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NORTH VANOOUVBR, 8.O., FBJPAV, JULY IB, 1818.
—HI'IH "III IW I,
NUMBER 18
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NORTH SHORE LINES OF C. P. R. PRACTICALLY ASSURED
'4
APPROVAL OF ROUTE MAP
IMMINENT-BOTH PARTIES
MAY SIGN THIS WEEK
TENTATIVE      AQREBMENT      AR
RIVED AT WITH MINISTER
OF RAIIiWAVB
IIQAjL   BEFORE    RAILWAY    OFFl
fl   OIALS AT MONTREAL
it,iiiiiiiu,.. the visit of the Minister
nf Hiiilwuys lo lhe Nurth Shore, Ur.
II. II. Stevens, M. P., has made tho an
uiiiiiiieiiiejil ihut u lung atop forward
has (seu taken iu the negotiations with
reference to tho uppfo'val of ths C P. R.
iu,He map. Mr. Steveua slated that
in cunjiiiicliun with lhe representative!
of the Nortli Hhore municipalities he
UOlntftj out to tbe Minister of Huil
ways thul lhe objuctious to the route
mup ni Hie railway company did uot
apply tu uuy sectlun uutsido of tbat
portion uf the right nf way lying between Moudyville un. the east anil
I'upileuo uu Ihu wost. The min'ater
Iherciipuu ilelluitely agreed ta umoiul
lhe terms uf his approval ou tbe orig
inal route map so lhal the restrictions
wuuhl bu iiiiiiiinnl to the area designated. It uuw remains, declared Ur.
Stevens, uuly to conclude the agree
ment with the other party thereto,
namely the C. P. R.
With this object in view a draft of
tlie   Ulnelnled    UgrclTIICIll    llUS   llCOU   lie
liwred to ilr. V W. I'etera, general
siiperiiiti'inlciii of the tl. I' R. in I'm
ish I'nluinliiii, iiii'l this has beeu fur
uui,led by bim lu Uuutreal, for ap
provsl. As soou as tbe C. I'. H. have
. mi ..-nl.-.I tu the agreement it will be
signed by the Minister uf Railways.
The fact that Mr. 'Cetera has for
wauled the agreement to bis principals
indicates that there is every reason tu
eipect that a favorable conclusion will
eveutuste. lu fact, de. lured Ur. Blev
em, it is expected that the agreement
will be siglied by bolb ihe C. I'. R,
Slid the Miniiler of Railways before
the latter leaves fur Ine east uu Salur
day ilight.
HON. F, COCHRANE UNABLE
TO MAKE STATEMENT
ON RAILWAY SITUATION
IMPROVED MAIL FACILITIES
FOR NORTH VANCOUVER
TO BE INAUGURATED
LOOAL   SERVICE   INCREASED   TO
FOUR MAILS PER DAY
HOUSE TO HOUSE DELIVERY SOON
CITIZENS BHOULD NUMBER THEIR
HOUBBB
USBFUL ITEMS OF INFORMATION
RB MAILS
The I'nstulliee Department has au
Illumed lbe inuuguruliuu of another
daily muil, in addition to the three al
ready in lune in this city. The main
object which it. is suugbt lo serve iu
Ihc uuw nrrungement is lo provide for
uu eveuing mini delivery such us will
du uwuy wilb the necessity of late muil
lying in Ihe lmal ollice until the folluwiug iiiurning    The uew schedule is
US    I.T,"..
Mails Arrive.
SiH) a.m.
lliiil) u.m.
11:20 p in.
HiliO p. iu.
11 is uiiilerstnud
livery   clerks   hun
Mails Cloae.
8:00 a. in.
10:46 a.m.
1:41 p. iu.
0:15 p.m.
Ihul four mail de
i.ti, iT',   been  de
ed at unce. A very large proportion
uf lbe huiines are still uuiiuiubercd and
the delivery i annul be put into ciccu
tiuu until this necessary proi'isiun hus
beeu met. The city council is having
slu.'t signs placed ut nil slreet corners
in great measure aa a ueccssary pru
vision fur Ihis free mail delivery. The
eu operation of huuichublers as tu numbering will facililalc matters iu thii
particular.
Interviewed by a representative uf
the Espress, Poslmasl/ir .1. A. McMillan
confirmed ihc roporl of the lucteaicd
mail service, but was not at libcrly In
divulge his information with reference
tu lhe free mail delivery. Mr. Mc
iMillun gave further iiiformuliuh with
respect to mails which will be helpful
The mini arriving al miu a. fli. and al
-.t'u p. jn. will bring matter frum the
Kust and iill puiiils. Thut at 11:80 will
be composed ilinl);. uf mail fiom the
Uniled Stales, while Ibat at brill will
curry mail frum lucul ami lower main
laud points. Knglisli mail is due Hi ur
rive uu Monday, Tuesday ami Wnlnci
day, and'leaves on Tliuraday al 10:11
u. m. and Saturday at 0:46 p. m.
Incoming mail will be uiie.l abuut
JU iiiiiiiii■ after ila arrival. Registered
mail close- fifteen minutes before Ibe
departure  of  each   mail.    Thv  muney
lulled fruni the Vuncuuver ulliee lu act
us delivery clerks al Nurlh Vuncouvel
uud  Ihul  tbeir appointment  will tuke
effect iu the near future,   lu thc mcau
time local readouts may do much to I unlet ami slump wickets arc now open 11||U11
hapten Ihe inauguration of lhe free mail .continuously   from   eight   a
delivery by having Iheir houses uumber |8 p. in	
I ai..ni
MINISTER  OF RAILWAYS VISITS
NOBTH SHORE
PRONOUNCEMENT  ON PROBABLE
POLICY   OF  OOVERNMENT  IN
REGARD    TO    HARBOR
DEVELOPMENT
"OOVERNMENT   WILL   PROTECT
MUNICIPALITIES    RATHBB
THAN CORPORATIONS"
Tu Ihose wbu knew tin exucl purpiisi!
uf the Miuister uf Iluilwuy'a visit tu
Ihc nunh shure uu Wednesday lhe de
lectuble nil I ing nf llapiluuii seemeil
scurcely iu hurmoiiy wilh u prosal
uuii,ni,I controversy. Tu nit bathed in
lbe hulli'sl sunshine nf a number nf
years aud discuss rights uf wuy uud
other railway inlricacies musl have ap
pealed. Hi certain nuture-enlhusiusli us
a i.nlili ■ ■ attempt lo lilciul the prim
val with lhe essentially modem. And
yel in lhe mind of everyone present
was a' complete uinUirstuiuling uf Inu
fuel ibal il is jusl aa Important lu au
arcadiau lection Hhe Ijupilnnu thai
i.uiio.1.1 connections should be estub
lislicd iu order lo adequately 'Convoy
tu Ibis regiuu the annual infiill uf resl
denls uml tourists tbst ita nuturul ul
I raet inns admittedly merit.
On Weiliiesiluy lhe Ilmi. Frank Cuch
i.uu rather cuulrury lu the hupes of
lbe three municipalities uf the nurth
shore, did nol make uny prouuunecmiTil
uf immediate significance uu the pre
.-nl i.uiii.a.i situation He ixpluiu.nl
Ihul the inuller luul not been sdjuiil
calt'd upon and us bis position wus
practically Ihul uf a judge, he wished
it iiiulelMnuil Ibul he luuld iiiu I.e nu
slulemeiil al all prcuuun lu liual ui liuu
The minuter, however, who had earli
er in lln- day been afforded un uppiirtiin
ily uf uevving Ihc hurliur I'uisibilitles
uf Hurrard Inlel, touched inli-roslingly
uu the polify uliuli tin- government is
likely lu pursue in regard lu Ineir ud
in in ist rut mn uml development,
The rnpruicutulive company whicii
inel Mr. Cochrane al J ,nurlli short
ferry terminus ami wMin afterwards
lunched with him ul the Cuuyun View
Hulel, included the fulluwlng: Usyor
McNeish, .1. II. Taylur, M. I'., uf New
Wcsliniuslcr, II II. Stevens, M. I'.i
Reeve May, Krig/i Nelsou; W, J. Man
sun, M P. V.; H. W. Yules, Mr Coch
rune's secretary; Councillor K. tt. Mur
gan. l.'uijuiilmn, J. II. Kilmer, muni
cipial engineer of I'oijuillum; K. Malum.
director of Ihe Buirard Inlel Tuuuel
aud Bridge Compsny; Alderman Dick
who was muster of ceremonies; Abler
man Biss, Ablermun Furcinsn, Abler
msn Irwin, Alderman M. Hue, Abler
Fraser;    Councillor    tlri'lgnism
"•f ICouncillor Loutet; Councillor Mothers;
.   Councillor Hay: William Wallace; Alei
Return of North
Shore Cadets
LOOAL      CONTINGENT      VlSTIN
IIDIKHED   THEMSELVES   ON
VANCOUVER ISLAND
tuguf war,
the   i'liii" i
Vancouver
I. un   cbuune
"Ueel it'a beeu fine.'
were  just   going  instead
"Willi we
of coming
buck." "Wish it hsd been /or sis
weeks." Tin""' are only three of prob
ably.a Ibousaud differently couched
coiiimentN voiced by s coutlngeut of
North bhore cadets on their return
from Vi. ij jju ou Wednesday afternoon.
Kvcry boy looked sunburut aud well.
The week on Macaulsy Plains bsd
elapsed at a disgusting rule. "No
."""i did we seem to got the tenta
up," said mie youngster, ''tbau we
had lu lake 'em down agsln; Snd yet,"
ho i'dded Hiunglil fully, "we got
through a bunch uf business In a short
time."
Tlm buy* on Iheir arrival home ou
Wednesday lined up oo the city ball
Huuiii*1ii au ttccumpjtniment of tjrnp
heals, gave Ihree cheers for their manager, Mr. Archie Oruboui, snd received
tlpe order to disperse.
Mr. Hi.-iiiiiui declares that ths boys
behaved iu u most exemplary faihlnu
and fell into the method* of csmp life
with wi'iiderful apliludc. Tbsir alertness sud activity on more than one
occasion reeiived the eiiconiumi of tbs
ktjor in charge.
Jn ths field of sport mty particular;
ly distinguished tbemtslvss.   In tin
MBTHODIBT CHURCH
— 1
Mlu M. Campbell, of lbe Inlerdo-
TJumlujnSHtl tebtm snif Mediral Million n, *Iodbiu, will deliver a mlsilonsry
addrcse In tbe above cbureb tt 1.1:00
t. ro, neit Bundsy morning. All lit
welcome.
W<fW
Bom to Ur. and Mrs. Alts Stewart,
Of Duchess svsnue, a k»y, July 17th.
To Mr. Ud Mrs. W. L. Tstts, Kipleu
ii»,ity, iiii m-
.   Smith;   I.   Watts   Doney;  O.
u      ■   l*fclnre, government aiigiuoer; I    II.
1   ^'"j | Htapi, Vaueouver Board of Trade; A.
erry
sud licorgc I)  (Irani.
Afler a delightful luiicheuli, pic
lurcsijucly served uuder canvas, Mr.
J. li Taylur, M P., proposed a-toast
lo lbc Ihree uorlb shore municipalilies.
lie espresseil his sutisfactiou and Ihc
stllifsclioii of the guests at the hund
.11171 entertainment provided ami hoped
Ibal Ibey would soou enjuy the ailvan
Jag", uf ample inilway cuiiiiccliuin
wilb the loulh shore, au advaiitagc
which would be mutual IoJjoIIi luculi
ties. Ur. I'ochraue, be laid, had been
nsponsible for the large measure ui
development that bad warred iu
Norlbern Ontario under lhe Whitney
government, aud if they ever went to
Ottawa they would Ilml Ilul be wai
Ihc 'friend  of progrcislvouch io this
fart of Ihe country also, and a reminder
bat they were uf the party lhal had
broken bread wilb bim iu Capilauo
Canyon would prove an opeu sesame for
tbem. What Ur. Cochrane had arcom
]di.Inni since be went into' nth. i' was
only a preparation for what be iras go
iug to do.
Uayor UcNoiib responding expressed
Ibunks lit tbo complimentary remark*
Ibst bsd been made upou the luncheon,
ssd msde reference to thc miiforlunes
being endured by tbe north shure iu
regsrd to railway ftcjlltici Ile do
dared Ibst the ciliieni only naturally,
wtuled the railway, bul Ibey aim wanted certain restrictions Imposed in con-
neilion witb eerti'lu portions of tbe
utVlb short.' Hit worship tbtn csllsd
Shore lads uul of Ihe cigbl and badly
Ihe suli-'l'ui liun of Iriiiiining tbe
Islaudcrs. A baseball match was ar
lunged lul ween the I 1.1 in il. Cs
dcts sud Nurtb Vancouver, which Hie
coining Ilea vers won, 14 to 13. An
otber iilaml team feeling Ihey were
belter class, called on Ibe Norlb
Shore tetm to try cuucluiioui; but
wkttt the game stood 17 .to .'I lbe
cliallcugers said Ibey hid bid enough.
HjilTiiiiiniiielj the holiday wti uot
without a mishap, ti uu Monday,
while the boy* were playing around
t tent, Cutbbert Hugglet, sou of North
Vancouver's police'magistrate, lrip|ied
over t guy rope tnd felj ou oue of
tbe tent pegs, injuring bit side He wu
ttken to the Victoria boipilal «ud from
tbere wtt brought btck witb thc buys,
but il was uecttstry to ctfl iu medical
tid ou kit arrival bona.
upon  lhe   iluu 1.1   uf rlailwaya,  wbo
was iici'urdcd musical hunors.
The Hun. P. Cochrane said;—
"I 1. miie you I appreciate to the full
yuur kiml receptiuu uf Ibo 1 umi which
bus jlist beeu proposed by1 tin.' mayor,
uiul the kind words whicii hu aud Mr.
Tuylur   huvu   litturiiil,   I   would   much
1.iilnT   be   kicked  urouiul   lown   thuu
get up uml iiiuke u speech, but I would
not ilu credit  lu myself, uur the gov
111,ineiii of which I um u uieinbcr, uor
us u lltliou uf thii greul euiinlry, were
I to receive such huspitulity uml sucb
kindness uml uul express my gni|itude.
"I did nol seek the pusiliun lyblcll I
uccupy. but mice I did accept it I fell
il wus my duly lu get mure fully ue
ipisiiited wilh I'liiiiulii than I was, ur
ever eipected lu be, for that mailer.
I fouml' it a 'inin uli matter to ..it iu
inv utli. 1 ul iiiiiiv.ii uml listen lo depu
luiiun ufler deputation present matters
iu me (rum their uwu alanilpuinls,
nui l-i em uf Importance uud moment, and
sue up u 1111.1111.11 from a mup, ami
du whul was right in thc interests uf
this wliule llumiuiun.   ludeed, I think
II is U" essury for every member of the
guu'riiiucui iu see Cuuada year by year,
because it is impossible almost, iu
this gluriuui country uf num. tu prop
erly cover it in one seusum   I nm ul
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS
WANTED
WANTKD-Oirl lo do general house
wurk.   Apply Ht.i Third street east..
WANTED-tiuiurt .lining ruum girl
fur A inei nan Cafe,   fluod pay.     gii-7
WANTED- Position us help in store
by voung lady. Bui 2261, North Vuu
culver. 18-7
WANTED -Position as lady's help
liy young lady. Hux lib,, Nortli Vuu
cuuver.
(Ooiitluuod on psgs 3, column I)
WANTED   A young mild, goat.   V.
Bromley,
couver.
gcjicral delivery, Norlh Vun
FOB BBNT
ROOMS FOR HKNT   Housekeeping
and single.  Big ::ud stroet osst.
Large fruut ruum, furuliheil',
Third streot east.
857
OS
FOB  RENT-Furiiialieil  room,
First Street Kail.
Ifi)
18-9
FOR RENT -Six room inuilurn house,
'"iiiiii street, one block frum Luiisilule.
Apply 2116 Fifth street eusl. 'I'll
11
WANTEII-To reul modern collage;
tl.i to I'll). Full pu^u'culuriy Hox ASS
Expresa Dili. 1. Ig i
WANTED Light dice work by
young mun, inexperienced. Apply liux
Ail.'i,  Kxpress Office. 10 7
WANTED To rent in Nurth l.ons
dale, modern fuur or live room buugu
low, »l.i ur i.n. Ilus ARS, Kxpress Dl
flee.    ' t.f
WANTKD Dressmaking umi ladies'
liiluriug, 1.mg summer coals, elc. lluud
111 uud style guaranteed, Prists run
suiiable. Alsu un apprentice (flood
training given). Apply evening Sixth
Uriel   west, cornel l.unsilule. HIU
LOST AND FOUND
FOITND Uuiu h of keys on Lonsdule
Owner may obtain same by applying ul
curlier of Fifteenth and lajusdaje, by
pay mg this ad.
11* 7
I.OST -On Lyuu Valley ear 157,
Tuesday, IDth, lady's handbag. Con
laincd keys, luggage, cheques, money.
Formal must impurianl tu owner. Fiud
er please return 11 C. Kleclric, Nortli
Vancouver. 10 1
FOR BALE
KDII   SALE   Au   American   organ
lloml loinlilioli.    jl'.'. "u     Alsu  l.llli illl.
•ii'-"   I'bone 175. lu i
FOII BALE Murine gusuliue engine,
complete. 67"; or eichauge fur nation'
ary    Frank Alice, Wiudior road west
FOR KALE Oi lo rent, .furnished
sii roomed huuse. iiii tu, 1 Due ami
a half block east of H uil. 1 uil Apply
al  huuse 11
Mr. W. Austin liruwu, who wis n
ciitly appointed Nurlh Vaneouver's
ily clerk, in succession lu Mr Thumaa
ibepberd, was bum iu Olasguw "aome
■ ins ago," Ins fallicr being a piolessor
I luw in Ihul cily. W Austin, it ap
peats, displayed in his unly youlh eer
lam tendencies luwatds the parculal
culling, ull of which I Ihe tendencies,
luiulj were au t'llly nurtured al lbe
i.hmguw I'uiversity, wilh the result
thut W. Austin emerged fully ijuulilicl
lu practise as 0 lawyer "somewhere
1111111111I HUW." Ful about Ihree years
lu- occupied Ihe 'greater part uf hii
liuu- busily turning his qutlllctllou!
inlu Ihc 1 iniilil euiu of Ihc realm, until
Ihe in.intent call uf Ihe Wesl smote
bis ears. Ile responded to the call iu
I'.H'i apd buttled lo a country where
lie believed Ihere wai ilill more cur
reul coin lu be made.
Heading sagaciously for Hritisb ''ul
uhilua, be lurried awhile'ia the uGi-rs
uf Mi Neil, lllrd, McDonald I Bayfield
frum wlieiH.. hi drifted iuto employ
lucul uuder Ihe proviuriil government
The Norlb Bborc htd, however, slwty<
appealed lo W. Austin 11 « kind of
|iji,iui"ed land," md arronliugly on
Iht 1. ..igiiiiiion of Mr. Shepherd hr look
a figurative jump ucruu tbe Juh'1, land
cd neatly al the city hall, aud reuaius
Ibere to transact Ihe rlerirtl end of
North   Vancnuier s civic l.u»iiu>-
Mr. Browu is a Maiou, a member of
llie Sl. Andrew's tnd Caledonian tio
ciety of Vancouver, and 1 uiombcr of
Hie lulled Service Club. While in bis
native country be was fur eight years
iijiiucclc'l with thc Oth bttlaliou of
Sutherland Highlanders, four years 11
1 "uiiiiunsiniuyi niii. .T. Scsklng to
dhleover for himself whither the pen
ii really mightier than Ibe sword, he
re. .iiiii iiiuijulcd a book 011 the "Com
panics Act of Hrilish Columbia," wbicb
If lo be shortly published by Canwell
Company 0/ Toronto.
Wm WAHWP
Two guud route boyi wtuled for lbs
F.iprass   Apply tl thit otot.
FDIt SALE Huuse. Ihree luulns and
piintry Iparlly finished), uu good lut.
I'ri.e I75D: terms. Apply T. Hmllli,
Centre Road, l.yuu Valley. ID 1
FOH RENT -Four roomed furnished
.■inle. ''ul,uunl Apartment*. Apply
Diersseii, 1.1. 1 ih uml tit. Andrew*,   t.f.
FOII RENT-Nov(,'o ruomuil modern
bungalow. Leuse. No ehildreu pre
ferred. Mrs. Angus Mclieun, Ifilh
slreei west. U.l 7
TO RENT- Three-riiiinji'il collugc,
Flftocnth street, i'i, blocks from car
line. Apply II. Snow, hurticullural
grounds, Lousdiilu uveiiiie. 10 7
FOB HENT--Modern six ruumed
bouse, comer I nh alreet uud Chester
field. Kent $85.00. Apply Mistress
Hartley, llth street west. iii) 7
TO RENT-Superior bedroom, with
or  without  huurd,  Tenth  sired  eaat,
one  bluck  11   Lonsdule   I'm . siugle
gentleman.     Hux   luiiil,   Nurth   V'au
cuuver.
TO   HKNT   Cunil'orlable   ruuini   fur
gentlemen    Hourd optional.   Five mill
ulcs Iruin ferry,   i'ur pusses dour. Firsl
slrect casl   (Bccuml   limine   from   St.'
Andrews aveuuo). 10 7
FOH HKNT From September, furu
1 l.i.i bedroom in private huuse uu
111*1 slreei, cluse lu cur line, lu lady
engaged iluring duy. Fur particulars
write Mux 17IU, Nurlh Vuncuuver. llui
MISCELLANEOUS
luimi young stock bull kepi, curuer
lnl in mi ami Capiluno roads. W. II.
Wilkins. 18
Fur fine wttcli and jewelry wurk gu
lu Oeu. Sumerliiu, lhe uew jewelry alure
ou Uud itreet.
Ice,  Ice Cretin,  Uullcrmilk,   Mill.,
leam and Duller, Purity Creamery, Hid
bocuud itreet wcsl.
If yuu have any proporty to sell aud
want i|iin li results, list it with Muui.
liul eii'i'i, uml Seymour, t.f.
Short lime luu ns ui iu hit ur uu
proved pruperty. tSlor Luun Company,
Oil Hustings, Vancouver, I.f.
MONEY TO LOAN    Muney  limned
ou diamonds, jewelry, furs.   Slur l.uuu
FUH SALE   .-.room huuse, modern, <:"-' 0I< Hailings,'Vancouver. I.f.
with electric llgbl, water, roomi paper !   Kirsl class   ladies'   tailor and dreis-
,d. Hul cleared  t'orucr rily boundary;MkM wgu„ Kl)t,, a,
uml Lynn  Vulley ruud   On good terms
|li,>»"U. or ipul niii U'lii'i. Apply Hus
8176, Nurlh Vancouver. Pt
FOR BALK Houie. suap, lath alreel
tud Bt. Oeorge'1 Avenue, t 1 cuius, ce
meut bin ineiil, piped for furutrc, lol
Jill IDU to lite, fenced iu tud garden.
Now rented 688.60 psr mouth. Frict,
18,650, tm cash, |,ilioci 650 month M" K,llfl11
tt 7 ptr ctnL Owntr, Box 1616, cily. Kidgwty tvenue
home or by Iho
Urs. Fruit, Elpresi Office.     Uli 1
dty.
Slmpsou Bros., building moveri iud
coiitracturs.   Bnqulrt first houso easl
of Lonsdule, llllli street,   I'lione Lllli
108
FumisbcTI   lie.lm1.in   for  siugle  man
in modern house li per muuth. Apply
III) Seveuth street and
If
Profeuional Lacrosse
VMtOOVfU    TRAM    CONFIDENT
Of  WINNINO TOMORROW
ROVAL
CITV     TEAM     HEAVIJ/y
HANDIUAPFBD
Du you wuut lo reul a -1 ■ ■ 1 »■ m -.<
refrcshmeiil ilaml; a house ur a cabin I
Sre   liuti liiniui.   iTuiipsliin   A  l'u.,   Ibi
House Men, fig I dale avenue.    Tel
886,   ' 867
Al lhe present time il looks It if Ib
Buytl I'ily club will plice 1 team with
t weak defease iu Ibe field tl tomur
low'i Miuto ''np lulor. it Hecrettion
park Nut only is Jimmy Hilliml oul of
the gune through illuesa bul Ibe West
milliter mintgcmeiil bli demanded Ihtl
Ihe penally of lUipcnsiou for one game
tgtinil Tommy ilitTord tud Oeorge
lleiuiie take cfT,, 1 on one dale. Tbii
will io weaken Ihc defense of Ihe Weil
miniiler s Ihtt uo re tflangcmen! of
tbe Iiuc up ctn provi tf cctivt, Tbe
sji'img cud of tbe Boytl I'lty team will
remain inlaiT, bul it lamiol rej-nn
ably be expcelcd Ibst Ibeir weahcov'i{
drfeiise ran rope wilb the Vanrouver
home. Inasmuch ai Ibo Vancoover'.'
Will ti'ld their ilrougrit leam, tho re
soil ihould not lie in doubt at any
stage of Iht garni, although tn Hilor
ntjiig intlcb will doubtless bt seen, iu
mtufb tt tbr WnUnimlcr'1 rtu lit
rellfd upon to put up thoir moit ilrfnu (f:
out struggle, tvss under tdvtnt con
dillom
Aulhuriiod 11g.nl fur Singer Sew
mg Mm Him' Company iu Norlb Van
couver. J. J. McAlcccc, Dry Ooudi and
(lenli'  1-Tiiiii-hiii"., corner First  uml
Lunsdule   Av. nu,' l,f.
Wheu needing coal or buildiug tup
idles, clll up phone Ut, Norlh Shore
Coil k Supply Co., Kickbipii wbirf.
L. S. Ealuu, manager. Nule name aud
pboue number. t.f.
B. C. Livery and board titbits—
Ligbt rigs tnd Itdiei' laddie horses
for hire. Stabling for. bones. Dei.
enl delivery and heavy teaming. 0,
Dumas, I Ih stroot wast. Pbons 647 t.f.
Ufid Clearing tnd drilling Lols
fete Andriui, Oentrtl Contractor. He
wtr connections 1 ipecially, Jiasem en'
and other tictvatlng work undertaken.
Kitimatoi froo. 687 St. (leorge's Ave.
Nortk Vtssouvtr, poit nfflec bos BDOjl
WKST VAKCOIIVER-For im.ue
dialc isle, )l loir in subdivision on
(lovcrumial Boad, 60*188 lo lane, i'rice
lltd lo 6650 each: i'lu cash, balance-
616 ptr moulh. Twenty minutei frum
ctr. Liglil clearing. Two nice bouici
tcross rosd from Ihli property. Hux ,
Uil Nurlh Vincouvir. 83-i
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— I     '     J L—..-. ii        ' .   , UII
Bank of Montreal
 sun     lu ur I,  i.V i.i i      in.  Ji        T  ii  i   T
Established Ifll
Capital (paid up)    •    $15,413,000
Reserve     ....   $18,000,000
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GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
Savings Bank Department
INTEREST PAID AT CURRENT RATES
North Vancouver Branch: F. A. MACRAE,
Mt. Crown Bldg., Itt Street Manager
We Have Some Good Buys
.   in D. L. 273, 274, 550.
See us if you have a liouse to rent, or if you want to get
a house.
We have some lovely homes for sale.
Listings wanted. *
NORTH VANCOUVER REAL ESTATE CO.
110 Esplanade.     '   Phone 227       .
H. C. BISS
<mh,a^J*'
,ni>. J. A. WOODS'
We have a line of Beautiful Wardrobes
on hand. They are finished in Mission
Green, Dark Oak and MahQgany; 3 ft.
6 ins. wide, 6 ft. high, and 12 ins. deep
Only 14 lefl, aiul wt: are selling them at $10 each, delivered
to your door. See them at our factory display room
Dickinson & Son, Ltd.
O. Hox 1719.
ESPLANADE EAST
Phone 222
NOTICE
During the. Months of JULY and
AUGUST," this store will close
at I P.m. on SATURDAYS'
: THE :	
Brackman-Ker Milling Co., Ltd.
OFFICE: 116 ESPLANADE, EAST PHONE 4
Coal   Coal   Coal
North Shore Coal & Supply Co.
Wi' have on hand a full supply of all Building
M.ih n.il    (nl ijiiolations before planng order.
I.. S. EATON, Manager.
Km Miami Wharf     Esplanade Wot      I'liune 4M
HON. FRANK COCHRANE
Minister   of   Eailwaya   Inspect*   tlio
Intercolonial Hallway
Somo   Tlnio-Honored   Practices
Plsturbeil
Straightforward Characteristics nl Min
liter Strongly Portrayed
Under tlio heading "Tiresome
Mr. Cochrane," tlioro appeared In
a recent, issuo of "British News
of I'iiiiii.ki" a letter from an
oliservant citizen in tlio Maritime
provinces, whoso name the editor does
not disclose, a narration of tho results
following a personal inspection of the
Intercolonial Ilailway system by tho
Minister of Itailways ami tiie not very
indil commotion which was excited
thereby. The narration is exceedingly
tell written and constitutes a splendid
oniment upon Ihe sterling character ol'
tlie mun who js uow iu charge of Ihis
important portfolio iu tlio Dominion
government, lor which reasons we reproduce il iu foil. The article is as
follows:—
What do you think of a letter li
this from Uie Maritime Provinces!   it
would  lie mighty iolercsling to give
llie iiuiiii: of ihe writer, und lu follow
up hia slury:
"I have watched what you have suiil
from liim: in lime about the bittornosB
ol' piirli/uusliip in puldic affairs, uml
wish .lu Heaven wt: coulil raise tin
standard of political practice iu this
part uf Hie country. Von refer tu Mr.
Coster's toeriptlou of ilic patronage
.--prfi damnable ami say lliut llu:
"iic is publicity and mure publicity.
I'erliups yuu will be glud lu know ul'
Hie slurics lliul lire Homing around'lion:
ubuut ilu: Intercolonial Bailway tliat
lius been a idiudy highway of patronage
for forty yeurs uml is yet. The lliiug
is gelling uproariously funny, ami per
hups hopeful uu thut account; thanks
to the Minister of Huil ways', wliu m
said lo be less like a joke than uuy ol'
Ins predecessors.     '
Never Heard of Him
"We never iicunl of Mr. (lochrau
down here Iill hi: became miuister, um
then, us lie was un Outurio man, there
wus u lot of grumbling iu the party
because one of our own men wasn't
appointed. For you must knuw lliere
isn't u nickel lu choose between tin
workers of either party wheu the posai
bibiy of patronage is considered, "ur
love of power, I suppose, is like Ihul
ul kings, ami il is a great tiling for
u lillle follow in u little place awji>
down here by the seu lu feel lhat he
can iiiuie Ottawa lu dismiss a u.:m tu
whom lie has been jealuus I'ur years,
and pul .1 ; i.n. ii.i minion in the vn
iul.nl plate. Ami il is jusl as fim: for
a mun lo iiiuiu lliul he hus caused gov
eminent money lu be spent in the vii
luge, uud cun show u new stuliuu or a
plalfurm as pruuf of his influence.
"This kiml of thing is deeply rooteil
iu political orgnnuTitiun iu those prov
inecs, and no doubl Mr. Cochrane has
had experience of it elsewhere, lie
uus expected to pluy lhe game nceun.l
iug lu Ihc ideas of Hie men in Ihe parly
is oiyjiod by the roodjimr about wliat
is going to bu Bpput, on ii.   This your
t||0 estimates woro profty liberal, anil
Sadly smile Conservatives  were  iu  high glee
nt tho expenditures that wore coming
.*!!?!? ff*y: ...TiBK_KSffi- H9t in greatly
rejoiced whon thoy—Inranf Mr. Coch
rano was also coming their way.
Cancelled tilt Estimates
"Mr. Cochrane lias been, ami'seen,
ami left his mark, l'uinloil men are
wondering what ia cumiiig next. He's
u regular snorter and snapper. I can't
pretend tp give a tenth of tlie stories
that havo by this time soaked intn
mory party circle about what Mr.
Cuchrauu suid uud whul Mr. Cochrane
did uu l|is daylight in |.i. i mu uf every
part of tho railway. If there is one
lliiug un wiiieh a ic i". ii'bii- publicum
CO!!nt8 it  is Hll!    |n-II.lm;   of iiiuiii-}-  in
Iiis constituency when it lins been votoil
hy purliumeiit." There may be a lillle
ili-lay uuw aud then, but that Ihc wnrk
will come ulung he lias un manlier ul'
doubt. Ami nuw this Mr. Cochrane hus
pricked Ihu buoyancy uf lliut faith,
und yuu will be interested lo kuow huw
lie has iiuiu: il, iu the avowed inieresl
of a businesslike administration of tlm
Intercolonial, Names won't bo men
liiiiii-il but you cun rely un whul I tell
yoo.
"Nul fur from Hie shore ia a little
pluee tliut has long been quite useful
lo Hie members. Parliament voted live
thousand odd dollars i'ur a new slatinn;
everybody wus delighted, uud the.mem
ber expanded graciously with proof of
his power at Ottawa. Mr. Cochrane
cauie and knowing ones prepared lo
show him just where the uew stuliuu
una going to be built. It was a mem-
uruhlc day ill llic history ul' thi) village
They will never forget il. Mr. Cocb
rune came, and saw, and—cancelled lhe
estimato.
A MODEST PQUBST
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VANCOUVER CITY
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•dtnotst
"Hot
on Sunday"     Tint Ubit tubject to cbttgt without
' not jitblt lot delays, accidental or etUrwus.
tttici. 1'iompm,
wliu believed Ihey hud Ionic back lu
Iheir old lordship uver lies ami trips.
A curious significance wus observed iu
scleral places - slulwarl Coimcrvalivcti
who a year or two agu were in favor
uf .turning Ibe Intercolonial over lu
Hi. ' .ii.a.uuii Norlbern, huvo lusl Hie
idea iii a resurrected sense of propri
lorsbip. Whatever Ihc Intercolonial
miglil be as a railroad Ihey lunl uo
Iniilil ut ils value us u lucul political
laset, and Ibey looked lo Mr. Cochrane
in ur.liijgly. Of course I uoi 'nol speuk
iug uf Conservatives as a if bole.
Poor  Talker
"Mr Cochrane louk ollice in Oclo
lur. A living Irip to Ihe Borden ban
■uul in Il.n.i.m wua liis sole tcijuaiu
lame wilh lhe ginerninenl ruilwuy un
HI alter parliament wus prorogued,
lie was very anxiously watched when
wenl lu llalil'ax und several leaders
Iriil lo .-ifiiiul him in private collvcrnt
lion, doing hun"' Irum lhe liumpicl I
heard miine of Iheir impressions. Tbey
were nol luu famrulde.
Mr. Cochrane'»speech at the.banquel
■bowed liim lo bu a poor mi... i. bul
a very determined doer; ami one or
Iwo of my good friends who ure pretty
sensitive lo draught said I/icy didn't
care much for his private lalk aboul
the Intercolonial. He had made m)
bones about his intention lo run Ihc
road ts a business proposition. They
had heard lhat sort of lalk before;
bul on Mr. Cochrane's tongue il seemed to have a different flavor. 'He
speaks to you aboul how he's going
to Ax things, as if he'd tell you to ga
to bell as easy as he'd offer you a
cigar,' was the way the president of
one association put it, as wc were on
lhe mty lo Mondoii.
"Of course, there were a few changes
on the roud doriug Ibe winler, and all
sorts of requests went lo Moncton for
local improvements, wilh lhe idea of
getting Ihem inin Ijje minister's est iin
ates.   Bul, I here's many a slip—.   "
"When lbe lutercolonlil estimates
pre up "i'i tre scanned very closely
by every politician here and by tbe
members whose ridings tbe rotd traverses.   Wt don't worry "bout wbat
Asked Tbem Straight
" ' Five thousand cighl hundred del
lai.-. lur u new station!' he usked. ' Nul
by a ijarned sight. Why this statiun
cun'I cum live thousand dollara iu Ihree
yeurs, passenger, freight ami ull. We
won't throw muney away like Ihul.
Spend live hundred dollurs uu puiul
uml repuirs.   Nul a eenl mure'
"For a in ii < li larger pluee n big up
prupriulion hud gone llirough fur uu
ulilurged freight shedlwenly fuur ihu.is
aiul dollars, I think, wus Ihc uniuunt
voted. The muyor uml board of I rude
nm) all the commercial uu.l political
eminence of ihc burg wailed un ll"'
minister tu sny liuw good he wus lu
prinidi: i'ur Ihc urgent needs of the
mureautilu community; and to hupe Ihul
ihey might huve many auch visits Irum
liim.    Mr. Cochrane was nice lu them
uml he can In: very nice.
"lu accordance wilh a rulber tire
some liubit he hus, Mr. Cochrane in
speclcil Ihc freight shed lhal wus luo
small for ils purpnne au especially
tircsume nal.it in a man whu lusl hall'
a leg in a railway accnleut. He wus
ahuwn the eongesliiiii caused bv piles
uf uiereliaiiilisc. ulnl then asked what
seemed several uiincu-s&ary, tiresome
.pic.niions aboul lhe goods: 'Huw lung
hus Ihis been berel' 'Ami Himf
'Ami Ihull' 'Whul ure your demur
ruge charges!'
"The lust wua a particularly pru
vukijig question, particularly su, but
uf course being asked by u minister it
un i lu be answered, li is suni that
Mr. Cocbrau/is u wen-haul in Nurlh
ern Oolurio unu therefore knows ull
abuui demurrage    And, when he bain
I lhe charges .here, he crumpled up
another eslnuatc.
Iu Quebec Alto
" 'Treble Ihe demurrages,' be urder
I, 'ami when tint Ircighl shed ceases
In be practically u reul free wuiehuusc
for every iijujj ni town, lliere'II be lols
of room for everything that ought.In
be here.'
ii is mil surprising in.ii bead*
are shaken and Mr. t'ueliriiiie is said tu
be uu politician, least week, lietwc
Windsor aud Truro, I inel a traveller
who told me it wua juat lbe same il
l/ucbce. He said Ihere was an appro
prialion for a uew attliou al a I uwn
on the til. Lawrence, which Mr. I'ncli
nun knocked gulley wcsl when he
looked inlo the revenue from Hie place
The traveller said the Frenchmen duwu
there ire saying thai Muusieur t'ueh
rune is not a ininislre politique, but .
llUllltW.
"I should like lo know whut yuu
make of tbis disclosure uf Mr. f'och
rane'f. quality- Perhaps I ooghl to any
Ibal Ibere haa beeu a greul scurrying
of complaiuert to members ami if re
ports aro true, a inuuruful upproacli of
members lo Ottawa Some fear that
tbe foundations of political iccurili
have been broken up. I havo my own
"leu, but would like lo Ami out bow il
strikes ouo of yoor political ' cxjicri
ence."
— ,.
PBOPEETy  WANTED
w
Do you want to wil your lotf   Wt
btvo funds waiting for good buys, Give
us your best gross price toil terms
(Jtntditn Financiers, Bank of Hamilton
Buildiug. ti.
Thai n reputation for oratlcal ex
eolluiico may have iin handicaps id
illustrated by tbo e.'.perieoei: in
Arkansas pf a .urtaiu member of tho
Unitod States congress noted for bis
mellifluous tongiio.
On one occasion Ibis statesman wus
travelling in a little-visited section of
tlio statu mentiuiied wben he stopped
overnight in a lug cabin inhabited by
mt old man and his wifo. After break
fust tbe next morning the bust, wlto
bad heun in a flutter of excitement
uver since he had learned the identity
Of liis distinguished guest, said he
would like to make one slight request
before the visitor departed.
"Couldn't yuu," hu said with evident aiixioly—"coiililn't yuu jest muke
tny wife uu' mi, li little speech before
leaviu' ust"—Harper's Mugiuine.
"How did you get your wife lo fore
go her desire I'or lhal expensive eveuing gown I"
"Tuld her il was jusl Hie thing a
plain woman needed."
00BPWP0P FOB BOUQOM
■
Best, sound) dry, lirst gruwtli fir cordwood required for city schools for im-
niDiliatl) delivery i|i following qiiunti-
Hen—
Central Scliool, Ifi cords.'
. Iionsilolo Bclioql, HI eaidK~"~-
liidgwuy Heliool, 6 cords.
Also 8 cords green wnoil.
Tenders received by tliu undersigned
up to Tuesday, -'3rd July, lllll!.
QKO CAMPBEIif.,    ;
19-7    Secretary Bourd School Trustees.
OOAIi FOB SCHOOLS
Best quality, clean, screened Welling
luu coul required for city scliouls for
delivery iluring holidays in following
quuntitiosi—
Cent ral Schuul, 16 tons.
l.unsilule Schuul, 26 tons.
Bidgway School, "(i lons.
Tenders reeoived by Hie undersigned
up to Tj.-H.lny, liilrd duly, lllli!.
QfJO, CAMI'Bl'll.l,,
IU i    Secretary Board Schuul Trustees.
DesBrisay's
Grocery and Hardware Stores,
Lonsdale and 4th, will open for
business, Saturday, 20th inst.,
with a complete stock of high-
class goods. We extend a cordial
invitation to the Citizens of North
Vancouver to visit our new premises
p
IL
!
\
A NEW SUIT
like
nf Campbell'i (lolliing will make yuu ltd better.
Oui lust shipment of lins popular brand ul
Clothing has arrived. I.very suil is ihc latest nil and
all new and fresh.
I id   your   next
"CAMPBI-XL'S."
ihe ordinary kind.
We are kcie In
lhe value of
'li
lej||/e
Suit   be   of   the   belter   soil,
I hey don'l cost any more lhan
i
fill your < lolhinp wauls ami] wc
a   -Ti ii. .I i iislonicr.
BENNETT
BROS.
{
Tooke't
Shirt* ft Collars
NOTE THE ADDRESS
110 Second St., East.
ANDREW WALKER
8000E880B TO THE
GEO.W.HARDINGCO.
PAINTBBB ANP PAPEB HANQBBS
Having purchased ths business of Oeo. W. Harding' Co., in
which I «u a partner, I an new prepared to furnlaji out)
mates and carry out auy work intrusted u, me to Uis lint of
my ability. SstUfsctlon guaranteed. Nothing but tne boat ma
terlaJi aud workmaushlD.
P. O. Box Utl
IU BBMrlO OTBBBT BABT, uw WNSDAluP THE EXPRESS NORTH VANCOUVER, ft C, FRIDAY. JULY 19,1912
We Render Superior Service in the
      I III      I       .J      I I I   .       I     Ml II "■'. I"'".'  " '
Following Unes of Leather Goods
IN SUCH UNLIMITED A880ETMENT THAT WE ABB
IN A POSITION TO 8UPPI.Y THE NEEDS f)F
EVBBY INDJVIDUAIi WITH ;
LADIES' HANDBAGS of flnt serviceable stock, mado up into the '
neat fashions of tbe day. Tbese linos are made from tbe
best seal, goat seal, walrus and tapir skins. Wo wish to impress yon with the fact tbat tbese baas are tit, newest tbing
in thia lino on tha market, the designs being the neatest tbat
bave yet beeu presented to tbe ladies of Vancouver.
FUBSB8, OABD OASES, POCKET OASES and WALLETS of every
design, made from leathers whlph assure durability aud years
of service.
FITTED TOILBT OASES for either ladles or gentlemen, which are
paitlciilarly conveuleut for travelling.
TRAVELLING BAGS aud SUIT OASES, made from well finished
walrus, seal, alligator, pigskin and other high grade leathers,
which defy the rough usago of thousands of miles of travel.
We can lit these bags with complete toilet outfit': lu Birks"
Parisian Ivory, ebony or sterllug silver.
Henry Birks & Sons, Ltd.
JEWELEBS,  SILVBBBMITHS, WATCHMAKERS.
George E. Trorey, Managing Director
Hasting! and Granville Street!   -   -   Vancouver, B. C.
HOUSES to RENT
We have a number of excellent houses
to rent, of different sizes and rents
varying from $12.00 to $35.00
The Burrard Development Company Limited.
(Successors to Kldcr Murruy i'uinpany Limited)
' Broken li Lonsdale Pbone 87
North Vancouver Conservative Association
A SPECIAL MEETING
will be held in the Club Rooms,
Aberdeen Block, TUESDAY,
July 23rd, at 8 o'clock p.m.
A large turnout of Members
,j$ requested.
*&\ SHEPHERD,
\        Secretary
^
NORTH VANCOUVER
Coal & Supply Co. Ltd.
DEALERS IN
Coal, Brick, Lime, Gravel, Sand, PUter,
Cement, Lath, Sewer Pipes, and
General Builders' Supplies
Wharf: M oi &• Gw»'i Ave.   Phone 178.
Office: 56 Lonidale Avenue.   Phone |98.
MMMMnMaaaw
Photography for Amatepi
By Reflw
i
PEVEIiOPMENT
We bavp seen now |iow tbe oxjiosuru
(pr our lint negative should be uiudu
and nuw ium ceil |p (lie lipid important
step in the proooai of picture inukiug.
That Is, developing the negative, which
must be done in the dark room.
U't us (or the present leave out the
i|iii-nliuii of innk development, whieh
iciilly ciiIIh (or nu particular skill. It
is well tu knuw thu process of develop
iniint even il' the tuuk mcthud is after-
wurds udoptud.
The. durk ruoiu must bo perfectly
light light. Nut a single ray of light
must penetrate or ull our wurk is ill
in. A durk ruum eau lie eusily -made
willi comparatively smull uutluy if one
ures tu gu tu Hie truuhli: involved. K
not, au existing ruum cun very eusily
lie udupleil. It shuuld l»: ruumy enuugh
lu allow ul' perfect I'reeduiu aud the
arrangements shuuld he uunle lo have
verylliiug handy and within reach.
It' u tup uml sink cun In: iirriingi'il su
much llie hotter,
It is well lu have wuler bandy und a
guud method is iu huve u svlipou ur
raugeiueiit, ur failing either lap ur
-n \ j .li iii] a bucket cun In: used.
Twu ilislius ure Vecssury (three are
belter), une for developer, one fur
"hypo," the ihini for wuler. Bottles
I'ur ull cliemiculs lm.il,i he gluss slup
pered. A duster ur towel should In: bung
un. tin: wull. ^
All liglil shuuld lie siiut uut except
for a pane uf ruliy gluss if daylight Is
lu lie used. If artificial light, a dark
iniiin lump must he used.
A small table »r u shelf should he
fixed ui u convenient height uml
shelves arranged lu hold  hollies, elc.
The sketch below will convey lhe
i.lca  exactly.
be takeu (rom the dark room and waib
od. Hold it up to tbe light aud notice
tho quality of tbe color,' wbicb nli,ml,I
be bright aud crisp. Should it be fogged
it will appear dull aod without auy de
tail. Wn-iii lu running water (or at
least au hour to eliminate all tbe bypu
and then place iu auy place free from
dust to dry. Tbe negative should be
placed on its edge, with the llllll side
inwards aud plouty uf room for a free'
circulation of air.
Of all the processes ill photography
nothing la in (ascinating as the development uf tbo plates. Tbere is a pleasure lu obtaiuiug a good result which
is worth all ihe truuble involved, and
us the operation is uut diHlcult il
shuuld he thoroughly enjoyed by tbu
enthusiast, ,
Next week we will cousider tbo aub
ject of printing, lu the meantime,
there must he many wbo are puixlud iu
iiiiiun.-. ways ami to all such uu Invitation ' - extended to send iu ipiestious ur
prints for criticism.
HON.  F.  COOHEANE UNABLE  TO
MAKE   STATEMENT   ON
BAILWAY SITUATION
(Continued From Page One.)
Icmptiug to do it this yeur, so fur nn
tbe wurk uf my department is concerned, uud' I have heeu un the move neur
l.v ull llie time since the lirsl of Muv.
I started down over the old Intercolonial, and lei me tell yuu thut although
that is a lovely eciulry, perhaps i:i
nmiie respects ei|ual tu yuur great runil
try here, yet uot by auy menus u.-
plcusunt u trip as this Western one,
"Vuur guud muyur hus asked me lu
express au opinion us lu whut will It
dune in reference lu the ruute mup in
which yuur cily is au much interested.
All I ,-un say is I wuuld like tu see ull
harliurs, nu matter whether ut Van, uu
er ur any uther seaport iu Ihis greul
uuulry, cuiitrulled liy un iiiilepenilenl
body.
"The great mistake thai our prcilc
ssurs have made in the development
uf uur luul.,im is the duiug uf it piece
meal, instead uf working tu sume bruud
ii,I   cuiiiprehensive   plau.    Now,  Ihe
scheme which has heeu placed before
nu- today is guod, will he good for yeurs
to come, bul how lung would il be ude
,(ii.ih i   If lhe I'm,mini liiinil  which we
I,mi su much aliuut today, is guing lu
3
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Tlie Canadian Bank
of Commerce-
IS   EDMUND   WALKEB, O.V.O. LL.D. D.O.L. Btosldeut
JOHN A»P, ALEXANDBB LAIBP,
Aart. Qeueral Manager. General Manager.
Capital $15,000,000   Best $12,500,0110
Temporary quarters  of  the North Vancouver Branch.
'   Esplanade West, near Lonsdale Avenue.
A General Banking Business Transacted
Interest paid on Savings Bank Deposits of One Dollar and
upwards.   Withdrawals may be made at any lime.
I. A. FOBSTEB  Manager.
du su much fur the I'ueilie liuaat— ami
I, fur uue, Ihiuk il is-llie time will
come when two, or three, or four cor
I'lHiiiniii sliuiilil uot own a hurliur uf
this size ami magnitude, uiul the tiuu!
is ruining, and uu Joubl will suuu ar
rive, when nut uuly Ihe nurlh shure I.ui
the suuth shure here will lie required
lur hurliur purpuses ami developed lu
the fullest extent.
"Nuw, I am not in u pusitiuu to say
whul will he done un lliut ruute mup up-
jili,uiiuii, because I occupy u pusitiuu
iu these matters closely allied lo that
uf u judge, uud nliuulil not express un
opinion In-lTire liulh parties have pre
seilled. Ibeir case. Huwever, I have nu
hesitation iu saying lliul il is ihe
pulley uf the gui eminent tu protect
municipalities us uguinst the curpuru
liuiis, ami While llie l\ I'. II. lius doue
u greul deal fur tins country - iu fact,
Hie 'buildiug uf Ihc ruud nun tlie inul.
ug uf il lu a greul client yet lhe
peuple sliuiilil In- protected iu these unit
ters.
' fn cuiii-lusion, muv I express Hie
hope Ihul yuu will be visited also by my
,-ull,ugu,-n i.'luser aei|uaiiilaui'i' wilh
your pud,I. u.n will greatly ussisl in lhe
development uf Ihis greul cuunlry. One
uf llie speakers u little while ugu used
Ihe expression,'For Cauada.' I liked
lliul. We ure ull 'une uud united in
lbc desire lu develop our cuunlry us il
deserves, kuowing uu lul end nu West
iu tin: development uf the heritage Ihut
I'nn nlence hus blessed us wilb.'''
wuys' speech lhe mayor culled upun
Mr. II. II. Stcveus, iM. l'„ who, how '
ever, refrained from mukiug any ex
tended remurks owing to the lateness
of Hie hour uiiii Ihc fuel Hint a goudly
um,.uni uf gruuiul still remained In be
covered by the visiters.
Mr. P. Larsun, replying tu a tuasl,
deiiuuiu-eil lhe idea, apparently enter
tuined iu some circles, thul the nurth
shure wanted the whole universe. The
people here only sought consideration
uml ruilruuds.
. The party then proceeded by autu
mobile lu West Vancouver, crossing tbu
Inlet frum llullyliuru hy means uf the
municipality'('Newly acquired ferry.
AI Ihc do
ul Ihc minister uf rail
WHAT EVERYBODY KNOWS
That iu giving Hie devil his dug yuu
are liable tu give yourself away,
Thut suiiii|peuple huve a great ileal uf
sense when uu emergency is past, un.l it
is luu lute lu use it.
Thul it is uul llie largest duster Hist
proclaims lln- cleuncsl maid.
Thul money is not exactly u religious
article till it lias a denomination of ils
uwn.
Thul when u luun is I,unci iu rcllec
liuu, it is uul necessarily of u grave description.
Thni inuny people never cun tell whsl
Ihey think uf aliythiug until Ihey see
I'bul tlie papers huve lu tat' uliuul ll
That when u man buys a puruus
piaster he generally sticks lu Ins hur
gum - Critic.
fluff **** ^""n
Tuu much emphasis caunot   in- lui,I
keeping die ruum absolutely Jail.
IJu\iug completed ull  ilie  necessury
arrangements, wc can nuw proceed lu
leveliip Hie plate    Any formula muy he I
used, according lu fumy.   I'yroaoda isi
probably tin: most used, uiul is always
reliable.   Meiul, ur M. If us il is called,
is alsu in cummiin use, hul is slower iui
action Ihun pyrosoila.   Each dereluper.
has ils uwn purliculur peculiarity uud I
musl lie iiiiilersluiiil.   lie! lu knuw what
lo expecl  uii'l lu lunk fur.    I'yru suda .
Js quick hi ui-liuii and readily ditu-ulors|
or oxydizes.   ll shouhl always be used
fresh uud uul twice uver ur stums ure
likely tu fulluw.    Iiisiructiuns fur mix '.
ing ure given with each package.    I'sc
il  weaker lhan the formulu.    il  lakes
lunger lo develop, hul  by lhe use ul  u
weak developer u sutler negative is uh
luined.
Having placed the plule hi Hie dish,
puur Ihe developer quickly mer, being
sore lu cover the plate ull over, and
rock the 'dish to keep bubbles from
forming. These will conic out iu holes
ur while spots which will print black
Wulcli fur Ihc image tu appear, wu-di
shuuhl uul he rapid, liul iu frum in tu
Dl) seconds. If quicker, il will nlnu. i
be sure lo he owing lu over oxpueurc.
' Hetl iillljiliii ul is complete when lhe
image afler appearing quite clear grad
uully fades away until il is aJuiust lusl.
This is where a weak developer corneal
in. There is more .control over Ihcj
action. A good guide is Id cuuu! the
number uf seconds from the commence
ment to the time the llrsl faint image
iippi-uM and multiply by live. Suppose!
the image is seeu, say in ID seconds, I
multiplied by live gives :'uu seconds fur
confplete development. Many photographer* judge by turning tin- (date over
uud when tbey see tbe image through
ou tho buck of Ibe plate ceusc develop-
iug This is uot always lo be relied
upun, however. Developing becumca
a "knack," and by constant practice
It will soou become quite easy.
As soou as it is decided to cease development tbe negative should be
placed in the dish containing water aud
rinsed; then transfer it lo the fixing
imi h or k.i im It ibould be left in tbii
for at leasl leu minutes until fixation
is complete. Do not take it out until
all the creamy culor bae quite disup
peered.   After fixing tbe negative can
North Vancouver City
Corners on Boulevard Extension
ST. GEORGE'S
Lot I, Block 2I7A, D. L. 546 (67x114 fed)    $1,800
24th STREET
Us 4 and 5, Block 2 HA. D. L'l. 544 and 545 $2,100
District Lot 265
Uu 17, 18 and 25, Block 12, each $2,500 net
For terms, Maps, etc., apply to
The North   Vancouver Land and  '
Improvement Company  '
Limited Liability
North Vancouver Agents for •     •
.LONDON AND BRITISH NORTH AMERICA CO.
Limited
543 PENDER STREET. VANCOUVER, B. C.
Phone Seymour 6286
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THE EXPREMNORTHVANCOUyER, B.C., FRIDAY, JULY 19, )9I2.
L
THE   EXPRESS
HOBTH VAWOUVW BWTWH OQMJKJU
Publiibeil Tuesdayi and Fridays by North Shore 1'ress, I.liuitud,
HBO, It. MOBUEN, BHITOB AND MANAGER.
BatM of Subscription i—One year, $1.00.   Bli montbi, QOo.   Tbree monthi, Ate.
United Btalea ami foreign, tIMlQ por year.
Advertising BaUa WU) Ba Quoted on Application.
Meeting,
. . Tnuni
tlee, Friday, I p. ill
Club,
fyedriiida'y,   I   p. in,    Boyi'
Tlday, 7:80 p.m.   Choir Prac-
i may, i p. ir).   fl. Vail ¥utyiter,
M. A., pallor.
• sivmi vAi.inv
Usibodlil    tikHrak—Woralilp,    Sui
dayi, 11 a.m. and 7:00 ji. in.   Bundii
gpfiQol,    1; li,    |i. in
Fakeley.
J p. IP.   .
Puator,   (lev.
Tbe Kipress is devoted to tbe intereiti of tbe North Shore of Burrard Inlet
eieliisivoly. It euustitutea au advertising medium of exceptional value for
reaching in a thorough and effective manner tbe population of Nortb Vancouver
City and District, Every effort ii uiaile to give advertisers tbe moit satisfactory
•ervice.
All cbaugea lu eoutraet uilvurtisouioiits should be in tbe printers' hands nut
later than 10 a. m. Monday and fi p. in. Wednesday to euaure imertioii iu the
following Iuue.
I
.Jlllf IB, llllll
Sfortb Vancouver, B. 0..
THE MINISTER OF BAILWAYS AND
NOBTH BHOBB PBOBLEMS
The properly owners on  Ihe  North
Bhore .aiiiioi Imi highly appreciate the
i-uorlesy of Hun. I Tuul, ITichruue, Mill
liter uf Railways, in relinquishing prac
licjjllv uue full duy uf Ills stuy in the
province fur u vlail tu this side of the
inlet and lhe consideration ul' mutters
ul Importance cuimecteil llierewilh
which pertain lo'his department nf the
government.       '\
The trip up lhe Nurlh Arm ami lu
llm silu of Second Narrows bridge, lu
gellicr with Ihc automobile lolir llirough
i-ily uu,I dlslrlcl wlneli followed, afforded lhe minister nn eteollenl oppor
llliiily In guin ul lirsl hund, iiifcirmii
tiuu with reference tu Norlli Hhurc mul
lers, su Ihul iu future . will ileal there
with,  mil   frnm  hea nay  Imt  frum  u
.ii.i.i;.   point gained by persuiuil  in
sped iuu ut' ilu- In,uiii ii-s invoke,I.
Tin udiaiitages winch muv let-rue Iu
ilu  Wili Hlmre frum the viiil of ilu-
niilii.-ler wer >l made su uppuri-ul un
>l Inel I.i cm Imped lllc) Wuuld he, lull
ll nihil l.n llic ..inc. it In cerlllillll Unl
due I'i uu) hu I, nf williiigui'SS llpnli- his
purt tu give tin- closest attention fn
Hinders uf Imui  import.    During  lhe
furence inliniule the fuel lhat if lliere
is any lulling duwu of the bars wilh
reference to the .I iiniiiii, imposed in
Ihe matter of Ihu ruute map il will he
as ii remit uf a request thai such he
done upou lhe part of the Municipal!
ties concerned uud mil because ul' uny
wish upun Hie purl uf the Minister uf
Kuilwuys tu favor lhe corporations iu
uny undue sense. It would appear lliul
il is for municipalities to make the next
IIIUVI'.
NOBTH VANCOUVEB DIBTBIOT
MONEY BYLAWS
In giving expreaiiou during last
nigbl 'a session uf Ihu eouueil uf the
llisi rid nf Nurth Vancouver to his
jj nil i li. a 11 ,iii ul llie ratification hy llie
ratepayers uf ull the bylaws submitted
In liiein ou -ui'.i.i,. lasl, lleeve Muy
lias accurately mloild the practically
unanimous sentiment uf the property
ownera uf tim diitrict of which he is
Hie chief ..... , nui The ratepayers
of the District of Norlh Vuncouver
I whelher of lhe duys when the whule
Nortli Hliure wus u single municipality,
ur under lulor coudilioiia) have ever
idiowii themselves must lenterprisliig
mnl progressive in municipal matters,
I'mslnlerluu ilmruliWorahip. Sim
daya, It a, m. afid 7 p, m Sonde;
Bohnul, liis p. in. Pallor, flev. A. Man
Aulay.
It, Plmml'l,
11 a.m,   Sunday
&".»•
11*1—Mallns,
lool 3.31) pin. Even-
•ony HO p.m. Duly Uoininunloii seeiim.
Sunday In mnnln-at ll.DD nni. iVi'mui
.1. Tip) npaop III eborH'
vm aa via-.
ixpehiinci:
water trip'and lhe land trip, the minis uud Hie result,! uf Huturduy's voting
iei was doubtless given a greal Teal of clearly   demonstrate   Ihut   the   voters
information iu a conversational way by nun; by no nieuns fursulicii lhe besl
in.In i.iiiul members of Hie parlies in traditions  of  the  districl   in  Ihis  ru
alien,lame, llie p-sull uf which will lie iiinT     The vole pulled on the hyluivs
niU'le'appari'Ul in future developments further miliifesls a spirit uf gratifying
ll dues seem, liuiveier, that a inure cl' unil) tliruugliuul tin- different sectiuns
lii Iiii' preseiituliiiu of llle requirements uf llie district.
ni  lm   Nurtli Hliure might   lune  been The vulu pulled uguinsl  Ihe several
a. i ,mi|,linlie.|   lm.1   u   strictly   business' bylaws was in uu iustaiiee uuy larger
Minlcicini  I, in,lulled l,elWen Hie than is usually the case when muney
minister und  tin   mum ils  of  tin-  "  | bylaws uie li.TT.r,. ilie ratepayers, ami
sjn-etiie   Nurlli   Hlmre   municipalities, ul lln- same lime Ihul   vute was veri
'thm, in la.I. ium tin- oiTVne which lhe iiiipurliully   distributed   Ihriiughoiil   all
geiieiul  piildn   understood   was  lu  I,e ifie polling boulhs, liiiin clearly deinuii
lull,iin,1 ami  Irum  which laugihle re struluig Ihc utter abseuee uf sui-tiuiiui
Thidi Mama
. Demon*
Copvhiuiitu Ae.
Anruul lillitlnjl I lliolcti uiul ili'niili,linn nitr
qlllollf aiimilulii nur ii|iln|,,ii fine wlmilnir sn
Iiiiinii,il li |iriilnl,lr iiiiiuiii.iiiiii f iiunlca.
iliiiuiiiloilrcoiiSifsiiiliil. IlilllllllliOK iiiil'mauli
isiitliss. OldsJI sgoiicr Iiir iiniiiii,ii jniimiti.
ralsuti litvn lliruuiili Ilium A IJl. immln
ifiulil iiuiiii, nil tinut iilmmo, In loi
Scientific America!,
A tuidioniflf llliutr»i*j) wNklr Ui^n di%
iDlfctioii uf tny iiiciilltii! joutimi.   Tuiidi fot
Ciiiml*, M Tl A ytW, iru*U<J< IiiojmU. iSold bf
•Jl iw**vlt*K't*.
"   gaeibf.idM,,
cu, fa V Ht. Wuliibdloii'
WE HAVE
MOVED
to larger pramiaea on Eiplauada, so
Don't Forget
THE ACME FISH AND
POULTRY MARKET
FRESH, BALTED AND SMOKED
FISH
Oysters, Clams and Shelllish in Season
Ice Supplied  at Shortest Notice and
Bight Price
Prompt Deliveries, 10; 30 and 3:30
Telephone 3711
'Jim  Lonadale Ave., North Vancouver
Vancouver Business Directory
BUSINESS COLLEGES
.-uiin nl il helpful n.l I ui, were ullll
i ipaie.l 'I'lu- ulli, ul submissiuii nf dulu
uiv llu municipal hiiiihtIs llius assem
bled tu ■,inlel llllli llie minister; llnul,I
ijiiiniulli lui\e priiiin ininli inure ef
feiliie Iiiiiii inturmntiiiii impurled hi ji
P a, nil iuu llirough luniersalioo Willi
iii.lii i.tuiilin ninl uunl.I have been inu. i,
ii.un likely lu .-all Imiii some delimit'
j.i..luun,,. in, nin iii iiii iiilicial nan Ijijiii
tin- iiniiinl.T liimsi-ll
In  ll„   , „.,l.,   ul    hn.    speech    .ill. r
llllllll.nil III. Mllil.nlel ul If ill I ll .1) n
made   nlalemeiiln   111   III    llilnl    lliu   III
ntuii'i]. nin. Ii dearly  imlii-ule llie pul
I. )  "I III.- guven,ineiil  ill tile IlllporlUIII
purl" nulls with uliuli lie wus dealing
1,1   the linn-.
Till M-l ii.m Willi referenee lu llie
plopuie.1 I,,, Iiijiiii, ni of Hnriuid I11I1T
us a iisliuiiul purl The lemarlTn ul Ihc
1111111,1,r mude clear lhe I*'- Unit Ihe
pull, i ul III, g.,,i iiiiiii nl uiiii l. fer
in,,  i,, i iiiis'lniii narbors eoiileiiiplali'ii
linn .leielopllll-lll uiid e,|llipliieiil oil n
lurge in..I < ujiiprelienslie stale, Ml. Ii Un
will plan lii,- I Iiiiii iiiiiii, ii, tin- lore
mosl ranks uf marine "iiiolrii's in this
utui j.uilj, ulur Whether it wus su in
I,-iei, I ,,r mil. tin- iiiuiii, i In winch Mr.
i ,1' Iiiiiii.- i-Apriised himself uppeared
I,i iniiiliiiilnrili .nine) thii iinpriisiou
Ibal us lui llurruid Inlet, lhe first de
irlilplliriili    Would    luke   place   on    tin'
North nlmrr The sluleuienls nf lue
Milnslfi of'lllnlways loincide with the
uli.nin,,n wln.li have been made from
lime in Inne l,y liun. K. I). Monk, Mm
liter uf I'ublii Works, whu staled on
lbe ii.u.i ol the House ilmi I'auadi
oughl lu in- prepared lu spend one hun
dre,I million dullurs upon her great
I'url. Mi Monk during li brief Wetl
em lour Ficeiilly del lured thai the
purls un Hie great lakes tre u quarter
.it a , cut ui) behind lue limes. All nf
^ftlnili gui < tu show that the heads ul
"iri'se i»u bu,ling departments of the
g0ieminent sre in full accord willi ref
, i-riTn,- lu Hie deielopuienl uf the liar
hnrti i»f1 he Dominion. A great deal of
interest will be'attached to the ap
pruailiing lisil of Hie Minister uf I'ul)
He Works In Hurrard Inlet.
The second signilii-uii! utterance of
Hie Miniiler of lta)lweys was lu the
i-ITi-cl lliul wherever the niiei.ntn of
lb« people uid Jhejuleresls of the cor
poraliiiiis might mine inlu couAit't, il
would be lhe policy of lhe government
It) protect Hie interests of the people as
against the corporations, ttpoken, as
Ih,-..- words were in din-el relation te
Ibe approval of llif route map of the
c. p. H on the North Bhore, tbey lu
dum. the desire of Hie Department of
Itailways lo comply W far ut possible
Witb tie '1 "ires of the 'inuuii-ipalitivi
with reference tbeiele, aad by fair iu-
inrlueiieu iu uny form.
The ratepayers ui Hie Ilistricl ol
Nurlh Vancuu ver ure lu he ,,nigral u
luted not only upon Ibeir unfailing
progreisiveness hut likewise upun the
splendid spirit uf unity, liy means nl
winch all portions uf lliul large dis
Imi ure pulling together, with hourly
gun,I will, I'or tiie welfare and advance
nienl uf the wiiole.
ShM's Gune
boicklv aropa couoMa, cuaaa coma,
HUM TM THROaT *M> UINQI. 81 OIM1I
CHURCH NOTICES
NIlHTII   VAMIIIVInH
II. (,,,!..,.-. r,.»i,ji. ,i„„ ii,,,,,i,,
Iiiltli lluud Ufivlces; ;.],,, i.n,, jiijj,
t-vt-lillig. 7 30 Aliull Ull,lt. ''luss, l'l TO
N'lluls)- Heliuul. Lit Y. 1' « l', H. Tins
Jay, ol I p in i i.,,, i Met'lliig. Weil
iics'lsy. nl | j, ,„ c|,u|, r,u,ij,,
11 I'lu). al t p III   llev   I,, i   ,i,i  :.l .. I. ...
Minliltr
M.m.iiii.i  ism.'ii
nni til   Ucl*
Corner   ul   SI xtli
Sllliilll)  Hu vl.es.  11.00
a iu uml Iill) i in gondii) .--. i.„,T und
Wide Class, iimo pm Keillor league,
Mouilay, II p m I'loier ami I'rulst
Service. Weilllesilu), I y m ) iu,,.,
I'",i.i" Tliursdu) afternoon ol .i in
Pallor, W. O. gehlllcher
ll Attea1 i inn.i, I'miiir Twelfth
and |i,..,i, i,u,i Sunduy Services
M'iitiIiik I'luyt'i, II u in .- „i„i.
School ll JO p. in , KveiiliiM Prayer, 7.10
I. ui JJ"i., Communion, rlist and ililrit
■■■•,i-i....- In mm,Hi al 11 a mi ,.....,,,
Sunday In niunili. s a in Hev Samuel
rea, II. A . Vlear.
Nalmiluu Aim, Lonidale Avenue
Sunday lervlces. Iluu a m , 3 u m and
lilt p in Tuelduy, s j, in ; Tlioildni
« I' iu    c||||,Iifir» Serviue, Wednesdiii
I |i. in.
ii.iiii.i ikurek Twelfth and si
tloorge Service! al 11 „ m u,„j ,■;(,
|i in    Sunday School and  liji,|.. Cluss
II 8:80 p m Prayer and Pralie Bervlce
Wednesday nl t p. in Pallor, Hev A
J  It ..,-.-..   Tw.uiii um) Hi  Oeorge.
If, lata Ikt KvamtlM, ttlgblh uii'l
I lilrleenlb Holy Cuinmunlon, I a. in
Morning Prayer, II a.m Kveulnn
it.,,..   7:19 I. ,1,    On lhe Aril Sundav
In llie uionlli Ihere  will |,e u m n.i
lelelu-ailon ul tiie Holy Coiiiiiiunlon
ul II a. in.   Rector, Kev. Hugh Hunger
•l, lilniu.*'. Cilkvlle Ikurel, Slxili
sod Mahon Avenue. Sunduy lliul,
Maw und Sermon, ID a.m. Sunday
School. Jjie |i. in. lloinry and Bene
diction, Till p.m. Friday-Low Muss,
I a.m. J1.,
t). M. I.
..'""*" flathalle i kurek ul ai. I'aul'i
Muss, 7:80 a. m. Sondayi
F-   reytuvlu.li U ).
• kil.il.u    litnn   -     "Klinlii'i-Hiy,"
' i,'.,i, ill,M Avenue Ihulwaon i'our-
i.H.in and Fifteenth ilreeli). Sunday
Seivl.es at II ii iii Testimony Meel-
IliK. Widueiduy, 1:00 n in.
MIRTH   I.IINSIIAIIn
ai.   Tkvau -t  u.in,  evory Suuduv
•■"'.l'l    liisl    Nun,In)    In    innnll,        1.10
a. iii   firsl Sunday In month    II a in
Malllil, T/lluny and Sol'lnoi), nimutl ulnl
four III Sunday.  'Holy Communion uiul
Serlnnn. firsl unl third Sunday!. Vlear,
llev. T. R Kowe,
SI'HOi I SHAW  Buiineai College
Ub Huatiniis St. W.
Canada'! Greateit Weilern School
K. J. Sprott, H.A., - -MaiiaKii
HAT OLEANINO
Ladies' and Gent's Hats
CLEANED AND BLOCKED
iTiiiulinc.n,   Huir   ilrgids,   Hlrnws,
Dealers and   fells
I'uiiiimas  Cleaned,  llloeked and Trim
lut'd ''[....i lu new.   Posiliiuly
nu acids used   o
e
THE STETS HAT WORKS
Next Lubur Temple, Vancouver, B   C
till DUNSMUIR STBEET
lhat wheu you do papering Ihia
year that we are still here wilh a
far heller line at much better prices
W.H.Stoney&Go.
Ill Kspliinadu Wesl. l'hono Hll
(mnl lo Pallerson, Uuldiu A Clark)
MITII IT
NOTICK lu liereliy given lliul llie
liniiid ut valiiaiiiis lu consider claims
i'ur ilull. actually perfurmed ami ma
1,'lTalB lllliplied 111 ,'Mlilic, ll,n, wlill lllc
euliatructlon ul tin.- Miilwuy . Vcriiun
Itailwuy will furtber consider all such
claims as liave heen duly llli-ii und verl-
licl
Auy claims which lluve nut alicid)
been su liled uml verUltd liy ilaliiluj-)
,ic Iliiiili,ill in ullieiwlse sll,ml,I lie
llled Willi llle llll,lei slumd Willi,nil lie
lui.
Tiic ti,iiiiii will consider nil clulins
fur uetuul j.liysleul Wolll |,it lui nii-,1
ami n""'ls ami iimterluli sirpplled lu
cuiiiic-.Tluti willi Hi, sin v, .iiiiii luealliiH
ui' ■ i ..,..,,.. uf ,,,,., uf way between
lluili I'leill ami Vein,,l<
11   !•'   Ultt'lKN,
Seeielury   fur  Hie  H„,nJ
Adilreaa llux ill. Vlclorlu, ll ti
HEAL ESTATE
Yorkshire Guarantee & Securiliei
Corporation, Limited
d.|o iSiyiiiuiir Slreet   '
KKAI, liSTATlt
I,ANI) ANI) MOKTGAGE
INVKiSTMI.N'l
PlSTATI'iS   MANAGI'il)
FIH'K IN.SUUANCR
H. Keir Houlgale - - - Munu((ei
ll lll.ll   MITII In
POr   n   ll.niu    lu   Slure   ur   I'l-U   Dick
U.l.r
NuTli'K Is  liereliy   kIvoii   Ihul   Tin
.llunl, nullity   ul   West   VullcuiiViT   uill
Spill)   lilt  u license tu Slure III' nell li.icl,
1000 ucre-feel uf wulei  fiuiu lliii'lmii
uiii    Creek,    li    IlleUIII    llnilllls    in    a
iiiiii aslei ly   .ii,..ii..    und   elu|il)llin
in unci, Uuy mui  it. ii  i ...     111.
lintel Will he Stilled ill a lesellull nl
. . . . i,|.i,,Tl, lu lie Iiulil .11
I In 0 mites Iiuiu lliuulh. ulnl will lie
use-it lur dnliiesli, liurpuses an uililiur
lud iiuiiii a in ill, e ul n|,ell. ..liuu f.u
a licence lu take ulld use Watel. |itisleil
In in-uilli i,i, lln. lunil ileaiTllied ,m Tin
l.n i, a ul West Vaneuuvei
Tills nutlce wus | ....I. .I nil tfle gruillnl
in Hi. bill .lai uf .1,111,- Wl Tin a|i
,li,.,H.,n will Iii, llled III llle uill,, „l
III. Walei He. inilel al New Wcsln.lll
Sill
ui.l- ii- I., mui In ut,,I mui il». sniii
Wutci Recorder ■ . willi the fuiiniirul
In nl Wuler in.-In ■ I'.n Ilium in liuilil
lims. Vl.-lnila   ti' c
THE MI'NIi'll'Al.lTV "ti Vititil
» VANi'OI'VKH
A|,|,ll..,lil
Ti 1 Hy Tims   H   l.ii.tun   Ajitn
sy— Low Mi
Rev.   J   A.  Hului.i,
. Jul'
I,   Pailur, It.
BBBTAUHANTS
All Nnrlh Vancouver people til at
LEONARDS'
Kit her I'luii lllock nr llusllngs .St.,
opposite the new pust office, Uunard
sells bii lea In Ibe pnuml
N. V. WOODYARD
10,000 corda of dry lir wood for guick
•ale. Price per odd corda, 11.76. Spe
clal quotations for larger quautlUw.
Out Wood, 16 Inches, $3,116. 12 Inches
um c. o. d.
Office and Yard—Mill and I/midair
Phone 190.     P. 0. Boa 2432.  I
JOB=
PRINTING
f
AT THE
EXPRESS
ttVITnll   MITII i:
Vul   I   I.lei-use   lu    let-,    ,,,,'t   I nt
Haler
NilTH'K Is I.emI,;, uiv, ii ilml Tin
Mmilcipulli)  .,f West Vaiuuuvei   uin
,i|inli   lui  a license In lake un,|  un,   10
, if ,. fi et |,,| Seeiillil nf lintel mil ul
l.ilWSiltl I'reek. Wlil.il lliiW'H ill a S<llllll
clll  ilill - Ilull   lllll,Usll   Wesl   VilllcullVel
ntul   . iniiili s   lliin   Knnllsli   Ii.i!   Hen
llully Iiiiiii     'I'll'   W'll,I   ulli In- dive I
al   I  lu 3 miles fiuifl n.;"iili   .imi  uill
lie Ilsell lul dulilesth-. IlllSpum t' llll lie
luliii lies, I Hied ns Til. Millil.Timlll > ul
W.sl   Vuncoover lm,
Tills nuilce line i-iisl.il uli lliiniruillul
iiii Hi. Cili iiiii nl June lilt Tin .ii-
lTi.uiiuii   lllll   lie   ntul   III   ill'   ulli".   ul
ti,   will,!   Heeorder III   New   WeSlmln
I.l.  O   ''
Ul'leiTliiliS lll.ll   In    llleil   Willi  till   l< Il.l
Wuh i   Hn unlet  Ul   with llie f'oini I
ler uf Walei  l,ir in.    I'.iillaiiKiil Pullil
Inns.  Vh tm In   fi   c
THK MI'NICIPAI.ITV  "F  WKST
VANt'OHVEH
Alildlciiiil
Il-T Bi Tiiomil II  l.liiinii   Ai.nl
Hillli   MITII F.
fat t  l.leruse  lo Tekr tut  I se
Waler
NOTICK lu hcidii given Ihul lhe
Muiiielnulli) of Well Vancouver will
aniily Im a ll> ence lo luki' ami use 10
cubic fed |.tl n, iuli'1 ol walei nut ul
M.u Inn, •i-l Creek, will, li ll- .■. In a
.,,,'iu ... i, ii . dlrecllon Huuuiili ^ot
Vaneniivi-i .md empflei Inlo Kngllsi
Hav mul llollyburn The wulel will
be dlveiTi'd from I In i miles fimn
niunili and will lie used lur dull" sit.
Iitiruiiies nn Cn- IiiiiiI d, Helloed as llic
Mlllllellialll)    Ut   West    Vulieuuvei
Thll nolice wus ousted no lln- «i»	
nil Hu, Clll day nt June. lUlU    'Ihull, allun   will   be   filed   In   Mil
llie Wuler Reciinler ul New Westinln
Outcclliiiii inu) In- Hied wlib Un- iild
Wuler Heeiildel or wllh llie I'.ililiTiuj
fer uf Wuler Rluhls, I'arllaiiieiil liuilil
llilis. Vlelorll. B  C
THK MI'NICII'AUTV UF WKHT
VANCDl'VKH,
A|i|illi ml
j|.7 By Thus. It  l.lniun  Am-nl
Tbi i.|.
util I
TENNIS GOODS OF ALL KINDS
Our Shipment of Prosser
Racquets is Here
■:•
JOHNSTON & SALSBURY
THE HARDWAREMEN
90 Lonsdale Avenue      Next to P.O.
Buy From the People Who Know Values
C. E. LAWSON A COS SPECIALS
TWELFTH STREET
fiilxliV.   ri. ..ml and close to car.   Pike f.l,i!lifl cash.
D. L. 204
Lull. Ill Block llu at $750 each, on terms of '/, caah, balance
U, 111 and  IB muni li.-,
C. E. LAWSON & CO.
We lennciout Hie  London  it   l,.in..isliiie  Iiiiurancc Ub.    k bound
ii.u.iT i „i,,|,..,.>    U you have ., nyi Inns U) liunue we can do it for you..
Phone 7tl lb Lonsdale Ave. P. O. Box lHHi
Palace Hotel
Second Slreei, North Vancouver, D. C.
INI ST ROOF GARDEN ON PACIFIC COAST
BAND OONOBBT BVEBV BATUBDAY EVENING
RATES:    $2.00 per Jup up.    Spetiul
tales tt, luiuilies und lo regular bourdeis.
REDA tx ANDRUSS
Propilelois
The Commercial Union Assurance
U, Ltd. mmST        PAID $4,250,000
Quickly and piomplly on ui.cuuntuf tbe Ban Fiauthicoealthi|Ualiiiud flic
How ninny Uompaiilci euuld do tbui'l
Ita aaaeti inioiint to Kilh.DtiU.Ubi)
A  uostal will  huni  uur  re|)itienlatlvc
PERCY  KING
Kind.t.i Agent
IH IiOliidali Avenue uid llspilano Usr Tirmliiui
fluuei: Loiudili 167. Uipllmo Ibi
f
Wr solicit lhe Iraile of all builderi who apprerialc
I lii'li Grade Goodi al a moderate pric^ and llie
prornpi and careful filling of orders, wliidi our large
slock and long experience in buiineu makei possible.
Burrard Sash & Door Factory, Ltd.
I'UOT Ol' ST. UliOK(,f; ST. NOflTH VANCOUVI-K
2nd STREET
\
.
.
50 feet in Block 29, District Lot 273, near Ridgway,
for only, $2,850, \-3 Cash; Balance, 6, 12, and
18 months.
■■ ■
MARTINSON & CO.
62 LONSPALE AVENUE     f-o.*>uni  »«• m     NORTH VANCOUVER THE EXPRESS NORTH VANCOUVER, B.C;, FRIDAY, JULY 19, |912.
5
mwmwwmmammtjtwewmwmmmmm
The Seymour Lumber Co.,- Ltd,.
(IN LIQUIDATION)
..
Tli.MllnllS INHTIill I'llll l.llt.l.l.M. Ill,'i'KI'l', IIII.I. I'l.lM, STlMIIMJ
'ITJIIII'lll  AMI N.tlVfli  IUIIII.II,  l-l'IT.
Wo In-r.-li)- Invito tender! tn he aubmltteil to ui for all or any nr lbe
following asieli of the Seymour Lumber Co, l.ld, yli:"
Tbe whule tunning ,11,llll coiulitlna of three duukey engine!, ,.,i.„
etc., ull In genu condition.
The whole factory building und plunl, Including Iwo 1.1.111,1,, one
i.iiet., 1. m, li p. iimiiii. abutting, belling, bullcr fur dry kiln, all now in
u|iel'uilun.
1'Tvu h uuiu ui ,li:iiii:lil liui-iieii. with liiniiciis, wagoill. etc.. uud Iwo
li'uetlon engliiel.
Hul IIvu toll!, liiiiiiuiii and holler, luth-packer and trimmer, lie mu-
eliluo. cubic Idghuu), roauw, bunosuw, GO-h p motor, ull In good eon
■ ii  ul  Ulli BUT.nl mill; ulau u quaintly uf Junk and old Iron.
A t|Utinl|ly of rouuh lumber, ulso u lurge .,as i.i of llled und
.,,.    . ,1 lumber. iiiuiiIiIIjikii und llulslilngi.   Tnis lumber li 'ill i.,|, ,j,i.,l
Ily und enn be luld In uny iiuuullly required
The whole iliiitdliiir llniher un wcsl Imll or 1> I* III which Is .-mi
iiiiii,.',! ul six 11,Illi,.ii foul
il.n 11 llrsl eluss Tuylor aufo tils 12x111 Im-ii un nl.   m, ,   „•:,, ,,n
lllld  ull  ex,:,-II,Til   I i.n ., v. I Typewriter.
A imi invenliiry of tni whole |iliinl und iloeti 1,11,1..1 can be had
,uti iippliiiiiluti nl uur oltliie.
Tender* iu tie uiicuniinuleil liy uiurlTeil .1. i", ii cheouei for leu per
eenl nf pile- offered. T. n.l.i« io he |,„lp,,i wllh oi nul 1.11.1 llu-, -II-
JUlli Inst    Wu slmll nni bo buiiiii. '     eeepi' lhe higlu-sl ur uny -nder.
The Burrard Development Co., Ltd.
AfmltfurrH of Ihr btymuut l-uiulirr lu. Mil.
17 1 ■ lf»i«-   ii.-imr, Norlb Vuu euuver.   I'boiir ;i;.
TO BE LET ON LEASE
ing House or Offices
On the Upper Floor of tho
KNIGHT BLOCK, Eiplanade W^ -   «
NINE BOOMS *»*•
Wide Eutranco aud well lighted Hallway
i'ui' p.-ii 11 iii.n.. apply to
London & British North America Company, limited
(Mahon, McFarland & Procter, 1.1,1 1
613 Fouder Street Weit
(I'lione Beyuiour 6ilBli, Rental Department)
A Holiday
is uover complete without a OAMEBA or BOOK.
The lulest books and the best Flluii, Plates. Papirs, etc.
are to be bad at
J. E. Scouten's Book Store
IN. S. Book and Stationery Company).
Utl Lousdale Aveuue '    PHONB Jul
W ATI-ill   MITT IK
Val  t  Licence  fu  . 1.-1.   or  I'ru   Ilml.
Wellr.'
NllTII'K Is heleli.1 glVell lliul Tin
,1 Mm I1..1III,   iif   Wesl   Vuueniivei   wilt
Will fut il lieeliei.. lu stole ul pell tluclT
0 inn- reel nf wuler frum J.uivsuii
iT'i'il.. ii siri-iiin iluwittn In u suuilieiii
illli 1 Uull .ilni i'iiuii;lltilt Illln IT'iTI.'l.
11.11  mui   lli.lljlniin    Tin-  wafer will
In   sluleil  In  11  lelel Vull   of	
1  .1 ... il-.    Imiii   ut   tu be liuill   ul   I   lu '
jnlbs from the lituutli. ninl will In- used
.ful   liullieSlle   plllliiiSes   Ulliii r   U   nutlce
fnf uiiiillceilon fur 11 Ilience lu lake uml
uui wuter. pnslcd herewith, on ibe lund
iles, ul,, ,1 oi Tin- M1111I1 iimliry ut Wesl
Vum nuvcr.
Tills nulil i- wul polled on Hie ui'nund
..11 lhe Oth tiny of June, III? The
. - i In .liun  will lie tiled In Hie nlhle of
Hn Water fiiiuiilei ut New Weiiiulii
Ni<i-. II P..
ilbjeelloni muy he (led ivlih ihe suid
Wo'er lli-eurdci or wllh the fipuintriil-
lei   nf   Wilier  ItllialS. I'jlTllHJ""1   "u,|d
lliga. Victoria. D •'.
Tlll-i MIJNJi'irAW'l'Y 11F  WKST
VANi'OffVKII.
Applicant
v>J7 Ily Thoi  II   1'ilnluil. Auulil
SONS     OF    ENttUND    BENEFIT
800IBTY
Lodge Woitem Bom, No. WW
Meetings of thii lodge arc held in
tbe Knights of Pythias Hall, corner of
lic»UirIkldJLvewu'.»l).'l te/H. jdreet,
on Ihe Hrst and (bird Fridayi in each
niunili, al i o'clock p. to.
I'unjiiiujiiealiumi «»'l applications for
mcmlirrfliij) lu be addrcised to Harold
Uei, weiettiy, V- 0. hot till. <*«•?•«
I '
Sflir #tunbarb
MONTREAL
THE 8TANDARO la the National
Weekly Newspaper ut lhe Dominion
uf t'unuda. II li national lu all He
niinl.
II uni Ihe moil expeniive engrav-
liiK.m. procuring lbe photograph* from
ull over Ihc world.
III arilelei ore . u. fully selected and
In editorial policy I* iburuughiy
Independent.
A lubierlptlon lo Tbe Standard
emu f2sOO per year to any aldteu In
Canada or <Jreat Hrllain.
TRY IT FOR 19121
Mont/ml Standard  Publiihing U,
Limited, Pobliihiri.
ATENTS
Iii'i',IilVI ;<','. ■■':
Jo all Couuirlei A*k for eur Inventor'! Adviser Marlon A Marlon. Ill
Unlvcrilly Street, eorner 81. Callierlni
Slreet, Montreal, Ciuisdi. and Willi-
Inglon, D. C. lf» A.
SPECIAL     SESSION     TBAN8AOTS
NEOESSABV BUSINESS
STEPS TO HASTEN OAPfUNO WW
LEVEL BBIDOE
At a special meeting of the ilislriet
council nf Weil Vancouver held uu
Tuesday, Couucillur J. ti. MuIIiltu in
■piin-d as In tbo delay iu the .starting
uf -i-i i.ui ii"" uu (he new low level
bridge ou llie Marine Drive uver fnp
ilmm river. The district clerk reported
ibat lie had written to the council nf
the diitrict uf Nortli Veiienuve r J'nr 11,
dale at which lhe Iwu councils might
confer, for tin: purpose of urriiiijiing
details, bul hud not yet received 11
reply. Councillor Milliters entered
strong protest ugainst further didny
in lhe mailer uud the i'lerk was in
strueted tu ivrile again, lo rctpii'sl a
I'uiifereuee,
tin inul lun of Councillor (liul'hiirgcr
the bylaw to extend lhe lime fur pay
ineiil i,f*l:iicn nulil August llllh wus
rend a Drsl uml second time. Inler.
un niiiliuu, the rules were suspended
uml lbe bylaw wus rend 11 third lime
and passed.
Iiinirni clerk I'culic reporl cd lliul
tbe tan notices will ull lie moiled be
fure July  lilill.
The reeve rei|iieslt''l the press lu give
publicity  tu the  I'm I   Ihul  I unci muy
bo puid at the temporary oftlc if the
iiiiini, i|iiluy in Iiiu Mercantile buiid
ing, curner of Cordova and Homer
»treels, Vancouvor. A remittance to
Hiiliyhiirn bi mnil wuuhl likewise be
received. In due' vuuriii, bul nul su
promptly as al Vuncouver, under pres
enl  arrangements.
An architect 'i warrant iu fumr of
Hie eoiitruclor fur Ihc utfW iliunicipal
hall, amounting lu $072.1)11, wus oKlprwl
paid. es
lllslrlel KtiguiiTT Carter iiilnnillcil
u plan showing roud alluvium en ihruugli
district lot iiT, which un inulion was
accepted,
Plaus uf Subdivisiun fur lhe east
um-half and the west une hull' of lot
li. li   I.   Iih, were passed.
i/iiii claim deeds forwarded by Mr
balfour Ker providing fur Hie csehuogt'
uf a secliuu uf Ihe lMuriue tlrivo for a
section uf K i-i I ti mail Ihruugli I). I.
661 were referred lo Hie iliilriel en
gineer iii-i lln- solicitor.
Lynn Valley
Mr J. Kcllus is creeling a linn." un
llunliin.n  ruad
A Chinese laundry is licmji eieiie.l
uu 1 enlre road
Mr Kdwards, liuvul ruad, 1,11 on
T 1. ii., nilh 11 pinspi'i ling parly, ex
peeling to return in two weeks.
ThunipMin * blunt huie l-ulllpleleil
lbe 1 Iiiiln-|. and grilling ul lln liic
Ijik'c ruad in -I from lhe brnlg..' In Unripe I.iin- mad
Ml. 1 '-. All. 11 and launli l.-ll la I
Keck lu juiu Mr. Allen ul Campbell
liner, iiiun liny mil muke Iheir
future re-uii'iice
Mr Win (leriuyn, lue . uiiirin-lur fui
grading lln- Hn, I Til" luu,I eusl lim,,
Ihc hrnlge, expects lo have the work
lumpliTcJ in vi week.
The 1. ium Tlnl. are holding an illuui
mated, felc and .Ian..- 1111 ilic courl.
Allan road, un tin lasl 1*1 citing uf this
lliilllli        Tilll     promises    111    lu-    Millie
lli.ng ul i.n unusual nulure.
in. eiuiulii;.. iiturinou mil a -pi 1 ml
children'i service mil be In 1,1 in Kuos
ilnucli. at which tin- children will ren
iter speciul music The Kev. A. Mm
Auluy mil conduil llie service.
Tbe dcalli occurred on Monduy ei
einiig ul Mm Nc.nliill, Henderson
avenue Mrs. Nesbill reccnlly arrived
Irum Knglund lu join Iter husband uud
three young children, who ure left to
mourn her loss
The ll. c Telephone Cnmpany hu-
lumj'liled lln- eieclluii of poles on
Ihc Lyiui Valley, I'mmine, Centre,
Fredrick and lloran roads und is now
waiting for material fuf wiring. I'clers
uud llowrcuurl roads will be excluded
until the roads arc graded
A tie which might huve caused con
sideruble damage was diseuvered by
Mr. Hennyii and his ruud gang un
having wurk Tuculuy evening near
Ibe lliec larke briilge recently eou
luu I- -i Hy the prompt action i|f the
men Ihe Aft wai soon under coitlrol
and lillle damage wus duun.
Arrangement" buve been made fur
a concert culerlaiuincnl on Wednesday,
Ib* Ullh intt., in Ihe Institute Hull, in
aid of the cricket club ami hulWuiiik
The geuerul feature of the evening will
be boxing, comic, speeches, presciila
lion of cup (wou nn Dominion Day) lo
trustees, recila.tioui»iiugiug limine and
ollierwiic), iee creani, etc. •
iMtGun
'ir,llnil^mmmml"mCmlmSli
Hm*ttm99 l-mwm fW^^ft mt *e7*mtt 9
Humor and
PWJpf ophy
tr VV JVC AM ft. SMITH
MONEY FLIES.
BEFOKE we walk ■« Icstu lo crawl!
Ileluni VI run wo learn lo walk;
lie-ruin we ily wo have lo buy
A rlja llm cunT be bought wltb talk.
On, It ll great In soar »li)fl
And llll ui fur ui une may lookl
Bul e'er yon I'lt'c lu bniit thl iklei
I'nn hive lo dun your pockilbook.
Our notion uf the flyl** isms
WTillc Wrlahls were leaitiliia to Invent
Wai It) he it -1.- ai bli u irid bM
Wllboiil 11 eusiini ui 1 cent.
But will) Ih* volutin ot tbi wingi
Our luminal Impel hive goni to smash.
If wealth |i ligbt. io, too, li flight.
For faiolln* li lold for caab.
Thit imoii like handing It te nin.
Thl bird dou't bavo lo pay a cent.
On priceless wings uli weight hi lllngi
And salts across the continent.
He doesn't cire for patent rlslita.
Inventing Wrlghti te hlm mean less.
Through realuu of ipac* from plice Ir
place
He (Illi by bll own through expreu.'
So If eur hank account ll ihy
Our felt to eirtk are lllll attached.
The rlf for flight lo ui 11 quite
Ai though It never hid been halchtd,
For we could buy a littlo farm
For what in aeroplane would cut,
And farms will not git boxti hot
Or In aura, dlitintaiwunpflt lost
K   N
Took • Chine*.
"How    li   Ibr
judge    1 ..iuu.,
tbe cuinpulgu'i"
"He's   lick
ubed"
"Too    itren
D0UI?"
"No: imokctl
one of bis own
iTllllpal,.li     Clglri
by ml T.il.,-"
N    at
OBBMANV'a BRflABWINNEBS
In Aiuurica uut more tbau li? per
C'Tll.   Qf   llll'    nil,lie    female    pnpulil I lull
|| engaged in gainful oceii|iiiiions, us
ggainit ll l.ll per cent, of lhe mule.
Moreover, evou this 14.3 per cent, becomei atill iiiucli smaller when only tbi)
native whites of ualivu pareutago aru
couiitlered, as the average for the whole
(jpuulry results IT,mi tliu paili' ipaliou
pt the iiogrii ivniiii.-ii.
lu (Jtiriiiiiuy the percentage nf work-
iug mun is tl|i) Bailie as iu America, III.I
per emit., bill the pereculage of work
ing women is Jn. I per cent. Alinuit
in 111111,11,11 women uru lireuilwinnurs in
(ieiTiiuny.
There nro 3,liilll,llllll women engaged
in   iudiislriul   wurk   uml   business,   ns
Dipindid on thi Place.
"Three Is 11 ciowd." observed tin
iiiiiii who jim1 would lay sunicHilin
original even though bo bid lo sirnli
liltnself lo tin II
"Thul depends." replied Hie pretty
.nu. nn "whether one Ii culertiilulug I
inlllluuuli'u or talking acrum Ibe foul
llgbli."
Fm Tmtmint.
"I huvo maiie n UUcovery."
"Oh, you 1 i'lun.imii"
"Truly."
"Whui in itr
"New tliougbt aa t cure for all palu.'
"Hubl"
"Well, you Juat drop a UaUrou 01.
your big loe aud uy uie."
■rilliant Ending.
"I Juit lure u sunset!" exclaimed llu
i-ulliijsliisllc girl.
"I wish I were n auuicl." uiuruurer
Ihe niTiiiiii.Tiinl young mau.
"Cheer up! Vou mual reicuible oui
lu Minn.' way*, for I can iee your, llu
lib"
Hunting Gmnir Puturii.
"I've been aellldg goods lu tbli ler
rltory for four yean."
"Wby ilu you want * change. loilu|
your Iradc?"
"No; I bavo beeu augiged lo ill Ibi
glrli on Ibe i."'i'
Did What Hi Could.
"Vou shuuld practice economy "
"Uul I sliavc myself"
"Do yuu cut your owu balr!"
"No,   bul   I   enl   my  uuu   wlsdou
leelli." 1
iiguiiist lii.Miii.initi men; uud especially
characleristerit' uf lhe Henna 11 nil 1111!inn
seems lhe .in I 1 Imi idlijlilll wuiiii-u ure
imii pi'iiilenl uwiiers uml lioatll ul' cnluli
lislimeiits.
One uud Ihree lenth millions are
laborers in fuiTories. lu Ihe textile
indiislries, I'or insluiiee', the wonieii lire
in lite iniijtirily |l|ll,llllil wulueii, lis
agalmt ili'ljiini men. In lhe clothing
industry L'-N,illlll woimn sluinl against
117,111111 men.   Alluntic ■ Monthly.
All at Su.
Nntv prophets wile should climb 0 tree
And   I miti.! "ISO. give fu.'liiTiu test.
Km   in. ;...-.: ttiittid II,..-in. Iiu-,  will seu
Thai ii" "ue snuivs what's coming uixt
PERT PARAGRAPHS)
The iiiiiii win, la lietween tbe devil
ami ihe ibT'p bim' icu nciicrally iiml ■
Hie devil Hie 1111,1 e luiccpillile to urgu
ment
It Is to be noticed tliat 11 mill leeim
In t'liltiy Ills liuylnniil ilnys lhe inosl
when he Is suiin-n liere lii lhe uelgb
Uirlinnd ul llfly years nl ttge,
ll ll bad policy lo try 10 Oud fault;
'filer try l« hm' II.
There ure 11 many kinds of women
as lliere are women.
I
There ll Juit Ibis ubout it: If you
inul. don't; ami Iben intnetliilei, loo.
if yuu cuu dou I
11' iii lint iweol In Btniiu nf ui: hut.
then, luin of pi 1: ui,'. dou't like iwcot*
Did you ever nolice ibul lliu mon
you loic your lenipcr lbe mure you
ijuvc of 111 Now, If money were Juil
that iui)!
Wouicu are 10 pcrvene    Kvcry wo-
ii.ii 11 lil.es lo I--- 11 lot younger Iban
uther women of ber age
A niiAi of liiisliii-ui lo a uiau'i offlci
often cauiei lilm in buy ■ uew hut of
■ much larger aire
Anyway. It ll Is Her In be rlcb and
unhappy Ihun lu Iw unhappy without
la-ltig rich
The husband whu thiuks be knows
more about cooking than hii wife is au
egutiit.
OITY OF NOBTH VANCOUVEB
Tenders Wanted
Healed lenders, marked "Tender fur
Wood 1'ijie," will be received by llie
Cliv i;i|irk pf till) Cily of Norlli Vancouver up to 6 o'clock uu Monday, thu
UHiid day of duly, llllli, for supplying
approximately 111,01111 feet uf   Hi inch
wood pipe, suid pipe lo lie delivered
P. I). II. ferry duck, Nurtli Vuncuuver.
Forms of lender autl spcciliualioiis
may be oljtaiiiutl nl lhe Cily tlugineur's
Oniee.
A marked cheque for 6'/, of the
ailioniil of lhe lender, niiulc payable lu
lhe order uf Hie Cily Treasurer, must
aceunipuny eueli li'inler.
The lowesl nr uuy lender uul nccus
snrily  lli-eepleil.
AN0H8 SMITH,
i'ily Kugini'cr's Ulliee,    i'ily Kngiuecr
Nnrlh  vuneuuver,
lnlli July, IUI1 II)-i
CITY OF NOBTH VANOOUVEE
Tcudois Wauled
Sealed leuderj, marliud "Tender fur
t'uiuriTe Sidewalk, Curb und duller,''
will he received liy llie lily i'lerk uf
the City uf Nurth Vuiuuuver up lu '•>
0'cluck uu Monday, llie -'-ml July, llll-',
for i-uuMriictiug uppruxiinalely -.lud
si| yds. uf "im rde sidewalk, 17.fi feel
wide, aiiT I,Imi lineal feet of concrete
curb ami guller.
Forms ul lender ami rpccittculions
muy be iililiniieil ul lliu i'ily Iviiglncer's
Dlllcc.
A miiiked i Inijije I'ur .V, uf tin.'
uinuiinl ul' Hie lender, iniide payable In
Ibe m.i. i nl' lhe iTly Treasurer, mual
uicompuuy  itn-li lender
A buiid nl -.'>'> ul Ihc amount uf lhe
i ulllruet  will  l-e reijuired
Tin- luwT'sl ur any lender uut noces
Slllllv   aiieplcd
ANTICS SMITH,
I'ily Ivngini'cr's (lllii-c,    • "ily Kngineer,
Norlh Va inuii nr,
lulh Julv. V.H2. Vii
TRY' US ONCE AND
YOU WILI. FIND WE
ARE EXPERT IN
WATCH
REPAIRING
Geo. Somerton
106 SECOND STREET
CANYON VIEW HOTEL
ombiioan, Manager.   CAPILANO, NORTH VANCOUVER   r hkUW-f,mmt
SCENIC DITIGHTS, FISHING, HUNTING, MOUNTAIN CLIMBING, 11«
Unequalled Resort lor Holiday, long or iliort.
■
i
Family Roomi en tuite willi ificcial ratei.
Modern appointment* llirouglioul, nm unu, groundi, high ijaw Mrvicc al moderate ralei.
— pHntf Iftil to top ol Cwutc Mountain, altitude 3/SOO fret.—] d
SEASON 1912
SEASON J912
■MMM the mmm north Vancouver. b,c„ mm, u*r\% m
We bave aome modern house*,   furnished  and  uiifurnUbed  at
moderate rent*.
Excellent four room suites, Fraser Block, Tblrd Street Bait.
None batter.
Bant* 117.50 aud |23.60.  SBB THBM.
ALEX. SMITH & COY.
Phone 24. P.O. Bo* 1820
NORTH VANCOUVER
Choice Homesite Property, cloie to the Government Road, and overlooking the sea. Most suitable (or subdivision.      D.L. 1082, N.W., 1-4
$1350 per Acre; 1-3 Cash
i
D.L 1100, S.W, 1-4
$800 per Acre; 14 Cash
JOHN ALEXANDER & CO.
121 LONSDALE AVE. NORTH VANCOUVER
And Corner Marine Drive andMarrRd., Dundarave
We Are Selling Lots
in D.L 613, immediately north ol D.L. 204, al prices
Irom $650 to $775.   Terms one-sixth cash, balance
spread oyer two and a hall years, with no interest.
(J Now is lhe time Id buy, belore railway development.
Safety Deposit Boxes to Rent
North Shore Locators
'HONE 123
32 LONSDALE AVE.
THE EXTENSION
TELEPHONE
IN THE HOME
AN Extension Telephone
once installed proves
its value. It earns its
way every day. With an
extension telephone upstairs
you do not have to go downstairs to answer when the
bell rings. If you are upstairs you do not have to go
downstairs to call someone.
The service costs only a
little over 3 cents a day,
with no charge for installation. Call COMMERCIAL
MANAGER, Phone 98.
British Columbia Telephone Co.,
Driftwood Menace
BMPHATJO OOMMBNTB OP PUBBV
PJWTQBATB
FBBBV    NO.    3    DISABLED
FLOATING BBPUBB
i\
At yettenUy's muui inn nf llm ferry
ilireeturuto, llm cunipuny'a muiiuger,
Ht. T. M. iirurii, reported (hat on .Mun
day tlie Perry Mupiber 3 struck tome
driftwood which broke off the three
iiiiiuiiiiiii' Iiiii.lm of ilu' Iiiiiii 'a forward
propeller; nines wlmh mishap the
Nuuiiili Three had been miming uu one
prupeller. A
Mr. Qlatlwiu observed heatedly that
tbe i|iii'.iiiiin of Heating ilobris. in llie
harbor had reached socb p yum ihut
the company could not keep itu boats
in 1 uiiiiiiinniiiii. The ferries were this
city'a only in.'nm 1 uumu: of communication with the outside world uml it
wae perfectly obvious that something
should be doue.
The bourd unanimously concurred iu
this view, im ..Iluu' lbat when the mui
ler wus submitted lu the depmlinuiil
of murine uiul lisheries the directorate's
letter wus merely tiled and nothing
done.
ll was decided lhat the question
shuuld be reopened. Oue member uuu
lerod whelher the harbor muster should
first be upproui'heil, but another if
dared Ihul lhal olliciul "might us well
lie ileinl," so little authority di,I he
seem lii liuve. Tlte perpetrator uf this
remark, Mr. II. 0, Wright, evidenced
the cuse of u cow's corpse whii'li huil
boun il,.muh" nl..mi I'or some time uml
which wus u "disgrace lo civilization,''
but which lhe hurliur master hud de
lined to remove 011 account of some
technicality in regard to its location.
Mr. Wriglil Uml auqtber director hud
seeu llie carcase uuly Ihe olher day.
Mr. t.iii.lum slated emphatically thul
Ihere wus uot unother harbor in Amor-
ica thai was allowed to get into sucli
a stale. The driftwood that did Ihc
damage wus thu refuse from the saw
mills, Ihu uwners being allowed to let
it drift. II was lime something wus
done lo remedy such u stale of affairs.
Tliu liuard evenluuliy resolved lu luke
the matter up in full force, to gut the
"i «i'i iiniuii uf lhe city council ami
board of Iradc, and to write to tbe
department of murine uud iishcrici
tiiruugh Ihu member, Mr. 11. II. fciteveus,
Amung ulher Ihiugs, the huunl decided to cull for tenders for the 11..lnl
1.11 uu. of thi; new boilers in Number ll
lioul, which will have to be laid ulf
iluring llm period of erection.
I'ertuiu uf the directora werevugaiu
emphatic uu lhe subject of the ilispusi
tiou of Ihu lauding on luu wust side
of the Vancouver wharf, now shared
by lhe Nurlh Arm Steamship t'u. ami
Iho Wesl Vancouver Ferry i'o., tbe
latter requiring poiieegsiou of the whule
wharf.
ll was suggested ut lbe outset lhal
.Huni;... iiuiii jujglil lie made I'or one
company lo huvu space ou the wesl
side of the wharf and llie olher on the
east iide,,wbeu thu pronouncement came
from Mr. W. I,, lloull Ihul "if tbe
Nurth Arm Steamship l'u. cauuot
handle lhe 'Dcliuncc' uuy better Ihun
Ihey did ou Wednesday illuming, Ihuy
had batter gul out or 11 altogether."
i'apl. 1'utes agreed with Mr. Hnili, Iiuv
ing ulsu wiluessed the incidenl hu re
ferred lo. II appeared that when lhe
It) o'clock ferry wus entering Vau
couver the Dtliauce backed uul across
lhe ferry's bow, making il necessary
fur lhe Iniln boat lu come aliuosl lu
a i.iii.i till wilh cuusideruble difficulty.
"If they're guing lu bundle Ihuir
buule llku that." suiil Mr. Wriglil, "we
don't waul Ihem." He pri>pused lhat
llm rumpuiiy shoulil be apprised of the
fad, and a motion wus curried accordingly.
Thc |".im was then raised thai if one
company was given one side of Ibe
wharf uml thc other llie olber, thc pats
engers of Ibe N. A. 13. t'u,. wuuld ue
ccssarily become confused wilh the
ferry paueugers.
No definite decision was come to in
Ibo matter, Ihe mayor being of the
opinion tbat Ihe companies should be ilr
formed tbat for lbe present they must
continue lo ibare the western landing
until Ihe tarty .board cau see its way
to make other arrangements.
"It practically amounts lo thai,"
said Mr. (Iladwin, "If tbey can't get
011, Ihey muat get out."
The manager was asked to present
at the next meeting of tbe boar? a
Itatiatical report aa to tbe sailings
fnr one month ou oil foel as compared
with sailing on coal. The aaving to (he
company ii stated to be alums! 60%.
Hudson
M*.,
Feature* Uut Will Concern tbe Freight
Department of tie Naw Koad—
Baaourcai of KMwrtis
Railroads mutt have traffic both com
ing and going tv lie financial ttetpmi.
Tali ia a maxim iu railroad operation.
It it alio a maxim tbat railroad> muat
not be entirely dependent on interline
traffic,
There are thote wbo would tell ut
thnt in Imlll these reaiipcts the pru-
potted Hudson Huy ruilroud fulls sburt.
It will be built through 11 country which
pu.'tiiiiuiiilti fell l|t Is iueiipulde of producing any nqturul product in cqinmer-
hiiI ipnuil it ion. Hul llm p.'iisiniiiil.'l limy
be  mistaken.    They   wero   mistaken
some thirty yuan ago »h8u th. y tout
to prophesying fqr the Uauadiqn I'm-iiic
railway-
What then, are some of the condi-
tiunst |q |l)e Urtt place it ahould lie
noted that only rough and imperfect
estimates have as yel been made with
respect; to the commercial poteutjuli
ties along tbe proposed lino.
Nevertheless it is known that some
of the lakes have in thorn abundance
of whitcfisb ami pickerel, so that'the
fishery industry shouhj be very profit
ulllu as soon as tbe roud is built. Again
there is atill considerable game, al
though more stringent regulations will
soou be necessary In prevent exploila-
tiuu. further, there is reuson to" believe
thut the Keewutin Uke country mny
uue duy rivul tlm Muslioku l.ukc region
us u Ilium 1 resurl. The timber ru
suurces ure not uf great vulue except
fur fuel, pulp wood uud milling pur
poses. Improved druinugc would not
only improve forest grtiwlh iu muny
localities bul wuuld muke possible lhe
.■■hu'.iii uf vegetables uml small fruits
in abundance.
ilul there is another source uf Irani.
uf mure Ihun spuciul note of whicii lliu
Hudson Buy roatl should eventually
huld a monopoly, ll is perhaps uul
ununoii knowledge thut the nurtlmrn
portion uf Kuuwutin is rich iu minerals,
'specially- copper, it bus even been
stilled thut in ull there is, uppruxiniute
ly, ift- squure miles nf such pruspeds
un Ihe mainland southwest uf llullin
1-Inn.l The rock formations are uf tlm
sume character as those fuuiitl every
where iu the metalliferous regions uf
Kastern Canada. Further, ut the prescnl
time New Vork copper magnates huve
men ul work in these very regions
siukiug up everything lliul may prove
upublo uf pm.In. hi;: copper. Tu inu I.r
mining pussible a means uf shipping ure
lu smelters musl be secured. At present
the only outlet is by wuy of Hudson
struit, und this la. available for only
some fuur mouths in lhe yeur. Here,
then, is where Ihc Hudson Buy Iluu
shuuld secure much of ils returning'
freight traffic, ll iH u long haul, bul
it is uut us greut a problem as wus Ihc
development of lbe route to Bawtou,
That such u class uf freighl wuuld pay
there need be uu doubt. The wealtbiett
railruad companies in lhe United tilutes
ure large curriers uf mineral ores. Over
lili per cunt, of the trallic carried by
tbe Pennsylvania Ruilruud, the lurgest
freight carrying ruad in the worm, is
lilliile Up ui in ilic in In.
Thus the new grain outlet (or tbe
West—tbu Hudson Buy railway—may
bo made npt qqly tp pay expenses nut
dividends.
Woigast—Riverg
Motion Pictures
QBIOINAL AND Orfhf OFFICIAL
, PIOTUBES OP THP PIOHT
EMl'llU'.     TPATBB,     TUESDAY,
JULY S3
Tho much-debuted finish of thu Wo|-
Empire TJieitfe, fjrst atreet j/eit, 011
Tuesday evening, July i!3rd. Those are
tbo original and npll ntAeitl pictures
of the greut fight which, attracted tho
attention of spurting circles flifougbqut
the wurld. The lllius uru qf (he bi||b-
est class and ure perfect in oyqry particular. From the beginning uf pro
ucudings to the sensatiouul ending uc
ery movement of the in, 11 Ju ilm rijig
is reproduced with the most life-likt
effect. The pictures are the most sense-
tioual light piuliirus Ihut have uver
been produced. 'They were luken in
Ihe open uir, under iho musl fuvorubl/
weather conditions, ami through tliu
euliru 1 Iiiii i.n iiiiiinln uf this Imi'l
fought battle uot a aingle univeuioui'
of tho lighters hus escaped detection by
the   iimiiliii;   ].imi.I,".,-.pin   lens.  The
'
gusl Hivcrs liglil nl Vernon on duly Uh reproduction on thu canvas is perfect,
willi llie em, I condltioni OtApt which to thc mosl miniile deluil,
I1TT1 ih  .luck Walsh guvu his decision,     These pictures will lm shown locally,
which mude .liim no unpopular iii  l.n im one duv ouly, Tuesday, July iJIIrd,
Angeles, will be shown wilh scientific al   llm   Empire   Theatre.   Adinitsiuu
accuracy, iu milium picture form, al the twenty-live cents.
Lypn View.   LyM View.
Lynn View
Lots from $325 to $500 per lot.
Termi, $50.00 caih, $10.00 per month
•j I hese lots are one block (rom cai line in Lynn Valley and
nice and level and high. .
*": l-i us quote you rates on Fire, Life and Occident
INSURANCE
McMillan & reid
HI I.ONHPAI.K AVKNUK
I'hune 131,
Clearance Sale
SATURDAY begins the second week of our
JULY SALE. The bargains are bigger than
we offered in the beginning. We have a few
lines in Boys' Shirt Blouses, Buster and Sailor
Suits that we are offering at a bargain. Also
some Ladies' Muslin, Net and Silk Blouses at
one-quarter their regular price,
UDIES' WASH SUITS
$7.50 to $11.50 reg., to clear..$2.25
INDIES'SUNSHADES
To clear al IIai.1  PRICE
A
MEN'S WASH VESTS
Regular $1.85 Valuei $1.25
Regular $2.00 Valuei $1.65
Regular $2.25 Values $1.75
MEN'S STRAW HATS
HaikPrki.
/i
B
BOYS' SHIRT BIjOUSES
Regular 65c Valuei 35c
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PHONE 93
93 and 95 LONSDALE AVENUE.
•_ THE EXPRESS NORTH VANCOUVER, „,C, FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1912
  I   ■ mmmmwmmmm ■    l——mmmmm
1836     THI BANK OF     M2
78 VsiW ln Business.   Capital ip. Beserve Oyer f7,p00.000.
LAYING THE CORNER-STONE
The first deppait with which you begin a Savings Account, jt at important an
event as tbe laying of tbe corner-stone of a fine builtliug.Yuu are laying the
i corner stopo of your pqeltinn in tbe world, of your circle of businots acquaint
I unco, of eventual, huccosi.
Can you :i n in .1 to postpone that first tlopositt
,Two Offices in North Vancouver, Comer of Lonidale Ave
and Eiplanade. Upper Lonidale Avenue, pear 14th Street
WARNING
NOTICE is hereby given that any person posting
'jp any Advertisement or Sign, or printing anything
on or otherwise injuring any of the poles or posts of
the BRITISH COLUMBIA ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO., LTD., is liable to a penalty of $100
and costs, or one month's imprisonment, according
l/ the Company's Act of Incorporation, and will
be prosecuted accordingly.
B. C. Electric Railway Co., Ltd.
R. H. SPERLING, General Manager
North Vancouver Business
and Professional Cards
11 i in VI wis.
I IVil. i:m.i,\i:i:ii.v
lli.niliuti.il
Guarantee n.m.i..
FELIX GRAHAM
Auditor and  Accountant
IUI I.onsdulc Avenue. 1'. 0. Hux 8307,
Nlirth Vuncouver. l'hono Vii.
ABOHITECTS
A. CAMPBELL HOPE
0. A. Cal.., ll.C.S A.
Architect
1726 Chesterfield Avenue,
Nortb   Vancouvor
Pboue llliiil
BAKERS
ANGUS J. CAMERON
A.M.I.E. li S.
CIVII, ENGINEER
Irrigation, drainage, levrfi, plana
and spccilicolione. Septic tniil.1 und
bouae drainage a ipecially. P. 0.
Uoi 'ili, liith alreet weft ul Bewicke
Avouuo.
J. H. ENGLISH
0. K. OBOOEB
And general Commission Merchant, 13
l.onsdule Avo., North Vancouver.
Phone ii'i)
Humor and
Philosophy
tV ni/MCAJV ft. SMITH
NEARER HOME.
YOU loni to skip arouna tbt worl*
.    And view the aplendid algbta,
Sip here apd there end everywhere
01 new and strain,-, dcllalita,
Tiki paaaage on t Aybit ahlp
And aklm tbe unknown (earn,
But have you taken time to view
The wondara nearer bonier
Acroaa the atreet iron where you live,
Not bait a block' away,
There Uvea a mun who takea oft come
By magic, ao they aay,
And people como from tar and near
To aee iitm at the task.
Have you been ot thla wondroua work
A wltneaa, may I aak!
Juat at the outaklrts ot tbe town
There Ilea a (amoua apring
Wliulu.. watera, Ihuae wbo teat declare.
Will euro moat unythlng.
Behind II Ilea a alulely rock,
01 which, were'! nn your track
Aa down iiirougli Italy you atruilcd,
You'd aend a picture back.
The sun Hint sets behind ydur barn
'Must every nlglil or ao '
Tints up Hie sky ua gorgeooa as
The sun of Mexico.
But. no, you never havo the time
These nearby : I .I,t.  lo see.
Besides, liuw voultl ihey Interesl.
Since ull of them are free?
Crushing.
"1 don't lllluk"-
"Ob. let up, Percy.  We know It"
"I say, I don't llilnk"-
"Sure, sure!    Wo kuow It, Pert)
You don't have to prove It."
MONPY IN SUNKEN HUUS
Not Interested.
"I don't cure iniicli ubout coinpli
Bent*"
"Don't you?   Uow tunny."
"Wby la It funny?"
"I thought everybody Uked ooropll
menu."
"I don't, becuusc I nuilce tbut It Is
tbe other fellow wbo usually gels
tbem."
Softon.d the Pain.
"Be seems lo be making money."
"Uul be Isu't much ot a dentJst."
"What Is Ibe secret of bis success!"
"Iio le so very polite   You should
huve beurd bim upologlzc to me Ibe
oilier duy when be pulled Ibe wroug
tootb by iiiiiiiu ke"
CARSON'S
Bakers, Coufectlonora and
Caterer!
UJ I.iiimij.ilc Avouuo
- BABBEBS
r
Underwood's Barber Shop
IS NOW OPEN
at 0 LONSDALE AVENUB
FEBBV WHAKl'
III   u 1. Mil I Il.s.
J. BRIND, R.S.S.
CEBTIPIED   8H0EIN0   SMITH
Burceaaor  In  Wallace  A Scull, Third
Street.   (lenuraJ u.pair wurk.
A. Wallace's aorvirea nave been re
laincd.
llllllll '     imi    SI  t HUM   III.
THE LEONARD-SALE CO.
Oii       Bookeeilera and Stationers
/■'      Cor. I onidjl. aad let.        PbnM Hi
NOBTH VANCOUVEK
. mill ti puis.
J. DUNCAN
OONTBAOTOB AND BUILDEB
Plans Kiecolcd     I :   Katimatcs Given
Centre and Mill Botd
Lynn Valley, B. 0.
Mans ami Kstimatca furnished free.
Hepairiiig,  remodeling,  eta., promptly
atteudod to
J. W. BAKER
BUILDING CONTRACTOR
Lynn Valloy, B. 0.
Allan Head near Weslovcr. P. 0. Hoi
20, Lynn Creek, B. C.
.
ft
W. NIELD
Cabinet Maker and darpentor
Ifill undertake ill kinds of wood work,
repairs, etc.
*!     Fourth Btreet uid Sutherland Avium
P. 0 Box 2006
NOBTH VANCOUVEB
TEA .mil COFFEE
BUTTEB and EGGS
We ure specialists in  Ihesu lines.
HUME & CAMPBELL
l-l A Lonsdalo Avenue
i.u Minn.n
CAPILANO LAUNDRY
Uy clothes are at lbe Capilauo
Laundry where yuurs uughl tu be.
Flat work for Jii cenls dor. Hough
dry, lc lb., wet wash, 3c Ib. Drop us
a card aud we will call for them.
P. 0. Boi 82112
rmiTiii.il mini
CARBUTT
Studio   over   Bank   B. N. A.
Lonadale and Ksploaade
Qutsaid It Firat Time.
"So you want to bo a congressman)"
"Ilight aa well be us anybody.''
"Huve you uuy Idea us to a con
ini". m.in'.i duties?"
"Surel To wrap up garden seeds und
mull llmm."
Nothing to Boast Of.
"I always speak Ibe truth."
"Hub!   ITinI's i,i.ium, "
"Isu't It. Ibougb?"
"No.   I knuw u mun who cun speuk
the truth und live olber languages."
Eaay, but Net Popular.
"Do you Iliiiili two can live us cheap
ly us nin'?"
"Sure thing!"
"Ever eee It done?"
"Nu; Ibey tuu, but tbey won't."
•'      Both See Brightness,
"l'u. Is uu ". i.'im ■ auy relation to an
optimist!"
"Sure!   Tbey ure twine."
E. LAURIN
High class Utiles'and Genii' Tailoring
Kepairing   aud    Alterations.   Cleaning
aud Dyeing in all ila branches. All
Work guaranteed.
Ul First Street West. I'liune 'ini.
NORTH   VANCOUVEB   TAILOftINO
1.1. Uui)
Ladies' and Gents' Cleaning,
Pressing and Repairing
a Specialty
120 Second Street But
NORTH VANCOUVER, B.C.
TINSMITHS
N.V. Tinning & Sheet Metal Worki
First Street But oX Lonidale
Lowest prices and best work guaranteed on tinning and sheet metal work.
SAW FILER AND GRINDER
All kibda of saws filed aud set on tbe
shortest notice Uwn mowers, knives,
hedge shears aiA scissors sharpened. Al)
work guaranteed, moderate prices.
D. DOWIE
1234 Lonadale Avenue Phone so
Tbe Eiprcss goes inlo everj' houie on
hhe Nortb Shore ami is reef by 12.000
people.   Express ads. conscLucntly an
tire to bring results.
The Glad Hand.
To Writ nine M'l Itij,' KIT OUt th. hand
And have some public speaking
To lei II know tbia la the land
Fur which It baa been seeking.
PERT PARAGRAPHS.
Tb* thliigs Hut you mcuo lo do ure
always chasing ufler tb* things you
didn't iiHTii) lo do, but never quits
latching tbem.
Usually nn- iiuiu wbo worrlea greatly
over tbo affairs of tlie country loin his
wife do the worrying over tb* bublcs'
shoes.
Tbe trouble Is that wo are sucb poor
managers that we neltlier keep our
troubles tv ourselves nor lessen ibew
wben we give tbem away.
Keeping In style often takea to much
uf our Ume and strouglh that It If Impossible to keep out of debt
People who pay m they go aren't
liable to freguent arrest for violation
of the spaed laws. ■>
Mauy a man doesn't know bis own'
mind, and If be did be would probably
feel aorry for lt
Uio amy faitd. law permitting
women to vote, but Just let tbe tyrant
try to compel tlie dear creatures to
vote ul see bow be will come out
Tbe sun wbo lives is t glass house
may iblnk he does ts he picnics, bst
lust let hlm try to conduct a blind pig.
Charity covers * multitude of sins,
but It hardly ever smothers any te
dealb. *
•3,000,000 In the Hpld of the Treasure
Ship L'Orient
Kiidenlly forlunc hunters those duys
uunl  SOmetllillg OUBJer limn delving Ul
the bottom of oceans, lakes, etc., for
sunken treasure ships. They have uu
tluulilcilly become uwure that the sea
huB its own system of retaining whul-
ever it took tuu trouble tu relegate to
Davy Jones' Iticker, and as tho yoars
go by one hours less ami less, of cum
I'iiuii' organized ami private parties
spending their moiiey ami time ou vou
tures with audi repiolo prospects.
But still there ure many persons wlm
believe m Ihe eventual discovery of the
hiding place pf one or inure uf these
treasure hulls, ami uccuaioually ne
hear uf a hopeful who lius becoinu pos
sussed of "dope" leiiding to be un
exact churl of the locution of u famous
mini,cn liiiiiiiiil ship, uml nul lung uftcr
wc neur ul' hint again, us reluming I'iuiii
n fruitless search fur these riches.
There are very few authentic treasure
ships which still lie ul Ihe hoiluni ui
ihe ocean, uiul which the mure hopeful
treasure hunters believe will some duy
ho discovered, Nut lhe leasi of tbese is
lhe L'Orient, sunk nil' lhe African coast
somewhere, uiul reported lo have stow
ed away in her chests sume »).'I,iiiiii,iiiIii
dullurs in guid nnd jewels.
Ancient tjpuniuh records arc author
ity fur u large number of vessels losl
with priceless cargoes of gold, silver
uud jewels, but lliere is a very slight
.banco lhat uuy uf Ihem uill eur be
liscuvereil. Huwever, expcditinu.n in
icarch of -these treasure ships uflen
prove pleusuul uml healthy excursion*
for some enthusiastic hunters of riches.
it can hardly lie suid, however, ihul
inkeii vessels du nul yielil profit, espe
ally in thoso days, wheu, wilh the itu
proved methods of suhuge, il   is un
my mailer lu raise u ship thul is sunk,
even in very deep waler, if the,wretk
ers huve full kuuwlcdge of Ihc exact
location uf the hull. Jt is said lhal
nearly -mm vessels are lost each year,
and estimating Ihe combined loss of
vessel und cargoes, Ihe ligure reaches
approximately ♦1,000,000.
It seems, therefore, Dial the ouly
profitable syslem of recovering whut
is contained in sunken ships i* lhal
employed In ine up-to-date salvage
cottipaiiios,
A greul percentage uf the murine
losses is millTrinl on the chain uf 11 real
Ukes. Nicer a summer pusses Imi
there are innumerable shipwrecks mi
these treacherous bikes. Al Ibis
writing lliere in a icssel lying jusl uul
side Ihc hurliur uf Iluffalu, lbe llichanl
still, whicii suul. in a gale u couple i'i
year* ugu when witbiu luur miles ."
llie breukwall.
Her curgu nf llu.v wus valuable in Itself, and tempting sums were offered
lu ."uliuge concerns if Ihey iiotild
recover lbc vessel und her curgj, the
iilmle being valued ul muny lliiiusumi-
ul' dnllurs. ul si) far all efforts hove
mailed lhe wreckers iitilhiiig, and "en'
lrciniTiilnu.lv.    Muiilreal   .Standard.
Daddy's Bedtime
Billy Ties tils Burrs
et the Schoolhousa.
Why Little Pilly
li Never Leje
For School
J
AUK bad been late for school again, snd Bvelyn wns sent home with *
note about it when scbool wuh over.
"The clock wasn't right this morning," Jack was explaining tp daddy.
"Very «ell," suld daddy; "I'll bave a look at It ufter yen are In bed.
"It's s pity, though, tbut a little boy should nut In as bright u Hilly I'or
ter's burro.
"imiy la a littlo boy wbo Uvea In Montclalr, N, J., and be bas a pet burn,
as It Is called. The burni Is uu American donkey.
"iiiiii'ii burro la named Dulsy, and she Is a nice, gentle animal wbo generally obeys ber master hud Huts aloug good nuturedly.   >
"pulsy takes Hilly to school every day. when be goea In to his lessons
the little boy ties' ber to the bitching post, and Dulsy stands quietly until
school la out, wben ber little muster uguin mounts Iter buck, and tbey trot
imiiii' to luncheon.
"If the teacher Is a bit Into In letting lbe cluss out Daisy knows It It
Hliii should be kept In. deur knows whut would luippen, tor unless lie comes
promptly Dulsy lifts tip ber voice and bruys as ouly u burro can. It Is a very
im; i uml iiupii'tisiint sound
"In the mornings Dulsy sees lliut Hilly gets to school In Ume by brsylng
loudly If she bos III wull nl llie door.
"Not imui ago Hilly wus sltk uml stuyed home from school two days. Dulsy
'Iiiln i iiiiderstiiiitl She was puzzled und grieved, for Univ. likes to go to
sijiiml. Su she nt last innniigt'd Io escape trow ber sluble aud uiubled off to
schuul to wull uniil lessons were uver.
"Wheu Hllly's si.'hoiiiimites mime out of scbool tbey fuuud Daisy wltb ber
nose poked up ugulnsl the hllclilug pust and ber bright eyes watching lbe door.
"At first tbe children laughed. Then some of Billy's friends tried io sturt
her home. Hm Dulsy knew thnt It wus ber business to curry ber little muster
iiiitim. und. believing hlm lo be Inside tbe scboolbousc, sbe would not move.
"Nehiim iii.iiiiig uor beating would make Dulsy budge, and at last some
one run to Hllly's borne lo tell ubout tbe burro.
"Not till mie of billy's folks cumo lo lend Daisy home would ahe stir, aud
tben sbe went very unwillingly und very slowly.
, "VVben Billy wua able to go lo school uguin Daisy showed ber Joy In ber
pli'tised eyes ond fcisi.i not And sbe beld ber beud right np to the hllclilug
block to be tied lo It us usual, ulthougb to tbe mluds ul most people It wuuld
«i" tn scarcely ueceewry to be a burro wbo lll.es to gu to school us well as
lei-.; does." i
SVMII'MH III.' COAIi MINIMI
IIIII.II.1TIIINS
imal mining rights uf the Dominion
it Manlliibu, Saskatchewan and Albtr-
tu. the Yukon Territory, lhe Nurih-wosl
Territories ami in u purilun nf iin- province of lirilisli t'l.lu.iiiil.i. muy bo leased for a lertn nf iwenly-ono yeura ai
un annual rental nf f) un acre. Nol
mure limn :'..'.mi acres will he leuscd le
e applicant.
Applloallon for a leuse must lie uiiuii
by the uiiplleiinl In person lo tlie Aui-ni
of Nub-Agent nf Hie dlslrlcl In which
he 11,.Inn uj-; ll- u fur arc slluuled.
In surveyed territory the land musl
be described by sec-Duns, or lentil sub-
ii.ii ;    ,,t scellnns. ant] 111 unsurvey-
etl territory the tract  <1111- <i for shall
be  stalled   uut   by   llie   .i|>| llc.inl   lilm
If.
Kncli application must be accompanied by u rev uf V, which will be re-
fut,iiiT If the 11,ii.in .ippiin) lor ure nol
vuiTiilile. hot rtnl utherwlse A royalty shali be pitld'un tlte uicrchanlublc
iut|.ut ul llie iniln al Ihe rale uf live
cuts per Ion.
Tin- peraon operating llm mine sliull
(mulsh tin- Agenl ivlilt sworn reiurna'
aceoumihg for lhe lul) uuuiillty ut
m. icliiiiiliibb- coal mined and pay the
loyally thereun If ihc cuul mining
Hunts are nni being operated, such return* should l>e furnished at least once
u year
The lelSS will Include llie eual iiTnln.;
iii.l.i' mill, bul lite itssi c muy be per*
inlii.ii 11 purchase whatever available
BUrlnce tliihts inuy bo considered ncc-
essar.i fnr lhe working nl ilm mine at
Ihc rule   if JIO nu ucre
llm   eruuilii  on  lhe   liili   day  ut   lm
1912
I'.lTilll   111    Vuiici.tiler,    li    t'.    Ilils
17th duy uf June, lilill
NKUTuliT HltlllK  A TH.I-: I.TlMI'ANV
IJMIIT-il).
21-7 I'm   J.  II.   I'.mi    Agclll
« AI'Klt MITII r.
We, The Newport Waler c'eln|itili
Limited, ii t'nmpnny Incorpnruied umi'
llm I'nlnl'iinleS All. lilill hciiil .illl.'.
.'■on iTiiTttT'nimn iniii-itm Vancouver
I) II.. give notice Ilinl iiii tlie i'tltli mi
uf   July.   11112,   Me   Intend   III   a|.|l.    I.i
Un- Wuler Commissioner nl Ills ulliee
In Now Westmlnsler, II i\ fm it n cut"
lu Inlie and use llll) euld. reel nf will, i
per s.-c.i.tni frum llu- Rliuiinus lllivr In
New tteatinlnsli'i' lllslrlel.
Tbe wuler I* lu In- taken frum llm
stream ul u pnliit aliiuil the cenler of
Timber l.lnill UUU about Kill feet
ubove tide unlet unit Is In I"- use!
fur inunlcll'i-1 purl uses, utl hits ISC 700
kill!    Sll!   and   130.".    Ilroup   line.   Ni'W
Wi nluilltsl"   I'lsllTi t
Nuilce uf lnl.nil.m I" appl. mis
|...nl. T ull III" l'l-ilml nil III" Kill
i.r June,  1912
DATI'll) nl Viiii--i.ii vi r It f. this l Til.
■Ill)   "f June,   19)2
NI-IWI'DIIT  WATKH  i'DMI'ANV
1.IMITKI'
81-7 I'er J   II   Hev.-;..   ic
WATEB WORKS
Nutlce
Th. mii 11 nn, uf consumer* m hereby
Iruiitt lu tin iiul. thai, pursuant lu s
r ni  iiiii. n.Iincnl  In lhe Water wurks
nluu    ... illcttlnn |;    |I.„,0,1S l!v|.,„   ||M, „„,„.,, „|- Wiiier
sluiiibl in   iiiiiile tt» tin- secretary nf llie       h
Hepiiriuieiil of the Inleilor. Ottnivu. or rules  due  i utli   nenl   mil   coier  a
In all) auenl or .lub-Anenl nf Piiltilllliili , ",,        , ,        ..   ,,„„
|,unJs period  of  m.\   inunllm,  ending   Decern
Muni purl uf ull lhe misery and tin
chief, of ull Ihul is denominated evil =r=
iu Ihc world, arises from Ihu fad Ilml
im a are loo remiss lo gel a proper
knowledge of Iheir aims, and when
Ihey do know Ihem to work iiilenncli
iu ul laming them.—(loelbe, in "Wil
helm Mcislcr."
w vi tinny,
rvpulv Minister ul llle Int. rlnr
:.   il   ItiiiuiIiuiIziiI  iniiiUniiii.n  ui
this   ii.iii'tllt'i un til    will   unl   be   tmlil
Mr III
w \ti;h mitii i;
Til.
period  of  ni.\   munllm,
ler .11*1, HH", iii-ic.il ul  Ihree tiiunllis
an   lieriTuliitc.
The period allowed for rebate pusi
li.ih  ibises on July  "Is', ll'l-.
THEOSOl'HICAl. SOCIETY
Enquirers class meels every Wedoes
day evening at b p.m. Kleniclilury study
uml question*.   Vuu ore cordially unil
l-'ur all he did he had a reason,
l-'ur all he said a  wiT lu neanun
And ready ever wus tu quoie
Aiitlmriiics fur whul he wrole.
■   Holler.
Vie. Tin. N.il pm I  lliiil. .1
puti)  Limited   ii cuiniiiitiy  lm nr, • t.i -.
under   llle   l' "in" ililcs   Act     ill"
'lllc.'   iii   .'■"' ,t'i ' ■ iTiitmi   ilull.llm.'
Vancuuver,  II   '.'    gin- nutlce tl.nl  tu
ilm  '.T.lh  dii)   nf .lull,   lllll   li"  I I
lu apply  i" lbc UTiier r..mtiils*l r
al  Id* uiiiir  In New vv.  luiiii* -1   ll  ml lo attend.   Itoom lu, Aberdeen build
\\;i.!r,,')iu''tnwutei 'lie,' ."Mmr,,;';:: i«. m««.ki*i ttw Ki*m.  *»
Sliiintiiin   iT.ek,   sliunl"   nn   l."i   WU).
tl ,  tin.   Ni w W.Hlinlnstcr lllslrlel
Tim  mil- i   Is  in In-  lul.en  ft   tl"
,|, uli, ul llu ll, lid Iif III' I'lllla nil I,"I ,
'.I I ililil nil, lllll" frntll llili'WIll.l I'li'l
IS   tn   b"    IIHI-l    "ll    lei   Ul.   f"l    P"W"I
STOPS COUGHS [%iliVum.m
mg.
ShilolisGum
N'.lll
nl nid'lliiillnll  was pnsled
SPECIAL
LAuil TJIM
r KILL only
Are the right kind of thlngi whon they sell tho goods. It Is tbe facts about
tho quality of our goodi lu the way of rUBNIITUEE, CABFET8 aud
OBQOKEBY, and tho facta about the low prlcos and tbo special prices on
these goods that win favor among our customers.
Here are some facts for you to profit by:—
CHILDREN'B I'UBH CABT8, special price *:i.'W
A large ihipmont Juit received.   All tho rage
MEAT 8AFBB  ..'..- 12.00
MEAT SAFES, large alio. UM
KOYAD Qktk DBEB8EB8, with bevelled plate mirror UM
1 IBON BEDSTEAD
1 WOVEN WIBE BFBINO
1 COTTON TOP MATTBE88
Oomploto for IIM
MATTINO MATS, 2xl,    2J.c
MATTINO MATH. 3x8... 10c
SEA   OBA88   (JIIAIHH,
a limited number only, $2.00
In our Crockery Department
TUMBLEBH. per dos C0>
CUl'B and 8AU0EB8 per
dot 00c
-L '    '    .
THE HOME FURNISHERS
128 Lonsdale Ave,  n™™  Nortli Vancouver
i
L .
*m Items of Interest
0. Bharnfeldt left last night for San
h'runclaoo.
I., H, ilurthiiriiu has takeu up his
residence at lilll fourth stroot.
Mrs. Ii. I'i. JcnlTimmii has lal.cn gp
resilience at tliu corner of lllh uml
Bt. Oeorge.
Howes 1'ruclor, Mil., have installed
a motor, compressor lo fucllitatu drilling
and tbe production of crushed rock. ...
•Mrs. II I-- l.itullitw ami Miss tileie
Allan have left for rJeuttlu ami Portland, Oregon, for s two wueks' vacs
tiou.
llev. A. 1. Pressor will preach al both
services al the First Baptist church
Ileal .Sunday. Hnpl mm al lhe elustl uf
lhe evening service,
Mr. Peter McDonald, of 'Jfilh street
west, received word ,un Thursday of
the death uf his brother in luw, Scnulur
W. It. McDnnuhl uf Hroinwell.
THE EXPRESS NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C, FRIDAY,
Work on tbe promises situated ou
corner of lionsdala and Kapleuetla, to
bo occupied by tbe fJanadlan Bank of
Commerce, is fast nesriug completing
also tbe store uext doori to be occupied
as a grocery by J. A. McMillan.
Police M agist rate. Ruggles on Wednesday filled ii Hweilo nunioil Qle Savie
sin or thirty days for being iu possession uf liquor, both internally ami ut
lerniilly, on the Indian reserve. Ambrose Johnson, a Hipiuniis'h liuliuii, was
fined 110 or twenty' duys for being
'iiuiil. oil  Miimliiy lilt.
The    school    trustees'    complaint
against the lire chief iu regard to tbe
lire ilrill tiisliliileil duriug emilllinllliun
liluu at the public schools of the eily
was discussed last night by tbu fire
ami light cumiuitloe uf the cily couu-'
ell, snd it was decidud to ask tbp
school board tu inset the commitlee ami
talk the mutter uver.
Mr. -luliii W. Null, whu has come
us represunlativu of the Allan Steam
ship company iu Vancouver, has takeu
up his resilience on the North Shore,
ut prescnl  occupying Mr. P.  I n.  >
house opposite firo ball on Fotir'b
Street. Mr. Nutl bas been for many
years with the Allan Une ami bai
coihe bare from Winnipeg.
Miu tompliell, a representative of
tbe 'ieuuhf mission, has consented to
address the children of St. John's
church Sunday school ue«t Sunday af-
icriimiii at ll o'clock. Miss Hunipliell
lias spent tbu greater portion of ber
life In I nil iu gild has for some time
been actively engaged in mission work,
su that her sddruss shoulil prove interesting.   Adults ure cordially iiii'iicd.
We Are Plotting
to get yonr business. Our new subdivision in Hollyburn ia well worth
your consideration il you want OOOD VALUE AT SMALL OOST.
Ideally situated on the Government Bosd. OALL IN AMD WE WILL
SHOW YOU THB PBOPEBTY.
50-FOOT LOTS KBOM UW)
TEBMS  Ut OASH,  BALANCE IN SMALL MONTHLY FAYMBNTS
Provincial Land & Financial Corp.
LIMITED
Iiii LONBDALB AVENUE
PHONE 110
Do You Want to WORK for Your Money, or
Do You Want Your MONEY to Work (or You?
The following are moneymaker
Lousdale Avenue  (West Side—Inside city limit"    66 feet, at 13,000-00.
One third cub.
Lonsdalo Avenue (E««t Hi.de)- 11 feet, at Sl.HftO.Ot).   11611.011 cash, bal
ance 0, I'J and IB moutlis.
Ottawa liniiliii.n   One lot for $3,000.00,   One third cash.
We respectfully solicit listings of your property.
HOOD & SOUTAR
•ill LON8DALB AVENUB
IT,Ml."    16'J
F.O. Boi 'I'llll
No Iron Can Do Your
Ironing Quite so Well as
m™£
il iis show you why
Two slylei, $4.50 and $47r)
,'uiidiiiiial ucl has llie manufacturers' five year guarantee.
.    NORTH VANCOUVER AGENTS
Patterson & Goldie
HARDWARE
Phone 88
105-7 Eiplanade Went
Special (or a Few Dayi
TEIFLE OOBNBB ou  Hub Street.  Hi/..'  210  feet   by   167.      I'rice,
llttl). Terms $660 cash, 6, IH and 16 mouths.
We have only a few lota now left in 781   a beautiful homesite witbiu
two blocka of Lonadale Avenuo for (376. Terms I'M caso, t, lit
aud It luoullia. m       ,
If you have a houae to Kent, pt tor Sale kindly give ua a bating.
mmmmmmmmmmmtmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmnnmmmmmmnnaaam.nnaaaammmamamm.
I   CARDINALL & MacGREGOR
UW MPUWATO (OLD POST OFFIOB)
Phona W P. 0. tti OU
A0BNI8 FOB BEITI8H BMFIBB KOMM INSUBANQB
The tlhriitian Hndeavur Society of
St. Andrew'il I'resbyteVian Obiirch met
as usual last Tuesday evening. Mr.
William Kniiwics dealt iu a very Interesting uml original minuter with the
topic, this being followed by u spiriiutl
iliniiinniim, in which nearly ull present
participated. There is a growing i'u
lerost in those bright, brief services,
which ull yoong people are cordially
invited  lo altoml.
JULY
19, 1912,
A colt belonging to Mr. A. P,. ('rick-
may, of Fifteenth street east, was killed
by ii l.i.i ■ i on Tuesday evening. The
explosion wuh a particularly loud one,
and Mrs. Drickmay happened to coins
out of her home to see if the children,
who had been playing in the garden,
were tilt. Hhe found, to her dismay,
lliut ii cull liual been struck Tuwu iu
ii» enclosure by tlebriB of fulling rock.
The un im n I was siill'urtug stub ugiiuy
tliu! u veterinary surgeon wan called
in In lilll il. The exuet locality of
these particular blu.sling operations
IBB lllll us yet  been ascertained.
Ttie aiiuounceineul of the marriage
of Mr T. M. l/rny, of Ilia Swiss- Dairy,"
is in circulation, Mr. Hruy's wedding
is (u lake pluee uu Tliursduy, August
isl, and the lady is Miss K. Harric.
The ceremony is lo be performed ut
1646 Highlit avenue, Kuirview, ut 11
u'cluck in lhe morning, while in llm
ovening, ul s o'clock, u reception in
Inn.m ul Mr mnl Mrs. Ilruy is In lie
held at the home of Mr. und Mrs. Fun
lur, un Hiilb  street  oust.    Mr. (Ira)
oulemplalus journeying In Seattle I'm
wedding trip, afterward luking up
temporary abode uu Keith mad, await
ng the liuiidiug uf u home on Niuln
street near Hoiilcvunl.
m
tne reeve wai again evidenced jilt
nigbt by an almost total absence pf
complaints from FS.SBMW' There
were pne or two reu,ueils for llio opening pf roads Slid lbe laying of side
walks, but not a single eouiuiuiiicutinii
that could be made, a peg on wbleh to
hang discussion-
Tbe Hon,P. Oai|, r-tlottuh forwarded
a telegram he bad received frum frum
ier McHridti ip regard to Hie govern
uiiuii 'h claim pu subdivisions. Tbe
telegram merely stated that tlie government was awaiting a report from
Commissioner McDonald, who was still
In Hie eusl.
Councillor Westover meiitioiieil that
tbe Municipal' Clauses Act road lliul
only ri'iiini ci ml nv. imi n uf properly
were eligible to vole. At bis suggus
lion the council decided Ibal the clerk
should be iuslructud to advertise tbie
fact ami warn pursuits lu register tli mi
property in order lo gel Iheir vole.
Councillors Loutet uiul Ward wen
appointed a committer! In confer wuh
tbe couucil of West Vancouver iu re
gard lo thu new Capilauo bridge.
Councillor Loutet did not know quite
whelher such a motion as he wus uliuul
Io make was witbiu thu province of
lhe ilislriet, but he wuuld like lu move
Ihul lhe council would buck up lhe
Vancouver cily council in ils request
to Iho government to get the old court
house sile. Cnuucillor I.unlet sd vised
Hie ciiiiiinillee in charge of this mailer
0 write to the several municipalities
uskiug fur Iheir support iu Ihis cun,
tiecliun. "I think," said lite councillor, "thai il. is ipiile in tinier lo du
litis since the situ is the civic eenl re
fur llm l-i,","' i tuwu iu the province."
On lhe secuniling uf Cuuncillur West
or lite ninl mn curried.
Councillor Ward was given leave uf
absence for sis weeks, iu order lo uu
Icrluko u course of military training
ul l'eluwuwa.
Ilefore departing fur l'eluwuwa, how
ever, Councillor Wunl moved Ihul ifiiiiil
be eJpeliiluil upon lhe lixiug up of
Woodlands whurf, which was accord
ingly curried Alsn Councillor Wunl
proposed Ihs calling fur lenders on lhe
grading of Iveilb ruud eust und on Mc
1 urlney bridge.    Carried .likewise.
Tin- cniineil lliin adjourned fur u
brief spell iulu a committee of lhe
whole.
Healthy Condition
Of North Vancouver District
ONLY    TEN    SUFFEBEBB    IROM
"DISEASE OF BIAS AND
FBEJUDIOB"
BEBVE     MAY     COMMENTS     ON
BATUBDAY'S POLLINQ
lleeve Muy, during u brief session of
the districl coujicil iust evening, dwelt
contentedly upon lhe results uf lusl
.--.iim nn voting upun the eleven by
luws, the returns beiug formally recited
bv Districl I'lerk J. (1 Farmer. "II
is indeed most gratifying lu llm coun
cil," said llie smiling reeve, "und it
musl be equally gratifying lu Hie rale
payers uf the districl, lhal ull Ihusu
eleven bylaws should carry hu well.
The municipality, which lius nuw uu
electorate of uboul 8,000, muat be in a
hue mniii,. condition when unly ten
are to he found wlm ure suffering frum
Ihc disease of bias and prejudice." Tbe
leu votera referred lo were those who
regislered themaelves us opposed lo
Ihc passage of Hm Hecuml Narrows
bridge bylaw.
The healthy condition described by
Communication
Nurlh Vaueouver, ISth July, lllli
The Hdiiur,
The Kxprcss,
iN url li   Vuneuuver.
Iicur Sir:
In^yhe Lynn Valley noles in vuur
inniii- uf lusl Tuesday you stale Ibul
llm Nurlh Vuncuuver Hockey I'lub
failed lu keep ti cricket Iiiiun agaiusl
l.ynn Vulley lusl Saturday. I sliull be
obliged >l you will contradict this, us
llie notice referred lo was lbe llrsl
iiiiiuiiiliuu we liud lliul we hud u lin
lure tu pluy cricket wilit anybody.
I um sorry lu deprive I,win Valley
ui ibe "victory" they claim    If they
mill., a few mure fixtures Of Hits de
scriptiou they uiighl lo have a very
successful season!
Vuurs faithfully,
THI) H. BAV1.IH
i uplaiii Nurtli Vane. Hockey
i'lub.
ShM»Gure
..... .Annua HIAI.8THEI.UNGg
STOPS COUGHS pbice. js cmis
If yuu have any property lo sell uir
waul '|inilt results, list il with Shurl,
l.'.ib. it. un ami Seymour. t.f.
SOME SPECIALS
AT
Our Great Clearance Sale
MEN'S WHITB CANVAS OXFOBD8 11.76 pair
MEN'S TAN OALF OXFOBUB, regular 161)9      UM pall
MBN '8 VIOI KID or OALF, regular 11 Ao U.lt pair
LADIBS' TAN OALF PUMPS, regular »4.00  11.96 pair
LADIBS' ALICE BLUE POPLIN TIBB, regular Um  11.76 pair
LADIBS' WHITB TENNIS BALS, to clear      11.00 pair
BOYS' LACROSSE SHOES, lu dear •- -66c pair
BOYS' SCHOOL SHOES, to clear..... 1100 pair
MBN'S KIP BLUOHBBS, to clear 11.76 pair
MEN'S TAN OBAIN BLUOHEB BALS, regular 1160, to clear   .12.116 pair
(1IKLS TAN OXFORD TIBS, regular UM, to clear »L76 gift
Bvery Boot aod Shoe reduced from 10'/ to Mr/,
—-5—————————-—-
Wood-Paige Shoe Co.
FIRST STREET EAIT
Phone 393 Mount Crown Block, Opp, City Hall
" '■
tmmmmmmmtmtmwm
HAMMOCKS
OET ONE OF OUB HAMMOCKS AND ENJOY YOUBBEI.F AND BB
HBALTHY BY HAVING LOTB OF PUBB AIB. WB ALSO HAVB
BVBBYTHINQ FOB THB OAMPBBS.
paine & McMillan
Wholesale and Retail Hardware
Phone 12. FIRST STREET AND I ..ONSDALE
OIPSY FOBTUNK TELLING
w,uiiuii'. to an Ai.Tniiiki: That Oaue
True \
Tiie art uf fortune lolling is uo
'luiibl as ubl as any olher form of
liuiuau deception. 11 hus huil couuec
liun wilh numbers, us in lhe baby
liininii cuinpululioiis, willi Ihc earliest
sillily of lbe slurs, us iu astrology, aiul
wilh the -li..iiinii: of csnls or any other
form of chance. The "art" lies iu
huinau nature. II bus mil yul been
given up by the gipsies, nor Is il likely
lu be lost so lung us anything is tu be
gained frum the credulity uf man. A
slury of Archduke Joseph is especially
i ii I ere.nl ing.
On une occasion llm Archduke wus
really warned by u gipsy. It wus just
before the bailie of Hudowa, tu I Miii,
ami lm was sleeping iu u peusuttl 'a
'collage, when in lite middle uf Ihc
night lm wus awakened by it gipsy. On
lln- man being brought tu the bedside
ui tin- archduke lie burs! uul iulu rapid
Uomuliy, declaring ihul llm enemy was
approaciiing wilh ilm intention of sur
prising Hie  A imt i in ns
"The oiilposls have nut hciid juv
tiling suspicious,'' lite Archduke re
marked.
"Nu," replied llie gipsy, "because
Hie enemy is still a lung wuy ulf."
"Huw do you know Ihull"
"Come to the window," said llm
gipsy, leading Hie Arcluluic forward
lo the narrow upenlug iu lhe lutigli
null and direiling Ins gale It. the dark
aky illumined by tin., ruyit of lbc moon
"Vou see Ibuse birds Hying Over Ih"
wood Inward the soulh I"
"Yet," replied lhe Archduke, "I
see them.    Vyiial uf it I"
"Whul uf it," retailed lhe gipsy.
"Do mil birds sleep us .ull as men'
'il.. - certainly would nui u. about ut
•ni,.'bi inne lliiis bud liny mil beeu ili
liirlmil. The enemy is Hurdling llmm,.I
lue woods southward, uml las Iright
uied ami driven the birds before bim
Immediately orders wore given l.n
the -.i.i|. i to be doubled ami lln
intirc camp to be awakeiie.l, lu I.
than Iwo hours after the visit of the
gipsy Ihere lighting was begun, uud'
the greulesl friend the gipsies ever bud
wus ubic lu reulire thut his camp and
tliviaiou, lugellier wilh bis'military re
jululiiiu, hud ull been saved by tne
■ugucily uf a gipsy. V'oulh's i)iii,
| anion.
Advertiser wuuld like In limcl paid
uf tneuus, nul limkiug lur tmnii'diale
returus, willing to iuveil us uu tutliul
elpeuae up lo $6,0011. Object to build
und opcrutc u iruding post un a well
aituatuil Iinlliiii un the mainland within
1100 miles uf Vancuuver. Harbnr m well
slocked wilh i,,iiuinl 1,-sutircen, nmi be
sides operating Hie Irmliug posl ud
verliser wtsites lu obtain by leuse or
puftliuse ur preemption uny .- .. l.ii I.
lands suilubly located fur luwusile or
oilier purposes. Will prove a gilt edge
investment within ti yells Fullct particulars lu buna li.bi-. I' tl Hun 1(86,
Nurlli   Vancouver 2 k
i
Some Everyday
Drug Prices
Enos Sail   75c
Zambuk    35c
Allenbury's Food  H,i
Allenbury's Food, No. 3 Ifc
Pink Hills Mc
Peroxide, per II, , 65c
( uin ura Soap ,, I1)!
Baby's Own Soap ,, 3 lor Jflc
Anti-Colic Nipples 5c each
Absorbent Cotton....' 35c lb.
•»
Wt' have i uml,miiv in slock a complete slock of
Bed Pani, Douche Pans, Hot Water Botllcs, Irri
gators, Elastic Hosiery. Abdominal Bells, Batteries,
Electric Belts, Trusses, and, in fad, everything in the
sick room line not usually stocked by smaller drug
slores.
Phone 311 and your order will he rushed lo any
pari of lhe cjty.
>
North Shore Drug Co.
P, S. THOMAS, Phro. B.
Druggist, 116 Esplanade We,f

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