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 ���������I$;%7������s8  ,'-. ���������'  :Kffi?cSa4'.  77:'7 .���������$ ���������' '  :-7.7lvi^  w&$  r  Q  J       CO  ;i, ���������������-..���������;  I *  CD    i  '������   ,'  (B  I   J  Vancouver City, Mount Pleasant, South Vancouver and The Province  VOLUME I  VANCOUVER; British CojflJrti^ MARCH 11, 1910.  No. 44  j  "MORE  PAY  ROLLS."  The annual meetings of the Board of  i Trade and of the Tourist Association  held this week, reference was made to  the Importance of encouraging manufacturers to locate in this city. The  president of the former body suggested that a special department of the  Tourist association should he estab-  Halted to deal wjth this matter exclusively and the manager of-the Tourist  assoc-lttlon submitted a report recommending the organization of an "Industrial Bureau" to be operated by the association. -The members of the latter  endorsed very strongly the proposals  of their manager and instructed the incoming executive to take the matter  up.  i  In another column wc publish the  full list of the recommendations in  question and the resolution adopted by  the association respecting the funds re-  ���������quireil to carry them out.  ���������  ���������      i .  \. We hope that our citizens will make  a fitting -.espouse to the appeal for.  funds. , Money expended in judicious  and intelligent advertising, constitutes a most productive Investment and  by the progress of the city should v*i-  gard their contributions to a publicity  ..fund as an expenditure from which,  they will receive abundant returns.  7 Tlie'rerla no rjooin for debate as to  I the desirability of building up the man-  L-ufacttirlng Interests of Vancouver. The  'presence Of a large body of prosperous  i.attieanH. is esspntlal: to the <oiitlntied  (prosperity of any city.   We believe the  [natural conditions affecting Vancou-  jver are favorable to the making of it  [one of the greatest industrial centres  [of Canada. And. therefore, the home oi  l^ens of thousands of that most desir-  [able class of citizens���������well-paid mechanics.  This possibility should stimulate  ���������very - "person interested in Vancouver;  lb give the heartiest possible support  Bud encouragement to the proposed  Jiovement. It is a work that should be  lone   now.    There  are   tides   In   the  iffairs of Cities as well us of men that  bunuot. be neglected without loss, and  nothing could well bo more obvious  than the fact that the time has come  [vhen Vancouver should take up this  luestion in a systematic and thorough  MADE IN VANCOUVER.  The above legend ought to mean  more to our citizens than li does\ Few  seem to appreciate the obligation to  give a decided preference for ihe products of our own factories. The obligation exists, however, and it is good  business, as well as true patriotism, to  observe it. It is not an obligation ol  charity, but of enlightened self interest. No man having Investments in  Vancouver can afford to ignore the ad  vantage accruing to the city from tlu  operation here cf successful manufacturing establishments. The money paid  for labor is expended in the community  in which it is received. If the labor represented In goods consumed here h  performed in a distant city, the latter  gets the advantage and. Vancouver enjoys little profit from the transaction.  It is the duty, of every citizen to sec  to it that to the greatest extent possible, the labor cost of the goods he'consumes shall remain In this city. He  should, in .short, select where possible  Vancouver-made goods. He Will ge,  equal value in the original transaction  and at the same time contribute to the  prosperity of. this city and thus to  his own material interest.  OUR  BUSY STREETS.  It was with some astonishment wt  saw. while passing a grocery. store in  Mount Pleasant, a storekeeper throw  out Immediately In front of his store  a large \6nIon," whljqh- evidently -was  no gocd. An onion is a nice .thing  well cooked, or occasionally raw, but  served up on one of our: principal  streets, seems a liitle, out ;of taste. It  Is; a^'g'neat i'Hty^i^^  more respect for the public highwayt  than to do, such as this.  CAR   FENDERS.  ray.       .  Help along the campaign for  r*ay Rolls."  There is great negligence on the pari  of our Council in that they do not. insist oh the P.. C. 13. Ry. Co. providing  fenders' for their cars. The company  have apparently made up their mind  as to the fender they will instai, a^  we see an occasional one. W.e cannot find any excuse for our Council  not attending to this before now.  Before we are aware of the fact,  there will be other accidents and then  the Council will have as much responsibility as the company. Another point j  we would like to see rectified and  that is the bells (not) being rung  while , car's-! are .passing-one .another.  As it does not cost any more and may  More save a life occasionally, why do not  ' the officials Insist on it?  THE LAVMAN'S  NISSKMIY MOVEMENT  Perhaps the most telling reply to  the atheistic di I veilings of the Higher Criticism of the average theological schools of today, is the splendid  and enthusiastic work of the business  laymen' of all Christian denomination*-  throughout the British Empire.and the  United States.  In effect our "higher critics" of  many Christian, denominations and  theological "colleges, have been asserting to the world, that Christ is either  a figment or an ordinary man; that  Christianity is but a human invention, and. is on all fours-with the  other Asiatic, religions; that there was  no flood, no miracle at the Dead Seat  no crossing of the River .Jordan 7oh  dry land, no Daniel in the lion's den.  no intervention of angels, no Hebrew  children in.the fiejy furnace, no |ii$ proceed in canvassing our citizens.'  phetic announcements concerning the;MT|ie above resolutions were adbpted  coming of the Young  Man  of Neza^���������t the annual meeting of the Vancou-  TO BE ESTABLISHED BY  !    TOURIST ASSOCIATION  {"Resolved, That for the purposes of  this Association, in order to take advantage of all the opportunities for  world-wide publicity now opened to us.  and in order to provide the office staff,  special writers and expenses entailed  lu the work of the Association, a fund  of net less than $25,000 should be  raised among the citizens of Vancou:  VerT"  Resolved, That for the,purpose of  placing our Association on a permanent, basis it is desirable to secure  3,000 members at $10 per annum, and  We/hereby authorize our directors to  A meeting with organization of an Association .is planned for Wednes-  fay,  March   10th,   I'.MO.  in  the Oddfellows  Hall,  Mount Pleasant.  It is for the purpose of forming an Association to develope "Our" District.   To present to the public our possibilities for investment; our business'  firospec.ts and in a general way to develope   trade,   and   interest   Incoming  Capital.  If you are a property owner;  a business man. or a prospective settler,  .'011 can benefit by attending this meeting.  It   Is a matter of busiii.vs. and Is   being   held   in   business   hours.     If  ton are a man of business yoti cannot afford to miss this meeiing.  Fix  the  date���������Wednesday,  at   4 p.m.  roth, no crucifixion followed by burlap  resurrection and ascension, and that  there is no ground for the doctrine of  future punishment and rewards.  The hard-headed laymen of Anglo-,  Saxondom, comitosed of laborers, busi-'  ness men. kings in finance. la-wyers,  doctors, teachers, and the ablest scientists, have answered the babbling  critics with a reply unique and moat  powerful. Their answer in effect says:  We believe in thes Divine Man of Gall-  lee. We -believe that "AH who come  to Him may have life"; abundant life.  We believe that in Christ all men may  be saved. We believe that spiritual  life may be had in this world, and that  men passing from death unto life have  knowledge Of the fact.       x *  -We believe that Jesus la the Saviour  of the world, that it la the glorious  privilege and bounden duty of the laymen to^aid in having the gospel of a  free salvation preached to all mankind'  during this generation, and are ready  to give of our time and money to bring  this to pass.  'And as never in the history of the  human family, these laymen of all denominations are making such answer  to the critics, who are in the clouds  of speculative philosophy, lifeless  theology, atheistic deduction, and  spiritual death, as ought to make them  sit in silence, or turn their time and  attention ,to the every-day religion of  giving comfort Instead of pouring out  foolish pratlngs. -  As against the Protestant, atheistic  and infidel teachings of some would-  be lights, both of colleges and certain  big pulpits, there is & remarkable, wf^se  and sensible- silenctr on-the partHol"-  ��������� he Roman Catholic clergy. We find  them.always loyal to the doctrine of  revelation, of the dignity of Christ,  and of salvation from sin. We as  Protestants very often blame the Flo-  man Catholfcs for many things, and  forget that some of onr own clerics  are frequently as far, or farther astray,  than those whom we take delight to  condemn. Christian laymen all over  the world are at present doing a work  such as has never been attempted1 in  the past.  And the impression on non-Catholic  business   men    is   profound  a-iuf  far  mer: Information and Tourist. Association on Wednesday evening last. They  followed upon the presentation of a re-  port by the manager sugesting several  new departments of work for the association. The report of the manager  follows:  ff^jiere are one or two matters I  would like to submit for your consideration when planning the future  work of the Association.  While the record of the association  fulljr. attests Its usefulness, there are  some lines of work requiring attention fwhich it should undertake.   '  Of-these the'moat important la that  of promoting the location of manufactures in Vancouver, in connection with  which a vigorous and intelligent eaoi-  pawn''shoultS' be ar-once Inaugurated.  The first step In this would be to  collect the facts affecting the industrial situation here. This is essential,  it would be woise than useles to  spend money advertising local manufacturing opportunities, until we are  in a position to furnish detailed information to those whom such may interest., Furthermore our advertising  should: be specific���������mentioning the industries  for  which  openings  exist.  There should be, therefore, a-bureau  fully furnished with the information  necessary to deal intelligently with  tlie enquiries called forth by its ad:  vertisements.  This requires the assembling of a I  large body of data concerning general  conditions and also those affecting  particular Industries. Facts as to the  availability and cost of raw materials,  freight charges, markets, cost of power, site; etc.. ---eta-.- should be carefully  tabulated.  The data thus obtained might reveal obstacles which would yield to  some sort ol" public action or which,  on ifm other hand might be found to  be immovable and fatal Impediments  to the development here of certain  classes of industry. It would he folly  to invite such industries to locate  fiPfP���������atid injurious to rhe city to have  the   invitation   accepted.  Among this data should he Included  the extent and results of existing  manufacturing enterprises, for 1 think  that in any effort of the kind proposed.  GXP. WILL IT  GIVE VANCOUVER  THE CO-lt ?  According to latest advices from Seattle, the Grand Trunk Pacific, Canada's national transcontinental railway,  nas already spent over $ 1.00.1,000 in  purchasing a site tor terminal facilities and dockage in the very heart of  Seattle. It. is also stated that the company will spend between six and seven millions in improving their property, in building large ocean docks,  terminal passenger depots and freight  yards.  The line of Coast' steamers to ply  on the coast up to Prince Rupert and  Alaska, will make these docks their  headquarters and only make Vancouver a side port of call. It is also stated that the trans-Pacific business will'  start from Seattle.  Another feature of this scheme is t.  make Seattle the  Pacific Headquarters.  Oflkp bulld'ngs and every terminal  facility will Le located at Seattle. Ail  supplies for the construction work in  the north will be shipped from Seattle, also all steel and rolling stock.  What lends a color of truth to these  extraordinary statements is that at  present the supplies are chiefly, being  shipped from Seattle. The steamers  now being constructed in England are  to be registered in Seattle also.  Mr. Hayes stated when here last  year that,the company purposed,building to Seattlte,' tout it' was not though  .that a road whi������ h was receiving such  magnificent gifts from the Canadian  'public would give it the. cohl-shoulder  in thfi way? tf7s1 cei fainly up \6 the  Dominion authorities to get busy and  counteract 'all such high-handed actions. It may be that this is the punishment that is to be meted out to  British Columbia lor refusing to allow  Oriental labor to flood the country; be  that as it may. one thing is certain���������  the situation is serious and calls for  drastic action.  A  ADDRESS  8tirring  Address on  "Canada's Duty  in Imperial Oefenea," by Alder-   '���������  man H. H. Stavtns.  MOUNT  PLEASANT |  UptoDate HARDWARE STORE!  whole human race.  Spring Renovating  We wonld like to supply your wants.  WE HAVE  Curtain Stretchers  Step Ladders  Carpet Beaters  Alabastine  Brushes  aud almost anything you need in that line.  Liquid Veneer  Paints  , Oil Stains  Varnish Stains  NT. PLEASANT  REAL ESTATE  W   R, OWEN  Successor to J. A. Flett, Ltd.  Mt. Pleasant  2337 Westminster Ave. Phone 447  reaching. In fact, it in one of the . regard should be had for the rights  atter-day miracles, and foretells a mar-1 of Arms that have built up establish-  vellous. and a triumphant hi Mr-re ror'ments from small beginnings, and  Christianity- and   the- uplifting of  the | have- thus contributed to the prosper'  ity oi   the city.  Furthermore, the proposed bureau  should actively promote the local use  of goods made in Vancouver, and I  would propose incorporating in a folder or booklet, a list of tlie products of  local  manufacture.  Within the last two dayn I have sen!  circulars to a number of the manufac-  turers asking for information regarding their enterprises and intend to  cover all the ftms in the city in the.  sanve way. V hope as a result to receive very useful data that will furnish good material for the proposed  pamphlet, and for other purposes of  the campaign.  r think, too. that the association  should" consider the idea of installing  an exhibit ol* niade-in-Vancouver goods  and in other ways creating a Sentiment favorable to their use.  To carry  out  the ideas  herein  sug-  FOURTH AVE CARS  There is no deubt the people on  Fourth avenue have much to be proud  of in their new car service, but we  do not see the reason for the, one;  horse switching system at Granville  street, and the way in which the cars  follow one another so close sometimes  would make you w^eep. They certainly  do not accommodate the people by  waiting for Fairview cars if only half  a bjock. away.  It seems to our lay minds that  Fourth avenue cars, if bunched at  Granville, should adjust themselves to  the time by the last car waiting.  V Judging from the-amount of building  .*. that is contemplated on  .Mount  Plea-  .j, sant. this spring should be a very busy  ���������4* time for that section of the citv There  v       -  <f i������ no reason why Jit. Pleasant should  2  not be- a very centre of business ac-  V tivity. sjtuated' as it is on the main  ���������?��������� arteries of the city. The population  a is behind it. and only the indifference  ^' of the citizens' can hinder its rapid  Jf] development. As things are at pres-  A-jent.. it would appear that at last the  X people of Vancouver were beginning  ���������5*1 to-realize the* advantages.of this sec-  v i        ���������   ���������      ���������  ���������j-ltion.   There has been-a lot of property '  ^.j turning over, recently, along'Westmin- j gested' would   require   money  otiisjdo  ^Tjster   avenue,   between   Broadway  and   the  usual   income  of  the   association.  A Sixteenth, and as already noted, many  Xi large busihesj-s  blocks are  to be built  .=..���������..... .-^this spring.  '.wvwvw  and I" suggest that efforts be made to  'raise a fund to be devoted to this work  mmm  In   view of the sad event  in   Hamilton. Ont., when a lad  was bitten  by  a   mad dog.  would  it   not   be  wise  to  have   some   more     strict   .supervision  made' over these animals before Vancouver has such a horror to face. We  do  not  think   there  can   be  anything  more repulsive and harrowing than to  ���������see   lorlur*   such   as   this   lad   uuder-  j went.    In iliis case people wen! home  ; and  d������f'Stroyed   valuable   pets  for  fear  | their   animals   should   be   responsible  ; for soiiie such tragedy.  '     VW have   too  many  loose  dogs    in  j Vancouver���������dogs that have neither value or beauty, and tliey apparently are  'homeless.     What   is  our  poundkeeper  'doing?    We hear of hi in .occasionally  and -see him occasionally.   Can he handle the proposition, or i.s he only play-  ; ing at tlie job?  !     It.is to be hoped the Hamilton hor-  1 ror  is  not   repeated  in   Vancouver.  I ' ,_,     :  ! BAG" ACCIDENT.  One of the street cars left the rails  ! at the corner of Davie and Granville,  i and broke through the wall-of FergU-  ! son's Drug Store. It is remarkable  ���������that the motornian escaped, as the  'front of the car was smashed in. Ku-  j mor had it happen at 2:'50 Friday  morning.    It  is remarkable hO������v far a  An enthusiastic meeting of Ward  Five Conservative ������lub was held on  Monday evening in Oddfellows'  Hall, Mount Pleasant, when Alder-'  man H. H. Stevens delivered an address on "Canada's Duty in Imperial  Defence," which'was very heartily '  received. A number of those present  also spoke flateringly of Mr. Ster  vena's effort. The following members  were elected to represent the club at  the great convention to be held in  June next at Ottawa: Official delegate. Geo: H. Williamson; alternates.  Dr. S. Nixon and S McClay; waiting  delegates, C. B. Foid. A P. Black,  Archie  Robinson.  In. his. address. Alderman Stovers  said:  7 "Mr. Cliairnian and Gentlemen,���������In  rising to speak to >oti this evening  on the subject of 'Canada's Duty in  Imperial. Defence.' I confess to "being  conscious of the fact'that I am altogether unqualified to do Justice to  such an important subject.^ To me,  sir, this subject is fraught with "such  far-reaching possibilities, that at  times I tremble to think of . what  might be the consequences of the action which may be taken hy Canada  at this.tlme7     "^     "   ..   :c.   -> r*"  Ir is not so much. "Shall we give  twenty-one millions of money," or  "Shall , we construct a navy?" but  "What aie ihe "causes which have led"  up to the present crisis in Imperial  history?"������. What underl>ing principles are at stake? If we fail to measure up to the demands and expectations of Ihe enthusiast, what will be  the result? These aud kindred questions are the problems which 1 feel  called upon to solve, when I consider  this, great question of Imperial defence. "w7  I am a lover of my country, because it is my home, and because her  associations are dear to me. I am an  imperialist lecause 1 am a child of  the Empire, because her history  stands for all that is noblest and purest in the race. Wherever the Union  Jack waves, there is liberty and protection to the'weak.  Hut above all. I believe that the  Empire, under God. has within Itself  those elements which will ultimately  work out the-=8olntion of -economic���������  and social equity, the emancipation  of the race, and tbe practical demon-,  stration of the polity of the Man of  Nazareth. I believe that this great  federation of autonomous commonwealths, which we call Empire, is the  nucleus around which may be formed a system of international government, which will know no pauper or  criminal, no oppressor or oppressed,  no war or strife, but under which  men may dwell together in unity and  concord. In this picture too optimistic? Is it sentimental? Is it impracticable?  As I look back through the long  vista of history and view from this  vantage point the rise and fall of .  those natious and empires that have  gone. I think I see the same forces,  under a different guise, contending  for control In our own Ujloved Empire, as happened in days gone by.  "What are these fortes?" it seems  to me is a pertinent question at this  time. History repeats Itself. Rome  was. we are told, founded by outcasts and exiles, who very early formed a system of government by senate,  and Roman law became the model  after "which, largely, the-laws'of. nations who have followed are pattern-  ed.* And just as long as Rome protected the weak, and meted out justice and equity, in her rough and  rigid way, did she develop and expand. Hut when the time csme that  she oppressed the poor in order to  sustain the "opulence and wealth  of her rulers and patricians, then  commenced the disintegration of  perhaps the most wonderful empire  that the world has ever seen. Her rise  development and  power continued  as  (Continued on PaQt 4)  car will travel after leaving the rails Jlong as she meted out her rough jus  'when going at eight miles an hour es-  tke.  but internal  corruption  and  dis  pecially Vhen" takirtg' tbVtuYns. ���������*  ~Continued onpage 4 ~  i "7  jfl  -.'-"-i  #*,*���������  \  ** s  i-   if THE WFST13RN CALL. VANCOUVER. -BRITISH COLUMBIA.  0  ���������  ��������� '  v  ;  i  ������.g������.������.i<i.������.iji.������.i}'.������.ji ������'$>������������������fo-a-'Va  f  YOUR PIANO RK-POLtSHED AT  YOUR OWN HOME  From 34.00 UP.  Antique and modern furniture re-  polished.  FIRST CLASS WORK GUARANTEED  WENSTONE & COY  908 DAVIE STREET  43-44  Lawnmowers sharpened and repaired���������Average price 50c.  AM I  ���������>V.*SR������  MY BROTHER'S  KEEPER?  7:$k  ���������^73*-*.,:  W''%  \K-i-  Who murdered William Asfawartaf  The coroner,' Dr. Jeffs, quite properly  gave to the public a verdict of suicide.  He, in his official capacity, could not  do otherwise. But if he were asked  who were the primary cause of that  public bar is the means and place cf  robbing men of money, tame, energy,  manhood, JKUkpower, ^character    and  life? ,������^       ^  fc...     -       .vv:  ������������������     ���������'".<.>",       .:"''ta     '������.-,:��������� . :  ."���������  Who arev2|h# roen/kt aH times stand-  ing up for?th% pnoHc^lhar? Wlboiane  the men making money out of the manufacture of drunkards? Who are the  men in Vancouver taking money from  the drinkers, and drugging ahem into  insensibility, into stupidity, into help-  1  early, untimely, tragic death, 1 am of J lessness and into suicide?    Who are  Pilky's Repair Shop  2525   Westminster  Ave.  I  I  I  LAMONTS *  *. GROCERY  2243 Westminster Ave.j  Near Corner 7th      J  I  !  !  I  This is where to buy your  Groceries if-you want every-  fresh with a good selection  to choose from,  ���������  I  THE    STORE  OF     QUALITY  f*HONE 1360  * Wesave | you money'  opinion he would place it at an earlier  date and on other shoulders.  However, I am not tied down to any  exact, legal, official report and verdict,  based upo, and confined to the testimony produced at the inquest. I  have known William Ashworth eve',  since be came to Vancouver, and with  much pleasure watched him make  financial headway for himself, his  wife and young family, until he wan  within sight of comfortable circumstances.  But he was overtaken by the tempt  er, and the .tempter was legion. In thi  olden days a legion of devils attacked  one poor man; and as we read the  account we are apt to conclude that  was a case rather unique and somewhat solitary in the history of mankind.  But this is not so, for men are attacked to-day by legions of devils as  truly as in the olden days. And  among the many devils that besieged |  the young life and family of William  Ash worth were the hearties devils of i|  drink purveyors. And the meanest of  are the inhuman wretches who give  !  the people making it possible to mur  der their feliowmeh on payment of an  annual price?  History tells the .world that at one  time the Christian church in Europe  sunk so low, that indulgences were officially sold; and on a money basis  crimes were graded, permitted and for-  aiven. I would like to ask our people if they think they have a similar  uthority granted them by the Almighty, so that they may grant an  mnual license for money to men. to  ���������ell drink.    Does the annual fee free  he men who make the laws by which  Tien are drugged to death for money?  Does the annual revenue to city or  province, free from the guilt of murders, suicides and ruined homes? Can  \ license save the saloon man from  terrible responsibility and an awful  tribulation coming to those who drug,  rob, debauch, kill and live upon stolen  money?  The man who drugs a poor wretch  <tid robs him of his money when stupid, is a thief in spite of his legal  standing. ;������  Daily, men  and  families are going  a man drink in apite of the tears of his doW~ward"ta Vanco^w \hrouglT7he  children, and the entreaties of his wife,  There are men in Vancouver who  know that a poor drunkard is ruining  his family and his own life, and yet  they for money will give drink to the  helpless creature, and thus aid in his  suicide and his family's great, life-long  sadness.  At this point I ask: Who are these  monsters, these wilful murderers? I  repeat my question: Who are the legal  and knowing murderers of William  Ash worth? Are they the men and wo-j  men who have been working to do  away with the cursed public habit of  drinking?    Is it not a fact that the  of Fairview, Kitsilano and  Mount Pleasant Properties is completer  A FEW BARGAINS  Fine Corner, West of Granville one  "^~"bJockr'"$io^0G;'"-2-hoiises-6n'--this--  renting for $50 per month.  $5000 cash, balance 1-2 years.  Oak Street JJot, 66 ft. Shaughnessy  Heights, $6600; 1-3 cash, bal.  6-12-18.  6 room Modern House, 50 ft. lot;  Broadway, West of Granville,  $7300.  This is the price of the lot alone.  REAL ESTATE BROKERS  2040 GRANVILLE STR.  Next to Canadian Bank of Commerce  Phono 5609  mblic bar and debauching drink  turely it is time to speak in strong  in image on this matter. Many timet  William Ashworth came to me. and on  many occasions I tried to help him.  One -might as well try to confine an  >arthquake within a thimble, as to  save a man from his own appetite for  strong drink, so long as our Legislature at Victoria make it a special pojn-  'o legalize and authorize a lot of  heartless whisky vendors to prey upon  hat poor drunkard so long as he may  Hve.  We say we are civilized, and yet  keep a lot of men on hand with poisonous drugs to rob, stuplfy and debase our fellow citizens*. Wives may  plead; children may'weep, families  may starve, murders and suicides multiply; and still our legislators and  commissioners make it legal to c'on-  fciniie in this awful work. '7  We find our people wild'to keep out  the Japanese, Chinese, Hindoos and.  'ertain poor, though respectable Britons from the old land; and yet, yes.  and yet, these very people sit still and  permit hordes of a more hurtful anc*  destructive class to dwell in our midst.  But this is not enough: Our citizens  that would keep from Canada good respectable people of our own Empire,  because they are poor", allow a iot of  heartless parasites to make men, women and children poor by the thousands. Better have Orientals come in  by the thousands than keep the? drunk-  <vd makers here by tens" and scores,  the most debasing trade to men. fam  'lies and communities, in-the history  of the world, is the trade of inakinp  drunkards while these drunkards and  'heir families are being robbed in the  process.  ,   The Christians of British Cohimbit?  "ould clean out this terrible traffic inside of two years if they were worthy  men and women.    But for some reason tbey do not work at the business  of saving their fellowmen except   by  Its and starts.   And even when a con-  est 1b being waged, large numbers o'  ���������'nginsr,   pray'nsr  people help  to con  'nue tbe old drunkard-making meth  ds. Just because they do not see per-  W*������on   fn  the  attempts  at  proposed  legislation.  Somebody in Vnncmvo" ard In Victoria, too, is responsible for the drink-  caused death of William Ashworth,  and scores of others who have been  murdered by drink in Vancouver since  the first license was permitted official  recognition. And in the hereafter,  more than one of our people, licensed,  unlicensed, in the pulpit and pew, and  others who sell against the law, in  spite of the law, will be faced with  fust such a question as begins this my  letter. What will we do In this public matter?  If it were smallpox, bubonic plague  or some other disease, there would be  an awful uproar, a loud wall of terror.  If a wild animal were to come from the  forest only orice a year, and carry off  a little child,, then we would be up Ir  arms and watch for its coming most  faithfully. How great a hero he would  be who might be tbe lucky slayer of  that wi'.d animal!  And yet, worse than smallpox,, worse  than bubonic plague, worse than a  wild animal, is in our mi4st, carrying  I away dozens every year. And we sit  still. Is' this destruction and wholesale robbery to continue?"  E.   ODLUM.  A Branch of this Bank has  been opened in Mount Pleasant.  Temporary quarters have been  securedinthe MuwBlockcorner  8th Ave. & Westminster Road,  where a general Banking business will be transacted.  MANAGER.  CHURCHES  baptist  I  'Our Market' NW ������2������S> FOR  ^^^^^^^=^^^^^= BUSINESS  please visit our store ^49 Westminster Ave:  H. N. CLEMENT, Proprietor ^^^SSS^SSS^S^SSS^^  tf. PLEASANT  Baptist Church���������  Junction of WectmiriBter Raad and Waet-  i'M. minster Avenue-  IM'Rbv. S". Evbrtok, H. A., Pastor.  2TC4W������������trainBter Road. '  Preaching Services���������11 a. m. aud 7:30  p. m.   Sunday School at 2:30 p.  B. Y. P. UI���������Monday, 8 p.m.  ui.  Methodist  M1''  PLEASANT CHRCH.���������.  Curuei  Tenib af������. aud Ouiailo    -   ,  Services���������Preaching at 21 a. m ani at  7HH) p. in.      Suuday School aud Biblt  Chu������at2:30p. m.  Rev. J. P. Wbstman, Faster.,  ������araonaee 12H Kleveuib avenue, weal. Tele  '.one SSM.  Presbyterian  MT'  PLEAS ANT^Church���������  Corner Niuih ave. and Quebec at.  Sunday Skkvices���������Public worship at'  11 a. in and ? :00p.m ; Sunday school'  - aud Bible Class tit a) :30 p.  ui.;    Monday���������Christian Endeavor at 8:00p. in.  Wednesday���������Prayer Meettug at 8:00  p. iu.   Friday���������Choir practice.  Rev. J. W. Woodside, M. A.,  Re������. 170 Ninth ave. W       Tel. B8M������.    Pastor.  WESTMINSTER Church���������  Cor. M'elton mid 26th.   One block ������ut  of Wesininwer Ave.  services���������Sunday 11 .-00 a. m. and 7:30  p. m.   Sunday School 2:80.  Wednesday���������Prayer meeting 8:00 p. m.  Rev. J. 11. Camcron, B. A.,  RenidenceCor. Quebec, and 21st. Pastor.  Anglican  PHONE 16347  MT. PLEA8AHT  Hmdman & Kirkpatrick  REAL ESTATE  Cor. Ninth and Westminster Ave.  VANCOUVER, B. C.  Broadway Cash Grocery  Paying Cash means the LOWEST PRICES  220 BROADWAY, W.   :-.   -    VANCOUVER, B. C.  BROADWAY BROKER AGO CO.  ^A. N. PcVAZ, Prof.  221 BROADWAY W., PORHER 9tb AVENUE  REAL  ������fitT ATE        ��������� -LOANS -     ���������   - INSURANCES  PONT3E CHIH-Y  '1  We have an excellent stock of STOVES���������the very best maker for  either cooking or heating- .,���������    ���������  STOVES  COAL - WOOD - OJU  EVeRYTHINO IN THE HARDWARE MNE  fRCC PCUVCRY * PHONC 2553  a a mePRjpiH & co-  Cor. I6tli ������fi<l WestminsterTAves,  ST. MICHAELS-^  i.'ornei ������lh ave and Prtn-f KUward ������t.  Services���������Moruiug Prayer at 11 a m.l  and Eveueoncr at 7:30 p. m. each Sun-1  day. Holy Communiou on fii-at audi  third Sundays in each mouth after!  Moruiug. Prayer, and on second and'  fourtn Suud������"-K at b i00 p. m. San-  day      '        ' ������80 p. ni.  Rev. <t. M. W ils     R-ctor.  Rectprjr Cornur������taave apd "<i       iwiward'  ralapbone B179t  CENTRAL BAFI 1ST OHURCH-  Coruer Tenth Ave. aud Laurel St.  Services--Preaching at  11 a.m.  andj  7:30 p.in   Sunday School at 2.80 p.mJ  Rev- P Cmfto.v Parker, M. A .     %  nth Ave, vv .     Pastor. I  Latter Day Saints  REORGANIZED Church of Christ  at" Ninth avenue east.  ^Services���������Every Snuday evening at  L   o'clock.   Suuday ac.iool at 7 o'clock]  Prayer Meeting Wednesday at 8 p. ml  .1. 8. Rainby. Elder. M  LODGES  Independent Orqcr .of Oddfellow !  MT. PLEASANT Lodge No 1������.  Meets every Tnesdny tit 8 p.  m  iu 1. O. O. F Hall Wemiiiiiister' ave.j  Mt.  Pleanaiit..     SojO'irii|>ig brt-threi]  cordially invited to attend.  A. ouuiMi'dl,  ��������� oble Grauo, Hdcla P. \j  J. Douglms Vice Graud, 2(ith & Westti  Trios Skwk.IX, Rec. Sec. ������i ;it. ave K,  toval Orange Lp������t0c  w  I  PLEASANT L O. L. No. U.  Meet* the 1st and 3d Thursday j  ������-       each month at 8 p. ni  theK. of P Hall  All     viHitiug   Brethi  cordially welcome.  John Coviixk, W.  ������������ mh ave. w. .  f       N. E Lot oiieed, Secj  7S!5 17th ave'.. W.  Independent Order foresters  fc"  lM������VMVMM^������MMMtMMMM^AAA������%AA^^^^A^VMAAMAA^SA^^  fOR TINE  *#  Printing  -TRY ���������  poURT VANCOUVER  No.   1828  \j   Meets 2d aud 4th Mondays of <_���������-.  -  month at 8 prm., in the Oddfellow!  Hull, Mt. Pleasant.     Visiting bret  eru always welcome  H. Ha kins, Chief Rrnger  M. J. Crbhan, Rec. See. L    SS7 Priiivenoatreet, Clil  A. Pengelly, Financial Secretary./  W Eleventh avenue ea|  piano Tuning  Expert Rjepair Work.  . Factory Experience  Best References  W. J. GOARD.  I Leave your orders at the Western Cal]  Qoard  2408  Westminster Road  V*r*i*+*#f  Time to Sow  SWEET PFAS  A11 colors and- varieties  sold by  S. W. KEITH  Broadway and Weslini������������lcr Road  Also large stock of  Garden Seeds  Lawn Grass  ��������� ���������'��������� Poultry Supplies  &c. ������������������>  7 ":i: ���������.���������::.77 Vi:^'^������i:{^^^^?^^^0^^!^0S^0Z  Frday, Marckll, 1910.  THE WESTERN CALL, VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  ������������������,:������������������<-��������� v.:������������������-���������.  Owner has to sell  TOP of HILL on THIRD  HOI I^P mo('eri1' ^as cement '������rn=  Lot  dation and new furnace.  alone worth $2500 and has a good  view.  THE? D Jl/I C $675 Cash and the  I C K/H.O Bal over 4 YEARS  This is the easiest contracts in  we know of      Do it now  >.  *-.  Box U, Western CftLL  2408 Westminster Rd.  . J:  , .���������.  ���������:,::,��������� .   .������*.;: ^5     ':'  Here and Then  Frederick Villiers, the , noted >war  correspondent, speaking at Edmonton,  declared that war between. Great.  Britain and Germany is inevitable. '-���������  St. Albans Hockey team, of Kenora  j defeated the Tnonarclw. of Winnipeg,  by six goals io live at ihe Auditorium  rink, Winipeg.  In Grace Church, Winnipeg, Rev. Dr.  Crummy dealt with race track gambling clauses in proposed legislation  now before the Dominion parliament.  The electors of the congregation passed a resolution asking Alexander  Haggart, M. P. for Winnipeg, to  support,   the   anti - gambling measure.  The jury in the Foster - MacDonuld  libel suit at Toronto returned a verdict  in favor of the defendant. The decision declared Editor MacDonald"was  justified in publishing the statements  printed in The Toronto Globe. The  finding of the jury was unanimous:  J. L. Bond, of Winnipeg was elected  president of the Provincial Christian  Endeavor society at the anual convention at Miinitou. Instructive ad-  dresses were delivered by Dr. Francis  E. Clark, Secretary Shaw and a number of other prominent delegates.  The labor unions of Philadelphia, at  a special meeting decided to call a  sympathetic strike of one hunderd  thousand unionists to support the carmen iu their struggle against the street  railway company. Rioting was resumed .Sunday.  Ratepayers discused the Headingly  school site question at a meeting  which lasted from 9 a. in. to 4 p. m. on  Saturday. The dispute will now be  settled by arbitration, and it is extremely likely..that the.school will be  builj. on the Headiingly site. ���������';'  A scheme to organize ah'' international peace federation has been  mooted at. New York. The idea is to  establish unity and abolish war,'The  congress of.the United Stales, will be  urged to take the matter up.  ���������The Saskatchewan government   has  appointed a commission of three' mem-  7bers to deal .with the proposals.of the  Grain Growers' association   in regard  to, government ownership of -elevators.  Dr. B. J. McConnell, the sitting  member, was unanimously nominated  by the liberals of the provincial constituency of Morden at an enthusiastic convention held Saturday.  Rev. Hamilton Wigle. pastor of  Zion church, Winnipeg, announced to  his congregation yesterday that he has  accepted a call to Trinity Methodist  church, Armherst, N. S.  A referendum vote on the question  of restricting the  veto power of the  Lords  was  urged on  Premier Asquith.  the  king    by  Mrs Robinson, wife of W. E. Robinson. Nassau street, Winnipeg, and  nice of D. . Elliott, died in Redlands,  Cal.  Important changes in the rules of  baseball were announced by the joint  rules committee of the National and  American leagues.  The Ottawas defeated Cobalt   in     a  rough hockey game     in   Ottawa   by  a score of 11 to 5.  i  The touring Winnipeg bowlers   were  beaten by two picked teams at London, Ont.  Leonard Gibson, a homesteader near  Outlook, Sask., was found (lead in his  shack. ,  In th Manitoba legislature D. A.  Ross, Springfield, arraigned the Roblin government in a' telling speech for  sending heelers among the foreign-  born popoulation of the province under  the guise of inspectors. Hon. G. R.  Coldwell, minister of education, denied  tha tthe men mentioned by Mr. Ross  were school inspectors, and when the  member for Springfield declared that  they were in the public accounts as  school inspectors, the minister declared that he ..was not responsible for  the drawing up of the public accounts.  A recommendation from the power  engineers that the contract for 'the  power scheme terminal station to be  erected in Winnipeg be awarded to the  .1. Mcpiarmid Co. was send back to'the  board of control by. the city council  on the ground that the company's  tender Is not the lowest.  Clias.'��������� McGregor'���������'.- Campell, a mail  clerk on the Glenboro line, pleaded  guilty' in' the- Winnipeg police court to  the theft of a mail letter containing  $3,000 on September 21 last, at Glenboro. He was sentenced to three  years>>  ^������������������^^^������������^������4.������4^H^^t������>*^������lM*1'i'r*1'*l'S-'t ������������������l'������>ai������ r* l������ *������������������ I ��������� i  '4  V  i  i  Wood you can BURN  ������  ROYAL WOOD YARD  PHONE 1644     -    29 LAMSDOWME E. ?  Dry Fir  lusideFir  * Dry Cordwood  ���������"������    First Growth  * Secoud Growth  ���������3 00  3 00  S75  3 75  3.50  Factory Clippings  i3.������o ::  Half Dry Fir   -  2.35   \>  Fir Slabs          -          -  2.00   \\  Fir Edging*     -          -  1.7*   \\  Ceda   -          -      ..: -  l.7i   \\  J (Gut any leugth)  t  % SPECIAL PRICES FOR QUANTITIES  t  %  %  TERMS  CASH  41-44  <������^������.;..>.;.*-;'*'>'''<">';i'i";.i.;rt.}t  l OAKLEY   HEATIN0   AND |  SHEET METAL WORKS  V    Hot Water Ht-atinj,' a Specialty. A  A       Hot Air Furnacoi*���������All kiuds 1  i     Cornice and Sheet Metal Work, y  *���������'���������                                                              "45 i  T 42       -   .  t For the beet CLEANING, PRES-  Y       SING and ALTERING try  I STARK'S   RENOVATORY  i 8ai DAVIE STREET  t  GOODS CAI.f.KD KOR AND DE-  I.IVKRKD  4S-4I  *������������������  wms  t  ���������  *  i  +  Madam Humphreys  The well known Hair Dresser, is now located in her new home  and will be pleased to welcome her iate patrons, to her beauty par-  ors and a a a special inducement ia offering this week a line of fine  36 inch mwltohOM at exceptionally low pricei, good value r.t $2 50.  Almo m lino utook ol Hmlrjomt roqolvotl..  *  I m PENBEE ST., WEST  t  t  The great Railway, Coal, lumber, ManHfacturing and Commercial Centre of Alberta.  Mldwmy botwoon Edmonton mod Rooky Hlountmlnm mod tho gmtewoy to tin groat Pomoo mnd Ormnd Prolrlo Olotrlotm.  Think of This  Take Winnipeg, Moose Jaw. Rc������ina, Saskatoon, Leth bridge, Calgary, Edmonton and  Vancouver. A few years ago choice lots in.  these cities could be bought for a few dollars.  The men who bought made their fortunes.  They are the wealthy men in these cities today.'  and  APPLICATION FORM  Kitsiui  Towiisitf? Company,   VMhc������iiiv������T.  ���������.'or.  HjisUjik* and  Abbott.  fiontlA'iiwii:���������Kiii'losMid  pl������?iis������������ tlnd   % .',  b������!iiNT deposit on.. -, lots, which you aiv to  scltjfl I'di- nie t'ro.in lh* b������U av.'ii|������bif������ unsold-lots. It i.������  ���������uiKterstoo'il tlmt tliis deposu Is jjiv������Mi subject- Io my  apiM-oval of lots alloH'A, and If 1 am not HHtt.sfved it Sm  hereby asivml that yon will refund the Above amount  on' demand.  Name   in   full   P.O.   or   Street         <'ity  or Town ..',.-   l>at<������  Realize This  These citieu have nothing but the railroads,  most of them only one, yet they have risen from  a few people to large prosperous places.? If  their greatness has been accomplished with no  resources but railroads what will be EPSON'S  future with its numerous railroads, coal mines,  immense timber tracts and hundreds of millions  of acres of Canada's best wheat land.  Choice locations still to bit had.       Buy to-day and lay tht foundation of your fortune.  Out of Town Customers  Wire us the number,  kind and priced lots you  wish. We will reserve  same subject to your  confirmation.  T0WNSITE  COMPANY  OFFICES;  Comer Hastings and Abbott.   Phone 391  608 Westminster Ave.    Phone 6023     -  1061 Granville Street.    Phone 4826  Call at any office for maps,  literature  and partictlars.  All Offices Open Every Night.  PRICES  and  TERMS  You are  GUARANTEED  READ CAREFULLY  THEN ACT  Th. title to cadi <jf th������se lots  Is snurunlfruA by (fit i'rovirn.-*  of AlbTla.  I'rio* of resident(;il lot*, ������������������><������  So  $1������0;   prio? of busings*  lots.  IS" to $:**o.  <"anb payment* of only $!���������  4ionn And th per montti.' Special   terms,  if desired.  NO   INTKf'.KST  Discount of 10 per cent, on ;(!II  full  cash payments.  In thy ^vc-nt of the deiilh of  any purchaser. hi* widow.  fhtMren or legal representative  will receive clelir title, without   any   further   payment.;  In the event nf sickness of any  purchaser, no puyni"iit will he  re.|i)i:>-i   dui'tiiK   sui-Ii   sicklies-.  I'tirrhiiser*. iipo:; payment cf  Mil! p:ncii;i.se pric<'. less dis-  ciiiii't. will iiiwneiliiitely it���������  celve a i.|",ir transfer'to' their  ioi fioiu tlie n-uistert-d ������������.n-  ers. tills pT\i>p-rty l.������-in^ ;ih.-c>-  Jiittly cie;ir of ;iii li.-i;s or eti-  cui!ilir:������lices. TI7E. WE.S7F.ro; CALL. VANCOUVER. KRITTSH COLUMBIA.  Fr-May. Mavchll, 1910  THE WESTERN  a>n A I I >*  ���������cued every Friday at 2408 West'r. Rd.  Phone 1405  Subscription One Dollar  Change of Adds  must be in by Tuesday 5 p.m  Advertising Tariff  1st and last pages 50c per inch  Other pages 25c per inch  Transient Ads to arrange   for  Lodge and Church Cards $10.00  per year  Birth,  Marriages and Deaths  free  (Continued from page I)  A Strong Address  Invthe wjpnl of, an ,an- J?ation now exhibits signs of decay.  V:^������^-''iii*teItlr������:!������B������������e 'oi|>Wct-;>''/������,,������������F,s*!M> f*������ unc|ie$>e!a. will  3ax6n5:^������Tehteoiisness  ex-1 inevitably pesulHn di^h:ie^r^itl6*o.' She  cipation  and  oppression   most surely  caused her ruin.  To Rome as she was in her times  of prosperity and development, we  owe largely the fundamental . principles of modern law. She accomplished much for civilization, but in the  crucial moment she failed to recognize her destiny and allowed the sensual, the selfish and the arrogant in  her nature to dictate her actions.  What is true of Rome is true of other  nations. Shall it he so with Britain?  For/ centuries the . Anglo-Saxon  race has examplified a sturdy sense  of justice and liberty, and a sense of  moral rectitude shown by no other  nation. The name "British" has .been  synonymous with a "fair deal." It is  at once a guarantee of good quality in  commercial life and of honesty in financial matters. Her history is a record of the evolution of a little island  nation to that of a World-wide Empire, the greatest ever known, built  upon a national conduct at once magnanimous and Just. The pages of her  history have not 7 all been spotless.  There are many ��������� dark and critical  periods, but;onewy occasion��������� the  race '- has prdvW ��������� that .-.-HE<;>!h������ttl-''-the Inherent power to rise again when it  had fallen  clent   aw,  the" Anglo-8axOn,7 ���������"Righteousness ex  aUetb a nation." and this same element has preserved our Empire up  to the present. 8he has developed, It  Is true, to a great naval and -military power, but this ppm-er has ever  leeo' used 7rather%i a preventative  than as an aggressive force.  The.; great colonising power" of, *ne  Angh>SaxoQ has resulted in the  planting of the race to every quarter  of the globe, and generally speaking,  the individual has been true to the  characteristics of the race, namely,  honesty, Justice/ magnanimity. This  has led to the predominance of the  race wherever the}' have settled; and  to-day we have several self-governing nations, offshoots of the parent  tree, yet essentially the same. And  even our rivals admit that in air cases  we have- the greatest of liberty and  the most equitable of governments  ^���������wherever British Instltui ions prevail.  ' But there has entered into the political, social and economic life of our  race, during the last century, a factor  which has produced such radical  changes in the national character as  to threaten the very existence of tbe  Empire. I refer to tbe remarkable  development of the industrial e!e  ment. Whereas in England a few  years ago. there was a large portion  of the nation dwelling in rural districts, to-day only a small portion do,  and that chiefly the wealthy. 1-arge i  and congested industrial centres have  sprung up, reeking in toil and disease,  which are rapidly undermining both  the physical and moral constitution of  tbe nation. In place of the sturdy,  moral Briton of the past, we are producing a race who are Incapable of appreciating the value of any high Im  perlalistic Ideals. This result of changed environment is natural and must  obtain in the very nature ot things.  In addition to this great change In  the character and condition of the  race, we must add the fact that Britain is taxed for tbe maintenance of a  navy to police and defend not only the  Empire, but semi-dependent nations as  well. This stupendous burden is becoming unbearable to the English taxpayer, and must ultimately result disastrously for the nation, unless some  speedy and permanent relief is given.  Another factor, external in character,  has arisen to menace our very existence as a nation. 1 refer to the "German menace." I do not do so simply  to raise a hue and cry, but because it,  too. is a natural sequence. For years  England has been the very hub of the  world's Industry. But for many decades Germany has been sending tens  of thousands of her ablest young men  to England to learn the various'arts of  manufacture, until to-day she has risen  from a position of absolute inferiority  to that of "a dangerous rival, even, in  deed, if she does not take a place equal  to old England in the industrial realm.  Then, again, the present German Emperor hbted that annually thousands  of her best and ablest- citizens emigrated to British colonies, to be absorbed and assimilated by them, and  in a remarkably short time becoming  the loyal, prosperous and contented  subjects of her  most feared rival.  These multitudes of. her best are  eternally lost to Germany The Fatherland is now overcrowded, and the  development so assiduously striven for  has even now reached its limits, unless some outlet is given which will be  under German dominance. The  Monroe Doctrine of Uncle Sam, together with his blood relationship to  John Bull, has effectually held in  check the Teuton of America. But  when In 1900 the preent Emperor  announced his great Imperialistic  campaign, there was one object and  one aim. To produce a race of patriots and to provide the means to  break British power and dominance.  With this in view, the Emperor remodeled the educational sy tern of  I Germany, largely abolishing the dead  languages from their curriculum, and  substituting, therefor technical and  patriotic subjects in order to generate in the very being of the. young a I  love for their country ajnd a pride  in her development. And then we  have his great naval policy. Where-,  as ten years ago Germany was scarcely  considered a naval power, to-day she  Is perhaps second only to. Great'Brit-  tain and has now laid down 32 new  ships of war, to be completed in the  shortest possible time. Her expenditures have doubled that announced in 1900  and the prdgramme has been far exceeded.  While the idealistic view may appeal to us, and we may long for competition, and that is indeed harsh  enough, still it behoves us as practical  men to take into consideration conditions as they are now, not as we  would wish them to be, but as they  actually exist.  We have then oiir Empire, the  greatest of all empires, containing  and powers of becoming the nucleus  inherent within itself the possibilities  from wbich may be evolved a' still  greater federation of nations, and  *ac*s, which will ensure* peaei; prosperity and security to ail.''*"' Yet' -ttthf  nation now exhibits signs of   decay  will  disibtegliatlon. She  Is also threatened from without by  an arrogant ambitious power, whose  sole object Is to And room for the  expansion of its own national life:  t  ���������%%^%-%^it^%'Vtv\.'Viu^'%^*v%,  WALLPAPER  "I  ROSS & THOMSON  PHONE R4485  146 BROADWAY, EAST      -      -  (Opposite No. 3 Fire Hall)  PAPERHANGING, KALSOMING, PAINTING and  ������ GLAZING DECORATING  r     Our Spring stock just arrived and selling at Winter Prices  R^ILL TIP TEA  Special  FRIDAY and SATURDAY (Wkek)  MACFARLANE'S  2313 WESTMINSTER AVE.  You can get Vi lb. ������T Rj>ILL TIP TEA  FREE I      FREE!      FREE J ]!&  By purchasing 1 lb. at 40c or 50c.  ������AT   PLEASE BRING THIS AO. WITH YOU.  Groceries and General Provisions at LOWEST CASH PRICES  The Corinthians, a famous amateur  football team of England, bill visit  Winnipeg next August.  The leaders of the Conservative  party In Quebec are In Ottawa and will  make a vigorous protest to Leader  Borden against the tone of tbe speeches on the naval questions made by prominent members of the opposition.  (Continued on Paf��������� 6)  iNourrmAu  bureau  to  be  tf tTABUtHEP MY JCjUHIST  .". ���������;��������� .^MMliBIATIONi:     '.'  :   f\ .      .....       . ' ������������������.'*-'     "   '   ' ' ���������  exclusively.  The accomplishment of7 the object  aimed at is of paramount interest to  the city, and It ought to be possible to  secure the necessary funds. -  jn my opinion the asoclatlon should  also take active measures to promote  tbe beautifying of the city. The success attending former efforts of the  association in this direction, resulting  among other.. things lna���������the_ preservation of English Bay, and the establishing there of a bathing beach, would  justify It in taking up again this kind  of work. The experience of all cities  is to tbe effect that the best results  in tbe matter of beautifying are obtained through the. co-operation of  committees of citizens with the civic  authorities.  I would, therefore, suggest that a  committee be formed for the purpose  named.  I would suggest too that a committee to be known' as the conventions  committee should 4be formed for the  purpose   of  bringing  conventions   to  this   city.    Well   directed   efforts   in  this direction  would secure for  tbi;  city   a   considerable   number   of   the  conventions of business,    social  and  fraternal   organizations.    This   would  bring thousands of people here each  year, who would not otherwise visit  tbe  city,  making  business  not  only  for the railroads and hotels, but contributing in every way to the prestige  and  popularity  of Vancouver.    Such  efforts would, I am sure, have the free  and   hearty  support  of  the  press  of  the city as well as of the railroads entering here and would put Vancouver's  claims   before   every     convention   In  such a manner as to  give this city  wide   publicity   throughout  the  country, and would stimulate much trave:  and resultant . business    that would  otherwise be lost to this community."  The presbytery of Brandon has  passed resolutions urging the Manitoba government to amend the liquor  act so that only resident electors can  vote on local option bylaws that  towns and villages may combine with  municipalities for local option voting  and that the clause pertaining to the  rights of private citizens to bring liquor into their homes In local option territory .may be more specifically stat-.  ed>'77; ������������������- --������������������.---;"������������������--���������:- --������������������-������������������ - ���������������������������:���������'���������������������������  Womans World.  ," "Easter will soon te here. This means  hat time. -Many of the spring bats are  on view now, but its rather early and  somewhat chilly, and unless the hat  is of a most spring-like appearance, it  jars the effect of harmony, and 'also  of having been worn all winter. Don't  be badgered into buying a cartwhee'  or a basket. The smartest headcov-  erings are not freaks this season, and  t������ruse a real estate term, the best buy  Is7on the conservative order. I told  rou before, that the new suits have the  coat length, and Is most becoming.  . Two representatives of the United  States Government will visit . Ottawa  soon to discuss tariff arrangements  with the Canadian authorities. It Is  bopeCla. satisfactory working agreement will be arrived at. .-'''���������  ' James. Patten, - the Chicago wheat  king, his brother George, and partner  Bartlett,' wil retire from' active commercial life In a snort time. The winnings of the three men are estimated  at |26,t������0,OW:  The Canadian government   has decided not to renew the bounties    on  iron and steel after the expiration of'!  the present year.  The bounties have  been in force for fourteen years.  The grand encampment of Oddfellows in session at Brandon elected  officers for the new year. W. G.  Brown, of Minnedosa, was chosen  grand patriarch.  SNAP���������A fully modern home on KiK'litli  avenue near Ninth. Kit-llano, $4,7f><>;  full lot. oa-iy terms. Apply box 17,  WestennCiill.  In n district where property Is uilvunc-  ins in leupK ami tioiiixls, I have a fully  modern nine-roomed residence for sal*.  It is in Grandview. Iiiilf :i minute from  Park drive ear line, $5;0*j0; |l,������o<).  wish, balunre easy. Uox l.>. Western  Call.  Look at this for a money maker.    49 S-t  acres   near   l'toyai   City,   tittu   feet   on  Fraser Itiver'l'or $JJ."i per acre.'- Acreage clove by  is  selling   for |t,(!'������0  per-  act-e;     Box   10,   Western  Call.  Tripple 'jorner of tT.fch and Woodland  ���������v<lm-e, .100x111. *2.!>00; one-quarter  " xwtni}i< 6, ��������� 12.   IS  months.     This  canm/t '  be   equal loci   in  -'Grandview;'.-  :J8o.\   15,  Western  Callr  Double    cornei1.    in   Grandview,  fi.lOO;   -l-l   cash.   6,   12.   18  Box ������.  Western'Call;---     "��������� <  83x111,  month*.  For quick sale I have a double corner in.  KerriaJale, 66x120. tor li.S&O; f<*00>  cash, 6. 11', 1*. This wifl double lit.  value in one year...Uox i, We.steru  Call..".' <-..>������������������.  We are tragically   told in one shop  that the coat must be Just arm length  In another six inch** below tbe hip;,  in another, that the garment ends just %  at the knees, and, poor woman, she < ��������� |>(iy.  get������ so confused, and her lucky stars !!  ������re to be thanked If she later does not \ |  present a Peter Newell effect to the be- J  holders.  . Collars are changing from the fluffy. X  droopy effect, to a rather severe tall- j  &   .:���������.   ! ' '   '    ���������  ored" style. Many collars are being fin- J  ished with cording of black velret, an- *  otter attractive cording is made of Val. +  laceiwith a distinct scallop���������this is v  kept;in place and not shirred, as It X  would   then   lose   the   tailored   look.;J  When aiygown Is made with a net yoke.  t;he collar may.be handed wf������h silk or  nassau :  velvet   ribbons,   the   shade  matching the gown..  J On 50 feet of land on  I top of hill, Third Ave,  Kitirlano;     modernv  with furnace,   hath,  | pantry; grand view of  John B. Gaytoh was unanimously  nominated at an ''��������� enthusiastic and  representative convention of the Liberal electors of the provincial constituency of Manitou.  A. C. Chaytor, a prominent resident  of Roland, Man., committed suicide by  shooting In the Empire Hotel, Winnipeg, yesterday afternoon.  ",'In ItsTlateSt emse"I'Se"'Shellev'collsr'."  in alliance: with the high neck band. if>  made of innumerable rows of Val. lace,  ^nd is especially kind to those wh^pr  |throat is not'tbelr strong point. It Is  now permissable to wear with blouse?  snd vests which are guiltless of a collar, a whisk of white tulle tied at th*>  back In a butterflv bow. To those wh^  are desirous of simulatine a bare ner-v  a fleshcolored tuDe can be substitute*"  These blouses and vests are frequently  bound with velvet, a mode which ha������  met with the approval of the woman  who prefers a. severe ptvle of dress  and It must be conceded .t^at there are  many to whom it is very becoming.  The first taxicab was in operation  on Winnipeg streets last week.  Miss Redmond, who was the guest of  Mine. Martin for a few days, lett Monday for her home in Montreal.  It's our opinion the smokers have  more right on the street cars than do  the whisky bloats. Never a day passes  that we are not disgusted with some  of the saloon frequenters boarding the  cars. Often the men are plain drunk  ���������are far more nuisance to the conductors and passengers than half, a dozen  smokers. Why bar one and net the  other?  PREDATORY WRALTH AT NOME.  M^y sold t,er little Iamb  To the nltinWe consumer;  Marv now is verv rich.  At least thpt Is the rn������*>ov  Minneapolis Journal.  If M������nr'o;iamh had been a hog,  And fnttened on our corn.  Tbe rumor wnntd have been a fact  As sure s>e von w*������������-e born.  Nome, N. D. Tribune.  TERMS  Ten   acres   at   Oliver   in   Surrey.     Best  view   In   the  tltsirict;   eu������y   .to' clear?  :$J0tt per acre.,   H^tx:ti, Vgestern Call.  Wanted, a ���������oan of 93,39^ on (ood house  und double  iof" in good  locality,     tiojt  ' -. ������,  Western Cull. v  "CAU" OFFICE  FOH S.\Lh���������Agteeinentvj for stile. The  Call,   .o . . .   -..   ..__;    '������������������   ..-;���������'. ������������������   :   ���������-.������������������'������������������;'���������  \TKat olfei-s for double corner on Kerr  ami .No. 2 roads. Soutti Vancouver,.  110x107. 7 muMt Kelt and will consider  any   reuvonuble  otter.     Box  24,. :   Western Call.       .        '.'.'��������� ,  ,   ;  fi.300 will purchase 3 aei*n In Burnaby. .  Thle   pronerty. I������   splendidly   situated  and  Is   most  assuredly  a  geod   buy.  Bex 8, Western.Caii.   _j.=_   ���������������������������- - ': '  : 7*  I have 44  feet on Westminster avenue;     ���������  between Tenth and Ele>.enthv.������v������nuewir^|  .Karly  next>��������� >prlrip  Westminster avenue Is  to  bf block paved,  when  tlilH  property    will    speedily    mtvancc    Ihf-'  price.  -Box 20; WeMtern Cull.  :  I would Ilk* to show you a beautiful 50  foot view lot on York street. looking  over KitHllano bt-ach. If you want an  a=������hetlc home site tUis will suit.  Box 18. Western Call. r       . ,'  1-or  quick   sale.   1   1-8* acres   Improved:]  'land,   half   mile   from   Central   "Park,  8-roomed house, 40 fruit trees;-3-4 acre  of strawberries.    $5,500.    Terms easy.  Box A. Western Call. _    __;   Water Str������et Snap���������Two Tots, v6������xl3i ft:  each; 132 ft. frontage on Water'street,  extending back 132 ft. to the C. P. R.  track. A Hrat-(>la*s wholesale wore* ,  house site in the very heart of the-  "city and wholesale district. It.OOO-  per^front fpot^ Terms reasonable.   FOR J^ALK���������A .modern'- 6-rootin house  with fireplace, furnace. Is situated on  h 50-ft lot between Fairview and Mt  Pleasant.    An ideal home.  100 acres ror -ale In Couu it lam,'|300 per  -'^-      *" in .3   y  ���������'<*������<    Il2,0������.t7fca������ji'"bal.  -Good apiece- to Hubillv Jde.:-  rears.  high  near  sold  ^H'������������HwK*������������������������:-������.������-������������������������'������'t'������������������������  The flowers that bloom in the  Spring are only the forerunners of the  gorgeous display that oonies later.  Make your home cheery by giving  us an order on Saturday.  THE MARKCfTLOIMSTS"  F.OR.8AL.B���������10 acres,  choice site,  L-'y'iaiia,  overlooking- '-Era-ser   river,  r    Mlttside^for.-only.|S*5 per acre If  Inpinedlately.    Fair  tfermi?* '��������� ���������'   v   -   Large-,boarding hou*e for sale on Alex-  . an<|er street, paying constant and high.  '"revenue of  13  per cent.  net. - This is  .a chance   to  Invest your  money  In  a  conservative and common-sense man-  ner. - ���������   FOR SALE���������House and two lojs In  Kitsilano, top of hill, oh Third.  House is modern, has furnace ,a������d  is practically new. $5,500. Terms.  Box G 2, The Gall.  $1,800 to loan on first mortgage at  7>/b%.   Box 17, Western Call.  100 feet^on Fourth avenue, near Granville. This Is splendid busines property and the price is right.   Splendid 66x122 ft lot on Thirteenth/?  Avenue,  summit of bill,  good  8-:  roomed bouse.    Splendid site for'  apartment house.   $.r>.250.  NOTICE.  Embarrassed Preacher (reading the  first chapter of Jonah, and making the  best of the seventeenth verse) ��������� "And  the Lord prepared a great fish to swallow up Jonah; and Jonah was In the  er-a- and Jonah was in the er-a-��������� And  the Lord prepared a great fish to swallow up Jonah and Jonah was in the  society of the fish for three days and  t'uree nights. Life.  We find that some of our subscribers  have not been getting their paper. We  would like any such to phone us.  How about those locals? ..ty-e you  going to get them in by Thursday  noon?  To Let���������l>arge furnished room with  or  without   board;   reasonable  Westminster road, near Eleventh avenue. 44-D  T">'-e rjrttrp ih$i J Vf7-~i. Jnrripc 6 v.  ������i0"fl. of ,7'nT">oi?ver. R. C. nfen'nnt'or  RroVe'V  fntonrf to pnr>lv for n������,*-mit'c,'n"  ���������o   r>urchase   the   folowing   described  lands: ���������  C1Tntr'������>"ct^',' f>t P  T>opt  plpnfort   "t  nr  "a^" tb������. Vorfh-ftict f.orr?pr of T^ot 2130:  t^enf*1 V^'fh ,.?>0-rhafn������ ino������e or less  ���������nVvwifjw the Westerlv boundary of In*  P1?: tbenco 40 rbalns. rprsr*������ o^ less  West, ^n t>io Soit'^erlv boundary .of  T.ot 7SSS: then^p nO oba'T's. nto'e n*  l<icc. fJnnth. to Nor*h boundary of Lot  9*?,n; tf>eve> 40 chains, more or less       Foe*   1q  rmtnt   of  orinirrpnofimo^f.   c^n.  2723 1 +a"?T'iri������r ore bundled and eighty (180)  acres, more or less.  WU,I T^AT JA>!FP AN"VATTT������.  CUT FLOWERS  AND POT PLANTS  in great variety.  F. FATKIN  is South  Vancouver acreage scarce?'  We have 20 acres beautifully sit- <  uated,  subdivided  plan  accepted,  ready   to   sell,   $28,600.     $10,00d  cash, 6, 12 aad 18 mos.  WANTED���������Canvasser.   Can give good\������  "commission.   Box C 1, The Call.  FOR SALE���������5 acres at CAiitiwack, in'l  grass; close to town; good roads,;/  etc.   A snap at $500 per acre. 'Will'*  WANTED���������Have" buyer for Al seven-  room bungalow in Fairview.    Must*,  prove  good  investment.    Box   H 4,j^  Call.  UmdAot  Dated this IStb day of February, 1910.  ir ���������   - ���������  Take notice that I, W. J. Pascoe. of  .Vancouver, B. C, occupation Broker, intend to apply for permission to purchase  the  following described lands:���������  Commencing at a po������t planted at the  JCo'rth-west corner of District Lot 1495.  on the East shore of Howe Sound, thence  East 20 chains; thence North 40 chains:  thence Ea^t; 28 chain*; thence North 40  chains: thence W>^t 20 chains, more or  less, to the yhore line: thence Southwesterly, following the meander of said  shore line. SO chains, more or less, to  point of commencement, containing 160  acres, more or less.  ���������yVILI.T"Of JOHN* PASCOE.  February 4th, HiO.  Splendid  double corner in  KitsllanoJ  corner  Third  and   Larch,   $7,C  Bex H10, Western Call.  WANTED���������Three or  four room  fur  nished suite, Mt. Pleasant or Fair}  view.    Box HI, Call.  FOR SALE���������-Surrey acreage. 20 acres  ���������xcellent fruit land at from $80 pe^  acre on terms to suit. Investigate  Box  H4,  Call.  FOR SALE���������10 acres at Boundari  Bay in one of i the best locations  This is a snap and will not lasj  long.    Box 8, The Call.  Double  corner of St. Catherines an<2  Twelfth:   good   building   site:   0*1*  $3,500.    Box H 12, Western Call. I Friday, March U.ISIO  THE WESTERN CALL,- VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  V  6       *M  Lot  Lot  SPECIAL SNAPS   \   oh 37th Ave., near Westmiuster/ ve., $900  $300 Cash.  on  Westminster &   27th   Aves.,  $9000,  Cash $3000.  Lots on 9th Ave ������5c Quebec St. $45000 f-7  room Bungalow on loth Ave. modern in every  way $2700  room House on  10th Ave;, all in fruit trees  $3500, $1000 Cash.   .''~\  Brdithwaite & Glass  *���������������������������������������������������������������������#������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*  ADDRESS ALL ENQUIRIES f  =TO=  The Winnipeg city council appointed a committee to meet a committee  from the social and moral reform  League to discuss- the segregation  question.  W. H. KELLY  MARKET CLERK |  ���������������������������'���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������l Ont,  voted almost    unanimously    Iu  J favor of Union with the Methdist and  ind Presbyterian churches.  The Congregation:!lists of Hamilton,  To the Farmers.  We"} are open to bny for cash all  kinds of Local Home fed meats providing the qnality is of the best  Please don't offer us anything else.  FARMERS AGENCY ������������������ CITY MARKET  11      Wl*en in town don't forge1  j  that the   Globe Hotel is_ the  \  '    neareat.Hobel to the Market,   j  froni'0^  \\ Thoroughly up-toHiateand the -I  pmmm\  The Woman's "Musical Club gave, a  delightful programme, this week, of  arias and romances, arranged by Mrs.  R. C. Boyle and7 Mrs. Burke'. The  j club orchestra assisted with the numbers.  The Brandon rate payers ..^endorsed  the asreement.arrlved. at between the  Canadian Northern '^Railway' .and. the  city council. -  Mr. E. Mabon is on his way home.  term* are reasonable  -���������-���������^���������- * "  "Mr. and Mrs. Adolphus Williams are  now in Venice... .'".��������� 7 .'��������������������������� .������������������  .T. C. Norris, opposition leade" in the  Manitoba legislature, will move a resolution in'the House calling for an investigation by a commission of judges  of the bonding, operation and use of  the C. N. R. spur lines to the Gunn  sandpit and the Bird's Hiil s:-.ud ui.u j  gravel pit, and ihe connection oi' Pie-,  mler Roblin with the Gunn sand enterprise and tbe Eli  Sand Company.  Ninth avenue for two blocks east  and west of Westminster, should be  paved���������this would keep some of the1  mud off this busy corner. ���������  The budget debate is ended in the  Manitoba legislature. Dr. J. W. Armstrong, Gladstone, delivered a telling*  criticism* of the government's telephone- policy, which disturbed the  equanimity of Attorney-General, Campbell. Valentine Winkler, Rbineland,  also criticized the record of the government, condemning the high cost of  the Morden telephone exchange.  Real estate will go up if you purchase and deal, in Mount Pleasant���������  Incidentally it "will help to pay your  taxes. \  At a meeting of ihe public accounts  committee of the legislature it came  out that VV. H. Hastings, the organizer for the Conservative part,y, received over $7,000 of public money]  during the past year from the govern,  ment:..,. .:������������������'. ''���������������������������'.  i  Dressed and Live Poultry  Fresh Eggs. Raspberries  JtedCurrantsand CKerrfes  indirect from the farmer  I .^a^a^atfafafc  Wsnnaiii'Aai^BMMtfBt'ftW   m employ only White labour. They are daily on the  market with a choice display  tof vegetable*. F>ee_dehvery.  { Jf you Can't Caw- Telephone  .your orders.  COOK & ROSS  THE IEUARLE AUCTIONEERS  Sell all kinds of Live Stock on the  City Market every Saturday  at 10 a.m.  y*H*0���������********Hf0���������*t���������*04  When we advertise Cream, at 10c  * per can everyone thought we had  \ttruck Rock bottom. 6$ look! we  [are now telling S Can* for 25c every  in gauranteed.  S. T. WALLACE * Co.  The implement warehouse of J. D.  rtcLachlan at Shoal Lake, was destroyed, by. f f re causing -  a;   loss   of  $000.  ; Dr. ��������� and. Mrs. Tunsta.11 left yesterday to visit in Victoria for a few  days.  William Luntt of Hazelwood, Sask.  died suddenly in a 'hoarding house,  at 323 Hargrove Str7   7:    '  : . JtlEAI. *������T*fV  !> For LAYING FOWL and  1 CHICKENS call  L. Wolfcer  ! City Market  U  ������  , Spray*. Pumpa, Harvesting <7Machln������a,  Bunics, in fact every t������ol required on  the Farm can be purchased at the  Walworth Rolston Stores  WESTMINSTER .AVENUE  .1KAB THE UA.VX.Kt  Choice Butter and fresh Eggs  all we handle.   Ask any of  regular customers at the  tarket   They will tell yovour  : never varies and our sales  ikeep on increasing.  1 YARS A MORRISON  We called up one of our real estate  men and told him our name was Jones  and that we had talked to him some  days ago. J He said "Oh! Tes;" We  asked him if that lot: could be . still  purchased and he said, "Yes, I think  so."'' Wheto stuck with the question  of. bow much tbe man would want  down, 'he parried with the question.  "How much do you think?" When we  told him about fifteen hundred, be said  "That's what I think." Asked if be  would accept a deposit, he said,  "Sure," and that he could deliver.  When we handed out our correct handle, he wanted to soak us for a commission. Tom is an artist O. K. Give  him a two-ounce rod and he can land  them.   ���������' ���������'���������'  ���������''���������;  WATIE  CARS. -   .  W# have been looking for Vancouver  to grow up and insist on privileges  given to other cities in Canada.     '���������':������������������['  Having lived in such centres as Winnipeg and Toronto, we may be wanting to much from our transfer company, but, it seems only reasonable  that on a five-cent fare we should have  night cars���������we do not kick if cars after 12:30 call for double far���������but we  should have the -service. Another  point, if a car billed to leave Westminster and Ninth at 12:06'and travels  at 25 miles an hour from that point  west or north, some people who are  figuring on the eight-mile schedule and  want to get on seven blocks from the  given point, are apt to be late, and if  late, walk or wait till next morning  car. If the city's agreement calls for  a certain speed, then it should not be  increased after 10:30.  Mrs. Quigley has been staying at  Santa Barbara for the past week or  two. "  iThe choicest display of Vegetables  fever seen ia Vancouver at less thai  Chinaman's prices and we employ  oaly white labor.  [jo-alb faocoover Market Gardens \  .     G Clapp, Proprietor  FOR SALE���������A modern 7 roomed  house on a corner on Eighth; below  market price; near Bridge.���������F7.  FOR SALE���������A lot on Thirteenth;  $1900;   terms.���������F8.  FOR SALE-^A corner on Twelfth  avenue; 50x100; a snap; good this  week.���������F9.  SNAP���������A lot near Jubilee station;  $275; $100 cash.���������F10.  FOR SALE ���������A chance for quick  turn-over on a close-In lot; $500 cash.  ���������Fll.  FOR SALE ��������� The prettiest 6-room  bungalow in Vancouver; $4900; view,  car, etc.���������F12.  FOR SALE���������I have 4* feet on Westminster avenue for $11,000; a good in  Mount Pleasant has about the .two  best counctlmeh in the city. (How's  ihat for a bouquet?) What are you  doing to help them? '  left this week for their home in Mahfc  toba. Mrs. and Mrs. Sechvick were  the 'guests of Mount Pleasant friends.  The trustees'^branch of the. Manitoba  Educational Association, in annual session In Winnipeg, discussed the question of a municipal system of control  of schools, as opposed to the present  system   of   district    school    boards.  Professor Heatherlngton or Columbian Cfliege, New Westminster, will  preach In Sixth Avenue Methodist  Church on Sunday.  The "Rapid Transit Company, of!  Philadelphia, has declined to arbitrate  with the striking carmen and a Ugh;  to the finish is now on., A sympathetic  strike of one hundred thousand union  men is inevitable.  In Central Baptist Church on Sunday the pulpit' will be occupied In the  morning by-Rev. W. H. Redman of  South Hill Baptist Church, and in tot  evening by Rev. Dr. Spencer, secretary  of the Local Option League. The pastor, Rev. P. Clifton Parker, will spend  the week-end in Victoria.  Building permits aggregating $502,-  000 were issued in January and Feb-  xuary In Winnipeg this year. .This ex-  yeeds the total for the corresponding  two months In, 1906, Winnipeg's record building year.;  We are pleased to see that the crows  of Stanley.Park are doomed. This is  a good move.' It should Increase our.  songsters and lessen the sale of spraying fluids.  The annual report of tbe deputy minister of mines, of Ontario, shows the  production of minerals last year to  have been thirty-eight per cent, larg  er than during the preceding twelve  months.  Among the newer books Robert  Oleander gives us "The Danger Mark,'*  a most interesting tale of the power  of an inherited drink appetite. We had  never before suspected Mr. Chambei  of being a temperance man. but this  is certainly a book and delight thi  "women constantly troubling us."  Fielkoy Bros.. Kildonan dairymen,  suceeded in a appeal against a conviction secured in tbe police court by  Wipnipeg health officials. The conviction was quashed on technical  grounds. - ,  A movement is on foot regarding  the milk supply in the city. A most  strict law in regard to cleanliness and  purity should be demanded, and authority must be given the officers so  that the milk dealers be brought up to^  standard.  The Canadian Pacific Railway, according to an announcement from Calgary, will extend the Bow Valley irrigation system, the work to involve an  expenditure of $12, 000,000.  The Humane Society ought to search  out some method of killing dogs who  are unfortunate enough to get into the-  dog pound.   An iron bar wielded by a  Cash Grocery  326 and 328CARRALST.  PHONES 5589-5590  SIX POUNDS OF  PRESERVED PLUMS   7  FOR 2oc.   7!'  ���������'*.���������' . :p:'< -   '7t7.7  Extra7chlce 'Lombard plums,  done up iu heavy syrup; full 2-  pound tins; record breaking  price 3 tins for....       . .25c  25c-PRESERVES  2 FOR 25c.  "Deliriouslyj^preserved.fruits In  -heavy syrup, full jpatural flavor-.  strawberries, r>ears, lawton berries, citron, pitted cherries, full  2-pound tins; regular 25c a tin;.  Clark's price 2 for    .25c  CLARK'S SPECIALS IN  DRIED FRUITS  16-ounre    packages   of   raisins,  3 for 25c  Re-cleaned   currants,  3 lbs. for... 25c  Choice figs 3 lbs. for.... 25c  Evaporated  peachers  -    3 lbs. for.  .25c  CASH IS KING.  Cash is the "Open Sesame"  to low pii'-es. The ready cash  enables us to buy direct from  A producers. '. Buying in  large quantities enables us to  get all the discounts. Cash  selling enables us to sell at  wholesale prices.   "Nuf sed."  8 jjBS.  OF FRESH     ��������� >  ROLLED OATS* viR 25c.  . Onr window has a big display  of  this   hirh-grade    quality    of  /freshly .rplled!:Oatf������;. the best .that  evier came from"the'Tmlll. ���������'���������������������������'*>  Clark's pi lfe 8 lbs. for 25c  "Quakei" rolled oats, the usual 35c package for 25c  PERRIN'S BISCUITS  ARE PEERLESS IN  , QUALITY.  According   to   most   scientific  tests- Perrln's   Biscuits are the  purest and most delicious on the ~  market; we have a full range at,  |"V7a7.    IV*     ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ���������*������������������������������������ tCww  Popbsm's special'  cream    soda  tiscult8,  per !tln..". 25c  i<���������^:AiBOB,, COFFEE  A HOME BLENDING.  ';;We be leve  In   pushing Vancouver's industries   and we   believe "Nebcb" goeds are sold on  flielr. merit.  ������������������Nabob" Coffee.  Mb. tins for   40c  "Nabob" Jelly Powders  3 for ..... ............25c  POTTfP MEAT- ANO  SOUPS AT HALF PRICE  Potted meats, assorted;  ���������   Clark's price. .3 tins for 10c  >i>elirious     Soups;     chicken,  bouillon and vegetable;  Clark's pike.. ..Per tin, 5c  Sardines:  Clark's price....p������r tlrti 5c  vestment.���������F6. j strong arm dees not sound nice.  AUSTRALIAN BUTTER  2 POUNDS FOR 75c.  '-.*"  This butter is specially imported from Australia; it's the  best butter in the world; takes  the go'd medal wherever exhibited;  Clark's price, 2 lbs. for .75c  PBces talk.Timd Clark's; is'"the"''  place where they talk the loudest. .  ^Canned Salmon,  p. tins for.  .25e  Choice Apples,  v=_ 4 lbs; for.................25c  Cape Cod Cranberries,  2 lbs. for ]....'.'."...". .25c  Best Canadian Cheese  2 lbs. for 35c  "Sterling" Tickles,  Fer bottle    ...10c  H. P. Sauce, the sauce that appeals to the most exacting epicure ; bottle  25c  Ginger Snaps. 3 lbs. for 25c  Navel Oranges,  16 for 25c  Malaga Grapes, per lb 25c  Ashf-roft  Spuds,  100 lbs. for ...$1.75  Tomatoes, 2 tins for 25e  Beans and Corn, per tin 10c  Comb    Honey,    regular    25c    a  comb;  Clark's price 2 for.. 35c  Shredded Cocoanut. per lb..25c  L'ptoi's Marmalade, made from  best selected oranges and pure  sugar,  Mb glasses........2Sc  "SIX FOR A QUARTER" SPECIALS. ���������  Best Japan Rice.  6 lbs. for 25c  Pest Tapioca. 6 lbs. for 25c  Best Sago, 6 lbs. for 25c  FISH FOR  LENT.  Clark's assortment of Lenten fish is the best in the  city.    Try our sperial  Fin an  Ha'ddie, at 2 lbs. for.. ...25c  Clark's  Cash Grocery  X  SPECIALISTS IN  Apparel for Women and Children  556 Granville Street  Frock News for Little Tots  -     ^^9A^m9mtmmmmmsmmmsmmmmam0mmmmmmmmmammsmBmwmm9^^  -.'-������������������-��������� - *  Frocks of white cambric, made with tucked  yokes   and   embroidery   on   neck   and  sleeves     - -.*.-   -      5UC  Of white cambric, trimmed with beading  around neck and cuffs and finished with  colored ribbon -      -      - TSC  Of white lawn with white pleats and row  of embroidery in front, and of mull with  tucks   and    lace    trimmed    yoke    and  sleeves SI .00  Of owhite organdy with embroidery and lace  -  trimmed yokes, cuffs and skirts -      $1.50  Of mull with embroidery and lace trimmed  tucked yoke and lace trimmed skirt   $2.00  >.< ���������*..  T. Doumani  -TAItORINC-  Cleaning Pressing and Reparing  Ulilf ITTliEl *MMTmiltmif  ll52 0r������nv������������cSt.     v������n.*A.C  JNO. JACfSSON  Scientific Chiropodist  Conts removed without pain.  Hours ������ to tt���������Saudays and evenings by. appoinftueut.  Phonf 8851  omce Suit������30Ux������e .Block..  '' '*4M3  VCR ft vtAur  Kircnif-Nc-p  Cju*d*,j������.n ������ f������v. -poilaf* r������f������l4-   Hold tW  T������E  16 Really  COMPANY  2 3 4 8  WESTMINSTER RD.  Mt. Pleasant -  Vancouver  Weitatafter toad  First class restaurant  doing good business;  room for extension;  six rooms for boarders  $1200; cash $750.  South VaBConver Lots  From $300;   Easy.  Lyndeti Park, N. vincomer  Near Second Narrows  Bridge; $275 for I  acre blocks. Investigate.  Examine our Lists.    Choice of  Hundred*.  NOW IS THE TIME  The Elite Realty Co.  2348      WKStminster      Riiait  itl&^^Mit  MOUNT* PLE-V8ANT NCW GENS  RAL REPAIR SHOP     ^ **  2625) Weftminslev Aveirne.'      '���������;  Bicycles, Sewing Maehinen, Bnbv Cur-  riagex, Wringers, Gnnf, jiey$r etc*  Lawnmnwere ������nd S������w������ sharpened.  A  ALL WORK GUARANTEED  C. C. PltKY  ������-������������������  ���������1'<l������'������������������������iH^H������������������;������<*{''fr'K*'"K������������Hw������,i������ ���������  LOWED & COATES:  GENERAL BROKERS  IE4L EHATE AND INSUIANCE ;:  633 PENDER STREET, WEST.  Phone 1500  ���������4^^^^:������l'-^f>**.:.**M..><i..:������K*<K**������:-*  Baths, Massage. Magnetic, Electric face and scalp treatments  by Scientific Masseuse.  569 GRANVILLE STR.  0-43  4>      We are always* open to buy first   ���������  ��������� cla*$ Hay and  Oats and always  T  pleated  to quote    prices.      Wo ; O  buy tho BEST lor we only  1  melt the BEST.        t  uiv   iw4������ntfv.-auw.   hwi.mis* i������s������i mlrBki     ^  ' ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  ���������I ���������I ���������    '������  mitm  THEWESTERN CALL, VANCOtlVfiR* BRITISH COLUMBIA.  Fri*^ TMireh 11; 191������  This Will Stand  INVESTIGATION  A STRONG ADDRESS  .A  i ���������-  M  ������ i        ������  / <���������/.  KJn-  StS*"  CHILLIWA  A number of five a  blocks adjoining Cm  Limits.    This landfeif  absolutely first cla������^  in grass ami ~A^ i4  ������   ���������������*    ft  $350 per acre; ;goo<������  terms f'adjoining laiil  selling Jor $500 an aCr^  W. H. STEVENS-&; CO.  317    Pender    Street    West  ,     ;     '    ' J     ii <  :\  &-������������������?  ���������   '���������    *       ������������������ -. ���������   ���������"  .-V-  I ..  Pi    ������>     >��������� I  ���������1 *  (Continued from page 4)  What then, yon will ask. is Canada's duty in,face of these facts? To  .my mind there are two things to be  borne in mind: First: The Immedi-1  ate need; Secondly: "The permanent  remedy" In regard to the first there  aie two general suggestion, viz., a  direct contribution; or the constru-  tion and establishment of a Canadian  navy under control of Parliament, but  to be loaned to the Empire If occasion  should arise.  I   will deal with this    question    to  establish a  Canadian navy    first.      1  would ask you to disabuse your minds  ol' all political prejudice al  this time.  In air the speeches I have read, up to  the present      I     inimagine     at leas;  !)5 per cent ot*  that  which  is said  is  simply political   btincuin.     Tlie. whole  subject has been    made   a    political  football, an occasion to make an    ln-  '. si (lions attack on political   opponents.  J This deplorable in five Of the    manifest, seriousness   of i lie whole situation.  Tke building of a Canadian navy.in  "anada would have certain advantages. It. would mearo that many millions of money would be placed <in  circulation. It would mean the stimulation of a very desirable industiy,  that is shipbuilding The establishment ot huge docks would undoubtedly give an impetus to that  bianch of tiade It would, again, to a  'ertain extent give Canada a place  among: nations, similar to thai which  the United States held a centuiv ago  In case at some tutuie time Canada  should become independent, it would  ptove the nucleus ol a nav> toi om  own defence  But aie these the most impoitant  ihings to be consideied' I think not  Oui duty as alie-idy stated is to view  the exigencies of the case and to meet  them Would- this scheme ot a Can  adian navy do this*7" It would take  many years to build a havy' We  would have to get tacilities. which w*>  do not af present possess We would  have to get the men to build and the  men to man them 'Both of which aie  almost impossible except by years of  training The��������� expense would be prodigious compared with what It. could  be done in the 01dvLand Then aie .ve  anxtous to be a independent nation >  1 think tun, SOrae may, but not those  ��������� ��������������� '  ��������� -  who have oliee giasped the full sig-  nificance of the impeiiallstic vision  What then can we say but that if  should be dnect u>ntlibation9 Not  .{hen ah an act of chaiity, but corc-  11United, as oui .Just poition ot the  4ieat biuden of the Bntish ta\paye.  Value lor. \ahie, le tenet! And It an.v  one should teel humble, it is we ourselves, who have been toi yeais enjoying the prestige and piotection ot  Bntain's navy and not paying one  rent towaids Its enoitnotib evpeuse  Some will object that this is giving oui monej lor something ovej  which we have no contiol Tine, but  l his tii st contubution should be as a  small lecognition of past obligations  Foi-The tuture >I would suggest the establishment of a Supieme Board ot  Itnpeual Defense on which eveiv  sett-governing Colonv would have just  and tan lepiesentation And that a  ceitain pio rata tax be levied on each  mte^ial pait ot the Empire based on  the value of the seivices received  This would not only provide fok the  tut ui e neds but would stimulate the  Impei lal ideal upon which oui vei,y  existence as a nation depends  But to.deal briefly with our second  proposition. "The   Permanent, Remedy".   I would point once'more to the  . I'lmentable    conditions    which'obtain  in' England'at. "the present ttriie. There  are. according   to good   authority, siy  millions   of men   permanently out>ol  work, who are willing to work. .That.  is;    there   are   that number who   are-  cnnstantly unemployed.     A large portion of these are almost on Uie verge  of starvation. It is a chronic condition,.  Turn.,from    this  .picture to.the -vast  j areiAs of arable land in Australia. New  ! Zeala'nd.   South    Africa   and Canada.  7ai������d   ask    them. "What is our duty?'-'  [ To make the great wheat plains   and  j:fruit   districts,   of   Canada   available  ';t<> these-.-.men.    To encourage emigra-  j lion to-this great land which'is crying out for the hand of man to complete its    de.velopement. To make  generous    provision   for".the training  of these   me?n    ahd   asisting them In.  every   wjt pbsible   "to become independent, yet1' patriotic subjects of the.  : Empire.         To Canada and her Sister  ! Colonies    will   England look lor. men  j to defend her.           >',nd    if I mistake  I not the .������igns of the times, the day is  (���������not far distant when we shall be call-  .! ed upon   to offer   practical aid m the  ..'������������������defence of the race and empire.       It  te    therefore    absolutely     imperative  that we "make a generous    cash   con-  I ribntion    imw.    and also    make ade-  | ouate provision   to meet the demands  IN  KITSILANf)  19-20 Of 192 in 526  Corner 100x120 Cleared and Fenced  $5,400 Terms  toriier on Third  Cleared and Graded  $7,700 Terms  * ���������.-:���������': ��������� :���������'.'      ; ��������� ; v". *������������������ ''-'���������*     -  i  ?  4 *.  Corner 75x75 or Third  Cleared  $5*350 Terms  6 room Mouse, modern, 35ft.,  3rd Ave. on Hill;  xfine view; price $3800; terms  Spread over 4 years  2165 3rd Avenue, W;  317 Pender -St W.  Ring Up  ([J The Acme Plumbing and Heating C6\  For estimates on plumbing  Hot Air or Water Heating Phone 5  319 Broadway E. ������ Vancouver  of the future:"  -:?r;;, ��������� ' A. '������������������"': * ���������/���������������������������i������l^'-tr,"    -.-'.;. I-  A������Vv���������������������������'j'i  .THE^^KTE^yJ^I^/^  "^^i^rwyp]  K1'*?wl^w.<iJr-^"-- * ;-.T?u..-y..?r.-..|n.ii .im jwiwg.^wg  ���������...-iu>;!if-<-"-������..:  --tf .vtf^A y'- SA>. V&. ^MVMItJi^!. ,'  ������   .:H'.U Si    "i    ;-���������'��������� ���������'.���������*     Ky'-t   \  '    >...   v~. >>:��������� V,   i.-.l   .-���������   . ').    '..;:: ���������    V   ..{    \. '.,   .  '/���������*���������'���������'��������� F^i*.  v,  idy*.i������";'   < "'        ''���������.   V   .-'  ^CV"* V'���������������������������-���������'��������� Si  vV ��������� **  Inqmries to be  V-  letter j ca/re ofy'CaW"' Offic,  Double Corner, T^  cleared; the best and last left.  r  35=36 of 224 in  526 between Arbutus  and Yew on Third; $3150.  llll!!,; between  -'���������"-���������jV.!'^^'.y.i^'':?.iV.Y-fcV<.-.-^-������i-^.WA'".^ '     - '  ���������:-^'-7;'.7:-'7vu; -:���������;,?&;���������&&<*.?>><* im      _-.  ^-'*7'?;v^-:-.-7'7^s.;7^fti0v.   ���������--  ��������� ;;-*���������::.7^^-^^^i^^M ' -/:.'' -  ,':7''7':':;Xvv;;':''^v;};i^^"'vv'':fv';<.-v|;''^ ^ -*-'v >''>  ���������7>.v *������''.: '-".'  .'*':i'-:t'^:-ftr^'A,!:W;>ii"iV^\0 "���������  and Vine Sts. on  $3150.  ���������������     "  !.  1.    -     ���������   -7*. ��������� ���������'-.'.'   '���������.*J'���������'<���������'���������. !���������    ' ��������� !������������������,,-    \ ^>      ���������" .  50xi2o in 221 of 526; cleared: on Second  :'������' X'  }.i  ''i  I V- -,')/������    X>     ���������*��������� j*''.I--    ���������-     .���������������' t-S- J*1   ��������� '���������    ���������<  . ; ^>.������. **.=������,.. *VV  ?.������  $    :-  in  water and U  *  13 of 395 in 26, between Oak and Spruce  on 12th.   $2000.  DoublcXorner Larch and Third, one of  1 - v  best remaining.    $7500 ;.>���������Jj-:;���������!:.���������^.>^;^^.,.^1������WJ^3lr^iJW  a *������������^fJ-.-'W^-;-iVi**if.^;ta-.u  jrtt.- *t J*."*J -���������'' i" vA&rJ������V JCj t������Lr, *.li;*������'!i,'.������������3x  ^���������fajt^iayK^i-as^^saaa^i^v-^  s  THE WESTERN CALL, VANCOUVER, BRITISH .COLiXTMBIA.  Friday, March 11, 1910.  Local and  ���������"'��������� Otherwise  Mount Pleasant to the tore!  are you doing to help?  What  Attorney-General Bowser spent the  week-end in Vancouver.  7Aliss Ruth Purdy returned on Saturday from a short visit to Victoria.  Mrs. Collins of Toront, is the guest  of Mrs. W. A. .Macdonald.  Mr. George Simpson spent the week  ;   d visiting his mother in Victoria.  ��������� Captain Bonser left on Sunday for  Fort George for the season.  Spring Is here���������how about plants for  the garden?   See Keeler.  "Mrs. Edward Cook, .Miss Cook ami  Miss Elsie Cook are spending a few-  days i:i Victoria.  *Mr. R. Marpole returned to town on  Saturday after a briei visit to the capital.  Mrs. and .Mrs. Walter Evans are  back in town after spending two  months   in the old country .  When do the R. C. E. Ry. Co. build  their lines en Westminster road to  Seventh?  : Mrs. R. Hall, 2325 Third avenue. VV.  wil not receive on Wednesday nor  again until further notice.  Mrs. Cole of 273 Sixth avenue east  was taken to the hospital last Saturday  /.and   underwent  a   serious   operation.  TWe are glad to hear she is doing fine.  Mrs. James W. Welch, accompanied  toy her daughter, Miss Rita Welch, left  town last Sunday 'on a three months'  visit to Cayley, Altai'  " Mr. R. VV. Ellis returned .home..'on  Sunday from Victoria, where he represented the' Vancouver-law students  at a banquet given by the Victoria law  students.  Dr. and Mrs. 'Herman Roberston of  Victoria left last week for a trip to  Europe. Dr. Whillans of the Similka-  meen valley has gone to Victoria to  take charge of Dr. '.Robertson's office.  ', Master Armouiv Bull, son of Police  "Magistrate Bull is home from St. Pauls  hospital, and recovering very nicely  from the effects1 of his recent - accident  The engagement is announced in Ottawa of Miss Claudia Bate, second  daughter of Colonel and Mrs. H. Allan  Bate, and granddaughter of Mr. Henry  .N. Bate/ of "Trenwick House," to,Mr.  Frederick Peters. C. E., son of Colonel  James Peters, D.O.C./aud Mrs. Peters,  of Victoria.  The Ladies' Aid: of Mount Pleasant  Baptist Church will give a birthday  social on Thursday evening, the 17th  of .March. A good program will be  -rendered and ' refreshments served.  Those who have not previously secured tickets will, be presented with them  at the door of the church, which will  be open at 8 o'clock sharp.  ~" Very ~pretty"';"cliub'"ipln's"beai'i"ng'i_an-  artistic design, in which the beaver  and maple leaf are prominent, have  been clecided on by the Woman's Canadian club.  The members of the club are looking  forward with much interest to the reception to be given to .Mark Ham-  toourg on March 22.  *T\w members of tbe Vancouver  "Ladies' Hockey club, who ��������� returned  from Victoria on Sunday, speak with  much pleasure ol' the entertainment  provided for them by the Victoria club.  The match was played on Saturday afternoon at the Oak Hay grounds/later  ���������all the players wore entertained at  tea by Mr. Virtue of Hie Oak Bay  Hotel. In the evening the Vancouver  ������irls were the guest* of honor at a  jolly dance which was attended by  -about ir.o people.  BASEBALL.  The annual meeting of the Heaver  Baseball Club of .Mount Pleasant will  be held in Cow's pool rooms on Wednesday evening. March Itith, at. 8  o'clock, for the purpose of organizing  and electing of officers for the coining  If you wish to subscribe  drop a card to the office.  Captain and Mrs. Mellon expect to  leave early in May for England.  Mrs. Keith, of New Westminster,  was calling   ou friends in town.  will visit relatives.  Mr.  and   Mrs.  Sechvick and  family  Mrs. C. J. Jackson of Fifteenth-avenue left 'for Victoria, B. C, where she  Rev. S. Everton. pastor of Mount  Pleasant Baptist church, is spending  a few days in'   Victoria.  Mr. C. A. Wilson and.Miss Wilson of  Winnipeg, are visitors in town and  are guests at the Glencoe Ixxlge.  Wednesday, 4. p. m.. Oddfellows'  Hall. Business meeting for business  men and otherwise.  The old church, corner of Ninth and  Westminster, is being razed. What a  site for a six-storey structure*  .Miss Robins is spending a few days  visiting her parents, SO Broad wa>  west, before leaving for China, where,  she' will enter the mission field.  Miss Jean Hyatt of Revelstqke. ;  former student of the Normal schoc  here, has taken a position on the  staff of the Kelowna public school.  The many friends of Dr. and Mrs. F.  C. McTavish. 1273 Robson street are  warmly congratulating them en the  birth of a son.  Teuth avenue, around Westminster.  is a sight' for the gods���������mud and then  some.  Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Rutherford left,  town on Friaday by the Northern Pacific for Louisvile. eKntucky, Later'  on I hey will go to Toronto where they  .will remain for some weeks.  Mr.  W.  A. Anderson,  proprietor of  the Regent Hotel in Victoria, is spending a few days hi the city as tho guest  of his brother. Detective James' Anderson, of the local police force. Mr.  Audeison was a resident in Vancouver .in. the early days and won renown  by his skill as an athlete.  Last Sunday afternoon the members  of the Adanac Bible class of the Grand-  view Methodist church, formally opened the new, large, rooms, which was  especially built, for their accommodation. The cost was about $1,100���������and  the room has a seating capacity of  about 200.   .,-   .;;vy���������-':-. \'  "V'r\,-     ,'   '  Rev. R. Milliken, B. D��������� pastor of  Wesley church, and Rev. J. P^West-  man, of Mount Pleasant church, are  conducting an evangelistic campaign \.  in "Central .Methodist church and the  outlook for aTweek of successful services is good. Last evening an excellent srivit pervaded/tlie audience," a  spirit not only of enthusiasm, but of  deep intensity of desire for larger  spiritual blessing. Mr. Westman took  charge of the opening and closing exer-  cjses and Mr. Milliken gave the address. Under their efficient and enthusiastic leadership the congregations  assembling this week at the .-.Central  church will doubtless be greatly helped.  (WEDDING BELLS  An extremely quiet wedding took  place on Tuesday last at the residence  of the biide's ; parente, Coldstream,  Okanagan valley, when Miss Alice  Twiddle, one of the most popular and  highly esteemed young ladies of that  district, was united in marriage to Mr.  Arthur Percy Fisher, a real estate  broker of this city, the ceremony being performed by the Rev. Logie Mad-  donnell.  ��������� A very pretty wedding was solemnized on Thursday.. March ?., at 522  Homer street, the dcshlence' of the  bride's parents.    The contracting par-  i The funeral of the late Mrs. Elizabeth S. Franklin took place Tuesday  afternoon from St. James church,  where services were conducted by Rev.  H. G. Fiennes-Cliuton and Rev E. W.  -Sumnierscales.  The funeral the Henry Lawley, who  died in the city, will take at St; Michael's church, the Rev. G. H. Wilson  officiating. The Oddfellows will also  attend and take charge of the services at the cemetary .  The remains at the late Thomas  Griffiths, who was one of the victims  of the Roger's Pass catastrophe, arrived In the city Tuesday, iu charge  of the brother. James Griffiths, and a  ties  were Mr. Joseph Pitman,  health \ representative of Messrs. Armst.rc.ng &  officer, and Miss Margaret Sadgsworth j Edwards, both of whom  went  to "the  both of this city. The bride was given jSCGnti.'of the accident,  away by her father and was supported   by   Miss  Elsie  Coots.  Mr.  George|  Sedgeworth supported, the groom. andt������r Ionn Oonaghy. aged 64,   He was a  the marriage ceremony was performed member of Christ  bv the Rev. J. M. "McLeod.'   Mr. anil  The death occurred Tuesday  night  Mrs. Pitman will reside in this cityr.  W. M. S.  The next regular .meeting of the Aux-,  'iliary of the VV. M. S; of Mount Pleasant Methodist Church will be held*6n  Tuesday ���������'next at "! o'clock, in .the  church parlor. This being the annual  meeting, the election of.officers will  take place. All ladies are invited to  attend.        - ���������������������������������������������"-. .  MOUNTAIN VIEW METHODIST  CHURCH CONCERT.  Mrs. O'Dell of Mount Pleasant gave  one-of her' popular .concerts' in the  Mountain View Methodist' Church on  Thursday evening of last week which  was appreciated by the large audience  present. The music was of a high  order." as ,also was the readings by  Miss Heather. Mountain View will  certainly appreciate another concert of  this quality. It was a. most, enjoyable  event.  Church, and he  leaves a wife and family who reside  at 654 Hornby street. The timoral took  place from the 'resid..i������;u to Christ  church on Friday a. j o'clock. Rev.  C. C. Owen will conduct the service.  The death  occurred  Tuesday  niiht  at  7f>"J  Burraid  street,  Tennant. at the age of  of Mrs.   Xuno  .5'.).    She was  an   adherent  of  the   Roman  Catholic  religion and a native of Ireland. The  bedy   will   be  shipped   to  Lethhridge  for interment'  , Mr. .Tennant will  ac  company  the  remains.    Mr.  Teiuiam  was   formerly   the  customs  officer  at  Coutts, Alberta.  ��������� t.  The funeral took place on Tuesday  afternoon, of the late Andrew Wilson,  from the family residence, under the  auspices  of  the   Knights   of   Pythias.  Rev. .J.  W.   Woodside  conducted   the  service at the house and the service  at the graveside was conducted by the  K. of P.. the members of whi h turned  out in a'body,, while, many members of  the Moulders'  "Tnton  were also n'res-  ent.:77>7':.������   ;.   ���������$        .:���������* . ...: . ���������������������������'  OAK STREET  Two lots on high grounds 47x120 to lane for ths Bargain price each lot  $4700  'i Cash. Bat. 6*12 and 18 months.  John T. Stevens Trust Co  *?  HPiAD OFFICE:  318 Homer Street,  PHONE 56c4  Room* 20t> Mercantile Blci.sr.  Cor. (Jordovn and Homer Sts.  BRANCH OFFICE 7  2ia5 Granville Street  (Open Evcuuijrs)  PHONE 4265  Residence Phone 5694  41-U  (WARD'S "^NS  ~     (Our Best) Flour. No. t Har������l Wheat    - - - - -  Suringhruok Creamery Butter  Donnei- Itrook Butter  PHONE   R3942  RY   STOKE  Westminster Road  $l.('>j> per sack  '<! Ib������. for������Sc;'  Z lbs. for 55c.v  Oscar Kidd  PRACTICAL HQRSESHOER  Special attention given to Lame  and Inerfering Horses.  Betw,.��������� SUth and ^v.n.h     p^JMCE     EDWARD     STREET  % ���������         ���������         r ���������   - '              ���������������������������������������������������������������&'  I The  best stock of ARMS, ill  % AMMUNITION,    CUTLERY, *  * and SPORTING GOODS  can $  be found at the store of  *  Y  GRANDVIEW METHODIST CHURCH  The anniversary services of the  Grandview Methodist Church, held last  Sunday and Monday, "were a decided  success.  On Sunday, Rev. T. E. Holling of  Victoria preached two inspiring and  helpful sermons.  Madam Ynlisse delighted the people with her service of song and riveted the thought of the sermon by her  second solo.  At 2:20 p. in., the new Bible classroom was formally opened, when short  addresses were delivered to about 12.1  persena present.  "��������� On Monday evening the ladies of the  congregation gave a banquet to tbe  members and adherents of the church.  About *>00 pei sons sat dowifcto a bountiful repast.  An excellent program was rendered, consisting of instrumental music,  solos and addresses.  On Tuesday evening the children  were rallied to the number of 300.  and did ample justice to the dainties  provided.     The   Intermediate   League  person purchasing I lb  of our now famous RUl Tip  Te������ 40c and 50c per lb. we  give  I Chas. E Tisdall %  $        618-620 Hastings St.  ���������5' V  ^^5^������>^*^*^'*^w2*^^^^'w*-^*.*5^^,'*2,f<3'wI*^*,5^^M5'*'(SMSM^"fr  S������.m,,sv^r.-^....>......\\^..^,^.v*<;'.',^-.r^,^^.-���������-,.-... .....^.j.vjM^TMVt^c..,.  WILLIAM   RUDD  SHOEMAKER  Cor. 10th and Westminster Road  ' Repair* neatly exevnred  Hand Sewn work a specialty.    ..'.���������' ���������' ,   ���������      -.;..7 .    43-4H   '  Russell &Kaye  UONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS  Plans and Estimates Furnished  148 1 lUl Avenue, West.  TTELEN   BADGLEY - Teacher oil  ���������"���������   Elecutiou,. Physica.1 Culture and|  Dramatic Arp.   Plays Coaehed, Enter  taiumeuts Directed; Platform Reeihils  Studio: SWa Ho������������bt Stkbet;.  Telephone RiJSSS.  ,    r   If it is  First Class SHOEWAK'  INQ and SHOP RfzPAIR-  ���������;.:;;jwp.     - ;  yon want, go to  R. PPTpfts& CO.  2511 Westminster Ave.  (Neur Browdwny)  We guarantee our woTtk to be as gc  as any in, the eity.  But remember yon MUST bring this AD  wit* you in order to obtain the Half Pound FREE  Note the addresses  The MacFarlane Co  2313 Westminster ave Phone 5181  " R472S  Road " R4002  *  G. B.  Chocolates |  We have just opened a fresh $  stock of these unexcelled Choc- %  . olates.       The   packages   are *  $ dainty,   and   make   beautiful f  1 V R. TIMJHS  Sigh  and   Car; "age  ^ PaiiJter:  f Removed fitkui \W>tmiHsrer Ave.  J    To STEELE & MUIR B lu'g.  , lit. Pleasant.  .*'. presents.  U  3210  617 15th and "  season.    All   players   and   sunitorters| furnish^.l an excellent 'program,  are requested to attend.  See Local and  General  On j bright   prospects   ami   a   united  I     The  church enters  upon, their  sec-  I ond year in  their new  building,  with  pur-  Page 5  pose.  Head Office and Store;  2449 Granville St  NHoom ranmo Irmm 39o������  to 03.OO  We also carry these Chocolates  in bulk at 60c per pound,  t ������������������   ���������  I Independent  I        2>ragf  1 ������tore  ���������> ^f  (Lepatourel & mcRae)  *  t  %  f  1  Y  Cor. 7th & Westminster  Avenues  FOR  X.AYINCV  FOWL  AND  CHICKENS  ������������������SEE -  ������ i I  L. WALKER.  12th    AVR.,   KA3T  ^^^wt^.^>4l.>^>���������'(^t^������t^���������J^"';������^���������������^<i'���������t���������^|,���������!���������tiM'^  ASKE HALL  1540 Fifth Ave., West  FOR. JRENTT  Private Daace*.    Geaeral MeetfafsJ  PHONE L&R 3364^  GEO.  ASKE  2038 GRANVILLE St.]  Keelen's Nursenr ^  Remember our Floral Work  the Best in the CSty  SE For Ornamental Trees for the next 30 days iiTKST1

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