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N08T« VWRWVUfi B.C., Tbbbpay, Marph 7,4911
Number 50
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OPTIMISTIC
S
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Bridge Subsidy; Federal
Buildings for North Shore
A telegram Irom W. J. Irwin it Ottawa to Alexander Philip, preiident nl
th* local Board nl Trade, rseefved thii
laorning ttstes "Protneols for .Second Narrows Bridge subsidy this ses-
ilon very bright, Dominion building
lot North' VB»cQUv*r pr*eMosl|y u»-
■urcd, Board of Trade incorporation
nQW effeclerl. All other iimtteri re
oajving alten'ivu coniblorution.''
Inlormition o| * nioit reliable nature gathered Irom other lources leads
to tbe conclusion that the Dominion
isbridy lor th* bridge is prattically
■fsured to th* Burrard Inlet  Tunnel
tnd Bridge Company a* soon at en
agreement with tbe V, W. A V. Bail-
way Company granting them mine
concession lor ths relinquishment ol
l heir claim in' tbt subsidy and in tho
charter lor the construction ol u railway bridge, Suggestions as to ihe
nsturs of this oonceiiion have already
been made from influential sources and
are ol such a nature ss to leave no
doubt that an amicable adjustment
will bs reached. Ths representatives
ol the V. W. k Y. By. Co. arrived in
Ottawa this week and it is hoped tl
csrry negotiations to an early und
successful conclusion.
City Council Makes Record
for Despatch of Business
Last evening'! msstiag of the city
lilheri, with Acting Mayor Mcltae in
ths cbsir tnd sll the member, except-
ing tho.e in Ottawa present, was u
record one lor brevity, the terminating point being shortly after nine
o'clock,
I'utteapondince wu rend ai lollowr.
From H. 0. Couitau, asking lor n
mad lo bis properly, lot 6-3-616. Referred lo tbe Board of Works-
From W. C. Wile., asking il it wai
the council's intention to extend btli
slrett between Bidgeway and St. An
drew'. Ave. Relerrod to tho Board ol
Work*.
i From Mrs. 'loo. Folheringhuni, ssk-
ing lor t street grade at the corner
ol Kiilh Boid and Moody Avenue (oi
. dwelling end store ibe wui building.
Bel. to the engineer to report.
From S. J. ('. Atkins, giving notice
of orginitstion meeting ol (ha "Mudo-
Mewed, fair moci.tiou In ibe
Board of Trad, room., Vancouver, on
March 6th.
From tho gener.l luptriiitciidoiit's
..Hi" , C. P. R., Vancouver, idviiing
that on Mr. Bujtuod'i return- Irom the
Mil the eity'. letter re a crowing over
the company', track, would be
brought to bu attention.
From H. E. Kemp, .ccrelury lerry
boerd, acknowledging city's rcioiutipn
r. overhead bridge crowing C. I'. H.
tncki snd intimating the board's
willingness lo co-operate wilh (ho
council in the matter ou .Mr. I'm-
teed'i i.turu. Two mewlieri ul the
board had been eppoinlwl on 1 lure-
milt*, end Aid. Smith and llcndcruin
were appoiuted Irom tbo city Council.
Froi*sX\|luB.ylii, aellng C.s.C,
scknowltdging city Y'resiilution re sub-
VS* uiiderueetb ('.Pit. Ireeki. Hs
intimated diilricl council', intcuiiun
lo co-oper.le with the dty in thi.
m.ller.   Filed.
From H. E. Km) tses. lerry board,
recommending, pur knt ol a resolution from the Ratepayer.' Auocittion
through the Bosrd ol Polios f'ommii-
lionen thai a dilutable be detailed on
ths lerry wharf to meet .very lerry.
Commiiiioiier Williams said that
this was an urgent matter as the
traffic wu becoming greater and
tear* wert sol* committed oa Ih. I.r
ritt in th* w*y ol foul language and
tin board deesud it eipsdienl that an
officer .hould be on Ihe wb.rl al Ihoio
times. Ths conitsbl. should meet sli
the bosls. Hs sppeslsd for e recom-
m*nd*Uou from th. council to th* polio* oommiwiontn. Commitrionsr P.
L*rson ipoke in • like strain.
Aid. Kittaoo ttovsd thai th. chair-
man of th* polios commissioner, be
asked to call a Dusting of tbe boar
at an early del* to' take the mallei
up. Th* rttolution pausd.
From lb* provujci.l premier', office,
acknowledging receipt of city's rc»o-
liltion r. tht Uud Registry Act.
From th* provincial public work, de-
p.rlaunl r* th* construction "I (bt
road through Moodyvjll. and D. I.
?72-» .UiIng tbst it wu Ihe intention of tht government to commence
■ wo/h on th* road *t an tsrly dale.
Tht new road through Moodyvllle
would follow vtry nearly Iii* rout* of
Ou old road.
From Clwk Shepherd, recommending
in view of th* drcuaWl encci arising hi
urn/Mction with th* Victoria oloclfom
tb*t * cvmsaittt* from ths council Im
appointed lo ooniidor who should be
nsisssd and the nam** to b* pfaeed
public meeting
thi^evening
Dr. Elliott 8. Bows, Manager
of. tho Vancouver Tourist and
Information Bureau, will address a public meeting ol buti-
noss nun at ths City Hall this
ovening at sight o'clock upon
tho subject "Community Publicity." Tbs mooting is called'
by the Joint Civic Advertising
Committee.
on tbo votors' lilt. Tho whole council
wa« appointed a committee.
From tbc Fratornol Ordor ol Eugles,
ssking council to consider their formal
application for a large plot in tbo
comotcry lor Ihe buriul ol their mem-
bcri. Aid. Bin said Iho mutter would
receive immediate attention a* soon as
ths mayor und Aid. Diok returned
Irom the oait whon it would be decid-
od definitely il the lite iliould be
changed or not.
From tbe M. P. Cotton 0o. adviiiug
that Evani, Coleman It Evam hod intimated thut they could nol deliver
vitrified lower pipe under their contract to North Vancouver while the
city engineer adopted iucIi rigid rule!
in examining the pipe. II Ihe pipe
wai impeded on the cnipany'i
whurl in Vancouver tho colt ol Irani-
porling Ihe nill« buck would be avoided. To onnble them lo continuo tlieir
work on tho Lonidale Ave. etorin sewer thoy aiked that ionic incuni be
adopted to comply with the wiiliei
ol Ki urn. Colcniun k Evani.
Evani, (oilman k Kvani allcgod, in
a letter along similur linos that Ihe
engineer bad returned two car loadi
intact without giving any reuiun.
Thoy objocied to this way ol Inspecting and unlew llie inip,-ciii>n wai
made on their whnrl Ihiy would be
unable lo iliip any more pipe under
Ihe Norlh Vuncuuver cntracli, allowance being made lor breukugc in
Iran til.
Hi. engineer replied to these chufgei
by laying thut the ipccificntioiu culled for a certain claw ol pipe mid be
wai standardizing the pipe accordingly. He hud previously pointed out to
Mr. Poller the compnny'i agcnl, that
the ipmliiy ol Mime ol thcic pipei win
not whut it rhould In and Mr. Poller
rcpliod thul be hud not then read Ihe
ipeeilicntiuiu. You hud belter read
them, observed the engineer. Mr.
llanes denied Ihul ho bad ruluil-
od two car loud, al alleged. The Majority ol the pipe wss all right especially thai I'liuc mod by the Mac Ion-
ii.-ll (iiowiki Co., but there wero mine
pipe, which h. would nol accept, e>-
podally the large pipe complained ol
by Mr. Cot I on whidi bud large lire
cracks clour through tho shell rendering 11.. >i> unequal to Ibe wuter . lest
prescribed.
It wu Aid. Kittson's opinion Ibst
Evans, Coleman l< Evans were o.it ol
their province iu uddrc.ing Ihe c.,un-
dl on tbit mailer. It wai wilh Ihs
oonttectori that Ibe council bad to
deal. Ho moved that M. P. Cotton k
(Jo. be **k*d to abide by lbs it/edfi-
ciUoni of tbe contract. Aid. 'leader-
ion seconded the motion which pawed
Two leeolutioni Irom lbs Rslopoy-
ori' Awodation which were dealt villi
el last Week's meeting wero taken in
read and filed.
From Bonn. Ballon and Ew-lcigh,
asking perraiwioii on behalf id Jf'-uri.
I*tl and Him to erect ares space underneath Ihe eidowalk on pint itreot
in front ol their new block. Thii wui
granted subject to th* approval ol th.
engineer.
A. Williami asked for tho opening up
ol Kidgowny Ave. between Ksifb road
end lion street and a sidewalk to lots
«■ 106-650. It wu referred to the B.
of Works.
Tbe engineer adviied Ibat lorn* of
the tower pipe being put In by
Macdonndl Growtti would nol itind
Ih. water let. He had adviied thorn
that he coidd not paw the work. It
wu hii opinion Ibat dl tbo pip*
should bt l»t»n«* before Uu tranche.
woro filled in and tho mine had been
communicated to the contractor!. The
council sanctioned the engineer's
action in this matter and on the motion ol Aid. Henderson and Kittson,
oopies ol this roport will bo sent to
the contractor!.
An application from Iho B. C. Society for the Prevention of Cruolty to
Animals lor a grant wai tiled.
Tendon for tbe alterations to tho
city ball wore opened ui follow!: Allan and McKay, $6,500; Munvillo and
Wuodard, {6,660, ind Smith Bros.,
$6,743, The fminei was acceplud. Tendon for supplying lidowulk lumber to
the city wore recoived Irom the North
Vancouver l.iiniliei Co. the price quoted being $16 per M and Irom the Seymour Lumber Co. at 118 per M. ih
contrucl was uwurded lo the N. V.
Lumber Co.
Tho following plans wuro pusicd I
Block 986, D.L. 646, loli 31 and 33,
block 49, D.I, 648 und blocks 317A
uud 330A D.L. 646 and 646.
Acting Mayor McRau iuid It wai
liia intention upon the return ol the
mayor to resign the diuirmaiiihip ul
the finance committee.
The engineer reported ai lolluwi on
the installation nl sanitary iowoti on
the local improvement plan on the Esplanade, 1st, 3nd and 3rd streets. The
estimated colt per street wui given by
■trout ai Kiplunude uud Creicent
.heel from St. (icorge'i to Si. Du-
vid'i Ave. $33,460, dty'i iharu 11,110;
lit ilrevt Irom SI. Patrick1! Ave. to
St. David's Ave 110,837; 3nd street.
300 feci oait ol St. Andrcw'i lo Si.
David's 114,800, city's iliure 1106, uud
3rd itreet from St. Andrew's to St.
David'i $16,784, city'i share' «1,2»0. _
The report wui adopted.
Aid. Bin wanted to kno*w il anything wui being dune in regnrd io
widening Die Gfund Boulevard to n
unilonn widlh of 160 .feel from Si.
(Icorge'i lo St. Andrew'! Ave. nn.l
dOWII  Junes Avo.
Acting Mayor Mcliuo laid that lust
yeur'i council hud not made any pro-
niiiei in rcgurd to expropriating
I."..I- It occurred to Aid. Smith
(but the 1010 council bud passed u
motion to expropriate (he necessary
properly and the awewor bud beep instructed to report on the est.
Aid. Kittson itrungly objee i<d In the
ooundl expropriating oi) ill pal ii.i-
liative in, thii caie. If J ho pnpi'ly
owneri canio foxwuid wMi a |.'li'.iun
under local improvomonl he would Ui
agreeable to institute expropriating
proceedings. Tho matin wai iiniJIy
loll wilb tbo pinks and Innci commit
toe lo bring in a report.
I'.iiincil adjourned al 9.30.
mints imposed upon the automobilists
in th|s,act may seem rather stringent
but it is t recognition ol I he principle
that on the road tbe pedestrian has J
first place, tho horse the second, and
the. mechanically propelled vehicle the
third. It will tend to muke drivers ol
motor can more careful, and their
punishment (or wrongdoing moreiurc.
Tbo Premior's smendraont to the
Coal Minoi Regulation Act wai con-,
lidorud by many to bo the moit iin
portant bill of the session. To mis
not actually engaged in coul mining
moit of its clauses must iccm unintelligible, but those who ihould know
■ay that it safeguards tho working
coal minor in almost every possible
way, and Mr. Huwlhornthvvaito, who
had criticiied somo of the sections rather sovorely, admitted when il cumo
up lor third rending that the bill wus
a credit to the government and to the
legislature. \Jr
Hon. Dr. Young's amendment to the
Health Act to provide lor the inspection of logging canipi, mw inill.1 uud
mini.ii placet, ihould uml." lor better lanilation where it i often much
needed. Hii other lun.'iidin.'iil, a con
iciouce clause excusing vaccination to
the scrupuloui unli-vuccinationiili.
may not make for public health, but
it   certainly • provides lor
Dredging First Narrows;
Work to Commeiice Early
"You may announce that tbe work
of dredging the First Narrows ol Bur-
rurd Inlet i. lo be proceeded wilh immediately on the urrivol ol tbo new
dredge which ii ei|>octed in about ten
days—no truth iu rumor ol drodgo be
ing first lout to Albcrni."
The above tolegram received from
Ottawa was sent by W. J. Irwin, representing North Vancouver Hoard ol
Trade on tbo delegation at present in
Ottawa, to Alexander Philip, preiident
ol the Bosrd ol Trade.
District Council Considers
Many Road Applications
The regular meeting ol the district
council wui held lait Thursday with
Acting-Reeve Allan presiding and all
llie councillun excepting Coun. Ward
present.
A. mull thcro wai a largo batch ol
correspondence, principally applications lor roods. Those read were as
follows:
Prom C W. Mathcri aiking (or the
i em. ii a I ol u number of stumps on t he
road ullowniico iu Iron! ol hii prem-
individual | !„, „, (J,, «.|s, „,,„„£ (j, £,, 1063.
convenience in muny cases. The Irani- ■ Hclerred lo the Board of Work*,
ways inspection ncl i. another meat-1 j,-r„a j_ ft Bunker, aiking injure   thai   tcndi   to   greater   publio | raUMt |ur |jUti|ovarding 100 feet iu frunt
lufety.
Among regulative acts ol considerable importance WCl'U tllC hue In ii
ance bill and the Trust Companies Act
both brought down by Attorney-General llowier. The trust Companies
bill ii intended to imuro greater
lately lor thole who place their money wilh Trust Companies lor investment. The Fire Iinuruncc bill which
comes into force ut the beginning ol
next year, will harmonise u m  regulation! and (uxution. provo a defence nguinst incendiarism, and ul tlie
.'■aim time place companies with local
agents on an equal looting with out-
lido coinpunies, which have formerly
oicapcd luxation in this province.
(Continued next Issue)
FIBE CHIEF ASKED TO KESlfiN
Incorporated in the recommends'
lions from the lire und light committee to the council last ovening wai .
report ol tbe chairman in ibe effect
tbat curtain diiialiilacltoni. o.xislol
omoiig tbc firemen because ol Ihe
treatment received ut the hands of llie
hie chief. Four of Ihe men had seen
fit to leave the service. The Commit-
ice decided to recommend (but Ihe lire
chief bo inked lo resign ul the end ol
the month. The rccouuuciidulioft *
adopted.
ul hii property, loti 17 and 18, block
6, D. L. 663. The account wai lor $8
and wai referred lo the engineer with
power to act. ,
From P. Weitovcr, iccretury of tbs
Lynn Valley Institute hull, it it ing
that tbo present bail wss inadequate
uud it was proposed lo build t row
hull. Ihe institute wai a public
institution for the benefit ol tbc whole
Vulley.
Mr. Allman, ipokosman 'or Ibe delegation, laid thoy wished the coundl
to aid 11., in in appreciation ol their
efforts. I In- preient building wai lot
up lo-'dnlc enough lo moot tho growing population.
J. M. Ei.mime .aid the proposed
building wui estimated to colt $3,000.
there wai u Iree library in connection
mid it wni intended lo have proviiion
mude in Ibe new building lor alb-
Iclici. The apphe.iii,.n was referred Io
llie committee of the whole Council
In m ('. II. Morgan asking (or tbe
grading of 13th itrcct and water con
nection!  to hii property lot 6-8-666.
Bel. to engineer with power to act.
From J. A. Mayhood and others,
asking lor a means ol acccei into lots
33, 33, 34, 36, block 3, D.I, 786, to
onsblo ibem to get in building mot ir-
iuli. Two homes wore projected. Bel.
lo tho engineer to report.
From Jsi. Roberts asking lor road
connection! to hii property loti 1, 3,
3, 4, block 3, III.. 600. He also asked that lomo dangerous trcei.be ic-
movod nearby. It wai referred lo 'ho
Board ol Work*.
From the dty clerk, North Vancouver, lubmilting a roiolutiol) pulled at
a recent meeting in regard to taking
immediate steps toward providing a
temporary loot bridge over tbe C.P.
R. tracks at tbs Vancouver approach
lo the ferry wharf. It wit reml
to reply that tho district would to-op-
er.t. in any way possible.
From Mr.. Kule Hepburn, making
* third application for a roud uud water connections lo her lots, 17 and 18,
block 4, D. L. 600.
Coun. I outei |aid at the present
time there wm no rosd allowance.
Tho engineer was instructed to report
on tbo cost ol getting water to (bo
properly. Tbe matter ai to a roud
will be taken into comidcration.
From iJc. Crouton, aiking when a
road would bs put into tbo NE part
of D. L. 617. Ho owned lots 17 lo31,
block 3 und wai waiting lo build. Referred to the II. ol Works.
From S. Ginttburger ro a notification tbat damage had been done lo
Hollyburu wbarl.   Although Ihe " d
(Continued on pigt 6)
Provincial Legislature
Review of Ihe Session
Just Cloted.
(Eipreu ipccinl correspondent)
Victoria, March I—The second sei-
•ion of ths twelfth parliament ol British Columbia, which wai prorogued
by Lieutenant-Governor Putenon ou
Wednesday afternoon, wu s remarkably quiet and non-contentious ono,
and for that very reason, in ull probability, more actual legislation wu
put through in tbo seven week, that il
luted than in many a noisier and
longer period. Tbe number of bills introduced in proportion to tboso that
actually bceomo law was remarkably small, 'or of 88 mauures thut
went through first reading uiont wai
given to 78. Of tbo laller 63 wero
public tnd 16 were private billi.
To attempt to give my expended review of lb* legislation in * tbort sr-
lids, would be impossible, but some
of the leading legislation It worthy
ol mention. Thcro woro loverej^ Im-
portsnt measures making lor' frsalar
public safety. Among these was At-
tornty-Oenerij Bowser's bill to' regulate automobile Iridic.    The reuuirt-
IHE   CHINESE   FAMINE  REI.IEE
FUND
Mr. Philip deiires lo acknowledge
receipt ol the following nuns towards
this land making u total lo dule ol
S78.36 which he hui forwarded to the
troaiurcr ol the Vuneouver fund for
Iho inme object :
Por Rev. J. H. Hooper  $21.00
Por R«v. W. C, Scbliobter  34.78
Alex. Philip  10.00
Bov. .1. D. Gillnm     6.00
A Friend     1J50
W. Knowles     1.00
■I. 1. Oilligher    6.00
LICENSE BOABI) MEETING
The quarterly meeting ol the North
Vancouver Bourd of Liccnie I'oinniii-
doners will be held in Ihe cily hall
tomorrow eflernoon. Interest will
centre  ih   Mown. B. E.   Mucnagbten
lllld   P.   Huehm.M'ii',   application for   0
bottle license.
N. V. HOCKEY TEAM WINS
Before a large and ontfamiutic
crowd ol spectators at tho Boulovsrd
grounds here but Sulurday eflcruoou
the North Vancouver hockey playori
put a quiet ui on any ho|>o> tbo   Van-
W. C. T. U.
Norlh Vancouver ladies are reminded ol tbo parlor meeting to bs bdd
tomorrow (Wcdnoeday) afternoon at
Ilic resilience ol Mn. Joi. Hay, 614)
-licet coil. Mn. Bryan, diilricl pre
lidont ol Vancouver will prciide.
Memben urgently rtquetled lo be
proton!.  Time 3.46 to 4.30 p.m.
SENT UP FOB TBIAL
I
BID OF 100.03 ACCEPTED
Tho bid of A mil i m Jarvji I. Co. ol
Toronto ol $100.03 lor ibe city's 30-
year 6 per cent, debenture iwue ol
$141,000 wui, upon the recommendation of the finance committee ncceptisl
at last evening', cily council inert ing
V, Graham, a well known resident
ol this dty wu jeiienlaj morning
tent up lor trial on t chugs of having illegal rclitioui wilb a young girl
between ths age. ol 14 and 16 years
couici aggrcgulion might bave bad'about (be 16th ol May last year. The
towatd. giving Iree tran»portation to; court was presided ovtr by .Justices ol
Ihe Dick (up which wu bung up by1""1 r»*c' Wood' ""* Kownian endep-
hi   u      r  ni j. i    .L i P»eriog for Ihs defense wu H. D. Rug-
Aid. V,m. 1, Dick for Ih. most num-    ,      ;..,,« j ,
gin of Norlh Vincouvtr ind lor the
ber ol win. iu a .eric, ol three gtmei LroMCUtioD Hamilton Bald of lb. Van-
between Vancouver and Norlh Ven-lcouver firm of Bowser, Raid tnd Wall-
couver.     When Ih. game wa.   called bridgs.
Sal unlay each club bad s win lo ill j Tbe caw wu twice before remanded'
credit and during the course of tbc because of ths inability of tbe pnn
could Ibe crowd went wild wilb ox-: ciple witness to bt present, but on
. iieiiient over Ihe single Victoria, of! Monday morning ill the pirtic. wen
ilnii (avoiite ployen. At ths conclu- present, Although only s prelimio-
-lon ol llie game with 3 gosls to I iu ■ ery bearing ii took nearly two hour*
lavor ol Norlh Vancouver, Ihe ihoul- to heir th* svidsnos which wu heard
iug could be heard it Norlh Lon.dile. (behind doted doon.
Tlie iiieccw ol Ihe win wu drunk witb'   It ii understood Ibat no amount ol
maple leaf;dam:e
Ihe next regular dance of Ilic Maple
l*nl Dancing CInli will be bdd in Ihe
Horticultural ball on Friday evening
ol thii week. Wernor'i orchestra will
be on di.i with uu unusually attractive program.
" Tbe SS. Fugnl unloaded u curgo ol
bay und grain al the Hruckman uud
Ker wbarl this morning. The cargo
wai consigned lo this firm. .
Remember I The Hicks choir of 60
voice! of Ihe filb Ave. Methodist
church will give a grand lacrcd long
radial in the North Vancouver Methodist oburdi'on Tuesday ovening, Mar.
Wt*. Hasp Un. date for the rsoU.1.
eBBBBBI
scleral bumjicri in the bandiomc Ir
C Hi'
i" hll
phy w Inch |,y the way coil $30 to fill
each time.
Il wai Ihe home teain'i gome Irom
Ibe f.iee oil and although Mr. Dcane,
one of the Vancouver players, wu injured by a unity cut over bis tyc
which required lo be .owed up at Ibe
Norlh Va,ir..uver, Ibui miking the
visitor, one man sborl, the local eir-
von icomod tq havo more advantage
when tho hill Vancouver team we.
playing than when tbey were 00* nun
short. The first hall wu very mscb
in lavor'of Die locals while ths risk-
on bucked up loniewhat In the beginning ol ihe second half. They laded
lo make good connection, through the
.uperiqr' ability of goal tender Mori
den and did iwt sours their toilttry
goal till near th* does of tat gam*.
cross examining could sbske Ibe wit-
nsu's .t.timenli wbioji wore corroborated by lbs evidence of plber members ol lb. lamily u lo data..
A new Bsbekah lodge wai lormud in
the dty last evening wbm tbom f3
memben wsr.t enrolled. Th* temporary officer, sppointed wsr. Mrs. Mor-
kit prssiaeiit end Mr*. (Dr.) Moiii.on
sscret'ary. The nam* of taw new lodge
i. "Truth."
ftiWKB Af ABDEH
At i*.t ovening. dty r
ing lb* Coluabf* Foundry wm ew.id
od lb* oontrict for iu|iplyj,ig lb* eity
will) iover* (or wwsr manholtt  lu<
MMM. two*
THK gXPRRga, NORTH VANCOUVER, S, C,
■ !■ ..itisiisi
a-
Supert> Cutlery and
Table Furnishings
'   .    11 i»5!S»»iSb»wp«w^"^ ■
Our stock, of cutlery presents a broad field for
tlie selection of hjgh-clasa durable goods.
In our cutlery, only the best steel is used,
which is a great factor in assuring the purchaser
' complete sulib(ai:tion.    -
Pur spbops snd other table accf>sories of this
sort sre exceptionally well proportioned snd
neatly made.
As we manufacture practically all the goods
we sell in this line, we csn conscientiously
recommend them to all buyers.
*/<   See our chests of solid silverware, goods
which are positively the finest in the land.
Henry Birks & Sons, Ltd.
Jewelers and Silversmiths
Hastings & Granville Sis.
Geo. E, Trorey,
• Mintging Director
1_
THE LONSDALE PHARMACY
ME
~J|-   When you deal at the Lonsdale Pharmacy you
get exactly what you ask for at the right price.
*j|   Special attention paid to prescriptions and family
recipes.      *       •  ,   »      •"     • -
*jj   We carry a complete line of Stationery and Drug
Sundries.     -...,,.
Telephone L 29      A.,. Tv,0N, tm.      Cor. Lonsdale k8t.
MVMVii«MM»l«JHB
Parkdale Finest Alberta Butter 30c, lb.
May Flower, Spring Brook or Ayrshire Rote 3 lbs. $1.00
5 Ihs. of good Tea       •       -       .'     .      •       1.50
5 lbs. of better Tea 1,75
5 lbs. ol the best Tea    .....       2.00
AT
GLAVERIB & ARCAND
Corner First Street and St. George
FRUIT   PRODUCE
CONFECTIONERY, CIGARS, Etc.
WHOLESALE ONLY
PETERS & DOYLE
120 Second Street Eatt.
Telephone 206
Convenience to North Vancouver Merchants
Buy is Your Own Tews, Year O  art Ssttdled
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They both began at the same time.
Which Do You Use?
add hW
do not soil ihe hands or stain or ruin cooking u
oanis ran soqiUt m mm ctsu it
K. s. McWWELf,
ft. O. MJCOMMl'N-S, 10, lot etor.
Weit Vancouver News
(Bsprssa special correspondent)
, The weakly meet; o| the West, Vancouver Athlstio Olitb wss held on Mon-
i|ay svenlng Isst »nd » ronst snjpy-
aliln timi WIS spent in Indian ('lull
drill and aseroisss on tho horizontal
har. J( wss OMldBd to purflhis* a
mat in pilot of tht hay which bit
temporarily been used it 1 substitute.
Mr. Charles Nelson has gone sway
south fqt.lwn or thru months  ind
More leaving Vancouver put a subdivision in iliilriot lot Wit on the market, which goes under the mime of
"llolle-Vue." These fine lots sre now
for sail at th* office ol Andrew E.
Lidtllo, BOO Bastings street west, Vuneouver, who has ths oioluiive ogency
lor tbe handling ol this subdivision.
It his booi) docidod to put on nn ultra lorry run on Sundays commencing
Irom liih March, which will leave ths
city whirl it S p.m. ind Hollyburn
it 6.90 p.m. Thii will bt moro convenient lor times who wilh to visit
their friend* in West Vancouver and
also lor those* wishing to attend
church on Sunday evening in Vancouver.
West Vancouver's Arst store is now
open lor business snd is under ths
charge ol Mr. ('roarer. A general
stock ol groceries snd proyisions will
be csrried whioh will be i greit advantage to all thoss who ire now residing in this distriot. The post office
will shortly be moved into this building md is it is situated on the Keith
Boad and near the wharf it will be
most convenient.
Ths real estate market ia this section has been exceptionally brisk during ths psst month and a groat deal
ol property has chsngsd hinds. Th
is so doubt that people ure now beginning to rcaliie what a great (uturo
lies befors Weit Vancouver and lait
week-end (lie Weil Vancouver lerry
carried over two hundred puasengen.
Ons ol the mint enjoyable walki in or
hi.Miii.l Vancouver can lw had by taking thii ferry to Hollyburn wharf and
those who took advantage ol
the fine weather luit Saturday and
Sunday were not diiappoinled with
their first impressions ol thii beautiful locality.
The West Vancouver Transportation
Company have purchased a very fine
40 h.p. Cowie gasoline engine lor thoir
launch "Sea Foam" and this boat has
lieu iii dock at New Weitminiter lor
tht put week being thoroughly over-
limited und having tho now engine in
italled. The "Sea Poem" will moit
likely be ready to lake the Weit Vancouver run nest week and a. her
.peed will lw greatly increaiul il ii
int.ndnl to make the round trip every
hour during llie lummcr monthi. A
•cow Inn now been purchased to meet
the demand lor carrying freight and
many load, ol building material have
already ben carried over to Hollyburn wherl.
has been established, snd lloenstd are i
(1) Tp export to tht Pflfflifllftn si
Canada the inanufauturtd products of
fireclay and other like mineral sub-
stances, und in particular Wnipslm-
ilg, glS retorts, coke ovoii block.,
bricks, tiles, pipes, hnths, sanitary appliances, ventilating appliance!, and
nilii'i in i) articles.
li) ft) wry an business within Ihs
sstd Dominion as general builders and
contactors, decorators, and mnnuliiu-
turors ol or dealers, in ill and building requisites mid iu all such products
and articles uu art mentioned in puni-
Ki'nph 1,
(S) To curry on any other businesses whether manufacturing or otherwise, which may seem, to lbs Company
uupablii ol being conveniently oarrioil
on In connection with any of the
above ipociliod objects, or oaloulit-
ed directly or indirectly, to enhance
the value nl or render profitable, any
ol tbt I'linipnny'i property or rights.
(4) To apply for, purchase, or otherwise acquire any patents, brevets
d'iiivontioii, licenses, concessions md
tht like conferring, IIS exclusive oi
non-ex elusive or limited right to uss
qr my secret or other information is
to any invention whioh may seem capable ol being used lor any ol ths pin-
poses of ths Company or the .acquisition of which may snora calculated directly or indirectly to benefit this
Company, and to use, exercise, develop or grant licenses in respect ol, or
otherwise turn to account tbs propel-
ty right and inlormation so inquired,
(IS) To purchase or otherwiss acquire sad undertake al) or any Part
ol the business property and liabilities
of any 'person or Company currying
business which this Company
LECTURE
BY
MR.CJINARAGADASA,B.A.(C«mh.)
in
URSON'S PAVIUON
Wednesday, March 8fh, at 8 p.m
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D« ROt mitt (til Intellectual Treat. Admitijon: 25c. ud 10c.
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LVNN VALLEY NOTES
The nsw 1're.byterian church build
ing i. now almost completed and details are being arranged witb regard
lo lb. opening It is ho|ied tbet ths
dedication will take place on April
0th at II o'clock in the morning witb
Dr. i'idgeon preaching the dedicatory
sermon. It is especlod at Ibia service
to combine Ihe dedication and 111.
•acramenl ol the Lord'i Supper.
ST. ANDUEW'S LADIES' DANCE
The ladies St. Andrew's and Caledonian mciety ol thii city propose
holding i deuce in the Horticulture!
bsll on the eveuing ol March 31it.
Odd, lancy or evening drew will bt
permissible. Chinee's three-piece orchestra hu boon engaged and t
feature on th. program mil be the
dancing ol the "lool't jig" at Iho midnight hour in March ii giving way to
April-th. arrival ol April Fool's
diy- .,
LICENSE TO  AN EXTBA-I'BOVIN-
CTAL COMPANY
COMPANIES ACT
(July lit, 1010)
CANADA t
Province of British Columbia.
No. ista (1010)
This is to certify tbst "THE
LEEDS mECLAY (CANADIAN
HKAN('II) COMPANY LIMITED," It
authorized and llssnsed to carry mi
bruin*** within th* Province of British Coliusbis, ud to carry .ml or al-
(sot all or any of ths objsot* of (hi
Company lo which ths legislative authority of th* Iagid*tiir* of British
Columbia extends,
The heed oftos of th* Compmy is
lilu.U in th* City of Moalreel, pro-
vinos of Quebec.
Tbe head omce of Ih. Comp.ny in
thi* Province j. lilu.le st la* f'ity ol
Vancouver, tnd William Eroeet Burns,
who** (ddrsts is Vancouver aforesaid,
is th* *llorn*y for <h« Comp.ny.
Th* aaprunt of Hi. capital of the
f'ompany Is fifty Thousmd Dollars,
divided Into Ons thousand iharet.   '
I
OIVEN under my hmd and
SeeJ of Office et Victoria,
(L. 8.) Province of British Colum-
v Wa, thi* ninth day of February, on* thousand nip* bun-
dred tad eleven.
D. WHITESIDE,
ftsgUlrar of Joint .Stock Cosop*ni*i.
The 1 tiles!. fur irtdsk 'M. Coswenv
on mv
is authorised to oarrj
ed of property luital
poses of the Company.
(6) To enter into any arrangement
with any governments or authorities,
supreme, municipal, local or otherwise
and to obtain from any such government or authority all righti, concss-
lioni and privilege, that may seem
conducive to tbe Company's objects
or any ol them.
(7) To enter into iinrtnorship, oi
into any arrangement for iharing profit!, union ol inieii■■!.., co-operation,
joint adventure, reciprocal concession,
or otherwise with any person or Company carrying on or engaged in or
about to carry on or onguge in any
business or transaction which this
Company is authorized to carry on or
engage in, or any business or transaction capable of being conducted so
us directly or indirectly to benefit thii
Company, and lo take, or otherwise
acquire, shares or stock in, or securities of, and to subsidize or otherwise
assist uny such Company, and to sell,
hold, re-issue with or without gusran-
tee or otherwise deal with such ibarei
■tuck or lecuritics. s
(8) Generally to purchase, takeLir
leaie in oxohungo, line, or olher^iid
acquire any mil m penonal property,
and any righto or privileges which the
Company may think necessary or nn-
venient wilh reforeiicu to uny ol tho
abjocti or capable ol Iwing profitably
dealt with in connection with any ol
the Company1! properly or rights for
the time being, and in particular any
land, buildings, ouicmenti, licenses,
pitents, plunts, machinery, ships,
barges, rolling-stock, ind stock-in-
trade.
(0) To sell the undertaking ol ths
Company or any part thereof for such
comiderution ai tho Company may
think fit, and in particular lor shares
or 'li bent ui.-', debenture stock or other securities , ol uny other Company
having objects altogether or in part
limilar to those ol this Company.
(10) To promote any Company or
companies lor ths purpose ol acquiring all or my ol llio property rights
and liabilities ol tho Company or lot
any other purpose which may seem
directly or indirectly calculated to
benefit this Compmy.
(11) To invest and deal with the
moneyi of the Company not immedi
at"lv required in luch manner ai may
Irom lime to time be determined.
(12) To lend money to such person,
and on such termi ai may loom otpt-
dient, and in particular to oUitomeri
ol and persons having dealings witb
the Company, and to give any guarantee or indemnity as may seem sx-
pudient.
(13) To raise or borrow, or seeure
the payment ol.money in vuch manner and on such terms us may seem
expedient, md in particular by theisms ol debentures or debenture stock
whether pcrpelual or otherwise' snd
charged or not charged upon the
who'.- or any part ol tile piopeily uml
rights of In.' Company both present
end Inline, including ill uncalledcup-
it!!, and lo redeem, purchase, or pay
off my such securities.
(It) To draw, accept, indorse, discount, execute and issue bills ol es-
ebangs, promissory irotcs,debenlurss,
bills of lading, warrants Ind other
negotiable or trmslorublc in.trumentt
or securities.
fit) To remunerate any parlies for
sei vices i cm I ei cd or to lw roudered iu
placing or assisting lo piece any
■hares in th* Company', capital or
•nv debenture., debenture *ioek, or
othsr Mcuritic. ol ths Company or In
or shout ths formitioa or promotion
of lb* Compmy or th* conduct of it*
business.
(10) To do all or any of t he shove
thing! in my ptrt of th* world tnd
althar a* principal., agent*, Oust res,
contractors or otherwise, and either
alone or in conjunction with oihers,
end either by or through agents, sub-
con tract on, trustees or otherwiss.
(17) To sell, improve, manage, de
velop, exchange, enfranchise, Ir.ie,
mortgage, diipos. ol, turn to account,
or otherwi*. deal with all or eny I art
of the property or right* of the (torn-
pany.
(IB) To do all such other thing, os
era incidental or conducive <o the attainment of the above object* snd so
that (hi word "Company" in this
Class* shall b* deemed to Include my
partnership or other body of persons
whether incorporeted or not Iworpor-
.led, snd whether domiciled in th.
United Kingdom or elsewhere, wrl so
that th* obiecl. specified in o.ich of
th* first two paragraph* of this
Clause aha.ll esoept when otherwiss ox-
presesd . la tuch paragraph be in no
wit. limited or restricted by reference
to of inference 'from the term* of my
other paragraph or the nam* ol the
Comoanv.
SS
The
Monarch
Range
At Vancouver Prices.
Soli Agents for North Vawonrsr.
-.-■     u   -   '.'-'.a.
Iatimer & ELLIOH
HARDWARE,
ESPLANADE, next to P. O.
mmmmmmm^rm
m CIBRY CO.
DRY GOODS AND
GENTS FURNISHINGS
torner Lonsdale and Second.
Phone ?59
Pt^sewwaps.
SPECIAL NOTICE
We are overstocked in Cashmeretles, Wrapperetles, etc.,
in a variety of designs, regular values up to 15c     Q1
Our price  OiC
Special line of 36?in. While Cotton, sold every-   1 A _
whereat 15c.   Our price   ivC
N.B. We are direct importers of Staple Goods
from the English Manufacturers. See our values
before buying elsewhere.
SPECIAL NOTICE
THOR
'■-     -■ ■ ■        ■-    ■  ■ ■ -    it
will be on exhibition daily
from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the
B. C. Electric Railway Co.'i
office, 50 Lonidale Avenie
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The Gurney-Oxford Steal Top Rtngt
metns s imrkad living in
fi/e| and bettar baking remits. '
The''CHANCELLOR "anl
only does its work BETTER
but AT LESS COST fom
other Ranges..
We csn demonstrate to you
the whole Snperior CJ»M-
cellor principal of economy
snd efficiency in tea minuttt.
i-
It it not worth that much
of your lime right now ?
The J. D. Fraser Hardware Co.
Phow 58. |33 l^wiait Avewe the mmm mmn vancquvhr, b. c.
THB-bb;
128 Lonsdale Ave*
I
Special
Cash   Discounts
Janwwy
We have just recently added
a now line pf
Maddrass Muslins and
Scrims
ome pretty cuiftirr Muslins
the latqtl opl for
Window Drapei & ciirtsini
Bedding of All
Kinds
TAPESTRY
CARPET
SQUARES
Yw ll find' il hard to beat our
prjcei, we cajry a good asaprtefj
slock, in all lopes and patterns.
ABi
Off Dinner Sets
This Month
FRIDAY i.
BARGAIN DAY
SHOP EARLY
Japanese Rugs and
Squares
They lodk well and wear
well and make a good serviceable   carpet  fpr  qjjice,
library or den.
LINOLEUMS
Now i» the time to choose the
pattern for kitchen, dining
room or bedroom.
We lay Linoleum Free,
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Designs ^ j
in     'J-
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Dreiien §
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$9 up
to $50
We Carry at
Good
a Selection of
: Prices Right
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Lots in Blocks 9, 9a, 15, 15a, 16 and
16a; District Lot 550; now on sale;
also
Acreage in District Uts 544, 545,
546 and 550; subdivided into blocks
of from I to 22 acres.
The Grand Boulevard Extendi
Through This Property.
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For Plant, Price List and Particulars, apply to
The North Vwwuw Land and
Improvement Co. w. ">■■
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MAHON, McFARLAND & PROCTER,
LIMITED,
Seymour Streets. OFFICIAL AQE|NTS.
r, B. C Phone
Corner Pender and
Vancouver
WaMW
fy louts Joseph Vance
Copyrllht, 1008, by tht Bobb.-Mtrrlll Co.
He took ber band ind bowed above
It, but when b|t head wan lifted III'
Still retained ber lingers In a lingering
8|*sp.
"flood nlgbt," bt said reluctantly
In s sut|den Uush of during he turned
Snd nodded coolly to Calendar.   "With
The boat dropped away, Inc oan ll/tliifl
uml /ulllni;.
your permission," be said negligently
ind drew tho girl aside to the angle
of tho stairway.
"Miss Calendar"- be began, but was
Interrupted.
"Here—t say I"
Culendur had started toward blm angrily.
Klrkwood calmly wived him back.
"1 want a word In private wilb your
daughter, Mr. Calendar," be in-
nounccd, with quiet dignity. "I don't
tblnk you'll deny me. I've stved yon
some slight Irouhlo tonight."
I)l8gmulled, Ibe inlv.-ntur.-r paused.
'Uh. all right." ho grumbled, lie returned to the boat
"Forgive me. Mill Calendar," continued Klrkwood nervously. "I know
I've no right to Interfere, but"-
"Ycs, Mr.'Klrkwood?"
"But hasn't Ibis gone fir cnongbf"
be lloundercd unhappily. "I can't like
tbc look of IblngH.    Aro you mire
mrt that It's ill right  with you, I
mean?"
She did not answer at once, but ber
eyes were kind snd sympathetic. Hs
plucked bcarl of tbelr tolerance.
"It Isn't Ion lute yet," he srgued.
"Lot mo take you to your friends—you j
iMiii.i   hare friends In the cily.    Hut
this tiiiii  midnight  flight down ths
Thames, ihlx utuiospbore 0/ stealth
and suspicion, this" -
"Hut my place In wilb my father,
Mr. Klrliwonil." ihe Interposed., "I
daren't doubt blm, dure I?"
"I suppose not."
"So I must gi, ullb lilin. I'm glud-
lliunk you for luilug, dear Mr Klrkwood. And ogniu (tool) nlgbt."
"flood luck attend you." he mut-
lei wi, following her In the boat.
Calendar helped her lu and turned
back to Klrkwood with u look of ureh
triumph Klrkwood wondered If be
bud overheard. Whether or no, lis
could aii,-ni lo be magnanimous. Seizing Klrkwood's hand, he pumped It
vigorously.
"My dear boy, you've been un angel
In disguise. Ami "J guess you think
me the devil In miimjuorudo." He
chuckled, In high coucclt with himself
over the luru of affairs. "Hood night
ami ami lare tbec well!'' lie dropped
Into the hoal, sealing himself i" face
Ibe recalcitrant Mulrcady "Cat! off,
tbcrcl"
Tbe boat dropped away, tbo otrt
lifting and fulling. Wilb a weariful
sense of loneliness and dlsuppuiutiiieiil
Mn. v. 1 bung over tbo rail to watcb
tin-in out of sight.
Soiiiewbai wrurily tbo young man
released tbc railing and ascended Ihe
stairs. "And that U tbe cndl" be (old
himself, slniggllng with au acute sense
of persona) Injury He bad been burd-'
ly used, fur a few bours bis I lie hud
been lightened by tho Ineffable glamour
of romance. SJj n-iy and adventure
bid engugeil hlui He bid served a fair
woman and been ussfe-luted wtyh men
whose ways, however questionable,
were Ihe svuyi of' courage,' hedged
thickly about with perils.
plscousolate ami aggrieved, be gained, the street. He was miles from St.
t'sucrss, (got weary, to sit Intents ind
purposes lost,
lu ibis extremity chance smiled upon
blm. 'flw cabby who *t bis Initial Instance hud traveled this weary way
from "iiiiilruiii mews, after the manner of bis kind, ere turning back bid
sought turceiic of fatigue al tht nearest public, from afar Klrkwood si
the four wheeler at the curb aud made
all haste toward It.
Entering the 'glu mill, he found Ihe
cabby, soothed blm wilh bitter and, In-
structlng bin (or St I'ancrat with ill
spaed, dropped, limp snd listless with
fatigue, Into the conveyance.
CHAPTBB IX.
FllOM tbt commindlug elevation
of tbe bos "Tnrtt V slxl"
enunciated tbt cabby, his tone
that of 1 man prepared for
trouble, Inclined to give trouble 1 welcome. His bloodshot eyes bllnke.l
truculently ut bit alighted (ire. "Three
V six," he iterated aggressively.
An adjucent but theretofore abstracted policeman pricked up but ears snd
assumed in Intolllgept expression.
"ileriiioiulsey 01' Stllrs to Slip' Pill
eras," argued tbe ctbby usscrilvely.
"seven mile by th' ridlus-tbrco 'n'
slxl"
Klrkwood stood on tbt outer station
platform, near tbs entrance to third
class waiting rooms. Continuing to
fumble through bis pockets (or uu clu
she sovereign purse, bt looked up
mildly it tbe man.
"All right, cubby," be sold, with pu
dllc purpose; "you'll get your, (sre In
half a shako."
"Three V slxl" crotked tbe cabby,
like a blowsy and vindictive parrot
Tbe bobby strolled neirer.
"Yes?" ssld Klrkwood, mildly divert
ed.  "Why not sing It, cubby?"
"I.or' lumnicl" Tbt csbby exploded
Willi Indignation, continuing to give a
llfejlke imitation of a rumpled parrot
"I 'ad trouble enough wlf you ut Her
uiomlsey 01' Stairs bovcr thai quid
you promised, didn't I? Slug Iti Sly
heyol" f
"0.uld, cubby?" And then, mucin
tiering Ihut be bid promised the fe|
low a sovereign (or fust driving from
ijundi'iint mews, Klrkwood grinned
broadly, eyes twinkling, (or Mulreudj
must have fallen In-lr to tbst covenant
"Hui you got tbe sovereign? You gol
It, didn't you, cubby?"
The driver alllnued the (set with uu
necessary heat aud profanity tud in
amendment to tbe effect that be would
have spoiled his (ire's ssnguluary
conk hud Ihe outcome been less sails
factory.
(To be continued)
Why Pay
Excessive Prices
when=
TURNER
Can Supply you with
Furniture
Crockery
Stoves
Carpets
Linoleums
and all
Household Requisites
at a Lower Price than elsewhere.
PROMPT DaiVERY ASSURED
MY MOTTO>
"Sni.ll Profit, ind Quick Return."
TURNER'S
70  LONSDALE AVE.
Phone 184
snd Corner Granville end Smyth*
H. D. RUGGLES
BARBI8TEB
NOTARY PUBLIC
133 6th Street Ei.t North Vancouver
Phone 978
The Commonwealth
VANCOUVER'S NEWEST
CLOTHING  STORE
First Complete Showing of New
Spring Goods.
WE SELL EVERYTHING FOR MEN BUT SHOES
THE COMMONWEALTH STORE
W. PICK, Prop.
47 & 49   HASTINGS STREET, EAST  47 A 49
NEXT DOOR TO THE PRINCESS THEATRE
TAKE NOTICE tbat tbc Counoil uf lot Corporation of tbo Cily of North
Vancouver intend, lo construct the following work, ol Local Improvement
under sub-section (Hii} Section 259 ol the Municipal Clause, act, and intend,
to assess the Anal coil thereof upou Ihe real properly limiting or abutting
thereon, and to be benefitted I hereby, and /.hat a ililement showing tbo
lauds liable to pay tbo said uiwiinieul and the names ol the owners thereof, so for a* can lie ascertained from the list revised Assessment Boll is
now on file in the office ol tho Clerk ol Ibe Municipality end is open for in-
spcclion during office hours.
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STREET WORK Cost,
Mtlion Avenue from Burrerd Inlet to
3rd tlreet .lorm drsinige tswor ti.ffl
Chesterfield Ave. from   Burrard Inlet'
to 8rd street ,,.. storm driintgt stwtr   8,900
St. Georges Ave. from Burrsrd Islet
lo 3rd street jlorra drtinigt aswsr   6,480
SI, Andrew'. Ave (rem Burrerd Injell'-i!"!'."'il' 1"! \
'« 3rd strait  itorn drilnag. tswar   8,419
St. i'atriokVAv*. from Burrer<| Inlet
to «rd street,  storm drtlnig* mrer   8/00
Oils'*
Bbero
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3,8*0
North Vancouver, B.0.,
'»«*m»ii.
OHj fjfsrjk 144 *0W
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Miilnsively,     It constitutes in advertising medium ol exceiitiunil Time (or
reaching in a thorough and effective manner tits population of North Vancouver
Pity and District.  Every effort is made to givt sdvertisers tbe most sttlslwtory
< lervicti.
. All obaiiges In contract sdvflrtisements ihould be in the printers' htndt not
Tsuirthsp (0 a.m. Mondav and 6 p.m. Wednesdsy to ensure insertion la the
folio
llowing issue,
!	
North Vanlouvf.k,   II. C.
March 7, 1911
\r
JtQltTH   VANCOUVKK   AND  U.   0,
UNIVHItSITY
Now that the perrminent site (oriiio
provincial university hue been definitely Used by the passage ol a In1!
through the provincial legislature, it
- is in order to consider the situation in
relation to the future requirements of
the North Shore in relation therein.
The situation ol llie university in
such close proximity to North Van
puuver confers vuluuble advantages
with respect to higher educutiol), upon
' tbe youth oi both sexes resident
upon thii side of the Inlet. Under
proper condition! it ihould Ira easily
posiiiil' for a I,,.tint residing at
North Vancouver to live ot homo and
attend the university. In this connection however transportation facilities
become a matter ;if very great importance. The university site is situated ut a distance from the centre
I of Vencouver inch that comiderulilu
time will Ira required to reucli tho colleges under even the best possible arrangement. It is quits evident, however, tli.it ihe transportation of large
numbers of' ituilcnts iucIi ae. muy
reasonably he expected to attend the
univereity, will necessitate the provii
inn ol special facilitiei in thii re-
spoct. As the matter itundi at prtii-
'■ut  ii student residing at North Van
y couver would find it necenary to
make so in.inv chiinge! and would Ira
subjected to 80 niuny delays en route
il the whole body ol.students were required tu travel by means of tho ordinary, cur -1" 'in!'. that reiidencs in
Ibe cily ol Vuneouver would be wcli
nigh imperative. Fl is very desirable
Irom Ihe. local viewpoint that the
North .Shore bo placed in a position
that will enable it to annex tho provincial university to tho local educational   system uud   inaimuch ai   this
I Iruiiiportutinii problem is the key to
the situation, Norlh Vancouver is
very closely interested theroiu. The
opening of Ilic univereity clauses it
yet lometinio in the future it ii true,
and yot il run scurcely bo held to be
too enrly to tuke into comiderulion a
problem which ii destined In lie a very
cssentiul one in rendering the university euiily iccsssibls to the hundred!
ol young men und young women who
will receive their education within ill
wiill" The    ' -1.1I1I1:1,nn nl     of     a
through cur system—a "University
e)peciul"--purticulurly at certain hour,
during the duy for Ilic accommodation ol university itudonli would ap-
peur to bo the best mean, of meeting
the Situation und would prove a great
boon locally by enabling North Vancouver parent! to retain their children
in residence ul home while enjoying
sll the .nl■...ni.,.', ■ ol university training.
MICUCANTII.E     INTKBKST8
CIVIC DKVKI/ll'UKNT
AM)
II a community ii merely a. suburb
ol a large centre ol population having
interest! in every wuy identical with
the whole und looking lor iti improvement uud progrwi to only those
sources which are common lo ths en
'tire city of which it it a part, then
Ih.i presence iu that community ol a
capable and proiperoui merchant cirsi
may jierhupi be held lo be a comparatively unimportant matter. If, however, a community constitutes a separate and distinct civic corporation,
having strong aspiration! und Ambitions in Ihe direction ol city building
on its own account, then the pr-iser.ee
of a largo company ol merohuoti in
all lines, becomes 1 matter of the fore-
moit import unit' and tho wellire of
those merchants become. 1 mitt-jr ol
deep interest to that community.
The diversion ol any Urge- fio-
portion ol local shopping from local
merchants to merchant, of another
community (when the good, required
*re obtainable at local .tore.) unci*
(Hates the conclusion that Uios* rest
dents who habitually do their shop
■ing out of town, think of their own
(dty ai merely a suburb of the  place
"fn which their trading i. done, lor it
I* quite evident tbst if ell resident*
erarc to .follow their example, then
there could bs no local merchants and
without them the local city could
never become anything but 1 suburb of that centre to whioh local resident! contributed all their turnings.
The merchant! and buiiness men nl
any community invariably stand closely related to every movement for the
upbuilding of the city in which their
interests sre located. They tske as
a class sn intelligent and sn aetive
interest in all matters pertaining to
the '.'..'Kin!• of their oity. Their pat-
rnnage constitutes the substantial basis for tbe.presence in any community
nl banks snd other requisite financial
institutions, without which the status
of u city would be impossible uf attainment. They create the distinction
usually made between "buiiseii properly" and "restdentisl property"
thereby giving to a very large proportion of tbo realty 1,revenue earning power to which it could not otherwise hope to attain and Tndirectly
htmefitting a groat deal ol property
not actually occupied by Ihein. It ii
not lufricient tn declare that the merchant! and buiinesi men ol any city-
are helpful factor! in local welfare
and progren, for in point nl lact thoy
are prime laotori therein and indispen-
lible thereto.
A "sn-culled" city which did not
possess a buiineii section within iti
burden would be m inomaly. It
would bo a city only in name, nnt in
luct and iti identity would inevitably
beenme merged into that ol the centre which provided ths necessary laeil-
ities for procuring those commuditiei
required hy tho resident.. Every property owner who con.i.lently do*, hii
buyiug'lor himself and hii houiehold
at horns, miniletti not only a true
sen-.' nl loyalty to his own town but
munileili likewiie the (act thut hs is
alive to hia own interests because th.
Worth nl th. properly tbst h. owns
depends very greatly indeed upon whether it lioi in a tuburb on ths out-
ikirti nl a largi city or clou in in 1
riling, growing, prosperuus city "on
its own."
There sre broader interests md deeper inuci involved in thii nuittir of
trading st home than the mere ihuv-
ing ol a nickle or two of th. price ol
un occasional purchase. The problem ii really fundamental and ii connected in a vital manner with th. poi-
■ibilitie* ai lo growth and general
prosperity which lie before Sny city.
Money spent by property uwner. with
local merchant, i. mnney invested to
build up their uwn town uml to render pnwible thereto lerger growth and
expansion as well as to yield to (horn
individually a valuable return in the
ineii'iisi' in value ul their local interests and in the general protpcrity ol
their home city.
BAND CONCERT FOR 17TH
A concert which i. designed tn go
down in ths musical annals id this
city as a production ul exceptinuul
merit will Im given at the Horticultural hail on the 17th of,March by ll.
North Vancouver band assisted by
.urns id th. beet Vancouver vocal Ll-
out. Dendmuter Chinee bu the affair in hand and it i. hii ambition tn
bring the ilindird ol thi. entertainment to 1 high plene.  While lbs date
Is significant of ths savoring ol the
Shamrock, it is not the infsptlon to
make |t 1 St, Patrick!! oonesrtin its
entirety. Tho program will consist ol
eight numbers by the bind. p. J.
Gays, the noted tenor sipgsr ol Vancouver will sing twice, Madams Bos-
iiw K. Burks who Is well known on
this side ol the Inlet, will render
"The Green Hills ol Ireland," by Pel
Biego and A. B. 0. "Songs my Mother Taught Me," by Uvorsk, "On the
Way Home" by Uddli snd "Mivour?
neen," by ling.
A strong appeal is made to Nprth
Vniieiiiiviiiiteii to tske in this concert
lor it will surely be out ol thi ordinary and lor 1 worthy object.
FRED a TURNER
Notary Public
Loans,   Investments   md   Insurants,
Boom 907, (S3. Granville St., Vancouver, B. 0, Phono 8309. Land Begit-
try work 1 specialty.
Phone   198
North Vancouver
Coal m4 Supply Co.
Dealers in Coal, Brick,
Sand,   Gravel,   Lime,
Cement   and   General
Builders* Supplies,
All .Onli'is   Promptly
Filled and Satisfaction
Guartnted.   .Prices on
Application.
Office: Lonidale, near City Wharf
Warehouse:      Forman't Wharf
Tht Royal Bank of Canada
Capital $0,300,000.
Bessrvsi, 17,300,000.
Totil Aiiets 11)6,000,000.
A general banking business
transacted. Savings account! 1
ipecialty. Accounts of firms
and individuals solicited.
W. DICKINSON,
Manager.
Norlh Vancouver Branch.
Bank Office in N. V. (Tub Block
B.C. MARKET
CO.'S
Specials (or
Friday and Saturday,
EXTRA BPECIAL-
K..II..I Prime Bibs, boneleii  30c lb.
Sirloin Stsek 30o lb.
l'orterhotiie Itnatt  33c lb.
I'ork l/iins, whole or ball 30c lb.
Pork Shoulder., whole Inc lb.
I'.irk Shoulders, sliced    16c Ih.
Loin Pork Chnps 33c lb.
Leg Million  lac lb.
Shoulders Mutton  Inc lb.
Small Winchciter Hams  90c lis
Empire Hacon by tbe piece  34c lb.
Finnan Iladdi., lbs best  10c  lb.
Guaranteed lro.li Egg.  30c dor
Th. quality nl (hew meat, will give
you .very satisfaction and i.v. you
mnney every time.
B.C. MARKET CO.
MS J,0KSI)AI,E AVENUE
Phone 16
Frst delivery to ill pert, of tht city.
BANK OF HAMILTON
Oa* Dollar deposited in the Bank ol
Hamilton  night mesa  th* first slap
toward the accumulation of a lortuns.
I c
Th* tB*a who «cora« the segeclou.
iavestawit of hi* savings has yst to
burn ths trut principles of frugality
ud thrift.
Deposit one dollar to-day-begin to
provide againit old eg. and flnenciel
reverses.
C, G. HEAVEN, Agent,
North Vancouver.
34 Splendid f,ots
Three, Blocks Irom Lonsdilo Ave.
ELDER MURRAY OCT
Price to ensure quick sale only
1300 oach-essy terms
Wanted immediately, for a
client, one acre in D.L. 616
Lilt your property in this district with us for quick results.
Pierce & Hall
Next to Palace Hotel
Phone U0
FIRE!    FIRE!!    FIRE!!!
FOR ABSOLUTE PROJECTION write a Policy in the
Commercial Union Fire Assurance Co., Ltd.
(LONDON, ENGLAND)
ASSETS! $94,900,000
Sole Agent
PERCY KING
NOTARY PUBLIC.      18 LONSDALE AVENUE
Afr.sn.nt. snd Contract! drawn       p, .... Ceasral
of every description "none  ' ■)'       CoBveyaadaf
Here Are Two Really
Good Buys
1 9f It Qf ''''"' 'J'oc'c 'rom L°nMtale Avenue, 60 feet
1 satin Jl. (all cleared) lor $2000, one quarter cash,
balance in 6, 12 and 16 months.
1 AtL Cf 'ew var(k ,rom carline. High poiition, all
• "in sJle cleared.   Thii ii a fine lot and a map at
$1250.   One third cash, balance in 6 and 12 monthi.
C. E. UWSON & CO.
15 LONSDALE AVE. NORTH VANCOUVER
Phone 7o—P. O. Bos 97
North Shore Locators
REAL ESTATE & FIRE INSURANCE
Wo are plucing un tho mars..! a Mook ol 17 lots, nn the
1.1 .....I lluiilt'vuid extension'. These lots are high and dry, with
an imsnrpuiicd view, Iwo liluclti Irom Ihe present car line, sire
iOtltt, partly dourud. Prices Irom $651) tu $800. Terms-l-6
cash, balance,^, 6, 9, 13, 16, IH, 31 and 24 months.
Come in und lot us iliuw you over Ihii properly.
No. 8 Lonidale Ave.
Phone 123
50 It. Lot facing New Municipal Hall.   Price, $500;
Cash, 1200.
50 ft. Lot, 17th Street, near Boulevard. Price, $600;
Cath, $200.
Double Corner, Queensbury Heights.   Price, $ 1500;
Cash, $500.
North Vancouver Truit Co., Ltd.
(1st. laiutsr A Ward)
216 Lonsdale Avenue. Phone 44
I
7,1' /.. '.aa
BatdOlct:
JUaflWOI
Campbell Realty & Investment Co.
Snap 00 a • roomed Bungalow,
close in, All modern, fireplace,
rWnece, etc. $600 cash, bal-
to arrange.
REAL ESTATE, LOANS, INSURANCE.
TELEPHONE 89. f. O. 90X ffl
W. B. HOOD
The Cath
Store
Staple snd Fancy Groceriei
FrwK and Smoked Metta
For One Week
Only
lbs.
3
of our
Lonsdale Blend Tea
90
cts.
This Tee is second to none
and wo can strongly recommend it.
Rolled Outs, 711)8. for    25c,
Chivers Marmalade in 1
lb. glass jars, each  -   15c.
Ayrshire Rose Creamery
Butter,  -   •  3 lbs. $100
Qold Buckle Oranges, the
finest in them
per duz. large
—1*1
Lemons, per do/,
finest in the market, on
-   20c
Oatmeal Soap. 10 bars 25c
Maggie Soups, 5c, per tablut
Shoulder Mutton, 12Jo. pr. Ih
Phone 40        (
1111 Lonsdale Avt
NEW YORK CAFE
ESPLANADE WEST
LOW SEAJProprietor
MEALS AT AM. HOUBI-
61.n1. tu 8 p m.
First-class Meals ajc.
Commutation Tickets, 31 mult
His
Idioms for Kent at rsodtrtts rstti
I. O. O  P.
North Vancouver Lodge, No. 66,
meet, every Tliunduy evening, corner
l.iiiudal. Avenue and First itrsst, it
8 o'clock. Visiting brethren cordial)/
invited to attend. A. T. Kennedy,
N.O.; Tboi. S. Nye, reo.-tsc. ; J, H.
Pilling, P.G., fiii.-iec.; Chit. Nyt, P.
G., trm.
Fully Equipped
to plod over the dtecrt or *u0er hunger and thirst it Mr. Ciuel. We're
not built that way. Whet wt want it
th* real thing.
You Get Real Paint
When Buying Here
It will stand tat bitting sun oft**
_S*a*r* or Uu bla*t* of Coolr, Norta
Pol*.
FOB  Vim  THAT   LA8T8-AIX
C0L0B8-&M BBBJt.
W.H.ST0NEY4C0,
li; Lt>osd#|»; Pbon. 141 passasssw. n.
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THE RyPBESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
TRADE
AT
HOME
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i
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AT
HOME
WE ARE NORTH VANCOUVER HEADQUARTERS FOR
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BAPCO PURE PAINT
f.(..;. - .
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The Guaranteed Pure Linseed Oil Paint in the Latest Artistic
Shades
THE GURNEY FOUNDRY
COY'S RANGES H&. "New
Chancellor."
The best piece of Cooking Apparatus ever made as our customers
daily testify    .
•  . »
THE ELITE ENAMEL WARE
The Most Perfect Manufactured
M
DUNLOP RUBBER COY'S
GARDEN HOSE, in all grades.
THE McCLARY HOT AIR
FURNACES
Famous all over the Dominion for their Durability and perfect
working
PLUMBERS, SHEET METAL WORKERS, HOT AIR
AND HOT WATER HEATING
Estimates submitted and all work guaranteed
Phone 58
The J. D. Fraser Hardware Coy.
P.O. Bor 104
143 LONSDALE AVENUE
NORTH VANCOUVER
TRADE
AT
HOME
• ■ •   »
TRADE
HOME,
Warburnitz Piano House, Limited
AND SCHOOL OF MUSIC
443 Lonsdale Avenue Phone 114
Pianoforte Lesions Mri. W. S. Jlurmcstor, A.B.A.ll.
Singinu and Voice Production...Hies I.0110 Dutbic, pupil nl Signor Ed-
ourdo Gulli ol Milan, diplomui, Hnyal Academy and Boyal College ol Musis, 1.1111,1,01, England. Singing Icsioni may bo bud
singly, in tcrmi ol ton Iciiom or in a clan.
Ti'iium and particulars on applicalion.
The Place Where Everybody Goes
Gem Theatre
FIRST ST. WEST,
NOKTH VANCOUVER
^rGood Pictures  Good Singing
[J5F..I   **t
tn   »t»
Good Music
ut in
•tt in
Programme  changed Monday,  Wednesday  and  Friday,
Adults 10c ^»w**» Cirildren 5c
North Vancouver City Ferries, Limited
TIME TABLE
BTEAMEB ST. GEORGE
Utvs Vsncsuvti       Uavt Karo Vss.
•6.30 t.m.
7 an a
10,18 "
11.18 "
8.18 "
8.16 "
4.18 "
I
>,,*•
t.
10.18
ll.»y
•fl.tt i.m.
m "
m "•
».« "
lO.ie "
11.18 "
is.
1.4
8.4
r:
S3
STEAMEB NOBTH VANCOUVEB
Imi Katt Via.     Lttrs Vucouvsr
s.m.
' Dtnotts not on Sunday, •
Tail Tim* Tabis sitbjaot lo cntSfs trllaout notic*.
THE   NOBTH   VANCOUVEB   t:iTV
FEBBIES LIMITED
Statement ol Hccoipts, February It'll
I'uiiciigcr Faro*—
Bcturn tickets   ^3186.00
Commutation (6 lor '21k) ... 8137.50
(30 for 11) ... 630.00
(70 lor 83) ... llbO.00
Monthly tickets     140.00
Vcbiclc lam     6(0.00
Froiglit Bcturus—
Collected   m.%
Prepaid  '.    17.80
'■ll   "11:01.,'H
('os)i  lore.,  rants,  advertising rovenue, etc     80.60
87481.66
Total receipt, lor Feb. 1010 14319.10
Total rcccjpti lor Juno 1010 17686.00
Certiuod correct:
II  E. KEMP, Soc.-Trcai.
made   bin  ilcbul   in   the   real   estate
buiincn in l.ynn Valloy.
A number ol dogi in tbc Villi,y ure
getting the lainu doio ss last year.
Mr. Millur's rings gol n touch, alio
Mr. George's and several others.
Whatever the trouble is the pencil do
ing the work will hot be lightly il.-ili
with il they are discovered.
Lynn Valley Notes
(Expreii special correspondent)
Mr. Hanniwoll ii onlurging hii houie.
Mr. i. Hubert i bai moved into hit
new house on Doran Houd.
Mr. Bobt. Miller aud wile have
romoved from Bice Lake.
Mr. J), t'onk has sold his lot on cor-
corner ol Center and car line.
Mr. Calipfaroness, Dovorcourt Bold,
is miking great alterations to hi*
house. '"
Bev. Mr. Wilkinson, l.adynnitli, wai
tbe gueit ol Mr». Brown last week.
Mr. W. Archibald ii conl.'Uiplii' ,n|.
building two houie* on Doran Koad
toon.
A meeting ol the l.ynn Volley rite-
pnyen wm held in the hall lust Wednesday ovening.
Mr. Mitchell i. ibout rcody to ttirt
building his nsw house on Campbell
Avsnu*.
Orders for lumber etc. lor no led
thsn ten bouses in the Valley—look*
Ilk* > building boom-
Mn. Uwis, Prommo Boad, has been
visiting Mrs. Davis, Hollyburn, for s
few week*.
Doveroourt Boid would bo much b»t-
tar for travsl if there wis more rook
and lsss mud.
The council j* culling s road
through Lynn View to Mr, Greer's
house ind under Foreman Evas dircc
Lion Ibe work is progressing.
Mr. Csllipbroness has sustained a
loss by Un poisoning of hi* good dog
Sou by some parson in the Valley.
Mr. S. AJlman, Canter Boad,   ha.
r
HAS OPENED OFFICE HEBE
Dr. G. P. Dillon, D.V.S.C., graduate
ol McGill university and late ol Now
Weitminiter, hui loused the l.'u cubin
on   Keith   roud   west ol llie Capliano
river which is owned by E. Muhon ol
I the Vuneouver firm of Million, McFur
J land and Proctor,   ihe doctor ii   ul
i I'ic:.ni  reiiiliug ut the Palace   hotel
where   he bus   opened   a   temporary
! nllico pending the completion   ol    the
house.   Dr. Dillon is u most congenial
practitioner   and bus seed Vancouver
in its muidon days.    Ho practiced veterinary   science   there  'Jo -ycuri   ago.
Following that he went to tho N.W.T.
and   wai  (juuriiiitino  officer for   the
iWihwi'Hi Mounted i'olicc lor a number of yean.   Alter thul he came west
again and located in Now Weil mini! cr
wh.ore ho practised until recently. ,
APPLICATION FOB BOTTLE
LICENSE
NOTICE i. hereby given that thirty
dsyt titer tbc date hereol we the un-
dcrsigncd intend to apply ai copartner, to the Boaid ul License Commit-
lionen lor the city ol North Vancouver lor t retail bottle licsnso lor pre-
miici lituito on a Iractional part ol
lot thirteen (13) block one hundred
and fifty Hovni (167) I) L. 871-374, in
the rily of North Vancouver on the
prindplo of the Norwegian system of
no profit to tho sellers).
(Signed)     B. E. MACNAGHTEN.
(Signed)     P. BOGHUSSEN.
Dated at North Vancouver, B. C,
February 7th, 1911.
APPLICATION   FOB   LIQCOB   I.I-
*       CENSE
NOTICE la hereby given Ihut at tbs
nut sitting of the Board uf Liccniing
Comaiissioncrs for the City of North
Vancouver, I intend to apply (or a
hottl license lor promise* lituate OB
lots 81, 33, J13 and 34, block 140, p.
L. 974, Second street west, in th* said
city ol North Vsncouvor.
4NTONIO GALLIA.
Dstod at North Vanvouver, Fobruary.
7U>, 1»U. W
CUMMINGS
LADIES SHOES AT
RIDICULOUSLY
LOW PRICES
Wu are clearing out all our Ladies' and Children's Footwear, and in ordjBr to do so in the
shortest possible time have -made prices lower
than the cost of manufacture, as follows:
Ladies' Patent Blucher, gun metal tops, regular
$4.60 lines, now $2.85
Ladies' Patent Oxfords, gun metal.tops, regular
$4.25, now       $2.65
All lines of tan, oz-blood and chocolate, regular
up to $4.00, now $1.85
Dull finish Kid Oxfords, blucher cut, regular
$3.75, now $2.45
113-115 Lonsdale Ave.
North Vancouver
West Vancouver Motor Launch Service
Launch "West Vancouver," Ciptiiu Findlty
Licensed lor 35 passengers
TIME TABLE
U.TSI
Hollyburn Whirl
7.30t.m,
900 1.111
u.ooa.ro
13.15 p.m
15.00 p.m
17,00 p.m
19.00 p.m
9.30 a. 111
13-13 p-ni
1700 p.m	
18.30 p.m	
•foils Firs lie.
Ivtry »tu r.ccpl ftoBd.y
&nim*K
...
'
Tf 0 TlckaU 86c.
8.00 8.111.
Jf.oo. a.m.
la.oos.m.
J too pin,
le-oo p.m,
18.00 pm
."Jxoo p.m.
..so.eioja.j^.
..14.00 p.m.
..j7.45p.01.
.. 2a.<)o p.m.
Qujckent route ffm North ysneourer to ftf alUtfic* b*y«nd
Ctpjlano River. Lsuncb ••yfnt Vsj»cony»r jpskes connections, without fail, wilh the lorry tinmen from Norili Vancouver, st per sbove schedule.
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THli EXPRESS, NORTO VANCOUVER, B, G
ITWCT COUNCIL
CONSIDERS MANY
required (or road allowances.  IM, In
thai), of Works.
from J, P, Crawford asking (or wn-
ROAD APPLICATIONS tor connwtjont to two houset on lot
10, blank 66, P, L. 9087,  Bel. |u the
'( (Continued, (row page 1) i.B. 0| Worst with power to set.
*• m—... ,,..,   r. j   From W. J. Smith offering \i>do«r-
prid might bava come from th* 'ami '»« road olearlng in P. h 8»3-:t •'
[hit olienta ho thought it was a mat- the r»te ql I860 an acre. It wai bud
|or the contractor Ho settle.   The over.
mill wis advised to confer with Mr, | *«m> tht Vancouver Power Co. svli-
Bgawe,, the contractor in Vancouver. Witting sn account for fdl'JO hi lbs
no arrangement could be effected district's portion ol constnipting 'be
jjfr, Gintsburger wished to be notified' Hastings Creek bridge in Lynn Vitl'ty.
'ffetp he would try and oolleot tl,s' Belerred td the finance nommiliiie,
Amount. .   j   From W. K. Burns, solicitor, regard-
;,Prom J. Moore asking what   mm- ing remuneration lor his' iprvicc* rlnr-
' puliation would be made to :i cliont ing tbs current year.    For n Hai'ifr
pi Ids for any portion  of the   land  hs asked fSD * month and to rout
■*■
the entirp district Uusiii.tas SUM n
montji with'expenses, hilnrii'ioe was
matla to a fnrmnr letter fnV.il the
clerk. It w»s resolved to ln.v the matter" qvur to next meeting.
From T. 8. Nyo asking ty'jtajtiit ol
an icoount lor clearing of tint iiCia
usod us a road allowance hy tlie nis-
triot in blocks IU and 83, X I,. 2036.
It wub resolved to pay ll.n- niuoiiiit
ssked, 8255, il the engineer wus si'Mined.
From' Hums k Walkem, Batfing forth
an arrangement which hud been a-
grood to by Mr. John l.awson regarding ths hit tor's application lor foreshore grant in front ol D. L- 776. On
consideration nl Mr. Lawsnn quit
claiming In Ilia governmunt tho oast'
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NEW SUBDIVISIONS IN
NORTH VANCOUVER CITY
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•   FRONTING ON GRAND BOULEVARD
Blocks 226, 227 and 230,    Subdivided into
Lots 50x114 feet.
. ALSO BLOCK 232A
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For Plans, Price List and Particulars, apply to
MAHON, McFARLAND & PROCTER, Ltd.
Phone 6286. Corner Pender and Seymour Street, Vancouver, B.C.
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| A   GOOD   PROPOSITION   (or eiher he jj
: Homeseeker or Investor —on   7th  Street, ii
just west of Queensbury carline, only $1200 jj
i Third cash, balance easy.    Good View.   Good Soil.
Martinson & Co.
02 LONSDALE  AVEWE
NORTH VANCOUVER, HC
Plh'iit ijj. P.O. A..i fi
.1  I ■l,,I,,t..lMl^l,,l,.l T..l..l.,l, I, I,,! iIi.ImI.,1 .1, I  ' '
You'll Make Money Here!!
ST. JOHN'S COLLEGE  AND GliOUNDS
j $f« Sfltttr.
Anyone who will p\r (hii invert-
mint opportunity svrioui eonsidcra-
lion fur a lew mlnutai will readily
sio quick and large piolili ac, ruing to
the |. oli., ,i  ul
Boulevard College
Extension Lots
PBICE LIST
Lot I  8676.00
bill 2, 11 undl  each   676.00
Uil 8  ,..,   700.00
Loti « and 7 Iwth   1,950.00
ls»l b      676.011
Ixiti V, 10 and II  Sold
Lots I-.' and 13  Iloth Sold
IM If    960.00
Lot. 10, 16 and 17  each   87S!uO
Ut 18  " Sold
Note the length ol iIich- Int., .om«
nl thriii befog I If. det to n lane.
Th* advantage, ol the*, lot. lor buiinesi or rtsidence purposes .re ippircnl on the plan nlta.rud lier.to.
It ii the closest car line property to the north ol ths Grand llouUv.rd Iwlinh ii cx,lumu-ly (or high <lun residence.). It also lacei St. John's College and ground, and for tbeeu rea.oos alooe ii will be a ulitre ol some
impi.iiiiii..'. Iliiul. '.iii.l eslen.ion lots sre within th* dty limit* and huvo all the advantage, und oonvciiiiiimi nl
other eity projierty. To dose out every lot in record time w. hive unaVrpriiud Hum, mi tint you will lnv0 tn
hurry lo gat my. Consider elio the term, which ne much tisier thsn uiuil I Ih oath, buliiinii in 6, I'i, 18,
and 34 month, at 0 per cent, per lanum. -
CANADIAN FINANCIERS, LIMITED
VANCOUVEB, B. C, Authored Ctpjtaj  W/MO/ssj.
Bssl Estats.    Intursac.      Monty to Loan.
14 Lonsdale Avenue, North Vancouver.
m Granville StisH
T.lephooe 215.
KBNKST I.'IMAGE.
Local Manager.
^ORTH VANCOUVER i FECIALS
Lot 18, Block 35, D. L 550, $1126. Cuh $425, bal nee 6 and 12 months
LoU 54 and 55, Block 156, D. L. 274, $13,000. Terms to irrange,  Near Lonsdale
the above lot* .re »mong the bast buyi in North Vancouver, md inlcadis investor, will servs their own
UrterwU by invastigatiag. We bave the exdusiv* s.l. ind *lio * lirg* li.t of other loU in the Cily. It it
la your own latsmt to,call and inspect our list Won d*-iding.-
ALV0 von ALVENSLEIIEN, LTD.
R«al EataU AgenU.      Financial Blotters
Head Office: 405 Hastings St. W., Vancouver, B. C.
British Columbi* Branah Qfhm: Branch O Im if) BttfMWi
4 Lonsdale Ave., Port!) Varjconyer linrlin, <iinuany
UU Govwrjmant St., Victoria ImjUm, England
I'difle, France
erly portion ol ths foreshow lot st
present owned by blm' in front o| lot
flJ8, one rod in width, tht council
would approve, of his prsssnt applies-
lion as Wis described in detail.
The arrangement wonhi bt for tbt
purpose ol having ifflpls access to tbs
•wlmrl in all respects and the solicitor
asked the council fa consider tbs arrangement arid odviso him st once.
It wis. agreed to approve of Mr,
Lnwson's application-
From Hall 0. Chens stating that il
retained as auditor (or ths current
year ho opnld not Hndertabs »o gat
the balance sheet out by tht Stb fll
•I uiiiinry next year, owing to tht
growth ,lf the municipality. Ho advit-
oil thut the eipoii.es be charged
against each ward. Bt made app|lm-
i inn lor an inoreate in his remuneration to tiTO a month.
Joseph Chapman aeksd lor tht
construction of t rosd to loti 9 ind
3, block IS, p. L. 3038. Belerred to B.
of Works.
From Martinson k Co. on bshtll o|
11)1 1'H. I'I ' -2
Mr- J. M, lloberts, whfltt application
for a road wss dsalt with previously,
urging that apoaag fee given th«i> plisnt
into his property-
From P. .1. MoDougall on behalf ol
J, f, W, Jay, Ininlring the reason
why hit bid lor tht nonttrootion nl
tht municipol hall, being WO lower
than Mr. Young's, tht successful tenderer, wis not loosptad. ' In this connection Conn. Bridgman explained
that when tht tender, win considered
tht counoil was under tbt impression
that Mr. Jay" was not a local resident
and according to Mr. Yonng being a
wall known contractor ol North Vun-
oouver was awarded the contract.
Sine* then it was lound that Mr. -Tuy
bad bean * residsnt ol Lynn Valley
for neatly a ytsr.
Mr- Young was hsard from md slid
hs did not want to fnilit on praising
tht matter. He, however, wanted the
reasons well advertised why the non-
tract was awarded elsewhere niter
having been given to him.
Coun. Bridgman and Loutst lavornd
ms—amrmm
putting  an  advarti'smsnt   trr'tln!
these |aets. It WIS thought that m
oonnpii had mads a mistaw toWMflV
ing the eontraet to Mr. Young whsp
Mr- Jay's tendtr was tht lowest and
Im was a «'W»nt si tbs district*
On (notion ol Coun. Loutst . and
l.awson it wes resolved to rescind thi
former motion and award the %»-•
tract to Mr. Jay. The reeve OB,**/-
ad to advertising,
Coun. Bridgman and J.*wson reported a visit fo Now Westminster whtra
they hsd a mssting with th' *'»•*
commissioner, Mr. Fletcher, in respect
to preserving the district's intorssts
on Lynn Creek. The application was
adjourned to April 3rd-
Mr. Hocking's application lor s
street light, Coun. Bridgman reported
that local manager Perry pi '.hs B.
C. [Clectrio By. Co. oould not set hit
way clear to put in thii light-
Coun. Dridgmtn reported that Mr.
Million was not agreeable tp paying l
proportion towirdt the construction
ol the extension tp Philip Avo.
999H
Corporation of the City of North Vancouver, B. C.
Abstract of Receipts and Disbursements for the period from Jan, lit to Dec. 31st, 1910
BECEIPTS
Cash Balance, January 1st, 1010 1
«.».
Dank Balance, January lit, 1010	
8160.36
1    6164.63
Tuxes, 100-1  ,..	
m
Taxes, 1008  „.
6.3t
luxes, into ,,,,,, ,	
W.B0
Taxes, 1007	
674.88
Tuxes, 1008 ,	
8480.64
Tuxes', 1900 ....(.;	
8808.68
Taxes, 1010 	
07486.58
110338.88
interest on Arresrs of Taxes 	
	
781.36
tjnvernment Education Grant	
 ,
4684.80
Wutur Bites .,,..., ,., ,,,„
,	
8416.38
Trad* Liasnsss , ,„..„..
637.00
Dog Licenses	
381.00
888.00
Pound Fees 	
96.87
Police Court Finn 	
..     1176.60
Blasting Deposits 	
300.00
Debentures—
Genersl 	
381660.00
l'remiiuns 	
6978.61
Accrued Interest 	
4148.46
Local Improvsmsnt 	
13870.00
Accrued Interest 	
194,96
306343.31
Local Improvemsnt Account	
	
666.93
T.mporery Loin  ,	
„	
40000.00
1700.00
Cemetory Beceiptt	
 „.„„
344.00
86.80
Hoard ol Work* Flint «old	
   .
30.00
Proceed* ol Til Silt	
6776.36
Tax Sale'Coit*  , ;	
T10.O6
1619.89
iruiuferi to General Funds 	
 ,	
103460.40
1993.47
Dank overdraft at Decmner Slit, 1910;
General Account 	
6699.33
Local Improvsmsnt Account ...
34980.14
t06i9.47
DISBUIISEMENTS
Bank overdralt, January 1st, 1910 |
Local Improvement Account .,,	
FINANCE C0MM1TTEE-
Salaries  I 4383.00
Election Expenses  413.60
Incidental Expenses  3Q06.18
Light ind Heat  360.36
Printing and Advertiiing   3666.03
Stationery   |J19.06
Legal Expenses  1398.06
Delegstes Expentet   463.00
Furniture and Fixings   186.10
Councils' Bemuneration   3800.00
I  13403.99
Bank Charges 	
Current Interest ., ,. ...
Assessor's Salary	
Entertainment Expenses
Bepairs to Property
§
199.63
936.61
400.00
190.99
7OJ0P
Boads and Streets  1800.00
'    Insurance  ,  964.60
Additions to City Hall   191.60
Enginocn' Commission expenses 670.16
Befund of Taxes  16.73
Tax Salo Costs   866.80
Sundry Creditor.   1311.1)0
BOABD OF WORKS COMMITTEE-
Construction  ' 44376.70
Maintenance  11680.71
Engineer.' Office Expenses   168.30
Engineer's Equipment  98.16
Plant and Tools   3091.68
Additions to Buildings  333.39
Furnituro and Fixings  33.36
Bepairs to Property   48.40
Boid Machinery Purchiss  651.36
Park Equipment   31.38
Park. Improvement   3076.44
WATEBWOBKS COMMITTEE -■
Conitruction   60066.83
Miintenmco   6093.06
Plant ond Tooli  971.76
Incidental Expenses  128.30
Stock ol Fittings purchased  4830.88
Cost ol Intake Buildings   690.04
Bice Loko Property    19000.00
Sundry Debtort ...,: ,...  114.60
POLICE COMMITTEE-
Salaries '.  4*90.96
Incidents! Expenses  703.18
Furniturs and Equipment   144.60
Folic* Court Expense.   164.00
Piiioneri' Meals  .' ... 147.86
Addition* to Building!    36.00
BOABD OF HEALTH COMMITTEE-
Selariii , ,,,.,.:  800.00
I       Hospital Grant*  369-00
G*ncr»l Expense*   96140
Equipment     1.98
PIKE AMD LIGHT COMMITTEE-
Street Lighting  8306.77
Fir* Brigade Expense*   834.(1
Fir* Brigad* Equipment   (136,38
7
6816.68
931.98
•
■
Fire Hydrant Cbargi
Firemen*' Wages ......,;, , „..,
Firemen.' Uniform*	
Addition* to 4th street fireball.
SCHOOL THUS'J'EES-
Addition. to Property   	
additions to Equipment 	
G*n*r*l Espsndilur*	
Paid to th* Hank ol British North
, America, North Vancouver, on
special dsposit, (or:
Bold Machinery  f
Fir* Annaratui	
m e»w    saBrjrss* sssrwe*    .mmim.    imi.mmmih,
Main Sewer    	
Parka Improv*mant...,.,.,	
Waterworks Construction. 	
School Sit** ,. ,...,,	
School.   Extraordinary Expenditure 	
Street* Improvement  ,	
Fir* Establiibment	
Schools Extraordinary Expenditure  ,.,„
'    General Sinking Fund
Locel    Improvsmsnt
Fund 	
Debenture InterMt	
Kelund ol Tax**, 1907, D- L.
Bltsting Deposits refunded .,
Contr*otor*' Daposit* refunded .,.,.
Tat Silt Proceeds refunded	
Tsmnortry Loan repaid „,.
Purohit* of Park in ». L. 647	
Local Improvement Account*	
TJaah in h«d it December »)»t, 1»J0 >jr
Sinking
978
600.00
3966.66
917.4a
790.13
86400.96
994.79
9943.07
10360.90
8078.97
41043.60
6180.48
68696.84
417.44
176(8.(0
36687.80
1019740
1019749
18*71*9
1668088
•6967.
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1(98*69.98 An, umm, mm Vancouver, % c.
i
OF THE CITY OF NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
GENERAL, REVENUE ACCOUNT
PfV     « .                                                                                    Cr.
FVANOB CPMMITTBE-      , Bi|mc. January 1st, WOi
. Salariat .'..',, .,. 4383.00                              Levioi Account      4696.96
Incidental Expenses  3186.68                                GeneralJfjfBd      IMMflQ         J»»;W
(   Insurance ,.,,..  108,80                     f„ Assesnnsnt lor ytsr 1810.                                 •
Printing ind Advertising  9707.87                            Gen.r.1 fcan Bite  ,.,.. ,   WilM
Stationary  613.08                           School Bats     4408.8*
Election Expenses ..,  419.80                                General Bate  ....    77436.09
"'  Bank Chargli   199.83                                   Less Bebittf     10797.10        88708.99       110099.37
Light snd Hsst  369.38               ,        Intercrt on orriiri 0| Taxes             781.37
Delsgstes Expense.   483.00                        Government Education Grant -•:-           46M'30
Counoil.' Bemuncritjon   3800.00                         Dog Licomes ...,'.        861.00
Lagal E.penses  1998.08                     ' Trade Licem**        (87.00    '       888.00
:;   Aassttora Stltry ,  400,00                    Polls* Court Plstt          U7R.M
J   Deprecittion on Furniture    164.38      .                  Pound Fees ,,,             117.13
Engineeri' Commission expenses 670,46                         Flan Pats and 8.»rcbe»                    66.60
. >-j Bspalrt to Property  118.40                     Current Int.re.t.;          1848.64
Bnt*rtsinm*nt Expenn.    190.90         16663.63    Interest on Waterworks Debentun. Iron Witer-
UOABU OF W0BK8- works Bevenu. Account           8750.00
Mtintaninct ..., „.. ,  1194636                    -    Premium, on Debenture.  .v            8978.61
Office Expenses  364.86                        Accrued Interest on Debentures ...'.            4148.46
Depreciation Engineers'   Equip- Trtnsler Iron Waterworki Trust Fund            1119.19
nunt    36.66         13186.36
POLICE-
' Saliri*.  m ,.. 4630.96
Expenice     676.68
Police Court Expenus  154.00 *                          '.
Frimnert' Meals  1(9.10
Depreciation Equipmsnt   38.86          8660.48     '
FI11E AND LIGHT
Street Lighting  8808.77
Pirt Brigad* Expemei  771.71
.    Firtmeni' Wage* ;  8939.90               -   ^_'
Pin Hydrant Chsrg,   (OOtOO
Dtpmittion Equipment  9109,88        10617.98
BOABD OP HEALTBV-
Salaritt „. „  800.00
Grsnts to Hospitsls  ,   869.00                                  » ,
Gfparal Expense.  1(1.38
Equipment«..--, i  1.38          881.80
f atorwurk. Revenue Account, Ion on opcnting           (819.36
School Truitce. ,.  11933.84
Debenture Internet  96(88.70
Local Improvement l.vict, oly'i proportion ... 1(89.88
Deposit to Gener.l Sinking Fund  13371.69
i Belundi ol Tsiei tnd idjuitmcnti ol 1909  tu
Account ....„.,,  84.81
Tron.ler from Susptast account  38.30
Park Equipmant Depreciition  86.86                                  >
BALANCE -
School Truile*i Account  3141.98
Last** Account   8478.16
Oanaral Aotount  49988-88        s4648.3(                    •
m H(7(98.71 $167608.71
i .
BALANCE SHEET as at December 3 k 1910
ASSETS LIABILITIES
Cash la hands ol th* City Trciiurer   7.(4    Out to thi B.nk ol British North Amtrico,
Arrcen ol T.xc.: North Vincouver, on current Account  6899.33
1906.. -  4.80 Government T.xc, 1907, held for refund   30.67
1907           88.76 Sundry Creditors .„  498.86
1908 „        L0946 Dus to School Trustees on ordinary expenditure 9141.93
1999 <    1606.06 Debentur. Intereit unpaid  600.00
1910      16788,16 17893.81    Proceeds o| Tsx Sill     ,. 1386.48
Arrears ol Water Bate.  1183.00    Debenture Ltsvits, general       8473.16
Sundry Debtor*   300.66 Local Improvement         646.39 9119.44
Jniurancc unearned   916.08 —	
Bslsac* on Deposit  (or p.ynxnt  of Debentur. ,' 19069.67
Intereet    600.00    General Debentures             669844.00
—I    Local Improvement Debenture*  36944.00
19847.40    Sinking Fund, General  38681.04
INVENTOBV. Sinking Fund, Loci Improvement    6396.33
Bosrd of   Work*   Tool*   ind d.ntrocti Ut but not completed         41410.66
■   Equipment        1636.80 CemtUry LoU *old   344.00
Board    ol   Work*    Engineer'. Advance, igiinst sslss ol Local Improvement
Equipment         8(6.00 Debentures .'. ,  34980.14
Waterworks tools sad equipment       696.30 Capital Surplus Account  30973.97
Polios furniture ind equipment 999.38 Balance it credit of General Fund     43933.66
Pin Hrigsd. Equipment l ■
Firemen.'   Uniforms    9)7.48
18th St. (resell        199.80
4tbSt.fireh.il...     6387.78 (73640 10188.06
' Fur*ituri tad fitting! at City
Hall        1488.80
Addition, during 1919   v  178.06
1(84.86
last dspreoUlion 10 ptr cent....        1(4.86 180040
W.tawork* itock wcount ,  468048
Trust money on deposit with Bank ol British
North America st North Vsaoouvsr, B, C.: . <
POBTBEPDBCHASBOP:
Koad MaidlSf Mechinery         10470.88 *\
Firs Appsritui          150.23
Msia Sswar .,     41888.89
Put* Improvansnt       89941*
Wilsrworks jsxtsaslon       1489749 a *
School Sitsk   t     498.99
Sshool. EtUaordinsry ... ,     11*87.79
Stmt Improvement  ,      189848
Fir, Brigad* *ttibli*ha*ot       6(7740 •■' •
W.Urwork. Trust Fund       1810.84 91101.48
HEAL ESTATE.
Oily Ball and LoU     10694.06
Public Perk.     •US?*
B4MS* pads     9000049
Boad* aad ttrtaU 140446.16
Additions In 1910      44916.93        186K9.09
Fourth street AraUJI          7177.36
TUrtatntn ttrtst firsh.ll        18*9.(9
Csmsttry Beesrv.       9180.90
Bias Uk» Property      1300040
WiUrwork. InUk. Building* ...       690.04       89)940.99
ffhtrvti tod Slips  488149
SCHOOL PBOfEBTV.
land aaVi Buildm,. .'..    190888.96
Equipmsnt ,....,.,      847340       19*89(48
Wattrworkt: Construction Account...   101918.48
Auction, in 1*10      60446.66      ,1691*4.11
North Vsnoouytr City Ftrrit* Ltd. Sb»r*t Ac.        8774040
Bosd Machinery Purobss. Account'  84-36
Local ImprovemenU          91137.69
Lots) Improvimenl Sinking Fund Bank Deposit 4946.99
l-oesl Improvestent Sinking Fund Ssourities At.   '      88040
' Gstsrsl Staking Fund Sink Dspotit          180*144
j featrtl Sitting Fund Ssourities Amount   ......        19H99J0 ,
•wow mmmi>.
— i . 7—-
, Schedule of Amounts to TrM»fer fam
Special  Bank Account*  to  the
General Banking Account.
Boad Machinery Purchase         6125
P|re Brigade Establishment  727.48
Parks Improvement ~ '     1112.39
General Waterworks Improvement	
Waterworks Trust Fund Account      3096.38
School Loan Accounts r.     3845.73
Street Improvement Account        808.58
Waterworks Hovonuo Account from January lit
31st, 1910.
Tp Cast ol Maintenance (148.08
To General Expense*  ..'        198.30
To Intereit on Debentures      8760.00
By Bsvenue from Bates	
By Loss on Working carried to Genorol Fund ...
Balance
In Tffl»t
8099.74
2111.87
'   18890.48
9048.06
1084.96
to December
6707.00
8810.86
16096.36
16096.88
Schedule of General Debentures Issued.
Description Int. Duration Dus Amount
Parks, Boulevards and Street
Grants  4 p.c. 60 yrs.  1967 19394.00
Waterworks Loan  6 p.c. 60 yrs.  1967 36000.00
Statutory Loan  6 p.c' 80 yrs.  1986 148300.00
North Van. Special Loan' 6 p.c. 60 yrs.  1968 ' 17000.110
ritniui.iiy Loan No. 3 6 p.c. 60 yrs.  1968 80000.011
Statutory Loan No. 6  6 p.c. 60 yrs.  1989 16600.00
Statutory Loan No. 6 6 p.c. 60 yrs.  1969 33200.00
School Site Loan, 1909  6 p.c.  60 yrs.  1959 6700.00
Ferry Furchaso Bylaw, 1U09...6 p.c.    7 yrs.   1916 70000.00
Boad Machinery Purchase 6 p.c.  60 yrs.   1960 10000.00
Firs Equipment Purchase  6 p.c. 80 yrs.  1960 3000.00
Main Sewer Construction  6 p.c. 60 yrs.  1960 40000.00
Parks Improvement  6 p.c. 50 yn'.  1960 6000.00
General Waterworks purposci.6 p.c. 60 yrs.   1960 66000.00
School Sito Purchoso  6 p.c  60 yri.   I960 1600040
Streets   Improvement   Loan,
1910     6 p.c. 60 yrs.  1960 26000.00
Schools Extraordinary  6 p.c.  60 yrs.   1960 17200.00
Park Purchaio Byluw  .....6 p.c. 60 yrs.  1960 31190.00
School Site Purchaio No. 2 ...6 p.c. 80 yrs.  1960 26600.00
School Sito Purchase No. 1I...5 p.c. 60 yrs.   1960 10630.00
Eire Brigade Establishment ...6 p.c  60 yrs.  I960 13110.00
Schools Extraordinary  6 p.c  60 yrs.   1960 10000.00
Bice Lake Bylaw  6 p.c. 60 yrs.  1960 13000.00
Lanes Purcbaso Bylaw, 1910...6 p.c. 60 yrs. 1930 13000.00
North Vancouver City Ferries
Shares   Purchase   By-law,
1910        80 yrs.  1960 80000.00
794844.00
Debentures nol sold at December 31st «W  106000,00
( 669844.00
Loss General Sinking Fund     3868144
Net General Debenture Debt   I 664363.96
Schedule of Local Improvement
Debenture* Issued.
Description                           Int.    Duration    Due Amount
Lonsdale Ave. Sidowulk  6 p.c.   10 yr>.  1911 2000.00
Bylaw No. 2 '. 6 p.c.    6 yrs.   1914 1100.00
Bylaw' No. 3  6 p.c    5 yrs.  1914 884.00
Bylow No. 4 6 p.c.    6 yrs.   1914 1260.00
Bylaw No. 6  5 p.c    6 yrs.   1914 1540.00
Bylow No. 0 and 8  _ 6 p.c.  20 yr», 1929 14100.00
Bylaw No. 7 and 9 6 p.c   10 yrs.   1919 2780.00
Bylow No. 10  6 p.c  20 yrs.  1939 9860.00
Bylaw No. 11  6 p.c    6 yrs.  1914 3100.00
Bylow No. 12  4 p.c    6 yrs.   1914 420.00
I 86944.00
Loss Local Improvement Sinking Fund  6396.33
Not Looal Improvement Debenture Debt ....   I 81648.78
'
Unpaid Vouchers a* at Dec. 31st, 1910
4349 G. D. Brown, 81.38.
A. Tinner, 11.98.
4889 A. Grant, 11.36.
6349 F. B. Diy, 836.00.
6733 No. 30 for 117.30.
No. 76 lor 118.76.
No. 83 for 13.40.
(786 W. H. Stoney k Co., 11.76.
6743 A. Harvey, 8740.
6064 Dr. Campbell, 117.80.
9876 Thos. Gumty, 14.00.
(486 No. 18.
Locil Improvement Voucheri unpaid at December 31 it, l»W.
(19 No. 98, 826.10.
(97 No. 14, 89.60.
No. 16, (0.60.
I certify tbst I have examined the book* and socounU
of tho Corporation of the City of North Veappirvtr, B. C,
(or the year ending December 3ltl, 1914, and thit th* above
Balance Sheet is a correct itotcmont of the affairs of tht Corporation of the City of North Vancouver at at December
Slit; 1910, and agree* with tho acoounU at reoorned in *t
book* ol fh* Corporation.  .
% f. TEOMA8SW,
Chartered Aicoonnieat,
North Vancouver, B. 0,
Fsbruiry 90th, 1911.
you want Bread,
5cones, Oatcakes
and general Confectionery equal to
HOME-MADE
TRY
THE=?= I
SCOTCH I
BAKERY I
135 Lonsdale Ave I
(Next door to Everybody's Shoe Store)
SPECIALTIES
Scotch Shortbread
and Pies
GIVE US A TRIAL
Bruce & Co.
ABTISTIC   SINGING   AM)   VOICE
FBODiiCTKlN
MISS LENA DUTHIE
(Celebrated  Scottish   Vocaiiit)
Pupil   ol  Signor   Kiloiiriln  Gulli ol
Milan.   Diplomat, lioyul Academy and
lloyul College ol Music, London, I"
land.   Will lute pupil- in Norlh Vuneouver two dayi per week.
Commuuicato
"THE ALBANY,"
1016 Granville Si reel,
Vancouver, U. '',
A. Campbell Hope
C. A. ' ai .
ARCHITECT
358 1st Street East
Phoue BU2 "
General Contracting'
Elevating,  Clearing Grading, etc.
'   itwChrts.
D. MacjLENNAN
Ctori
m
•ut of $1. George's Arenut,  of
ATENTS
ft sonar tnr butctii of HnmJictiiRrs,
to|tu«rll»totl)tri wliu rculir.'lln-niWuWI-
ftierwrisgOitlr rilnl Im.li -. tnmicltd
bjKiptrti. ftcllu;Uiii/iilv,'. Im. clurfci
DoatnU*. D*rlsvisl*riAtvlicr i-.ni ui»,n it-
quest. ItirlittAiriHon. Ilti'il.. fti w Vi,il )J1.
W|. Moetirtl. Ut Wwlilnulua. UjC. US*.
|| VCA"
rniiNcr. THE nm%W, NORTH VANCOUVER,*, G,
rWE EXPRESS
OWBBXPW AD, (MLIUBJB
loom tbt wantt tnd tbt oM»il* o,'
■ *Hrr*nt looal advertising,
BATES
Single Illisrt. 10c per lins '
•a* W**k, 7Jo por line per insertion
lil Month, Bo psr line per insertion
WANTED
WANTUP—Espsrleiicud girl or woman lor general housework. Uood
V/agea paid. Apply Mrs. II. M. Hums,
|«8 3rd street JJ. 7 3
WANTED-Proporty. II you have
any for sals list it with us, we havo
buyers, Saandia Investment Co., suite
7, Bill Ponder W U-8
DEATH PROM PNBIWOXJA
Death from pneumonia brought on
by a severe cold and worry ovsr His
death ol her son took away ons ol
Norlh Vancouver's much respected citizen! in the person of Mrs. Ballsy,
wile of Mr. A. W. Ballsy at the laity residence corner of 17th street and
Million Ave. at an *arly hour Monday
morning, Deceased had been ailing
lor son)* tints and linos the death ol
her son Alts, thii winter wai unable
to rest at iiijfhts. Shi wis about 40
years ol ags ami leaves a husband to
mourn her loss. Imminent will be
made on Thursday, March Oth, at
13.45 o'clock Irom tht Methodist
ohuroh.
WANTED-Littings Irpm owners  ol
North Vsncoiivur properties,    II  you
havi i bargain and want to ie)l, list
with us. We havo tho buyers.
1'IKIK'E 4i HALL.
7-8 Next to Palace  Hotel.
 FOB BBNT	
FOB HUNT Kurnished housekeeping
rooms, 318 "ml itreet .ait, 14-3
TO LEASE—Sevan rooun, furnished
April let, 133 tilli ilreet, North Vun
couvor, [iliouo '.'15, 7-3
• TO LET—Purnishsd room without
board in private home, tiood loiiitiou
snd close to air lino. X. Y. /,., Impress iltll.i'. - tl
TO BENT—Private euito ol newly
[urnislinl roiiiuii, two btileoiiioa, splendid view. Apply two doors cult ol
(ireliiill,  lib street oast. 10-3
FOB  HALL
FOB SALE -Manure. Apply to N.
V, 'truniler uml Lively Co., I.onsilah
Avenue. 37-i>
FOB SALE—Cow uiunure for the
garden, tine dollir per loud. ' Colin
F. Jackson, Fifteenth street, telephone
105. U
FOB SAI.I'.-llouble corner lots 10-
30, block 3, I). 1.. 553, corner I3lli und
Uladitono, lacing south, 81300. Cash
8800, baltncs, li, 13 and 18 months.,
Apply L. Wilkt, Hotel North Vancouver, between li uml III p.m. 10-3
MISCELLANEOUS
J, l.suitt snd North Lonidal.
Elder Murray Co. fir* iniuranoe.
1'UBNITUBB
W. will buy or omhange your stovis,
rang.i anil household goodi lor ipot
cash. Turner's, 70 l.nnidul. Avenut.
I'bon. 184.    I X Hon 313.
TO WIDEN BOAD
The district council it its recent
meeting appointed a committee lo in
torvjew the water committee ol the
Vancouver city council lor the purposing of advancing ths proposal to
widen the Capilano road to 66 hri.
In commlttss ths counoil made a
grant ol 83H0 towards ths construction of the new Lynn Valley Institute
hall,,providing that the charter anil
constitution meets with their approval.
Alter a vacation ol iiln.ul three
weeke Dr, Verner returned from a trip
to Sun Francisco ton Saturday evening lust and rnrlyVip'Sunday resumed hi. practice. Tin) Dr. went suuth
fur a rest but was/surtniimed north to
io' Stevenion oa*. in Vancouver otherwise lie would have eujoyed the
warmth ol the southern state fur loinu
i inie longer. He does not intend going south again fur a while.
!  qASB ADJOUBNED
The adjourned hearing ol Joseph
Nioholich cams up before J, p»t,
Woods ami Foreman yosterdsy and in
consequence of an application from ths
ihiloimo for a lurther remand ol two
days which was not opposed by the
prosecution, the case was adjourned to
Wednesday morning.
Mr. ||. p, Wlntermnrs appeared for
the defence and stated in opening that
ho believed the accused gavo the lease
on the property in question lor ten
yours on the understanding as to his
legal rights and II given un opportunity could probably maks a satisfactory iispliiiuilion to the complainant.
He ii.vpcel.iid his uncle Irom Hellinghaiu
up in i lew dtys, Mr. J. W. Dell.
Karris, prosecuting lor John MoEwsn,
the complainant, made no objection to
tlie remand which was granted with
the mime bail.
During the soumn ol Lout Bev, Father Drunker will assist Bev, Father
1'eytavin with the services in St. Edmund's church Father Drooker said
masi ut .Sunday service.
1. I). O. T.
'     NOTICE TO CONTHACTOliS
  •*
HEALED TENDKI1S on the pre-
scrilieil forms will bo received by Ihe
unileriignad until 6 p.m. on Thursday,
I <»t !■ Murch, 1011, for ths clearing and
grubbing of a road in I), I. 'JIM Irom
thu Lynn river tu ths tail boundary
of mid District Lot in accordniico
with thu spi'i'il'u'aiion and plan In be
seen ut thii ofhc
The lowest or any tender not nccci-
sarily accepted.
J. B. CO8OB0VE,
Di.trict Engineer.
Di.trict Municipal Offics,
North Vsncouvsr,
4th March, 1011.
A, vary successful open night- snd
bos social was held last evening in
3rd street ball and Chesterfield Ave.,
presided over by CT. Bro. C, Cross.
Alter tho excellent und lengtliy variety programme was concluded a large
number ol really hundsome boles and
baskets wero auctioned off by l'.CT.
Urn. Haskell who made an efficient
salumian. About .■ i i -. ii-.■ or leven-
ty people rumuined lor rolreihmonti
and inciul iutercourie.
The A. Farro
Grocery
126 2nd St West
When you deal at the A. Fsrro
Grocery you get exactly whst
you ssk for'at right price. :
Special Attention!
We carry s complete line of
Groceries,
rianbury 4 Ev.ni Br.ad 22 for 81-00
HENRY II. WATSON
Architect
Booms 10 und 11, l'ender Chambsri,
633 Ponder Street W. l'hoiil 3451
Basideme,  cor.  Lnnadili  Avt   md
93nd street, Noith Vunciinv.r.
G.M.N. COAL & SUPPLY CO.
ire now ready to fill all orders
for coal Tbty will
carry i full line of building sup-
plies. Get the best. They have ll.
A trill order will convince you of
that. Out your coal before the
rslny season ssts in. Headquarters ou corner of Esplanade
and St. Oeorge, North Vsncouvsr.
Phone 259 '   Terms Oisb
AIIDITOB
. Application will lie received by lln
uiidoriigued up lilt 6 p.m. on Mnnduy,
13th ol March for Iho poiition ol Auditor ol the i ii> ol North Vancouver.
THOMAS SHEI'HKBI),
City Clurk.      10-3
BUILDING, PLUMBING- AND SAN1
TABY INSI'EOTOB
Applications will lie received by  tht
undersign*! up till 5 p.m. on Monday,
13tb March, 1011, for the poiition ol
Building, J'tombing and Sanitary In-
,''   *p»otor ol the City of North Vancouver to perform duties defined in  By-'
!>' l#w*   of 'th*   City   tnd    Provincial
Health Act and Sanitary rtr-gulition*.
. (Salary 8100 par month.
, THOMAS SHEI'HEBD,
&m <;>ty CUrk.
TV
r
TAKE NOTICE that ihe Council ol Ihe Ciirporution ol the City nl
North Vuneouver inUndi to eonsiruet tlm following works ol l.ocul Im
prnvoment Under lub-section (33) ruction 356 ol the Munieipul Cluiises Act,
uud intondi to aSsNS th. Iw.nl coll thereol upon the real pro|nrty Imntllig
or abutting thereon, und to b. henelitUil thereby, und (but a .luteinent
showing ihe lauds liable tu pay the said uiieiiinent und Ihe iiumis ol the
owneri thereol, so far ss can b. ascertained Irom the lull revisud Aiiesl-
nuint Hull ii now on til. in the iinaMol the Clerk ol the Municipulily uui
ii open for inspection during offic. houri.
i  i.e. i,.I    City's
STBEET WHltk Cut    Shnri
I'.splanude    ami   I'rescont   street Ir.iin
St. Gcorge'i to Bt'. David's A.c.iaiiiliuy Hiwur  S3:i,l5l|  81,110
Fint itreot Irom Bt. Putrick'i io Si.
Duvid'i Aveiiu. (inilary sewer   10,837  -
Second .trast from 300 loet call ol St.
Andrew's to SI. David's Avenue...sanitary newer   14,8011       In',
Third street Irom St. Andrew', to St.
David's Avenue  sanitary sower   16,784    I.3UH
North Vuneouver, B. C., THOMAS SHEI'HEKI),
March 7th, 1811. City Clerk.       17-3
•—•^''-—mm*--'''..        i i
hlfy VALLEY NOTES
Everyone 1 interested in ths - Valley
should keep ctlio evening ol Monday,
April 10th   Iree  from  Other  euguge-
moiits that they may hav* a  real
treat In oonnsctlon with the opening
ol tht now I'rosliylnriiiii church.
mWr*. (Dr.) E. »• Polllck will tie at
I tbe second 'fbursday  of.ocb
alb at lw rssidanct 134 18th itreot
Wm\
LYNN VALUY
Why psy 8860.00 (or rough unclstrad Lot* whan w* can **U you
tb* v*ry lust obared Lot* without » iton* on tarn, Uvcl a* s tlbi*
md into gru*. B**s eultiv.Ud lor tsn ye.ri, tnlusUd on (sntr.
Boid, bring ths bsst Boad on ths North Shore and on. block from
ths Cir list, School, Church and Stori; b.v. dty w*t*r, alsoiris
light ind tstsphons.
Pries I860 to 8400 web. Tirmi 1100 <>s*h, balanc* 6 11 *nd 18
month*. lass* lot* will bring st l*a*t in our •stisistion 100 o*r
cs.it. profit on th* snwunt InvsiUd within .it ntontb., Buy qui*,
la*y ar* going last.
►UY and BURN*
P. 0i Box m riorlii Smitmm
■
^—m-m^—m
IYNN VALLEY
 .„..— ,_  _
R. MAGENNIS
' BUTCHER
Free delivery to all psrls of
Lynn Valley st city prices
No order too email to fill
FRESH MEAT DAILY
5*511' Frederick Road
Dwelling Houses for Sale
Sit Booms and Basement with Furnace and all modern conveniencM
—near Grand Boulevard, new, 60
(not.   Lot—Cheap and good terms.
Si> Dooms and comer lot iu weit end
Price only 13300—euiy lermi.
Five Boom Bungalow with large concrete basement and Purnaca—niar
Lonidale    Averfuo.    I'rice-Kl.MH).
Cash 8600, instalments, easy.
Special encouragement   lor   builders
on throe excellent residence lots.
lilip, Cameron & Co.
II.......ml ind I,.......!,,., ......i-
Ill I'HSI STBHET EAST
Specials for
This Week at
Welcome
Parlor
Grocery
Store
Ti s, Bnid'i Ctylon
...36c lb.
Codes,   mailed   or   ground   to
order    36c lb.
Chssse, Csnidi Cr.am 17|c lb.
Corn, Beans and Cream par can    10c
TomiUin. and Pen, l.rg. ill*
Caw     I3|c
Gloii or Corn Starch, 1 lb. pck. ...6c
lleinl/ Pork and IWiins, par 'im ...131c
Plnwppl* in Isrgt tin    16c
Importsd   »nd   local   Jam.,
Jellies, par jtr  18c
It. k C, Bolted Oil*, * nek  36c
ltoy.1   .St.nd.nl   Plour,   48-lb
Sick
 11.76
Eggi (ivsry *gg guir.nUal)
p*r do/.n    86c
DutUr,   Star   Cr*am*ry,   ll-lb.
Bos     14.80
H.pl. Syrup in 6 lb. Tint  ,Mk
Ully WhlU Syrup, 10-lb. tin  66c
Baiiitt, choic* mitt, 8 pck* Sot
Sugar, B. 0, bsst, p*r uck 11.68
Appl**, cooking, p*r bos  81 30
Haass** p*r dos 86c
Ortsg*., *wt*t Ntv.li  10 for 10c
Pigt, Sil. Ntw drisd 4 lb* 36c
Honty In comb  , Mc
Crttm Sods Biicuit. ptr lb  10*
Gold lad Urd 10-lb. ptil  .11.60
Pr**b tv*ry diy—
Milk, Cream, Buttsrmilk, Ursad,
Caka., Piss.
Vag»t*bl*« ss Ictture, cauliflown,
csbbag., carrot, turnip it 'owoit
•tiad,rd pricu.
|tJ||'BICTLV r'HIlSH itflOS 86* dot.
King up T*l. 136 *ad w. will quoU
pries* oa Swift's Ram* and Bason *lc.
Coupon, givau Ire. o* svtry 83.60
ordsr lo g*t * chine oa rssidasUal
lot fas Port Angst*..
EXPLOSIVES
We are in a position to
look after your requirements in thin line. We sell
Stumping powder.
Dynamite,
Fuse and Caps, We can
quote you at a minutes
notice prices by the pound,
box or car; f.o.b. this city.
paine & McMillan
Tht Hardware Spicialisti. Phoni 13
FIRST STREET & LONSDALE
ftmmmmimmfimimm
McMillans Tea
bOood
3 lb*, for $1.00
_+_ •   i  	
J. A. 6 M. MtMII I \N
B. * K.CEBCAL Kjj
{tolled Osts Whole Wheat Flour    Rice Flour
Oatmeal Buckwheat Flour        Pearl Barley
Cracked Wheat Graham Flour Split Peas
Rolled Wheat Rye Flour Canadisn Wheat Fltktt
Ask your Grocer for B. t9t H, Brand. Ihe Standard of Quality
Wholesale from
The Brackman-Ker Milling Co., Ltd.
LONSDALIi AVENUE.       Ai Ferry Landing.
WE have MONEY to invest (or
English clients in close in pro-
—--— perties  in North Vancouver.
fl We shall certainly do business with
anyone  whose  offers are  reasonable.
■ ,           (—■■■■■- •^m^~-^'mVimmmmmWmnm1
The Merchants Trust & Trading Co.
UaUTID
CORNER PENDER AND BURRARD ST3.
PAID UP CAPITAL 1100.000.00 R. THOMPSON TINN, M...d>, DlrMlw
 MUNCH OKHCE. I4 OU tnti St., Issdis, assbst,     I
PALACE HOTEL
Rath i   $1.00  per   snd  up.   Special rstes to fsmilits
iinl   to regular   hoarders	
rincat Roof Garden on Pacific Coaat
REDA&ANDRU88
M9MIIT9RI
Sm.nNii Stssst.   -•..   NORTH  VANCOUVER, ti. C
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We operite ths only padded furniture ind piano
moving vsn in the city, , ,
N. V. Carta* Co.
•* P"^p^8t/^8|lTf fwWWf
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