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 HI  ,-,iii>s:s.v  l.egis  native  AsseJO1  biy  \..,,,.*-  \W  Br-a  /^-^  Vancouver City, Mount Pleasant, Sou th; Vancouver and The Province  lc  VOLUME II  VANCOUVER. British Columbia,'   JtyNE 17,   1910.  No. 6  'ATRIGKA, ALLEN. "PIONEER^ of N. VANCOUVER SINCE 1872  is elsewhere in this edition and is now  putting up a fine two   story   business  ; block, with rooming aportmentscm the  E-econd floor at the corner of Flrsil and  St. George streets. Mr. Allen officiated  'four years on the   North   Vancouver  ���������Board of City fathers and much valuable work was done during his admi>-  nistratlon. notable the owning of; the  7citiF:Jfrater works. The foundation was j  thus well laid for much of the wonder-1  ful progress and prosperity the eity is  ,now..enjoying today and if we render;  honor to whom honor is due Mr. Allen  comes In for his meed of distinction as;  " we call the roll of the celebrities who  .hare added lustre to the annals of  North Yajjjpouver history. Mr. Allen is  a 4yrtcJjjp>whoIesoiiled, energetic and  '-^rolrWsiiTe ��������� Irishman and  .the;" above  'Jciit a recent-picture, taken for this edit-.  *rion;':8howii'';^im:hale,;heayty'^d.:'vTigo-!'  P. A. ALLEN..      -:-\(j7-';  (In 1860 Mr. P. A; Allen set sail from  lis native land, the Emerald Isle, to  folr tame and fortune In the   new  Imert^^Oj^his^way/crtrer on the 7*151-  Anitin^ lie celebrated the 'memoir-  lie ^.<^-July, and landed   in New  ]rk B������i(^^^ia^.i;Fhwi. thence he  ited^CtoniaWicut where lie-w  at thi; trade   of a sWp^mith"r till  He then got the California gold  er ind etomlfflftea to * the , ''Golden  [est" and after ylsltlnK various sect-  found gold was not so easily pickup as he. had thought It could be.  June 28th 1,872 he landed in North  noouver. (then, called , IfoodyyiHe),  ere he followed the general black-  ithlng business up to seven . years  Since then he has- invested ?his  d earned savings In North Vancoui  pity lots and made several good  incial turns. He now   owns  se^eay  tisos7w*jlcU he rentsA^d^,^reee������i'i'jr^  iVitbj^m^'heatrBTa^f^^ywIiicl^  HERE AND THERE  Main Street By-Law Laid on Table.  The liy-hnv introduced by Aid; Stevens and Wliitesides to  Hiaiijjre the name of Westminster Avmiue to Main Street wjus again  ia id over awaiting definite information as to how many of the  property holders are in favor of the-elianpe. and if the council are  satisfied that a reasonable majority of the owners favor the change  Ihe by-law will pass. i.f  There can be no reasonable objection to the change, and on  the other hand there.is imieh that e������M be said in favor of it.  One strong argument is the constant confusion of Westminster  A venue with Westminster Road and|tbe inconvenience experienced  therefrom by the residents, who are ^continually having their goods  delivered to the wrong place. This, ot .course, is a source of annoyance to the storekeepers and expresajiieo as -well.  Again, it is impossible to ehaj^e the name of Westminster  Road, as it is the connecting thoroujBifare between the twin cities  of Vancouver and New WestininsteK; There has never been any  suggestion to change that street 7mp������?e, %veu by those so much  opposed to changing West^in^e^:,i%^taile:7-:-.  ������ It is claimed by those who q]ri*������e the change that " Westminster ^venue'' is an old historic n|'nie and has a majestic sound  to it, having an elevating ihrlueni^7oyer all who hear it. This  contention^ iaTVjuite readily granted %d the sentiment commended,  but the. most enthusiastic advoca^^f historic nomenclature for  streets ^111 urge that because of: it)||j|wtOjrife value or grandlucr, any  name should be used mpi-fe tha^iwi^^yet>lhis is exactly what the  action of the opponents to the chartg^wpuld lead to. They do not  wish any duplicating of names^yetr-thiiy,strenuously object to-rectr-  fyinganerror of a similar kind made by some other council.  Regarding the name "Main "Street, ithas been, objected to because it is a common name. Well* -if^ tjiiat- iaits only fault; little  objection could be taken on that ground 7; We want our main thoroughfares to have names which are easily remembered, short and'  representative of its character; TStain ;StWet would be suitable  because the street is the only one which wins directly through from  Burrard Inlet to the River. South \^ancouver has already changed  the name to Main Streiet'south;<������if Sixteenth Avenue, and it would  be exceedingly- awkward to have-two names for the. longest and  best street,in-the city. ''''%&777' "  We would suggest that while the^ matter is up. it would be  wise to make/'Main" Street the dividing- line between "east", and  ."west"-' in place of Ontario Street, which is little known in comparison to;Vjlato" Street. "  M. P. COTTON GO. LTD.  |his company is located in Vancou-  IiWith commodious offices in tho  on Building, Corner Cambie and  jtings Streets. They are Identified  North Vancouver being the conifers for the construction, of the  s fine new concrete wharf which  ill under way aud will be complet-  hbrtly. When finished it will add  tly to the beauty of the city's land-  and comfort of the traveling pub-  Mr. M. P. Cotton, president and  lager of the. company is an expert  |!neer and general contractor.     He  operatedi Jn_ thisLfield   for _some  During the past two years he has  luted many heavy contracts and is  ��������� forging to the front as the leader  lis' line on the coast of Western  ida. Prior to this he was superin-  lerit for the B. C. construction Com-  and prior to that he was in the  Iby of the Canadian Pacific Rail-  Company in construction work 10  Ie M. P. Cotton Company was or-  :ed last April   and    incorporated  :apitalized at $100,000,00.  sy malce a speciality   of   street-  lig, excavation and reservoirwork,  }f construction, railways surveyed  and constructed, engineering,. survey;-  ing, logging. land clearing, sidewalks,  retaining walls, driveways, sewerage  nnd all public works of magnitude. The  , ait of the reservoir at South  Vancouver shows where the company  excavated 80.000 cubic yard of earth  carried on under the entire satisfaction of Mr. Burwell, engineer of water  works & which soon wil he completed.  The company has about $100,000 work  on hand including street paving for  the city of Vancouver, seven and a  half miles of track contract with the  B. C. Electric to New Westminster  through Burnaby, one hundred and  seventy fi ve acres of streets and pri -  vate lots to be cleared in Kltsalano,  and work for the B. C. Telephone Company. They give employment to an  army of from two to three hundred  men. Will Ellis is the vice president  cf the company and superintendent of  all operations in the city of Vancou -  ver, as well as the wharf at North  Vancouver. A. M. Graham, a young  Scotchman, is the enterprising young  secretary of the company. It is with  pleasure we refer at length to the M.  P. Cotton Co., Ltd.. and award them a  high place in these pages as we pass  in review.  Xy  ster Avenue), and qne in the office of the City Brokerage Co., 442  Main Street7 ".. .'7'' ; ''7"-7;;'  Everyone interested should sign up at once.   There Will boil.  petition for Owners arid-for residents or tenants.  Another Electrocution.  Once again'it is our sad duty to record another death.from  electrocution. J. P. McFerran, a B. C. Electric lineman, Avas killed  while attending to his duty rejiairing a high potential wire at  Westminster Junction.  It seems that the high power wire-was in some way out. of  order and Foreman James, who was working nearby with a gang  of men, telephoned to Lake Buntzen station to have tlie current  turned off. The man at Lake Buntzen said he would attend to it,  -whereupon the foreman?told the deceased that everything was a!]"  right, and then he (McFerren) ascended tlie pole, threw ������i ground  wire over the high power wire and got the full 40.000 volts, which  caused instant death, fearfully burning the body.  There are standing orders of the Company, so it is stated, to  the effect that no lineman shall climb a high power p������Ie until the  power has been turned off. The report states that the deceased  "neglected to do this." There seems to he some conflicting evidence  here. In one report the foreman is stated to have advised the  deceased "that all was O.K.." and in another report we hear that  the deceased "neglected to comply with the Company's orders."  It must be clear to anyone that it was unnecessary for McFerran to go himself and phone, when the foreman had already  done so. Had he done so. there would no doubt have been a "row"  right off with the foreman.  The jury brought in a verdict of "accidental death and no  blame attaching to any one."  It is rather a peculiar thing that men can be killed almost  weekly and no one is to blame.  Do our juries go into the question sufficiently? Was there  absolutely no explanation for this death? It is certain Ihe man did  not go intentionally to his doom. Is there not a defect in the system  in vogue by the Company? Is there adequate, precaution taken to  prevent such frequent occurrences? Someone or something was  to blame for that accident; who or what was it? It is worth  investigating.  CONTRACTOR M. P. COTTON  Juilding New Concrete Wharf for City of North Vancouver  Those High Power Wires Again.  There was 40,000 volts passed through the body of the victim  at Westminster Junction, That same circuit passes through Vancouver. We have a binding agreement with the B. C. Electric not  to carry more than 25.000 volts.   What about it?  Our agreement states "that within 15 feet of the high power  wires, and that a protection cradle shall be strung underneath the  high power wires and between them and other wires." The fact  is that a pair of ordinary uninsulated telephone wires are carried  on the same poles and within three feet of the high power' wires-  right through the heart of the city.    What of that also?  With, frequent deaths to the credit of these wires, and all accidental (?), it seems that an investigation would be in order.  Dr. Chown's Sermon in Complete Form  in Next Issue  Pictures speak for themselves and  when given little need be said in words.  The many beautiful illustration  in  this  edition of the Western Call are of the leading enterprises and founders of the new' .  metropolis; a rapidly growing, progressive  and lively city, nestled on a sunny slope of  incomparable charm and entrancing vistas  that might well tempt the pen of any;  writer.      Here nature and art conspire to  please and which can be enjoyed at North;  Vancouver among the canyons, tall pines,  mountains, running brooks and by the sea's  inlet      Opportunities for the Koine build-.  ers. business men, investor and;,in������h,ufact-7.  urers. There are fine sehooWfthd churches, superb Climate, excellent waterworks, business ������ booming and real estate advancing.  North Vancouver is bounding along the path of prosperity, showing progress and development all along; the line and "forward"' is  her watchword. "'" f  HOTEL  NORTH  VANCOUVER  Pete   Larsen  the   Enterprising  Proprietor.  HOTEL NORTH VANCOUVER.        ono million times more commendable    than bloody war or legalized murder  ,.  Conducted by Pete Larsen  is  most   she has ������ivea to North Vancouver Pet*..'  beautifully situated on  the Esplanade  Larsen, the founder of .the new tnetrop-  oveiiookiny; the bay with an   elegant olis.     Mr. Larsen proprietor of Hotel  North Vancouver! ��������� and the Canyoi.i  View Hotel, with the foresight.of an  ancient seer foresaw the possibilities  ol a second Vancouver across U10 bay  and when there" was-iidtlirn^bTiT nja-  ture in her wildness and grandeur  moved accross some nine years    ago  commanding view of the city of Vancouver, Stanley Park, the picturesque  mountain scenery, the great ocean liners of the world making their entrance  and-exit to Vancou ver port, and tils  terries plying every thirty minutes tr>  and fro from Vancouver to the city of  North Vancouver where the new me-  and erected :a $30,000 hotel and'fur,--':  tropolis is just bursting into pioniiii -  ence, affluence and industry and where  the brothers of industry can meet to  nished entertainment like a prince of  the Royal blood for thousands of clti-:  zens of Vancouver  tourists and trav -  have a breathing spell at this one of ellers. who enjoyed his hospitality and  the world's most delightful resort cir- jhe grand band music, to their heart!  ies.    This is due not only to the fact content.    Last year he erected anoth-  that nature designed It so but it is  equally true lhat Nature is no laggard  in her work and seldom does things by  er $30,000 hotel up at the canyon a few  miles farther back from the city where  to-day even Stanley Park scarcely af-  halves. When she has special work to fords no greater attraction than this  do she has a man ready for the pur- abode of the goda wfikh is visited by  pose and when the man is ready there tourists from^ every quarter of the  are at his command the lieutenants globe and the citizens of the city of  and assistants necessary for its exe - Vancouver, the grand metropolis of the  cution. To Caesar she gave Mark An- west. The above beautiful .cut3 of the  tony and Lobienius ; to Napoleon Lc- hotel and the proprietor bespeak for  beufre and Ney; to Washington Knox themselves and his public spirit,  ���������ind Hamilton ; and in our day in a F. Ch."UK-e!lor formerly of Banff is  though somewhat different sphere and   1 lie genial manager.  CANYON VIEW HOTEL,  North Vancouver's Beautiful Resort  Among the Canyons, Tall Pines and at Foot of the Mountains  Pete Larson, Prop.   Mr and Mrs. Chancellor, formerly of Banff  Managers. -,���������*���������������--: !���������-���������::. \i;!.r-;;fi.<::  ! -.1 ��������� -- -ji*aiiif.*).;cjiV^;.'a**?'! ���������^isc*r*������--r^:r.'-.^ -v.-Ji.ii.-t  THE WESTERN CALL; VANCOUVE    R. RRITTSH COLTTMRTA.  <ls  $  lb  w  pi  m  m.  m  m  IS  ill  I  hi  lis  i'-  *+**********fc  4'4^^e������������������������4'>*'l'#'M^'������������������<H|l.^������^W|^M|^M|Mti  The Leading Bosinesss  Enterprises of  With " Forward !"���������  J. A. & M, MCMILLAN'S GROCERY STORE.  J. A. and M. McMILLAN.  Operate the pioneer business establishment of the growing metropolis of  North Vancouver. They conduct a  flourishing grocery store located at the  corner of Lonsdale Avenue and the  Esplanade. Seven years ago thi.s house  commenced operations, and have more  than.realised their dreams alieady In  the wonderful growth of the new eity.  The McMillan family have been post -  masters since the town's inception, E  Ii. McMillan being the first appointed  which" position he held five years, during which time J. A. McMillan was the  acting postmaster, and for the past two  years has been the official one. The  McMillans are well known all over the  coast and much of the credit is due the  "pioneer" merchants in always giving  impulse to investment and enterprise  in a new city They have great la 1th  in the future of the city and are full  ot Public Spirit and Progressiveness.  On their merits they command distinction.  J. D. FRASER HARDWARE CO.       affairs'*  and his house stands second    to none in this section for reliability  and expert, workmanship.  He prides himself ou the good name  oi' the Fraser Clan and swears by ������Jeus  he will not bring discredit upon the  name thai, has so lour; stood the battle  and (lie breeze as the chariot wheels of  time have rolled down the ages over  Hit untrodden road of the fiu.ui-e.  OtYBODY'S SHOE STORE, THE PLACE TO GET FINE SHOES.  boots; Jamea McCready A"Co.; Miss  Canada; Weston   *   BrtM&r The   K  WOOD A SON.  Located at, 1^1 Lonsdale Avenue is  Boots; and several otl  country  Brer/body. Shoe Btoif/aonducted   by  manufactured shoes, as^Mt^as Can-  ible and  ������������.Wh^Fa ������iWind hi. f������ther ">������$������ Vn������wuver^JenfV WW now  before bl������ wlW i-fWnuti. Hence, ,know tbat when they go to Wood ft  we tat* grandfather/father, and wm Son's Shoe Store they are deellng with  all fbo never have done anything else poesiWr the best at least tiwr longest  ejcent Manufacture, repair, and de*l  experienced concern in their line pos  in shoes. Tbey handle an excellent  stocjk of men and hoys, women and  children's shoes, and do all Itlno's 'o?  repairing. They guarantee the best of  workmanship and they are tbe exclusive agents for the celebrated Leckie  slbly in the entire Province. The  writer has written history eleven years  and never Van across a family ln his  travels with this record. We gladly  accord them generous mention and a  high place here as we pass In review.  F. P. CARBUTT.  F. P. CARBUTT  North Vancouver's Popular Photographer and Artist for Views of  of this fine edition.  None of the "arts" come nearer'our  homes and affections than does photography for by-its means the poorest  as well as the richest are enabled to  preserve the pictured semblance of  loved ones and to adorn their walls  with pleasing reproductions of the  best works of the masters. Prominent in this line in Western Canada is  P. P. Carbutt of North Vancouver, an  artist of talent and attainment whose  heart Is in his work. Mr. Carbutt.  has followed this line all his life and  ir. making a striking success of it. The  beautiful pictures of this edition ware  made by Mr. Carbutt, expressly for  The Western Call. He is a clever  artist, a progressive and public spirited business man and a popular and  highly esteemed citizen who comes in  for very generous mention here as  we note the celeb rites of the new metropolis In this review.  Represent the hardware tinning and  sheet metal works of North Vancouver.  They also carry a fine line of stoves.  tinware, plumbing supplies and install  furnaces, heating plants for hot. air or  hot water.  They take contracts for general work  in their line and execute them promptly and properly. The concern receive  iht highest kind of endorsement, for  il-.eir work and no job is too large or  WILLIAM CUMMINGS' CLOTHING AND GENTS FURNISHING  STORE. ".s  WILLIAM CUMMING.  They are localeri at ! V  G.   W.   Carpenter   ia  txinsdale ave.  the &   Coin-  small tor (hem to attend to and give pany part part of the firm a.nu\ one  tbeir best skill and intention to its exe- cf North Vancouver's most, highly es -  ration     Mr  Fraser is a live "man of   teemed business men and residents.  The Lonsdale Estate is successor to.  tho old Moodyvllle SaW Mill of North  Adjoin:njr Mr  THE FLAT /I'tO.W.  HO!  i:  North Va.;'.  Ownod -by T.    i  This fine Fini 'p-on bti^iiiO!-",;; block  is an exc.eiU'!)!- :'V ^ ''���������!' v;i wki(>!'j. (.irop-  crfy located on l.onrri i!r Ayr-ano in the  cenier of the eii.y v;-":.c five, sircrts  meet.    Tlie.ro i-: ^���������������������������������������������.i-iicni'lid si���������>-���������(> room  o;i  I ho ;:;.  J. !".!!'! li!C'  bviJ'fiia;.:  (! ������������������;:-:-i.   ;���������;  ;n';h'<]   al  ;!���������:.������������������ l-> I,  ��������� l-i-y"'  w:  ��������� >if<:ci W'K-.r ;t:  'I.-'   :.'  I   l!il*.   !:IV  it; 't/aili   wl'.li  !i    |.-;;tl    :!    ''II  ;iiiy   i i::'���������;'.  *   V:   lis.'' i ���������'   :���������������������������  !i   i":'!it   '.'."������������������   ��������� '  .'���������;); ::c\-  ;',-���������.:���������   :  >:? ':'���������--;;:.!nt living  ! i   ;i:.:ry.     The  :���������   ���������-������������������.'tV".:'  foilil-  ���������j   ,.!ocy  can   be  ��������� ���������:>.-.\r.vx v;;-.-;h-  -��������� ���������:     \\\\*    ;���������-���������:��������� e'.'  ������������������������������������������������������   .;.i   IliS  fin'"!  ::'���������:. Andrcw.-i.  7   T. P. HOLT'S BEAUTIFUL PALATIAL HOME  7 Corner cth and St- Andrews, NorthVancouver, B. C.  Prominent among the business  houses of North Vancouver Is the clo-  ihing and men's furnishing establishment, conducted by William dimming  His place is well stocked with every -  thing in the line and at prices to suit  even the most fastidious as well a<  economical buyer. Mr. Cumming has  followed ihis line eight years, and has  operated one year In the new metropolis. He carries hats, caps, shoes, and  union-made overalls as well and i.i  building up a very    substantial    and  creditable trade. He uses: his patronj  right and once people commence buy ���������  ing at his store, become his regulaj|  customers.  Mr. Cumming is a pleasant gentle ���������  man to meet and leaves no stone un ���������  turned to please each and every customer to his entire satisfaction. He  was formerly at New Westminster for  sometime prior to casting bis lot inl  North Vancouver.  He was born in Auld Scotia and is a^  typical representative of the sons  that beloved land and people.  THE J. D. FRASER HARDWARE CO.'S STORE.  THE LONSDALE ESTATE. head office for The   Lonsdale Estate    of North Vancouver.    .1. P. Fell, is the  enterprising manager.    Mr. Fell   has  ,, . . , .    ..     -. ,. had much  to do  with  the growth of  Vancouver and have been in the field  .wenty years.    They have"eztenslra the new -metropolis and is   working  improvements in view in land clear- hard to give the city a. railroad.    He  ing and no doubt hold the key    to is prominently identified    with    the  "greater" North Vancouver, as much Burrard Inlet Tunnel and Bridge Com*  railroad rumor Is In-the air.  ������;The pany which the Provincial Government  cut below rbows the' Winch Block ad- will" support, to the extent of a quar-  Jolnlng the Vancouver    Post   Office, ter Of a million dollars.  THE LEONARD SALE CO.'S BOOK AND STATIONERY  STORE.  THE LEONARD SALE CO.  Is headquarters for everything in the  general book and stationery line. In -  eluding all the leading periodicals and  newspapers of local and general Interest. They also deal in kodacks, phonographs, toys of all kinds, crockery,  and school supplies. Mr. Sale has operated two years and a half in North  Vancouver. He has made this his  special line all his life and Is well posted- When a young man. be served his  apprenticeship as a printer's, devil and  W. W. GILMOUR ������ CO.  takes orders for Job printing as-well.1  He is building up a high class trade  and Is doing remarkably well.      Hlfi  store is very centrally located on tons  dale Avenue.    Mr. Sale Is progressive  and public spirited fromy the word"������0"  and is not afraid to put bis shoulder  to the wheel when worthy movements^  are on foot aiming to   make -better  known the resources and attraction  of the new metropolis.    He stands In  the front rank among tbe leading business men of the new city.  Are the yacht, launch, and boat builders in North Vancouver, and though  the enterprise was started only o-ie  year ago. It has grown to be one of tho  splendid industries of the city.  Mr. Gilmour followed yacht building  eighteen years on the Clyde. He Ins  built several yachts and fitted out  quite a large number during the p-isi  year and gives employment to fourteen  workmen, some of whom were in his  .employ across the waters in the ob!  country. Mr. Gilmour was born in  Scotland. He Is full of energy and en-  terurise and contemplates enlargln-  bis building plant, which already ir  oirife spacious. He also has boats for  lure and conducts a business that b:-  a.n im nor! ant commercial factor to the  iTiwai interests of the city. He  bui'ds vnctiis ranging from 3C to 7')  '"ce1. Wo t;(ke pleasure in referring  ?eiH"-o-,t',)y io lliis important indusvy  in Ibis re--iew and award it a high  place i:t those columns.  W. W. GILMOUR |  Proprietor of North Vancouver's  Yacht Buiidihg Enterprise.  J AS. COOPER KEITH'S ELEGANT BUII DING  Occupied by the Leonard Sale Company and other stores and offices.  JAS. COOPER KEITH.  Cime from Scotland in 1S76 and has  been prominently identified in the financial circles of the west since lsStj  when he opened the first bank in British Columbia, The Bank of British  North America.  He bought property in North Van -  couver as early as 1887-8 and his  friends say was always a great plung  er.     Ke is still a hale hearty jovia'll  end ws!I pre?erved  "pioneer". Hei  owns the fine Keith Block, on Lons-  C.r.le Avenue and a larce psrt of NortfcJ  Vr-ncoir-.-T's finest property including  the Lo. .:1?.le Gardens.  He  is  actively  identified  with  thej  movement on foot for securing a railroad  for  North  Vancouver,  and  any-  cause for the upbuilding of the city,  finds in him a liberal supporter.  ll THE WESTERN CALL. VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA  IRWIN ft BILLINGS CO., LTD.  A review of North Vancouver would  scarcely be deemed adequate that did  not contain a brief sketch of its leading real estate firm. The cut be r  represents their well equipped office on  Lonsdale Avenue and corner 5th St.  They deal In North Vancouver busi -  ness and residential properties, handle  estates, make collections, and do all  kinds of official notary work including  conveyancing and appraising, and  write insurance. Mr. W. J. Irwin secretary of the company has served four  BIRD'S EYE VIEW OF NORTH VANCOUVER  % '��������� . .<%���������*% '>V*,iV':- ��������� ���������;  frORTH   VANCOUVER   LAND  IMPROVEMENT    COMPANY  LTD.  [it Is considered how largely  ������erce of the great ports of the  |s contributed towards friend-  )ns between different   coun -  enlightenment has followed  highways of commerce, since  in culture was first carried  llcian vessels to   Ionia   and  rhen this and all that com -  done for peace and progress  [in mind, it is not to much to  the birth of a great seaport  jrtant-eavent in the history  j.tlon.  ���������borage of the Northwest Pae-  Itgnant with a great coming  ret Sound and Burrard Inlet  fhange the face, the charac -  ie life of Eastern Asia. By  iching ramifications of their  Imarine, by the great growth  uime of their ocean trade,  Ind Dominion have already  (than an incipient effect on  fous desuetude of the Trans-  I'he carol of commerce has  i ear of Cathay. From tbe  bd coursers of the Pacific,  on route and eager of a -  the cheer of success has  Jhe teeming littoral of the  |he advantages of internat -  ie campaign of the future.  Jle to last close ln the con-  cannon will be fired   or  at sentient being.       The  .ttalia are the forces which  progress In Nature, forces  ^radiating, swift and elect-  reconstructive, when re-  fld and genial in action as  fet universally compelling  fi ever-changing, ever-per -  of commerce.    The operas visible to the eye are  Imerce.    Unihtermittently  fof peace, the argosies of  st, bear to and from the  ida the produce mutually  betterment and wealth.  fests bind together com -  Ispondents, and the recl-  flality of mercantile com-  le seed of international  increasing wealth and in-  traders besets partial -  tat order of things from  laterial amelioration has  Increased intercourse the  lens, prejudice melts, and  also connected with the.installation of  tbe excellent Los Angeles Railroad  system. Mr. Irwin said when inter -  viewed that: "with the healthiest climate, the purest water system, unsur-  . passed scenic and residential advan -  tages, together with unlimited industrial development which must follow  the buildings of railroads, our city free  from taxation on improvements, North  Vancouver has a great outlook, and  which we might add looks much more  propitious than Vancouver did only  twenty years ago.  For centuries to come new cities will  continue to spring into existence the  same as it is expected children will be  born while the race lasts and each  with its own inherent potentialities. It  is a law of nature that Involution proceeds evolution, I. e. what you want  evolved must first be involved. The  seed has within it the potentialities of  the matured product and may be multiplied ad infinitum. Nature has been  very lavish with North Vancouver in  natural advantages "where every prospect pleases".  The writer was first struck with the  delightful sunny townsite slope commencing at the waterfront of Burrard  Inlet and extending towards the great  snowy caped peaks, tall pine forrests,  and magnificent canyons, which are a  few miles further back.  Second: The excellent pure cold  water, natures best drink In superabundance furnished the city by its own  waterworks.  Third: The vast experience of enterprising founders- of tbe new metropolis prior to locating there, and the  leading business men: whose sketches  and places of business appear in this  edition of the "Western Call".  Fourth: The unexcelled opportunities for homebuilders, investors and  manufactures.  the nuclei of the old world commerce  perceive in the advance of the newer  order the irresistible movement of  events, an advance intolerant of aged  infancy, before which the ancient races  must die out of the old stagnant civilization, and be borne into the life of  the"modern order, or must decline and  wither. From the foci of comeree to  the seats of authority is often but a  step, and with realization of the issues at stake the law of self-preservation will inevitably compel the self-  assirallation of the old to the spirit  and progress of the new.  As the base of the,operations In this  campaign, the Northwest discharges a  world function. .. Its ports become -  world-ports (not mere gateways of  trade and currency), but portals of  progress-doors of embarkation, whence  go forth the forces that overcome in  the contest of the ages, but which overcome to re-establish with enlarged  consciousness the organic life of the  race.  The last vantage point chosen by  Canada in commercial progress is the  new maritime city of North Vancou -  ver, to the advent of which, at the  present time, wide significance attaches. The following cursory glance at  the British Columbia littoral will in -  dlcate the most important points in the  Canadian base of operations. The International bearings of Canada's western commerce having been touched  upon, It here becomes requisite to  turn to those who have beaten their  swords into plough shears.  This Is the attitude of our great  commercial and financial enterprise  no where Is it exemplified more than  with Messrs. Mahon, McFarland, and  Proctor, the live representatives of the  above named company. The concern  was Incorporated In 1891 and has been  prominently Identified with the  growth and prosperity of the city of  North Vancouver since its inception.  They are the best known concern  operating in North Vancouver and  Have large and splendidly equipped  cf flees at 543 Pender Street where they  give employment to a big staff of  clerks, stenographers and bookkeepers^'  E. H. Bridgman the pleasant and genial secretary of this Important North  Vancouver Land Company. They  make a specialty of the Nerth Vancouver's Grand Boulevard c Itylots which  ere steadily advancing and offer great  opportunities to the home builders and  investors. We take pleasure in referring at length to this public spirited enterprise, snd award them a high  place here as we pass In review.  IRWIN & BILLINGS' REALHESTATE OFFICE  terms on the North Vancouver Dls^  trlct and City Council and has officiated on the Board of Trade as secretary,  vice president and is now president of  that august body. He served ln the  First Cecil Rhodes Expedition in  South Africa prior to the Boer War  and assisted in the opening up of postal roads Into the interior.       He was  Mr.- Arthur S. Billings Is president  of this substantial and enterprising  realty/firm. The firm takes high  rank'among the representative pillars  of the community, and founders of tbe  new. metropolis, and therefore merit  generous mention here as we call the  roll of the celebrites who have added  lustre to the annals of North Vancouver's history.  * '**SfiA;  ���������">>:-  ��������� ���������' 'TV-4- J$������, vm^^^H^mM'Wm^  1      >���������    < ,.  '���������*.*������������������  MR. ARTHUR S. BILLINGS'   P/ LATIAL RESIDENCE.  NORTH VANCOUVER      v  ^I77#^������?7#^  I."     ,*?;���������''������,'}? i *f ,    ^  l"'"''L ''-- ''-'>''    '*   -     "���������  -���������.^>   "  PAINE & MCMILLAN'S HARDWARE STORE  paine & McMillan.  Prominent, among North Vancou ���������  ver's progressive merchants is the well  known firm of Paine & McMillan, dealers Id all kinds of general hardware,  builders supplies, farm utensils, and  implements, loggers and mill requirements, gasoline engines, fixtures, etc.  They have operated here two years and  are among the new city's busiest merchants. Messrs Pains et McMillan are  prominent members In yatching circles, J. R Paine being tbe secretary  of the North Vancouver Yacht ^Club,  and is a recognized gasoline and "navigation engine expert. These gentle -  men are both owners of nice launches.  Mr. Paine owns the celebrated "Gadabout" which won honorable mention  in the recent race held June 4th, and  Mr McMillan is the proud possessor of  Yacht "Bellerophon, The Second."  These young enterprising merchants  merit generous mention here as we  pass in review.  W. J. IRWIN'S BEAUIFUL HOME IN NCR1H VAKCOUVTR  SEYMOUR LUMBER CO., LTD.  Lumber has its history and like all  histories has its various chapters. It  begins with the primeval forest and  the woodman's axe, and ends In the  haunts and homes of civilized man.   It  Keene being the first.    He has been a  resident of tbe new metropolis thirten  years, and has^pera^eiL^he ������il|l three  years.    Prior to ihto |lm| MA A. ff  Dlplock followed j^un,tant w|rk.  Tbe mill be is ,npw^ij*ciinjf_presl ���������  dent and managw 6ThM7a"ie&'ptfCIty of  is a business that offers to the typical   cutting fourty thousand feet Of ^  hustler full play for the exercise of his  inventive genius and indefatigible energies Prominent in this field of industries in North Vancouver is the  Seymour Lumber Co., Ltd., under the  able management of A. B. Dlplock.  They manufacture and deal in lum -  ber. latb. shingles, kiln dried flooring,  finishing lumber, mouldings etc. This  concern was incorporated under the  present name last September and is  successor to the Western Corporation.  This concern gives employment to a -  bout one hundren men including their  loggers.  Mr. Dlplock is one of the "pioneers"  of North Vancouver. HIS family was  the second one in the new city, W. L.  per day. His sot|s JF,f L|B.lwI|ple<ek|  and T. B. Dlplock/ |n^8*reto]^"$������  assistant secretary respectively/ the  other members bf-th^-flrhi^ire^11^  P. Gibson, manager of the B. C. Trust  r Company of Vancouver; W. W. Mont-  elius, president of the Montelius Piano  Company ; C. W. Sarel, proprietor of  the B. C. Book Company, and A.  Taylor, senior member ofg&tte, #r  Taylor, Hulman and Innee\Barrie|sM  The Seymour. Lumber Cc^Ltd'CjIa.  the chief industry of fne cit^andlftr  Its merits alone is entitled to a high  place here as we chronicle; brief sketches of the various Industries and enterprises in this write up edition ef |he  Western Call. ���������      i\%   v j*  ,-������'-  SEYMOUR LUMBER CO'S SAW MILL  T. HARKNESS  Is the gentlemen who is foreman of  the construction gang cf the North  Vancouver Ferry Dock now being  built by the contractor M. P. Cotton at  the city of North Vancouver. Mr.  Harkness has followed construction  work and handling gangs of men for  thirty years and has been In the employ of Mr. Cotton during the past 6  months. He was formerly for some  time with the Vancouver Construction  Company and has had wide experience  in handling men in building branch  railway lines and also in the construction of grain elevators in the East.  Mr. Harkness is yet a young man well  preserved and an Important asset to  a new country. He is a native aon of  THE WELCOME PARLORS.  Is one of Vancoucer's pleasant places  to slip into for family groceries, fruit  of any kind in season, confectioneries  of all kinds, a soft drink, dish of ice  cream, a good square meal, a lunch,  or a cigar. Mr. John Dlerssen Is the  popular proprietor and genial host who  our fair domain and we are pleased to  present our readers with a fine likeness and brief sketch of the above named gentleman as we call the roll of  the representative men. of affairs of  North Vancouver in this review edition  of the "Western Call".  MR. JOHN DIERSSEN  greets the stranger   courteously   and  waits on him promptly Mr. Dierssen  has operated here five years. He first  opened up in a small way on ferry St.  George with J20.00 capital to start on.  Later he located on Lonsdale Avecu������,  North Vancouver, where he has built  up a splendid business. He owns a  nice home In California, and will s^ll  out his stock, fixtures, in North Vancouver to a ready cash buyer, very  reasonably; give him a call if yoa  want to open up In a splendid location  with a well established trade.  PROF1. FERGUSSOISr  Will give Private and Class Lessons in Suggestive  Therapeutics, Soul Culture, Memory, Concentration,   Telepathy,   Success Thoughts,  Etc., Etc., from JUNE 22nd to 29th  at HOTEL WINTERS, VANCOUVER, 5. C ��������� r~'JSft"T'TnS-i. ^r^i^^^^^'M'-us-i.  jiij'.Si^-'^i^ibS^rA^V"^  &r*iv&&r������&i>ammd^^  THE WESTERN CALL. VANCOUVER. BRITISH COLUMBIA.  m  fi'-i  1  it)  m  P  w  id  (i  \\i  i  \-4 i .  B.C.  F a r m  Limited  Offer for sale twelve sections of exceptionally fine  selected, agricultural   land  close to  FORT  GEORGE  AT -  PER ACRE  $2.50 down  Balance on any reasonable  terms desired; interest at  six per cent.'  Allotments in sections only  ������ The ������  British  Columbia  Government  Has- placed under reserve  practically all available  agricultural-land in the interior of the province, which  Withdraws it from  Purchase  And this quadruples the  value    of    lands   already  granted and surveyed.  The opportunity of securing  a valuable farm in British  -Coiumbiaat this figure will  not occur again.  This land will be delivered,  crown granted, into the  name of the purchaser, up^  on payment in, full at any  7V 7 '.time /;:������������������     ���������':������������������;',.  There are only twelve sections left, and the allotments are going rapidly.  Wire for your allotment;  remittance can follow later  The offer at this price will  be absolutely withdrawn on  June  10th  B.C-  Farm  Co.  <t  ^  Regnald C. Brown, Ltd  MANAGERS  301=315   Dominion  Trust Building  Vancouver, B. C.  OPEN EVENINGS  PHONES    16 & 6616  About your Fruit for  Preserving. You might  just as well drop in to  Kelly's and leave your order  for any kind of fruit you  want this season, and be  sure that he will deliver  you the best quality at the  lowest possible price when  such fruits are at their best  We will guarantee the price  the lowest in the city  Piitepples  .      Are now in for preserving and selling at 15c each  The cheapest we ever sold them  Gooseberries  Will soon be over; you  had better secure a few before they are all gone  7    2 lbs for 25c  Apricots  Will be the next in line  for preserving; leave your  order early so as to be sure  in getting the best.  D. G. DICK :  In view of the fact'tnkt there will be '  a rush of several thousand persons to  the new metropolis of' North' Vancouver during the ensuing years we. will ^  in this write - up edition of the "Western Call" give brief pen sketches of a  number of the pioneers and founders  of the new city. We disclaim the  slightest desire to boom the town however and no statements will appear  that can not be supported by actual  facts. In noting the real estate dealers  it is but right that we should assign* a  very prominent place to D. G. Dick and  Son.  These gentlemen have been in this  line seven years In North Vancouver.  They have made a striking success of  it. They are enterprising and' have  done a great deal In making; > better  known the resources and attractions  of North Vancouver. They occupy commodious and nicely fitted up offices  on Lonsdale Avenue No. 61 and no men  appreciate more than they do the value  and necessity of publicity. They are  agents for the Important additions to  the city, handle the best business and  residence property and as an Indication  of their large trade one has only to  note the continual! comers and goers  to their office and their doors continu  ally on the swing. Mr. Dick and Son  are authorities on North Vancouver  and among the pleasant est gentlemen  to meet. They stand high and allto-  gether are well equipped and as'has  been shown remarkably successful In  their dealings. Mr. Dick has traveled  extensively and thinks there is no  place, not even California, where the  sun shines quite so brightly and the  air is so invigorating and refreshing  as in the new metropolis he is helping to build.  Oranges  ;,We have a' good line ui  now for marmalade.selling  at 2 dozen for    25c  Bananas  As  usual ���������. .the  lowe; t  price in town for fancy-stock-'  per dozen 20c  We carry a full line of  Fruit Jars, Tops of all kinds  and Rubber Rings  EASY TO PAY TOR  SMOKEHOUSE  ON 8th AVE.       LOT 25x120.  PRICE $3255;  Gash $475; balance  $34 per month,  A  GOOD  CHANCE TO SECURE A HOME AND A  PLACE WELL WORTH THE MONEY     -  Braithwaite & Glass  Phone 6311 2127 Granville St.  That Five Room House we have on 7th Avenue  West. The view is fine, the finish extra,, wall  papers expensive. It has a commodious pantry  a furnace, and the other points of a comfortable home  Price $4650.  A. W. GOODRICH & CO.  REAL  Phone 4672  ESTATE,  LOANS AND INSURANCE  *TOi?h    2450 Westminster Avs.  'J>  lfr.������.tti.������.<ti.������.<3s.������.<&.������.<.>.������.<t1.������.w������.<fc.^  D.  G.  DICK'S MANSION AT NORTH'VANCOUVER  THE NORTH   VANCOUVER   HOMW  7 ;���������' FURNISHERS.   ���������-'..���������'  Is one of the largest concerns operating in the new metropolis of Noilh  Vancouver. They carry a six thousand,  dollar stock ' of \ bandsoijie,,:-furniture...'  and house furnishings.arid carpets of  Jtll hinds.        Their elegant stb'c'ic and .  store is a credit to the city, and is much  larger than generally carried in a pla.ee ���������  the size-of    -North     Vancouver   and;  Messrs. Crook and White the enterprising and public   spirited'.'.', proprietor^ ���������  leave no stone unturned to   hold    j.he  North Vancouver trade and we do no',  think any dealers in the Province can  give better . values than the N. V  Home: Furnishers. .  ". If the citizens of North Vancouver  ftalT'and get their prices and see their  Steele, it will ��������� appeal to them  t6 'TatroniJie Home -'.industry''-, espec  tally -when ..the goods "aie iui3arpossible and the prices-Iowa;- than .-where.  merchants are compelie;l,;to pay double  f]it. ient. ' Messrs Crook and4Whjt>'  &;e public spirited, arid.'- enterprising  merchants ;wh3be'.ie-e in the great  future pf North Vauco-.-.ve.- and,invest  and advertise accordingly.".'.' 7 ���������'''���������"���������'��������� 7 f  They' are located at' 12S Lonsdale  Avenue.' - . .'���������''     ',' ' ��������� .-.���������.'.',   .  i '  t  t  I  F   H. GOW  f  T  Y ������!  Headquarters for I  (3)SER'S     S UrPLlES |  Butter  The best local Creamery  Tnothirig; better made" "  3 lbs for $1.00  We are complimented  every day on our Big Tea  Special, 'Kelly's Own Blend'  3 lbs $1.00  Fresh Cream  Every  Day  SEE OUR WINDOWS  FOR QUALITY AND  PRICES  PHONE 938  Q. S.  2333 Westminster  Avenue  ���������i':-.-'. 2448 Westminster Avenue        !  K-; :      . - - ��������� . .    -i.  ,. i^wiawjuwa*!* Xf^-Jtnvm^'m%^WmmXa-xKmmxtxjK: xx^ uw;i-.u������ j������Mnurr..'-.i������.'������ucmaMi>������������mw������������ ��������������������� ������i**������������ ��������� i ^ i n ������������������������ msssm  men, of affairs in this edition of th?  Western-Call:- He is a-mmber of ,.ic  Civil Engineers of Britian also of the  .***-ivii:r*'u-- ity ind..County Engineer and  Sanitary Institute of Great Britian.  which is supposed to be the .highest  status in the world in this line.  ��������� He has had the honor of being in-  Vitecr-by His Majesty the late King Edward,, to a personal interview- at Buckingham Palace on important work?  with which he.w.-is closely identified.  and like most Britishers spear s ir-  {Hewing terms of his most ex-.ie'.len-  (ittalities.  DON'T   FORGET  OMINION BAY  AT"  J   M. ^ROMME  Prop, of the Lynn Valley Lum-  NORTH VANCOUVER ^^gj^"  -   /I  V  Successors to        -  ANDREWS  & NUNN  Mt. Pleasant's Leading  Grocers.  ���������>:���������?%  A. J. Henderson of North Vancouver  Inspector of New Wharf Works, is an  important representative of the men  ot affairs owing toihis broad and practical career in almost every phase of  i ity engineering and public construe*.-'  ion work connected with a city. He  has followed this line of study and  work for thirty years. One of the iusr.  jobs of reinforced concrete which he  superintended was a $30,000 contract  ,ft>r a grand stand in the old country.  He has done a dreat deal of engineer  ing. work, for the construction of city  sewerage systems & is now Inspector of  tbe reinforced concrete pile construction w >i'k "of the North Vancouver  re;:y liock for the city of North V;ui-  rouver. He was assistant engineer  for one of the largest metropolitan  burrows In the old count ry arid for  fifteen, years had charge of roads and  bridges, extending over fifteen parishes For ten years. Mr. Henderson wis  consulting engineer for one of the large  old country .cities, designed and superintended a sewerage contract for the  council of $250,000.  'Mr Henderson has travelled extensively and - made a very deep  study of his profession of civil engineering. Canada can secure no  . greater assets from the old world than  men.-equipped like Mr. Henderson.  North Vancouver has reason to con -  gratulate herself on having as one * of  her citizens a man like him located.in  their-mldst. His experience, training,  counsel & work is invaluable to a growing metropolis like the city of North  Vancouver. We are pleased in this  review.;to present our readers with a  brief Sketch of the life labors, and career of so efficient an engineer as Inspector Henderson and we accord him  this generous mention with pleasure  and award him a high place in these  columns as we note the reoreeenUtlve  THE GEM THEATER  Is North Vancouver's most .popular  place of amusement recently built and  started under the clever and able management of H. B. Young, W. K. Young,  Tony Sprocchi, proprietors. It is located at 118 First Street near Lonsdale Avenue.  This is the first and only place here,  and the proprietors long experience in  the show business and amusement  play houses is a guarantee in itself  that North Vancouver will have one of  the best and most up-to-date little  theaters in the Province.  Local talent and amateurs wMl h'avj  en opportunity to entertain thei!  friends once a week, and moving picJ  tures wil be the general order of tbl  cay and evening shows. These yeunj  men are to be congratulated on thei  cA������^rjEf.and they promise the ladlej  a&.childjpea, of North Vancouver  dmitStfytf' hour every--afternolbn  every evening in the ^  py-ert Sunday, of a strictly high claS  refined, and enjoyable character.. Tt  prices ar^f#?tnih'the reach. 6f- all  we take pleasure in predicting a granl  cuccess for the Gem Theater.   .  t  m THE WESTERN GALL, tfANCOlJVH X BRITISH COLUMBIA.  ,% r*!^   ������ j-     *^  v*r-jv������ti'*rl  x  MOUNT   PLEASANT   BRANCH I  THE RtlYAI H4KERV AND lO.NFtCTIONERY  BRT)ApVVAY^ COR. WESTMINSTER AVE.  ;    CAKES, PASTRY, BREAD\ CONFECTIONERY  i   Spf&al~ROYALCRO}VNbREAD(5c. a LOAF)  Main Store -THE ROYAL - ^ 1S?S|S>AVE  Local and  i  i  WRAIRIE PRODUCE CO.  Phone 3973 ��������� - 1941 Westminster Avenue.  &>#  iff. 3r>e lb.  35<;lb.  Jlflc doss.  -       -    ���������  - .   HO������ do/..  fti $1 15 per wick.  35c lb.. S Hw ������5c  ���������       -       iu tubs 31o  Give uh your name und address and v������e will call twiee a we������k in all  parts, of the city.  ���������O <*m\mmm>-'4Sm\*+b-i*amwm>--*amm*0 *  Orange Creamery Butter  Prairie Rose Creamery Butter  New Laid Ejofs     -     -  Vrexb Rauch Eggs     - v    ���������  Potatoes   -  Fresh Alberta Dairy Butter   -  v  !  (f  5������eptt & Gibson  ,2152 Westminster Avenne  PAINTERS, PAPERHANGERS AND DECORATORS  .'���������-,   -The latest desisins in W.illpaper.  Esihuntff* givon (iu nil kinds of Piiinrini:, Pa|ieriiauging and  y_ ;      7      Decorating.  V,  %  1THE  FLIES  *  t  %  *  IV  I*  DOOR rightly  is a blessing. Are  you blessed?  WE HAVE THE BEST OF SCREEN  DOORS AND WINDOWS =- MEAT  SAFES.     All  the blessings for the  ������������������������������������. housewife.   ���������  ::"V';:  W.iR.:OWEN;  Successor to J. A, FLETT. Mt. Pleasant  2337 Westminster Ave. Phone  - *  447 *  ^tt*t2v.<$i~;.<s>.j.;3..>4>.j.3>.;.i5^<$>������^  ��������� * * PRACTIGAL ROKSESKGEB -I  Get your name on those'petitions to  make Westminster avenue "Main  street.    7 .'.   : _-.  * *     *    .  .- !���������������������������  Aid. Jas. Ramsay leaves for "a'visit  to. the east on Tuesday.   ;,;  ���������7, . *   .-���������*''. 7" .'���������  Thds. Duke and familyv.vHI leave, for  a three months' visit to his old.home  at Orangeville, Ont., on June 22. Mr.  Duke will visit Toi onto and other  eastern cities. .'"'..'      -    '  * "-'   *   '-'* ���������"'.  - Send in those >ocals  - ���������   ���������    ���������  Dr. Chowii's sermon will appear in  complete form in our next issue;  * *   ���������  A. H. Hatch promised us an. add  next week. We believe, he, received  an add this week���������baby girl.  Mount Pleasant Presbyterian Christian Endeavor had a progressive meeting last Monday night.  ��������� ��������� ��������� -���������'.  The work on broad way east is pro-  greslng in a most satisfactory manner.  AM. Whitesides is pressing the Board  or Works to its limit. We wish hini  success. ���������- ::  ,# -     *     ...������ -,..  We api;rec'i������<r������ -nose "'-reports -ot.  meetings handed in.     7 7 77  ��������� V'orran's Guild,  he'Women's -i I'd of Mount Pleasant  Presbyterian ;c!i,urcb held?their regu-;  iar monthly :mee;ing on Wednesday*  afternoon in the ladles'.parlor.���������-Th:-;  was one of the ^quarterly social met \  ings at which tea is served, so there  was a large turnout.     ,-     7       ���������'��������� lr'  The chief busines done'-.WRs. makinr  preparations  for their annual   stray* ���������  1 en y and ice cream festival which if  to  be   held   in   the   basement-. of....the.  church on ;5londay: firstV 20th iiist#-ajf-.-  ternoon anid'; evening.;', 7\ - J7 ' 7 7 7  The Guild will.disband for July5and  August,, and preparatory to tlisbandinr  they .'will-have a picnic to StVathcoiii  park on-;'June 2Sth.  .'   - *       * ....   ������..  Mr. I. Allan Tennant. of the firm oJ  Farley, Stinson,   McLean  & Tennant  "���������'eived���������'. woul ��������� on Tuesday,- the 14th  ':ist.. of tbe dfaih of bis fa'her at par-  berry/Men.-- Mr. Tennant .-left on Wed  nesday, loth inst... for Ca:lerry. H<  will be absent indefinitely.  !��������� Mrs. Frank L. Reynolds, of Nana!-  mo, and son, Master Murray, left Wednesday for borne after having-spent a  month with Mrs. Gartwright, of Broad:'  way east. Master Murray's "many  friends will lie pleased; to learn that  he has: completely recovered from his  .;eceat  operation.  Mount Pleasant Junior Baseball club  won their game with the Newsboys  on Tuesday evening at the Harris  street grounds by a score of l'J-0.  Mr. Harold Slocum, of Portland, Ore-  son, has taken a position in Win. J.  Allen's- store, corner Twelfth and  Westminster avenue. Mr. Slocum is a  practical man with seven years' experience in the'grocery line and .Mr.  Allen's patrons will be assured of the  very' best treatment.  *       #       ������  The meeting of ihe .Moiint Pleasant  Bpworth League last Monday evening  was In the hands of the Temperance  Committee, led by Mrs. Heeler. Geo.  Hudson gave a short talk on Local  Option and the advantages to be derived from having the same in force  in our city.  The following selections were given  at Intervals during the.meting:  1.���������Vocal  Duet. Miss    Florence    and  Ethel James.  2-^-Retitation, Mrs. Keeler.  3.-r-Plano Solo, Miss Hazel Fremlin.  Next   Monday evening    after    the  regular meeting, which, is literary,  aj������  social tim6 will be spent to enable us j^  to get acquainted with our pastor and  %  b'is.'Wife. ;7 A'--'short program  will bet*  i������^������M������-|i ���������������  Phone 4607  McGowen & Salter  ���������k.fi-  2747 WE^MINSTER AVENUE, Near 12th;  Richmond: Dairy Ices Cream and Butter fresh daily.  Woman's Bakery Bread and Confectionery just like mothf r used to make.  v      v You Will notewe keep only theBESTA���������".;.'  given, followed by ice cream and cake.  Tuesday  night  the  League  visited ������������������*������  )*e .Centra) .Mission and took charge ot'j������������������  7he,;i,survice there. The Presidential  acted: as chairman and took charge of  the singing. Mrs. Hall gave an interesting and impressive address during  the evening. A short program was  also''"riven which was as follows:  ���������Vofcal   Duet,  Misses  Cantelon  and  'WAVilsou.  S.^-Jteading, Miss Carmicheal.  3.���������jfocal, Misses Hall and, Thompson.  4.���������Piano   Duet,   Miss   Florence    and  Ethel  James.  ">.���������Vocal Duet, M iss ?s Thompson and  Wlison.  !   IGE CREAM  1    T1SODA0  WEATHER AGAIN  We have agaiu   opeued     and f  2 are ready for the  |     "SODAWATER* Days.  f     Onr Ice Cream is made of pure  ������ fresh Cream.  ������     Orders taken for parties, Socials  * etc. at wholesale prices.  (St W   ff  ^ Try our |  $ "Shackelton Sundae" I  V* -:���������.<;': ';:        .    :���������.':       ������������������'���������-���������' -A  ft ���������   .;/. ��������� .'...-.- '- ��������� ���������    A  _.        ���������L   ��������� ������������������ -   ���������'������������������ *  I  V  ���������i-  I  I*'  Store  (Lepatourel & mcRae)  Cor. 7th & Westminster  Avenues  You Don't  Know  How Good  Our photographs are until you  try them for yourself. Since we  opened out "on the Hill" we have  had great success and our customers are well pleased with our  work. ' .i  ARTISTIC POSING,  SKILFUL RETOUCHING,  r  CAREFUL FINISHING.  And our prices are reasonable.  KODAK FINISHING?      YES,  WE DO  STACKS OP IT.  PHOTOGRAPHER   .  MT. PLEASANT STUDIO,  : COI. WESTMINSTER AVE. and BROADWAY  m  A good time may be expected at a  garden- party under the auspices of the  Ladies' Aid of Mountain View Methodist church in Walden park on Tuesday,  the 21st inst. In the afternoon and  evening strawberries, ice cream and.  sale of work. Afternoon is free; 'even-  ng, 10 cents.  *   '.'.'*���������������������������*...-���������     ��������� :.  ���������  ���������   The    lacrosse   -riiat''h  ^j������j������j^������j^t.jM|M^1.j^,^������j;(t,.jMj,...t;1..^^(jl.:,  f^m*tr7Sj.~j.-fr*.,'^''rfm^  <-Z������2~^-^%--$$lkj'-  ''  33E5E%*:S!f.:S"fe''-#* .   '���������  .'t^i^A?f.j\i-.'V:j;:<S?..,^./  I    :���������  on  T  v.ie  ;cl'  SLT=iiC7<a:-3^^inTwiic^^7^ctMxrj^-rm.'--3������g.^rrji:,^.-^~j^  OscarKidd  Special attention given to Lame    *  and inerfering Horses. ^  Betwee��������� S^th-nj.Seventh    p^jNCE'  EDWARD    STREET    !  Mount Pleasant Uvery \  ft NEW STABLES - - NEW EQUIPMENT  2545 HOWARD STREET     -     -  PHONE 845 |  I  HACKS, BROUGHAMS, SURREYS,  SINGLE AND DOUBLE  DRIVERS.  Night Orders promptly attended to.  TTrlE StEEliJNG  CHILDREN'S   DRESSES  Keguiar 50c for 25c  CHILDREN'S SUMMER TAMS (linen)  Regular 50c for   25c  LADIES' UNTRIMMED HATS  Regular  $2.75 for 95c  onrrv  n    iiimsii;'llv  V.re  Iru-jcc'i;i:d viiried a- lia'c; nt  tlio-.dhnioevt pfi-fai'ies- iu  fnct-ail the b?.-;v known f-u*- .  oifzn and rloniosfir- kinds'  S^'iifi' :tr������> rjaito hiirh ;>i'i"'.'H  v.iii;^ oriicrs cis-t 'r-.t 1!.';V  that  isuyinie 'iin  niiVii'd to  liiWf rhoin.  Come  in  and sample some  of rhem.  night'-between the'school'toys'of -Ffjv-  view nnd Mount Pleasant was won hy  the former.  *'���������*'������������������     a   ���������  Mr. M;. Langtry and family,' 251  Eleventh avenue east, have returned  from a ten days' trip to Harrison Hot  Springs. ���������  LAJTB   ACT.  Now ��������� We-tJniiiKter   l^and   District.  L>i*triot of Xew We-tm'in.^ter.  *' -S$^7/*   {������������������:'^-7*:- ^2y^*s^''-  ���������June Weddings  June is the month when  Cupid works overtime and  we) dings'are the fashion of  the day. To those v.'ho are  invited our beautiful line of  SSLVERWARE  end CUT GLASS  consignment of new silverware  fj^.^'in the Latest Designs and are  u-e'so; offering the line at Big Reductions. See our windows for  Bargains  HILLCREST PHARMACY  E. H. <iOBIX)N  PRE.-(7KIPTION   uKUdGIST  321 Westminster Ave    Phone 466 7  taioo: 'not it-f that Ma m. s. Dobou. of > Offers a choice selection of gifts  V.-uu-oinci-,   B.   ('..   intontl.<   to   apply   forlUfp   Vijiva    intit   rocoivorl   a lai-o-o  l.crmi- -ion    to    iHirchii e.   the    foil6\vh:g | VVe   .ndve   JUSt^ receivea   A lai ga  .le'-cribed   laiuiw: ���������  .  t":id������n:-ei-n ;i!jr at   :i  j-.o**  ]i!.t.i^te 1  I'Xvi-Ufbsi'-t' curnei- of T.   L.   2ti"f.6:  [41. oliain:.:,  more or !esy.  j:;a t:  tin  j eliuiri-^inore  or   less.  Xorth:   thence   4u  i-liain.'<v' itioi-G   or   i������������-,   We t;   thonce   ill'  chain-,   more ' r.v   le - i    North;   tln^nce   JO  'chains--.more. _or   less.V.'e-t;    thence    20  oharn^rriuire" or "ie':i3V"Sb'uthT thence" 1 0  ���������chains.' inure or les.-, t.'a t; thence 40  'chair*!,   more  or   less,   South;   ther.ee   40  chains,   mi.re   or   le -k,   We t;   thence   40  chains,- more or  le<������.  South;   thence  SO  chain-,   more  or   les������.   Ka t   to  point   of  coiiimenccmept    containing   six   hundred  and forty Hi401  acres, more or les*. I  IDA M.  S.  DBBOU,  Name of Applicant.  .William John Pascoe. Agent.  Dntei April  15th.' liilO  G.  watchmaker and .���������'ewellem  143 Hastings, VV.  . WILL ELLIS.  "���������N.'iw cuiierintending the cons! ruction  work of tlie North Vancouver    Feri-y  Dock for contractor M. P. Cotton-has  1 had fifteen years experience in   public  work of this character.     He superintended the regrading and block p.iviii?;  -work of Hastings Street,   Powell   and  ; Georgia. He has been ia tiie employ  oi Mr. Cotton during the past two  years and lias followed this line of  work six years in Vancouver. Formerly .Mr. Ellis operated in tlie employ  of the Public Works Department of the  government of New Zealand. He has  had a great deal to do with -w >rk   that  .has peciilarily- fitted bim forUiis present important and responsible position  in all kinds of reinforced concrete  work. His specialty is supe'i:ite:iding  gangs of men in the Public Works Department for city councils and governments. Mr. Ellis on his merits com -  mauds distinction in these columns  and a high place as we pass in review.  Ho is vice president of the M. P. Cot-  j ton Co Ltd., and superintends all construction operations for the company.  First   Cass  SHOEMAK-  ING and SHOE REPAIRING  yon w������nt, eo in  R. PETERS & CO.  2511 Westminster Avb.  f  Work at Sjuth Vancojver Reservoir where Contractors  M. P. Cotton Company,   Ltd., have  Excavated 80,000 cubic yards of earth, etc,  The   best  stock of   ARMS, J  % AMMUNITION,    CUTLERY, &  I and SPORTING  GOODS  can|  ;? be found at the store of T  t T  J Chas. E. Tisdall |  I        618-620 Hastings St. %  -\  3*  For Choice Pot Plants  cALSO BASKETS AND TUBS AT A SACRIFICE  c41I in first dass condition.  ��������� ^r> r* -���������'   *���������"**  PHONE  Cor FIFTEENTH and WESTMINSTER AVENUE n&3z.'?.v v-.r-ftt';--:1:  ./-'a* ;V-ii;t;'(V i ���������-\:i-ti1::.-^v:xtel:  j..'4������-ft^<-V?^Kiiii.V-J  ^^ExiaJwJtejJ^^  *-a(^R!0������������ul)AU(LS.;  WTOWKK c*t i, VANCOUVKB  BRITISH COLUMB  i  111  I  II  III  l!i.*1 u  hi  i������  II  |i?i*--  mi  . ���������**���������  IS  J. M.FROMME'S SAWMILL AT LYNN VALLEY  LYNN VALLEY LUMBER CO.  Prominent among the North Van -  couver and Lynn Valley enterprises is  the Lynn Valley Lumber Company.  The above cut represents the saw mill,  planing mill, and drying kilns at Lynn  Valley which is located four miles inland from North Vancouver. The mill  has a cutting capacity of 20,000 feet  of lumber per day, and the concern  gives employment to a force of forty  mill men and loggers. They have operated three years and conduct the  chief industry of the valley. Mr. J.  M. Fromme, the enterprising president  of the compaay is a thoroughly experienced mill and lumberman. He was  twelve years in the employ of the Haft-  tings Shingle Manufact. Co. of Vancouver, with whom he held an important position, and superintended the  building of over two hundred miles of  flume; and bad the overseeing of  gangs of men ranging from one hun -  dred and sixty to two hundred work  men.     His experience is an import- W. Savage is secretary of tbe com  ant asset to a new    metropolis    like pany, and is an excellent business man  North Vancouver where   he   has    an and citizen.    The Lynn Valley Lura-  office and yard for his manufactured ber Company on its merits commands  products, as well as at Lynn Valley, distinction in tbis review.  J. If. FROMME'S HOME AND LITTLE FAMILY  -. 7 <<'& ������^.-: \ <"*'-'k"i.  '  N>       '    <  \ r 7-vrv-.'7 * V L'h>  LYNN     VALLEY'S    FLOURISHING  GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORE  F. M. J, BARKER & E. V. STUART.  ll PROPRIETpRS.  THE   LYNN    VALLEY    GENERAL  STORE.  Is conducted by   messrs F.   M.   J.  Barker and E. V. Stuart, two live progressive numbers who give promise of  taking high rank In the commercial  world in the not far distant future.  They carry groceries, dry goods, hardware,   stationery,   fruits,   vegetables,  provisions, etc., and practically everything usually found In a general store  and required by a neighborhood. They  have operated In Lynn    Valley   two  years and command a big trade all over the valley.    Mr. Barker is a genial  and   popular   young ��������� merchant   who  makes friends easily and    leaves   no  stone unturned to   please   each   and  every patron.    The concern takes contracts for clearing and making roads,  building bridges, and have just finished a 13,000 contract in Lynn Valley;  they are now operating at Point Grey  and Mr. Stuart who is a practical and  well trained engineer superintends tho  outside work and gangs of men.  They  handle from thirty to forty men and  are  an  important commercial   factor  to the Lynn Valley mercantile Interests.  HATTIE & PEARSON'S LAND AND REAL  ESTATE OFFICE AT LYNN VALLEY  D. G. Hattie and James Pearson are  the official realty dealers in tbe new  city of Lynn Valley. They handle  city lota, acreage, farms, timber lands,  mining claims, and business chances  of all kinds. These two gentlemen  are business men of affairs with wide  -experience and reliable to deal with.  Their word is as good asr their bond-  and we take pleasure in endorsing  them unreservedly to our many readers. The beautiful scenery of the wonderful Lynn Valley Canyon, Three  Maid Mountains, park like forests in  close proximity offer inducements to  sight seers, pleasure hunters, mount -  aln climbers and fishing as well, in  Lynn Creek. Ask to get off the electric car at The Lynn Valley Hotel or  Pete's Road and call on Messrs. Hattie  and Pearson who will take pleasure  in piloting the stranger around the  new metropolis of Lynn Valley ��������� the  beautiful. On their merits they command distinction in this historic r������������-  view.  KNUTH     A     SMITH'S     GROCERY     STORE AT LYNN VALLEY.  KNUTH ft SMITH.  Are progressive "pioneer" grocery  merchants in Lynn Valley. They  carry a fine stock of general provis -  ions, fruits, canned goods, groceries,  hardware, tinware etc., and are building up a creditable business. Patrons  desiring a nice dish of ice cream or  cigars as well are promptly and politely waited onby Idiss Nellie Prober^ a-  popular young belle of ������ tne new town  who has resided : there two y ears.  Messrs Knuth and Smith leave no  stone unturned to "boost" for Lynn  Valley. They are hustlers and are  doing well. The above cut is a fine  likeness of the trio with the beautiful  . rose between two thorns.. Lynn.Valley promises in the near future to be  on the map and more men like the  above firm are ones who place it there.  Lynn Creek. Ask to get off the electric car at The Lynn Valley Hotel or  Peter Road and call on Messrs Hattie  and Pearson who will take pleasure  in piloting strangers around the new  metropolis of Lynn Valley���������the beautiful. On their merits they command  distinction ln this historical review.  House  fittings  0  U  G  H||  T  FOR CASH  ������">  We Sell  We have a  ywietyinthe  house necessi-  rattan chairs  kitchen furniture  bedroom fittings  garden chairs  You  connot  afford to miss our  'values.  PL  NOTICE.  TAKE NOTICE that I, John Hammond, of Nelson Island, occupation  farmer, intend to apply for permission  to purchase the following described  lands:���������  Commencing at a post planted at  the South East corner of Pre-emption  No. 2131, being about 3-4 miles in a  South Easterly direction from mouth of  creek in Billings Bay (Nelson Island)  about 1-2 mile from the entrance of  bay: thence North 40 chains; thence  East 20 chains; thence South . 40  chains; thence West 20 chains to stake  of commencement, containing 80 acres.  JOHN HAMMOND.  April 4th, 1910.  LAND ACT  New Westminster Land District.  District of New Westminster.  TAKE notice that I, Irving L. Bain,  of Vancouver. B. C, occupation wood  dealer, intend to apply for permission  to purchase the following described  lands: Commencing at a post planted  at the north-east corner of Lot 19,  thence north 20 chains, thence west 80  chains, thence south 20 chains, thence  east 80 chains more or less to point of  commencement.  IRVING L. BAIN.  April 18th, 1019.  I  OF     Q%TA LITY  Phone 13S0  IkAma ACT.  New   Westminster   L.awl   District.  District of New Westminster.  TAKK notice that Kiln Deboo, of Vancouver. B. C, occupation nurse, intends  to apply for permission to purchase the  following described  lands:���������  Commencing at a post planted at the  Northeast corner of T. L. 20021; thence  80 chains, more or less. North; thence  80 chains, more or less. West; thence 80  chains, more or less, South; thence 80  chains, more or lean East, to point of  commencement, containing nix hundred  and forty /649) acres, more or lean.  ELLA DEBOO.  Name of Applicant.  William John Pascoe, Agent.  Date, April 15th, 1110.  We hear a good deal about this  store being"- "Too. Dear/' We  challenge- comparison with any  store in- tbe city in staple fines  of goods. Of course we hear  now Jand again of "Snaps."  There is no such thing- as a snap  in first class articles. All prices  rule alike. Call and eonvinee  yourself.  Always a choice edeetien of  fresh fruits and vegetables on  hand.  I  !  I  i  i  LAM8NTS GROCERY  j 2243 Westminster Are.  I      Near Corner 7th      I  v NAFFZINSEt ft Ut!  " BELT UNR BROKERAGE  .. 63 Broadway* E.      Phoa������s76i "  1 " -���������  * k  Choice Lots in South Vancouver,  ; >  -,-"fc~ ������no* np. '  LandAot  Take notice tbat I. W. J. Pascoe, of  Vancouver, B. C. occupation Broker, intend to apply for permission to purchase  the following described lands:���������  Commencing at a post-planted at the  North-west corner of District Lot 1495,  on the Kast shore of Howe Sound, thence  East 20 chains; thence North 40 chains:  thence Kast 2* chains: thence North 40  chains; thence West 20 chains, more or  less, to the shore line; thence Southwesterly, following- the meander of said  shore line, 80 chains, more or less, to  point of commencement, containing 160  acres, more or less.  WILLIAM JOHN PASCOE.  February 4tn. 1910.   -  ASKE HALL  1540 Fifth Ave., West  FOR  REHSTT  Private Baace*.   Ocaeral Meetiags  PHONE LA R 3364  GEO. ASKE  2038 GRANVILLE ST.  *��������������������������������������������������������� ft<n ���������������������������������������'��������� ���������������**���������������'* ���������������������'������    ������������������*'*������������������'������������'>������������������������������������������.��������������������� >������������������������ ������������.������.#  1024 Westminster Ave.  i  i! (& NORRIS  ��������� realty co. ;;  7 Real Estate and Insurance Brokers';;  :: 3503 Westminster Road  Cor. Broadway and Westminster Road  SOUTHVANCOUVER  Close to Westminster Ave  2 lots with 66 foot frontage all  cleared and in garden, with small  house on property   Price $900  Cash $300; bal. 3, 12, 18 months  WESTMINSTER RD SNAP '  One lot close to Knight Road  Price $2500;   One-third Cash  Balance 6, 12, 18 months  DOUBLE CORNER  Close to.Victoiia Rd  Only $750  1-3 cash, bal. 3, 6, 9, 12, 15, 18  months.  SURREY ACREAGE  5 acre block for $800  $300 cash; bal. 6, 12, 18 mos  PHONE L3184  A  N  D  ii -jr -;.;  f  Refrigerators, Screen Doors,  Windows.  Lawn flowers  Lawn Sprinklers, Garden Shears, Etc  Agent  SH1RW1N- WILLIAMS  PAINTS and VARNISHES  G. a MCBRIDE & CO.  C������r. ilftth and Westminster Aves.  < >  ��������� ii  v Farm Lands For [Sale:  147 aores&ood farm land in Langley with  half niile frontage on Fraser River, with a  Government wharf on the property and a  good iroadithrough it. Only $100.00 an acre.  McLELLAN & DAIBER  1052 WeBtmmeter-cAvenue    -    -    -    Phone 4862  4i������ia������'i|i ���������������������'<��������� .���������$!���������.���������$���������.<$���������*���������&���������. %������������������������ ���������&���������^'������(^������'a)������-^������������-i!i������-<������-������^H  PETER WESTOVER'S HOME AT, LYNN VALLEY.  PETER WESTOVER.  Is a host In himself and no back-.  woods country could help coming to  the front in due time with a resident  like him as a "pioneer." Some twelve  years ago Mr. Westover took up a  homestead of 160 acres in Lynn Valley.  For several years he worked for the  Hastings Shingle Company and kept  putting in tbe money he earned in  improvements. The above cut shows  bis nice little home and family. Land  to-day in  the neighborhood is worth  from one to two thousand dollars per  acre and soon will be that much per  lot. , He served on the Municipal  Council and during that time was instrumental in getting the Electric line,  to run through the heart of the Valley,  over its present "right of way." He  if, a level headed man of affairs and  we predict great things for Lynn Valley with men like Peter Westover at  the helm. He Is a native son of our  fair Domain and merits a high place  here as we pass in review.  HWMmm  PHONE 4148  SUCCESSOR TO  II. J. PARRY & CO.  GROCERS  Corner  12th and Westminster  Avenues  * THE.  11 <>  4*  O  U >  & Healing Co.  for Csftmates on  HOT AIR OR WATER HEATING  TpMONE   5545  ::  319 Broadway E  Vancouver  >m^m*mm*^^*f**������*m*m&m0mmjm������*^^jl  Fratlok mmd Harrison  mmmmi^kemm^mWARRI^Qf: PMI*TZ*9  ft* *��������������� fiMPftlf wi ������fllf> HNwptfeli 979 #<* Awanoo C J  *-ma/m*m*mf**  Imperial Jnves&nent Co., \M.  REAJL ESTATE AMD ,'FtNANClAL BROKERS.  Estate* Managed - flents - Loans and Jneoranw  2313 Westminster Ave.. Phone 34s  45EO. E. WILLIAMSON, Presl JAS. L. LOUGHEED, Manages  J7 N. YOUMG, SECWBTABY. OG. A. McGUIRE, D. D. S.,  T. J. "WHITESIDE, ALD. M. P. P., Director.  CITY, Director. SL MaCLAY, Director.  Our service is unexcelled.  Try it for finding that  home   you  would  like.  J  I  *wz  4k*  Your Patronage cordially solicited.  . C. Ornamental Iron & Fence Co., Ltd.  ione 6571  COR. WESTMINSTER AVE. and FRONT ST  LYNN VALLEY HOTEL.  The above cut is a beautiful picture,  of this fine new hotel at Lynn Valley  recently purchased by Walter Gibbs,  the genial and enterprising young proprietor. The bouse is the finest yet  erected and is well furnished. The  accomdations are excellent for travelers, business men, tourists, and local  Vancouver people, who desire a nice  day's Vouting".    Mrs Gibbs is,a .very  FOR THIS  pleasant and excellent hostess who  seek sto make everyone feel at home,  who crosses the threshold of their es- j  tabllshment. . Lynn Valley is an ideal  outing place for Vancouver and North  Vancouver residents, aad we are pleased to refer generously to this hostlery  in this "write up" edition of the Western Call, anil we award it a high  place in these pages oa we pass In review.   ������������������"  CLAVARIE & SUDANI)  Among the latest enterprises just recently opened up in business in North  Vancouver is the fine new grocery establishment conducted by Messrs  Clayerie & Arcane! located in the residence -district on First Street. They  carry provisions of all kinds, staple  and fancy groceries and make deliveries to a'N parts of the city. Everything  1s new ;in this establishment, including  building, groceries,    and    proprietors.  Mi*. Claverie formerly operated in the  mining world in the great state of  Montana in various mining camps  where the writer did journalistic work  several years ago Mr. Arcand was in  the employ of Mr. Filon, the well  known Vancouver grocer, for eight  years. The abve cut shows the store  and proprietors of the new and public  spirited grocery trading place, and we  take pleasure in bespeaking a liberal  patronage for them.  JOHN A. CHALES.  Is a young man who has recently  launched out in the mercantile busi -  ness in North Vancouver. He conducts  a grocery-, fruit and produce store on  First Street and is doing well. Mr.  Chales was born in South America.  He has resided five years in Canada  and during the past three ye-.irs was  engaged in the logging and contract -  ing business. He pays strict ;;tten -  tion to business and is building up a  very good trade. Mr. Chales carries  everything usually found in a grocery  stuie, and his prices ;-re en The Uve and  let live policy. He believes in putting  his shoulder to the wheel v.-iien worthy  movements are on foot, to promote the  upbuilding; of North Vancouver. He  is energetic, ambitious and a h:trd  worker, and merits ,a good \vr::d he:e  as we note in these ptises brief s'ret -  ches of the leading business m?n w!n  are the founders of the new metropolis.  Mr. Chaies owns considerable valuable property in North Vancouver aud  has been buying property off and on  nearly four years. He is rf-'h; well.  and moreover is public spirited.  Fine fresh,  River Frazer  Salmon large  tins 10c  Blueberries  2 cans for 25c  Pork & Beans  large size  2 for 25c  J&tra Special  Our own Baking Powjer  per can  karge size  Extracts  any flavor per bottle JQc  Eastern townships Maple  Syrup  per quart 50c  Best Black Tea  Ourleader   3tor $i;0a  Regular  50c  White Pickles  per bottle 50c  Schrams Jars  Pts  per doz $1.25  Qts per   doz   1.50  Ashcroft  Potatoes  ***$������        $1.25 per cwt  Local Potatoes 75c cwt  Best Creamery-  Butter  3 lbs. for $1.00  We have completed  renovating this store  and are prepared to give  the very best service  and goods for the money  FRESH FRUIT AND  VEGETABLES  EVERY MORNING  i  W. J. ALLEN  Cor. I2!li & WestiDlnsteer Aves.  CHURCHES  Baptist  IM" 1PL*EASANT Bnprihi Oh rob���������  ���������*���������" Cor. 10th At \ and Quebec Ssu  C >'Akt. S. Evebton, B. A., rancor.  2S0 13th Avenue. Eut.  Preaching Services���������11 a. in. and 7:30  p. m.   Sunday School at 2:30 p. m.  B. Y. P. U.���������Mouday, 8 p.m.  Methodist  MT. PLEASANT CHRCH.���������.  Cornei Tenth *t������. and Ontario   l  Services���������Preaching at ] l a. m and at  7:00 p. m. Suuday School and Bible  Clan at 2:80 p. in.  RBV. J. P. WbSTXAX, FastOC.  ������a nonage mKJeventb ���������T������nu������,weat. Tel*  !ion������8tk<4.  Presbyterian  MT. PLEASANT Church���������  Corner Ninth ave. and Quebec ���������!.  Sunday 8BRVICI8���������Public wornhip al  11a. m aud7.-00p.ni ; Snuday school  and Bible Class at 3:80 p. ax.;    Mo*-  day���������Chriatiau Eudearor at 8 iOOp. m.  Widkhsday���������Prayer Meeting at 8:00  p. m.   Friday���������Choir practice.   .  B������v. J. W. Wooosidb, M. A.,  R������f.l70Kinthave. W.     Tel. BHftta.   Patter.  WESTMINSTER Choreh-  Cor. Wc'ton and *Stb.   One block ea������t  of Wettminnter Ave.  8MRVICBS���������Sunday 11 $0 a. m. and 7d������  Wf>. m.   Sunday School 2:80.  edneaday���������Prayer meeting 8KW p. m.  Rbv. J. a. CAxeRON, B. A.,  Residence Cor. Quebec and 21at. PaatOT.  Anglican  ST. MICHAELS���������  0uruer9th ave. and Prln-e Kdward <t.  SbRVIcbs���������Moruiug Prayer at 11 a. m.  aud Eveurang at 7:80 p. ni. each Sunday. Holy Comnmuiou on first and  third Sunday* iu each uinuih after  Morning Prayer, and ou aecoud aud  fourtn Suud>"-B at 8:00 p. m. Sun*  da/ -30 p.m.  Kev. Rector.  Rectory Corner >tn Ktlward  Telephone B17W  CENTRAL BAPI 1ST CHURCH���������  Corner Tenth A ve. and Laurel Ht.  Sbbticbs -Preaching at  11 a.m.  and  7:80 p.m   Sunday School at 2.80 p.m.  Rbt- P. Clifton Parkbx, M. A ,  nthA������e.w  Paator.  Utter Pay saints  pBOROANIZED Cburcb of Chmt-  ������ -    .'���������'!      J*iii'nth avenue out.  .:''  Sbbticbs���������Erery Sonday evening at I  o'clock.   Sunday school at 7 oVdook.  Prayer Meeting Wednesday at 8 p. m.  J. 8. Rawby. ELaer.  LODGES  fneyaendent Oracr of OMrciNrwt  MT PLEA8ANT Lodge No. IS.  Meetasrery Tuesday at 8 p. m,  to l..������.. O. f. Sail Westminster aVe.,  ������^ Pleaaan*... Sojourning brethren  oordially inrited to attend.  A, CampbeU, Noble Grand. Adela f. O.  J. Oonglas, Vice Grand. 26th & Westr.  TH08 SKWKLL. Rec. Sec. ������IU 7th ave. B.  Loyel Orange Kosst  M  T. PLEASANT L. O. L. No. 184*.  Meets the 1st and 8d Thnrsday of  *       each month a* 8 p. m , in  the K. of p Hall"  AIL    visiting   Brethren  cordially welcome.  Johb Covillb, W. ML  3013th ave. W.  N. E. Louohebd, Secy  *25 17th ave., W.  Independent Order foresters  pOUBT VANCOUVER   No.   1328^-  *-'   Meets 2d and 4th Mondays of each  month at 8 p. in., in the Oddfellows'  Hall, Mt, Pleasant,     Visiting breth-  ern always welcome.  H. Hankixs, Chief Rauger  M. J. Crehan, Rec. Sec.  ������   n ���������^7 Princeijutreet, Clt?.  A. Pexoelly, Financial Secretary.  ���������^37 Kleventh Hvenuecaa*..  Piano tuning  Expert Rjepair Wcrk.  Factory Experience  Best References  W. J. GOARD.  Leave your orders at the Western Call  f  =^\  VJ  Early Rose,  Gold Coin and  Burbank  SEED POTATOES  CJA  S. W. KEITH  Broadway and We������!m"n<ter Road  Also large stock of  Garden Seeds  Lawn Grass  PouItrj^Supplies  &c. ���������iK^-.i i.^vfA^ ^jw  ��������� ,M',J/  ������ii������v������il������KC.:^  tstiay*iJ^,s^*1j!W#������/ffi*x^  THE WESTERN CALL, VANCOUVER. BRITISH COLUMBIA.  ffl-  m.  I:iv  te  m  p  11*1 i  p  N  i  w  pi  !?���������������  I  1^  C>ii-  BRIDGE AND RA  F  LROAD  R NORTH VANCOUVER  ACTIVE   PROMOTING  WORK  BEING  DONE ALL  ALONG THE LINE  If readers o������ this edition wane to  know how the worlds were framed by  the powers that be and made to appear  out of things that do not appear i.e. the  invisible, if they will meet with Jno.  Y. McNaught, reeve of the municipality of North Vancouver, J. C. Keith,  an old pioneer banker of B. C, Jas P.  Fell, the live and enterprising representative & manager of the Lonsdale  estate, E. Mahon, President of the  North Vancouver Land and Improve-  ��������� ment Company. Lambert Bond, E. \V.  Maclean and other representatives of  the district, they will learn what an  immensity of hard work is necessary  to be done ere even the present stage  has been reached prior to materialization of a bridge and railroad.  Less than a decade ago North Vancouver was not even in the air stage,  it was in the woods, and thick ones  too ��������� nature in her sublime wildness  and grandeur A little over two decodes  ago it. was in the air, that the C P. R.  was coming to Vancouver. For. twenty  one years Vancouver has been  the terminal city of a transcontinental  lailway.  Less than six months ago a bill was  introduced petitioning The House of  Commons of Canada for incorporation  of the Burrard Inlet Tunnel and Bridge  Company with power to lay out, construct, operate, maintain and use a  tunnel under the first narrrows of the  Burrard Inlet and a bridge over the.  second narrows of Burrard. Inlet, both  for foot passengers, carriages, street  railway and railroad purposes with the  necessary approaches from the south  /  ft  call thereon shall exceed ten per cent  on the shares subscribed.  5. . The head office of the Company  shall be in the city of Vancouver, in  the province of British Columbia.  6. The annual meeting of the shareholders shall be held on the second  Wednesday in Sepr.-iiiL-ai  7. The number of directors shall  be not less than five nor more than  nine, one or more of whom may be  paid directors.  S The company may lay out, .construct, operate, maintain and use a  tunnel under tbe first narrows of Burrard Inlet, for foot passengers, CiJ,*-  riage, street railway and railway purposes, with the necessary approaches,  from some convienient points on the  south shore in or near the ci*y of Van-  ���������couver to points on the opposite shore  of Burrard Inlet, so as not to interfere  with navigation,. and may, to connect  the said tunnel and bridge or either  with the lines of the companies named  in section 14 of this act, lay out, construct and operate one or more lines  of railway not exceeding ten miles in  length of the guage of four feet eight  and a half inches; and the company  may lay water mains or pipes through  the said tunnel and across the said  bridge, or either of them.  9. The company may lay out, construct and operate a railway of the  guage of four feet and one half inches  from the northern ends of the said  bridge, and tunnel, or either of them  easterly along the shore line of the  District Municipality of North Vancouver to a point a Deep Core   oh   the  company shall not erect any. poles or  lines upon or along .the highways,  streets or other public places of any  municipality for the purpose of disposing of: the surplus power or energy  acquired or developed as provided for  in this section, nor carry on a lighting or power business within such municipality without first obtaining the  consent, expressed by by-law, of the  municipality having jurisdiction over  the.said highway, street or other public place, and upon terms to be agreed  -upon with such municipality.  12. The company may issue bonds,  debentures or other securities to the  extent, of seven hunderd and fifty thousand dollars in aid of the construction  of the tunnel, and such securities may  be secured by a deed or mortgage describing the property charged as security for such bonds or debentures,  and such bonds shall be designated as  "series B"; and in addition thereto  bonds to an amount not exceeding  seven hunderd and:fifty thousand dollars may be issued in aid of the construction of the bridge, and shall be  designated as "series A," and shall in  like manner be secured by a: deed of  mortgage sepecifying the security  therefor; and such deeds of mortgage  may contain provisions that all tolls  and revenues derived from the use cf  the tunnel and bridge, or either of  them, by other corporations or persons  shall be specially charged and pledged  as security for such bonds, and .may  also provide that the company shall  pay the Trustees of such mortgage  similar rates and tolls to those fixed  for the use of the tunnel and bridge  by similar corporations, which rate3  and tolls shall also be charged as security for such bonds.  1.3. The securities issued . by the  Company with respect to the railway,  exclusive of the railway through the  said tunnel and upon the said bridge,  shall not exceed fifty thousand dollars  NORTH VANCOUVER'S ELEGANT PALACE HOTEL  PALACE HOTEL OF NORTH VAN  COUVER.  Prominent among the splendid host-  .leries of our province is the beautiful  Palace Hotel of the city of North Vancouver. The magnificence of this  house in a city of this size would open  the eyes of the most fastidious Easterner. It is an elegant three story  concrete block with a handsome brick  front and a roof garden for the gods  and goddesses of Grouse Mountain to  come from the, snowy capped peaks  and mingle with the children of men  in social frteadshlp and imbibe the ex  hilarating atmosphere together in so  propitious and auspicious a city.  This large caravansary was erected  last year at a cost of considerable over  $100,000 and is an ornament and in -  vestment that adds materially to the  wealth of the new metropolis. There  are over one hundred well furnished  rooms with every modern convenience  including hot and cold water, steam  heat, electric light, electric call bells  and return, and etc. An excellent  knowledge of hotel requirements were'  shown in its construction.  This house alone is a great adver -  tisment to the city of North Vancouver  and the roof garden is 107 x 90 feet,  large enough for pulling off many  swell functions. Iteda and Andruse,  the enterprising proprietors take pride  iu providing for the hospitality, entertainment and accomodation of tht  public, and here the table would suit  an epicure. The.rates are $2.00 per  day and up and special rates to family  and regular boarders.  We therefore in this issue accord  this excellent hotel generous'mention  here as we note the leading enterprises  of North Vancouver ia this edition of  the Western Call.  BURRARD INI.KTTI/NNFI.RRtnr.Fr*  iMffaTfiBM  MOBM  "   " -<i  IhrntCny  shore in the city cf Vancouver to  North Vancouver on the opposite  shore. The article giving the bill as it  passed the second reading is as follows:  ���������    *    *  THE   HOUSE   OF     COMMONS   OF  CANADA.  B I L I     118.  An Act to incorporate the Burrard Inlet Tunnel and Bridge Company.  Whereas a petition has been presented praying that it be enacted as hereinafter set forth, and it is expedient  to grant the prayer of tbe said petition:    Therefore His Majesty, by and  with  the advise  and  consent of  the  Senate and House of Commons of Canada, enact as follows: ���������  1. E. Mahon, E. W. McLean, James  P. Fell and Lambert Bond, all of the  city of Vancouver, and John Y. McNaught & .T. C. Keith, both of the city  of North Vancouver, in the Province  of British Columbia, together with  such persons as become shareholders  in the company, are incorporated under the name of "The Burrard Inlet  Tunnel and Bridge Company" hereinafter called "The Company".  2. The undertaking of the company  is declared to be a work for the general advantage of Canada.  3. The persons named in sections 1.  of this Act are constituted provisional  directors of the company.  4. The capital, stock of the Company  shall be three million dollars. No one  north arm of Burrard Inlet, and westerly from the northern ends of the  said bridge or tunnel, or either, along  the shore line of the city of North  Vancouver of the said municipality to '  a point at or near Horse Shoe Bay on  Howe Sound.  10. The company shall not construct or operate any line of its railway along any highway, street or  other public place without first obtaining the consent, expressed by bylaw, of the municipalities having jurisdiction over the said highway,  street or other public place, and upon  terms to be agreed upon with such  municipality.  11. For the purposes of its undertaking, and subject to the provisions  of section 247 of The Railway Act, the  company may acquire and develop water, electric or other power and energy,  and may erect lines for the transmission of such power and may transmit  and deliver it to any place in the cities  or municipalities through which the  works of the company are authorized  to be built, and may receive, transform, transmit, distribute and supply  such power or energy in any form, and  may dispose of the surplus thereof and  collect rates and charges therefor; but  no such rate or charge shall be demanded or taken until it has been approved of by the Board of Railway Commissioners of Canada, who may'alwo  revise such rates and charges from  time to time: Provided, however, the  per mile of such railway construction  or under contract to be constructed.  14. Subject to the provisions of sections 361; 362 and 363 of The Railway  Act, the company may enter into  agreements with all or any of the companies Jrarelnafter mentioned for any  of the purposes specified in the said  section 361; such companies being the  Canadian Pacific Railway Company,  the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway Company, the Canadian Northern Railway  Company, the Northern Pacific Railway Company, the Chicago Milwaukee  and St. Paul Railroad Company, the  Vancouver Westminster and Yukon  Railway Company, the Howe Sound,  Pemberton Valley and Northern Railway Company, the Vancouver Power  Company, Limited, and the British  Columbia Electric Railway Company.  15. The Company shall commence  the construction of its bridge and tunnel within three years after the passing of this Act; and if such commencement is not so made, or if the  said bridge and tunnel are not completed within seven years after the  passing of this Act. the powers of  construction granted to the Company  for such tunnel and bridge swall cease  and be null and void as respects so  much of the said bridge and tunnel as  then remains uncompleted.  1������.   The Railway Act shall apply to  the company and its undertaking.  Passed the House Febr. 28th 1919.  The following representatives of the  various districts were petitioners for  the bill presented to the House of Commons on February 28th 1910 and in  April less than two months after received their Royal Charter.  Engineers are now busy with structural designs of the bridge etc. expected to be built and it is thought, that  within from twenty to twenty two  months everything will be in operation.  Jas. P. Fell.  E. Mahon.  J.C.Keith.  Jno. Y. McNaught.  Lambert Bond.  E. W. Maclean.  THE DISTRICT OF   NORTH   VANCOUVER.  i: Jno. Y. McNaught, Reeve.  Alex Philip, C. M. C.  THE CITY OF NORTH VANCOUVER.  Wm. H. May, Mayor;  Thos. Shepherd. Clerk.  THE CITY OF VANCOUVER.  C. S. Douglas, Mayor.  Wm. McQueen. City Clerk.  THE DISTRICT OF    SOUTH    VANCOUVER.  W A. Pound, Reeve.  G. H. Peake, C. M. C.  THE  DISTRICT  OF   BURNABT.  Peter Byrne, Reeve.  O. M. Saunders, C. M. C.  THE DISTRICT OF POINT GREY.  D. G. Wlliams, Acting Reeve.  Henry Floyd, C. M. C. ,.     >  NORTH VANCOUVER LUMBER   CO.  Is one of the larger concerns operating in North Vancouver under the  able proprietorship pf Mr. McAllister.  He conducts a mill and lumber yard  in the city located on the Esplanade,  and gives employment to a force of  thirty workmen. He is a gentleman  of wide business experience, and his  industry is a factor of considerable  commercial importance to the hew metropolis. Few lines offer more scope  to indefatagible.energy than the manufacturing of lumber and we are pleas-  n  ed to suy (hat as lumber has Its his -  tory, it has its various chapters, com-.,  mem-lug first with the primeval forust  and Ihe woodman's axe, and ends in  the haunts and homes of clviliped man.  To the mill juid lumber man we are  all indeblted as they are the pioneers  of the new order of communities.  Mr. McAllister is full of enterprise and  public spirit, and stands in the front  rank among the founders and pillars  of the new and beautiful city of North  Vancouver now growing by, leaps and  bounds, and his yard is headquarters,  for builders.  THB   NORTH     VANCOUVER     LUMBER     CO.'S       MILL.

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