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 ���������"..>?..���������  '��������� ';7^:;7^77#lll������ii^l  '-7.77$i&|sm  ���������:������������������::'���������:������������������:.���������; ���������;���������:������������������"��������� ������������������!i''?f^$l  Vancouver City, Mount Pleasant, South Vancouver ancf The Provi  nee  .VOLUME"!  HERE AND THERE  l(  U  b*i  ft  Several matters of very groat moment to the city and its future have received the attention ol* tho City Council /luring the past week. The subject which takes .precedence of all  others in importance, is, of course.  "False Creek  Improvement."  The Harbor Improvement committee have deci-.led to deal with the  Great Northen railway along the lines  laid down in their proposition"to the  City Council last year. It is, however, '.worthy of not, that thi.s was not.  clone without a difference of opinion  of at least one of the Committee; Aid.  Stevens introduced a resolution stating that, it was to the best interests of  the City that all tlie .remaining portion of the bed of False Creek should  be retained by the city, and not one  foot permanently alienated. Also that  the City-'.undertake a comprehensive  plan of improvement with a view to  giving accommodation to all incoming  railways and making provision as well  for industries. This motion was  lost in. committee.' but in our opinion  this course should have been adopted.  The CI i eat Northern now have ample  land for yards, holding something like  sixty acres on False Creek, which includes the south and easterly shores,  and to give them the northerly lore-  she re is simply to place within their  power adsoiule control of the most valuable asset that the City at present  possesses.  Once this arrangement is completed  >\ith the railway company .all hope ol  Public control will be lost forever. Ii  may be that the company could de-  velope this in a better manner and  more expeditiously than the City, but  that is also an open question, in any  case-if the Council'were large- enough  in'*,'isioii. Ii is" possible to do this development work as a Public undertaking.  It should be remembered that the  Great Northern employ only Japs.  They bring all supplies from Seattle.  Their monopoly of the situation will  be absolute and permanent.  We also wish to protest against  meetings held in camera. This matter  has had sufficient publicity now. to  warrant that all negotiations should be  in public. The alleged meeting held  Wednesday, evening was not a meeting of the Committee as we have it  ) on good authority that at least one  member of the Committee was excluded, even although the said member  made personal enquiries at the City  Hall regarding the meeting. It is  perhaps Only a coincident that this  member hias" differed from the "chairman in some of the matters discussed.  We have a right, at least, to demand  that matters of such importance a'S1  this should be discussed by the whole  >������ committee.���������  j j *    *   *  A resolution was introduced into  Council, Monday, approving of the  Mayor's efforts to raise the standard  of Hotels in this City. Alderman Stevens and "Maepherson, brought in this  resolution, which shou'd receive the  heartiest endorsation of the Public.  Where any person undertakes to muzzle the expressions of those in public  | oflice, such as the Mayor. Commis-  ''! sioners and Aldermen, it is about time  the Public gave these persons to understand that such things would not  be tolerated. We hail with highest  I approval and commendation these ef-  Ik forts to deal with moral as well as  1> material  interests of our City .  An effort is being made to limit the  \5ighest of buildings in the City to  Il20 feet, and not more than 10 stories.  I*An amendment to the Building by-law  'was introduced to Council last. It met  [ considerable opposition and was referred to the building committee to  f report to next meeting  This matter should receive the most  careful consideration of the Public and  fbhoiild not be allowed to go down to  ule fet because a few citizens who are  Idefect because a few citizens who are  {wish   it  and  influence  the  council in  sts  decision.    We   ask  the   public  to  consider this important question from  levery -standpoint and give the Alder-  f.nen   introducing   this   measure   their  |?������pport.    In  the first place  buildings  lover   10 stories  will* exclude sunlight  frin ur streets.    Sunlight is the best  Igerm  exleminator  known  to science.  h  If will also mean that a large majority of those working in offices, etc., will  do so in a twilight or by artificial light.  You know it* that is.healthy or not. We  have no street. In this city which can  accommodate'the- trafllce If both sides  of it had unlimited skyscrapers.  Hence profit from the experiences of  ot'hT'r cities, which are to-day struggling with this great problem of trans  portaiion. It will also militate against values generally. Concentrating  t.he.> values in a comparatively small  centre. We have room, let our business spread out and not. keep it iu a  state of congestion. Think this over  and act. The Building Committee  meets at 3 p.m. Monday. April 4th, and  is open to the Public.  ��������� Some of the residents n Eleventh  avenue, between Westminster road and  Westminster avenue are wondering  what state their block will be in when  tjie^grading on the avenue is finished.  At"'present Eleventh from Sophia to  Westminster..'road*--takes a drop of  about ten fee or moie, and now it  looks as though the othei; end of the  block will take a slope at the avenue-. With street cars now on Westminster road as well as the avenue  it is believed that it won't be long  before the 200 block on Tenth aid  Eleventh will becme business streets.  and that while the present grading  is going on Eleventh avenue should  be. fixed up as a business street and  not as a knoll.  A petition has been drawn .up and  circulated by property owners along  Broadway asking the < ity council to  block pave the .street t'ropi -Ontario  yo7-S������mX. Property; owners.who have  not "signed so far, can sign a petition  it Hyudman & Kirkpatrick's office,  Broadway  and   Westminster  avenue.  NEW CANADIAN TRADE RECORD  Figures For Eleven Months Total Over  Six Hundred Millions.  Ottawa.���������The total trade of Canada  for February was $46,291,-201, an increase of $8.202,;'."4 over February ol  last year, For the eleven months o!  (he fiscal year the total trade has  been $610,577,981. an increase of $104.  113,307 or.over 20 per cent, as compared with the corresponding eleven  months of the fiscal year, and constituting a new record for Canadian  crade. The imports for the month totalled ' #a0.341.������t������9, an increase of $68.-  131.2,'W; The exports of domestic products for February totalled $15,337,-  043. an increase of a little over $1,000.-  rtOO. The exports of domestic products for the eleven months totalled  1257,012,262, an increase of $32.S05.������50.  Of this latter increase about $17,000,-  000 was in exports of the forest and  about $2,000,000 in exports of manufactures. Exports of foreign products  for the eleven months totalled $21,174.-  050. an increase of a little over $3,000.-  000.  The total customs revenue for the  eleven months was $53,7$ 1,333. an increase off ll.389.0S5.  ANOTHER   MAN   BRANDED.  The B. C. E. railway have branded  another man. Mr. W, A. Robertson had  his leg broken in a rear-on collision  on  the Eburne line.  NO LADY USHERS  Victoria. B. C, March 28, 1910.  Editor Western Call,���������I have been  informed that the press of the mainland is stating that the Metropolitan  church contemplates having lady ushers to take up the collection. Such an  idea has never been mooted either by  pastor or officials of this church and is  a pure fabrication.  If you have reference to this report  in your remarks in last week's issue  of The Call will you please give an  emphatic denial to the report, and  oblige.  Yours truly.  T. E. IIOI-UNG.  VANCOUVEK, British Columbia, APRIL 1, 1910.  No. 477  IMOCALCONSERVATIVE  " ORGAN ""  Hon.  Carter-Cotton   May  Get  Finance  Minister Portfolio.  According to reliable information  ��������� i-oni Victoria, the old .and tried official  Conservative organ of this citv is to  pass into the control of S. H. Matson  of the Colonist, Victoria. The'Hon'  Carter-Cotton has been the chief proprietor of this paper for something  over twenty years, ami is recognized^  as the lest editorial writer iii' the  Province. .-.".  Rut.the most significant feature of  tlus change is ihe statement that Hon  Carter-Cotton is to receive the- portfolio of Financial Minister left vacant  by the resignation of Hon. Capt Tat-  low last fall. The Hon. W. J. Bowser  has been holding down the Finance  Ministership, as well as that of Attorney Genera) It has been the most  difficult problem that the Premier ha.  had, to deal wilh, because of the nu.  l,iei,0i,!,������*?I,|ica������;s fpr the office. . In  fact the Government was enabled to  keep their cumbersome majority well  in line7ali last session by simply, in-  forming the tliirty-tour individual'applicants that if they did not behave  they- would belieft.-* out, and it worked  i^"11:1^- 5^h>"|������l1>!ic;7hoWever;-wfi-'l  ^! T^1'71h<t������l't>est approval the rumored appointment of the Hon. Carter-  Cotton.' There is no more able and  conscientious mem hereof the Govern  ment in this ��������� Province." and lie is also  recognized as an authority on financial matters.  Acording to the testimony given before the executive committee at Victoria last week by .las. Brown and  William Ash, old-time residents of.D  1-. 301, the Ii. C. Electric Railway,  through their representative, Mr.  Glover, agreed that if the residents of  301 would not oppose their application  to the Government for running rights  in this district, they (the B. C. Electric) would guarantee to have the  franchise expire simultaneously with  that of the City of Vancouver, viz.,  1918. This generous. arrangement induced the residents of that district to  agree and hence, when in 1908 the application was made, there:'was no opposition and the franchise was granted-  This is not all. The Railway Act  demands that all franchises be limited.  When the B. C. Electric made their application, there being no opposition,  the Government immediately granted  the request and; allowed the company's  legal representative to draw the agreement. This agreement was signed as  a matter of form by the Minister of  Lands at that time, the Hon. Mr. Fulton; but Imagine the chagrin and surprise of the Government when over a  year afterward they find they had  sgined an agreement which had not  inserted in it the time-limit clause. Of  course it cannot be said that this was  deliberately done by the company's  legal representative, who drew the  document, but it is certainly a remarkable coincident that that same lawyer  should claim that that particular document gave the company a perpetual  franchise.  The public interest should iw. paramount in all matters of this kind, and  it is the purpose of this periodical  to persistently point out the various  outrages perpetrated against the interest of the public by great companies  holding these  valuable  franchises.  We demand a "square deal" in this  flatter, free from subterfuge and quibble. The executive at Victoria have  promised to give us one: we will,  herefore, patiently await developments.  PROF. ODIUM'S CRITICISM ON THE  "NEW THEOLOGY"  IY CAMPBELL OF 'TO CtTY TEHHF  m  SSi  .'���������<!''':'-.'.-.;-''-;ii!3S5S|  ...V: .-        ..,'-   V.."..'^A������  ������������������y-f.'.':'-'::'!;'lA^sJi  ������������������-'" 'M������!S?&  ' " '���������' 'iKf.fM^i  ';>.v:'Wt^,;  Vancouver, B. C, Feb. 21st,  1908.  ������������������$m  >v*,*7.���������  ��������� fiMM  '"Vftt#  It is in my mind to write a few short and pointed criticisms on ''ThV,���������,..-���������  New Theology;" just enough to make fairly clear the kind of man and workl^^S  Campbell and his book are. ''���������'."'"���������''��������� "-=-':iM^^S  7 ���������.-.:..-.������������������������������������ .':������������������'.���������   77.       -'������������������' ;'��������� -7 ���������''... - -7',   ���������.-:������������������,.,'.. ..v^.^^^p**3  I shall go straight at the subejet and not use space and time bieitih^^ML  about, hedging and fencing. L; ���������������������������'/ .s'.rt ": -77; 7/..-^I'-fc^^^*  '.���������'.���������'"'      ' ���������'.-'' :. '....'���������������������������    ':���������'h<...':'" .'���������-.''������������������'.''���������'   .'iVr-V'-O; ,;,'.-:���������..^M^���������*"'*  On page 5 he says:    "The New Theology holds that we know nothing^ ^^  and can know nothing,  of the Infinite Cause 7whence "all things^'^ proceed,'":^^^^^^  except as we read Him in His universe and in our own souls." ;':7:.''^^^^S������i  From this it follows that we know nothing of 'Him 'from ''the Striptures;^|^^^lli|  from prophets. Jesus, Apostles, human history and from one another. 7 When^^^^^pl^'  Campbell wrote the above statement which  I have quoted in extenso, he ^^^^  talked or wrote as a man who had lost memory, sense/knowledge of his oWn  ^iif 77  teaching, and the knowledge of his own life.    I herein;assert that7the:''Q^::^M^  Temple"  Reverend insults his hearers and readers in -"-his :stal&fi-^iiaii^^  and he so affirms, then he knows nothing of that "Timr'" Atriri hf;p jjhii ii.pw.wl, ...,..., ,      ; c&i  in coming before the world to������������������ tell'. what. he" knows' of '������������������that' ������uMllis^i|p^lp|!7-77!\$M  We ���������*������������������ ������<������i.������iil������ ������������������-������;i Ti~.-������:.J������..   ,������J ,i .L- l^j^J..i'-'-..::ii:J4'i''?������^'i'^i';'^*^^^  say we  What does he know of the ''imminent'' or any other god, if he reh������^7ltSi.    ,  from past history, including the history of Jesus'>777" '/ Ssl^^^S^  I, say this "imminent;god'*;'be hanged,;'for'the:^g^-!we,dig^ii^^^^  own souls" and "the universe,^' of;;which we ,do not know th������;trillr^^:"  part, ....... ...i���������. 5,.,l..._..,.��������� =,V.VW)>  s iust such a god as may, suit the illogiciiU-'up^cial andpresimptioiis^  of-the "New Theoligy^^ * ���������_"      '     -'���������'," ';'" ^^*';^������������gM$$^  Bui it does not suit ordinary every day humans.   Caropbeir������i Jgcltl. ii-no7*  good to me.    He is, so far as I can make out, a"dunili;;-dSgV^7'^rnmin*nt'^:^rv,;5s^s^  God"js good for big sound! -77-;-/7'"r. ^^-7'*;^^^^^  ���������:  Such was. In brief, the history of an  accident (?) whicii occurred in Iroquois Hotel this week. It is simply  another victim to the accursed liquoi  and the avarice of man. Amel Skib  ben's aged mother expected him to at  rive home this week, but instead will  receive the sad intelligence that hei  son was cut off in the prime of lite tin-  honored, unmourned, a dispised victim of modern civilization's legalized  curse. Our law demands that no man  who is intoxicated shall be served with  liquor, yet according to the alleged  .statement of the proprietor of the  hotel where Skibbens got the drink  which murdered him. he <Skibbons>  had been drinking freely and was intoxicated when he arrived at tbe Iroquois hotel. Here he waB served  wilh more liquor, in spite of his helpless condition and in bold defiance of'  the law. He fell asleep leaning on the  bar. The barkeeper, we are told, Icind-  y shook him to awaken him. but he  fell to the floor.  It is remarkable how men get the  habit of falling to the floor in bar,  rooms when a bar-keeper happens to  look at them or gently touches them.  It is also remarkable and highly commendable how kind and solicitous  these riame bar-keeps are to these unfortunate creatures (according to their  statements, at least). In any case  Skibbens is dead, and a coroner's jury  will have to decide what caused his  death. Whatever their verdict may  be. one thing is certain, the primary  cause is the legalized drink curse,  next is the habitual defiance of the  laws by licensed hotel proprietors ot  their employees. The license board  has suspended the license of the Iroquois Hotel pending a thorough investigation. Who. though, will carry  any solace to the aged mother off at  Oreen Bay. Wisconsin, whosp mother  ! heart is yearning for her boy.  An order-in-conncil has been passed  it Ottawa declaring that all immigrants entering Canada must have at  east $25 in cash if arriving in sum  uer and double that amount if arriving in winter. The new regulations  ipply to settlers from the United  States.  HAS MACKENZIE JOINED H.B. CO.?  London.���������Nothing is known at the  dtices of the ('. X. R. here regarding  .Villiam Macken'/ie having joined the  'maid of the Hudson's Bay company,  lis secretary thinks there is nothing  in  it.  It is reported that Messrs. J. I...  Loupheed and (Sooderich, who are the  well-known brokerage tl r m of  Lougheed & Co., have dissolved part-'  netship. Mr. Gooderich carrying on  the business. Mr. I.oughoed may take  over the position as manager for the  Imperial  Investment Co.  IF YOUR  BUSINESS IS  NOT WORTH  ADVERTISING !  ADVERTISE  IT FOR SALE  The City Temple may be crowded, out of curiosity to hear of this god,  or of some other god (for Campbell has~ many with which he juggles.); or  just to hear a man talk strange words. In any case he gives them husks, and  from his later ravings, evidently is feeding on this very unwholesome provender  himself. .  On page 12 he says: "Religion is man's response to the call of the  iniverse." Ah! So! What is that? A truly simple religion; simple enough  for any simpleton! Surely a "New Theology" is heeded, and Campbell is'  iust the man to produce one of a suitable character.  "The call of the universe" is good.    Yea, serily!    So far I have'never  heard it.    Lightning flashed!    I stare at it!    Religion!    Thunder crashes!    J  rape at it!    Religion!    Earthquake smashes!    J shudder at it!    Religion:'  Cyclones destroy!    Humanity   is afraid!     Religion!      Pctilence ravages!  Mankind groans!    Religion.    Trees wave, winds roar, torrents rush, birds0  sing, planets shine, moons wax and wane,  and the whole universe moves  through its never eliding changes.    Man wonders, fears, sees, hears, feels, is7  sad. glad, hopeful and fearful.    Religion.    The dog bites.    Man is wounded.  Religion!    The horse kicks, boy dies!    Religion!  No man but a blank idiot pantheist could seriously make the statement  that^.'Religion is man's response to the calLof-,the..uhiverse.",.:.,^^^^.'--^.,,.-,.--,--^-..,-^  If he tell truth, then the universe is god.    Pantheism is extenso!  Again, on page 12 he says: "Jesus held the key to the riddle of existence."  Did Jesus hold the key and not use it? Not give it to the, world?  Not unlock the door leading to the solution? Not solve the riddle?-  "Jesus held the key!" What good was the key? To hold ihe key  and not use tt was a most vexing, irritating and useless performance, for  Campbell tells us thai Jesus did not use it. did not solve the riddle, did not  even unlock the door, and gave absolutely) no clue of Cod His father. I do  not misrepresent the author. Here are his words. (See page 5.): "77ic  New Theology holds that n>e f(now nothing, and can know nothing, of the  Infinite Cause whence all things proceed, except as we read Him in His  universe and in our own souls." If true, then Jesus either did not hold the  key, or, if so, he did not use it.  Agains. page 12:    "When I say God. I mean power it  (the power) is myself.'*    This simply means God is myself.    This again is  ultra pantheism.  This, with the preceding quotation, places the author clearly as a teacher  of pantheism. He asks: "How can there be anything in the universe outside  of God?"  There is. therefore, no sin, no good, no erring, no use of a lot of pulpit  oratory. No New Theology! No. City Temple. No word-making Campbell!    All a dream!���������since nothing outside of God exists.  What are the pantheistic asses braying about, if there is nothing in the  ���������iniverse but God? On page 32 he says: "The universe visible and invisible  ���������s consciousness/'    This is a remarkable sort of pantheistic dogmatism.  I look out of my window and see an old fir slump. It is visible! A bit  of the visible universe, therefore a bit of "consciousness." An old sardine  tin!     Consciousness!  [ see a little child, a black dog. a moving electric tram car. some stones,  a man with a yellow paint pot, a wood pile, a beef man's waggon box. a  manure heap, two men looking for lots, a woman with a baby in a perambulator, and several other phenomena. All are visible parts of the universe,  therefore all are bits of consciousness.    Surely some public teachers are fools!  Now let us look at the other side of his definition. He says the "universe  invisible is consciousness."  I do not see Campbell, the City 1 emple. the Kaiser of Germany or the  Siberian salt mines. To me they are bits of the invisible universe, therefore  they are bits of consciousness.  I do not see magnetism, heat, sound, pain, or space. These surely are  bits of the invisible universe, and as such are bits of consciousness. Now let  me fairly set out Campbell's real position.    He says:    "God is the universe."  "God is power. Piat power is myself."     "The universe is consciousness."  All these are statements made by him.  Hence the following are logical conclusions.     Myself is. power, is God.    (CContinued on page ������>)  ���������AigSK THE WESTERN CALL, VANOOUVB R, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  He who runs may read  ���������r:s*r.ymwz3T'  copymOHT  IS* 'J.  "iK^^'i     v  ^H<7'.-  If his Eyesight is good  But may come to grief later if  he abuses or even neglects his  visual organs.  Headache and pain in the eyeball is caused chiefly by over-  straing the Cilary muscles and  can be cured by properly fitted  glasses. We test eyes and adjust lenses scientifically. Our  charges for glasses is moderate.  EAST OF US  ;NOT A CASE OF THEFT  Foxwarren, Man.���������Before "Magistrates O'Keefe and Laycock, Joseph  VVrigget was tried for stealing a pump,  the property of the Canadian Pacific  Railway company. The prosecution  called five witnesses, whl'e four testi-  !ied for the defence. It appears that  .Wrigget took the pump only to empty  his well of surface water and not with  the intention of depriving the railway  company of any of their property. The  ~ase was dismissed with all costs  against the prosecution.  V ^  EXPERT OPTICIAN  DRIVER INJURED AT COAL CREEK  Fernie. B. C���������Simon Ivy, employed  ���������at No. 5 mine. Coal Creel;, received  severe injuries yesterday. Ivy is a  digger and was placed driving in the  morning. The horse was a new one.  and turned around suddenly, knocking  Ivy down. The horse then started  drawing the loaded train across Ivy's  left hip, dislocating -it He also received severe injuries to the lower  portion of his leg.  REGINA, B. C, BISHOPRIC  Regina.���������The article inthe last issue  of the Central Catholic, with reference  to the "Regina bishopric, is taken here  to indicate very clearly that the German Catholics are making a strong bid  for the appointment of a German  bishop.. A local paper regards it as  equivalent to the announcement that  the appointment will go to Father Suf-  fa, the local parish priest. This, however, is not credited in the best informed circles. It is known that Archbishop Langevin strongly favors the  appointment of a French-Canadian,  but it is believed that the German  clergy are also pressing their claims.  It is possible that his grace's visit  here last week may have teen for the  purpose of reaching an agreement i;i  the matter.  HARROWING AND SEEDING  Alameda, Man.���������Quite a number of  the farmers in this district have started harrowing, and one started sowing  on the 14th. The land appears to be  drying up very fast, and if the present  spring-like weather continues seeding  will be general in another week.  143 Hastings, W.  2243 Westminster Ave.  Near Corner 7th  ������������riB^  This is where to buy your  | Groceries if you want every-  fresh with t good selection  to choose from,  Tttlfr   STORE  of   QUAT^rry  Phone 1360  *We save yon money'  SPRING OPENS IN ALBERTA  Holden, Alta���������The weather has been  ideal of late and the snow has practically all disappeared. Farmers are  busy discing and dragging their land  preparatory to seeding at once. This  is one of the most favored districts on  the G. T. P. and it is expected that  fully one thousand new settlers will  locate here this year.  OPPOSE GOVERNMENT BILL  Kfllarney. Man.���������At a meeting of  g,the Gr������in Growers' association held  ��������� J "here, the following resolution was  21 passed:  V j    "Whereas- at the Grain Growers' as-  VI sociation, held in Brandon last December, the government, through one of  Its ministers, promised to co-operate  with the farmers in creating a system  of put) He-owned, elevators;  "Arid wher^s' some .six hundred  delegates there assembled did unanimously vote for a system that should  be free from political control;  "And-whereas the bill the government has brought forward is directly  opposed to the wishes of the said convention;  "Therefore "be it resolved that we.  the members of the Killarney Grain  Growers' association, do approve of  the stand taken by our executive on  the government bill;  "And be it further resolved that we  urge our member to do his utmost  in  support of the bill submitted by   tjhe  executive of the Grain Growers'; asso^  f ciiation."  ROSS & THOMSON  146 BROADWAY, EAST      -      -      -  (Opposite No. 3 Fire Hall)  PHONE R 4485  PAPERHANGING, KALSOMING, PAINTING and  GLAZING DECORATING  Our Spring stock just arrived and selling at Winter Prices  4-%%%%%---%-%%--%-%%%-% %%^%^v%%%%%%%%%%%%% +1  Ring Up  f~^. The Acme Plumbing and Heating Co.  For estimates on plumbing  Hot Air or Water Heating Phone 5545  319 Broadway E. - Vancouver  I   J. M. Steves' Dairy-   1  g CORj. HORNBY c_AND DAVIE STS. |3  W Phono 8764 =3  ^ cAll all our r^Vlilk Certified and Inspected. 2  ^      BUTTER AND EGGS OUR SPECIALTY.     3  ���������  NEW BANKS FOR PRINCE ALBERT  Prince Albert, Sask.���������The Royal  bank will shortly open up a branch in  this city. The premises formerly occupied by T. J. Noble as a store have  been rented and will be used as temporary quarters, and it is expected  that the new banking institution will  be doing business here in less than  one month. It is understood that the  Standard Bank of Canada will also  open a branch here. Prince Albert, it  is claimed, is on the eve of a great  boom. The fact that so many railroads are expected in here during the  next year has created a great interest  and the citizens are most optimistic as  regards the future of this city.  r  UNION BANK OF  ^^CANaADA^^  A Branch of, this Bank has  been opened in Moment Pleasant  Temporary quarters have been  secured in the Muir Block corner  8th Ave. & Westminster Road,  where a general Banking business will be transacted.  MANAGER.  0  9)  Lethbridge, Alta.���������Lethbridge started a Y. M. C. A. campaign yesterday  and already nearly $25,000 has been  raised. Mrs. W. L. Thompson, of  Spring Coulee donated $10,000. P. L.  Naismith, general manager of the A.  R. & I. Co. is chairman of the campaign committee. An effort wil be  made to raise $50,000 in seven days.  'Our Market' NOW,������������������gF0R  please visit our store ^49 Westminster Ave.  H. N. CLEMENT, Proprietor ======���������  CHURCHES  Baptist  MT. PLEASANT   Baptist Chotch���������  Junction of Westminster Road and Want-  '' minster A venue-  Rev. S Evkbtos, 13. A.,'trustor.  2724W������Btminster Road.  Preaching Services���������11 a. m.  and 7:30  p. ni.    Sunday School at 2:i50 p.  m.  B. Y. P. U.���������Mondny, 8 p.m.  Methodist  MT. PLEASANT OHRCH.���������.  (Juniti  'l'finh i-.re. Hii'l  Ouiatio    ..  SMI vices���������Preaching at 11 a. m and at  7:00 p. in.      Sunday School aud Bible  Oluso at. 2 :30p. in.  Rev. J. P. Westman, Fastor.  'JarBon������):e 12.S Ktt;veiiUi avenue, wen.  Teie  Presbyterian  PHONE 15347  ^JNT. PLEASANT  Hyndman & Kirkpatrick  REAL ESTATE  Cor. Ninth and Wffstmioster Ave.  VANCOUVER, B. C.  J: L. Sterling, coal mine inspector  for Lethbridge district, has been appointed chief provincial mine inspector; succeeding Robert Livingstone,  who takes the place of W. D. L. Bardie as superintendent of the Gait  mines here.  P. Burns & Co. have purchased   the  Mackie. ranch and stock at Milk river.  Broadway Cash Grocery  Paying Cash means the LO WEST PRICES  220 BROADWAY, W.    -   -    VANCOUVER, B. C.  Company Mutt Build Bridget  The Alberta Railway & Irrigation  company lost its appeal against" the  Provincial Government before the supreme court of Alberta en banc and as  a result will have to build bridges  wherever its ditches crosa the road allowance. The case has been' before  the courts for some time and in an effort to settle whether the. company or  the government is responsible tor the  bridges. .     v\  BROADWAY BROKERAGE CO.  A. N. PeVAZ, Pro*  BROADWAY W., FORMER ftp AVENUE        -  vmii-A|i..|BBf'-A.T]Bfcr V ;.���������;.'-: ���������������������������:-;; ,; ,'VOANS ......   ...'.   .,   INSURANCE^  ���������m  Weyburn, Sask.���������WeyVurn h&d its  beginning as a wholesale and distributing centre yesterday when Cameron & Heap, wholesale grocers of Fort  William, Kenora and Regina acquired  from the town the property directly  southwest from the C. P. R. stati-i;  for the immediate erection of a large  distributing warehouse. Building operations will start next week upon a  three-storey solid" brickf building! "The  branch of the bnsiiess here will be  managed by R. M. Alexander, a member of the firm, and Weyburn wiil bf  headquarters for three travellers and  a 1 arge staff. Up to yesterday the  firm was undecided whether to locate  at Lethbrodge or Weyburn, but the  exceptional advantages of Weyburn  won for it the firm decision to locate  here.  Thornhi !, Man.���������A number of farmers in this vicinity have commenced  seeding and if the present warm wea-  Iher con'iiues seeding wiil be general  by the 24th.  PONT BE������������������ChllUY'���������������������������'���������  We have an excellent stock of STOVES���������the very best makei for  either cooking or heating- ? -i  STOVES  COAli ��������� WOOD - OIL  EVERYTHING IN THE HARDWARE MNE  PRCe DELIVERY PHONE 2S53  Cor. f 6tfi and Westminster Aves,  MT. PLEASANT Church���������  corner Ninth ave. ami Quebec ������l.  Sunhay Services���������Public worship ������t  11 a. iu and 7:00 p. 111 ; Suuday school  aud Bible Class at 2:80 p.  111.;    Mos  day���������Christian Endeavor at 8:00p. iu.  Wednesday���������Prayer Meeting at 8.00  p.  ui.   Ijkiday���������Choir practice.  Kev. J. W. W00D8IPB, M. A ,  Kei. 170 Ninth ave. W       Tel. H.mb.    PhsUW.  ��������� ���������--���������  WESTMINSTER Chui-ch���������  Cur. Weiteu and -jtilb.   on* block ���������������*'  <>f Wesuuiii.stei'Ave.  skrvicbs���������Suuduy J i :00 a. ni. aud Z-W  p. m     Sunday School :4:80.  Wednesday���������Prayer meetiug 8:00 p.m.  0 RBV. J. 11. CAMfRON, B. A.,  Residence������ or. Quebec- anil 2it>i. Ptuitor.  " AnoiitST  ST. MICHAELS���������  Comer 9th ave. and Prinze Kdward ������t.  .Skkvices���������Moruiug Prayer at 11 a tu.  and Evensong at 7:80 p. m. each Sau-  4ay. Holy Comnmuiou ou first aud  third Sundays iu each mourh after  Morniug Prayer, aud ou second aud  fourtu Suud������,���������������^ at ������:00 p. m. Sunday i . ; 18O p. in.   .  Kk\. ij. ix. *v 1L8     Rector.  Be'C'������orjf <Jnrm,rotuave and 1'ii       Kdward  l'������i������pbonc B17������������  CENTRAL BAP11ST CHURCH-   |  Curnei T������ntn Ave. and Lauiei nt.  sekvicks -Preaching  at   11 a.m.  ������ud  7:80 p m   Suuday School at 2.80 p.m.  Rev- P Cui ton Fakkkk, M. A  llth Ave. W  Latter Day Saints  Pastor.  REORGANIZED Ohurch of Chnm-  KIT Ninth avenue ea������t.  -  Sbrvices���������Every Sunday ev<*uing at 8  o'clock.   Sniiday sc'.iool at 7 o'clock.  Prayer Meetibg Wednesday at 8 p. 111  J.S. Kainey. Elder.  LODGES  Independent Or^er of Oddfellows  MX. PLEASANT Lodge No. It).  Meets every Tueudiy at 8 p. in,  in I. O. O. \f. Hall 'WeBM>iiust������r ave.,  Mt. Pleawiit.    -Sojourning brethren  cordially invited to attend.  X. Uauii'beli,   ���������oble Ur������U<l, AdPla.P'. O.  J. Dnnglac,-Vice Grand, sWJtli & Westr.  Thos Sbwkix. Rkj. Sec. i������i 7ii������ ave. t  Loval Oran��������������� Lodae  U  L"l  Tisdale. Sasl:.���������Steding has started  in several places and will be general  by the 24th, six weeks earlier thai-  last year.  Pierson, Jlau.���������Many of the farmers?  in this neighbarhood have commenced  plowing and disking and some seeding  has been done.  NEEPAWA CITIZEN  ILL  Word has been received from Nee-  nawa that James- Davison, a ivell-  known citizen and brother of a former  provincial treasurer, J. H. Pari sen,  has been stricken^- with paralysis and  his condition is serious.  McLEOD   FARMER   KILLED  McLedd. Alta.���������E. Russell, a farmer  , iving ten miles south of the town, lost  his 'i'e in a runaway. He was discing  on his farm with four hcrses and the  team ran away with him. While he  was trying to stop the horse? he was  thrown off the disc and was badly injured, dying in the hospital. Deceased  was a single man.  r  AiW>^WWVVWW^V^^W^^������A^^  jTOR f INE  Job-v- ^  Printing  -TRY ���������  Dean & Goard  !   - -  2408  Westminster Road  T. PLEASANT UO..U No. 1*4*.  Heet������ the 1 st and ������<���������  Thurwlay of  ���������^       each moutl   at ^ p. m , in  tlit-K. of P H il  All     vi������itii.([   Brethren  cordially welcome.  JohX Covii.lb, W. M.  :������> lath ave. vv.  i{|       N. E. Loihukeo, Secy  "ir>l7th ������ve.. w.  Independent Order foresters  eOUBT VANCOUVER No. 1828���������  Meet������ 2d and 4th Mondays of each  month at 8 p. m., in the Oddfellows'  Hall, Mt. Pleasant. ' Visiting breth-  eru always welcome  B. Parkins, Chief Rrngcr  M. J.Crkhan, Rec. Sec.  837 Prin<re>!>street, t'ity.  A. Penqelly, Fiuancial Secret.������ry.  237 Klevenih avenue cast.  PianoTuning  Expert Rjepair Work,  Factory Experience  Best References  W. J. GOARD.  Leave your orders at the Western Call  f  PHONE 1405  \  VvW>MWM^^^^T������W^^v������f^vVW������vV>  SEEDS  %  S. W. KEITH  Broadway and Westminster Road  Also large stock of  Garden Seeds  Lawn Grass  Poultry Supplies  V  &c.  J ��������� Vwl  Friday, April 1, 1910.  THS WESTERN CALL, VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  Ocean  v. ���������*.  ft"  a i  The finest panorama opens out to view  from this point.  Northwest the eye rests upon the Delta  country and Lulu Island, the farms, etc.,  which lie almost at water level, are spread'  out in full view. Beyond this, the tree-  lined Fraser flows to the sea,, and South  Vancouver height is seen, with the smoke  of Vancouver city rising from behind. Beyond again, Grouse Mountain and Bowen  Island bounds the view.  Westward/beyond the shimmering waters  of the Gulf, lie the islands of the Sound,  hind them all on clear days the magnificent  and behind them the backbone of Vancouver  Island. South and south-westward,: the  Sound stretches out in full view, with the  islands and mainland promintories, and be-  sweep of the Olympian Mountains in Washington territory.    v-  Eastward, the west slope of .the coastline  is overtopped and glorified by the snowclad  cone of Mount Baker.  Is of good quality and slopes gently from  the cliff upwards to the highest point of the  promintory, the flat top of which forms the  recreation ground reserve \ of the property.  So. gentle and uniform is the sweep of the  slope, keeping in line with the semi-circular  sea front of the property, that it.appears to.  have been made for the purpose in hand.  It is proposed to make this property, naturally so well situated for the purpose, into a  residential park on the Chataqua-principal.  This is the first attempt to meet the demand for a rallying place for Christian societies in their conventions and summer  schools, and cannot be duplicated for beauty  and surrounding conveniences, of grounds and  accessibility to all the Coast and Sound  cities and towns.  A program is in course of preparation for  the coming season.  Good clean athletics will be stimulated  and encouraged.  In order to improve tlie property, erect a  pavilion, and beautify the park, fifty per  cent, of the proceeds of the sale price of the  lots has been donated by the original holders,  together with a further donation by one of  the promoters of ten thousand dollars.  They have already transferred their full  rights and titles to trustees, who have, covenanted  to hold  the same in trust  for; the; ;  purpose for which it is intended.  The property has been subdivided, according to the plan shown in the folder, into two  parks for recreation and pavilion purposes,  together with suitable streets and 50-foot residential lots.  Proper safeguards have been made to prevent the alienation of any portion of this  property from the purposes as set forth above.  4,^^^>.,������J..,..������.^l.������.(ri.������...?..^.J.������..J.������.:>.������.>>-������-!^:i>-������������i>������,^������'������������*'-*-'S>  * ' ���������'������������������"���������''���������*���������-  i ���������      . ���������      ���������     y  !������        Groat     Maiuifaetnriiig,  Railway,    .<&  - <   <- v ���������   y  Lumber.  A$rrieultur;il and Comiiicr-    %  ���������"*������  cial Centre of Alberta. V  *  t * *  iiti Aimm}  fEDSONI  3\     EDSON will have great railroad systems. i  EDSON is 92H miles west of Winnipeg. T  *'     EDSON is !30 miles west of Edmonton. *  J     EDSON will be a Railroad Terminal. 4,  f     EDSON   will Ihe  a    Railroad    Divisional i  1             ���������nt- ������  ��������� EDSON wiil be a Rj.i'road Junction Point. *  t     EDSON is the gateway to the great Peace 4.  * River and Grande Prairie Districts i.  i with their thousands of square miles T  t of the world's great fertile agricul- '<������>  4������ tural lands. T(  <t. EDSON is in the heart of the fluest liard i  f             and sort coal districts in 'America. *  EDSON   is  in  the  midst of millions of 4.  acres of Canada's finest timber lands. |  EC*ON is near the Junction of McLeod |  and  Wolf Rivers. '?'  EDSON will have immense railroad ma- <$>  chine shops and roundhouses.              '  *  EDSON will have good schools, churches T  and all beneficial societies. 4*  EDSON  will be a factory city, and will ������������,  be  the   home  of  thousands  of me- i  chanftrs. *  EDSON  gives  yoa the opportunity that *  Vancouver.   Winnipeg,   Seattle and ������  Edmonton did a few years ago. Those i  who  accepted them  are among the <f*  wealthy now.   They did not get it by ������  thinking���������they acted. ���������  *  This Is Your  Opportunity  ARE  YOU GOING  TOTHINKORACT?  <i*  *S������  .#���������;>?���������.���������������%���������*��������������������������� u  ���������Xf+*h->*fyS'Xj* ������������������*'��������������������������������� &  WOMAN'S WORLD  Did it ever occur to you that along  with your pretty spring hat and new  tailored suit how you were still clinging to your old everyday gait? You  are very likely standing, sitting and  walking in.,a relaxed frame of mind  and bedy. This means drooled  shoulders, crouching in the chair  when you should be sitting, or pounding the heeis along if you are walking. Life is one long fight of doing  things that are difficult, so it takes  attention to keep the lungs rilled out;  the head held up, having, our backs  straight and the hips of the same  height. An old fashioned exercise of  walking about a room with a book  balanced on the head, is a simple and  effective practice in poise. Tue chin  should be held in and the weight  should rest on the balls of the feet.  A graceful, dignified carriage invariably means a gracious, self-controlled  woman, for when the head is up the  body ������������������revived :with\ good wholesome  air, a sort^of good feeling all around  permeates the body and petty annoyances assume, their proper places  It's impossible to be irritable when  one is comfortable;  ���������   *    *   .*  The bigger'the new hats are. the  more there is to get wet. Buy a  small.hat. and you will not- look so  bedraggled   in   the    sudden   showers.  * *   *  # A pretty blouse shown is made of  tucked vliiUidktTchief linen 7 with the  closing "iiiniiiug diagonally from arm-  hole tc a litt'e past the center* of the  front. Buttons were used and; the  usual frill. Hi is iinie of embroidery  flouncing, took away the sevei'e lines.  * * . *  Sleeves;V were never more alluring.  They may be of two or three materials and/ made in layers, as Viwhen  chiffon, embroidery or silk is combined with the; gown -������������������ material;. -The  elbow length is at the moment favored, that is, a break is made' in  the sleeve by a long cuff, or a break  is made by various methods in trimming. Skirts lor street wear show  the yoke stitched to hip depth, and  the plain -pleated .skirt usually has  a panel or some bauds or buttons to  make it look complicated. Queer  things, anyhow, are always interesting, even in skirts. Several of the  new   linen   cents   have   embroidered  bands of self-colored silk or floss,  with sometimes a metal thread among  the stitches. One smart tailor is using tiny pipings of some  bright col-  ,or in finishing these'costumes.  ���������*.**'���������'  A handsome blue cloth gown that  was recently shown has collar and  belt embroidered with rather coarse  silk in dull mat green, old gold and  red.  ."'���������������������������*   *   *  Collars continue dear���������only those  shown in the shops are so cheap���������  that it does not pay to make them.  The frills of net, lace, ribbon or  flouncing make, a dressed up finish to  the plainest of shirtwaists.   -  A few of the shops are showing  pale colored silk parasols with lin-  geria slips over matching the gown.  After all the smartest frocks in the  world are sometimes like the married men's wives���������one might continue  interested in therii if they were hot  ours. . <  NELL.  f������3������������^������������HK������������H������H*>^^  *  Wood you can BURN  ROYAL WOOD YARD  PHONE 1644     -    29 LAHSOOWME E. |,  Y Dry Fir            - - #3 00  ��������� Inside Fir - - 3 00  % Dry Cord wood - 3 75  \\, First Growth - - 3 75  <f> Second Growth - 3.50  %           (out auy length)  ��������� -  Factory Clippings  Half Dry Fir   -  Fir Slabs  Fir Edgiugs  Cedu   -  *3.00   %  2 25  2.00  1.73  1.75  SPECIAL PRICES FOR QUANTITIES  TERMS  CASH  ������(.>#^*>^>#<������&<������E*5m3������*&<^  I OAKLEY   HEATING   AND f  ��������� -. -  ': Currant Bun���������This is a Scotch recipe for currant bun: Two pounds currants, two pounds raisins, one-fourtli-  pound almonds, one-fourth pound candied orange peel, one ounce ginger,  one ounce cinnamon, one ounce allspice, four cups flour, one teaspoon  .baking powder. Stone raisins and mix  ^ithcurrants. Halve 7almonds ami;  slice orange peel. Sift flour and  spices. Mix all together with sweet  milk ino a si iff mixture.  Rolled Corn Beef���������Take a ilank  piece cf corn beef, make a dressing as  for turkey. Spread thickly over the  beef; roll tightly and; tie. Fold in a  thin cloth. Boil tender. Take iip. drain,  press .under a weight, slice cold. A  liarik piece can be rolled and tied and  boiled tender without dressing. Press  and slice cold. Garnish with curled  parsley and little pickles.    ....  Roast Beef Tongue-4-Gook one fresh-  beef tortgue--in salt water. Cook it until thoroughly done. Skin it. Grind  up peppercorns, clover and, ... allspice.  In' this roll thin, cut slices of bacon.  Lard the tongue with the bacon and  roast it with a mixture made of lemon  reel cut fine, cracker crumbs and butter. Roast until the bacon turns  brown.       .  SHEET METAL WORKS    t  T    Hot'Water Hearing n Specialty.  .���������.       Hot Air Furnaces���������All kinds  *     Cornice uiid Sheet Metal Work.  *!*���������.. '"  ,,-��������� 77.    42-45"  i  I   For the best CLEANING, PRES  Y      SING and ALTERING try  l: STARK'S   RENOVATORY  r<-  821 DAVIE STREET  .������-.*..���������-���������������.���������������*<.������..*.^**..*^..^..*uV*~*������*~;.^.;.^.*.q 1 Q.������~������..������>v������.^  GOODS CALLED FOR AX1������ DE- * r,  L1VEKKD ��������� >������  42-45   * . J  t  % Switches,   Pompadours,   Transformations,  ^���������^'^...-.viWigs^&c^.inayibeseenat  *  Madam Humphreys  at the LOWEST PRICES. ^  Toupees for gentlemen made at tne shortest  .,,.,    notice.  Hair  Ornaments,   Hair  Bands   in   large     I  variety.  7 Hair Dressing, Shamrjooihg, Manicuring,  ��������� Electrolysis- etc.) at    '"���������-���������":*������*;  I 723 PENDER ST., WEST  V-  i * ���������  \        Your opportunity  for a  wise iu-  \<f������  h    vestinent.         . "        .                            . T  j,        liny a  r.'cw of Uicse  lots and  lay *  k -  <?'    the-foiiiidiitioii-of'vour fortune.' V  I                                        "       l *  ���������.'.         ��������� *  f  -������������������'^���������������������������-^'������������������-'J"*���������5������-������-;J'-������-.j>-������-ii-������--|.-*-J������-*-(J>-������-rJi  and this advertisement  secures a Choice tot  i  1 f  i These lots are only divided from the Registered Townsite    *.  i  of Edson. Han 5'J14Zt. and the properly in which the great    <|>  i     shops, yards and machine houses will be situated, hy a fiG-    |,  T     foot street. 4.  * *  0  This coupon for advertisement ������nd $5.00 in cash is the first dayment of $10.00 on any  valuable lot in this property, whether brought to our office or *ent by mail.  I COUPON.  4> PjisIoffice address.  4    KDSON TOWNSITE CO., .  Cor. Hastings & Abbott. Vancouver. B. C.  Enclosed please find $5.00, which with this coupon, is to be the first payment  of $10.00 on one lot. which you are to select for me. I want a lot to cost about  $.  and am to have the best unsold at that  price.  I  i  I  ���������  *  *  ���������  Name in full.  Date.  *  *  i  *  *  *  i  *  *  ���������  ���������I'  t  A,  i  i  4'  &*^&>o^H*.������ym~fe^w**<%^'fyo*������>**&**+&'+^  Office Open  Every Night.  Cor. Hastings and Abbott  Phone 391.  Call at Office for  Maps and Particulars.  Pricesand  Terms  1. Upon full payment each purchaser  will receive a Torrens Title to his  lots, this being acknowledged the best  title in tbe world.  2. All choice lots. $00 to $190.  3. Cash payments of only $10 down and  $n per month. Special terms if desired.  4. NO INTEREST."  5. Discount of 10 per cent, on all full  cash payments.  6. In the event of th������; death of any pur-  chaser, his widow, children or legal  representative, will receive clear title,  without any further payment.  7. In the ev������������nt of sickness of any purchaser, no payment will be required  for four months.  S. Purchasers, upon payment of full purchase price. less discount, will immediately receive a clear transfer to  their lot from the registered owners.  this property being absolutely clear  of all liens or encumbrances.  OFFICIAL NOTICE, NO 1  If any   lots   in   our  subdivision   remain  unsold after April 15th. 19107 we guarantee to advance the  selling  price of each  lot 50 per cent.  Wire for Kescrvntioiis.  DO IT TO-DAY!  We will  hold  UMtil    your    nioucy  reudics 11s.  ������  ���������  +  t  *  *  i  ���������  ���������  *  *  *  I  ���������  I  t  +  i  f  t  t r i  ""jpr^^f ������**~  THE WESTERN CALL. VANCOUVER. BRITISH COLUMBIA.  Friday. April 171910  A FEW LENTEN SPECIALS  Salmon Bellies, each    -  Salt Mackerel, each  Salt Herring, each, dozen  Dry Salt Codfish, per lb.  15c.  25c.  35c.  10c.  Orange Bargain  Large, juicy, sun-kist Oranges, Kelly's Price  20 for25c.  Canned Salmon,  Spring Lobster,  Sardines, Clams,  Oysters, etc.  Saturday Special  CARNATION WHEAT FLAKES,  regular 20c packet,  Kelly's Price, 10c pkt.  This is the most up-to-date store in Mt. Pleasant���������The store where  you should buy.  G. S. KELLY  2333  Westminster Ave,  (Successor to Andrews & Nuim)  one 938  I mi"  mN every Friday at 24* WeM'r. W.  Plwiie 1*5  Subscription One Dollar  Change of Adds  f must be- in by Tuesday 5 p. m  is framed at Ottawa and will continue jproclty treaties of commerce does not ton Hreald, "if we imposed a 25 per  to be framed at Ottawo, aoe Washing- In fact or in principle involve, a d's  ton.   Front that position there will as- crimination against this "country.   In-  suredljr.be no receding whatever.  The problem which has arisen is  whether the Washington Government  shall, or shall not, take up "an advanced antagonistic attitude." That  problem is for the Washington Government to deal with. By the provisions of the Payne-Aldrich traiff  legislation, it rests with the President  to decide whether or not this country  comes under the operation of the maximum schedule in that legislation. If  the President decides that it does, no  Advertising Tariff  _=J|t andlast,pages_^e perinch  Other pages 25c per inch  transient Ads to arrange    for   legislative action at Washington will  lodge and Church Cards $10.00 j be necessary to bring the maximum  7 ner Vear 1dutice irrto operation against imports  Birth,   Marriages   and Deaths   'rem' this country���������which would mean,  ������free  MAINTAINING   OUR   COMMERCIAL  * INDEPENDENCE.  as the New York Times shows, "considerably more than double the present, average duties on dutiable goods  imported from Canada." But tbe  President and his advisers have divers  i������ dispatch, from    Washington  cubing   the .taiiS   situation   between jand' sundry   reasons  of great  weight  thisr country  and  the   1'nited   States. ���������  afte]f setting forth the serious reasons j  why President Taft ami Speaker Can-  noirfand the Republican  Party do not . comp!.eh(,nsiVeiy says:  want a "tariff war" with Canada, says!  -T The ground taken by Canada is fa  miliar  to  the  American  Government,  ! since it is precisely the ground, it has  itself   taken   in   tariff   disputes   with  and importance for being exceedingly  I averse to doing anything of tbe sort.  i  !    The New York Times, in a article  which    reviews    tlie whole    situation  that' "diplomatic resources v,i;l be exhausted in the effort to avert it," and  vi.ids up with the declaration that  "both Governments must eventually  recede from their advanced antagonistic positions so as to reach an amicable adjustment" ��������� a declaration  whi*h is singularly inept and discloses  a complete failure to understand the  real point at issue. So far as concerns  Canada, the question is simply one of  European Governments. It is that the  j tariff reductions made in a conrnierci'i'.  treaty cannot be regarded as favors to  the country receiving -them, but are  strictly reciprocal and are com^ensat-  deed, in view of the conditions prevailing in our trade with Canada, it  may reasonbly be held that to apply  the maximum tariff would itself be a  discrimination by the President against  his own people."  Says the Boston Herald:  "Xoth withstanding the construction  of the maximum and minimum schedules of the Payne-Aldrich tariff law,  the minimum schedules now in effect  are the general tariff law of this-country. The maximum schedules are a  penalty to be imposed for undue discrimination against our products. The  minimum schedules contain no concession to other countries from pre  viously established schedules and already have been extended to a larg*.  part of the world without concessions  in return. Canada's general tariff law  applies to 1't.ited Sstates products.  There is no direct discrimination  -gainst the United States. Preferential trade agreements exist with Gieat  Brit:, in, but these are exempted from  he ban of the maximum clause. A  reciprocity treaty'���������has been arranged  -.vith France and the duties thus established apply to a. number of othe:  nations entitled to most favored nation  treatment, by virtue of agreements  made with the Brr.ish Government  and now binding on the Dominion.  But it is fair to note  that  such con  cent additional duty on products  which for our own wefare should be  admitted free." And the conclusion  of the important Boston Journal is as  folows: 7  ii'"Specific reasons for freer trade re  lations with our northern neighbor?  might be given by the score. But th���������  general statement of the folly and thr  unfairness of precipitating a tariff war  by the imposition of the penal maxi  mum schedule is a sufficient reason,  which, backed by the public sentiment  of the United States on the:tariff ques-.  tion, no doubt will make j "> *������ffe'ctiv������  appeal to the Administration at Washington."  The "critical rn-lff satiation" is en  tire'y a made-ii-Wrisbinptriri sftiiaMm  It is a situn*i~n for Wa^bin^ton t"  <}c.pi vjth as Washington sees fit. Tbe  Canadian neopl*> have every desire tha<  the utmost friendliness should b*>  ���������vpi-itained between the two countries  in every respert: arc! nothing wh?t-  ������vpr *>as been done by Canfrta to i"1-  o?ir thp s-ocd retains which should  -ubsist betwe.enn eijhbors.  FOR  GALF���������i  lot on  Scon Srwt.  between i^tli !ind"i4th. * pplv Mr\  Clr-aror. 2SI4 Sophia Street. 4Ci-47  ed by correspondi:ig reductions extended by that country. Such reductions, it  is claimed  by Canada, and  the same  maintaining the commercial  indepen- doctri:ie has repeatedly leen asserted  by the United States, do cot make the  dence of this country.  The Dominion Government has not  taken up "an advanced antagonistic  position.'"    The present  situation has country on the same terras."  nation receiving them a favored nation  since they can  be had  by  any other  arisen not at all through any action  taken by Canada; it has been created  entirely at Washington, by the maxi-1  mum schedule provision of the Payne-  Aldrich tarifT. The only petition taken  by the Dominion Government is the  position which it has held all along  eince Sir Wilfred Laurier -announced  more than a decade ago that there  would be no more pilgrimages from  Ottawa tp Washington. That position  is. as tbe Free Press has previously explained  it, that the  tariff of Canada  After indicating how heavily this  country could hit back in the way of  retaliatory action, by imposing a surtax on imports from the United States  and by prohibiting the export of pulp-  wood and wood-pulp, the New York  Times concluding says:  "It does not seem that the President  would be straining his discretion if he  should decide that the adoption by  Canada cf the doctrine always maintained by the United States as to reel- to spite our face/' continues tbe Bos  cessions in taiiT as are made.by Canada to France are recompensed by  concessions on the part of France. It  is a reciprocal arrangement and there-  is no reason to doubt that if the United States were willing to make similarly reciprocal arrangements, i  would secure tbe same treatment accorded France. Although the lav  places the burden of proof on Canada,  and requires the Administration to be  satisfied that there is no undue discrimination, justice and fair dealing  6eem to place the burden of proof or  the United States, and require that  evidence of undue discrimination be  presented before a neighbor is penalized.*'  We should  be biting off our nose  j  FOR. SALE���������A mode?* ."-'roomed j  house on a corner on Eighth: below!  market price: near Bridge.���������FT.  FOR SALE���������A lot on Thirteenth;  $1900;   terms���������F8.  FOR SALE���������A corner on Twe"frh  evenue: 50x100; a snap; good.-, this  week���������F9.  SNAP���������A lot rear Jubilee station;  $275; ?100 cash.���������F10.  ROYAL CREAM BREAD  5 cents a Soaf������  The Sweetest Bread, sold only at our two stores  TtTTT T?AV A T    430 westminsttr ave.  1 XX������j   SX\J IHLj, Opposite City Hall  Opposite Gity  OADWAYand*  AVE., nt.Pleasant  THF*  "ROYAT   BROAOWAYam#Westminster  FOR  SALE ��������� A chance for quick,  turnover on a close-in lot; $586 cash.  ���������Fll.  FOR SALE���������The prettiest 6-room  bungalow- in Vancouver; |49W; view,  car, etc.���������Fl2.  FOR SALE���������I have 44 feet on Westminster avenue for 111,000; a gocd in-!  vestment.���������F6.  905 Davie St.  Phone 6265  VANCOUVER PURE MILK CO.  SMMWSSSS10SSSWSS9MWS>SWSSMSSSS^OWSSSSWSS<  Pure bottled Milk and Cream, from A. W.  Wards's Dairy  MATSQUI, B. C.  Prompt ottentton to special orders.  4S-4������ (Friday, April 1, 1910  THE WESTERN CALL, VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  Some Snaps  South Vancouver, 66 ft. on Winchester Avenue, a  few blocks off Fraser Avenue; $1100; this is  where the move is.   We have exclusive on this.  Nine Triple Corner, South Vancouver, District Lot  200, Block 30, on Knight Road; $1500.  ANOTHER SNAP. One lot in Block 7, District  Lot 721; $500.    Get in on this.  We have some exclusive buys oh 10th Ave. Don't  miss these. Come in and talk these over with us.  On acre in Bumaby on Pole Line Road; $900. The  next acre beside is subdiving into 33 ft. lots and  selling at $275 each.  Bratthwatte ������ Glass  Phone 6311 2127 Granville St.  \\Phl  ADDRESS ALL ENQUIRIES  =TO=  W.H.KELLY si  N flARtiET CLERK  *���������������������������������������������������������������������<>������������������������������������ **  To the Farmers.  |\    We! lire open to bay for cash all  lands of Local Home fed meats pro-  I1 viding the quality is of the best.  It    Please don't offer nsaoTtnJnjrelse.  'farmers agency ���������- crrv market  When in town don't forjre*  that the Globe Hotel is the  nearest Hotel to the Market.  . Thoroughly up-to-date and the  l) terras are reasonable.  STEVENS  f P yo������ latana ��������������� Camp or ������������������ ��������������� ��������� Vac*.  . Uoa Trip, nrntmbtr th������t tbt mcwih  an* nBmhU STBVKNS RtFU������. pav  TOL������ AMD SHOTGUNS arc mad* te  Sty IM and Modal* Miltabtc t������ avary**.  ������airamtat of the ahooter. Our BIPLES  AND SHOTGUNS atee poumtWTafc*.  Pywa" fcatafa, which man that th*  STSVKNS caa ha curia* te a Ttvak.  .Who* act aeM bj Lac*] Metcfctatt, *��������� (kla  CSnl *������ Lu>  ������t Cttafeg; k ii*.  PaccBoek ������T Ready  Kcfcwnc* fer pretest  and prapceth* shooters.  Ptoftjjely IlliKintcd sad tc-  plete with STEVENS File  Arm Inftmatloa.    Mailed  for * ctats la cuafs.  "GOM AND CllinWC"  {Dressed and Live Poultry  , sh Eggs.   Raspberries  led Currants and Cherries  ill direct from the farmer  [*������*���������������** Vmwoomrmr *���������������  Worn employ only White UU>-  |kr. They are daily on the  liarket with a choiee display  T vegetables.   Free delivery.  f Jf you Can't Cox Telephone  i������ur orders,     -v   '.  i������������������f ������>���������������������������������������>������������  COOiC <fe ROSS  km REMAW.E AUCTIONEERS  Sell all kinds of Live Stock on the \  City Market every Saturday      ]  at 10 a.m.  14*4*444*4*  \Wken we advertise Cream at 10c  \r can everyone thoughtwe 'had  IWJfc Rock bMtom. But look! we  le now selling 3 Cans for 25c every  \n gauranteed.  S. T. WALLACE k Co.  will be Billed to ������nr aoV  diets let m> ceats ia Uaavs.  J. STEVENS AIMS  * TOOL CO.  r.o. it* an  0.1 A.  CUT FLOWERS  AND POT PLANTS  in great variety.  F. FATKJN  The flowers that blooai in tlie  Spring are ouJy r h* fortrunufrs of the  e������Wnus rtififildt' 'tb������f. wtnes iar������r.  Make your ho*tie cheery by giving  us an order ou Saturday.  thc Harriet i%qiiists~  Laos? Set  Take notice that I, W. J. Paseoe, of  Vancouver. Ii. C. .ocouratitm Broker, in-  i>n<l to apply for perrai ^sion to purchase  the  following  described   lnnd<:���������  . Commencing at a po������t planted *t the  X������rtli-we������t corner of I>i.������trict Lot Hbb,  'in the Ka������t shore of Howe Sound, thence  Ka--t 20-chuiiiK: thence North 4*> chains;  thence East 2* chains-: thence North 40  chains: thence V'e-t 20 chains, more or  less, to the ���������--hore line: thence. Southwesterly.  foHowlnjc the meander of said  ;liore line.- SO chains, more or less, to  point, of- '���������on-.nrcT������ment, tOEtainijxg 160  acres, more or lesa.  WILLIAM JOHN PASCOE.  February 4th, 1810.  HOUSEHOLD HINTS  * The white of an egg, slightly beaten,  and the crushed shell of an egg is  enough to clarify a quart of strained  soup. Stir the soup constantly after  adding the egg and shell, let it bci!  hard for a few minutes, set on the  backj of. the range to settle, and then  strain.  When it is desired to carry a candle  into a drafty cellar or    attic    where  there is danger of it blowing out or  setting  the  clothes  on  fire,    a  short  candle should be placed in a tumbler,  being fastened there by its own wax.  It will then burn steadily and safely.  Bananas are rarely found    in-   this  country ripe enough to be digestible.  although  they may  be  perfectly  yel-  ow.   To properly ripen them so that  hey   v,i 1   be excellent food, buy    a  bunch and hang it up in a dry place  with the stem in water.   In   a   few  days it will be much improved.  A piquant salad dressing may be  made of sour milk or cream. Take the  yolk of a hard-boiled. egg and rub it  mtil it is quite smooth. Then add  lalf a cupful of sour cream and a ta-  ���������jlespoonful of vinegar with sufficient  :alt, pepper and sugar to overcome  .ny unpleasant taste of the cream.  To make beeswax, place the honey-  oomb in a coarse muslin bag and put  n a small stone to weight the consents. Put into a kettle, cover with  >vater and boil. The wax comes to the  op of the water and the sediment re  uiainy at the bottom of the kettle.  When he water is allowed to cool, the  wax form a solid cake.  Before winter clothes are pat away  he skirts should be most    carefully  crushed and cleaned, for if dust ana  msifhtly spots are allowed to remain  u them for several months they will  erlously injure the fabric.   It is much  more difficult to clean garments after  .hey have been stored than before.  White Fruit Cake���������One cup buttei  creamed, one and one-half cups sugar,  three eggs beaten light, one cup milk  four cups flour, one cup raisins, one  cup currants, one cup sliced candied  onwge peel, one saltspoon salt, one.  teaspoon soda, two teaspoons   cream  tartar, one teaspoon almond, one-half  teaspoon   lemon.    Bake  one  hour  in  slow oven.    This  recipe is  for    two  large loaves'.   Wrapped ia wax paper  it will keep a long time.  Nut>.Meat Loaf���������One-half cup chopped or ground pecans, the same ot  walnut meats, one cup dried bread oi  cracker crumbs, one egg is required,  two is an improvement. One tablespoon melted butter. Wet the crumb*  with milk and as the crumbs soak adc  ���������nore milk if necesary. It should be s  ittle too thick to run. Butter well i  small bread pan. Turn iu the mixture  after stirring well and ���������cover with dot*  >f butter. Bake in a roasting oven t>  half hour. Cut in slices and serve hot  "or next day fry slices and cover witl  thickened and strained juice from i  can of tomatoes. Sliced cold anij  served with creamed potatoes maket-  a good combination. All walnut meats  makes the roast a trifle dry, but can  be used if pecans are too expensive.  CANADIAN AND GENERAL  Sixty prominent Pittsburg citizens  have been, warned by the district attorney's office to appear in court and  confess their connections with the  charges of graft made against members of the city council on penalty of  being prosecuted.  Brakeman Campbell and Fireman  Ford weie killed when a C.P. R. engine plunged off a bridge into Goat  river, in the Crow's Nest Pass. Engineer Carson was fatally Injured and  is dying in the Nelson Hospital.  Engineer Connely, of St. Paul, and  Baggageman Smith, of Minneapolis,  were killed when the Winnipeg flier  on the Great Northern was derailed  Sunday afternoon near Roger, Minn.  Fourteen passengers were injured but  none seriously.  The railway commission has overruled the objection of the eastern publishers against the new tariff submitted by tbe telegraphic companies. The  ruling declares the fiat-rate basis to be  ;t violation of the Railway act and it  therefore must be abandoned.  Engineer Attwood of the Hudson's  lay & Pacific Railway company, in an  interview  at Prince Rupert, declares  bat survey work will be commenced  v.t once and that    construction    will  eminence in the near future.  The elevator committe of the Grain  Growers' aasociaii-.n, at a meeting appointed a committee of three to confer  . ith the government as to the details  >t the public elevator scheme.  It was announced in the House   ol'  'ommons-at Ottawa that the   militia  epartment would purchase a new rifle  ange in close proximity to the city of  Winnipeg.  v Colonel Ruttan was presented with  his portrait in oils bythe city engineer's department of which he has been  the bead for 25 years.  fcor LAYING  FOWL and  I-H1CKENS call  L. Walker  Gity Market  ���������    .   ./     . NOTICE.  Take notice that 1. Wm. James An-  naud. of Vancouver. B. C, occupation  Uroker, intend to apply for permission  to purchase ihe folowing described  :ands:���������  Commencing at a post planted at ov  tear the North-east corner of Lot 2130:  hen.'-e North i>0 chains moie or less.  oiGwing the Westerly boundary of Loi  $12; thence 40 chains, more or less,  vVest, on the Southerly . boundary of  Vbt 1'i'tS; thence ">0 chains, more or  less: South, to North boundary of Lot  _'l30: thence -10 chains, mote or less,  da si to point of commencement, con-  'ajning oi;e hundred and eighty (ISO)  teres   more or less.  WILLIAM   JAMES  ANNANL).  Dated this ISth ouy of February, ]910.  Iprays, Pumps. Harvesting (^Machines,  >ueB������es, in fact every- tool reuuired on  the Farm can tc purchased at the  falworlh Rolston Stores  WESTMINSTER  AVEKUB  NRAR THE MARKFT  Choice Butter and fresh Eggs  \ all we handle.   Ask any of  regular customers at the  Hrket   They will tell you our  ek never varies and our sales  on increasing.  VANS sf MORRISON  choicest display of Vegetables  er sees ������ Vaacoaver at less thai  ItaiaiaNM'i prkes ami we e*pl������y  mIy wMte laker.  [in fuenrer htmi osraas  G Claw. Proprietor  STEVENS  Tbe Boys who KNOW, all say���������  WitWt a STEVENS FAVORITE."  We hear from an army of live, wideawake American Boys every morning, requesting our 160 Pag*, illustrated Firearm Catalog.  Why don't YOU eend for a copy?  Hailed for 6 centa in atasopa. Irfsarn  an about the famous  STEVENS  RIFLES, SHOTGUNS  PISTOLS, FIREARM  ACCESSORIES, ETC  *������   Iftou cannot otttln STEVE5S  AKM'S *uji your deller, let us  (Bow, mod ve will  ship direct. e������p������es������  /reptld. upo3 Rccipt  r catalog prtce.  THE   MAftCM HOD  AND GUN  Snow Traite; a-story of a - prot'essiom"  al man spending some weeks trapping  with an  Indian Jn the Canadian backwoods, is tie  leading  feature of the  March issue of Rod and Gun In"Canada, publish**! by \V. J. Taylor. Wood  stock, Ont_ BiU\ one  that   no   sports  man should miss.   Stories galore have  Ijeen  wiitten  of experiences    in    tin  backwoods in -summer and fall, but no;  oo many genuine instances of person  -.1  experiences l)y outsiders,    in    the  voeds in   winte'r have  been 'given   t(  he   worid.   ..Mr.  Aner's   narrative    i>  ull of interest and demonstrates    thf  leatth  an.i  pleasure to    be    ohtainer  rom a vinir to the winter woods.   Tc  enetrate   too   far is.   as   t!-e    airthoi  ays. only for the slrontr. but there an  ew cast's  which -would  not  be  bene  tited   from  following  the  a.iitlior's   ad  vice   and   example.     Tbe   time   ma\  ���������ome  when   winter  visi'oi-s   will   onlj  ���������ank second in numbers to those en  Twenty persons were injured, a  number of them seriously, when a Soo  passenger train was wrecked at. lijs-  ������6r������k;viN6rWiBakbt������ ^ftie accident  was caused by a wheel of the smoking  ear becoming loose.  Almond Icing���������Almond Icing on  Ahite cake is delicious. First blanck  sweet almonds and pound them to a  i>aste. A finer paste is made by adding the granulated sugar during the  pounding. .Make a boiled fondant, al-  .ow it to cool slightly then pour it over  he beaten white of one egg. To this  add a teaspoonful of rose water and  ; he blanched almonds. Spread it be  tween layers and on top and ice the  sides of the cake.  F.  D.  Poole has been visiting Winnipeg.  ."How old are you, my dear?"  7'Eight  at  hoiue:   seven  and  a  half  when  I go by  train, and  six when  I  go out with mamma."  PLUCKY   RESCUE   OF    CREW   OF  SINKING SHIP IN MEDITERRANEAN.  (From our own correspondent.)  An incident, which is a splendid illustration   of that  peculiar  pluck   for  which British seamen are noted, happened  recently in  the  Mediterranean,  when Caj)t. Percy Harraclough. master  of the  SS. .le.ssie of Hartlepool,  succeeded   in   rescuing   the   crew  of   the  Kingswell of Newcastle,    which    was  completely  wrecked  and   rapidly sink-  ,ing. her fires having been washed out  hours   previous.     Tlie   Kingswell   was  en  route from tlie Grecian Islands to  Middlesbrough   with   a   cargo   of  iron  ���������>re, and struck a succession of heavy  ;a!es and sprung a leak and was in a  iriiiv lamentable condition.    The lire:--  extinguished   and   machinery   out   of  'oying summer outings.    Tlie  <liffieu'  j busir.e-;;.  lh-������  crew   were  endeavoring  0 keep her afloat by baling with buckets, but the vessel was about to sink  ies of prospecting trips  in  Northen  British Columbia are well brought out  n the story of a Wi d Goose Chase b>  Air. F. Bullock-Webster. The experi-  3nces gained by fire ranging for.twr  summers in the Metagami Forest Re  when Capt. Harraclough and the Jessie, having seen the distress signals,  arrived. A boat was immediately lowered and after a fearful struggle with  serve are told in an interesting style |-.he tremendous sea. running, succeed-  by Mr. H. W. Lyons. These are sup- j ed in getting a part of the crew of  plemented by a full list of contents.! the i':l-fated vessel. In the meantime  dealing with big game hunting, wood-j a boat from the sinking ship put off to  cock shooting, fishing, protective | "he Jessie, but was swamped and all  work, mountaineering, and kindred 1 votild have neen lost bad it not been  subjects, the whole bringing with it | 'or the gallant efforts of the brave  he whiffs of the woodiar.ds :n very J -rew of the Jessie, who did not hesi-  full measure and largely accounting j *ate to risk their lives aeain and  :"or the widespread influence tbe maga-j finally succeeded in saving the whole  zine has gained amongst the sports-1 ������rew. Great credU is due to Capt.  men on both sides of tbe border. j harraclough   and   his  brave  crew   for  j-b:ls rescue. It is worthy of note that   itbis was the captain's first voyage as  "So he has lost faith in deep breath- j master. Capt. Barraclough is a  ing?' x inepbfw of  Mr. and  Mrs. Geo. Glover  "Yes; it wouldn't keep bib hair from1,of yt. Pleasant, and a cousin of Mrs.  Cash Grocery  326 and 328 EARRAL ST.  milB 55W-55*  Clark's Big Specials  AND  Friday ind Saturday  Choice Dairy Butter  25c  -2000 lbs. of choice No.  2 dairy butter oc sale  Friday and Saturday at  this special wholesale  price. Lay in your supply to-morrow.  A Big Clean-up in  POLISHES  Friday and Saturday  ���������Combination tan shoe dressing; regular 26c....... 15c  ���������Combination tan shoe dressing; regular 25c a bottle;  Friday and Saturday 15c  ���������Silver Polish; regular 25c a  bottle; Friday and Saturday    15c  ���������Shoe Polish; regular 15c. a  tin;   Friday  and ��������� Saturday,  2  Ior   ������������������ ������������������������������������������������������������������������ ���������������������������*��������� ��������������������������� ��������� ������������������������������������ i������c  ���������Store Blacking; .regular 15c a  tin; Friday and Saturday, 2  for ..:..15c  PICNIC HAMS  AT 17c  ���������2000 lbs. of choice and plump  picnic hams, best No. 1 quality;  Friday and Saturday. 17c  "EMPRESS"  MANUFACTURING  co/8 goods; par  EXCELLENCE  ���������We have a full line of  these    popular    goods;  they     are    particularly  , noted   for   purity;   our  7 ? prices    the   iowest "'"lif  7 town:-.  ���������Spices, per pkge....10c  ���������Coffee, per lb.......40c  CLARK'S FAMOUS  PRESERVE BARGAINS  ARE THE TALK  OF  THE  TOWN   ,  ���������Plums, citrons, Lawton berries, done up in heavy syrup;  2 full pound tins; Friday and  Saturday, 3 for. 25c  ���������Pears, strawberries, gooseberries and pitted cherries; full  natural flavored fruit in heavy  syrup; regular 25c for 2-lb.  tins; Friday and Saturday, 2  for    25c  "ROYAL CROWTN"  GOODS ARE  THE BEST  ���������No    better    goods    are  made.   You get full value  and  best quality  in  ..^every deal: ^;_^  "Royal    Crown"    Soap,  per carton 25c  '.' "Royal   Crown"   Lye,   3  tins for  25c  "Golden West" Washing  Powder, pkge  ...... 25c  OVER 66 YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  ATENTS  Trade Marks  Cretans  Copyrights Le.  JlayMW MB Ang ��������� skateh mnd dMeripUaa may  Quickly aaewtain oar opinion CM* wMfcar as  l:i*cnHon hi wobafclr mMmUMc. CowiPlem.  ttoruftrtoUyeon:  umUHtujpiRjMPauiUi  rent trm. OMtat anocr ft)r mmrmmudu.  Patents taken tSroach Man *Mfmlft  ipteW mMM. wtthoatihatit. mtM  Sckifific flscrkan.  A tandaooMtr lltaitiatetf w**U<rt ImMt cir.  culiuloa of aar tu^euiiCn Juiitnal. lcruu for  Canada, $MS a yew. PM*a������������ anaaid. bold bj  all wnwlM.  MOUJT  PLE^SXNT  NEW CrENB  KAL REPAIR SHOP  2525| Westmiu6ter Avenue.  Kicycles, Sewing ifnrhtne*. Babr Car-  riajie������, Wringer*. Gaiw, Keyi' etc  Lawnmowen and Saws sharpened.  ALL WORK GUARANTEED  C. C. PILKY  41-44  ������i������i������i������i������t������i������i*n-i*:*i>; ti  ?  !  T  % 633 PENDER STREET, WEST. ������  Phone 1S06 f  V  LOUGHEED ft COATES  GENERAL BROKERS  ;: IEAL ESTATE AM IWIHANCE  Baths, Massage, Magnetic; Electric face and scalp treatments  by Scientific Masseuse.  BOO GRANVILLE ST.  We are always open to huufirtit  ; clam Hay atii Oat* and ww*y������  leased to ������wofe   srk*������.   MNr  for wssmto  BARGAINS YOU  CANNOT AFFORD  TO MISS  ���������Fine juicy navel oranges. 15  for 25c  ���������Highly perfumed toilet soap,  10 for 25c  ���������"Sterling" Pickles; regular  20c  for    10c  ���������Sauer  Kraut, 4 lbs. for   ..25c  ��������� Popham's & Ramsay's Soda  Biscuits,   per  tin 25c  ���������Carr's  Biscuits, 2 lbs. for 35c  ���������H. P. Sauce, a delicious flavoring for meats, fish, game,  etc 25c  Ltwnmowers sharpened and repaired���������A verage price 50c.  Pilky's Repair Shop  2525   Westminster Ave.  wmmamm"  JNO. JAChSOM  Scientific Chiropodist  Corns removed without pain.  Hours 9 to ti���������Sundays and cren-   ing* bv :ipptjintineut.. ���������.____  Phone 33.~.1  Office Suite 305 Loo-Block.  7 40-43  SOUPS���������10c  for  5c  ���������Sjiecial sa  e of  :.(������(��������� tins  of    choice  soiijis;     all  ready lor  use;  bouillon.  vegetable  sou i  s:    regu-  lar 10c a ti  n; F:  idav ami  Saturday .  .....  ......5c.  falling out."  i 'Aid.) H. H. Stereos.  i  "GOLD BOND" TEA  AND COFFEE IS THE  WINNING   TEAM  ���������Our tremendously increased  sales of our popular "Gold  Bond" Tea and Coffee  speaks wonders for its superior quality and exceeding great  value: it's better than the best  5('c grades; Clark's Special,  3 lbs. for 1.00  Clark's  Cash Grocery  THE  itl  Estate Comp'ny  2339 WESTMINSTER AVENUE  Mt. Pleasant  -   Vancouver  Westminster Road  First class restaurant  doing good business;  room for extension;  six rooms for boarders  $1200: cash $750.  South vanconver Lolc  From$300;   Easy.  Lyadea Park. N. Vancouver  Near Second Narrows  Bridge; $275 for ������  acre blocks.' Investigate.  Exaaiae oar Liets.    Choice of  Hudreds.  NOW IS THE TIME  The Elite Realty Co.  Wl    foMntfr wpcttpv pat.t, VANCOUVER  BRITISH COLUMBIA.  Friday, April 1, 19101  >.#���������', '^������������������^���������������������������{^������������K*l������>������* I  *  *l>  i  iifrS"^^ ���������"'"*'  7 :'���������' "V  *������>  P^&Vv-''--  ���������  *  K^rlS*^ '-'"i  '  .'��������� ���������'  ������~*  &  K3k w** " -���������"��������� -' ���������    ���������"; -"'  Pfcfe^:':;:--.7.---;  *  M^^^'**. ''"'y ���������-'-.'-  *  llpM'''-*,  ���������  Sli^iii.-'VY'..-"'.'-  ���������  Fgp^'^V*. ��������� '  *?>  KSTafi'-'^'-'* "---'.  o  H^-r:.-;  ntiS^" '  ���������  raiF*-'"''"-  ���������t->  t  H^^r'"'-"  '*������*  rfiEtf'*1 ���������*���������'  ���������  '-Sffilf'* "���������  "'          ���������  ~o  '*.-������,  ���������  X-  ;.v  *  .?   '  *  i  ���������'  *  ��������� *  *  Owner Must  Sacrifice  This House  on Fourteenth Avenue, East, Mt.  Pleasant.  Our instructions are to sell and  sell quickly even at a loss.  The house has seven rooms,  thoroughly modern. ;  The lot is 33xiS2 feet on lane  corner, situated high, and dry, with  .fine view.  41 I  IMDMINSTER  LLOYDMINSTER HAS A RECOKD  (Continued from page 1*  Claims to  Seed  *  *  *  *  41  Have Won M^.re Prizes  Fairs than Any Other  District.  At  i  r'Ai  The price has been forced down  to,$3950. \ '<  And terms to arrange.  Let us show iyou, this for a  good buy. J     '  Lloydminster.   Sask..    11 arch    15.��������� I  Lloydminster district is one of the lat-!  est  examples of  r  ecoid  making.    It;  churns the record, this year, of having j  won   more  prizes  at  seed  grain  fairs |  than anv other one district in either of i  the provinces of Saskatchewan or Al- j  berta.   It further claims ihe record for I  having won   more  prizes in  grain    in  one year at provincial seed grain fairs j  than  have ever before  been  won.   in !  any one year by any place or district j  'f'lin either of these two provinces.  This  vjis a very strong claim  but it  can  be  *,  substantiated.     As   Lloydminster   district  is  divided   by  the   fourth  initial  meridian, it is, as a consequence, partly in the province of Alberta and partly in Saskatchewan.    In this way it is  <?  entitled  to enter all the competitions  ������i������!iii   farm   products  held   in   Edmonton.  J, ithe capital of Alberta, and in Retina.  fj the capital    of  Saskatchewan.    Many  '    prize's  have been   won   by the   Lloydminster  district in  standing  feds  o'  grain, and   Smith  &    Rac'r.uua    have i  i  just added another to the long :isi woi.  by their farm, by taking at the Brandon fsir the second prize for Prestoi  wheat in 'a competition open to any  variety, their exhibit (t>(J lbs.i only  missing first prize by a half print, the  scores being 91Va -first prize, 91 second. In these seed-grain fairs- there  are hundreds of districts competing,  many of them with experience of  twenty years' forming, and . districts  where the farms are ten to one compared to Lloydminster district, which  was only settled six y ears ago. It is  a" marvelous record this district has  made for grain production and a  matchless one in a period of time si  brief.  PROF. ODIUM'S CRITICISM ON THE  "NEW THEOLOGY'  IV CANPKLL 6F "THE CITY TEMPIT  City Telephones 514  and 2855  Eburne Telephone 24  i  *  f  *  *  *v  ���������#���������  i  *  *  i  Successors to Lceson-Phillips Co.  ������������������.:  '<,������>������������������  i  ;������������������'  : s  ������  ���������  ���������  i|t-i -Vi . ft>>. mi a i^i ���������> ft ���������iC"*'0'*'C"* '21 9'r;'.'^1'* V ^'W* ~'^ * -f--1 * r*' * '-'- *''-"' ''C1 *'0 >'0'*''t' *'Qiai <Zl <' J *'C'  ' .Chief Engineer Armstrong has returned fromt he Pass and states that a  splendid line has been located for th������  Hudson's Bay railroad.  Liberals from every part'of .Manitoba will meet in Winnipeg on April to  select a leader and discuss the party  platform.  -.-.'Charles   11.  Cranston, a   well-known  Winnipeg druggist, died at his home.  The. pQ'ice are taking action to suppress two objectionable newspapers  published in Winnipeg, The.manage:  of one of these has   been arrested.  75 feet by 90 feet on the  o  Corner of Eighth and Quebec  A Splendid site for an Apartment House  The cheapest buy in the whole neighborhood  Only $14,000   -   Easy terms  H.11.  317 ft*  Hiii  Vancouver  is consciousness, is the universe, and is Campbell.    Ah!!      Alas!      Yea,  verily!     Rather verily nay! . %       .   ���������  On page 32 he says the following: "I shall not cease to be I, nor  you to be you." Wonderful! He says the universe is god. Where then  :an come in "I" or "You"? But as myself is God and all is God, it must  follow that you and I are one.  But let me quote more fully: "I shall not cease to be I, nor you to be  you; but there must be a region of experience where we shall find that you  and I are one." Must there? Nonsense! "I being I and you being you  without ceasing;" and "You and I be;ng one" may be all right for words,  for speculation and for mental acrobatic tomfoolrics. but no good for every  day ordinary sense. Is a man sane, ar.d if sane, is he honest, who so juggles  with words and human minds? And the City Temple pays Campbell a big  salary.  On page 34 we find t'irse words: "The spirit we can neither make nor  mare, for it is at ence our being and Cod's being." Here is pure pantheism,  dogmatism, and loiromachic foolism.  What an idiol a man must be who preaches, teaches" and blatheratcs  '.limself hoarse to make men and women better, while he tells them "ive can  either make nor mar the spirit!" ~.-. ��������� ���������  If no man can mar his spirit, or mar; the spirit, of another, and if we  >y no means can improve or make the spirit, why in the name of folly and  visdem prate about these things? A man who so prates is dishonest and a  hief. He in the name of religion steals the money" of those who imagine he  s honest, and at heart a������������������Christian.    There are monstrous quacks!'  These  "New  Theology"  blatherskites  are the curse of students  and  hinke'rs of the present age.    They manage to clothe;their ideas and follies in  ine language, with  a considerable admixture  of'Bible  quotations, and of  modern Christian phrases.    In this way they gull the unthinking, silly public.  Since we can "neither make nor mar" self, smcc self is Cod, what good on  arth or in the City Temple; or in his New Theology, or, in his mad ravings,  s there in Campbell's vapourings? 7. ;  He may say, and his admirers may join in saying:    Odium does not  understand Campbell, does not grasp his meaning.    So let him!    Soviet them.  [ do understand the English language perfectly, and I understand Campbell  as well as he understands himself, making his book the index to his meaning.  When he tells me he is Cod, I sav he is a fopL   Perhaps he .won't admit  this!    If so, I could quite understand him, even then. ,77f77:;"7V  On page 34 he says:    "We are here to grow the soul," ancf7bn-the  ame page he says the soul is "consciousness."     Therefore' i������e are :fteife7to  rpT������ consciousness.    But on a preceding page he informs us that the universe  > consciousness.    Therefore we are here to grow the universe.    Bosh!    And  He, Campbell, who says we can neither make nor mar the spirit which is I,  Giod, consciousness, the universe, says we are here to grow thesbuK  Utterly meaningless statements! And yet the City Temple feeds nim,  pplauds him. Yea, worships him! Ard why should they not.worship him?  le says he is god; and they seem to believe him.  Page 35: "Pantheism is a Fate-God, a god imprisoned in His uni-  erse." Not so! This is Fatalism pure and simple. The teaching of  ^antheism is that God is the universe; rot that he is "imprisoned in the uni  erse." Two very different teachings. In one teaching, God and the universe  \re two separate things; in the other, Go;l is the universe only one thine, being.  r existence. The author of The New Theology does not understand  Pantheism, his pet fettish!  Page 35. "God is my deeper F������lf." Surely my deeper .self is "my  sal se If. Therefore God is my real self. . God is I in simple terrhs/ Sam?  Id pantheism! And when Campbell snys he is God, he means he is IT, and  is whole line of life, of late, proves he has. a sort of notion that he is mort  han earthborn man.    He is no "worm" at ail events.  On pa������re 42 we read:    "The diffr ence between finite and infinite is not}  vrr--'"     ^osh!     I* the finite be district from the infinite now, then it is  eternally distinct!    If at any moment, in all time, it is not distinct then never  '���������stinct.    A cubic inch of space, if now distinct from space, is eternally so!  Tf not now, never so.    A straight line ������~n inch long, if distinct now from an  nfinite straight line, is eternally so; if not now, never so..' ��������� .  {f a second of time be distinct from all time, then ever so; if not now,  never so.  S** in "������"ieral:     If nnv finite be   tow. or ever,  distinct from the corresponding infinite then it is always distinct; if not now. then never distinct.  Finally, in abstract and absolute terms, if finite- be at any moment district from infinite, then eternally so; and if not now, then never so.  Campbell  talks  incomprehensible   rubbish,   and  shows  himself  utterly  unfit to write upon any great and impo'tant subject.    Look at the following  -���������onsense:    He saysj on page 43:   -'Evil is- a negative, term. ��������� It denotes the  bsence rather than the presence of some thing."    Ignorance, folly or dishonesty in this crude, false statement.  I presume he would say evil is th'- absence of goodness. And in turn  T would say goodness is the absence of evil.  Love is the absence of hate and hate is the absence of love.  Crookedness is the absence of strai^htness and straightness, is the absence  of crookedness.    Wonderfully clever!    Is crooked a negative term?    Not so!  Therr are as positive dualities in the crooked as in the straight.  What is a straight line?    One that is not crooked.    And what is a  rooked line?     Why,  one that is not rtraight.     This is a "negative term"  lefinition that ought to suit even Campbell!    Any ordinary school boy knows  'hat the negative belongs as much to any one thing or state as its antithesis.  All that is negative to one thing or state is positive to its antithesis. In  his s������"������e evil is negative, as also is eoi Jncss its antithesis.  Page 44:     "Evil is not being good.    Good is being."    Word jupgling  ere!    "A" murders "B" to ������t his mr.ney.    The murder act is "evil." and  therefore, it is "not-being."    If this ill>rtration suit not. let Campbell or one  f his admirers give a suitable concrete ������xample of evil.    Perhaps he would  -ay he cannot do so, because evil is "no-being," i.e.. non-being, non-existent,  nothing.    Why, then, does he spend his l:me talking about nothing?  The murderer does not perform an evil act if evil be not-being, nonexistent. He may juggle the City Temple, which seems to be composed of  rvord-ivorshippers.  Asrain. on page 44: "Infinity! alne can know nothing of evil." My  ;nk bottle knows nothing of evil. Is it therefore, infinity���������or rather a very  finite thins? When did infinity) tell Campbell that it is ignorant of evil?  Whirh infinity? Infinity of space, of time, distance, matter, force. Mind, or  absolute infinity? Which one of all these ever informed Campbell that ii  slone was ignorant of evil? Now, as per Campbell, if the infinite of space be  ignorant, the infinite of time is cognisant of evil. Will Campbell tell us how  time kiows anything of evil, good or aught else?  If he mean mind,  God, by "infinity." then He, God, is ignorant or  :vil, while my ink bottle is not thus  ignorant,  for God is infinite and mj  ink bottle is finite.     If the "Infinite alone can fcnon> nothing of evil," dier  God. tne infinite, has no knowledge of evil, while my ink bottle is well posted  But I suspect Campbell really means God is all. and therefore all H������  j does is rig^it. and therefore there is nb evil, and therefore He knows no evil.  j and since He is all. and there is none other.    He alone knows no evil.    Ther  j "hy   does  the  author  of  the  New    Theology  prate?     Why  not  shut  up?  i Suppose I say of him he is a fool-gabbler, would 1 not tell the truth, since  ���������I all that reopens is. of God. and there is no evil, no falsehood?    Why no*  j tell him (Campbell) to ?o into nuietude and hide his folly-smitten godhead?  I Since  God  does  all  that   happens,  why  does Campbell  ask  the  City  j Temple to pav him for what God does, and for what would be done without  i him?    He tells them he can't improve them, and yet asks pay.    He tells them  i there is no evil, and asks pay for helping them to do good, though they could  I do nothing else.    He tells them there is nothing but God and then asks money  for telling them he can make them better. : But since ihey are God, he asks  (Continued next week)  - ; J  W. H. Walsh's  Eburne and  Vancouver  Stores  SCHEPP'S IMPROVED  COCOANUT     ���������  . 1-lb. packages. ............ .30c  -NICHOLSON'S.  MINCEMEAT      .  Per   Package   ............10c  MELLAFOAM  TOILET SOAP  10 cakes for  25c  ALLANDALE  CREAMERY BUTTER  Fresh, from, the  churn..  2. lbs.  for  ...:........'.....-.' 75c  We have made arrangements  with the creamery to have this  butter delivered to us every day  so as to have it always fresh.  TAPIOCA, SAGO AND  RICE  ������ lbs. for .....!........... 25c ,  PURITY  FLOUR  Per  sack..... .\......... .$1.90  ; The brand that is famous  from ccast to coast for quality  and purity. Every sack guaranteed. Try a sack with your  next order! and if not;satisfactory in every- respect we will  change it Cor any other brand  you wish.  SLICED OX"TONGUE  ���������j   Per Pound . '..-. ...... .50c  KITCHEN QUEEN  BAKING POWDER  Two  12-ounce tins,  for...-. ;:25c.  CHOICE SOCKEYE  SALMON    7  lib.   tins ..:.... 10c  CENI.nNE.LEAP  TOBACCO  S'Ibs. for $1.00  DA VIES'   SWEET  PICKLE RELISH  2 bottle for ...25c  HARRINGTON HALL'  COFFEE-  ������������������-- -- ���������--������������������-���������  ���������������������������  Per tin 45c  LAINGS CORNED AND  ROAST BEEF  1-lb. tin   ��������� 15c  DIAMOND BRAND  PLUMS  2-lb. tin9 ..10c  SHELLED WALNUTS  Per pound    35c  SHELLED ALMONDS  Per pound    35c  HOMESTEAD PEARS  ?,.\b.   (ins    20c  SWEET ORANGES  16  for    25c  COMB HONEY  Per comb  20c  CANNED   PUMPKIN  Per tin  10c  FRESH RHUBARB  Per   pound    ��������� 10c  FRESH ROLLED OATS  6 lbs. for  ...25c  We will be pleased to have  one of our order men call on you  and quote you prices.  W.H.Walsh  GROCER  AND BUTCHER  Cor.   'Seymour;  and Davie Sts.i  BRANCH AT EBURNE, B.CJ ���������������'S;:' '-;/"<":.f  "v ..*_  - ������������������     ���������aay'*J.' "'.*!'SSB3  THE WESTBRN CALL, YAWOU?* '"*. BRITISH COLUMBIA.  Last great Metropolis of North America, on  main line of Grand Trunk Pacific Railway.  Half way between Edmonton and Prince  Rupert. Will be seeond largest city in British Columbia.     Full information on request.  Natural Resources Security Co., Ltd.  401, 402, 403, WINCH BUILDING  VANCOUVER, B. C.  1PTMN WK TOBBlSTGiRCII  # --���������  tAST OF US  OBJECT TO ELEVATOR ?ILL  Clearwater, Man.���������At a meeting of  the Grain Growers' association of  Clearwater the following resolution  was passed: "Resolved, that we, the  members of the association, do heartily endorse the position assumed by  the elevator committee in regard to  the Elevator bill introduced by the  provincial government, and also that  we believe the best interest of the  -"arihers of-this- province will be served  by the s������.i������l bill."  FIRST AT INDIAN HEAD  Indian Head. Sask.���������E. J. Brooks,  who lives three miles south of town, is  the first to commence seeding here, he  having begun on his surnmerfallow on  the ltth.  accompanying cut te a repre-  ion  of  the  proposed   Mountain  Methodist  Church  soon   to   be  M  on  the corner ot Horn  road  IVelton street in  South Vancou-  * Excavation  for  a  14-foot  base-  >to be.the full size of the church  finished, are well advanced and  (jr contracts w.li be let at once  |ie  foundations to be  completed  (m as may be.   It is proposed to  Kd with the erection of the school  las soon as possible;in order to  le the necessary accommodation  Ye- congregation which has quite  |iwn the Sunday  school hall  on  ne Road and is very much bam-  f in its work in consequemee.  'school room and grounds will  bout >11,000 and will be "modern  its   appointments.     The   con-  ion is to be congratulated upon  fturage and energy displayed  in  I aking such an aggressive policy,  lie public  will  wish  ih������  enter-  fevery success.  Ladies' Aid of the  church is  preparing a unique entertainment and  sale of work in tbe form of a "Feast  of  Days"  to te held  in  the hall  on  j Seacome road on Tuesday next, March  1 2J>th, in the interest of their funds.  It is most gratifying that while thus  Aberdeen, Sask.���������Abraham linger.  of this district, has b een arrested on  a charge of incest. He was given a  preliminary hearing Thursday and is  being sent to Prince Albert today.  Feeling is running high. Unger came  here f rom Gretna,, Man., a couple of  years ago, having bed to leave the  latter district owing to trouble of the  same   nature.  engaged   with    he_, business    side  of  things, the spiritual side i; not being  j overlooked, and a very interesting  am! successful series of special evangelistic services is in progress unde.r  the direction of Mr. Dm:zlas. a lay  evangelist of the city of Vancouver,  whose ability ami success in such  work is recognized and appreciated  from Toronto to the Pacific Coast.  In addition to the above a neat and  commodious church is in course of construction on Ferris road, and will be  ready for opening early in May. It is  exceedingly desirable that these centres of moral and religious influence  and work should be early provided in  the history and growth of each community in older that the early comers  6hould find their fir6t call in their  new homes a call to worship.  LOST THREE  FINGERS  Si-italuta.���������While operating a banc  saw in his planing nil, Fred Mcxoi  had the little finger of his left hanc",  ���������:omple:e!y severed and the othe:  three ringers so badly laseerated tha*  -mi examination by Dr. Bouju, it was-  found necessary to amputate them  all are off near the third joint. The  thumb is also injured but the doetoi  has hopes that it v, ill net be necessary.  to amputate it'.  David Railtcn began seeding on the  loth. He will seed in wheat this year  nearly one thousand acres. Should the  present fine weather continue there  will be a considerable amount <.f seeding <lone next week.  The Presbyterians of Red Fox district will build a church this summer.  Up to date they have held services in  tbe schoplhouse but have decided that  with better circumstance they should  have a building dedicated for the purpose. Geo. Hannah, Sr., has donated  a site. *  Joseph Martin, speaking in the Im-  perial. House of Commons, attacked  Sari Grey, for a speech delivered at  Regina dealing with the naval ques  tion. Colonel Seely, in reply, declared  his excellency had lost none of hit  popularity in the Dominion as a result  of the speech.  The Saskatchewan Winter Fair was  formerly opened by the Hon. W. R.  Motherwell at Regina and the delegates and viti'ors were welcomed by  ������������������.cling mayor Peverett. During the  lay meetings cf the rattle. Sheep and  Swine Breeders' associations were  held and 'officers elected.  "Wil'iani Hurler received fatal injuries Ly wsl'i.g out cf a window of  a-hospital wl.ie delirious. He fell CO  feet.  ^>������*i,?������^>'.?>-**7)^HCH*.;������>.*rt?i^������������>.^4-u  *  i  *  i  t  #  !t  if  i <j>  Ii  II  it  Farm Lands For Sale  400 acres on Comox Bay at  150 acres on Fraser River opp. Hammond at  80 acres in Surrey at  152 acres in Ladner at  100 acres on Westham Island at  40 acres in Langley at  ALL ON GOOD TERMS.  oMcLellan C$������ Daiber  S 90 per acre.  $ 60 per acre.  S 32 per acre.  S225 per acre.  $200 per acre.  $ 50 per acre.  1052 Westminster tAvenue  Phone 4862  ..'.. ��������������������� j,* jl ������ $ ������ ifr ������$������������������������������������������������������ <l ������������������'��������������������� C *"!���������������������������������* ���������������!'���������������������<������*������������������������ ���������������'������������������������'��������� '  i  Winnipeg.���������Nineteen prominent citizens have confessed before the grand  jury to receiving bribes in connection  will civic government. A number of  those warned by the district attorney's office have not been heard from,  and a general round-up of offenders  has commenced.  \   Earl Grey, speaking at a banquet  jiven to the University Club at Albany, X. V., declared that the Canadian people are well worth knowing.  President Taft was also a guest at the  club.  _Alexander Scott, foreman of the  Manitoba Cold Storage plant at Winnipeg, was mangled to death by the'  flywheel of an amonia compressor.  The immigration figures for the current fiscal year will evidently set new  records. Up to the end of February,  -���������overing eleven months of the    year,  Construction work is proceeding  steadily on the Grand Trunk. Pacific  about 1795 miles of track having been  laid since the work commenced four  and a half years ago.  : _ _    "���������*-<;  A hundred French    speaking   families will leave Lewiston, Maine, for  the   Canadian    Northwest    within    a  month.    It is expected    six    hundred.:  families will migrate during the season.  It is reported that the elevator committee of the Grain Growers' association will recommend a number of  nances from which the government  promise.s_tp_.ap.poij.2t_the^ele^\ator__.comv:  m   sion.  he total immigration was 175.729, as  the governnient of the day     Pf.  Lord Rosebery's resolution tu reform the House of Lords was carried  in that chamber by a majority of over  five hundred. It was announced, however, that the introduction of a bill to  bring about a reform  will be left   to  compared with 130,444 for the eleven-  months of last fiscal year, an increase  jf 35 per cent. The total immigration  from the United States for the eleven  months was 86,488 as compared with  ���������50,650, an increase of 71 per cent. The  estimate given a year ago that 70,000  settlers from the United Slates would  enter Canada during the twelve  months has been far exceeded, with  one month still to make returns. A j  hundred thousand Aniericens for the  next twelve months would not be an  inreaBo:i������b!e estimate.  remier  Asquith has introduced resolutions in  the Commons to.cary out the promised  curtailment of the veto powers of the  lords.  Hon. Frank Oliver's bill to amend  the Canadian Immigration act received a third reading in tho House of  Commons after a lengthy discussion.  The chairman of the Lumsdeu Investigation committee presented a report  which will be discussed after the Raster holiday.  The telegraph companies, ar a result of a protest entered by western  newspaper pub'ishers. have agreed to  withdraw the tariff for press messages  recently filed with the railway ooni-  niriin. A new schedule will fee offered by April CO.  A private message from -Washington  to a Detroit merchant indicates that a  complete settlement of the tariff trouble between Canada, and the United  states was reached at the Albany con-  erence. The mesage indicates that  Canada won a complete vi tory. A  despatch from Ottawa declares the  "anadlan" authorities are inactive and Work on the ^'^disc Theological  are simplv waiting the next move COliese at Strathcona. Albe/ta, has  if the Washington so.eminent. commenced.     The    institution    when  comp'eted will have cost one hundred  Startling developments are P-necied  thousan<} hilars and  wi 1  te cne   of  from the diplomatic negotiations    be-  the finesl buildings in the province  tween  Russia. Austria and  Italy, the  atter countries being parts of the tri-      The T. Eaton company is adding an-  ple alliance with Germany. i������her story to the present store build  ing in Winnipeg and will erect a 12-  storey structure on the remainder cf  the block. A large factory will also be  constructed on the south sLle of Graham avenue.  Frank Shouroe fe'.l under a mrving  'rain at the North Battleford static n  end was so bsd'y injured that he died  in a few hours. THE WESTERN CALL, VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLJMBIA.  iS-1  11  I  If you wish to subscribe  drop a card to the office.  PRETTY  WEDDING.  Air. F. W. Leesou is halter-breaking  ew auto.  VIVAL MEETINGS.  What   are   you  Mount Pieasant?  How about these locals���������send them  in  Business is gocd���������some turned down  ���������so say Steele & Aluir. One for Westminster r.oad.  Mr. Hawry Sloan of Armagh. Ireland,  arrived in the City last week, and is  staying with his brother. Air. .loe.  Sloan, 5.'15���������8th avenue west.  In the Mount Pleasant Alethodist  church next Sunday the pastor will  speak in the morning on the subject "Knowing Christ" ar,d in the evening on "'The Meaning and motive of  Right Action."  .Madame Yulisse will sing during the  ���������evening service.  A very pretty wedding tool; place  last Wednesday evet.ing, 23rd March,  when Aliss Victoria .May Snell, daughter of Mr. D. Sneil, i!01 Seventeenth  avenue east, became the bride of Air.  Arthur A. Hodgson.  The Rev. Dr. Fraser officiated The  bride was given away by her father.  Miss Tlllie Snell acted as bridesmaid  and Mr. Walter Snell assisted the  groom.  The bride looked charming in her  travelling suit and  picture hat.  After the dainty wedding supper  was partaken of. the happy pair left  on a honeymoon trip to Seattle via  Vietoiia, and on their return intend  residing in Vancouver. Air. and Mrs.  Hodgson were the recipients of many  handsome and useful gifts.  Special revival meetings are being  held every evening this week in the  First Advent church on Seventh avenue. During the past week the meet  ings were well attended. Pastor Baker  is conducting the services.  Ali;. and Airs. D. G. Harris have returned from a lengthy visit to Southern California. Both feel much benefited by their sojourn in the sunny  south.  Thoroughbred White Wyandotte  Wggs for setting, at iS24 Westminster  ivenue; also cockerel for sale.  A!r. R.  iin town.  C. Wells of Brandon, Alan., is  Air. John Thompson of Winnipeg te  'here, tlie guest of his son in law Mr  D.  Alunn,  4  Senventh  avenue east.  Air. ando Mrs.-A. N. Pequenat, of  Brantford, Ont., are the guests of Dr.  and Airs. Atkinson, 1155 Tenth avenue  west.  A TREAT IN STORE  The people of Mount Pleasant are  looking forward to the Recital on  April 12th. of the pupils of Air. T.  Bonne Millar. This is to be held in  the Alt. Pleasant Alethodist Church,  aiid music lovers will do well to keep  this date open.  Lawn mowers sharpened, average  price 50c, Pilkeys, cor. 9th and Westminster  Airs.  Downie of  Winnipeg is  visiting   Mount   Pleasant   friends.  Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Willerton and  family of Neepawa, Man., will make  their, home in Vancouver and are at  present the guests of Mrs. Willerton's  brother, Mr. 3. W. Parker. 1469  Eleventh avenue.  7 Mr. Harry Devine who is a pupil of  the University school, Victoria is  spending the vacation with his parents  Mr. and Mrs. II. T. Devine. Mount  Pleasant.  Air. and Airs. Hugh AlcCooluey are  rejoicing over the arrival of a. baby  girl, 214���������0th avenue west.  Air. .16s. Beach, the popular oil stockbroker, has just returned from a business trip to his company's works in  California, bringing with him some  good reports of progress in oil developments in that state. Mr. Beach has  purchased a beautiful villa near Los \  Angeles, which he intends for his future home. He will retire from sic-  live .operations and enjoy a well-merit-  '<��������� ''est- . .^ilJ'JE  SIXTH  AVENUE   METHODIST  CHURCH  Special Easter services were held  at the Sixth Avenue Alethodist church  on Easter Sunday. Both services were  conducted by the pastor who preached  a special Easter sermon in the morn  ing and in the evening gave a short  address suitable to the occasion.  The choir rendered at the morning  service .Martin's anthem, \'As It Begar.  to Dawn," and Alaunder's "Te Deum"  in E flat.  In the evening several selections of  the Easter music from Handel's'.".Messiah" was rendered, including:  "I Know That My Redeemer Liv-  eth," by Aliss Ethel Irwin.  "But Thou Didst Not Leave," by  Miss Grace Hardy.  "The Trumpet Shall Sound." by Air.  W. Hicks.  ."Lift Up Your Heads. Oh Ve dates."  "Worthy Is the Lamb." "lialle.ui.li  Chorus," by the choir.  KITSILANZ  Dout.'miss this chance.    Beamifal high and dry lot    22x15  CORNWALL    STREET  for a few days only at low price.    '  S2 200  The John T. Stevens Trust C<  HEAD OFFICE:  318 Homer Street,  PHONE 5604  Room 30ti Mercahtile Eld jr.  Cur. Oudova and Homer Sts.  .BRANCH  OFFICE:  2435 Granville Streej  (Open Evenings)  PHONE 4265  Residence Phone 5694  41-44  ADDRESSED EPWORTH  ' *  Air. W. .1. Burns addressed  ��������� * *-l ������������������ IT  the  E]>  ..Our hearts  go out in  sympathy to  Mr.   and   Airs,   llazlett .in .their   sad Lvorth League on Monday, it being mis-  bereavement.  The Lancashire Old Boys have se  cured 'permanent quarters in the Do  minion Hall, Pender street, which are  now open all day. The regular meeting takes  place  Friday evening.  A meeting in the interests of the  anti-tuberculosis crusade was held al  the city hall. His Worship .Mayor Taylor presided.  Information concerning the competitive examinations to be held on May  10. under the direction of the civil,service commission.of Canada, may be obtained on application to Principal  Burns, of the Normal School, this  city.  , Air. and Airs. O!instead of Jedediah  Island are the guests of Airs. Ol instead "s parents. Air. and .Mrs. H. J.  Foote, 339- Broadway east.  An afternoon tea and parlor social  was arranged by Aliss .Mutch and Airs  fliliespie. to be given at the home ol  Airs. Gillespie, 20J0 Grant street.'on  Thursday afternoon and evening. Tei=  was served from 3 to 6 o'clock in the  nfternon and the social (at. which  '-here was music and game's> was be-  ���������j;un at 8 o'clock, Home-made candy  was on sale, both in the afternoon and  evening.  The many friends of Airs. .1. Peck  wil be sorry to learn that she is a  patient at the Vancouver General Hospital.  Mrs. T. Tiffin of Broadway west, is  spending a few days visiting her sister 011 Lulu Island.  - Mr.-and Mis. D. E.- Harris of Ontario street have returned from ������ali-  loiiiia.  Mrs. Horace Hume returned from  Portland. Miss Counacher and Mrs.  jvleNair are returning from San Diego  where they have been spending the  ���������winter^ They were joined by Mr, and  .Mrs. Percy Frassier.  Mr. T. AL Henderson and daughters  who intended sailing on March 24th  tor Naples have been obliged to cancel tlie tiip 011 account of Mr. Henderson's illness.  Mr. and Mrs. .1. Tays. who have  -spent the last four monitiK in Los An  .gelei  have  returned  to the city .  Mrs. F. O. Lewis will receive on the  -third Tuesday of each month.  Mrs. .1. C. Kemp, deputy supreme  commander of the Ladles of the Maccabees,'has returned from Vancouver  is'ai'd. where she had been paying a  visit of inspection to the hives of Victoria, Cumberland. Courtenay. Comox.  Nanainio and Ladysniith. Her visit  was to make .preparations for the big  convention of the order which will  he bd<l in Victoria on .May 19 and 20.  Miss Bina West, supreme record  keeper, of Port Huron, and Dr. Ella .Li  Fiflelfl. of Tacoma. supreme examiner  will be present at the gathering.  The Royal Tempters held a very en-1  joyabre picnic to'Seymour Creek last, j  iFriday. A very pleasant day was \  -spent by a large number of members.'    1  We are glad to welcome Air. Kelly  .as a business man among our people.  Air. Kelly has hud 14 years' experience  and should be a good pusher.  ~Oii Easter Monday afternoon Cedar  Cottage Presbyterian church was the  scene of its first wedding, when Aliss  Margaret Annie Brown, eldest daughter of Air. John Brown of .Maxwell  road. Cedar Cottage, and formerly of  Winnipeg, became The wife of Air. J.  Frank Boyd, of Xew Michel. B. C.  son of .1. D. Hoyd. J. P., of Limavady.  Ireland. The church was very tastefully decorated with Easter flowers.  The ceremony was performed by the  Rev. ,1. C. Aladill. pastor of the church,  and the wedding march was played by  the organist. Aliss AL Brown, sister of  the bride. The btide was dressed in  a very becoming travelling costume o!  mail ve diagonal cloth, with hat'to  match, and wore a lovely bouquet of  violets and lillies of the valley. After  Ihe ceremony the happy couple left  on the 4 o'clock train for Xew Michel,  where they will in future reside.  Leave those locals at the oftVe.  Westminster road or phone 110.">.  !40S  ionary evening, and took for his top-  c "The Life of Aliss Mary ,Read."  Airs. Geo. Glover was taken ill recently while visiting her daughter.  Mrs. (Aid.) Stevens, Alt. Pleasant. II  was feared that it was an attack of  pneumonia, but this has been warded  Miss Read had tahen up missionary  work and after a few years contracted leprosy, and then devoted the rest  of her life in missionary work among  a leper colony. The heroic and devoted work to the cause she took up  was vividly  portrayed.  Three women were drowned in the  Teeswater river, near Teeswater, Ont.  A boat in which the women were  ���������rossing the liver was upset by the  strong current.  For Exchange  10 acres at  Gibson's Landing  FOR  Auxiliary Cruiser  317 Pender St w  [WARD'S  5     (Our Best) Flour. No. 1 Ha-.! Wheat     ....  X    SprinjcbrtMik CrviuiH'ry But:er    - -  I    Dunner Biw!; Buiter ......  I PHONE   R3942  smmmmmmmmtmmmmmmmsmmtmmmmmmmmmmt  (iKocKRY stoh:  2617 Westminster Road  S1.05 tier sack]  ���������  -' - "J lbs. for 6fic  2 lbs. for 55c. J  t  Oscar Kidd  "   PRACTICAL H0RSESH0ER1  Special attention given to Lame]  and Inerfering Horses.  Betw���������������������sj������tfc������.dseventh   prince   EDWARD   STREE'  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������I  4������h..:.*.h..:.<s.^.^o-:-4������  ?  | The best stock of ARMS,  I AMMUNITION, CUTLERY.  % and SPORTING GOODS can  'j* be found at the store of  t!l  <i'  Chas. E. Tisdall ������  618-620 Hastings St.        *  1 <?->  I*  1  1 ���������  j    The Crescent Grocery    |  t 1277 Twelfth Avenue* ������?**��������� I  ���������% ..     '(Cor Clark Drive and 12th Ave.) l|  *."                                                7'-''--':'       -.   '7 ���������''''"'���������'���������'. ..' '  %" -' v  4    20-oz.  Loaf of Bread ."...:............ .....v...:.....:......   5c   *  %.    fi lbs. Rolled Oats    25c   J,  <* .������������������-���������������������������'-���������      4>  Fresh Egg, per dozen  ..     8.5c .���������.  Corn, per can    .-... '.-.... ..'  10c %  Dried Peaches. 2 for    25o i.  First-class Oranges, per dczen      ;>0c A  Small size, 20 for ���������. .-." 25c *  Redium  Flour      $1.75 ?  Tetley's Tea, 3-lb. can  for 7    $1.00 *  Sultaiina Raisins, 3 lbs. for    25c %  Rhubarb. Lettuce and Asparagus now in slock. $  Our goods are fresh and prices right.    Yon make no mistake  to call, or  PHONE 5406  PROMPT DELIVERY  ^j.$.><2,.;������SM>^������;������iX^,M"H^  ****s~:^***#***^*^k^  WILLIAM   RUD1  SHOEMAKER  Cor. 10th and Westminster Roj  '.'.Repairs neatly executed  Hand Sewu work a specialty.  43-46)  Rimell&Kaye  CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS  Plans and Estimates Furnished  148 Uth Avenue, West.  HELEN   BADGLEY ��������� TeachJ  Elecntiou, Physical Culture  Dramatic Art.   Pluys Coached, Ej  tain meats Directed, Platform Rec-if  Studio: 91)2.Hornby StreetL  Telephone R3535.  If it is  First  CInss  SflOEMi  ING an<J SHOE REPA]  INQ  yon want, go to  R. PETERS & CO.j  2511 Westminster Ave.  (Near Broadway)  We guarantee our worn to be as]  as ������riy in the city.  ���������  ���������A  A  MOUNT PLEASANT  up-to-we HARDWARE STORE  Spring Renovating  We wonld like to supply your wants.  WE HAVE  Curtain Stretchers  Step Ladders  Carpet Beaters  Alabastiue  Brushes  aud almost anything you need in that line  Liquid Veneer  Paiuts  Oil Stains  Varnish Stains  t  V  %  t  t  t  z  f  V  t  z  ������  ?  t.  i  ICC CRCAM  WEATHER AGAIN  We have  again   opened     and  are ready lor the  ���������< siomm  DiJfJ.  Onr Ice Ore;������m in m������de of pure  "fn.-Mh Civnui.  Orders t������������keu fur parlifj*, Suciuls  eti'. at- wIimUmmIo prires.  A Confirmation Service will be held !  at  St. Michael's Church    on    Sunday,  evening. April 3rd. beginning at 7:30  See Local and  General   On i P.m.. when  a  large inumber of candi  Page 5  j dates will   be  prested  to  the   BUhop.  ! W, R. OWEN  I   Successor to J. A. Flett, Ltd.   Mt. Pleasant  t  2337 Westminster Ave. Phone 447 i  X A  |j| Independent  Drug  $tore  (Lepatourp:l & *cRae)  fit  t! f  *i -i*  A    A  1?������ i *  +  *  I  V  *  t  t  ���������  *  t  i  *  t  %  ���������  ���������v  ���������  *  ���������  1'  I  ���������:���������  Al*  A ! A  Cor. 7th I Westminster  Avenues  V. R.TWM  Sign  and  Can *:age  Painter.  Removed from Westminster A|  To STEELE & MUIR B'Mr*\  lit. Pleasanl  FOR  L.AYINO  FOWL  AND  CHICKENS   SEE-^   ttll  U. WALKER.  12th   avk.. h:a$������|  ^Hj^*^^*������������2,'2������^%^****S'*^'&**J,'-3'v^i*IMi>*I*^'vt*''  ASKE HAL]  1540 Fifth Ave.; W������|  FOR  RENl  Private Daacea.    Qeienl Meetij  PHONE L&Ra36'j  GEO.  ASKEf  2a38 GRANVILLE  Keeler's Nursery &  %  Remember our Floral Work]  the Best in the City  ffiE For Ornamental Trees for the next 30 days iB^'cXi06'

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