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WHJAI. AW PSBSOlfAI,
Wis. J. 0. Morrison .will not receive
OH tbt second Wednesday of December
Mf. W. J. Irwin, wbo is at present
in Victoria, It oipoctcil homo tomor
rpw
A granil bazaar anil dinner is to
take place in connection with St. Au
ijriw'i Pfoabytoriau church ou Hocom
ber 10th. A most enjoyable (unction
Is anticlpatoil.
A trio of Italians, named Dominion
• fan, Mick Forgin and Nicholas Scall,
were on Wednesday morniug found
guilty of having boon drunk and ilia
orderly and were fined 16 ami costs
or Hi days iu default.
Mr. A. /. Drury, for tevors) years
associated with the St. Eugeno Milling
OMAgny, ami well known to til former
residents of Hoselanil, was a visitor at
the Kxprcss ollico this morning. Mr.
Drury is at prosout coouecteii with tho
Matou k Bitch I'lano tlompauy, at
Vancouvtr.
Witb tbe Bev. T. IT itowe as principal, tbt St. Thomaa' Qlrls School,
N. Lontdali, now opencil, thouiil bo
riiiiio a flourishing institution. Par
outs wbo desire thtir daughters fo lie
will educated at reasonable espouse
havo here a seminary thtt should moot
their wishes. Arrangements are now
afoot to bave a building envied in
the spring which will accommodate
thirty or forty boanlors lo nldition
to day pupils.
Ur. Wm. Allan, of Strathavon,
Scotland, recently visited North Van
couver for tbo purposo of looking up
bis ffiends, Mr. and Mrs. Bobt. Oil.
mu, wlin reside in Nortb Lonsdale. Ur.
Allan, wbo is a well-known contractor
it enjoying bis second ploasuro trip
around Iho world. He left on Wed
BNday by tbe SS. Martina for tbe
Hawaiian Islands, New /calami and
Australia; tbence to Japan and home
liy way of tbe Siberian and continent
al railwiys.
Mr. aad Mrt. W. D. McFarland of
Fifth ttrttt were very pleasantly sur
prised by V number of thair /rien.li
laat Ivtelng,
ditg annivi
Tbty received
•uls. Those pi
Mrs. II. M Hum!
Askew, Mr. aad
MlUaa, Mr. and
Or. aad Mrt. J.
being tb
ry tud
Itrge n.
eut
toutb wed
» eildillg.
miser of prat-
'.•te Mr. tnd
and Mrt. II. A.
Malcolm Mc-
W. (!. (.'rocker,
Morrison,  Mist
h*t
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Marl* and Miss/C»lbcrino Kennedy,
Mr N. Kiaatdi, Mr. and Mrt. H.
I'routt, Mr. T. t Holt and Mr. t. W.
Btntoa. Tkl Aviniag was very cn
joyably sptnt/ pitying whist
Utile Jot Mlgt thought bt would
im a bit more pf Hie world tban wu
visibl* from bit horns on tbi comer
of IBtb and Mahon, to po Tumlty ho
tilled a favoribl* opportunity and
wandered away witb ptithtr compass
nor cpmaluerial. Hii distracted
parent* iaitmtd tb* polirc witb tbo
result tkat pat pf tat force located
the small waadcrer aad restored bim
to kit relative*. Hit travel* occupied all afternoon until about li o'clock
and doubtful lie taw many fearful
and wonderful things. II* ba* promised, however, to notify hll parents
tnd tkl pr«* bifore undertaking kit
neit crow-country tour.
Tkt growing popularity of tki city
a* a rasldaatiel district ii indicated
by tk* building rtcordi tot tho pre*
•nt moofh wkich show tbtt permit*
to tkt total value of 161,260 btv* beta
issued during tko list in days. At
corop»red will) tki previous month tke
figure* art highly satisfactory, showing ap Incroete of pvei 60 por cast.
Erectly Ifty permit* fcave been issued
ill of tbtn Wing ttf will dwelling
house* averaging HMO apiece.
Since Ik* Irtt of January permit*
to tho vein* of nearly tbiee quartern
of a million doJItrs have beta issued,
Iho citct flgure being 0717,006. Tk*
relurtt for tbe eleven months art as
follows: January aod February, IH,-
Ht; March, 111)4,360; April, ltl,Wt;
May, 68,086; Juns, $66,416; July,
4108,416; Augutt, 076,860; September,
♦78.344; OcUrter, ♦84,700; November,
061,880.
BBMOVAl NOTWB
Mr, June* Mllltm tt HI lopAtlp
Averte, has removed to the Hartaey
Cbamben, 147 Ptnder Strati Wait,
Vaaappytf,
"FAITHFUL TO HER'OLD LOVE,"
J^«»Vi£j:\*.,ttio,iii
"Tkat thit misting arts tbi city and diitrict councflt, tki Board of Trade and tbi Btttpsyen' Auoclatlon
to seriously consider tb* idviitbllity pf actually opposing tbi Incorporation of tbe North Arm Bridgt tnd Bail
way Company at Ottawa." Hesolutipn of miss meeting Saturday evening laat.
NOBTH   VANCOUVEB OITY    FEB
BIBS
Prolt sod Lot* Statement for Octobtr,  Wil
Btctlptt— •
Caih  fires I    7.86
Passenger ticket sales  .... 0400.60
Vehiclt ticket -sale*     1801.76
Prtlgbt rociipli ..-  830.46
Bent riceiptt   66.00
Wharfage account    36.00
Advertising revenue   03.60
11103.06
Dtibuntmeut*- -
88. No. 8-
Bip   equip  6.80
Btp. P.. tnd M. '  601.80
Btp. Hull    49.14
Fuel tccouat ..1  861.49
Eng.  iup  1.45
fleet.   SBp  151
88. No. 1-
Btp. eng. and mack  114.70
Fuel account     .......... 04.00
I.ogll  expense     46.00
Salaries   1848.70
Bint payment*  -... ItM
Advertising   eipeuse     181.44
Waler account    31.00
Oil, wuti aad suodrii* .... 24.88
PrioUag and stationery .... IUM
Llgkting account   133.30
Telephone  account     13.86
Oeueral eipette     IM
Auditor*' fees    UM
Van.  wbarf r*p*lra    801.18
frjuipaeut  repair*  10.30
Uu aad dtmtgt    11.71
Wages    8887.40
N. V. Wharf rep  34.46
88. No. J-
Bep. eng. and macb  400.40
Hep   hull      8043)7
Fuel tccount   1101.80
Eng. sup  10.71
N. V. Floats rep  887.17
Proportlop  in"-     41.06
Proportion insurance   468.88
Prppprtion debenture intern! 688.36
Donations     IOOjOO
10(8044
Imi dislioricmtnl*     818.80
Ua* monthly  depreciUion     863.00
Net low
80.61
—
NOBTH ABM BBIDOB AND BAIL
WAT WOFOflTION
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Ip support Mi eiplanation pf Um
telegram which tbe city council, ditlrict council, Beard pf Trade and
Katepayin' Association dispatched tp
Mr., H. H. Steven*, M.p. in condemnation pf Iki Nortk Aim Bridge proposition, the same representee bodies mailed a lelltr to tk* Dominion
government pa Widaoiday, enumtrat
lag the vtriom rettons wkick prompt-
ed Nortk Vincouver to to emphatically reject tkt icbeme. Tkose war* at
follpwi: "That po pipyiimp ws* madi
tay ipiotedlttt cpnstrpctlpp; tkat ao
provliion wis midc for paatpgtr pr
vehicular tnftc; tkat information rt-
girding ffnapeiil »rr»ogem**t» wa*
rifpaeA tit # tpmmittt* of IM mayay.
acting reive tpd present of tki Bprt.4
ot Trado, tkit M»g looked upon a*
lack ef eqntdence wben uking for
mm, mwWrel ^W* tw wvmmim m t^ma
tie inteutions was tubmittcd at to
tbt building of Ihu railroad, tho apparent object boing to obtain a most
valuable bridge site; that the railroad
at projected on the plan submitted for
our Inspection paralleled tbo location
of Ibo V. W. k Y. tnd tht B. I. T. and
B. Company; tnd tbat tht general information wat extremely indellnile and
unsatisfactory to your petitioners.
FBBBY      DIBEOTOBB'      MEETING
Sftjual t| luutwty Accident ■- Mayor
McNtiib OomaitoU pn Mr. Alei.
Philip's Litter.
Tkt firry dlrectoralt, at their rogu
lar melting yesterday afternoon refer
red to tbeir solicitor a letter from Mr.
Jotopb Le Duke, of Vtiivouicr, claim
iug |008 damages for lost sustained
pa November 161 b wben bit team, attached to a heavy furniture wtgon,
belted oa Lonidale Avenue tnd dish
ed headlong into the waten of tbe
Inlet.
Through tbt medium of Messrs. Ogil
vit k Brown, solicitors, Mr. UDujcc
but* bis claim agalmt tht company on
tht flat that tht gates at the entrance
tp the wbarf were left open. He tlso
stitee tkat during tke nlgkt servants
or agtntt of tke company attached t
rope to Ikt rig tall dragged it into
deeper water, aad that neit morning
pp tree* of titktr bones, wtgon hir
nnt or any part of th* outfit could be
found, and bive aot been seen linco.
Tkt itemised kill it: Horses, 0666;
wagon tad cover, $34; birncu 06;
pair Pf blankets, 07.
Tbe letter closed witk Ihe statement
that'all claims against tbe company
would be relcteod at once if tbe sccount wtrt paid immediately, otherwise
damages would lie claimed for«loss of
lime, etc.
Mr. William Brown of Vancouvor
wrote |p regard to Ike small ferry,
No. 1, suggesting tbat u tbo boat wu
used occasionally al least half of tkt
lifebelts skould lie pltccd on tkt upper deck. Ht pointed put tkat la cat*
pf aceidiat it would bt impossible for
patMogws to got to tke lower deck
for MU.'
Tht directors instructed the lecre
tary to reply suitably to tbit cprret-
pondtnt.
Mayor McNeish, who occupied the
chair, tkea madt referent! to Mr-
Alexander Pkilip'i letter on tkt "firry
frosting" published jn lbc |ut issue
pf tki Mom* 99 wpnkij? quoted
Ik* extract '.'From tkt time of lodging these pltns tlH tbit reversion tp
tk* O. T. P. scheme, we bear nothing
more of tke crossing, tnd wbta ihis
ickeme is discussed by lbc council,
tkt mayor declares it hu Ike approval
Of tki representative* of ti,' OouA of
Tijsdp and tk* Bflapayeti' AttJrKla-
Map. tnd tkpy all say ''No." The
mayor   emphatically   Contended   tkat
m-iiliiT one of Ihem suid "No." Fur
ther, Mr. Philip ukti "Do any of my
fellow citizens wonder wbon I ask
"What does if ull incanl There must
lie something behind it all that wo
know uot of. We ire still more mm
siJi.-.i when Die mayor says, it will
tsko a year to get this subway built."
lu antwer to this His Worsliip de
ilun-l tbat never in bis life did bo
utter these fords. Such a thought
nevi-r ontcrcd his miml.
Finally Muyor McNeiih observed
that considering tbe soudrco from
which the letter emanated and tho au
ibur's inclination towards writing to
the press, and bit wilb to drag other
people into answering iu lbc press, Ibe
licit Using to do wu to leave tbo
mailer ilone nmi ignore tucb letters
entirely.
Ilis Worship then announced that a
public mooting will bo hold iu Iho
cily hill ou Tuesday night, wbicb
meeting the directors will attend.
McDADE KERB
The wedding tool place on Wediies
dty of Mr. Owen McDadc and Miss
Agnes Kerr, tbe ceremony being sol
• ium. ni tt St. Kdinund's church. Tho
Bev. J. A. Hcilanl officiated.
THOMPSON FBASEB
The wedding look place recently tt
St. John's church of Mr. Frederick
Thompson of Vancouver, tn "old timer" in tbo lumber business, aud Miss
Caroline McKcnzic Fruer, daughter of
Mr. I). 8. Frascr, Nortb Vancouver.
Tbo ceremony was performed by the
Biv. J. II  Hooper.
McOUBK mab:
The wedding wis ioj6u>uixcd yet
lerilny evening of Mr./f.iirlii-ld Mc
Ourk of Vancouver,/nd Milt Mtbcl
f.ollie, diughter of#fr. K. II. Mtrklc,
of 443 Lontdiie k/eiue. The ceremony
wes performed ti Hits tddrcss by the
Bev. W. p. Kcliliclcr. Tbe brido wu
given away by bor falkOr tnd wu attended by Mlu Nell Mtrklc. Mr.
W, Mtrklc tctei) u beat map, and
Miu Vi Marble u Oowtr girl.
ST. THOMAS' UHUBOH
The extensive additions and alteration* which havt been in progress fpr
lonip weekt put on St. Thomaa' ehureb
Nortb Lonidale, aro now completed
and services will ke keld in tkat edifice os Sundty. Tk' additional space
adds fully Ofty per cent, to tk* sett
ing rapacity of Ike church tpd tlordi
greatly improved accommodation in
every garticulir. fa futuro services
■iill b* held'both morVuig tnd evening op each Sunday, iuiujead of ia tke
morning only u heretofore.
HOfJaeaaawjps
CALENDAR OF EVWiTS
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MonAty, (Mc. 414. -Meeting pf Oity Council, 0 o'dpek.
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DBBIOAWOM ft? MASONIO ?B¥
m
Among the numerous structurtt tkat
have boon erected in lfp$) Vancou,-
vor during t|io past threo years, tbtr»
ii none more imposing tban the nnt
on Lonidalo avenue bearing tke inscription "Masonic T»»p|»." iympt In
tbe carrying put of ap important event
in connection with this e/liflco tkat
there was held thoroin sn especial
ceininuuicitiou of tkt M/ W. Grand
l/odgo of Anciout Free pnd fectptod
Mtsont of tkl Province of Britlab
jjolmnhia  on  Tuesday  it tbii week,
3lis being itt solemn ,' dedicttipn to
usonic pur|ioict, tgreeibly to tncieut
form and utago by F.U. Burd, Qrand
Master, assisted by thp following officers hf the Qrand htigg: ti. 9. tiato-
wood y D.O.M., 'III Miller u
B.a.W.\ Win, Htmiltrt u J.Q.f, W.
A. Do Wolf Smith, /(). See., and Wra.
Aitloy, lip. of Ceremonies.
At (ht \pncluiion of tbe dedicatory
ceremonies \tbo /Irani! Matter wis
plciiod to proceed with the institution
of u lodge iliulyr dispensation, to bt
i.iinivii u taej Duke of Connaugbt
lodge.
The new lo^ge it officered u fol
lows:
W.B.  h. Wtltsl Doncy, P.M.   ..WM
W.B.  A.   til! Ciinpbell,   P.M.   ..l.l'.M
Bro. W. J./lrwk  8.W.
ltro. J. WvL I) ualdson  "...J.W-
W.B. K. Al. Motion, P.M. ..Chaplain
Hro. W. J.  Will in   Treuurer
Hro. Iv Ij. Brid man  Secretary
Hro. ti. ti. Palm r  8.D.
Bro. T. a Nye .
Bro. C. il. Henu
Hro.  A.IO.  Porr]
Bro. c, ii\  11,.is
Bro. A.lw. Bull \ J.S.
Bro. 8.1 Jarvli  . .1 Tjflir
At tie close of\ the new lodgi •
hearty /invitation Omi extended to all
present to Ond thpil way to tbe ban
ijuet loom whore relretbmcnts were
nv.iiiiilig them. Aftes the inner man
had liken satisfied several toaals were
proposed tnd ably rospooded to by
pn.nm..-nl members of tbe fraternity.
A ijiuirii'iic from tbt ibuir of Mt.
ll.'iniiin i.ss.lge No. 7, aided materi
ally io Ibo success of the ovening'i
s'xerclses u wu evidenced by tkl
hoarly spplauie tondired tbeir collet
live and individual selections.
 J.D
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 8.8
DIBD
Willi) Di, Friday, Die. 111. at tki
family resilience. lOtk street, afttr tn
illness of but a few hours' duration,
Until Mary, elder daughtir of Mr. aad
Mn. J. ti. Wood, agod two yean and
-even months. ,
Express Classified Ads.
WANTBO
WANTKD   To    cicavalorsi    Berth.
Apply  Willtce Shipytrds Ud.     t.f.
WANTKD   flood  gasoliuo tint, 11
cents each, 836—Ctb itreet eut. 8818
WANTKD- A geniral servint im
mediately. Apply Mn. Dr. Newcombe,
Victoria park Stat. f 18
Wc bave money for tke purchase of
Agreement* of Salt. Canadian Finaa-
eien Ud., Bank of Hamilton Building.
WANTKD Boarders. Mrs. Simp
son, wko has Mr. Bailey'a house, eor.
Keith road and Cbt*t*r#tld avinut,
tea accommodate boarden afttr
Monday, November 87tk. Oall or pbone
70. ' 6 1!
FOE SAM
FOB BALE—Freak muthroomi dally
at Ikt OrotU. « 18
FOB BALK- Healing Stove ia goad
condition, cheap.   Apply 440 Loaldalt
Ave. i.f-
FOB SALB-Baia coat tnd Ovireoat
(stout man) Wakl, Boom 10, Victoria
Booms, Unidtli Avinut, Nprtk Van
couver. 8 18
FOB NALK A hooded buggy io
good condition, cheap. Apply leter
son, Otk ttrttt, between Quicnibury
apd Moody Avinut.
FOB BALK Fir food, 04.60 ptr
eord. Apply John Campbell, 827-614
street fttt or pkoap HI. IB 18
FOB BALK Fint growth dry wood
for 0476 ptr cord, I tt. O UtOadt,
Hon* 08. »af.
FOB SAI* -Tkree M ftot lot* „
(Juten Street, Iv* minutei' wilt from
Lonidale. Toiao. Apply |v Ksprtas
OfRct.
1. f Ottmm * Wrlatt tl 0
new otlci la laym Va«rt »W >»OJ0MOf
T"   "t"»   999   mWMJf   appSW/   99fwm*mm
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I,onidalt Avtae*.
FOB f^lfjp-I.igllt delivery liurso,
weight )Mt Iks- Good all round
vauner. John Aleiumler i tip., HI
Lpnidaie Avppue, N. Vancotiver.  t.f.
FOB SAI.E—Kojth road close to
Boulevard, 8 room bouse, strictly 'mod-
trn, aortr beon occupied, well built
far owpen owu use, fumueo, or will
rent subject \p |tlo. for priea snd
terms apply f'oftrell liivi'slment Co.,
813 Hpmtr street or phono Seymour'
800, pr B. N. Maltby, phouo 834, Nortli
Vancouver. .88)8
FOB BENT
IIOOMS fOM BENT-Ifousokopplng.
818 Snd Street eut.
"TO BENT-Nice Broomed flaCApply Lppidtle Supply Stores, llll Lonsdale Avonue. t.f.
FOB BENT-flno spite, flplonial
Apartments. Telophono ami best in
eluded. t.f.
TQ BBNT—Boomt-Sujt one or two
gentlemen, neir Lousdtlc. Hoard ar
ranged, 108 Keith road oast.      11-13
FOB BKNT House on 10th street
facing toutb. dust off Lonsdale. Hunt
088.60 per month. Apply Nortb Vincouver Goal and Supply Co. I.f.
Furniihed rooms,  single  and   two
double   with   stove, good und   warm,
suitable for three or four friend's. 168
But 3rd streot. 1018
TO BKNT Choice modern suites ou
3rd stroet. Apply Alex. Smith k Co.,
North Vancouver. t.f.
LOST AND FOUND.
FOIIND-Ouo lishiug  dory.   W.  C.
Thompion, Hollyburn P. O. 1-18
L08T—A .-mull bunch of beys between post office tud Chesterfield. Return to Express Office.
LOST—AT Forry .wliurf sinull fox
Terrier. Namo (Calmer) mi collar.
Wtt icon on Lynn Valley ear. Please
roturu to Hank of Hamilton.      113
L08T—Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 28,
ladies' baud bag, iiglil brown. Left
titbtr in ladies' room, Vamoiiver
wharf or upper cabin in ferry Norlb
Vancouver No. 2. Contains papers
and prescriptions of value lo the own
er only, ono pocket boob with 01, oue
key, tic. Finder please return to No.
800, 10th St. K, Nortb Vancouver, or
write boi 1780, Norlh Vancouver. Bo
ward. 6-12
MISCELLANEOUS
A. Loutet and Nortb lunsdule
Git it at Ijontdolo Pharmacy Phone 20
Agreements for Sile discounted.
Monty waiting. Lousdalo Bealty Op.,
636 Lonsdale Avenue. Phono 317.   t.f.
It.
O, Livery and  Hoard  sltbles -
Light rigs tnd li.lics'rtddjo1.j|)WW-...        _    .
for biro.  Stabling for horses. "Gci. 'i-G£3^
trtl delivery tnd heavy teaming.    IL
Duma*, 4th street west. Phone 847 t.f.
Wt close Sundays.' Phono 324. J.
H. Knglisli, O. K. Grocery, 13 Lons
dale Avenue.
For plumbing, pipe Oiling and con
netting see F. B. Ilcrniuii, Frederick
Boad, Lynn Valley, or Phone 181.   t.f.
M. n. Bayment for first diss dress
miking. Second, bouse, 81b itreot K..
adjoining west of Boulovard and ctr
Bat. tf
Tkt Trutk students diss will meet
•vtry Tuesday evening at 0 p'clpck at
tkl residence of Mrs. Oallagker, Kaitk
road, near Bidgeway. Students dtiir
ing kkber spiritual uufoldmeul pro
epid"y invited to ttlend. If
Imported tailoring. Gent'i spill to
measure from 012, frcigkt and duty
paid, kundredi pf sample*. A poet
card will bring them to your door.
Bobert Smith, 2310 '.'lark Drive, Van
couvir.   Phoni Fairmont I0f82/t. 14-12
Tk* City Dyi Works, on' cornet Ki
planed! Beat and Umdale aro enaWtd
by virtut pf tkeir la/go plant in fbe
tlty tf pot oply glean Ifie cloth but
tk* lipiag, potketi, cm of evtty suit
tkty dry die* tt tkt earao moderate
prices tkoy k»vt ilwayt cktrgid. f.f.
Bewef conpactiom toae by ejptrl
pipeltycn. Work guaranteed tp pus
eity engineer's office inspocllpp. Otly
frit du» Scotch pipe and prime Port
und cement uied. Ktllmtlc* furnltb
ti. Apply K. B. Ptykull at pflce pf
Nprtk Vancouver Opal and. Supply Go,,
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NEHEMIAH 8U)I,RS THE i»Alh PP
JEBysA^EM
King! do not liho tilt sigbt of uiiliup-
)i,v I'ni'iiii. It is a discount upon t|ioir
ability to confer happiness. Nopti-
oon III. would not spe Abd-el-Kador
until it ihould bs in bit power tp grant
hii request, and thus change bii cpun
tnimuri!.   Louie  XIV,  flnoat  us'tur pf
royalty, wanted every face to shine
ant) ho wreathed In wilts wben bp
appeared. It Is a wnn'iur tbit Nebu
iiiiuli did not go to tbe dungeon or
scaffold for marring tbt royal banquet with hit lachrymose visage. But
in answer to prayer, the king's heart
wns that moment in tho lard's hand
like a brook of wator, Ha turned it
whither he would. It is probable too
tbat in answor to prayer, Esthor wu
tbe queen who sat bisiilo tho king
and aided her fellow-countrymen with
bor periuauivo inlluonoo, lu tbo cri-
aii, Nehemiah hid recourse onco moro
tq prayer, thit trusty weapon ho had
uied daily for four months, lie breath-
od in iniudiblo, momentary priyer.
The acquel it well known—tbo king'i
I'm mul.i<; diipoaition; tho letters to
tho pubis lieyonii tho river insuring
life conduct; tbe bodyguard of cup-
t:iins mil liiiini'iiii'ii; tho order to tbo
king's forcntur to hpuor Nehemiah'«
requiaitions for timlior; the successful
journey tnd arrival; the moonlight ride
of silsss'i vmii'is alum! tho city; tnd, Jii.nl
ly, the uililn'mt which incite! the. Jewa
to rebuild tho will. Never wis a
grcit. nntiuiiiil enterprise umlertakon
under more uufavoralilo circumstance*.
The liliorert were few and inexperienced; .i.iiii:. . main and crafty; in
shall of 1 clean aite, i boip of rub
lnidi; conspiracy within tho city, ami
threiteniug nlvuncus of tho cuomy
Uut tho .'i'nl of Ni'lii'iiiinli wu more
thin a iniili'li for evon mu Ii a com
liiiialiiiu of adverse affairs. Su, li or
ginliing ability ii ho displayed bu
nover been enlisted. They worked at
familicH imi I'liilil-. Thero was i
good-natured rivalry. Armed, thoy
afooil reidy to repel im-uraiona. Who-
liter tbey worked or mounted guard,
their falnilics ."iiiinl in groups behind
them, and iu the moro diitanc back-
ground itood their homes and tho tern
plo, io tbit they hid i comtint ob
joct lesson to remind thorn tint the
work in which they wero cngigcd wu
for Odd imi homo and native land. In
tho incredibly abort spice of fifty two
dayi tho work wu done. Hippy Noho
miuli u on the night of tbe lut diy
be cloiod ind burred the city gito.
Whit joy to know that the temple
built witb twent/ouc ycin of toil,
wit now, with ill its pricclcu toil'
tents, after loveuty yean of exposure
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houie drainage a specialty. V. 0.
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Up to ililo Millinery
Moderlao Hatei
Kiitb Block    93 Lonidalt Av*.
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CARBUTT
Studio   ovtr  Bask   B. N. A.
Lonsdale and Etpltsadt
safe from bedouin incursion and tbe
touch pf sacrllpglous lundsl Thus terminated * .task which, ip its magnitude,
difficulty, and importance, stands next.
to the liuililing pf the tpmple itself,
Tbt Teachir's Lantern
TI||) utility of prayer hus in exemplification in Neheiniuli.     Tlm uu.ler
taking uf rebuilding tho wall wu bo-
gun, continued, and consummated in
prayer. Tbo ' aggressive Christian
must'he ready tp endure ridicule. San-
bulbil, lud Tuliiiili played u game of
hattlniliiiir and shuttlecock ivilliin earshot pf tho inexperienced buildora.
They liindlpd jibos it tboir expense.
"Hal Imi bow builders! Will thoy fin
fah tho work in a day I" "The weight
of a fax is enough to break down
puch a wall us that." Mockery Is no
now weapon. Tho Christian must just
he Impervious to it. The idvuntagu
of thorough nrguuixutlon hu a Due
illiiiilriiliiiii in this hook. Tho caption of tho third chapter ii very aig-
nlflcint. "The names md order of
thorn tint liiiililml Iho wall. Each
family, ordur and guild, from tho high
priest to the men-hunt, was given a
..pe, iii,' portion to du. The laborers
were uruled and instruct oil. Nehemiah 's ilii.s'i'eiiiin was masterful. On
arrival be did not handicap himself
hy a promiturc admission of his oii
joct. ' Unobserved, ho made a person
al inspection of the walls. No douhf he
jotted dowu a meinorandu of tho work
mon and materials required. At tin
proper moment ho set forth thu ills
grace ind dinger involved in tho ruin
ed slate of the walls. So feusiblo did
ho make their re erection appear, thai
when in his Is nor ho criosl,-"(,'ome,
ind let ui I,ml.I up the wills nf Jen
Htlcml" the peoplo i.- -1■• ■ u■ I■ -■ 1. "I.c! us
rise up mil I)iil.il" Tho loneliness nl'
Nehemiah is pnlhelle. Tlm Import-
mi"' of his proposition wis uot ip
prociited.   Again  there  wu a  tingi
of i'.-i in I prejudice against him. He
bad been au affluent court favorite in
Babylon while the peuplo to whom be
.iiiiii' were in the dust ami danger of a
I.'..'in cl, clly. The people reienlcd
bia putting burdens upun them. The
pigo fiirly bristles with suggestions
to the social reformer of Hie io.' . ni
day. lie must confront a unity of un
boliovers ami a disunion of believers.
Critical words will pierce him deeper
than enemies' spears. Traitors in
.inni' uro worse Ihun foes afield. In
veterafe apathy in face of unrighteous
conditions is dispiriting to Ihe last de
grcc, Tbe civic worker hears tin
plaintive old time refrain of "strenglh
decoyed" and "we are nol able." Yet
never were motives for aggressive so
clal emleivor moro manifold ami in
spiring. Now is a time lo "remember
tbo Lord ind fight fur your brethren
ind your homes,"
Young Fsopls's DiTotiontl Service-
December 3. 1911.   8 Timothy 4:18
LetOHS From Oreat Lives.   (XII)
Fiul, (Consecration Hitting)
Neil to Jems, 1'aul tills the largest
spice in tho New Testament. He |i
student of law, persecutor, convert, mil
simian, prelchor, letter writer, apustle,
prisoner, martyr. He has affected the
destiny of tho world more profoundly
thin any other human being. lu •
seme, ho crciled Ihe current eivlllzt
tion of Europe and, by conscijucucc, of
America. Ilia statements of doctrine
aro the core of accepted theology
l'."ul is an inspirituul hero; oue, por
haps chief, of the ever living men of
Ood.
F. B. HERMON
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I'll"- Filling: and Connecting rromnlly
nnd tfurrcclly Done    Prices right
North Vancouver, Bt!. and l.ynn Valley
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SAW KII.K.HS.
DONALD DOWIE
Haw Filer and Orinder. All kinds of
hind, cross cut and buck .saws sot
and Died at shortest notice, lit 3rd
slroet etat, North Vancouvtr.
T A 11,1111.1.
E.LAURIN
High class Ladies' and Gtnt'i Tailoring
Fbont 307
KEITH WjOCK, FIBST STBEET
NOBTH VANCOUVEB
TKtlllKlia  IMIINIj').
SAM. T, SUTTON
TEACHEB OF PIANO and TIIEOUY
Specially i Children's f.***oaa at own
bo**. Terms, etc., apply Otswal
Delivery.
wati.'h ■Mrawiau.
b your watcb ftopnlag or goiag irrf
gularly?  Sat
A. I HOOD
Tbt Norlb V*ato«v*r Kaptrt
aad pioneer Jewell*
tS Lonaaeli Artoo.
BAPTIST OHUBOH
The l.aslii's' Aid society of the Bap
lilt church of this city will hold n sal
uf work in tbe old church building,
corner of St. Oeorge avenuo ind 5lh
street on Tbursdty, Doc. 7th, Ihe pro
coeds lo be dovotcd towirds furnish
ing the now church building now in
• nun r of orcction on Iho corner of
12th and Ul. Ooorge's. 6-12
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Ihe iiiids'islniii'd. and endorsed "Teh
der for Extent/on lo Wbarf at hi.w
art, p. (,'.," will he received at thit
"iii,, nniii i i)i) pin, ,,ii -j'tiiiiMiuy. December II, Iill, for the construction
of un Kxicnsl.in to wiinri nl Stewart,
Head ul Portland Canal, ComOS-AHln,
B. C.
I'l.'ins, H|,i,i'iiieiiiii,ii and form of
contact can he teen and form! of fen
<lcr obtained ul thla Itcmnliuciii nnd
at ilu' ofneet of 0. A. Keefer, Kiq.,
District Engineer, New Wcstlnliiutcr
B, a, f.yt. AVJmcr, Hia.. Iilslrlct Kn-
islne, i,   I'Iiiiiii.,   |1   £..  and  On  ll|>|>ll.'lllll.l.
fo Ihcjioilinnlter at Stewart, Complt-
Allln. B.C..
Persons lenderlnK ore nollfled thai
tendon will not be considered unlet*
made on the printed forms supplied,
uud llgned with their kctual siiiiiu-
i ui .,m, slating their occupallom and
placet of residence In the etie of
linns, the actual signature, the nature
of the occupation, arid place of rell-
denco of etch member of Ihe firm mull
be irlvon.
J-Tn.li tender rouit be accompanied by
mi accepted cheque on a chartered
bank, payable tp tbe order of the
Honourable the Minister of Public
WPilii, opual to leii net eepl. (10 p,c.)
uf the aiiiouiii of tne tender, which
will bo forfeited If the perion tender-
Ink: decline to enter Into a contract
when celled upon fo do to. or fist) lb
complete the work contracted (or. tt
the lender be Pot accoptco iho. chtqpe
win bo fifurPed.
The liepar'lmerii doei not bind lltelf
to accent (at lotveit Or thy tender. -
THIS IS THE REAL XMAS
STORE OF THE GREAT WEST
Our storo contains the best pf pvorything for inuu, woman or
child Tho whole Hoiuininn knows of the business integrity nf this
great firm and thu extensive range of its iinportutiuiiH inul maim
factum In tbo past wo bavo given you substantial prouf of our
ability to render tho moit efficient sorvlco at all times I'tirli-
culm ly at tha iuiiis.nl deuiaiisl of tho ChrislmuH season sloes this storo
—tho reil I'liil.'diniis nliire of the wost—glvs proof of ils worth .-: •
a gift house, did tho worth of the groat orgtiiitatiou, thu buying
fucilities of which enables it to pltco the best of tho world prod
ucts within reach of tho Vtncouvor citlzon Ketncmber when considering thp purchase of your Christmas gifts, that wu givu yuu
tha advantage of the prlcos of Iho importor and manufacturer,
direct from our Vancuuvor store, thu third largest uf ils kind in
Canada
Henry Birks & Sons, Ltd.
JBWBLBBB, SII.VBB8Mn.H8, WATCHMAKERS.
George E. Trorey, Managing Director
Hastings and Granville Streets   -   -   -   Vancouver, B. C.
IF YOU like good music and want an evening's
genuine enjoyment, come and see
The North Vancouver Follies
at the Horticultural Hall, on Tuesday,
December 12th, 1911, at 8 o'clock, p.m.
They will bo assisted by
MADAM NOBMINUTON. MB. E. BEDFEBN TUBNEB,
Mil. JULIAN HAYWOOD, MH.   F.  MUNBO  PLANQUE.
MI88 H. OBAOE MAI.AHEB,  A.B.O.M.,  J,It A M
Admission: Adults, 50c & 25c; Children 15c
Campbell Realty & Investment Co.
Will tsko deed of good building lot
is cash payment ou s 10 room house;
uew; sll modern. Easy tonus on
balance.
REAL ESTATE, LOANS, INSURANCli.
TELEPHONE Bg. ,lJ. 0. HOX 144
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We solicit ihe trade of all builders who appreciate
High Grade Goods at a moderate price, and the
prompt and careful filling of orders, which our large
slock and long experience in business makes possible.
Burrard Sash & Door Factory, Ltd.
FOOT OF ST. GEORGE ST.
NORTH VANCOUVER
Hay, Flour & Feed
Owing fo larger warehouse accommodation, we are now in a position to cairy a
larger and more complete stock of these
goods and to supply our customers al
Vancouver prices.
All Orders Delivered Promptly.
The Brackmau-KerMilling Co.,Ltd.
116 ESPLANADE EAST Phone 4
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North Lonsdale
50 f(. lot on QUEEN STREET, facing soulh . .$350.00
$67.50 cash    $15 monthly.
100x132 on NYE STREET   $925,00
$300 Cash, 6, 12 and 16 months.
66x 162 CORNER opposite Mr. Nye's new homesite. A
splendid location overlooking 5 acres of improved
grounds near the Park on Lonsdale —$650.00
One-rfiird cash, 6, 12 and 16 monthi.
JACK LOUTET k CO.
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Worth Vancouver, B. 0   December 1,
1011.
DEEDQINO OFEBATIONB AT PIBST
NABBOW8
The Nortb Shore of Burrard Inlet is
vitally interested in the improvement
of tbe entrance to tbe Inlet by the
dredging of the First Narrows, sud
it is, therefore, only to be expected
tint the proposition which has recent
ly been made by i committeo of tin
city council of • Vincouver tbit the
dredge Mistodon be loaned to the
Qreat Northorn railway for a time be
fore commencing operations at tbe
Nirrows, should he viewed askance upou this side of the Inlet.
Tbo representations which have repeatedly been made to tho effect tbat
the dredging of First Narrows is a
matter uf great urgency in tha iutercsts
of tbo harbor sre thoroughly sound
ind they exist iu, full force uul effect
today.
The fact that the dredge immediately upou being finally overhauled at
Ksi|uitnalt, was Bent to Alhorni for a
few months' work, iiislesd of being
placed iu commission it once on the
First Narrows, called forth a storm uf
protest from all those quarters in
which the latter work is i matter uf
interest and tbo grouud uf thnse pru
tests is as sulid as ever.
Notwithstanding the fact, however,
lhat several valuable months have already been lost, and notwithstanding
the tint that tho work is thereby'rendered oven more urgent than was previously, tbs case ami notwithstanding
the fact thst further delay is oven
more iuulvisible than was that which
haa already occurred, it is proposed that
the Mai-til.lun shall be handed over to
tbe Great Northern Itiilwiy t'onipiny
for such length of time as may he ro
quired to dredge a channel In front
of their property near the sugar refinery.
Tho length uf lime stitcd by those
interested iu the success of tbis pro
position is five weeks, but once ou the
ground the dredge would ho expects1
to remain until Ihe wurk was finished
and it is by no means certain lhat
the actual timo consumed would fill
short of twico thai length of time.
As somo weeks must yet elapso before
Iho repairs it present being innio on
Ihe drdge will he eoniplcled, in addition to which another overhauling
requiring several weeks would duiil.t
less be necessary it the close of tho
prupused operations for the Orctt Nor
ilii-rii Ilailway Company, It is evident
(hit if this proposition is carried in
to effect, four to five months will
elipse before tbe Mustodun will actually he it work it First Nirrows.
This delay, added lo thai which has
already been eipericnced since tbe
dredge arrived ou tbe coast, is t very
isrious mitter ind should not be con.
sidered by Ibe government unless il
cm bo shown thit tho work to he
done is of more importance ind of
greater urgency thsu tbit for which
Ihe Mistodon wis constructed and un
less It is further shown Ibat the pre
I'l.M'd wurk cannot he icromplishcd
tlinaigli any other medium.
In point of fict, it is very 'difficult
lu underslind how it can bo ihown
Ihtt tbe project of twisting a great
railway corporation to get I channel
dredged lo its proposed wharf silt
witb somewbtt greater expedition
thin would otherwise be the cue, is
a matter of greater importance from
tbe viewpoint of tbe federal autbori
lies, tbtn tbe improvement of the
entrtnre to the great national pacific
poit of i 'aiiada. Tbe dredging In ques
tion is work wbicb tbe Oreat Northern
Btiiwty Company will find it pete*,
sary lo do whether the services of Ibe
Mutodon are secured or not. It is
mil contended tbat Ihere sre uo other
dredgee which are capable of doing
thl work. Tbe position taken by Ibe
Company's solicitor as reported in
tba daily preei wu ta tbi effect thai
"the ground tbere being sandstone
and boulders tbe Mutodon Is about
tka inly dredge around bate aaCelast-
ly powerful to make good Ume on tbe
Job."..That is to say, private enter
prist bu provided dredges wbicb are
capable at doing the work, bat tbey
will require a somewhat longer period
of tea for its completion tban tbe
government dredge. It therefore, re
aulas to be dotnonstrated ia tbia con-
lie, nun that it is uiivisabo far the Dominion government to stihjoct to yet
further unnecessary aud vexatious delay, tho performance of tho important
end urgent public work for which the
Mastodon wus constructed iu order tu
enter into competition wilh private
enterprise in tho dredging business
for tho purpose of saving the 'Oreat
Northorn Itailwtiy a few weeks time
upun wurk which they purpose doing
in any case.
There is another phaso of tha mai
ter which may lie mentioned here. According lo the report of Ihe proceedings uf the conference at which this
proposition wus discussed, the solicitor
for tho Oreat Northern Ilailway wus
good enough tu intimate that in consid-
eratiuti of Ihu Mastudon being loaned
as fequested, the railway company
wuuld consent tu certain puiuts raised by uldcrmou with reference to tho
carrying out of the agreement between Vancouver uml the Oreat Nor
them Huilway Company re False'f'reek
tun. inin h as the civic elections are
near al lum.I, and inasmuch as there
is a pi.ilml.iliis lhat certain phases of
Ihe False Creek agreement will run-
stitufe one uf the issues in these elections iu Vancouver ami inasmuch as
Ihis proposed use of the Mustudnii
would manifestly have u certain hearing on this mailer, the question is al
once raised whether it is advisable
that tho Dominion Government ahould
he drawn intu this situation just at
tho present juncture.
The Oreat' Northern Ilailway Company entered into an agreement with
tho clly of Vancouver, iu which the
railway euinpany assumed certain oh
ligations in consideration uf certain
rights ou False Creek. Tho question
as lu whotbor Ihe railway eoinpuny
hu or has not complied with the
terms uf that agreement is i business
matter which lies strictly between the
cily of Vancouver ami the Ilailway
Company. The agreement made no
provision thai Ihe carrying oul of tho
Hailway Company's pari Ihereuf was
lu he contingent upon assistance frum
the Dominion government and it is assuredly inadvisable that auy sucb arrangement should bo made it the pre
sent juncture fur reasuns cited above.
Ilccciil advices received on the
North Shore direct from Oltawi con
vey the assuroure that the Mastodon
will commence wurk un the 1'irthii
Hi,ml, as soon as Ihe minor repairs ire
rouiplotc and thai Iho dredge will he
kept constantly at wurk un the Nar
rows until Ihe wurk is completed.
Frum the standpoint of tho North
Hhore and from Ihe standpoint uf the
bruuiler Interests of the harbor as i
whole, there ire no sufficient rcisons
why this programme should lie changed
while on the other hand there is every
good reason why it should he idhered
lo in all respects.
Oity Hall between the hours of 0 a.
ni. ami 10 ii.in. nnd 1 p.m. and 3 p.m.
The following regulations govern the
construction of bouse or building connections with sewers:
No bouse sewer pipe shall hnve a
less fall thun 1 to 40, unless special
permission is granted in writing by
ihe Council. Haiti pipes between the
iron nine, to the connection of tne
public sewer to be of the best quality
standard salt-glazed vitrified clay sower pipe, nnd shall have a diameter of
pot less thun ' inches. All pipes snail
lie sound and well burned throughout
their fliicl.nei.il, impervious to mois
lurii, with a clear ring, smooth sin)
well glased on interior and exterior
surfaces, free from flaws, craelia, blisters, firo checks or other Imperfections.
Tlie pipcB must be so luid in the
trench that after the sewer is completed, the interior surface thereof, shall
he to a true and evon gride.
In making tbo Joints, a gasket of
oakum or hemp, froshly dipped iu content grout, musl first lie used snd
packod into placo. The joints shall
afterwards bo tightly picked full md
hevelled off with mortar, composed of
ono part by volume of approved Portland s -ui tu one part by volume of
approval sand.
All joints shall tie made water tight,
so that thoy will stand a Itead of 10
feet of water, when tested by tbe
I'lum l,i ui- Inspoctor at tho owner's,
plumber's or contractor's expense.
Hv uid.i of the Council:
THOMAS BHEPIJERD,
City Clerk,     tf
Extract
from   Provlnclsl
Health Bylaws.
Oity
"Whenever any householder knows
lhat any person within his family or
household hus smallpox, diphtheria,
scarlet fever, cholera, typhoid,'whoop
ing cough, measles, mumps, glanders,
or any uther conlagiuus ur infectious
iliscaso, ho shall (subject in ease of re
in.-iil or neglect to tho penalties pru
Tided), wil hiu eighteen hours, give
iuin, ,■ iu writing lu the Mch, ,H Health
i uu, 11 ami nu member uf any In,si-, Imi,i
hull utti'ii,! school until a certificate
hu been uliluiucil from the Medical
Health Officer that no infection any
lu|iger  exists  in   the  house,  clothing
ml other uffcrlc have been disinfected
in his satisfaction, ami until such certificate shall have been uhlaincd it shall
lie tho duty uf every member uf the
household, ami uf the Teacher, to use
ull reasonable efforts tu prevent the
essuciation uf members uf the said
hou--, hold with uther children.
2. Tho matron of a public or private
Hospital, the keeper uf every' Heard-
ing nr Ijodging House, every lun keep,
er ur Hotel Keeper, shall, within six
huurs, repurl iu writing lu Ihe Medical Health Officer, ur any person being
st one of Iho aforesaid bouses
or Imi>-l- and attacked with ur suspected of having any eoulagiuus or infectious disease mentioned iu the Bylaw;" under the penalties provided
fur by sucb bylaw.
THOMAS BHEPHEBD,
I.f.       Secretary Board uf Health.
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BEVI6ION OF VOTEBfl' LIST
TAKK NOTICK that the committee
appointed by tbe council to correct
sud rcviso tbe Hit of voleri for tbe
neit current year will sit in Ihe cily
bill, on Mondiy Ihe lllh dty of Decern
ber, Hill, it the hour of 10 o'clock in
the forenoon.
AND TAKK NOTICK thnt the list
u prepired, conliining tbe names of
tbe registered owners only, will bo post
ed on the notice board in tbe vestibule
of the main entrain' to the City Hill
on (illi December next, tnd mty be
teen by ovoryono intercsld.
THOMAS SHKI'IIKIIIi,
* City Clerk.
NOKOB TO PBOPBRTY OWNERS
■ewer Connections
PUBLIC NOTICK is hereby given
Ihtt ell owners of real property fronting or abutting upon a street or lane
in wbicb or under which a main or
common sewer ja laid are hereby ro,
quired to connoct any building or pre
mlies upon sucb property wltb such
main or common sewer.
i'er/nit* may he onlalnid from the
Plumbing Intpector at bli office at tka
BHAI.KII TUN 11 Kill) addressed to the
umleralgncil and eniluricil "Tender for
i.ii.. at Mouth uf Fraier Itlver. It
tt," will he received until 4 i m on
Tuesday. December Isin. Isl I, for tlie
,,,iisiiii, Hon of a Jelly al Ihe Moutli
of the i'i.is, i River al Bteveilun. B. O.
Plana,   specification   and   form   of
..uiii.,, i   can   he Men  and  forms uf
tender  obtained ul   the  ultl.s- nf O   A.
Keefer,  Klip,  District   Ivnglncer.  New
Westminster.   II    C.|   f.   W.   Aylmer.
Ksii,  District   Engineer, I'lmsc.  B. ('.
und on application t., Ihe I'" -1........r. i
Btcveiton, It C.
Persons tendering are nolllli-il Ihul
lenders will nut be considered unless
made on the printed rormi supplied,
and llgned with their actual signs-
turci. itatlng their occupation! and
placca of reaidence. In ihe case of
llrmi, the actual signature, the nature
,,f the oecupullon, und piece of residence   of  etch   member   ol   the flrni
inline   lie   Klveli
Kncli lender mint be uccom|ianlcd
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
bank, parable tu the order of the Honourable, the Minister of Public Worke.
equal lo ten per cent. (10 p.c ) of the
,1111,0111 of lha i,ii,i, i which will he
forfeited If tbr person tendering decline lo enter Intu a contract when
called upon lo du it. or fall lo cum-
nlele the work contracted for. If the
tender be nol accepted ine cheque will
be returned.
The Department dues not bind Itself
io accept Ihe lowest or any tender.
lis  order,
a It   C   DEDHUCIIKIIH.
Decretory.
Iiepsiiiineiii of Public Worki.
Oliiwa.  November  IS.   llll
ATEINITS
l\K\n\\*\:i'MM
,t soua. uie Dojiaeiejor Mtouieciurrrs,
Knit lite,sand ollici. wbu rtsllir Ilie arivluMI-
II; of Imvliif llirlr I'alrnl liu.in.-i l.anurlrd
IsyKiperLa, Prcliuihiaiysdvkt- fur (limcc.
moderate OurJavwlor'i AdvlstrKnl ni.ui re.
-iiitsl, MiitonaTWirlon, V.g'if., New Vurk IJIe
«Ve Mo«iifef.eMWs»M..BicM hit  Vai
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$500 Caih
handles a modern 8 room |ip-'tfldst# bouse on Uth street, half block
from nun.  Oeu arrange balance u rent.   Price »3700.0O.
ELDER MURRAY CO, LTD.
Phone 37, North VpFower, B, C. '
The
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AGENTS
JOHNSTON k SALSBURY
THE HARDWARE MEN
90 Lonidale Avenue     Next to P.O.
WATCH OUR WINDOW FOR KITCHEN UTENSILS
KING STREET
CLOSE TO LONSDALE AVENUE
53 feet facing South, graded road, sidewalk, water and
light. Small shack on property. Price $650 on terms of Vi
cash, balance, 6, 12 and 16 months.
For Further Particulars of Above and for Business and Residential Properties see:
C. E. LAWSON & CO.
15 LONSDALE AVENUE
Phone 70. P.O. Box 1816
TAKE NOTICE
That ihe CIVIC INFORMATION AND LABOR
BUREAU it now open for the convenience of employers and employees. Employers are requested to take
advantage of the office when requiring help.
Phone 321.
W. B. HOOD, Secretary.
14 Lonsdale Avenue, North Vancouver.
Palace Hotel
Second Street, North Vancouver, B. C.
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FINESJ ROOF GARDEN ON PACIFIC COAST
Rates :-42.00 per day up,   Special
ratet to families and to regular hoarders.   '
REDA tt ANDRUSS   ....    Proprietors
Lynn Valley Loti
on Vffijy SAW ipm
I bays still severe) Ipts In block 1,
of ll. 11. 8003 near Froniino mail fpr
sale at #300 tq ♦Mil). Tortus fit tub,,
balance by ten balf yearly Instalments,
'Alsn one lot in P. h. 8082 near Centre rosd for (Q80. Terms |o0 cash,
balance in six half yearly instalments,
ant) several One lets on Hoakins roul
at very low prices aud nn terms tint
will suit.
Keith Bosd (But) liuitlili! (,'ornor in
D. I., 8076, block 13, 100 feot of frontage. Prico only (180, on eisy terms,
Tbis is a groat bargain.
Alexander Philip
Insurance Broker,
Club Block, Esplanade. Phono
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N. A. KEARNS
ARCHITECT
Telephone 276
127 LONSDALE AVE.
NORTH VANCOUVER
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N. V. WOODYARD
10,000 cords of dry fir wood for quick
sale. Price per odd cordi, $4.50.
Special quotations for larger quantities. -Cut Wood, 16 inches, $3.25.
12 inches, $3.50.  C.O.D.
Office and Yard— 14lli and Lonidale
Phone 190.    P. 0. Box 2432.
North Vancouver Coal &
Supply Co., Ltd.
Wharf: (lor. Si. Ocorgo's au>l
Esplanade.    Offlce, f>0 Lonsdale
Avenuo.
Wharf Phono 188.
Office Phone 108.
COAL
Wc can deliver at once iu largo
or small quantities.
(Jot your winter supply.
Prompt delivery a specialty.
WE COULD
Paper the World
Irom our stock of new Wall Papers
eo il iii'iiis. Every day como new
deeign arrivci to fill Ibe vacanoy
ol those closed out.
Handsome Wall Paper*
are here in endlose variety. Jusl
tell our salesman for^waat room
you want Ibe paper ud be will
sbow you just tbe pitUrn you we
looking for.
To cfaooae Iron our stock is s pls»>-
sure, to pay our price Is emy. 4W
W. H. STONEY & CO,
117 Ijonedile Avenue phi,no U'J
A GOOD HOMESITE
ON EASY TERMS
50 x 132 ft. facing south on City Boundary, east of Lonsdale Ave., within easy walking distance of car line,
Only $600, terms are I -4 cash, 6, 12,18 and 24 months.
MARTINSON & CO. /
62 LONSDALE AVENUE     v.QMtim  matin     NORTH VANCOUVER
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TH^yS^ORTHyA^CQUVE
R, M. C
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THE SENSATION OF THE YEAR
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Great Removal SALE of BOOTS and SHOES
AT LOW CUT PRICES
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gTf THE WOOD-PAIGE SHOE CO. (successors lo Wood k Son), finding it absolutely neces-
^1 sary to increase the size of their store, to accommodate the large stock of Boots and Shoes, and lor
11 the convenience of their many patrons, have taken a long lease on the West Store of the Mount
Royal Block, on first street next to the Bank of Hamilton, fl Before removal, a Gigantic Sale of
Boots and Shoeswill be held; a sale that will make every resident of North Vancouver sit up and take
notice; a sale that will put new Boots and Shoes on the feet of every resident in the ambitious city at
unprecedented prices; a sale that will show the residents of North Vancouver that at their own door
their footwear can be supplied. —
READ THE FOLLOWING PRICES.
CAN YOU BEAT THEM ?
MEN'S HIGH CUTS
In Black or Tan.   Regular $6.00.
Reduced to     $4.35
THE CELEBRATED K. BOOT
For Men in Box Calf.   Regular
$5.50.   Reduced lo $4.35
MEN'S WORKING BLUCHERS
At      $1.50
MEN'S FINE SHOES IN VELOUR
A Box Calf in newest shapes. Regular
$4.75, reduced io  .$3.45
MEN'S WORKING BOOTS
In Cordovan. A splendid boo) for
hard wear, wilh plain toes or
caps.   Regular $4.25, reduced to $3.35
MEN'S PATENT COLT BLUCHER
On new last, with Goodyear Welts.
Regular $5.50, reduced to ....$4.15
MEN'S LEATHER LINED BOX CALF
BLUCHER BALS
Made by Marlow of Northampton,
England.   Reduced to  $4.15
LADIES* VELOUR CALF BLUCIIERS
Smart shapes.   Regular $4.00.   Reduced to $2.95
LADIES' HIGH CUT BOOTS
t For winter wear.   Reduced to $3.35
LADIES' FINE SHOES
In Velour, Box Calf or Vici Kid, the
celebrated Doris. Regular $5.00
value.   Reduced to    $3.65
LADIES' DONGOLA BLUCHERS
With Calf linings. A splendid shoe
for wet weather. Value $4.50,
Reduced to    $3.25
LADIES'EVENING SHOES
In Glace Kid, with hand trimmed jel
fronts. Regular $3.50. Reduced
lo    $2.35
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LADIES' DONGOLA BLUCHER
BALS
Value $3.75.   Reduced to  $2.25
LADIES' NINE BAR PATENT DANCING PUMPS
Regular $3.75.   Reduced'to   $2.95
1000 Pairs of English Felt Bedroom Slippers to Sell at 35 Cents
BOYS' WINTER BOOTS
With   high"   legs,    regular   $3.75.
Reduced lo     $2.85
YOUTH'S GRAIN BLUCHER
Leather lined.   A solid leather shoe
from toe to heel, to sell at $2.10 per pair
BOYS' KIP BLUCHERS
School wear, to sell at $1.65, guaranteed solid leather.
BOYS' GRAIN LEATHER BLUCHER
BALS
To be sold for    $1.55
BOYS' RUBBER AND LEATHER
BOOTS
A few pairs left to be sold at $1.95
MISSES' PEBBLE GRAINED BAL-
r MORALS
A splendid winter boot. Value $2.75
Reduced to    $2.15
MISSES' BOX CALF BLUCHERS
For school wear.   Value $2.50. Reduced to $1.55
MISSES' CORDOVAN BLUCHER
BALS
For hard wear.   Reduced to $1.75
Child's Cordovan Bluchers  $1,35
During the sale a special discount of  10 per cent, off all Leckie goods, all K Boots and Shoes and all Rubber goods
Hundreds of pairs of warm Woollen Slippers, leather soles, to be sold cheap
WE MOVE VERY SHORTLY
SALE WILL NOT LAST LONG
THE WOOD-PAIGE SHOE Co.
Succewn to WOOD & SON
EverybodA Shoe Store 139 Lomdale Avenue EXf
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WHY DELAY
BUYINGANEW
RANGE ?
Por only fl Anm* IDA l\
weekly you <»n buy tho
CANADA'S PEIDB MALLEABLE .EANOB, reser
voir ot imfiirfriint complete liiiml up. Soa the
MONAEOH MALLEABLB
BANOE. Tliisy last a
lifetime.
HABDWABE, KJTHBM PtJBinBHINOS, PAINTS, OILS, Btc,
-   Prompt Delivery.
Patterson, Goldie & Clark
Phone 88. ESPLANADE WEST.
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Free! Free! Free!
TO BE GIVEN AWAY
Commencing now and continuing till the 23rd
of December I will give to all purchasers a
ticket which will entitle them to a draw on the
following articles, which are to be given away
free on that night
FOR GENTLEMEN-I Hollywood Handle Silk Covered
Umbrella.
FOR LADIES-1 Gold and Pearl Handle Umbrella.
FOR BOYS-1 500-shot Repeating Air Gun.
FOR GIRLS-1 Large Doll,
all ol which are displayed in window.
Buy Christmas goods early while assortments
are good and GET TICKETS for the draw.
WM. CUMMING
QUALITY CLOTHIER       113 LONSDALE AVE.
Pioneer Confectionery
Highest Quality Handmade Bread
HOMEMADE, LOAVES,  PAN LOAVES, WtENCH LOAVES, Eto
Delivery to all psrts of  the city.
PIES, CAKES, FASTKY OP ALL KINJIS MADE PBKSH DAILY.
Spocial atli-iili.iii given all orders Irom patrous.
Pioneer Confectionery f&J
S.F. MUSSELWHITE
Prop.
A LIMITED NUMBER OF SAFETY DEPOSIT
boxes for rent.     you must act quickly
by-the-way-
Is Your Furniture Insured?
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PERCY KING
18 Lonsdale Ave.     NOTARY PUBLIC     Phone 157
Sole Agent: Commercial Union Assurance Co.,
Ltd., of London, Eng.   •   AueU $111,000,000
NURTH VANCOUVER CITY FERRIES, LIMITED
TIME TABLE
TAKING EFFECT MAY  FIRST,  1911
Leave Vancouver (.80 a.m. and
thereafter every 30 minutee until
IM p.m. CowDesuisg 7.30 p.m.
•very 90 minutes until 11.30 p.m.
Iherealter l2.lt and 1.00 a.m.
WEEK DAYS
leave North Vancouver 6.00 a.m.
end fhorea'ter every !W minutee until 7.00 p.m. (''iinmendnir 7.30 p.
m. every 30 minutee until 11.00 p.
m. Iherealter ll.lt and Jii.46 a.m.
SUNDAYS
Leave Vaneouver 7.40,  8.30 and
9.00 thereafter aame as weekdays.
Leave North Vanoouver 7.90, 6.00
and t.VI, thereafter same as weekdays.
PASSENGER KATES
Single fare 6c, 6 for 26c, 80 for II, 70 for 13.
VESICLE BATES
A-Lumlitr  wagons,   trucks and
drays, 76e retdrn.
IM) boras mprau mtiogm aod
burnt, toe return.
C-l horse exfrwe buggies and
sates, 26c retnne.
JimaMbU suMest to Aang* without notice,
Company not Mm toy Am*, «ai4«nt,sJ or otiwwiae,
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All the above rates include driver. Bates A and B subject to 30
per cent, discount ia lots of 60.
FBEIOitT TARIFF
Per 104 Ibe. ttto.te.
■ iuin>um rate, 10*.
Our Eastern totter
VMHLANP8     OOWsfWITBB     FPU
HOB8B towuto
Oomer Orocerymeii sud Other Small
Dealers Bay Horse Thieves, ati
Busier Here Than in Old Frontier
Days and Flan to Units Agalust
Than) — Commercialising Marriage
—A MoyiM Factory-Hlnety-Flys
Ftr Cent, of Women Ume Dirty
Psoas.
Muni mil, NOV, :H». Wliili- linnii-
thieves now aro gimorally .snpposinl to
livo ill lli-fiiiii inul tbo early history
of the weat, tlio fact has just beon
brought to light here thst Montreal
Is thu greatest eontre of bono stealing
I hat the country has known, go ar-
tivo aro tho liorui fhieves here anil so
common the thofts that there is aogty
talk {if a return to the punishment
which wus nicli'il out in tbe western
states fur Ibis offence half a century
ago. Not only are horses taken in
broad daylight, hut also the vehicles
to whicii ili.-v are attachei). Thero
are apparently organized bands of
li.ir.-c and wagon stealers aud there
teems to bo littlo risk ouce this property comes into Iheir possession. One
Ini grocer man has had horses aud
wagons stolen eight times within the
last few months, involving in each case
a loss of from $400 to (COO. lieceiitly
horse fastened in front of a store
iu a crowded street was ful.ru by a
thief who simply led him for a lew
lilm lis before making off in sight of
is.sn iis .1. or persons. Thero is little
■imii nlr. of disposing of the luu . ■
ami wuguns. Thu wnguns are repaint
and sold while tho horses are disguised preparatory to their disposal.
Su cleverly is lliu work dniio that 'one
slcalcr actually purchases! a learn uiul
wagon Hint liud been stolen from him.
Tlio horses liud been cleverly dyed,
but i i-iiniii peculiarities led to a clus
ur iuvesligaliiin which proved that the
purchaser liud ridiuiight his own pro
porly. Tlio irulu owner uml punlius
er is now attempting In nrgauino vig
iluni'u committees.
.. Marriage Commercialised ..
That even marriage hus been com
mercialiiusl here and made the liusis
uf u priililnlde if novel business won
brought tu light this wuek ns u result
of a queer1 suit arising frum tho desire of uu uuiious couple lo be mm
esi    without    delay.     There ure,     il
ms, a number of pcrsuns who muke
•i business of making marriage assy,
All of them ure ready to load couples
who wish to bu married to thu nearest
iiuiiiu or oilier official empowered lo
perform the marriage ceremony. For
such service thuy aro accustomed tu
receive one half nf lliu fee which the
bridogrunni chouses to give which
proves a very profitable source of income, Kecently, however, an unrious
couple weru unforlunalu enough ' tu
become sepnralcil in the city I,.ill. the
groom lo be falling iuto Hie hands
of one "marriage mado easy" broker
and Ihe bride into the hands uf a
rival. As u result each broker refused to allow his client to be married
by the official of hia rival reuniting
iu complications whicii led to all sorts
uf charges and counter charges and
resulted iu a suit for damages. 8o
far as can be discovered thu only
charge against either agent iu Iho lar
cony of a wedding as a charge of kid
napping ia out of the question. But
tho unique bifsiuess of murriage brokerage is likely to suffer something
of a collapse.
A Migratory Factory
Monlreuiers thie week havo bceii
staring curiously at the first migratory
factory which has ever been seen here,
or for that matter anywhere else in
ilu' country which it at present anchored in ll|o harbor having just ar
rived from catlcrn waters. This unique plant is a floating fith oil factory
flic only ono of Itt kiud in the world,
and representing an investment of
nearly ♦I,ih«,«I0. Its . listen, c ji doe
to ilie belief of ono man that it it
more economical to niovo Ihe plant to
Ihe raw product than to bring the raw
product to Ihe plant, at loast iu this
particular field. Accordingly iustead
of creeling a factory on land for the
reduction of fish to oil and fish scrap,
a seagoing factory on land wat built
which followt tho fish up and down
the coast. The novel factory which
steams under its own power it equipped with immense screw prcaact, great
steam cooking vatt and ou each tide a
huge electrical conveyer to scoop the
fish out of the holds of Ihe fishing
si earners 'fo Ihe travelling belt thai
takes them on until the process is
completed. All of the machinery it
operated liy electricity, furnished by
three generators. Tbore are tasks
aboard that will hold IhD/ion gallons
of fish oil. The holds will accomion
date 4,000 barrels of fith awaiting
troatmcul, and the plant will care for
IQyOOO barrels of fish iu a day. Ho
{far tbis strange littery, which pays
no real, has proved, a great auccets
Dirty Faced Females
Pour hundred and ninety-live out of
Ave bondred women wbo attended a
lecture here tbo other day on tbe art
of keoping beautiful were rudely shock
ed when tbey were literally told to go
borne and wash Ibeir facet. Tbo other
Ave presumably were supposed to bave
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These »re Fiscts
No. Fake Pricn
IRON BEDS (rom $3.50 to $25.00. SPECIAL .VALUES THIS WEEK
When going down hill STOP and pwdwe your Furnjfiire, Linoleum, Orpefi,
Etc., at a Reliable House,
THE BEST is none too good. One-third of your life is ipent in bed, and •
comfortable MATTRESS you should have. Then buy our No. 1 RESTMORE at
$15.00—no more, no less.   Money back if not satisfactory.
THE HOME FURNISHERS
128 Lonsdale Ave.
North Vancouver
Mahon, McFarland & Procter, Ltd.
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GRAND BOULEVARD
CLEARED SO ft. LoU in Blocks 226 and 227;
$900 and $1000     14 caah, 6,12,18 monthi.
SO ft. LoU in Block* 230 and 232a; $650, $700
and $800        14 caih, 0, 12 and 18 monthi
Phone 6286 -   • 543 Pender Street, Vancouver
North Vancouver City
CLEARED LOTS 50 ft. x 147 ft.
In BLOCKS 15, 15a, 16 and 16a. D.L. 550.
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PRICES: $750 to $ 1000 according to location.
TERMS: 1-4 Cash, Bal. 6, 12 and 18 months.
ACREAGE in Diatrict Lots 546 and 550
In Blocks of from One to Four or more .acres.
PRICES: from $2000 to $3250 per acre
TERMS: 1 -4 Cash, Bal. 6,1 % IS k 24 months   '
The Grand Boulevard extendi through this property
FOB PUNS, PRICE UST ANP PARTICULARS, APPLY TO
The North Vancouver Land and
Improvement Company, i_£
643 PENDER ST. teJSaSfAN<»UVER,B.C,
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BP¥fl pwjpy hqtbb
Lay in tbe winter's supply of retd
dust'pr sifted cot] ashes, as it tf||l Its
noedcd for ilUBt hatha. •
A lien nlll est at least a bushel of
corn » year \t she can got it. I'ut
usido that amount fpr each one, ami
see tbat each ono gets ber share.
Lot dressed paltry of all kiuda bo
cool clear through before entering it
for wile. Limp poultry does not sell
so well as that wbleh is good and
stiff.
(father in the poultry that havo
boen allowed to roost outdoors. Tbs
soouer they become accustomed to the
bouse tbe better it will be for their
health and, improvement.       »
Secure t lot of leaves or other light
litter for use, during tbo cold weather
in making tbe hoes oiercise. Idle
bens become mischievous and unhealthy
stock.
When I hen is determined to sit,
and
"Tying, ducking a screaming 'shoo.'
Fail   with   Speckle  and  alio  site   it
through."
.lust put thirteen fretb, fertile eggs
undor her, feed and water occasionally, aud let ber go at tbat. It saves
woar and tear on tbe nerves, aud she
gets over it better and more quickly;
snd if she hatches anything you aro
that much ahead.—Farm Journal.
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Xmas Sale of Work
A mpst successful Sj»le pt (fprlf. PpAtf
(be auspices of St- inht't alpiwIMlN*
placo pn Tuesdsy in tbo parisp, h»|lj
for a pumper ot »eeks   pr»V|RBs|y
busy fingers bad boon exceeding tin
speed limit turning nut galore articles
of tt-JHity and beauty, with the result
tbat, ih« Stalls almost creaked beneath
tbeir respective   burdens   and   were
ilpubtless thankful to'bo relievo.)   so
f       briskly. Fpr custom wss good throughout tho day—so good indeed that bofore ovoning pnp lifJr's.sMJ w»s dis-
msnt|«il of everything save a lemon-
shaped pincushion.
l'C      The proceedings were formally open-
Kj\  ed by Mrs. Sjlljtoo, widow of the late
Jf J^lllebop Hillitoo, wbo was Iho first bishop pf tbo diocese of New Westminster
Mrs. Hillitoo gave an interesting little
speech, recalling tho days whou sho and
r     her husband, thirty-one yoars ago, used
1.    fo hold au afternoon sorvice in Moody-
sirte.   Tn do this thoy crossed tbo Inlet
in l small bout, having previously rid-
,       den from Westminster on horseback.
The followiug woro tbe stalls apd
stallholders:
Doll  stall-Mrs.  Hewitt  and  Miss
mm, nxtmny,
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Fsncy flppds-Mrs. Alio** M<H¥w.
Sykos. '
' OppAy SfffisT-Ulitr-WVlhy and Miss
m>»''
. Plain WpfMCrs. Qraham snd )fot.
Utols
Homo Oopkery—Mrs. Keene put)
Mrs. Hprris.
Afiornnon Tea-Mrs. HwpB'Mf!
Mrs: Cockered, , Mrs. Webster,   Mrs.
Lawson ind Mrs. Iloodbndy. !|
Pish Ppnd-Mrs. ktoitoy, and Wfs.
WhltUker. *
In the afternoon a progrum of mu-
sic was ably rendered by tbe following
artistes: Mrs. Hewitt,'Miss Kills pf
Vaneouver, Mr. Hoult pf Vuncouvor,
Mr. Htovoll, Mr. and Miss Adsmsou,
Mr. Ilmiley, pnd the Hev. J. II. llnop-
er. M|ss firlckmay presided-at the
plsno.
The event iu its entirety was a pronounced success, both socially and
financially, shout flit being realized
on tbe day's sales.
Two lectures pf an interesting type
woro ilatod for delivery in tbe llorli-
cultural Hull on Weduesday evening,
Mr. Bobiuson apd Mr. Itiddlo having
arranged to discourse ou bee-keeping
ami poultry raising respectively. Mr.
Robinsou treated his attractive topis-
in | most entertaining fashion,    ac-
m
fiMWWiitg his talk wltrb flpmpnstr*-
tioas ant) giving bis audience innumerable fresb fscts about tbe lives. »nd
habits pf tbese wfip<|«rfu| imie fm-
tores.     Mf- "'''die did pet ppt ip pn
sppearauco tq the great disappointment
pf the poultry raisers present. kff.
Hoiiinsoii cam.e te the mo», hpw*vpr,
pnd by estondipg bi» Mt^f1
Vtyt   iVt   mpm   pit*    »•
trapcod wjth tb« pflMfWMMlW it Mf*
*.i*9,oit: 9or no* ¥r; 9M\*'» vw-
appcarauce the pn|y unforeseen   off-
eiimatuiici!.   The  uunoueements   which
hmi beep ppre'fully mtilwl tp ol] »p»s«
likely tp be interested did not resell
Ihem until this morning, Uouse.pioiitly
the attendance at Mr. Hobinson's lee-
turo was/through uo fault of the or-
ganizers smaller 1 IfSin it would other
wise bave beep.
WBAT IS YGftlR FAMILY WOBTH1
If your family is worth the best you
cau afford in house mA food and doilies, is it not worth the best reading
as well! And tbo best reading—best
for boys and girls, beet fpr men and
women--is to be found iu Tbe Youth's
Companion.
Of stories alone The Companion will
print nearly 300 in 1918. With all tbe
rest of tbe paper thrown in ,aml count
ing ibe glorious Ippg serial stories, they
coif tbe subscriber less tinp ,» cent
ppiece. Moreover, ypu will look long
heifer* ypp wi|l And stpr|es sp vprled
upd interesting; stories pf coolness, ip
the fjtjsp'gf ppr'li »tr»»»e Pdyontures
wjth creatures pf the forest and tho
sea; moving stories pf life's obscure
heroisms; stories breezy tfi|b good-
biwer, flH»int »p4 PWrlpus character
■If-et-pbes.
Now is the time tp subscribe, fpr tho
new subscriber ih Canada will receive
free from tbe time bis |8,0|) js received
pj| the issues fpr tbe remaining weeks
of iiii i, containing the ppeping chapter's of Hulph If. l'uine's great serial
story pf tbo Pwer Sebo|!|on, "The
Dross and tho Dragon." And tberp Is
tbe gift of The Companion Calendar
for 1918, "On tbe New England
Const," lithographed in ten colors and
gold. Only (8 now to Canadian subscribers, but op Jsiiupry 1, 1818, tbo
subscription prico will be advanced to
12.16.
THE YOUTH'S COMPANION,
' 114 Heikeley St., Ilosion, Muss.
New subscrlpUous received at this
oJlcs.
MUSHBOOMS fresh  daily   at   tbe
Orotto. 818
March 15,1912, Half-Hour Car Service
Will be Established Between Hastings
Grove, D. L 208, and Present Car Ter-
minus on Hastings Street Eaat   :   :   :
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We Urge You to SeeHastings Grove
OVER 500 LOTS SOLD IN SIX WEEKS
Ons of ths best features about lu
vesting tn Hastings drove Is thtt it
Is rfght at horns. You cu go out
with us sad pick out your lot, sud
SNOW exactly what you ars buying.
Ypu know what the Oity of Vancouver
Is- what It bu done In ths put Svs
years—sod It does not require much
faith to sss tne future of this progressive city. Ypu owe It to yourself
and your family to buy one or more
ef these lots, if only u an Investment.
There are many things we should Uke
to Ull you shout this tract. Drop In
today or this eveuing;.
LOTS
Ths clearing and grading on Has
tings street and lit, 2nd, 3rd and ith
avenues is now complete, snd work on
othor streets Is progressing rapidly.
The sidewalk Is about completed on
Hastings slrect.
Contract* for six 7-roonied heusee
btv* been let and the first one is In
th* course ef construction. Dome and
sn this rapidly developing district,
Every lot in Hutlngs Drove is t good
ouo.   Let us show you.
Fare between 8 tnd 8 am., aod li tnd
7 pm., two cent*, th* remainder tt 3
cent*.
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$90 Cash, Balance One and Two Years, or
$40 Cash, Balance 6, 12, 18 and 24 months, or
$10 Cash and $5 a month, Balance jn 2 Years
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Interest 7 per c*nt. ptyaW* sonuslly.
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Corns tt i.u la th* tfUrnoon, rsln or shin*, tad gp out with us.
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S. F. MUNSON
Broker
333 Pender St, W.
Phone Seymour 5654
Office open evenings till 9,15
NOTICK is horoby given that tho
first sitting of tin' Annual Court of
Beviaiou of tbo Municipality of tbe
Oily of North Vancouvor will be hold
in the Oity Hall, North Vancouvor,
M. (.'., ou Thursday, tbe Kb
dty of January, 1912, at 8 o'clock
in tho aftornoon for tbo purpose, of
henriug ocmplaints ncninsi tbo Assessments as msdo by tbo Assessor mitf
for rovisiug and correcting tbo Assessment liisll.
Any person tanking complaint
against tbe assessment must givo notice in writing to tho Auessor of the
ground of his or ber complaint at
least ton daya bofore tbe dtte of the
first minimi sitting of tbe Court of
Revision.
listed tt North Vtncouver, 11 O.,
November 23rd, 1911.
THOMAS HII Kl'11 Kit l>,
City Clerk.
UUSINISSI (.OIjIjICUIM.
SPR0TT-SHAW Business College
336 Haitings Bt, W.
0***0*'* G"»to*t W.starn School
R. J. Sprott, B.A., - -Manager
PITMAN'S BUSINESS COLLEGE
(>3» Seyf?iqi|r ft., VW9»ver
Day sdiopl open all  tlie yeur
round.   Night school amiiiiem
eg Sepfeniter 8tlt.
NOTARY Hill le;
FRED O. TURNER
NOTABV puBjjq
Loans, Investments nmi Insttraucc.
Boom 307, 632 Gronvillo St., Voncouver, 11. C. Phono 63110. Land Ile^is
try work a specialty.
lliTM ..ITMHi:.
Yorkshire Guarantee & Securities
Corporation, Limited
440 Seymour Street
REAL ESTATE
UND AND MORTGAGE
INVESTMENTS
ESTATES MANAGED '
FIRE INSURANCE
R. Kerr Houlgatc - - - Manager
lll-TSTII iii.vrv
All Nortb Vancouvsr people tat tt
LEONARDS*
Either Flack Hln. I. or HasLiugs St.,
opposilo tho now pust office. Leonard
sella bis too by tbo pound.
BILLIARD CHALLENGE
1 horoby challenge fo meet uny i'l.".
er in Nortli Vaneouver at Isilliarils for
tbe championship of North Vuncou
ver. Should Ihis challenge not ho
accepled by lice. 31st, lflll, I will
plain said title. Ileply to (1. S. Jen
kin, Norlh Vancouver. I'. 0. llux 9813.
5-11
Don't be a Washboard Slave
Let tins Blectrlc Current do tb* Drudgery Work of Wash Day for You
At t Cost of Last Thtn Three dents Per Hour
THE 'THOaV WASHES
will do tho washing aud
riuging of your weekly
wash uud save you a
world of hard work,
Ovof 28,000 of tbese
machines ire in use,
giving perfect sttisfac-
tion.
SIMPLE TO OPERA
All you have lo
to attach
onliii
The current iIo.ch Igc
rest. Call at uur olliee,
CO Lun 'Inle Avenue,
ami have Ihe muiliiuc
demonstrated.
N.B.—While tt our salesroom look over the handy elsslri.nl appliances
wh'icb  would mike useful  Christmas prevents.
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B. C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO., LTD.      P
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A Little Friendly Talk on Doors
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We have one ol the largest and best deiigncd stock of
i'"i>i Doors thai can be secured anywhere iii il. C. Wc have
about 10 different designs to dioijso from which rgllgo in
price from ft.75 to lis un. Wc make a specialty of the
" 1'asausna flint," a liaudsome, massive piece of work,
one which is especially suited lo bungalows, and the modem
style of architecture. If you arc interested call and let us
show you our display. We cab also supply vou with Interior
1'ours in fir or cedar in 1,1, j, 4, 5or6 panel or iu ihe craftsman designs.  Call and aak to see them for yoursr!f.
DICKINSON & SON
ESPUNADE EAST
% 0. Box 1719
I'l..nn- aaa
FOR SALE
Wt bav* Uu lattt collsctlon of
Shrubs, pulks, Roses, WsUAower, Hollyhocks, Holly, Privet, OtratUons,
BhftgrrliTi'JfflM   oto  tn lha nrovlnce.
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BEADY   TO   PLAMT  NOW.   OOMS
EA«LY    AND    OKI   THE    «1UJT
WWW.
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Simpson a Wight
Nurteryswu ft}A POfiHl
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/An outbreak pf firs wlth'verj *erlouei
pousei|uei)ces poenrred at the residence
of Mr. f, Cummer on the comer of
mh stroat wd at. Oeorg*'* at about
8 o'clock this morning. M*. Qwunier
has been busy for sop* cpn|ifj*ntbl*
time with the erection of a -Wit Pf8-
tentlous bouse to eupplant th* smeller tipuse be had occupind previously,
That house was practically roiuplutud
aud was yfaterday a domicile of which
ils owaer could feel reasonably proud:
Today It ia a burnt out wreck, for
the fir* which comnienesd quite inei
plieably got far beyond control before
the local outfit reached the spot. Hear-
cely any of Mr- Cummer's effects wetti
saved, and his home which was com
pletely gutted, was not inaurad. Kvery
poesible effort- wae made by the lire
brigade aad others to lessen tbp effect
of the outbroak, but the flames had
got p hold on the building before anything eoiil.l be done witb tbe aforementioned grave consequences.
opinion nf those ju a position tn If nuw
thnt tho waterfront property wil) In-
crease In value considerably, pending
future dpyplqpnipnte, th* detail* of
which tit at. present withheld.
PROJECTED NOBTH  ARM  PBBBY
BEBVIOB
0. Pi B. Burvsyors HM* In a P*w Days
The 0. P. R. surveyors are completing
a survey pf the North Arm between
Bolcarra and the point opposite, being approximately tbe eastern terminus of the C.l'.B. to operate a lino of
ferry service between the pointe mentioned connecting the railway on either
side of the North Arm.
The surveyors will probably be in
the district of North Vaueouver within a very few days and will immediately turvey along thi foreshore between Roche Point tnd Heymour Creek
and on eompletiou of thtt work will at
once commence construction.
North Vincouver it in line for a
big development along the foreshore
between  theae points and  it  is  tbe
BT. AHDBBW'B AMP OALBDONIAH
(WPfflfT'BPsAJIPB ,
Ust sight's function »t the Horticultural Hall was a.must enjoyable
one. It wss ppdar the auspices of tha
Bt. Andrew's and Caledonian Hocloty,
and over » hundred couples assembled,
among Iboni u contingent from across
the water. A feature of the evening
was the ceremonial grand marnb (Hi.'
Andrew's) which was nobly led by
Mayor McNeish and Mrs. W. (Irahaine
(president pf the society), followed by
Mr. .lohn Kuuler and the mayoress.
Ahead were tha society's piper*. The
march was Inspiringly carried out, as
indeed were the entire evening's ar
ruiiecnients. The ladies are deserving
of the highest praise and certainly
many piicpniums were uttered iu thoir
honor during indulgence III tbo Heptch
d.ilinicie* which were provided.
Tbp usual good wishes were received
from the sister societies lu Vaueouver and Victoria and were retd in
Uaellc by Mr- Alexander 1'hilip, who,
although years removed from his na
live ■•.-In. Imu" cau still revive the
dialect thereof.
Dancing was sustained until tho wee
smt'.hours buyout the I wai1 when lilt
spoeial cars copvoyed everyone hopie
ward, probably tired, hut thoroughly
satisfied, The proceeds of the iiiis-
ing happily ensblo tho Indie: to luce
confidently Ihe many calls upou- tbeir
cjiarity.
THE EK
PJWI
9W,»tfaflf!8
Mr. T. A. Bnolgrove does net mind
how long the queue is waiting for ud-
elision to the Kun.ly Uitsbeu. Ho is
now established there for no other purpose but business, and lies an exhaustive store, neatly Brranged, and ul
ways opeu for inspection. He is the
successor of Mr. A. S. i'rentic*.
BLANKETS
Scotch and English pure wool blankets, in all weights and
sizes, our own direct importation, also Canadian blankets (rom
the cheap union up to the fine all wool.
Canadian fine wool double blankets, large size, per pair $3.85
Canadian blankets, extra large, per pair  .... $4.75
Scotch fine all wool blankets, small, medium and large,
per pair $«.00. $7.09, $8.00
English soft pure wool blankets,small, medium and large,
perpair... $5.00, $6,80, $7.50 ind ap
Flannelette blankets, soft, heavy quality, (or short lime
only, per pair  $1.25
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J. J. McALEECE
1145 LONSDALE AVENUE      PHONE 93
WEST VANCOUVER
"DUNDARAVE"
On the Marine Drive (Keith Road), 60
(ed wide, dote to the tea. l./>ta 67xlJQ
(eet; magnificent view.
PRICE $900
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Term*, one-fifth cash, balance over two
years. These loti will be selling (or $.2000
each when the Marine Drive is opened
(or traffic nett summer,
JOHN ALEXANDER & CO.
121 LONSDALE AVE. NORTH VANCOUVER
FORBES  ROOMS
Second Street Weat
Single Rooms, $7.00 ptr month, including tlectric light, or $6.00
per month, including bedstead, stove and light.
Will Furniihed House oq 9th Stroet
with Piano. Vacant Firs» of December.  Rent $35,00.
CARDINALL & MacGREGOR
m uuthmkm (om tout ottvm
vmm m       . to. not. mw
•mmm
W*tf< malting a specially of Houses, We
to lie toy ym have for ale of rent.
ple*ied
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Messrs. Allierston ami slopes, whose
confectionery ei(il ico cream store at
the fprry landing is 0110 of tlio old
established businesses of the city,
hive u>|iosei| pf their stuck uml good
will fp Uts'Bloan.". Mr, and Mi-
Jones uml tliBir daughter left on Wednesday for a three months' visit at
Pavonpoft, lowo, and will return to
this *|ty |n tho spring. It is thu intention of Messrs. Allierston A Jones
to .develop Hie wholesale of tile liusi-
ne.-'.i in which' they have |a|ely been
engaged, ami for that purpose tbey
VIII Install an extensive' modum p|sut
fur tb* iiinnill'Bclure of tee, ico cream
and kindred products.
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Jtt)R HAIjB-. t'rssh mushrooms daily
at tb* Qrotto. ■  812
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wbicb in spile of tf*Dap its originators fill s#y wm aot b* a wwopoty'
lo luauy ways |t Is on* of tb* most
curlons and iutores|ing mergers on record.
umiom pbbmjtb
-t4fi-t:slwio Iloa'l, lot 8.8, block Wiy
28lh street east, to build a dwelling.
44H Mrs. McDonald, lot 0. block
114, subdivision 87.4, 142 Keith rood
east, to build a 'dwelling.
447—Qiovunni Brescia, lot 111, block
00, eubdlvHIon 550, lOlli streot east,
10 build a dwelling.
44S-J. ttoyle, lot 12, block 2II5A,
s&b.livltiou 548, 32nd street, to build
\ dwelling, •
440—Henry Brewer, lot 2(1, block 228,
subdivision 274, :ir.l street, to build a
'welling.
•150 W. 11. Smith, let j|l), block 182,
subdivision 2/1, H"l street, to build
a dwelling.
Ifsl i'Iii.iIi'i, II. ini"', lot 1, block
0, subdivision 255, to build five cottages.
462 K. H. Brown, lot 18, block 05,
subdivision 550, 'I'cnili street and
Mody Ave, to build a dweUiug.
458—Vancouver Free Homes I,td.,
lot 11, bleck 51, sub. 540, Uth street,
lo build a residence.
454-T. W. Currle, lot 7, block
21, sub. 647-548, lOlh street wesl, to
Isinl'l a dwelling.
LYNN VAU.BY NO^BS
Mr. Hugh Neil has recently mude
liig improvements to his house on Kl
Ian road.
A mosleru chicken |ieu»o eau.be seen
on Mr. 1'. Wcstov*r's property, Fred-
orick road, recently constructed by
Hie owner.
Good progress is being made on the
clearing of tbe Merchant Trust aud
Trailing do's, property on Huskies
road where Ihey will erect a number
of modern collages and bungalows.
Au .'.'ilm,! incident occurred osrly
yesterday morning ou the 7.60 mr
from Iho l.ynn Valloy terminus. When
nearlng Centre road the car slopped
suddenly and passengers thinking tho
ear had jumped ihe rails were alarmed. The molorinan had previously
rung his bell, seeing a team approaching the trark. However, the loams
ter took no hted of tbe ear signul in-
lending to pass over tbe track iu
spite of the car, and had It not been
for Ihe pi. ' ii',- of mind of the mo
lormsn a serious accident would have
occurred, as tho fender of Ibe car
was within a few inches of the horses'
bcels when it came to a slop.
Our Eastern Letter
(Continued From Pag* Wz.)
perfectly clean faces for the lecturer
minium, i 'I that only one woinan iu one
hundred has a really clean face, and
proceedo'l to add insult to injury by
informing lier audience lhat women do
not kuow how to keep thoir faces
clean anyhow and proceeded to give
tliein instruction* in this art. Men's
aces are generally cleaner, Ihe lectur
er uid, beratro of tbo lather used io
abating. In fart tbe eijicclod information on ill lorfi of secret lotion*
end treatments did not materialize,
tbo lo tre- taking lbc form chiefly
if « o.legy of »oap *nd water. Tb*
ctr,.'. put ure of Montreal women
wss cot ill complimentary .either.
"Tbey got Ibemulvee op u if Tar
roving picture sbows" *b« told her
audience. "Tbey powder Iheir noses
until ihey tre perfectly while u if
tbey bad been daubed with flour and
then tbey pile on rouge «nd s*t forth
for tbe matinee looking like fright*."
A small elud riot occurred at tbe end
pt the lecture In tbe form of an indignation meeting at which ttl* lecturer
wa* denounced a* "perfectly horrid."
A Flv* Coot Merger
Tbat tbe business of tbe Ave sad
ton rent storo* throughout tbe country
amounts to enough to warrant gnfg-
log « large numbefityf than info i*je at
the country's largest iiamttlbm,
lontruy tp fbe general topttney to
eonsi.1*/ tbtw-i-M •two** Oegflgibje
quantify in tbe business world wa*
sjbown last wee* when tbe consolida-
Ion of arort (ban 500 of the** stores
•u announced. Tbe coital stock of
(St* m*> organisation is UtfiMMO at
mbitk illflOQflW will be 7 per cent.
btaferrei aod fMMOflOQ common
Stock. Jfu merger will take in mor*
Hist ii too store* de;»g business in tin
fait*) tUntot, (MnM mA mm*.
meetmti le tike plats now under wlf.
ftobmy mvet Ip tin littery pt iiu*i-
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North Vancouver is always pleased
to'learn tbat men wbo bavo b«*ji prominent eitltens of other burgs bav* ills-
eovored ibat the Worth pbore affords
them exceptional opportunity for tho
profitable employment of Iheir energy
and ability. Tba I'ti't sjster eity to
part witb one of its leading citisen*
in favor ot this eity is New Woitmln
ator, from which, city Mr. p. A- Paige
lies recently removed to join Iptm
with Mr. /. O. Wood In the business
which will bo known as the Wood
Paige Shoe Company.
Mf. Pail* was for s'« years «d'itor
and manager of the Daily News at tbo
royal eity, having been one of the original promoters of that venture. In a
loading article In the editorial column* of Ibat paper on Nov. 8th appears a glowing tribute to tbe conspicuous manner in which Mr. Paige bad
carried tho paper tu a high degree of
success in tbe face of strenuous opposition and many obstacles. With ref
ernnce to tbe influence exerted ou civic
ulTuirs by Mr. l'aige In liis capacity ot
editor, the editorial states "tp Mr.
Pslge belongs the credit of persistent
ly urging that slope be taken to throw
off our village appearance by the construction of permanent roadway* and
.sidewalks. One of his slogans was
"Ijct us wake up and bo a city" aad
every citisen, no mailer what was bis
creed or politics, rejoices at tbe mar
vellous change that has eome about."
To Mr. Paige'a qualities aa a writer the
article I est i lies "Mr. Paige wu »
Irenchunt writer and to those wbo came
within thu sweep of his pen tt times,
it may have seemed thtt ho was more
forceful tbtn pleasant, but believing
that bo wtt right, bo gave uo quarter
ami asked none."
The removal of Mr. Paige to North
Vaucojivcr copslitntes p very welcome
addition to the ranks of tb* business
meii of this city and tbe same executive ability which accomplished pro
nouiiced success with respect to tb*
Daily Nows will doubtles* prov* t potent ftctor iu t«* fsjrther progress ami
sleve|opmeut of Ibe buaineu with which
he is uow aueeiated. Tk* cbaugee
which have already btta decided upon
by Iho ue wowiwa point to * policy
of progress snd *Z|*)a*ion which
should meet fill hearty support a*
tlie hands of I be cliiarai of Norll)
Vtncouver.
MiiaiiKOOMB.frtssb dally  at  the
Grotto. 811
BAPTIST OHVBOH
Tho I .u.lies' Aid society of tbe Bap
list .1.ur. 1. of this eity will hold a stlo
of work iu tbs old church building,
earner of Bt. Oeorge avenue tnd 61b
strtat on Thursday, Dec. 7tb, tb* pro
seeds to be dev*4ed toward* faruieb
ing tb* new cksreh bulging now iu.
course of erection On tbe corner of
Itfth and Bt. fleorge's. 612
•T. mouki1 ow school
Nortk 1*0*4*1*
B*v. T. B. Bew*, Princlfel
TBBM8
(lirl* under 8 years eld, 45 par month
Qirls over 8 yr*. eld, it per mouth
special leruis when two or more ar*
sent from tbe Itine /tally.
Arraiigemeiits are being luade to
•reel t building by tbt spring to tc
.on.mo,tut,- 80 or 44 boarders besides
dsy scholars. t.f.
THB THBOBOPHIOAX IOOIBTY
Tbe Theoeopbical Becbety meet* in
Norlh Vtncouver ia Boom It, Aberdeen
Block (over tbe post elce) *v*ry W*d-
ucsilay evening at I o'clock Attend
•net i* entirely frt* tad ctrrie* no
obligations wbtUver. You are invited.
Theoeopbical study ant quNtiou*.  . tf
 b-2 _—
WANTKD-~Comp*t*nt male tteao
grtpber to tct t* Pellc* Court clerk
tnd stenographer, aad cl*rk of Small
Debt* Court. Salary 476 per mouth.
Apply in wiling slating expeiisncj
snd qualiflcttiens to City Clerk, Cilf
Clerk'* office, City Htll. H*
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V)#i« Hi*
Acu»l>   r»»h  »nd
Pawltry M-rfc#|
fbr tli kinds of Iftifl, tpMnA
and salt Mf), aealtbipa and
ahall oysters; always Ircsli,'
alao polity,tpltyti *pA v«g«-
Ulitis. tt<*:vo
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HEATERS
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You can keep warm
and enjoy life if we
iupply   the   heater.
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We carry a full line of McClary.s famous
BELL OAK FAIRY QUEEN jf
HOT BLAST SUNBEAM OAMJ..
and Airtight Heaters of various sbs,
Give us a call, we will be pleased <   i fk
to show you their good qualities,
&
Wholesale and Retail Hardware
Phone ji .      FIRST STREET AND LONSDALE
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IDEAL HOMESITE
220 Feet Cleared, Near Lonidale Avenue
Magnificent View $1400, Quarter'Cash
WE OFFER THE BEST,
Palmer, Burmeiter ft von Graevenitz
Head Office   411 Pender Street, Vancouvtr, B.C.
Brsucli-161 Lousdtls Aieuue.  Pkon* 71.
Brtoch-8636 Lorisdals Aveuu*.   VMtn SSS.        '
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Three and (our roomed suites, $30 and $40.
Partly -furnished; heated; hot and cold water,
etc. Alio ttoret in Mt. Crown Block—First
Street, North Vancouver. Apply lo
C. A. Lett <H
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SPECIALS
THIS WEEK
at the Cut Rate Drug Store
Fellow's Syrup : $1.00 battle
AlleniWn Fowd Wc. tin
<   „.., ;..., ,..„ fim do/..
Hot Water Bottk's, gusraiiUed
tot one year fL"'
Hot Wator Bottled, guaranteed
for two years 12.50
Wincarrii* $125 and $2.00 bottle
Antipon, large tm     $1 76
We have now on tale a new itock of
Stfly Raaort timilar to Gillette.
ftom $1,50 to $8.00 each
Nprth Sl»w« Drug G.
PJ. THOMAS, Pbm.B., Druggist
Uf ESPLANADE WEST.  Phone 311
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