Hyde geldings from a
dm in the middle west, tho horses
being prise winners In Hamilton and
London, Ontario, and Winnipeg, Mun
itoba, and al (lie recent boric >li".'
here this pair took Arst priios in their
class againtt a large li.l.i. To the
nnmadlcally inclined the Creamer
Transfer Co. will be a grout boon for
the    rapacity    ol    llleii     Villi   llllli     Ilie
strength nl the animals that haul it
an ample meant to take in nmi 'nnd
the furnishings nl a lair silted home.
and
Main
Vancouver Harness Co.
PHONE m
lISCHilVP,
District Engineer,
Diitrict Municipal Office,
Ninth Vanrouver, II. '.,
ITlli .Iiiiii, I'.M.I.
TKNDPIIS WANTED
HEALED TKMIKUH marked "lander for steel water pipe" will !»'
raaeivtd by the City Clerk ol thr Cily
of North Vanrouver, up to 12 o'clock
noon on Monday, Inly Jlr.l, I'JII, (or
•spplyl'i! f,,tssi lineal I" I of H, unl
tlwl water pi|M nn-ording to iperifiai-
liont pr.fMml by Ihe City Enginerr.
Copie* ol spceilieii'ii'iiiH may be oblnin-
•d at Ihe City I'le-llieei's (iflllT, '"„lli
V.illi.illM'i.
. TU. sucrrisslul lender.', will lie ie-
tyuirod to outer into an agreement wilh
Ibe City ol Norlh Vaneoiivei lor tup-
plying Ilu mid .piniiiity of pi|s-, ac
cprding to s|»i'iti.'niioiH.
A marked rhopu, lor li \xr out, of
the amount ol (he lender mutt «r«is-
pany each and every (end*r,
Jim lowed or any t.'iulnr not mm-
tartly MccpUid.
r.VMUW, S, DANES,
('ity Engiiuw.
I'ily Kaginar's Office,
tiotik Vinoouvir,
JiawlBrd, I'JII. .Kill
ll Ibe jmlii.' court Ibis morning
MayOr MrNeitt dismissed tbe csa
against lUrvfa Cinwrol, i man em-
ployed a« artttt ootwtruelion, of tlsel
iif * imefctfboOk.
strongly   worded   reeolution   against
tiny proposition which would lend   to
cornel Ihe start of lite.
I there is not much danger   of a
ireiul merger enhancing the price o'
tKc product. Tht houaawile cannot
male ...'p/ui or kerotmt oil, or a num
lie of olb*. ilnngg that mukc lm
"twiirlnrss dh Hnht" in ibe home,
but the can ntV. bread, or al laatl
can learn tho aVV |„r an art il certainly it, and it wo%| |„. „„ unmiitd
evil should more ol our young women
Iw induced, -even by Ibe Iworwses nl
eiiiiiiiieii iiii over reaching, to cultivate
it, Two young collage women in n
neighlxiring city several yuara Uj|,,
-iiiii.d in the Imsiness, having ins
iicpiir.sl an llptrt knowledge   of   I,
Ihey .'hiiig.il twice the priree "I th
regular bakers' loaves end got- il.
Who! would Ihey em,, ul..nil i, hating
trusl so long as Ihere was no 'von
lleinen's agreement wilh the I1..in
kings '' As long at we ran have home
made bread there will Im nothing mun
than the nigbtmaie of the Ineadcm
bin*.
The phtasi' "Id fieorge do il" it
likely lo iw tuccetdul in this cily nt
least by Iht phrase "I et Mary do it"
.inc.. at a result   ol the nppiou.hiny
iioioiiaiioii   Mary has piown    hersell
siuch Iht more cnpslile of Ihe two at
I ralio ol about live thousand tonne
lovatwnlt have Iwen under way   leilh
abroad and iu Ihit country loaacure
'•'iiliibuiiiiii.   Irom all wonwn named
tsry lo purrhaat a gill lor llwrpietn
Us)  from   all   men named Crorg* to
wy som.tliing (or Ibe king. As a re-
I    iju,..ii  Mary lias been preaenlul
h a check for 142^11, as a result
th* industrious efforts ol her legion
ii*mes*ket.    Pari   ol this   will   be
by bar in Ihe purrhate   ol gems
part will Iw devoted lo   charily,
lo Ihe shame ol the local (!eorgt»
be told Ih* lacl  that  rontribu
u from llutii in thit cily   to   la,
nl lo only thirtaen dolUrt  com-
low ten loniiiliiiiois      lu»i  why
'Icorg**   have made surh   a |x.or
ng is a   mytt*ry,   torn* author
holding thai in view of Ilu prrt-
ItecoMiwndad'ind told by
BUELL BROS.
MASONIC TEMPLE BlIf.DIWJ
I'WICK TO CONTBAfTOBH
»I)KBH art |nvilad  an.f will bf
until Eriday, HMh   lune,   for
I'art ion of a bouts or Mock 271.
ISM.     Pint aad apartAcalions
[« oMainad it lb* bona* of Iht
fgnad   (junnion   Mb lad   llth
TAKE NOTICE that the Council nf
Ihe Corporation of llui Cily of Norlh
Vancouver intends lo construct ns a
work of local iui|>rnvcinoiit tin yni-
ing to peinianeiii grade of Quisi'iilniry
Avenue, -'nth streut, Sutherland Avenue and l.ynn Valley Itoad from Did
streut to cily limits under subsection
(22; section 2fiti of the Muuiri|r,l
Clauses Act and intends lo issess Iho
final cost thereof upon Iho roul property fronting or abutting I herein
ami to Iw lieii.liii'.l thereby, und thai
a statement showing thu 'amis liable
to pay tho said assessment and the
mull' i ol tho owners thereof, so far
as ejiu Iw ascertained from the bill
revieed Assessment roll is now on tile
in the Office of Ihe Clerk ol Iht Muni
eipnliii and it ojwn lor ii.S|i<clii,i.
during office bonis.
Tht estimated cost of the work is
121,000 ol which KM'11 is tu be  pro
vided out ol the general funds of
Municipality.
THOMAS SHEPHEKI),
City Clerk.
North Vancouver,
.lune  '.'lib.   I'll I
lie
■ol
foweai ih My
H, l, MifMKaWON
m
TENIIEIIH WANTED
SEALED TENIIEIIH markil ■ ,'ui-
der (or grading" will Iw rucuved by
th* Cily Clerk nl tbt City »' Norlh
Vanrouver, up lo 12 o'clock noon on
Monday, .Italy ,'lrd, I'JII, for grading
Ihe following streets:
Esplanade and i  »'  slrisit   Irom
Si. (laorgi.'s Avenue l» St. David's*
Avenue.
First ttrwl wetl, Irom Isiuvlule
Avenue lo Porlwi Avenue, including
1 I,..i.i In Id Avenue, Mahon Avenue
an'l Semisch Avenue, from First street
IO  | ...ond sti.,1
SUTrnnd ho..4 Irom a poinl :usi feel
eaal\ol SI. Andrew's Avenue to si.
DavidV* Avenue.
Ne*\*d Umleit marked "Tender -lor
Third .street KWar" will It received
by thii City Clark up lo 12 o'clock
noon »p th* 3rd day ol duly, IUI I,
lor roniinicting a unitary mn with
lot nauiirtioiit on Third itreet, bom
St. And,«w'( Avenue lo St. David's
Avenu*.
Ail (tat Ibove mentioned work lo '
niii.-l o«t aeoording lo plana, profiles, cross aeetiona and sjx'rifirulioiis,
prepared hf. the city enginaor,
All lasdae* for Ihe •bove mentioned
work Utilt |M „,„|,. „n formt ol ten
der supplied by Ihe cily engineer.
A rhaqua lor li per o»nl. of Ihe
amount of tbj lander must accmpniiy
each and *vt*y tender.
The lowatt or any lender not nic
tartly aaatBUd.
The fbflowiig j, g He) „( aatimaled
ipunlitl** sf Woi), on each job :
Esplajud* siul lieweiil tlnet
grading UjWO n,i,ic yards id MCaval-
ing, *)jm M |, m. of rttaining wall
Firsl rfrattltyooo cubic yardt of
tieavaling, SOjjO feet B.M. of retaining walls.
Sscond Stra»y_|7^l»j oulac yards
ol sieavaling, qnynti |ec4 B.M. ol retaining walls     '
Third ttreet 'jmnt-im fa ,4 |»
inch atwar, 20MJ Ut ,A 4-inch Mwir,
3 venlilalw, 2 ima* holt*.
Contracture mut| UpqW on each jo'i
saparattdy,
OEOBfiR S. IIANEH,
'It* Engiaaer,
duos Mtd, 1*11, / 70 m o
T-TTTriiTITTWI
Don't wait, get thoin
nt oniio und gut them
hung, ns it is easier to
keep out the tlios than
it it to gol clear nl
them niter they're nnoo
in. Our line of doors
is complete, price ranging from gl.fiO In 13
each.
Screen
I amiitrmtmt aWittf   iHal 1 r
Windows
in eight different tiicct,
adjustable to any win-
ibiw. The prlcet are
right mid the quality
is Iho best.
Paine & McMillan
The Hardwsie Specialists
Fint Street and Lomdale Ave., North Vancouver
McMillan's for money savers
A PEW OP OUB I'llllT.S-niSII'Alfl''. tiikm with any.
Canned Emits, delicious California
Poors, Poaches, Aprienls und
Raspberries, tier lin     20c.
I'irlJ.'sj, line English pickles, |ier
liolIle  Joe.
Mill Id, flesh,  III,nil',  New /inland
3 lbs 1.II.0II
Sugar, granulated, IH lb. suck ...11,00
Ten,  McMillan's 3 lb. (or  gl.DII
linking I'owdor, Coledyka Brand—
full 16 o/.. lin    Ific,
Coffee--whole ronst and fruthly
ground, per lb '-"io
Ham, fancy  tugur cured per lb....2Ui
j. a. & m. McMillan
-Phone 20-	
ERINDALE. D. L 622
Between propoied SECOND NARROWS BRIDGE
md NORTH ARMWdCE o"n KeHh Road
FIFTY FOOT LOTS, $330 5£jS
GRADED ROAD TO EVEHY LOT
Wai' i and telephone service is lining pul into diitrict now und
rout* lm   I-, n tOrvsyed for em hue
D. MacLURG
340 PENDER STREET       VANCOUVER, B. C.
IF YOU WANT FRESH Tel. 243
SUwberriei
Rhubarb
Lettuce
Oniom
Radiihei
CerroU
Turnipi etc.
Get them at theffieliable Store
Cor. Fim Sfrcel and Si. Gcoigc
HANEY & ARCAND
STORE TO LET
Centre Block Lynn Valley
|I5 monthly. Lease given to good parlies. This is an excellent
opportunity to establish a good business in a growing district.
» A p | > I y
Cor. Centre and Lynn Valley Road
or
Merchant!' Tru«t & Trading Co,
Pender «nd Burrurd Street*, Vancouver, B. C.
f f\f\V at our Babies BILLY and
Why mike (wo load* moving when One Van will take it all.
Ring up Wt, CREAMER TRANSFER CO., for the
Urgeit Padded Furniture and Piano Van in the Cily,

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