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EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY POLICY
^ AJJKCiSED BY CITY COUNCIL
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BIOB LAKE OTOAUOWI
The regular meut'iiig'nf Ihe city cuuu-
cil was held laat eV«u||Wwith Aid.
Dick tlie only ahsentoe.    ^^v      •'
The correspondence was especially
light, rotysequantly the ineeling wae
not a lengthy one. Mayor McNeish
presided.
Mrs. Win. Meale aikad for an arc
light at the curner of ISth and Bldge-
■ way. This was replied tp hy Aid. Irwln who aaid the light would he Installed  immediately.
The deputy minister of public werkt
in I'nnv. luil;-.ui   lln   city's   iciplcst   for a
dredge ou I., hull pf tiie Ferry I'em
pany. Thc mayor elated that the Ferry Coilipauy had hail a reply from Mr.
Htevens, Ml', iu the negative and the
company was going to try and gel an
othor drudge tu lake lhe phu'c of the
" Mi."iinli,a " asked for.
Ilr. Nun'ninlii' ami Merlin submit-
lml a slutcuieiil amounting to ♦ llil! for
Iri'iiliiiciil ol' cases of civic employees.
K. Cetcrsiiu's account wai put in aa-
I araii'l.v for i'i2. Thoy were referred
to the health committee.
Messrs. il. 0, MrOregor submitted a
statement iu respect to thc Oily Km
pl.i.vee»' Liability insurance pulicy. A
wuek ugo iilee-ii lliu couucil was consid-
ering cancelling the pulicy it was left
uver for n week In order liiat t state
in. in should he got from 1). 11. Ue-
Hrugor showing what lhe difference iu
the cosl, if any, would he if the policy
was cami'llcil uuw or lei ruu to expire-
liun April Isl. The answer received
was as follows:
"That llee total earned premium, according to .hi,.in nn "li" if policy ileum i-lli-'l hy you amounts aproxiuialc-
ly ?\.-""i The earned promium calculate! pro rata amounts to abuut 17,700
making a difference, of 11,100. The
writer atatcd lhal Ihis would represent
an evpi-ii.uniii- of over (oll,noo fer
ll".ii'i oi v. i-i i.~ ami ultIinni;lyiln> cor
luiiiii nni wouhl lieiniii consiileralily iu
"llliu iiuiiii', of premium iu hand by
um'-Million uf the policy. Now, uc
Wished In poiul out very clearly that
,  ,l^ele-n.,   (lie   i' X | I'll 111111, e   illl||llg   til.   llCkl
<3 Infi^L nionllis would greally exceed
*jii,iitl\,iiiie elliiliiiii of of Hie policy al
Ihia jus. lure would bo In lhe cily 'a
ilirailva/ltagc.
Aid. |'i.i 11 declared Ihere must be
some mistake. He did not think Ihere
was any policy in existence that would
cost moro lo cancel it nine months
than for ils full continuance. To deter-
mlno clearly lhe pusitiuu of affairs in
tbis respect, Hie mayor appointed Aid.
. I
Freser'end Mc||»e,a committee to investigate it,
Aiiutiii'r communication was received
ftoro II, tl. McQrepor A da. eapellning
surprise at the attitude taken at last
week's council meeting ra accident te
Win. Hpciicc which led almost te a de
termination to cancel the policy. It
waa stated tbat the uuly point at ieaue
waa whether or nut the city waa re-
sponsible. Thuy had advised (bat the
city had uo legal liability and wllh
Mr. Hpi'iice thinking lhat he had a case
they (the company) weru prepared lo
carry out tbeir contract with tlie city
by defending tb* case at Iheir own ex
pebse. '   \ .
A letter in the same regard waa re
reived from the city lelicitnr ilating
ihut according to H 0, Mcdregur k
tin'l. letter the city was nol liable ami
ue ini iliuiilv Hie Insurance
bound to iiinii' i Hn- .uv
per the policy. Tho city
ever, be desirous of arli
oua miinii.er towards Mr. Hp
said, in which case lhe Insurance L'u
could not he looked lu lo pay tiie cli*rg
es Incurred. V
The engineer submitted a plan a ml
epeciliculious fur thl grading of Keilb.
CHOICE OF CITY HALL SITE
DEFERRED UNTIL THURSDAY
FUBTHBB OFFBBB TO BB BB0BJ.V-
AND OONHIDEBED IK THB
INTERIM
Y'uh kid. I
hail alreaely
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Hon of their coiilrac
estimaicdVi frpm lit)
the ii|iiiei.-.i niiliniiiiiil
rotd from 'Uew ick* s venue weileny lo]^"1 »',e» finpiA he considered llrsl
the city  limits or    la.Ku.v   ronl.   II
was resulvi'.l to go ih.-'l with the wurk
hy advertising it.- /
Messrs. Limlburg uml l.nnl maiie \u
olfi'r  ef $1.50—♦201)' for  the  rumple
iiii'l  on  Keith road
lii) to 7.1 cubic yards.
Il|.'llel'„l "Ulllilll liul   U|'|'l,iMIII,'ilulv   |0
invar ibe '"" laltef amounts.
It was referred lo the Board of
Workj.
The N. V. City FerriesV.'o. gave no
(ire of a meeting of Ihe shareholders
of the company on January ilml fur the
purpuse of receiving the auditor.-.' report to the shareholders and lhe balance
sheet for the past fiscal year.
Aid. Mrliiii' moved thai a plebiscite
be taken al the general election on ail-
iiniiiii," li I,. 212 within the city limits on i niieliiinii only that the uwu6rs
be paid fer street and lane clearing
anil aieo that all streer*end rights lie
ininiil over lo Ihe city. The motion
patted with Aid. Irwin seconding it.
Ile pointed out that as Ihe ilistricl lul
waa under provincial regulations theru
would be nu charges against it.
i'nder the heading oftin'|uirjes Aid.
Eoieiiian aaked for a full detailed re
purt ou thu linn' Luke tuunel and r»
servoir scheme to lhe end of the year.
The engineer was instrucled to prepare
this.
iu respect lo the annual statement
Ibe mayor said the treasurer was pre
pared tu give information lo a..y of
the aliliTinan lor hia use at the annual ratepayers meeling.
Continued en page 8
District Money By-laws
«     Passed by Small Vote
ELECTORATE APPBOVB BXPBNDI-
TUBE ON WATEBWOEKB AMP
A    , / SCHOOL BITB8
Halurday's polling on ibe district
iiinni'y bylaws was remarkable for lit
amaliness. Twu bylaws aggregating
4100,000 weru passed on Ihe voting of
sixty four.raleptyera. Oue by-law waa
|o raiae $011,000 for waterworks purpuses in the Lynn Valley section, and
tins wu passed with a vote of dl to
" (he second liy law wat for icbool.
purposes, $10,000, ind wai pawed witb
a vote of Dii to 12. The waterworki
by-law ia for the purpose ef establish
ing a system for supplying water to
lbe higher levels in I.ynu Valley while
llie school hy lew ii for lha purchase of
additional Ichool allee. The polling
wae ae follows:
Waterworks by-law—Lynn Vallty, 3$
if, II agajrfl; North I/oned'ala, lb for;
Capilano, I for.
Bchoellyl|w-I.ynn Valley, 92 for,
t again*/ Norlh Lonadale, 16 for; Cap
ilano, tmlor, I against.
. Edmund's Social
a Great Success
Th* l«rliei of Ht. Edmund'e church
I'liiorfaincil at a mosl enjoyable social
ami dance it Iht llorllcull.rtl Hill
lest nigbt. Ths 'nail wu crowded ind
ibout flfly coupjaa teak tb* door asd
•ed th* light fentutic to th*
at yeed matfi, ft Wl* many »f
tbt otber giwt* took stats at tk*
various whist tables and competed for
the valuable prizes offered, ninl a large
iiiiii.ilier preferred silling around watch
ipg the dancing.
A very nice lunch supper was serv
eel iu the outer room and spoke volume* for Ihc catering of thc ladies oi
the church [gmlriillec who were untiring iu Ibea efforts throughout tbe uight
to see that caNt one enjoyed themselves
to Ihe fullest oi.nl ami indeed the
ladies aro tu he congratulated upeu the
successful w*y iu whieb rhey succeeded in their effurts'*- After upper Ma
yor McNeiih made a iheR'SH4c|| after
which dancing was resumed ami kept
up until lha small huurs of lb* morn
111 pursuance of an arrangement made
et the last regular mooting of the
council, lbe city fathers mut spiiriully
yeslenluy afternoon In order In consider further the choice of a city ball
eile. Aid. Fruser was the unly absentee.
At the nui-u-i Aid. Dick i.u uil the
i|uestinii us tu whether it wus llic council ':• iiii ini iiiii |u <li Iiiui eel i select llll
their uwn accord a sile from those submitted ami I'ousiilereil or whelher thuy
purpused making llm mutter llui subject of a fl' i i ' ii
After some discussion on general liuu*
the alderman framed his query inlo a
iiioiion lo Hie oii' ■ i thai llio question
he pul lo a plebiscite ami thai the
schuul sile be one of the situs recommended to the people, lugelher with one
other as uiiglil be arranged iu a Iniini'
iiioiiuii
Aid. Foreman luuk exception lo Ibis
ou lhe grounds thai there were Iwo
motions embodied.
The muyor suggested Ijiul the differ
lo
Hick Contended thul this
been ■loin1.
"We arc here," said Alilcnnuii Irwiu, "to gel the best possilde sile for
Ihis puriiose. If any additional offer
has conn? iu I propose Ihul il should
lie read."
The mayor announced thul one ad-
■ liiional offer had 'eome in and Ihis,
road hy llic clurk, proved i, |,c from
A. O. Cooper, who submitted hits - umi
ll, bluck iio, ll. I,, ills, overlooking
Victoria l.'ark. Thin was offered for
$10,000.
The aldermen Ibeu procecdi'd In ex
preas different opinions as lo what ex
aclly "Iiiiii lie done llm I or lhc cirrutn
stances, iniiili Ani Irwiu moved to
the effort (hul tbe ineeling *liiiuli| cou
'siilcr the ijuestion ami submit u reciiui
iiii'iieiiiiimi in the regular ineetiijg ef
the iniiii'ii tb* same evening.
Aid. Hick declared that hu woultl ills-
favor Hie idea uf getting into the question with en* alderman absent frum
the meeting. The mayur, huwevef, remarked that it was impossible for the
matter to be held up thruugh tbu absence of ouo alderman. Notices of the
mooting hail been sent lo each member
iiiui it was impossible tp drag an abler
inuii in the city hall. Ilis Wurship con
siilercl thai the mailer should uul.be
referred by (he present cuuucil to any
oilier council. "We ani i|uite cuinpo-
luul tu deal with lhe i|uesliun," said
lhe mayur.
AMI. Irwiu tin n moved that the limo
I'ur receiving tiffurs he extended until
Tliursilay licit.
Aid. Hick was iu agreement wilh
Ibis suggestion. The council might In
see above all- tilings lhat the lies! site
was secured fur the city hall. "II
.ininiil be remembered," Hie aiilcruian
said, "that we did uot call for bills
iii litis matter iu thc onliuary manner
III   calling   f0f   lenders.     Thole   was   uo
nm le islam lin;: I,ml wo were to accept
llie lowest ii mlu siilnnitlcil. There
was nu understanding thai wr weru to
accept the lowest lender submitted.
There has linen sume idea abroad lhal
we were guing lo accept uue hid ami
lhal one was lo he one of the Ihose
siiliinilic'l lo us recently. I am hi favor uf considering any further offers
that are forthcoming."
Aid. Foreman expressed the view
that at uuy rale the council shoulil got
down lu business uml not dilly dully
with lhe I- -.in,i, He agreed with the
muyor lhat Hie mailer shoulil be selll
cil by lhc present council.
Aid. Dick .lis. laime.i any responsibility fur Hie deity* thai heel oc
curled.
.ll wu* hiniiii divided, nu Aid Irwin's
mnl inn, lliul Hie lime fur receiving
offer* lie exli'iidcil uud advertised, ami
thai the couucil meet on Thursday uexl
ul four o'clock lo reach some llnul de
. isiuii iu lhe mutter.
CITY ENGINEER ADVISES
EXTENSION OF SEWER SYSTEM
BEOOMMBKDATIOH    WIM    B9
DEALT WITH BY COMIKU
OOUNOIL '
Thc city engineer, Mr. Angus Hiuith,
in a rupurl submitted to the council
last evening, advised the extensiou uf
the sanitary suwur system in ell direc
tiuu* undor locul iui|iroviiiminl.
The cosl of the proposed extensions is
cslitiiuled ut $1111,0110 it lateral huuse
cuiiiiecliuiiH from struct mains aru uul
c-ulirsleliT.-il ur twice lhal iiiiiiiiiii if Ihey
shuuhl Iiu.
Tlio engineer rivoinroouilDil the construction of Hie work iii.llic following
seel inns—Fourth street, Porbee tp Bl.
Andrews, ■*"Jii,iiiiO| Fifth street, Forbes
to Hi. Ueurge, $17,000; Sixth street,
.Forbes to Ut. Ueurge, $19,000; Seventh
streut, Lonsdale uvenue to St. Qeorge,
$1,1011; Ten ill streot, Oth to Itidgivuy,
$8,000; Klei.'uih avenue, Lonsdsle to
tiiilgway, i .,,500; Twelfth street, i.uu*-.
dale lo Mt. Ueurge, $4,000; Thirteenth
street, Highlit lo Lousdale, $6,200; Flf-
t.'.-iiih stroot, I'lii'i-ii'ili.'l.l to l.nuadali',
t'l,nlll); Nineteenth stroet, Lunedale to
St. Andrews, $7,000; Mahon avenue,
Fifteenth to Seventeenth, tii/mo.
Thu cily cuniniui'.-, recommendation
was referreil lu the incoming cimucil.
A. 0. PBBBY
Candidate for Be Blectlou aa School
TruaUa
\.
'. Donald Campbell made au auli
lout' matter ef ceremonies. II is hop
ed that tbt committte will he aide to
preient Father Mellaril with * goodly
sixad cheque, th* precwdi of the etle
of ticket* which will be placed lo the
credit  ef lb* church  fundi-
Installation of Officers
Tli»follow|ng oDctrs were installed
in Hurrah! Lodge, No. DO, A.F. tud A.
ty.,Lt Halurday eveuiug by B. W. Pre.
I. J; Miller: W.M, Hru. I. A. McMil-
tap; li. W, Bro. A. B* Hillings; J.W.,
B|f«. t. W. Fugler; treuurer, Wor.
Bro. F. Wheeler; secretary, Bro. Ji. I..
Pen,; ILL'., Wor. Hro. W. L. Hoult; 0.
p., Ufa. f. Hutchison; J.D., Br*.' I. |,
P**r*j etotoja, Bev Br*. lLV»n Man-
Hay, etujWlst^^WMollilbedy;
I A, B». th Q. Coepet; S.8., Btp. »•
II. MeCtll; m, Btc\ P. UeUOfip) h
PU, Ww. B,\. K 9 Bennett; fylli, flit.
B. iiivii; tirHem, Wet. Bim- fl H-
Pilling and Ji B. Heenett.
/I
District Fathers and
B. I. T. & B. Company
OOUNOIL BNOOBSBS BUUOESTION
FOB JUVBNILE COUBT FOB
OBBATBB VANOOUVBB
' Al * Ihort ineeling last evening lhc
i'lisiri.'l council endorsed Mtgislrtle
McArlhur s sogggsliou for I Juvenile
Court for *ll Ui^ater Viucouver. An
i-niiniiiii of tbo tost of lhe niainlcii
ame it lo ho nliliiini'd I'o operalioii
with the olher municipalilies ii recom
mended to the lucoiniug council.
I'pigi the suugi'stion of lieeve May
tha district alae decided lo aik Ib*
lioanl ef directora of tho llurranl Inlel
Tunnel and Bridge Company fer delivery of ♦15,000 worth of shares immediately, thii beiug tan per ceut. of tbe
aggrtgate authorized for purchase in t
bylaw recently passed by lbe electorate, f
Service of Song
at St, Agnes'
St. Agnes' church-waa well filed on
Sunday evening when Hie service tosfc
tbe form of a cero| service of wing.
A     "shortened     rom    of    evening
prayer" was read by. the vicar mi iu
•te*d of a aeri»oa tbe choir rendered
tbe following program, every item ef
uiin li wu* good, bul lhe solos sang Ia
Mrs. Hi-Hull ami Mr. I'rudduck dcserir
special mention. The choir was under
Mr. II i Wright us conductor ami
Mr*. Fee a* organist, wilh Mr*. All,:n
son as the sulo accompanist
Hymn, "0 ('ume all ye Faithful,";
hymn, "ll came upon thu ini'diiipht
.hiu", I'lirnl "Carol sweetly carol";
solo, "Nigbl of .Niglil*,'' Mr*. Ilewetl;
Iiiu lud chnrua, "We tbree King*."
ti. Harris. II. lliu. buell, F. I'pbam;
liviuii, "The Firsl Noivell"; solo,
'"Lead Kindly Light," Mr. Craddork;
solo and  chorus,  "When  Christ   was
Horn,
her.Is
Mi. Fee
Watched "
h vuni,'
vesper.
'While .-hep
St. Paul's Scholars give
Capable Entertainment
The children of 81. I'a.it' schuul lu*l
evening provided a capilal entertain
llielll lo an appn-cialive audience. The
scholars throughout gave uumisiakalile
gyjdoiirt of careful coaching, which,
com blued wilh clever adaplahilily on
lliin own parts, resulted iu Iheiprcseu
taliun of,amusing playlets, well render
ml songs, instrumental ami band niusic,
uml ulher vcraalile feature*. The pro
gram way es follows: "Prise in Uer
mau Lottery," lillle comedy, by Iho
senior girls; "Off lo Klomlyke," mo
lion tiiiifl by the'senior hoys; "Uiii
ti-ring Dewilrops," piino duet, by Mas
ters Henry King and DavM Joseph
"Stills," ilrill song, by the boys
"Muinlii'iliiud Hhadow," by lhc junior
ilass (boys Lud girls); "Mr. Firiy's
Lodging House," a screaming farce, by
thc hoys; "The firaiidinaiumas' in
Uraiiiliua's laiml," hy lb* junior girls;
"The Tall Top Hat," action song, by
ibe junior bay*; New Year't drooling*
mil New Yeir'i Song, hy tbu pupils
of St. i'aul'i icbool.
Storm Was Lenient
to the North Shore
MANY CITIZENS  NEVERTHELESS
HAD FBABB FOB SAFBTY OF
THEIR TENT HOMBB
The Norlb bhore wus not excused il*
share of the storm last cuoning. He
scribed us the worst of years, Iho bur j
ricanc swept ihrculcinogly uver city
uiiil districts, but seemed ul the sume
time lo entertain u somewhat greuler
respect I'or tuis side of lliu Inlel than
for other regious, for while reports ure
to luiiul from ail neighboring ipiurlcr*
uf plstoglsss windows smashed, umbrellas mmm) uml electric wire* rent
n .ii i.i. lillle else bus li..:: reported
lenully iill,or tli,in doubl* uml fcurs a*
lu ilm sufcly of tenement! ami the
iiiciiiivi-uieiii-e expi'rii'ini;ii by those re
liiriuii". home lute
11 is, Imu ni er, rumored Ihul ouo ur
Iwu resident* iu exposed sections have
had iheir window* iilov.ii in, in ail'li
lion to limliiig siiiiv shingles iu liictr
back gardona. Iiuc cilizeii *lale* Iluu
on bis way home lie wu* allocked ny
such a Iri'iiiciiiliiu* uprising uf wiml
thll he was ctiiiipcllcel, uguinsl his will,
lu run a whole block, finishing, -nil
agaiusl his will, iu a Ireiich on bt,
Daviil'.- in i'iiiii'. Nul Ihi' leasl nli
jcolionulilo feature of Ihe storm was lbe
■ Iron, lung ruin which bcul pcr*ialeiilly
down throughout.
N.V. Hockey Team at
Top of Two Leagues
DEFEATED   BUBNABY   AT   NEW
WE8TMINSTEB BATUBDAY
The  Norlh   Vuucuuver hockey  leiun
iisiiiel  New Wisliiiinslir on Saturday
lhe ({uvea's I'urk  griiuiiil  cu
n a suceetsful mulch wilh Ilul
llespile llie absence of it* *ki|
il.   iluylls. wlm is  inii   np  Willi
Inn lured utikle. the local pluy
■I
lhc mulch scheduled fur this ovening
between Niw Weslniinslor and Vicloriu, hut tho If oi aC rink will not ha
ready for another week. Tliu match
will accordingly lie held ovor uniil the
ico is ready,
The li,iini'ii,- huve finished on the
shurl cml uf the, score in each of tbe
Iwo matches which Hiuy. have ployed
Ibis season owing chiefly to lack of
practice. I'li'lul normal conditions
Ihere is nn iluulil ni Ihuir ability to
give a guud account of themselves and
Ihey may bo expected lo muke strenuous olTiirls in I urn the tide in thoir I'a
vour nu Saturday evening. .
Mr. D. MacLurg will
Contest Ward 6
In response in the approaches of a
deputation of voters iu Ward VI. in'
the ilislriet, Mr. D. Macl.urg bas agreed
to  eoiilosl   Ibal   ward   fur  cuuncillor
ship al (he coming elections.
Mr. .MacLurg ho* iluring tho pail
year lieen vice pri'si'lcnl of the Hey
niniir uiiil Nurth Arm Ratepayers' Also-
cialioii wilh lhc fnrmaliou of which
body he was prominently identified. He
wus also largely responsible for tho
inauguration of lhc ferry service be-
11.1en Vancouver ami Iho different
points east of lliu Hm mnl Narrows.
St. Andrew's Pres-
byterian Church
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\nt, Ti
,, hull;
ur* with MtTiiiiili uv fciitiv, 'lrf'-ui
tlii'tl Djijioiii'iii.- Itv ihrii' (.'i.ii- in mI
"lining Iwu (iimiti in (lir lirnl hull W
K. 'lurk in jimil <h'l Mini*' |/oo<l miuihI
wutk. Nrxi Hwiunluv I lir tram |.la>i
tltr 11 iniiinH'i< i.- mi Hm liotili'var
groiiiiil at three ■>'< lorlt.
Tli*' Norlli Vuuioijmt u^^ri'f/uiinii
un- nuw tbi.' loj» Unvtn in Imtli liui'kn
Itiiyuoi. (Jul uf nun' malrbi'* tlir)
huw wun I'ifflit unl ilrawii uur.
>lnirl Hi'rviii.1
li   lumurtuu
First Mayoral
Election Meeting
Friday Night
———
A NEW YEAR'S CAROL.
VaV. West Jesus, Holy Child,
MaktTheea bed, soft, undeli'd,
Wilhin my heart, .tint it may be
A quiet chamber Ittpt for Tbe*.
Uy heart tafj4ety joy doth leap,
My hps no mar's tan allele* beep,
I, toe, must sj/ig wltb joyful tongue
Tbit awealett ancient cfidle spag,
''tilery te 0*4 ia Higlic*; Heaven,
Whn uate nan Rli  Son   bath
give*,"
Wblla angels siug wilb,pious mirth
A glad New V*»r le ill tb* ciftu
-Martin l.ylbcr.
■■    ■*  »'«     i       e.
I)    BOHULTZ   WILL
ELEOTOB8 IN K. P
AIIIIHIiHH
HALL
Mr. S. li iSchulir'i campaign com
millee mel lasl eveuing in the com
millee rooms iu lbc Aberdeen block and
eiise usm'.I mul i.r,- generally III (•', Ul'i to
Ihe riimiiig mayoral contest.
II was deii'led Hut lllc llrsl "geu''
of (he campaign should be bred on l-'n
ilay niglil. January ilrd, when Mr
Sibiill/ aiiuouiii'i's lie will address thc
el.,1.,1- j'n die Kniglils of I'ylhius' Imll
at t o'flock. Au iiivllalioo is eitcnd
ed to other camiidales lo atfend. Thia
initial meeting will doubllesi bo ■
largely attended ouo.
Mr. Si-iiuli.'s i-oiiiiiiitlei' will' egaiu
meel on Thursday evening.
Champions vs.
Vancouver, Jan. 4
The neji fixture of Ihe season in the
I'acilii l.'oatl hockey terics will be played al Hie Arena, .Vancouver, on Halur
day, tba lib juat. ,,
It wae I'spci led that tba 'arena at
Haw WeitminiUr would be In sbtpo fer
will bo belli in the
i New Year's D»y)
ul eleven o'clock a.m. Mis- Jean ('lark
lull sing un appropriate solo.
ilie coiiimiiiiioii ol the Lord's Hup-
pei mil be observed noil Humlay at
lhe wording service.
llu Priiiay eveuiug al i p.m. a pro-
poralury sen in- mil be hold iu tbu
■ hun h when Ine llev. .1. W. Woodiidc
will preach tin' sermon. Al tbis ser
u.e il,e new members will i,e received.
Aller sen ice Ihi- new membera will
be i'iiiirliiiiie.1 by the ladies of lbe cou
grrgaliou.
News Items
Tin' death of Mrs. iiliu Hhaw from
pneumonia occurred early Ihis uionjin,
ul ihe lamily resilience, ooruer of Iiiih
slrect ami Hi. licorgc s avenue. The laic
Mrs. Hbuw was 111 years old and leaves
four children,,two p.,lis anil Iwo-'leugli
'':
Four individuals who failed lo differ
cnlialc belween New Year revelry ami
excessive iucbristion were uniled lo
appear before.Magistrate llugglcs yes
Urday morning. Three of ihem regret
led inability lo attend owing to prior
jVgugciiicnis ami forfeited their lmii.
Tlie remaining brace wure fined tbe
usuel.
The Indus „f i iipilanii leet eveuiug
gaiu a most successful koc.ial auil
iluuie iu lhe Capilano school, llespile
lhe iiicleuieiil wealhcr there wts a big
ami merry musler. I'a|iilal music hy
local musicians, delicious edibles, lirsl
class songs and recitations and enjoy
able .lain mg were fctluret of a very
memorable evening,
Tbe li.'iliii'iiy .lobbing Co,, whose
premises aro ou Hie corner of Fourth
ami I.onsdale, are adopting the cash
syslem in a declared endeavor to solve,
or help to solve, lhe high cent pf living. Tho Arm's own ciplanatieu of
Ihia system will be fouml olsowbcre In
tbie issue. The company Ip Ihe tie*
Year will bold an (Iteration caih sale,
all Ihc present stock having le b*
moved in order te nuke room for e*v
erel new departments now conleyplat',
ed.
N 1 Eslablishad 1817
Capital (paid up)   .   $16,000,000
Reicrve     ....   $10,000,000
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
m
Savings Bank Department
INTEREST PAID AT CURRENT RATES
North Vancouvar Branch: F. A. MACRAE,
Mt. Crown Bldg., lit Streot Manager
Championship
HOCKEY
Th* Fastest dame   In tb* World
WESTMINSTER at VANCOUVER
SATURDAY, JANUARY 4th, 8i30 P.M.
Prlca*: Entire Gallery, 60 ceuta, Beeervsd Beats: 11.00.
Seats on sale Thursday morning, January 2, at Godfrey's and Arena
MV.Dock&StorageCo.
LIMITED
FOR LUMP r*r\ A I
OR NUT     LUAL
20 Lonsdale Avenue   Phone 568
We Have Some Good Buys
in D. L 273. 274. 550.
See us il you have a house to rent, or if you want,to get
a house.
We have some lovely homes for sale.    .
I i inii'"- wanted.
NORTH VANCOUVER REAL ESTATE CO.
110 Eiplanade. Phone 227
K. C. BISS
J. A. WOODS
Must be Sold
Am instructed hy consignees to lell immediately
40 tons Choice Highland Table Potatoes, v«y
low price in 5-iark lols; 15 tons carrots, heels,
j.       20 Ions hay.   Apply R. W. Eaton, co.
North Shore Coal & Supply Co.
rii.iiiii iuh
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S, D, SCHULTZ
■Candidate (er Mayor,
To tbe Elector! ol the City ol
Nortb Vencouver:
As a . ui,.ii.iiii.■ for the mayoralty,
it muy inii  he i. ■ • lo suy Ihut my
rerun! ue u pioneer- resilient uf Nurlli
Vancouver eliould be un earnest of my
I'linm-iiiiiliiiiis ileslro th serve my follew
citizens in mii'ii manner iin muy best
promote their interests.
Identifying myself With Nnrlh Vun-
uonver in lHOil, ami allowing the faith,
which hue iii'ii'r lugged, hy i-li'uriug
three acres us a homo site ut u time
when even ordinary facilities of roads
ami Biili'wulks wuru wanting, uml having .I. iieieni no iiuuiiisiili'riilili' Iiiun iu
ilii< public inli'ri'bl, I muy claim some
uIn.i.- iii tli ii.iiii;- achieved liy those
/.euluiiu ii'ii.M'i.- who huve contributed
in Iho >i|iliuili|iug nf uur rily.
II cannot hu gaiimayi'd ihut North
Vancouver |iussos»ts superior uttrur
linns uml will ho looki-.l upou willi
ini'ri'using fuvur, uut unly by Ihe many
whu ruro fur u beautiful environment,
hut nlnu hy those who am seeking a
profitable field In iMigugi' in iiiuuiifuriur
iiig uml uther industries. With uur natural ailvuntiigi's rapidity ut settle
ment muy be safely estimated to lie
in proportion |o the meuiis which uru
lulu'ii lu provide Ihu accessories uf an
ul. iei liuie- community. Confronted, how
ever, with the lisrul liniitatioiu incidental iu a comparatively small population, it is essential that uur reieuucs
should Iiu liusliaiiilinl iu sin-h a way
thai Ihu substantial and i-iiiiliniiiiiis ilu
velopmeul uf lliu past fuw years sliuuiil
l,u maintained. Nurth Vancouvor must
keep |>aru with Ihu progressive suburban ninnii-ipalities tn lliu suntli. There
must he nu ulti'iupl tu cry "Hall"—a
steady and i-onaervativu udvaiu-u musl
Iiu made iii ull lliu departments of
municipal wurk.
With llie guul nf progress on pruduol
lines - in..-iiiuiii iu liuw, I will heartily
I'lulursu any inuasuru ilnsignuil lu iiiiru
dui'fi more economic uml efficient sur
vii-u ami iieuiiiee ui in any uf uur rivir
departineuls. Tliu ubovo imlii-aliiig Ihu
:.'. iiiiiii lines I wuulil follow, I will
uuw uil'IrusH inysulf as briefly as pus
silili' In u I'unsliloratiuii uf thu vuriuus
liraiu-lius uf iiiiiiiu i|iui wurk.
The poliey respecting slreels, ruuds
ami sidewalks introilueed uu u suien
liliu uml I'omprehensive plun hy Ihe
lllllll 10 l'l,um ils uf which I wus u IIIUIII
her, ami which hus beeu followed su
successfully hy the lull lii councils will
receive my endorsement. I'mlur lhat
policy ii. e i - uru boing cleared in re
giilur order willium discrimination frum
Ihu wulurfrunl In Ihu furthest boun
darius, ami al Ihu samu 'time ample
provision has heeu mado to meal the
iinni.- uf settlers wishing lu lAliid
homes iu remote sections.
I um in fuvur of permanent pave-
uu uiei un businuss streets, but du lint
criticise tliu pn -i.i council lur pulling
iu iiiiie uiiiuil ruads, hu.-li uuurse nt ae
liuu having been dictated liy restricted
burrowing puwors and the ilucussily ul
Immediately providing better muans of
communication.
Whilst  a member of the council  I
.-■eii i   data  proving  il   was  mure
economical fur lliu cily tn pruduce its
own crushed ruck than tu puruhase
same uml as a result nf- my Investigation, ami ou my motion, the council
resolved lu purchase machinery fur
road making
Health lieing lhc essential uf all well
governed communities, lhc uslcnsiiin of
SeWerage lo new runes will receive my
cordial support
I am iu favor of a muniri|iai gas
plant being installed whenever lhe
means uf the cily will alluw of a start
being made, the record of many ulher
cities showing thai municipal gas
plants can be operated inure erouomiral
ly than by private enmpaniee.
It should be the pride an much as
Ihe duty of everyone to lend active
support to our public scbool syslem,
aod it will bo my aim a* a native son
and public school boy of this province,
to do my best In aiding our schoul
beard in bringing our schools to the
highest poiut of efficiency, Health
and sturdinets are iioreiury for th*
battle of life, an.I our beys aud girls
should have physical as well as menial
training,   i'lay grounds equipped with
inu, lirst m .Minn vancuuver oii tim
Hoard uf Trade and in the cpuiii'il In
advocate the purchase of entire blocks
fnr school purposes and 1 have had the
gratification pf seeing my efforts cume
to fruition.
In luliliiiun tu participating iu the
prniunliuii of the cunipuny Ihut was
organised to compete wltb the olil
furry company, umi the luiiul fight that
unsiiiiii iiiun-un, ne clwiriwtn of tho II u-
nicipiii transportation committee, I devoted cnnsiilcriibhi I inie In the setth^.
menl of thu tonus upon which the ferry'■"
fruiii'liiue was acquired by tlie city,
und subsequently took part in thu discussion and adoption of thu nioiiiurun
iliini ami articles of associaliun of the
prciii'iil company. This Was a fnrwnnl
H|up,|u which tan he traced tlio major
part o\onr recout development. Any
clean i'ii im uuu thut may lend to ting
ment the rovonuoa uf the furry will
twelve my support.
Nurtli Vancuuvur, iucliidiug city ami
sister iiiiiiiu i[-:i1111.-.- to the cast uml
west, sliuiilil lie,made tliu muccu of uil
■ •i-i- i ■ Ust year, with tlio assist
uuee of Air. iiiu.Inin, 1 succpoilml iu
Inducing lliu government, tlirniigh o.ir
mciiilii'j-, Mr. I'iiii.-i I'uiiiiii. |u coiitri
butu 0:1,0(11) In thu in.piii' .-ii  nf lhe
Oapiiano luiui and iu tlio fut uru, whether elected ur nnt, my services will
ut uli times lm iiiiiiliilili- iu Improve the
iu ni; ie 'if communication lo tim many
pui'itt. ol umi,i. lieu in nur fumcil scenic
wonderland.
Folluwiug my iiiun - in thu iiuanl
uf Trade, I succeeded us a niomlier uf
tlio cuuucil in inducing |he II, (i. Kleclric to extend lhe buuu uf w Inlu tickets
tu llie patruiis nf uur electric linos, am!
I further iihl my besl in udviicating
■iiiiii appliances un cars und furrios.
ami succeeded iu amusing public upin
iuu iu ihu necessity of providing fou
<lcrs uml omurgency brakes for cars
uml iniilil iniini life Imals ami rails fur
tbe ferries. The safely of the Iran!
ling public will continue lo be one uf
my chief aims
I will use every effort tu expedite
the construction uf the Hccuml Nurruws
bridge uml wlll'also urge lhal Ihe 1'
O li lie com'pelleii tu build iis road
according lo the lernis uf llie agree
nielli
Kur tlie pust four years I have, both
privately ami publicly, udvueated the
establishment uf a civic centre, ami m.<
inure i.ieul situs can be prusi'iileil for
municipal, provincial ami federal buildings thuu the blinks surrounding Vic
toria I'urk Mr. Hlevens, M.I1. has gl I an
lhe assurance that if ihe clly takes
the initiative, he will employ his best
i-iiiiri.. lu ublaiu au appropriation for
the purchase uf a situ for tliu fc<iural
liiiililing constructed in liarmuuy with
the civic centre idea. Having such
decided views us tu tho advantages of
a civic centre, I strongly favor Ihc
new city hall being built un one uf tbe
squares facing Victoria 1'ark,
in -iiiiii.- of rendering services ou the
lines ami ielcus above expressed, I there
fore respectfully ask Ihu vole enl iu
lliicnic of the ratepayers iu py lie
half.
S. I). scmijT/.
i^v.
We, the undersigned committee, cn
■i.n.i- Hie above views expressed by uur
rauiliilate, Mr. H.hull/, ami would ask
uur fellow rulcpafcr* tu give Iheir vai
uoil assistance iu securing Ills elec
liun:
Committee Alderman <.', t. Pole
man, chairman; Mr. W. II. bhakrs
p' -en vice chairman; Mr. ,1. field-
house, seerelary j Aid. It. ('. Hiss, Kx
Alderman II. W Voung, |-)x Al.lerinau
K. A. Iriikmay, Messrs. K Heu
snaw, .1. A. McNuIr, O, A. McBaln,
■I. Midland, A. .1. Ilemlry, It. K. Mac
uuii,-Ii'i u A. M. Campbell, A. Neleun,
I). Hcnshaw, ('. H. Arnold, .los. fanner,
Alex. Marshall, I1. K, llumau, li I,.
Hademarher, K. Tarn, P. 1. Hladwln,
I'. Mi-lii,1,1,1,1, llu.... peers, A. J. Tyson,
J. II. Ilenshaw, ('arl W. (larlson, A. U,
Bailey, W. Kllingsworth.
NOBTH   VANOOUVBB   tfOBTIOUL
TUBAL  SOOIBTY  AND  i'AHM
EB8'    INSTITUTE
The iiiiiuiiil general meeling of this
society wili lie lu'l'l at the lloftlrul
lural Hail, l,iins>lalu avenue, Thursday,
the lllh January, Iillil, al 6 p.m.
ilAUOI.il BNOW,
11 lii :-.  i.i-.i
YOUE FOBTUHB IN VBAOOV
The following rhyme, which is Ibe
translation of au old Chinese le* song,
will prove useful iu reading teacup
fortunes:
(Inu leaf alone, alone you'll be;
Two together, tha priest you'll see;
Three in groups, your yrish you'll gain;
four, a I.-i ier from a laving swiin;
Five, good news tha'latter will bring;
Bii in a row, a aong you'll sing; '
Hevon together, great fortune walls
for you. . Bo say she teacup fates.
Tea leaves short aud tea leave* tail
Bring yi,   company great and small;
Tea leavi i many and dotted fee
Ara of bad lurk tbe sunst sign;
Tea leave* end clean tha rim,
Your eup ef joy o'erftowe the brim.
Are rendered mor* acceptable from tin tl*is9iWfbiiJit 99%
BBS our large linaa tf HouaefurnWHnn M4th»»tteHt*Mll» to Aluminum. Nickel and Oranltsware.
from now until Obrtrttna* w* till |lv* PMB to *v*ry person buytof
a atoye, rang* or Iwatw tay caab, thair elwtce of any oookintutttanall*
In ths stors, to the value of JO per cent, of the price of etove^urcliaaed,
provided the buyer ht In tlieir pottMMlon a copy of this ad. v
D. McNAIRNIE
<'i.
1KB BATWf A0TOBV HABDWABB
16th and Lonadal*
KQBTH VAITOO^VBB
Phona 363
Short Lessons in Household Economy
Are you using carbon lappa fur lighting1)
Pe you know that Tungsten lamps give three times the amount of
light obtained from a carbon lamp with the same consumption of
current?
Would It nol be advisable for you to eacure this Improved fonu of
lighting? /
After you have/considered tbe above queries visit our salesrooms and aak
tha lauip coiintJr clerk te demonstrate the difference between the Tuugsten
lamp and the ordinary carbon lamp.
for the convenience of our customers we mny a full lino of Tungsten lamps of anSapprovad type In stock.
115 Espunade^West. North Vancouvkh.    Phone 66
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HELPING TO SOLVE THE
HIGH COST W LIVING
Ws intend to help you solve Ua high coat of living by adopting tlia
cub system. By this method wheen ran our biuluees mor* economically.
take our cub ducounu, and m thi rum Who paya won't bavs to put up
for tha man who forgets to, taken altogether It will 1110*11 quits * saving
for thoae who deal with ua and besldea we realise tt Ujtlie only poetibl*
wsy te hold th* builn*** tbat rightfully belongs tn tbu slds from going
across tha Inlet And right b*r< w* would respectfully uk those who bsvs
been in tha habit of going to Vancouvsr for tbeir Groceries to at least
figure wltb ua. While it la everybody's ,jirIvllegs to buy where thiy
pi****, we uke it fer granUd that sii being eijusl they would prefer to
help build up tlnlr own town. Ws Srs starting an Aluratlou Cseh Bale
with tha New Year. All our atock bu le be moved to make roofti fer
New Dfpartmenie we ara adding Boou ani Bboee, Ladles' Btady-to
Waar, Man's Fumlablnp and HaU-aud we er* aniloue to gerouretoc^
reduced te tbe lowest possible notch In both the Orocery aiyd Hardware
DapartmsiiU bafer* beginning the alteration to Uu store, fume A»p»Lt
lug to gtt Bargains in both Unm Delivery will ba prompt au/d #vory
purcbaae guaranuad satisfactory er money refunded We Uke thla up
portuulty of thanking all who bave favored ua wltb their patronage,
and truat tbat uuder the money saving sytUm thay will continue (4
favor us.   Wishing on* and all a Happy Nsw Year
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DesBrisay Jobbing Co.
OOBNBB FOUbVh AND LONBDALB
HARDWARE Phon* 297 GROCERIES
HAY, FLOUR AND FEED'
POULTBY BUPPLIBB A BFBOlAI.Ty
Timothy Hay (new)
Olover Hay, (new)
Alfalfa Hay
Crushed Oau,
Oat*,
Aliased Kaal
PBIOBB BIOHT
B  h K   (Jblcken Chop,
■. ll K BcrsUh Food
I ll * Cracked Com
. La*'* Bgg Maker
Let's iAMCt Powdsr
iwlft's Buf Bcreps
DIIJVBBIBB FBOMPT
THE
Brackman-Ker Milling Co.,Ltd.
OFFICE; Hi ESPLANADE, EAST        PHONE 4
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PALACE HOTfeL
Second Street Ettl, North Vtncouver,, B. ('.
PtMteiwi the finest roof gtrden on the Pacific ( <m<i.
Bind concert every Friday evening rrom 6 to w
Hot ind cold ty»ter in every room,
Rateit-
Europcan Plin only $1.00 a day up.
Curopca
Weekly Rales $3.00 up.
Meal Tickets 15,00.
X-
L REDA, Proprietor
( ucvYfvwijr  a©  vimo
In the BUM Btore you ooine face to face wltb tbe whole jewellery
world, |t# fashions and Itt fancies, Its deiutiee and "l luxuries. There
Isk completeness about thla department of pur stors wh|ch.srtll he readily
noticed by every customer who 'nnttra ow ddore.
HBBB MAY BB FOWB BOTTABW OIWB FOR BOTH MBIT ,
AMD WofiW,
NBCKMOBB-Plnaly Jewelled and naip|aa||ia|F dwlgned.
/BBOOOHBB-Iii every.quality and fashion,.'ut-with tba fluat genu
' or wltft ssrai-preolona atonea.
BBAOBLBTB- In all the lataet fsiblons, eltber Jewelled or plain.
FINB-Banglng from tha elaborately Jewelled baa pin to the simple,
dainty blouse and lace pin,
OAMEOB-In broocbae and rlnri.   Bsaiitifuily tinted Oorale and 'shells
, from the shadow or Mtttt Veauvlus.
BIOMBT BWOHr-ln eyarf IWWP rtyie^BUtu er engraved to suit tbo
Wiarer, ^v I
PUFF LIMKB-iu such an assortment of atWaa tbat all may purchase
that Whlah Will please. *Y
bOABF PIMB-A scsrf pis is a gift which ajnian alwaya appreciates.
Wl have a stock Of scsrf pins showjng .avary degrst of quality.
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Henry Birks & Sons, Ltd.
JEWBI.EBB,  BILVBBBMITHB, WATOHMAKBBB.
George K. Trorey;, Managing Director
Hastings and Granville Streets   -        Vancouver, B. C.
Those wishing to select Pot Plants and A) Flowers for Obrlettnu
gifts had betttr come early and get their cholct. Wt bava a nice
selection of plants In lower, alio Faroe of all description, Palme, ate.'.
We have else growing at our nurseries tha «ue^t/et3c>; of Buses,
Bhrubs ate. In B. 0. Plant right uow. OaU or write for oor catalogue. Out Flowers, Floral Deelgns, Wedding Bouquets, etc. on short
notice.
SIMPSON & WIGHT
,    ' TUB LOOAL FLORISTS
Two blocks sut of Uaedale Oar.       Oor. 17tli' and Bt. Andrew'i Ave.
Two blocka wast of Boulevaad Oar. Phone m
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■T f "*f rt*r sr"H»    pvtmt-m t-t.
Candidate for Hayoj
Alex. Smith Announces
Election Platform
BEWBBAOE   QUESTION   IB   0IT1
AB OHIBF PLANK
Mr. Alexiiniler Hniith,. who lusl weel.
I'iiiiin-iiii'il to i'liter tbs Held for the
pending mayoral election, bes formulated   a   Cumprehenslve "platform,"
Whieh  will   lio  foutlll   lii'lnv.,     e.,1  ..I:, i
in a letter aildressed to the city's olne
toratet—
To the Klei-ima of tbe Oity of.'       .
Nortb Vancouvor \ /
i.i'.lii   aud i ium ie iiii-ii:
After iniiili  pressure ahd  repealed
■uih it. i of a vory largo uumber of
frionds, eomprisiug ratepayers ami citizens, 1 have consented to accept iiotniu
iiiuiu, and beg lu offer inysolf as camli
dale Jor Jin; ulliee of mayor, i respect
fully ainlr earnestly ask your aupporl at
the in iiln uuiiili: uliuiiieii in January,
1013. ,
My i|iinlilii iiiiun.'. for this high office
aro known lo you all, aud I am led
lu boliove lhat juy long residence uml
experience of Illi eily'a needs, my lm.-i
uess i'uiiiii'i'tioii1 willi the cily ami my
record during the previous four ami
one half yeara thai I conscientiously
served you, folly qualify mo and war
rant iny candidature
Sewerage.—The question of a comprehensive ami efficient syslem of sew
erage for ail limo is lo my mind of Ihe
moit vital importance. I really lie
liave it is ciscntinlly nccesssry lbat
wo engage the sorvicta of an eipert
n. ii i in this special department of
■ ii;'ii.i'i iiiij: tn oismiuc the prescnl
system  without  further delay ami lo
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v      FOR SALE
Waterfront Properties, District Lot 274
In Block* 171 & 172.
Business Blocks on Lonsdale Avenue
UU 10 *11, Bid. 185, D.L, 274,
South Half of. LoU 14 inc. Blk. 166, D.L. 274
Modern Residences, Extensive Grounds
On Ottawa Gardejia, Corner Mahon Avanua.
On Grand Boulevard, Corner Keilli Road.
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For Pricei, Termi and Further Particulars, apply to
The North  Vancouver Land and
Improvement Company
Umit«f Liability    jf-- *
Nmlli Vancouver Agenti for ■••";. ).
LONDON AND BRITISH NORTH MW.CA CO
543 PENDER STREET,   .,      VANCOUVER, B C' *
i Phona Seymour 6266
y««'ii iar» >«aorjHi"t ,H" aep'wt i»
the future. . fern convinced >u should
profit by (he mis|akos madelby |h'
eity of y#nfouver, whlrti ■ mk tfin
twenty years' experience end acting ou
tlio advice pf iiiiiuorous engineers, finds
it linparativoly necessary to rearrange
l||  system.    Considering  the  future
health of tbu cltitens, as well as the
ainaii cost iiiiauoiaiiy uow, 1 am not)-
flilonttlie expenditure would lie p wise
One.
Jji
Rtreefi.—1 am of the eiygjon Uiatll
whernyer  poesilile   etrnota (elipilld ( lie
made uf a permanent nature,   in fte
main atreeta of the city I wowil tAso
'■ate (he laying of i-enicnl sLlowallis
and utilising the planjf sii|ewalks at
present in Use for the extension of.siila
v.iili.u where needed in the residential
parts of tea e||y.
,, Publlc'utlllUee.- 1 am a Arm believer
|-iu municipal pwnerehip, especially ai
regards all undertakings of public utility, and it has pleased me to see thst
the present council has already turned
Iheir attention to the terms nf lhe
preseut lighting agreement, whieh es
pircs shortly. _
Second Narrows Bridge—i have consistently worked /to help forward in
every possilde-juauner the speedy run-
i'lim■linn ut  tin' Sri ulnl  NarrOWH Lll'l,''
ami shall continue to uso my lies! efforts
4fl'tliis end.
- Civic Centres. Tin- early establishment nf a permanent civic centre for
Iho eity is to iny mind of the highest
importance; but as the proieut council
has this nuiiii i now under consideration, I consider any further remarks
iiniiiii lie ill iiniuii.
Tramway Services. Tin' represouta,,|
lion reeenliy mado by the Dislricl of
West Vancouver seeking.Iho coopers
lion of lhe Hoard of Trail* aud \iti'cus
of the Nnrlh Shore generally to gid
them iu gelling lbe Ii. <!. Kir, in. Kail
way t'liiiipiiiii lo i ueml Ibeir car ser
vice inlo West Vani'wivor is of great
importance aui| will r.s-cn.' my sup
port, I'ur in my opinion mum benefil
ami business lo lhe iiierrTinnti ui ilu-
eily wuuliji result.'
Public Parka and Open Piacee.-I
may stale that il was at my suggestion
tli.it Million 1'ark was purehasc'l liy the
eily iu 1011. In the past | liave slrong
ly uphe|d auch, policy, ami did all I
possibly coulil lo imluro lhe city to
purchase lhe lxinsdale Hardens in i'Oni
jinn inni wilh lhe (Vm Byulelll, lml nu'
forliinalely without nceeee.
Mayor's Bi\u-.-~t!a I interpret llic
slulules, no jirovision is made for a
mayor's salary, incept iu cities having
u population of !UI,i|f|(l. i am far from
desirous of placing the responsibility
on llie council of voting tne any emolu
menl by resiiluliou, ami if alerted I
cun promise lo serve llie electors to the
heal of my iiluiiil wilhoul sueh un
provided remuneration
Yours fuilhfully,
AI.BXANDKH SMITH.
I* 113—Adv.
S. L White
DRY GOODS AND
STATIONERY STORE
Dolli Toya and Xmai Cardi
now on viaw.
260 Firit Street Eait
Niw Map of North Vaaeotiver Gtjr aaa Viciaity tlm « SaU
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NOBTH IHOBB   PBB88  IJMJTEl)
Publlabera ef tlia "Bxpreai'
Itb ViinUn
Vint BUeit Baat Phone go
Diitrict of North Vancouvar
Court ef Bevlilou of Assessment Boll
NOTICF, ii hereby givea tbat lbs
Council of the Diilricl at Norlh Ven
ceuye^bave appoiuted Saturday, tbe 1st
•itf et February, 1*18, at lbe beur of
10:30 am. at tba Municipal ((all, cornel
of l.yuu Valley Hoad aad Krommc Head
in sold diilricl, ae tba tine aod place
for bearing complaints agaiusl (by
encsimeut for lbs year IIU as made
by lbs assessor aad for rsviiinj4nd
correcting IbarAsaciameat Holh
Any parson complaining agaiusl tbs
aasassmsnt musl give notice in writing
to tbe Assaeeol ef tbe ground ef bis
complaint at laaal 10 daya Mere tbe
date of lbe Irst silling of tba Courl of
Htvitles.
Dated et Nortk Veaeeavtr, H O.,
tbie Mih day of n»eeaet>er, llll.
JOHN fl. tm.., II.U/C.
UIU
ine tanaaian oanx
of Commerce
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Capital $15,000,0011   IM $12,11,1X10
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North Vancouver Branch Now .Located at tM
Comer of LONSDALE AVE. ind the ESPLANADE
*>   '     A General Banking Buiineu Transacted.
'        SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT
Inletetl is allowed on all deposits of $1 and upwards.
J. A. FOBSTBB    Manager.
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We take thii opportunity of thanking our
many friends and patrons (or their kind wishes
and patronige during 1912. We wish all a
Happy and Prosperous New Year.
Dickinson &. Son, Ltd.
i
131-110 Eiplanade East
P. 0. Box 1719.        Ncd^a
Phone 222
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F. TARN
TARN k BREWER
RKA1.-F.STATE
X    CONTRACTORS .nd BUILDERS
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.   ' Eatimatas Cheerfully Given        Ttlephone 20S
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210 Lonidale Ave.      North Vancouver
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V, II. Uoi   iuuu. San  Hill Ptoll
1'arliill     OeJIi-f
North Vancouver Lumber Co. ««&'
Hi>i.liUir
II I VI  I   11   | I  III
IMMI.HIS
KIH, I'NIMH a.I al'HI IK
11 inn ii iiiiima
Mill i in > i. - mn -I   i i Man
M'llHi:  ltl   IIKKIIH  FITTIM.S
inrulua Uork, ll.i.H aaa lio,„i.«,>lin, ■ ifrclall,
l        -.Mil.   UIMHIUS   .....i    ininli'-    ST   HI IK   iiiiii
Kan   NIII mil  Ualla.-r  aaierarda, K.vlaaaUr  Kail
flaalaa  NIII  aaS  Kaelor,
Eiplanade and St. George
I.l ua Igurr oa juiii  n iinln nn itu.
NORTH VANCOUVER LUMBER CO.
Job Printing at the Express
THK All KNTluN of lui.eeie, ei.|i,in( i„ vule al Uie ronlieomlny Wulel
cl|ial Kleelluli Is llerel^ tailed lo Ine roiluWlua lllfnllnalliill.
/the reaialefed Owner and llie nylalered Vendee uinler Agreimanl for
Kale both liave llie rlglu lo liavi.llielr nam,» a|i|icai un lliu Volcra' I.ln. liul
Hie i,'*|bi, M <i ii*ini iiinii.' aliall iiava (Iiu 11* l.i lu tola at any eliellon mile -ia
be or sbe on or betori Ibt da> or Cl.iil'ni by willing nn.in Ma or her
band Hid In lliv offlea ul Hie unil. Kltii. el. wolvca ur renuuncei lila or liei
iltilii lo vole. Ill whiili caae (In Vendee aball be enllliei) In vuta pronldni
In or abl lisa .Ibt raqulilli ouallAcatlulia ot a Volar.
A.. ,ii .ling to ii Spielal i. keiliiiiuii ol Nni Hi Vancouver I'ily ferries Mmlleil
lbc iiualHIiulloiia of n Iilnu im n/ Ibal Com|iany arc now llic aami ua thoae
nf an Alderman at (hi Clly of Norlb Vaneouvir. Cnndldalts for lbat pnal
Hun muil br male Drlllab lubjcila of ihe full age of Iw.hi, one yeara, wlm
a"> mil illauuallfli'd under any law iind haw been for llil nail alx inniillin
nasi I'li'i.-iilng lbc day nf nuulnailon Iba icglaltred ownera In Ibo Laml
Keglilii iiffl'i' or lunil iei real oru|ierly In Hit I'ily of Nurlh Vancouver of
lbc ataciicd valui In Hit laa( Nundinal Annum nl Ilull of Klv.e IIuii.ii. ,i
I tied flullara or inure nv.r and ulmve any riBlalered Jinlgincul or Charge
and wbo ere olhirwiie quallOcd aa Mundliml Vulu.
The vuilug thii year Is by Wgeds, or whieb iba following arc Iht lioun-
darlil
Ward I — Qn iht Kaal Jonci and Main,,. Avinucs. oa lha South, Norlli uml
Weil Clly lloumlailci
Ward I    'in llu Norlb Kellh Kuud. on the West Uabun Avenue, on Iht Kaal
I.unada'je Avenut, on Iht aputb Ibt aouthtrn boundary of Hit Clly.
Ward I—On tho .n'wHi Ktllb Road, on (hi Kail HI   Andrew's Avenut,' on
Uk, lln .nullum boundary uf lln rily, mi Iht Well Lnnadal.
v*m
f
Iht eeu ,
Am nur   I
Ward I    nn Iht norlh Kellh Koad. on Iht auulb tht aouthern bo
| Ihc i'H).. on Ihe Weat 81   Andrew'a Avtnut, Oh  thi,  I
War4 i   'In Ibt loulh Krllvyoad. on Hit West 8t Ucorge's AVtriuc, on Hit
Norlb and on Hic'khi Cliy boundaries. V^-
War4 l.—on iht North Clly boundary, on the aoulh Kellh HuudAnn lhe eaat
II. Oeorge'. Avenue, tn tbe Weit Junta Avtnut. '
landldatt lot Iba ripnatnlallon uf a Ward nerd not bt a Vuler In
—      ''"   "it oilier euullllMilmii fur an A"
il.ai Vaf'i m'lotf m I
»< lha r
%','
iniaaeiici llie
dary of
it. (!|iy
AldermSll
No Kl'Clor aha I hi enl tied to volt In biurt lhan one Ward.   A nndlcnl
Sltelor Ihall volt In the Ward In which hi ur tha realdra.   A nSfl-rilbUljl
lector shall v .le In Ihe Ward In which he or sne owns lbe largcii amuuiti
et firuperlp   The vuilng place for all wards Is Ihe (Tiy Hsll
f propers        __^^_^^^^^^^^^_
Thi (iourt of Btvlilon uf tht Volcra' IJai
Norlh Vahc«arer»n (he lllh dsy at Dtcimbar,
will alt in (fee dty Hall.
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Published ToMdan aad Mdejrt by North Bhon
OW, H, MOBUBK, BD1TOB ANH MANA
9Ajm.
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Rati* of Bubeeripilani-^ae yealt, 11.00. il* walk*, AOf, ri^»»itta)\Ni>
United «am aaa Ferityn, W.W p*/y**r.     V.^
Adv.rtl.tni Sntee WUI B. Qt*t*d tb AppllrdsllOB.
City
Tltk, ttpttm js d*vot*d to th* lnt*r**t* otJh*Ker»h Bhore of Burrard lnl*t
rVlMStitntee an advertising medium of exceptional value (or
thorough and effective miner thi population ot North Vancouver
rlst.  Jfverjr ptajt ll Md* to (iva Advertisers the moet satisfactory
aieluel'
reeehln
shou
I shaagae In eoalraet allvtftlssnunti
than l'f a. m. Ut/eity ind 0 p, m. Wed
I ltsus.     | ^^"^
J be la tk* printers' hand* not
day to w*ur* tnsirtlon In tk*
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December Slit,
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THB LOOIOAL OOUMB OT HOBTH
BHOBB DEVBLOPMBtfT
Th*' pro*p*rlty uf *ny community,
cuiuiuurrially speaking, Is derived from
the amount of money tbat I* annually
put In .-iriiilaliiiu wltbln its roulnee,
There tre two featuree ef tylit cur-
runny circulation which determine the
muisure of prosperity which th* com
inuulty enjoys, namely, ils magnitude
and, it* stability.   Th* larger th* elr
.iiliiiiuii and the mure r*rt*ln aid regular It becomes, tha greater the pros
perlly enjoyed.
In an agricultural diatrict, or la a
1  rommuiiily situated in an agricultural
district, the source uf this currency
is funnel iu the annual marketing of
tha.crojis, did the probability is that
lb* Influx of muney will.he coufiueil
to a few months in tbe year, during
which lhe crops aru boiug'idisposed of.
lu an jm|jrffrWTmK^lil|iiillig community, however, the orders entirely different.   In communities of this order
the riiiuinercial prosperity may be aum:
imui up Iii a elngle word, namely, " p«i |
roll."   The industrial ami other firms
cam tbe money from uitlaldu suurrea
and distribute it In^trt to tlujis own
employees in the form nf salaries and lu
part to olher local fl/ius wilh whom the
original Iluu ileiii., nn,l by ihe latter
recipient* il isytistrlbuteii tu thoir em-
pluyccs,  smi   all   ihese  employees   of
these respective  AWns, in tbeir turn,
plui c the iiiiinii in . in nliiiinii throughout thu romiiiuKiJy.    The goal which
every in.Insiriiii 'uii'l commercial com
iniinii\   has tvtt befure jlls mind's
'Wiis the iAtreaae of the uumber of
its iiiXiistiii», mih lhe ultimate object
of buijdlng up lhe largest possible ru
I'.iliir/fiirliiightly or monthly payroll.
The enviable Word of the rity ot
llniiiiltiiii In this regard during the past
leu yeara is a case iu point,    lu 1000
llm amount of capital invested lu in
'in-lrial iiiii.'i-riis in that city was |l:l,
C.'l.li.VI, and In UIO it had lucreaaeil
lo -■ es.i,|.ir;i;<    The vulue uf the pro
■io' i  of theae couccrns iu  IHOU  was
117,1111,144, ami  in   lum   IttyitjtKi
The |u,pulnl nni of die city lu 1001 was
-61.'Ml, and In  lull It was M'.iu.i, an
incK'ase of over sixty per cent.   The
iiiiiiisiiI paid in (iiu city in wages and
salaries lu I IWU was I l,'i.',i,:,u::r ami iu
lum |tll,H'iu,-vis, en increase of over
itt ie, cent.   The payroll uf lhat cily
i(4ii   the  industries   nuw   eslablisbed
line,nni., to  practically    one    nullum
Jlullara per month.   The iuflucme of the
circulation  uf thla amount  uf money
every lugnili, upon a stable basis, in
any community will readily be seen lo
spell prosperity lo au advanced degree,
Tie. iu ni,- ,, 11,. in prerequisites upun
the pari of any city, however, before
ii 'sn lii.pi' tu attain any appreciable
importance  an   an   industrial   centre,
one uf which is coOipelllive trauspor
tatiou fs.-ilities, either by laml or by
laml ami by water.   It Is just at tbis
juiirlure lhat Ihe crucial polnl is reach-
i-l in Ihia line of reasoning relative to
making Nurlh   Vancouver that  which
satur* has pre eminently designed  It
lu be, namely, I populous and prosperous industrial aud ^eaporl centre.   It
is iiiiilenialilii thai   this city has   ul
ready  attained   wilhoul  railway  con
nc'linn proportions rarely,   if   ever,
ei|iialli'el under curb conditions, but It
ia fair lo state that that has been ar
"iiiiplishcil   Iieeause  of  ihe  proximity
of a large centre across Ihe Inlet, in
relation tu Which the ''Uy stands to
day as a favured residential suburb.
It is likewise Irue that upon thie heels
iiliine the North Hhore could procure a
pupulalion of seorec of thousands, but
it Is also Irue Ibat as a residential
■-•tori, only, the reaidenla must  con
iiinii' to earn their livelihood  serosa
Ihs Inil'l to t Urge degree, and tbe
North Hhore could never become a self
contained and independent  community
In the nal aenso of the term.
I f upon this sid* of tbs inlet (bar* is
\JwJtt U be established a  waterfront
lined  with  prosperous industrial ee-
> teblisbnent*, Jf th*r* I* ever to be
built up on tbe North Hhor* * large
ini'l    thriving    industrial    population.,
wsth ita contingent population and lu
dilutions -a populous and weeltby centr*, if tb* status of lb* lorsl community ia evil 19 h elevated to Ihtl of a
atrong, self rcliaet centre, because of
lb* presence of a large Ind stable payroll, then It 1* abeolutaly,Imperative
that th* wagnlleent natural advantages
with which tka North Ahore is t*dsw*d
b* rtiAirti acceuible upon a  ba*l*
which will prov* attractive'(o «a»n-
\
fai'turing tnd liuluitrial oenoema, a
sine qua nun of which is that competitive systems of continental aud worldwide transportation ba brought to the
iliinrs ef industrial ruueerua upun our
waterfrunt ami elsewhere throughout
the local area.
Here the real siguillcani'e of tha eon-
slruction of Hteniiil Narrows bridge In/
comet evident. The .'iiinpleipm ,)t Unit
structure would mean tbat net only
ilne but four or tv* great iraiiscontln
enlel railway systems whieh uuw run
min the rity of Vuncuuver, within a
few furluugs nf the North hhore, wuuld
at iiiu'c liml access to the local waterfrunt, thus affording exceptional advantages in cumpatltive l*nd transportation, while tbo uuexcelled deep
eet litturtl found tlong that waterfrout
would lu due course become the seen*
of the arrival and departure of competitive systems of world wide waler
transportation, the whole preaeuting
(with our many natural advantages
prev i.iusly cited)' truly ideal conditional
fur lhe successful operation of Indusi
IU loiai wages inr int. year ip« iuhii
of m,l'li,m, or tn average of *43».
Iu British Columbia 99,311) nperetlvea
received In total wages fur. tha year
tha sum of Ul,tiO,A10, at *\) average
am. )'
Wages appear to have been the highest, however, in Manitoba, Alberta and
H'aakatcliewau, III 'each nt whieh province* th* average wktslightly over six
hundred dollar* and lowest In New
BrUMwIcIt with ah uvurage uf fMtt apd
in Prluee Bdw^nl Islandw^an average uf fill.
By provinces on the basis ofN^be
rate of Increue of the Value of products Albert* stands lirst with an aggru
gate inereeee uf t\l,m,696 er l,:i:iu.il-i
per cent., Manitoba second with 'an aggregate Increase of 140,74(1,1,11) or .'II6.1P
par cent., and Brltlah Columbia tblrd
With an aggregate increase uf 115,7,111,
4B7 or 1114,77 p«l cant. .     j
lita
The record of tha North Hhore for
the yftt Ui'l is ono of a|eady advaure-
ment, It Is true lhat nut all the hopes
which were entertained havu been ful
(llleil III ui'.-iir.lui  with anticipations
and ibat In aome important' respects
developments which It was expected
would lake place during the year were
not forthcoming, but it is likewise true
that ilncc developments have not been
iiliiiiieloni'il, the year's prugress has ran
dereil them certain beyond auy pos-
-■ilil'- question, but the time of thnir
occurrence must be inovud along intu
another yoar lhat ie all.
-Meantime, problems ot great Importance to the,internal welfare of Ihu
aeveral portions AT the Nortli Hhore
have been successfully sulced. public
improvements  oil  a  Urge scale  huve
been prosecuted, population iita great
fviul i'sUlilishmeiils upon, lhe Urgesi Ij increased in all suctions, and sub
I J..u      s \ *1 atantlal progreea has lieen made in the
promotion uf the community all alung
the line, in the city of North Vaucou
ver, tbe diatrict of Nortli Vancouver
and the district of West Vancouver'
The outlook of the North Hhore upun
tbe future It oue of exceptional promise
—one that justifies the greatest optim
Ism upuu the part of ali who are in any
way associated therewith. Kvenls of a
positively assured nature are pending
such as will place this community iu
the very forefront of prosperous cum
iiiiiiiiiii-.. of tbis progressive province.
Among these may lie mentioned tlie
. onsiiin iie.n of Hecond Narrows Hridge
lhe construction of tho l'acillc (Ireat
Kaslem Hallway, wllh freight add -pas
senger tarriiual facilities at Nurtli Van
couver, Ihe probable in coming ot the
Canadian l'acillc Ilailway, lhe cousinly
tiou of a largo federal wharf uml ward
houses, ami the possible selection uf thu
.Nnvth Hhore ta thc Bite uf the largest
|>c.U.     /
From the completion of Hecond Nar
rows bridge w'tll date I'm' real beginning uf the titfpr oftW North Hhor*
as *u iiielu-iinii tiul s,upon centre
mil dose, kuou tt*/ *veut mty be ex
pi'i i.-.l ta V aet >» operation * uiuve
menl locally along thote I' isse tucb ee
will pragmas with ever increaaiug
weight tnd momentum until the per
iniiin .ii payroll of the Nortb Hhore,
having itt rise eulely from local sources,
will place this community in the very
forefront of ;'.:e great, prosperous ami
independent manufacturing and soa
port centres of the cuutlnent,
Nuw lhat matters wilh reference to
Hccumi Nomina bridge have reached
tkat advanced stage in whlch'the bridge
. .iiii| :i li l    is   -J-ail doll ''   In   posll lull   to
call for t,/t.i- i.d construction, Ihe
North MiorJ. iniurtfipuliiics an,I public
bodies ami allMlier municipalities ami
public   biidies   interested   III   this   im ty,     .   .
, \ e dlV   .lue I.  OH   the   I'll, Hi,    I  oust   will, ll lhc
porlant wurk, euuld nnt pursue a wis^] n'_,_ _    '*     ,,,,'"
moi'.n ois i (Mi, siininm
RHUUIiAVUINI
mining rluhta of tha Pumluion
laafatohlv
T*
!
tht VllKOn Territory, tha North-wast
rrltorlst and In a portion of tht p
not of British Columbia, inuy be lu
uf 11 un aura.
ret will be leaee
Nut
.1 lo
for a term of twenty-one yaar* »t
... annu»l rtntel of |l
mora lhan 8,540 aur
on* *pp|ioaut.
HI L  -.^^nn^^^-^^^^n
oaiit In person tu lhe Aaeni
auryeyad territory tha land must
. tired b;
illvlaluna of Bectlont, and In unsurvey
d ttrrl
bt daterlb
lij-.eoiiiious, or legal subnotions, and lu
Anplloatluu for » leal* muet be madt
by Oil euulloaiit In peraon tu lhe Aaont
or Bub-Agent et tha d etrlot In which
(he rlahie applied for nm allotted
\  	
It..,,	
CO torritory tha truat upiillud for ahull
be jtaked out by tha applicant hlm
eeir
Ud liy a
fiiliiinil If
available.' ... „„, „      „ ,.
ally shall ba paid on the inerchaiilahlu
output of the mint at the rata of rive
canla par ton.
Tha paraon operating the mint ahall
furnish lha Agent witn sworn returns
acuuuntlng for the full uuantlty of
iiiiii-chantiilitii coal mined and pay lhe
royalty iburinn If Ihe coal minim;
rlghle ara not being operated, such relume ahould ba fumlahed al leust once
* year,
Kindl application timet bo accompan-
y >i ftt of |S wlneli will be
d If the   .'     „"
available- but nol otliarwlM.    A
I |S which will ....
i Iniiiei .ei'i'11' el fur tra nol
The Is itt will Include tha coal minimi
rinhiN unly, but thu leaaue mty ba permitted ti purchtie whulavor avullable
-■.nii'i'i-i- 11,. in.-, mty ba cutlaldared nee
eaitry for lha working of (ha mine al
tha rati if |I0 tn tcra.
For full Information aniillCKlliin
uinniiii be mtde to thu iscrelary of (he
lleparlmeni et tha Interior, Ottawa, ur
lo any agent or Bub-Agent of lioinliil.in
l.unils
W. W, COJ1Y,
Deputy llliiliitni or ths Interior.
N.   B—Unauthorised  publication   ol
Ihlt  ailvniiliii-iii.ini   will  nnt   he   iniln
for. Il-I
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BOOIETY
BKNEI'IT
Lodge Weatern Boss, No. null
Meetings uf' thia loiigu lire held in
the Knights of i'ylhius Ilull, corner of
(lii'sicrlii'lef avenue uml Fourth streel,
on tho lirst and third 1'riduys iu euch
monlli, at H o'cluck p. in.
t'liinmiiiiieutiniiK ami appliinlious I'm
uiemborship tn be aiblresseil to lliirul.l
Lees, secretary, I1. 0. bux till. 16-7-1H
Vancouver Businesi Directory
BUSINESS COLLEGES
SPROTT-SHAW Bunnell College
336 Haattiifs St. W,
Canada'* Qniteal W**tern Sohool
n; J. Sprott, DA.,'- -Mananat
BBAL BBTATB
course tbau to devote their fulleet
energies lu a combined and euprenw
effort to carry this nioveinonl auccesi
fully past lhe very laat obstructiuli uml
to dear the way for an Immediate com-
ineiiii'ini'iit of lhe construction of Ihe
bridge.
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OBOWTH   OF   OAWADIAN   MANU-
I'AC'IUBEH
dratifyiug progress in Canada's in
duslrial prosperity ia deuoleil by (he
census of manufacturers taken iu June
1011, for the year 1010, particulars of
which are juit published (,'oinpared
with the census for HiUO, lhe latest eu
nim iiiiinii ,-l,ov,.. tu men-use in the tell
yetrt uf i ■in'- in tbe number of workiug
establishment,, (employing live opera
lives ur mor.-i an increase of ♦800,-
iliii.Vil in lhe value of capital, an in
create ut lluflllfl In tlie number of per
tons cuiployeil, iin increase of tl'21,16'3,-
llllll in earnings l,v way of salaries and
wages, uud an iii.-r.lase of |<W4,lll!ii,2A4
In the value of products.
The exact figures fur lllli) are aa
follows: /
Kstabiishiiients     I»,2IH
Capital ..J |I,247,8I(3,«()«
Kinployees on salaries.. 44,077
Halarles     |43,J70,7IIS
Kmployes ou wages...        471,189
Wages ,  UOlfllJtll
I'roduets  |l,IM,«7li,0»0
The table of pumps uf products shows
the urder of precedence on Ihe
basis of Die value of'prudurU te be
es follows: l'u-', food produc|i; tec
oud, timber, lumber and Iheir renignu
failures, third, textiles; fourth, Iron
•nd steel products; fifth, i„|s<ellaiicous
industries) sixth, metal eiAj metal pro
ducts otber than iteel; selentb, vehi
cles for land tranaportatiio; eighth,
leather and its finished products
Ily provinces, upou the itsis of tba
number of industries Hrilish Columbia
standi fifth, u follow*!        \ /'
0*t*rio   ....- 8001
Nov* Hcoli*   1480
New   IlrUMwiek   ,. f...ltW
Hrilish Coiumbl*  «.'iI
Nfiy province* ou tb* Ixals of capital
this province stands third aa it 'Iocs
alsu on th* basis of salaries and wagee
and of total vain* or product,
An excellent basis for comparison of
wages in the aeveral provlncae it provided by th* tables ae follows:
fn Ontario, 238,817 operatives tt
eelvtd la wagee tat tb* ytar th* au*
liumiiiiuii government has declared thai
it is their int.'iiiinn lo construct on
'llurrurd   lulel,
The passing uf the year IOU iimls Ihu
Nurlh Bbure in poaaessiou of an assur
ed future, such aa very few communities
indeed are privileged tu enjoy.
DlflTJtlOT OF'NOBTH VAMOOUVBB
BevUlon of Voters' LUt
TAKK NOTICK thai a Court ofi Ho
vision uf the Voters' List of the Dis
triil will bu held ou Monday tlie Oth
day of January, 101,1, at 10:00 n'clock
in tbe ie,i. in,em at the Municipal Hail,
curner of  Krouime  aud   I.vnn   Valloy
Holds, North   Une on, ci
Dated (his '.'"ili day of December,
1012, k
JOHN (J.'jfAHMKIl, 0.M.0,
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Yorkshire 'Guarantee k Securitiei
Corporation, Limited
440 Seymour Surd
REAL ESTATE
LAND AND MORTGAGE
INVESTMENT
ESTATES   MANAGED
FIRE INSURANCE     <
R. Ken lloulgule - - - Manage!
3IAIV1   in&
BBBTAUUANTB
All North Vancouvtr people itt tt
)     LEONARDS'
KilW Mini III.ok or ilatlings Ht.,
oppoiil* tbe new poat ndioe. I.e..mini
sells his tee by the pound.
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Burrard Inlet Tunnel &
Bridge Company
NOTICB IB IIKIll'.liy OIVKN thll
an (ppilcttiun will bt mtde le the I'm
liami'iil of C'tnada at the present ies
lipu thereof by the Hurrard Inlet Tun
nel and Hridge Company for an oiten
sion of time within which lo commence
cenetructioo of ils euthorlred lines of
railway and bridge ami tunnel.
IIATKI) at tbe' Cily of Vancouver,
i'ruviip'e of Hritisb Columbia, this 'ilml
day ol November, 1018.
HIIHNH k WALK KM,
Ul! Windi lluilding, Vancouver, I).
C, aollcitore for the Applicant,
NOTIOK IB 1IKHKHV OIVKN that
by resolution of the Oity Council tbe
tim* for receiving offers of lots w
tracts ef land suitable for * City llall
Bite for ijie City of North Vancoover
bae bee* extended till Tliursilay, 2nd
Janusry, |»1>, at I o'clock p-m,
W, AVBTIB B«OWW,
Clt» CM>,
LYNN COLLEGE
Ottawa Gardens
Coiner of ('hcsterfiel'l Avenue ami
Hixlh Btreet, North Vancouver
A private school fur boys of seven
years of age ami upwards. Kaslur
term begins JuuytfyNilh, 10ID.
I'rospeitlissfiil on t|i|iliceliuii.
IIKOINAI.D II. BATES, B.A ,
Principal.
I'. 'I A.I.l res-,
flox ilflOf, Vaucuuver,
NEW YEAR
WARM
••"V*
We have only a few
PRICES:
$2.50 to $15
HEATING STOVES left,
Buy Now
JOHNSTON & SALSBURY
1 THE HARDWAREMEN
90 Lonsdale Avenue     Next to P.O.
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FOB THB BALANCE OP THB VBAE 1912 WE WILL'OIVB
20 per cent. Discount
OFF ALL TOYS, BOOKS,
STATIONERY, Bto,
LEATHER OOODB, FANCY
BUY YOUB NBW YBAB OIFTB AT
SCOUTEN'S BOOK STORE
I'HONE llll
66 118 Louadule Aveuue.
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OLAFOSER
BAKER and CONFECTIONER
FOR XMAS-AII kinds ol Fancy Cakei and Pastries,
Buy our Xmas Cakes and Yule Cakes.   They
are perfect in quality.
CHOCOLATE CANDY
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143-LONSDALE AVENUE-143
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Job Printing at the "Express'
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NOTICE!
MEN'S HATS SALE
at Frank Colwell'i
DOLLAR-50 HAT STORE.
Vancouver, BiC.
$E00
1020 Granville Street
e-^^tJI^peMi
AU. FALL STYLES ON £Al£ NOW
rUI\        .      e      t      i      (     i      *     f      I      i      *      #
OPEN EVfcHINGS TILL 10 O'CLOCK
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An Opportunity
In North Lonadala
Clo«e to an open road,- 50 ft. loU $275 each, $25 cash $io monthy..
Alw half-acre lots from $500 to $650 each,   isocaih $20 momhiy
i
OtUe nrirn 173
a, Beeldenra Pbone HU
MARTINSON & CO.
#2 WNSPAU AVENU^ r cm, m,       NORTH VANCQUVW
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minor r.tpreat!
Dear »lr,-In looking over your list
Issue l notice that an account of tba
meeting In West Vaneouver held by
the ll*tej>uy urs'.Association, was given
iiniinii i'ii iiii your front page,
Having iinini secretary of this Association at different times for a number
pt years, i wm certain that the reso-
lutjuii of tlie uniting as jiuliliplieil
would lie mlaleading to those who had
not a thorough knowledge of the sll
nation.,,,/
I wgulHi therefore, ask yeu kindly to
publish, fne enclosed rupy of letter
which I inni' sen! to the President of
thu llatepayert' Association.
Thanking, yeu In antleipatlmi of yonr
oiirtosy
I remain
I'linrlusy in ai'i'oillng to this request.
m
Yours respectfully,
ANIHIKW P. I.IDDLK.
Tlte letter referreil to Ib us fdllowsi
W. .1. Irwin, Ksip,
fill) Lonsdale Avunue,
North Vuiuuuver, II. C.i
Hir—I ling to lender my resignation
as Hue ii'lnn 'I'i.-a.-.ni.-i of lhe West
t iine iim i-i linii j.ii '-ei.-' A||Ot'latioii to
count frum ilsln.
My reason fur so doing it the action
taken as a rcsuil of the meeling buld al
llnlli Imni :-. Imui house, ilui'uinliur I -: t J..
lllll This meeting was nulled to transact general liusiiicse uml I do not think
that resolutions, passud ul t ineetini
iiilli'.l hy ii Halepayers1 Association
i-liniilii lie voted on iiiiii.i'iiiniiiiii.'iv by
men who nut mil}' wuru nut ineoiliers
liul who iiiij.'lii nut even Iiu ratepayers.
I uin .ili...... ik. i of thu opinion Dial
Iiln resolutions passed re whurf iu I).
I.. Tli were nut (he real expression of
In sueb | manner es cannot help hut
prejudice our standing with fm federal apd provincial governments.
I am also absolutely certain that had
jt'been mentioned on the notices calling a meeting for general business,
that the building pf a wharf in n. L.
IW7 wae to eome up for discussion, tha
resolution would never have bean
passed,   i .       i •
Yours reepeetfully,
(Signed)   ANDBfiW % WDPM3,
Drat Them Hens!
Well, drat Ihem banal when eggs is
cheap        .'
They lay the hull place ankla-deep,
Just keeps me lame a-sloopin' round
A-pieklu' eggs up off the ground,
i iiiui' to '■li'ini some comer out   ,
An' give tbe crope a chance to sprout,
Just keeps me pour n-birin' hands
Tu haul them eggs from off my lands.
They en,'it'll,n the barns an' aheils,
The kitchen sink tp' family beds.
Hon 'I gel no rbaliee to ett or sleep,
The. why it Is wh'in eggs is cheap.
Ru| drat tbem liuusl when eggs Is Wor
They sit around for half a year'
Iiiii in' my wallet to its marrow,
With no more coiiacyyirt-tben.* sparrow; \
ulgin' in a convjraelioo/ "
iiiiji-i-' siiice Ofealleu
Kiceplin' "egga an' bow to lay 'em."
Makes me ao mad I waut to slay 'cm.
Here's eggs a-eellin' by tbe carat
And every darned hen is a jnu mi'
Just oriiamenlin' Ihis here sphere
Is all they do wheu egga is dear.
By grabl na folks iijr/uw than heusj
Hens can't lay eggy«oeptin' whan's
The layin'-time, but pmnlt could
Do different, ofteh, If tbeyNwould,
Now, take a hank' it lends i^plle
Whon t-boti) New Vork liapks mt ihe
style, \'
An' Iiiun I'm glud to let il kcou       V
My money, 'cause my money's'cheap,
But let a big*hank quit, an' sayi
Tbou | can't get ity hank to pay *
Ue (limes  for  ilnlln.-::.     Tnin'l   In'i'iiu
There's fewer dollars than tlm.-o wua;
'Tain't that i n,'..,i 'em that i wt '
On that bank's steps an' swear an'
Bweat;
It ain't Incus there's few or meuy;
It's iu«t iieona. i'i folksis liennyl
An' we insist on <|o|n' what
The rest is dolii', right or not.
No uso to drive, no use to coaa—'
Ho ilrat them hensl an' drat its folks I
—lulinuinl Vance Hook lu
Country Gentleman.
Hogmanay Dance
■•'    -Thii Evening
Tho st. Aim*
Sunday wtis-nl entertaliimuiii
on Wiley, I incumber B7tb, a
great success. At lit.lip.in, the wM;
art to Hm dumber of .soyenty sat dm
lo a sumptuous 'repast prepared by
iiomniltw of the teachers ami „v*n
inijliir llio direction of Miss Pearson.
At,N Up, games of various kinds were
indulged in till I'M wben tbo concert
began. Bev, Dr. Fee OP»0j>)eil the chair
ami gave a short address on ''Thu Sunday School" making a pins for more
support on behalf of the parents and
others, A splendid program, prepared
tTDHNWa Three KWps,'' a «*«(.,
: H|ack\ell„P. Ilpiiail/; tableaux, if Ail
Netiooe.'^.e Olrtsi/reoltetiou, "las,
liyiible," H. W. Young-; cj/oru
u-
oros,
Oirls in
uine to SautaV Claus,'
nb}-, refljalio^i, ''Only a little Vtl
Sydney Arnold; duet, "<ujr
a," Margaret Raymeut ami |).
lai-kwell; song, "Dwarfs," Winnie
recitation,- "selected," (.red
H)iliam; smig and chorus, uuws boys; nr
citation, t'PJBil Piper, etc." Hay
Wright) ebnrue, Messenger Bpytf'nt\-
taliun, i'ImiI Year's Doll,'* Sienna
Howettj duet, ''Two Utile Maids,"
Josuphlno Pigolt and Witiuiu Lloyd;
hoop drill,,alder girls. •
four prises to the choir, hoys w*J
had heen most regnler in; eHandauoe*
during tha >»»r and >ha allver cup for.
general prollcieney. After; the prl»e
giving Santa <!leus madu bis appearance and gave away good things in the
adapt of apples, oranges, candiee, etc,
The National Anthonn was then sung
apt) a lot of tited hut happy children
accompanied their parents homo to rest
and roposo.
BOYB WAMTBD
Roule  Hoys  wauled.
press Offlco.
Apply at fli-
The lustouiary liogmtiiuy Daueo by
the tit. Andrew's and Caledonian tio
rioly will ba held,in the horticultural
hall    tonight   at   '■'   o'clock    lo   Ihe
strains of Reynolds' orchestru.   At tho
stroku uf IL' New Yetr Day compliment
1 will lie exchanged and indulged in
I tong and  thu usual ileiicacies appro-
| |.iinii  lo Ihu occasion coupled with thu
j society's season's I'limplimoiils i,  Iheir
! members and friemls of "A iiui'i New
' Yeur to uue an' a'."
iD.SCHULTZ
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Candidate for tjie Mayoralty
WILL ADDRESS THE ELECTORS
_ AT -   ■■■' —• , e
Knights ol Pythias Hall
 T~-Tiirfff> en.
FRIDAY EVEPG, JANT 3r
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iiGHi oci
OTHER  CANDIDATES  CORDIALLY  INVITED
m
OF FURNITURE HOUSE fURJMSHINGS
CROCKERY, ETC;, DURING DECEMBER
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The whole of our $30,000 stock of Furniture, Carpels, llousefiirnishings, Crockery, Etc, liM* praclically slaughtered.   Take this opportunity
and purchase for cash at wholesale prices. , ;
EVERYTHING MARKED DOWN, $10,000 MUST BE RAIS ED IN THIRTY DAYS.  GOODS STORED TO CHRISTMAS.
ml.
The Home Furnishers, m Lon,lbll! Avcpue
"■}
"EXPRESS" CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS
In the Spot Light
On tin- Wage ni buiineu du ipot
liglil ii mi the ni.n who advtititet
Oui ( Luilicd Wani Ads will
Sr you or your needs im the lima
t ol public atlcnlion
If you I...i- nol Uied liicm, ibeir
dluiniiuiing power will lurpruc you.
I'OE BENT
BOOMH FOH KKNT- Housekeeping
)     '" am: eiogle. Sll lad street easl.     t.f.
an,   «
\,    i,f,r
FOK HKNT   1 roomed modern hou
l( '., miuutes from ferry. Bent IU
uill..    i'eert k lloull. I'hone j|8.
11
ttlll HKNT-I roomed new, modern
/looses on Ml avenue, near car lluij
fit.   II. MecKciirle. I'honc 246. SOM
FOB HKNT I roomed Dal, modern
Improvements, (Dili end Boulevard. Ap
ply V. Booth, plumber. '•'■
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FOB BKNT—«roomed houea in front
of'Felact Hotel. See B. S. Heime, Ml
ntaiiaa RuIMIok, U Heit.nge Btreet
t.f.
FOB HKNT—8 roomed house, ueit
lo drug store on Klh tud lonsdile,
ago. 'Appiy.1l. 11. Millard, 16k Uus-
dalt tvenue. >     tf
FOR HAI.K-Netrly new $600 Ocr
liaril lleinUiiiaii l'iano, for *■**="*- War
Ininiil/ l'iano Home, 44.1 l,eiiiilale Ave.,
Norlh Vancouver. t.f.
**TO fcBT—Ooay Ave roomed modern
liuiigaiovr, Uth ttreet, close lo Kidge
wty achool. ISO, nice lawn and garden.
II. II. Millard, 758 Lonadale Ave. t.f.
WANTBD
FOB BKNT OB BALK-On e»ay
terms, modern 6 rtiom how, lOlh alreel
lilock from Lootdtle, :i:( feels 150. Feoc
ed and in garden. Beat t'l'lim. Apply
Wood t Bon, Everybody'a Bboe Blore.
WANTKD-Uirl for dining room. Ap
ply Al American Cafe, Kaplauade W
Illi
FOB HKNT Modem apartmeuta
tiiiiindicl or unfurnished, dittppear
ing beds; telephone aud heat incluiled.
Colonial A|iarlmcut«, 81b street and
Bt. (leorge's avsnus. Enquire ajMtrt
iii.'iii-'l or pbone mini. 4113
WANTKD-Woman wanta work by
ihe day. Apply F I), P. 0. Boa 33,
Lynn Valley. -til.'
WANTKD-Auy ki
boy, 16. Apply A. Wall
very, North Vamouver
nd  of  work
Ion, general'di
FOB BALI
FOB HALK   (inoi! family rows.   H
Jl. Wilkins, Cspilaoo. IM
FOB HALK Firit growth weod,
♦4.75 a cord. 0. MeDtde, Ht 8ta itreet
net, Pbone tl. if
FOK HALK Hbubarb roots, bast in
portad Kngliih lead, D. lloldiworlh,
(iardaa avaaua, Capilano. i.f.
FOB HALK ■ Furniture, ilmost new,
of 4 roomed (ouse. Will tall ihca|i.':ii:i
171b itreet tod Mahon'W. 3-1
FOB HALK - Up to datf ehickee coop
(Corning tyslan plan), IH feat by It
ttet; rear t leet, front 7 (eat; droppiag
board 6 by II lml Baiiefl op Uve feat
from ground,and ran be easily loaded
en wagon. 'Also three eaeepllooally
tm pure B/ 0, Wblla Ugboru maiaS.'
lit UU iimt- ' H-U
 y. _
WANTKD-Ut, wllbig ten ininulet
of Lonadale IbealrrJ nm-i be c'natp.
Boi  A174,  Vum <'ilie.- '3-1
WAN TKI I A woman lo de Dome,
work evety Balurday. Andy Mill Hi:
Weal, moruings befort 10, or tveningt
after 7.    Mailam llumpbrtyt. If
LOB7 AMD FOO|TD
l/MT—A tptniil puppy, bitek wilb
white frout. Long Ull. Fluder pleaaa re
tero to 881 Hidgeway. jtl-ll
MIST   lin».-,„ Mil, tnd let -tre.-i
on Bt. Oeorge'i avenue, lady'i brperb.
Btturo to Ksprm Ollice.
;u
MUT IH) on Kaiilinidi' batWaaa
Hainliow title end Al title. Fiiider
pltaae return to Bainbow Oaf t.l Be
ward, .   - 3111
KUWSU,AlfBOUI
I'ure milk aoppllcd from  oui  owe
rowa.   Norlh   Va'nrouvM   Dairy,  I'pp-
I, V, o. v &,
r
Well bred Mock bull ki
Wilkins, i H| ilmni
W. II.
l.f.
^V
 1"
Oirl, ill, wn.ilil like lo) Ini'l nl u.nk
Apply Boa A lid, Kspriat^—S
TO KXi'AVA Idii.-
lbe imlli you have,
yardi.
Wc will lake all
Wallaca, Hbip
If
ica Hhi
Fer tut walih nul jewelry work go
lo (iio bomtrion, tha uew jewelry itore
at   143 Umdale  Annul
Hhoft lime loam ou vtraat or im
provtd properly. Bier Loan ('oupony,
tvi lltitiugi, Vancouver. If.
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MUM i TO l/IAN. Mune) foamd
on ditmondi, jewelry, futt. Sta, f,oau
Co, tU Haitingi, Vancouvtr       t.f.
OD-FIr ilove\»(»iJ U per
13 per lemel. t^i'.i.iw.i.ii
onl. ilea n:i4ffi'heui ""■
FIHKWOOli
load, Urk,
♦I-Vi per card. Hex .'i^i'
C.O.I). I'rompi dtlivary.
Modem healed spartinenli of 4 room
Rverylbiag convenienl, (,'olomal Apart
ine,ill, 8lh ilreel it.I Kni|Uin A|>erl
in.'iii :'. phont Himi
Und Clearing and Orading Uls,
I'ttt Amlruii, Oontrtl Contractor. 6*
wtr .'onaaetioat a iptcitlly, btaamtnt
tad nll.tr Bi.aillni, work undertaken
Kiliuiilct frtt. ISO 18th strut wttt,
Nortk Vaacouver, pott oflte boa IM!.
'Geo. Love: ^-^t^TO^^^e,
AmtioiiMr aud Furniture Doalar
IIN Flnt atrtti Waat. OppoelU Bmplrt.
Wi buy icll or cirhinge icrond htod
furniture, md everything appertaining
lo hounkeeping A good tiiertmcul
to cboie (rom AuclloB ealrt urefully
loniluclcd ^Fifteen yeart' i'i|wrienct.
I'roiupl iilllifnciila
NOT DfOUOR OFBBATOM
Bailway tad Wlrelatt Ooscaraa Halt
<f layman le Trtotnll Mtattftt
I  «M l.ll. S IIII.N   »|T   HtCaiMVM
bal   Die
Tftr-TTffttfiitnrTiy i.u..,,, at ibr „,,i|i,
I Hale.el  ||,   ||„   ||,|||,|,  i'i.Iu,,,!,!,  ,),
■ills nf Rtcimbti ltd,, iht, It can
..led In io fir aa ilu. aamt n-lai,,
In n.i rollowlni dctirllied landt ao ai
In permll 0/ (lie ..,„ ot Ibt ilinl...
•tanding   I hi nun
"Tliei porllon ol Ul  No. (14, Orouu
I. Ncv   «Veali,ilniiier Dlalrlcl, nol cov-
•rid dy Ul No 1610 ...
nf Ul No ISil, (Jiouu
Iliile.l.i   lllilrlel
........ nol cov-
tlio He.e.n, Hair
New Will-
B. 0. Li vtry and Board ateblee-
Lighl rigs and ladies' saddle barest
Ipi bin. Stabling fer boriaa. Ota
tial delivery aad heavy teaming. Jl
Duaiti, 4tb ilrett waM. I'booa 147 If,
Aaiborlrad agent Ipf Singer Bew
lag Macbina Coaipaay is Nortb Van
couvcr. J. 1. Me Ale era, Dry Ooodt aad
OanW Vurniibiug.i, roraer Flnt and
lAoadala Avtnue. t.f.
Wilb utw Mural laws in iteel re
■lulrlng rallwaye aad tblpi to bt pre
> ide i wilb mon lilegrtpb aad wlrt
leu op«ralori, there ii a wilatprttd
•rarrlly ef Mao aad woaea lo work
Ihe keyi. Tbt rommtrtlai Ulegrtpb
rorapaniii ere alga feeling Ibe abort
tgt. AH aet going vtteale are aow
r."|iiired te tarry (wo eparalore, where
r - P"   "**   l'r"""'   sufleisat   btfore.
— IBcheoWifor ttltgrtpb optraion trt
gndiag ik eilrimily dilllrull to nieil
ihe iljniia^a of ill brtntkae of (hi
u-tvlcif Tht Mom Trltgrtpb Corn
pany, tepoaite Ibt Orpbiuru tbatlri,
Btalllt, tiiN gladly mailfou, upoa rt
qaeat, a catalogue outlining lhe
constat for,mm and women, Thie le
tha largest! whoe) al tin kiad la lao U* to
Northwaat. «l-lij6r
• oi.iiii.-iuliit al ibi miria-iwal cor-\
n.i ef U   No  JSJS. New WtllmlnilerV
Dlilrlcl; ibinca „.„ii, u cltlne ibu
IS llnlii    Ilience  will   H cbalni ami
II  llnlii.. mora or lew., lo  lln mi
bwundaiy of Ut No ttl; ig,ll(, ,,uii,
I ilialna ami SO llnka l; (bi'aoullimil
coiner   «r   uid   lul.   m,nr,   wttt   I
ilialm ind it link! lo lln rraillmial .
noilhwl corner of Ul No (It, llienie
ii.uili alnnn lhe eaalarly bounilai,  ol
lln Mid lull* ileal.,. a„,i Jl llnki ti, a
noil in.il.liii an anale „r lbe aaid lol.
liiinil ml apma tne I
\
Houie Boyi wtalid fer Iht Kipnit
Apply Ibis oBti
tbijiii nil alone life Ouundan ut tin
•aid lol It . Iialna, mor, orTtaa, lo a
fliillunal linllll nil aiefli,r,f aald lol,
llfcint uuilb alona tlie wm boundary
ol Ut No llll i dlalanei of ir, chains
andia llnkl'inore or lua io lhe oolnl
of inniiirncimcnl. conltlnlni by ad-
mruuraqiti.1 le icrtt, mutt at lata
I'oiiimirttlna tl Iba moil norlberl*
mn III rail inrtiei ol Ul No ill, Ntw
Wfilm(ri(»> Dlilrlcl; tuenee till II
'bill,;. Ilirocy loulb |i, cbilni, Ibence
oil tt ib«ln*i linn,, loilh se cbalni
lo 10 inali of aal.I Ul No III. Ilience
wetltrly will »orl|iirl» tlong Ibi
boondillri of tald lnl l„ ibe nolnl nt
tnmmeniemeni. .onlalnlna : - admeu-
uii-iuriii l|( tent, mure or lew
ruuii,,,,ulna n u,, norlh-oMl eor-
nir of Ul Ni (7(, N«w Wealinlntltr
f/ltlrltl, (byn.e muil. ilon.  lbe iui
boiimiir, of euid Ui No (ri »cbalna
mnttli Ittl. lo lbe norlb-weti cornir
o/T I, No II4II; lltue/.ail It clnlnt
Ibeno norlb II rbalnti Ib.nto will
H rlwlne motf et_leaa,rt> fhe loulb-
Ibenci norlb il cbalnt; Ibenci Wi
IS rtwlnt mora or leu, lo Ibe louli
attl iorn»r ni 1»( Nb (IS. iben
wul IS i lulni. mure Or 'lllil. ilol
[Ibe "uuili boundiry-of tial No (ID
Ibi polnl of comnitniiiminl; conlilnli
le'lia
II 10
ulna
meiMirameni ll'Tcrii, ~ino!ra"oi
ijmtUvm
Vllctt,?it>B0i',,Diiaiher llila„ il
Wmi W
\f.
rv
AT WEST SAND & GRAVEL
COMPANY, UMITED
MAUMtN
All KINDS OF BUILDING MATERIAL
ti .
Ofleai M Lonadale Avenue.,
North Vancouver, 8. 0,
Plione 111,
Bunkers, Wharf aud Warehouse,
St. (Merge aud Esplanade.
Plioue 178.
RENTALS
■T"
Keep Your Eye on
Our RENT CARD
Wa hnve liouatt to rani at all prlcas, and in avary purl of lha city;
alao guud buelneae nlamla at low rentals.
Wu are epeclallela In managing rental propei-llea for both raaldenl
uud oul of (own nwiiera Our aiiiluihciiia and remltlancea ara aunt
liromptly avary inmnh  and, and no Uulall ut Ihia aneclal claaa of
nervier   i'Mei,|u «   UIII'   III lilll lull,
HUTCHISON, COMPSTON & CO.
fl l.oaadale Av.eue
BHkTAI, »PHI)iAI.HTI
l'hono IIS
Nurd. Vaueouver
North Vancouver Business
and Professional Cards
LOCAL IMpaoVBMBNf AammtB«|T ICHHRVLN
•I)
OONTRAOTOBS
Kepairing, Hemodelllng, Bin, l'romvt-
|y .ui. ml. il tn.
Betimgtea Furnished I'm
J. W. BAKER
III IIM*'!   CONTRALTOB   W
Ufflce: HI.-.Minimi A Unlit factory,  V.s
'   I'liiii.nie   1'bona  III.
Haaldeneei  Allan  Houd, Lynn Valley.
I'. 0. Boi 10, Lynn Creek   Pbone
wit.
NORMAN WILSON
Saildmg PouiVaatpr
All 1-lai.i.i'k of-hmiiea and itore building., liili'.' fialurej, tie.
136  I2tb Hire.'!   K.
North Vancouver, 11, C.
,'iii'i I'euder SI. W.       l'bona He/, ittl
■I.  ■ ■■■""    ■
CIVIL   LNOINEBBI
f
V...
ANGUS J. CAMERON
a.m.i.r.. * a.
CIVIL ENGINEER
plaai
and
liiiiiat drainage a i|M«ialty, ■ P. 0.
Il.n 344, ifitli alrtat weet ol litwick.
Avaout.
-X  I
CAB1NLTMAKEKB
Irrigation,   drainage, Itvale,
and i|ic'ilica(imii.    Septic
W. NIELD
IIOUSK PAINTING, KALSOMININQ
AND  PAFEKHANUINO
,—       r'
i'or First claaa Work sea
ANDREW WALKER
114 Second Stroet, near Lonadala
P. 0. Boi il
near
2*9)1
PHOTOOBAPHBBS
CARBUTT
Studio   ovtr   liaak   B. N. A.
Lonadala ud Kaidaaade
Sheet Mela! Works
Pint Btrstt But of Lonadala
Loweit pricea and bast work guana
laed on tinning and ahset metal work.
SAW PILKBS
Osblust Maker and Carpenter
Will undertake all kinde ot wood work,'
repaid, ate.
Fourth Btreet and Sutherland Avanua
P. 0. Boi aooa
NOBTH VANCOUVEB
BAW 1'II.EE AND OB1NDBB
All kindi of saws hied aud eat on tbt
ahortaat notice.   I.ami moweri, kuivea,
hedge shears aud acieiori iliarpeuai|. All
work guaranteed, moderate pricei.
-D. DOWIE
1134 Lonadala Avenue Phone In
....
J. E. HAYNES
Inul Lonadale Avenue, North
Vancouver
Cabinet maker, pu lure fraum and
jobbing wurk aud repair! of all kimlt
lle.igiin ami lulimalea auliinltieil Kur
nilure liougbl, lold aud repaired. I'liuuu
1,147.
0B00BB8
J. H. ENGLISH
P. K. GBOOBB
Ami general Comniietion Merchant, 13
'on.'llli Ave., Nurtli \'aurouvtr.
Phone lii'
WATOHMA
HMAK-2B8
Jl you, Welch itopping or keup. ig
irregular timet   If so, sea «
A. J. HOOD
Pioneer Jeweller, fid Uuniile Avenue
Lyon Valley Temperance Hotel
Nortb Vancouver
On (he rar Hue. Iluoin and board.
liniel ai-'iiniiunilaliiin for working men,
I'milrai-liir'i men taken. Single intali
|j\|l II. KAHTCOTT, Proprietor.
ft
CLEARANCE SALE
AT THE NORTH SHORE GROCERY
f
i
Wa muat dii;ljie ef eur tntiri itock of holldaj goods at mm
ae come bare and save mamy. ■/ ■ •
NOTB -Coni|tieocliig the'ind ef January, this stors will ba
operated an a caab baala and ever/tiling sold at cub pricea
equal ta any otoral la Vaaaauvar, ee If jeu ,bavt Ust csab cope
hers. Wa can eVve some of It foj you and- also give yen the
baat ef eervie* and tka beat quality, of goads.
COME AND TRY US I
W
•:
=x
NORTH SHORE GROCERY
1Mb aad Laaedele t. W. MUT \     Phona MT
n*.
tjpftm Of* CDVIW DP BKVISKIIK
NOTIOB that tbe Asttwroijnl fbsljidulei, ajipea
thu land I
eel out am.
of tha ownera of enalr la
[one Works of Ueal Irtikovemebt haielnufie
.. f d en each |ot or parcel of lund and (he nemel
ep far »a 11 a aume c»n be uacertelned from Mm
mi
laat ruvlni) Aaaoaamenl Roll and otherwise.
ANH TAKE NOTIGIS that a Court of Hevlllon Of tl
lllalilel of North Vancouver will be held pn the fstilay of .hn,...,,
hour of 10:60 In the forenoon at Ihe Municipal Hell, Lynn Valley
ilia said Municipality lor the purpose nf hearing comidaipta usaliiot the
Assessments and for revising and collecting said asaeaeniente
Municipality of the
ebruary. lei"
ALL NOTICqS of appeal muat be aarved
ollice at the Municipal Ma"
■i, at the
Hoad, n
the auld
W, Harnlitpri'tf.
rrow, Jfamllion <J
ill, Lynn Vallej., Boa
at leaal t daya prior to auoh Coprl of Revision.
upon the Oiairict Clerk at his
oad, Norlli Vancouver aforesaid,
JOHN 0. FARfoljSB, O.M.O,
far It*
Jie.kTf y tvit \.iV.U affffg" *m> *r mm*mw**
the llnvereniirl llu.,I tram
aame le a
-r
l   £5
Am
tn
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Culllliliruiiua,
Culllphrunaa,
liurrlll, Wm.
Ilililaun, R, .■
Iwiuili. H. W.
I'eurann, Jaa, ...
I'r.iliinl. Uniiiiii I J
Sulton,   Kaeler   .
arr,   Paul   	
Stuart A Barker
Adams,   R.   	
Weatover,   P.   ...
Hm II, Chaa.  K.   .
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is 17 si    1,11   I i
Hewllt.  Oren   P.   ..
Vermin,  Minnie   F.
Aduma, tiles Kmllj
Ailuma, Htaa Kmlly
Weatover, IJ.   ......
Westover.   P	
i'iii liun, Mra. F ...
I'liiiiiin, Mrs F. ...
Weelover, TT~m
Parry. Harry ...
r.'inni le ' I J, .
• 'ni ml. Iii'i J,
Plnnell,      Wm.
Burrlll,   Wm.
Harrla, Fred  ....
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186.40    .
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I,,.. Vallty Head lu Ibi lluval Boad aad laaradaml.lair aame to a wldlk
of ll Itt, kelwtte dliek.a.
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liiirauii, I'litnr .
Wesluvur, Ure.1 Mary A.
Waatover, Mra. Mary A.
Huasluy, A. F. ,,,...
Ili-mliiraiin, Kulpli.....
Hurry * Paae .......
Hnllanil, Harry	
Holland, Harry  	
Stuart A Barker ....
Adam.l, B	
Weatover, P. .,	
Westuver, P.   	
Westover, P.  	
limn    Hdieh   A   Bond
Corpn. ,	
Salmon, K ii. ,"."	
Salmon, O. 11	
fuel uver, P 
lill.lVi'l. P ,.,.
uslover, P.   .,-	
liuvul, John M	
I'unuillau Financiers ..
Kdwurda,  Carl   ..',,.
Sale, L. / !,
Mra. Juiajih Hosklna A
l'l.  11   Hewitt  	
linii i iniini, Frank ....
Watera, F	
Cainiiliell,   U	
kldd. F. A	
I'rmii. Mra. Flora M.
Prout, Mra. Flora M.
Newman, B. I,	
Newman, B. L	
Uvea A King  	
Bvea A K ng 	
lives & King  	
ICvea A King	
lie inlil,iiiiii, Fred ...
Underwood, F,  ......
Underwood, F	
I'.nin.  L	
Archibald. Henry ...
luiilinii, Mra. M. J. .
Latimer. Mrs. M. J.  .
iii.ii.n;. L. M	
Arnuld,   A.   F	
Tuaaell, W H	
Tasseil, W. 11	
Slmiisun, W	
■ .ilu n    SalllUe
Cohen. < Bamue
■ I... i.iii.i n   B.   .'...
Muiilo,  F   H	
Hi liinial.l, Ura. U
JCruwford, Mra. 3.
Krlckaun, Peter ..
Klckham. T   J    ,.
■'i awful ii. j. p, ..
.luiiiaclil. Burton
ii "in.'r lei Burton
', ■ liiinil   A	
beaaley, A. F	
.Uinui   i in luiiun  	
Burrlll, Mra Wm ..
Burrlll, Mra Wm. ...
u.n imli.   Paul   D.   ..
Parka, Joseph	
M.I.cuil.  Francis and
Weiiaiui, J. B	
I,uieenl, Louie 	
M. I., .ni   Francla  and
Wabalar.   J.   B	
Telford,  ti.  3	
Narr,   Kilia   	
Narr,   Frlta   	
Narr,   Paul   	
Farrar, Arthur 	
m. i'.ii Ln...   Mr	
Lloyd, Oeorge A Co.
ltoberteon, Mra.  K   A
Mache.  A „.«,
l..'iiiu,s   Hugh   li    ■ •
Knycrull, Ulaa   	
Iluy,infi. Mlaa  	
McKlllglll.    Ju"	
Hawkaworlh, Oeo.   ..
Hi ceeoii.   A.   S	
i 'i m.il. i Stanley —
i'i..».i.-i. Mlaa II...
Brown, Minnie B.
Walaer. Mary  	
Mann,  lueuln   	
Mann.   Louie   	
Salvua.n.   Slgvorl   a
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Woodman, Uay  	
Horn.  Slock  A  Bond
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Hieliblnga, J. W	
Hielildnge, J. W	
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Jones. Mre. Clara B
Junta. Mra. Clara B
Jonia.  Mrs   Clara   ll
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ftawford, J P
"ffrawford, J. P
Crawford, J P
Crawford, j. 1'
McTavisb Hie,;,
Tusiell, W. II
Tuliell. W. II
inin li     Siiiuili,
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Far Ik. cltiriM aad nadiaa lo lla fall Wldlk ef Ikt t'ariehreokt Unas fruu.
I.aaidal. Av.au. fo Ik. lu.H .aal eurarr uf Sll...* al, lll.lrlll lul mul,
aad ■aeadaaalalx mbh It a wldlk of it Ittl utlwna dli.-kr..
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Scull.  B   A	
I'iainii.   Augueta   ...
Fui,   Klliabeih   ,...
Iiulimi   Wm	
Iilekenaun. Kvelyn J
Pill, Ura   Bobt.
llulil.d.   Wm	
Illaikadder, 11	
IllaekaHder. 11	
fllui liuil.li i.  II
li.llll I     eel    NO
couver  	
I.u ii. i.   Blanch.  C
Hodge,  B.  M.   .....
liiiiiK.II. Mrt. >. F.
Nelaon, ('haa	
N>e. T. U	
rth Van-
IT-9.I
tn ib. .!..,!■« aa4 aradlaa l« Me fall  wldlk ef  Ih.  MS  Vall.i   Huad
la.Haa. I i"k Brlda. I"  lha Ntrlfctra  Btaadary  of lllilrlel
ejuradaail.laa ease Itt a wldlk ef tt teat aloafa Ike auulb
•f Ikt Tiammi, aa aald road au far aa aald TraMway n-
avelllaa team ie e wldlk  af le feel  la  tkr nalre of Ike
.11 1,
Ike tail r,.»i,.,
1.
y
ll.IIIIUW.il,
Mrs  J
Mii. nenlil.'ii, H   K
lluchuiwn. V. . ■
Walaon, Arihur
Wateon, Arthur
Watson, Arthur
Oardln.r, Joseph
Wong. Lock ..
Wong. teOCK •..
Linnon, Jamea
John   ISII
Tot
w.
i     ,,4,}f
..Ull,,,,.,     J,
"r'.mme; J.
I'l-omine,
' n-ow, Hami
rrow, JTaWI
lirfftrpy. Waiter':::;;
lar. Mre. |va B, • •
agnon, ft g	
jnon, | I 	
aknon, r a 	
oreyth,  Frank   ......
mm, p. s ,,,,,'
Weatley, H.  ■.,,.,,.,
Wglson, Arthur O	
Poran, Oordon J,.,',,.
Dom. siopk  A Bond.
corpn.	
,M,ienii|,lileii,
Muanaghten,
Lu
Su in li.
Alliln
Win.
Wm.
T
luihell.
Nurdill
Nulilln,
Nordln,
Brown,  Hy.
Brown,  Hy.
.Oregory, C. At
Oregory, C. Ai
Iiiui,iniuiiii. Chaa.
I mu ..im.i un   Chaa	
Kent.  A. I	
Huth.   W,   3	
Ollimn,   V/m.   H	
(illuwii.   Wm.  H	
HcTuvlih Broa	
Crawford, J, P. Co	
Criwford, J  P. Co.~v
Mu.  le .1.1.      Iliiiili,,
■■!»'  Ii"ll.ilil       I'J.elill,,'
Brown. Mra Hlale M...
Curaeadden. La.ira ...
Tlllulaon.  Juaepli   ....
Alil.i.ll.  A. C	
Hlauffer. ti.   II	
i uii.li Francae. B
III, Milium, I'i 1 ....
Mm»nu Etna , .>v....
lii-i'i'iiwiinil, Mlse Ance
Voung, Ulsa A N \.
HcTaVlah Bros   .'..,.\_y
■ lu. la lie fall wUlk al ikt i.iaa Vallir Hoad fraaa laaanalktra
> uf lll.i.li-i I.ii kll It ik.  aoilktfa  li.,u.,l..,  uf  ..id
tat tkt eltai
boaadary
l.ul aad aradlaa aad (ravelllaa aaaae it tilt a roadbed it tee
clear uf dllckte.
Iil.nl.i
la nldlk DAnix ur nttmuim
Capital Paid up     ..  IT. \.  UfiMM
Besefro and IfndtvMed Proftta    W,«to,000
TotaJ^ieetaj'..  V (- ^1116,000,000
T* CJf provid* against a possible HJtalny
K
frum wort
bar" is not tbt unly rsMoYw
saving.  A bar'
and secujllyiha't Beepe ypur mind tree
*»K'' regular aavlnul.   A han't accMiiit
glvesiyuu Ilia.rilling of InnepeteMnce
ny—lhat  mabea  yod   better
ui'l.'  to  nt  the world on an even
fooling and. lo take advantage of o|i-
pnrti|rilllit that cume your war'
uiU'ii your' iii'ieniiiii at tlie Bank of
IliilllUtiill, wllem eourteotlt, etliclenl
liiinftflig service la provided for tne de-
iiiisli' nl ptiall, nn well an large, ac-
ouuiiia
luil   ie uap'lniii our Safety lleiiuall Hux
Hyaluni.tllenlaluiuilei'iii,:.   '
O. Q. At.*VMN, Agenl,
Hurlk   Vancuuver
MIAN
VCI.FIC
The il Wc Highway
AuruM rar roullurnl
Through ticket! to al) inula of tlia
world .'I lowuHt rutu!.
Tl>e |n>pulur ruute It) Ihu
014 C'uiiN.r),
llawill,
AiBtralU,
>huka,
i li lu*.   UUll
Jiyan-
Tlie muit iip-tu-tlulu i:.mi .'uviir
Iwlv.'tien Vancouver autl tliu Kuhi.
Fur rttia, rtiaryatloni uml all
furthi'i' Information upi'ly io .J.
MON. i'lty. PuHHtiiut-r Aki'IH. Ut
M....IUI, HI., or II W. BROIHK,
O.l'.A., Van&uver,
(Sty
Woodyard |
( '
VIVM CLASS  OQBDWOOD
11.6(1 PBB COED
Stove wood, 16 In. 13.26 per load,
IS lu. $3.60. Prompt delivery.
Plione 666, office and yard. Comer
1th aud Malinn Ave. tf.
n..m-  *.  mm..*.   ".»•«,»
By A, ¥• DavlH Ogdan
'
Thu ipeclal allculinu uf Blotters .is
drawn to llu- pruv-'isiuui of lecliou 1 ni
lhe "Municipul I.ieul inns Acl \ineiiT
 nl   Ael,   Vli'l, which  reads a. '/i.-l
lulls:
/*' "i.\case lhc repiatcred holder nf tbe
fee and |he registered vendee under an;
Agrcenien',' I'ur Hulugrc bolli ownera la.
dellneil iu nn. An)'of the name lend
ur leal pruperi;.'. Ihey Lull liulii Lave
the i.:ilii to have their name, entered
ou the wilnrs' li.l, but the 'wider|
alone iliall have lha. riglfl  In vul' ul
It Is so fatally easy for a misunderstanding to arise,
.liihimnu, galloping swiftly through;
tlte   long   lane of ovorarehjng  June
preen, was muaing somewhat, bitterly
upuu Ihis fuel.   It was ovor a iiipnth,
now sinfo he had seen Helen Grannie,
llll. which had done a great deul
uni ipiickiining a spark hitherto pet
entirely, recognized iuto a vivid Iinme.
nil tried l» sue her, but unsuccoss-
fully! and  pew  bis    thoughts   were
brooding, es so often before, over that
last unfortunate meeting.   Was he U
blame or shel  Yet  how coulil tho
feult be hist ,
Ouce again hu went back meutally
to Hie beginning tliiif ih,v when be
Inlel telegraphed to ask if abe would
ridei They hail ufluii spoken of su ilu
iug, and Ihis hud been his first opportunity. The answer bad been that she
wouhl' lie ul the club ul 1 o'clock, .lun
uu, promptness itself, cantered over
rum the stable al 4 precisely. There
lie waited. I|e waited unt ii hulf afler
1; he '"'Uiie' i until a quarter to 6.
There was no sign of Hiss Oranuis
Al IhsI reluctantly iiu rode toward lln
purk, wondering what coulil have hap
pencil. The iii. I persun he mel, walking her hnrsii slowly down the main
drive in the ifjrei'tion of the gate, was
lhc girl herself, uiul willi her, talking
eagerly, wts nsiisunii' Sinclair, tho
man uf ull ..tin i v.Iuuu Johnson musl
detested.
For a niuuii'iil .IiiDv.suii lied slared
really incredulous, unable lu trust
eyes.
Then, with a luniiul lifting of his lul,
lie wus past, llie mii. red uibuiiling lo
uniler'his hand tiled in the ollice uf the j his cheek ami rage in his sW Had
cily clerk, waives ur renounces his'she forgotten lhe engagement,*or bad
right In vule, in which caae Ihe vsodsil alio deliberately throw^u. him over for
shall be entitled lo vole, .provid".! ho Siifclair—Sinclair witlrtlls millions, who
has all llie requisite ipiuliGi^liuns ul u could give her everything!
voter.* \ e    In Ibe sudden blackneea revealed by
Purina of waiver in term* of lhe li"' Hush of jealo'is) Jobneon realised
above pruvisiun may be obtained frmu fur tho lirsl lime huw much Ihis slum
tbe undersigned. ,'ler, dainty girl, wiln her pretty little
W AI'BTIN HIKIWN air of slalolineis, tneanl In him.
City  Clerk '    "'' '""' 'lur'"J' C"1"' " m''° delete
• i   llic iinpiil.se whieh hud made him bow
11 illl Tend puss uii looked lhc height uf ridi
  i-iiliiusni's...   Of cuurse, there wus some
mistake. Why bail he nut stopped ami
aaked borl iiul, although he turned ui
j mice, it was tuu~latc; Ino two hail van
j isl'icl.
I He lunl telephoned thai niglil. Hiss
Qraunis was uui for dinner. He huil
called tin' noil afternoon. Miss (Inin
| imi municipal electiun, unless he, uu ur
I before ll.e day of elecliun, by writing
AI'STIN HHOWN,
City clerk
Cily Hull,
Nurlh Vancouver.
PATENTS
In all iuniiu,li«  Aak for our 1NV'i-:n-
Tult'S AI A'l il lll.wlilcb will be lout Irte.
MAMON « HAKION,
3S4 Unlv.r.lly St., Montreal.
There Will be a Victrola
in Your Home This
Christmas if You Buy
'Kites***'
he Victor Victrola
mn-mt
and FIFTEEN DOUBLE SIDED
RECORDS. YOUR OWN CHOICE
$33.50
Over 5000 Records to choose from.   You can learrh the whole world over and not
, find another gift lhal will bring to much pleasure to every member of the family.
Victor Victrolas from $20 'to $250
Come in, wiite ui, or telephone your order today.
_______________
Walter F. Evans & Go.
Wholliale Wareroomi.    \ytli\ Victrola Parlors,    ivjail Order Department.
526 Halting Street Weit       ' Vancouver, B. Ce
Ml*
afler, when hu had tried cal|inr»W
inure, lha house was closed. He found
that the faiplly had departed fer their
ciyiiitry.plepe-
' dohnson was l» despair, Imt it was
net entirely a l»'l thing for hlm; it
taught hip) a lot.
Asho turned In now »t tha Nawlunds
place ami dropped on" bis lni|ee apuio
one moving down by the Uaaii eourt
i.iiil.li'nlc briinphl Iiiu heurl into ilis
month. OnplA it lie shel Ho know
that Miss Gfaniiis and Ida Nowlgnda
were greet friends. .Was it possible
she migbt he etoppiug here for a weok
end! Wltb tingling pulses he went forward, It waa-it wasl Ami be might
never have kpowul Somehow, ha managed lo answer properly the greetings
of Ida and tbe men grouped about, tbeu
he turned to Miss Qranuia,
Ho was unreasonable euougjti to lie
disappointed fhen thc girl gavo hlm
merely a conventional smile. He felt
that he was tho unu with the rigbl to
be angry. Ida Newla|nls looked sharply at them holh. Hhe knef Iloleu
iiii.iiiiiu well enough lo Tnviiie lhat
euiili. iinni: hail occurred.
Nuw, as she saw Johnson, after a moment, turn asiile, her iiiuible wil leaped
In a sudden guess uf llie Irulli. Ami
as she caught iluliiisou's liush us Hiu-
'Inn came across the lawn hur conviction   deepened.   Hut  what  coulil    he
lluiicf     III  lltUl   lusl   linllll ll   Sim lull  llll'l
lieen pushing his advantage hard. Hhe
knew Ihut Helen was wavering, bla
did uul iiiii'.' Sinclair; il was her
brolher wliu lunl uskcil him today. Ami
she did like Johnson. Wilh a swift
inspiration she jiimjeil lo her feel.
"Let's have some tennis!" sho eg
claimed. "Helen, I will challenge you
unl ilr. .Ii'i.i. ". lo Iry lo beal Mr.
Sinclair umi myself. Here's yuur ruck
et," pretending not to aee the girl's
reluctance ll waa Ihe only way she
i inil'l think nl' lu liriug Ihem together.
Johuaoii iniilil put up n (.'uiul game.
lie huh lllll, wilh lung legs ami .tins
lhal. aueiped tu nicer every corner of
lhe court. And Helen hail a clean,
telling stroke, Ninrlair, huwever, was
un mean adversary. Thoy Would have
lu play up. Ilul .lui.i. u.. was nol
thinking of tenuis. This wus iiis
chance. He must make the musl ul il
befure ahe joined thut mattering group.
As lie liruuglil llie bulls lu Miss Gran
iiis fur her service he luoked down' ul
her for a uiomeiil.
"Why ilid yuu nul cume lu the club
that dayt" hp aaked abruptly. "I walled and waited"—
"Waileel!" echoed the girl.
"Why"
"Hi'uelv1" interrupted tiiuelair, mul
Helen Hashed u ball over ljic ucl. .lulni
sun, ins e.'.iii beginning In beal fust,
tightened ihe grip un lm racket. There
liii-i been surprise, iiuinislakable sur
prise, iu Helen 's eyet.
"Iiiil ymi uul cxpei'l tne lu meet yuu
ul llic clubf" lie demanded as they
changed ruurts.
"Vuu lusl lliut puinl," was the iui
j uiu ni response. "No, uf course unl.
I always moiipl ul the park entrance."
"llui thc iiiuiii said''—penistcil
Jubusuu.
"Then III
be careful!"
liirnfcLbgll
A Vrunge deiire not to be hcutcu hail
sinlilcnly sprung In life in her jpla.it
They must win ihis sel, she and John
son. They musl mil be beaten by Mill
clair. Hhe looked across the net at Ins
red, rather heavy face, Could she
marry lnml Her family had hoped
fur ii. He wus a aplendid match, uf
Kuuisi- ami yel what did Harry Julm
lun mean by asking> why she bail nut
coma |u ihe clubf Mi. bail laid Hit
maid lu say thai she wuubl be al Ihe
park entrance ami I heu lo telephune
the club fur ncr hurse.
"Waited there an nuur," said Julin
aim. "Ami then lu meet you coming
out uf tbe park-Willi auulher maul
Wbal could I llunl. I"
, "All!" said the girl, wilh a ipuck
Igdrawn breath. I'ouldn't he bave
knuwn that she was uuly walking ncr
Hurt' up ami duwn while ibe wai dl
The 't||ecling wilb Sinclair had Men
pure .hum i' Hhe, loo, hail Waited,
growing more ami more annoyed Willi
Ihe awkward poaitien in white pin
found herself; aiiunyeil alio ly t-u,
•'V.iit'r tu i'l inc.. bii polite * ui: lii. ami
men tu have Johnson appear, raiic hii
bal and pail enl The girl bit her lip
again Bl the memory.
Tben suddenly aa ahe caught Ibe luok
in hia eager, earncal eyee her owu
aoflened. After all, be bad a bad limo
loo. And all through thai stupid Marie's having tbe nicmgca confused,
With an impulsive gesture she turned.
'' Oo pley I'' the ciclalncd. " Ha muil
gel this set."
Sinclair, raihcr sulky at being forced
to play on a bot afterooan, Jiad hither
to not chosen In exert himself, letting
Iho games go te his adversaries, but
uow ba waa beginning te ba interuated.
if Ihey were to |Sin, Jubnaon nasi son-
centralc. And Johnson, all at ance in-
fscted by something is tba girl 'a bib
gyrate oi an unwup.au leuiiun tu mo
air. strove hia utmost unavaijiugly:
Johnson, liis inoulli shut hard, played
as though nihscled wltb steel, I,pyo
ivei   Helen vai breathless, her lips
parted.   I.ovo sill   Bell
With a great sigh Juhnsou faced her.
"We've wont" he whispered exnll
ingly, .inni lumi enough for her to hear.
Iluliiii, hor eyes unfathoinuble, glniiced
for n moment across ai Sinclair—Sinclair with bia millions. Thep, the
sweetest, li'iiilcri'st smile curving her
mobile mouth, she lifted her faee to
Johnson. •
"Vps," s> said softly, "a lovo*
match."
iiiuiii was mistaken.    An
us he nearly missed a te
Scientific Principles 4t
Foreitry
Dr. ll. I!. Fornnw, Dean of the I'm
ulty uf I'mesiry ii) the lluiveraity uf
i uiiiiilii will issue very iborlly a uuw
uililion uf Iiis " Economics uf I'm. .ii. '
of which Iho llllli iuiniini is iniln I-,
esbauileil. Tho book is the standard uf
the Knglish speaking wurlil un thia suli
ject, as Dr. (.eruuw is not unly lhe
llrsl iiu Inin ulli educated i.n. 1.1 in
America, but was the inspirutiuu ul con
versalionists iluring his thirly years'
work iu /In' Uniled Stales ami I'au
ada. A romploluly uew set of stalls
tics oil the development uf forestry
practice all uver Ibe wurld, ami in
particular t!anaila, will be embodied in
the naw work.
Dr. Fernow'a principles can lie slated
briefly as fullows:
1. Pnresla grow to be used.
2. Nul all forest growth is desirable and In be maintained, i.e. where
lbe furesl  gruws uu lamls suifol fur
agriculture.
.'I. In iin- virgin forest there leprae
tlcally no growth, I'ur limber ruts us
iust us il gruws.
1.   Forests  arc  self  perpetuating
iiiii.ii will produce forests if man doss
iut destroy Ihem.
6. Tiie forester is needed In direct
he wurk of nature—lo see Ihut no rut,
nu lire luss occur ami lhal Hie l,esl
jroHlli conditions are mslntained.
8.   Forest crops are slow crape—in
iiiiii'iii. for Instance, il lakes fron)
eighty to une hundred years lu produce
a crop of saw logs.
". Forcei ry is the business uf the
<inlc or municipality—since il is pru
liable uuly in lhc long run.
A V, WOODYARD
10,000 corda ef dry it wood fpr quick
Wia., Price par odd cords, fi.75. flpn-
■ clal quotations fnr larger quantities.
' 0ut wood, 16 Indies, $3.28. 18 inches
W*W       _c.o.p.'
Offica/ind Yard— 14th and LoniW
Rhone.J90.    P. 0. Boi 2432.
We do moving of till kinds. Givo ue
I trial. We alau bavo heavy teams bl
tha day—express and baggage, or when
yon'wunt wood, cell or phono 87. W*
have a large stock of mill wood HixlU
Inch lengths. Furnace vvuml a specialty
Prompt e|,Jii.iiiu.
NOBTH   VAIfOOUVBB   TBANBFBB
qtMPANY
18 Loimlals Avenue
Pvhouo 1)7.   . Wood O.O.D.
CHURCH NOTICES
NtlHTII v tvruMl,ll
at.   Anlnn'a   I'reabiierlaii   Ckurek,
Kellh H.iii.l Se'iM,,'ui Mornliig, 11:00;
evening, 7:10.   Adult Bible Claaa,   8:10.
.Suinl,i)'iu I I  8:3Q, 1   r :: i' M   Tut.i-
da>i at I p. in.   Prayer  Meetiug, Wed-
lll'lllllj,      at       8      P. 111.        I'iiuii I'M.  lie I'.
Fi Mui', at 8 |i in llev. li.ii.il.l Macleod,
Ulnlater.
Ilrlhuillal   I'Uui.-l,    liiiui i     of   Sixth
and til. Qcorae. Sunday Servicea, 11:00
a, m. and 7:80 p, ni Sunday Schuul and
Bible I'laaa. 3:30 p.m. Senior l.eu«in-.
Munday, 8 y in Prayer and Praise
Ssrvlce, Wednesday, s p. in Junior /
l.eaiiiiiu . liiiiiuliiy all. niiMiii ut 1:30
Paator, W. C. Schlllcher.
II Ajtuea- I'kurek -Corner Twelfth
and Boulevard. Sunduy Scrvlcfca:
Hiniiii., I'rayor, II a. m.; SiindaV
School 8:311 p. In; Evening Pruyer, 7:I0\
p in. Duly <-.in,iiiiiiii.ri. llrsl and third
Sundaya In month, ut li n in.; second
Suinluy In niuiilh. 8 n in llev. Samuel
Fas. M A ' Vicar. t
siii.iiilun tim) i ..I. ,..], Avenue
Suinl.i> icivii.es. 11:00 a in. 3 p. tti ami
I I.'- i m Tuesilay, 8 p.m; Tliuraday,
I p. in Children's Service, Wedneaday,
I p. tn.
Ilaiiilsi    I kurek -Twelfth    und    St.
Ueurge    Servicea ut 11 a n,   und 7:30
|i in Suaduy Schoul und lul I. Claaa
al 3:30 i' m. Prayer and l'rulse Service.
W ..ihu,',!.,;. at 8 p. in. i. I,-. Hev. A.
J. Proaaer. Twelfth uml SI Geurge.
ai. le.nu ike linua.ilsi, Eighth and
i i.ui" i tl Huly Coiiiiniinlon, 8 u.m
Turning Prayer. 11 a. in Evening
Prayer, 7:30 i  m    On llic llisi Sunday
111 lhe nu i.ii. Mui. will'he u i.i,,u,.1
.ui. 1.1,iiiiiii eu the Hnly Communion
at 11 a. m.   I,-   i. i   He i   Hugh llouner.
Bl.  I  mil'>  ' iiili.'ll.'  i Iiuiiii. Sllill   /
and    Muhun    Avenue     Suniluy    in  li J
Muss   and  Sermuti.   10  a iu     Suinlay I
School. 3:30   p. in.    Ilusary  und   Beuc-
dlcllon, 7:30 p. in    Frlduy   Low Mail,
I   a in.    Pualoi,    II,-V    .1    A    iledui-d.
O. M. I
lallau Calkslle • burck , t SI. Caul's.
Uaaa, 7.30 u.m.. Suiiduys    Puslur, Kev
E   I'. . lu'.iii   .-.ll
MITII, E
rrugueal lu run u,..
Tliv 'liiiiuuiiilil,' lhe Minisler uf I'uiiiii Wurka will receive. ii|i lo 13 u'cle-k
noun ui Miiniluy. Ilh uf January'. 1811
uiu,'usals fur Hie purchaae of the
I'uwIc'Kuaulllie engine ulu) .ili.l. Imu iiiii
unu,veil renin llic launch "11 J Skin
nci "
The engine can hv leen al Tuylur ■•
Vuung's lliatlllne ahul'l, (leui^la sll.it
Cual  H.eilei.iji   Vuneuuver
The liglil la reserved tu relecl llle
hlgheal ur any prupuaa)
J   K   nRIKKITII.
Public Wurka Engineer
in i .ii in., ni ul puhlle Worka,
Vlclurla,  11   I',  ..'i.l  llei iniln i   1 So 12
doll
I krlillau Seleaec huclel,—1138 i'Iicb-
i terfliTd  Avenue   Srtvlccai Suniluya. II
.   am.   Wcdlleedaye.   800   p in ,   Sunduy
Sclluul.  10,30 am
MHilll  I.UNIIlal.K
SI.     Ilii.iiiii«     ■ ■"    ulol     1100    uill,
' 3 00 und ii30 |, in     1''   lu   I'ei lln. M A ,
I'lli sl  In clung,,'
l'l val,, I.'I Ian      I kurek    SuililuyB.      II
a ill uiid 7.30 ji iii. Suinlay Stlioul and
Bible Cluaa, I.JO |i in Toachcra' Training Claaa. Wednesday. 7.30 Prayer
Meeting. Wedm-aday. s |> in Uuye'
Club, TTiuraday. 7:30 P in Choir Practice. l-*i I .In >. I p iu 11 Van Muuitiii,
M A . paetur
I.VKN VAII.KV
i'i.an,i.iluu I kureb    Wuraliln, Sun-'
daya.   II   u in   uud   7    P '"     Sunday
Schuul. 2.10 |i in    Paator, llev A, Mac-
Aulay \
Mrlkuglsl tkurek WVlslilp, Sun-
duya. II ii in ami 7 ou '8.in Sundav
g, i'uul. 1 li imii Cialiir.*llev n, F
Bllllmaii
Bl. . ii.n. ui -.
Sunda
>, hn iuii.,-- ie in.'
11 am Sunday Schuul S 30 Pill Even-
imp 7 00 ii in Huly I'mnliiuliluli lecmiil
Suniluy In inuiilli ..I, 1100 mn  ftev ,N
J   Tlli'lnlisull In . Inii ge /       '
Seasonable Suggestion
Wlul Cluislirias Gill could lie moie acccplable lo ll|e,
~~ family lhan
AnExtensionTelephone
in lhal Sewing Room, I jlirary and Den)
WLl itepi il will tave during I'M >
And it costs i little over 3 cents a day
One-fifth the cost  ol  a  good  cigar
i
Call Commercial Manager
Telephone 98
1
B.C. Telephone Co.,
limited
,■*
I '..
Ill
I ■
rv
Mw Klbal Btebbliigs ef Vaneouver
iidlng liur Ciiristmas holidays with
jlar lister, Mra, Parry.
Mr. and Mrs. Wall, Uuvei road, up.
tartailied a large parly of Vancouver
and New Westminster frliimU uu WmI
nesday.
Kir. and Mrs. J, W. Baker are feel-
intfWy uiixiqua uvur the eniulitlou of
thJl sen, Wesley, who Is at present
serially ili.
On Wednesday, January 7th, tbe annuel liiettliip; of the Batiipoyera' Aauu
elation lakes place in Hm institute Hell.
Owners for Ibo enmiiiig year will be
electeifc-u '., -,
The football match played en Ilia
lloulerard .Perkjlaturday a<f«ruoon,
Lynn Valley vs. Amull ■'« seralch team,
reatiltiid iu a win fur tiie'former, tbree
goals to ml \
A Strang gale which bief last night
lietween tbe hours of 1/ pip. end -
.The ebfttreu'h Christines entertain'
ment linl.l in llin liiolitiiHi llall last
availing was a huge ipeojss, maiiylper-
anna, not being alile to«Cnd seats. Tlie
greater part of tht evening wae Sfuyit
in playiiiK names ami a dipt was rendered hy Mies Silvia anil Miss AdeHa*
Mercer.  Kecltatlons stein given hy
Misa Jennie lluni'en and Miss Willi
Untie. Mr- A. K. Waglioriio and Mr,
Win. Murris played the p»\»t pf Bppli
tiitut ami Mr, It, Ij. (TMniimon waa opn
atalile,   Tlm,whole evening-was spent
in ths good old way anil will be long
remi'iiibi'i-ed liy the blildles who ea>'l>
leeeiviiil a present from Hanla OUna.
Much praise is due tbe ladies of tlie
different i-liun-hes and organisations iu
tpe Valley who combinedfa make the
.evening each a eneeess.
ON 18th STREET
One-half BlockOft Lonadale Ave.
Lot 4^2 Feet lor
$1050.00
All Caih, or $1150.00   .
on Terms ol One-third
Cash, Balance  6,   12
and 18 Mollis.
Agreementi of Sale Purchased
HOODaSODTAR
Phone 468 P. I), Bat 3W
213 Lonsdale Avenue
 K'"M'"I
■ I J
Weit Vule
couver
.V 7       f i
The ,'iiinn'il iif.'ihe dietrict of Went
Vaneouver bal .{dared an- order with
the Pacific ttfeosotiug Company for
about h,imii fe.|i of creosote.l piles at
tha rato uf Uf cents a foot The piles,
which are of varying length, will bu
uaed in Ihe eouatruction uf the uew
terry wbarf.
ir.sni lis miii iiiii in.im.
BKAl.KI) TKNIItiliS, .iil.li,us. .I to the
umleralgneil, and enduraed "Tender fur
liredalne.   ralae   Creak,   Vaneouver,"
Will  flu   I, , , Hi .1   lllllll   I leee   iuh     on   I'll
■I." Ini.nui > SI, 1818, fur dredging re-
'inn iiiSui Kalae Create, Vancouver, B. C.
. T. ii'Vi -i will mipefie considered unless
nuiii in ihe tuijrii aupplled, and hIkii
ed wlilRthe actual slenalurea uf tenderers, m^-/'
I'uiiiliiiii/ i|ieiinr.Ilull and form uf
tender e ui h. obtained un alitdlratlun
iu (tie ti.,.'i. cn 1: i ui in., i,'l,i Public
U'urke. Ottawa, and to C '' Wore-
(ulil.    Kni,    I'iiiu,i    i:i,uunl     New
'■: ■ nil,.li,-1, i     11    I'       I , lul, i.n   IjlUBI   III
.lad. lhe lowing of (he plan! lu and
Ti um (lit- we,11, liredgei and luul nul
evened und relflater.il In Canada ahall
nilf-   lit     *  !i.|   I,,i, li     I,,     th.      1" I (e,t llllllll .
uf die wurk . ..iii,.,. t. ri for Contracture muat tie ready to begin wnrk within u.in. .iuii. after the date the)
hav. lieen notllled uf the acceptance
tl their  i- n.l. i
Kucli lender tuurt be eeciirnnanleU hi
an   accepted   ■ l,vin.    "ii   .   i/iJit.ieil
'' bunk. |,a)ul,le lu Uie nl.lir'uf IkVOIun-
I Durable lhe allnlaler uf .Public Worka
' fur iiii   per cent   16 i.. r of (he nui
ii.iil price, which will ha forfeited If
'the penun tendering decline to enter
Inlo a i -inii.ii i when called upon le du
so. ur fall In ciimpletu the wurk 'on-
| Iracted for    If Iht Itndtr be net accepted tbt cheque will be returned
The I', i.n nm in uill nut bind llielf
lu u.cepr th. loweal or any lender
Hy urder,
II   C.   IIWiWiCHKim.
Secretary
I '■ i'.i liurtTT^V   I'iiI'Ii,   Wurki.
USCfcwa.   InS^inber   IT.   llll
"Newepanara wt|i\n„i be paid fur ihli
udvertlaemeiii If ih»S Inaert ll wliliuui
authurlly frum Ihe lleparlment   -88818
$1.00 down, $1.00
per week
The Canada
Pride
A Malleable
Steel Range
la Iho lu-i year we have .-'ill over une hundred of theie ilovua in
Norlb Vaneouver. Tbii year we expect even a butter record. If you
ueed a reliable range, It will pay you lo iee llm one befure deciding.
We guarantee abaolule .allifueliun ou every rauge.
Patterson & Goldie
HARDWARE
Phone, <HP-*^ 105-7 Eiplanade West
NEWPORT
We have lome of the cheapest buyi,   Good location
adjoining thc original Towniile.   For full particular* tee
CARDINALL & MacGREGOR
ioi wuiin
1 iaaatrfte Iritt* tm*in Harm Imnect Ot., Unlet Annan i
Wavft ka
U hm mingi; also hoi las /er sale er rent.
t.Q.Vmmtt
■ ' i.
OBOBOB B, HANEB
Candidate for Mayor
To the Electors of tke City
of North Vancouver:-
Vour   votei   are   askesl   for   Mr.
Hanoi —
avoid the re opening of com-
pi.Smi   ntrnel.   fur    laying    luwel
1. Iieeause lie haa demonstrated Ills
ability ami integrity in handling
luunii'ipai wprk.
2. II. e iiiii e' lie lias made a study of
municipal law ami ean save many
costly mistakes.
3. Iieeause as an engineer ho lias a
strung ami intelligent 'interest in
Die Sin mi.l Narrows Hridge, and
will advueate Ihe early Inking over
of this project by the municipal!
ties i. i.,. ini. i nj,       ■'
4. Iieeause he wiTTSbi Ilia utmost to
secure enforcements of al) oblige
lions lo Ihe North Hhore by tbe
P. (1. l'l. Ilailway.
el. Hn i-.ii.se he is in favor of eitemi
ing Hie .ewer system where tlie
health uf the eity demands, il, add
equalising ami facilitating tlia col
ditions upon which individual con-
nci linii." 'iiu be uiiuii'
ll. Iieeause he ia in favor of opouing
up streets ami extending wooden
sidewalks fur reeidenla.
7. H" iiii-n he la in favor of paying
cily workmen same rate uf wagea
aa is paid in Vancoover ami giviog
preference to tbe employment of
resident, of North Vancouver on
municipal wurk.
t. li,i iinm- lie is in favur of Hie city
operating iti own rock ipiarry.
II. Hc-uum! be will advorate Ibe ce-
ordination of civic departments so
is tfl
dii4ei
pipes, etr.
Id. ll.. .uiu he i« in'favur of lunl.Imp
up lhe illy clean unl attract IVI to
the best clan of citizens by the im
I in. i im ni of the ferry service am)
Hie enforcement uf Hie law without
fear- |f favur.
Having every confidence in Mr.
Hanes' etpreeaed intention lu adhere
lu llie pulny embodied in the abuve, lhc
undersigned executive committee for
ilie furtherance uf his candidature for
the in.i,"iiiiii appeal tu their fellow
citizen fur Iheir active support al llie
coming ilci lions.
Colin I-'. Jukaoii, chairman uf committee, ,
W. 1, Houll, vice ' lm ii inu ii,
W. I). McParlajiil, srcrelary,
(lias.  II. ('ales,
Thomas MrKwen,
ii  J. Pawler,
A. II. Anderson,.
,1. H. ■ ni Iiiiun,
N. Kennedy,
M. McMillan,
l„ :■    I .'linn,
II. II. Yuung,
(I. 3. Phillippo.
'-     Kxaculive   committee   elected
le.  lhe (leneral Committee.
Pledging myself lo adhere to Ihe
above platform as formulated by my
general rommittee, I respectfully re*
i|ueil yuur vote ami influence in my fa
vor at Mayor of the city of Nortb Vau
couver for tha ensuing year.
GEORGE S. HANES
H 1-J3-A.lv.
street lighting account,
his Tlnanca Committee— -  ,r
Ha lanes.      Hecoinmeniled   lbat   all
The Horticultural Society and Farm
ell' Inititule liol'ls its annual geueral
ineeling in tbe Horticultural Hall,
l.uusilale evi'iiile, on tbt evening of
Thursday, January Sth.
Too Late to Classify
lltST Small black and while fox
terrier biteb. ileward. llux 173, P.x
press mine, .11 J2
urse   girl   for   after
Ut Villi east. 311 i
Cord Wood
POH HAI.r>-Unll»lted amount of
cerd mini pt atom metA- .Tbewpeon
aaa1 Stuart.  Pbeaae til aa**»W  If
ivuvy viaKMttvu
by City Council
Continued frpm pigt 1
Al.*. Irwin said that thoreVwac still
♦1,00(1 of the'Are liy law of ♦♦5,000 un
used apd he wished ta bear the opinion
ef the olher itiembers of the council iu
reepeet tn purchasing'another ninlnr
truck. ' *
It wai ileeiileii tn let tlie ameeut
siuiiil over to the rredll of tlm cunnnit
leo In preference to buying another
truck new.     i
The  fallowing reports  of commit-
teoi were approved:
Fire and Mint Oomniittee-
lleeniiiiiieiiiled thai arc lamps be in-
stalled ui the comes ef 30th street ami
Neliou aud at the corner of HHh and
flutberlaml avenue.
The monthly report ef tha Dbief pf
Police regarding street lamps, which
had been uaed during tba ipuntli of
November was produced to the meeting
un.l i.i wee recommended that a copy
be sept to the 1). (!. K. Hy. in order thst
a rebate might be allowed from  the
ownera of lanes iu the city be asked
to deed their lanes so far as' same bas
nol been done.
He e muiiii'iiiieil that the Assessor be
instructed iu the meantime not to assess these lanes.
lieu iiiiiiiu iki,',I that the opinion of Hie
city solicitor be obtained as lo Ihe assessing of  thst  puiinm  of  D.L.  S69
which has been reclityned.
Water Committee--   V
Kecommendeil thai n In Inn for ISO,-
lllll) for exteusion of mJiiis and making
lol i iiiiiiiu i nun, ami a, bylaw for j- in.-
r
"'in for tbe euiiiiiiuiiiii,- uf Hue I<eke
operations be introduced.
Hi- lln' inn uunl of Hrs. N.'«. ninl,,' ami
Martin for attejidaiire o/i Eric i'eler
son. lie. iiiiiiiieiiiie.i ilmi the same lie
referreil lufck to lhe dpctors in order
Ibpt ihey may forward al detailed stale
went.
The ijiiiniiuii ut' llie ia luiiun of drug
stores was lefljiyer for consideration
at next meeting. \
Lanes Oonunltteta— \
Uei uiiuii. ii- liul lhat afler a report of
lhe iiniiiu'. received frum tiic tree-
surer such Iiiliiiin.> whicii may be in
hand lie speul on the lanes in block
IU.
Idu uiiiin.iiili,I lhal a by law for ♦">,
0110 for lane purposes be submitted In
lbe electors at tbe furthcoming elec
lioo.      /
He iii|iii i frum Messrs, I.ivingsl.nn,
(Jarred, King i O'llell uu behalf of
Mr. A. Rowan owner of lol 8-SD-M8 'or
ilamages for Hie culling of a lane acroaVL
his properly. Hecoiiiniemleil lliul tbe
engineer inspsel llie properly ami Hial
subject lo this inspection Mr. How
an's property lie placed iu Hie same
condition as il was prior tu tne cut
ting of the lane through it.
lie letter from How, Fraier It Co. Ltd.
listing that tbey have in their pusses
-inn exe. nie'l conveyances from Win
■■-iiif.'i. iiiu and Jai. 11. Woll'er and (.liiit
Claim Heeds from Hie mortgagees uf
nl'" i. 'i "I" ninl thai they are prepared
tu hand Ihese over uu receipt uf a certified copy of a resolution accepting
Ihese lands for lane purpuses ami a're
solution giving Mr. Singleton Hie nglil
lo remove any buililingi on such laml."
wilhin IK monlhi of Ihis dale and ulsu
paymeut by the city uf the charges
iu connection wilb lhe matter nun,nni
ing lu ♦IS. Hecummeiiilcd that the lev
solution, in connection be paused anil
furwardod lugelher witb cheque uf 115
to Messrs. Dow, Fraser k I'o.
Board of Worki .  /,
Be letter from (leo. K. Kyler It ii,le
welkjk front of lot lill'tll-tlt: The
eugineer waa instructed lu bring iu a
repurt. am,
He I.iii i frum Bobt. 3. Fowler re
queating I'luuieiit  of fee paid  in re
•pact  of ubuildijympermil  ou  lol   11
'TilA e'll.i    Ifi'.'oinini'ii.leil  thai  aa  the
clly bai noi  tba fundi lo opju  Mie
atreet at preient Mr.' Fowler'i apnlira .
tion for repayment be granted. ,      \
t He latter from J. II. Wolfe^iking,'
for a liilewalk  ou tbe aortb .aide uf
Hiili  atreet commencing on  Ibe  wot
aide of Clieilarfield avenue to lol Ili
•infill.   Hecunnntnded  Ibat tbis side
walk ke laid.J;
Be request from Thompton> Stuurl
for payment of balam c due lo IhelTi af
ler dtdurllng tlie ,.,,.| of remnving
nn-ks Left by them ou lllli end I ulli
ttreete.
llei'Ollllni'liili',1 ibal the sum of liSn
be retained a*, the coat of removing
aaid rocki. .
mas sewon i| here we'
ilivite every one to i
elamine our i
Christmas good
1 We have
•tabje cutlery
bear anyone's inipec'i^n ando
set? are the best.        V
Don't forget our stock fyf kit
for the Christmas cooking arrthsTi
paine & McMillan
NOBfll   VANOOUVBB'B   LEADING  KABOWABB   MEBOHANTB
Phone 12.        FIRST STREET AND LONSpALE
A Ut* Beauty Talk
;
lli'ii.lii.lii' is often tbe result of in
iligestioit. No woman, however perfeit.
uf feature, can be truly beautiful when1
a racking pain draws uer face lull
uf Une lines ami dulls the expression
uf tbo eyes. Tbe next lime you are
suffering with headache try drinking
a half glass qf colli waler iuto which
have been put tbe juice of half a
lemon ami a half leaspnonful of ioda.
The ilr,nk is nol iiiipieasaul, and in
many cases il brings almost immediate
relief. /  ''
A woman whase hair la alwayi soft
ami plislciiiug hus disclescil Ihe secrol
of Inr iiiliu, im' coiffure. Sn, buyi
a package uf alisurbept .niioi. from Hie
druggist, Next slit skrips a layer from
il :mi.i places the layer over the bristles
of a wire hair oruab) (milling It wejl
■ in.'.n until (lie lin.ii. penetrate Ibe
cotton, which shoulil ll» close to the
back of tbe brush. Then she slrokei
lhe hair, beginning near lhe scalp and
giving a vigorous siruke to Ihe einls.
A few uf Ihese firm stroke, will reveal how large a quantity uf dust snd
smoke in, be taken up by the cotton,
Hie result being lhe same as the euld
< ream lml in i li. face at the end uf
the ilay.
.lusl as inlil cream leaves lhe face
bright ami fresh, lhc i "illon brushing
leaves Hie halt Willi,a brilliant sheen
ami a natural llulhnesi.
iveler,
■-tl
I    I'',!       I
The i 'iiiun stroke should be administered every uigbt just befure reliriag,
an upen window being Ibe ideal place
fur lhe beaulifyipg process.
Kvery woman has kpuwu lhe misery
-of neciing a shampoo after a journey
utl nol beiug able to bave it at once
becauae of lack of futilities. Tiie but
and cold water may lie handy, but nul
Ihu shiiiiipuu medium. ' So prepare this
before you leave home ami curr$- Me
along in a lightly stoppered buttle a
three ounce vial will do. "
Huil cast illi suap ihavedtoa powder{
about two helping i.an|,,muiiuis in
liii'.e' water, putting iu about twp
spoonfuls oi «u.'liing juJa    When k'j
ling ready h> wash Hie hair, massage a
wee bit nf cold cream iulu t)tf
then slightly wet lhe iuu   un.l
in the acalp jelly nr liijit'd—inloe
icelp, of cuurse. /
lines   as usual, ',-j'ing lo beef
successive waters al an even lempen
lure,    il  is  lit/ sudden .lunge  freff
hot lo euld niii' i lhal makes Ihe hair;
harsh, al if is su oflen fpund In ba
ufii»r Ibe moil careful sliempuu.
The reason given by beauty |>ro|H
for boiliup Ihe soup ased iu iliuuipuos
is ilmi lliin preparation makes il -.iill
inure blend. If llic bard cake ia rubbed
directly upon lhe hair it is bound lo br
biir.hajid less blight than if Iho bead
is wa.heel by a regularly prepared aflp
us Directed.
Tie Christian Fndtavor (Society la
connection with 81. Andrew's I'rtaliy
lerian church bai announced a box social on Tueiday neat, January 7th. A
cordial invitation to attend is extended
to ali young lilt.
'fui »	
The riB. Obelohain ot tha Union 88.
IU>,, wbicb has l»te undtrgoing eaten-
live ..pain at taa Wallace Hhipyardi,
will sliurlly resume 'her northtrn run.
Oil burners be*e hea), i/nttliei ia lbe
Dual and i«|W InUrlor rapaln
■ada thirrii
mm?, t'.'iim.
Seasonable Suggesti
From the North Shore TtJrug Co.
"* Gillette     -   -   -   -   ^,00
St       n Aulosirop     -   -   -   5.00
atety Kazors Aibaolrom fi.50 to $s
^^^^^_^^ Yankee    ....   2
■ Ever-Ready   -   -   -
MILITARY BRUSHFJ5 in caae at $4.00 and $5.00 a -pair
\mi< BASHES 50c. to $4.00 each
v     CAMtRAS-Eniignetle VM *      *
Carbine.   $15 to. $20   '
PERFUMES
25c, to $10 per bottle
Chocolates Th*'»w«lleiJ KM in 'own. See our window.
 .— Pricei from. ...    25c. to $5.00 a box
i  W-m
EBONY MIRRORS are .Jwiy. nice jor the Uiei
THERMOS BOtTLES'ind EUNCH KITS      *
$1.50 to $5.00
LOTS OF dfHER UHLE THINGS
North'Shore Drug Co.
P. I. THOMAS, ffpm. §. Qmalit
Sil bwdale Ave. Phone 311
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