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Volume 11
N. V. Conwwtive
Association Meets
I'icnic To. Be Held-Addreas by (ion.
H. Cowan M, P.
A wall attended and enlhtisiastio
meeting ol the North Vancouver ''onsen ativa Association was held in the
dilatory method ol doing bus'ntss.
lieeve McNanglit, veiling hie feelings
behind a wealth ol nininphor, politely
told ilm councillor to keep his mouth
closed.
Coun. Bridgman, however, came tp
ward with „ iitolinii tq Um effect Unit
whereas council meetings are cullo.l lor
',,.,11 o'clock and whereas this council
did not commence business until alljr
Knights of Pythias hall Wednesday H "'chick on Thursday, 2fitb May, an*
evening. Ihe intereet in the proceed whereas to light's meeting is not callings was'greatly inereiiH.d by tho pie- sd Until fi.llll, therefore this Council
eence ol lieu. II. ('ow,m, M.P., wlpi | wish to express their disapproval ol
guvc a forceful and inspiring talk ou j'''' tflitrrlW method of conducting tho
Ihe doings of the recent session villi public bits'ness. Ihis mutinn wai
s|ieciol reference Io Reciprocity. 'Ih. passed t nunimouely, the reeve o'a rv
project of holding a merrier Cimscr- i«g Ihat Coun. Bridgman aud Loutet
''alia ii picnic in  this cily  ,. in    tlhtn I    transgressed   ipiile   as   o ten    as   all..
ted lo Ihe associatii n tu.d ..fin ti'.
tended diacussion it was > n n mousl)
resolved that eucb a picnic be lei I
and a committee^ of fiittcn wue ap-
pointed wilb full power lo carry   t. r
project to .annul,d on
Ileal, II Cowan Ml'. id'aJenil . il lie
Ihusisstic recepl .nn upm ria ll|| n
speak, lie referral iu lo. ins ot approbation-10 the aclivaty and bv nr;J
displayed hy the local , r an at. t o i ol
Ihe party, comparing it I,....rally wilh
that whidi exists al any point n lb
lloininuiit. In eiiiphu.-i'iii j Ihe ncc s
►ily for alsrtiless upon the purl ol
Conservative local organist! n n. Mr
Cowan iiointed oul clearly llu | us i
bility that instead of call ng lb ■ holts
together ot the end ol llie p.rod o
adjournment, July I'.uh. the go out
meat' might dissolve Ihe house an
spring an election before „ rtd's.iihu
lion bill was brought down. In con
ni.-a-lia.il wilh Ihe rcalislribuli.il i.ill
Mr' I'iiwiiii brought out very   clearly
thai    Colupnliilive    illlpo llalu ■'    of   Vn.p
uiuver constituency as at present con
stiiuted, declaring ihut Vuneouver rid-
inj contained about Iwo per c nt. o'
Ihe |iiipuliiiioi> ol the entire lluinino,.
tnsh—tl il the house were SoUlilUl d
on Ihat basis it would roniuin but lil-
ly inslMd of two hundred members u
si present.
In spanking briefly as lo the He i
prodly iesue Mr. Cowi n brought out
loiiibl) ils detrimental effects Iron)
the commercial, the provincial, Ih
federal and the iin|ieriul points o'
view. Hs declared that front info.'mu
tiotgathered |>ersonslly through trip
lo different parts of tbe cast llnil ;|i
sasUrn portinm ol Canada are over-
whdmingly against the pact, n I.id.
he dedared Ihat there hud nnl .been
any issue before the Canadian   public
North Vahoouvw, 8,0-, Kwpay, Jure 2, 1911
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Nu in ber 25
SCENIC INCLINE RAILWAY
NOW UNDER CONSTRUCTION
testa*	
Mayor McNeish Turns First Sod—Enthusiastic
Gathering Participates in Ceremony
.ti i.j...        '
Actual const ruction work on ths meows. Mayor MoNuish then lut mil
Grouse Mountain Scenic Bailway' tho first sod alter which he formully
started off wilh the rigbt loot lore-declared tho first sod turned in Iho
most yesterday ulternoon wh'ii Ma- construction of Grouse Mountain Scun-
ynr McNeiah turned Ihe first sod   in [ic Railway.
other member ol the couicil.
A molion by ('bun. Allan lor thu
council ma-.-Iin;-a. in concurs at the
hour ol 8 o'clock in future instead ol
IM as fointeiiy was also passed.
Mr. W. II. I.iiiiijley, sn- I ia a- ur. r ii
tho Nortli Arm Bridge anil Railway
Company wrote giving the totncil no-
l.fn'udiiiii ,,i Ihe intention of tho com
I puny to  apply  lor incorporation  in
order lhal  the Coiislriicliin ol    lb i
proposed railway and bridge might
arrived at.   The writer inlicilid   the I
I Iwu points between wliiib lho   br'd
thc presence ol a repreet nlstive tnd
enthusiastic gathering ot guests Irom
Vancouver and Norlb Vancouver.
Ths party came over Irom Vamou-
vi't- on the three o'clock ferry tnd were
joined by tbe Norlb Vancouver guests
when the whole party wss convcyu I Ip
a point about one hundred, yards
south ol tbe Canyon View Hotel wher'
preparations bad been mads lor thc
event ol tbe day. The arrangements
were carried out expeditiously an
smoothly under tho guidance of Mr.
V. M. Foulser, secretary of the Grouse
Mountain Incline Railway Ci,mpnn".
Ex-Mayor W. H. May as a director
il Ihe Company acted as i hub man
:'' throughout tho occasion. Iu his open
j would Ihj built us lollows; From *l ur-1 jll|r remarks Mr. May relerred to lho
tie's head on Ihe casl coait In a point j importance of tho occasion which had
I :n I). I.. 576 on tho western ,h ire, a. called llie asscmWy logethcr. He re
Jsaid Ihat It was thi)-intention ol Ih a fund lo Ihe Isct that tbey were
I Coiiipuiiy   lo   begin construction   as ■ about to witness the actual ihocplion
of a work which had long been the desire of all friends of Norlh Vancouve
but which even tbo moat sanguine hat
.soon .a incorporation had been gran
i.il litem by the provincial govtrn
mun I.
. Messrs. / Irwin and .lohn Alcxan '„,,» toped to ,«, brought t<, » sucos
tier uppeuivd ju-delegates asking lor , |u| jMU, ol tbi| ^j, date. ju ..„,
iniproveineiila al the wharl at l)un-1 m),'m Mayor McNeiah wilh Ibe gold-
daravo, Weal Capilano. Mr. Irwin said ] on ipade will, which lo turn the sod
Ibat lltcre were n number ol houses ; Mr. May enlarged upon the exceeding-
being built in lhal vicinity and that; |y imiHlttuii oul vbicb (!,„ ,„„„
nllliougli in some caaei some ol these. uaslul ulcnail bad played in lurther
homes were shucks only liter owners j„g ,|| n, „„,. commercial tnd in-
wrrc merely wailing lor wharl nnd duetrial enterprises and his gralilict
transportation lacilitics Wore erect- ,;,„, tfaat tbe time bad arrived wh
ing more pretentious structures. Mr. j, Wa| lo ^ .^j jnto ,„,,„.;,.;,;„
lohn AlcMintler usked il there was any j walla a project of such great momtn
truth in the rumor Ihat thc work bad I („ „„ N()rlh Shore and lo the lower
kin delayed. ! lnainiun(j   „   tfao Grouse    Mountain
|   The mailer was referred lo the en- j Soonic |nc|jn, H»ilway.
ginoer   wilh   n recommondelion   lhal |   Mayor   McNeiah,   iu accepting   bis
everything lw  prepared  lor tho early ; badge of office for the occasion, uume-
coinmviiccmenl of the work. ,|y ,bt ,psde hom Ex-Mtyor May, ex-
Tho Lynn Valloy Kalcpayers' As- prssstd the great plcaeure Ibst it si-
aocinlioti preseutd ibroe o|»|,licoti.n. f„rdad l,„„ to offidtte in ibe capadly
for impr„vcminl* m llieir ward lor the j„ whicfa he was partidpat'ng in the
approval ol Ibe council The first one ceremony. Il wae „n ouspidous evm
was a recommendation lhal a park j„ t)lc i,i,tury „| n, s^b vSh()ri,
Sits on Wealover r„ad in blocks 26 U„H ,m vbiA nad ima lllok^ (l,r.
sines confederation which hud eveited and 26, I). I. 21*87, and mcit.lionid ua waj,| |„ |„r nmlly Vl,nr, i)V ,|11)W, tt|,,
such iolsresl or whidi bud provoked | a probable price 16,600. Ihis was re- wor, JnKroslijd in Norlh Vancouver
•udi widespread and determined op-;'erred lo Ihe councillor Irom that h WM t ver„ happy circum.it-inc
l„„iiion.' So far aa Ihe conservative . ward. Thc urgent need ol t lire tp- ih,i tht cnlerpriae had fallen into tin
party in the home ul Ottawa waa jparalua lo co|«j wilh Ihe yearly in handi 0I promoters who were provin
concerned, thoy weie determined thai , creasing dsngor ol fire in the Valley ; tbcmaoivea capable ol prosecuting ii
lhal agroemenl should nol Ik consum- (was ulso presented, and thc pur- ;vigorously and wilb dispatch, it wot
mated without llie electors ol Canada .chase of „ imall chemical engine roil- |j|ct.wj»0 gratifying lo note thai Ih'
having opportunity to declare thoir ing iu Iho vidnily of 1300 wai rcconi ,original promoter 4 Ibe GrouaeMoun-
will concerning il al the polls and at mended. Arc lights wsro askoj lor on |Bjn j^i,. l_j|w,y Company is one
ths sons lime Ihe party bad not thc Church Koad. These Iwo matters wero w|,0 „ , j^.. wtl educated old rear-
.lighjsat doubt aa lo whal ih- result' referred l<> tbo fire and ligbl commit- „i jn (|,e ^,y „/ Vancouver, (lis hlen-
w«u» be.   A new  era ol  pros|»ri(> ,!«> witb power lo tot: |lification witb ths project places thai
wruW dawn lor Canada when tV't'oii- | Mr. S. Humphreys, lbs dly treuaur-a boy „( ,)„ i,,^ of one of the lore-
scrvetive party thus came toils own |or, aaked lor restitution lor damage Li,it enterprise lor Ihs devdopment
Hedcdarad his Wod thai Ihe nun 4 doue lo a dress belonging to bis ws-'„| (|„, resources of the Norlb ."bore
Canada would drive the Rcdprocily is- ter, whidi occurred while coming down „/ Burrard Inlet. Ho wns certain')'
sue out of the country lor all lime. Lonadale Avenue on Wcdnoadoy Morn-, filing a mosl excdlenr example lor
Mr. Cowan depicted (ho enviable po log. Mr. Humphreys slated that a;,|| t(„ youni[ a,^ „| British Colum
ailion oocupied by Canada iu Ihe cm- ! »pike projecting Irom „ plcnk loft op bin lo make thsir influence Idl iu. 'h
meidal wi,,ld ti^lay aa the   lin'i   be- | lho sidewalk by the aowcr contractors devdopment of thsir province.      N
was responsible lor (he damage. 'lhision|j. ,1,,^ pj^^t bul hosts ol sddi-
■nalter was referred to Ihecoiiudllor
lor ward 3 lu adjust.
In a letter Mr. Alex. Philip offered
for sale a sdiool site in block 16, I)
L. 666 al n pine ol UM), terma <
cash, balance 6, 12 and li moo hi.
and containing u nil about u,iHind
.1 on acre. Alter cunndir.i l.,p, I. v
ever, ibe ..il.-i  was doclin.'d.
The Capilano Flume Cq. wrote on
ewerjng ihe cou.ieitji recent Communication re tlie alleged unialo . m du on
of (he flame. Timi .aid thai. Ii.r ftoin
encouraging people la, us,, the Hunie a.
a aidawalk ihey endeivorwl I,;.' menus
4 placards toidiscou-'ge this |>iac
lice, and saying Ibat ihe Fiutite Co
were not responsible lor uny nciidmt'
which occurred from trajspossing on
thdr piupciiy.
tweaa the Euro|wa,i couulriee on Ihe
one hand and lho reawakening orient
al countriee on Ihe olher end unpbu
siied the nscetsity of building our n
lioual institutions on strong irrprriiil
base.
In tbe course ol his remarks the
speaker paid a strong and graceful
Iributai to tbe manner in wbich Mr. R.
L. Borden had handled Ihe afain ol
Ike oppoeilion is, the house during the
eeeeion ..nd showed bow Ihat by bis
•bte lesdorihip he had scored lime and
again against the government n ,twithstanding their numerical majority.
At the doit of hia address a hearty
vqU of ibanks waa accordid Mr. Co-
wtn mi>vod| by Mayor McN'dsb and
steondad by Mr. S. I). Schultl, both
of wkaua look occasion to exprtssap-
iwsdalion 4 tba recoguirrd slalua
whieb the local snaaulnu hod allaine I
u ons ol the |Vel«i»t debaliu a of I h
house and .as one who Was al all
linasa alsrt ami ready lo loi,k oll«r
Ih* bdanda 4 bit conalilueiii•> an I
fail province.
iioiinl wdl wishers will unite in wish-
big lor Ihe project Ibt highest possible
Alter the sod turning ceremony tho
party adjourned to the Cunyon View
Hotel where tables h id bent sol an I
where light rdroshments wero partaken of.
Ex-Mayor May, chairman lor (hi occasion, opened Iho speech-making by
expressing his great pleasure at being
preeent and called on Mayor Taylor of
Vancouver to adtlresa Ihe bunu,ucttcrs.
Mayor Taylor emphaai'otl lho gr.-al
importance which Ihe present enterprise was to the city ol Vancouver as
well as North Vanoouver, whih I
considered the roost sliipcudotis undertaking of its kind ever ptomnled
in North America. Very lew of Us fully realiie lite eccnic ativanlagca ol our
British Columbia, said Mayor Taylor,
and thia great scenic railway which ia
now lar on Ihe wuy will be the greatest ol our features which we will ho'd
oul lo tourists ull over Ihe world as
an inducement lo visit our province.
Speaking uf Mr. MoGuiggau, ihe did
promotor ol Ihe project, the muyur
aaid thut he hud once boon a carrier
boy under him on Ihe daily Province
Heeve Pound ol South Vancouver
aaid the preeent enterprise was mil
only valuable (mm s commorciul
Miiiidpoini but n gdod clusa of people
would be induced to visit our province
wiih a possibility ol eventually s tiling ihi..ugh ilus medium.
Dr. Howe of lho Vuneouver Tourist
Association spoke u cheery word in favor of tho proposition us did also
Ctpt. Lul.h,un ol Ihe N. Vancouver
furry direct orate.
Mr. Metiiiiggiin, chief promolor o!
tbe scheme asked lhal more credit be
given bis colleague, Mr. Miles, tjiuti
lo himself in connection witli Iho under Inking He aaid il wua uso'vas to
enlarge upon the rare possibilities
op.-iual by the final completion ol the
railway, bul hoped lhal lb- inleresl
already mifiiifcotcd ull over (Vnidu in
Ihis regard would uol Hag ai lime
progressed.
Mr. G. H   Mould nl tut of thi Express  spoke  enthusiastically in ItVoi
ol lite scenic railway and ol Ihe d'rectors in dnnge   Ho Ihoughl Ihe  Line
would arrive when Iho aharelioldets   o'
the Company would be looked up   Ij
with envy by thc few |Miople who   did
nol consider tbe scheme feasible   in
ibst  in  limes lo  come ihcae people
would nil tlia-ii frienda ol the chance
Ihoy once had to make a million in th
Grouse Mountain Scenic Railway.
Other speakers were Mr. Campbell,
i.preacnling the Vancouver Boatd n
Trails, Mr. Maxwell Smith, the gov
ornmrnt Iruil inspector, Mr. Laws n
of Iho munidpalily ol North Vancouver, Messrs. Wilkinson of N. Vancou
ver, Vincent of Vancouver, and Tomk-
kins.
A In-arty voto ol thanks was exteu-1
od lo Ihe chairman and directors o.
Ihe Grouse Mountain Scenic Railway.
mSTghCVr COWiCJI,
A Talakasr livdy ditcusaioii whidi finally ended in the passing id a couple
of nwttops mat the Usafure 4 Uie
district ""coundl at the lost evening
sseeion' ' The trouble arose from a
few remarks from Coun. isiulel, who
objects^ (ku alhe reeve 4 the muuidpal-
ily ori-iving slier righl o'dot,
as the meeting was convened for 7.30
BANQUET IN HONOR UF MR. HOLT
The members ol Ihe newly organized
firm of T. C. Hok | Co., North Van
HOY' THIEVES SENTENCED
The juvenile perpetrators ol tho recent   eeriee of mMs-rios whidi    have
couvsr, wbu will shortly occupy prom-1 been causing tbs residents   of   North
isss in the Hauls 4 lUmibun bu Id
ing al the coiner of l.onsd le Av.uuj
and 1st slaTeel on Wudnrsday night
| tendered a basmjuet lo the preaidunt ol
Ihs Company, Mr. T. C. Holt, on Ine
eve of bia departure lor England. The
bniepid waa bdd in I arum's Pavilion
Mr. If. V. baser presiding as chair-
nan.  Mr. Holt sat betwoen Reeve Mc-
location of Kdlh Road wrot" llmt he
Ihought il was partly ,.n Ibe rilo |n-
posed «l Ihe V, W. k y. railway.
Mr. Wmicii Archibald made oprl'St
lion by letter for Ibe remo'' il olrlun-
gcrous trorja and also 'or Ibe hiving
ol a ddeweik adjacent la, his pr.apcrly
on Doran ltoad.
Mr, 4. P. Um In regard to tbc jw* jjinughl and Coun, Allan of tl'S  df
tric-l cuuncil. After a sunif)lu,,ui repast toaiti were pn^wsod and speed.'
Ss mode. "The King," "Our dutslV'
tnd "The I tdioa" figured prominently
on the I oast lists a,d s|icccbes li>
Ihe momlwrs of the company were feu-
lurss.    Ur. Holt spoke of hs Int nd-
    I Mg vbdl in lbs old country as s trip
in which pleasure and budnees were lo
The work ,,' grading this Esjdonade be combined. He aud that M was hii
from Rogers Avenue Io (hs InJiun er-' intention to attend the coronation
serve was comnxicod Wednesday Horn- eertmonlei of King George. Ihs party
ing and this thoroughfare wnijli soft- broke nr *houl I ens. Prominent
orally has been undergoing «atf.yuls;o»s Gucsta who were presml were I Heeve
mused by the tower tulhorilics in MrNaught, T, A. Allan, f. I). McF.rr-
pursuieg (Mr destruction w<>rk will lend, V. Wilson, A. I'rouU, R. ('Iiauce,
be put in S Wmdlliap it lar tits use f   Bird,   .1. Badger,  C. U. i
were secured and tbey were  lodged in
tho police etation.
When heard before Mayer McNcish
and J, F. Foreman, .1.1'. on W.dn.s-
day iili.'inonii it dovcloped thst the
boys were old offenders, having teen
up several times nn similar charge,
and in view of tbie fm I tbe abovu
siiiilinco wus metod out tu tin in.
BAND CONCERT GREAT SUCCESS
Buiidmaster ('huiico and hia collec-
tion ol musical talent which constitutes ila. North \ allien-.ci Cily Hand,
thoroughly pi. and everyone al Wed
neaitay night'a concert at Victoria
Park. The program wus one wh.ch
residentu o| uny cily ure (e'd nu privileged to hear and the live hundred
or more |iooplo who were prcsenl thoroughly appreciated Ihe efforts ol tin
boys in blue. The grealcst success
of the evening was scond whon 'tho
cornet duet ''Cue, but there's Class to
a Girl Like You," waa played. In
this instance the cornet players gave
llieir solcction Irani tho verandah "
Dr. Y'crnor, which wus adjacnt to Ihe
grand stand. Hi, ami. ml. a cornel
solo.wilh a piccolo accompaniment,
was another rcmurkahly success ill
number uiul Wae heralded wilh rounds
ol applause. Thee bund c.ncrls,
wbich will be la. ill ut regular intervals
throughout Ibo summer, should be a
great inducement for visitors to 'at-
lend mi llie evenings uie wlnili they
ure held.
City Council Expresses Disapproval
At the cily cuuncil. Insl eveiiin,' a
loiter was receiveil from iho depart-
monl ol Indian affairs asking that lie
V. W. At Y. railway be allowed more
limo lo purchase llioir right of way
along tho watorlront ol (he North
Vuneouver Indian reserve.
In this connection u motion by Al-
durinuii Dick was pnss.tl us follows'
"Thut we write lho tl putt mm! pn,:
lusting tiguinst lho gin eminent nllov,.-
ing tbc V. W. k V. Kuilw'ny any privileges on thut foreshors ihut would
intellcru   with    Ihe   city's    proposed
roadway."
N. V. CITY EEHHIES LIMITED
Returns ior May 1911
Helmn tickets     .-II, lu.i.u
Commutation Tickets-
6 lor 26c   3737.nO
80 for tl     02H.I10
70 fo'rM  ,  2IHH0
Monthly   lickols       I35.0U
Vehicle Tickets     1372.2'i
Ereighl collected       22(i.ti6
Freight   prepaid    68
Sundries,   advertising revenue,
relila, whul'fago, ,1c    161.70
II 3il23.'Jn
SAVED FROM Dli'lWNING
Eurly oil Thursday morning Male
Han-h of the SS. St. George figured
promineiitly :, saving u mini iiuma.il
,| Mi \i liun li oni drowning in lit'
hungry waters ol Hie inlet. The mule
hud just finished supervising the work
of tying up the buul al lho North
Vancouver floats for l|ic night whn
a splash was heard from Ihe direction
of lite lefl wing lead. Making a hur
ried investigation a mint was found
dinging lo (he limbers of Ilic loud,
a boat was al once lowered und Me-
Ai'lhur was rescued from lis pojdlnus
plight.
Muy 1009-46668.20
May lllill   ihli.m
Certified correct;
H. E. Kemp, Soc.-Troas.
j   Rev. A. ■). I'rossor, pasldr ol N. V.
Hnpint church, will speiil. in tlie   In
I ul jl nl a- hull,  Lynn   Valley, ul   3 p.ill.
next  Sunduy.
{ Mr. and Mrs. P. Larson and Miss
Larson, Mr. Ilipbuin iuid Mr. Stevens
. ol Norlh Vancuuver loft lor a veak'a
I trip to Campbell lliver, Alberui, Co"
I mox, Courtney Jipd Nunuinio on'iues-
a duy,
obavviag lh»l it was su enlrem^ly | of tutooobiles aad vshicMltr Ire*.?   |aud U. f. Great
Vancouver so   muob annoyance,   were
eontenoed in tne police court on Wed
neaday to two years io tbo reforma
I017.
Those thdts, wbicb have been for ihe
most pari committed in ebacks, tenia
and houses i« Iho outlying pot lions 4
the dly while thdr owners were th
sent, Wero productive lo the ami; I our
disciple* of "Bo/flea" of divers "swag"
ney and -valuables in sonic cases
have both been taken. Two of tire
places robbed wore tbo shack ol Mr.
Vsslsrn and pertu r on 26th street,
from which shout 130 in cash was
taken and thc shack ol .lohn Huwclt
t>n 20th stroot where fnonoy and valuables to the amount of shout W)
were seourod.
The capture was adeotod by Police
Sargent fjttmert. Ihe Sorgout hod
two boys upder suspicion lor some
lime and on Tuesday bis susjiidons
were ajnlirmod when he obsorvod one
of tht suspects presenting » $2 iiil in
payment for aome car liukels. On the
boy's erred inuiniinsling spoil was
found in the poaaeta. The ntoco of
ths two othsr mesobws of the gong
FRENZIED FINANCE IN THE DLS
THKT OF NORTH VANCOUVER
Editor Express;
Dear Sir,-Aa „ ratepayer in Ihe districl of North Vancouver i cruve u
little spucu ill your columns under the
above heading.
When I lirsl suw Ihul book on Frcn-
lied Finance, little did I Ihink then
1I1 ii in au short a lime lhal the Same
/i.n.nd ,.(,1111 would lie inocululed into our 10 culled good citi/.eus ol North
Vancouver. My only aim ill wril'ng
this is to sound „ warning In my fellow ralepayers to watch and guard
ilieii iiii ,1 'Wata_L'''"'' I hose p.11.. -11. '
tucl il.a- l.l aft ol iu|) mil "I -la
bud Wore wo become un open flower.
The iiral proportion ia u guutunlo-j
of five per cent, on CI.'HHbOOO lor fifteen veins "Murk" Ihat means about
j|ti..ll-.' for sinI.in .- fund per year. K60,-
000 lor intereet, nitiking „ grund total
Of 196,343 |»r year, an amount C'|Uul
lo uliout our present total rovenue,
upnrl from lhal other pruposllion of
(360,000 bonus.        ,
Ih an 1 will ask our ratepayer) lo
carefully rounder whence will limy derive the monies ncccaaury to carry on
thdr needlul works lor the accommodation of our proaenl aud looming
population Ihul being our first ; III
most important lo center our tctivi-
lies on, I cannot as yet belidic there ia
any finaudal inslilulion who would
indict sucli a burden „n our young nm
nicipalily.
I say without (ear that no dliieu
having tho sole interest ol our district at heart would ever luster sucb a
proposition apart (font sell nggrun
di/cini 111, lln 11 the only remedy ia for ua
one uud all to cast sn honest ballot
tbe only moans at present available to
put our hands on tho cockatrice den
without bdng hurt.
Yours truly,
Al the lenience iif lite bride ut ihi
coiucr ol I "ih i.iici mul SI. ' ■.-, .1 •■
on Via.in. .I.;- , 111. Laura Kendall
wua united in 111,11 riage to Mr. .lease
McMillan of Norlh V'ancoua ri,y HV-v.
Mr. I'i" ..-r.
The morning service in lil. Andrew's
church -nt'.vl Snhbulh will be iilulei thu
uuspices ail the young p. ople's soei.'ty.
Itev. Honuld Mucl.i'iad will prcudi an
ii|iprupriule Keiinon. Subject "llie
CbaJlolrgS of Ihe Open Dour."
Ill thu evening the subject will lw
"DeflnjtjoO of True Religion." Alter
service lho pastor will give g brief lecture .for Ihe benefit "f intending com-
luiiuiciinls nnd till interest,1). Subject:
"Things Fundamental in ibe Chriaiiuu
Lilo."
Ab.mi eight or nine bonis will lake
purl in lho Cutes Cup mcc lonii.rrow
morning. The race will sturt from the
club house o( Ihe N. 'V. V, C Scrul'cli
bout I.-..■->■ ut II o'clock, the hundi
nippiil bonis leaving from 0 a.m. and
Inici As all the laajai- ure racing uc-
cording to previous |Krlorinance a
apleitdid nice is insured. Thu courae
will be Irom lho club house .noun I
Gumbior lslund und relurn, „ dislatiee
of ol{ liuuticiil milea or iipproximulv"
ly 6.t alandard inihi.
H- H- Wfr
There will Ira a public inuding in the
old L ol I', hull ni 6 p.m. op ^Qn-
day for I he purpose of considering Ihe
observance ol taho lord's |)oy in N
Vancouver. This announcement will bo
mude from the pulpits ol the various
churches in the dly.
Dr. Croasiy, assisted by fir. N,ew-
conibe, iwrformod a rather ddicate ^p-
ernlion upon Mr. Ogle ol lOlh llroot
on .Saturday iponiing wfwp Mf• <We
loft ayo was rcuov.nl. By latest ae-
«mh tm patmt* W tftn "try bio*-
ly aai an etriy naoypry is rApidcd.
'-_
INTERESTED AT STEAMBOAT
Mr. Colin F. due1 .on tuturnud uu
Tuesday from n I rip lo Slennilioil
mountain. Mr. lackson wool in tia
Hope, wulking from thut place 10 his
declination. Uo reports ihul tuo trail
for the first nine milea Is iu poor con
dill..11    but    fur    ill-   1eln.11l.il   I     ,1    llie
thirty four milea Iho wnl'.ing is hist
class, Ihe trail b.-mj hurd aud sm-i Ih
and running through a cuulry ni
beautiful us a park, 'lb n- ure eev-
einl hundred ptoupciini • now in tho
hills in lhal section nnl a great deal
of duvdopnwiit is under way,  mostly
J3
by Vancouver owners. The c.vieat ol
thc travel which has den loped may
be gauged Ifoni ihe fuel that o'j lha
return trip Mr. Jackson met K'^'"'
leeu pidislrinns uud three large path
trains all bound lor the new niimug
COUP- At the first lownsite qn thi in
ward joufney a large log liutvl ii under Construction nnd ia ju.4 nb"Ul eqta-
pleta.nl. In a short lime Ihis b.nsu
will provide excellent mcotnmodu.ion
for the Iravdling publico. Mr. .)a>k'
son was accompanied by his «'«. Ivor
who remained lo look after the fuTje
interests which his tatfwt had aciulrud
in ibis now famed camp. H is Mr.
Jackson'a iiitcnlion lo spend Ilm
grenbir p»rt of Ow stounii at 6l«tfl»-
boat_psrsoi)aUy.. ,   W^ Ih -m**ta/ea+JeammmM<,
^a^mmMm,w*mmrimmma«mm$tw¥mm > wl *,ma,t upsm ■
IWsisis—i       in t
Beautiful-Queen
Anne Silverware
There is no design Ihat hnajinme lo ns Irom Ihe pad which es-
JeHria^aj/uiiatry at d gruci this beautiful product ion in silver. At
s uh.I.- - you iee Ihu d'stinnlive i|Ualilies and impressive attract-
ivimoss nl lho d'tsitn In will h has bein added Ihe science ami su
perior workmanship employed in the HIKES laotory, giving Ihe
product ion a tpica of modernism which is unexcelled. We are showing many handsome l>a sols in Ihis pattern, also sugars and
creams, which will be most appropriate antl appreciable ae welding gllte.
Our wedding silver c.intpiieee Bonis of (he finest lines snd do-
buns ol Ihe times, in pierced, plain nr hand engraved pieces or seta.
Whin providing lor lho weddings of June, remember BIRKS' superior values in silver.
Henry Birks & Sons, Ltd.
Jewellers and Silversmiths
** "■ TCgi„g iiii,,,,,. Hatting. & Granville, St..
NORTH VANCOUVER CITY HEUHIE.S, LIMITED
TIME TABLE
TAKING   BPPECT  MAV  FIKST,  igu '
Leave Vancouver 11.20 a.m. and
tliereuflci every 20 minutes until
7.0t) p.m. Commencing 'i in p.m.
every 30 minutea until 11.30 p.m.
thereafter 12.16 and 1.01) a.m.
WEEK DAYS
Leave North Vancouver 6.00 am
antl thereafter evory 20 minutee un
til i nn p.m. Commencing ,.:iu p
m. every III) minutes until 11.00 p
m. thereafter 11.16 ami 12.16 a.m
SUNDAYS
Leave   Vancouver  7.10,   8.20 antl
0.00 thereafter aame aa weekdays.
Leave North Vancouver 7.20, 8.00
and 8.10, thereafter esmo as weekdays.
1'ASSEc.GER RATES
Single fate 6c, 6 tor 26c, 30 for »l, 70 for 12.
.-i I iiiiils-i wagons, irueks and
drays, 76c relurn.
B—2 horse express carriages and
hacks, 6l)c return.
C—I horse express buggies and
aittos, 26c return.
VEHICLE HATES
All tbe allow- rates include driver. Rates A and H subject to 20
in-i cent, diecount in Iota ol 60.
FREIGHT TARIFF
I'd   100 Hid.   i.ile, 6u.
Minimum rate, 10c.
Time-table aubject to ebunge wilbout notice.
Compuny not liable for delays, accidental or othsrwise.
West Vancouver Motor Launch Service
Launch "West Vancouver," Captain Pintllay
Licensed lor 35 passengers
TIME TABLE
Leaves Vancouver
Leave Weet Vancouver
8.00
WEEK DAYS
8.30
10.00
>
10.30
12.00
12.30
14.00
■
14.30
16.30
17.00
18.00
18.30
22.00
(.Saturdays only)
22.20
10.00
SUNDAYS
10.30
11.00
14.80
17.00
17.30
18.00
18.30
21.30
21.60
Single Fare 15c.       Two Tickets 26c.
Quickest route from Norlli Vancouver lo the. district beyond
Capilano River. Launch "West Vancouver" mskes connections, without L11I, with the lerry steamers from Norlh Vancouver, ss per shove schedule.
NORTH VANCOUVER
UU in D.L621, BAYVIEW($300
to $325 per lot; $20 cash and $15
per month; or $50 cath and $10 per
month; or $100cash, 6,12,18 mtiu.
S. F. MUNSON
BROKER     333 Pender St W.      Phone 5654
ERINDALE. D.L 662
Between proposed SECOND NARROWS BRIDGE
snd NORTH ARM BRIDGE on Keith Road
FIFTY FOOT LOTS, $330 !».£■_*
wWP,MftTowr""ftf>T     \
Water aad telephone eervice is being put into dietrict now and
route has been surveyed for carline.
v     RMclURG
340 PENDER STREET      VANCOUVER, B. C.
WATER NOTICES
NOTICE is liewbTgivsn tbsteMP-
plioalion will be made under Part V.
ol the "Water Aet, 11100," to Obtain
a license in lho Pistrhn p| North Vnn-
couver, Qmup I. K#w Wsstmlniter,
(now Vmsoiivsf flistrjgt),
(a) Tbe name, address Mid neeiips-
tion   ol the   applicant- -ilia I oipora-
tion ol the Pislriot ol North Vinw-u-
ver.
(H lor mining purposes) Free Miner's
Certlfleats No,
(b| Ths nninii of the Inks, jtweni
or source (if unnamed, the doeerlplion
ie)-MoCarl»oy Crook.
(0) The point of diversh)n-»About
601) laot south ol the northern baun-
ilurv of Distriot Lot.2076.
(if) The quantity nl water applied
lor (in cubic loot [nr second)-2 eubie
llSJt pel   second,
(el The character ol Ilm propoa.d
worse-Woollen dam and 'ntake.
(1) The premiers on which ih" water is to be used (describe siiiiin)--'lhs
Dialrict of North Vancouver,
(g) The purpoeee lor whiib the water is to be uaed-Municipul purposes.
(b) II lor irrigation deseribs ths
laud Intended to ne irrigated, giving
aoresge—Not lor Irrigation.
(I)   If the water is to be uai-d lor
power or mining purposes describe tbs
place where the water is to ba return
ed to some natural channel and tb
difference in altitude between, point o
diversion and point ol return—Not for
power or mining purposes.
(j) Arsa of crown land intended lo
ha ocoupied by lbs proposed worke-
None.
(k) This notice was posted on Ik
29th dsy ol April, mil, and applioa
tion will be made to the commission
er on the aecond day of duns, 1011.
(I) Givs ths nanus nnd addrusses o
any riparian proprietors or licensees
who or whose lands ars likely to be
effected by the proposed works, either
sbove or Mow ifce outlet —Thomas
Aitken, Harold Hrenton. Conrad and
Henry Hewitt, all ol Nunalmo, snd
P. II. IIepburn1/-Mainiy--Br'1lcCarlnoy
antl E. W. Mao/aian, all ol Vancouvor.
Note—One cjihic lool per second is
squivalent to 36.71 minora' inches.
(i|) The li.iiiinl.iins and araa ol tb
municipality are as follows :
All that piece ol land commencing at
a post marked U. F. II, tituate on tba
westerly shoes ol lho Norlb Arm of
llurrard Inlet, being the northeast
corner ol lot numbered 8.2 in tbs District ol New Westminster; thence i,eet
along the norlh boundary of eald lot
numbered 872 to the north -weet cor
ner thereol; thence in a westerly di
reel ion to the north rant corner ol lot
numbered 066; thence west along the
north boundary ol said lot nuuiiiereil
064 to tbe north -east comer of lot
numbered 086 situated on Seymour
('reek ; (hence west along ths norlh
boundary of said lot numbered 9*6 to
tba north west corner ol said lol;
thence in a westerly direclii* lo lbs
northeast corner of lot niiinbeisd 876;
thence west along the north lotindar-
ios ol lots uumlterad 876 and iU end
a line produoed lo the lutarsiii ion ol
the const lins on Howe Sound . lluiira
southerly along Ihe coast Lnet,|uiinl
Atkinson; thence east alone; ll no at
lins and norlli ahoro ol llurrard Inlot
to a point in tlie south-weal cni'iur ol
lot numbered 273 , Ihenre it rtl, along
Ihe west boundury ol snd lol to lbs
nm th -wesl corner; thence oi.il sioug
the north boundary of aaid lol mini-
benil 273 and lot numlaretl 2,2 to ths
northeast corner ol aaid lot , umber
ed 272 ; thence south along the susl
boundary ol said lot lo '.he ini eviction ol the shore line ; thence easterly
along Ibe aaitl ahoro lino to Kucha
Point; i In n-,- northerly ah ng th •'
west shore ol the.Norlb Arm ot llurrard Inlet aforesaid lo point of commencement, and containing one hundred square milss, moro or h- as;
(rl Approximately the iiuuin ■> i.i u
habitants is 1600.
(Signed) THE COBI'OBATION  OF
TJIE   DISTKICT   OF   NORTH
VER.   '
JOHN 0. FMtMER,
12-7 C. M. C.
WATER NOTICES
NOTICE is harotiy givn that an up
plication will be made under Fart V.
of the "Water Aet, MOD," to obtain
a licence in ths District ol North Vancouver, Group I, New Westminster,
(now Vancouver) .district.
(a) Ths name, address sud occupation ol tbe applicant—Tbe Colouration ol the District of Norlb Vancouver.
(If for mining purposes) Free Min
er's CertificaU No.
(li) Tha name of lbs lake, stream or
source (If unnaatee, Uu deeoription it)
—Creek running through Dietrict Lot
622 and crossing Ksitb Road about 10
chains wset of east boundary ol said
District l-ol.
(c) Ths point of diversion Iu Dis
trict laot 622 at or about 10 chuins
norlb of tho Keith Koad.
(d) Ths ipinntily of water applied
for (in eubie feet per eecond) 2 cubic
(est per eecond,
(e) The character of the propned
works—Wooden dam aad intake.
(f) The prenlsse on which the water is to lie used (deeoribe sstne)-Ths
Dietriot of North Vancouver.
(g) The purpoeee for which the wa-
ter is to be uaad-Municipal purposes.
(h) If lor irrigation detcnlie tbe
land intended to be irrigated, giving
acreage— Not (or irrigation,
(I) If the water it to be used for
power or mining purposes dsaeribe lbs
place where Uie water is to lw retunt-
ed to somo natural channel, and tne
diftrenee in altitude between point of
diversion and point of return Not for
power or mining purposes.
(j) Area of Crown lead intended to
bs occupied by tfae proposed woiis-
None.
(k) This nolice was pooled on ths
»tb day of April, ll)|l, and application will bs mads to the comwenoner
pn the Second day ol 4*u, J»1I.
(I) (Jive the nessce and addreesee of
any riparian proprietors or liosnsces
who at whose lands ars likely  po be
raft
rancouver. The bales* is
Indian rsserve.
eubie foot per jtecoad is
36,71 misers' inches,
(q) The boundaries and area of the
municipality are as follows:
All that piece ol land cu
at a post marked (i. F. P. ailuaU on
the westerly shore of the Norlh Arm
"I Burr»nl Inlet, being ths north-a.it
corner of lot numbered 872 in Uie Dislrict of New Wealminatat | lhatscawest
•thing the north boundary of said lot
numbered 872 to tbs norlb-wesl cairner
< hereof; Ihetjes in * westerly direction
to the north-east comer of lot numbered 066; thence west alonx tba north
boundary ol said lot numbered 066 to
the north-east corner of lot numbered
086 situated on Hayniour Creek;
thence weet along the north boundary
of said lot numbered ons to the northwest corner ol s»hl lot; llu nee >n a
westerly direction to Ibe north-east
corner ol lot nueafawid 876; Ifaenc*
west along Uie north baiuiidiiri, a of Inia
immlwred 876 and Hi aad a Una produced to the intersection id ths unset
line on Howe Sound) theme southerly along tke coaat line lo Point Atkinson ; tlienoe eaet along Iba c ait
linn and north shore ol llurrard Inlet
to a point in Ihs eoulb-weat eorner
ol lot numbered 273; ihence norlh
along the weet boundary of said lot
to tha norlh'West corner ; Iba—at eesl
nlong ths norlh boundary nl sa:d lol
numbered 273 and lot numbered 272
to the north-east corner of eaid lot
iiiiiiiIhiiud 973 ; tina.-e south along Ike
oast boundary of said bt to tlm Intersection of tbs shore line; tin ace
easterly along tha eaid shore line to
Roche Point; thence northerly alone:
tha west sbore ol the North Am of
llurrard Inlet aforesaid lo point of
commencement, end containing one
hundred square miles, more nr less :
(r)   Approiiniatcly the number of inhabitants is 1600.
(Signed) THE CORPORATION OP
THE DISTRIOT OP NORTH
VANCOUVBB.
JOHN G. PAKMEB,
13-7 C. M. C.
VJK ■---.
PUBLIC  SERVICE ACT
Tbs i|ualilyiug exaniinulion. lor
third-class CUrts, Junior Clerks and
.Stenographers will In held at tha following places, commencing on Monday, lbs 3rd July next;- Armstrong,
Cbiliiwack, fussbaviaad, Gotcha,
Grand Forks, haiabiops, Kaslo, Eel-
owiin, l.adysmitb,' Nanuimo, Nalsoa,
Nsw Weslminster, North Vancouver,
Peachland, KaveUloks, Ri.asb.nd, Salmon Arm, Hammerland, Vancouver,
Vernon and Victoria.
Candidates muat be llritish subjects
between the agos ol 21 and .10, if for
Third class Clerks ; and between 16 and
21, il lor Junior Clerks or Stenographers.
Applications will not he accepted if
received later than tbe 1Mb of .funs
nest.
Further information, together with
application forms, may lie obtained
Irom Ihu undersigned.
P. WALKER,
Registrar, Public Service.
Victoria. B. C, 27th April, WHIM
APPLICATION    FOR   LHJUUI    LICENSE
NOTICE is hereby given ibal al the
next sitting of Ihe Board of   IJcetse
Commissioners   for   Ihe • District   ol
North Vancouver, I, Ihs undersiuud,
intend   lo  apply (or a hotel   bcose
for   premises situate aa Haalley    Island,   Eagls Harbour, I). '.. ?i4,   in
the said District of North Veamnver.
W. D. PARKER.
Dated at Norlh Vancouver,
April 27th, 1911. I'
m\
i mi
NOTICE
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given
tbat, under the authority coolasiaed
in section 131 of the "Und Act," a
regulation bee been approved by ths
Lieutenant-Governor in Council firing
the minimum sals prices of first and
second claw lan.li at f 10 and |6 per
acre, respectively.
This regulation lurther pi..ml.a Ihat
Ihe pricee Used therein shall apply lo
all lands with respect lo whicfa Ihe application to purcfaese is eivea favourable cousideraliua alter this date, Ba,t-
wMbstsnding the date of auch eppli
cation or any delay ibal may nave
occurred in the coaeideratioii of the
eaate.
Further notice is hereby gives, that
all psrsoos who have /lending sppHca-
lione to purebsas lands under the pro
virions of sections 34 or M of Ihe
"Lead Act" and who are not willing
to complete sucfa purcfaauee under tabs
prices filed by ibe eforaseid regulation
sball be at liberty to withdraw eaefa
applications aad receive refund oi Um
moneys deposited oo account of suet
applications.
WILLIAM K. BOSS,
Minister of Lands.
Department of lands,
Victoria, B.C., April lid. IMI.  /-«
COAST DISTRICT, BASGK I
TAKE NOT1CK that Uu Vancouver
Timber (i Trading Cotapaay, IJmited,
intends to apply for permission to
puicfaaee Ike following dsacribsd lauds:
Commencing at a post planted at tha
Northwest corner 4 laot IK, Iheace
running eouth 29 (hafass, taWs west
(hatins, thence north 28.09 Alias,
(banes eaat 80 cbains, Iheace »o"'lh
8.09 chains to place of cosnaBeaeesteat.
VANCOUVEB TIMBER * THAI)
ING CO. LTD,,
V. B. VALGHAN, Ageol.
Dated April 10th, l»ll. 1*7
Great Hosiery Sale
Tlie following lines will lie offered mi KuLuviluy uud
Monday.   Note them :
50c and 76c values 25c a pair
I'luiii silk lisle thread, also cotton embroidered uu I
lace lui.se, in liluek, tan, brown, reseda, hello, white,
Copenhagen, etc.  Great range to choose from.
35c tt) 45c values 17jc a pair
Plain cotton and lisle thread hose, in black, tan or
grey. Good quality, well shaped and finished.
Regular 65c Hose, 3 pain for $1.00
Women's open work silk lisle thread hose in striped
designs in all colors and black, unusual value.
Regular 30c to 45c values for 15c a pair
Women's fancy colored lisle thread hose in assured
patterns.   Extra special at this small price.
25c cashmere hose 12/x a pair
These are in plain black and well made, shaped sn I
finished. The wearing parts ure extra spliced, Hi es
for women.
Children's cotton hose in tan, black or white open
work designs.  Hegular 35c values for 10c a pair.
Gordon Drytdede, Ltd,
575 Granville Streeet
Vancouver
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Vancouver Buslnea, Directory
ACCOUNTANT-
W. T. STEIN & CO.
CHAKTKKKI)	
  ACCOUNTANTS
}I9 Pender street, Vancouver
and
North Vancouver
• ATHb
Kallethe's Bdi.li
Corner Homer and l'ender Sts
The only up-to-date and reliable bath houie in British Columbia.
We cure where others fail.
Satisfaction guarauteed or no
pay. Plain baths, electric bath .
shower baths, massage (or body, scalp and face ; electro therapeutic baths a .specially.
JOS. KAI.U'/.H),, PROP.,
Graduate of Berlin,.Germain
BUSINESS COLLtGES
SPR0TT-8HAW
Business Institute
•      336 Hustings St. W.
Caaaie's Qreateet Watetern School
B. J. Sprott, HA., ■ -Manager
PITMAN'S
iuMiifss College
63a Seymour St., Vancouver
Day school open all the year
round. Night school commences September 8th.
Read   th«   Express
WANT ADS.
LADIES' HAIRDRtlfclt-G
l'KRMANFNT HAIR WAVI
I'Aaiy lady lungs tubavs wavy hair.
it is now wiiliin tbs rsach of  svsrjr-
oas. tot sons years eat bsir has bees
firtiiaiieiilly waved, Imt Ibe piorsetit
ad to unasrgo wss loo sevsrs lor ll
to be applied lo bsir on the hsad,
but now icisnca bss dinovired a see-
iliuii by wbich the bsir can be waved
without injury lo bsir or i.alp. Tht
wave will not ks.Ii out and datap
weethsr will not effect il. The pro
cess (saves the bsir soil aad wavy. Il
has become the rage in l'aris, latw
liun and all (lie large cjtiee of Ifat
.Siatiia. .S|Hia ini raise lor 00s a.iatfa.
Any iiifairniiiti.m regarHinv the warn
will be gladly itn.-n l<> any ladies who
will call or writs to
MADAM..: llliMI'IIHKVB,
733 l'ender Street.
GRoctne
CHIiAPSIUE GBOCERV
GEO. WAGG
Groceries and Provisions
Wholesale awl Ketsil
116 Hastings St. (downstairs)
Delivery Tuesdays and Fridays
RUttHEMarAMPB
THE GEO. H.  HEWITT CO.
Manufacturers
Ni'MiioR kumki mm
Sign and Price Markers
10 Fairfield Bid.      Font Ej»7>
wiAt- wm
Korkuliitt (iiaraotM k
ktmih torporatjon lil
440 Seymour Street
REAL ESTATE
LAND AND MORTGAGB
INVESTMENTS
ESTATES   MANAGRD
FIRE INSURANCE
R. Kerr Houlgate — Manager
RCSTAUIUNTa
All Norlb Vsncouvsr people »tv4 at
LEONARDS'
Kitlisr Flack Block or HasUngs St.,
opposite tbe new post uffice. Laoaard
sells liia lea by tbs pound.
North ^NcoUVeh
HOSPITAL
cosooorao er
THE MISSES DAW SOU
^remnWatl^"4
mnm Ud md m tamtam
For terms apply al lbs Hospital
t lilb Kiwi Kasl.
ruouc a*
m 1 Mil
AU new bouses should bt piped (or gas ia order to save tie
heavy cipenditure (or this co»
eeaisswe at a late/ daU,
V. V. LIGHT, HEAT *
TOWER CO, MWfffP,
mam
FOR SALE
300 Feet of W.Ur-
fronlage with crowa
grant, known m
Wallace Shipyard*.
Terms to suit pur-
chaser.   Apply
H. H, DEVINE,
Saymour St
Vancouver
Q'ntral ContractlM
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552-DISTR1CT LOT-552
11 i
THE WEST END OF THE
CITY OF NORTH VANCOUVER
———Mm ■■mainmini iiwiiii i ■■■■■——■— ——msh—s—
This  New Subdivision will b$ put on the market shortly.
Large  Lots,  Cleared,  at  First   Prices. Southern  Aspect,
Splendid View.        ' Within half a mile of the Waterfront
Capilano line of the B. C. Electric Railway runs through the
property, giving a regular service. = ===
LONSDALE
525-6 WINCH BUILDING
Phone 2835
OFFICE
t
Vancouver, B. C.
"DUNLOF'Hose " ' ''"'
"CYCLONE
"BAPCO
Every I. ngih guaraniu >l
jy    I'JiNl.l. and (JAIES.   Wears North
Vancouversgenlsloi lli • fui'.riai- leucine:
a*    )'{})()■:   I'AINIS  ill all  liiltirs and
liiiishcs
"CHANCELLOR" "^"'^ES
Garden Tools of Every Description
The J. D. Fraser Hardware Co.
Phone 58. 143 Lonsdale Avenue
The Brackman-Ker Milling Co., Ltd.
*r~^*"*-T-~1"'-   I        P     '        ■»    ■>■ ■»'»■■   ■'■—iiswajJi.aiW.wr      ■       sw-Sswsjt    I
HAY, FLOUR AND FEED
Poultry Supplies a Specialty
All Orders Promptly Attended to •
MOVED TO
as——ap—TaWi
116 ESPLANADE EAST
PHONE 4
Pianos Tuned
aSaayaa^j^aataaaaaaa^aaaai    I la  a aja am. a laililliaM] a . aiaail lal^ajaaajwaaw.
Eslimstes given ior Polishing, Repairing, etc. to Pianos & Organs.
Single tuning, M, twice yearly |6.00.
Do not rM huving your pan,, spuHl hy on iitcoinpilvul Hii.cr when
you cun gat in expert (o do llie work nl  lb.-
Sai. 8,,'a,,'.1, ,'.'—I V    i\?u*M»
-—SS
=5=
Warburnitz Piano House, Limited
443 Unsdale Avenue Phone 114
II    0.   INVESTMENTS    HiCAIIIII II
FAVOKABLY
Canadian iiivealoienla acre naur re
iiirdcd nionj Im,.mill, in Ureal Hri
lain, is Ilic report ol Mr. A. I). Mc
II.I.- ii Hiiliah i ulauiliia f,D mcicr, who
haa rcluined from a Inisine-a (ri|i ti
Iliu nlil country. Dr. llcilse is known
for his coniicclioit wilit Ilic Caitadiuii
Ninth J'adhc Fi-hciioa, l.lil., whicli he
promoted, ami ae vice president of lbs
Canadian w.t..,. l .mil,, a Compsny.
which  is iolercstcd in Ibis   province
He is nllO  naa.irilll.il   Willi  1 .,I..11. I llu
vitlsou, Sjr William Man-km ic and .Sir
Donald Mann in numerous oilier en
<cr|irisos. One of bis flotations while
in '.i.-a.t lliitiiiia «as tin- dcbcnluio1-
auc ol (3,IHHMKM) „[ the Columbia Hi
ver tuinlwr Company al Uuldcn, wbicb
llllS     baa I,     a.|,aaa| 1,1,1   |,y    I la        I  .ill,ell.u,
Western I miil.-i Company Hr. Ma
Hui' says liml particular inlcrtal ii
I liken in thc Canadian Waal and ill
great reeoufoss, as was cvidciiod l,y
tltc prolong™ slay ol Sir Kdwanl
l.i.iiiiitl ami parly wbicb probably re
pre.untud more solid inv. si in.nt capitul than any oliur group ol capitalists iin.i ever .a.in.- ti, tiiia country.
Nol only are present coudtlious good
lor Canadian enterprises in Ibe I nn
dun market, but lor many yeare (here
will Im available lunds for legitimate
propositions. There was sunk' crili
ai.in about Certain timber llotalioni
liad„ii«,. tl,,. promoters endeavored to
raise more money then wae warrant
ed, but ou the whole British Columbia limber was rcgerdi.il very femr
ably. Al en inslan e 4 how money
was turning Inward I euadiiin securities, Mr. Miller remarked tbc over-
subscribing by HI per a-.nl. of tbe
converliblo etock of Ibe Canadian
Nortbsrn Kaiiwuy iii London. Mr. Mc-
Uae secured ri.'»«i.i«'<i for a lergt
trad of land in Seaketcbcw, n owned
by the Canadian Northers Bailway.
tai. Thc smallest Hrilisb investme ,ti
are iu tbe land, lumber, mining snd
liniitii-iiil seeuriliee.     Most of (he Ho
i
minionjs financing is done in (iraat
Britain, lu one case, laic in IDtfi,
while Kansas Cily financiers were
bucking a. new railroad l.r Alberta,
their money was obtained by means
ol a public ll.atailii.ii in Inndon.
The (irollo, near Ihe Perry whirl
[for Ibe best in Fruits, Confectionery,
Tobaccos and Fountain Haiulies, du-
lily. Seeds and Campbell, proprietors.
166
I >he was eighteen and very by, and
{she never bad been in the city before
There was no one ut Broad atreet ata-
lion lo in.et ber and abe luolx.il a
I... .a timidly lor a cab. Hr mother
liml lold her lu lake n hunsom. ."li.-
did not sue tiny hunsnin, nor did ike
know tbat the c.ibbiei wore a livery
ol I huir i,wn. Shu did nut see a policeman mini, su sho a.|i|-lo.iiiud u
youth who wus stand ng on Ihe rot'.
ncr ol Fifteenth atreot wilh ber bash-
lul   .,.1.   li, li
"I'leaac,"   she   iKg"".   "nr*   a*01 "
la.an .-aa   man '/"
Tltc youth tiura.il bin baud and
twirled bia moustache ingratiatingly,
smiling wilh deprecating asaumplioo
of modesty.
"I mu ao considir.il," lie replied.
Do you know tbc average  value ol
occupied fnrui lund iu II. I'. i» H73.ll?
First   i|iialily Ico Cream, wholesale
and retail al Ibo 'irollo.
North Vancouver Business Cards
PHOTOGRAPHERS
CARBUTT
Studio   over  Bask   B. K. A.
Lonsdale and Esplanade
WATCH   REPAIRING
Is your welch stopping or going irre-
gularly ?  Bee
A. H. HOOD
lie Norlb Vancouver Kipert
and pioneer .Jeweller
SO laonsdale Avenue
FKSH DEALERS
IIIK   NOBTH    VAM III.VTK    FISH
AND PRODUCE 00.
Fresh and Smoked Fish
Ijve tnd Dressed I'oullry
1 Vegetables Delivery twice daily
Phone 210 131 First Street
CONFECTIONERY
IIF.AVy |>f)AN8 FOB BAII/WAYS
liml Canada owes a large d.4,1 lur
ils growth in railroad faicilitjca is awn
in Ibe fact Ibat in Illlle more thai
sis years tt has obtained UHim/nt
(or that purpose. Government loans
bmc been nearly as heavy wilb a total of tlimtmo, while itidualriel
((Nations are third with fll.OOO/fl.).
Muuicipul borrowing has also buen,
heavy, ibe aggregate being flSaOOQ,
tm. Mining, land nnd lumber aad financial daaaes together aggregaU less
iIum bull ihe sum reprtaaajtad by fed'
cral and provincial government loans
and .bout une-!hird of (he railroad to
Tha Palm Confectionary
Stationary, Confectionory, lee t'ream.
Soft Drinks, Fountain Drinks, Tobacco
light Lunches. Fruit
B. C. WJCOMMUN k SON
Unsdale aai (th Phons tit
CONTRACTORS
The New Block on Lonsdale Avonuo
near Ihe Jfsrrr Approach
was built by
SMITH BROTHERS
OesMtal Coalindort
NOBTH VANCOUVBB
ICE DEALERS
JONK ICE CO.
Wholesalers und HeUilcis «l 1'ure Ice
Cream
Ice lor fiunilv   uae
BAV VIEW TEA ROOMS
I'bonc !B6      HINSDALE AVF.NI E
ARCHITECTS
A. S. W. M.cLay     J.M.Markay
Aaioa   Mlnal <  F
Anhile.li and Civil Engineers
Balfuur-Ker Hlock - • • •  Ks|rlanado
NOBTH VANCOUVER
BARBERS
BAILEY'S
Barber Shop ud Balln
Right up lodule in every particular.
Try u« and Ire convinced.
TAILORS
E. LAURIN
'   High-class Ladies' and dent's Tnilurinj
KF.ITI1 BLOCK, FIRST STHKI.T
NOBTH VANCOUVER
BILLIARDS AND POOL
PLAY POOL
AT HAMMOND'S
FIRST WKST
Fineet tables and cues in the City
BLACKSMITHS
Modern Tailors aad Rcnovalory
21)7 Lonadale Avenue
Cleaning,   1'rosaing,   Dyeing,   AH t'nu
We   um   (he   Frencli   Dty   < '■ -i.iis
l'rocess i'lioue IU
NORTH VANCOIIVKR
R. H. TARN
Pioneer Horsestupcr - Carriage Works
flPSl STREET WKST k LONSDALE
JOHN LINDEN
TAILOR
Ladies' and Unit's Sails lu Order
(rum 136.00 snd iV'.m rcspcclively
Phono '162 lioydalc Car, 161b st.
NORTH VANUHJVKH
BtKIKS AND-aSTATIONERY
THE LEOUARD-SAL* CO.
Booksellers snd Staltosers
Coy. Imaide sad 1st.       I'bone l«
VOwTH VANWUV|BR
TEACHERS (Musk)
SAM- % BUTTON
TRACHKB OF PIANO aud THBOBf
SpcaTially : Children's l.wsuns at ow^
home. Terms, elc, apply Oepetsl
IWivsry.
—      - - '
AWttTISF. Bl THE EXPRESS fotm
i j.    	
THE  EXPRESS
THE RXPRE8S, NORTH VANCOUVEK, li C
Nomh Vawcjqi/vm
ti. c,
Published Tuesdays and FridayB by
Nobth Shore Pkkss, Limitsii
sms or suususiition
Oil* yesr, fl.Oll SU months, 60c. Tliriu- iii.n.ll.-, '.'6c.
United States snd Foreign, »1.60 pur yesr
Advertising Rates will he quoted un application.
Th# Espress is devoted to the interests ol Hie imrili Shore ul Durrani Inlel
esx|i,sivuly. (t constitutes an advertising medium uf nici-iitlni al value for
reaehlng iu s tliorniiiili and effective insnner ilia pu|iiilalinn of North Vancuuver
Oity and District, Every effort Is made lo give advirtisers the mnst satisfactory
parvloa,   .
AU changes in contract advertisements ebntild lie In tba printers' hands not
later than 10 a.m. Monday and 6 p.m. Wednesday lo unsure insert inn in the
following Issue,
North Vancouver," B. C.
|1INF. 2   I'JI i
CANADIAN CENSUS Mill
Throughout the length ami lii'iuiltli
ol the Dominion a grunt army ol
agents, alerted yesterday mu iiin.'tu
take iin- regular <le.-a.-imi ,1 eti .sits i.f
Canada uml for lite ensuing three
weeks Ibey will lie busy al Her important task.
Tlie resitlls of Ihe lull..is of thia
.host of I'liuniri'ulors tiller lb se results have bun guili r.it logelb r, ar-
ijiii-ial nnl tabulated, will n.l inly
-slims- Ihu present population of the
Dominion but will likewise render a-
vatlable a great marl of ilib.ini .linllj
ia lam. a to the I'oinini'icial in I oilier |
Intoroels of Ihs tnitoii such us will
Im in llie basis frum which in arrive
al valuable statistics with reaped t ,
many il not all lines nl activity which
pertain in Hie welfare ill ihe country.
The acl mil value of the statistics
growing out ul iin-1- records wi I tic
l« ii I iipi.n llie degree to which ucJiuy
haa I..-,1. nlluiia.al in gathering Ibo in-
lonnallon from the mullitml Bins
Sources from uhiill it lliu-l brn.il.ll
hy Ibe enumerators.
There are al least Iwu .l.-n cilia
v ina li un- of prime im|iorlnnce in the
attainment ol this accuracy. The 6111
is Ihul Ihe work be begun, carried
(nrwaril and completed simultaneously
iin.ma,la.aiai the unite Dominion. Ily
litis means the inf..mini ion gathered
covers lite wime |wriod in ill si .11.111s
ol the country and with respect to all
the 11.in.- 1 involved, the probability
nf duplication or ol overlapping Iwing
thereby reduced to a minimum. Wilh
litis iihJH-l in view the practice Is Ini
lowed "of employing Ibis multitude of
enuiiictiilors ami of completing ll..-in
tire work with n a shirt |*;iu.l
ul time. The aecond elemenl csm-ii-
tial to accuracy ia found in lite atti
lual. which tlie people ill lurge inuy
adopl toward the movement, ft is
■ I mi a- evident thut Ihe enumerator, in
applying for information at a house
or ul a place of business must rely
entirely upon the courtesy and good
will oi the pen.* Irom wh„m lite in
fonnuti.iii ia aoiigbl. ll ia within Ihe
power of ihe Inu'ls of families and of
all others who are in possession i,l the
information desired lo render th"
greatest assistance by promptly mil
accurately filling uul the forms provided mid by cordially endenvoring lo
comply wilh every reasonuble rc|U.sl
ol ths rniiiiicriitors.
Tbs Corp. ol enumerators allotted to
Nortli Vancuuver consists ol ail members sud il is quite evident tbut Ihe
period „! three works at iheir disposul
is lini.- enough to enable I hem to co
ver the enliie city and dislrict with
thuruughnees. All residents will ui-'.li-
in Ihe desire Ihut the Norlh N Shore
eball make the moat lavorabls possible
sbowiug' in Ihe csosus returns, ll
may, tberefors, be hoped that Iba ut-
IJi'iait asaiatancaj will Iai uca-onbyl the
enuiiieinliiis in every inslauce, in order that ilnaii wurk may lw performed
c»p.aliiii,ii-li and iu order lhal ibe re-
suits ...I I heir labors may preaenl
Norlli Vancouver city and dislrict in
tbs best possible light.'
SO DUSTV I
There is no denying Ihe fact that
.van dust lias its uses. Scientists assure us that it plays an important part
in endAing nature to perform her ordiu-
' ary functions. Ve are told tbat it Is
the skst in the atmosphere that makes
,ba shy appear blue and furthv Ibel
a duet particle lorme the uudeus of
every rain drop, vbmm it (otlows that
but tor the duet we should have aa
rlnittla, log, ruin or smw. Si-im-e
even cfiiinls llie dtlat partiebs and  il
tins   been   iiN.-eltllilll'd   thai   Illll    itlllOa-
pltere nl Lundnn nr ol I'arie conlains
normally a apiarlcr ill a million dust
|i;nt..l. ■ In each cubic cenlimster
wbich is over sis million purliclee lo
the cubic inch.
Juit al the present time the city 1.
Norlh Vsneottver bids lair lo anii'ts
yet another feature ol great ties by
niilriitilling ih,. great world cm r sin
Ihis ....,11.. ol dust lad n almn pbr
along ihu main llinioughfaaria. 11 i
sale It, say, huwe.er, that the .iter
age eiliien wotiltl lw very ple.ts.d to
I dispense with this particular famr.
of civic fume und at thu auiiiii lime he
wuuhl nut seriously ubjecl il Hut sky
became of a 1. ill.- lighter hue ur even
if lite ruinliill lull off a lew drops locally because of 11 lower average of
dual particles iu the atmosphere.
Whul with llie iiiiTrnuad ilc.nb
of dual lying upi n llie m.iiu
streets tine to Iliu luct lhal ih y have
been inui'li lorn up ul late, for Ihe
purpoBiis' of sewer construclii ■ adl.il
to the fail thai heavy Iratfio
upon Ilm a.in.'is ia increasing very rapidly the proms of traversing tIna,
al lamia involves »all.ia> through deep
duet al Ihe slreel crossings, pas-ing
through repeated clouds of dusl raised
by lite • 1.■■ I. - and incidentally inhaling mure or less uf il in Ihe proceas
of breathing. Tne sinnure appreciation ol a gralclul public wuuhl he accorded lho cily fathers il Ibey could
devise some meiins whereby this in
convenience might lw dime away wilh
al tiny ralo with respict l„ the streets
in the business seclion of th> city.
NOTICE
NOTICE ia hereby given that application will be made lo ths Parliament
of Canada at (bs present session
thereof fur au Aul to incorporate
a company undtp- ths nams .,! 'lbs
Norlh Arm Bridge aud Railway Com
pun), wilh |a,,ue, tu lay out, construct, operate, maintain, aud uso „
brklgc across the North Ann ol Bur-
I raid Inlet from a point on Ibe mi
shore commonly known as 'I ha Turtle's 11'."I to a point on ilia west
shore 011 I "l 676 directly norlli ol the
Island known as WhTle (lock. ■ Such
bridge lu be both lur luut passengers,
carriages, street railway an'l lailw.y
piirpuaaie witb the necessary approach
es, and wilh pi,wer tu connect llie
auid bridge wilh eiiating mad future
lines uf street railway and railway
and for Ilic purposes ul connecting
wilh the said slroet railways and railways to lay uul, construe! uml op-
erate one or more lines of railway nol
uscauding len miles in length.
And with power to construct, eouip
maintain ami o|ierale a line or lines
of railway Irom some ooini on Lit
'166 at the end ol tbe Canadian IV1
lie Railway Company's branch line
Irom Port Moody and following ths
North Shore of Burrard Inlet lo a
poinl in Ihe Cily uf Norlh Vancouver
or lo connect wilh any railway that
ia or may lw constrtlclod on Ihe North
Shore nf llurrard Inlet.
And for tbs purposes of its undertaking lo iieaittiie and develop water,
electric or other power ur energy, and
to elect linee lor (be transmission of
tlie same, anil to transmit and deliver
the awme to any place in the Cities or
Municipalities In-rough which lb>
works ol the Company are authorized
to lw built, and to receive, transform,
1..0.-11 iii, di«ilibuia- and supply such
|K,wcr or oncrgy in any form und lo
dispose of the aurplus thereof, an'l tq
collect rales and charges tlurafor.
Il is intended that tbe works "I the
said Company shall hs declared to be
"HfaSiuiKA:3**
Victoria, B. C.
Solicita-d for the Applicants.
Dated  at Virion, this  Wth day ol
M->- ""'■      .    .' ■      m
COAST DISTRICT, BAHOB I
TAKJ5 NOTICE that W. B. Vaugh-
an, Superinteodnst, inlands 10 apply
for permission ta purefcaas tb. loHow-
ing deaentoed leads : Comnuaetsg et a
poet planted W chains wast of ihe
Northeast earner 4 UH29, thsoos'A)
ofaaias wast, thaws *t.0» dMavao'ih
Ihonce ft) chains east, Ibnnee W.GD
chains South to place ol oommoMai-
ment.
f, 8, VA10HAN,
Dsted April 10th, l«ll. IM
 , , ^
A. Campbell Hope
, fcACAU
ARCHITECT
606 llaatings Street Wet, Vancouvsf,
B. C. l'honu 6626
Residence t Tinman Block 368 let St.
East, North Vsneouver. Phono Rill
H. D. RUGGLE5
BARRISTER
NOTARY PL'IILIO
1*1 lith Street East North Vancnuvai
I'hone 979
I'll
ine
198
North Vancouver
Coal and Supply Co.
Dealers in Coal, Brick,
Sand, Gravel, Lime,
Cemenl   and   General
Built It'i s' Supplies.
\H    (tnli-l-i    l'iaii,.;li
Kil.nl sinl S.iti-Inun,
(iai 11 iiiluil.     I'rtc sun
Application.
).lice: Lonsdale, ncjr Cily Wlmt
Warehouse:      Forman's Whail
JAY & CO.
BUILDERS
Plana prepared and latniuti-i given.
Office: 1107 Homln'oa Trust Uldir.
Vancouvar.
Phons 2191
Residence, IM Kighth Ave. P..
North Vancouver.
NEW YORK CAFE
Near post Office
KSPI.ANAHK WKST
First claas meals, 'Hk, cummutatbiti
ticket, 'all meals, SI. ilegiiiur room ami
board to and up.
LOW SEA, Proprietor
Breakfast  6 to  10.40 ;  dinner 11    to
180; Siip|,-i 6 lu B.J0,  Open all day
LADV WAITHESSKH
N.V.W00DYARD
CUT WOOD
Id inrh-W per load
VI imli■ Wlh per load
Cordwood—|t pet cord
Office aad Yard 1
SECOND and ST. PATRICK
Phons IU0
P. 0. Boi 130
A^J*
NOTICE
I'LBLIC NOTICE is beraby given
lhal, under the authority eootainad in
seclion 131 of It. "Land Act," a angulation was approvad by the Ialeu-
lanant-Oovernor in Counsil (sing th.
minimum sals price, of Brat and sac-
nnd cI.m lands at f HI aad US |ier acre
mepextively.
This ngul.lion lurther provided
dial Ihe pricN filed therein ihould ap-'
ply to all lairds wilh respect to whicli
the applicationa In pursbas. wen given 1
favourable oauideratioa afusr th. d.ia
of Mid regul.tion, namely April 3rd,
1911.
Further notice is now given ib.l In
virtu, ol a ragul.lion nppruvsjd by
the' Llautawaat-t.overnoi in Council on
Uu 101b of May, If)), that the regit-
lation datad Uw 3rd April, 1*11, be
held not to apply to applications I
pu/chaas v»c.»t Crown lands which
ware Motived by tfae AsaaaUnt (,'oas-
piissiissers ftl Lands on nr laiaturs Uw
eaid April ird, 1*11, aa4 withrsepeet
to whhjh th« recaisirad deposit of fifty
cents per .are had bam r—sived by
said Commiseiisa»rs a* or beiurs tbe
said April 3rd, 1*11.
ROBT. A. BKNW1CK,
Dsputy Mini.ler of lafjade.
Dspartassejt of lasnda,
Victoria, B. C, |(lh of May, l»ll.
9W
An Opportunity of a Lifetime
IsWdnMpbpiBHMIB
Block 34, DutrictU 650. One BUxk from Criiae.
UrjeSiaedUs- 50 x 157, all Cleared. Magnificent View. One Block from Boulevard
Pricei $950 North View
$1000 South View
8|>.d«i Ts.su lw U D.1.1
PI|UCl4,M.a,|t.|S,^IS4isa«lSs
fiwv juuiu Tifw nil    if n
Deubie Corasn ir.m |23M tlderMurray Lo.
HRE!    FIRE!!    FIRE!!!
POR ABSOLUTE PROTECTION writ* a Policy in the
Commercial Union Fire Assurance Co., Ltd
(UJNUt)N, ENGLAND)
ASSETS! $94,900,000
Hull! A|ii'iil
PERCY KING'
NOTARY PUBLIC.      18 I,ONSDAI £ AVKrUE
Agreeauals ud Contracts drawn
ot .very d'scriplioa
Phone 157
(ituri.l
Convey a i sili.
MHHHHI
 "	
•m
Stores
Coi. 8th and Lonsdale
Pkactfl
lauscv mm.
Stoie oi Quality
Campbell Realty & Inveaftoerd Co.
I'OH s.M 1-
Ull ll.
lot nt
!)het
r.e'
north aide,
11,300,
lerms;
f.0 It.
lot
nn iiii slreot
8l,:nii)
1-3 cash, lial.
n e
arrange,
HliAI. ESTATK, LOANS, INSUKANCK.
riil.KI'IIONl!- to. I'. O. HOX 1.4
OUR NEW OFFICES:
Bank oi Hamilton Building
We wish lo notify the general public
that we now occupy the front offices on
the first floor in the new BANK OF
HAMILTON BUILDING, corner of
First Street and Lonidale Avenue.
DOUBLE CORNER, FIRST AND CHESTERFIELD
You can well alfoid the lime to investigate this
Business Property at the preient price, $17,000,
easy payment and terms ananged.
Canadian Financiers, Limited
Hank of llamillu. lluilding V„ EB1IAOK,
Phona 215 i-^l uaatgu.
Double Corner, 20th and St George, $2000
Double Corner, 16th and Mahon • $2500
Double Corner, 21st and Mahon     - $1875
THESE ARE ALL GOOD   ,
THE NORTH VANCOUVER TRUST
CO., LTD.
lU'nl   Kstatc eid  Financial Agenti.
AgrwmMita i,( Sale iliacmiiiiid.
219 Lonadale Avenue '• Telephone 44
PALACE HOTEL
Ratis :   fi.oo  par   and   itff  Special rales lo lamilita
and   to regular   boarders - •   .   .
finest Hoof Oardcn on Pacific Coaat
REDA 1 ANDRUSS
MOPIIIITOM
Sr.iiNii Sraaai.   •   •   •   •   WORTH  VANCOUVEK. ti. C.
FRUIT    PRODUCE
CONFECTIONERY, CIGARS, Etc.
WHOLESALE ONLY
PETERS & DOYLE
120 Second Street Eaat Telephone 206
Convenience to North Vancouver Merchants
tmy la Ymw OwnTewn. Yew Orim, Stmdmi
Vie
He
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.She
Fisa tatnWj i,j oM omtt *t *dy.
imt. iwuslisi Mainl list «a»
Pbt, out  aim*   - M
3  Iba tianalila Ml aai a ..UW, rej      .
Ml«,   .MIS    \, Ilia.'     .        -£l
M Ib.   aiiat   ft   I".   -1U..H. r ;;■
It.W\.-wis BBiva  41
Purs Ifapla sksna> as_* asaa> at sj
I pin* «'»	
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1 itii lull. I B  ...
Wau#t all's fcutaSli ii FmaiiaV-
Itaapbaica',.. pnutS, »..  *..'■
|al   .111.       SV'X      ;UiH,    <alUt      .'.'.aa'
Itiaia. Iitawl lur.-li.i,>   ante   !t"  	
r'a^lash MaUl«». I.i»aa «■ n I', r'.
in.-  ac
WncaaaSu lama, me:  ta*.. - > sw tie
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I .niwaaliy rmiay. inc- -»  " '<" *r
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Ma Yi| lnaa.i s^via  * afailir
l.L'irn Kaiiaaa- aC>v»<Ais. t*f   US';     'At
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Fuum. 1'iaaausv atait,   ...J It lu tl
I'r-iuii.r.   Rue Saw   aik    Ha
•s <s»y a .iH> but si SiasSi aai
taraat aiaals.
t'ntsab la«"aai«. raw.aailiais*, fmmt SJSS
tl..   Mia«lM«nas) tint demy.
WE COULD
Paper the World
bum ..US sSaMai ti SJ. Call
so il awsaw    fitry ity aa
skaiaga   avivaaa. ul   lb
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Haatlaaaw Wai Parpen
us lure m mama
tsfl asaj .ilissa.. Iv sakst ssmsji
you waal <U aamt aad Ua sj_
abm y»« j_s _* aaSlan mm am
laaoiiaf km.
ta mama warn am mmm m *|	
suss, lo net em fMas is mat.
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W. H. ST0NEY k CO.
117 1,
N.A.KEARNS
AICHJTICT
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127 LONSDALE AYt
ivaawouvi^X m
THR EXPRESS, Mm VANCOUVER JL C.
FIVE
a—asaa—i inn oaiL      .
H Buy Straw Hats and
™ Summer Underwear
r Sale Prices
New up-to-date merchandise
It tremendous reduction
Prices Slashed Down Again
for the Last Day of the Sale
	
ill t\n ypu one of the
-" many who bave taken
advantage of CUMMING'S
CUT PRICE SALE? If not,
ivail yourself of the last
opportunity-SATURDAY.
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To-morrow will Beat all Records for
a "    I'
1    '   'I
If   . »
We are determined not to have an odd Garment
in the store after this sale, so we have cut down
the prices again for fast and furious selling
to-morrow. The goods will fairly walk out of
the store at our sale price, we told the people of
North Vancouver at the beginning of this Sale
we were going to save them money on Clothing
and Furnishings and we have done so, and we
will do better than ever on the last day of Sale
■Mi  . me i
Shop My To-morrow—Don't wait
—for the crush of the evening «■—
MEN'S CLOTHING
A few odd suits to go at $4.95
MEN'S GOOD TWEED SUITS-Just the thing f„r
present antl summit wear. Hen. Price ii< nr
plti.tHi and If)iliu.   SALE PRICE  fO."D
MEN'S IMPORTED TWEED AND WORSTED
SUITS—Siuglc ur (loiil.Ii: bnast, beautiful patterns. Keg. I'riec JJ4.00 aud fi6.oo *n nr
aSAI,)-; PRICK .,   «?"•"•>
VERY FINE IMPORTED TWEED AND WORSTED SUITS in l.iltsl styles ami cul. *io nr
Reg. 117.50 to fio.oo. SALE I'RICE  ...f l*4.W
MEN'S HANI) TAILORED S.UIT8 iu llie very latest new inmli'l.s .liul designs Iioin the iii tailors in Canada.
II will pay you lo sec any of this lol. They are
perfect fitters.
MEN'S-ODD PANTS
Reg. Price fl.50 SALE PRICE    75c
Reg. Price it.ffl SALE PRICE fl.75
Reg. Prke fe.oo to $,V5" SALB PRICE f 2.50
Reg. Price $4.1x1 lo $4.50 SALE PRICE $3,25
Reg. Price J5.00 SALE PRICE h-%
Reg. Price $6.1X1 SALE PRICE *4.<;5
All the above are money savers.
MEN'S COLLARS
MEN'S COLLARS-Reg. 20c 5c each
Large and small sizes.
BOYS'CLOTHING
Kiddies' 1 piece SuiU, u-ib  $3.85
1 piece Suits, sizes il lo 28,'reg. $5.00 lo fb.oo
Sale Price ,. '..J3.65
BOYS' TWO PIECE, si/e 29 to 33. Reg. price
t6.txi to f7.QP, .Sale Price $4,85
HOYS' THREE PIECE SUITS. Rtg. up to
$7.50.   Sale Price „ $4.95
MEN'S SOX-
Reg. 25c Sale Price 15c
Men's fancy, reg. 35 and 45c Sale Price 25c
Ptft. 50c Sale Price 35c
Reg. 75c aud fi.oo    Sale Price 651
Good Working Sox % for 25c
MEN'S HATS-
Reg. $1.50    Sale Price 05c
New Spring Hats, reg. f 2.50 awl (3.00
Sale Price fi.95
Stetson J4.1X) and lj.00 SaU Price 13.45
MEN'S BRACES-
Rcg. 25c aud 35c Sale Price 15c
Reg. 50c  ' SaU Price 35c
Reg. 75c and fi.oo .....Sale Price 6,5c
We cannot  describe each line.   You need to sec
them lo appreciate tbe values.  They will simply
uma/.c you.
I
I
BOOTS AND SHOES
Little Kiddies soft sole, reg. 75, sale prke 40c
Kiddies' Slippers, reg. fi, fi.25, sale price 75c
Children's land .Shoes, fi.85, fi S price fi.15
Ladies' Oxfords, reg. $3.50- sale price fi.85
Ladies' Oxfords, reg. j>4 r.'.salc prke $2.4-,
Ladies' Butcher Cut, reg. $3.50 s. prke 91.85
Ladies' Piileiit Hluliiicr, reg. fs, s. price fl.85
Men's reg. $1 WORKING HOOTS s. prke fl.15
Men's Heavy Hliitehcr's $2.50, sale jirice $1.05
Men's Hox Calf, Blulcher and Hui Cul
reg. S.3.00 and $3.50 sale price fi 45
f4.oo to $4.50 Gum Calf Blulcher St 15
f5.txi to $5.50 1 ?i-8i
$6.00 to fb.,50, loggers, elc $a)3£
WORKING SHIRTS
At astonishing price cuts.
Good strong Shirts Reg. 65c and 75c, Sale Price 35c
Reg. fi.oo   Sale Prke 75c
Reg. fi.25  Sale Price 95c
Reg. fi.50. Sale Prke fl.15
Reg. f2.oo   Sale Prke ii.if,
EVERYTHING GOES!!
NOTHING RESERVED
9 Iiii Sale hu proven
to the people ef
North VwKOUver tail ihey
can buvHigh Clan (lol!.
iu MM Furniihingi FOR
UBSSatCUMMINGSthan
acroM the inlet
WILLIAM CUMMING
Open Evening! till 0 o'clock.
|| FAIR WARNING
* Cope antl »bare
ia tl» LAST GREAT
BARGAIN FEAJT if
tlw SALE To-morrow
'
mmmmmmm tm urnm, north Vancouver, b, &
BUILDING?
iBsfS,HHB0EsB JSBOsWHBsVBH
Aw Ebtic R»3f Piint Mccdi Uaky Rood
A good Waterproofing (or Canvas
filCE at Cart, am Gallaa
Watvliiid I'tvjmiivil llouliug
#biei<l Itrand Tar aud Hui lil ing Paper
Kas|icaj I'n   I'aiuta and Ironite VWnivlitg
,:.■:—      Oils?, llrualiei-, I'ry • olnra
lj*k§,  llilljrffi,  a^llpplit'S,   I'll!.
Patterson, Goldie & Clark
North Vancouver Hardware Store
104 ESPLANADE NEXT TO POST OFFICE
SEVENTEENTH STREET
HJ Bock fm LONSDALE AVENUE. Good
U lab* Statin, $850.00,1 -3 Cash, 6 and 12 months
Am tscAmhmf.
D.L 204
CW lo WATERFRONT and BRIDGE LOCATION. DdUeCoaer. Price $1250.00, 1-4 cash,
Uttjlmwiitlmmlhi    Thii ia a Snap.
C. E. IAWS0N & CO.
ij LOXSbALE AVE. NORTH VANCOUVER
| _ooe 70- -P. O. |iox 97
Bread!   Bread!
Union Made.   Home Industry.
B:qoerlod(.   Better   Bread.
lsVj.ni furgft our latent Home Made Loaf.
PIONEER BAKERY
mmrt*:7Uama4de Ave, tor. Unsdale & Atii St.
Parkdale Finest Alberta Butter 30c. lb.
i^ssssssmsaSJBSBS^SSMSass■_■_■a—_____M________PJ■__■_!•
M- FU«, S|swg Brook or Aynhite Rote 3 lbs. $1.00
5l*rJr*dT« 1.50
5at*<Jlx*rTei 1.75
5 b, d tbt laot Tea 2.00
AT
CLAVER1B A AKCAND
dan First Streel and St. George
1911
Hot Points
We shall lie glad lo show you
llie 1911 model.
A most iiiipiiit.ini (ealure is
' llie price.
Two years' guarantee.
We stand hy every Hot Point
sold liy us.
B.C. Electric Railway Co.
LM1TCD
SO LONSDALE AVENUE
FIRM -L.WfcSI,
t '
NORTH VANCOUVEK
irGfftd Pictures Good Singing
mSTeee
awe    aaa
wmmma
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mlmmay, Wadaaada, ami Friday.
mmm** 1* ^X^ CUMf« U
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The .Place Where Everybody Goea
Gem Theatre
Pleasant Fields
0f_H0lyW.it
Pave lor my daily range
Among  the  pleasant .fields of .Boly
Writ,
I might despair. -rTsnnyson
ISRAEL'S PfllOiBlHJB AN|) 'i'lll'S
I'AHDON
S.d-.MI.I    Qlllll'tUr, I a-aaaall     \. ..da'al
XIV.  .lune 4, lull.
''His stats lias a  iwnonal 11.- lilia
tbat  Ol tlaU   111.lil 1.1""]      It   ''*    aaii.daaalal,.
for ils conduct. It iuffers jiuiiiM an I
|ii'iuilii..i lor wrong doing mul doss
■ot lail ol 1 .'wm.1 v.li.'ii it does right.
This principle is illustrated in lit. history ol Israel tlir n 111 lu'i'ii kingdom
ol the len tribes. It started undsr
good omens. Its revolt was as justifiable as lhal ol the American colonies. Its iiiiiiiilur, .Irr.-liiiiini, llieraslk-
biiihliT, pri'si'hd over its ilmliiiies with
his brilliant gwtitis lor a quarter t>K
century. 'Ihe kinndnm was graced
wilh a gslaiy of laming prophets. It
a-aal.-l.al I Vail I Ilil'll.H 'I ilia- |, llil,)l\ III
l'.,la  alllla-   illl'l    Id .111 al i ll"!   t » ' I I llil ll»     1)1
ils populalioii. It survived three cen-
turica. But in the very inception ol
Ihis kingdom there waa a serious moral flaw that finally worked ils ruin.
The principle ol worldly policy was
(tarried too lar. For rcasoas ol state
the fundamental principles ol tlie Mosaic law were interfered with. The
nation was divided religiously ae well
as politically. Disfigured copies of the
a-liad iiliiin were set un ,,t Dan mi I He-
ihi'l. Tlie nliium ol Iho national liis
waa poisoned at ita lieutl ami tlie history ol the nation is one nt ruin. No
nobler or more urgent call In national repentance was ever made than that
ul Ihe prophut llnscu. Il ia. probably
one of many iiiircrartlisl appeals for
hia public minialry reached over Ihu
unparalleled period nl lilly-ais ycara.
He was Ibe Jeremiah nl Ino northern
kingdom, lamenting ils ruin. Ml. Lebanon is Ihe uu ui natural feature nf
Israel. It furnishes the prophet with
his striking figure. Like a Iree thu
mountain runs its rocky ruola into
tho eea. It ie source nl rain and daw
lu tho thirsty land. It ia sweet acini-
ed like the pine ami ila clear mountain air refreshes one like wine. What
». in. I.-i that llie im I ii i.■ I..a in:. prophet
takes Leiwnon as thu emblem ol .leho
udi I i iaial towers over the land like
a mountain. He is stability ilscll. II
is source ol [ruitfulnoss and refreshment. Ial tho fallen people lilt thoir
eyee tn the Lord as lo a mountain
and relurn tu Him. Id them turn
Iruin nil alien help suck aa
A li'ii ami llie hiirses nl I'liiiiuah.
Let ili.'in take wilh them llieir wunls
ol penileiioc. find's sngir will Ik
turned, liod wiil love lliem freely aad
will Ileal their tliick-nliiling. II lar- cl
had iialened In this nnblc ap|ical o
lluacii In .im i wnulil Im', lo lie re
written and the Ten Tribes would
never have latcn Ibo "Losl Tribes,"
Till'. TEACHER'S I.ASTI'.ltX
A Nuw England governor in reeeal-
ly prnclaiming the ntinual last rallal
attention In ihe decline nl religion in
the slate. History is always repeating ii .'li and the ancient prophet's
words may have a present day appli-
Lotion. This paragraph from thu Ik-
brow prophet ie a microcosm, a liltle
world ul nature, tiix I Iho dew, the
lily, in..H ol I.. Inii.i.ii. branches, olive
l(eo, smell ul U'lxiiia.n, corn, Ihe vine,
anil Ibe green fir Iree. .Htatea aa well
as individuals need lo lw on the alert
against aposlucy. The danger ia always impending. The induccmavils
are numernua, insidiuiis and puwcrlul.
Ili'lui iiiiii inn is always |K»sibU aad
.li..ul.I In utidertaluHi with tluturmina-
lion. ISIalee as well aa individuals
may Say "itajoioe not over mu m'm
.n.-iny lor though 1 fall 1 eball rise
again." Any compromise, such as Jsr-
Imam made at the lieginning nf
Israel's history will wnrk havoc in Ihs
end, however small and innomnt it
may appear at Start and however
mucb tha conditions may seem tn da-
manl it. It i. „ oaae nl leltiBg Ilia
carnal put his head in Ihe tint, n an
hs is all in, hsad, html and lail. Th*
beginning ol evil should lw gu mini
•ealously, An Iliad ol wins may (hus
be averted.
YOIJW    PEOl'LKjH    DKVtniKNAI,
SKItVICE-.lune 4, Wit.  1 Ss*
uel XII 1-6 I 13-25.
latssons From Great Lives—Hainuel
(f'onaw-ralion (Meeting)
Samuel je one ol the svir-living h r
oee of Israst I A prophet and more
than ,1 prophet—a mower of tabs atut*
-s ehoossr ef Icing., not of Uie priestly tribe yet oftcjatmg at altar; an
ardent patriot, B axmsuounate meat-
war of am, a pure aad passionate re-
liginniat. Tbit some fafnillar m at
Itqm ebUAhooA of the boy sleeping ni
h>S little mat. in ebedimy preciaata of
Ih* taljairnacfe, wekeaoi by 'Jol's
voio* and aryling ''8pub I-ord for iny
servant hear, lb '." is tile styling
aPOint of it all, tba garm ctU ftom
which apa od Om n'AAatt characters
am mad *atlal cenen mu wdv.d.
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TP POTEST BRITISH t'OLUiWA
GAME
Enlarged activities oa lfc> apart ol
tbs provincial gam. departjkal, es
pecislly in lb. mon slriet (cln-nmau'
of protective reguiatinns Ihis yesr,
will ttoceaaiiale a large immseis ih.
staff of Ihe ilajpartment, ,uya Ur.
Bryan Williams, provincial gaiae war
den. He iulimales tbat abnal Ivialy-
livs tun will Ik enploytd fur ibe m
jnr ajwrtjon 4 the year .ad anooiwavs
thai ( new [*rn>unent waid I has bao
appoinled for lb* NioJa and Mn.il
kiiinon ilislrii-la B,,d ata.tlarr for Ih*
Okanagan district.    Tcm|N,rary  srar-
dfa* have alw bean sint to Furl
George, Kamloope and Kivtls o'e. Il
is passibla that nest year ttttie ap-
poinlaiants will bu madj uernuii.eul.
Some time ago a permanent game
wanln was apjaiitiled (or ibrdiatr'cl
handled ilinviK (ram Ibo Vencouver
olficc. later m in llie -uninu r, when
lb- bunting seasun on ni, n nunber
of special ward.mi are lo lie givon
cirauaiasiaiios for .hurt periods. In past
years il has Ihi. n ihe practice tu' is it -
»ji.I.i.»' commissions to residents
ibraaughnul tbe province, their only
lass, however, being a share ul thu
fines imposed iipi.n ctllprits whom
tbey have been imlrununlal in   con
vieting. It has beep Inutid l.al this
system doee nit Work sat'slactorilji
and (he provincial game ward.nslatal
tbst as far as possible only n}darby
paid mm will be employed l.sr.a'ts£
thus insuring the thorough enforof,
iinnl ol the regulst one with impar
liulity.
United iirothoibnod of <',.t|.a nta-r«
and Joiners ol America. Local No,
I CIS. Ileadquarlers for Iwth work-
in. n seeking cmpluyment una) nnirm-t-
uraa naadiug men, at I'uniniinga' tilort^
Lonsdale Avenue. Ilusineas agent)
houre 8.IK) to 8.80 a.m. and S to 6M
4. p. Tliaiii, businass ageut. tf.
lini
Mahon, McFarland & Proctor, Ltd.
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NEW CAPILANO CAR LINE
50 ft lots at terminus in D.L. 601 & 607
52 foot lots in Block 27, D. L. 599
Pfione 6286 -   -  543 Pender Street, Vancouver
ir i —Mil
North Lonsdale Homesite
464 ft. frontage on three streets, including Nye and King Streets,
which are about to be macadamized. This property is close to
Lonsdale Ave. and has a magnificent view. It is an excellent investment in whatever way you look at it. Price only $2500, cash $900.
MMTINSON &CO. p-a-"
62 Lonsdale Avenue
Phone 173
North Vancouver
North Vancouver City
CLEARED LOTS 50 ft. x 147 ft.
InBLQCKS 15,15a, 16and 16a..D.L 550.
—aa—a»aa—aan»a»a^a——a— a   I        a      BBBBBpBB aaaa,___»____,
PRICES: $750 to $1000 according to location.
TERMS: 1-4 Gsh, Bal. 6, 12 and 18 months.
ACREAGE in District Lots 546 and 550
In Blocb of from One to Four or more acres.
•  PRICES: from  $2000  to $3250  per acre
TEAMS: 1-4 Cash, Bal. 6,12,18 & 24 months
1
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The Grand Boulevard extends through this projfcrty
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FOH PUNS, PRICE UST AND PARTICULAR, APPLY TO
The North Vancouver Land and
Improvement Company, i&
543 PENDER ST. ft_i2«5 VANCOUVER, B, C,
IV'1
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THR mWm, NORTH
V
ALVO von ALVENSLEBEN, LTD.
REAL ESTATE AGENT*
FINANCIAL BROKERS
Wu Iiiivp a lui'tw lint of pi'ii|icriii'8 for snln in tlir (!iiy nnd Muiiii!i|inlity
of NOBTH VANCOUVER iipen for hiipMlion irf intending purohpers
fm ■!
mXXm
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Branch Office; 4 Lonsdale Ave.    '".»*• fi- Ander2
i
sger
THE HOME FURNISHERS
FURNITURE
for everybody.
Carpet Squares
and Rugs.
Wc have just
received a
complete I.i -
ol Impoiled
Linoleums
Mill
Oilcloths
Prices right.
Special Attention given t'o
Window Shades,
Curtain Rods, etc.
>.    '       i
1.28 Lonsdale Avenue
^•-'-ivoiircurtatw
ai\d 'iruiieriei by ujin£
afilisELL
Carpet 6 weeper
DINING CHAIRS
AND TABLES
Buffets, Sideboards
and Dressers
Try our
All-felt
Mattress
lows
and
Blankets
11  von  intend making your home
in Nurlh Vancuuver see us.
We also carry a full
line of Crockery.
128 Lonsdale Avenut
VANCiHJVRk, H.'C.
'r*ltHii._-h1
nwm
Going Through?
Of Course It's
Going Through
If You Don't Take Thii
Chance, Someone
E-UeWill
BUY SHARES
paying estimated dividend* nf lo
per t'eiit. tlm first year o.f operation
and incrua.sing yearly.
.—_»—. —mmmmamaumma — —       i»«».-iai     m »   upawiiii ... ■■.—.M—.^t
Grouse Mountain
Scenic Incline Ry.
Don't allow outside capital to gobble
up the one local proposition of whose
success nut. one solitary doubt has
been expressed.
Splendid Investment (or the Conservative
iiii     i .-SEND FOR PROSPECTUS-
——
f Residents ol Nurili
Vancouver may obtain
stock froiii ex Mayor May
of May & Durns, Lonsdale
Avenue, North Vsneouver
I'. M. Foulser, Secretary: Grouse
Mountain Scenic Incline Knilway
Company, Suite W, 319 Pender
St.. Vancouver, ti. C.
Plcaac send me prospectus Slid
detailed information of Ilic Grouse
Mountain Scenic Incline Railway.
Name 	
1 Address.
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THE BUCK BAG
"fwlmpi few. fban wu anothef
iiiutnr frum Scotland Yard trailing
Ciiiniilii Stryker's. If they bad run
past er "rued aside Ibey would bsve
heen overhauled Iq short order."
"Wbst I don't understand," contend-
ed Klrkwood, "is bow you convinced
. Cslendsr that be couldn't get wvengf
by pressing bis cbsrgo against Miss
Cslehdsr-Dorotby."
"oiihi" Hr. Brentwlck slsvsted bli
Rne wblts eyebrows snd sat up briskly. "Uy dear boy, tbst wss tbe niosi
delectable dish on tabs entire hienu
I bsve been reserving It, I don't mind
owning, tbst I might better enjoy tbi
full relish of It I msy answer yon
best, perbsps, by asking you to scsn
wbst I offered to tbe (at scoundrel's
respectful consideration, my dear sir."
He leveled a forefinger st tbe card.
it Int glance It conveyed nothing to
tbe younger men's benighted Intelligence. Be pussled over It, twisting
bis brows out of alignment As ordinary oblong slip of thin white cardboard, It was engraved In On* script
as follows: "sir. Oeorge Burgoyne
fslcftdsr, 81 Aspen Villas, 8. W."
"Oh!" exclaimed Klrkwood at length,
standing up, bis face bright wltb understanding.  "You"-
"I," laconically assented tbs elder
nun.
Impulsively Klrkwood Issued across
tbs table. "Dorotby," hs said tenderly and wben tbe girl's happy eyes
met bis quietly drew ber attention to
tne an 1.1.
Then be rose hastily and went over
to stand by tbe window, staring mistily Into the blank face of nlgbt beyond Its unseen panes.
Behind blm there was s confusion
of Utile nolses-tbe sound of a cbalr
pushed hurriedly sslde, a rustle of
skirts, s happy aob or two, low voices
Internilngllng-slghs. Out pf it Anally
csme Ihe father's accents.
"There, there, my dear, my dearcet
dear!" protested tbe old gentleman.
''positively 1 dou't deserve s Utbe of
Ibis. I"- Tbe young old voice quavered and broke In a happy laugb.
"Vim must understand," bs conUnued
more soberly, "tbst no consideration of
sny sort Is due me. When we married
I was too old for your motber, cblld.
We both knew It, both believed It
would never matter. But It did. By
ber wish I weot bsck to America. We
were to see what separation would de
Is heal the wounds dissension bid
caused. It was a very foolish experiment Your mother died before I
could return."
There fell a silence, again broken
by Iho falbcr. "After thut 1 was in
no basic lo return. But some years
sgo I came to London to live. I communicated wltb the old colonel, asking pcruilulon lo sec you. It wss refused In s manner which precluded
thc subject being reopened hy me, I
wss Informed tbat If I persisted In attempting to sec you you would be disinherited, iio was very angry with
me -Justly. I admit. One must grow
old before one can see how unforgivably one was wrong In youth. 80 I
settled down to a quiet old age, determined not to disturb you in your
bspplueSS.    Ah   Klrl.tt111.1l!"
Tbo old gentleman was standing, bl*
arm around bis daughter's shoulders,
when Klrkwood turned.
"Come bcre, Philip. I'm explaining
to Dorotby, but you should bear. Tbt
evening I called on you, dear boy,- at
the Pless. returning homo I received •
message from my solicitors, whom I
bad instructed to keep an eye on Dorothy's welfare. They Informed me Ibat
ebe bad disappeared. Naturally I canceled my plans to go to Munich and
stayed, employing detectives. One of
Ihe lirst tjilngs tbey discovered wss
tbst Oorothy hud run off wltb an elderly person culling himself George
Burgoyne Culendur, tbc name I bad
discarded wben I found tbat to acknowledge mc would Imperil my
daugbtcr'a fortune. Tbc Investigation*
went deeper. Charles, Ict us conUnu*
lo csll hltn, had been to see me only
ibis afternoon lo Inform me of Ibe
plot Ibey bad discovered. Tbi* Hal-
la in woman and her son-It seem* that
tbey were legitimately lu tbe lln* of
*
tiEvEH
HBH________i
mu^^u.
WASH GOODS
SPECIALS
GENUINE  SCOTCH GISGHAMS,  oar  own  uupurtaliun   in   Plain
tjhambraya ami I'.itAi, »p«iil per fan) - 10c.
33-inch PRINTS, good tasty- quill},  lijtit  tui dark collars, special
per yard   , , i _~_ 10c.
DRESS HliSI.INS, plain and fancy  Usui)   seizes,   alao   dots  and
crossbars, price   . .._  10c and 16c.
A larg. asi'ntraent 4 Vittosia lawns, Indian limns, I' rsiun I.awns,
Naisooka, (lrgan.ii.is, esc
Button, covered from yon own n—l.cul  all aiies.
»a——amaaaa.aj^»__^^^^—-—■»_—a——
J. J. McALEECE
Keith Bl.,. V l..*i-.Mt Block
LONSDALE A VIM i. COB. Ihth and \MAPKie,
Phona: 99 lb  l.e   ini
TWriftTOBES
I
-
SEE US FOR
SASH  DOORS  MOUID1NG5  BRACKETS
VERANDAH POSTS,  ETC, LTC.
IIUKKWD St.SU & DOOR ItflOtt, foot of St. Oeorge
« e «.i!ii-il .1 ir.al i«i .0 i./»r 'ttieVri nn*|i ur lame
Inheritance. Dorolby ont of Ibe way.
Bui tbe woman was ah a ul to.
Somehow/ she got into . uoiBaOas aiioa
witli ibis fal rogue, and ingelUi lbs;
plotted II out. rluirle* dotso'l betiev*
Ibul Ihe Hallam woman eiptcltd la
enjoy Ihe Burgoyne estate* tot iiij
11111 uy dnya. Her plan was la siep ia
when llorolh) stepped i.ut. gailtfl m
what she could, realise os il snd ae-
cuiup. That la why then- was to rawh
excitement about ibt jewcia-natnraJiy
Ibe uio!.i valuable item oa btr list, lb*
most easy lo convert inlo ensb Tb*
man Mulrcady we do nol plate ii*
seems to bave Urn s iliady chancier
lite fut rogue picked sp soot*lam.
Thc letter's ordinary Un. of Itsjilsesaj
wus diamond 'smuggling, ihuogb k*
would coudescend to almost anjining
lu order to turn a disboncst penny.
"That seems tu exhaust lb* sanjed.
liul one word more. Dorothy. I ass
old enough and have- ssffertd tsssagh
10 know ihe wisdom of selling t_i
hii|.|iliiess when 00s may. Hy dear,
a Illlle while ago yoa did a terj Liar*
deed. Coder fire yon said s swat r«,*r-
tigeous. womanly. CRdliabl* Iblaf.
And Philip's rejoinder wis ouij attcusd
lu tioiiilliy lo yours. I do bap. la
gi'i dues, thai yon two blessed yeaag-
Hers won't let any addle pated atra-
ples stand beiween yourselves saddle prize of romance, your b—llsnatai*
llal.a lil.Ilia i!"
Abruptly Brentwlck, wbo was a*
longer Brcntwlck, but lab* sttnal Calendar, released Ibt girl from bis ita-
hruce and hopped nimbly toward lb*
door. "Really, I must st* sbnnl Ibil
petrol!" be cried. "WbU* He ;.r
fit'll) true Ibal ('baric* lied abool lu
running out. we must bt gelling ua.
I'll coll you when we're ready I*
start."
And tbe door crashed to behind Ma.
Between tbem wu the lalit Beyond ll tbe girl stood wilb bead tied
dim tears glimmering on tbe lash** <i
those eyre wilb wbicb ebe mtt Philip'*
steady gaxe so fearlessly
Singing about ihtm, Ibe ilkac* ittey
find. Fascinated, though bit bttrt
wss fslnt wltb longing. Kl»kwa>a* Ial-
Icred 00 tbc tbreehold of bli ki*c-
dom.
"Dorolbyl   You did mean tt, dsarr
She laughed a litlit. low,
Ueth Ibal hid its source deep In .
Miai ksnctnilj of ber heart of *
ibiid
■| aa-Ml il. in) dearest, if you'll
ksit 1 fill to Ix-ld and forward, wbo
taa'i »iii till she's asked, but throws
U!«ll i.'io ibe nruis of Ihe mau sbs
let*-*-rbilip. I lueiut ll. every wordl"
Aad as be sent lo ber swiftly, round
Ibe labia*, attic turned lo meet blm,
art—1 „,-..Hi«l ber scarlet lips s-trem-
Ut. Ibe brown and Uu Itching lubes
daftafalxif orer btr wundrously lighted
lent cm.
*«» a.itn.ii.'l., I i n,j lliitricl-
IbiliMS 4 Set Vcsliuintler. TAKE
aaUiat ltit.1 ibiUn fluff Kimond of
Viu.,aa.irr. B. C, oecu|iiiliiiu, broker,
ualuaat. lo tuiy fui ix-riiiiiiiuu lo pur-
iiut ibt full'.mni.' da-icribed lands:
Cvmrnreriiiii tt a pusl jilunlcd on Ihs
•tn uie 4 t lui.ail bay un the North
list 4 )M MM. ihiuee msl 20 chains
ar.tt avi lei. lu tin- jii.nb-vcft corner
4 tm AM/. tin 1,11- .nulla 33.70 chuins
lu Itt LHithtMA corner ol lol 2612 ;
(Ui < a«H 21 ll ohaini lo ihe suulb-
.ait mm 4 I ut of.?: llicuce north
' 91 (iiaiiai meat- or law lu ihe suutb-
»»l t-HOet oi Ut 133(1; I hence cul
U <s daaii.i uiote ui liss lu shore of
|list. lataBiue in a southerly direction
laloay afcoi. 4 luht to |ioint of cum-
lihl'.lln  1,1 -ft hlNUOND,
iiih i«_. inn 4-6
Pad   quill)   Ic- I ream, nhohaalo
aid ndul al ibt (irollo.*
APPIJCAIION   FOB   I.WIOR   l.l-
CEKiiE
SIllUp it hereby given Iba' al 'he
uil sitiim'of lb* '»oi.d if I.i a *
[> ommitdiMnn I.* IU- Diitrict uf
Ibavttb Vaattiuvd, I, Ibe undersigned,
iialauuif lu ttijiy tor n hotel license
.tor psaiaaUM* Bluatt un lol 6, block 27,
ill.l. UA iD—darau) in tfae suid Dis-
Isaac* of Soith Vancouver.
AM BONY KAIIIIO.
Ililasd .1 k.arlb  YiACuuier,
lay Mb, 1911. di
WEST VANCOUVER
"DUNDARAVE"  D.L 555
The contract for constructing a wharf al DUNDARAVE lut been let and ihe ferry
will soon be calling there. Thc finest and largest lots in Weil Vancouver are in litis property,
and are ideal (or residential sites. Size 65 x 132. Price* Iran $350. Terms, one-
fifth Cawh.   For those wishing a larger tract of land there are a few two-acre block*, and
alw large waterfront loti.   I 'rice lists horn
JOHN ALEXANDER & Co.
(21 Lonsdale Avenue. North Vamcouver
AMD
KEITH RD., HOLLYBURN, WEST VANCOUVER J«GHT
nmriMriMHB
THU I&MBS8, NORTH VANCOUVER, ti! U,
Express Classified Columns
TOR »4U
d-. Rlli Wood lor B»le^Cre»mer T»a»i-
fer C0„ telephone 3U6 or 30. Hl-ii
Freeh dream ut th. Qrnltn, 96 ecnis
P« Plat,
FOR BALE-llorse, Big »nd Harness
eery cheap. Apply to Norlh Vanemi
ver Fish nnd, Produce Cu,
WAKl'iiP
VANTRD-Biiy  work.    Apply   Bus
lini.'., Express OHioe.
WANTED—A goor) genorsl survmit.
Apply North Shnrs Drug Co., Esplanade. ' 3-«
FOR PAl.JM.oH 18 in block I, IU,.
M3, thrse blooke Irom Boulevard lining south, 110x1.17 'rut. price IK00. 8110
ITS every three months. Apply ownir,
Hi let west. ti-6
WANTEU-A boy lor tobacco stripping- Apply Durrurd Cigar Co., -cor.
Esplanade unci Lonsdule, 2-6
• .      couiiwoiiii WASTED
Sound, dry first growth lir tor Cily
Schools in Ilm lollowijlg quantities I
Cent in l School--29 pords,
I a,ii.-,I,.I,  School—10 cords.
East End Schoul—I cords.
Tenders lo be I. al. ..I  »i|li  the un-
deraignad liy I fit li June.
flEORQE i.'AMI'BPi.'j.,
Seen I my Hoard ol
School Trusties, P. I).
Hox 178.
TIIKIIStll'IIICAI. SOCIETY
The Theornpltical Society inc.lain
North Vancouvor in llnoin I, 61 Lous-
dule Avenue (mtian.e nxl io UM-
pome I'arlor) every Widuiailuy ovinia at
at H o'clock. .Alt mluii'i. ia entirely
free una I curries no obligations ivlt.it-
ever. You are Invited, Throlt'|l|t'C»l
study nn.l tpieelions,
WANTEO-In     North     Vancouver,
antiill lot, small eush puynunl, monthly terms.    Apply HHlii, lisprftze tKli.-.-.
11-8
i\ Items
WANTICD-Dressmaking. .Ul Wnds ol
good-clues work undertaken. / Shirt
wni.'ls und akirts u specialty/ Hrs.
ltnymc-nt, '.'ml house, 8th street, ml
joining Boulevard, North Vunciiv. r.
FOK BENT
l-'niiii 4...I ia ia nn to tint. Apply   l'J3
til It at reel t'nsl.
TO BENT—Two or llir.e unfurnished
rooms with use of bathroom. En |lliro
Box 100.1, Kxprcse Ollice. '1 l-IS
MiBOULLANEOUB
ric-.li     lliittcruiilk    daily    st    the
(irollo, 6 cents per riunrla*
Five 5H-lo.il cleared lots, Inniing on
'irntifl llotilevaid, one hlock -ffflm
l.onailiilo cur. 11,000, KIWI be h, hah
ance aiv quarterly paymmts. Waid
lltiriiic«ii.|' mul vmi Ornevenils.      6-6
Person who look two bidders tr nu
outside Itiiinliow I'ufe hid heller ie
liun ill.-in 1.i th' Morrison Si n V,   a I.
l,o avoid priisi'i'iiliuii. —-li
Angus J. Cameron
A M I I     .'.   B.
CIVIL ENGINEER
Irrigulion, ilrntnage, levels, plans
and ipeoHtcatinni. Septic lunks and
house ali,iiii..i?.,- u specially. P. II.
Bos '111, Itiila street wesl ol llewicke
Avenue.
New Harness Shop
A nilANCH.OF THE VANCOUVEK
HABNESS I'll, HAS BEEN OPENED
IN THE I'ltldMISES OF THE ('. U.
k N. (XIAI, AMI SUPPLY CO., Cull.
ESPLANADE AM) ST. (II'OBHE'S
AVE. A FILL STOCK OF EI11ST-
CI.ASS HARNESS AMI HOUSE PIT
i im.. WII.I. HE CARRIED. A
SPECIALTY WII.I, HE MADE OF
REPAIR WOliK. PRICICfl Wll.I, BE
THE SAME AS THOSE IN VANCOUVER
Vancouver Harness Co.
I'HONE 2M
II.  I.MtlKilK
Expert on Fireplaces and all
classes of Brickwork
All Work i:.... nu. i .ad
Corner Kilteentb St. .ud M.hon Avi.
c. dowu
20NTRACTOR AND HL'II.DKH
l'lani, Specificatious, Estimatei
P, 0. Box 37, North Vancouver
FOUND NOTICE
Thore ia in city pound one buy mare
with blsck mini.' uml tail, lip ol lelt
ws lit'. II not cluiuiod on .,i Mure
Baturday, the .toI ol June ut I" a in
will be sold gt public auction at cily
h.ll lo defray ..x|u'iim* of impouwlin;
uid animal.
A. .1. SHANNON,
Pound!. tvp.l
North Vancouver,
May 'Mb. 1811. 2-fi
Wind. Rtirmeslrr k Von UrueveiiitM,
like North Vancouver prospei'ia, hive
come lo lho (rottl. Their office is now
removed to the corner ol laonsdiile and
hth slreel', Call and iiivreliguli' properties in any locality ol the district.
1*8
HENRY H. WATSON.
Architect
llaia.uis 10 and 11, l'ender Chambers,
fill lvn.le. Street W.       I'hone 3161
and )a,n-ilaile Ave., North Vunc uvcr
Kesitlence,  cor.  Lonsdale  Ave   aati
Mud street, North Vancouver.
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION
NOTICE is hereby given «lhot lite
co-partnership heretofore subsist in., be-
Israeli ilm iind'Taien d ua reul ealiilc
broken, under the lit in n.niie of
Pierce tV Hull ol .Norlh Vancouver,
haa this duy hen dissolved hy mil-
I uul consent. The hits ness u ill h re
tiller Im- carried on by II. •'■ V. Hall
l,y wh.om all deht. of ihe old firm will
in- paid, iiiiil to aahnui all outstanding
iiccoiinla due the old firm are lo hr
paid.
IIEORliE II. PIERCE.
HERBERT C. V. HAI.I.U'i
FRED G. TURNER
Notary Public
Loans,   Invcslmsnls    and    Iniuranee.
Boom 'Iin, hii Oranvllle St., Vanoou-
v.r, II. (.'.   Phone KMIl.   Land  Registry work  a specially.
Excellent Residence Loti
in Lynn Valley
NEW SI HSIIHVION on Fr„mme Bond
mar   Irani   line.    Block   I,   I). I
't»l6, hats '.ttllil, price, from *'1'1>
up.  Una1 liffii enal., l, ai..ie,. io arrange.
I. A Wild LOTS on lloskius Boad 6k
17ft, rloac lo 11iiiiiwn>. Only -M'.ti,
piiyuble on.'tilth caah, balance lo
urriiiige.
I.ARliE CORNER LOT- Centre Boa I
and l!Hh attwl |(W.6slfS7 ll. A
main il..,n.u..hfiiii-. Prion only tl,'
llfill lor iiiiiin.li.il.. sale. Terms *!WI
cash, balance lo arrange.
IN NORTH UlNSDAI.E-Two lots on
Nye s|rrel mar pidilic school-
purlly   t'b-urul  nud   smell   shack.
Id aa.- only taVH) for in dm!., sale,
t'lW Mid, b.ilini.-e to iiirunge.
Alexander Philip
HEAL ESi'ATE HIMIKEH
(hii, Block, Espluii uie.
Noilh Vancouver. llwne IU
"Will tbe World be
Burned Wben Christ
Comes?"
is llie subject ol > Ir- ion- to lie
given at tlm
K. P. Hill, North ViiKouwr
etmiij, jut 4, i f. m.
By C. E. HEARD
l.i-iiiiri-r  for ihe  International
Hilik: Students' Association
AU Wdamt He I
Freeh Fruits daily at lbs Grotto.
J, Loutst end'North boasdul.
Fresh Cream »t the Grotlo, 8fi cents
per pint,
Elder Minr.y Lo. lira insuranfe.
Fresh    Buttermilk    daily   at   ths
Orotto, li cents per ipmrt.
On ni'i'.iu.'i o| the lirsl communion
lor nhildrcn beni huld in Bt. Edmund's church ou Hi nduy u st the
regular aervie will le h Id at 9 a.m.
instead of 10.1.1 ns helore. A ep.oial
musical   program  has  limn  prepared
llll'   Ihu   III'OM'   aa.ddliT.
Whils unloading «pn)e hardware Irom
an esprees wagon on Wedmday (p,
Ihe warehouse ol Fain* * M»PI»n on
First street east, a driver backed hii
rig Ihrough lho plate glass windaw
ol the premises fornwrly .popupM ■ »•
offices by Mr. Alexander 1 hilip.
On Thursday morning the e te ol
Cols va. Donaldson wus h-.'uid liefore
Mayor McNeiah apt! C f. Foremaiii
il. I'. Mr. Percy S, Cole was rhaned
wilh having ilama^ed or dee.royed a
signboard hel. n.ing to Mr. .1. W.
Dotiahlson. Mr. Doll ihis n showed
thnt his sign hid been pain'id mil
and tt clolli aiun of the nei-ii-.nl tnckctl
over il. Tho .1 usticee coiisitkired Ihu
while (he l|gn h d l.e n defucid linn
was no eviihnce to fhow who hud
done il nnil lor Ihis renmn Ilia rust
wus diamissfd.
Prize List for North Vancouver Horse Show
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'Ihe i.,11...'in is u toii.cl d pri/j.
lisl of Ihe North Vuticuvcr Horse
Show which will be held lide r,t, -lu...-
lllh mid Huh. lion. W. It. Ross, M.I'.
P., will open the horse show ivri'ii.nn-
ics. The above cul depicts th" iiiim-
dons   cups  d.,imt..1 by vuro a   ind.-
idituls and ilistitulioni of North Vuneouver lor Ihe wiiai.eis ol the vur.ous
La- a,- These cups huve liein O'l rl-
liiliiliaaii iii lite win low of llin.yltiiks
k Sons, Vuncuiiver, for some diva
uud mny lie saa.,i ut any lime by iu-
lereeted parties.
HEAVY' DBA! (HIT U.ASS
'In be shown in h.iine-..
I. Pair linraoe, liiiNI His. und over.
ii|..i. lo all Isl prize, cup, Norlh
Vancouver Coal und Supply t'o.
1.   Pair Hursts, I  lbs., imler I,-
fillll lbs.   Open to all    Isl pri/r, Van
couver   H.aain-- Co.
'1. Single lloiai', IfilSI llts. or over.
0|wn to ull.   Isl prise, coeit HI'i.
I. Single Horse, I I'm llw., mtdi'i
IfiOII Iba. Open lo till. 1st prise, cash
flu. -
6. Pair   horses,   liiWI lbs, or over.
North   Van iver   nly   and   district,
Ial prize, Cup, Norlh Shore Press.
fin. Best pair, ally weight, N. Vancouver eily mid districl. Isl prize,
cup, Mayor W. MrNujsh.
*. I'nir Horses, I lull'tis., under I.-
fillll lbs. Norlh Vancouver I'ily and
Ih-iti.i Isl prize, il', I'a b, Rrac't-
man k  Ker.
7. Single Horse, Hioo Ihs. uml over.
North Vuneouver Cily aad Districl
Isl prim, Cup, Sale 4 Co,
H. Single Horse, I It'll Ihs.. under I,-
WHl II,..    North Vancouver city   and
islrirl.   Ial prize, cup, Dr. Apphtry.
Hit. Draught nn.I.- or guid'Oi, r.vi-r
I,IUU Haa, N. Vancouver cily mid di.
Irirl. Cup, N. Vencouver Hoird 4
i'r.de.
'i Brood Mate, foal nl lool. Open
111 all.   Isl prize, Trophy, W. Bnil.y.
Ua. Hi.,...I m.ai.. roadster, open to
all.   Cup, N. Van. Carriaage Works.
HI. Knur Horse Team. Opes I" ||)<
Isl prize, (up, II. Puvg
II. Four Hoise Te.tn. Si.tlb V.n
Couver Cily nnd District Isl priz.-,
Cup, Alex. Smith It Co.
II lli.i.n.ht Slulliin, uny ug*. Open
to .11.   Isl priat, caah 111.
OENEIIAL DELIVEHV ('LASH
13. Pair Horses under l.'Hai lb.., I„
Is? shown as us.d in cily ddiviry.
Open. I0 all. 1st prlu, dip, •). A. Mc-
Uillnn.
II. I'nir Horses under 1,'MHI lbs., li.
lw shown as uaed in eily ddiviry, N.
V. City und District. Isl prize, Cup,
I. M. Fromme.
Ifi. Sinirle Horse under IP lb- .
lo lie shown as ust.il in cily ddiverv.
N, V. Cily and Hii.i.i Ut prize,
Cup, W.ioil k Sun.
WIADSTEBS
ID. Pair Trolling llnrsas, Ifi hands
and over. Isl prin, Cup, M.lkin all
Co.
17. Pair Trolling Horaei, under Ifi
hands. Isl priz.-. \,„'i„, buidbsg.
Armslroiig k Co.
Id, Single Trolling Home. Ifi hi.ti'l-
and over, isl prize, leather yondr.
Value flO.   B   C. laaiih. r Cfl.
IV. Single Trolling Horse, tndnr 'fi
bands.   Isl priie, ('up, -I   II. Ilr.io1...
HO. Htondord-brnd Stall on, i.ny a-js.
Isl iiriir, Cpff V. I*rion.
81. Brood Mar., Slondiird-br d. '.,,,1
.1 loi>l.   Isl pria', Cup, Birks (t Son.
f*. B4t,  oiaaaardAxod. 1st   prize,
Cup, itiaui.-i.il, id Bros.
'    !KI.   Coll,   I  year,   under   '1   yen;.
Isl prize, I7.B0, l'uluce Livery Stables.
'II.   Coll, 'J years, under 3yours. Isl
prize, 47.fiO, Palace Liviry .''Lihlni.
>   '26.  Pair Pacers. 1st prize, Ci.,i, In
l.|.. ...I...   Liipior Co.
36,   Pucer, Single, Ll prize, "up, (I.
II. Allan.
'17.   Driving Horse. Norlh V n. I'ily
i ami   Districl.  Isl   prize, set  hut It as,
('apt. Cutes.
HACKNEYS
|   -'ad   Pair, Ifi huiids uml ov. r.      Isl
prize, Cup, llollybtttn Co'.
'10.   Pair under Ifi hinds,  l.l  ptizo,
, Cup, Stanley I'nrk Liver;.
I   .'VI.   Single, Ifi luinds and over.   1st
priis, Cup, Irwin k Billings.
31. Single under Ifi hands. 1st pile
Cup, Woods k Decker.
■I'-'    I'nir, driven hy lady.   Isl prize,
Cup, C. E. Lawsuit k Co.
i    113.   Single, driven by lady. I.I |'i/c,
Cup, Mr. tl   A. Mi'Buin.
|   31. Tandem.  1st print, (up, C.   F.
Inckson.
'   3fi.   Huckntiy    Slulliin     1st   prlte,
Trophy.
SADDLE HOUSES
36. Suddle Horse. Open lo ull. 1st
prize, Cap, T. Kingslsy.
37. Ladies' Suddle Horse, un er 15
hands, op. „ in nil.  1st prize, Trophy
' A. E. Liddle.
38. I.ndies' Suddle Horse, Ifi him Is
i and   over.     Open   lo   all.  1st   prize,
Trophy, A. E. Lidtilc
I    3U.   .lumper.   Open lo nil.   1st prize
] Trophy, S|ieniier'L(d.
'    IWu.    Bosl    |ierforniance   over    l.iilr
jumps, I ll. 6. in. Iai li   Tio|hv.
40. Best lady rider, Kill |ier cent.
1 iilloweal for eipieslrianship, optn lo all.
Isl prin',   Cup,   Kelly, Douglns k Co.
PONIES
41. I'nir, under I3.S bends. I.I prize
Cup, A. II. Diplock.
4'1. Pun. I'll mad nol over 14.2
hands. Isl prize, Trophy, Mr. C. II
Hon ley.
43. Siuiflr, under 11,11. Isl prize,
III) cash.
44. Single, 13.8. nol ovsr H.lhunds
Isl prize, Cup, II. Bridgman.
Ifi Saddle Pony, under 13.8 Isl
prize, Trophy, Mr. D. A. .Smith.
16. Saddle Pony, 13.8, not over 14.8
Isl prize, Cup, Royal Bunk.
47. Singls Shetland, driwu hy boy
or girl under 14 years. Isl prize, Cup,
Bank of Hamilton.
16. I'nir She!binds driven hy l..i> ...
girl under 14 years. 1st prize, Cup, F
T. Salsbury.
I'I Shetland ridden liy boy or girl
under II years. 1st prill, Trophy.
fill.   I'ony, jumper, not sh.tl, n.l   Isl
I'll/'-,    Clip,    (j,    l.li.l     a.II
fil. SliHliuid Slnllioii, any age. Isl
I prize, ||0 cash.
h'2. Shetlaml Bnn.il mute, loul ul
loot.   Isl prize, 110 cub,
63, Sh.-thiiid |.iiii|«r, li'ld.n hy Im
or girl under 14 years. 1st priaw, 110
cub.
IM. Polo Pony, club to Is' cnrriel
1st prize, 110 Caeb.
TAM.V HO
fifi. Best turnout, 4 or ti horw*.
open lo 'lb.    I.I  piizi', llfi eush
\iyv.ni iioHsEs
To lw ilsiwn lo an oppropriolc ve
blob.
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Trophy,
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7J| paial" stamped
on Garden Hoat in
guaianlce ol Quality.
We are uie agenli
Ior Nortk Vancouver,
lor this bland ol Hoir,
have handled tame (or
ycais, aad guarantee
every loot.
When buying IW,
iniisl on getting the
bat. Lawn Sprinklers, Nozzleiand
Reeii ol ihe belt
qi alily alwayi in itock
Paine & McMillan
Tile Hardwaie S. ec .il. U
Phore 12
First Street and .Lonstlale Avenue
McMillan's for money savers
A FKW OF OI'B PHICES-COMPAKF. TIIKM VIIH ANV.
Sugar, granulated, l> Ih. suck ...SI-Oil  Cawwd fruHt, iMui.ij. ' ul,fauna
leu, McMillun's 3 Ib. lor  II.Wi!      I'eaia,   Vtecha,   Apricot,   end
Unking Powder, folcdyke I'i.... 1 Havapharicf. ikt liu .J0c.
"dl Hi oz. tin    lfic  pdUee, 6we Kugluh pklike, per
Coffee--whole roust und fr.shly I..>r.I■   , H .35c.
ground, per Ib ; 'lfic I Holler, frrsli guile, New Xenland
Hum, fuii'-y stigor cured |ier lb...80c [      3 ll,. tl in
j. a. & m. McMillan
 Phone 20	
D.L. 1039
Almill II -il .i M.l.   Iioin Car Terniioiit
Half Acre for $650
Hmi.r Blocks 42 & 43    150 x 147.   KASV. TERMS.
f rl SEE NORTH LONSDALE BEFORE BUILDING
JACK LOtTCT
J13 I.ONSDAI.I' AVI-.
TRL 47
COB. NYE STi'fcliT
TEL. 87.
More Money
Savers at the
New Drug Store
<'.Idlm U I5C
Allenbnry'i Food    45c and by
Horlick'l Mailed .'.ink ;v,'/«,<} 50
Ni-iiIc'i I*'o*l  45c
(iioPilll..    . ....jjt, jforfi.M
/.I llll.Ilk '••li*
Absorb' 111 ( oiion. 1 pound rolls 40c
Wsiitpoli's Hc<f. Iroo and Wine 75c
Kemp's invslid I'on 90c
1
Recti ved I Iiii week a lull line of
' ..ni. us end Photographic Supplies.
ItVtiicmlicr our P^eKiiplioo Department is complete and one of Ihe
Inn -i on llie Coul.
Hav your Doelor 'phone your
prescription io us.   Wc deliver lo
your house and mvc >oii oooet.
North Shore Drug Co.
ESPLANADE WEST
P. Ss THOMAS, Ptoi.B. tff
I'boue 311 House Phone 724

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