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Volume 11
North Vancouver, 0.0., Tuesday, May 30, 1011
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Grouse Mountain
Scenic Railway
First Sod to lie Turned on Thursday
-Event to bo .Suitably Observed
iliu ceremony ol turning the first sod
ill the construction ol the Uroiise
Mountain Scenic Incline Railway will
bu observed on iiiursday afternoon al
(oi)r o'clock. Apinng Ihu invited
guests will be represintativea frum
the city council, the district council,
the llourd ol Vetry Directors, live
Hoard ol Trade and the N. V. Ratepayers' Association. Ii is expected
that Han. F. I.. Curter-Cotlon, M.I..
A., and Mr. <leo. 11. Cowan, M.P.,
. with other notable guests will likewise bo present.
Tho parly will come over Irom Vancouver on Ihe throe o'clock ferry in
automobiles and will Ial joined by ihi
Norlh Vuneouver guests ut the Irty
whurl upon their arrival, nbn i'icih
tire company will lie c. n eyed f'irect
tq the point on lho right of-uny at
which the sod is to lie Urn d vim-It
will mark the inception ol The ctn-
struclion ol tin ■ system, whose completion will place Norlh Vancouver in
possession ol Ibe most noLilils arin'.c
mountain railway system on ihe continent ol America unl which is ilea-
lined to confer benefits ol the luigtsl
magnitude upon  Ilm Norlh Shore-
Ill ILIUM! PERMITS
Iluililing permits leauid since Friday-
lust are us follows:
S. II. Soldut, four roomed house ou
•„nd   ii.-i. 14(10.
Ftvd Smollwood, four roomed frunie
bungalow in Cheslviiird 8.5011.
,1. C. liilinour, cnlnii in 'J'Jud and
.Ipnee Ave., UN).
lohn Dill, application to build kii-
rhen on Lot Di, block 150, I). I.. 374,
(150.
Slanfoid Hull, throe roonrod louuj
<u ChustertioM Ave, 80to.
V, Myers, residence on 13th •' eel
cast  t$M,
on Fell Avenue where ears were taken
to. tha lerries for Vancouver.
The party consisted of Mrs- R- P-
■Roult (cbsperon)i Misses Mabel Stewart, i.ur.juolti), .1. Irwivo, Ethel Rur-
rell, Johnstone, Millard, Wbyte Hilda
Thompson, Wistsc, Mabel Riusctt, Darling, Uniubatrt, W< delVmcior, Chad-
win. Messrs. J. Spefjcef, Rogers, T.
H. Oreer, T. f- PSreivnl, E. W.
Thompson, D. Endacott, A, A. titer
|i)ieua, A. R. Witter, E. C. Eldokint,
R. W^TIood, II. fi. CitemaB, C. E.
linuli, li. Stevens, Q, A. McDonald,
E. 8. Cotlingham, R. McNecly, C. E.
Duller, i; l.ikion, T. W. Foster, M.
M. Corning, N. S. Heelings, C R.
litirlund, C. N. McDougall and Dr. I
HcDougall.
I.0CAL AND PERSONAL
Mr. D. 0, Dick relumed on Monday
from a trip to Alaska. On thc return
Mr. Dick visited Ibe Steamboat Mmm
tain country end ths much talked of
city ol Hope.      '    <
Mr. und Mrs. .lames Rurns, With
their daughter, Miss Kthel Rurns ol
Norl|i \ iiiu'ouiiT, have returned (rom
a. month's visit In their son, Mr. Herbert Huiic. who resides in Capital
Heights, Vuiicouver.
'ihe North Vancouver, City Rund will
give the first of ils summer cjnusrts
at the Victoria park tonight. Mr. R.
i ium..-. iho musical director ol the or-
Mir-nt'oii, has a vory nice progrum
, p. a a,all;,  aelccted for the occasion.
A model ti building containing space
lor Iwo stores und an olhcc will shortly bu erected at the corner ol Churcb
Road und Lynn Valley Road. Hr. -I.
P. Crawford of North Vuneouver is
tbe purl owner und agent. Work on
the structure will comminco b.lore
.lune I'Jih.
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As'jdccjdcd by Hie executive of thc
Norlh HaKouver Yacht Club the
talcs cup iW lot cruiser lype [oner
boata will lukKjpluoc on July 1st instead of Ibe 'Jib insl. as formerly advertised, ihe race will bv up Irom the
Club House lo Howe Sound,   around
llorticiillurnl    Society,   -hlt.r    loi   i;„uibivi   island, between tbe   island.
horse, on 'JliH Street, I9W.
i olul |H-rinils since Friday
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CANYON VIEW SOCIAL CLUB
ol lluntbier and Anvil and return,
ill.luluH' of ul mil   56  liul,-.
The i. in .mi tl case ol Weston Hill,
charged   mill   aleuling   a boal    was
hoard befoiw Muyor McNsisb Saturday
! morning..   Tfc* mayor dismisses)'•»{«■
Hold Bsni|uet uftd iiencc al  Canyon , manner os he hsd beard that   since
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GETTIMi THE MOTHER ON HIS SIDE
IX-UL U— JJ, ,
TO BRIDGE NORTH ARM
Company Applies (or Incorporation
Tltc Norlh Arm Bridge and Railway
Company published the statutory notice of ita intention to apply lor incorporation under Ii.ii.iii .-ii '-I. i.i--.
lor ibe purpose ol const rucling and
operating a bridge across tbc North
Arm of Burrard Inlet Irom Turtle's
Head on tbe cast shore lo a ioitit iu
lol 070 directly north of WbiU Ruck
Island.  Thc bridgo ii to accnyiuiodiitc
■Mf
loot pui'scngi'is, carriages, street un I
other railways. The company also applies for power to coiistruct and o
erute railway lines from the end ol Ihe
C.I'.H branch Irom Port Moody in
lot 'inti along Ihe North Sbore to the
city of North Vuiicouver und ulso lo
connect wilb any other ruilway thai
may be constructed on the Norlh
Sbore.
IMPERIAL  CAR  AM)
im; ciiMp
ill   Mlfl'IU I
'ANY /
Lil
View Hotel, Capil. bo.
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'll*arrest a barsovema-nt hid occurnd
in Hall'- l.iinily lor which he expressed
i regret,  but   aaid  Ibe repetition ol ou
IWIu.ii,  eiulrncc of the inerruainj|()({l,|i(JC   |)(   |hi,   ,_,,_,   wou)d   ^
po(iularily of the Nortli Shore ns the
playground ol society wns mult fiated
on Sal unlay nighl whon the Canyon
View Social Club, a party ol ovct
forty young people from Vancouver,
participated in u bun put aid d net
held at the tuition Vie* Hotel, lb
-well known tuuriM resort,
ihr decoration, in ih- hotel dninr
rnoin, which were arranged Ijy Mr
Wmnsley, under llie dircclimi ol Mi.
C. M. Sloane, manager ol the h del,
I.iav-a-i,i.-,1 „ ilajlijiifu! iJfid, mae.i. of
apple blossoms inlui..ileal wilh green
ferns, leuvea and tall vuies ol carnations bunked ibe inner edges of the
I ahles which weie pin .al n the form
of a square. The cmloipicce Was
ii nniliiilu eni ereution ol lent., roSM,
i ai nut ion. and gei uni um. artistically
iiiiiniiH wilh particolored liasuae
aud leavoe, lormini a backgrounl
■ i'-liul lo ilu eye, absorbing as il did
Ihe while glare of ih. eleclric light,
neutralizing clashing rolors into a
glorious bui mom Long Irndrils ol
delicate maScrinU twined ihrir proportions lovingly about convenient fix-
lures, antl wall dermal ions ol ing.n
uily and beauty prominently em|thai-
iring Ihe Hog. 4 our cnunlry, cann-
|,l.'t,<l Ihe display.
A presentation to the guckts Consist'
ing ol cards bearing Ihe followin:
lines were made by Mr. Sloane |
lortb sorioua rcsulta.
'ihe in.iiiiai.-a' is ium.,,mc.1 lo In'i
pl,.i, in Ihu new Norlh la uvdnle
Prubylerian Hmrcli ou aVubwIay
June Vili. ol >l 1,.,-n, l-.vuni.
duughli-r of Mi It nunini Kvsns,
North Vancouver, and Mr. Mirmu
Wat kin of Siiil ll" Ae lbs Is h- but
event ol ihis nature which Imiihivi-
nal in llu- new church there will tnubl-
Ics. Ik many preeent to view Ibe ceremony. Tho young Caiu|)lc will reside in
Scuttle.
I What very nearly resulted in a dou-
! ble drowning km averted by ihe lime
j ly assistance ol Mr. K. McMillan, the
'prominent Norlb Vancouver yti'h'a
mau and buainwi man Mr. Mi'Mil
Ian. along wilb some others, was
picnicking al Slrnllicuna Reach, N "h
Arm ol Burrard lulel, wb.n loud cites
for help weru litnrd from nround llu
point A dingily Isloujni.' lo Mr. McMillan's yacht was al one niiinii.'d
and two canueun-n immrsssJ in th;
eld water, nl Ihe Inlcl clin/n/ to
their uplurnsd eanoe wire rescued,
ibe names of the rescued pirinvln
were from Vancouver have not as yel
baen ascertained.
Aak District Council lo/Uuurunlco
Them 6 Per Cent, mi >fl<tin,„,, „|
Bonds for 16 Years.   I
For HHJfBf"** °' Ust^N ,l,c "'•'
trict Council lo guMMiSs; Intereet on
IIjTOOjJOQ worth ol Ibcir bmds lol I*
years ol a rale ol 6 per coul., a delegation led by Mr. Alex. Philip aud
composed ol M. .u.- Douglas, Butrclt,
Pair und Lune of Vancouver, representing the Unpen,il I'ur Miipbiiihhii
and Diiil.i. h Company lusl night met
thc dislrict council in closed session
Mr: Philip produced a poiition signal
by 6m) property owners urgently rc-
ipicling that Ibis proposal ol tb.'
Company should bo grunted und thul
ilm giuninic plant to lye creeled by
litem iri i(he near future at Boche
I'oint Ik  iiunlaiMi fi a .i.i tm, iin n
the period ol 10 ytoa.
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lor
'ihe council
lank thcaw matters inl'd coiisnleiulioii
nd final action will be (shall aboil ly
be tahsp sh
LIFE
It's a drought wc baie Li swollow
He il biller, he it sweet
liul since we're forced lo Is
As Ihe common lot of I
Lot's be wise and Iry to i
■final as pleasant nt wc
And Life may somewhat
Hy low or high as well
By spending day. or wool .
At Ibe Canyon View II del.
iinoger ton-
Vnuf'.uii-i,
f.Mgd.)  C. M. Sloane,
yon View HotsJ, Nt^ll
P. f,arsi>n, Propri,flor
Music by llur|>sr'i orchiatre of Vin
couver afforded the dnnocr.. noplf op
portunily lo nr**$m •R'1 ^ is><>i<ul<-
mysUries al tlie light fonlJiii mill
II o'clock when (tuloraiabilea Uetr Isk-
on lo the P. C. Wootrie e*r i«rminus
The death oorurnd on Saturday lasl
of Mr. John Williams oi Moodyiillc,
one of Norlb Vanoouvor's host kniwn
rraidenls. Mr. Williams, wbo bos been
ill fur some time was mi Saturday
working as usual on live boom ol the
Moodyiillo sow mill ond became and
dcul) utrickm and lost conedouinea.
and although nwdical aid was immediately »"in i'd. aspired shortly afterword. Deceased wu 66 years o'
asgv, was born in Wales, and look pari
in the early days in Ihe gold rush I
the Cariboo districts, finally still0;
in North Vancouver about Sg years
ago where lie has resided ever sine.
Hr leaves a |rrown up eon and dough
let the former residing in Alaska and
Ibe letter being married ia Seattle
ihe funeral will lake place at two o'clock on Wednesday aflcrnoon (rom
Ihe Mount Hsrmoa I'rdgc, Vancouver
Harron Bros, have charge of the cere
CENSUS TAKING THIS. WEEK
The a_u. enumerators lor ihu city
awl Ihe diilricl ol North Vancouver
huve all been appointed und oro now
ready to begin oporoliou. on I'hnrs
day morning. The local census taking will 1k under Ibe superintmd ACS
ol Mi '. J. Phillippo, who will have
associated wilb bim „ slof ol five, the
work being distribulod as lollows |
Dislrict No. I, Lonsdale Ave. weet lo
dty limits, Mr. I. S. Brown;
dislrict number 2, Lonsdale Ave. to
St. David's Ave., Hector McKcniic;
districl number t, St. David's Ave.,
to Hendry Ave., wilh Moodyville, Mr.
H. .1. liiillippn; district number 4,
Bewicke Ave. lo MacKay road, Mr. W.
II. Travis; district numlier 6, Mac-
Kay road weel, Mr. K. N. Travis;
di.lriil number 6, Hendry Ave. eait
to Seymour river, Mr. A. W. Whil-
laker.
Die lime allowed Ior the completion
ol the enumeration is three weeks from
June Isl and il is expected thsl tbo
locul tabulations will bo .com|>ieicd
well within that time.
UM YACHT
Mr. Vi
known N
k McMillan]
.jilraeure y
to his own
ie cpicelioii is
hind ever seen
ing a 10 ton
McMillan, 4 the woll
ei Aro of I'a ii"
chased a tffim
he will convert
ik. Thc yacht
Onset craft of her
VjncoWsar, be-
totm yu¥,
ii feel iu length wilb „ 10 loot bourn,
.nal is divided info three aoctions, tho
ono at the aher pari conbainin; the
lazaretto, lavatory and toilets. Tho
middle portion contains thc dining
room, which is filled up in Ihe nio.l
uppruved style, silvtrware and linen
belonging to the bout being slumped
with tltc name "Reverie" which is her
numo ami in' Iho forward purl is the
i.,oiiinn's stateroom.
'[fti seats ulong |he aide of <he din
ing ro' ., Uf1' i» reality aomething aim-
ilor to a foWi"* borf »"d "Pen oul in
ihul manner lo'BCcommudnlc as many
as eight puneciigori-. •
The cngino ie situulifi. uudcr lho
steps wbitn lead Irom ths 6^ uli '•
so localcd Ibat it is nol saon'tSf does
nol in any way inlwiero with tn\ln'
tei ior iinungemnil. '*>
The kilchen is es|Hjcially filled up
so as lo make Ibe compounding oi the
culinary delicucirs so acceptable to I lie
musculine palule cxlrcntcly eusy und il
is miaibi.it di cerluin lb it whilst ou
his pleusure trips gastronomic ro
-aa.i.ii will be one ol Cnpl. McMillan',
long suits.
Easy chuirs, luxurious scuts, soil
rur|«)ls and u bundnd and one olhcr
things go to make ihe boat un id a'
one on which lo spend a vacation.
Il is tinderslooil (hot ('aid, McMI
lun ond a caiifiill) ...Irrii.) party will
shortly lake a cruise up ihf coast
wilh Ihis now acquisition to the*?"* V:
Y. C.
'ihe Reverie was built in Seattle
iili.uii a year ago and the with of ber
designer, in pulling out a boat for
pleasure witb speed included, aecms lo
bave been lully realized
BYLAWS AI.I, PASSED
The following ii the result of the
voting on the vuriotts bylaws submitted by thc district on Sulurday loot;
King Streel (Eaalj I... ..I Improvement Loon By-Law l
II
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North   Lonadale  Station 21
Lynn  Valley Station  16
Hollyburn Station  6
n
11
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i"   3   1
La
Improve
Nye  Streel il-.i.ii
im-I. i Loan Bylaw :
North Lonadale Stulion ...,.06 0 I)
l.ynn  Valley  Slution   |6 Q I
Hollyburn  6 2 I)
46 2 I
i)invii Slreel fwcat) Local Impiovo-
nicul Loan Bylaw :
Norlb I on .dale Station  it    I    f)
Lynn Valley   Slation    Hi    0    I
Hollyburn S(„tjon     7    0    0
Weal over   Roua
l.oun Bylaw :
North   Lonsdule
Lynn   Vulley  SI
Hull.', bio ii   	
47
1
1
Local
Improvement
Station
 91
1
'I
17
n
ii
 7
ii
n
40
1
0
JOHN H. FAHMER,
il. I Ulli,lif    llllu. I
REAL JwfoTi. AUCTION SALE
ATE  AI
Tbe general rcty »,ult' •"•'**■ »»•«
held by Mr. Phill|jJ» »"• real ssUle
cxchoitgc hull lost a^£5sj*J(,*^ D|'1
as successful from a bu '
view as was expected.      gtt.   I'hiti
wui able lo | luce un ofsr s largo ir
lection of rxceiaknl properties ond h,
sale room wae 6llod wilb a large ss I derstsnding   tht!
Government T«
Recomider
City  Wi||  Hove Another Hearinj'fM
the Matter ol llie Rico Lake Londi
That the provincial govcriunrnt wil
reconsider their decisitm in thouistlaer
ol the Itici) Lake lands the ownei
ol which woe recently awarded hy tl
executive was intimated in a ''lM
Irom Hon. Mr. Ross of the Lunds f
liui'lment, Viotoriu, ii-eeivcd ihroPgh
tbo city solicitor.
"I am in reeeipl ol a letter pOS|
H. H. Robertson of Victoria, inwl
he states that ho hus seen Hon. Mf'
Ross with regard lo tho Rice lake
uiul ter and he thinks it will be bit '
over for the return of Ibo 1'ioini'i'. j
He says tbeie is n i doubt tbat lbs
decision will bu reconsidered ns Mr.
Ross realizes that the action ol the,
executive wua given' under inis.ipprc-
honaion ol laot.
Tho council passed u mution to tbs
elii a-i thai the provincial gnvcrnnicot
would lie nidified Hint tho e.iiinctl
were holding Mr. Ross's letter as u
ijiiiininier of i. In-..i in,.. and Unit further action on their purl would be deferred unlil Iho relurn ol thc Premier.
Ou rccomincnduliou ol lho finance
committee il wus tlicideil lo put a by-
luw to ihe elect,,mi,, at an early dale
lor thc raising ol aufiicicut monies (or
Iho (im i li.ia.i- of a hospital site.
Tho iecoiiiinciulnlii.il ui Armiliiis alar-
vis Co. lho city's fiscal agents to invest the city's sinking fund in ibort
timo local iinproveiniui debentures
bad been given the cqnsidcrution ol
the finance committee and in nun on-
'h d     aai     fay     I lu'Ill      ;|ll   i      I III-     |U,.|),,d|ll   \l|lS
paascd ununimuusly whin pul to vote.
A letter Irom Ihe tlepaitmout ol Indian ufiiiirs outlining Hie ili'purlia/jut's
position on Ihe exiiusi, n ol the Esplanade ulong iho Iron! ol Ihe Indian
Mission, the lettor sluting ibul tbc V.
V. li Y. Hi. had not I'a- ii responsible
oi then own accord (or Iho delay in
purchasing tho righl ol way in front
of Ihe reserve and a little more time
hod been granted the Company in
which lo purchaee.
11 was doomed advisable to bring up
Ihis matter in committee.
Mr. tie.. Stcvcoa complained that
hia wile but) sulfcnd dumogc to „ dress
Jo llie .un,.unl ul 100 by a projoctinj
nail in „ plunk near the sidewalk; on
l.onsdulo Avenue und wiabedthoeout-
cil lo remunerate him to tho amount
of ihe cost of tbe dross. Mr. Stevens
wos referred lo lho sower contractors
who are in ehurge ol Ihe street along
Ibal portion wbcie Ihe incident occurred.
Mr. W. S. \ ri.in Wrote complaining
lhal Ihe H. C, i'dephonr Co. wore delaying Ibe iiiitullution ol u phone in
bia residence ul thc corner ol IVTh
and Mahon Ave. By auggcslion of
Aid. Dick the cily clerk wos instructed lo iii.nl) Mr. Vivian lhal Ibe I""
iniiiul government bud granted the
Hccneo to the B. C Telephone Company and nol Iho cily council.
Referring lo the letter Irom Mr. William McNeil nud at n previous meeting ol ihr Council, the letter asking
Ihe Council lu appoint delegates to
co-operate wilh delegates from tbe
olhor municipalitios concerned to meet
at  an early dale lo consider thebeel
*nlifi ol  moults ol lurlhcring the Second   Nar-
Mr. "philV toS* l,ridl(* '""i1*1'  Mu>'or Ueif*'b'
;ii   Dick and   Henderson   were
appointed Jhe'delegalion with lbs un
should
ull"'r
Boinblagc of intsnstad businci men
but the buyers wees fow in number and
in Ibo main thsy refused lo Come up
lo tbo reserves pul in by tfae nn
dors. Oul of tbe list of 144 entries
only lour porosis lound purchasers
there, flomo soles have been made
privately since, and others arc aego
tiating.
This sals may hove bean n little premature lor a  lively  market, out the
Ireault  noed  csuoo  no nirious  disap-
I liV first big league lacrosse match  pointuinii.  It ii well thai ihoie deal
ol thc eeason In Vancouver will    be I ing In real estate should tnow   ibe
held  on  Saturday  nexl    when    the .1.1. of the market and act acoordUg-
VANCOl VER vs. WORLD CHAMPS.
world's champion New Westminister
loam will lock horns with the feat
Vancouver oggrcgution. As the icorc
in Ihe. holiday match i^> ihe 94lh lost.
at New Westminster wss so rloso it
woulh be difficult to Aok s winn x lot
Iho coming gems as Uie learns seem to
be pretty evenly matched in every di-
parlsnoit with, perhaps, a sligbl ad-
vnnlog. in IfVor of (he world's cham-
iiion lorward line. As lalondj and
and Allan have recovered from tbe in
juries sustained in the match on Ihe
2Mi insl., Ihey will l*ka their place
on the lineup as usual, while "Toots"
Clarkson, who has been but recently
signed, will warm the bench unless »n
accident to some playing member will
allow Um to perform.
nembcr „l Ibe couniii wi* "' »U*ud
the meeting Ihoy could1*." "'■
Mr Kllia address^ the ^U"cil Mk'
ing Ibnt the ditc-fa near bis 'l'''*0'^
at the Corner ol Mb atroot sria 'f
Boulevard be attended to us the water woe running over bis properly ond
destroying his lawn. This was referred to Ihe engineer and .voierworks
commiltee for u report.
Mr. .1. P. I'm*fmd wrote asking the
particulars of lho en ucl amount of
improvements proposed on the I'.npion'
ode oast, ai a client | ropuicd erecting a large brick veneered block aVijn-
osnt to thc corner ol the Esplanade
end Lonsdale Ave. The clerk wof in-
slrucled u, forward Ihe nccesury in- .
formation.
ly. Where io many owners 4 really
are interested there muat always be a
number who require lo noli/o and an
auotioti solo should nlwuy. be a rtJi-
able medium portioulorly when il is so
fully advertised  as was done in ihis
case of Mr. Philip, Al a meoting ol the Liberal cxecu-
Mr. PUUp proposes U, liavc anoHter  live on Saturday ovening last thsfof-
sals in  July ol whioh timely notioe lowing  prominent  lifaerels were  ap-
will be given. Rueinees should bo live
lier by then.    .
Mr. Philip is lo be congraiulilay) on
Um comfortable and commodious sale
room which hs has got (or these subs.
His own wide knowledge >sj the .ily
and dislrict esmbtse him to proMi
the facts regording the properties of-
fared with some precision, a* J refin-
bility.
pointed to attend the Richmond
vastion to be held In O'Briln'i K/.ll,
Vancouvor, os tfae Hlh iyl dune; * f).
(item. W. J, Dink, U. 4. Phillippo, 4.
I), tram, « 4. Fowler, John |*w- ■
son, ifohn McKwou, U. B. Marliafson,
M. R. Msrtinsmy sr„ 'i^os. McEwan.
W. L. Roult, 4 Sugsbm, A. 8. r-u
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By Louis Joseph Vance
■ C.pyhSbt. 1908.Ic, Ik. Bobb. H.ioll Co. -
[UONTIBOSD.]
CHAIfEO-XXXl.
DiiiiuTiiv did not wove. Ber
luilltil grew more lutense, and
Klrkwuod saw ber knuckles
lighieii ii.'iicuiii the gloves;
uilierwise In-i- iniiiiib seemed lo grow
more straight and hard.
"Ilornthyl" cried the atlventurer,
wllh n ium h of displeasure. "You
lies rd ine?"
"I heard you," sbe replied a little
wearily, more tluin a little contemptuously. "Don't mind blm, please, Mr.
Klrkwood!" wllh an appealing gesture, as Klrkwood, tpinblc to contain
liiimdii. moved restlessly In bis chair,
iliretilenlng to rise. "Don't suy anything. I huve no intention whatever
of going with lids man."
Calendar's features twitched nervously. He ciieiicd a corner of bis
muslachfc llilng tbe girl with a black
si uru 'T presume," be seniarked, after a moment, wllh s|pw deliberation,
"you're aware Ihat as your father I
em in a position to compel you to accompany me."
"I shull not go wltb you," Iterated
Dorothy In a level tone. "Yon may
threaten me, but-I shall not go Mr.
Hrentwlek and Mr. Klrkwood tire taking mc to—friends, who will give me a
home until I can And a way to take
csre of myself. Tba't Is all I bave to
say to you."
"Bravo, ray dearf cried Hrentwlek
- a ii.i.-inr.lv.
"Mind your business, sill" thundered
Culendur, his fees darkening, then
lo Dorothy, "You understand, I trust,
what this means?" be demanded. "I
offer you a home, and a good otic, lie
fuse aud you work for your living,
my lini! You've forfeited your leg-
scy"-
"I kuow, I know," sbe told blm in
cold dlsduln. "I am content Won't
you be kind enough to leave me
alone?"
For a breath Calendar glowered over
ini. Then, "I presume," he observed,
"Hint all these heroics are Inspired by
ibul v.hlppersuupper Klrkwood. Do
you know Ihat he hasii't u brass farthing to-bless himself wilb?"
"Whul has ihat"- cried Ihe girl lu
digititiitly.
"Why, il bus everything to do wllh
mc, my child. As your doting parent
I i .mi consent lo your marrying nut li
ing a year, for I surmise you Intend lo
marry Ibis Mr. Klrkwood, dou't you?"
There followed a Illlle Inlwv.'.'ok)
sUeiice, while Ihe waniM;|ood llu met]
In the girl',; te6 uud lbs red lips j
JS'lhuied as sbe faced her tormentor, j
Then, wilb a quuver Ibal cscupetl her j
COPUOI, "If. Mr. Klrkwood asks me I
shull," she staled very simply.
"Thut," Interposed Klrkwood. "Is
completely understood." Ills gaze
soui!In her eyes, but she looked a wuy. |
"Yon forget Ihul I am your fa I her," i
sneered Calendar, "und that you are a I
minor.   1 tun refuse my consent."
"Hui you won't," Iflrkwood told blm.
Wllh nssiliiiiu'e.
Tbe uilvcnlurer stared. "No," he
agreed offer alight hesitation; "no, I
slum t interfere Take her. my Isiy, II
you want her, and u father's blessing
Into the bargain. The Urd knows I've
(roubles enough. A parent'e lot Is nol
wbst It's trucked up to be." lie
paused, leering. Ironic. "Uul," dellb
srately, "there's siin ibis oilier mat
ter of Ibe gludaioue beg, I don't mlml
abandoning my parental atiiliorlly
when my child's happiness Is concern
ed, but as for my property"-
"ft is nol your property," Interrupted
Ibe girl.
"It wss your mother's, desr child
it's now mine."
"I dispute that esserlion," Klrkwood
put in.
"You may dispute It till Ibe tows
coine.home, my boy. Tbe fact will re
iiiubi "111 I Intend to take my properly
wilb me when I leers this room
whether you like It or not. Mow, arc
you disposed to cooUnue tbe argument.
or may I count on your being seusi
bier
"1 ou may put away your revolver, II
that's what you mean," suld Kirk wood
"We certehily shan't oppose you wltb
violence, but 1 warn you tbat Scotland
Ysrd"-
"Oh. tbst be blnwcdl" the adveulur
er snorted In disgust, "I can sail elr
das round suy tec tbet aver blew oul
of B' oiliiuil Yurd! (live me an hour',
start and you're free to do all the
funny business you've a mind to wllh
-Scotland Yard!"
'Then you admit," queried Brentwlck civ|i|y, "that you've no legal title
to the Jewels In dispute?"
"Look here, my friend," chuckled
Calendar; "wbenjou cetcb roe admitting anything you write It down in
your little book end tell Ihe bobby on
the corner, Just at present 1'va got
other business than to stand round
admitting anything' about anything.
Cep'n, let'e hsve Insl beg of tty dutiful .daughter's."
" 'Ere you sre." Slryker spoke for
tbe tret lime since entering tbe room,
taking Ibe valise from bweslb tba
cbslr and depositing li ou the bible.
"Well, we shan't tske.auytblug that
mn
doesn't'belong fp us," laughed Calendar, fumbling Willi lho cutch, "not
even so small a matter is my own
child's irnvvlliig bug.  A mnalHiiiiivy
iiliidsitiiii., ling." be gruuted, opening
tin1 valise uiul plunging In one greedy
hnnd. "wllHust-abonMo (or inlnel"
Wltll Which be produced tbe article
mentioned. "This for tbe dlscsrt),
cup'n," be laughed coutentedljb pushing tlie girl's valise aside, uud, rumbling with stentorian mirth, stood
beaming hculgiiantly over tbs assein
bled company.
"Why," be ejcliiimed, "this moment
Is worth mi It cost me! My children,
1 forgive yen freely, Mr. Klrkwood,
I fellclltile you cordially on having
.secured u most expensive wife. Iteally.
'd'yiui kUOW, I feel us If I ought tn
do n mile something tor you both."
Tho thick, mottled fingers tore nerv
oualy at Ibe catch. Eventually be
thu bag open. Those sbout tin- -
bein forward, all qulckeued hr "•
prospect of for the first time l.ebr '*
lug tlie treasure over which Ihey bun
fought, for wblcb tbey bsd suffered
so long.
A heady and luscious fragrance pervaded the atmosphere, exhaling from
Ibo open mouth of tbe bag. A silence,
liMefinllely sustained, Impressed Itself
UPOn the Utile iiiulicncc n breathless
pause ended eventually by a sharp
6iiup of Calendar's teelb. "Mm-iul"
, uiul. d thq adventurer In bewilderment,   lie began to pant.
Abruptly his heavy hands delved
Into the oiuiiciii,: of the hag, like tho
Iin wh of u terrier digging In earth. To
Klrkwoud the ulr seeuicd tctii|iura[lly
ihi i. witli Hying objects. Beu'ealh bis
■i i. ni di. d eyes a towel fell upon the
table—s crumpled, soiled towel bearing on Its dingy hem .the inscription
lu indelible Ink, "Hold du Commerce,
Anvers." A laaaaili mug of subslunllal
citrlhciiwaro (Implied to Ihe lloor with
u crush. A slimy soap dish of the
snme manufacture slid across the table
uiul Into iircnuii, i'n lap. A battered
alarm clock with ^never a tick left In
lis Rinsed carcass rang vacuously as
It fell by llie open bag. The remainder vvtis urnures, a dozen or more
small, ruiijid. golden 'globes of rips
frtilt. pcrhnjis u shade overripe, there
fore the inure aromatic.
Tlie tiilvi-nitircr ripped out un oalX
"Mtiliu.uii!'' be raged iu fury, "pone
up. I .-»cm-! Done by that Infernal
nil. ail,  mi', blind as a bat!"
lie fell suddenly silent, the blood
congesting In his face; as suddenly
broke forth again, haranguing ths
company.
"i Inn's why he went out snd bought
tb" c orauges, Is it?  Think of ii   	
sluing in the hotel lo Antwerp and
lilm lugging In oranges by the bagful
because he was fond of fruit! Wben I
did he do It? How do I know? If I
knew, would I be here, snd blm the
devil knows where this minute? When
my buck wus turned, of course! Thafs
why he was so hot sbout picking s
iigbl on lite bout, eh? Wanted to (fet
throws oh* uml lake to the woods.
leaving me wilh Oils! Aud that's why
he felt so awful done up be wouldn't
lake a hand al luinllng you Iwo down
hey? I'll camp on his null for lho
rest of bis natural born days! I'll
have bits eyctecth for this!   1*11"—
He swayed, gibbering with rage, bis
cYiuntcnuiii'c Jrl|.blf|i|ly {onioned, Ills
fui hands shaking as he struggled for
expression.
And then, while yet their own oelou-
Islinient held Dorotby, Klrkwood,
Hrentwlek and Slryker speechless,
Chillies, the mechanician, moved suddenly upon thu adventurer.
There followed Iwo metallic clicks.
Calendar's ravings were ubrupted as
ir liis tongue bud been paralysed tic
fell back a pace, llabby Jowls pule and
slinking, ponderous Jaw dropping ou
Ids breast., mouth wide ami eyes
craned bb he shook violently before
lilm his thick, fleshy wrists, securely
handcuffed
Simultaneously ihe bold mechanician
whirled about, bounded eagerly across
Hie lloor ami utiught Slryker at the
door, bis iici.-i.-ii i fingers twisting in
lite captain's collar ss he Jerked him
buck und tripped him.
' "Mr. Klrkwinsl," be cried, "here,
id. use. one moment!' Tske this mail's
gun from him, will you?"
Klrkwood sprung to bis assistance
and without encountering much trouble succeeded In wresting a revolver
from Stryker's limp, flsccld lingers.
I.'■ ■ 11 :,I, the inca biini. inn shook the
inhn. drugging blm to bis feet. "Now."
be ordered sternly, "you msrch to thai
corner, slick, your nose In il and be
good! You csn't get away If you try
I've gol oilier men outside, walling fot
you lo co|iic out.   Onderstiuid?"
Trembling like e whipped < ur, Stry
kit meekly obeyed his Instructions to
lho letter.
'iiie merhaiilclan, wltb a contemplu
oils laugh, leaving him.strode back to
I'iili-nibir, meanwhile whipping off Ills
goggles, und clapped s besrty hand
iiiiam the adventurer's qusklng shoulders.
"We|i," he cried, "and are you still
sailing circles round tbe men from
Scotland Yard, Simmons or Bellows or
.Sanderson or Calendar or Grumbstone,
or whatever name you prefer to sail
under?"
Calendar glured st blm aghast, tben
heaved a profound sigh, shrugged bis
fal shoulders and bent ba} baiA In
thought! An instant later be looked
up "Yon cnu't do it," Im Informed Ihe
gciciitve  vehemently.    'Tfou haven't
... a shred ql evidence sgalnst mel
if urn's (here'/*A pile of oranges and
a pock of trash! Wbst of it? Besides," he threatened, "If yon pinch
me you'll bave to take the, girl lo too.
I swear tbst whatever stealing was
done she did It. I'll pat be trapped
this wsy by her aud let her o« without a squesl. Tske aa-taka bar, i'yaa
hear?"
"I think/' put In the dear, Wand ac*
setits of Brentwitii  "isra can madiat
' .'11 .i   **  *a.."^.r' er*,    Jtv etat fiJjpiWWgr
I'ti'ilt/i I iiiiiiiiI II. eiicrj, iron!/"
Unit mutter settled. 1 have here, my,
man," nodding lo the tldventurer ss
he took up Ihe black leather wallet-
"I have here a Utile matter which may
clear up uny lingering doubts us to
your standing which you may lie dls-
lipscd at present lo entertain."
He extracted a slip oftcardbonrd and
at arm's length laid It on lite table
edge beneath tho udvciiiiiicr's eyes.
Thu Ittltcr, bewildered, bent over It for
a un,ment, breiilbltig heavily, then
straightened buck, shook himself,
laughed shortly wilh a uiii'thlrs. uote
uiul facod Ilic detective.
"It's 'come Willi you, now.' I guess?"
he suggested very quietly.
"Thc Bannlsfer warrant Is sllll out
for you." returned Ihe men. "Tlintil
be epongb In ahold you on llll extradition papers arrive from Mn- Suites."
"Oh. I'll waive those and I won't
give ynu any trouble elllicr.  I rw knli."
mused the adventurer. Jingling his
manacles thoughtfully, "I'm u buck
number anyway. When u half grown
girl, a half baked boy. a Hub like Mul
ready and n clubfoulcd snipe from
Scotland Yard can pul It ull over ms
litis wuy. why, I guess It's Up to me in
go ..home und retire lo my country
place up Ilic Hudson," Ile sighed
wearily. "Yep; ilins to cut li oul Hut
I would like lo lie free long enough lo
gel III one good lick ul Ihul mull Mul-
ready My friend, you gel your bauds
uu blm. uiul I'll squeal ou blm Ull I'm
blue In Ibe face.   That's a .promise."
"You'll have ilic chance.before long,"
replied Hie detective. "We received a
Iclegi'itiii from Uie Amsterdam pellce
Inle litis afternoon, snylulTThcy'd picked up Mr. Mulrcady will) a woman
named nullum ami were holding litem
on suspicion. It seems." turning to
Brentwlck, "ihey were opening negotiations for the sale of u lol of stones
sud seemed lu sti.it a precious hurry
thut inc ulnmoud merchant's suspicions were roused. We're sending over
for litem, Miss Cslendsr, so you can
mail,, your i,,md easy ubout your Jewels. You'll have them back in a few
days."
"Thank you," said Ihe girl wltb ao
effort.
"Well," tbe udvenlurer delivered hia
p.i.ai.iiii>ii. "l certainly am blamed
glad to hear It. "/'wouldn't 've bceu a
square deal any olher way."
Then, wilh an uncertain nod comprehending Ihe girl, Klrkwood and Brentwlck, "So long!" he said Ihlckly aud
mined, with the detciilvc's hand un
dcr his arm, and, accompanied by the
thoroughly cowed Slryker, waddled out
of the room.
Klrkwood, following the eiodus,
closed ihe door with elaborate cars
and slowly, deep In lliaught, returned
lo the table.
Breulwlck hud slipped dowu lu his
chair, resting bis silvered bead upon
Us back, ond wus smiling serenely up
st lho low yellow ceiling. Before blm
ou Ihe liable Ida long white Augers
were drumming au Inaudible tuue.
PrcKcnily rousing, ho cuiigbl Klrkwood's eye and smiled sheepishly, like
s child i aiii-bi iu bum.mi mi a-iiicf.
The younger mun grinned broadly.
"And you wero responsible for ull tbatl"
he commented, Infinitely amused.
Hrentwlek nodded, twinkling self sab
ii.fiuii.ui "i connived it sll," he said.
"Neat, 1 call II toe." His old eyes
brightened witli reminiscent enjoyment "Inspiration," be crowed softly
-'inspiration, pure sud simple. I'd been
worrylug my wile for fully five minutes before Wotlon settled Ihe msttei
by telling mc ubout the captain's hiring of ths motor car. Thou In a flub
I bad It I talked Wllh Charles by
bicpliniic Ids name Is really Charles,
by (be bye-overcame bis conscientious
scruples a Inn i playing his lisb when
ihey were already sll but landed and
suitltal ibo orllsllc delolls.''
He child,.a-d dr-llfcbicdly. "K'j the
liistlnci," be declared einpbaUcslly-
"Ibe ibistin. t for adventure. I knew
It way In inc, latent somewhere, but
never llll lids day did It get the op-
portiiiili.y to usscrt Itself. A born ad-
yefituipt tliii's what I am! Yon see,
It woe essential ihat they should believe t/e wcri' frlgbteued aud running
frum tltt'iu. 'Ilmt wsy they w.ould be
sure lo run after us. Wby. we might
hsve bulled a doneu traps anal failed
to luro ibfin Inb, my house gfter that
stool scoundrel knew you'd bad the
cbairre to tell me the whets ytt*.
Odtlt"
"Weren't you taking chances, yap
tall Cbsrlcs?" asked TatWiwocst curtly.
(Cone)uded aof, )UWt) Tj™&^
mm-.
r,
Just to get the
money quick
Cumming  has  been
slaughtering hit  itock
tnd sacrificing all profits
on his high-class Clothing
and Furniihing itock.
You'll Need to Hurry Now
If you are going to share in this great money - saving event,
SALE ENDS SATURDAY
ti""."
a I   IS	
Clothing, Furnishing, Boots & Shoes
at Your Own Prices for 4 Days More
v.
We do not need to say that you can save many dollars by taking
advantage of this sale, the prices here quoted below prove tbat conclusively.   Everybody that visited our store knows that \V'E DO
EXACTLY AS WE ADVERTISE. *
PONT DELAY    COME AT ONCE
COME TO-DAY
The sale will soon be over and you will only regret you did not save
more dollars at Cumming's Sale.
This is a real genuine BARGAIN SALE right at your door, no
need to go to, the city, We save you time. We save you money
and we give you the best quality of merchandise at sale prices.
Read a few of the many price cuts
MEN'S CLOTHING
A few odd suits to go at $4.95
MEN'S GOOD TWEED SUITS-.Iust the thing for
preeent and summer wear. Keg. Price */> nr
&0.00 and f 12.00.  SAM', PKICE fD.93
MEN'S IMPORTED TWEED AND WORSTED
SUITS—Single or double breast, beautiful patterns. Keg. Price J14.U0 and $16.00 mn nr
SALE PRICE  yy.id
VERY FINE IMPORTED TWEED AND WORSTED aSUITaS in Litest styles and cut. *in nf
Keg. $17.50 to $30.00. SAW? PRK'E ...,f llbeVsf
MEN'.S HAND TAILORED SUITS in the very latest new models and designs from the best tailors in Canada.
11 will pay you lo see any of this lot. They are
perfect filters.
MEN'S ODD PANTS
Reg. Price $1.50 SAMS PRICE    75c
Reg. Price J2.50 SALE PRICE fi.75
Reg. Price $3.00 to $3.50 SALE PRICE ¥2.50
.   Reg. Price $4.00 to $4-5" SALE PRICE J3.25
Reg. Price $5.00 SALE PRICE ii.%
Reg. Price $6.00 SALE PRICE *4't5
All thc above are money sav<jr«.
BOY'S CLOTHING
Kiddies' 2-piccc Suits, 22-26 $2.85
2 piece Suits, sizes 22 to 28, reg. $5.00 to {6.00
Sale Price $3.65
HOYS' TWO PIECE, si?* 29 to 33. Reg. price
$6.00 to $7.00. Sale Price $4-85
HOYS' THREE PIECE SUITS. Reg. up to
17.50.  Sjile Price v f4-95
MEN'S BOX-.
Reg. 25c  Sale Price  15c
Men's fancy, reg. 35 and 45c Sale Price 25c
Reg. 50c  Sale Price 35c
Reg. 75c and fi.oo  Sale PHce 65c
Good Working Sox 2 lor 25c
MEN'S COLLARS-Reg. 20c  5C «a«h
Large' and small si/es.
MEN'S HATS- .
Reg. $1.50 1. Salt Prici 95c
New Spring Hats, reg. $2.50 and I3.00
Sale Price 1 J1.95
Sletson $4.00 and I5.00  Sale Price $3.45
MEN'S BRACES-
Rcg. 25c and 35c .Sale Prfca 15c
Reg. 50c Sale Price 35c
Reg. 75c and J1.00 .....Sale Price 65c
We cannot describe each line. You need to sec
1 hem to appreciate the values. They will simply
amaze you.
Run whan yon
rend —Get to
Cumming'* Said
with lightning
speed. ;  :  :
BOOTS AND SHOES
Little Kiddies soft sole, reg. 75, sale price 40c
Kiddies' Slippers, reg. $1, il.25, sale price 75c
Children's laced Shoes, $185, ,2 S price $1.15
Ladies' Oxfords, reg. $3.50 sale price fl.85
Ladies' Oxfords, reg. I4 sale price 12.45
Ladies' Butcher Cut, reg. $3.50 s. price $1.85
Ladies' Patent Blulcher, reg. $5, s. price I2.85
Men's reg. f2 WORKING BOOTS s. price fl.15
Men's Heavy Bluteher's $2.50, sale price $1.65
Men's Box Calf, Blutcher and Bal Cut
reg. $3.00 and $3.5° »»lc P**" *7 45
f 4.00 to $4.50 Gum Culf Blulcher $3.15
. f5.n0 lo $5.50 a...fj.8.5
J6.00 to f6.,5o, loggers, etc $4 35
WORKING SHIRTS
At astonishing price cuts.
Good strong Shirts Keg. 65c and 75', Sale Price 35c
Reg. fi.oo   Sale Price 75c
Reg. fi.25  Sale Price 95c
Reif.J1.50 Sale Price f 1.15
Reg. J2.00   Sale Price f 1.35
EVERYTHING GOES!!
NOTHING RESERVED!!
WILLIAM pMMING
Open Evenings till 0 o'clock.
Fair Warning--?
Sale Ends Satur-
day r~You need
to   tab quick
action now, THE JKPWJ8B, NQRTH VANCQUVKK, JJ, £
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aieliislvely.     It ronstiliilt'S an advertising ineiliiini of eiceiitloiial value lor
' , North Vsneouver
i most sstisfsctory
service.
Alt changes In contract iiilviiriiittjttti'iiiii itliiitilil Im in the printers' lunula not
later then 1(1 it.in. Monday and 6 p.m. Wednesday to ensure insertion 01 the
following issue.
reaching iu a thorough uml effective manner tlie population of North Vsneouver
Oily and District.   Every effort Ib mails to give advertisers the
North Vancouver,   li. C.
May i6,  ign
'HAHHPlIi ALARMIST TACTICS
Under the caption "11. ('. Electric
Troubles" thu Western Call, pultliah.il
at Ma.um pi.-,,.a.in, Vancouver, wuki
ills  following   observations   .dllllllilllly,
relative to slreel railway inallors  in
this oily:
"North Vancouver is In-ginning to
"leel the pressure ol tlie heel ol her
"master, ihe 11. ('. Electric Railway
"Co., uud jiaala.in n.mi reports, il ia
"not Conducive to harmony between
"Ihe corporal i.m ami the c.iiiipany.
"It, seeina ihut llie Company in iti1
"usual arbitrary maimer cliatitinl r
"route, the council proli'Sltd nnl r.i-
"ceived u veiled lliruul in r.-pl; t .
"Ihe elect liiut II* Ibey tlid not he-
"have that the company would r.-
"liun to the old Imli h .ui .l.j.l'i
"und ihe |iuh|ic Convenience could \/n
"hang."
These nil her Ireticbunl iciiuiil.i up
uu Ihe purt of isir esteemed cnnUim-
I mi my are evidently meant lo upply
tO     tllS    I."'lit     all'-  llllllll.allaa-    1)1      ill.
train Bernco Irom Fell Avutius weal
to thu uily boundary, negotiations
concerning which ure now in progress
belwoou tlie cily council und the
II. Oi Electric ltuilwuy Company, Ke
sideuls of North Vancouver will dotilsl-
lees, In iiuipiii-.il lo discover thul
such an alarming slate .if ullmie has
ilevi-liipul us ihul designiitod in the
purugruph .|ii.iinl Those who are cmi
vcreant wilh Ihe siluution were iiu'liu
od lo the opinion thul nothing more
a.'iiiad-. hud occurred other Ihuu Ihul
iu the proguuss of slreel ruilwuy Bl-
laiiiMn ui... i.,,.I .1...,i,,|a,.l one ol
those sotiiewhiii troublesoms bul hy uu
UleUllS   la.lilllllllllll-   .all Illll mn-  *Ina h   ,,r
pin. tu.illy hi ,i-..ii.I,.lil.- »Uen auch in
liuiule rcluliouslups ure au.ataiu.jd
with each "ilm by Iwu greul corpoi
nli.hi-, bul win. h propel methods ol
appioudi would lind i■...-> ol remedy
iu due course. J lie Mount J'has.ini
uuwa|ui|iei', however, with cuniiiicBdii
hie Mili.-itnd.- fm th..- .-..-lini.' of the iin
aupbislii'ntud residents of the city On
lbs North i-li'ii., hua cutered the liait
upon um li.'liulf nud bus liutleiliia.il
wilh liaiii inidiii editorial iaveeti'S,
iip"ii the common Im. Ii in' without
doubl u thrilling exuiiplu ol muguuni-
moii. iiitvrpo.ition ol the strong and
courageous upou buiulf of lite wcal>
sud timid, and llie joiial has proven
quite worthy the pulmy tlays ol ,u
ami chivulry. ll is, perhaps, some
whut unfortunate Irom the aluiidpaiint
ol llie (atiisT of ihis display ol modern
1—ighleiTunlry, however, thul III* bo-
wiitiercd l,.*i.-li. 1,11 y thereunder is like
ly to lull to i-vjia-iimi-,' a I*-.....in
ssnse of giulilit.le Incutiae ol ioabilily
to Hii.l.'t.-iuml What it is all ubout,
while there may evun lw those wh.,
will In eiilhuiiuil) iiiupprceiative lo
uccuiie Uw doughty istuuipiun ol tilling ei windmills.
'li Would lw inleresl ing loknowpi.l
in what senw the If. ('. Ehclric Hail-
way l'oiii|miiy may lie rouiriderid the
"meitor" ol the city 4 Norlb Vancouver. The actual Imt ii Imt lie
oity und Ihe coiupany are working uu
del. tu agrceuuut iiiiiliiully m i-p il,"
end which is considered .|nii. eijuai
so any responsibility, Ihat muy b-
throws upon it. The eily wished err
tain bwisflts which tfae company wus
propuii.il iv piovid.- nU.I the . ..ni|iur.)
wished otrlsiB tiglils aiA privilsgcs
wbieh Hie eity was able lo confer, The
remit wss Ibst u ugr*_njl »■»«
drawn up of a sound ca^auaareiel basis, givipg a lair squivaleol lo each
peaty lor that wfcidk was conferred.
fW SLgrtsoispt ie believed t+fcirlv
SissU aad bo property prole* tfae
yighta tad interests 4 tba dty' apti
the company imparl inljy. Tho am-ec-
ni.-iit likewise provides that when nn;
differences shall' arise with respe.'l
iii.i.-I... lho mullor shall lut arbitral -
titl ttntler tlio provincial urliilration
uct. The compuny is in no sense mu»-
ler ol Ihe city's riubts under the agree-
11ia iit neither is Ihe cily niusler ol thc
coinpuny's righla thereunder, bul uh n
iiaaa .a- rights are clearly ddintd tlisre
Is not u particle ol doubt that Ihe,
will lie mm milk i.-aipiri.il by the con-
l met ing parties.
Al the present limo a dilfeiiin-u ha.
arisen wilh respect to the lighl of Iliu
company lo discontinue ila serviou upon aa portion of ila eael nud west lines.
Tho city council hua ahov.li itself fully
nlivo lo lite siluution wilh nil that
il implies, the council hus ... i.-l
promptly, windy uud dnliliuruialy us
well us effectively. The compuny hu.
concealed its obligulion lo lirsl secure
|he j'linaelll ol the council I,. I.m- die-
continuing .any portion of ils service
nnil the question litis now resolved il-
si-ll into the right ol the company to
operate .i thirty minute service upon
u portion of ils lines. Thut is lastly, the question now to lie udju.t
is whether the compuny ia oliliguted
by the agreement to regulate its lime
schedule ao ua lu meet each lerry
steamer on the twenty minute lime
leble nl present in lorce.
ll cuiuiol wiih justice lw said ib,i|
rnlalioiishipe between tlto city uud the
company have iiet'ome atruined over
Ihe inridenl up lo the present, neither is (here any room ,. yet for the
employment ul such strenuous lei in.
us "irou hwl," "veiled llinail," "go
hung" which savor of hysteric weakness, rut her iL.hi quiet und ooniciuu.
strength.
Thus lur llie cily ol North Vuncou
ci uiul the ll. ('..Eleclric I'ompiin.
have in,nui..-i..I u commendable desire
lo work in harmony to their niutii.il
advantage uUil there is every reuion In
conclude lhal Ihe huriiionious rclu
tionshftis. hitherto oblaining lietweeu
ihu two corporations ure not goin/ t -
be ul all disturbed through the inc
lent 'under discussion.
Ur. Device, ihu well known grower
Slid cniifidilioniii-jr Iriidcsninn, foi'tnerly
located on Ibe Capilano ltoad at the
old B. C. Elootrie tsrifflwis, has removed to the present eiir 'tfrmiuus on
Fell Avenue, fit. llevfee idso operates
u couple of automobiles for the conveyance ol guests to the hotels in tht
district.
SaMsjaBMBiljtiMuJi., .up II il
Phone   198
North Vancouver
Coal and Supply Co.
Dealers in Coal, Brick,
Sand, Gravel, Ume,
Cemm*  and   General
•    Buildeis' Supplies,
All Orders frpinpily
Filled and Satisfaction
iiiiaii.inii-il.    Prices on
A|i|iln diiiuii.
Office: Lonsdale, near City Wharl
Warehouse:       Forrnan's Whail
1
The A. Farro
Grocery
126 2nd St. We«t
When you deal ut the A. Farro (iro-
eery you gol exactly what yuu ask lor
at right price,
Special Attention!
Ws carry  a  couiplelo lins  ol  Gro
ceries.
Iliiiiliiny it Evans Hrcnil W lor tl Ml
JAY & CO.
BUILDERS
Plans prepared und Estimates given.
Ollice: 1107 Dominic* Trust llldg.
Vancouver.
I'hone 2191
Kesideuce, l.'i'.' Eighth Ave. E.
Norlh Vuneouver.
NEW YORK CAFE
Near posi flfficc
ESPLANADE WEST
First . in" meals, 3Rc, commhlalion
Iii kit, 'all meals, HI. Hi'l iilnr loom und
lluard th und up.
LOW SEA, Proprietor
llreuklusi  li io PL In; dinner 11   to
m
2M ; Hupper 6 to 8.3(1.  Open ull duy
i.adv'wahhessi'.s
II. C. liAZETTE
In the current issue ol the II. (!. Uu-
/elle Ihe following appointments are
noted : .1. II. Claughton ol Vsneouver, lo lw hum-lei al law; .1. li.
i nui; Iai..i, ol Vancouver, lo lw burns-
ler-al-luw ; .1. 'i. Ilreesey ol North
Vuiicouver lo lw notary public, anil
W. F. Hai-I.ale ol Nunainu, to lw
deputy i.ironei.
The Hay in .a I'nrriugo I'oinpuny ui, I
Ihe -I V. llnil/ Co. I l.l have Ikiui
graiili.l liaTsUee lis exlru-provinrinl
riiinptiniiv.
I'erlilicatos of incor|j/,ralloii havo
beam Issued l„ llillingsgsle Fish   Com-
|   .11        I III .      I'd ill   li     ( |a).<l<; i a,.,I
nnd MoHt/uge I'.iryorn'lJjjpi |,lal,, Coll
Swrlt'li I'oinpnny Ltd., Cnpiinl lliwlty
Co. Ltd., I iinndiiin 1'ugst ti.en.d Ium
ber Co. Ltd., Canadian Mutual |,uni-
ber Co. |,ld., I'o.piilliiiii I .id Holding and llev.liipiiii-iil Co. I Id,, tinner Valley Tile and Cemi'sl Co., Km-
singlon Inviaslmenl Co. Ud., Kiille
Vulley ltuilwuy Co, Ltd., ('resliylerinn
Church Extension Co. 4 II. ''., rjoyui
Hii llofiiacries of 1). C . Sidney Trad
nu (',, Ltd., SlPiiiiiboal City nnl
Land t'o.,  Vancouver Turkish    Hatha
Ud.
Notice ie give* ol Ibe application
(or u water record on Kootegwy rivsr
by A. I,. MaaCuUough.
Noliee ol tke assignment 4 V.. V.
krooriy (>,., 'Ihtw, V.. Cett,mAfblud
I). K, i'.iierson ol II C, sts also
noted.
IV) you know lhal British CiilumbM
ia ''anode's largest province, 4011 by'
700 miles in ties, tWi/NO square ioii.1
»r 10 pet ami. 4 Cenoda's tola! ureu.
N.V.W00DYARD
CUT WOOD '
16 inch—ii per load
12 imli  fi.'lh |wr load
I'ordwood-lo per cord
Olfico and Yard t
SECOND and ST. PATRICK
Phons 1V0 P. 0. in 136
*T
m
mint.
PIKI.IC MlTK'E is hereby given
thai, uadei tb- nulhorily ciilninud in
«.ti.hi 1.11 ol Ilic "I and iab," a 'e
gtilalion was upprovoil by the Lien
tenant IJovemor in Council Using Ilic
iiiiiiiuiniii inle prices ol litsl ..ml sec-
oiiil clus. luii.li nl (in und th |wr acre
lea|ie.liv.-ly.
This regulation lurther provided
Ihul the prims lixod therein should apply to all lauds with re.pecl lo whicli
the applications lo purchuse were givoft
favourable considerulion aftsi the dun'
ol said regululion, namely April Jid,
mn.
i'liilher notice ^s now given lhal b
miiii.. ol a regululion approved by
Ihe laieutiaunl••iovwnor in Council on
ih.- Illll, of May, IVII, ihut Ihe regu-
lulibn dated the 3rd April, I'JI I, In
held nol to apply to applications I
puicjhn.e vmunt Crown binds which
were reoeived by the Assietont Com-
mlssio|iers '4 Lands on or More the
said April 3rd, IUII, and with reaped
lo wbicb (bs required depo.il of fifty
cents par acre h«4 been received by
said Commissioners i,n nr belors the
aaid April 3,d, Illll.
JJOBT. A. KENWICK,
Deputy Minister, ,,f lands.
llefMrlmsnt 4 l*ndi,
Victoria, B. C, UU, J «"/< '»>
Mi
of a lifetime
.till' .ilisUMl. JUillJI, f,      l',l|Ui   IiU'IiL I
Block 34, District Lot 580. One Block from Carline.
Urge Sired" Lots. 80 x 187, all Cleared. Magnifi-
cent View. One Block from Boulevard
Price* $950 North View     fwiic^W>, i>,iiwiasmouib.
$1000 South View pij   u""'^
Double Comers from $?3oo LlderMurraylo.
4
—
FIRE!   frlRE!!   HRE!!!
FOR ABSOLUTE PROTECTION write a Policy in the
Commercial Union Fire Assurance Co., Ltd,
(LONDON, ENGLAND)
ASSETS: $94,900,000
So',! Ageiit
PERCY KING
NOTARY PUBLIC.      18 LONSDALE AVENUE
Agreement, end Contracts drawn        p. General
ol every dcicription rllOlie   15/       Convsyencing
 ' »H ■ iiiwiumi
. ■
VY/E are Sale Agents
"   lor this Block in
Norlh Vancouver.
Coine   jn  and see  us
about prices antl terms
THE NORTH VANCOUVER TRUST
CO., LTD.
219 Lonsdale Avenue Telephone 44
Campbell Realty & Investment Co.
tOfl SAI.E-M It. lot on Dili vlr.ei
norlh aide, ti,160, terms; 50 ft. lot
on 7lh street, <I,.H«J, 1-3 cash, hnlnn'-e
arrange,
REAL ESTATE, LOANS, INSUKANCi;.
TEl.lil'IIO.NE Hg. I'. O. BOX iij,
REMOVAL NOTICE
We wish to notify the general
public that on and after June 1st
we will occupy the front offices on
the first floor in the new BANK OF
HAMILTON BUILDING, corner of
First Street and  Lonsdale Avenue.
3 BELOW  VALUE
A fine double corner in Block 2, D. L. 273 on Seventh St.
100x180. (3,600. 1-4 cash, balance 6,12 and 16 months.
This is tlio bust buy in I lie districl and ytiu.will bave lo ail quit My
lu luku .i.i .■:.!.i;.'i of ibis al tin: present price.
Canadian Financiers, Limited
Phone 215
V.. KBUAOE,
I..''..I MnnuKcr.
PALACE HOTEL
Haiis:   $i.ii,i   per   and   up.   Special rains to lanulius
snd   lo regular   hoarders	
Finest ttoof Garden on Pacific (nail
REDA&ANDRUSS
fhomiitohs
SlCOMD ttttm,   •   -   -   •   NOUTH   VANCOrVfcK. li. c.
FRUIT    PRODUCE
CONFECTIONERY, CIGARS, Etc.
WHOLKALE ONl,Y
PETERS & DOYLE
120 Second Street Eait. Telephone 206
)        Convenience to North Vancouver Men hauls   .
Buy in Your Owe Town.
Your Ordsri Solicited
UrmadT
a I a   aa 1 ll I »ai*«aaaqaiaTa»a»a,
Supply
——u 1 ——
Stores
Cor. 8th and Lonsdale
Phone 40.
,   IIHANCJ1 STOBE
63 Lonsdale   PUe232
Store of Quality
Free delivery lo all inula of i'ily.
8l'K<iAl, I'tlH WEDNESDAY
II Ihs. laonidalo Ulond  Tea, rog.
Wo, our price      M
.1  Iba latinsriale lib ml Cuffso, red'.
■Hie, o'ur |ir|ce  *'
18 lb.   suck   It.   I".   nu|itir, r-i.'.
11.10, our |irico  "
I'ure Muplc Syrup (litis season's)
I pint tin  *>'•'
'    I i|iinrt Iiil  tile
I  kiiIIoii tin  .' Hoe
WuKSlulf'a botthd Fruils-
Kim|uVrriiM,  peiichea,  pesrs
plttttis, rug. .I.V, ami  price   ...ihe
lllue luhcl Ketchup, ul'   line  'JV
Kiil/lisli l'ickles, Iiiiul' liul I-. i V
llilii •"■'«•
Worooelor sauce, rtg. IHc; :i lur Vk
Ua k   renin's   Situce, reg. IKc.SDc
Laundry Soup, rog. lie 1 for 'ilic
llo.vtll (Vo»ii < l.tiiis.-r  :i (or ilric
Eels Nii|ihllni Soap  ' lor He
Eggo linking l'o*der, r.-ji. 'ifio, ...30c
1 Hi. litis ol Salmon, i.ii   il lor
ine   I fm   Vie
Clliver'a   I   Ih.   .1 i.r   I .mm.  ny.
J6c 'inc
(iiiver's H..I1I01I Eiuit', r.-e. 36<v-atllo
Hams b)  "hui.'    lot
Uncoil li>  side 'lif
eJucl.arcn Clieese, his. ruu. '30c Ve
FiliuJl freuiiii-rv lluilei .3 Hi lor *l
Creamer) Hut let      Wc   Ib.
We  carrj   n   lull In..-   nl Ircsjl   nil I
nu ill niiiils.
Freeh leUitcc, iiiruiiilii'is, Tpmaloes
ulc.  Strawberries arrive daily.
WE COULD
Paper the World
Irom our slock ol new Well Papers
so il seems. Kvuiy day some now
il.'a-i|jii arrives lo Iiil lho vacancy
nl iIiiimj i-losed oul.
Handwme Wall Paper*
uro liiie ini-inilni variety, .lust
lell our ■ .1. in.a, lor what room
you wunl lho paper und ho will
allow you ju.l lho piitletp you sre
looking lor.
Co dimmc Irom our slock is a pleasure, lo puy our prion la easy,
W. H. ST0NEY & CO.
117 l.onidalo Aveuus Ski ns U'J
N. A. KEARNS
ARCHITECT
Telephone 27*3
127 LONSDALE AVE.
NORTH VANCOUVER TriJ? JUPfl&SS. NORTH VANCOUVPiJi, 8,Q,
yivg
552--DISTRICT LOT--552
THE WEST END OF THE
CITY OF NORTH VANCOUVER
■■■■■liaMBiWMH
This   New  Subdivision will be  put  on  the  market shortly.
Large  Lots,  Cleared,  at  First   Prices. Southern  Aspect,
Splendid View. Within  half a mile of the Waterfront
Capilano line of the B. C, Electric Railway runs through the
property, giving a regular service  	
■
MnitwariT-"""—"
LONSDALE ESTATE OFFICE
525-6 WINCH BUILDING
Phone 2835
Vancouver, B. C.
■■■Hii i'Mi mt,mmm\U.mmm\
THE POWEII OF A SMILE
llonil mil iii i ii- ii most vnlitiib'e ns
set nnd *, amile-is of in sttuiable vii'
uu in keeping lln rolalii nahipa of th.
world in oi l.-i- '> i tulle ia u coin
(ium the universal in,ni ol the World
whose purchasing power ia utmost unlimited. A smile .|.n tunny avenues
lo euooosi, ll ofiia nn n.i d mra nl
hiippiness anal il lends lo much olonn-
seipicnce.
A smile nui'l\ lings lulse in Int
iu tin- mini wherein stnil.a me coin ;
there are no spurious coins nnl ih -
tire rarely made elsewbcie. Pirhnpi
il is Ikciiiisc the spurious nnil h.i\
such a pulpiibh' full' look thai Ihey
never are lakm loi Ihe reul thing.
liul the smile of good nature i 01 ■>(
goodwill, whul does il not bring lon'l
who id.inr within thc rouch of il I
There are people whom it is a tonic
lo meol. They ure dis|X'llers of the
"blues" and discourageinelit n. v.r
alays long where Uyy Bntor. And
these are the people nl uniform   good
I nature, They simply won't allow  you
! li, li"'-1 dolulnl ' --a.n with yourself.
Curiously, lliese pioplc ure lunly
tlie olios who linn- ha.l nn easy lini.
in life, but tlinae who have bad mn >,
serious mishaps und mila itun .ta-ah .»■
backs.    They are   people   who   In-
'known trouble and ilisuppo'niiiiiut
and sorrow, but Ihey hive leuin'l
thut the world neeila nil ul lis una
shine und so they give ol their   rrnli-
lance to drive the clouds uml jl miu
away.
I And because they do this Ihey lu
more oul ol Iiie uiul they realize more
in thi-ii  lime   Ihuu   u'niosl   uuy   .nn
lohn hocsuse the good  ih-n.-s' ;t,\\
Inle a..,i ii.;ll-.  It, litem.
I Hue this isn't ihe typo ol p r.'lViT
who has u auiilo (or the sir itti'i nii.l
liioiie lor the home folks.     II is   lir
, man or woman who looks upon home
us Ihe allur of earthly hopm und
eartably ambitfuni und'realises thul il
its fires ure kepi burning Ibey iniisl
do llieir shutu in maintaining its
Rams.
HSSSSSSSSUSSSSSJ SBMDa_alM«ValMa_W J XfUlY
The Brackman-Ker Milling Co., I Id.
^iMwi'nw   mmm\\   ""'   !'i"       i"1" ^Z'm ' ■TnTT'i'iT"'"!^""'" ""'7'"**'""
HAY, FLOUR AND FEED
Poultry Supplies a Specialty
All Orders Promptly Attended to
MOVED TO
116 ESPLANADE EAST
PHONE 4
I.if.- means so very inut.ii ihut it
a-lii,uid la. mude ua light and joyous
us possible, bul to do ilia one ahoud
nol lei-l pri.ilcaiid to sliitk ulty ot his
bind ita, nor I ...l.l he assume lb I
lie can ., in -nl lo 11.ni i.i his o'liju
lion lo bv good ii.ilitnd lo hia wife,
or daughter, r,r sinter, i,r mother, He
iniisl puss out the con of got.dwill
laliiidi-ll uud he ininl Meui u ciiiilitui
unco thul bespeaks cln'orluln an,
This oltl world nl ours bus troubles
enough ol tis own without any ol us
heaping mote upiuf il lit ihe way ol
gloomy looks nnd .our iuntil, nuni-ce.
It hua grief enough without our hunting up ulty iitinginer) ones, und il hus
tin lined ol any of ils children hunting up trouble lor it, because trouble hua H wuy of aeckiug il out.
tio let us smile when wc can, und
we cuu of I rind iliuii we think. I.el
■ I   In- cheerful when we cntt, and there
lure lew times whin il is impossible,
uml   let   its show ihe   spiril  of good-
jwill ul nil times. |ty doing ihul wi<
shall do mi,' share in mukinc the world
n happy old place, I'.a'la rliiu Kip, in
Albuny Knickerbocker Press,
Get  il at tho Lonsdule 1'hurmucy,
comer 8lh and Lonsdale. I'll, ue I'I. tl
I   Do you know ilini British Columbia
lis >-|ii.il lo 21 Swilnrl.111 IS, with SI'! ,-
ItHI      sipinl-e      miles      ''I      Ilia.'     uin
iSwil/irlulid   ll'i.WI,.
Pianos Tuned
■p....." ' ' i :|. i,..'.i.'i .'"" " j",■:::.....i,—  i.
Estimates given (or Ptliibiag, Repairing, etc. to Pianos & Orgam.
Single I lining, ti, twice yearly $15.00.
|)o not risk huving yeur p'eno spoilt by uu inrompetent lumuwhin
you can get an expert lyi do tho work at Ibe
'ill h 'i '.III .111'"       ■ '   '      '■■■   /  =
Warburnitz Piano House, limited
443 Lonsdale ^yenne Phone 114
i    A lire whicli mi hi  huve roil  North
. Vuneouver her finest Inslitulion, mime-
ly Ihe building.) ol Ihe Norlh Shore
Press, wns iinrrowly averted on   Friday   night   lust   by the presence   o|
mind nnd resourcufulnow of the pop-
iilur und well known reporter of   th •
. "Express' Mr. .1. II. Tompliim.    Hr.
I Tompkins Imd returned about the hour
ol 'i .1" from a short aojourn in   the
i' ■ aiiaiiuii' iii.'iii.poli..i iicroie tho   In
let,   end hud occasion   to   pas-    ih
; buildings in question.    Seeing a sliyb
: llii'ker of florae in Ihe sombre durknis-
ol the ini id i.ii Ile did Ihr porch climbing n.l llii'.ui'h Ilic back window neu
Ihe   l.al   '■ aaaail   il|i la. ll.ile   Ml Illll' in-.
diine used by the Company in nance
lion wilh its pn|ex. Il did not lake
inui'h delving lo find the Cause ol lb'
Bicker whlcb bad attracted bis alien-
tion. The operalor ol the muobine,
wlii'ii huving the shop nl night hsd
neyh'clcd U, douae the llame ol hia
gn«i.line apparatus. Whialliug the
"Campbells are coming," haw, haw,
hniv. Ii.iw ! with variations Tompkins
tunefully rendorod this ehuieo snlection
nl tin'sntne lime wilb o graqofu) movement   of  right   bend turned jM  tbc
Nuaplilha and tho tragedy wos (vcjiotl
fi
I vol
Lynn Valley Notes
(Express special corresponded!
Ur. S. Uiirnson hua moved   lo   li
■■■  house, Dovercourl  Itoml. ,
Urs. ti.  W.  Stigihn    |" ni   the lull
day in Viotoria vjsiting rclalivce.
Itev. E. ('. Kukeley will preach   his
farewell sermon nexl   Sunduy evening
iu I,ynu Valley,
A pleasing ilniuo purl) waa held ul
the residence of Mr I). Ciink Thins
duy evening last.
Mrs. (Iraves, Koss Koad, has o|ien-
ed a smiill lunch room, surving lunches mid ice creum,
Mr. Alex. Campbell sr. gave an enjoyable house warming in hia new
house i,u Frederick Itoml Friday night
last.
Large crowda visited ull parts ol the
Valloy on Empire Day. Many were ns
lain Inal ut llie growth ol tbe place
recently
Mr, uml Mrs. Auble ol Vancouver
luiie imlil ti lent limine lor ihe summer month nu Frederick Koad nexl to
Mr. Snow's house.
Mr. Win. Ilurmyn's team und   wagon
I met with an accident on car Una oo
Thursday last.     While ths driver wn
l cruising tho car track the wagon wss
struck by a car and badly twisted, ths
horses escaping injury.
Mrs. McCarthy has moved to North
Vancouver Irom tbe Valley, Mr. McCarthy lias charge ol tfae steam shovel working on tbc drudging out (or
lho car works.
Tuceday evening, May 30th in ths
I'reabylcrian church a laroweU social
given by thc Methodist Ladies' Aid
In Ibcir departing pastor, Bev. C. I.
Fakclcy.   Silver collection.
North Vancouver Business Cards
PHOTOGRAPHERS
CARBUTT
Studio   over   Bunk   B. N. A.
Lonsdule and Esplanade
WATCH REPAIRING
Is your watch stopping or going Irregularly ? See
A. H. HOOD
The Norlb Vuneouver Expert
and pioneer dowdier
60 I   m d ,li. Avenue
FISH DEALERS
THE   NOBTH   yANCOUVEH   FISH
AND PBODUCE CO.
Fresh and Smoked Fiih
Live and Dressed Poultry
Vogotables Delivery twice daily
Phons 210 13) First Street
CONFECTIONER Y
The Palm Confectionery
Stationery, t'onlcctionory, Ice (.'ream,
Soil Drinks, Fountain Drinka, Tobacco
Light Lunches, Fruit
K. C. DIJCOMMUN k SON
Lonsdale aad 6th Phono 818
CONTRACTORS
The New Blook on |.onedalo Avenue
near tbe Ferry Approach
was built by
8MITH BROTHERS
General Contractors
NOBTH VANCOUVEB
ICE DEALERS
JON.ES ICE CO.
Wholesalers and Kctnilers ol Pure loe
('ream
Ice lor Lunik .use
BAV VIEW TEA BOOMS
Phone '236      UINSDALE AVENUE
ARCHITECTS
A. S. W. Mackaiy     j. M. Maacksy
Aaaoc.M.ln.l Ct
Archil eels und Civil Engineers
Ballour-Ker Block • - - -  Eaplanude
N0B?jH VANCOUVEB
BII,I,IARI)S AND l'OOI,
PLAY POOL
AT HAMMOND'S
F1BST wi si
Finest tables end cuee in the City
BLACKSMITHS
R. H. TARN
Pioneer Horseshoer - Carriage Works
FIH3T 8TP.KKT WEST k UJN8DALE
BOOKS ANJ) STATIONERY
THE LEONARD-SAL* CO.
Booksellers aud Stotloners
Cor. Lonsdale and 1st.       Phone 143
wm V*«COUVW
BARBERS
BAILEY'S
Barf*r Sbop ud Balks
ltigfat up-to-date in every particslar.
Try us and be convinced,
TAILORS
H LAURIN
High-class Ladies' and Gent's Tsilottag
KEITH BI.OCK, FIB8T HTBBKT
NORTH VANCOUVEB
Madtrn Tailors Ami Ktmitloq
907 laonedale Avsjaus
Cleaning,   Pressing,   Dyeing,   Altw!|S|
We   uee   the   French   Dry   tlaanmi
Process Phone Sll
NOBTH VANCOUVEB
JOHN LINDEN
TAILOR f
Ladies' and Heat's Suits to Order
from 136.00 sad NAM respectively
Phone 262        Ixmsdsis Car. I6ik st.
NOBTH VANCOUVEB
TEACHERS (Music)
SAM. T. SUTTON
TSAOHjEB OF PIANO and WWWUf.j
8pco>lty : Children's lasssou tttaft j
home. Terms, etc,, apply Ommtaf \
tkilrmy.
ADvanw in m m
'a*'|
THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B, C.
Beautiful Queen
Anne Silverware
There ie no design that has oi,inu lo us from Iliu past whidi ox-
—ills ill symmetry and gi'acti this beautiful prod'uolion in silver. At
a glanue you see the dietiiititiva >|italilies and iiiipnieeivn titlriiil-
iveness »l the deui^i to which has lioeu adtled the science ami superior workmanship employed in Ihe HIKES Inrlory, giving the
production a spice ol modernism whirl, id unexcelled. We me showing many handsome leu seisin Ihis pattern, also sugar* and
creams, which will lw most appropriate and appreeinlila as wedding gilts.
Our wedding silver comprises some ol the lines! Hues ami designs ol the limes, in pierced, plain or hand engraved pieces or set s.
When providing for the weddings of June, remember HIKES' superior values in silver.
Henry Birks & Sons, Ltd.
Jewellers and Silversmiths
GW'E-TE'g.ngmree,or' Hasting, & Granville Sis.
NORTH VANCOUVER OITY FERRIES, I.1MITK
TIME TABLE
TAKING  BPFRCT  MAY  FIRST,  iy.i
I.eme Vancouver 6.'.20 a.m. und
il.. i' ..fi' i every 20 minutes until
7.00 p.m. i .,mm. ie ana 7.30 p.m.
every HO minulea until 11.110 p.m.
thereafter 12.16 aud l.lgl a.m.
WEEK DAYS
Leave North Vancouver 6.00 a.m.
and ihcrcallei every '10 minutes until 7.00 p.m. Commencing 7.30 p.
m. every :ui minulea until 11.00 p.
in   lliereulter  11.Id und   I'i I'i nut.
SUNDAYS
I ."uie   Vancouver  7.10,   8.9) and
0.00 ilieieiifter same as weekdays.
U-avo Norlh Vsneouver 7.20, 8.00
and 8.40, thereafter same as weekdays.
I'ASSENGEK KATES
Single lare Be, 6 for 38c, 30 lor »l, 70 lor %2.
VEHICLE BATES
A Lumber wagons, trucks snd
drays, 76c return.
11—3 horse express carriages and
hacks, Mc return.
CI horse express buggies and
mil...-, 2to return.
All the above rules include driver. Hates A und II subject to '.20
iwr cent, discount in lols ol 60.
FBEIfiHT TAKIl'F
Per UM lbs. rate, he,
VI i m im ii in rule, 10c.
'Ium- (iilile nilij.ei to i li.an -ia without notice.
Company not liable lor delaye, accidental or otherwise.
West Vancouver Motor Launch Service
I..nnil li "West Vancouver," Captain l'iinllay
Licensed lor 35 passengers
TIME
TABLE
Learns Viincouvcr
lassvs West Vancouver
8.00
WEEK DAYS
8.80
10.00
10.30
12.00
1130
14,00
14.30
16.30
.
17.00
18.00
18.10
42.00
(.Suturduya only)
33.90
10.00
.SUNDAYS
10.30
14.00
14.30
17.00
17.30
18.00
,
18.30
21.30
21.60
Singl
s Fare 15c.
Two Tickets 26c.
Quickest route Irom North Vsneouver lo the district beyond
Capilano River. I,b'iiiicIi "West Vanainvrr" makes connections, without L11I, will) the lerry steamers Irom North Vancouver, ss per aii/ov i.i In .lob.
NORTH VANCOUVER
1
LoU in D.L621, BAYVIEW; $300
to $325 per lot; $20 cash and $18
per month; or $60 cath and $10 per
month; or $100 caih, 6,12,18 n.tl.s.
	
S. F. MUNSON
BROKER     333 Pander St W.      Phone 6684
Between Bridge and Imperial Car Worki
FIFTY FOOT LOTS^
on open roads, (rom $350 up
ONE FIFTH CASH
W« Spsxi»)li« ia North Vancouver, East ol Seymour Geek
D. McLURG
140 ?mm ITREET      VANCOUVER, B. ft
wAmjwmcBB
NOTICE is hereby given thut ,m an-
plication will be made under I'uit V.
of thu "Water Act, 1000," tp obtain
a llaense in the Distriot ol North viin-
oouver, Oroup 1, New Westminster,
(now Vuneouver distriot).
(n) The name, address and occupation ol the applicant-The Corporation ol the Distriot of Norlb Vancouver,
(tl (or mining purposes) free Miner's
('ortilioalo No.
(b) The name ol the lake, stream
nr source (il unnamed, tlie description
is)   Met'iiiiney Creek.
(0) Tho point ot diversion—About
500 (set south ol the northern biuin-
duw of District Lot 207ft.
(il) The ipiniiiity of water applied
lor (in cubic feet per second)—2 cubic
feet per second.
|e| The character of the proposed
works—Wooden dam anil intake.
(1) .The prewiees on which lho water ie to lie used (descrilio samnj—Tbs
District nf North Vancouver.
(g) The piirpnaos lor which the water is to lie usod—Municipal purposes.
(h) II lor irrigation duacrllis the
land intended to he irrigated, giving
acreage—Not (or irrigation.
(i) 11 lite water is to lie used lor
power or mining purposes describe the
place where the wuler is"to lw return
ed to soms natural channel and th
difference in altitude between point o
diversion antl point ol return—Nut for
power or mining purposes.
(j) Area ol crown land intended to
be uccupied by tho proposed works-
None.
(k) This notice was posted on ' Ih
2<llh day nf April, 1011, and apprise
tion will be made lo the conimiesion
er on the second day ol .lune, IUII.
(I) Give the namos mul addresses o
any riparian proprietors or licensees
who or whose lands are likely to bo
effected by tho proposed works, either
above or lielow the outlet —Thomas
Ailken, Il.o old lliuiitoii, Conrad and
Henry Hewitt, all ol Nanaimo, und
V. II. Hepburn, Funny I1'.. MeCurlney
uiul V.. W. MacLean, nil ol Vunciiuver.
Note—One cubic lool per aecond is
cipiivulent lo 3h.ll miners' inches.
(i|) Thu boundaries und men uf lb a
municipality aro aa fullowa:
All thut piece of luud cumulint'ing at
U   |'aaa-l    IHaill.a.l  (i.   F.   II.    -ll ll.lle  a II lite
westerly ahoro of the North Arm of
llurrard Inlet, being the iiorthriiet
corner of lot numbered Bi2 in the Di-
trict of New Ua i nun i. i ; lb "tire vest
along llie north boundary of said lot
numbered 872 lo the n..illi-weet cor
ii.-i  thereof; thence in a westerly   di
la'  I lalll    tfl    tile   I.all ill   a il    I    OlIHT   l,(   lot
i.nii.li, i. al ''.'iii; (hence west ulollg ihe
north boundury ol aaid lot nuinliei.-.l
1156    to     lite    Id,llll   a ,,-1      a,,||.a■) al       |ol
nuiiili. i.-.l 085 aitituted un .Seymour
Creek ; thence west along the north
liuiimlni > of aaid lol numbered UK> to
the ia..a ila i-,. .-a corner ol and lol ;
thence in a westerly .lu..-ii. u   lo lho
Ila,, ill  a , |a. I     ,-,,||,|.|     (,(    hit    II11II ll H I ad |  876j
thence wost along the norlb loitnder-
iea ol lots nunibereal 875 and ^74 slid
a line produceil lo Ihe iniorsurinn of
the .... a -1 lino on Howe Si,Un1 . llutne
suiiiln-ilj along tbe coast Hue t> point
Atkinson; Ihonce east along llijronel
lins and norlh ahore of ilurrurd Inlel
lo a point in the south-weal e.iiur of
lot numbered iii;. thence it. rth I. n\
tho weal bouuduiy ol said lot ■ . lbs
n... 11; v.. i comer ; Ihencs ei.-i oloBg
Ihe norlh boundary ol said |..l num-
berod 273 and lot uumbered 272 lo the
I...uh .ii-1 ta iriler ol suid lot t umbel
ud 272; thonce smith along the east
boiiudiiry ol aaid lot to 'hs interne-
tion ol Ihe ahore line ; thence easterly
ulong tho said shore line lo Rot-lie
Foint; thence northerly ah ng tbe
wesl shore of the Norlh Ann ol llurrard Inlel aforcsuid lo point ol rom-
meucuineiit, and containing one Ium
drod mtuure miles, more or less,
(r)   Approximately the nutniur i.i in-
hiibiiniilH is 1500.
(Signed)  THE COKI'ORATWN   OF
THK   DISTKICT   OF   NOKTII
VEIL
JOHN ll. FtlWKB,
12-7 C, M. C.
municipally »r» as follows;
All that pise* ol low} pomnnmoing
at a post marked (J. F. II. eitsttes on
the westerly shore of the Norlli Arm
of Durrani Inlet, being the iiorlh-enst
corner ol lot iiiinibcreil 872 in tbe Distriot ol Now Westminster; thence west
along tba north boundary of Baid lot
numbered 872 to the north-west corner
thereol; thence in a westerly direction
to the north-east corner of lot niini-
li.-i-.'.l 051!; thonco west along tho norlb
boundary ol said lot numbered Olill lo
Ihe inn III eiidl   a-, liner ol lol iillinbereil
085 situated on Seymour Creek;
Ihonce west along tbo norlb boundary
ol said lot numbered 085 In lho north-
wost comer of said lot; llicnco in a
westerly direction to the nurth-enst
earlier of lot numbered 875; thence
wesl ulong Ibo north boundaries of lots
nuiliburod 875 und 871 nnd a lino produced lo the intersection ol lho coast
lino on Howe Si,mul; thonce southerly along thu coast lino lo Foint Atkinson ; ih. ne,. east along the oi.sst
lino nnil north ahoro of llurrard Inlot
to u point in lite south-west corner
III    llll    inlinlia'l-e.l    273 ;    I ll.'lie '    Hut I ll
nlopg lho west I io 11 in I.i i' nl said lot
lo lho iiorlh-wesl corner; Ihonce east
along lite norlli boundary bl en'd lol
numbered 273 and lot numbered 272
lo thc iia.nli .-..-I corner ol snid lot
numbered 272; thence .i.nili along the
east boundary ol suid |ot to tbe intersection of the shore line; thenco
easterly along the said shore line to
llodio Point; thence norlherly along
tlio west sbore of (he Nurlh Arm ol
Durrani Inlel aforesaid to point of
coinineiicomont, and containing ons
hundred square miles, more or less ;
(r)   Approximately the number ol inhabitants is 15011.
(Signal) THU COKl'OIIATION OF
THE UISTKKT OF NOBTH
VANCOUVEK.
JOHN (i. FABMEB,
12-7 C. M. C.
saJSJIISSI'IHSSSIIIl        »
. The PeBfliy' teat
Every length giiariii,li'nl
"DUNLOF' Ho»e
OpVrif AMP)>   I7ENCE and OATHS,  Woar.'N.,.u.
Vaiieiiii ver ugenl slur this fuvorilii leiiei.'.g
■JJURE PAINTS in all "colors aiirj
finishes
APPLICATION    FOK   LlO.L'011   LICENSE
NOTICE is hereby given that at tbc
nexl silling ol the Hoard ol   l.ico'isc
Commissioners   'or   ihu  Dislrict   ol
Norlh Vancouver, 1, the undersigusl,
intend  lu  apply lor a bold   license
lor   premises situate un  Heulley    Island,   Eagle Harbour, 11. '.. 774,   ill
the auid District ol Norlh Vwu'iur.
W. 1). I'AKKEIl.
Dated ut North Vuneouver,
April 27th, Ull.     ' U
>'KV'-
'■-.« ■  ii j'-k.'-i ■
VllllLIC  SEBVICE ACT
Thc qualifying examinations for
ilm.I .-I.i- ■ Clerks, Junior Clerks and
Stenographers will lie held ut lite following places, commencing un Mon-
day, (he 3rd July uoxl ;—Armstrong,
t'hilliwuck, i .mil j. 11 .mil, tlold.'ii,
Grand Forks, Ksmloops, hu lu, Ksl-
ownu, Ludyaitiilli, Nunnitiio, Nelson,
New Westmiiiiler, North Vuiicouver,
I'.-a. 111.11 ul. It,".. I io'.., 11.,-si. md, Salmon Arm, Suiiiniei'lund, Vamouvar,
Vernon and Victoria.
Candidates must lie llritish subjects
laitweeu the ages of 21 and 3D, if tor
Third-class Clerks ; und between 16 and
21, il lor Junior Clerks or Stenographers.
Applications will nut bo aceepteal if
received later Ihun the I'.ih of Juno
next.
Further Information, together with
application (orms, muy lie obtained
Irom tbe undersignud.
P. WALKEH,
Idvislrur, Public Service.
Victoria. II. C, 27lh April, 1011.16-6
WATKK NOTICES
NOTICE is hereby given ihat an application will Ihi made under I'urt V.
of tbo "Water Act, I'.si'd," to obtain
a licence jn the District ol North Vancouver, Ciuiip I, New We in.in 1.1,
(uow Vancouver) district,
(a) The name, address und o. eupa-
tion ol ths applicant 'Ilm t'otpota
tion ol Ihe Dialrict ol Noilh Vi ncouver.
(If (or mining, put poses) Free Miner's ('.-t 11le..i.- No.
lb) Tbe name ol Ibe lake, si team or
source (il unliamse, tbe description ia)
in.'!, running through Districl Lol
622 and crossing Keith Itoml about 10
chuins west ol east boundary ol suid
Dislrict |,ol.
i') I ha- puliil ol diversion It) Pis-
trict 1,1,1 622 al or about 10 chuins
norlh ol the Kuilb llund.
(d) The i|Uanlily ol water applied
lor (in cubic (out per second) 2 cubic
lest per ooeolid.
(el Thu chsracUr ol the propawd
wurka  Wooden dans end inttike.
(I) The premlSss on which Ihe water ie to be usod (describe seine)—The
District ol Nortli Vancouver.
(g) 'Die purposes for which tbo wuler is lo be usad-Municjpal purposes.
(h) II lor irrigation describe the
laud intended Id be irrigated, giving
awooge—Not lor irrigation.
(i) If the wuler is lo be used lor
power or mining purposes liesrrilw the
piece where tbe water is lo lie relurn-
ed to some natural channel, snd (he
difference in altitude ln/weou point ol
diversion and point ol return—Not lor
power or mining purposes.
(j) Area of Crown land intended lo
be occupied by tbe proposed works—
Navoe.
Ik) This notice was posted on Uw
»ili day of April, Hill, and application will Im made to Ihs commissioner
on Uie Second day of June, 1011,
(I) (live tbe ounce and addreeses ol
any riparian proprietors or liosnsess
map or whose lands are likely Ui Im
ifeebsd by ths uropossd works, sltW
-■--.vs or below (he outlcl~C. 0. Wick-
Vancouver, 'llu balance Is
India rsservs.
t-Oaa awie loot per second j»
Suniy«Uet lo J6.TI minsrs' inctis*.
(s) fm bowdariee aad area 4 Uw
NOTICE
i'UHLIC NOIKE is hereby given
Ihut, under Ihe uulhurity conlaiuud
in sec(ioti Lil of Ihe "Lund Act," a
regululion bus licon approved by the
Lieulennnt-tjovvrnor iu Council lixiiiu
the minimum sule prices ol lirsl and
second cluss lunda al 110 and ?. per
acre, respeclively.
Thia regulation lur I bar provides Ihut
th< prices lixi.l therein th dl upply lo
all bind wilh reepeft to wheh the tip
plication lo purchase is gigan l.ivour-
ial,I.- eiinui'leiiiliun ufler lins dale, nol-
v..ill  I aa.alalia     Ihe  dale  ul   null   ... |.li
ealion or any delay lhal may have
.a cm i ial in (he cun.idii nl iuu ol ibe
same.
Further nolice is beteliy givui liml
all persona who have peiiditig upplicu
lions lo pin. I". - lunds under Ihe pro,-
visions ol sections 34 or 36 ol the
"Land Act" and who are not willing
lo rumple! u such purchases under the
prices taxed by ihe uforesaid regulglion
shell In al liberty to withdraw sucli
applications and receive refund of tlie
moneys deposited on account ol such
applications.
WILLIAM ft. BOSS,
Miniate,  „( Lunds.
Deiiiiilnienl ol l^iids,
Victoria, H. C, April Bid. llll I.   1-6
COAST DLSTKH"!', KANtJE I
TAKE NOTICE that the Vancouver
limber 4 Trading ('onipnn,,, I iiiuteal,
inloida lo apply for permission to
purCabatae Ihe lollow'ng des ri1 el lands:
('onunrne'ng at a post pi. nled at the
Nortfawesl owner ol Ij4 12', thence
running eoutb 20 chains, lb n s west
80 chains, thence north 28.08 dnipt,
thenta tail 60 chains, tahense soi'ili
8.09 chains to place ol r«mmsneein>.'nt.
VANCOUVEK TIMIIEK k i'BAI)
ING BO, LTD.,
W. B. VACOHAN, Ag»l.
D^tod April Mb, 19)1, til
"BAPCO"
"CHANCELL0R,, ford M^MSwSKomF
Garden Tooli pf Every Description
The J. D, Fraser Hardware Co,
I'hone 58.
143 LaOiisdale Avenue
—————
NORTH LONSDALE     ,
A few yards off LONSDALE AVtNUE. Only
two lots left, each 50 ft. by 167 It. Price on|y $500
each, I -3 cash, balance 6, 12 and 18 months.
ELEVENTH STREET
Block and half from car line, a' cleared 50 It. lot for
$1,5  1-3 cash, balance 6 and 12 months.
C. L LAWSON & CO.
15 LONSDALE AVE. NORTH VANCOUViiK
I'hone 70— V> O. Hox 97
wmisji mtiumanmimn-.nmn-^rmimr -rrrm* ,t-t:l mrttcm .■» mwii -it-»-r-.-^sjr.isje»eajM|
 ^^_wr.M3U ' Jrc- <>wlwv^y»jiM-^f.;*WM|^isii_|iaWf^^j|
UVAC"
In 1111 uge uf exlraviii/nnre, the
thrifty forge surely abend—while
their lens provident iiaiujibors accumulate .!• iii.-.
Many a tlnilty mun or woman can
point, lo lho lirsl decided step in lie
as having lieen tiiltcu the day a bank
account wus opened.
A Savings Account in the Hank ol
Hamilton will prove a sure iineniuia
1 annual thrift.
0, G. HEAVEN, Agent,
Norlli Vuneouver.
Head Office:
HAMILTON
New Westminster Land Districl
Distriot ol New Westminster. TAKE
nolice lhal Hubert Dull Kiuioml ol
Vancouver, I). ('.. occupation, broker,
iniii.d- to apply (or permission ^purchase llie lollowing tlcscrilwd lands:
Commencing at a poal plaulul on Ilic
weal, aide ol a small buy on the Norlh
lino of Lot 2020, thence west 20 chains
more or less lo Ilic northwest comer
ol Lot 2620 ; tltciice south M.'u chuins
lo lho northeaal corner ol Lot 2622;
I hence weal 21.72 chains In the south
cast corner ol Lot 668; llicuce  norlh
80 chains more or leaa lo the south-
' wesl corner ol Lot I2.'I8 ; I hence east
I !)'l.78 chains mote or less to shore ul
lake; llioiit'u in a Southerly direction
tilling sliore ol hike lo point ol commencement.
IIDIIEKT 1)1 tt KINMONI),
lllh Ma.eh, IUII. (-6
.   Elder Murray (n. Tire Insurance.
Iflrel   quality Ice Cream, wholesale
und let nil ul ihu Crollo.
Xwm
2^\
.Suppotie a eusl onier ia about to order something pr ollnr over your
telephone, 'llie oporulor fiwle your
line or line, engaged, The customer
must wait—or order somewhere olse.
Maylic be chooses lo wiiil-cnlls again , ,
—again Audi your line or lines bm.j.
That means a possible loss ol a cus- '
tomcr. i
The   business   man needs  ud. -
quote telephone service for the I
aV'coinmodulion of bis busincas
.and his customers, Wben you
lloac customers ibruugh "busy" ' ■
signals it has been proved that
vour telephone lacilities us
inadequate.
I'soplo who get business make il
oaay for (hair oustomers tq get to
llwin and have tHo'iiumbSr 4 tele
jihone Ijnos their business iivjuiica.
I'bo nunil»r should Ik determined by
Ike omounl 4 uao at Ihe BUSIEST
time of lite day.
B. C. TELEPHONE CO., LTD.
d^i SH
TH% RXPRRjJft NORTH VANCOUVER, 6, C.
i
Dominion Day
Celebration
A GENERAL
MEETING
will be held in
CITY HALL on
on Tuesday Evening,
at 8 p.m,-
All are invited to attend
- —,      ,   a.fr.-—a....,        , „  —— ■■      .-,..,   a
Conjmittees are now being formed,
lGEO. J. PHILLIPPO, •
Secretary-Treasurer
i
dtWHM
BUILDING?
| Illll ■MWBMBMMMHMIWPH
An ofclastic Roof Paint Mends Leaky Roofs
gOa/ii v/iiieiproofing for Canvas
PRICE 60 Cent, par Gallon
Wuvuloid I'rt'iiiiii'i'i] Hoofing
irl'l Ifriiinl Tar uiul lluilding Paper
Km.o I'uin Paints nnd jronitr; Vimiiaslies
OiU, Unmliog, Dry Colors
l/Ol'l<8,   llill(/t'8,  Su|>|l|il'H, etc.
Patlbrson, Goldie & Clark
North Vancouver Hardware Store
104 ES^ANADE NEXT TO POST OFFICE
l mi—I lfa__SBM______B__________
Parke le Finest Alberta Butler 30c. lb.
Muy Flcsr, Spring Brook or Ayrshire Rose 3 lbs. $1.00
5 lbs. ol
5 lbs. ol
od.Tea
tier  1 LB
5 lbs. ol s; bust Tea
1.50
1.75
2.00
AT
CLAVERIE cV ARCANJ)
Collier First .Street and Si. George
mm-:t.-ram
Hot Points
We shull lie i:IhiI Io sliow yuu
the njii model.
A iiiosl iinpoitjiit leslure is
tlie |'i n i
Two yeses' guarantee
We stand |,y every liul I'oinl
sold l,y us.
B.C. Electric Railway Co.
umta
50 LONSDALE AVENUE
Tlie Place Viere Everybody Goes
GemfTheatre
OKTH VANCOUVER
SEVPN
a.
Eastern New. Utter
Hills .I'l'cai.'iiliil Jn ffssliingtnn Bolievid
■tp be AintLil st Ciiniidii's Trims-
portsUon liitproits-TUuiiliuiits on
final. iskes-Dnolliiig in Vogue jn
dtps*..   ._
(from "tr °w!l eprrespoiidipt)
Montreal,  Muy UU—tllticiuls ol   tin
li'i'liu lriiti«|iiii-Inliiiit inliTi'iilii ill Wui'
in-ill ere qnestionin|{ one atiottior ua
to  lln'  meaning  ol  ceitain   eh	
ivliii'li  ii|i|inir  i,|  IiiIIii  |ii i id nl il to III-'
United States House ol lii'iur min
lives recently. 'I liny leur llutl tlluy
ure iiiiniil uguinst ilium and uVu
worded with a view lo seeing lo it
that fiiiiiiiliiui triiiiH|iiiiliiii..u in-
l.'i.'.dlii do not iwnefit us u rtisttlt nf
uny iiii-riinn.il traffic Isi-tween (-ntianlai
und tho United States. Dill W,
which wus inlroducud in llio-lluuso of
lti'|iri"ii'iiiniii.'.i hy Mr. Hii'-lur al.Opl-
orudo, contains Iho following oIiuih- i
"Every vessel n»t ,ol the Uiiit.tl
Slut™ thut shall arrive dirtct frum
her own country, ils colony, or |ioe-
sussiiiii, in Imllust or wilh nmrt'liiuidiso
produced ili.'ii', or with I'd. ii .1 in
u less proportion I Ium oim-lliirtl uf h i
IumI. .1 ol capacity, lor li. ii hi nr pus
Kiiiajicrs ue aforoeaid, ahull puy u pul
on tho gross ineusiiruunil in u.l'lii i<m
to Iho regular duty inipnsijil liy law U»
lollows I Un nil vessels not exeectlin i
2,IHK1 tons, 10 ocnla per tun ; not exceeding 3,4011 tons, '2.:i cents per ton;
hetween 4,000 and 8,111*1 tons, t'O cents
a ton; between 8,0110 und I'J.IKHI Iiuk
76 cents n ton ; belwuen 12,001) ami
16,000 ions, II u Ion ; liolwein |H,Q0U
und 90,000 Ioiib, 11.36 u tun ; ovc.il
iug 1)0,000 Ions, ||.3I u Ion."      ti
Thia is taken us u direcj slu|i ti'
I'liiiiiilimi coaalwiae shipping, I'ndp.r
ticulurly at tlto houla nl the t'tiniiii
nu Pacific, now doinu su pioDlalih: .'
irudo between Viinuniivrr, Scultlcsill
Alaska. Il also hits ul the uC mi sn
vice, prusenl ol prpipoolivc, uhi li
inuy lie run between llnljlii.v, Hosio ..
uud Iho Wost Indies, t.nd ul British
linit.iuid plying iiliiu lho AHiuli
const (rom Ymniaiiilli. Ilnliliix or Si
John's to Boston, 1'orllund or o hri
Americun porta.
GUNBOATS  BEING  ilKMtlVr.l)
"Tho giinliout Nashville, which hn-
aboeu iiaod by Ihe Illinois uuvul to-
serves on Ihu 'iit'i'I Lakes lorthopnsl
yeur, hus been oitlered In llie ' h.irl.s
lown navy yurd, where il will urrii.
ill Juno."
This terse uniiijijnn.'iiiinl liy.lho I
S. naval authorities wus ul lirst lu
en lo mean ihut America hud, ouh
own iniliulivc, decided lo ulloi I
Cunudu's oil expressi.il complaints in
i.ynr.l Iii gunbouls mi the 'iru.it
l.ukos.
I'Hiiliu inipiiry pruvid disappoint
ine however, for il wus fniitnl lli.it ill
Nashville will bo relieved nn idle Ini.
I>1 iin- llobuijiic, a ijiii.I' .i even ni i
modern und powerful Ih.in lho Nn-h
villu. 'Him ijlMstlon hus nftin l).en i>|i
in   piiiliiiiiiuii. bul never lliorouglil)
ihtushed mil, nlil li the l)inialrrol
.fusticc, i vul or so uijii, udiniilel
Ihul it wns a direct violation' nl Hi
Ashliurlon Treaty.
a tiiuii.um; DUKia
Por Ihe lirst time in many years n
mini hua bia-n killoti here iu u rea.ulu
lion duel with pistols. Man-over t >
action hua boon taken in the mallei
by Ihe authorities. This appiinn
niiliiirniiid'. however, should nol he
taken aa onnlher indication ol llu
much lulkod of orime wave, for tin
victim was only "killed" in u I.el.nl
cul sense. True Ihe duel wus innjh'
wilh reul weapons which were loud-l
nol wilh blank sartridgos bul wll
bullets. The bullets, however, wot
mode ol wux ho ihut tlie person struck
suffered no injury. This duelling «iili
Wax hullots, which wus Ibe lenlute o
a duulliiig i'ui!i|iiitiinm whieh includ*'1
ineeling witb every sort ol Wpepou,
ancient and iho'leru, ia by nn itnjulis t>
childish mailer. The ei,nte«tiiiila ufo
are armored with heavily pnssid canvas suits nnd hove their heads pfo
teotcd with helmets resembling ill'*
worn by divors. The neoossity fur
•uuh precautions wna illiislrulid I
lho fencing instructor who lirud u wax
bullet at a catalogue Irom n dislunee
4 ten yards, tjie inissle penclJ'ntlnv
130 pagos. Contoslunls were station
ed thirty yarda apart, tiu| evin ul
Ihul dial nm ■!■ lbs i,n|i,ii-t nl ila. I ..ll i
Wai icvcro. A now deulh iccmdw
cslnblishod by <iisc men who euocij.ad'■•!
in heing "kill.ajl" (our limes wilh (oil.
diti'lliiiK iwot.il, sabre nnd pistol il)
succession.     Soeioty■ has'luken lo th
now lorra   ol duelling nnd   najpaf I
dcolhs" may lie soon expooleej nmout
the "lour hundred."
WPAl.TH OF MIM.lMliS
While Moutreol may never rival
South A/rica and Uriuil aa n n iim.il
producer 4 precious slonos, nor ils
skyscrapers givo vi.,y ii, mining njfiv.
Hiss, the teat- l,i)i ju*»- liien l>r<>.,ghl
>W light as a reeuli nl bptfam Un
subways and gigitulic buildinu loundu-
•ions Ibat it is un'lcrluiii with rock
which oo,,lain» all sort* ol vtilin)ble
gems. Thi-avughriut the inland ol
Montreal gunots, beryls, jtourinaTintw
and olhor jewels squally valuable lie
pr»el)iislly  under  loot, it  »<>w   'Hr
pears. Owing in lln-ii- |.,i-,liiir (orniii-
lion lho rocks on whirh ihu oity reels
pr.ivitlu inn, i,( |ho iiiusl im i.utiiu
tniiioi'ul loculilics iu ih'l \v„rlil. Ac-
PPldipu In ii loenl niinei'iilonisl wl|n
hits studied llie rjuoslion, Ih-j titlo ti!
ImililillK nni'llivviit'd wiihili llie lasl
yeur Iniii brtMiu;lit tn lirrlit- mnny^Tli
B|iociinuns „l it« gpm-prndtioing ability.
Tlieiti is plenly i,( (mil's ^,,1,^ |TO|| py.
riles, mid Ilm roul yellmv nielul, il Ik
suid by iniiiernlouiiils, wns on.:o n;
poi'tifl in bite of rjllaftj bfoiiglit up1
livuii Ihu oxciiviitinn n| u Iniilillifi
ni'iiv Pliiiljpe ,Si|iiui'c.
Thu (Irotlii, neur tho Puffy «h rl
for Iho host in Fruits, Ci.nluclioueiy,
Tnliiiii:,,s und Fiiiiiilnin Ihiinli.s, tii-
Ily.   Sewls und Ciimplirll, |il'n|iriolors
ir, .'
bmbmmtdAmlS-iM.il,
i ', i     i i ''       "'.'J1 ' ■.
The Bank of British North America
Capital Piii.l Up $4,666,605,    Re,c<ve Fund • $2^652,333
. '         .     	
2 Offices In North Vancouver -2
CORNER LONSDALE AVENUE AND ESPLANADE
UPPER LONSDALE AVENUE (near Fourteenth Street)
". . '   .■".■""|"    ■   '      ■ .......■■ f t
Saivini; lla-ji'iil    nl  >i.i'ii niial li|nviiuli. n Si'ived.
lailula.'.l itlliiui il ul idal   |)l i,th ...
II. i, il;- i's Mmr) Di'l.'U, i.- .il il,
Unl ll I'lll' I.'S II.In   d   I || | . ila ...i |a ii;|,|i|;; inldinuSS
,111    I     lif   :   'f'pi'll     Ull     halllllal.U      ||i|;||l. f
f. T. SALSBURY, Manager.
mum™.. tMa»a«i
-A.,J.u<.-_llifHISlMHI
Mahon, McFarland & fi ctor, Ltd.
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.-■«a.a»a
	
NEW CAPILA'      Cm
50 ti, lots at termir ,3 in D.L (ft)l & 6C7
■ 52 foot lots m  Block 27,  D. L. 599
-
543 !' , Vaucjuver
._J£QaKi.';i?^2_l
J
A
North Lonsda^ site. "'
464 ft. frontdge on three streets, :i;>' ;.•' N)C »"»nJ King Street*,
wfiich are about to be macadamizfc.ii . i .i.j.ciy is close to
Lonsdale Ave. and has a magnifieei I t.n excellent investment io whatever way you look at ii ,. 500, cash $900.
y
P. O. Box 72
\IirOUN    ( 'J Plume 173
62 Lonsdale Avenue
:. Vancouver
ilSjUStaAuf.-   /.     .v-jrit-m*WM"mmnmikl&.:~?£..e ... .   . ■.. . Je*iJ&.l£eWU
■ wain iiii i'i mm iitstt
'.*jv*tmt~   ■
ver City
..-si—iMiipiiiwyiiiwi1 mm wm
W'SSSH'".-!'   . ■ *-rmmm
LARGE LOTS, 50 ft. x 147 ft.
===== Cleared, Ready for Building —<==
In -Blocks  15,   15a,  16 arid  16a. D. L. 550.
Prices.;- Inside Lots, $750 1*j $1000 according to
location.
m
Double  corners,   $1900   to   $2200.     r
In Biocks\^9 and9a.   Prices: Inside Lots, $600.
Double Corners, $1500.
m* ,
Terms: 1-4 Cash, Balan- < 6, 12 ai?d l8moiith.s.
ACREAGE in D. L. 546 and 550
f t
subdivided into blocks of from I* to 4 or m?;re
acres.    Prices per acre, from $2000 to $3250
..Terms: 1-4 Cash, Balance 6, 12,18 & 24 months
l|       l-ii" I •"»-        .    "■   ■ '-") .1        'll'
The Grand Boulevard extends through this property
*JSSBE»
—»»Ju "- >--■»—asjsssjmpsaw'.sssssfesw-
FOR PLANS, PRICE UST AND PARTICULARS, APPLY TO
The North Vancouver, Land and
Improvement Company,
limited
lialiilil)
543 PENDER ST.  MM VANCOUVER, B. C
A RIGHT
.Pi
THE HXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVStt, &"£
l !   ■ ■ '"|l        I ll    l I
m     "
I
Express Classified Columns
Single Insert. lOo per line
•at W.faWa 71c aper line per Insertion
tm Month, Bo per line per insertion
FOB  SALE
Setting  lion  lor  Saln-N. V.   Fish
Market, 1st stroot wost. 30-6
•   Mill Wood f„r Sule-Cr amir 'I'run.-
fer Co,,' trl.-i.li.il,.. 206 or 30. 16-0
Fresh Cream at lho lirotto, 26 cents
per pint,
FOH SALl'W.ol 18 in block 1, D.L.
653, three blocks from llniiloviird facing snulh, 50x117 foil. Price mi. »l«0
176 every three months. Apply owner,
236 1st west. 6-6
TIIEOSOI'IIICAL SOCIETY
Tlie ThiHisophieiil Bnoioly ino.'is in
North Vniicouver in Boom I, 67 Lonsdale Avenue (entrance n.-xt io Wil-
conte Parlor) every Widt.rsdny r.",ninj
at 8 o'clock. Attendance is entirely
tree and rallied no obligations whatever. You are Invited. Tbcoioph'.oal
study und questions.
Angus J. Cameron
A.M.I.E. it S.
CIVIIa-KNV.INKl.K
Irrigation, drainage, levels, plans
and specifications. Septic liinks uutj
house dtninagu a specialty. P. O.
liox 211, Imli slreel weal ol Kewicko
Avenue.
H. D. RUGGLES
ILaKKISTLK
NOTAKY PI lll.lt:
122 6th Street East Norlh Vancouver
I'hone 273
i :
New Harness Shop
A BRANCH OF TII*! VANCOUVEK
HAKNESS CO, HAS KEEN OPENED
IN THE PKLMLSES OK IIIE C. M.
4 N. COAL AM) SIPPLY CO., COIL
ESPLANADE AND ST. CEOIUIE'S
AVE. A FILL STOCK OF FIRST-
CLASS HAKNESS AND HOUSE FIT-
TINOS WILL III'. t'AKKIED. A
SPECIALTY WILL III) MADE OF
KEI'AlK WOKK. I'HICI S WII.I, RE
THE SAME AS THOSE IN VANCOUVEK.
Vancouver Harness-Go.
PHONE V,V
WANTBD
A. Campbell Hope
C. A. CAL.
ARCHITECT
603 Hustings Sins't Wesl, Vancouver,
11. (', I'hone h'Jih
Beside, : Tiretnan Illock 358 1st St.
East, Norlh   Vancouver.  I'hone  li 11 tat.
COAST DISTKICT, HAMJE I
TAKE NOTICE ihut W. II. Vaiigh-
an, Superintendent, inieuds io pp .
for permission io pioelii.se the ioH< w-
ing desrrilwii lands; ' ..!■...■ n- in ul n
poll |ilnt.ud 8H Hi.nns wesl ol ilie
Northeast cum..,- ol Lot 72'.i, thence 2t|
chuina weal, iheBoe llvoU rh .in-nu'lh
Ihunee 'Hi ihaini Ssst, <h net MaOD
chains liilllh lo plan. o( c minci i -
men I.
W. II. VA'iniAN.
Dated April  Hllli.  I'JI I. Ill
WANTED-Dny  work,
lim.'i. Exprass Ollice.
Apply   Hox
WANTED-A good general servant
Apply North Shoro Drug Co., Ksplan
nde. M
WANTED-Drcssninkitig. All kinds of
good class work undertaken. Shirt
waisla and skirts a specialty. Mra.
Kayinciil, '.'ml house, 8tb streel, nil-
joining lliinlevnrtl, North VantioUvcr.
FOK BENT
Kill IIENT-Small luinished bouse,
piano, no children.   I'. I), box 131).
30-5
TO KKNT-Twn or three iinfurnishixl
rooms with uae ol bathroom Enpliro
Hox  1005, Express Office. il'l-IS
MIS0BLLANE0U8
LOST—Summer (Ivi'iroiit, dnrk Cul
ur,   Ketinii  Eiprnea Ollice. 36-6
Fresh     Miitli'iinilk     tlnily    at    the
Grotto, 5 cents per quart.
Person who look two ladders Iruin
Hillside Hninbuw Cafe hud bettor re
litrtrtliein to Ihu Morrison Sign Works
to avoid pr.i.ieciilion. 2-li
Owner   will   icnl-   equity ■. I... -i ul
11,8110 in modern hnUSS «nd lot, centre
North Vuneouver (ur large cleared loi
ill I'ily limits., "I'roin" care Expre>s.
30-fi
HENRY H. WATSON
Architect
It.,,.ins 10 and 11, l'ender Chambers,
62-1 Ponder Street W.       I'hone 3461
mid laoAsdule Avo., North Vanoouver
li" idim e,  cor.  Lonsdale Ave   snd
22nd street,  Ninth  Vancouver.
NOTICE OK DISSOLUTION
NOTICE is b. vby giveu tbst   the
co-pull unship herelufol'e mthsistia.'lie
Iween the undersigned as real sslalv
brokers, under the ium name oi
Pierce k Hull ol North Vancouver,
Im.  this day limi .1. -...- .d by   mu-
llllll euiisent.     The Im-lies,  will  here
tiller be carried on liy II. ''• V. Hall
b) Valium all debts of the old firm will
la, puid, mid lo whom all outstanding
accounts due lho old linn an (o I.,
paid.
UEOKiiK II. PIEIICE.
IIKKHITIT C. V. IIAI.L.I)-6
ASSISTANT WANTED-Eilhei set,
lor Cily Treasurer's Office. Mu.t lie
quick al figures and bave knowledge
ol sleiiogrnphy. Sultry from 160 to
15711 a monlli. Apply, giving relsienc.a,
by Idler 0nly, in own handwriting lie
lore May 31sl lo City Treasurer, Mux
IK, North' Vancouver.
ATENTS
:,l aaillcit tin lauiaiM i,f M.uulualurtu,
Hln/taa-'ll8110 ollnn wIn, it,'Ila. Ilic .illlaalall.
Ily ot liaviug llieir 1'ali'iit Iai an ,. n ,, |PH
W r.ttxttl. Fii'linilaiiyai|vt<rli>c.  i:.j,,;c<
lucatajialt, Oarlavaalaar'i ASvta.ru ul i >,u n-
IJ'ir.l. M.li"il«M.rl',ll. Vry'd . /.  vv >.      l.ii ■
|J..'  M.silir.l   ....I W..IU,,.,,„„   I,,-    ,;„j
I'OI ND NOTICE
There is in city pound one buy mmc
wilb black mu ne und tail, tip ol bit
ear alii. II not claimed nn or belore
.Saturday, Ihe 3rd id dune nl 10 a.m.
will Ihi sold at public auction at fil>
hall lo delray BSpsi)SSS ol impounding
said animal.
A. J. SHANNON,
pouodhasper,
North Vancouver,
May 201,i,  IUII. 24
IU ta via-
werkai
mMifi
FRED G. TURNER
Notary Public
Loans,   Investments    and    Insurants.
Room 207, 632 (Jranville St., Vanauu-
vor, I). C.   I'hone 8200.   Land  Itsgia-
try work t epaeialty.
APPLICATION   FOK   LWL'OK   l.l
CENSE
I   NOTICE is hereby givin Iba' at 'U
\ lies t  siMiug ol Ihe  Ha.iri ,1 \k  re
t'ommissi.awrs   (or   the   District   4
North Vancouver, I, the undersigned,
| iutand t(, tpply lor a hotel lieente
I lor premise, situate on lot 6, Motk il,
III.. 666 (Dundarave) in the said Dis
trios of North Vaucuwvsr.
ANTHONY FAKKO,
Doted at North Vesjeouvsr,
May «lb, IWI. M
Local  Items
Fresh Fruits daily st the Grotto.
•I, Latitat tnd Nnrth  Loasduls
Fresh Cream at the Orotto, 25 cents
per pint.
Fresh    Iltititermilk    daily
Orotto, 6 cents per quart.
at   the
Do you know Ihe nverugu  value  of
occupied fm tn land ill II. C is U73.-I I,
First    l|ltnlity   I'd'   Cli'iilll,   whiihsille
and'retail at (he Orotto, '
Cnii.al I'.i.iilieiliood nf Carpenters
and .Ininors ol America. Local No.
1135. Headquarters lor both workmen seeking omplnyipont un I .-.nilno I
ora in asliiii, men, at Cunnnings' Store,
I..an alula- Avenue. Ilusiness agent's
hours Mm to 8.30 a.m. and 6 to 6.30
p.m.  .1. It. Tlniiii, bitiinoas agent, tf
Freeh Fruits daily ut the (initio.
District of North Vancouver.
Smart Roy Wnnloil, able to wrilo
shorthand ami accustomed to oOice
Wurk. Opportunity for m ine tin a pn
pil. Apply Diatrict Engineer's Office,
Eaplanatle, Norlh Vancouver.
Dir you know lhal Itritidi Columbia
ia larger thill the British l-les. Din
ni.ul.. Switzerland nnd Italy com
biniil a'
CHURCH NOTICES
NOBTH VANCOUVER
St. Andrew's Presbyterian Churoh,
iilh street, Services : Homme, worship
11 a.m., evening worabip t.30 p.m.,
Sunduy School 2.30 p.m., Minister's
lliblu Class 2.:t0 p.m., Y.P.S.C.E. Tuesday evening 8 o'clock, prayer m.i'tin.'
Haslll.     a|.a )      UtOllillg     8    O'c'OCl-. "ibid
ii.-.sl. you ; voii mial (ind." KaV. lion
aid MacLeod, in n stair.
Ilaptial Chiireh - Filth and St.
tieorge. .Services al 11 a.m. and 7.311
p.m. Sunduy School uud Dible Class
at 12.15 p.m. Prayer and praise ter-,
vice Wednesday at 8 p.m. Pastor, Bev.
A.     .1.     I'laa        a   |   .      'l.d     ad  la  I   |      ,.vl.
Methodist Chin eh, corner ol Sixth
struet snd St. George's Avenue
Sunday preu.bing %ct vices tt 11.00 a.
in. and 7.30 p.m., Sunday School an
I'lid. t la-- ut 2.30 p.m., Senior I cu
gue on Monday evening tl 8.00 p.m.,
prayer and praise service on Wednesday evening al 8.00, Junior league
service on Thursday afternoon at 3.30.
A cordial welcome is exlended to all
10 attend these services. Pastor, W.
C. Scblichler, residence, corner rieith
Koad nnd Si. Andrew's.
St. John Ihe Evangelist, Blh and
Lllh streets; Holy communion, 8 a.m.
in. iniii prayer, II a in. ; evening prayer, 7.311 p in. On the lirst Sunday in
the monlli there will Ik a    el co-
I. -I ua lion   ol the holy communion   at
11 a.m.   Hector, Kev. Hugh Hooper.
St. Agnes Church, Itoulevtid—Vicar,
Bev. I E. li... - 7.3ti p ,». evensong
every Sunday ; 11 a.m. iiolv Communion, 2nd Sunday ol every month.
The Solvation Army-S. A. Hall,
Lonsdale Avenue. Sunday — 11 a.
in., ,holiness meeting ; 3 pn,,
children's itti.lin. ; 7.16 p.m.,
salvation mealing : I u.aday, 8 p.m.,
holiness meeting ; Wodui'sdny, 4 p.m.,
children's meeting ; Thureduy, S p.m.,
salvation meeling. ('ujitnin D,ugla
will visit any who ure sick or iu dis-
11 ess at any lime.
Si. I -.bu..n.l '■■ Culliolic Cburcb, Ma-
hoa Avenue; SutlHays Mas 111.30 a.
in., Sunduy School 2 311 p.m., Hosary
Benediction and Sermon 7.30 p.m.
Indian Catholic Church ol Si.
Paul's. Mass, 7.80 a.in. Sundays, Pastor, Kev.  E. I'eytaviu, OKI.
NOBTH LONSDALE
North Lonsdale Presbyterian Churdi
-Worship,  Sundays,  7.30  | m , Sunday School, 2.30 p.m.   It.  Van Muiti-
ater, M.A., poalor.
Si. Thomas, Norlh tansdale—Vicar,
Bav. T. E. Bowe. 6 a.m., every Sunday except 1st Sunday in month ; 8.30
a.m.. 1st Sunday in month ; II t.m,
Matin Litany and sermon, 2nd and Ith
Sunduy; II um., Holy Couimuiion
and sermon, 1st and 3id Sundaya.
LYNN VALLEY
Lynn Valley   Presbyterian   ChurHi -
THU HOUStWIFE       THU HOUMWIFI
miuZZSirm. «JMNl£wlDro
Old-F«triion«d Dy*t
Often W«h Out
Raiinbow Dye» are Fast
jlSmmh
^JOB_______
ONEDYEFORAIXrAMIGS
mo caocnnc MorouoN
iWpsnVfO NOAOB
mat Am*} wopot
A*t»fm*aemWmtCdtrCmid
u. 8. Mcdowell
U. B. WJU)MMfJN-«, It), l&i sious
Mitnstor, M.A., pastor.
Lynn Valley Meihudist Cburch-Sor-
vioe every Sunday evening in the new
church at 1 o'clock, < buries Fake-
ley, pastor In charge.
St. Clement's, Lynn ftlley-Vlott,
Kev. T. E. Bowe. Assistant Priest,
Bev. II. D. llaslom, li.A. 7.80 p.m.,
ovensong, ovary Sundoy: 11 tin.
holy communion, 1st Sunday ol every
month.
T|iu cars ol the It. C. E|. By. Co.
titirried over 0,000 passing!re on Si u
day, while tlto boats of lho furry II t
inritpled over 12,000 fares.
Do you know ihut Ihe total mineral
production ol British Columbia is 3'16
millions 'I
Census Taking History
The following historical sketch nl
the ciihIoni ol census Inking will be ol
interest in view nl Ihe noar approach
ol llie .Ic.-.-nniiil census ol the Doin n
ion ; '
Census Inking is a practice ol great
ui|liquity going back I,, 3,000 or t,0nl|
years II.C in Dubylonia, China mil
Egypt. In uie nnl Koine, whence w.
obtained the wont "census" lite cam-
iiiuiutiiiti was minule mid full, eon-
priaing Iliu tninilieis mul respsellvg
classes of alt free persons tind th ii
relation In the bad ol Ihe huilse.
Slaves wei, also coiinlid and luiidu.l
properly was classilieil according lo ita
character mid produce. 'Ihe Horn in
I'limUH wus qiiin.pienniul (rom 13:"i 11.
C. to the sucking ot the city ill A.I).
III).
Amongst the Israelites uii enumeration o( Ihe people wns iniitle In the
wilderness 13 months uflcr quittin-
Egypl, uml Ihe lirsl cliapler of the
Hook of Numbers describes air n e
litems under which Moses and Anion
us chief eoiiimiss'oiicrs were assisted
by 12 cttiiiiierulors, one fm- oach tribe,
fid,in the results of this emus Wo
learn thul lite population ul warriors
Irom 20 yours old mid upwuida was
tilli,6hll, Irom which figures we may.es-
lironte—assuming an nvcruge ol live
.1. p.-n.I.-ni • upon each warrior—thai
the'total pupiiiation al ihr lime ol
the esodus was upwards of 3,000,0011.
ii.in,..', enumerations weie strictly
tribal uml Jewish custom wua respeot-
isl by the lb,minis in ihe dsoree of
Caesar Augustus thnt nil th- world
should lie taxed (or suroUsd), wlun i
Ptlsstlne, "all wntl to be Inxol,
everyone into his own rily."   .
Passing over lite mediaeval upiiric
oi I'lnirietnagne and William the C n
qttcror we come to lho gradual neii
I ul ion, iu modern limes, ol peri. il.. a
censuses. To Canada, it is state I, I e
longs the main ul linlding llilhis
nf these, us u census wis lukui iu
(JiiisIh'uj ns early as Hili5. Swid n
look a census in 1710.
The Iii .-i ocnsiis bill in I'.ngli nd « •
introduced on Murch 30, 1763, but
faileal lo puss owing to popular p e
jn.hrc. apparently basui up n fin
li.. ef eX|H'rieuce of ihe divine wr-ilh
in hia numbering ol the children ol
Israel. The parliament my objection i
llnil r.iisial read cinioiislv imtlghniW.
One member siiid be "did n il believe
thai llierij-nas any set o' nun ur in-
dud any individual of Ihe human  pe
CICS  Sll    ,la,all.I.ill,.I   US  III   lllllkl'   HlCpiO'
posal.   lie held Ihis ptnject   lo btln
tally subversive of the Insl  reinains of
English liberty.
A census enumeration is nsuully el-
fecled upon one ul Iwo principles ; il
may lw.either th' jura or dc facto ; I,.
Ihe loriner system the people are i.
count i.i a. ending to dominie wlte, lit
actually proeenl or nol at the limeol
I'liuineralion, nluic'is in n dc ftulo
■ .-ii-ii- only thus.- acliiiilly pres.'llt in
a given place at a given lime etc
a-niini.al The lirsl llritish .emus was
luken in Nil. und il has lain .lec'ii
nod suae thai dale. Ip I,, ilu-|..
fill   cnih   ivusiis   Im.  Iwu   lite  subj-i-l
II. l.fcttliiiltt
Kxprrt on Fireplaces and all
classes of Brickwork
All Work Guaranteed
Corner Fifteenth St. sod M.boa Ave
E. DOWIC
Contractor and huilpkr
Plant, Specifications, Kstimates
1'. 0. Boa >7a North Vancouver
COAST DISTKICT. KANCF, 1
TAKE NOTK E (Jut tbe Vancouver
Timber k Trading Company, Limned,
Inlands to apply for permission to
purchase ihs follow ng dee ri el lauds:
t'ommencjag at a post pl.nled nttbe
Nurthwe«i cinei ol Lot IS', ihsa,
running soulb 20 chains, lb n s west
80 chains, thence north 28.00 Jhiim,
thence east NO chains, lluas s.,>'lh
8.09 dioina to plaes of roinmcnonn.nt.
VAN(2)l!VEK TIMHEB k ill Ml
(NO CO. LTD,,
W. I). VAIOHAN, Agent,
Dated April 10th, 12)1,        ,      12-7
"IMPERIAL"
.1 iiii .   Tfilffl'SSS.^
||I The name "lm-|
Tl perial" stamped;
on Garden Hope u a
guarantee ol Quality.
We are sold agciats
lor Nurth Vaicouvtr,
(or ihis brand of note,
have handled same for
yrarf, antl grantee
eveTy fool.
Lawiii'tink.
When buy'if I!°'c>
insist tm ge.tliu the
best.    Lawu
lets, Noia e
Heels   ol   fie
t|iialityal\va)iii
Paine & McMilim
The Hardware Specialists Phone I
First Street and Lonsdale Aienue
McMillan's for money
A FEW OF OUK PIllCKS-t OMI'AHE  THEN WI Ul   \'-V.
Sugar, granulated, IS lb. sack ...91.00 Canind Emits, deliciils l. dilomia
Tea, McMillan's .) lb. lor  |l.0tl        I'cart,   Peaches,
linking Powder, Coledyke I'i  n.l lluspbcrries, per
f"H 10 o/.. tin  lfic. phUes, iin.j English
Coffee- wliiilo roast   , ltd freshly bill lie 	
ground, per lb 2fic. Ilnller, Irosh mail
Ham, fancy sugar ruled  per ill....20c ]      ■'■ lbs	
J. A. & M. McMIliAN
-Phone 2C-
ol a special act ul parliain.nl . .1 •
taken on the dc f.-.-i., syilcin, un I Hi
censua of the pivs.nl yoar siiiulii I -
record every |«r.on Iii tig on the nighl
of Sunday, April 2. ll.ll.eriu ll.ili.l
,-cnois,.s Iniii. been limit,d lo sjuple
einiiniiiiilioiis ol the peo|ile by mc.ills
ol a single s.'hailuli' bin the I ona.is
of Pi'iidmliun Act P.ssi providea fm
the taking by th' Hoard of h.d. ..I
n periodical e. nails uf priaiueiiou. .-ill
ihe first census uiiilii thi- act *na
luken in I'Jn." ill rcapis'l of. Ihe ,. ,n
l!SI7.
In ihu new Commonwoallll ul \uil
I ratio the first fi.lernl cdisu. vviis l.i«
en on April II Insl on the sumc j.lie.
ul principle us lll.it of ihe in ui;
coiinliy, but n new ili-fiartiiic in t-
sjaicl of method ii.i- ni.ide ,,v it,, id
option of personal uud housch il fer's
curds inaleud of srhcdtlh*. \ ciud is
n.piireal lo lu- lilhal up lot ev.-v pet-
sou nnd lor evety h .iisehuel • • i I.
(urlller lire enll.cli.l all the ilaual |al-
lieiilurs nud i n the l.illei the t. '.n.
of the liuildin.' and a siimniniy "ia,.
members of the household Ir se\ III.
card system is also iidupi.vl in Hint
European countries.
Mr. li. II. Ei.il.bi, C.M.ii, V.titi.,
in n piiinplhet .ulill.d "Notes on lb'
First Commonwealth i'iB<u«," wm
lions, aa showing the dtllii'il'v in
dralling ubsolutely unambiguous i|ilos-
tiona, that ul llie lust c.g.ua iAv.nl
fill Aitslralia u reply reeeivol lo II"
.piesiion, "I*ngi1i of rosidence; if,tot
Ijuiii in Western Australia, stale Im III
ol .reshleticc therein," wns, "i>i fui
hiill-bhick," while iu eoy'frtl t.'hel
cases the "Imglh ol rosidsUfo" »a-
siat.al  I,, ic t',v\ evidently i.I.i,in
li, a  lent   of I In—.- illli.ri-aoi"
On llie European coiiliin-nl lie . ll
sits has nil important relaliou ol null
Inry conscription; il is geita'r.illj
both th' jure nnd ti.' fu'i.,. illll u
being recorded nl their usual bullies
and also as lemputury nslileiils ils,
where,   the   Iv.
wnrds t'l.utpu;   I , it
jiisltut'lils ii, id.
anius   l|us   !,i n
|s7li, Ihe .hen r,i
;!,!il',|IIIUI|!    llll,iv
li,■ h ni i num. i'a
npua the hu'iii no
lu'ine  is  di.idiii
ii- .,f I'Ji inhabit
let f.u every I,(ID
icpiircd inliiriniit
an imlil id ml , I
dule ; the former
(air cveiy   |s'i>oii
IlllllS, I   p.U!     I ll f
an
Ills   being     111 .;l
ihe iieecsanri  . il
riitiCc, where ih
n a. tin al    sn <-
d     s tin of !o  11
llllll  of  ill. v.nk.
ll  and  lobulation
dies    Eacb coin-
ennui rnl ion i it
-, wilh ii riinlto'-
llllail.i'nil'-        Hi
Caa'l... I    d    ll|l  'll
HIS   hold      sail.'
be lillisl    up
inc'ml n j in-
li   .1   - li dule
e   recorded  pej. tlm ■   cnecrning
the niembers ol Uhousehold prism',
thine nb.-'iit. .nil.mi iinrj   r.sidenla
-I'll as liiiv.ll.ris. Ili.-is,   aiiidon s
Hi      Altilsi lllcrl uul   12   orms    ure
us.-il for tlie cul upon .i.i.'I. I aim
bilious nnil ri-tiil' ."V liia'le by ill,
mayors uf a-.,,inil..'- f..r ii„iisuiisa.ui.
In ihe prtfeet. J.leparimin'i-andb
'the laaltaijfan- u'Jaiil.  Ii, nsini.-aiiin t.
| tin- d,ptiflnii'iil I labor in  I nris.   In
I Itelgium ilhe   aliuisirupvi'   ana. e
tinills   Ic   ll... I'--nn u    census    ure
aomrwhil    silllll   b'd    lie     pi ll iple
-a-hed il.Jree.,1,111 ii,nns.     In   ILr-
mnny, Jhete itfceunii is . uinipnn
uin', ail in  yatii.i aline It i, deaen
uiul.  II   bit/ ij .n uiiariiiiuii devolves lal-li   |/"li |ir.i|i ru  owners   if,'
llieir sniii,
a   de<6t'nial
ia Lilac,, sine,. 17'JU jn the
'   d    ,1 ...I   .    III. l'»2coil
iiii   ul asiablishin; a |)il-s
li    - ''I".', while in    ItWil
I Ibal a Ci mm ol live slock
and   nl 'ill 'ii.   ih ui d b    taken    in
I'.llo  J i- en   i,.,, j art   ih.rciiller.
Ila/I a ji  'It    u.lli illlenliin   |- |,,.»,,l-
liilionl I'"- uTiipon the populatiuii
,,. „«|l, ucl t eiuh ..„..,., ,,,)) Una
Iml. |ii olh I p..ia; eund.liol.s,
ne.s«i|.s aila.pi on ,,f (lu tie    jure
SVsll'l
——
f
TSN'T there a floor or other podwork about
■*■ your bouse that would lo lots better
if freshened up with a little gd paint?
Vou could do the job yourself witb U
la s wsy yeu'd be proud of, tt s cost
fcw aUsass.   For every cent'e wortb.
ptial you'll gel t aollsr'i wortb of
atatlefaclion -U ye* an psrtkultr
togst M-LIMapIa Utf||PlinL
For dis Sews get
Floor Paint,"
P
M-L
aint
DlKir.lr
flu Va: r,,i.i
Kecommendd
isi.iSi m •••Ur
>.l.a..lblf,
tola... v. I, m.u
laS ila... i liul! i—i
.o aich p.in_|. »«S—
bfUol^l   prit.ii, inajtiMf
isHie. lu lossu ibu tmumimi.
Mai. I. ImIj-m.u Mini Mat
111., .11 uaa,    (oMoaljUlb
'■t*Csls.Ce,u/,ftsses
."> aual ccaliii, utltdull, wilh III
tuatua S.ail.,r, SuiMi, wuSataat-
»./, taiOMlul, fH
»old by
*>•
• *\
BUELL BROS, AU Temple Building

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