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PARTY POLITICS IN COUNCIL CHAMBER
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The Oity BnglnMr and Oivlc Pitrontge
The city council's correspondence in
I'ludiid list n)gbt a letter 'rom Profile-
or B. B. Miciiigbton asking whither
the couucil bad decided to accept hii
proposal Ig regard to the plebiscite on
tbs bottle licence queitlon. Decision
was deferred until a report wis forthcoming from tbe licence commissioners.
Pr. J. J. Thomson, modical officer ef
health, ur'nii' recommending that tho
hi'illh committoo and himself should
be empowered to acquire accommodt-
Hop for infectious'caiei such as dlph-
tbelia and moasloi. Such accommodation was a probablo nood at any time.
The  matter  wu  referred   to  the
•Ilh committee wbo will bring in a
|eport.
k lotter wai thon road from the local
Coniervative Auociation, whose otecu-
Itive committee asked foi tho co-operation of tho council in the appointment
of dolegates to most and dlscuii with
delegates of the' Auociation and of tho
Hoard of Trade and dlftrict council
ths question of larger appropriations
from the provincial government to as
sis! iii the construction of good trunk
roads and othor workt of public utility,
it being intended lhat the delegates
ibould later approach tho provincial au
tboritioi en the matter.
' It waa suggested that tbe mayor and
Aid. Biu ibould he appointed is Ihe
. niuo il 'i delegate!.
Aid. Dick, however, said that    although ho. wai abiolutely In accord with
the I., linn., it the iame timo he con
sf   siderod it uiiusiitl te bring parly poll-
\   lids into Iho city council,   "It ii a
good idea to open up the country," said
Aid. Dick, "but the manner iu whicii
the request'bu come up to ui ii wrong.'
1      Aid. M.liie agreed witb these lenti
I   moiiti.     It wai establishing t price-
} dent which should not bo onterttined in
Ibi council.
Aid Irwin coniidered tho miller wu
one wbicb ihould not be treated in a
party spirit. An opportunity of doing
good work migbt pass while tbo council
wu quibbling as to who suggested il.
Aid. McBae vory strongly objected to
thi word "quibbling." He thought Aid.
Irwin'i remark  wai entirely uncalled
,   'f
kid. Ptuet wu In agreement  with
Aid. Irwln.    He alio thought tbit there
wu too much quibbling.     If thr iug
geillou wu t good one whit did it mil
ler where it ctuic fromt
,     Eventually the mayor and Aid. Bin
were tppoinled dclegttei, Aid. Pick and
Aid. McBae railing diuiotient voices.
Quite • lengthy letter rime from llity
Engineer Hanoi. "I ara not," ho slut
j ad "in fiver of continuing dty libor
work for Ibo city, under tbo present re
solution of the council, ti I dud during
the l.ii few wecki thai the city fore
mill lnvo lost control of the men to a
great client, owing to Ibe fut Ihtl
only rilcpayin are boing employed."
"This lyitem his developed into
•iimi'lliing like l pttrontgc system, lud
I believe Ibat In a few monthi, serious
results will fellow and I would, thero
fori, respectfully recommend lhat Ilie
resolution regarding ratepayers should
be rescinded, or lhat contract work
,< ihould lake the pltco of diy Ithor
' pork In overy plice wbore il il pos
Slide lo dtf IO.
"1 wish lo tdd Ihtt I certainly am
in fsvor of giving preference le rate
payers on work, bul I do not believe it
- should he by rcaolution of the council
ti ll Is i a>u>ng t groat deal of trouble
ind u ilalod above, I de nol boliove
Ibat it will in; proper to allow It le
...illume any longer u there la nol tbe
-sun opportunity lo get value fer mon
i ei cspcndcd and Ihe foremen have no
chance to got a good gang ef men lo
gether fer their particular clan ef
work.
"I have found by experience Ibat
where auy system of ptlrontge exists
)(it *|i.;o connection with city work Ibat
iMuouoy cannot be ipent to u good
tdvanlage •• If thi foremen have unlimited choice of mm."
There wis no comment on thll lotter,
it being briefly roferred to the Botrd
i eMm*
Ut.llentt ilso reminded tbe couucil
1   that hii resignation tehee effect at tee
cod of March ind aoggeeted thtt some
action be taken accordingly. Tbe mat
ler wai, however, left la abeyance.
,   Ut. Hanoi further notWod the coun
cil that he hii obtained levels fer do
leipioing bow far waler could be sup
pllld In Ibe upper part ef tbe city and
bad low"1 tuti i'l** Vtilty ini> WM
ihi limit and that thera would only be
IC It W pound) pressure In tits eity
mains.   He recommended tbi comtruc
tim of a waler pipo fro>n tbe corner
[ of I>ynn W»F m* **A Slit strset np
'j  through fli. John's college grounds and
I  northward connecting with Lynn  Vai-
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ley trail. Thii spggoHtiou was roferred to the waterworks coinmltteo with
power to act.
Ur. A. (1. Perry, local manage): of the
H.n.E.H, (lo., intimated that he had re.
ferred to tlm company 'i hoad offices the
queitlon of putting all the car tracki
to permanent grade whore macadamizing is to take place.
Tho building InipBctor'i report ihow-
od lhat during tho mouth of March lii
pormiti bid been issued representing
tho tottl sum of $78,81)4. For tho first
threo montln of this year the valuo of
the ponnii'i isiuod ii (1711,1)1), as
agalmt $11)4,001) in tbo corresponding
period of lusl year.
A petition from a number of ratepay
em for an arc limp on Ihe corner ef
25th street tnd Ht. Oeorge'i tvenue wes
referred to the lire and light committee,
Iv M. Forbes called attention to tho
dangerous itate of 18th itreot noar Bl.
Andrew's. The writer had sustained a
•prainod auklo and, failing eiunpom.n
tion from the council, wbs prepared to
put tho matter in a solicitor's hands.
Tho council accepted no responsibility.
The city engineer reported that lm
and Mr. Shepherd had examined lhe petition for the widening of 4th stroet
and the cost of same and had come In
tho concluiion that the cost would be
about $33,000 for tbo lumi necessary for
tbo widening of the street 10 feet on
each' side and about $8,1)00 for moving
buildings, making in all a total eusl of
about $40,0011. The matter was refer
rod to tbe Board of Works.
The council decided to accept Mr. A.
W. Henry's offer to supply a Webb automobile wagon for Ibo lire deparlmcnt
for $7,61)0 f.o.li., North Vaneouccr, sub
ject to tbo city solicitor assuring the
council thai the Ariii'i guarantee would
bo quite in order. Prior lo tbo accept
ance of Ibis lender .there was prolonged
discussion arising from Aid. McBae's
complaint lhal lie had not been properly
nolUrd of tl"' meeting iif the commit
tec.
Ust evening the Kpworlli League uf
the Mctbodisl church held its monthly
consecration evening. Mrs. Hummer assumed the leadership, lhe subject boing
"Faithful aud ftitb btlf full mem-
iiers." Three uew members rp.ceiyj.il
into the league. Very inspiring even
Ing.
The choir of Bl. Andrew's I'jesbyter
Ian church Intend giving a concert in
thc Institute Hill, Lynn Valley on
Wednesday noglit. The program will
lie similar le that performed so successfully in Nurth Vancouver a mouth ago.
FOUND NOTIOB
There is in tho I'ily Pound one teem
ef horses, black uud light brown. If
not claimed within sii days from this
date shall be sold by public auction at
tho city hall lo defray expense! of im
pounding same.
W.T.tlHAHAME,
2ml April, H)IH. Poundicopor.
NOBTH LONBDALB
PBBBBVrEBIAN OHUBC1I
Building/ipcritions have beeu in full
swing Ihis week, wilh the result tb.it
Iho addition lo tbe auditorium is near
ly completed, while preparation is well
Under way towards Ibe Bible l.'laM
nnun and kitchen which arc lo be added
en the ether side of tho present build
ing. The building commilloe mot lasl
evening and they will probably
make provisional arrangements for Hie
formal opening of Ine whole liuildim.'.
Bev. Principal Ufekty ol fertminsli r
Hall hu already promised to lie one nf
Ibe spoken on tbat occailea,
In the meantime tho services are
being beld ai usuil In lbc uid p>rt of
Ihe cbureb,
A new feature of lbc work ii the
organisation of Ibe Sunbeam Million
-Hand by Mrs. Adami. Over a dozen
girli joined al lbc fint mooting
Tbe ladies ^ Aid meet ovcry Thun
day In preparation of thc groat uie uf■
work which will loon bo held.
LONBDALB THBATBB
The Hidden I,.- 1'iiige Company gave
a veiy pleaiing performance of that
sterling comedy "Our Boys" at the
Lonsdale lut evening. Maria lloldenas
Violet Melrose and Hazel Stone tbe
poor cousin, were very effoctlvo, and
tbe comedy lines and situations were
ably Interpreted by Ibo other nenittn
of tbis uuuiuilly capable »tock com
pany, In particular Al. Herbert Kenney
gave an excellent portrayal of Perkyn
Middlewick ,lhe retired butler man and
wu grilled with roan of laughter after hii quaint remarks. Tbere will be
ipeclal matinees on Friday and Saturday of Nils wsek at iM jju.
MfW VAWJBV' M<999
Mr. p. fl. H»t|le bus purchased (1.
l.iirgcu's proporty pn Frederick Boad
adjoining '"is and anticipates making
groat improvement!
The grading of the school grounds is
lieilllj    completed   am)   IIIUCll   credit     ll
duo sHnuiuoer Held for tho excellent wuy
in which ho Ins carried out tho work,
A special mooting of tbo Lynn Valloy
Halepayers' Association will he held
tonight in the'iild school at il o'clock.
Tho mooting is called for tho purpose
of hoariug the candidates for the approaching election which is to take
place on Saturday next.
A speclel meeting ii advertised for
Thursday 'evening at 8 o'clock in the
mupicipal ball following tho rogular
weekly business meeting. This will he
of ipeclal interest to all rutnpayors and
evoryono should muke an effort to be
present. Tbo meeting Is called by
Reovo May.
The St. Andrew's Presbyterian choir
of North Vancouver will givo a concept
tomorrow nigbt in tho Institute Hull
under the baton of Mr. W. Wilson. The
concert was recently given and was
such t marked auccou thut it had lo
bo repeated. A treat is exported tomorrow night at tho Hall commencing
at 11 o'clock. Proceeds will bo in aid
of trustees' fund.
Preparatory service will be held iu
Knox church ou Thursday evening at 8
o'clock which thc pastoi will couducl.
On Sunday morning next at 11 o'clock
the sacrament of baptism will bo ob
sorved followed by the sacrament of
the Lord's Supper. A hearty invito
tiuu was intended last Sunday to all
members of other churches tu parlalic
in these services, and being Easter
Burnley good attendances are expected.
COMMUNICATION
Editor Espreii:
Dear Sir,—I am taking this method
of lolling the ratepayers of llic Districl
uf North Vaiicuuver know tbat I heart
ily cmlorio the candidature of the pro
•out council end my reasons briefly for
.'Is.iflg JJ).-' .Mfluri!, Brijgmen, fjoutct,
Ward and Weilover were elected nu the
Lllli of January, lnl-, under the ward
ayitcm by the people to serve uu the
council for tho year IBI! to epable llic
diitrict of Weit Vaucouvpr to get (heir
incorporation through al the last sitting
of llii: provincial legislature in Victor
il. We were unable to fix the lioundur
ici for wards under Iho 1912 assessment
which Is the reason for the present
election rolling for four councillors lo
be elected from tho whole district, in
stoad of one councillor each from four
different wards. Tho before mentioned
councillors were elected virtually, fur
if it bad not been for the separation
of tho district Ihere would have been
uo election until ucxl year, and speak
ing for tho year 191! I am pleased lo
stale Dial for tile past two ami a half
ii,smllli' since elected thoy have shown
fairness ind equity in their council
work to lbc whole districl alike, and u
harmonious business spirit prevails
which lendi itself to good and efficient
service for lbc diilricl.
Every part ef the district ii ropre
■puled, whicii precludes any chance of
control from any particular section. In
conclusion I wish lo tender my hearty
thanks to Iho ratepayers for, their con
fldencc In so kindly roturning mo by ac
clamation to tho important position of
reeve of the municipality of North Vtncouver and would uk you lo further
■how your conlldcnco by supporting Hie
prcienl council by your vole and inilu
ence m tbtt tbe work wc have under
way »' ""' P'osent time may be
brought to a ipeedy and iucceufu|
completion. t
Vuur" obediently,
WM. H. MAY.
BONN   To Mr. and Mrs-, If 1. Has
lett, eo April ltl, a daughter.
The Urgaet Picture in the World
According to newi from Borne, the
painter Sarloria bas juit completed
the decortlion of * l»rge panelling
deitlned for the ball of tbe parlia
ment bul|dlog. Tbe work ii 1$ feel
bigb and 4 feet long. Jt represents
the history of the deliverance ef Holland contains ttl Agntep of perioni of
an average height of 9 leet, 9 inches.
It ii, therefore, the largeit picture in
lbe world, Md lbe artist ipent :il
monthi ffn U.
Ftmilici wiibing lo procure fresh
milk, butler or cream, bandied by lhe
moit approved methods of modern
science, should, place their orders with
the Purity Creamery Company, 100
Second street west. ti.
immi	
TUESDAY, AFBIL 'J, 1U18
■■■HS9BBS
JNWBBB8
LOCAL sndPERSONAL
Mrs. T. Bbeilhord, wife of tbe city
c|erk in' Nurlh Vancouver, and their
daughter, arrived hero yesterday from
the old! e iry.   The family residence
)fIII probably ||0 oil 17th street Ctlt.
. A party of men ongagod In felling
a large fir In tho munlclpallly incidentally lapped a huge hollow ill the tree
from wbicb cavity thoy securod no loir
thdn fiur Inrgn fifty-two gallon casks
of pitch,,.
Chief of Police Davies representing
the Imal force, ut tended on Sunday tho
funeral of the late Constable Byeri in
Viii|cMvor. Some of the"North Van
euuver constables also attended unofficially.
Hails end sundry impedimenta tre boing laid down by the B. 0. Kleclric
llailwuy Co. in readiness tn receive tho
now ns 11 cars due tu urrivo on thii
sido at an curly date. Mr. A. Q. 1'erry
Iho local manager, is endeavoring to
get them into use for Hood "Friday
which fill probably be a day of record
traffic.
fare men were fined yesterday morn
iug at the city hall for imbibing boyoml
thc limits of wisdom. One of the of
fenders, during his wanderings from the
p.-n h of virtue wus under tbu impression
that hu was in the city of Vaueouver
until lbc precise locution of the police
hunili|usrtcrs struck him is being some
what strange.
At Friday night's mooting, of  the
West Vaueouver Kalepayon' Associa
lion in llic Stuck Exchange lluilding,
Vuncouver, notice was received from
the provincial authorities at Victoria
for a $2o,iiuii grant fur the municipality for wurk on lhe Keith lion,I. lege
ther with a promise that similar aid
would bp furthcoming next year.
tail evening' in Iho Horticultural
Hall Ibe Vancouver Amateur Musical
I'onicdy Cu. preicntcd their original pliy
"Silas B. Wathim, of New York." Tbo
cast was lhe same as appeared iu Soulh
VuiH'ouvur, Lynn Valley and other pin
cos end is "practice mikes perfect"
Ihil comedy was if anything belter
than previously. Applause wus not
lljiiled, imt wsieAhe cncofci.
With the sanction of Ihe district
council, Mr. J. 1'. I'mv.i,ml it constructing ti tool bridge over the Lynn Valley
canyon. This bridge is at the foot nf
a roud which .is the continuation ol
Dpmpsey road and will he lhe moans of
effectually shortening lhe distance to
thc heights above the canyon besides
providing an excellent point ot vantage
from which to view Ihe Lynn scenery
The No. I lm brigade diapliyed ll
musl record expedition uu Sunday after
noon when an urgent rull suminuncd
Ihem lo the wharf where a defective
tank hud sel Are to au automobile. Mr.
Hnulilsworlb of lhe ferry freight tic
I<;>itin. ul. hid however coupled up a
hose ond extinguished Ihe Humes. The
fruitless fire mil nevertheless served to
show llm efficiency end promptitude of
the department.
l-'rnnl, Webber, SOU of Mrs. Willillll
Murilen, formerly of this city, bis been
distinguishing himself iu thc sporti
field A Los Angeles piper, comment
iug on the Vermont avenue ichool sports
steles tlmi "Frank Webber was the
hero uf tho Vermont team in the senior
division. Ho has a lot ef speed sod
good form, and with good advice led
com-lung will mike i grctl athlete."
Webber secured no fewer thin live irit
plan-- ill the senior division.
ALL BTAB  JOB HOOKBY
Battle of Tltam at Vancouvsr Tonight
"For east ii cut and wesl li wait"
ii a senlimont tbit will be duly cm
pbisizcd whon Iho all star hockey team
from the cut and thc ill iter hockey
team from tbe clubs of tbe Picllc coait
ieigue meet to do battle at lbe Vtncouver trona thii ovening.
Tho tbree leading teams ef the eaat,
namely the ijucbcci (holders of tke
Stanley Cup), the Wanderers, and tke
Ottiwu have loaned their best pliycrs
to come to tke coait and vindicate tbe
right of Ihe eist to be coaildered tke
home ef the licit ice hockey on "rtb
or on ice. On the ether lund, Ihe If.
C. teinis have united their lust material
and have produced an all ttnl Isam
lhat would bave ronsldend tkimielvci
practically invincible ia tk* east a year
age-end arc prepared to •pTsOve^them'
solves capable of giving thc euternen
levenl points ind still come out oa lhe
long end of the score. I
Tbe result Is that lbc very be»t
brand of ice hock»y tkat the world
can produce Will be icon it tbi Vancouver arena thii evening- a fact which
ahould attract one of the higgeet crowds
yet won under a single roof lo the city
tf Vaaeonvar,
MffAfiBMns W4*fl fbom
DBATH IN OATXhAtlp CANYON
BlectrlcUu   Hung   From   Projecting
Bough Until Help Otnie
Shortly sftir noon on Sundiy Lewis
Hilssoll,  ill   electrician   In   the  employ
of the British Columbia Electric Ball-
way Co., In 'Vancouver miraculously
escaped death In tho neighborhood of
tbe First Canyon, Capilano. Bussell,
who was on a fishing expedition, wis ap
parontly commencing an attempt to
I'linib down the iliuosl perpendicular
face ef tbe c|lff when a rock becume
dislodged beneath his foot and the man
disappeared from viow. Fortunately he
threw out bii handi ami clutched at a
projecting bough tud clung to it with
great difficulty uutil help cimc.
Tbe day being Sunday there were many
people visiting and'admiriiig Capilano.
Had tbis not beeu, Kusscll's grip would
soon have relaxed aud a fall to certain
death would bavo inevitably followed.
At is wes, however ,<ager hands were
stretched over the summit of tho cliff
and Bussell wai pulled onto safe
ground. Very shaken and unnerved be
waa taken home iu an automobile. His
physical injuries arc limited to a
■■plained knee and severe bruisci.
At the time of tho accident the ('ap
ilano flume wai considerably peupled,
hut owing to the noise of thc waters,
fow heard tbo shouts of the lerrilled
man who was daugling wllhln in ace
of eternity. Whore the cmyoii uur
ruwi lomcwhit scvuril persons observed
his plight ind shrieked helplessly'.
"Hands trross the set" il ■ very line
scntlmout; Buisoll however cm Hunk
uf nolliing it present but tboie hands
over tho canyou'i brink and how much
he owei to men.
CLASSIFIED ADS.
WANTED
WANTED—Help for general hum,
work.     Apply 116—3rd itreot.      t.f
WANTBD-Waitress for lunch hour
tpply Kilburn Cafo, Esplanade.
WANfKD-A Intem teacher of
piano for little girl, eight, Box ASS.
Expreu. 3 I
WANTKD   Listings on cily proper
ly.   L. L. Woodward, 114 Lonsdile Ave
t.f
WANTED--To buy lul  with small
biik  en.   near cir lino it iiu per
monlli in Nortb Viucouver. Address Bui
1733, N.'Vtnceuvor. 14
WANTED A junior clerk. Apply
(!. (J. Heaven, mining, r Hani, of llllli
ilton. f.f.
WANTED Hoarders in private fun
ily, near car. Apply l.ul L'ml slreei
East. lk-4
WANTED—To purchase set of llu
ucr's tools, or would buy whole ur
part busiucss for caih. Apply Bux Alii.
Expreu Office. 8 4
Educated Englishwoman desires pos!
lion, competent housekeeper ami cook
Could If sis! office dUtlei if lie i. ■■ ar,
Deferences. A. 11., P. 0. Box 800V,
North Vencouver. $-4
WANTED—A Minimi to do houie
work every Bdlurday. Apply evenings
lo Madam Humphrey'! llllh street and
I'heilirlcld avcnui, 713 Pender Slroet
Weit.
LOBT AND FOUND
LOST On Thursday last in Larson
Boad ravine a Waltham silver watch
aad ekaia. Bewaid. Maredea, P. 0.
Box MIU.
J.OBT Camera on Linton's wharf
fiat Sunday. Thi two men who found
•uno pleeie return to "Express" ollie
ind receive reward 1'
tO% »AIM (WiscoUaaeoui)
Ice Cream, {Butter Milk and Sweet
Milk H Mm Orotto, fresh daily. £11-4
FOB BALE Player Piano, almost
new. Small caih paymenl and take
«ver.equity.   A. W. t., Express Office
FOB BALE CHEAP- -Oak mantel and
brni front Are .place. In good condi
tion, ready for removal. Msy be seen
at (1$ 13th Street Weil. I.f.
FOB SALE -Second hand organ In
good condition. Price $10 on easy
terms.   Apply Wirburnlli Piano House
m, tf.
FOB 8AIiE-M)ne |oa of gfoe«7
•helving and counter In Lynn Valley.
Now lo store lately occupied by A. B.
Fletcher. Cm be som by spaying to
W. /. Wilson, Assignee. t.f.
TWIBfiP$»M to $70* for deed of lot
or acre Lynn Valley or Nortk tansdali
preferred,   lbat be snap.   Apply Bex
W^Wf W*9**ftomm ^fWSPi "'"
PODLTBY   FOB   SALB
FOB SALB-fiettings of Mammoth
Pekin Ducks. Prize stn|n. Phone 186.
Thoroughbred White Wyandotte eggs
$185 per setting. 141- l.'lth Street
west. # 264
8. 0. White Leghorn and White
Wyandotto Eggs from my best layers,
$1,311 por sotting, luu for $7.30. Day
old chicks $17.50 per hundred. Piatt
Mclim,■ poultry Hindi, Ycnnidon,
llniiey. B. C. t.f.
FOH BALE-A few pons of prise
•took, Columbian Wyamlultei, Colum-
bisn Bocks, Partridge Wyandottes, Bud
Orpingtons, 8. 0. While Leghorns. Now
booking orders for eggs ami day old
chicks, Mn. .1. E. Leo, Lynn Valley
Poultry Yardi, Dempsey Hoad, Box
SI 14, Norlh Vancouvor.
Puro fresh milk, creim butter, butter
milk, also ice and ice cream suppllod In
my. quantities ut right prices by the
Purity Creamery Company, 150 Boooud
street west. Our methuds uf baudling
tud processus of manufacluro tro tbe
latest ami best known tp modern
scionco. t.f.
PBOPEETY FOE SALE
=1
FOH SALE-IlufT Orpinglous, all
laying- cheap. 1st struct 3rd houu
west of Cbosterleld. 84
FOH SALE- -Beautiful view lot,
cleared level mul In grass, lmi, street
close lo l.unsduiek $8110, ', cash. See
Mrs. Hiiggnrly, 033 Lonsdole Avo. 8-4
McCuaig sells nt the cur. uf llllh tnd
St. Andrew's, Nurlh Vincouver, on
Wednesday gty.pi, llic contents of Mrs.
Kelly's reaidence Tike Luusdslii car
lu I'lb, walk east twu blm-ks ami see
the Hag to your rigbl.
FOB BENT
FOH   HENT   Furnished   room,   8th
slrect and I un dab   Phone III. I.f.
FOH HENT- One single und une double bed room, breakfisl, if wauled.
Apply 838 Ilh street nest g.<
HOOMS KOH  HENT   Housekeeping
and single.   IH8 Hud slrect cut.
FOH HENT Rooms with board if
desired, muderate rates, ulso small huuie
Apply flnt new huusc, INth street weit
of Lonsdile ..[,
TO HENT -Modern furnished ctblm
wilh free electric light ami water on
Uud street, frum $0 up per mout'u. Ap
ply Aleiumler Smith i Co.
Hi.-ii i   ami   [mon   fur  .-ingle   man.
Terms 'liimlcrutc    Near   car.      Apply
Mrs. Knight , ilh and Hulgeway Ave.
804
TO BENT—Three roomed cottage ou
corner of Moody and 17th street. $11)
1 qooth. Apply D. W. lb.liaison, I'll
Lousdale.
TO HENT Furnished eii rooinul
house for six months frum 1st of April
Apply Wailoiiiiit.- Piano House Ltd. t.f.
MISCELLANEOUS
flotitet Lonadale l'barmaoy Phone 30
V-fs^fe**
Agn emails for Bale discouutid.
Money waiting. Lonsdale Bealty Co.,
335 Lunsdule Avenue. Phone 817.   t.f.
Firo wood, Capilano Woodyard, Ihe
uid Capilano terminus, Keith road. Cord
wood and stove wood, 14 and 18 inebet
full measure, prompt delivery. P. 0.
Boi 11308, Pbone i'ii. lii
H. 0. Livery and Boird ilablee--
l.igbt rigs and ladles' saddle horses
for hire. Stabling for honee. Qen
eral delivery and heavy teaming. H.
Huron, 4ih street weit. 1'boni $47 t.f.
NOBTH SHOBE KKSIDENTS -IF
you deiire to sell your business or pro
perty ef auy kind call er write us,
ws hive clients for close in icreage
for subdivision. Wi' cin get remits.
Mcllwaine k Delbar, 8 donei Building,
407 Haitingi St. W„ Vincouver, B. C.
Will trade 7 roomed modern house,
itone bairment furnace, garden and
lawn, one block from Boulevard and
Keith road faclug louth, with splendid
view, for tw# good iati, nwsl ba close
lo car, facing south wilh good vlsw.
Bex UM, Nortk Vancouver.        <t
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Und /Clearing and (hiding lolt,
Pm Andrusi, Qenersl Oootra-slor. Sewer connectione a specially, basement
and other excavating work undertaken.
Estimates Ita. til St. Oeorgo'i All,
Nortk Vancouver, poat oice box *$W.
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4 Cleared Lote, full size, on 16th Street
in Block 34 "A"
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ONLY $1000 Each
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Terms one-third cash, balance if, 12, 18
months; also
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4 Large, Cleared Lots on Essex Street,
overlooking Park, one-half block from
Lonsdale Avenue
ONLY $950 Each
.Easy Terms
Irwin & Billings Co., Ltd.
Corner 5th and Lonsdale Phone 15   North Yancouver, B.C.
City Council's
Grant Towards
Joint Civic Advertising Committee Ask
p»r Becouslderatlou
Jbt Joint civic Advertising Commit-
iee enlivened in ihu eity hall oii Friday
iii'ieriinnii and came io the conclusion
that unless the city council favorably
reconsiders tbo terms of its resolution
last Monday night, tho committee will
probably be unable te proceed with tbe
appointment ol a Publicity Commissioner and tbe development of the oitond-
ed advertising schemes they 'nail In
view. The council expressed willing-
lieu to grant $1,0(10 on tbo condition
tbat tbe committee succeeded in realising $4,000 (rom other uurces, thc
sum of $5,000 constituting the needs ot
the committee for furtherance of its
work.
On Friday afternoon's meetiug it was
pointed out that if the council could
be prevailed upon to at ouco |iay its
share towards tho fund tho eomniittoo
would havo something liko $2,350 on
hand end could get ahead with (lie
work, Tbii nl nt miu in i was framed in
resolution form by lir. A. Q. Perry wbo
moved that tho city council bo asked
to reconsider the conditional rider of
its resolution so thtt the committee
might be outbid) to go then) with its
work.
In tddition to the $1,000 conditionally promised by tho city couucil the
committee haa prdcurcd from tho ferry
directorate a grant of $500, and from
the Board of Trade $100, while the district council bas agreed to contribute
ihree I'liuiihi, of auy sum uot exceeding
$1,000 conceded by tbe eity fathers.
Begarding  the appointment  of thc
publicity s n ii.-:.inner, whose salary is
proposed tn be $150 por month, the committee resolved to defer tbe matter until the next meeting. It was mentioned
tbat ono ef tho many applicants had
expressod willingness to accept the po
sition without salary, his engagement
being un a commission basis,
The committee formally endorsed the
aetinii of Aid. McBao, its chairman, iu
appointing Mr, W. Nimmo to carry on
Mr. Hood's duties at the Information
Bureau uu Lonsdale avenue. Aid. Me-
Kac explained tbat it was a case of either taking this action or closing tbp
establishment  altogether.
North Vancouver Business & Professional Cards
AI.TOVRIAIITI.
In.ursme Qutriutcc  Hollill
FELIX GRAHAM
Auditor tnd Accountant
101 Lorn-dale Avonue. V. O. Box 1107'.
North Vancouver. I'bone 437.
r.rcy  a   llu waul
II.   J    IVrln
City   Auditor.
HOWARD & PERRIN
l.lltors   aaa   Aecaaalaali
(IS   Pslid.r  Bt.   W.      V.  0.   Box   UK
I'hum  HIT l'lmlie   ISI
Vaneouvir       Nortb Vaneouvir
Underwood's Barber Shop
WILL OPEN
on Saturday, thi 30th, « l-onidala An
FBBBT WHABF
HI.AI HSMirilS.
K. H. TARN
Pioneer Horeeebo« - Carslage f o»ka
PIBST STBEET WEST * IANSDALB
J. BRIND, R.SA
OBETIFIBD   SHOBINCt   SMITH
Succeoew to  Wallaci * Boutt, Third
Hired.   Uiuiril mpeir work.
A- Wallaci'• lervicu navi been re
talnej.
t'UITBAI TUBS.
J. DUNCAN
OONTBAOTOB AMD BUILDBB
l'lani Executed        :    Estimate. Oivcu
Centre tnd Mill Botd
Lynn Valley, B. O.
Hi. Naw Block on LoaidaU Ava
near the Forry Approach
was built by
SMITH BROTHERS
Qeoeral Contractors
NOBTH VANCOUVEB
iue
MORRIS & ANDERSON
FIIIK   WifCBB,    I'HIMNKYH    AND
8TONE  BASEMENTS
1'ractical Mechanics  All work guar-
•utcid.   J'. O. Box till.
A. Craib W. Craib
A. CRAIB ft SON
CONTBACTOBS AND BIUI.IIEBB
lu Cencnti,-Brick and Wood.
Office: 117 FIBBT STBEET EAST
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CIVII. HNUmKBU.
ANGUS i. CAMERON
A.M.I.B. * B.
CIVU, EVGQWER
Irrigation,   ar»lnan», Iivili,    plea*
and ipedficalkini. Septio U»k» and
home drainage a ipiciaity. V. O.
Boi 244, l«th atrial weft of Bewicki
Atmui.
HU IIM in
MISS COLLIE
Up-to-date Millinery
Medertae Kates
Selth Block    $3 Lonadale Ave,
Y. F. B. O. B.
The young people'• society will meet
as usual in Bt. Androw's i'reslrytorian
church lonight at 8 o'clock. Mr. Hur
ry Hutchison will take the topic "The
saloon and its allies." All young people
arc curdially invited to attend.
NUW SCHOOL TO BE OPENED ON
EA8TEE MONDAY
The school authoritici of this city
have decided that tbe formal opening m'
lhe Bidgeway ichool shtll take place
Easter Monday. Au attompt is being made to secure tbe preienee of Pie
inier McBride and the Hon Dr. Youug,
Minister uf Educatiou. Tbere will in
any case be a lavish attendance uf ei
lo and municipal dignitaries.
rinrriii.iMriii.it
CARBUTT
Studio   over   Bank   B. N. A.
Untdali and Eaplasade
TAii.ona.
North-Shore Cleaning b Dyeing Works
E. LAURIN
High ('Ins /-allies' and Qeola' Tailoring
Bisjwiring   aud   Alteratiom.  doming
tud Dyeing in all ill brancbci. All
Work guaranteed.
Ul First Btreet West. i'bone ini
MRS. TOLMIE
DBBHSMAHEtt AND LADIES'
TAILOB
158   14th Street Baat. F. O. Boa 2484
TKACHKBS  iMIiail.'l.
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THE LEONARD-SALE CO.
BookeoUari and BtaUoMia
Cox. Untdnlt ltd Ml.        Horn Ut
NOBTH SHOBB PBBBi LMITBD
Fnbiiakan of Uw Bxpreai
Fine Job Printing of AU Miadi
IU Fiat Btreet B., Nortk VeneeuTer
liHIII.'KM
J. H. ENGLISH
O. K. OBOOBB
And pencil Commiiaion Merchant, 1$
Unidili Ave, North Vancouvar.
Pbone SS4
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SjMSHNUM
CAPILANO LAUNDRY
My clothes are at the Capilano
Uundry where youn ought te ba.
Flat work for 36 centi des. Bough
dry, It lb., .wet wub, 8c lb. Drop us
a card and wt will call fox thus.
P. O. Bat Uit
MRS. BEECH FRASER
Teacb»r or pianoforte tnd theory, certi
did London and (Jlu&ow. Cornir Hln
ind ChMterfleld, North Vancouver.
SAM, T. SUTTON
TEA0HEB OF PIANO and THEOBV
Specialty:  Children • Lououi at own
boms.    Terms    etc., apply Oemnl
Delivery.
Wpt^m   wWmmjWw   fmmtw*fw9m^amew 9mmrfm\>9
9tttk Tim wit
On th. car line. Hoarding meals.
Onl eacoaunodetloo tor mprkltg mm.
Contractors' mm bearded. Hy.. Eaitcjott,
Propriety.
1912.
0ABPBNTBB8 OEUANIZE
A moating was held on Friday evening in the Club lilm-k for the purpuse
pf ..j-.-i.inf- a brunch uf the Amalguinul
cd society uf l.'arpeutcn ueusueusnopsp
ed Society uf (,'urpeiitcrs end Joiners.
There was a very good attendance ami
many more members will be enrolled
at the next meeting which will be held
in the wiiiie place on Wedueiday, April
3rd. All members are asked to atteud
that meeting wheu theOfficers will be
elected. A. Olen waa cheseg president
ami W. Harm-k secretary.
IK'a.
Nl MII-MS OP (lOAI. MINIMI
lll.l.l I.VIHI.VS
i'uul inliiliiK lights uf Hie Dominion
In Miiiiliidi.i. Hulkulchewan and Albcr-
la. Ibo Yukon Territory, tbe North-west
Tm i ilm ii ii and In a portion of ihe province of Brltlah Columbia, may be lens
id for a term of twenty-one yeara at
an annual rental of 11 an acre. Not
more lhan 2,680 acrei will be loused lo
ono applicant
lhe right! applied fur are iltuated
Appllcijlun for a leaie muat be made
by the applicant In peraon to tbe Agent
ur Sub-Agent of tbe dlilrlcl In which
In lurveyed territory the land must
be deicrlbed by aectluna, or legal mb-
iIIvIsIiuih of lection*, and In imsgi vcy-
ed territory the Iract applied for ahall
be naked oul by the applicant lilm-
•elf
Each application mud be accompanied by a fee of 16 which will be refunded If tbe right* applied for are nut
available, but not olherwlie. A royally slmll be paid on Ih. merchantable
Output of the mine at the rate of rive
centa plr ton.
The perion operating tbo mine ahall
fuinlsh the Agebl wllh twurn retufm
accounting for lbe full quantity ot
merchantable coal mined uid pay the
royalty thereon. If lhe coal mining
r|ghti are not being operated, iuch returns ahuuld be furnished at ieaal once
a year.
The I" mo will Include Ihe coal mining
rlghli only, bul tbo le*eo may be per
willed t j jjurcbaae whatever available
surface lights may be coniidered neceuary for the working of (be mine at
|he rate if lie an acre
For full Information application
ihould be made to (be •ecretary of the
Department ol the Interior, Ottawa, or
to any igeftt or Sob-Agent-of Dominion
Vt. ,W. WBY,
Deputy lliatueriit (he Interior.
N.   8— Unauthorised   pubTlcellon • of
tbli advuilaenant will not »e
BANK OF HAMILTON
Total Assets  44,000,000
I O provide against a possible "Baljiy
Duy" in net tne only
TU fiay",ujs "not "tlie'oniy reason for
regular saving. A bank iccount
glvel yop tbe feeling of Independence
and security that keepi your mind free
from worry—that makei you belter
able Id meet the world on an oven
fouling and to lake advantage of opportunities that pome your way
Open your account at the Bank of
Hamilton, where courteous, etnclent
bunking service Is provided lor the deposit of small, as well ui Urge, ac-
counts.
■j. «. IIBAVBK, Ageal,
Nortk  Vancouver
^ m m mi m *•££».
WE HAVE THE HANDLING FOR A FEW DAYS
GOOD 50 ft. Lots iu I). L. 863,Closo to KBITH BOAD and only juit
out of tbe city limits.
Price $iilil) each on terms of K cash, balance B, 12 and 18 months.
""'"'Thero ure only a few to be had at this price, in get busy.
Write or phone
C. E LAWSON & CO.
Phone 70 15 Lonsdale Ave. P. 0. Box 1816
We have a Large and Exclusive Lilt
D.L. 265 and D.L. 273
PROPERTIES
ALEX. SMITH & COY.
Phone 24. P.O. Boi 1820
NORTH VANCOUVER
The Kelvin Plumbing' and
Heating Co.
Keith Road Weat
Will supply you wilh the cheapest esliniules fur any kind of Plumb-
inii and iicuting Wurk, Sanitary Engineering, Hewer and Septic Tank
connection!, furuuee installations, etc Jobbing work aud until con
tracts receive prompt ulleution.
(live us the jub to Hi up yuur new home and we will guarantee lohn nil your pipes iu a way that will save your winter wurrics.
No jub luu small. Nuue luu large.
, Our services ure al yuur dispusul night ur day
BIMPLY PHONE NO. 191.
We've severed uur connection witb
"Tho Light Brigade"
fer
Tho "Wild Cbargo" they made
Postal Addrui:
Box No.
Nortb Vancouver
Feet once.
North Vancouver'Coal & Supply Co. Ltd.
Dealers in Coal, Brick, Lime, Gravel, Sand, Cement, Plaster,
Lath, Sewer Pipes and General Builders' Supplies.
Wharf: Foot of St. George's Ave.   Phone 178.
Office: 56 Lonsdale Avenue.   Phone 198.
Western Plumbing Co.
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Plumbing,  Plumbing  SuppUu,  BevM
Couuectloul, Hot Water and  luaa
Heating,  Sheet  Metal  tnd Tinners'
Furnace Work.   Bstloatet furnlaoed.
Warihoiui aud Offlce: Oor. Eiyltnade and St. Oeorge, Phone $fl.
1. H. OODDABD, Hauler *>
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Snaps in Homes
4-roome.d Bungalow eu Elit .tree! ,new, all modern, fating toutb,
$1960.   Tormi easy. ' * '
{•roomed Bouse on link atreet, 8 blocki eut of Lonsdale All modera
nrejilaeo ,ttc. $2300. (800 caih, balance easy,
4-roomod bouie on Uth slrect eut of Boulevtrd, new   $1100   tm
-Hi, balance $1$ per month;   - --— *      ' *?".
Campbell Realty & Investment Co,
l LONSDALE AVENUE
P. O. Drawer WW
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TABLE SILVER
. IN STERLING AND PLATE
BBiqETEN YOUB EA8TEB TABLE WITH BE-
LICTWNB PBOM THESE GIIABANTEEI) LINES:
TEA SETS in select stock patterns at prices to suit
III buyors.
TEA TBAYS iu starling silver ami silver-plate in all
sizes and I'mtleriiH.
I'II Dill Nil DISHES ANI) OABBEKOLEB, favorites
witb houseru'epem ami iissontial tu prupor ciiuli-
lug and serving.
BBEAD TBAVS  ANI)  SANDWICH   I'LATKS  iu
many noat deaigns, eillicr plum ur ongravcil,
ENTBEE DISHES—Wo carry a slock of those which
oilers tho buyer an excellent range of choice.
Henry Birks & Sons, Ltd.
JBWBLEB8,  8ILVEBBMITH8, WATCHMAKERS.
George E. Trorey, Managing Director
Haitingi and Granville Streeli   -   -   Vancouver, B. C.
I
Make Your Morning Toast at Your
Breakfast Table!
EL TOSTO may be connected with
any ordinary lighting socket
Turn on lhe current and in an instant
the coils are glowing
In a few minutes the two slices of bread
are turned to a rich, golden brown color
Toait made on EL TOSTO is especially appetizing, thc more so as it may
be served direct from the toaster to
your plate.
Price - $4.00
Call at our office, 50 Lonsdale Avenue, und see Ihis appliance
B. C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.. LTD.      Phone 66
A FIGHT WITH A LION
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(Tbis ia an account at it adventure
while lion hunting in British East
Africa, given te (|ie writer by tho hero
ol Hie'exploit, Mt- 9. DI»rliao« Wil
liams) and published in tho Victoria
p*fly Dplenlif:
It waa in the summer pf 1009 that a
small party pt us, Mr. V. 0. Selena, Mr,
W. N. McMillan (wbo bad a abort
time before, given ox-President llonsc
volt some shooting on bit tum at Juja)
and myielf were on a bunting ejfpe.li
tion after lion. We had reached thc
vicinity of Mount Elgin, just ever tbe
Qwaain Qiabu plateau, eut of the Vic
toria Nyania, and were looking forward
to a 'good bunt, for we were right on
tho host ground.
Tbe day after our arrival I went out
to "lay down" a few hartobepstes,
ready, aa I fondly hoped, for tbe next
day'a kill. I never expected to aoe
lion at onco, and therefore, my lur
prise can bo imagined wben, about four
in tho afternoon, a big one paaied along
on roy right. It waa but a few minutes
after my firat kill ef hartebeeate, and
bo was walking about 800 yards away
in tbe aame direction aa myielf.
My two "boyi" wore between two
or three hundrod yarda In my rear, anil
1 was walking quite alone. Tbey bail
tny guna, and kept paco witb me, keep
iug instinctively to cover as tbey fol
lowed. I gave roy usual signal for tbcm
to como close up, by holding up my
liiniil, and whon tbey reached mc I ex
changed tho .360 which I,wai carrying
for tbo .40(1 wbicb one of tbcm bad
Then, with a word of warning to them
to keep bobind, 1 commouccd to stalk
tho lion, walking roughly in the satin
direction as the beaat, but always work
iug away to tbe right ou, ai it were, tbi
diugoual line of bis track, and what had
been my own. !■ bad to travel very
carefully aud take wbat cover I coulil,
In.) gradually 1 mado way .on him, un
til 1 must havu gained <|uilo 11)0 yards
i.pon him.
He uiUBt have known i waa after In in,
yel be nover looked round, kocpiug
steadily on his couno and being now
U I had walked towordi. bim on toe
slant, somewhat to my right front. It
was evident tbat be did uot wisb to
have anything to do with mc, for though
1 stood right up in tbo opoo occasional
ly to attract his attontion, bo rofusod to
honor mc by a single glance, or to
altar his pace or direction ono iota.
At laat, I doeidod not to wait any
lunger, but to stop him somobow,
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Residential Properties
CLEARED LOTS (50 ft. and 44 ft.) adjoining Grand
Boulevard and fronting on car line $900 and $950
CLEARED LOTS (50 ft) in Blocks 230 and
232A '.$750 and $900
FIFTY FOOT LOTS in Block 232, adjoining Boulevard
and FRONTING on portion of PROPOSED PARK
 $600, $700 and $900
Terms: !4 Cash, Balance 6, 12 and 18 months.
FIRST STREET-
Block 154-25 ft.
Block 158-25 ft.
SECOND STREET-
.   Block 152-100 fi.
Block 155-50 It.
THIRD STREET-
Block 132-50 ft.
For prices and terms apply to
H The North   Vancouver Land and
Improvement Company
Limited Liability
North Vancouver Agents for
LONDON AND BRITISH NORTH AMERICA CO.'
Limited 0
543 PENDER STREET. VANCOUVER, B. C.
Phone Seymour 2686
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•standing up, I clapped tho palm of one
hand across the back ef tbe other.
This brought i-oo round with a jerk,
fpr hu turned nnd faced me squarely
and eo we ran and stood and looked at
each other while i man might count
ten. A frontal abet at a big Hon is
rarely successful jf the boast ia more
than eighty yarda away, and therefore 1
d|d not fire at once, but endeavored
tp mpve round io aa to be en the flank
ef >py quarry, a much mere satisfactory
poiltion from wbicb to shoot.
Apparently bli niajesty wai either
nervuuii or I'liiiti'iuptuouii of inn, fer bo
suddenly got up ,turned right round,
and began to make elf at a vory fait
walk.
I made sure that 1 wai goiug to lose
blip, aud, iu my oagornesi, ignored the
fact that bo wai now wltb hii back
towards me, in a very bad peaition indeed bo far ai the chance of bringing
him down was coucornod, and I lot bim
bavo both barrels. By quite a foot
tho first ihot iinii'i'l him, but the second was hotter dircctod end hit him
low down in tho rump, causing bim to
iquat down sharply—much un a dog
does ,only tbat .his tail was stretched
straight out along thc grouud—and to
■et up a dreadful bellowing.
There wau a smull thicket just iu
front of bim, and before 1 could get iu
another shot, be sprang to bis feet ami
ruibed madly into this scrub. Here
I could no lougcr sec him clearly all
tin' time, but I noticed he rolled uver
and over like a beast in his death
agony, aud 1 stood for a few secuiuls
cousidering how best to tininli him.
A badly wounded lion is not good
company at close quarters, so 1 took
count with myself before I started un
anything so foolish as to rush iu and
finish him off. The country before me
to thc right, where thc stricken animal was rolling about ami also thc
country ou my direct right, was, junta
hereabouts, densely covered, nud 1 lo/n
realized that to attempt to stalk*!
in either of these two direction? "would
be giving bim a better chance than I
eared about if bo wautod to be nasty.
For the moment I was at fault, until I
aaw, a little ahead of me to the left,
that the ground appeared more open
and seemed to offer sume prospect, if I
wont carefully, of my finding a spul
from wbicb 1 could get a real good clean
shot at bim.
By this time my buys had come uj.
and a look al thc lion convinced Ihem,
as il had me, that I had to deal will
dying and dangerous beast, and it was
decided tbat I move forward to the sput
which I bad noticed, thc two boys re
maining where tbey woro. I told Ihem
not to move unless I shouted to thorn
1 had made, perhaps, three or four
hundred yarda of country, all the lime
kcoping a watchful eye on the patch of
cover, where it was possible the lion
was lying, when I got iuto a little clear
log. I at once stood up, it being my
intention to go Straight iu to Ihe wound
ed beast, wbo was then about nun yards
away, aud got a close shot at him.
But he settled tbat for mc, for befor
I bad moved a yard be was out of bis
cover and coming towards me like a
race borso. Tbore ia no other way of
describing tbe way be camo on to al
lack mo, because tbe action of a Hon
chargiug   ia   oxectly   similar   lo   th
Continued on page ill
PUBLIO NOTIOB
Keith road west (eld location) road
will be closed from wcsl boundary of
O. h. 665 westwards during Ibe con
structioD of treatle in I). L. fi.'iC uutil
furtber notice.
/. ll   CO80B0VK,
Diatrict Engineer.
Vancouver Buunesi Directory
BUdNKIi I iii.IsKi.k/i.
SPROTT-SHAW Business College
336 Haatinga SI. W.
C.naUa'a Qristaat Wettern School
V. J. Spruit, B.A., - -Mmtagii
aicai. EiTiTB.
Yorkshire Guarantee k Securities
Corooralion. I MiiaA
wmww mmrm mewmmw^,   mmmtmnrntmametm
440 Seymour Street
REAL ESTATE
UND AND If OK TG AGE
INVESTMENT
ESTATES   MANAGED
FIRE INSURANCE
R. Kerr Houlgate Manager
Ulfabiioti;
All Nortli Veoooovir .people aal at
LEONARDS'
tithm Flaek Hook or Heatings St.,
owo«U« tim nm pott oaW loetnti
mi hh) km hy tim potui
Hie Canadian Bank
of Commerce
•     NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS IN
NORTH VANCOUVER
Branch of the Bank located
on Esplanade West, near Lonsdale Avenue.
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
TRANSACTED
Interest paid on Savings Bank Deposits of
One Dollar and upwards. Withdrawals
may be made at any time.
Capital $11,000,000      Rest $9,000,000
3. A. FOB8TBB, Manager Nortb Vancouyer Branch
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PERCY KING
begs lo announce tbat be will
OPEN A BRANCH OFFICE
At Terminus oi Capilano Car Line
immediately.   Let us bave your listings of Capilano property,
PERCY  KING
Notary Public, Real Estate, Insurance and Conveyancing.
18 LONSDALE AVENUE
AND TERMINUS OL CAPILANO CAR LINE
NORTH VANCOUVER CITY FERRIES. LIMITED
TIKE  TABLE TAKINll EFFECT MARCH let, IBIS.
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North Shore Locator!
WE HAVE EXCLUSIVELY
Block 12a    D. L 550
Cleared Lots fronting on the carline
and Grand Boulevard, $900 up.
One-quarter cash, 6, 12, 18 mths.
OUR WANT ADS. BRING RESULTS
Palace Hotel
Second Street, Nortli Vancouver, B. C.
FINEST W»F GARDEN ONt*ClFIC COAST
  BATCSir-$2jQ0 p0 day up.   Spuid __
rates lo lamilxu and lo regular bootdtrs.
REDA & ANDRUSS   ....    Pup** 4.
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THE BXFCT NORTH VANCOUVER, B..C.» TUESDAY, APRIL % 1912,
EXPRESS
 n, .BBITIBH POMJMBJA
Pl|M||W Tuesdays »>'4 Friday! by Nortli Shore Press, Limited.
Q]»Q, R. MOBDEN, KD1TOB AND MANAGER.  "
Bites of Subscriptionis-Oue year, HM.  Six mouths, Kile.  Three mouths, aie.
. JJnitsd States and Foreign, $2.00 per year.
Advertising Bates Will Be Quoted on Application,
$4Th« Express is devoted to the interests of tlie North Shore of Burrard Julet
exclusively. It constitutes an advertising medium of exceptional value for
reaching in a thorough and effective pisnuer the population of North Vancouver
Q|ty and District. Every effort is mule to give advertise™ the most satisfactory
service.
All changes tit contract advertisements ihould be lu the printers' bands not
later tban 10 a. ni. Monday aud 11 p. m. Wednesday to ensure insertion in the
following issue.
Jfortl! Vancouver, B. 0	
MU      "      ii  —~"—'——***
THB BBSPONBE OF THB BLBOTOBB
As ll"' 'Osult of the provincial elections beld oii Thursday last, Hou. Hick
unl M. Hu,le Ins attained the uuiipie
piiniiiiiu of leader of a government
vjfeliijlj'lius entirely obliterated the oppo
ijlfoitlf' This is a condition altogether
iiiiipiivoilcnioil iu the history of party
polilicH iu the British Empire.
I I; true that the Socialists succeed-
ip returning twn members and this
no prevented the government muk
ing uu iilisolnieh clean swoop of lhe
pro', in," Wliils' the Socialists are
•Junius erltiss of Ihe powers Diet lie,
lliei :n, not at all particular whether
tigi government fnr the time is Con-
sayvativp of Liberul ami they cunnol
lUrcfore lie classed as au uppusition as
lictrtei ii lhe twu great political parties.
Miiiemer, the records of the house will
nhiwilkt it has been no infrequent
netiirreii.i- for lhe Si,i:iii.i members
10 vute with the government.
When it is remembered that in lhe
year I00:i Premier Mcllride asiuincil
s.flis, at the head of the lirst Conservative p.n i imi" ni in the province with
a bare mujurity of oue in the legiila
lure, that Ilie opposition al thai time
WU si rung, alert, confident and very
ably led ami (hot these were times
when it appeared exceedingly doubtful
whether the government euuld eur
vive, it will bo seen Diet the rapid development of strength upon
the part of the government and the
correspondingly rapid decline of the op
imiition during subsequent yeirs has
presented a process, little short uf phe
niiiiioiml in the history ul government
by party.
Premier Mcllride is bul manifesting
a becoming coniciouaucss uf the im
Illicit confidence ropoied in him
by tbe eleclors ol tho provijirc when
ie confesses to I sense of grulilicutum
because hit fellow citiseui bave return
od himself aud his cnlleagues tu power
without any opposition in the provin-
cil! legislature. Any political leader
who wuuld nni experience a mum' of
elation in the hour in which he was
the recipient nf such signal distinction
at tbe hands uf the people would be
altogether laekiug in these higher sen
libililies which pliy an imporluul part
in tho characters uf tbnse truly worthy
of high pusitiuus uf public rnpouiibil-
ity and trust aud any leader who es
periencing lhat elation wuuld ruthlessly
•upprcss it iustead uf frankly express
Ing it, might justly be considered deli
riciit in tint sense of gratitude which
is uno of the must manly attributes
iu tbe face of liuuurs conferred.
The deportment uf Hun. Bicbard Mc
Hi.de In the day in which he has al
turned tn a degree of distinction which
rarely falls tu the lot of a political
leader has heeu sucb as to enthrone him
even more firmly in the implicit conli
denee nf his felluw eltisens aud lu se
cure fur him even a mure iinusailable
position if sueb were possible, in their
respect and regard.
The sigual services nf Attorney den
eral Bowser u thc Ugh! iug comrade
of Premier McBride during his cam
paiiiu tour, arc worthy of special not1'-
Mr. Uo*.or hu Wag been the favorite
point of attack upon the pari of lhe
opponents of the Mcllrido admioislra
lion and Ihis wu very noticeable in
(he recent campelgn, eipcciilly in Van
couver the home coniHeucmy of the
ittorncy general. The reply of Ihe
eleclors wilh respect lo lhe Hon. W.
I. Bowser was of a nature lhal must
effectively remove the list lingering
doubt from the mind of ovoh bis musl
oldrui"' ami prejudiced foil relative lo
the position which be holds iu the
minds of the electors uf his const it
u,u- y and for tbtt whim of the pro
vim e u well. Uelurned it Ihe head of
the poll in bis home rity end with a
total vote lhal led that nf the big'acM
Liberal nominee by approiimately two
thouiand votci-tbe propOrtiou of Ihe
vote for two raidldtlei being u five
to ili*'e in Mr. Bowser's favor lb.-
eleclori of Vincouver have ably aee-
ended the tiiertiou of Premier Mc
Bride made ia the Vancouver opera
heusc and greeted ^j.Jli prolonged ap
plauu, that Mr. Bowser 1s "une of
Briiiib foiumWa's, oos of Canada's
brighteit, bninieit mil" and bave
flared bla aaseilante much In tbe same
light u these who would force the cap
Mulatlen of the fortress by blowing
.paper pcllcti at (JibreJtar.
The eeeurenci of tb* continued aid*
adaitiatratlon of provincial affairs
.March 29, 1918.
Premier McUriiiu and bis government
upun an nvoii mure eoiirlrmeil husis thill
formerly; opens before British Cnliiin
bin an era of uninterrupted ami uupre
indented |lrngress and prospiirily inr a
lung period uf years.
THB DISTRICTS OF HOBTH VANCOUVEB AND WBST VANOOUVBB
The I'urinaliiiii of n third municipality
upon the Nurth Shore constitutes a
forceful comment upou thu rapid puce
at which ,i,' i l.'j'u.i ei is proceeding
upun this side nf the Inlet.
Allluiiigh in their general trend,
events are following in their development, practically that order which thou
prominent in public mutters have laid
down long since us the probubie course,
yet it is dniiblful if even the must
sanguine at any time seriously-enter
turned expectations of audi rapid pro
gress as Ihut which has actually been
made,
Tlio formal ion of the city municipal
ity in the leu 1U07 by the incorpnra
tinu uf a ,, ium of territory cut uut uf
practically tbo centre of the district in
au easterly and westerly direction, naturally gave rise to the use uf the teriui
"the east end uf lhe district" and "Ihe
west end of lhe districl," which clearly
indicated the geuerul lines along which
the next division of territory would de
velop. For several years pust, lhe pro
eecdingi nf the district council in the
allotment of public funds have been
conducted with Ihis line uf demarkatlon
in view, uud fur upwards oft year past
-in actual preparation fur the creation
uf a new dlltrirl uul nf the weit end
of the existing municipality, which it
wus clearly foremen would be neccs
sitated l,y the rapidly developing volume uf business thai devolved upun lhe
council and the municipul staff—tlio
whole mailer bus been treated at all
limes by the council ss an ordinary
matter uf biisiuess whusc consiiiuiiiuliun
was .1.-iiiildi- in the interests of boll)
section! of tbu district ,
The operation of Ibe new order of
affnirs must prove greatly lo the bene
fit uf this aide uf lhe luld, inuunucli
as under that urder there will lie three
11..-p. i..s. municipalities .iiili applying
itself energetically for the promotion
of the interests uf Its own particular
section. While the cordial relation
sliips>obtaining between them insure
lhe fact that Ibey will stand ready al
all limes lu cooperate as three strung
units fur the furtherance nf those mat
Ion, whose aiToinplislnni'iil is uf com
mun intereil tu the Nurth Shore is
•uch.
The civic elections in lhe districl uf
Norlh Vincuuver ami in the nowlv
created district of Wesl Vancouver will
be held un Saturday of Ihis week. TI;o
eleclors ul the former have already
performed an act uf true courtesy by
reluming the veteran Beeve May at
lhe head of lhe districl by acclamation
Conloile aie nn fur all the remaining
pusitiuus iii each district aud while the
abolition of the ward system renders it
difficult to prognosticate the result, 'he
pcrsuuel uf lhe candidates ensures the
fuel that the eleclors of eich listricl
are uuuuud that Ihi■ udniihr.lriiliun uf
Iheir ail»,i- will fall miu capabb
hands.
ShM'sGun
ouicau aroea couomi. cuaie coloo,
MHU TMI THaoir aiw uiNua. aa outre
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ixpiRianc*
te»M«t
ATEINTS
lie business of Mam,!., lm.,..
mu snd ^ Iki. who Its llu Ilis adtiabtl
y it hsrlef IhHr P.lt.1 bu.intu IranHclcd
^"luiISlSOGLmnuKtw veWiot
WE HAVE
MOVED
to larger premises op Esplanade, so
Don't Forget
thnt when you do papering this
year that we ure still hero with a
far belter line ut much lint lor prices.
W.H.Stoney&Co.
UJ  I   11 i.   Wost. Phone 140
(next to I mi. i ,si   (lul,lie Si u.in.
AUCTION
OF HOUSEHOLD EFFECTS
at the corner of 16th Btreet tud St
Andrew's, Nut tli Vancouver
on Wednesday uext at 2 p.m.
We are favored with instructions
frum Mrs. L. S. Kelly to sell the eon
tents ul' her home without reserve, in
eluding Newcombe Piano, Music Back,
Hasy Chuirs, Missiuu Chairs uml Rock
ers, Morris chuirs, Mahogany Rockers,
Couch, Carpels, Curtains, Portieres,
i.inie Fire Mux, Pictures, Kleclric Light
Fixturea, Brie a Hi.... Bound Extension
Table, Sideboard, Chairs, Cluck, Chins
Tea Sel, Crockery and Ulasswarc, Hull
Huck, Tables, Sewing Machine, Hull
Stuve, Hugs, lluuk ('use, bunks ihclud
ing Tbo Makers of Canadn 'ID vols.,
Pnlversal Anthology 83 vols., Imperii!
History and Encyelopoedia of Music 10
vols., Irish Literature 28 vols., I'niver
tai Classic Library 80 Mils., Victor Hugu
6 vuls., The (ireat Events by famous
Historians and a greal asiuirlinent uf
valuable hooks, Oak Secretary, Boll Top
Desk, Bird and cage, guud singer. Brim
tcls stair Carpet, :t bedrooms fully fur
nished, Mrl'lary Range, utensils, perfect pantry, Table, Chuirs, Ice Chest,
Harden Plough nnd Seeder, Mower,
Hose, Harden Tunis, Quantity of Paint,
111 gals. Creosote for shingle pniiiliug,
elr. Iluuds un view Tuesday afternoon.
Take Lomdali car lo 17th street, walk
eait Iwo ldn,'ts tnd see dag tu your
right
OEO. McCI'AKI,
Auctioneer.
Phone Seymour HlT'i.
ttATKH NOTICK
We, Hie Newport Waler Company
Limited, a i',,mc.sn;. Incorporated undei
Die Companies Acl wlltl heud ollice ut
ECS Carter-Cotton Uulldlng. Vancouver,
B ll. (.in police Ihul on llic -i.u. du)
of April. ISIS, we Intend to apply lo
the Water Commissioner ul his ulliee In
New Weilmlniter. B C, fur u license
lu Uke and use Jno cubic feel of water per second Irom Die Siaainua Hlver In New  Weslinlnslcr Dlslrlcl
Tbe waler Is lu be tuken frum Ihe
stream frum a point uboul the centre
of ilml.i Un.ii -im ahoul 100 feel
abuve llde-waler, and la lu tic used
fur municipal purposes un lols llu 7(0.
IIS. Ill and HOG, Group One. New
WcStlnlneler'Dlelrlcl
Dated al Vancouver. U !.'. this lllh
day of Miinli, lilt, it the hour of
il, yen o'clock In ibe forenoon
NEWI'OHT WATER OOMl'ANV
I.1M1TK1)
lit
tin lllh dny of April, 1112, we Inle
to apply lo the Water Commission
at bla office In New Westminster,
HAIKU   NOTICK
Wl, lhe Newport Brick t Till Com-
pany Limited, a company incorporated
under Die Companies Acl, wilb head
ollice al 601 Cartel■•Collun Dullillng.
Vaueouver, B, C, alv, nullco Dial on
the lllh day of Ajprll, 1112, wc Intend
'oner
. 8.
CL for a llccme lu take and uie 200
cubic feet of water per iccond frum
Shannon Creek, iltuate un Lul (01.
Oroup One. New Wcelmlnstcr Dlilrlcl
The water ll lo be taken frum (he
.Iream al the boad ul tho falls on Lot
SOI. about one mile frum tidewater, and
ll 10 In- uied on f.ol SOS. fur power
purpuie*.
A reiervolr for the purpoie uf storing Water will be made un the pruperty
lying at lbe back uf Ihe head of the
cliff on Lot 608.-
Det.-d at Vancuuver, B. C, Ibis llth
day of Mini li HIS, at Iho hour of
eleven o'clock In the forenoon
NEWPORT BRICK & TILE COM,
PANV LIMITED.
IM
N.V.WOODYARD
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10,000 cotii of dry fir wood for quick
•ale. Prlci per odd corda, 14.76. Spe
cltl ouotttloni for larger quantiuei.
Out Wood, 1« iuchH, -IS.SS. 18 Inches
HM. C. 0. D.      -
Office and Yard— 14th and LonsdaJe
Phone 190.    P. 0. Box 2432.
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PABK VIEW lies'ri)M on the famous southwestern slope of North
Vancouver, where ihe wealthiest end most protniueut citizens of Nortli
Vancouver »re buying bomesites. Jt baa a glorious unobstructed view
of the Gulf of Georgia und Vancouver; lyiug opposite ono of our largest parks jWhuro en armory aud drill hall will be built.
PABK VIEW ia only a few uiinuteB1 walk up two of our most prominent streets, slightly ovor half n mile from the forry wharf. Every
lot ll'now cleared and In grass. Passing right liy PARK VIEW will bo
the Boulevard Belt Line Car.
Bee ub at onco for prices and terms, as ws expect this property to
be meppod up by eager buyers. 1
McMillan & reid
Phone 4a<. « 10 LONSDALE AVENUE
P.8.—For a few days, view hits can be had from i-i.ni up.
66 x 140 ft.
Second block from Lonidale
13th Street
$2500.00,     Third Cash.
ELDER MURRAY CO., LTD.
Phone 37, Norlh Vancouver, B. C.
30 Day Trial Offer
If you have never tried a
SAFETY RAZOR
and would like to do so
Naw is Your Chance
The Auto Strop Razor
is the Best made
Try one for a Month, if vou
don't find it so, return to us
and get your money back
JOHNSTON & SALSBURY
THE HARDWAREMEN
90 Lonsdale Avenue      Next to F.0.
Support Home  Industry
and Build up North Vancouver
THB
Seymour Lumber Co.
WD
I lave iheir mill operating in lhe mountain ai|<l can give
IMMEDIATE DELIVERY
of all kinds of Rough, Dimension and Kiln Dried Lumber
Moulding and Finishing Lumber.   Second lo none.
PHONE 30
Offic*: Corner Sulherland Avenue and I7lh street.
Take Queensbury Car (Yellow Label).
NO ORDERS TOO BIG OR TOO SMALL
North Lonsdale Lots
The owner urgently foalree.me tp mil
for him two good eorpefLoU lu South-
East querter D. I, til, both m*r tbu j
North Lousdale school.
The prices ere very moderate aud
they will make good bomeiitei.
Alexander Philip
Flnaudal Broker
OLUB BLOOK, ESPLANADE
OIUco 1'houo 10 House Phone 887
i*»)ii«ra i.mid Ditlrict
TAKK NOTICK lbat Murray Cliff, ol
Vuiicuuver, B, C.„ oocu|)utlon, lumber-
mun, Inlciiils lo apply for permission
lo inn rli.i.-u- llic following ili'iii-rlln-il
In nus:
ConiuiciicliiK at ii iiiiHi planted at Iho
mirth-cits! corner of Timber Limit No.
43146. Ihence west 60 eliulna, thence
north 10 chains, thence eust 60 ehalni
mere or less lu shore line, tbence i..o:
therly ulung shore lino to point
•I
ominencciiicnt, containing lit    acre!
more ur less.
MURRAY CLIFF.
Until  I', i.in.si ■.    1918.
GEORGE vkiiiiikk. Agent.
md .11.1,1 hint District
TAKK NOTICK that Charles K. (Jar-
i-ett, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation,
lumberman, Intends lo apply for permission lo purchase the following do-
. nl., ,i lands;
i'ssiisii.s ns in,; at a lumi planted at tbe
suuth west . "iin i  ol Umbel- limit No.
ii.i.i>. tbence norlb 60 chuins. thence
west 10 chuins. mure ur lesir tu shore
line, thence suutti-euslei-ly along shore
Une  tu  point  of commencement  and
oiinialiiliiK 'lit acres more or leas.
CHARI.K8 E. QAHHETT.
29th  Keliruury,   1913.
29-6 OEOROE VKIllilKll, Agent.
COAST KANOK ONE LAND DiSTKICT
TAKE NOTICK that Billot Aleiander
lluswell uf Vancouver, B. C, occupa-
tlut), biuker. Intends to apply fur permission lu purchase ttie roltuwing described lands; Commencing at a post
planted ubuut   20  chains south of the
n.'iiii ..■-.!  curner of Let  28,  and at
the curner suulli uf the ufuresald corner, thence nortli 60 chains, more or
less lu corner uf T. I,   882(1, thence
eust 80 chains, thence suuth 60 chain*,
Ihence west 80 chains lu point of commencement containing 400 acres mure
ur less
ELLIOT ALKXANDER HA8WKI.L,    /   ,
GEORGE   VERUIER.      '   i
Agent.    '
tth January, 1(12.
SAVWARD   LAND   DISTRICT
TAKE NOTICE that Peter Roy Craln
uf Vancouver, B. C. uccupallon, lumberman. Intends tu apply fur permls-
llon to purchase the following described I..i.si. Commencing al u past planl-
i.il ut the wuler's edge, nt the northwest corner of pre-oiuptlon 2141, thence
north 80 chains; thence ucst 10 chains;
thence suuth 80 chulus. mure ur less
In water's edge, thence eust fullowlng
shore line to point ut commencement,
coniulnlng 320 acred mure ur lese.
l'ETEH HOV CHAIN,
GEORGE VERDIER,
Agent
lllli Junuury, 1112.
COAST RANGE ONE LAND DISTRICT
TAKK NOTICK that Geurae V.-i,ll,-i-l
of Vancuuver, B. C, occupailon. Umber
cruiser, inlende lo apply for uennle-
slun lo purchuse lhe fullowlng described lunds. Commencing ut u pust plunted
40 chulim suulli of the north oust cor-
er of T I. 38251. ihence eusl (0 chulne,
Ihence nurlh 80 chuins. ihence west 10
chulus. Ihence suulli 40 iliulns. ihciicn
eusl 40 chains, ihence south 10 chuins,
iu pulm of commencement, cuntulnlng
480 ucies mure ur less
GEORGE VKIIIIIKK
'..Hi Junuury. 1912
SAVWARD   LAND   DISTKICT
TAKK NuTli.'K ihul Alice I'eurco Haa-
well, uf Vuiuuuver. B C, married wu-
inun. Intends tu apply fur permlssluii
to iiurchuse the following described
IuiiiIb. Commencing ut u posl plunted
al lhe south-east corner of T. L. No.
30864. ihence w.sl 80 chalna. thence
suuth to chains, ihence cast 40 chains,
Ihence north 40 chains. Ilicnco eaat 10
chalna. lu water's cdtfe. thonce north
10 chuins al.inn shore to point of commencement. coiilulnliiK 180 acres inure
ur less
ALICE   I'KAHCK   HA8WKLL.
GEORGE VERDIER.
I8ih Junuary.   Ill] BCn'
SAVWARD   LAND   DISTRICT
TAKK NiiTH'K that Robert Dulf
hlnmoiid. of Vuncouver, B C. occupation, broker. Intends to apply for permission lu purchase thc following
described lunds. Commencing ut a poel
planted ul ilie snulb-weet cornor of
Lot numbered 67. Ihence north 60
chuins. Ihence west 60 cnuins. thence
suulli 60 chains to waicra edge thence
i list following water's edge lo point of i
commencement, containing 860 acrei '
more or less
ROBERT   DCKE   KINMoND.
GEORGE VfeltTlER,
lOlh Junuary, 1018. ''"
SAVWARD  LAND  DISTRICT
I'AKE NOTICK lhat Cora King, of
incouvM-, B. C. occupation, aplnater.
intends Id unply for permission lo pur-
'.ominenclng al a posl planted aboul 18
chains euat ol the point of commencc-
menl uf T. L J0»», and alongside a
surveyors posl bearing number SU;
thence norlh 80 chains, tbence eual
10 chains, ihence sodth no chain!
thence #esl ip chains, to point of com-
iiieni-1'iiii-ni, containing 320 acres more
■or leas. f
COHA KINO. ♦
OEOROE VERDIER,
lllh January, 1818. *'""'
North Lonsdale Again i
JTTBeing a 200 ft. by 132 ft. corner, close by Mr. Nye's
^  beautiful residence.    If you are looking for a home-
site with a magnificent view, it will pay you to fa,
vestigate this, as the price is only $2500^ and terms easy
MARTINSON & CO.
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B.C., TUESDAY, APRIL I
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5.
Unconditional Grant
of $1,000 Towards
Council Beconsldera Laat Week's Do
elelon-Twe AWenqeij Resign Frew
Positions on tbe Committee
Prices OH Terms
LoU 1 & 6 Corneri $1050 • each.
Inside LoU $750     "
One third Cash, Balance
in 6, 12 and 18 monthi.
THIS IS A GOOD INVESTMENT
7 LoU in a bunch, D. L. 676, on   Keith
Road, and on the Route of the C. P. R.,
$2575 for the bunch; $825 caih, balance
on eaiy termi.
NORTH VANCOUVER REAL ESTATE CO.
UO Eiplanade. Phone 227
R. C. BISS J A- W°0DS
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TO BUILDINO CONTBACTOBB
Tendon are asked for alteralioiiH uml
.■.miu.., to Fire ll-'li No. 1 ami 2,
Oity of Nortli Vancouver. Plain ami
specifications ut office of City (.'lork
ami at architect'» office in Vancouver.
Temlora to be addressed lo architect!
on nt liofore Mouilay, Stfa-April. Low-cut
nr ony tender not necessarily aecepted.
HONEYMAN k CURTIS,
Architects.
Office: 821 Ponder Street,
Vuncouver, B. C. 6-4
Among tlio Items of correspondence
which awaitoil transaction at tlm baud*
qf tho city council last nigbt was a
letter forwsrdoil by tlio local Joint Civic Advertising Cornmittoe asking tlio
city fibers to recartaiijor tbo rider added te pno motion carried laat Monday
nigbt grunting 11,000 towards tlie publicity scheme on condition that tho
committee had ait additional $4,11110 Id
algbt. This letter stated that such a
conditional clause as this would unduly
Itumpor the work of tho committee. If
llm,ruuiii-il would recoiiBidor the matter tbo committee would lie in a good
liniini'iiil positiun to go ahead with its
work.
Tho reading of tbis request provoked
considerable argument. Aid. Biss ilc
lined the proposition us a difficult one
for both the committee and tho council. Unless they had monoy enough
to go into the thing properly, it was
not worth going into ut all ami Aid.
Biss did nol think il wus worth while
granting $l,llllil towurds thc work if
tho committee could not ruise $4,0011
frnm other sources.
Aid. Dick coniidered that the com
mitten's scheme wus devised on suc)i a
scale that the bulk uf the money thuy
succcciieil in ruising wuuld lie swallowed up by Salaries ami other suliaid
iary details and that 'there wuuld lie
very little money left over with which
lu uilvcrlise the (ity.
Mr. Ohapman, manager of tbe local
bureau, stutcd that including the coun-
i'ii'a conditional grunt of $1,000, tbe
'ominillee had so fur been promised
$2,600.
Afler u little mure discussiun it was
dually moved und secunded tbat the
$1,000 he granted unconditionally. The
motion wus duly carried, Aid. Dick's
lining tbe only dissentient voice.
Aid. Mi Ha.' then'asked the mayor to
appoint u representative lo lake his
place on the Joint Civic Advertising
Committee. He felt he could not
that position in justice tn himself as
his limo was so occupied with ulher
committees and meetings.
Aid. Dick nlso rOBc to resign his posi
lion un lhe committee, though 'Yor a
differently expressed reason. He felt
that the committee were nut working iu
harmony. He was not pcrsunally in
iii■■ in of the publicity scheme. He could
not see any possibility of making a sue
cess of it from u business point of
view.
Aid. Irwin expressed surprise thai the
resignations uf twu aldermen shuuld
come in ot such a lime. He considered
that the commencement of tbe year
would huve been a mure fitting seasuu.
Aid. Dick reminded the council that
he proteatod in the lirst place against
his appointment un this committee.
Aid. Mcllue further explained that
his health did nut permit bim tu jus
tifiulily fill lou many uffices.
The muyur thereupon deferred the
i|uesliun of Oiling the vacancies thus
occasioned.
icrlbed pp it found an oagor purchaser
for 10 guineas more.
A groou-eilk purse, in whicu Edmund
Koau bad kept bis coina, weut for a
iiiiident 16 giiiiiciui; a hum mull' lm-,,
wbicb onco was in Urimaldi's pocket!
for 14 guiueas; and fer an oblong table
made (rem » beam of the pM Theatre
Itoyifl of Edinburgh, tl guiueas was
paidf wbl|e 80 guineas was the prico
of living's own writing desk, ami 33
guiueas ef a small table that bad stood
liy bla beda|de.
At Botboby's an old mahogany desk
"a shabby piece of farm-house furniture," ene wbicb Bobbie Bums had
written "Scots Whu Hue" and iiiuuy
another great lyric, waa knocked down
to Ur. Quarticb, after an exciting contest, fer £600—nearly £1,000 less than
tbe price Ur. Quaritqh had bidden, live
years' earlier, for the poet's family Hi
ble. In curious contrast to those sen
snliuiial pricei was the In, Unu! bid
for a vory antique oak table, on which
John Bunyan wrote bis 'Pilgrim'a Pro
gren. " '
The iiuillpen witb which Churles
Dickens wrote bla last words iu "Edwin Drood" was told at Sotheby's for
£19 Ills., less tban half tbe £40 realized
for another peu which "Box" "uad used
for many years. A quill-pelt oucG used
by Wellington when writing to Queen
Victoria may perhaps be considered
cheap at the 5% guineas paid for it, as
alio tbo ivory-bandied pon of Sir Walter
Scott, icloctod by the Marquisse of Dul
housic ai a souvenir, from thc study
tablo oi Abbotiford, which only brought
3 guiueai more.
Tho relici of tbo great Napoleon
cuver a wide range of value, frum lhe
5 guineas paid for a lock of bis hair—ef
Sothuliy'a-to tbo £8,600 fpr which tlio
Prlnco Bpgent parted with the famous
carringo which carried bim to tbo fatal
Held pt Waterloo.
Ituputoi)   Sliiilii'spi'iii'i!    chiiirn    hum
been bought for a paltry £8 and it;
a carved uuk desk said to bave beon
his, for np niPfO than £8; and u walking ''nm' and a cream jug pf more authentic history for £86- But nothing
lou than a bid of 830 guineaa secured,
at Christie's rppms, "a battered wood
on box liuug from two carved posts," in
which the fifth of our Houry'i waa cradled iu Moiiiiioiiili Castle five centuries
ami moro ago.—Tit-Bits.
Wit Stowtar*
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In the Matter of A. B. Fletcher
Tbe Royal Dank uf Canada bating
banded tbe books and bills receivable
in ihe above matter ovor lo W. 1.
Wilson, Assignee, al part re* indebted
to tbe above Estate are requested lo
aotlle their account with tho said
Assignee forthwith, thc creditors having given imperative instruction* to
collect all outstanding accounts forth
witb. All payments are to bo paid
direct to tbe Aasiguec who will issue
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336 Hustings St. West.
BOBBIE BURNS' DESK SOLD FOB.
$3,000
Jolin Bunyan's Table Realizes 60 conta
Christie's 1 omens' auction rooms have
witnessed many stirring scenes, bul
few mere exciting than when, a few
years agu, a score or more of red-faced
Jovial suilors scrambled and juslled and
.■drained thc ir quarter-deck lungs to ■■•■
cure a handful of relics of their great
hero, Nelson.
Thc mere matter of price was a hag
ni< He tu tInin- idol worshipping admirals
ami captains of lbe King's Navy, Tlie
stentorian bidi soared higher and high
er, until the fall of the hammer was
drowned in auccoisive tbupders of ap
plause. For a knife ami fork one de
ighted sea-dog gladly paid £260; an
oilier danced witb glee when ao inscribed inkstand was knocked down io him
fur 1326, and a third grew purple Wilb
pride and pleasure when bis bid of
£410 iii'cured a pair of ice pails, coven
und liners. .-,
A brooch sot witb paste itonoi, wbicb
probably had cost no more than a sov
crclgn, was snapped up for £260; a gold
handled sword fetched £1,080, and
> ".■'')" was tbe price cheerfully paid fer
the hero's medals and orders.
And so it alwayi is when tho magic
of NcIhuh'h name lends a glamour to
au auction aale "lot"—as wben a pair
of hii shoe buckles and a left-band
glovo resized 26 guineaa at a later sale,
a lock of his hair waa sold for £17, a
few ef bit letters fpr £460, and whon
£3,600 was paid }t bis famous memorao
dum to the fleet ou the eve of Trafal
At lhe sale—»|so-at Gkrlatie'a—of
tho Irving relics a malacca cane once
owned by David derrick, changed hands
for 16 guineas; another cane, whicii
OU,ce belonged to Thomas King, cume:
dian, fetched M guincai; and I black
jack mug, with ''Oliver Prwnwell" In-
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Reserve    ■   •   ■   •   $15,000,000
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downstairs to call someone.
The service costs only a
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to BM9L0YEB er BHPLOYEB tbeietote tbere ii absolutely no ae
ceujtj to utilize employment Agouclea in Vaueouver, ai a complcto
Hit of nil elaaiea ot wotkeit li kept at tbe
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Extension   tables, $8.50,
$9.50, $12, $15 up.
And you certainly de wlicu yuu l>uy furniture lioni.   (Quality aud vari
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kind and our wonderful aiiorliuent iniuni our niiling eviry  taila aud
every purie.
Bedstead, Spring and Mattress, complete (or $8.50 up
Dressers it cut pricei, $8.50, $9.50, $12.00, $15.00
and np to $75.00.
In out Ctockaty Dipt, wa wt juil opining up a laiga ihipnimi of Mower Pell
md Crocki.       ■■«       All Sun
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Competition fer New Univarilty B ttld
iiiiii t« be Erected at Point Orey
Hear Vmmouvm, Brltiik ColumWa.
The (lovernmenl of Mrillih f.'olumlili
Invite Competitive I'laoi fur lhe gener
el m In-ill., and deaigu for Ibe prppoMd
new lliiivrnlly, togelier wltb mere detailed I'lam for Ihe hulldlogi to lie
ereclcD firat It an .illniitnl coit of
11,000.1100.
Frlaee of IWMD will be given le,
Ibe neat lucrwaful iaelgu luliniiltod.
Fartlanlan ef Ibe ronipiiiiim, and
plan of iiii' may lie plilained on requeit
from Ibe umluiijjned.
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THR MINIHTKK (11 EDUCATION,
I'lrluiunit Buildlngi,
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S,Ch TUESDAY, APRIL I■ Wl
Oontinned front J»»«thnt
iii'tiini nf a liurmi iii full gallop. Tt ia
a iiiintaliu te aiipptwo tliut liniiH spring.
Jbny tin nntj fbty nm »t ynp.
Hia pace waa treinentlnua and tlte ilia-
tanco between ua VU but a ptatter of p
few seconds, te hlm, Ha ci'iiin on,
growling, and nobody knows .except
those whn liave been faco to fane with
p similar situation, how terrifying is the
lion's growl when lie js charging. I
holi) back fqr a space, not daring to Hro
p. once, but waiting until he was within
fifty or aiity yards of me, when I let
him have it. Had I net been so confront that I would get him, I should
have waited until he was practically
on my barrels—oipocially as the only
.450 cartridges that I knew I had woru
iu my rifle, those In my breast pocket
boing all .1150.
My first shot missed his shoulder by
a fow indies only. I did not wait,
but fired again on tho instant, and lliin
tiuiii 1 hit liim. Unluckily it was only
a il. sii wound, and uot a tplliqg shot—
tho Inilli'i went through tlio iiiuhcIo of
his shouldor, but did not toucii any
bone—and of course, it did not stop
him.
My positiou waa now doiperatp. Tho
lion was but a few yarda away, and
there was littlo time for thought, 1
swung hurriedly round to see if I could
net anything of my flrst gun lioaror
(the other one only had a twelve bore
shotgun with him) but lio wus not in
sight. Evidently he had obeyed the
instruction! ho had received, uml aloud
his ground ob he was told.
To run was hopeless and iihcIcsb; the
lion would havu caught mo in llfty
yards. I had no mqre cartridges, so
tiii-i. was nothitig for it but to face the
onrushiug beast, by this timo within
lu.iiiv yards of me, and hope for the
beat. I grasped my riflo tightly by the
alock, meaning to hit liim as hard aa 1
could whon he gut up. It was of course
a UshIi of time beforo ho reached mc,
though it seemed longer wailing there,
ami an extraordinary and overwhelming sensation of physical fear gripped
mo as I stood. My arms seemed com
pletcly paralyzed, and I stared, fascia
mill, at tho ueariug lion, feeling quite
helpless and empty of light, overy scrap
of courage having run out of me,
Ho I waited until he was within two
yards of mu. He was making straight
for my/shoulders and nock ,and and'
'In.!v, in. I felt his hot presence upon
me, the tension on my arms relaxed and
my atrength. I'Anc back to me lo help
me lo fight for my life.
I hit Iiiui with ull my force ucroaa
the side of bis head with the ateel barrels. My blow did not .turn him aaidc
completely.' Instead he ducked and
caught hold of my right leg in hll
in.mill, ami down we went together. My
head ami shoulders were pinned under
Ini body, my head being quite cloie lo
bit hind legs. All the time I clung
tightly lo my rifle.
The lion then picked .mu up by my
leg and swung mu lirst one way, tben
another. Then he shook me like a rat
1 fell that I waa a dead man. Chance
of eacejiu there wai none, ami such
mortal fear had aeued me that all other
feeling seemed to have left inc. I felt
uo pain at all, exrupt when he ailiinll)
put hii teeth right into me. I fell ra
ther like a man who was being kicked
lightly on the shim—that waH all.
After a minute or io I heard my (run
bearer's voice over my iboulder speak
ing lo me as I lay under lhe lion. He
was telling me in hii dialed, lhat he
did not know how to lire the ml he
was holding, the safety bolt being turn
ed over. I told him to hand the rifle
to mc and then I found that Die weight
of lbc linn preiaiug on me prevented
me dropping my own riflo, which 1 still
held wilh my right hand, so I had to
•trugglo lo turn lhe bolt for him witli
my left. Tbli at lut I managed lo do,
and thu "boy" without waiting lo
pul lhe rifle lo bis shoulder immediately
trod straight in through the ribs of the
line. Ha evidently did not dare l„ take
a shot further forward for fear of kill
Ing me, ai the Intel waa still busy with
my leg.
Uul Ihil lail deie wu lUfflcienl,
though It did not kill, for the lion al
once jumped off me and rolled a few
yardi lo the right. Only half run
•dom of what I wu doing, I put my
bend lo my blp pocket, and, fo my
■surprise, found Ibat / had Iwo .4110 car
Iridgei Ibore. Instinctively I reloaded
and tried to gel up lhat I might flnisli
him.
The great bout wu nol ytl dead, but
wu slill watching mo cloiely, and the
moment I tried te raise my riAe he gol
up aa if lu come at roe again.
Hurriedly I fired both barreli—liko
my bey net waiting to gel the rifle lo
my shoulder. Tbe first shot I mined,
bul tbe second put hlm down Dually.
And then lpt Ihe moment I completely
lost my head 1 mu in iuch a stale
tint imt king on earth would convince
me juet than lhat tbe boast wu dead
so 1 called te tbe boy wbo wai by me
and told him if he had any cartridges
left, lo go eo firing at the Inly. And
Ihis feeling beld me UMII f wu ear
r'ed from the ground where all tbis
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Two Memben of a Family e     ■
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very I'liii'vninii in isil.i: advantage p( our Joint Account
plfW. .
Either may make deposits or withdraw MBh on Ins
or her own signature alone. Thus, either can do the
hanking when in town, as suits their convenience.
fLog opens a Saving Account, Joint or ordinary.
Interest added half-yearly. Money may be withdrawn at
any time.
Two Officei in North Vancouver, Corner of Lonidale Ave.
and Eiplanade. Upper Lonidale Avenue, near 14th Strert
SAM* Cm
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Quarter Acres on MARINE DRIVE
at $1000 each, fifth cash
Two acre blocks close to waterfront at
$2500 per acre
Five acre blocks overlooking English Bay
from $500 per acre
WeareWEST VANCOUVER SPECIALISTS
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And Corner Marine Drive and Marr Rd., Dundarave
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BUILDING SURVEYORS AND VALUERS
Rents collected and repairi, renovation! and connecting
of drains superintended.
Listings solicited for houses, stores, flail, offices or other
properly for sale or lo let.
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Early Rose, Burbank, Sutton's Reliance, etc., also
All Kinds of Grass and Clover Seeds.
B. & K. LAWN GRASS (fancy mixture) ii the beK
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All our seeds are selected and tested to comply with the
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J--OOT OI' ST. GEORGE ST, NORTH VANCOUVER Meeting ol Went
payeiV Auociation
NOMINATIONS   FOB   RPVUWOP
At a largely attended mooting of the
fffft Vgtteouver Bafepayen1 Anuria-1
lion in tjii BKh*' MrnVMii Bulling,
Vaneouvir on fiiiiy avmlbg, Councillor flbnrlei ^e|Mn am) John Uviou
ropreioiitetivei of Wariii 1 ami II re-
ipHtlvely of the North Vwouver municipality, boH) W?»iVei| HOI»ioaHoiia
for thu ruiivoibip 'of the new council
•0 ihortly to aisumo offico in the wont
etll icetioii Of tlm diitrict. Upon ii
poll being taken on thuau two namci,
Ooun. Nelion received 37 votee ami
Houn. Lawaon 80, Tlio aiaociatiou
I hereupon pledged itself to mpport the
iiiniii'illni- for Ward I in the ulection
tbtl week.
There were ell nomination! for
t'Olncillorikipi, the voting being. ai
follow:
I B. Uatheri, 63; T. S. Merrick,
•i:i(.N. Olntiburger, 30; Dr. Howell, ii;
T.«alfour Kerr, SB; Jobn Warden, 17.
Them are four councillori to bo nlert-
lid, two frnm uacb of tho wariii.
9 wai reported tbat at a meeting of
III! ratppayen held in tho achool homo
at Capilano on Tburiday ovening Mis
mi. W. C. Thompion, Johu Lawion, Mn.
Albert Crane T. F. F. Merriek ami Hub
ort Edwardi woro nominated for ichool
trmtici.
tbt candidature of tho Balcpayom'
I
Auociation' wu formally endoned by
tlie meeting,
Coun. NoId.qii roiigned the office of
proiidetit of (In Auociation Mil AH
Irwin wae ebmpu a* bin aueeemor by
p unaniniuus vpte.
WBST VANCOUVER AND THB 8.
0. 9 B. F8ANOHMB
At a meeting nf tlip Went Vancouver
ratepayer! Imt week considerable  till-
riiimiun waged iiruiii'nl the priililnni pf
truimpurtiiliiiu. The Pliilonep pf a dpubt
that the franchise of the British Cob
iiiiiliiu Electric Railway Company in
the municipality ii valid lu>i .rem|prpi|
Un topic an urgont ono ami the rule
payon of Weit Vancouver decided not
to wait until the now council auumoil
"iii" . hut to Iako immediate action on
their owu neeouut. Thoy accordingly
appointed a eommitteo of flvo tp "in-
vi-niii'iiir ti. 0. K. Ilailway matteri al
ume ami lake whatever action they
think nr" ;m uutil the cpuncil
moeti."
('iitiiirillors .lohn Ijiwsnii and t.'harlei
Nelion and A. I.iilille wore appuinteil
;i ■ Ihil eiiiiimiltee.
(Ipun. Nelion, in intruiliii'ingtlio matter, recommended communication with
l'remier MriJridu io that bo coulil take
up Ihu queitlon when ho conferred on
other B. G, B. R matteri with tbo rail
wuy ilireetori in l.oiiilon. Coun. Nol-
nun wui, however, iliiiuadcd from putting hii luggcation into a motion by
Mr. F .11. Wade, who itated that the
Premier waa nnt going to Loudon to
attempt In inlve ilifllcultipi betweon the
',
^ta*i>^
^	
A GENERAL
i
\
Ratepayers
Meeting
WILL BE HELD IN THE
MUNICIPAL
HALL
ON
THURSDAY
the 4th inst. at 8:30 p.m.
to hear the Gndidates for election as Councillors.
The Regular Meeting ot''
Council will be held as usual at
7:30 p.m,
WM. H. MAY
virlpui diitrieti and tbe B.O.B.r?., but
WWW the government M the com-
WW- 9,
It wai bitterly complained bf men)
miliH,ei|uout ipeaken that the company
hail not made a tingle improvement iu
thl ilietrict during tho period that had
elapicil aince thl franchise wai granted.
"oun. Nelion itated that the Hcpi-
ilun I'oiinnittee which hl^ cpuiultpd
With tbp govpriimeut at Victoria had
brought up tVo jwfot before the own-
hew of the legislature hut had beep
told thit P franchise which had lieen
grunted (fl thl municipality of the diitrict of North Vancouvar would Vt
binding on tbe niw muiiiripnlity; but
if It cluld bl found that thl Whole fran
cbiie wai void becauia of thp non-carrying out nf the contract tho government
wonld permjt tha grant of a franchiie
to another company. The company bad
promised two years ago to carry OUt an
cxteimiun pf the Lonsdale avenue line
but iioihing had beon dene. Tbe railway bad refmnd to build iu Woit Vancouver notwithstanding the reputed offer ef 14,000 ihould they build thorp.
The company, according to thc speaker, had demanded the building of a
costly bridge acrou Capilano creok before they would accept tbe offer.
Thc meeting alio cpueidered the question of ferry transportation to the new
municipality. A committee was chosen
tp inquire into conditions and poiil-
bilitiei and report to tbe council. Tbe
preppial ii to bave a municipally-own-
ed ferry service of two boats between
Vancouver and Hollyburn.
IIKPAKTHEKT  Of  LANDI
U.lrr Hl.ll. Bru.k
ln the matter of tbe Board of Investigation creeled by Tart III. of the
"Water Act" tor the determination of
B..C,, TUESDAY, APRIL "lUtjl
Big Creek.
iBJjft     -     ,
BflUkW Creek,
liiiciuiii creek.    .
gOuldir Creek-
Oanyen Creek.
Cedar Creek.
Cypress Criilf,
cppn Creek.
Copper Creek.
Ctowham Lake.
Clpwham River.
Cates Creek.
Mir*
Heui' Lake.
Deer Creek.
 i-.inn Creek.
l'illli Uke.
I'iliilin River.
Forbei Creek.
Fire Lake.
Fire Creek.
Falae Creek.
Fields B|irlnir.
Frieda I.ak|__
Fairy Falla.
'float Lake.
Qordon Pauliu Lakes.
Glacier Uke.
Otaclei- Creok,
Hinder Creek. Weil Brinch.
Itqrieihoe Lake.
llailum Lake.
Hot Eprlnni Creek.
Harrlion Lake.
lliu-il.'iiiii Lake, Llltli.
lllnli Falla Creek.
Inland Laki.
.luliii Cnwan Creek.
Kirk Lake.
Kevis Creek.
Llilooet Lake.
1,minium Creek.
McNab Creek,
lllll Creek.
Mellon Creek.
Oveletto  Creek
Powell Lake.
Powell River.
Potlach Creek.
Pitt River.
Pitt River. Upper
Pine Creek
Prleit Lake.
pHeit Creek.
Qulllolto Creek.
Ruby Creek.
Rainy  Creek.
Robert Creek.
Slater Creek.
Steney Creek.
Station Lake.
Spring Creok.
Salmon Creek. •
Speclucle Lake.     .
Hiuiulinv Lake.
ii]iiiiii,sii  Creek.
Slump Lake.
Epuawka River,
oven-lflle Crtek.
Tioouhdlc River.
Tioome River.
Twenty-llve-mlle Oreek.
Twinij : iii... ■ mils Creek.
Vancouver Creek.
Welti Creek.
Small stream flowing Inlo Howe
Sound through Lul mil. Oroup
1, (Bowen Island).
Small   alream    un   Bowen   lilnml
emptying Into lluwe Sound.
HMi%%tniZTn* ,hr<",'",
' unnamed   stream, being outlet   of
Trout Lake, Bowen Island,
Unnamed  itream  running  through
Lot 8T Into Burnaby !,uli...
Slreuin running Into llunuiiy Lake
on Lo| fl).
llnnWed elrpam running Into liur-
njjjy.fifte. Ih/pugh Olitrict   Lois 86
Unnamed ilream fluwliig In pn ena-
terly direction ihruugli Timber Lease
Nu.  11101.
Stream lluwlng tbropgh Lots 319 und
HlT, Group I.
Creek flowing opt of a lake on peninsula on east side of Jlotbau) Sound.
Creek draining eastern Slope of Ml.
Klphlnituiie and emptying Inlu lluwe
sound.
Luke on top nl p. iiliiaiiln casl aide
ut lliitiiniii Sound.
s Creek   running   through   Lot   Ull),
Oroup 1
Unnamed ilreani cruising Point 'lie
itoad and  innn:
Mm.mill   Lot   ll
a or niitrlct Lot
JMk
bluck 11. Hiilidlvlul.il
it), Group 1.
Streum imaging through Lot llll.
Group l.
Stream running through Lut 111.
Group 1.
Lake on Ion of pcniiiiulu between
ilutham Hound and Jerria Inlet.
Unnunied stroam running Ihruugli
Lut 11, Oroup 1.
A running elrcun In Block r, Lnl 113.
A stream running through i.„i.. 313
and 311, Oroup 1.
Small unnamed slream running hi u
 lie...' is ih direction tPruugli easterly purllon of Lot III-
Small ilream flowing through siilnll-
vlilon of Lot IJIA.
Certain itreum running tiiruugh we»i
til feet of Lot III, Group I
Threo springs on west purl uf Lm
61, Group t.
Unnamed slream rising In Lul 1D7,
Group 1, and lluwlng on tu Lut Ul.l
Unnamed Ilream running Ihruugli u
purlieu of Loll 167. 1GI and 1113.
Unnamed Uke lying about 300 yards
front northeaat. corner Dlalrlct Lut
1M3, Group I.
Unnamed creek running Inlu Fraier
iivii.  through .ni.,in i I- i, Kit. 7. Lol
III .   ■
Small unnamed luke ur upline annul
three miles In a nnrth-eiiitcrly dlrecllon from ;;.' In li Indian Village
Unnamed itream running Inlu Hie
norlh-cait ihorc uf Bedwell Buy. near
Lot 13. Group 1.
Unnamed ilream running Intu the
■outh-eail ihorc  uf  Bedwell  Ray.
Unnamed atream running Intu Die
auuth ihere ol Bedwell Buy
Unnamed itream under Bridge
No
7, Norlh Arm Road, on Lut III. Burnaby. m
Unnamed ilream iinWr Hridge No
I. North Arm Ruad. on Lul IM Burnaby.
Unnamed slream at No 2 Hridge.
North Arm Hoad
Unnamed ilream running Ihruugli
Ut 111, Gruup I
Unnamed itream running In a nur-
ilierly dlrecllon Ihruugli District Lol
ill. Group 1.
Unnamed Itream ruuning down
mountain through "Vancouver." "Vic-
toria." and "Dartilcy" Mineral Clalma
Unnamed atrruiu flowing ilnuugli
wcalcrn porllon of Bluck  lit
k
"?m7!y« {«
mTrSuu i?,r"m "tu*1"1 ,B ut
Unnamed i
Lot 376 and
met.
L^TTu1.dlv,f|r.rLo,fi.Wi,i».no,,5r'h
Unnamed slream which crones the
euaterly line of District Lot 15, Group
Unnamed stream flowing through
District Lo| >l.
Unnamed stream pn the well short
of mainland emptying Into Howe Sound.
Illumined ditch constructed by B. C.
Government running through Humphrey street, In District Lot ill
Unnamed alream rising hear western boundary of Lot fit.
Borings on  norlb end of Lot  ion,
Group 1, near Skldway Hold.
Unnamed niulng, eorner-of Fourth
Avenue and Sixth street; Burnaby.
Unnamed spring situate on Block 10.
subdivision Diitrict Lot It.
Unnamed    stream    which    naiaai
Ihrnugh Lot tl, Block 117, Group  I.
Unnamed stream flowing on lot ml
Joining on northwcit ilde of Lot III.
Unnamed ilream
through Lot IH.
Unnamed stream
through Lot 813.
flowing
flowing
north
north
Dummied stream flowing Into  llm
nnd  Inlet  through Diitrict Lots 111
and 111.
. I'uii.iini d stream running through
Lot 1316. *
i nn.nn. si ii, .mi lluwlng Into Burrurd Inlet near north-east corner of
i'l nl. i   Lot  213.
run.nm ii ereek flowing in a southerly dlrecllon through Lot 61, Oroup t.
I'nu.iiniil streum flowing through
Lot 907.
Unnunied stream crusslpg C. P. it
ii.n l.  eust of Burnet ut Culvert No.
niii
run,lined slreuin flowing nurih-oaat-
'.11' In «>. ii il; part uf Lot ill, Oroup
Small slreuin running tiiruugh Dlilrlcl Lot 868, Group I.
i mi.in.. ■! ilream running through
He, nmi 21, Township l.
unu all unnamed springs, streams,
creeks, punds, gulches anil lakes Irlb-
uiiiry lu ur In tho vicinity ef the above-
named streams.
Tuke nntico ilml each and every per-
sun, i-..I im-i.-iiiip. company or municipality who on the said llth day'ol
March. 1909, hud wuler rlghtl on any
uf the obuve-menlluned creeks, la dl-
reeled to forward on or before tbe
Hi li day of April. 1912, to the Comutioll-
r of Waler Highlit at Ihe Parliament
Buildings ut Victoria, a memorandum
uf iiiiini  In  willing as required  I
section 28 of tho salq Act aa amende
uf iiiiini In willing ai required by
lection 28 of the ia(d Act is amended.
Printed forma for such memorandum
I Form No 18) can he ubtalned from
uny ul the Water Recorders In the
Province;
The suid Board uf Investigation will
then proceld to tabulate such claims.
Aftur Ihe elulms have been tabulated -
by tile ii.i.mi nolice will be given ot
the places und daya on which evidence
und argument  will he heard ut local
pulnta
Doled  al   Victoria  Ihli 6lh day  of
March. 1912.
By order of Hie Bourd of inveiilga
Hull
J.  F.  ARMSTRONG.
Acting-Hompiroller of Water Rlghtl
District of North Vancouver
——
The Municipality of North Vancouver, to wit:
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given to the Electors of the Municipality aforesaid,
that a Poll has become necessary at the Election now pending for the same, and that I
have granted such Poll to be taken on Saturday, the 6th inst., between the hours of
9:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m.; and further, that the persons duly nominated as candidates at
the said Election, and for whom only votes will be received: are
Stimuli       Otbir Namei
Whatior for ftMtt or Councillor
Abode
Profeulon
ALLAN, Thomu A
For Councillor          '
Lirnu Valley
Contractor
BRIDGMAN, Edward Harry
For Councillor
. North Vancouver
Estate Manafir      ,
LOUTET, Jack
For Councillor
North Vancouver
Broker
NYU, Tboi. 1.
'
For Councillor
North Vancouver
GeuUeman
WESTOVBR, Peter
For Councillor
Lynn Creek
Company'a Agint              ,
WAID, Percjr                            ,
For Councillor
North Vancouver
Mtirti Broker
OAMPBELL, Mri E I.
For School TruiUi
Ljnm Valley
WU* 0/ D. M. GampbiU
LOUTET, Jack                               ^
For School Tnutee
North Vancouver
trokir
McNAUGHT, Jobn Youug
V.
For School TruMM
font VaUqr
Gentleman
NYE, Thomu 1.
PBHBJI, Harry
PURDIB, Bobirt Psf™?
• ml   "ifnw BlUfer «»^4  •-   .
For School TruiUe
For School TnuUe
For School TruiUe
North Vancouver
North Vancouvar
Ljron Vallejr
GeuUeman
Oaiteatar
Proptrty Valuator
US ,
— -A,v >t record crowd will look I
m»" 11 im,..                           .   ;
n     . -t-'o-Vm", mm, a>..(,.».. :    '** ii«ro themselves
Of whieh all persons are hereby required to tab noticelncITo govepwi m* &miw-
i.i 'I vour lm»i»«- " t
accordingly.
I
j
i.  J
]
i
:
'1 jourjjjisl"
pit
1912.
Given under my hand, at Niprth Vancouver, this Firet day of April, in the year
~~~
JOHN G FARMER,
Returning Officer.
m i
aummammmm
nam. wpw
THE EXPRESS NQRTH VANCOUVER, B. C„ TUESDAY, APRIL % 1912,
'
I.
I
TO TIIC RATEPAYERS
Of the District of North Vancouver
■
The following Councillors elected in January, this year,
Respectfully Solicit YOUR V^te and Influence.
1 ~ . i     .       i
CL.  He  BRIDGm AIM■ Representing South and East of the City, South Lynn, and West of Seymour.
JACIa  LOU Tl II i Representing East Capilano arid North Lonsdale.
PERCY WARDj Representing East of Seymour and North Arm.
Pt I ER VwESTOVERi Representing Lynn Valley and Rice Lake District. .   •>
mj In this Election the Wards have been eliminated to hasten the formation of the District of West Vancouver
fl This ticket gives Representation to all parts of the District.
fl The present Council has DEALT IMPARTIALLY with all sections of the District.
•   fl If you are satisfied that this is so the work will go ahead more rapidly under those who have worked harmoniously together
up to date.
fl The above men, who are heartily endorsed by Reeve May, who is returned by acclamation, request your support for the
whole ticket and
NO PLUMPERS
, iii ii
Inserted by authority of Messrs. Bridgman, Loutet, Ward and Westover.
ELECTIONS
DISTBICT AND WBST VANOOUVBB
Polling ou Saturday Nett
M.i,ii. Iho mui riaen on onotliur Sun
uny lbc ruU'|.ii)i'rts uf tlie niuiiiri|iality
nf Wcsl Vancouver and of Jim diilricl
nf Norlli Vincouver will liave rcgicior
ed Ibeir (incision ai In who sliull control Hu donlinios of theie lun import
unl notions of tlio Nortli Shore.
W. H. May, that extremely amiable
neve, 'wis, us waa generally eipected,
been ro-eleetcd by acclamation. His
iniininatiiiu wai proposed, seconded uud
supported liy every member of his
council.
Kor the four councillursliipi six wore
j.iiiiiiniilis.i. K. I). llridgniaii, .luck l.i.u
let, Percy Ward, T. A. Allan and T.
H. Nye. Tbese noininaiions were re
ceiled by the Keluriiing Officer J. (j.
Parmer al noon on Saturday.
i 'nun. Lawson hat withdrawn frnm lhe
district board nf schnnl truiteet, and
thu following are nominated fnr Ave
platen Mrs. E. .1. f'aiiiphell. Jack I.nu
lei, J. y. McNaught, T. H. Nye, II.
Peers and P. Purdy.
Thc voting for tuwliilatiii in thit
election will take place in the inuuici
pal hull, Lynn Valloy, in Ihe church bull
*ul Ihu corner of (jueon slrect und I.nni
dule avenue uud al the school buusc on
I'lipiluiiii mad. A Vancuuver ibntem
purury ilalci Hint "Ihe election of
Ilt'cve May by acclaioutiuu ii considered
a popular one, inannuch aa it is largely
because of hii presence at the head of
nil'sira that hai gained the municipal
couucil the reputation of being able to
carry out ill huiincu in thc moit ex
pcditioui manner of any other inuiiin
jial council in the geninsula."
Tin' feeling moil provalenl in tho
municipality ii one of surprise t'nat an
other election ibould be precipitated af
ler such a short torm. The opinion ii
being widely expreued that the prea-
uil four .mills ilium ihould have bocu
returned by aci'lamaliou. The reeve
himself had intimated his dciiro to lm
ish the year with the present council,
tne work having io far proceeded
smoothly lind efficiently. A smull and
essentially resident vole will probably
be recorded. It ii italcd lbat Mr. Al
Ian and Mr. Nye have tbi active sup
port of Ki lleeve McNaught.
For lbc Weit Vancouver diitrict the
returning officer, Mr. A. K. I.iddlc, Iiu
received lhe names of Couu. Chas. Nelson and Coun. .lohn 14*son for the po
sil inn of reeve: Messrs. J. B. Ma
Ihcri, 8. OinUliurger, T. S. Merrick,
George lln/es und S. Warden for coun-
cillonbipi, and Mrs. Crane, Charles Nelson, J. H. Mothers, John l*wion. Kohl.
Ivlwards un,'! W. C. Thompson for school
truiten,
The voting io West Vancouver will
Hike place in the icbou| house, Weit
Vancouver, on Saturday. Tho lenic
building will prul.ul.lj be utiiirod for
ibe mcellng place of Die firet council
next Monday.
ABBA AND POPULATION OF
OANADA
The Comui Heporl, Iuued undor date
0/ January 86, ibowi the trot of Can
ada in loud and water lo be 6,112,611
■ I'lui' milci ahd lhe population on
June 1, 19)1, to be 7,204,827. Tho area
of Alberta in i()uare roiloi wai 265,286,
of Hritisb Columbia 866,866, of Mul
tuba 73782, of New Brunswick 27,986, of
Nova Scotia 21,428, of Onlariu W,ttl,
ol Prince Kdward Island 2,184, of (fut
NORTH LONSDALE
Wi luve Onj^d
I
bee 351,87:1, of Sukalcbcwau 261,700,
of Yukon 207,076 and of the Norlbweat
T. inii.i 1. . 1,021,686.
The population of Alborla wai 374,-
663, being an increase in ten yean of
301,641, or 413.08 per cent; of Britiih
Columbia 31)2,480, an increase of 213,823
or 110.68 per cent; of British Columbia
302,460, an increase of 1)8,823 or 110.68
per cent.; of Manitoba 415,1111, an increase of 200,403 or 78.62 per cent; of
New Brunswick .iI.'iI.smi, nn increase of
20,760 or 6.27 per cent.; of Nova Scotia
402,338, au Increase of 32,764 or 7.13
per cent.; of Ontario 2,623,208, an in
creaio of 340,281 or 16.58 per cent,; of
Prince Kdward Isluml 03,728, a decrease
of 0,631 or 0.23 per cent.; of (Juebec,
2,002.712, an iucroaio" of 353,811 or
11.44 per cent.; of Saskatchewan 402,
432, un increase of 401,153, of 430.48
per t.; of Yukon 8,612, a decrease of
18,707, or 68.73 per cent'; and of lhe
Norlhweit Territories 111,051, a decreaae
of 3,178 or 15.70 per cent. The popula
lion of Iho whole of Canada wai 7,
204,627 ,a,i incrcaie of 1,633,212 or 34.13 ,
por cont. No part of tbii population
ii an estimate, but is tho reiult of nn
actual count by person and number.
The in I'i work of Ibe census of 1801
wai completed iu sixteen months, of lhe
Census of 1001 in eleven mouths, uml 01
tbe ceniui of 1011 in seven months nnd
eleven days.
Don's miss MiCiiaig's sale at Mrs
Kealy's, Norlli Vancouver, ou Wedues
day, 2 p.m., cor. 16th and St, Andrew's
Take Lonsdule car to 17th slreei and
go eail two blocks.
A Ship He Cau Handle
"Here's 11 nickel," said a thrifty
housewife to a tramp at the door. Now,
what are you going to do with ill"
"Well mum," replied llic hungry
man, "if 1 buy a touring car, I shan't
have enough left to pay my chaiilTcur;
if I purchase a itoam yachl, there Won I
be enough left to defray tho coil of
inuiining her; io J guest mum, I'll get
a schooner and handle it myself."
The Wood-Paige Shoe Co.
Fint Street Eut, opposite City Hill
HAVE JUST RECEIVED .
A large shipment of J. & T. Bell's Footwtar, comiiting
of Dr. Reed'i Cushion Sole Shoei (a ture cure for tired,
aching feet).
The Hagen Shoe for Women—a imart, up-to-date shoe
in the latest style, and a host of other fine Shoes in all thc
latest styles for men and women.
Don't forget our repairing 4?ftfrt'<
.   -,.»11,T   „,M
oklr
..) .,, nnwn fnd 'I
_of B* loti la block «,'». U 78*. TM
wJ'/^tJIW* by 113 fut and on thi followlM tense ut On but
buy in North Iionidili today: Prlci »S60. Termi W emb, btlrnin ta
« 12, eud 18 monthi.
CARDINALL & MacGREGOfc
10} WIANADB <OU> FOOT OFFWB)
vbmm V.o. net m
fi-natflt for London Amuwm* Co.
We hay« »tpd mUcUob oi Hotisei (or Sale of Rent
.int. All awa repaired
" by M^.$/W Electric Machinery-only the best
of leather used.   It wHI pay yoii lo bring your old shoes to
UIA
Wood-Paige Shoe Co.
FIRST STREET EAST
Crown Block.      Next Bank of Montreal
Opp. City Hall
■**-
EXPRESS ADS. PAY
Garden Tools
OF ALL KINDS
FOR EVERY PURPOSE
g   pUR STOCK is.complete, and
lhe Quality is here.
H   LAWN MOWERS in all um
7_\   from 12 to Ifi inches.
||l    We also have a stock of the
Famous Summerscale
LAWN ROLLER
the best on the market ranging from
300 to 500 pounds and the prices are
paine & McMillan
Wholesale and Retail Hardware
Phone 12.        FIRST STREET AND LONSDALE
■jf,.
~17:\' ■■'*.■"*
toOD & SOUTAR
'.•"*-/
Boom 20.
North Vaneouvir.
Si Lomdali Avouui.
(aham Vat Office)
Poit Office Box No. 2397. Telephone No. 462.
Real Eitate, Insurance, Loam,
Wl bftVl opened an offlce it thl abovi
addreia ud will be glad to receive *
listing of tbat property you wlib to
MU. Ilyour price li right, WB WIU.
flat thAuyer.
lb, W. B. Pood, UU mimtgtl at tM Olvlc Information Bureau, md Mr.
, J. S. Boutar, until lately mUb Mmn. John Aleuader * Oo., Beal
I Bitate and tourance Broken.
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