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 VVUVH     9  99 99
■! II-     ■■' .' "   .W»
VOLUME H,
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N6BTH VAJIPPUVfl!*, 'm FRIDAY, PPOBMBHB W, ibis.
ragwiuioio
NU¥8ffl»«.
NEW PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
TO BE DEDICATED SUNDAY
OCCASION   WILL  EE  RENDERED
MEMORABLE 8Y SPECIAL
SBBVIOBS
i|)ll Blindly the newly-erected HI. An
drcii-'h I'lvslivii'iiiin fliiirt'li pn the cor
ncr nl Tenth atreel and Ht. George's
iivninii' ii to he ili'dii-iili'd, apecial ser-
vicei in tlie morning ami evening bav
iug been appointed fur iin, auaplclniiH
diy in the cliuri'h'ii history.
fully choral, including, among ntht
fine in nun-, ,lii,-liiiiin'.-i "Tt ""iiiu Liu
dunlin," and a aula,"Fair Not V*,
0 Israel," by Miu .lean Oiirk.
In ilm evening thu praicher will he
tbe Kev. A. 0. Pilerion, M.A., while
tho uniii.in chosen for tbli mvice ii
(iiiiinnii'» "By Hiiliyluii'a Wive." The
ininhtl will bu Mri; (I. A. Ulng (Miu
May Buull liimiiei.
Special iirriiiigi'iiii'iil.i liave also beeu
I
k
$3,000,000 FOR TERMINALS
AT NORTH VANCOUVER
PBBMIBB DISOUS8BS P. 0. B. MAT
TERS WITH DBLBOATION-BBA-
SONB ADVAMOBD FOB PBLAY IN
LOOAI, (JONSTBUOTION-LINBS
WILL BB OOMPLBTBD TO THIS
OITY W OONTBAOT TIME.
0
NEW ST. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN  OHUBOH
NOBTH VANOOUVBB
Duriug lbe morning lOrvicu llic llev.. madt' I'ur ullcriiiiuii ncrvice. 'I'lien; wi
I'eler Wriglil, I'll., will tender greet-! he uue lur children al Si.'IO, tu wbicb
iugi frum the I'reiliylery, ami utter a'parents ami the public ire cordially
■leilnniiii, prayer, while lbe leriuon luviled, wlnlc al I u'cluck i Uieiic
will lie |.i. in li.'.l by Hie pailur, Bev. service will ba held, thl preacher being
lliiiiiil.l   Mn. I....I    Tbe servile  will  In" Hie llev. Ilr. Maelcnnan.
Regular Meeting
of Scbool Trustees
MANUAL TBAININU DBPABTMBNT
MAK1NU PBOOBBBB
,    . *	
Mr.   M.   H.   McDowell   presliletl   uii'l
Hie regular meeling uf llic buir<l uf  mg al   /i.ln liistcid  uf list  nigbl  ua
schuul trustees uu Tleailiy evening.       customary
II wai iiilitiiateil that Mr. S ll
."■iiinii/ wai deilroiu uf prcK'iiliug u
bcul pupil'a record buard lu the high   lbc directorate there wn no ineeling
Mr. W   I', .lames uf  Virlnrii  ii a
iiilor tu Ibis eily.
Ilul m i|iiuinlei| with tbe special! uf
fei nl liy tbe II. I'. Murket Friday md
Saturday,
Tile regular weekly ineeling uf the
dlilrlcl  cuuucil  lakes place  Ibis even
"~ I'
lime.   In tbe llui'lit'c uf "ililli  uf
ferry   bulrd   yesterday   after
Priiiay ami Halurdly tpeeiili offer
eel al lbe ll I Mirbrt, SHU l.nliaillle.
I'bi'.l.t   It).
A   i".,null   uiilib   will   like   pltri
■ .Iiinii whereby lbe nunc uf lbc lend    ut   tlie
ing silinlir fur cub year miy  lie re    mum
corded.   The   . .11. i   wn  irrupt ed,  us
, lbe trustees were uf upiniuu that lbe
|iriui'i|iJe wuubl be an liicciilive liillie
- Iwliiii lu iiliuiii lbc liuiiur
Tbe district si lunl Inuii.i mre of
opinion Ibal Ihe percentage .-barged
for diitrict  Hibnlars  receiving tuition  uu ilnlgewiy icliuol groundi Hilurdiy
I nl llic city unbinds wis uul a reasuii aflernuuii al 2:119, I.ynu Valley Athletic
•hie nljuilmi'iil. As Hie present ir club vs I tcrileli leim secured by
raugemi'iit uf charges were lbc lugges Mr. A. A mull, Fruniinc Bold. Mr.
in.ns of the diitrict ddtfilai Ihc.cily Aruutt'i leim will he •! followi: I'iu
I'luird could,ice nu reasuii fur nlijec ncll, Htuarl, Huherle,, Olbornc, finer,
tiom. Thomson,    Milehill,   Amutl,   lluerufl,
,      Kur the Iwo petitions uf junior gmlc  Kitber unl nne ulbrr.
Ii'tchen  retpiiri'd   by  the  board   ten ...
appliraliuni were received ami could I'nder Hie luapjcci of Ibe Norlb
ercd. The suites.ful applicants were Uusdale llalepiyers' Atiueiilion I
Miu M. Ilirrisun fnr Lunsdile uliuul public meetiug will be beld in tbi
•ml   Miu   M    I     lliiidy   fur  I'eulrill King's mid school  mum  uu  Mondiy
. ichool. The victory orcijionid by Ibe ciening null *t t pja, Tbe meeting
rxlra divliiou at lbe l.uiimlilu irbuul Is convened for the purpoie of heir
(ill h< lllli'd by Mil* McNeish uu her ing nblreiiei frum cimliditei fur muni
return frum millon rlp»l elecliun, ou* of whon  will  b*
A reporl  wn received from Mr. II.' selected frum the iiiueiiliun'i fmloria
llunuell, iuspectur uf miiiuil training,itiou.
'whieb ii»ied (bit ilic wurk wu |ir»- _________:—p
grewlig In • highly Mliifadury nun j muui
uer under Mr. Wubldrige il Ibe Nidge
wiy mtuuil icbuul.
I'ermiisiiiii   wis   "itt n I cd   lbe   North
Shore l.ileriry ind  Muling Society
, lo use one of lhe elan mums in fill-
lnl icbuul, subjeel  iu iim rclmliurir
ininl  uf Ibe I'jpenies iiuiirr'd
In rriniiecliuii wilh llic uliriei luid
lhe prlnciplei of Ibe eily icbuuli, II
wn decidetl thll the principle! uf pub
schools shuuld receive fliO per nmntb
lbe flril yitt, with i yeiriy unit use
uf llfi per iniini li up to i minimum of
I imi per monlli High n lnnd prinrlpihi
il wu result eel, iliuuld glirl willi
♦ bin,  rising  tu  •  miiiinuin  uf  UHf)
pit nieenlll
Items of lntereit
Mr. imi Mri. Imc Wildm of 81b
ilreel, lene ui Sundty for Ihe suuth,
wbere Ibey purpoie (pending Ibe win
tir
I'ulil further notice ill huiiniu trim
id ium of II. M. Moroi'will be d**H
with by I. II. Askew, IIII Looidi'li
Avrnur, Nurth Vincouvir. P. O. Boi
1160. a* 2112
Will Irue lul, 711 fl. tmittige in
Nurth liiinsdale, N.K. Vol Lousdile
Avenue md llrtemir Hind, for lirm
eiieiitliiig frum Uve lo ten yein, witb
Arsl eliiuct' of renew*l, oo renljuit-
menl nf lernn it eipirition of lene.
Finn liluilion lo, iparluicnt buuie or
I.ii"iu.-ss Iiiiii k. Apply owner, Boi 174,
Manila i>. o., Aiu. so-ll
KOH SAI.K ftf) btby nrriigc,
neirly new ll I urritre. Apply 134
pefilttd* Weil. it) II
Speelili in Oroceriei md Mull U
tbe II. (.'. Mirkel. Witch tbi window*.
•
A "troug ilelegatiuu frnm Iho North
Sbora md Vincuuver attended at Victoria yesterday In interview tbe eie
eulive council of the provincial government upon tbe mitter of lhe min
t'lil'iiriciiinl uf lltu dame in, I lui agree
muni with lhe I '.i.i ii. Oreat Kuslern
Iluilwuy I'uiitpiiny which culled fur a
commencement of liuihjiug operation*
on or before July let last, ul a point
un tbe nuilli short' within leu miles ul'
Vancuuver.
Aiming the delegates were Iho following: Hon. I' I.. I'arler-l'utluu, M.
P.P. for Richmond, Mayor McNeish
and Aldermen Hi,., Dick, Kuremuii,
Mcllue ami Fraier, representing lite
city council, Reeve May and fiuuneil
lur Ward rcpreaeiiting the cpuncil nf
Ihc districl uf Nurlh Vuneniiver, lleeve
Nidi-im   und   i'u illuu.   Mathers  ami
(linlihurger, representing the district
uf West Vancuuver; President A. li
Krekinr ami Kx I'ri'Milrnl A. (1. Mc
i'uii.il. ■• uf Ihu Vancuuver Board nl
Trade; V. II. Ilrhigmun, preliijunl uf
the Nurlh Vuneuuver llnartl ul' Trade.
The ilcpiilatiun was 'received liy lbe
Premier, Hir Richard Mcllride, and the
fulluwiug nu'iiilii'i . uf the executive
council: Hun. W. II. Bowser, Hon.
Tliumaa Taylur, Hun. Dr. Ynitiig ami
Iluu. Price Ellison, Mr. II. ti. tlauihlc,
chief government engineer, was aim
present.
Thc 1'ieille (ireul Kuslern Huilway
i'timpani waa represented by Mr
D'Arcy-Talc, vice-president uiul chief
■ uun.,i'l uf llie company
Tbe ilepulaliun was introduced liy
Iluu. F. I.. Carter (iultuti, whu referred
wbu referreil lu lite representative
character uf the deputatiun and brief
h outlined lhe puprosc fur which the)
appeared. The cbarter nnd agree
nifiii of the P. (ii I'i Huilway dun
Iiuiu required Ibal wurk lie itirted iu
July Ul, witbiu ten miles nf Vancuu
ver ami he prosecuted cuiiliniiuiii.li
ll wn alleged lhat this liml nut been
dune ami that frum this fail
ure great prejudice had arisen li Ibe
intoreals uf North Vaucuuver ami the
mure io because ll was being freely
advertised that Newport wuubl he Hie
tenninui uf tb* line.
Tbey bud iccurdiiigly come lu usk
fur governmeut action iu this mailer.
There was alsu a quwtipn us lu Hie
right uf way thruugh Wcsl Vuneuuier
It wu understood that a dispute bad
an.mi lietween the municipality ami
Ihc cumpauy in this particular and thai
the minister uf railways bail iimler
lakcu lo give a decision with reference
thereto, wbicb huwever, had nut as yet
been done. Doubtless there was sonic
reasun for Ibii ninl the dclcjoaliuu
wiibed lu be nlviied u> lu Ihc pusitiuu
uf the guvernmenl.
Miyor HrNeiih slated lhal the dele
gallon wu present In rerpiest lbc,arry
ing out of Ihe agreement as referred
to by Mr. drier Cotton. When this feu
lure of Ibe government railway pulicy
wts •nuuuiiicd previous tu Ibe list
elect nm. il wu nun. ipui..i that ll
wuuld result in great bciicM tu lbc
Nurtb Hhore. A greal dell uf money
bad been invested in property ami ini
provemeuti in implicit cunfldeiiee tint
Ibe provisions would lie strictly carried
oul. Tbi fart thai Ihe lime specified
wu long put iud nu commencement
bul been nude at lbe point indicated,
had operated in • detrimental manner
toward lbe North Shore. The Imprci
•lou bid found more or leu icceplainc
wilb llm public Ibll lhe eilualiuu it
Weil Vincouver wu being idvuiiced
ik Ibi mli ciuie of deliy when in
reilily it wu du* lo lbc flcl
tbit il did sot ■"'iii Ihc withes of the
railway rompany lo comply with Ihe
cliuu of lbc igreement uoder ronsid
erilion.
Miyur McNeish referred lu certain
•dvirllumioli wbicb were appearing
iu Ibe piperi letting oul thai Newport
wu tbi real terminui of tbe P. n K.
aud placid one of lbe nlvcrtliemcnti
before lbe Premier ind uggcilcd tint
if Ibi ililemeoli mide were wrong il
would be well if tbe #ovcriiinrnt wuuld
deny Ibe ume.      S
Sir Kirbird McBride bere observed
tbit be bid aotyfeviouiiy iccu any of
tben *dvertiiem*nti, bul Ibey were of
lb* Mfllf general nature as
tboie tbit were appearing every
diy.    If    il     were    purpoicd    lo
Ilk      the      gnie'iiiint'iil       to      'en-Hi
ill idveriiscmi'iili  tbit nigbl Ippear
witb rttatetee  to iuch witliri tbit
wuulil be ii very heavy undertaking.
Mr. I'iiHuiiie, on lielntli' of the Vincouver Board Qf Tiiiile, endoraed the
poeition taken hy the people nf the
North ^iiure uud hoped for favorable
coiiaideratiuii of iheir cauie,
Mr. Mi't'iiiiilleiis einphiiiii/i'd tb*
fact that tbe uncertainty that it pres
out ■" iuieul in Iho minds of many with
reforence tu llie torininua of tb* P. O.
K. rallwuy was doing great injury and
not only the North Shore hut the public
at large was suffering ai a cuneequenco.
Uu was I'liiillileiil that if accorded the
kindly offices of the govertt|iieiit ium
lore would udjusl themselves satisfactorily iu n short lime.
Premier Mellriile here declared that
there was uu reusun w|iy auy uncertainty lunil.i exist iii the particular
named. Vancouver was the terminus uf the P. (1. K. Railway. Tbe
uei stipuluted Ibul the roatl was tu go
lo Ihut eily nnd it must gu there.
Hue t'e Muy corroborated Hie position
taken liy prevloui speakers, il might
p" ii'i'- be Iliuiiglit thut the peuple of
the Nurlh Shore were sumewbut impu
tient hut befure Ibis ease arose Ihey
hud liet'ii subjected lu a lung series uf
elisuppniuiiui'iiis rclutivc lu Important
unil Inrs jutlinatlly ussuciateil with In
-nl prugress, und Ibis, tugcther with
the e'Oliliilflui' wlneli hud been pllceil
in the pulicy uf the government had
inlil* Ihis llleil ilissap|luiiitmeut tbe
inure difficult lu sualuin. The govern
lilll lunl ,'iluplcil (l'u clii.rlir .imi
agreement and the peuple eipectd thai
the signuture ut lbc guvernment wuuld
be us guoil us gubl. They did uul wish
lo interfere with lbc prugress uf New
purl, neither un the ulher hand did
ibey consider il just tbut Newpurt
sboiibl lie .'illiii-.e.i lu iliioii'li al the
expense of Nurlh  Vuncuuver,
Hoove Nelson declared Ihul allhuugh
Wesl Vuiicoiiver wus said iu loiuequir
lers lo be the cause.of llle obstruction,
it wus not su, The council liud liken
u position which thoy believed tu lie
iu the interests of the municipality.
They fell Ihul the mitter wns iu guud
bunds uml were prepared lu abide by
tbe result.
Mr. D'Arcy Talc presented the case
un  behalf ul' Hi Pacific (Ireul  Kaslem
Iluilwuy t'unipuny.   He liuel seen copies
uf the  | miu i    Ity  tbe  tannus puldic
bodies, uml deprecated auy idea thai
llle  cuinpany  was  not   going  tu  liuild
nlon;   the north shore anil  into  Vaucuuver.   The cuutract  filled fur such
construction  uud   the   cumpiny   wuuld
li.uid    Ihere    accordingly.   Moreover
their   lines  wuubl  reach   Ibuse   puiuls
un  time, iccordlllg lu the ugreement.
He bud considered the argument us to
lime  of commencement  ou  the  norlb
shore uud wished tn observe that tin
contrail  musl be construed iu a real
oiiulile, fair ami equitable manner witb
due regard tu ull puints Involved.   A
fur  liiiililing intu  Vuneuuver, he con
sidered Ihul it was nut competent fur
even  tiic government   lo excuse    the
uinpany because uut uuly did the con
trail  stipulate such  euuslrurtion, bul
money had been borrowed on repruuu
lulious that such wouhl be done ami
Ihose condltioni must tberefure lie mel
riii-  tjuestiun was shuuhl construction
l<e  started  now' al   Nurtb   Vaucuuver
as per clause II uf the agreement   Mr.
Tile declared that the clause was uul
in the contract-ii originally prepared
li bud been introduced al (he suggl's
un uf the attorney general. Mr   Tate
bail   piuie.i,,i   al   lbe   time  on   Ibe
ground   thai  il   wuuld  interfere  with
the prugress u,f lbc project in view ol
condition! which might arise       Illi
pieel.nl    nm   met   |,y   ||„.   imerlion   of
i lim,-..' IU which pruvided for deviation
frum lhc strict proviiiom of Ihe igrcc
menl for cause. I'p lo lbe prescnl time
bis company was uul il limit . Tbi
mule Ihruugli West Vincuuver wis uut
yet, iippiiiiinl unl the cumpiny could
uul pine i e i until Ibis wu doue. i.n n
huwever, if Ihil ruule were tppruved
tomorrow the compiiiy shuuld uut be
compelled lo proceed it onco for Iwo
i."i in, Firsl, when rliuie 14 wu introduced, it wis nut anticipated that
the i'ii"'- asked for real estate wuuld
io rapidly increue to the highest pricei.
He declared that bit company bad iu
vcsligalcd the coil and thai it
Ihc prices uked Hn' right of way ulung
thc North Shore would coil ilOMO,
WO. Tbe entire guarantee for tbe 480
milt's of line wu limited to 1161)69,-
000. It wu unfair that ibo short till-
ium e in ipiiNlimi ibould be allowed to
absorb Iwo thirds nf lbc entire guv
erniiuvit guarantee, lulving the remain
nig 449 miles Willi only une third. The
seeoinl reaioo wu ilie fact tint the
preient   Kurupeau  disturbances    were
WEST VANCOUVER RATEPAYERS
OPPOSE WHARF IN D. L. 237
HELD MEETING AT HOIiIiYBUBN
LABT BVBNINQ
A man meeting of West Vancouver
ratepayers took place lust evening in
tb* in'llunl room at I In Ily hum. II was
decided, after considerable ilit.cimi.iuu
to uk Ihe directorate uf Ihu West
Vancouver Ferries I.td. not to" tin Ibo
hands Of next year'** council" hy
lluilding a wharf in 11. I.. H.'I7 befure
Ihe general election* in January, lu Ihu
uii'iii of thc directorule refusing the
request uf tlte ratepayers' ussiiciatiun
Ihe seerelary will petition ilic liiiiniu
iou government• In refuse the Ferry
tympany's ippiication for riparian
rights fnr Ihe sile nf the proposed
wharf. 'Messrs. Hubert McPhersmi,
Juhn I.u''.,mi and Juhn I'm led the ut
tack on thc company's directors fur
their "retrograde "net iuu in arranging
terminal facilities iu D. i.. 'I'll ami
when the government pier cnuld be
used. Tlte second wharf ul Holly-
burn hud been liuilt.at. the eusl uf uli
iiliiieh essential luu,ling facilities lor
I inn.liii :i \ e, wit limit the iipiuiiin of thl
iiiiepiitei" lieing ascertained.
i'iiiiiiiilloi Merrick dufeudoil tbo lotion of the council with tbi. statoracnt
that to ; nn' a fut iiervieii tbi ferry
immi liait' its own whirf. Tb* ibiUow-
ncss of Iho water ut the goverqmint
pier wuuld absolutely prevent tb* UIW
I'm lie. ducking Ihem To repair Ilni
public wharf wuuld lie i wilted ux
MRU, because tho ferry cumpauy would
have un ui|uil.y iu lhc improved itruc-
Hue. The cunstruclinii uf an atleipialu
whurf ul   lluinlarave was out of tha
epic:.Ililil    lue llll.'..'   ||f   tllC   COBi.
The tnunagcr nf the ferry company
miuouiiceil that it third uf in acre uf
Imui willi mil I'uul Hiilerl'rniillgc id-
joining lllh slreei hail been bought
I'ur ♦10,000; that a contract for a pile
whurf iillil feet iu length, with waiting
ruum wumhotisc, freight shod, ticket
ulliee, etc., had lieen let it tlO,000, tbo
contract lining conilitiunal on riparian
rights being granted. Two stoameri
'■ feet in length, .lu carry Kill pauon-
gers each, w-uubl be purchased it I
eust uf tH<i,llilll each.
The Smart Set at
the Lonsdale Theatre
(1HEAT     OHABITY     ENTERTAIN
MENT TOMORROW EVENING
ulher idea than that  uf donating u
ininli  us  i"  iui'   towards  tho  ctuie
liiovo iii tii I iiuiiii, and ul the mno time
providing the public with au evening'!
real uniiisemeul ami proving tbii city
lu lm alive iu ilirci'tiuns uther  than
railroads uml real estate.
The cumpany owes its ineuption to
Madame   Normlnton,   whusc  cuncirbi
_,. .  .   i   ii'  .li       i .i "" "'is side of the Inlet havo alwayi
The must desirable Hung uf lbe mo '
.-..    .    . n ,i been bright musical spuls in the city'i
menl is tbut thc brulullv wcl weiillnr        . ,    '                    '                       '
,, .   .            ...      ,   , ,    ,, social   lile.    lu   her  cffurl   tu  arrange
which is prevailing today should clear                 ...                                 ■
.'    a lieu, original, and secular entertain
up   uml   gne   place   lu   heller   cuiuli r '
.' ,.     ineiil she lm- been furluiialu ill accur
Hulls   itelore   tomorrow   cw'inug.   ro( ,
,., ,.,,. ing   the   |" i.iinm   uf persuu!   wilb
while   a   little   iiliiiosiilieric   inoislncss . , ,
... , peal experience in such matters, ill of
will   nol,   ol   cuursc,   diimpen   lu  liny ' ' ....
.    . .       ' whom have been must gcucruui in their
scrum:, extent  the ureloiir mnl purpuse
of those muny peuple wbo inlctid to »cliv« '"''l''   Mi»» M»)' Hi;o" »»•»•(
gel ucipiaiiili'd with lbc "Sliurl Sel,"  whu, priur to coining west, rcgiilered
L'vcrythiug will be much more snug mid
satisfactory if the wcalber clerk press
es Ibe "dry night" button.
Home ruin, come shine, "The Hniiirl
Set" tomorrow evening  will develop
programme anything but dry. lu
aid uf the lucul branch uf the Victor
iau Order ut' Nurses, this new company
uf  performers  liuie  offered  iheir ser
many notable successes iu tbe principal rules uf nuiiieriius musical comedies
uud euiiiie operas, is au artiste wboie
inclusion in Ihe Smart Set ia in Hulf
a guarantee of excellence. Another
valuable member uf thu comuyy ii Ut.
I. Moir, a top nolch remierer of hum
uruus ditties, whu, despite bll being
ulsu occupied in couching 'Vancouver'!
OOBtlflUeM   W   Dlfl   tf
MIM MAY 8C0TT HA8TIE
Whou contribution* will hi i futuri of tlu "Smart
Sit'i"  proguuiuii tomorrow ivinlng.
vices mil Iheir talent, ami by earnest
rehearsing have liuill up au entertain
menl which promises lu surpass any
1'iei nm" lu. ui cffurl uf a like cbarn-lcr.
The fact that these ladies and gentle
meu have ehuseu to apjtcar under pscu
dramatic society, couieuled to b* dine
iug eliiei lor and lu mill iu eviry wiy
pu--ilde Tbu muiicil direction ilil tbi
biuda uf Mr. l.luyd Holland, i mnlil
isl of Bloitiwiy Hill, London, Kng
The rest of the company, wbo ill di
Inni ms  seems,  by   the  way,  lu  bave! serve indivii|uil menl ion if ijuce wn
led cerium of the public lo hclicvt' in j milted,  hive  entered   wilb   grill   tc
correctly Ibll the '"Hmirl Set" ii I
company of paid jirofcesiuuals. Duel) a
belief ii entirely eruincuus. There ii
nut a member of the eeslc in receipt
of any remuneration, each artiste having given bit and ber sen ices ami lai
enl   absolutely   gratis,   and   wilh   un
Ihuiium iuto Ibf production, ind 11
is earnestly hoped Ibll Ibe general
public, I'Dili lur the uke of Ibi ciuic
nul the eompiny, will rally In lirgi
numbers ll Ibe liOnidllc Ihealm lo
morrow evening al 8 o'clock In time
for lbc concert it lilt.
1 i        ■
Voting on City By-La wa (To-morrow)
To morrow, at tb* OJty Hill, Uu •Uotoritl of ibt Oily pf Utitb
Vincouvir will you upon Uu city'i six Important bylawi, w pubUife
Id In full tbli Imui. Polling will tiki placi b*twuo tlu noun if 0
o'clock ia. and 7 o'clock p.m.
^:i
• Publiibid Tundiyi ind Wfoyi hy ritrfh Btow Ptmi, UmittA,
QUO. H, MOBUBN, BPITQU AP MAMfflB,
■
Rates of SubMr|ptlon|T-Ow ynr, UM, Bl» mgnlhi, We. Tbr" mwlbi, Ho,
9 United Statu lid Foreign, 12.96 par year.
AdvirtUlng BaUl WUI B. QuoUd ID Apportion.
Th* Bxpresi ii devoted tq (hi intereiti of the North Hhore of Hurrard Inlil
eiolmlvily. It eouitltulai in idvartWng mtdlum of iwiptlonil vilui for
reaching fn * thorough ind affaotivi manner the population of North Vincouvar
Olty and District. Kvery effort is nidi to givi •dvertiuri tb* moit utiifictory
lervfofl.
All ohingei in contriot advertliamenti ahould ba in tbe prliitin' biudi not
tutor thin 10 l. m. Mondiy ind A p. m. Wedneidiy to ensure msertiou in tbi
following Iuue.
Nortb Vincoiiwr, 8. 0	
....Dicitntar 13, low.
INDIVIDUALITY   IN   0HBISTMA8
OBSEBVANOE
Kvery normal human,being will subscribe 'to the apiril which constitute!
the genius uf Ihe (ihristmus festival.
Its inllut'iicti makes fur universal good
will, fur Hm exercise of disinterested
kindliness pinl fnr thoughtful efforts
fur the liiippiui'M. uf uthers, clemuiits
which uru everywhere roeogniiud ub
ninniig the must exalted traits attain
lillle   ill   h.linen   . llue.ul' e
lt is euhjci'l uf frequent eummont,
however, that the stuadily increasing
eomplority of our ailvaucing eivilira-
liuu is ever forcing us lo a pusilion
lurther mnl further removed frnm the
urigiual whole hearteilness and simplicity ..li..I i.i iii lhe ilni. .una:, idea.
The pace is so fast today, Hie demands
nf cuul cm iniinlily are su exacting that
tu a greut degree the real spirit of
I'hristuiiis is lost In sight ami the
wholesome enjoyment which shuuld attend Hie uecusiun, is linpelessiy engulfed iu the multiplicity uf duties ami re
spoiiilbllitiea—I fungus growth—which
under modern condltioni have fasten
leiicl themselves upon the celebration
of I'hrisl mui.
On the ulher Iminl, il is undeniably
possible for Hie individual, by uieaua
of a suitable iiieului attitude, resolutely adopted toward I'hrislmas and
ils observance, lu deliver himself or
herself from Ihosu aceuinpaniinents
which render I'iirislinas dillics burden
sonic In u greater ur lesser degree and
to liml iu this llie greatest of all fei
tive in -i ii ut i.n.- n suasiin of helpful
reluiulion und reul. enjoyment. Those
elements which lend lo make the celebration uf I'hrislmas a trying rather
Iiuiu au enjoyable experience, ilml their
source to a great extent iu Ihc tyranny
of "things" in false conception of
what our position requires of us and iu
a misinterpretation nf the apiril uf the
occasion
if, iu each Instance, lhe ubservauce
uf i i.i. iu..!. were ullowcd lu interpret
the ioatitutioti iu terms true (u the
churucli-j of Hie individual, its signi
licence would be much mure dearly Indicated uud ils ubservauce very great
ly simplified. I'nder sueh rircnm
tlanees the particular manner iu which
Hie seasoii was observed wouhl be a
true portrayal of the personality which
lay behind ami went with that obier
tunic l.el each throw aside all arli
lieiality, all cunveutioiialities, ill ei
truiiuous coercive influences and dare
to be aimply "himself" ur "hrnelf"
and In acl uceunliugiy It Is Irue that
Hie results migbt in sume instances
pruve suinewhit startling, but it is safe
lu sly lhal lhc whule effect wuubl be
of u sulutary nature, a refreshing indl-
vidualily would lie added tu tbe full
val, and we iibuuld suecenii witbal in
getting much ncaiei lu the hcirt uf
the i lin.nlmas feilival than ii thu
case under Hum,' condition which u»
iially prevail in tbli regard.
LOOAL   CONSTRUCTION   ON   THB
P. 0. li  BAILWAY
lliut' again public announcement Iiu
been officially made wltb reference tu
the Iocs 11 on of the terinioili of the
I'lt'lfic limit lia.lcm lliilwiy. Tbi
announcement eintmtei frum lhe bigb
est pusiihlc authority lud ll expressed
hi terms as dlnel and ai uiilmblguoui
ai il is pniiihj* lu frame out of Ibe
Kngliih linguige.
In his reply to lbe depulitiun which
iwailed upou htm yeiterday with ref
crcnei' tu Plrifir Ureal Kiilcm mat
ten in Ibeir relit iou to tbe Nortb Shore
and Vancouver, Premier McBride re
Iterated Ibe poiitive declaration*
which hu had previously made upou
several urraalona tbit tba contract
called fur the runilructiun of Ibe lines
into Vancouver and Ibey musl gu lliere.
Vincouver, therefore, would h* tb*
terminus, hut North Vanrouver would
receive special idviutagei in the way
of facilities for freight ami passenger
lurmiuile.
Mr. D'Arcy Tate^repreicuting the
I'aeilie Ureat YWera Billwiy Con
jiiny, fully concurred in ill lhat lbe
Premier Mid ind deprecited tb* fact
that |«y attempt ibould be mid* to
npro**nt iny other plici u tbi com
iug ■ in.- of lbe i  of the company.
There is positively no opportunity
for any une to luuk wiao and to- insinuate ilmi ilieue statements were pru-
visional in auy aeuae, or lhat tboy wure
made wllh mental reservations uf any
■niliii.- whatever. Thoy aru positive,
straightforward and undeniable Mutt-
incuts, made in tbo fullest candor, ami
iu Ibe plainest K.ngiiah, liy the highest
pieciibile .iuii,.:nin-:. iieeni the unly twu
sources indued which have Ihu Hrst
particle uf right tu speak iiuthurita
lively in lbe matter, ami to a tlopii
luiiun representing lhe luuding public
bullies iiii liuth sides uf Hurrard inlet.
In suppurl nf this aiinnuneeinciil the
information was fur the lirst lime mule
public that the I'aeilie (Ireat Pastern
ilailway Company bad been negotiating
fur lllg purchase uf extensive acreage,
including lurge tide Hat areas, al the
price of three million dullars, for Ihe
purpuses uf freight yards and a situ
fnr a inugnilicuul passenger depnt autl
office I.uiiiin.," at North Vancouver.
A.'iiiuiii en were further given in the
same frank manlier thut these facilities ■■ ..iil.il be pruvided locally i|i due
■course.
All Nurlh Shure interests have every
reasnn tn rest perfectly sutisiied with
the sit uni mu iu tbis respect. In view
uf Ihese ussurances Ihere is unly une
intelligent course upeu, aiul that is that
all duubt and uncertainty be finally
■ iinini i.i and that the fad lie defin
iielt and fully accepted, uuce iud fur
all, that Nurth Vincuuver will becume
the terminal puiut uf the I'acibc (Ireat
i'iasluru Ilailway Company ami that lbe
lines will he continued intn Vancuuver,
iu iiceurelane'c with the terms of lhe
agreement.
The depulitiun was nut able
tu ii" eeiuplisli all Ibal had beeu
hoped relative tu an immediate cum
lllflieellielll    Ilf    III11 W 111    Ctlllll rUl'l loll    llll
the North Shore, but Ibey were ilefiu
ilely usBiireil lhat the lino into Nurth
Vancouver will be completed befure
Hie line into Port Ucorge ami that tbe
whule syslem wouhl be finished ami in
operation within lhe contract period.
They were further taken into Ibe con
llileinc uf Hie centred ing parlies ami
the reasons in full weru staled why il
bad been decided tu permit sume tun
uiiun of details while adhering strictly
to the general import uf tbe agreement
Meantime them were twu features uf
thc . Iii-iiig rmarks uf Premier M. Bride
which suggest lhe puisihilily thai uu
very lengthy delay is prubable !• lu
loustrucliiin frum Nurth Vemuutrr lu
Ihu head uf Howe Hound. Tlie first was
the Premier's undertaking that be
wuulil liuie Mr. Tate atteud a mul Ing
of lhc Executive Council to ronftr with
a view tu hastening lbe commencement
uf thai cuiislrueliun; md lbc uther wu
the maimer in wbidi the Premier em
phuised Ibll the inuncipililici md the
railway rumjuiiy hid mutual intereiti
lu serve ami suggested thll iustetd uf
wnrking longer It eruA purpuses Ibey
get lugelher ini'l arrange lo co operate.
to Iheir mutual advantage.
Tbere ire encouraging poiiibllillei
of develupmriili idvanUgeuui lo Ibi
Nurth siiure mulling frum Ibe tdnp
liun of either or liolb of Ibeic rounei
uf action.
Meaulltne ii ii uuw uiure<J Ibal lucb
delay as may lie experienced In lhe
commencement of the <„i,atru< ium of
Ibe .-.' intu frum Ibii rity lu lbe held
of lluwe Hound will uot iu iny wiy
effect idvenely Ibe lime al which tbe
Iraliii uf the eouipany will he ruuning
iulu unl uul of North Viucouver.
Whelher Ilul eouitrucllon wire lo begin
It once ur It t later date, Ibll n. lion
will he (liiishul befure Hie lul lerliun
ll the northern end uf the line lud lbe
'Inle for beginning Ibe Jimming of
triini would in my rue be tbe same
The ucl rciull from tbe whole lituilien
ii thai until null lime •■ icluil con
siiininin locally    is    i omine I    tbi
Nurlli Hbore loiei audi lieneAti *i
might iiiuru.' from the prrienre of 1
few conilruction gangs prowruting
slow work on Ihe Nortb Hbore, hut
gams lhe lullesi nurture u to tbe
lemiinali, Ibe rcrtiiuly Ibii wbm con
slrurlioit il romuieiierd it will he ug
urouily protocoled ind Ibe isiurinec
Ibll tbi "oiillterii iiio'I link will In'
completed hefore lbe moit northerly
link and the furtber aisu/iuce Ibal iu
any rue Ibe very first train! dlip*tch
ed on the line will operate into ind
out of Nortb Vancouver wbilt tbe diy
on wbicb tb* train icrvice will be
itirted, will I* m ru* bl liliyet.
wbinittlng litht volt nt the ritipiy-
ora tomorrow.
Tim total new expenditures provided
fur in these i|| by-laws is fll)li,OOD.00,
The gross total represented liy the
hy-liwi ia 10,10,000.00, but of tbia
•mount $406,000.00 his already boon
voted by tlie ratepayers and for business or legul reisuua they ire asked
to re-vote tbe respective sums which
um included iu th*t amount.
By Liwi for Firry Pwpomi
Tba Iiiiiii li iiiii roprinicnlcd hy tba
nioiioy by-l»wa now lubmitted for ferry purpuses is $:!ilu,llllil.llil, hut of tbli
total, tho imi) of 181111,000.00 was voted
hy the ratepayers iu May list. Tbe
fact that expenditures fur three differ-
»iit ferry purposes were included in
uue by-law renders the bylaw illegal
and encli expenditure is nuw submitted
in a aeparate by-law.
The sum uf ten thousand dollars has
been added In the original amount lu
provide for iticruaaed coil of terminals
ami alsu fur any cniitiiigeiicles which
may arise in carrying out lite purpuses
provided fur iu the by law. .
The luiiil for ferry purpuses is mude
up uf the fnlluwlng items:
Pur' tbu ii pun lm■.. and cm-
.-.-llniii.n uf Hie existing ferry
debentures fur I 1118,000.1)0, in
in der tu release the "future
assets" uf Hie cumpany, which
iiuiniiiiiie part uf the serur
ity under uxisling debentures,
hy Ihis means releasing the
propused new ferry buat ami
making of it an nlditiooal as
act to hu m.ed as security for   ■
till!      hei II        Hei      ill     ullll      Cull
."iiu.iiui,    »148,000.00.
Pur   the  eust   uf   the   prupused
uew  buat     |8T,000.00
Pur the rust   uf  improved  ter
initial acciiiiinimlatiuu ....    110,01111.00
Tutal    $,'10(1,000.110
Suhiiii. ting frum llui abuve tutal Ihe
sum of ?:".i:.,iiiiu un, of which the pres
ant by laws aro a re vute, the net ad
ditiuual amount fur ferry purposes is
$10,1100,
By Laws re B. I. T. and B.
Company
The tutai represented by lhe liy
laws nuw submitted fur purchise uf
slnins in llurranl Inlel Tunnel and
Bridge i 'oinpmy Is $ 1(10,000.00, uf which
llie sum of $50,000.00 is new expend!
lure ai followa:
To t. suil... ni., fur 1,000 lum .
uf capital stock already pur
chased, rendered necessary be
muse the un,.Iiinms slipu
i.lie.I ill the plenum, by law
with reference tu time uf cum
ineiiccmcnt,   have    nut    been
met    $1110,1)1111.1111
Tu siihs.'iihe fur niui additional
shares uf the capilal sluck iu
urder tu make uf Ibe total
a in nun I subscribed by Ibe re
■pectlvc municipililiei i ium
"p..el tu om .iiiuiii r tbe
amount uf Ihc aulhorired rap
ilal of tbe company, thua uu
aiding lbc municipalities lu
tu assume legal cuutrul uf ilur
rani Inlel Tunnel and Bridge
i uinpany, lu iccurdmcc wilb
Ihe Hailway  Arl      160,000.00
cii*ie ur mu now aim.
Tin eduPi.tlunal interests of the eity
b»y» oyer m'«t with hearty iyui|iutby
nt thl hands pf the rutupayura und lim
proposition Whioh if paw ylnee.il \\ulQft)
IIiiiiii il sn iindiiiiiiilily iiuiiii,I thll litem
can ba po lieiltin, y io approving tho
plan,
APPWOATIQN   POB    HOtW   M-
OBNBB
NOTIUE 18 HEHEBY QIVISN (hit
I intend it the next regular meeting of
tba i.icuuau I'liiiimiaaiiiiiurs fur thu
Uity of North Vuncouvor to'apply for
■n Hotel l.ici'iu'c to hu known hy the
mini.' of tbe Arlington Hulel situate
on loll iv.enit ..,'.,, u jn i,i„, i. intl, 11.
1.. U74| in tbu city uf North Vuiicuuver,
JOHN MKAHHIill.
Dated Nuv. Mth, lUlti. lk-18
N. V. WOODYARD
10,000 cordi of dry Ar wood for quick
Hii. Prlci pir odd cordi, 14.76. Special i|iiutitlons for larger quiutltlei.
Out Wood, 10 inches, $3.36. lii Inches
MM. C. 0. D.
Office ind Yard—Mih and Lomdali
Phone 190.    P.O. boi 2432.
Vancouver Buiineu Directory
BUSINESS COLLEGES
SPR0TT-SHAW Buiineu College
336 Haitingi St. W.
Cimdi'i Graatael Waetern School
u. J. Sprott,. B.A., - -Managir
BBAL ESTATE
Yorkshire Guarantee & Securities
Corporation, Limited
4411 Seymour Street
RKAI, KS.TATE
LAND AND MORTGAGE
INVESTMENT
ESTATES ' MANAGED
FIRE INSURANCE
R. Km Houlgate - - - Manage!
RESTAURANTS
All Nortb Vancouyer people ut it
LEONARDS'
ICitber I'lu.! lllock or Halting! St.,
oppoaiti the new |ioit office. Uunard
•llll hii IK hy the pound.
tt'MII'lll OP run. HININU
Bill,III,1TIHKI
Tutal    1180,000.00
By Uw  for  School  Purpoiei
The rcni(iuiii|i item ol the Inlil
new eiru'iuliturci uf (1.18,000.00 ii iuii
mini d iii 1 hy liw lo provide the ium
of |78,OOO.iiu for Ifae purcbue of 1
new m iu.ul lite, to replire the preient
m Inuii 011 i'l,. Me'iiiehl avenue, between
Tfaird ind Knurl li »troute. Then' ire
•lrnii|i rciiuni tu he utged why Ibe
rilepiyeri iliuulii licirlily endunc thii
hi lim li iiiiiiiiiii, 1 a polity which
wai mdoraid hy Ibe lluini uf three
yein' Igoildiwbieb liat rmntiucd tbe
policy of tbeir lUcccnuri tiiruugh Iwu
.ie. nun- Tbe preient ilie ii nol id
tnnit.iieuin.lt loeut.'d Tbe territory
lying loulh uf Ihe preeent lile ii very
•uiiil ind hy iiiouii|i linliei up the
bill 1 much wider un will In icried
by Ihli irbool. Tbe lllc it pminl it
iliuneilii'i too Mllll ind hei-iuie pro
perly In Ibal viriolly ii very high ib
price ii will ii from the firt that
K.liiie.ni properly ii occupied by coilly
reiideorei, it would not be pnclicibli
lu enlirge tbi ilti. Tbi preieul build
lug fall iniwind ill purpuie idminhly
tluriiiK 'be eirly"illgei of Ibi growth
of tbe rily, but it ii now outgrown
imUil ii not prictirible to.furtbir
•nlirgi it lo imwer future require
uu nli, wblla tbe lite li illogilber too
•mill to illow tbi leiring down of
tbe prewnl building and Ibe erection
of 1 large, thoroughly modern irhuol
building, It li, /therefore, pnopuied
to buy a ilte firtbir up Ibe lull-in 1
Wiitihli lot'iliun, where the required
•ru rin hi procured ll reuoniblc
• 1.-1 md to erect thereon I thoroughly
up Udlte iduritionil itruclure lucb-
ll will be 1 credit to tbe city ind
fully idequitt for future neadi.
It may further lie obierved, wilb
reference to lliin propnitiou Hut Ihe
coit il Ibii inilaiu u would he olT-nl
from tbe fut tbit upon tbe completion
of Ibi wbool building on tbe new lite,
tki eily will com ioto pouwion of
tbi preuut ilu, Ul villi of *bl«b
i.'ual mining rlilili of tin Uomlnlon
iu Wunliuhu. Buiktioliiiwuii and Albur-
a. tin Vulu, 1 Territory, the Nui Hi W.Kt
Territorial ind In ■ uoi Hon ot tin |iiu>
vlnce ol Brlllih Columbia, may he tumid for a linn of twenty-one yean tl
an minimi rental of 11 an acri. Nol
more thin 1.610 acrea will he letted to
uno u|.ill. mil
Auiillcalloii for a leeiv muil hu mude
hy tlie ui'i'ti. .mi In |.i ti.i.n lo Hie Agent
or Hub-Aleut of llie dlilrlcl In which
Hie righli a|i|tlkil fur are illiialed.
In aurviyed lirrtlury tlm land muil
hu dimiIlml hy lecllona, or legal iub-
dlvliluni of lectluiii. and lu uiuurvey-
id t.'irli.ii) Hie Iracl applied fur ahall
hi naked  out by  Iho u|i|illcant lilm
uir
tiacli application muit hv accompanied by a I.-, ut |S wlncll will be rt
funded If llu iiuiiii ii|i|iik-d fur an not
available, bul not olherwlie A roy-
iliy ilull bi paid on llll mcrch»iilibla
output uf Hie mini at the rulo of Kvi
..ui* pir tun.
Thi piriun operating llio mini Hull
rurnlih the Agtnl with aw'irn  return!
• eenUlillllK     fOr    Hll    full    t|ll.llilll)       Of
mtrcliintalilii coil niliicd and pay tin
royally Ihereon If Ibo cual mining
rl|btt in nut being opentcd, aucb ra-
lurin aliuuld In furniihed at leuit unci
• yetr
Tbt leiH will Intludi lln coal mining
rlghtl only, but (be leiiot.may he por-
milled tl purcbue whitever avallabli
lurflce iliihti may In conllderid neceuary fur lha working uf Ihi mine n
Ihi nli tf |I0 tn acta
For    full    Information    application
?houll bi Hilda lo Ihi urriliry of Ihi
ie|.iiiiiui ni ur Ihi Ini, ilni, Ottawa, ur
lo any again or Hub-Agent uf tlumlnloii
Undi ,
w w. roiir,
Deputy Miniiler of Ihi Interior
H.   B— tJiiaulliorlied   publication   ot
Ihil   atJveiilni ineiil   will  nut   hi  pild
for III
perore puying iour
Christmas Presents
Let us show you qui' complete stock of
CUTLERY,
'   CUT-GLASS,
BRASS GOODS,
ART BATHROOM FITTINGS,
ELITE ENAMELWARE,
GUERNSEY EARTHENWARE,
TOOLS, Etc.
Such gifts combine usefulness with beauty and will lasl
a life time,
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I'i ',„ '       "  in'     ',  '    "     „'„.     ' lin        .
JOHNSTON & SALSBURY
THE HARDWAREMEN   '
90 Lonsdale Avenue      Next to P.O.
TO SANTA CLAUS
We beg lo lender for your full line of Clirmlinas giflj in
Norlh Vincouver:
BOOKS FOR OLD AND YOUNG,
DAINTY   PRESENTS   IN   BRASS   AND
LEATHER.
GAMES, TOYS AND DOLLS IN GREAT
ASSORTMENT. LARGp and SMALI <
J. E. Scouten's Book Store
Our motto:
c    . (N, b. Book iud Stationery Company).
.1.iin i
Quality of Goodi"    36SB IftWAml Avenue.        PHONE 181
OLAFOSER
BAKER and CONFECTIONER
HBB     i  I i  *e^—«—a—5
Orders taken for Xmas Cakes and
Xmas Puddings.
143--L0NSDALE AVENUE--143
Job Printing at the "Express"
NOTICE!
MEN'S HATS SALE
at Frank Col well's
DOLLAR-50 HAT STORE
1029 Granville Street
Vancouver, B. C.
ALL FALL STYLES ON SALE NOW
FOR   ......'	
OPEN EVENINGS TILL 10 O'CLOCK
$1.00
.'
In North I.onsdale
An Opportunity
Close to an open road. 50 ft. lots $275 each, $25 c«h $io monthly
/ i    i i n if
Also half-acre lots from $500 to $650 each,   $50 cash fejj momhiy
Oftc* Phone 173.
Bwiiauce Phona 399
MARTINSON & CO.
62 WNSDALE AVENUE * ° *■ m.       N0RTH vANCOyVER
■
J(lll   I^IJI iJl       .     U,,.^.    u^e.i.
_ UPHOLD YOUR CITY SHOE MERCHANTS
A Christmas Invitation to Choose Shoes for
your own wear or for presents for your family
and friends from a $30,000 stock as follows:
$15,000 OF THE BEST CANADA CAN MANUFACTURE
$ 7,500 OF THE BEST ENGLAND CAN MANUFACTURE
$ 2,500 OF THE BEST AMERICA CAN MANUFACTURE
$ 5,000 OF THE BEST RUBBERS AND GUM BOOTS
$30,000 '     '
Come
And
Examine
Our
Stock
SLIPPERS FOR XMAS AND NEW YEAR'S GIFTS
We have Slippers of all kinds, for all purposes, at all prices, for all ages. Slippers of leather, felt and velvet. Some
warm lined with that snoozy, comfortable lamb's wool. Some with fur trimmings. Some with fancy embroidery.
Moccasins of deer hide.   Hand-made Slippers that ire perfect fitting with flexible soles. «
Our stock of Boots and Shoes is a most complete one for the whole family
FREE!
Lady's Gold Watch
and Bracelet
Get t ticket with every pair
ol Shoei ot Slipper* bought
before New Year.
DRAWN FOR ON
NEW YEAR'S EVE
FREE!
REMEMBER we are the Pioneer Shoemen of the North Shore with 50
years' practical experience at your service. We therefore ask a continuance of your support.
Honest Dealing and Honest Values have been the means of our success.
PHONE 393
WOOD & SON
FIRST STREET EAST
P.O. BOX 1815
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marnt
^^m^^^^^^^m I- I
oanK gr munu ecu
Eilabllflhad 181T
Capital (paid up)   .   $16,000,000
Reierve    ....   $16,000,000
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
Savings Bank Department
INTBWWT PAID AT CURRENT RATE8
/
North Vancouver Branch I F. A. MACRAE,
Mt. Crown Bldg., Jit Street Managar
BTATBUBNT OP TUB POWOT OV
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Championship
HOCKEY
Tin Fastest Game ln tba World
OPENINO HATCH
Westminster at Vancouver
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10
Price!: Bntlre Oallsry, 60 cantii. Batorvad Baatoi 11.00.
Ica Skating 3 Baaaioua Dally,
HIU Plione 86
P. O. Box l'Jiin
Factory Phone vit
Factory Phone 567
BANKRUPT STOCK SALE
Of tha BUBBABD BASH AND DOOB FAOTOBV.
The North Vancouvar Lumber Co. having purchased all the assets
aud plant are making a clearing out aale of all tha old stock at greatly
reduced price for caih to make room for new atock.
WINDOWS AND DOOBS HALF PBIOB
NORTH VANCOUVER LUMBER CO.
Factory! Corner Baplauade and Bt. Oeorge.
We Have Some Good Buys
in D. L. 273, 274] 550.
See uj if you have a house to rent, or if you want to get
a house.
We have some lovely homes for sale.
Listings wanted.
NORTH VANCOUVER REAL ESTATE CO.
110 Eiplanade. Phone 227
R. C. BISS J. A. WOODS
Building Supplies
Sole AgenU for North Vancouver:
Samson Fibre Diabolo Cement
North Shore Coal & Supply Co.
L S. EATON, Manager.
Kickham's Wharf    Esplanade West     Phone 466
Time Table for Christmas Day
NOBTH  VANOOUVBB OITY FBBBIBI LIHITBD
Leave  Vancouyer
'I'M AM.
I'M
4:110 P.H.
8:00
moo
B:M
U:
l:ft>
10:80
7:00  .
moo
7:40
U:tO
tm
12:20 P.M,
I'M
1:00
I'M
l;to
10:40
3:20
11:00
8:00
11:40
3:40
12:20 AM
1:00
\
Leave Nortb Vancouver
7:80 A.M. 4:00 tM.
8:00
8:40
8:80
10:00
10140
11:20
UM
18:40 P.M.
1:80
8:00
8:40
3:80
4:40
6:30
8:00
8:40     ,
7:»
1:00
8:40
8:80
10:00
10:48
into
12:00
18:48 AM
Tlw Uble inbject io change without notice. Company Mt liable tm
ttmjmf9t  9mwrlttmtmnm  Wl  ^■^MwMVi
At llio laat meeting of tlie olty
i'iiiiiii-iI during -.ilie ie ii'ini.'i'ii for t site
for city Imll purposes were opened uml
referred to the engineer for tabulation,
a letter with bearing upon thiu. mut
ter waa received from tbe secretary of
llm I"1 "I lioanl pf .ii-liiHii leiiuiuu;.. Th
council, aa reported in the laat laauo
of tlm Hspross, was i|iviilud in opinion
aa whether the <-linm, t.-i ami purport
nf Illle lellur juetilied its lielng uc
ci'ptiul inni iieieiiiiiii'il as an ordinary
(sudor, The point huh debated for u
I'ouaideralilu lime, ami motions, amend
in.'nit, ami amendments to amendments
were voiced iu confusing succession.
Finally a majority vqte dtiided that
IliO       :,'lllllll       llOanl '«       i HIUIIUIIIH Ul Hell
shuuld not I,,' iiiiii.i.I.'inl a lender but
sboubl be attat'boil for future reference
In llic liimlvrs properly received.
As lliu siltialliin lo an iiiipiirtun' ex
tent iiingui upon ti certain section of
Ibr Heliool Art (SMtllli llll llio silll
■tiuu.' of wbleh may possibly be unknown to many ratepayers, il lias beeu
ili'i'ini'il .i'ii i ;il,l,' tn n.niui,' more fully
the meaning of Iba Hoard's letter, ecu
iiig iiiui tlie trustees liave poniplnlnoil
tbat the press as a body bus misre
presented tlie situation by tliu sin ol
iwiissiuii rather tban tomiiiissiou. lu
tlio Kipress, also, there occurred a mis
print, wliit'll wuubl doubtless lie up
preciated by most readers us sucli, ami
wl.i, li ininli tbe phrase "on Hie puss
age of Hie school site byluw'' rend
"ou the passage of the street by
law." Kicn the fact lhat the prusenl
Central school is situated un i<'iiiirtli
slreet and Chesterfield sliuulil mil lune
misled readers into tlte belief tbat the
possible conversion of a school situ
iuto a city hall site was dependent
upon any "slroet" bylaw, even if thr
Hindi discussed fourth street were in
volved.
In order In place before ralupayers,
however, an euet statement of the
policy of Hie scliutd buard in this con
iiectioii, tu'leen is the leller in full li
.'ciicS hy tliu eouueil ami read uu
Me,ii.Ini nigbt:
"With reference to Ihe join! con
iui,I,..' of the lity council and the
Hiniiii of Bchool Trustee! held in tbu
cuuucil chamber on the evening of 0.
tuber .'nil', in connection with now
siliuiil site, a ii'.iiiiiiieiii in accordance
wilb the uiuiui iiiii.iiii|.' tbeu arrivad
at ban been regularly passed by the
Hum.I. uf wlii.li I am Instructed tu ud
vise yuu, vi/., thai subject In the
passage uf tlie I16,lkiu loan l,y luw ami
the elue acquirement uf nuilalilu site
and new Central scbnol bouse written
intimation be given tliu city council
ripressitig assurance uf llie Hoard's
willingness tu relinquish lhe (listing
Central scbnol site ami buildings lu lbe
cily when no longer required fur schoul
purposes, ami of tbeir inliueiice lieing
used wilh the Lieutenant (luveriiur in
Council lu .'ii-iiii' thai the pruperty
will ui.iuuu lo be thereafter vested
in the cily fur sucb purpuses as lhe
council may require."
The rcasun fur thc aduplioti of the
pulicy thus indicated lies in lbe lung
fill inadequacy uf the classroom uitoiii
modation at lhe Central icbuul, where
overcrowding has prevailed to surd an
silent as lo become a serious problem,
nor can Ibis possibly be uvercumc by
further elteuslooi lu the building while
it continues in actual use. Neither
tiou the Ininli.I area of the grouuds
iiiiiiiini   Die erection  of a  large and
iinni. ttent'u ine reason ror ueciuiug
to relinquish tbe properly In questiou,
as set forth iu the latter referred to,
wbicb is lit accordance with tin pro-
viBlons of tbo )Jit|ilic Schools Act au
tbiiri/iiig tbe disposal of "any proper:
ly not required, nr which lias ceasei)
to he used fur school' purposes, ur
which it may be eonaidered advisable
to dispose of."    (Sec. 188).
B. C. Gazette
(lis honor llm Lieutenant Oovurtior-
ui Cuuucil has been pleased to mutte tbo
inll'i.'.iii!' appointments; i
To be ,lustIces iif tlie Peace:
Joseph Kruncis White nf Sail Josef
flay.
>. in. .in M Hcribner of Ocean Calls.
Kdward Herman Me lliiil,- of tbu city
uf Now Wesliniiisler.
Frederick HuuglaH Hiucbiir uf Clover-
dale, to bo a curium! I'ur thu pruviuce
nf Hritisb Ciiliiiiibiu.
T, Howard .Ismleiopi M.H., tu he
Meilicul lieullli officer ut Ocean Pulls'
llulil the Isl iluy of Ht'i'i'llilmr, 11I1L'
Alfrcel l.t'slie i run. jit on i Imll. to bu
n clerk in tlie treasury department frum
Hie Isl <lay uf July, III 12.
Jumes Kilguwnrlli Durum! In he n
clerk iu Ibe audi! ulliee frum the Il'IIi
day of November, lllll
Certificates hi Incorporation have
been given lu tlie fullnwiug cuiupunies:
Huiiie.. I.U111I i'uinpuny, Ltd.; Ruildera'
Supply l'u. Mil.1 Cariboo I'uwer Cum
pany, Limited! Partners' International
Luan Company, Ltd.; Purest Mills uf
Hrilish 1 uliuul.1,1 Clll ; Franco-English
Delicatessen Cumpiiny, I,I,I.; Hold tic
curitifs, Ltd.; Ureal Wesl Lithograph
Co. Ltd.; li.. u.'i Liquor ('0. Llil.;
I.uiiili Lumber l'u. Llil.; Murtitis Ltd.;
Mount Ida Mining uml Development
t'u. Ltd.; Overseas Securities Ltd.; I'u
uiiii' I'uast Packing Cuinpany Llil.
il will pay you lu visit uur market
Priday umi Saturday. Hoinelhiug
doing,   li. C. Markut Co., I'M Lonsdule
Empire Theatre
North Vancouvsr
Under New Management
This Tlu uir. will bu devoted tu till'
enlertuiiinieiit uf the public by the ex
lul .iuu, uf .'.l.ul. ..ui,1 ami elevating
pictures ami slmws, accompanied by
gumi music ami illuslratcd sungs The
new manager lias cuiineiiiuus with the
luuving picture business iu Vancouver
am! alsu iu Vic^ria, ami bis Intention
is lu see lbat lliu public uf North Van
cuuver enjuy Hie best ])iuiu|iiiti ex
luiiiii,,!." that can he prucured . He
member tbe Kmpire prugram will In'
changed every ilay.
Admission: Adults IUc, children fie
Open etchings, 6:30 lu II; Saturday
and  Holiday  Malineea, I to IS. ill) 12
CHURCH NOTICES
MIHTll   I isi 111 ll ll
at. AaSrsw's l',..U,l.,l»u (buret,
Kellli Huad—flervlcee: Morning, 11:00:
• veiling. 7:10 Aliull illlile Clusi, 1:10
Sunday Bchool. IIO T P. 8. 0. B., Tueaday, al S |t in Prayer Meeting, Wed-
needay, at S p. m Choir Practice.
Friday, at I y m Rev ilunald Macleod.
Minister
H.ihudi.i Ctartfe Curner uf l-i.Hi
and SI Oeurae. Sunday Services, 11:00
a. 111 and 7:10 y m Sunday Schuul anil
Hllili Cluflfl. 1:10 pm    Senior League.
'       THK  ATTKNTIIlN ul persmifl desiring lu vuli   ul   llie   lui llu uiiilna   Muui
clpal Klecllun |a hereby called U> Ihe rullo wing Information:
The roiletered Owner and tha realslared VviiiIib under Agreement fur
Hale Imiii have Ihe right lu hevs their nanus appear uu ih> Vufere List, hut
Hit rtgletered Owner alum ahall hav« Iba right tu vul* al any elecliun unlets
lla ur ahe on or befure llm day uf Klecllun hy willing uiui.i lite or her
hand nlad In Hit Ulrica ul ths undersigned. wbIvbb ui renounces IiIb or her
right to vole, In which caae lha Vendee shall lie siitllli'd lo vote provided
he ur ah» bu Ihs requlelle quallltcellulia ot a Voter.
According 10 a apeclal riaolullon ul Nurlh Vancuuver city Ferriea Limited
th> .|ut.llii, ailetiia of a lilm iui uf thai i'uinpany are now lbs same aa llioae
ul an Alderman uf ih« Clly uf Nurlh Vaneouver. Candldalae for lhal bust-
Hun mual Iw male llrtllah aiil,|.-.t« of lhe full Me "' lwt«l> "i"' yeara. whu
a"> nol dleuuelHM yndsr any law ana have been fur lhe pael all muni Iih
neal prtctdlng tbe day uf nuinlnatluti Ihe registered ownera In Hib Land
Registry Oftee of land or real properly In the city of Nurlh yancouver of
lbe ■u.iirl vbIui, In Ihs laal Municipal Aaaessment Hull uf Uve llundml
i|S00) Dullara or more over and above any registered Judgment ur charge
and wbo are eiherwlae qualified aa Municipal Villus
The voting tbia year le by Wards, of wbleh lbe following are Ihe boun
darlaa
Ward I    On ibe Baal Jones end Mehun Avenues, un Ihe Smith, Nurlh and
Weel Oily Buundarlea
Ward I—On Ua North Keilb Huad. on tbe Weet Mahun Avenue, on the Kae!
Lonsdele Avenoe, on Ibe gouth Die aouthern boundary of Ihe Clly.
Ward 1    on tbe Norlh Kellh Hoad, on Ihe Kaet Bt. Andrew'a Avenue, on
Ibe suulli  Ihe soalhern boundary of Ihe City, un Ihe Weal Lonadale
Avenue.
Ward 1    un lbe Norlb Keilb Hoad, on Ihe auulb lbs aouthern boundary of
lbs Cily, un Ihe Weal Bt   Andrew's Avenue, un  the Leal,  Clly
Bouudary.
Ward (.011 lha Bouth Kellli Hoad. un tbe Weel Bl. (leorge's Avenue, un the
North Ud on Ihe Keel Clly boundaries
Ward I    un Ike Norlh Clly boundary, on Ihe smith Keith Road, un tbe eaei
It. George's Avenue, on Ibe Weal Junee Avenue
A Candidate for the representation of a Ward need nol be a Voter In
lhal Ward eo long u be poseesaea Ihe other quallllcalloiie fur an Aldrriiiuii
uf ths Clly.
No Ki' iior ahall be entitled to vote In more than one Ward A resident
elector sliull vote In lbe Ward In wbleh he or She resides A non-resident
• lector ehall Vole lo the Ward In which be ur she owns lbs largest ainuuul
uf properly.   The voting place fur all Wards le the city JJell
tiewet W-^gMh. .ftSKjJjW 0* « "» "" «•»>
Norlli Vancouver ob I
llll
V tatW wiSHren—ituruei »*•»>»
ad , Boulevard. Sunday Services:
rnlng Prayer. It a.m.; Sunday
tool 1:10 p.m.; Evening Prayer, 7:10
p.m. Holy communlun, jlrst and third
Sundays In month, at If a.m-i second
Bunday In month, 8 a. in. Rev. Samuel
Fea, M.A   Vicar.
SalvBtluu Ami—Lonsdsls AvsnUe
Sunday services, 11:00 a.m., 8 p.m and
iill p. m, Tuesday, I p. m-i Thursday,
p.m. Children's Service, Wednesday,
p.m.
Hapllsl Cbnrek—Twelfth \un.l Bt.
Qeorge,   Servicea at 11 a.m. and 7ill)
ll. m. Hiiiuliiy H.elimil uml Hllili! CIiiiih
at 1:80 p.m. Prayer and Praise Service.
Wednesday at I p. in Paator, Itev. A.
.1. Proaser, Twelfth and St Qeoras,
II. Jnbu tbe Bvaugellel, Eighth mnl
Thlrteenlb. Holy llouiinuiilon, I a. in.
Morning Prayer, 11 u.in. Evening
Prayer, V.U p. m. On the llret Sunday
In the uiiiiilii there will be a aeuond
celebration of the Huly communion
Ut II a. ni.   Rector, Rev. Huth Hooper
HI.   Killiilllld'a   C.lbnlle  VkUieb, Sixth
and Mahon Avenue. Sunday—High
Muss and B iirnioii. 10 a. in. Bunday
Bchool, 9:80 p, m. ' Rosary und Benediction, 7:80 |i. 111. Friday—Luw Muss,
Poster,   Hbv.  .).  A,  Budurd,
IB
Icilluld Avenue,;perjiueBi ntum.,., .1
e.m.i WednesdsU 1:00 p.m.; Sunday
School. ,dlMJ ejA).
NOBTH |.0«HB4W«
II,   f>ISQaas|sa-^« :0i> „ sS-ga   11:00
}:0tl and IW p.m.   t- % Perrln,
Priest In charge.
tf,
* Preabrterlan CnureH-Sundays, tt
a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Bunday Schoul and
Bill io Class, 8:f0 p. m. Teachers' Train-
Prayer
IP
Tni  liliiso.   Wutlneiidiiy.   V.U.    .
Meeting,   Wednesday,   «   p.m.,   |»ya'
Club, Thursday, 7:80 p.m.   Choir Practice, Priday, I p.m.   H. Van Munstsr,
M. A., paalor.
■    J.VNII VAM'WV
I'reslDterliin dusrKll—Woialil^ Su|«-
dayi' It   a. tn- end ]   11.111.    Bujday
School, l:l( p.m.   Pastor, Rev.
Aulay.
A. Muu-
Cllnrel-Worsblp,    Sun-
. mid 7:00 p.m.   Sunday
p.m.    Pastor,  llev,  <i
lUltietillflt
days, 11 a. rr
School, 8:16
Fukelpy.
■ri rteuieut'B. t.yaa Vallej-
11 a in. "unduy Scliuol 5.S0 um. Unci'-
■unu 7 00 pm Holy Communion aeoiind
Siiml'iy In munth ut 11-00 nm. Normal'
J, TluiniiButi 111 eliargt-.
-Mutlns.i,
,1   Cvclt-
W. AUWIN
N,
era.
CHRISTMAS GIFTS
Ars rsndsred more acceptable from tho fact that they are iishful.
SBB our large lines of Housefitriilshiiigs and Cooking Utensils In Aluminum, Nickel and Qranitowiire.
Front now until Christmas we will give FEEB to every persou buying
a stove, range or beater for cash, tlieir choice of any cooking utensils
iu the store, to tbe value of 10 per ceut. of the price of stove purchased,
provided the buyer has ill their possession a copy of this ad.
D. McNAIRNIE
THE SATISFAOTOBV HAEDWABB
16th and Lonadale NOETH YANOOUVEB
Phone :i6'd
Seasonable Goods at
DesBrisays
Apples, per box  $1-60, 11.76 and 18.00
Oranges, per doscu     * 20c, 30c aud tOc,
Orsugee, Japs, per boi   Ue
Lemons, per doien  30c
Bananas, psr doien  uOc
Walnuts, ilueet, per III  ■'-**
Waluuta, good ..  .  .   ,,    - Ihs. for 36c
Hi.wil   Nute,   finest,  per  lb IAe
Ourrautu, shade dried VostiriaB, 2 IbB. for  86c
1 :.uiui,i". shads dried Vostlssss, 1 lb. pkta. each         16c
t.'. nunc   good i| 11:.Iny, 2 pkts. for 2tc
11. i'ii... 2 lbs. for    ..'...86c
Bslaliia, 3 pkts. for         -be
Sulttuas, 3 pkts. for  86c
Muscstel Baislus, finest quality, per lb 36c
Muscatel Baislns, good quality, per Ib 86c
Figs, finest Ubic, per Ib 86c
Figs, cooling, 3 His. for   86c
J'runjai beef 8 lbs. for 26c, smaller fruit 3 lbs for 26c and 1 lbs. for 26c
Dst'es, bull, per lb 10c
Dates, in pkts. 2 for  86c
Butter, line quality Oreaiuory, 3 lbs. fur 11.00
Tea, our special, 3 lbs. for 11.00
c.iilii'. in..' ui.,..ny        36c per lb., 3 lbs. for 11.00
Cult eu. Iniiuii. delicious for breakfast or after dinner, per Ib. ... SOc
1 Bptces, Essences, Shelled Walnuts and Almonds
You cuu ulways depend on getting good value for your money at
DesBrisay Jobbing Co.
OOBNBB FOUBTH AND LONBIMLE
HARDWARK
Jhone 297
GROCERIES
Your Xmas Gift
One of our Suits or Overcoats would make liim a uaeful
and satisfying gift.
Our Clothing is made from the hesl materials procurable
and tailored hy men who know how.
We want to show you the quality of our Clothing and we
Will be pleased to have you call whelher you buy or not.
BENNETT BROS.
ft
37 Lonidale Avt,
The N. V. Home of Campbell'i Clothing.
—•
mmm^ VVSfUU t
v/v/4julji •
GREAT WEST SAND & GRAVEL
COMPANY, UMITED
DEALERS Iff
Ml KINPS OF BUILDING MATERIAL
ini mi
Oice: 68 Lonadalo Avenue,,
North Vancouver,, B. 0.
Plwna 198.
Bunkers, Wharf and WgrtlUHW,
St. Qeorge and Esplanade.
- Phona |78. •
RENTALS
Keep Your Eye or
Our RENT CARD
Wu lune' huuses lu runt ut llll pi'lucs, uml Iii every |iiul uf lliu ulty;
alsu guild business Simula ul low icumin
We uru u|u, i„ii.nt... in    ...... in    iiiiini |i|-ii|iui'||es fur iiulil resident
und uul nf ne". ei uv iui.. ilur etuluiueiilu unit i-ciiilltiiiii'cs uro sent
promptly every  miiolh  unit,  und  nu deluil  ui  ibis H|utinl  cluss nf
Sei'VlCU   ' . ' u|ii :     UUI'   ulli llliull
HUTCHISON, COMPSTON & CO.
511 l.iiMHiIuIr Aveuuv
iu:m vi. si'lif mi ivih
I'iiuii.'  'fib
Norlb Vminmvrr
North Vancouver Business
and Professional Cards
CONTEAOTOBH
Ik-ituliJiiK. Remodelling;, Klc., 1'iunipt
ly   ult|:l)ili;(T   lu
K«l (lllUt CH    I1'i, Hi 1 >li> 11     hn
J. W. BAKER
'     hi ilium: iii\thai iiih
Otftce: iii. i.iiuu'ii St Sun's Factory, Ul-
Plans.de   I'liune  HI
ilesidciiee:   Allun   Ituud,  Lynn   Vulley.
I'. 0. Uus it. Lynn Cruuh.  Pbunu
Me-'i      .
'   NORMAN WILSON
Buildiug Cuui,,!, nu
All t-luttiius uf bouses un it slure build
lugs, ullicu ftktures, elc.
Iild tilth Street   V.
' .Norllr  Vancouver, 11. c.
Bit I'uii'tlur Bl. W.        i'lione Buy. !!«!!!
CIVIL  ENOINBBBB
HOUSE l'AINTINU, KALBOHININQ
AND  PAPEBHANQINO
For First class Work see
ANDREW WALKER
131 lit i uiul Street, near Lousdale
P. 0. Box 2111
l'UOTOUEAPHEBS
CARBUTT
Studio   over   Huni.   B. N. A.
I.onsdale end Kspluiade
TINSMITHS
ANGUS J. CAMERON
A.M.I.K. A B.
CIVII, ENGINEER
Irrigation, drainage, lovide, plane
and specifications. Septic tauhs and
hnuse drainage u speoiulty. 1'. I).
Il.n 344, Hiili 'street wed ol llewicke
Avonue.
N.V. Tinning & Sheet Metal Worki
First Btreet But of Lonsdsls
Luiiest prices ami lies! work gitaran
teed un tinning uud shed metal wurk.
BAW F1LEBB
CABINETMAKERS
W. NIELD
Oablnst Maksr snd Osrpsnttr
Will iimlurlultc sll kinds uf wuud wurk,
r ie | uii.-   etc.
Fourth Strsst snd Butharlaud Avsnus
P. 0. Boa awa
NOBTH VANCOUVKB
T&hAynes
1WH  Lonsdale Avenue, Nortb
t
Vaueouver
Cabinet  maker, picture frauier ami
jubliiiig mirk ami repairs uf all kinds.
Hosigus and ettimales subuiiltcd. Kur
iniiin  buugbt, suld ami repaired. I'liune
*».!47.
UBODEKS
J. H. ENGLISH
, 0. K. UBOOEH
And eel,, ml i uiuiiiifMuii I.t. i. Imiii
'onsfale Ave., Norlh Vancouter.
Pbons 324
BAW FILEB AND OBINDEB
i
Ail (.nuiii uf raws iHeil ami set uu tbu
sburtcsl nulicc I/uiin mowers, kniics,
hetlge shears and si lasers sharpened All
wurk uuin.iiiiii-I iii.iileiiit! prices.
D. DOWIE
IUI Lonsdale Aveuue Phona Bit
WATt.'HMAKEBM
Is yuur Wul,I, slupping ur Keen ig
irregular timet   if su, sea
A. J. HOOD
i'iuueer Jeweller, t'l l.uusilale Avenue.
l.ynn Valley Temperance Hotel
Nortb Vincouver
tin tin- car line. Ituum ami buard
ituuil accuiiiiiiuduliuu fui uurkiug meu
Coutrarlor'i men lulieii. Single meals
ISli! II   KABTCll'IT, 1'rupnetur
It will pay you to put a card in thii column
To each customer making a cash purchase of 96.00 or ovsr-aaa*
weak ws will present a large bottls of Bupaau's Pickles, wbicb means
tka beast tblug for your Xmm dinner. Come bars for yuur Imaa sup
| piles, you will bs aurs ol getting tka bast, aud uot bs dlsappoiutad'
Witk your Xmu cooking by uaiug old stock. Tba usw stock casta uo
mors, ws glvs full weight iud quick delivery.
Csll ind see our lines of Xmu goods, ws bavs tka agencies of tka
bsat ou Uie tuirkot In Crystallised Trulls, Fruit lililm, Xmu. Oakssi
Balalus, Currants, Pasts, Oranges aad Apples, tka vary bait grown; a
las assortment of (landless aud Nuts, Aaubsniss, Orspss, Cirr's asd
McFirline, Lsng Bngllib BUculU, alao all kinds ofmsat sauces, Oliver
"Pack" Harb-ou and Orsaa Psu la glsss, "Halna" Ooodi aud aU
kinds of Prsssrved tud Csunsd Vsgsublss snd Frulta,
NORTH SHORE GROCERY
Utk aad Lonadala
mrmn   —mm.   mrwm—mmnw
1. W. BBBIV
PkonaS47
Bts-fiAW W, 'in
A Ill-I.Aiv fo enable the Coriioiolluu
uf Ike lily uf Nui-ili Vaueouver to
Juuruulee tlie iiujnicul nf flebeulurcs
u be Issued by Ibe Niirlb Y»ueuu\er
II)   Perrle*  l.ltulleil,  tu tbt elleut
tf Slla.Olin md Inlereal lli.-r.-ui..
WHBBBA8 the Nurtb Vancuuvur
Clly Ferries I.lnilteil, buiulnufler referreil to us the Company, u (furry
comnuiiy having wurlts cunstructed
iiarl/y wltbln unil partly without the
llmlia ul lbe Coriiur'nilon uf the City
uf North Vancouver, (heiulniifler ru-
furred to ue the C'|ty), |iro|iuses lu Iaaue
deliuiuurus, puyuble In forty yuurs
from the dute un whlcb tbe liy-luw
takes effect, bearing Intercut ul lbe
rate of live per cent. |ier uiinuni tu lie
secured iib in i, iii.ijiei' mentioned fur
the sum uf 1)13,000 fur lbe iiurpusu ful
ImvliiK, lhat Is to say:
To tuke up und cancel an lesuu of
Huiii ilium,    uf    lbe    Cuiuiium     ul    ih,
umuunl of unu llunilicil unil Twenty-
Bight Thuu umi tII88,0001 dulluis Issued i.iniiii.tiii lu By-luw No. 83 uf tbu
City, imu, :., iiniuii. iu the North Vuncuuver Perry Aid By-luw Vulliliilluii
Act, 1010, sued dobenturea'beliiK already i,ii,ii.mi,uil by lite Clly uurauunl
tu the  iuui lnl,,in. uf suld By-luw;
ANIl WIIKHBAB llie Cuni|iuny bus
Lum lu the Clly lu i ii.n.in,,,. ihu
im) in, nl uf suld il.■In-Mum, in,'Iiuiiii,:
Interesl. us ufuresuld. uml II Is deemed
■ ..I" -il' i.i Ibul thu Cliv sliuiilil comply
Willi Blieh retiuesl, siilijeel lu llle lul'ms
and    "iui 11 iuu..   lu i, luiiiii i|   , .,.,,.,, i
TIIBHKFOIII'i the Muyur uiul Alderman uf Ihu Clly, In Cuuncll assembled, wllh thu in ..ini uf lhe Clcclum
uf Ihu suld Clly duly uliiuliieil, timet
us fulluws:
I. The Council of the City Is lu.-ii.-lij
uiiuii lied  uu   in hull   uf  iin.'  CHy   |i,
; uui. ui. i thu in...uu i.i uf Uie principal and im. ii. ' uf the suld deben-
tui'us tu bu Issued hy ilic Coinpuny fur
Die I'lii'i'u... .ii,,,, n.ii.i um) payuble
as ufiiiusiild. the I'Hiuii'.ii ul
Sllld ilubelllui-es uul lu eXcuutl tile sum
uf 1113.000. anil sume tu bear Internal
ul the rute uf (Ivu pui- centum per annum, uml  the sultl Council is lieretij
■ i.ii ■ ■ ' i ■ ■ i tu .uii,..: i the elocution
uf sultl iiuui.uuiu liy thtt Mayur and
Ihu ''leiIt uf Iho City anil tliu uiu it.
uf the Cui'iiui'iile Beul nf the City lu
such i i.ui.nn,u The suld Pebeniurct
sliull hu subjeel  lu Ihu ciindltlun  lliul
uu future Issue of.debentures it .i
by ihu Coinimny stiull runli In nrforlty
ami unly thust- uuaialileetl liy the ull)
shall rank inul iiuesu with snitl ilt-lun-
i'i).     t'.iil.e.iii   thu cunselil of the t'lly
3. Tlie suld i.u,ii,inuu nliull be con*
i.iiiul..1 hy untliil-selllellt ivrlliell ur
iu ii.i. 'I uli the buck uf euch' uf tbu saltl
debentures, tu the fulluwiiin effect
namely:
"The  Ciiiiiurulliin  nf  lliu  Clly   uf
Nurth   Vuncuuvei'   nuuiuiitees     llie
within .ii I.. iiiui, us In prlnclpul uud
interest liy virtue uf the Kerry 1m-
1 i "i. in, nn.   Aid   Hi-I.u ii     1013.   Nil
1 iif sultl Cur|iui-iilfuit":
unit   Uie  suhl  endorsement   shall   be
ttluiietl l,v lhe Mayor and Clerk uf lhe
citv   and    ...iii.i   willi   Itu-   Corporuie
Seul uf Ihe City.
8 Interest coupons shull lie uitueli-
etl iu eacb uf the suld debentures,and
there shull tie uu endorsement un lliu
buck uf each Inlerest cuu|tun lu tbe
fulluwiug ufTect. namelyi
'itu,nuiii...t by tbe C|iy uf Nurlh
Vuneuuver:"'
And the suld endoraemenl Bbull lie
signed hy the Muyur uf the Clly Sueb
signature may be written, stamped,
printed ur llllllll im l."l
t      Hifuii    tile   , iiiii,mli,    uulliui I.:, ,,
by ilils By-luw la given, u Trust Deed
approved by the Cuuncll uf Ihu Gli)
snail bu executed by the Company
uliurging uli the property und ussels uf
itu.' e "i..i .i. ...I, unit future, nnt]
tin uiu.ill. il ..t|.Uul If any. with llie
ui.ii.. ui iif tlie principle] uml Inlereal
eif .uui.I debentures, unu ulsu an uuiee-
lut'lil   between   the  Ctilnituliy   uml   the
City n.ilinl. it   tu Ihu r.uii.. il uf Ibr
city ui.iuii.m, .I, i, u,in i.i hy the Company   lu  IHO   ue ml  uniiu.illi   eliillui:   llu
currency of sultl ilelieiituiee mentioned
In Seulluti "in hereof, the sum of
IJteSOOO. Iu'Iiik the aciuliitiiiii.il Interest uu sultl ile!" niui'.' and ul" dur
Ing the currency uf suld debentures
lu pluee in u chartered Bunk iiiniii.ill
tbe sum uf IH'i'ie mi lu pruvlde u sink
lug fund fur lbc nili'iiipilnii uf sultl
j. I,. nuiii s and alsu cuntuliiluu agreement Ibul In the event uf fullure by
the Cumpuny lu pruvlde the said sums
fur Interest and sinking' fund, sunn-
may frum lime lu Hint, be pruvlded by
Ihe City und In Ihul event thul the
Ciiiniiuny will Issue lu the Clly for
und In respeel ot such sum or sums
us may he pruvlded by lhe Cliv, uu
. uuii.ii. ui uuu.uut ill fully paid slimes
uf lhe cupilul stuck uf the Company
6 The rnrrylllg Into effect uf Ihe
i.iii.i... ■■ uf lhe suld debentures sliull
be commenced wllhln twelve montlis
fiuin the date uf cuuilna Intu effect uf
this By-law uml shall be cuinpleled
within twenty-four months fnnu ond
ufler lbe suld dule ulld Ibis by-It*
Is pussed upun lhe express cumliltun
thai failure tu "lu.. 11. sucli lime Ilml'
shull lender the By-luw vuld.
< Aulburlly is lunl" graiited lu
the Cuuncll nl lhe City lu usscss unit
levy frum lime lu time tii.uit lbe win,It
rateable property within ihe City u sum
ur sums mitllt li nt lu discharge the
debl ur liability hereby authorised or
any purl or parts Ihereuf
1 This Uy-luw muy be cited for ull
purposes ua "The Kerry linpinvi-nu-nts
Aid llv.l.nw. i''i: Nu I."
8 This Hi Ii.n shull come Into effect on tin- .'i'l' duy of December. A IV
1813
fussed bv the Cnuiielluf Ihe city on
itu' Xlli day of Novi'iiibei. AH.  lut:
Itecelietl lbe asai-n! uf tin- Klcclnis
uf the Clly ul nn election luld fm  the
tiurptise  un   tlie
day uf
A I), lilt
lli.ulisl.lel.il        llelul'l.'l      Ulld      liU.lil|l
pussed III tlie Cuiiiicll of llle Clly. sinned by Ibe Muiui uiid t'lly Clerk uiul
seated with Ihe Curpurute Ntul uf thinly un Ibe
till)    uf
Afi   1113
NllTII'K TO LLUI TIIHS
TAKK NirTli'K Uiat the abuve, is a
Hue eupy at the priiuuscil By-law upuu
which ihe vute uf the Kleelurs uf the
Municipality uf lha city uf North Vancuuver will be taken within Ihe Cliy
flail. Nurlh Vancuuver. B ft, un Halurday. ibe Mih day uf December, 1813.
between    llu     llulllii    "I    1    "'. I", I.    ■' III
and  7 u'cluck  pm
W. ACHTIN BIIOWN.
Ctly I'lerk  and Kelurnllig QJfcir
I'I'UI.IC NUTII.'K la hereby/Iven lliul
llie vote uf lhc Kleelurs of Ihe i'lty
nf Nurlh yaneuuver will be lalien un
Ihe llth day of December. 1813. between lhe boure of 8 o'clock u m und
1 o'clock um. un 'The Kerry Improvements Aid Bylaw No 1/ und thai
Klllilii lhe clly Hull. Noilh Vaiuuuvei,
ft. and that W. Austin Bruwn. Clly
Clerk, haa been appointed Returning
Officer lu lake the vote uf such RISC'
lure wllh Ihe usual powers III that be-
W. AUSTIN BIUIWN, "
Clly Clerk.
ay-i.au> nu. tn
A U) -LAW le enable Sfcr iorpur.Hlu»
of tke I'lty at Nortk Vaeeouver lo
auaraoter tbe aliment at Ht-lteu-
lerrs lo be Issara by tke Nortb Vap-
routrt clly Frrrlri, l.lssllrl, le Ike
esieal al tltlim ,,i latettil
Ikereea.
WHBHKA8   tbe   Norlb   Vancuuver
Oily Ferrlu Idmlted. hereinafter re-
IC, met    |U   UB    .1111    '".',.     I'. i J J" I.. e  ..    HI    It."
sue ilehuiiiiireH payaule In forty yem-u
from the duy on ivlileli this Iiy-lnw
lakes .'iiiu I. In ui lm; iiii.I,'lit ut llie
raie uf iiiu pei- cent, per annum, tu
Iiii secured us heruluiiftur mentlulied,
fur file sum uf 1137,000 fur the purpuse
rul|ow|i)g
"Kur  lhe  cuiislrueliun  of  ■  pew
and muilern furry sleamer, with shpl
hull, fui- the service of lhe Ooin-
puny lieliiei'ii tlie suld t'lly uf North
vuneuiiiei- ond tbe City of Vuncouvur."
AND WHI8KBA8 Ihe Compuny bus
ruqiicatiid thp City tu guul'aniee llui
pui null i uf sold debentures, imi ml
Ing Inieresl, aa oforesiild, und n la
deemed expedient Ihut the City shuuld
e'leiiii'i. with such ruquusl. subject lo
llie terms ami conditions hereinafter
expressed;
THI'lltKf'OltlS lhe Mayor ond Aldermen uf Llle City In council assembled,
willi the ussenl of lbe Bleetprs uf Ihe
suld Cily duly ublalned, KNA.'.T us
tulln we—
1. The Council of the City Is hereby
authorised tin behalf uf the City to
guarantee 'be payment of tbo principal and ini''i m.i of tho suid deliun-
lutes tu be Issued by the Cuinimny fur
the pui'iiiise iifuresiild, and puyublu
us nfuresuld, lliu principal of suld
'lulu-mures nut tu exceed tlio sum nf
8137,000. ntul same to beur Inieiesi ul
the rate of five per cunlum per unnum.
unit lhe suld Cuuncll Ib hereby urupiiw-
ured lu authorise tho uxocutlon of said
giiui-iinleti liy the Mayor und the Clerk
uf Ihu Cliv inul Ihtt uin .lm uf the
Ciii-pui'sle Heal uf Die Clly 'tu sueb
uiiai-aiilci.'. The snld ilfhcnturcH .lull
bit subject lu tlio i "iniliii'ii Hint no
fuliire Issue of debentures issued by
the i'iiuii.in null innk In ri imu.
inul only tiuiHc ituai'iintefil hy Ihu ''lit
shall rank "lunl passu" with suhl de-
tn iiiui.'.'. wlllliiiil Die consent nf Ihe
City.
2. The suld guarantee shall be con-
iiiiii.il  by  endoraemenl   written  pp
printed Oh the back of euch of the
snld delientiii't'S lo lliu following effect,
iiuinely:—
"Thu Corporation of ths City of
Nortli   Vancouver  guarantees   Die
u.Iiiiii    ileliellllll-i.-    iis    tu    |i|-|m.-l|)ill
iiiiii   Inlerest   by   virtue   nf   "The
Ferry   Improvements  Aid  By-law.
IBII. No.  3. of snld  Corporation.
And   ttie   suhl   endorsement   shall   tie
aluiied In- itie Mayor anil Clerk of the
i'llv  ami   sealed   ulth   Die  Corporale
Seal nf ihe Clly.
3. Inlerest euiipoiis shull tie attached tu each of the said debentures, and
lliei-c Hhull lie an endorsement on Die
back of each Interesl coupon to Die
fullowlng effect, namely:-*-     ,
"guaranteed by tbe City of
North Vuncouvel-."
Ami the said , ii.ii.i u in, ni ih,,ii bt.
signed liV the Mayor of Die Clly. Sueh
, i..11■ 11 inni' be written, stamped,
printed ur lli'liutiruphod.
f   Before ihe guorabt luthortsed
by ihis By-law Is given, u Trust Duet!
unproved by the Cuuncll uf thu city
stiull be executed by Die Company
churning ul] lhe property unit assets
uf Die Cnuiiuini nnd Ita unculletl eiinl-
lul. If uny, nilh Die paymenl of Ihc
principal unit Internet uf suid debentures, nnd also mi agreement lie-
tivi'i'ii the Company ami the city satisfactory In llle ColinolHof the Clly,
containing ugrusmeni by ihe Cumpany
lo pay semi-annually during tint cur-
I'cnci ut suld debentures ineiitluneil In
Set liuu une hereof lhe stun nf I.l. 125 00
lieing the semi-annual Interest un said
debentures, nud also diirliiK the currency of sultl debentures to pluee lu u
chartered bunk unnuully lhe sum uf
!IC20:ir> In provide n ini.in fund fin
lbe redemption of sultl debentures,
eiiul ulso containing agi-eemeiil thai in
ihe event of failure by Die Company
lu provide the sulti sums for interest
tnd ■ iiii.ii,   fumr siiiiii' may frum lime
In   lime   III'   provided   hy   Die   Clly.   Ulld
Iii Unit eveiil ihul lbe Company will
issue Iii Die Cliv foi- uiiii ii) resiled nf
ilie sum or sums us muy In- provided
In- ihe eily un ■'liiinil. m amount In
fn llv imiii shares uf the capital stuelt
nf the Company.
"inn ut,un    w.iiii..   iwoMiy-.ui..    uuiu.ut,
from the egld date; and tills By-law
Is pussed upon llm express condition
that lullum iu observe suo|i lime llmil
Hhull render tho By-law void.
S. Authority Is horuhy gruntud lu
lhe Council of the Cliy Ip assess und
levy from' lime to time upon tho
whole rateable property within the
city g sum or sums sufficient to discharge Dm debt or liability hereby mt
iliurl;:.ul op Uny part or Parts thereof.
7.   By-law No. 202 of the City, bu-
ing "The Perry Improvement Aid By-
iiiiv. 1918," uiiiuil.-tl ulld Ilnully pussed
ly the Cpuncil of the City ou Uio Ihlr-
I'uiiiii .iut' of May, A.a, 1818, |e hereby 'repealed.
. Thie By-law muy be c|lod for all
purposes us "The perry Improvements
Aid By-Law, 1913, No. 8,"  '
9. This'By-law shall come Into effect mi the Itth day ui' December, A.
n., 19)8.
Passed by the Cqunoll of the C|ty of
Norlh Vuncouver on the 9Btb day of
November,   .Mi,   IIIC:.
Received tbe assent of tlio Binders
of the clly ul un elecliun buld fur the
liiiriinse on Ibe
day of
A.p., 1918.
lli'i-iiniililei'eil, niliii.it..I, and Ilnully
pul; e .i by the Cuuncll uf tho City, signed hy the Muyor nnd City Clurk nnd
; uui. u with the Curpurute Beul nf the
Clly on the
day of
A.P.. 1818.
NtlTICB  TO  BLBf Ttlllff
T.M, K NUTICD ibul Ihe ubove Is a
truo copy of thu proposed lly-law upon
whieh ihc vote ilf the Bleclois of Ihe
Muillelpullly of Die clly of Norlli Vuncouvel- will he i.il.. ii wliiiln tliu City
Dull, Nortb Vancouver, B. P., on Hul -
urday. the lllh duy of Dueumhet'. I iii'i.
botween the hours uf II n'cloclt am
und 7 u'cluck P.m.
W. AUSTIN BBOWN,
City Clerk and Bel timing Oltlcer.
I'tlBLIC NOTICK ll hereby given
Ihul Die vute of the Electors of Die
City of North Vancouver ivlll be lakeii
nn Ihe lllh day of December, 1912. he-
Iwuen lha hours of 0 o'clock am. un.l
7 o'clock p.m., oll "The Kerry Improvements Aid By-law. No. 2. uml
that wllhln the (Sty llall. Noilh Vancouver. B. ti.. and ilml w, Atislln
Brown, Clly Clurk. bus bean appnliileil
Hut tuning Officer lu laid.- the Vule of
sucli i-iieu em.; with Die usual powers lu
thni behalf.
By Order of lhe Council,
WM.  McNKISII,
Mayor.
W.   AI'STIN   BIIOWN.
cliy Clurk.
gy-MW W-»)?
* 'Jv;i'*^.,» VWillLVmttltln.*
„t (he Pits pt Norlb yagmstr to
auaruniee tke pirweal ot Debeatpras
to liehBued by tbe Nortb vanoouver
cn..   Ferries Limited, io lbc eiteul
of 1^11,01111 und luteresl tbereon.
uiii'iiii'iAH tp. North Vancouver
City Ferries Limited, hei-elnafloi- re-
I't-rred to us the Cumpany, a Kerry
Compuny baying works curistrucled
iuh Uy within und partly without the
limits of the Corpuratlon of the CHy
of North Vancuuver, (hnreinufter referred to as the Olty), proposes to Issue debentures payaulu In forty yeare
uuin tbo day of which this By-law
takes effect hearing Interest at tbe
rate ot Ave per cent, per milium, lo
bo uu, ut- il as herelnufler iuent|uned,
fur tliu sum uf 130,000 fur tho purpose
following:
For construction of Terminal aocom-
iii...t.iiinii fur imiii Kerry Company.
Continued op Page 14
CANADIAN
Pacific
The Scenic Highway
Acruas Ihe iUniliieui
Through tickets tu uH'iiarts nf the
iniilil ut lowest rates.
The pnpulut- inuii  lu the
Old   I nliull!,
Hawaii,
Australia,
Alaska,
Cblna, aud
Japan.
Thu must up-to-dats iruin Bervlce
between Vuncuuver uud thu Bust.
Kur rules, i-cscrvutluns and all
llllillll Inlunu, iiiun upply lo .1.
MOM. i'ily i'lissenger Agent, 181
Hastings St. ur II W. BROP1E,
DIVA., Vuncuuver.
We have some good, inside buys;
also good acreage listings Lynn
Valley Sub-division.
fl I^et us quote you rates on Fire, U(e and Accident
INSURANCE
McMillan & reid
I'Iioiiu 434,
It) LONSDALE AVENUK
Wm
A Sale of Semi-Ready
TAILORING
MEANS MORE THAN
THE ORDINARY SALE
We have explained to you why we
are selling Semi-Ready Clothes, right
in the middle of the season, at prices
considerably lower than the standard
label prices. We are moving shortly
to a liner, larger store, higher up the
street, in the old Mason & Risch store.
Better Not Delay-Come to tbe Old Address-519 Granville St.
THOMAS & McBAIN
SEMI-READY TAILORING
Sole Agenti for Vancouver
IL
I
, ■
I
\ •
•-  ™ ---P and
ll
a, Innlutlluir
I   |U llttlllllilil
Id  iuii,l|il'.
the terma
TmBWOBH the miai -,,., ..,.-.
mall q( the Olty In Council aauinhlad,
With tha aaaetit of lhe Eleotora of the
aald pity duly obtained, enact aa fulluwa;
|| The Council of tha Oily la hereby
nuthorliod on behalf of tha Olty to
guarantee ilm payment of Ihe principal and Intereat of tha aald debenture
io be leaued br the Cumpany fur Iba
purpoae aforeaald, and payable aa
aforeaald, ihe principal of aald dobenturea not to exceed the aum of 119,000
and aume lo bear Intereat at the rate
uf live par centum per annum, and Ibe
aald Council la hereby empowered lu
anthorlie tha eieoutlon of auld guarantee by the Mayor and the
Clerk uf the City and the
ufflnlng of the Corporate Real of
Die Clly to auch guarantee. Thu auld
debenlurea Ihall be aubject to tba condition that no further laaua at debenture! iDmiitil by the Company ahall rank
In priority and only thnaa guaranteed
by tha City ahall rank pari paaau with
aald debenlurea without the cuneent
uf lha City.
I. The laid guarantae ahall ba con-
atltutad by endoraemenl written or
in lined on lbe bauk of each of the auld
debenlurea lo the following effect,
nimilyi
'"Jhe Corporallon uf the City of
North Vanoouver guarantee! the
within diibeniurue ua lo principal ami
Intern! by virtue ul "The Firry Ini-
priivenieiila Aid lly-lim,  1 It 1 il. No. I,
^^^^      ituraa aa to pr
lntereit by virtue ol "The
proyenianli Aid ny-'
ot Bald Corporation,
and the aald endoraemenl ahall lie iluu-
ad by  the Mayor and Clerk  uf the
--'-'  wllh  the Corporale
CRir"'»nii "lealed
Seal of Ihe City.
1. Intereil coupone ahall be attached
tu each uf the laid debenlurea, and
there ihall be an enduraement nn llie
hack of each lnlereit cuupon to the
following effect, iiumely:
"Guaranteed   by   tlie  City  nf Nurth
Vancuuver;"
and the laid ondoriement ahull bo elan
od   by  Ibe  Mayor  of  the  City.  Such
elgnuture   muy   be   written,   atumpeil,
printed ur lithographed.
I Before the guarantee authorised
by thie By-law ll given, a Truat Deed
unproved by the Council, uf Ihe City
• Lull he executed by the Cunipuny
charging all the property and aaaeti
ot lhe Company preBent and future, and
Ita uncalled capilal, tf any, wllh Ihe
payment of the principal and lntereit
ol euid debenlurea, and alao an agreement between the Company und tlie
City,    .ei ■!... i.n .  tu Ihe Cuuncll uf tlie
0|ty,   com      agreement   by   tlie
Company to pay leml-annually during
tlie .nn,nut or unlet ,1,1,.iiiiiiirn un in
(loned In Boctton une hereof, the aim
of 11,300, lielng llie lenil -unnuul Inter-
eat on Buld debenturei, inul alio
during the currency- uf aaid deben*
tines to place In a chartered Bank, annually llie Bum of |3u7 fill tu provide
a Bliiulng fund for the redemption of
uielel .li In iitiii.u und allu conialnlna
agreement that In tlie event uf failure
by the Compuny lo provide the aaid
■ e11111ee for iiiii ii ut und sinking fund,
same may from time to time be provided by tlie City for and In reipect of
the sum or luma ub may be provided
by (lie City an equivalent amount In
fully puld Mum i- uf tlie capital stuck
of the Company
6. The - uiiuii ii. linn of tlie suld work
io be - u,n.uii mt, ,i py the Cumpany as
•  ii imt e.ulil   nliull   tie   i mn in..nu.'il   uil lllll
twelve montlia from tbe dale of the
'Hiniiii Into effect of this By-law and
shall bo completed and In operation
wltliln twenty-four mnntlia from llie
said iiiiii' and this By-law Ib passed
upon (he exproBi condition that failure
lu observe luch time lllllll shall render the Bylaw void.
ii Authority la hereby granted to
Ihe Council uf the City lo uiiesa und
levy fruni time to time upon the wliule
rateable property wllhln Ihe City a
sum or ium aufflelent to dlicharge the
debt or liability hereby ntithnrlxed or
any part or parte thereuf.
7. This By-law may be cited fur all
purpuse! al "The Ferry Improvements
Aid   lly-l.aw.   1912,   No   3.  ''
I. 'ill:. By.law sliull come Into effect
on (lie I'lil. day ol December, A I),
tilt
I'usied by tho Council of the Clly
of Nortli Vancouver on llie ':■: ili duy ol
November, AD,  1911
Deceived the aasenl of Ihe  Kleelurs
of the City at an elactlon held fur the
pin-pose on the
day of
All. 1912.
ie.. uj....1.1.'i. .I .i.iuj.ii.i unit Ilnully
piiBBed by tlie Council of Ihe Clly, signed by the Muyor unit (''Ily Clerk and
Sealed with the i 'hi |"ii uiu Dual of llle
Ctly oil the
day of
A I     lllll.
NOTICB TII  ii.ii inns
TAKK NOTICK that the ubove Is a
t'lie copy of tiic leie.i u.'.i'il By-law ui'on
tt Iiinii. I he vole of Ine Elector! of the
Mm.i. ii.ulii;. of the i'lty of Nurth Vuncuiiver will Iw taken within the Ctly
Hull, Nortb Vuncuuver, B C,, on fiat-
uitluy, Hie Itth day of December, lilll,
between tile tlours of 9 o'clock a III   ulld
1 u'cluck p.m.
W  AOBTIN BROWN,
i'ily i'lerk unit Returning Officer
PUBLIC NDTICK Is hereby given
Dial   lhe  vote of the  Klectt.rB of tint
t'lly uf Nurtli Vancouver will be t	
ni, Hie mu. ilay ol December, 1911, between ttie hours iif 9 o'clock a in end 7
o'clock  pin   on   "Tbe   Ferry   lni|ir'ive-
nientu  Aid  By-law.  No   3.    und   thai
wltliln tho i'lty Ilull, Norlh Vuncouver,
B  a, und thui W. Auatln Brown. Clly
Clerk,  lias  been  uppoluted  Returning
niliii i   to lake  Die  vote of surll   I'ilic-
tors   Willi   tlie   usuul   powers   In   thut
behalf
By Order of Ihe Council,
WM. McNKISII.
' Muyor
W.   AUSTIN   BHOWN,
City  Clerk
III l.ntH NO. Ill
A 111 -I,aw in tulle iki <e>»orallea
of ih. I lt» ef Norll Vaafoyver le
.■I.r lain aad ri..-ul. •■ Agree-
Wfol will Ik. Hurrard lul.l Tuuerl
•al Mitt CoaiiMy tti Ik. »«r-
rkas. at .tm,.. la Ikr .-aultal aierk
of Iht Mil tameaat,
WHKIIKAH the Burrard Inlet Tunnel and Bridgu Cumpany baa been Incorporated for th« purpoae of constructing a joint traffic and railway
bridge acroaa lhe Secund Narrow! of
Burrard Inlel from a polnl In lha Municipality uf Burnaby lu a pulnl In Die
piitrict of Norlb vancuuver and Ihe
construction uf aultuuk- railway worka
to give connection with railway ayi-
teiiii on the Southern ehure or Burrard Inlet and fur tht opening up and
development of Ihe Northern ihura
of Burrard Inlel
AND WltKBKASIiy By-law No. IK,
the City el North Vancouver wu nu-
horfxid to enter into an agreement
ur the purchaae of one ihousund
lliJOO) ihare^ 0/ One Iiundred Dullara
(iiOO.OO) "eacb in the capital itock of
Hit' company It god for the prlca of
0110 Hundred Thouiand Dollar!
(1100,009.01) on lhe termi and condition! in aald Agreement let uut and
f.ttuehed to and made a purtiun of By-
aw Number IU;
AND WHgRKAJf lhe condition! Ml
oil In (Mid By-law for the completion
61 the aald work 10 to 01 curried un
hive not been fultllled:
AND WHEREAS r-arluln moneyi have
blen borrowed under the provliluni
of Ihi Mid By-lawa which II la propoi-
pt to ripiy out of the moneyi to ba
ialeei under tkl proviilona of thll By-
wlPy, TIIBRprORB the Mayor and
Aldermen ht the City ut Nurth, Vancouver, with the aiaent of lbe ileutori
of the Cliy of Norlh Vancuuver duly
obtained, eiiiict! a! followo:
(l)   The Mayor uiid Clly Clerk nf
lha euld Cm-nm-utlfiu ure hereby
authorised to !lgn un huhalf of
the Corpuratlon and to ami iho
Corporate Seal to n ciluln In
demure of Agrouinonl made   between the Burrard Intel Tunnel
uml lirldHo Cumpany, uf the nne
pari, and tliu Coruorntlnn ot thu
(illy of North Vancouvsr, ut the
uther part, eupy of wnlch aald
.   agreement la herein uppuiidod us
Schedule "A"; authority for the
cuipuruii.in to enter Into and
to  agree  tn  all  Ihu   prtivlBlonu
thereof being hereby given 1
cd   Thla By-lsw ihall uome  Into
operation on the date uf Ils receiving the iiasonl of the l.lsu-
iieniiiii itiivutiiiii  In cuuncll  hy
'inil'l in I'liiiiiiii  10 that e in-' 1.
(I)   The  Works   of   the   Company
must bs I'uiiiiiif in uui  within  it
months  frum  tliu  date  of  the
imBeni of the Lieutenant Ouver-
nor In Cuuncll us ubovu mentioned   md   isld   bridge   mutt   bs
completed and reudy for traffic
Snd    at    le'llM     tWU    llllll'!!    Of    el'lll
neutlng railwaya eniniileled before ilie lapis uf Ave years
from the dale of Ihe usaeiit uf
the 1 ,l. ui.ti.iiii out,.unu In
Council, and a failure lu ulnorvs
inuii t|mi lltnll ahull render
lhls By-law void and of nu effect;    .
(4) This By-law shall take affect
upon lhe lllh day uf December,
ll|l, and may he cited fur all
purpoaea us tne "Burrard inlet
Tunnel und Bridge Company
Bharea  Purchaae   lly-law,   fill1'
IS) By-law Number III. known us
Ihe "Burrurd Intel Tunnel uiul
Bridge Cnmpuny Shares Agree-
liiiiti I'liiuliiiHu By-luw, 1910."
Is hereby repealed, euve as to
any Indebtedness incurred under
Ihu said By-luw, which shall In,
taken tn be und shall be an lit
'le llle lllll .UH       fulling       illle       llll'l.)
tills By-law and spall be repaid
out   uf   the   debentures   Issued
hereunder.
(I)   This  By-luw  ahull   reculvo   tlie
ussent 'el llie IM.. 1..1 ■ uf llie said
Corporutlon  In  tbu   niiinncr  re-
tiuli-ed  by law,  beforo the dual
passing thereuf
1'ussett hy tlie Couucil lhls '.'uiii day
u(  November.   1911.
Received tlie ussenl of tlie Elector!
un the
day of. IUI..
Reconsidered  unit  finally   pussed   In
open   Council,   algned   by   lha   Mayor
and City Clerk unit the Corporale Soul
utllxed lhe
day uf 19
SCIIBDl'LH "A"
Referred   lu  In  llle  "Burrird   lulul
Tunnel   uml   Bridge   Cumpany
ShuiuB   I'm ' lu....    By*luw,
1911"
THIS INDENTURE mudo ibo
day uf lu  lhe
year uf uur l.urd niie tnonsuiitl nine
hundred   and
BETWEEN;
BURRARD    INI.KT   TI'NNKI.    AND
Illlllnil':  COMPANY.  Illi-oiporulnil  us
a Railway Cnmjiany by apeclal  Ac
uf the  I'ulil,tinuiii  ul Cunudu,
(hereinafter referreil lu us tbu "Cum
pany"i
OF THK ONE PART
AND
CORPORATION  OF  THK   CITV   OF
NORTH VANCOUVER.
i In 1 .In..(it 1  referred to us tbe "Cor-
poratlon")
OF THE OTHKH I'AHT
WHKHKAS  the  Company   liul  been
nu 111 i'.u ui' 'i   inter alia, for the pur-
puaea of  uml. 11.il.n.1    the   "ii u. iiui,
of a Joint traffic and railway bridge
across tlie Second Narrows of. Burrard Inlet frum a point In Hie M1111I-
11...in uf tiuu.ui. 111 a point In the
District uf Nortb Vuluouvei- and the
construction of soluble railway works
tu give connection wllti the ruilwuy
systems on tin- Southern shore of Mm
rsrd Inlet uud for the oiieiitng up and
il.v,'lie|,iiieni of llie Nuiii,1 in shore iif
liiii 1..ni Inlet:
AND WHKHKAS the wholl of suld
works are so situate as to beneOl the
suld City of North Vancouver, and the
Corporutlon bus agreed lo purchase
Fifteen Iiundred 11900) shares of One
Hundred Dollars ttlOt/OOl ouch In llic
cupilul   stock   of  llle  Buld  Cumpuii):
AND WHEREAS lhe liar vulue of
(lie ssid shares Is One ilundr«d and
Fifty  Thousand  I ml lute   i|19U.O0U UUI.
'I iii'.lil'.l'iilii.  the   ui.     hereby
ugreei to altoi tu tho Curtiuiutlun and
tni Corporallon hereby agrees to subscribe for and ouri-liuse from the Compuny Fifteen Hundred (1600) sliarsi
of one Iiniuii.ul Dollars Hlou um each
In Ihe capilal sluck of Ihe Company
ul und fur tlio laid lulte uf one Hundred and Ffty Thousand i|li0,u00 00)
Dollan; sublet 1 always lo lha tarms
of the Acl of Incorporation uf lhe
Cumpuny and llic Munliliiul Act unit
Amending  Ails unit  lu  lliu   following
■ i'ii-   iiumely
ill The umount of tliu par value uf
Ihu sultl shales nliull be duo unit
puyable lo (tie Coinpsny 111 terms
of tile Acl of li.-. i ,...!.ill.ii, uf
llle 1'uu,|,,11 ,,11.1 lhe flulu uf
ilic ussenl uf llie Lieutenant-
unl Oovernor In Council lu ths
lly-luw authorising Hie execution of this lml.mui' und upun
payment uf the pur vulue thereof
and III exi-banuc therefor the
Company shall luBiie und inuki-
dellvery to the Corpoiuilun uf
the ivniii, ,,i. for said shares In
lhe ciipliul stork In a form lo
be approved by the sullcitors fui
the Corporation.
Ill The Mayor for lhe lime
being    shull    be   exurtlclil      une
of ihu iiu in of die Company
In addition tu the number of directors authorised by the Ati
111 ■ <, 11 -. 11.11111.. Ihc Company and
'■le.,II liave llie same liglils. privileges and powers us lhe othsi
directors of tbe Company, unit
the Compuny sliull aoospi sucb
Mayor as a director of the Company so long us the Corporation
lu the owner of Ihe suid shsris
(I)   The   Company   agrues   thai   II
will within    from
the dud' of ttie assent of the
l.leutensnl Governor In Council
lu ssid Bylaw, cuminenct lhe
wurk uf constructing ths ssid
bridge and proceed therewith us
sii,,'illlj ss possible snd will bsvs
ihu said bridge complstsd snd
ready fur truffle snd a railway
1 onnsiiliig with ili" shore line ut
thu City of North Vvncuuvsr slso
e -,iiiiiii ii ul  befure  the  expiry  uf
 ...yssrs  from  the  dste  of
Ihs ssid iiitf'iei of the I.le ui. 11
ant Governor In Council lu Mid
By-law.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF lbe
purlins hereto bavi hereunto
csused their Corporate Seals lo
bs affixed ths day and year llrsl
above written, .
The Curpurate Seal uf ths
Burrard Inlet Tunnel and
Bridge Cumpany wea hereunto affixed In tbe prssenco
The du ihu tiif Seal of Hie
Corporation of thl City uf
North Vancouver woe hare*
unto affixed In ths presence
mmiK to hi.w"I'imi
TAKE NOTICE thai ths abovs Is s
11 ue' copy of the prupused By-law upon
which Ihs vote ol tne Elreturs of tlie
Municipality of Ihs Clly of North Van
couver will be lakeu wllhln lbs Clly
Hsll. North Vancouver, B. c.. on Halurday, ths lilh day of December, illl,
bstwssn the hours uf 9 o'clock i.m.
and 1 o'clock p.m
IRe' usual "powers Tn "dial heiiiTt."
lit urder uf Hut Council,
Wtt. McNEISH,
Bivor,
W. AUSTIN BROWN,
City Clerk,
City picrk and Returning officer.
I'UBI.IC NOTICE is hereby given
that Ihs rote of tlu Electors of ths
Clly of Norlh snrouvsr Will be taken
on the Uth day of December. 1911, be-
Iwsen ths hours uf 9 u'cluck i.m. arid
IIV-I.AIV   NU.   Ill
A BV-I.AW lu ruablr Ike Ciiruorallnu
tl lis lily uf Nurlh Vaneunver tu
raise br way uf luan ikt mm ut Due
lluudrid aa| Fill) Thousand Hollars 11.-,11,111111 l.lli fm- tka piiri-huse ul
shares In tbs capital sluek of tkt
Hurrard lulel Tiiuu.-i uml Bridgt
Compsny,
WHEREAS By-law Nu. 319 haa been
Iiiuiii,',I   1111II1.iil.llii,   thu   Cm imi,nluu   nf
lha City ot Nurlh Vsnuuuvai* tu snlsr
Inlu and execute an ugreuinsul wllh the
Burrard Inlsl Tunnel snd Brldgs Cumpany fur the puruhass uf shires In tin.
capital sluck uf lhe said Company:
AND WHEREAS II la desirable lo
lun -in u- the sum uf One. Hundred und
Flfly i-b.iiiiiitini Dollurs i»ll,u.imu mil
fui ihe uurpiisu of purchasing snares in
tho capltul ui.., 1  pf (he laid Computi),
AND WHEREAS a petition ilgiml
by the owners uf mure than uiie-lenlli
In value nf real pruperty |n the City
uf Nurlh Vuncuuver lai shown by Hulas! revised assessment lull) hus beeu
presented to the Cuuncll ruiiiiestjng
them  tu Introduce auch u  By-law;
ANIl WHKHKAS II will bu ......-;.,,
tl) urder to do su lu Issue debentures
of llle ...ii ,.i..11,,11 for Ihu sum uf One
Hundred   and   Fifty   Thuusund   11,.u
000 00) us lierelniiflcr piuvltlud, which
Is the amount uf debt  Inlunileil tu bf
creutud by this By-luw;  Ihe |.	
of Bald 'I- iu iiinii n lu, lio upjilletl us
hereinafter sot uut;
AND WHEREAS fur Iho pnyuienl ol
Interest tin the debentures proposed to
be Issued upder HiIb Ry-law unit for
. 1. ..ui.' 11 .1..uiii,- fund fm- iho iiui -
menl uf Ihu sume when due, It will I..
necessary tu rulse by spuiial rite, In
iiililliiiiii tu all ui lut rates, In ouch ysai
,i.iiinn ihe currency nt the said tie
butiturea, Ihs sum ur 17196.09, whereof
16.750.00 is to he rulsed anuiiulty fm
puymenl uf Inlerest miring the currency   uf   the   suid   debentures   uml
llll:. uei   lu   be   I niui.I   1.1,nil,ill.    for   the
purpuiB uf creating a sinking fund
for payment of the delit Becuieil bj
the laid tleliellluies;
AND WHEHEAS-In urder In raise
Ills laid yearly ium uf ITI96.06 for in
11 i'ii and sinking fund an eiiual special rule un Hie dollar will bu required
lu be levied un ull Hie ruleuhle pin-
psrty In Ihe said city;
AND WHEREAS the amount of the
whole raleuble real properly In llle suld
city, accurdlng tu the last rovlsed 11s-
leiimenl roll Ihereuf is 110,376.656;
AND WHEREAS Ihs aggregate uf
the existing dsbsnture debt of Die Corporation lexctpl for wurks uf Im-ui
impi'iivement slid fur school purposes!
is 11.371119.00. snd does nut exceed
twenty per cent, uf the assessed vulue
uf Ihe real pruperty In the clly, accurdlng tu the lust revised ussessn.iin.
roll, of which nuns uf Hie principal
and Interest Is In arrears;
NOW I lllullll'eilll Hit- Mayor and
Aldermen uf the City of Norlli Vuncuuver In council usseinbletl. with Hie
usu.ni ut llle Blectol'S. of Hie City ol
North Vancouver duty obtained, enacts
us follows:
11) II shall bs lawful fur llie Muyui
of' ttie said city uf Nurtli Vuncuuvei and the Clly Clurk foi
the purpuse ufureauid tu borrow
or raise by way of Iiiiiii from
uuy 1 1 inul, ur j., iuuu. budy ur
bodies corporuie. whu may lie
willing lu advance the same upon
the credit uf the debolitureB hers
Inufier uu 1,1 inin .1 of 111! corpora
Hun. u Bum of money nut ex
.'iulu,, Ill lhe wliule Hit, sum uf
'lilt Hundred and Flfly Thuusiiml
Dollars 1 H611 uu* nui und tu cauie
ths same tu Sbe liluced III llu
Bank uf BrltlBli Nuiih America
ut North Vancouvei-. to the ere-
'Hi Of III! Clly for lhe purpose
.iliiite i.uil.il uiul such molii-ye
shall bs used for lhat purpoie
only
■1 I'M.1,1.11." of llle Clly 111,1 ||.
cttdlng In ainoiiiii the huiii uf
one Hundred and Flfly Thousand
Dullars ||I60.0U0 0U| muy be Is
ini'ii by thu said Mayor unit
Ctly <l.-i I. In terms uf the Municipal Act In sums as msy ho
desired, bul nut exceeding one
Thousand Dulluiu 111.000 00) tue-h
ur Ihs eouivuleiit expressed in
puunds Stirling of the Unlleil
Kingdom of Ureal Britain au.l
Ireland at lhe value of |<ll l-l
1.. Hi., pound alerting. Each of tht'
ssid debentures stisll be sliineii
by Ihu said Muyur 'slid clly
Clerk, und llui city  clerk  ■ 1...11
ulli.    Ihr   Cm I' In   Sent   of   lhe
City uf Nurth Vuncouver
131 The debentures shall Iicur del,-
the Itth duy of December, lull,
unit shull beur Interest ul the
rule 1 l;. iter t-elil per uliniim
puyuble half yeally ull tlie ml.
ilay of June und Hie .in. duy ol
Dei-ember. In eitt'li and every yeui
during llie currency of Iho sulil
debentures or any of them. Tilers
shall be uiturheil to ilie debenture! coupons signed liy Hit
Msyor only fui curb uml every
payment uf Interest Hist muy
i'.Hiiiii. tine, und such slitnutort-
may be either written, slumped,
printed or lithographed.
Ths sultl duhetilui'i-l bb Iu prln-
' iju'i and Interest may lie made
puyuble tlilier In currency ur
111 equivalent In pounds sterling
al Hie Value of II16 3-3 lo the
inlliui ilerllng ul sutii plate or
place! III ni.ni llrtiuln, I'nlled
Stutes of America oi llle Dominion "I e'llllit'lii as muy ilf llgleett
upon i'ii,'...11 tlie corporallon
uml llie Iiniiiii' (hereof. 11,t'l lhe
ssid principal sum shull bit iniid.-
I .1...(ili by (lie Clly -Ht ■ ttuto
nul later lhan Itfly 1601 years
frum the lilh day of December,
llll
16) During Hie whole lorm of Iho
currency nf lbe said dilivniurts
s "I'i 1 lul rate on the dollur sliull
be levied and raised eueli year
In .e'l'iiii.'i. tu ali uther ralea. <|ii
all lha rateable tell properly
Hu City, end suffltient lo pay
ths Intsrest upon the ssid ds-
1. niiii.ii snd lo creels s sinking fund for Ihe payment of tho
i'iiiu ip ul thereof when due, suh-
l" 1 lo any act ut inactmsnt rs
01)1
"i'U"uir'i!|.i"'lnlBl
Bi|ti||o Cuinpany
^lu'  Dou|l   By-|iW,
UO) ''Phil''Bylaw ihall  take elfsi
upun the Mill day uf Ducoiiibu
llll, iridiiiny In piled for 11
purpoiei *» tl
Tunnel    and
flliursi   POrchl
ill) Tills By-law ihull receive ths
ussenl uf tho Eluulurs uf lnl
Mid Curuoruilun in the mannor
rsiiutrud by law, hufurs lliu nnul
pusslng thereof.
I'misud by Ihu Council tbli 16th du)
ol November, HI*. •    ■■
Itocelvotl Ihu ussenl nf the I'lk-.itiiu
ull Hu
day uf llll
  m
uiisn
ulld
affix...
diy ul
locunalderad  and  Anally  paasBil  In
11  Cuiiiicll,   ilgned   by   Hie   Mayor
I city Clerk and the Corporals Boat
lid the
' ol UU
NOTION 'I'll PI.EHUBI
TARE NOTICE Unil Iho iilint'K ll a
true eupy uf the lu-onimed By-luw upon
which Ihu vole uf Ihu Electors of the
Muni.iiuiiii) of lbs C|ty uf Nurth Vuncouver will be tukon within thp C|ly
Hull, Nnrlh Vununuvuj'. B. tt, nl) Bit-
iiiiiuy. Die lilh iim of He-.tinii.■!-. inii
bulwsen the nniiri uf I u'c|uek u tn.
and 1 o'clock p.m.
W, AUSTIN BROWN,
i'lu Clerk snd Reluming Officer.
PUBLIC NOTICE ll lierehy givon
thut the vole uf the Eleuliirs or lhe
Ctly uf Nuiih Viiiii'ieiif.i will he 1.11-■ ■
uu   ths   Itth  day  nl Dace-     e    1911,
belween  Ihe  hours  uf 9  u'cluck  	
und  7  ii'iiiiti,   p in   on  "The  Biiiiiini
Inlet    Tunnel    uul   Bridgu   CumpniH'
Bharea  Purchaae  Loan  By-law.  1911,"
uiul  lhat  within Ulu City  Hull, Nurlli
Vuiicoiivei', B. C. and that  W. Auelln
Ilrown. Clly Clerk, haa been appolntm!
ii. i'liii im   Ollicer to take the votu of
11.I1   I'i.u imu   Willi   lhe   u1111.1l   powers
In Unit  1.1..1I1
It. Ordor of Iho Council
W'M   McNEISH
Mayor
W  AUSTIN BROWN,
City Clerk,
sls'olurs It
y part 6 ,o
iuf
ra a
. ..11 ni.. .
a luiui uiiun lbe
(I
Spscllng ths lams,   tfuch apaclsl
rsls   ahull   bs   Inserted   In   the
i'uii i's   Rull   or   Rolls,   snd
slmll lis payable to and culltcj-
ed by the ssid Corporation In
tlie same wsy as other rales In
Iht said Roll or Rolls, asve ss
I" i' luufi' 1   provided
(I) In ordsr lo provide for Hit
rstss sst out In paragraph 16)
and aubject aa aforesaid, thorn
ahall ba raised annually by spe-
clsl rsls during lhe currency of
the said debenlurea ths sum 01
11,750 00, lo provlds fur ths payment of Inlerest thoreun, and Ins
sum of II11696 for Ihc repayment of Ihs l'l lm liml  Uiei, uf
(7) The i-ini 11 uii, of the aald debenture! Ihall bl applied a! followi
and nol otherwfas;
Is) In psymsnl of lhe costs of
ling uf this by-law and
nses connected with lbs
 A Mil of tl
therein referred tu
tb) In rscuuping ihs said Corporation for iuch mini ua may hays
been expended uirter By-law
Number! Ill and fur any Indebt-
I'tlneis Incurred  thereuiidsr:
(■) In completing His payment for
tks nifss In Ihs s«d Compsny
11 abovs let out.
(I) All moneys siting out of the
annual special rsls hsrelnbefur*
lbe passing uf thll by-law and
all slisnaes eonnaclsd wllh lbs
Isiui and fits 9! Iht dsbinliirsi
BV-I.AW   NO.   Ul
A BY-LAW lu tatkle Iht Illy of Nurlk
aiteuutir lo rulse ky «u> uf loau
tkt sum of Srv.ali-l-ivt Tkouaaad
Dullara ii7l.mMi.iaii fur acfcuul pur-
posts Is acquiring by purtkast in
alsiiloaal achuui all. nlikln Ikt said
Illy.
WHEREAS Hie Buunl uf Truitapa
uf the .'.unl, Vuncuiiver lily Scltuol
lu uii 1 have prepared u ileitillod csll-
mule uf thu biiiiib required lo moot
speclul or exti-uoiittnury expenses l.
sully nu hi 1.,iiii hy the Board, which
..-.ill. wi.- Is ns follows:
For   Hie   ut'iiilisltlon   of   u
Schoul lltu  lu  Ihe Clly ul
Nurlli   Vuncuuvei'.   Hrlllali
Culumbiu    ■'   u'liiii"
176.110000
AND WHEREAS Ihe suld ulllmule
wus luld before the lity Cuiint't) und
iui- , niunili,), ,1 liy Hie Buld council
uml Ills said sum above mentioned wus
Ilnully rejected and dlsuppi-uved by
lhc suld Cuuu. 11 nn lite llll day uf Nuvember. lull.
same  being
I fruni the
be ftianner prssu,,,.     ...  „_.    .
he Muiilolpg Atinl hyiliw lutho/li-
Ing ihd pfopoiid Apildlturi and II
pueessiry tile railing U tlia mutisyi
|-ei|Ulied to defray llle —=^-^^^
cruilii of Hie Muii|cl|iu
AND WHEREAS,[It la necessury thul
lhe said tnuney hi rulaed upon llio
credit of the Hiinlclpiillly,
AND WHEREAS the qtoundlhgi au
Ihiirlaeil Ilia siiIiiiiIbsIoh uf Hill By
luw  to the eleclori:
AND   WHEREAS   lor   His   payment
!f Interest un Ihs duliuiitiiree propu|ed
u hu Issusd under Hits lly-law, and
ur ti'oiiilnii 11 sinking fund for tni
SiDiiiuiii uf the said ilsbunlurea whon
ua, It will ba imi-i-Baui-y lu rullo by
mi'-.-iiii mi'- In .itbiiiioii to ill other
ralea, uucli your during the uurruncy
pf until debentures the uuiu uf 19917.53
wli.'iiiuf 13976.00 Is In bs i>alsod 1111-
!u.in t for lltu pi" uu in of luiui uui
in inr ths 'mi e 11," of u ml ,1. in i.uu. i-
nd 1671.61 lu be ralsail annually fur
the purpuse of crusting a sinking fund
lur puymenl uf Ihe debt secured by
Hie suld dobenturea thu
mads payable in fifty ysar
llth duy u| Deuuiiiber, 1913.
AND WHEREAS In urdur lo rati!
tho euld ytui-ly sum ul 16917.63 for Interest and sinning fund, an uqual aps-
e'l.'l rule on Iho uMI.11 will be required
tu bu li'tieil un ull thu iui.niii. real
prup.nt   III  the ssid city;
AND whereas llie wliulu ruleablo
iiiil pruperty Iff the laid clly, according lo the lual revlaed iisiossmenl rull
Is 110.376566:
AND WHEREAS the sggregals uf
|hu iixlsilua tleljonliirs debl ot the cur
poiiiiluii Is 11,376.1911, i.'x.'.'pi fur
Wurk! of lueal liiipruvuinent und (or
ii'iiuul purpuies) pf which none of
tlio prlniipul uml iniei,ti is Iii arrear
THEREFORE Ills Muyor uml Aldermen uf tbu City of Nmih  Vunvuuvei
ill I'ulllli 11 .Iiiiii lllliluil wllh the UUue ut  uf
Iho electors of the t'lly or Nurtli Vun
couver duly ubtulned, ouiicts us ful
lows: .
Hi It sliull bu lawful fur ihu mayor
ul Uie Cliy iif North Vancuuver and
tiic Clly Clork for lhe iiurpuuo afore-
snbl 10 borrow or raise by wuy ut loun
[i'iiiii uny pei-Buu or pui-sous,  budy nr
 li., cui-purulo.  Who muy  Ite  willing
iu advance Uut same upon the cradli
of the .i. i..iiiiiih," hereinafter nun
iiiiinii uf llic cui-poiiilton, u sum nf
lliulley nut exceeding In Ihe whole the
sum uf Seventy-Five ThuuBaitd Dnllurs  l|76.0IIU.I)Ol  ami  tu  ruum;  Ulu Sllllle
lo Iiu pi..."I In lhc Hunk of Hilt tali
Nurlli America ut Norlb Vuncuiiver,
to Hie i-reillt of the clly for the purpose ui"".. reclled, un.l such moneys
oliiill bu used for Ihul purposo only.
13) Debentures of the City mil ex-
ti'i'ttliia In amount tbu aum of Seventy-
Five Thousand Dollars 1176.000 00)
may bu Issued by the suld Muyur and
Clly Clerk In terms of the Munlclpul
Act In Bums ua muy bo desired but not
less Ihun lint- Thousand Dollurs
Ml liuu i-ui ouch, or lhc . mm,.1. iii ex-
iu'.'..'uil   lii   |uiiin.in   sterling. >ef   lie
Duilnir the whole term ol th
!* "til? »•*,(Mandrill h ipb
rite un the dollar sllill bl |iv|e
raised such yuur In addition lu e'
r lutus on all tha rateable rs
By-law tikes iftpOt.
16)  ^^^^
currency
clal rat
|^H~	
ulher rutus on ull ths liilualils reu,
pruporiy |p (he ally und entpclent to
pay the Interest upun Ihs said dubum
linos pnd to create 11 sinking fund lull
Ihs payment uf His principal llisieol
When due, aubject lo any adt of maul-,
ment ruspsct iig tha samo. Such |))B-
clul rate shall lis Inierted In the URl-
letelill'it    Hull    01'    Roll!   Itld   uliuli   bll
payable to and oolleetsd b yibe aald
Cuiiiurallun In the aants way aa other
rutea In tin aald roll ur rolls, aave
I! herBlnufler provldid.   ,
U) in order lo provide for thl
rales aut out In iiaragranh (6) and aubi.
Jeul aa afnrusald, there shall bl rar "
od unniiiiiiy by iiiiiiiiiiil rale
tlie currency ol the laid debt,,
aum ul |67li,63 m provide lor till
pu!monl or iiiiiii'i.'Ht thereun and thu
!Um ul 16736.38 |u ilnivldii fur Ihi
repayment of the principal theruuf,
(7) Tha proceeds of Ihe igld del
Iiiiiiiu.ut Shall be applied ua fulluwa,
and nut olherwlu
I
PUSBI
un'
(a)   In payment of the oolt of tin-
iiitlng uf i(i|b Ry-law und the |as>ui
...il   sail   ol   the   debentures   therein
i.i'. 11 e el tu and all axinnsea aonAlctad
with the nulil |uan.
AND   WHKHKAS  the   Mayor  of  II
sultl lity hue since (tie rejection
nd
■ ■ 1' j ii..,    or
lulled Kingdom of (Ileal  Brltuln and
Tie
Ing
iitiiiurcs sliull  Iiu signed  by tlie suiil
IgltO
1, lumi ul  file  vulu.• of |l 16  3-3 to lilt
1.hi,.I   iu. ilii.i
utile of ll 86 I-
Kucti  of Ibo a.
auid de-
...   ... ,   ,    u/pnr
Hon lor luuh mini as have bean il
ii.n.1,ii  hereunder until lhe proceeds
of Ihu sale of ths said dabsnturei bl
conies available.
tc) To 1 HUN nut lhe purpuas ul
Ihia By-law aa abuve set uut
(I) All muneys uilslng out ol Uui
annual special ratu herelnbefiira proj
vlded fur sinking fund shall be Invested
li) Ihu Oouncll uf suld Curporilluii
frum lime lu limo ns llio law dlreols
II)   Nu  ruliulc nliull  be allowed  on
the ..,.,. ri rait.' lo he 1. ■ 1. .1 under this.,
By-law.
ill)) This byluw ahull take elfscl
on Hie nli day uf liccomboi', A.D.,
1911
(II) This By-luw muy be illett loi
nil I'liii'iiiHi. nu "The t'lly of North
vuiicoiiver School Hltt' 1'iirchuue Byluw,  llll."
I'iisui-il by the Council un the |5lh<
duy of November. 1911.
Received the aslsnl of the ulocton
of lhe Clly of Nmlli Vuncouver ul un
clocUirii for lhe purpose un tha
duy  ul
AD., mil
!(ecoiiilileii.'d by the Council apd 1111
ally ■"    111 11. 'i by the Muyur uiu
(''Ity Clerk, nnd Healed  vvltti  lha Curt'
(jorutc Scut on thu
ilay of
AD, lilll.
Muyor and city clerk, uml the I'll.
Clerk shull uiilt, the Ciirporute Saul of
Hie sultl lily of Nortti Vuiicoiiver.
CJ) The dsbsnlures shull beur dull-
the 2tlli iluy of December, 1613, unit
shull bear llllert-sl ul Die rate of I':
put cent, per uiiiiniii I'll.iiiiii hulf yearly un the 31th duy 1 June, uml llie
lllh day ut Deceniber, In each uno
every year timing the currency uf the
suld debsnturss nr uuy ut tbem. There
shall be attached lu tlu.- debenlurea
coupons signed by lbe Muyor only for
eat n umi every paymonl of Interesl
Ihut muy becume due, uiul auoh sIhiih-
turo muy bu either written, stumped,
printed ur lllbugruphed. ,
il)   'I I.,  in til debentures (is lu prln-
elliul uii'l-Iriioii-Hi  mu)   lio;.'madt! buy-1
oblf ut sucli  , I...    ur places In (Irt-ut
Britain. I'nited stutf uf Anttiicu or 1
1'.ininIi.n uf Cunudu Us inuy be ugreed t
NOTICE   TO   Kill IIIHS
TAKK NOTICK Unit  Ihe above la 1
um eupy of ihe prolines! lly-luw upoi
which the vote of the Electors of tin
M1111I1 ip.tlii) uf Ihu lily of North Vun
louver will he luken wllhln Iho I'll]
Hull. Nurlh \ uin. ut, 1 B. I'.. Ull Sul
uuiu.. Ibr lllll duy iif li,,uml,, 1 IUII
between llii- hours uf - u'cluck 11 in
and 7 u'cluck p.m.
W   AUSTIN BBOWN,        ,
Cily Clirt nud Reluming 	
Iiiil.tc NOTICE Is hereby glvei
ihut the vole of the Kleclore of tin
Ctly of Nurth Vancouver will be tukei
uu tlio 141b duy uf In,,lulni 1919
between Hia liuill'B nf 9 u'cluck u.m
unit 7 o'clock p.m. 011 "Tbo (Ity ol
Nurlh Vuncouver Schuul Situ I'urt-busi.
lly-luw. 1913." uml Ihul iiniiiii Ihi
clly Hul). Nuiih Viincuiivoi, n C. uni
ibul Vi. Aiislln Bruwii. CHy Clerk, but
been nppulnted Reiurnliiii Oltlcer li
lake  the  vute  of luch  Eleiion  will
till'   UBIial   I'l'tl'illt   In   llllll   l"i.nil
II) Order of Ihi Council
WM   McNKISII,
Muyur
W   AUSTIN  BROWN,
City Clerk
There Will be a Victrola
in Your Home This
Christmas if You Buy
The Victor Victrola
*m_. Ummwrm. m__m*
'imSlgmV"'
and FIFTEEN DOUBLE SIDED
RECORDS. YOUR OWN CHOICE
$33.50
VIOTEOLA IV.
$10
Cash
The Balance
(5.00
Ptr Montb
,-
Over 5000 Record* to choose (rom.    You can search the whole world over and not
find another gift that will bring so much pleasure to every member of the family.
Victor Victrolas from $20 to $250
Come in, Write us, or telephone your order today.
Walter F. Evans & Co.
Wholesale Warerooms.   Retail Victrola Parlors.   Mail Order Department.
526 Hastings Street Weit       Vancouver, B. C. Sorest
(Genita
99~_\
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rest «ou mn, Gentlemen.
mmwm
i. Ood rut you merry, gste-men, Let nothing you dii •
i, -aaa m. jaa m.,,fl i.ie-men, Let nothing you dii ■
'.''■Ti.
a
Ulty,   Re-memberChitslour   viour Wis born on Chriilmat
*¥¥*
~T-
n... Tn     aamHt    .11   f     k.i    i.uu
Pay,    To   avew lUfcom-SaLpow-jWhenwewwegowa
rr"' ' -^-i-ir-^ipfeifi
Cnoaut
§ffiN
WffP
»»r»y;    0 ..    ti • dingsof    conto ,nd joy, cumllmind
tyi7LA-U-Ai-a-,J i-ti
J J J J
ey,       (T. .     II   •   dines ol   ,   .  fori and joy.
lu Utlbltbtm, In Jewry,
Tbli blused Blbi wit buro
And Iild wliiiln t uitngtr.
t'pou thll blessed uiuru.
Tbt which llu Mother Miry
I nd nulliing tiki ll ie 'ii ii
0 lldluis 4c
From Ood our Hei'tnly Ptlbtr.
A bleiitd Aofil csme
Aud unto centin Bbtpbtrdt
Brought lldlugt of Um isms
Huw Ihtl lo Bethlehem wss born
Tbi Sou tl Owl by Nttne
0 Udlogt Ac
Fur aot tbia" ttld tbt Aagti.
Ul nothing you iffligbt.
Tbli diy li bora t Bi'iour
Of I part Virgin bright
To frtt ill tbem wbo truat Is Hiu
Fron Bitui pvwit sud oalgbt"
0 Hdiugt Ac
hepherdi it ibost tiding!
Uwi nine li Is ii,Inel
ft then Om ki i fending
uipvil ilortu tsd wind,
rto Ueilmiiem stnlgblwiy,
of Ood ty tod
<l il.lliH.  Ac
I tbty .-sun to Uethltlnia
l» our dair b'lour Uy,
' l Kind lilm Is • uiiiigar.
i oito lead oo bay
It [bat Utry knetllug dowo
bl bird did prty
0. Hdlogs «r
fi tba Lord sing prtlteu
I, wllhin tbli plica.
*n) true Ion sod broUur&ood
I IStr uuw imbrict.
Tb r Udt of ObrtitsMi
lift doth iettee,
otidisgi a<
the Big End
of the
In the Air!
IX)
YOUR:
< JIRIS111 AS
SHOPPING
EARLY
Doodle-dool
W»b Upl
Instead of the Little
End of tbe Horn I
That's What You'll Do if You
Read and Heed.
Tbat Obrlitmas shopping DII to bl
ilnne anyway, ao way not get tlnl
choice, uava an easy Uni a ot It your
ulf, lighten tbt labors of tbt Bhop
girla ind mako everybody huppy by
getting ao early itartt
BEAT SANTA CLAUS
TO ITI
A Substitute For Meat.
Bluffed cabbage aa it la served In a
vegetarian family Isaubatantlal enough
lo iiiiilf a aubstlluta for meat A loose
btad of cabbage Is best for tba pur-
poat. Soak Ilils In cold waler for an
hour or ao and Ibeo put It Into a pol
of bot boiling waler and let It atund
on tba back of tl.a stove for twenty
uilnulot. At the eud of tbe tlma drain
Ibe cabbage and very carefully, without breaking off lhe leaves, press lliem
buck from the cenler and iill with the
fnlluwlng mixture A cupful of rice
bulled tender, a cupful of chopped Eng
llsh walnuts, three hard boiled eggs
'hupped llue, salt, pepper and a little
minted parsley. In Oiling ibe mixture
Inlo the head put It In by tba spoonful,
beginning wllh the very heart, folding
the loaves hack after every filling and
spreading Ihem thinly wilb IL Then
tie Ihe bead securely In cheesecloth
uud bull It In salted wuler for uboul an
i",ui    Serrt with while sauce
— -I
And Tben You Will Be
Suited DOWN TO
THE GROUNDI
SO WILL THE POOR, TIRED
SHOPGIRLS I
A Suggestive Sermon.
The Bev. Dr. Howard, chaplain to
Princess Augusta, was bo fuml uf guud
living lliut lie run into debt with
many uf the tradesmen in lhe parish.
lt was in tlieir speciul interests thai
lie mie day preached dum the tell,
"Have patience, and I will pay yuu
all." II' spoke ut great lengUi tin
llie virtues uf puliencc ulld then proceeded. "I. now cume to Uie, second
purt nl my discourse, wlneli js, 'and
I will puy yuu all,' inu thul I shall
irffi to a future occasion "- London
Standard.
Do That Christmas Shop-
Dim-and DO IT NOW I
Armlist Child Wonder.
A strange freak ni nature is littit
ii.i ■■ il    Mury   Huiii van.   the
Iiiiii ul a Derbyshire couple, whu was
recently tukon lu llie Nultinghniu
Huspilal lur uu operaliuii. Kuril
without arms uiul witli une leg deli,r met), she is uble tu do with hir
feet must things ordinary neuple du
nilh tlieir hands She cun brush her
uir. wush her face, ami embrace her
•ells
Rats and Eggi.
Nu single puinl belter illustrates
e sagacity uf the rat. aeenrding tfl
un article in MeCliiro's, than the way
in which It- euls an egg. Il biles
lliruugli Uk shell ami chips ufl small
fragments ss neatly as a squirrel
upans a mil, euiisumes the entire
contents withuut spilling a drop ami
Ibeu sits up and licks itself clean
like a cal. Hats will :l< ul the eggs
frum under a sitting hen. In una
case Ihey carried nil seventy-live dul-
iii eggs which a commillioil merchant
luul nu ...iii. ii i. i"i.''i iu a wuodeu
tub.
Enlhuiiairn.
Nuthiiig is sn .. i'lifii'ii as enthusiasm. II is the real allegory ul the
tale uf Orpheus: it moves .-lunes; ll
harms brutes Kulliusiusni ii the
cuius uf sincerity, and Iruth accomplishes nu viotnriu without it—Bul-
I
f
■m
■ •'.
BOYS' DEPARTMENT
XMAS GIFTS
Only a few days remain for Christmas Shopping anil yon will do well to see our selection of suitable gifts.   Below we mention a few of lhe leading lines:
BOYS'
TUXEDO ANIHTON SUITS
BLOOMER SUITS
OVERCOATS
DRESSING GOWNS
BATI1 ROBES
RAINCOATS AND CAPES
JERSEY SUITS
SWEATER COATS, Etc, Eu,
GIRLS'
REEFERS
SAIEOR SUITS
JERSEY KILTIE SUITS
RAINCAPES
RAINCOATS
SWEATERS
GLOVES, Etc., Etc.        /
Clubb & Stewart
MEN'S AND BOYS' OUTFITTERS
Phone Sey. 702
309-315 Haitingi St. W.
 _J
. i' i e "        .
um '
Jewellery aa uirta
Id tbi intM Mon you pona fact to tm with tba wholt Jewtiitry
world, ita ftiblons Md ita fandea, tti daintlta and its luxuries. Tbtn
ll t coraplttontM about tbtl dtpartmint of our atort which will bt readily
nottctd by miy ouitomtr wbo mttn our doon.
HBBB MAT BB FOUND SUITABLE OIFTB FOB ROTH MSN
AND WOMEN.
NBOWiAOBB-Fllltly Jtwtlltd Md handsomely designed.
BB0OOHB8-In tvtry uuillty md fashion, wt with the finest genu
or wttb ttml'prwtoui itonti,
BBAOBLBTB-In ill (bl Uteit fashloui, eltber Jewelled or plain.
PINS-^t'tnging from tbt elaborately Jewelled bir pin to tbe simple,
dainty blouw ind lace pin.
OAMBOS-In broochta Md rings.   Beautifully tinted Corals tnd Bliells
from tbi lhadow of Mount Vesuvius.
MONET BINOB -In every known style, plain or engraved to suit tht
wimr,
CUFF LINKS—In mob in utortuitut of |tyln tbat all pay purchaae
tbit which will pliiit,
bOABF PINS—A tcarf pin tl a gift which a man always appreclatee.
Wt bavi a itock of scarf pins showing evtry degree of quality.
Henry Birks & Sons, Ltd.
JEWELBBB,  BILVEHBMITHB, WATOHMAKBBB.
George E. Trorey, Managing Director
Hastings and Granville Streets   -   -   Vancouver, B. C.
*
■ ttV.W^tmtenmj  •-•   ■«
By Reflex
*
PROTOtHUWHO   0«»TMA»
MIN
NOTICE
Those wishing to select Pot Plants and Out Flowers for Ohristinaa
gifts had batty come tarty and gtt thtir cbolct. Wt have a ulca
selection of plants In lower, also Ferns of all description, Palms, etc. .
We have alio growing it our nuntrltt tht flntst stock of Unset,
Shrubs ttc, ln B. 0. Plant right now. Call or write for our cata-
logue. Out Flowers, Floral Designs, Wedding Bouquets, Ito. on short
notice,
SIMPSON £ WIGHT
THE LOOAL FLORISTS
Two blocki liat of Lonadala Oar.       Oor. 17th and Bt. Andrew's Avt.
Two blocki watt of Boulevard Oar. '   Pbone 236.
One of tba greitett pleasures con
..m«'tud with photography is without
IJdoulit thit of showing or presenting
iVrliits to out's frluuds.as souvenirs uf
pleasant holiday! or otbir hippy n
soiiiitlons Md Christmas affords one
Otf Ihe'lliiBst of opportunities to give
pleasure to frleudi and it tbt tint
time convey the usual seiiouilila grist-
inga in a fir mora gratifying manner
than tbe lending of in ordinary tihrisi-
maa card | ttptelilly to those who are
severed from us by long distinct, be It
in Oanada or the old couutry.
One nan Imagine the delight whirl
would greet a picturesque v|ew of tho
district upon ita arrival In Britain.
Friends can see at a glance Ihe beau-
niui surroundings we are privileged tu
live aiming.
The idea upeus out a flue fluid fur
Ihu iiniiiii eu tu not only show his skill
as a photographer, but to display some
originality in lhe selection of cards,
aud lo suil each card to Its particular
Individual. There need be no diftimlty
in lbe making of (ihristiuns ranis, pm
vielt'il the negatives chosen are good
ones ami suitable to the occasion. Tliere
are many wayrfof preparing the ranis,
but us a rule Iho simpler they are the
belter will be the result. Ily this I
mean that there should lie uo alleuipt
ut unnecessary oruamuiitation or ela
lioratu bordering or making. If borders
or unifies are tu lie used let Hirni lie
of au srtistir ami appropriate nature.
Must of tlie masks ami borders sulil
aru auytbing but artistic They are
far tou fussy as a rule, ami aru over
doni.
F.ven the professional photographer
iu bis eagerness to suit the publir Isste
or what lie lliiuks lbe publir lasle,
turns out anything but artistic settings
lu his llliristnias productions.
Just at present, for instance, one
may see, ad iiausuum, the most ridicul
ons ami inappropriate effects iulroiliir
ed iu views ot the district. Capilano
enclosed in a bell shaped mask nu a
black ground, and a white line sur
ruumling lhe view. Wbat connection
there is between t'apilanu ami bulls
gnudiicss uuly knows. Other shapes
such as hearla etc., are freely usi'daml
may be seen cipuaed for sale by arils
lie shopkeepers to an inartistic public,
ll is the duty of Ihe artist to luad his
public, nul tP follow a misguided taste
ami tbere is no eiouse for putting euch
abominations on tha market. Not
even tha fact tbit tbt publio will buy
it good enough. Thi public will tiki
I good vitw artistically uiuiiutud mon
madly than tueh rubbish. But enough
of this, Uy purpoae is to try to gOiAt
tht amateur Ihtl) rlgbt ind pleasant
plthl.
Must of Ui have negatives stored
•way which though we may uot consider worka uf iri, nevertheless are capable of giving good results and affording pleasure to friends wbo havt pot
uevii our prints, if done up aa Christmas  fill.I;..
FOR SALE
Waterfront Properties, Diitrict Lot 274
In Blocki 171 & 172.
Business Blocks on Lonidale Avenue
LoU 10a 11, Blk. 165,D.L274.
South Half of LoU 1-4 inc. Blk. 166, D.L 274
Modern Residences, Extensive Groundi
On Ottawa Gardem, Corner Mahon Avenue.
On Grand Boulevard, Corner Keith Road.
For Pricei, Termi and Further Partisan, apply lo
The North  Vancouver Land and
Improvement Company
Limited Liability
North Vancouver Agenti for
LONDON AND BRITISH NORTH AMERICA CO/
Limited
543 PENDER STREET. VANCOUVER, B, C
Phone Seymour 6206
m*t
	
New Map of Nortk Vaacouver City aaa Viciaky aaw aa Sale
Ht'lttfi good negatives and print in a
medium suitable to the tubject. Rough
pupcr for liriuui effects and Doe grain-
eii for the more ilctuilud negatives,
(laalight paper ia the only medium at
present owing to the poor daylight prevailing. .Having secured ourjprlnts tbe
nuxt lliiug Is to turu tbem min curds.
One of llie liest methods is'undoubtedly lo use Die pliotograpbic tinted
papers now so much used. Tbese may
lie purchased from most dealers in
iii.in uboul i!0»i!6, or lllc or three
for lift cents. Tliu photograph should
lie mounted by thu multiple mount idea
which is ss follows;
Uut the lirst support about \% inch
larger lop and sides and c, nn li on
lioiiiiin. Keep thu weight at Ihe bot
torn. Avoid ull appearance of sliffuess
uml rigidity. A black edge or a dark
grey is aboul as good as auytbing for
Ihis purpose, and suits almost any pie
lure. A further line if necessary can
be added round this about '., m. li all
round. Mount the l#b then on a suitable backing about 2 iuches margin top
ami sides ami il inches on bottom (still
keeping the weight at Ihe bottom).
Lot the support be twice lhe suu men-
tioiicel above uml then double iu tbe
centre in hook form, I hus completing tbe
e ui.l so far as mounting is concerned.
It uuw remains In letter u, add an
appropriate design to the cover. This
should be done vury carefully. Nothing
looks worse lhan bad lettering. It is
much better lu wrile lhe grecliftg than
usu printed fliarut-lers unless one is
capable of good lettering. On a dark
paper the lettering can lie done iu
Chinese white thlnuid down with u lit
tie waler ami using u line brush.
The changes can be done un lhe tlif
fereiil tinted papers inalcliiiig lhe Iiuis
lo the pictures.
Tu uiiil a lillle color lhc card may
be tied with ribbon in a neal  bow.
Another method, ami one parlicu
iu,i. suitable lu portraits, ami more
particularly lo Ihose of children, is lo
mount lhe prints ou Whuliuan paper.
Thjs can be buiighl at any arlist's
color dealers in iillsilll sheets which col
op tu utlvanlsge.   Hlill using the lunik
forms,  ■   lhe photograph by run
uiug one edge uf glue ur inoiintaiil ulong
the lop edge letting Ihc print hung
louse. Tu add to lhe effect run a black
Ini'l line ruund lhe lop ami Iwu sides,
leaving the bottom edge blsnk. Fold
uver as before and complete wilh Ihe
the greeliug un lhe fruni, lying with
suitable ribbon.
Hlill another method Is lhe use uf a
uew ami beautiful medium Islely put
on the market, vi/., Hum.|e,i.l pholo
graphy.
A huerilunl is a Iluu card .or board
about' I mllll of an null in lliickness
eoiiif'i milt s moistened solulion. ll
is something like a pusl card, \ery
luugh and rigid.
It can bo used in mauy ways ami
especially for the purpose we are discussing.
Huppose our uegstive is I'.ih.i',, a
I",ui'l',i'l li'.-j'l'.'j can be used slid Ihe
print should be msde in a half plate
printing frame.
Dover the uuler edge wilh a mark
and print as usual. The result will
be a picture in lhe centre of a white
ground which can be easily mounted in
side a tinted cover end forms a prelty
card.
The abuve will serve lu give ideas
whlcb can readily be enlarged upun.
Tbt OomptUUou
It la i|uile evident competitions are
nul   wanted.   Not  a single eulry  has
eut''  to baud.
One set of priuls only bave arrived
but as these du nut fulfil Hie conditions
there will be nu award.
Criticisms
N.Q.—Your tat of blue priuls do not
cume under the conditions of Ibe com
petition ami are, therefore, not tli
giblt.
Tbe three prints of the illuminations
ara interesting souvenirs of tht Qov
|.e(aiw<li'iii'ral'» visit, but from tbe picturesque standpoint are uot very good.
Tbe one of tbe B. 0, P.. station is tht
best, though tbe point uf view might
hav been batter chosen. The tame ap
plite to tbt viaw of tlu court bouse
Tht print of the- archway i« not straight
owing lo Iba camera not being beld
Uvtl.
These tra vtry difffcult subjects -to
daai wltb and rtquira grett eiperience
ine unaaian dmik
of I Commerce
Capital $15.(00,000   M $12,500,000
North Vampuver Branch Now Located at tha
Corner of LON DALE AVE. Md tke ESPLANADE
.. ■ ,
A Genejal Banking Business Transacted.
SAVIIp BANK DEPARTMENT
Interest it alltved on all depoiiti of $1 and upwards.
  Miuigir.
I. A. FOBBTBB ,...
ty * it •»»r *
    i      ni*
Christmas Suggestion
What Christpi Gift could be more acceptable to the
family than
AnEiensionTelephone
nii'i
Vial
I,
in n1 Sewing Room, Library and Den?
*
iteps it will save during I9|3,
And it (jiti a little over 3 cents a day
One-fiftl the cost  of a  good  cigar
I Commercial Manager
Telephone 98
B.I. Telephone Co.,
Uinit.d
I
FRAMES
-r
It Is cheaper to buy frames for your doori and windows
made by machinery tliiu.to make tbem by hand.
Wt art In a pusitiuu to supply many alias from stock and
auy tin ou tbt thoi last possiblt notlct.
Our outside frames Include blind stop and casing.
Oall and gat our stock list.
Dickinson & Son, Ltd.
198-HO Btplanadt Eut
P. f Boil 719. Phone 222
F.RN
C. T. BREWER
TARN & BREWER
REAL ESTATE
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS
Eitimatai Cheerfully Given        Talaphona 208
10 Lonsdale Ave.      North Vancouver
i
'II.   Thero is wide scope how
Ihis kind uf wurk ami speci
ii ce i iei;'iei   when lbc pavements
listening wllh rejection!,
photograph uf lhc lluke is ra
tl nilereiposcd ur underdeveloped.
V ind of him lu puse fur yuu as he
i ily is doing.
mounting leaves much lo be do-
iiml Ibe lettering It uut good.   A
idock or white lettering Is much
I preferred if uul loo espentlve.
r other print  is  out  of  focus
daveioper is Ibe  cause uf tbe
ilsb   tint   or  il  may  he  under
jog and trying lo force develop-
by prolougiug it.
I|g c.p. Jimp it i|uite strong enough
iltrge by.  Tba ouly tbing it you
a large cipoiure for I  weaktr
light.   You ask, huw long tn exposure
shoulil yuu give on bromide papir.     f
ll all ilt'pci*4e upuu  your negative
ailtl    he u; lie uf liglil.
It hImh.Im lu reason lhal a deuie
negative lakes a larger aipoiura tbtn
a thin ur normal une. Ilia t trill itrlp
is suggested In tbe irtlclt on cnlirg
Ing mil wrilu down your right tipot-
ure fur future reference,
Vou ara Improving In your work lid
are nul sborl of ideas and urigluallly
which will tike you fir on tba rotd
lo success.   Keep on  kttping oo.
You did uoi .-ii, lost' slump".
Prldiy, Halurday, ltd avary diy Bait
walk Ibt it. (I. Mtrket offers tome
thing special. Walch tba wlndowi, it
will pay you. on norm America
70 Vaara fp Buiineu.   OaptUI and Surplus Ovtr 17,61)0,000.
LETTERS of CREDIT
For our customers' convenlniioo wo liaue Letter* of Credit payaldo in
Poundt Sterling for uat in Oreat Britain and all part* of tba world, and
payable in Dollari for Mt III Oanada, Uniled Slates, Wex|oo, Bermuda, llu
liiiinim, (inliii aud tbe West Indies.
Wa boy and mill Drafti on Franco, llormuiiy,   Huutb   Africa,   Auttralla,
New Mand, India, China, Japan ami tbo Woit fndloi.
Two Offlcei in Nortb Vancouver, Comer of Lonidale Av*
and Eiplanade, Upper Lonidale Avenue, near Mth Street
i
Electric Household Appliances
for
Christmas Gifts
1   '     '' in,  gga
NOVEL, HANDSOME.  INEXPENSIVE, USEFUL
All our appliances operate by connection with an ordinary
household socket.
SECTION
115 Esplanade West, North Vancouver.    Phone 66
Council Meeting
The Wait Vancouver municipal conn-
ell met iu tbeir hall, llollylinrn, ou
Tnatday, Beeve Nelsou In Uin rhair
and Ibe following councillors present:
Mauri. Mathers, Uintahurger, flay,
and Merrick.
Battpaytri to Voto   on   Subdivision
Boad Olaariug By-Law
Councillor Olntiburger proponed lbat
tbe following question be put to the
ratepayeri on tbeir IibIIoI papers fur
the general election in January! "Are
you iu favour of the bylaw calling
on tobdivlilers of proporty to show
i'ii'iii'i'il twenty-four foot rpada through
tba property before seeking Ihu approval of tbe council t"
Coun.  Ulutitliurgiir'ii resolution  waa
lecomli'il by I'iiuii. Mather, uml passed
unaiilmouiiy.
An Afternoon to bt iitiviitini to tht
Propoaed Monty and Health By-Laws
The clerk waa Instructed to write to
the recorder of wuter rights asking tbo
date on which Iho waler commission
wili sil lu Vancouver.
The presentation of lhe 478,000 wutur
by law tiepeiiils ou the furl us lo who-
Iher or nol the municipality cun to-
furt' Miiiii'ii'iii miners' inches of wutor
in the rrceks in tin' vit'lnily of the
municipality.
The deputy minister of murine ami
ii-lie'ii, . will lie Informed Unit llic mu
ni. i|,iiir.   wili   not   oppose tho appli
iiiiini  of the  Wesl   Vanrouver Ferry
Company for ferry rights ul lbe fool
Arebblshpp McNeil wrote Informing
the council that the lluuiuu Catholic
church wpuld not object to the placing
of a culvert 2 feet upturn thrpilgb its
properly in I), L, ttl.
The I'lfil. was instructed to forward
Uio District uf North Vaneouver
$01111.111, ihis sum bojug interest pn tbo
Hcciiiiil Narrows Bridge debentures,
i in tim motion of Conn. Mathers, tha
gcnurul iii't'iiuiits wure passed as were
those uf tlio eugineoring dopartmeiit.
Messrs. Nelsou, Mathers uml (Jintz
burger were chosen to represent Wost
Vancouver in conjunction witli the
ilclugutipn of the Nortli Vaucouvor
public lue,h,- to Victoria on Thursday
to iuterview Promior McBride in relation lo the entry of tbe P. Q. E.
inlo Norlh Vancouver.
The B.'C. Market specials Friday
uml Hatunlay will save you money. Get
biisy,
Burrard Inlet Tunnel &
Bridge Company
NOTICK 18 HEHEBY GIVEN lhal
uu application will In: muile to llie I'm
liumciil of (iuuutla ut the preseut ies
sion Ibereof by lbe Uurrurd Inlet Tun
uei uml Briilge Company for uu oxteii
sion of lime within which lo commence
construction of its uiilhorized lines of
railway uml bridge anil tunnel.
DATED ul the City of Vaneouver,
Proviuee of Hritisb Columbia, this 22ml
duy of November, 1U12,
BIJHNS ii WALKKM,
416 Winch Building, Vancouver, U.
(•■., aolicilors for the Applicant.
Ottawa Gardens
Corner of Chestcrllelil Avenue and
Slatli Street, North Vancouver
A private school for boys of SOVBi)
yoars of ago and upwards. Easter
term begins Junuary Sth, 10|!|.
Prospiictus sent on application.
REGINALD H. BATES, B.A.,
Principal.
p, 0. Address,
Bos 10(18. Vancouver.
stop in norm Vancouver'! memai ue-
viilopnieut, will be fully explained. No
admission fttl No membership ftel
No monthly dues I A collection will
be taken up to pay tbe (taut apd othor
uecessury expenses. Subject fpr discussion (0 Iiii decided by tba meeting.
Bring a friend witb you. 18-18
a—mnm—m-mn—mmmmmm
BONB     OF     ENGLAND     BENEFIT
BOOIBTV
Lodge Weatern Boss, No. 896
Meetings of this lodge are held in
Ibe Knights of Pythias llall, comer of
Chesterfield aveuue and Fourth street,
nn tho lirst and third Fridays iu uach
mouth, al •■■ o'clock p. in.'
i'iiiiiiii.miiuiniiee; and applicutiona for
momliorsliip to lie addressed to Harold
l.ees, secretary, P. 0. box S2I1.  16-7-13
Stop! Look! Listen!
The greatest millinery sule of the
age. The Vogue is selling out al cost.
Stock contains millinery, gloves, bos
iery und Christmas gifts. The Vogue,
I.onsilule avenue, corner of lilh, North
Vancouver. 13-18
Single-Tuners, Socialists, Scientists
inni Students, Philosophers anil Think
ers uf luiiii sexes be ul the K. P. Holl,
nn Sunduy 'afternoon, Dec. loth, ut
1:18 o'clock In help lo slurl un Open
The special attention of Eleclori Is
drawn to tbe provisions of isction i tt
tbo ('Municipal Elections Aet Amend-
ment Acl, 1018, which roadi ai fob
lows:
"In cuse the registered boldtr pf tbt
fee and the registered vendee uuder ao
Agreement for Sale are both owners (n
deliuud in this Act) of tbe same land
or roul property, they shall both bave
Hie' ii«lii to have their namei entered
on ihe voters' liil, but tbe holder
alum' shall havu the right to vol j al
any innnii'ipal election, uuleis be, nu or
beforo (he day of election, by writing
under liis liuml llleil in lbe office of the
cily clerk, waives or reuouncei bii
riglit in vote, in which case tbe vendei
sliull be entitled to vote, provided bo
has oll lhe requisite ijualillcationi tf t
voter."
Forms of waiver in terms of tilt
above pruvisiun muy be obtained from
llie undersigned.     <
W. AUSTIN BBOWN,
City Cltrk.
cily llall,
.Nnrlh Vancouver. If 1-11
GREAT CHRISTMAS SALE
OF FURNITURE HOUSE FURNISHINGS
CROCKERY, ETC, DURING DECEMBER
The whole of pur $30,000 stock of Eurniture, Carpels, I lousefurnishings, Crockery, Etc., lo be praclically slaughtered.   Take this opportunity
and purchase for cash at wholesale prices.
EVERYTHING MARKED DOWN, $10,000 MUST BE RAIS ED IN THIRTY DAYS.   GOODS STORED TO CHRISTMAS.
The Home Furnishers, m Lonsdale Avenue
——
"EXPRESS" CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS
m
INTHE RACE FOR BUSINESS
The gentleman on the tortoise
miniums thc man who does not
Iwcrllu—the one who tries to do
business u il wis done in the days
of the tallow candle or Ihe oil lamp
Are vou in the glare of llic. I..
trie light -in lbc automobile of
Mettle III   Ml llnuin .'
Our Wanl Ads arc high voltage
' batteries, whether you want bgnl i
i or power   business publicity or I
competent help
FOE BENT
BOOKS FOB llKN'T-lleuwkeepiug
and single, iill Smi street ceat.     t.f
FOB HKNT -Four room flat, '.'ini 1st
Itreet east. Apply 1052 I'arkes Street,
flrandview. Id U
FOlt KKNT -I roomed modern hou
■ei, 6 minutes from ferry. Kent lit
per month.    I'een k Boult. I'bone lit.
FOB KKNT-6 roomed new, modern
bouses, on Fell avenue, near car line;
i'19.   II. MacKeuxie. I'lione Ut. Hit
, ■    ' . r 	
FOK KKNT- Five roomed new modern bungalow. Cot, 6th ami .(ones
Avenue. Apply I. WMden, 4J8 Wj
ttrttt weit. nu
I'llll KKNT Tuu I! room collage!,
water, is and »:i A. Hinlih k Co.,
II I.onsdale Avcoue. 20 18
Full KKNT froomed Hat, modirn
improvements, Imb and Boulevard. Ap
ply F. Iluulil, plumber. If
FOK HAI.K -High dry lol  in block
IS,   lol   16.   No   reasonable   iflfcr   re
fuied.   Apply  Pioneer  Bakery, I..   V.
1712
LOBT AND FOUND
Fill! KKNT   ii roomed house
n front
ill   I'lllui
e Hotel. H
■r II. H. Il.li,na. ilill
llolden
liiiililing,
Ui   Hastings
Hi reel
east.
t.f
FOK SALK—10 8, ('. While Leghorn
i .n.i good utility strain. I2U liili
street. Also some choice cockerels.
13 12
I I.OHT OK STOLEN—Saturday lasl,
j young black ami while dog, loug hair.
: Hit urn forked, corner Queen's and
Chesterfield. Anyone detaining same
j will be prosecuted. 17 12
I'llll KKNT broomed house, neit
lo drug store on 8lh ami Lonidale,
120. Apply II. II. Millard, 7.1s Um
dale avenue. tf
FOUND- Unl.l   tricycle.   Apply   ,l.%
Wilkins, illli   Iiiih  slreet   easl.    17 12
FOH HAI.K -Pulled, Black Minor
cas, Ii.iiii.I Plymouth Hocks ami Wlnlc
Hocks. Met cute, 21st streel uud Bridg
man. 17 12
FOH   KKNT   I room   modern   Imu
galow, completely furnished, batb, hoi
eud cold waler, electric light  neai ar.
Kent j'.'i iiiiiiiiiii)    Bui 162, Fipreii.
1018
• FOK BENT-Two futuuee healed
bcelrmiiiH, board if deiired ami use of
iilling room Willi open fireplace, ueaj:
Ml line.   Bat S4»». «•>»
FOH   KKNT  OK   HAI.K-Ou   easy
ler ins, mudern 6 room house, Hub itreet
block from I.onsilule, i.i feetilSO. Font
ed uml in garden. Kent ♦22 50. Apply
Wood k Hon, Kverybody'i Sbue Blore.
FOK HALK Nearly new 4600 Oer
bard lleinl/maii l'iano, fur j.'itu War
bnriiil/ Piano House, 41.1 Lonsdile Ate,
Norlh Vtncouver. t.f,
FOlt Hi M' M.ul.,i, apartment!,
furnished or unfurnished, disappear
ing licit; telephone and brat included,
Colonial'. Apartments, nth itreet and
SI. Ueurge's avenuo. Kin|ulrc apart
ment 6 or photic lumi f I IJ
FOEBALB
FOK SALE Kbubarb molt, heat im
portcil English ited. D. Holdiworlb,
Garden avenue, Uapilauo. If.
FOH HALK-Firit growth wood,
44.76 a rord. 0. McDadt, 144 61b street
•ait. I'ii.n..' VI. l,f,
FOB HALK A lew very cbolet
White Irfgbom (faltplt.. Apply 863
6th ttrttt wttt, Bttfh VaueoBvtr. If
FOK HALK Obcap, large roll lop
desk, safe and revolving chair, complete
and ill iu One condition Apply ti. P.
lun nun,, Boom 6, Aberdeen block, t.f.
WANIBD
WANTKD    liming girl ful American
C'efe.   Al,  Kaplauade Wesl. 17 12
WANTED—Hoomen, uio of silting
room. Apply 860 Firit itreet east.20 12
WANTED-Boom and board by
young business gentleman, Hlale con
veuienrci and terms lo Box A170, E>
preu Office. 6-12
WANTED Contra.tor for land
clearing, itpllc limits, connecting lew-
tri, learning, cordwood hauling by cun
tract or by curd. Apply .1. Vincent,
Nortb  Vancouver. 2618
_	
WANTBD-Oordwuod Ir, cut on your
premises, at 41.26 a single curd, 1*0
cull, ipet'ial price for larger ipuuiii
tin. Alio a i|uanlily uf 16 inch wood
for talt at 42.60 per luad Apply 1. 11.
Footer, 181 4tb etrttt eaat. Pbona 671,
88-12
MISCELLANEOUS
TO KXCAVATOHS- We will luke ull
the earth you have. Wallace Ship
yi nil, i.f.
For 6na watch and jewelry work go
to Ueo. Sum ilmi, tho uew jewolry store
at   Mil Louidela  Avenue.
FIHKWOOD Fir sluvc wood l'l per
loud, lenil' *}ii per Inu.I. lir cordwood
44.60 per cord. Bos 2906. Phoue int.
C.O.D. Prompt delivery.
NOT ENOUOH OPBHATOEB
Dressmaking Parlors, Ladies' Tailor
ing, Operu c|„aks, Evcniug Uowns re
modelled, renovations, elc. Prices mod
mile, lltj Hecond Htreet Kust, bib
duor from Lunsdule. 15 12
B. 0. Livery and Board stables-
Light rigs and ladies' iaddle horsei
fur hire. Hlabling for horses. Uei,
eral delivery and heavy teaming. N.
Dumas, 4th atreet wost. Plione 347 t.f.
MONEV TO WAN- Money loaned
uu diamonds, jewelry, furs. Hlar Loan
Co., 612 llu iin:  ,  Vancouver.       t.f.
Veiling lady rcijuircs position as
lady help, lloml needlewoman. H., P. 0
Bos   10117,   Nortli   Vaneouver.      17 12
Authorized agent for Hiugcr Hewing Machine Company iu North Vancouver. .1. .'. tM. Al..',., Dry i i.tn.Is ninl
duels' Furnishings, corner First mil
Lonsdale  Avenue. t.f.
Hhort limo loam ou vacant or im
proved properly. Hlar Loan Company
612 Hastings, Vaucouvor. t.f
High class furniture ami piano by
auction al North Vaueouver, corner
Hidgeway ami I2lh itrooti, on Halurday
next, 2 p.m. Ueo. McCuaig, Auc
tionecr,
Dressmaking parlors, Ladioi' Tailor
ing, ovening gowm remodelled, reno
vetlons, elc. 118 Second Street easl,
8th door from Lonidale. 1612
Take LiiuKibib' avenue car to .1Kb
street, go eait tbree blocki, then north
to I i'lie iud iee McOuaig'l flag. Elegant furniture and piano by auction,
Saturday next, 2 p.m. North Vancou
tat.
HINUINU Mr. Oscar Morfey, voice
producer ami singing expert, now al
lends al Warburnitz Piano Co's. rooms,
Tuesdays Oud Fridays, 28 year*' ex
perience. Hla'mlurd Methods uf Koyul
Academy,  Terms  on   inquiry.      12 12
Lund Clearing and Uradiug Loti,
Pete Aodruii, General Contractor. Be
wer connection! a ipecially, baiement
and othor excavating work undertaken-
Kslimatci free. 120 18lh itreet wesl,
Nortb Vaacouver, poit office box, 8903.
DISTBICT OF NOETH VANCOUVEB
Postponement of Oouncll Meeting
Take nolice thai lbc regular weekly
meeting of tbe Council will be held on
Friday ovening next, the l.'ilh inst,,
at 7:30 o'clock instead of Thursday ae
usual. ,
Dated at tbe municipal hall tbia
Oth day of December, 1018.
(Signed) WM.-H. MAV,
Beevi.
Bailway aud Wireless Ooncarm Short
of Keynicii to Transmit Mtuagu
WOUi new fudera.l laws in effect requiring railways aud ships lo be provided with more telegraph and wire
less operators, there ii a wideiprild
scarcity uf men and women to work
the keys. Tbe commercial telegraph
companies are also feeling tbe ibort
age. Ail seagoing vessels are now
required lo carry Iwo operators, when
one was deemed lufficiout before.
Hciiools for U'legraph operatori are
boding il extremely difficult to meet
the .inuiiii.I- of oil I'iiuii lee- of lbe
service. The Mono Telegraph Uuin
pany, opposite the Orpheum theatre,
Heal lie, will gladly mail you, upon rt
ipieat, a catalogue outlining tbt
courses for meu and women. Tbli ii
tho largest school of the kind In tha
Northwest. il l i.i
S. E. White
DRY GOODS AND
STATIONERY STORE
Doll. Toyi and Xmas C«rd4
now on Wow.
 *' i   1 i i    ■ )-mmmm
260 Firit Street bit
'   '
I —9i':
W. '
Kit
BATWAYBBB' MBBTINO
Tbe retepayurs' meeting called for
Wednesday eveuiug was attended liy
nearly 8fty inenihera. Mr, T. A. Allen presided,
Au minimal amount of ciirri'Hpniiiliiui'ii
was rmd and (Hail, , A discussion arose
regarding the Inadequate Are apparatus and it wim'lliinlly decided tti ask
tliu council tu pmviiiiiiti additional hose
And to place hydranti at all necessary
points lu the district.
t'uiiu. Westover handed the secretary a letter from the local manager
of the I). '0, Electric Ilailway Hompaiiy
informing the association that his company hail complied wlt|i Councillor
Westover'a request for a one-fare tar-
it? from i'iuiiiiiii' road lo car terminus,
Ou a motion of Mr, A. l'l. Waghorne,
seconded by Mr. Promina, the secretary was iiislriii'li'il lo give the thanks
of llm association to Mr. Wiistovuraui!
Mr. I'erry, representative of the ci
pnuy, and further to ask for a freight
cur service to Lynn Vulley.
Thu   : uu. i.el   intelligence  committee
SNAP
ON 18th STREET
WEST
One-lmlf Block Ofl Lomdale Ave.
Lot 41 x 132 Feet for
$1050.00
All Cash, or $1150.00
on Terms ol One-third
Cash, Balance 6 12
and 18 Months.
Agreements of Sale Purchased
H00D*S0UTAR
Phone 452 . P. 0. Box 2397
213 Lonsdale Avenue.,
(Ul general siecuuu ui oin»ori ter »•
ytir 101,1.
'   Ou a request al Ml, A, 9, frommo,
It was unanimously decided to hear
the candidates for tha ensuing municipul elections. i
Councillor Westuver umi Hclinnl Tnis
tee Purdie reaponded,
Mr. Westover, iu addreaslug the
meeting, remarked thit the closing
year hail Imui unsuccessful owing to
thu restricted ii.oiu'y market, lie thank
ml the association for its assistance aud
support, iim:' of Improvements -in
Lynn Valley for the year 11)19 was
given as follows; Hidewalks laid, il
plank, 7915 faet;Aft,; 8210 fee|| itt,
STO feat, lloads opened! ll'l fool,
1U,4(W feet) lii foot, 19,8110- feet.
Water mains laid; finch, 7811 feet) 1
Inch, 1159 feet; '/iilit-li, 8272 feet,
In coiicludliig his report be asked for
the support of the association for the
ensuing year.
Mr. I'unlie'a address was short,
lln was much dissatisfied wilh lhe council being unwilling to procure funds suf
tiriten! for the advancement of lliu iulu
I'liliuiuil department. After he had
asked for tho association's support the
Dinting adjourned without Humiliating
candidates.
$3,000,000 for Terminals
at North Vancouver
Continued from page 10
not   anticipated   when   the  agreement
was   uie .1    Because  uf  these
.lu-iiiilueiu i . the company was not able
io get the money thul wus needed. To
i'iiiic a sale ut n low price would hurt
liotli the company uml the goverument,
thereforo the governmeut should uul
compel ihe company tu dispose of lie-
beulures under existing condltioni. The
company liu.i succeeded in borrowing
ii moderate amount uu the debentures,
but if even thu entire proceedi were
devoted lu the Nurlh Hhore ihey would
^liul.muti' uue yard uf earth. Ily using
the luii|i however in building pities
ullil iu .lump llie must guild, llie eittire
ruud wuuld be finished frmu Vancou
ver lu Kurt (leurge within llie rontracl
period. If uu the other hand tip. com
puny were forced lu use this money un
tlie north siiure, delay Would Inevitably
resell uud the road could nut lie lln
islietl iii iiiiiirnct'tiinti. Wc run du
nliy miles elsewhere, declared Mr.
fur the eusl nf twu miles on the mirth
shore. The question wns, which wus
licifS fur the country ut large, tu force
construction un tin- north shure uiul Indefinitely delay the completion uf the
whule line, ur lu permit reasonable ile
luy in I'leiiie shure coustructiou uml eu
sure the completion uiul operation uf
iheHlilie   within   tlie  contrail   period.
$1.00 down, $1.00
week
The Canada
Pride
A Malleable
Steel Range
In l-lic last >i,ir He have   "I'l over one hundred of these sloven in
• North Vancouver.   This yvur we eipect even a heller record.   If vou
need u reliable range, it will [my )oQ to see Hits ono before deeding,
We  :■ ■ i:'>.■ nj11■ i■ ,il ".,|,.it- .-.in i';i, iit,,i on every range.
Patterson & Goldie
HARDWARE
Pbone 88
105-7 Esplanade Weit
NEWPORT
We have tome of the cheapest buys,   Good location
adjoining the original Townsite.   For full particular* iee
CARDINALL & MacGREGOR
104 EBPLAJi ADE
Ideal Agenti for Britiih Empirt Horse Iniunnct Co., Loudon Atturanct
mmm
Wt will be pltued to nest llttlngt; alto homte for talt or rant.
W V.O.VWmUt
... ,-i i.u..,..,,,  vuu...  .,. am*-. -w.-an'
muntbt. It wpuld be llie mutt expensive section of tht whole Hue, hut even
If built at usee, could net bt operate^
until tho lines were competed, Was
it good business to look up tint large
turn pf muney tu lie idle fur two and
ouu huir years Mr. Tlte cited tlie faet
tbit owing partly te difficulties attending the work and also to the fad
that the V, W. * V, railway already
has an approved route along that station, the P, O. I'i- route along the eastern ahore of ilowe Bound was not yet
completed and approved,
Deferring to certain advertisements
representing Newport as the real lur
minus of the railway, Ur. Tale declar
ed that bis company was nul lu any
way responsible for them, neither was
bis company in any - way counecteii
with them either directly or Indirectly.
In point of faet, bis company did nut
yet own any properly at Newport In
iit'iiiiii-li as the conveyance of property
under agreement hail uut yet buen
completed. Ilis company would eliminate ell such advertising if it could
do so.
In response to a question from Mayor
McNeish, Mr. Tate stated that his es
timate uf $10,11110,1101! for the coat of
the right-of-way along the north shore
was n'in luul through data gathered by
agents wliiiln the company had employ
cti. It hail been sntieipsteil that u
considerable proportion of this right of
way would be donated, but when the
company approached the problem prices
wool up enormously. He alleged- lbat
in one instance the price hail risen
to -1,uuu,iiuti ami nut a single cuuees
siiin hail been met wllh.
I.:tifi it was liruuglil uul Ihut the
({1,000,000 dill nut represent righl of
way tii.lt. but several hundred acres
for freight terminals.
Premier Mcllride here Interposed tu
emphasize the fact Ihul il was the iu
teiitiun uf the company ami the gov
eminent to provide Ninth Vuncuuver
with efficient accommodation for freight
ami passenger truftie.
Mr. Tate, in doting, declared lhat
the railway company would willingly
■ui'l. nul"' tu huve the section frum
Nurth Vaucuuver tu Newport romplet
cti within contract lime ami bafore lhe
railway was completed tu Kurt Qearge.
iluu. Thuiiias Tuylur, in reply tu
a i|Uestlou Ity V. II. Hridgmaii, sluted
lhal the West Vancuuver ruute was iiiih
being investigated. The chief eugiu
cer had not yet completed Ihe neces
sary wurk and was not In a positiuo tu
report. It was Mr. Taylor's Intention
lu consult the executive council in the
matter, but he could nut say when he
wuulil be ill a position to do su.
l'remier McRride in summing up the
siliiatiun observed that the discussion
had out liruuglil uut any new informa
(ion. The whole trouble lay in lhe al
legetl delay by thu company iu begin
ning cunstructiuu on the nurlh shure, Ihc
siliiatiun being aggravated hy Ihe ap
|u.ui,in. ut certain uilvcrtiseinciils re
presenting Newport as the terminus of
Ihe I'. O. K. ilailway.
As to the delay, its Importance after
all wts not very great in view of Ihe
statement of Mr. Tate that the lines
uleeiii' the north shure wuuld be completed according lu Ihc terms of the
agreement. Huwever the people having in mind the termi ut the act, wish
ed tu ascertain wby lhe agreement was
nol being complied with literally. In
the first i'lu"' the roule along Ilowe
Mound was not yet approved, and in
the secouil place an issue was yel outstanding as tu the right of way through
West Vancouver. II appeared to him
that If the government decided to
press Ine matter hefore these Hems
were disposed uf and tu exact the pen
ally for noncompliance, a situation
would thereby he created which wuulil
nut he tute,,ul,I, to thc public inter
eita.
Ai a rule experience showed thai rail
way companies never manifested a pro
nuiiii. nl aptitude for doing what the
people want juat ai the people wished
lo have il doue. It was, therefore, Ihe
uiual practice of the government, as
fat as possible lo he very pronounced
in their policy relative to iuch under
takings. Ai to railway companies ai
■oclated with the government however
circumstances might necaultatt a de
parturt from that general policy in
lume respects.
They must be fair to the railway
company. They were confronted by
Ihree difficulties; their right of-way wai
In pari not yet approved, their right of
way wai ai yet partly in dispute, tbe
aection under dliruision was the must
costly of Ihe whole line ai to construe
tint. Further thii lection wuubl nol
be profitable until tbe htltnce of tht
line wai completed and eight months
would be sufficient for constructing ils
•'lii miles of line. Tbeie statements of
the compauy ibould be given recog
uiiiuil In view of Ibe fart that the
taxpayers of tbe province wen behind
tbe project. This line wea intended
nut solely fur the benefit of certain
localities, but for tbe general develop
ment of Ibe province
lu al) fairneti, if tbe people got
more efficiency out of Ibeir dollere It
wat turely well worth while to follow
tbe plan outlintd by the company. Tbe
people of tbt nortb tbore would doubt
ItM rttogalat tka tut tbat ai a por
■WffjjtiPH        ffHW    W'*mmjtmai      —f—g     n    ^-vtajw
oue from tba vitw point of the govern
ment because of tbe guarantee of IH;
000,000 and they wore,"thorefore, duslr
out uf procuring tbe best value for
every dollar expended,
At to the right-of-way, when the pro
ject was under discussion It wail believed iiiui tbi railway could get through
the norlh shore municipalities at a reus
uniil,I.e eust. It was thuught that ilm
peuple being desirous of a railway,
would extend to the company a generous poliey. Tbe government felt al
| ilmi time iiiiii the people concerned
wouhl meet tbe corporetiuu In a generous way. It appeared however thai
instead of this, hostility had develop'
ed all along the line as to Ihe location
of righl-of way and tn the price. Many
property owners .had advanced their
price as high as possible--thus minim
deralandiiig had arisen ami had led tu
delay, honee it wouhl be necessary to
exercise patience with the situullun.
Premier McHride then lunl special cm
phasis upuu the fact thai Hm P. fl'
Ti. was nut a paper railway bul a rail
way in fad. The goveriimeiit wouhl
carry mil the project ami us the law
provided. The government at the same
time was hound to protect the securi
lies uml tu gel vulue I'ur the pruviuce
un the basis uf a Bquure deal fur all.
Itoforring to iu .....nn:- advertise
ineiil" the government however could
nut e,unu,i such things. rlucli advertisements were iu accuni with lhc
general custom adopted in such mat
ters. If ajiy pefsou who purpoai'd buy
ipg properly were to inquire of lllh
government, he wuubl Ilmi that lhe
terminus uf lhe line will lie Vuncuiiver.
Returning tu lhe muin issue Premier
McBride declared Ihut there need be
nn fear as lu the net uiitcome in lhe
in.uiei The line must be liuill mil
built according tu agreement. The cun
striictiiig cuinpany wus the greiitesl
railway building company nu ihc cuu
tinent, having under way very laTge
contracts for the Qraml Trunk I'lnillc,
the i'anailian Northern ami olber lines
iu addition to the P. fl. K. liallfay.
They had promised tu use their tiest
agencies tu cunlrul uiul hasten the pro
jtct. In fad Mr. Welch in a recent
cuiivcrsatiun had assured tlu1 Premier
that the lines wouhl lie completed wilh
in Iwo yeurs frum this autumn.
Nurtli Vuneuuier would lie properly
Irealed uml wuuhl gel efficient pussen
per ami freight futilities.
In flusing Premier Mcllride stuteil
that he would invite Mr. Tate to ill.
cuss the situation With the executive
council ami would endeavor tu imple
menl early construction alung lhe
North Hliure. Meantime he struugly
urged ihut the cumpauy and the muni
cipalities .'.nil' together ami suggest
eel lliul an effort he iieit.l, to get ull
parties together ill cordial co operation
for the |.i.iiinii iui, of ituerests which
were  uf   iiiiiiiiiii   value.
Mechanics Tools
Too Late to Classify
KOH HAI.K—Four room huuse, wilh
stable and chicken house, un lmii an
acre uf laud, cleared aiul fenced, in
lii" I,,, uiiun Price ;:'liuu Terms In
per ceut cash. Hal. $25 per munth. Ap
ply The Kxpreu, Ilox A178. Iillil
Tenders for Clearing
Tenders' will he received up Iill
December L'lsl, Iillil, fur clearing uml
rutting wood, lot 2, block II, ll. I.
211211.    l'u iin iiiiii    uii   uppliculiun   lo
.1   II   I'AMPHKI.I.,
l.ynn Valley.
AUCTION
Of High eOlatt Furniture and Piano it
tilt Curner of Bidgeway lud Twtlftb
Btrtttt, North Vancouver, fliturdiy
Nut, 3 p.m.
Including elegant upright piano,
couch, solid leather chain and rockers,
cobbler rockers, centre lablei, carped,
rugi, curtains, piciurei, pleclric fixture!, Iieininu,I-, -liuitt- |i,l.l.ii oak
buffet, niaisive cxleiiiluo table with
set of oak chairs with solid leather
seats, crockery and glassware, tabling,
cutlery, clock, liainlaoine combination
bookcase aud secretaire, drop head
sewing machine, cushions, three bed
roomt fully furniihed with beds, -heel-
ling, dressers ami stands, baby's cot,
carpet sweeper, tollel sets, blinds, car
pets, choice range, cooking uteniili,
kitchen table, washing machine, healer,
bay carriage, oil itove, garden tuols,
t-ii-, etc. flood) ou view morning of
sale. Take rar lu llth slreet; go east
tbree blocks, then norlh to 12th itreet.
The above lot Is practically new and
high class and will be sold without re
ttrve.
OEO. MctJUAIO, Auctlonttr.
126 Haitingi It. But. Pbont Ity. 1070
Cord Wood
P6U HAI.K Unlimited amount of
cord wood or itovt wood. Thompion
and Btuart.   Iboatt til aad XSitf   tf
r
nmmma^mmigww-'**•
T'T'I'"1" I    1
.STAmUfCTk.,
ft
When buying tools
onemustbecare-
ful in selecting the
best,
Our tools will stand
the severest test,
and every mechanic
i  - -  - — w" .9
and from us will have both the Makers
Our Guarantee.   -
paine & McMillan
NOBTH VANOOUVBB'B LEADING HABDWABE MEBOHANTB
Phone 12. FIRST STREET AND LONSDALE   P
N.V. Dock & Storage Co.
LIMITED
FOR LUMP pf\ i I
OR NUT     VAJAL
20 Lonsdale Avenue    Phone 568
PALACE HOTEL
Second Street Easl, Norlli Vancouver, B. C.
Possesses lhe finest roof garden on the Pacific Coasl.
Band conceit every Friday evening from 8 lo 10.
Hot and cold waler in every room,
Rates:—
European Plan only $1.00 a day up.
Weekly Rales $3.00 up.
Meal Tickets $5.00.
L. REDA, Proprietor
Baby Foods
Allenbury's, 80c a tin,
Horlick's, Hospital Size, $3.25 bottle
Scott's Emulsion, 45c and 85c
Zambuk, 2 for 65c
Other Goods at like low prices
i)
North Shore vrug to.
59 Lonidale Avenue

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