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 /^*'l*������5^  7& sf-A-'MK  ^\^y|||  ������' yy ?������$,  V '      *1j     J. .        a  ���������>���������  A   A*a\\.  Published in the Interests of'Greater Vancouver.  VOLUME III  H. H.' Stevens, Editor.  VANCOUVER, British Columbia,-JUNK 9, 1911.  No. .5  Harbor Commission  [he most serious problem facing the citizens of'  Jcouver to-day is -the question of how best to  jfelop the Port of Vancouver. Nature has done  Impart on a prodigal scflle. Our harbor.is land-  jced as far as Burrard Inlet is concerned, and'  [Addition to this we have English Bay, False  ek and the Fraser Ui ver. ,ry������  letime has arrived when this city'Should s&ri-  ^y take up the question of nationalization of  |Vport or the appointment of a Board'of Har---  -Commissioners, which is practically the same.  Te read that "the Toronto Harbor .Bill, now on  ray through Parliament, places' the, cityJiar-  under a Commission of five members, three  ed by the municipality, one by the local  fod of Trade, and one by the Donijnipn Govern- v  at. "The board will have authority over Jhe  He waterfront of several miles and the Goyern-  ijt is expected to cbntribnte largely towards-the  [Slopment of shipping facilities at Toronto, as, it,  ���������(already done at Montreal." ' < Y  are quite aware that some steps were .taken  7 years ,ago to' this end' iu Vancouver, but '  were dropped for some unknown'reason.,., It  ^tremendous problem but worthy of the atten-  l^of the0 best brains iu our rapidly growing'  When *the Panama Canal is opened it will  ythe commencement of a new erafor^Van-  jjer, and now is the time to prepare for this ^  advancement. ��������� '*  Investigation Commences '",��������� X   ^velPf9^um  **** ' s.       The investigation resulting from th������ statcmen  ('  Over Fifty Letters as Evidence���������Some Astonishing Revelations���������Seagraves Expect Carlisle  to Control Committee���������Kept Continually Posted in Advance. -   -  LABOR VS. IMMIGRATION,      .  lan editorial on the    labor    page   "blithe,  Md." of Saturday last. Mr. Pettipiece 'gives1'  pssion to some remarks we can scarcely allow  jigs without comment. ^  taking of the great influx of immigrants "to  [la, he says:  s 7^l><777 s  Vancouver alone from 200 to 400. British-  lire arriving daily.   The glutted condition of 7  Our renders will remember   that   some very*  strong aud uncomplimentary terms were applied,;  to the editor of this journal at recent meetings oi.  the city council by Aid. Enright, the mayor and  the fire chief, because of articles appearing ,in  these columns re the administration of the Fire  Department.   It was, however, considered by the  city council that the charges made were of sufficient  importance to   warrant  an   investigation  under oath, and this was ordered, the first formal,"  meeting being held Wednesday last at 2  p.m.  At this meeting only three clauses in the list o*\ ~  charges were taken'up,  viz.,   (I)  That unwar-'  ranted favor was shown Seagraves & Company; "  (2) That the aerial truck for which the city has '  paid Seagraves $17,500, was largely an experiment on their part and had been out of commission fo* lengthy periods; and  (3)  That the  said aerial truck   was not   worth   to the citv  iftt7,500/VMr. Armour, of Dkvis, Marshall & Me- (  Neil, acting for Aid. Stevens, who had preferred '";  the charges, read and form&lly filed some fifty-nine  J  letters written by the chief to Seagraves or received  from  them,  and  the following extracts   <  froih these letters speak for themselves, and our.7  readers are left to judge as to the accuracy fofr*  the appeiations  applied to the editor* sucfr:aa  4'liar," '������cur,","yellow dog,'' etc.        -      -. f "  ���������.���������>��������� J! 1  1.   That favor is shown Seagraves.  THOUGH THE OTHER WAS SOME- $8,000  LOWER. I also told him that I would rather  give $1,000 more for a machine 1>uilt by your  company than by people who had no experience."  Y * ���������   ���������   ���������   '  v " Letter, November 23, 1910, Carlisle, to Bro waging, agent. . .  "I understand Victoria wants to buy. I would  'like to see him get a ' JVIerryweather Truck'so J  could see^ it working without going to; expense  and bother of getting one myself, but I don't in-  tend to get one anyhow.   ...  ' ^Jou had better be along here when the apparatus is delivered as in all probability the $5.00  per������day penalty clause in the contract will be  * enforced.   .   .'   . /  The investigation resulting from the statements  made in these columns some weeks since has already resulted in a saving to the city bf $2,250.  On April 25, 1911, Chief Carlisle and Auto Jlx-J  pert King recommended the purchase of an aerial  truck from'Seagraves-for $17,250.   This was at-.  tacked by Aid., Stevens in council, when he,was  called to -order by the mayor for opposing the  motion ito purchase at these figures, the council, ,  however, suported the amendment and the mat- - *  ter was referred back.    Then followed the articles in the "Cell." "The committee finally de-^  cided to call for new tenders and, last J Monday  the council accepted their report, which completely turned down the Seagraves $17,250 truck for a  "Webb," at $15,000, which they consider "to "be  much the better piece of apparatus, thus saving  the city $2,250.  'a*j f -, 4,1a  r-vf ^ ^ ii  - fSSk  "-     <      >aT     ,  ���������';'.���������**���������-'/ Y4L  - -ysfr'w  7 "'"���������bptkl  - "-       1A A>fJ    l  J V4-^|  *   .    >.   .  tht\\  "*      i    ' tf  sJ Js.  3     *     '"-%������?}  r%-  ���������^  -     -;V J  '->'  <\.  - y  p V.  -, v,  1-a--'  fill  <"!>  1    V '.' ^Sk  Letter Browning to Carlisle, February ,7, 1910.  "I note you say you will let me know when the  apparatus deal passes the city council, but owing  "What time do you expect to be along here?    to tD^ fact of the little mix up we had on the last  There is a little information I wonld like to give    apparatus that was bought, I am naturally very  you personally regarding the future purchases of   a^9���������.>^v^p.-3liis,:dea|[:i5well .to.^apsdj.vao'v-therev^-,^-. ���������,w.w^;������m.,  our apparatus." ' ,      will::^e^-^s^Wlitj^lp^  Chief   Carlisle to  .Letter February 13,1911,������Chief Carlisle to E. P?  Browning, agent for Seagraves:      ^      I  *>:   ' , -1   .      ���������   -  "Included in my estimates for '3911 is $14,00fr  for a gasoline pumping1 engine, and $i7,0001',for  an auto-propelled water tower.   These have riot  >yet passed   council, but I think, they   will goi'  |tbia^g������atKhndeveloped/province in its7 pre*  Llvan state as an heirloom toour children. -  rthen bas-this^o^say regarding jthe condi-  Bf "the workingman: ''The standard ofjttv^  f being r snrely, and mercilessly lowered.'  iwe are quite willing to-agree-that the cost  ftig is growing yearly, but it is largely so  a m *mtotm\ ot Uving it higher to4ay  m before. Things that ate looked upon  as necessities, were viewed asjuxuries a  jars ago. It is not true to say the standard  )��������� being lowered. That would be pessim-  ibor market under such circumstances ren-  issimilation almost impossible.'*   ' .'   <.,.",vY ,  h We to conclude from this statem'ent,vtHat  * is serious objection by the labor men of,this  ice to ther immigration of the British settler 1  this is not the,sentimentof .^^^^J   through.   I have been Vrondering since doingX  Us.  ;Apparently Mr. .Pettipiecp ;J,g$&j& *"' whether the amounts are large enough.  I supRose\  it would be hard to satisfy your agents, bat would  flike to know whether the faachmes are wo>th that  amount of money:, or no.     "'" ^   ' '       *  ^ :}  "We will be calling for tender* about April %f*  but you need not expect any show at 1foem_on ac-/  count of the slow delivery of last tnacKiries.!'  * ���������   # ~ x  Letter answering this, February 2t, 1911,  Browning tovCarlisle:  s  "I note you have puHn an estimate for gasoline engine and water tower . . '. It will be  too bad tKat I will not have an opportunity of  bidding on these owing to slow delivery of my  last. If X thought you meant that. Chief,'! wouW  take the first train for Vancouver, and fow can  gamble that there would be trouble when I got  there   ...  'Thave received a letter front th������ Seagraves  Company in reply to your recent Jetter. and "Mr.  King (the civic auto expert) has, no doubt, received a letter from them as ihey stated. Now,  Chief, remember this, the Seagraves Company  are going to take care of you on those machines,  and everything is going to be ali right, and I  want you to feel perfectly_sure that this is going.,  to be the case, and that the, dealings you are going to have with Seagraves^ave going to fye right.  I am in a better position to dictate to this company (Waikervile branch) than I am with the  Company,at'Columbus (parent company)."  * ���������   ���������  Letter June 17, 1909, Carlisle to Phillips, Seagraves' Seattle agent.  * ' *  ''Don't be a bit backward in giving anyone an  introduction to me and I -will do all I can to exhibit the machines, and 1 will-entertain them to  the best of my ability. T������ .  "Mr. Bachtold was strongly in favor of yottr  machines, I impressed upon him the advisability  of getting tbe machines from apparatus builders,  and told bim that on our last contract .we gave  the preference to your makes of machines AL-  * * *  ��������� - Letter August 27, 1909.  1 Browning, agent.  v "There was nothing done with the patrolt wagon yesterday.   Chief .Chamberlain wanted it to  ^ lay overfor two weeks, which, of course, I done.  ~  I, do not know his reason'for doing so/ I got a  - favorable report from F. Sing (civic auto, expert)  on yow, Apparatus, copy of which I am enclosing.  r I will i^rite you on^ further developments. lI saw  Aid. Cainpbell yesterday,, he seemed a^little puil" dersl^latitofsl  out about Chief Chatoberlain's action.? ',,,.  ^       ceividiifamlv^  come7th^^C^ie^jBnd;  before the deal comes up sad work it a.^M  ferMi^:thtofw|^;h^^  any;'ch^e^;^losmg^  I am getting wir^anxi^s ihdfeed W? ^  you.  7/fevl  *S.������';  ^Letter, S������jgfember^5, 1909, Seagraves to Carlisle, .vto b^iii������iS^M^t^tp|f  -   ''rre^i^cfVtelegi^sta^^tha^ -  ^mm^mm^mzktm  .. wen^gbing to ������ward the patrol wagon toVNapier.,������  I am ^ttiyidis^j^intefTc&iftf. -.   : 7-:    y Vv  to swing this over and get me the contract. W*tk  kindest, personal regards and thanking' you for  the great interest shown on ray behalf.'*'   '''".'  ":-'" Ua .^;;I^i������^k-i^.flol^id\ave/so^S  an 80,h".p. combination for Prince Bupert, but^iipl  .uiiable to^give th?m exact prices Wf^^eMlAfi  follows this enlightening clause:  limitations of trade organizations are bc-  _. self-evident, and the tendency to transfer  Inflict from the industrial to- the political  >the one ray of'hope in what might other-  a hopeless,struggle against appetite. '  is really the foundation cause of all the  m of the last few weeks. - Mr. Pettipiece  ing that last statement, "to transfer the  ���������to the-political field,' has divulged the  lof the whole movement.   In other words, ,  ftissatisfled with the rate of progress being  |.n labor reforihs, he seeks to facilitate the  antbyone bold 8trokerthat-i8rthe destruc- -  , unionism and the substitution of Socialism   -  anarchy, because Mr. Pettipiece's So-  ris~void*of\toleration'������nd is simply a pro-  Wckirig^one "class*, out and-placing an-  llaasinJ^'He says:   ^  emploiers are w,few; the, workers are  The wjtrkers' have the votes.   An intelli-  H of the tranchisfi'would reverse the pres-  >mma in^short order." ^  llism can never come by revolution. r There  leh a being as a "revolutionary Socialist."  fmply an anarchist, an oportunist. Social-  true sense is only possible by an "evolu-  proceBS.  lely S' day passes without some news of  Jtcializing" of some great public utility���������  herworks, the telephone, the lighting ays-  le canals, the post office, the government  1*8 system as we have it in Canada, Lloyd  Insurance Bill, the old age pension, har-  rimisfiions, hydro-electric systems���������and  [f others which were thought to be mad-  Ifew years ago. In one Bense there has  jvolution in the last twenty-five years,  *f the Pettipiece type,  lolicy is to encourage and welcome British  Uion to British Columbia. We cannot get  Jy-of them. It may spoil the plans of a  type of labor exploiters, but will ultimate-":  J to the benefit of the nation. If we re-  l\e of onr own flesh and blood we wiU see  ���������r sad 9f9T-������tasjing biflux of Orientals,  tould becdiMJ^iis. ;/ /  lig������ei*������o������^lpi������. Fe wlU ,be unable t0 **"  I|||l^^*'f<fj091bntishers,''i8 so absurd as  worthy of even such an extremist as Pet- /  ^By I've" he means a select few who  fiictly as he does and in the final analysis  Wuced to "one."  [is a coincident which w,e .would draw the  ittention to, viz., the mad efforts of cer-  ��������� agitators to precipitate a crisis in union  id the announcement recently made by  lip Mavor Taylor, that he is going to  a nee "Provincial Party."    Both  of  Jrements have been launched through the  )f the "World," which leads us to con-  it there is a vital conection between the  "I am very pleased to note that you -are.about <  to make purchase of more apparatus.   .   . 7 .   I  received a paper from Vancouven which'gave a  However, I' saw, the, mayor of^'Prince  Bupert and wrote the chairman of the Hre Corn-  Letter January 24, 1910.   Browning to Carlisle ' mitteeaati will,do anything-! can for you in the  meantime."  I      aa  2.  That the aerial truck wat somewhat of mi  r_*������*.--,,  * *       .       * -, ��������� - experiment md a partial failure.  list of the newly elected members of the council, ���������   ���������   ���������  and'I regret very much' to "know that our.friend . Letter, April 6,1909, Seagrave to Browning, tbe  Aid. Campbell failed in re-election.        <��������� ( ���������   ^'agent.  trouble in having your way about the purchasing ,couver> we ere just as desirous to get this ap-  of apparatus, but I think it would be best under -paratus shipped as Chief Carlisle, and are morti-  the circumstances for me to come to Vancouver ^> tied at the delay.   We would consider it folly for  yia  <&  aT?t   A^lM  several days before bids are to be opened and  taken up by the committee. IT81NK IT WOUWD  HIS WELL TO WORK TW* PUAL A WTTLE  TQBfFRREHTLT FROM WHAT W|l ^AVH  THOSK m THIS PAST, and you know without  my saying it, that 1 am anxious to secure tbe butt,  ness. . . . Now. Chief, will you please keep  me posted as to just when' this deal will come  4tp so that lean arrange matters to start immediately for Vancouver and stay until the deal' is  closed.   ..."  us and a misfortune to the Chief if we let things  go out there knowing that tbey were not going  to be satisfactory. Things developed which indicated where improvements can be made, and it  looks too bad to hurry them."'  Letter. October 28, 1909, Seagraves to Carlisle.  "We hasten to reply . ... . We,are sorry to  learn that you. had some trouble .with the aerial  truck skidding   ..."  wm  iMM  v*&  $4  Letter February 3rd, 1910, Carlisle to Browning, agent Seagraves.  *'We luuce your letter of January 27. and noted  I'ontents  new apparatus,  know what the* council will allow me. but I have  asked for five pieces of auto apparatus, besides  an auto each for the assistant chief and myself."  tun  Frwn every quarter we are constantly receiving expression of  commendation jor the stand we have taken on various questions of  public interest.  Letter, July 29, 1909, Seagraves to Carlisle.  Explaining delay in delivery and stating, "this  _ is the first air-cooled engine of this site and ea-  WejwWk^'^'po^'M^re^^'oiir   pacity we have made, etc."  ratui, when it passes council. , I do not /    ���������   ���������   ���������  Letter, Feb. 6, 1911, Carlisle to Browning.  "We have had a lot of trouble with the ladder  truck of late, and it has been out of commission  for a considerable time, and we have been put to  a lot of inconvenience with getting spare parts.  Our Mr. King (the expert) is' determined^ to  make her into a water-cooled.,which would'mean  a great deal of expense, biit if 1 can get her to  nin.satisfactory-without..making'change, we will  do so. The last gears we ordered would not mesh  with the old ones so we had to get them softened  and re-cut, and in hardening them /.gain they  were so brittle that'they went all to pieces."  ��������� .**���������  7*Ari  Our policy,is to fearlessly place before the citizens the exact truth  in all matters inwhich they should be interested.  If you feel that we are doing this, and approve qf it, give us your  support by subscribing to the ���������i Western Call" at $1.00 per year. If you  have any advertising we will also appreciate your patronage.     Our Job,,c  ' > m        m.   ���������* I    y 1  Department is well eguipped to take care of your printing.     We cannot  live on commendations only} hence need your practical support.  'ri f  V3   ������M +++^+kmmmflkmmmwkm*mh������0.  Al  .llllilllllllllllU  Letter Carlisle to Browning. Nov: 23. 1910.  "Some: of our last, apparatus arc not giving  good'satisfaction, minor accidents laying up some  of the machines for, weeks at a time through having to wait for parts to come from East."  3.   Re the cost of the aerial truck.  This is not yet formally before committee, and  henee. we will not comment on it,in this issue.  The foregoing letters speak for themselves and  were simply read and formally filed with'-the in-.  vestigating committee.  . The committee is again sitting as we go to press,  and it is expected thatr Chief Carlisle will be put  on the stand and examined.  The other charges v will be investigated as rapidly as possible, a full account of which will ap-,.  pear next week.  ZS..  ���������*   A  ������r ������   -'P ' '���������^^IflM^Wi.^tHff'  ^JlWFW'J&fR^^^^3' * *  THE WESTERN CALL  '?-l"l'*-I-4'4"H"M-M-������4"t"l"l"l"l"l"l"H"l*������ *4444^^^4^*4^^H&*������>++***������**  I Sweet Unsalted \  butter!  We Have It Fresh  EVERY DAY.'  ii  4LS0 FRESH BUTTERMILK  Prairie Produce Co.  :;    2446 MAIN STREET  PHONE 3973   i  ���������;   * Our wagons will call on you twice a week.    Give us^your    ;j  name and address. 1\  m$>#*>WkW tiriri&*lriri*&W  1J   ;������  yX -  > >   \ <���������  i _ *>  Phone 645 Always in Mt. Pleasant  EXPRESS & BAGGAGETRANSFCR  Stands-Main ind Broadway   ,  Phone 845  ***** *i* i* t **************** ***9**********************  #;  i *  For good yalues in  Y    ,  ;   REAt ESTATE AND INVESTMENTS  ������ij Y > v  '   '     ���������'     ���������  ,: ' .  Call on    '        i  TRIMBLE & NORRjsj  Cor. 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A FULL LINE OF CIGARS, CIG- *  ARETTES and TOBACCO. $  j;   Agents for WOMAN'S-BAKERY BREAD and CONFECTIONERY.   &  ������������������ 'I' '1' 1' 'I * * * ** \< * *>**'**** ****** **************************  For the Home  ECONOMIES IN COOKING.  the gown, but character Is often given    'to a frock of pale shade by the deep  (By M. C. Daly.) | tone of the  same .color in  the hair  In  these days of high-priced  food- ornament.   For a girl with light hair  stuffs, nothing pleases the economical a pale green velvet ribbon, with clus-  lousewife more that to be   able   to ters at each end of deep pink moss  roses, will be charming with any one  of her evening gowns. White in the  nair is seldom effective even with  brilliant brunette coloring, and if  vhite is ^needed to ca>ry out the de  sign of the dress then it must be re  lieved by flowers of some soft tone 01  else with a touch of green.  Until a girl ,1s Vout" she is supposec  to  wear  gowns'with  span?led  trim  ming or hair ornaments sparklhit w������u  ���������Hinp^iTipe. Hit thfi*e are some braids  formed of rows of glass beadB or cry  stala which wen wired are most ef  ective in the hair and really not lm  >pp?opriate for the college girl. Three  quarters of a yaVd of one inch braid  it this description will make a pr������>Mv  band to place about the knot.    The  wire should   not   be  sewed  straight  along each edge, which would  only  > cause the. beads   to  fold  over  each  prepare a delicious and nourishing re  jast at a comparatively   small   cost.  This is a result that may be attained  n several ways, but the most satis-  actory ways that I know are:     (1)  ���������:o stop using the expensive cuts o.  neat, except on rare occasions, and at  other times ordering the cheaper cutr  ind (2) to serve smaller quantities ~bf  neat at meals by substituting   foodi  ���������hat are jut-1 as tasty, just   as   nu  .ritious, and in every way as satisfj  ng, but considerably lessN expensive.,  Of course, we cannot deny that the"  o-called "best" cuts of meats deservt  hat title, but when r. woman is com  jwlled to bring the cost of her tablt  vithin the bounds of an ordinary al  owance, some of the niceties of life  nust, for the moment, be disregarded.  U such times it is only necessary to  !���������Western Call ��������� W C J / ��������� .   -emember that meals, to be nutritions jother, butshould run down diagonally  lo not have to come from the most ������back and forth across the under side  of the braid. In some braids *v'".method of stitching the wire will form  little points or stfikes at regular intervals which will make the band douoly  attractive.  These bead braids can be purchased in almost any color desired or at  any rate'can be found with some beads,  in the-design that will be of correct  color for the gown.  Iri the method pf arranging the hair,  n the present dav there is a deplorable untidiness that every girl should  strive to overcome.   It is all very, well  for, the hair to be soft and loose about-  Noodles. tlie ^e������ ^ut thJ8 flhould' not necessi-  c n���������   ���������  ���������,��������� M-rv Jate loiig'Btrand8 of hair falling down  Noodles made as follows  are al-o . ������ <  jxpensive cuts. Sotae oi the cheaper  juts give proportionately a fat greater  imount of strength, and, so. long as  :hey are juicy and well-flavored, they  nt ke an excellent substitute. A small <  -.ender chuck steak, after being well  jounded, is most appetizing when  jToiled, while meats, that are less ten-  ier can- have all the "toushness"  jlfminated by being subjected to a  process of lonfe, blow cooking, like that  jf the casserole, and when cooked with  vegetables and well-seasoned the^-lqse  all their objectionable qualities.  >**************^y.'**������*'**   *******<^<r**************.'^*\  van s  }��������� ���������     ' i -  |     Photographic  | Supplies\  I New stock of Cameras, Papers and 'i  i[ Chemicals at the  1 INDEPENDENT \t DRUG STORE  } (LePatourel & McRae)  I Cor. 7th Av. & Main St.      Phone 2236  JNH"l"t"M"t"l"t-l"I"M"l"l-l"l"l"l"t"l"t"l"t"S  .v.v.X������<~X'������������������H'<^������8N������.i.li..t..|i.|ii|i|l,^,|.4}  THE NEW WINDSOR 8TREET STATION.  ;ood, either with chicken or with beef:  1 Beat an egg.slightly, but, do not let  It foam.   Salt it to season the dough,  and then' work in all the flour  the  over the eyeB in a way which suggests, nothing but a Skye~ terrier ,'ptip,'  who! at least, has the excuse that the  tl"h*.,yy;ould   Mind   him' without  this'  J   x    . ,      ���������      diI������I protection..   If thia  fashion  persists  egg can be made to take up.     Place     ���������  M the-^ lfj. every likelihood  the dough on the mixing-board and | ...   ^  ' The new Windsor Street station of  the Canadian Pacific Railway'at Mon  treal is being carried to completion  The extensions on Windsor and' St. An  tolne streets ��������� are practically flnishei  so far as the superstructure is concern  ed, and it is likely that the steel wort  of the towner will be finished by the  beginning of June. Up to date, nearl:  5,000,0001b. of steel has been erectec  by the Dominion Bridge Compan,  which has this portion of the contract  When the building Is completed the  C. P. R. will have one of the largest  stations on the continent, and. it i  claimed, the highest building in  the  British Empire.  *   *    *  IMMIGRATION. ^  are very rough, dangerous, and hilly in]  parts, but they will be greatly improved shortly. <  knead in flour until it   is   stiff   and  smooth, then roll out as thin as pos-  of Its adherents Boon having.to >be led  about by a leading string'themselves,'  , then rou out asa       ������ v* ^ q. ^ can    they    8ee  sible.   Let. the sheet dry for a time ^ ^ ^ ^^     ReMy  but roll it up into ���������������������>*������"������* g^ lt is poBsible to arrange the hair in a  dry enough to break. .Slice from thfe ^^^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^  end and shapfe into strings. The cQmin wlth theoaid ot a few ..lnviB.  thinner the dough Is rolled and tje^, ^ ^ M       ta  finer It is cut the more delicious the^ [M neceBBary ftnd keep lt,from dls.  noodles will be. figuring the pretty shape ot the fore-  Like the dumplings, these must, be ^ templeB  kept boiling, not_simmering, for fifteen (  minutes.  Noodles are also good without meat.  Boil in salted water'fifteen minuteB  and drain.   Put in rather a deep pan,  seasoning with-Bait and pepper, and  pour over them enoughs sweet milk  to cover.    Over the top grate .cheese  to the dept of halt an inch; cover  and bake   one hour,   removing ' the  cover tho last fifteen minutes  Propriety of ������,L������ce Veil for a Younfl  '    * Girl. J"  At what age is it correct for a  young girl to wear a lace veil?  In France young girls never wear  lace veils. It is thought that their  fresh young faceB do not need them,  and that it 1b well to mark the difference between youth and middle life  by-certain dlfferences-in-dreBs.~_:With  us there Is only the restriction of the  good taste of the young "girl hers .If  or her mother.  Some of ,the new dress shoes are  made of satin covered with gold and  silver lace with gold .or silver heels to  match. c  -i    r. ���������,  '.   /  t.", i  >^������M<MM^WMMM>.^MMV ********** .<M*������*******ft*************^ >  Mount Pleasant Livery;  NEW-STABLES-       - ���������"'.'"��������� "���������     NEW EQUIPMENT  -    t     PHONE 845  2545 HOWARD STREET  HACKS, BROUGHAMS, SURREYS,  SINGLE AND DOUBLE DRIVERS.  Night Orders promptly attended to.  ������������������'I'***** I������1 ��������� I������!������1 ������������������! *l * I* I****** I*!������!������������������ I **9*9*****9***  W   I DCDDV Paper Hanger, Painter  !   Hi Ji I Llllll      and Decorator  ������������ I   o SPECIALIST in all kinds of Interior and Decor-1  ative Work, Churches, Schools, etc,       : +  j; 2022 Main Street  Moderate charges       %  Estimates given      V.4  .'���������'     ai A)  .   a^ .. m. A.*. . m. .In-, . j^- .   ���������   'iAi'iAi'iIi'  ti'   r.i*   *   *   -   . J. ...M... ^a..  ' 'AW ������^^^^^rl^w . W . VT^^-. w .W ��������� W . W . mr ������. V W .'W 'fW^^^\  HAIR ORNAMENTS FOR GIRLS.  Simplicity rules in the arrangement  of the hair for all yo-ine HrR an-'  while tbe braid or twist 1b still tied  witn rtDbons, no"turcicr adornauoi<  must be contemplated. For the college girl, however, and a girl at hei  college "prom," there are some novel  ornamentations of ribbon and flower  that are delightfully Mmple and girl  ish in effect, and sure to be becoming  if carefully adjusted. Most of these  ornaments a girl can easily faBbion  for herself.  With the hair worn ln a Grecian  knot.at the-back of the heal & flat  hand of velvet ribbon about two inches in width held firm by fine wire ano  finished at each end with a little clus  ter of tiny rosebuds or of fora;et-me-  nots will be extremely pretty. A piece  of ribbon about half a yard long is  needed for this ornament, for it does  not entirely encircle the knot, but is  pinned to the hair with' the flowers  on the right side, slightly higher u\<  on the head and more to the front  than the flowers on' the left side,  which are fastened in close against  the knot.  , Velvet ribbon is generally more fce  coming in the hair than satin ac  taffeta, but If the right color for the  dreBB, cannot- be found in velvet of  course ';the* others will serve. This  ornament will probably be more effective carried out in two light "shades'  than if both flowers and ribbon exactly match. With a gown of pale  blue trimmed with, artificial flowers  the velvet is best in blue, with the  flowers the same as those adorning  Will not always be ������ baby. Bettt r  have a picture of it whilst it is a  baby. , And when you are about it,  have a good one���������not/ one* of those  tawdry postjeard things. The place  to go to is  WELFORD'S"  at the MT. PLEASANT STUDIO on  BROtDWAV at the corner of MAIN ST  PHONE  L5484  During March and April the.Cana  dian Pacific-Railway carried 50,000 im  migrants westward from the port of St  I John, New Brunswick.   The amount o  money brought to Canada by these peo  pie is calculated at over $10,000,000. A  ^one boundary point alone, North Por  I tai, Saskatchewan, settlers from ths  I United States have this spring brought  into Canada effects valued at $6,000.  000,  exclusive  of  their   actual   casl  assets.  BRITISH SHIPPING RETURNS  The tonnage of vessels entered a(  ports in the United Kingdom from fo;  eign countries and British possession  with cargoes, during the four months  January-April, amounted to 12,685,47  tons; and the tonnage cleared to 18  490,346 tons, aa against 12,200,494 ton  entered and 17, 538,232 tons- clearei  during the four months Januiry-Apn  1910.   With regard   to   the   coaBtlm  trade the tonnage entered with ca:  goes during the four months, January  April 1911, amounted to 10,384,658 tonr.  and the tonnage cleared to 10,244,73  tons as against 10,314,811 tons enterc  and 10,177,347 tons cleared during tht  'corresponding period of 1910.  *   *   ���������  TWO YEAR8 COAL EXPORTS.  DOES THE  SMALL PRINT  Trouble you when you are Reading, then it's time to see about  your   eyes.  OUR SIGHT-TESTING METHODS ARE THOROUGHLY  UP-TO-DATE  and the Lenses  we give  vare Ground to Suit the  Spherical Defects of  tse eye  Our  Style of  Mountings Consists  of the Very Latest on  The Market.  GEO. G. BIGGER  , OPTICIAN .  '143 Hastings St.,  A White-paper  just   issued   show;  hat the grand, total, of. coal_exporte_  from ports in the United iKngdora to  countries abroad in 1909 was 63,070,7b  tons, and in 1910 62^085,476 tons. The*  vere increased shipments to all pari  of Africa, Arabia, Persia and Aden, bv  a decrease in the coal Bent to the I:  dian Continent. China, Japan, Austra.  isia, Canada, the United Suites an-  ports of Central and South America  On the other hand there were increas  ed shipments to many parts of Sout  America. In 1909,19,713,907 toni wert  -hipped as bunker coal for ships' us  on foreign voyages, this figure in 191  being reduced to 19,525,735 tons. I.  1909 21,239,882 tonB were shippe.  coast wise from ports in the Unitei  Kingdom, and in 1910 21,676,715 tons.  *   *    ���������  MOTOR8 IN AFGHANISTAN.   '  Mr. Pat Stewart, whose lervicet  have been lent to the Amir of Afghan  .stan into British, territory through th  Khyber Pass and into Peshawar. It i  the intention, of the Amir to introduc  motor transport more widely ln his  kingdom, and it is in this direction tha  the services of Mr. Stewart have beei  requisitioned temporarily.   The road  CHEAP ELECTRIC 8ERVICE.      I  Toronto will light the homes of ita!  ���������itizene on the basis of a'combination  charge. A straight fee of ten cents  ,)er room per month will be supple  inented at a rate, of three dents peij  kilowatt hour for all electricity, That  is, the service charge for a nine-roon  ;d- house will be ninety cents peij  month, payable independent of an]  other- condition, except the customed  has notified the department 'that h������[  will not be using current during thai  time. If he uses, say forty kilowatt  hours permonth, he will pay for this  at the rate of three cents per unit, ol  U.20. The bill' for the month willf  therefore be $2.10.  Hydita-electric competition   has  -eady had  the effect of forcing thi  Toronto  Electric  Light  Company t������j  orego meter rent. The company no^  charges a flat rate of eight cents pe  Jlowatt hour.   In the case cited abov  vhere'a consumer used forty kilowa||  hours per month, the bill would, thei  fore, be $3.20, as compared with  :ity's charge of $2.10. It is obviou  that the percentage of saving increase  with the amount,of current used. Thu  sixty kilowatt hours in a nine-rooma  house would mean a bill of $2.70 froj  the city, as against $4.80 from th  company..  ��������� ���������   *  SHEEP RAISING.  Prom an authority it is learned tl  the total holding of sheep in Queer,  lancl haB increased from 10 mllliotj  in (the year 1900 to 21 millions in 191  rhe replacement of cattle with she  is Btill going on.  The quantity ot wc  available for the Brisbane sales mtj  therefore, be expected to steadily  crea3������.   Ten years ago the total nu  ber of bales sold in Brisbane dui  he season was 12.352.   For the tweJJ  months ended February 28 last  uncover  \\as  Ib5,-ii5   bales,  so tt  Brisbane may be regarded as havil  taken its place permanently as o|  it the  large wool-gelling - centres  Australia.    The  total  production  _wool in Australia for the year endjl  luneTSOT T9I1, is" estimateijvat"T,975j  >ales-, as compared' with the actual  mt of 1, 921,705 bales in the previc  year.  * ���������   *  BANKING PROGRESS.  . Twenty   years   ago   the   Canadfj  chartered banks had between them  branches in the whole of Canada.  :hese there were 26 only west' of  Superior; 231 in Ontario, 60 in Quel  and 85 in Maritime Provinces.   At  cloqe of   last   year   the   number  branches in the parirle provinces  British Columbia had risen to 823J  Ontario to 952, in Quebec to 367,  in the Maritime Provinces to 178  total of 2321.   It will be noticed tl  western Canada has now more tt  >alf as many branches as the Easttj  Provinces.  TRINITY METHODIST CHURCI  Seventh Avenue E?st, between ?j  'rive and Victoria Drive.  Pastor���������Rev. A.   M.   Sanford,   B]  B.D.     Public Worship, Sunday, -ll'  a.m. and 7:00 p.m.;  Sabbath Set  9:45 a.m. during summer months,  week rally on Wednesday at 8:00 p.i  a*aiaosamma9S9a9sasasas9sam*  PROF. COWAN  EXPERT TEACHER of Violin, Mandolin, Guitar, Banjo, Authoharp and.  Zither. Twenty Private lessons  $7.00. No class lessons   Musicians supplies of every description.  I'S UP-TO-DATE MUSIC STORE  MLfWMminster Avenue near 7t\  ^���������MiSimNNMMftMiM  WMni*MSJOT<MMMM������Ma<MMMI i     -~        "    a k,, .'. . - y^SY-<4  /,  /���������  THE WESTERN CALL  ^******.l'.l~."Z'********'.--*'.".'V**  TORONTOI  J ������ FURNITURE   STORE |  J  3334 Westminster Avenue.  j ? We are receiving daily J  tl    New Spring Goods    i  ff    4J. - *'���������  i ������ We aae showing some !f  .������ nifty lines in Dressers, X  '������ Buffets,   Dining  Room X  X Sets. x  ������  J  This is where you get a square ������  de  A complete line of  Linoleums, Carpet Squares, etc.  Drop in and inspect our goods.  leal.  M. H. COWAN  .;.4~.x..:..x������:-X"HMt**<"t">w^������X"^H������:<  Piano Tuning  Expert R^epair Work  Factory Experience '  Best References .  W. I. GOARD.  OOUIHOY/OODEA8T  Leave your ordeto at the Western Oall  ','  If it is        '       '  Firsst-Class  SHOEMAK-  IN(i and SHOE RBRAIR-  yon want, goto- '-',  PETERS & CO.  2M l Westminster Ave.      k  (Near Broadway)  We guarantee our worn to be as good  as any in the city.  Young u  THE JUNGLE  we Assume no responsibility for  the untruths which lie here.  Great   Expectations.     . Reassuring^���������He���������"Good-night, dear.  "Where   are   you going   with that'We mu6t not kiss or you vjould.take  goat, little boy?" N ,my cold"     '     ' I  "Down to tne lake.    Come along if      She���������"Nevr mind���������I can pass it on.'"  CASH Grocers  and  Provision  flerchants ������  THE STORE  THAT SAVES  ,YOU MONEY  you wanter see some fun. This here  goat has jest et a crate of sponges,  an' I'm goin' down an' let him drink."  ���������Toledo Blade.5'  Distracting.  "What drove the lady exchange editor crazy?"  "Reading of bargains in cities a  thousand^miles away."���������Toledo Blade.  His Limitations.  "Is that man" a bill'collector?" said  the new clerk.  "He may be ln some places," replied  the messenger boy, "but not in this  office."���������Washington Star.  JAS,   GILLOTT  SASH   AND   DOORS  Wood Turning and General Mill Work  loij) TielVilleStr.  '��������� ��������� -' Phdne 2745  raarovraBiAv  MT.- PLEASANT CHURCH  Cor. Ninth Ave/ and Quebec St.  I1 Sunday Services���������Public worship at 11  aim. and 7:00 p.m., Sunday School and  Bible Claas at 2:30 p.m.   > ^  Rev. J. W. Woodside, M.A., Paator-   ,  170 Ninth Ave. W.   Tela. B3948.,  , ' WESTMINSTER CHURCH ���������   '     ,  I Cor  Wei ton and 2������th'.    One Mock east  i B������rvk!������a-������und*tY'ir:00  am.  and, 7-.S0  pTait Sundiy School, 2:80. ,,     >.  Rev. J. H: Cameron, B.A., P������tor -'  '   Residence. Cor.1 Qeubec and 21nt. t  Our business has  grown from small  beginnings to its  present proportions  wholly on the merit  of our goods.    .   ~  " WE  About All.  Bride���������Were you very much embarrassed, dear, when you proposed to  me?  > Hubby���������Only abbut $100,000, love.���������  Variety Life.     L -  ���������London Opinion.  'what  you  Up Against It.  "John," asked Mrs.' Dorkins, '  ���������   a 'political con game'?"  "Why, it's���������it's   a    frame-up,  know."  "Yes, but what is a frame-up?"  "A���������er���������piece of bunk, of  course;  can't you "  * 'iWhat la a piece of bunk?"  "Oh, shucks!" exclaimed Mr. Dor  kins. "What's the use trying to tell  a woman anything about politics!"���������  Chicago Tribune.  mtnf *  MT. PLEASANT BAPTIOT^JHURCH ,  Cor 10th Ave. and Quebec St   v  li 8. Everton, B.A., Tastor  l\ 850 13th Ave. E.  Preachlnc  Services���������11   a.m.   and   7:30  *C p.m.   jgundax School .at. J :30 p.m.  CENTRA^ BAPTIST CHURCH  Coh 10th Ave. and Laurel St  IServlcea���������Preaching at 11 a.m and 7^30  p.m.     Sunday  School  at   2.30  p.m.  Rev. prcitfton Parken M.A., Pastor  /��������� ������ The Important Thing.  We'can understand the ease with  which a fool and his money are parted, hut what puzzles us ls how 'the fool  got the money to part with.���������Cleveland Plain Dealer. l  ,       Dangerous.      ���������< ' i  ' Willis^-He calls himself a human  dynamo.  , GilliB.���������No wonder;    everything ne  has on is charged.���������Judge.  More Than  One.  Her Dad���������Wo, sir; I won't have my  daughter tied for life to a stupid fool.  Her Suitor���������Then don't you think  you'd better let me take her oft your  hands?���������Boston Transcript.  .���������""""'Slightly Mysterious. '  A Boston girl who was watching a  Sedgwick County farmer milk a cow  adjusted her glasses and said: "It is  all Very plain except that I don't understand how you turn it oft."���������Kansas  City Journal'. ���������> '< v  2***************9********* *************************a  7'7  o  it  O  O  O  o  4>  G. E. McBride  & COMPANY  !  Is Headquarters for  i Screen Doors cmM  Windows  X-  THE  Bungalow-Inn  ,1748 *PARK DBIY^  Ice Cream Parlor.    CQnfectioneryJand  1 Stationery. .y^  Everything First Class. '  ^  t       i'>  - ��������� Y' 'By an Alumnus.,. t.  Ball���������What ia silence?   -  Hall-1���������The college yell of the BChopl  of experience.���������Harper's Bazaar.    ������  SERVE"  '       ' Scriptural.     '      j   ^"  , "A coiihtrVSrlcar dlscovereCnot long*  ago that one of his mkle servants #as  in the habit of stealing his potatoes1.  Happening across the bishop', the vicar  tnentioned the fnatter, and asked his  lordship's advice.'  "Well," replied the bishop, "of  bourse you must-remember'-whit the  Bible says, '11 any man takes away  thy coat, let him have thy cloak'atao.'"  '   IfHTHOSIfT  \VT. PLEASANT CHURCH '  11 Cor. 10th Ave. and Ontario  Wervlces���������Preaching at  11  a.m.   ana  at  ���������*Togp.ii    Sundiy  School  and  Bible  Class at 2:30 p.m.  -   W. Lashley HaU, B.A.B.D.. Pastor  rarsonaBe,  123  Eleventh  Ave. W.nupJu  ptwonaite; 123 llth Ave. W.   Tele. 3<24  EvensonK at 7:30 p.m. each Sunday.  SM9X*%0SM i  ST. MICHAEL'S CHURCH  Cor..������th Ave. and Prince Edward St.  Services���������Morning Prayer at 11 am.  Sunday School and Bible Class at 230 p. m.  Evenins Prayer at V8D p..m.    ���������..-._  Holy Commumon every Sunday at 8 a. m.  "andlit and 3rd Sundays at UWa. m-  -  Rev. O. H. Wilson, Rector  lector" Cor. 8th Ave. and Prince Ed-  ward St.    Tele. L3543.  IEOROANIZED CHURCH OF CHRIST  1370 10th Avenue. Bast.  ServlcesJ-Every   Sunday   evening  at   S  o'clock.   8unday School at 7 o'clock.  L McMULLEN. Eldue   TATDsrswoMA^owsa o������ o������������-  r*u>ows  MT. .PLEASANT LODGE NO.  1������  If Meets  every  Tuesday  at  3  P-m'.ii������  l.OO.F.   Hall,   Westminster   Ave..   Mt.  jneuaiit    So/oumlng brethren cordially  Invited to attend.  W. F*McKM������le. V. a.. 462 10th avenue  kant.  87 8ewell, Rec. Secy., 481 7th avenue  FlMt.  COURT VANCOUVER ^O. USI  M������ata Slid and 4th Mondaira of eaeh  ���������*!S*at 8 p.m. in the 0<ld?#i4 *-"  ... Plei  tlcome  at 8 p.m.in the 0<ldtS*l������w������' Hall,  t. Pleasant.   Visiting brethren always  H. Hanklna. Chief Ranger.        ;   ^_  M. J. Crehan, Rec. Secy., 837 Prlnceaa  ^A.^Pen������elly. Fin. Secy.. 237 llth Av. E.  ; Qur reputation is  built on honor ap4  *  prucjence. We buy  the best &n<i thus  please our many  patrons.  Our m Ml  To get the benefit of our specials,  come on Friday  and Saturday.  KOYAZ. OBMlVCU &OMM  . MT. PLEASANT V. O. L. NO 1843 .  Meets the lat and, 3rd Thursdaye of  ,ach month at 8 p.m. In the K. of P. Hall..  ^11 visiting brethren cordially welcome.  H. Birmingham. W.M.. 477 7th Ave.  st-7'7���������-- "':'^'.':. ������������������   '��������� 7  ?C.--M. Howes, Sec,  393   10th  Ave.  ���������t ���������������������������/���������. ���������������������������".i: -7.-"':'7  TREE PRUNING  fruit shade and ornamental by  one who knows how. Y  ;:.'>;,s^MiTH(.7yy/  550 Seventh ave. East  rs. H. Thomas  ICATERNITr NURSE  ;  Terms Moderate.  and Seacombe Roads  Grocers   and  Provision Merchants  NOTE THE ADDRESS  Cor. 26th & Main  DR. R. INGRAM  Physician   and,, Surgebn  Office and Residence *7 i  StSlTE A. WALDEN BUU4������,G  ^^5th Ave. and Main St; *  <>  <������  *t  >>  ��������� ���������  ��������� *  Also the  Sherwin-Williams Paint I  Made to Paint Buildings with.  4'*  O  4>   '  Cor. 16th Ave. and Main Str.  4>  *  *  i  ���������- t  ������A    \r.  It,  Branch Store;  f Corner Fraser and Miles"Avenufes i;  ^HONE 2853; "  y ,      ;;  ��������� *"'      , ������������������' ��������� I-   ,'     > i".^������. ���������' * > * *  **********************+*** ~ +***********i*t<9 111 91������19* >  ���������-in nr. TiVtr"       - *>��������� t ��������� " , W'yifl it' -,'i^'    -    '' '-��������� - ;"^>^T '^^rw  9*99**********************'************  Pretty Quick.   >  He���������But couldn't you learn to love  me, Anna?  She���������I don't think I could, Harry.  He (reaching f6r his hat)���������It is as  I feared���������you are too old to learn.���������  Harper's Bazaar.  ��������� -r Au Re voir.  If you are feeling down-hearted, tell  your story to a fat man and get bim  to crying about it. If the team rolling  down his vast expanse of cheek fail to  make you laugh, you know where the,  river is.���������Atchison Globe.  THE DEPREDATING. HEN.  MISS  Dressmaker  Suite Specialty Terms reasonable  Ue andtlSeacomfre foaffe  Ihe HOUSE  *m***m*������y*****mmmm.  <   <i������i'\  PHONE  7032  Of all the things in nature that afflict  ' -  the sons of men, ���������      ,.  There is nothing that I know of beats  ,   the depredating hen;  It you see a wild-eyed woman firing  brickbats from'the shed,  You can bet a hen has busted up hei  little flowerbed.  She plunders and she scratches, she  cackles and she batches,  And' forty thousand cowboys couldn't  keep her in a pen.  She was sent on earth to fret us, to  excoriate the lettuce;  She's a thoro'-going nuisance, is the  ' depreciating heu.      /  1 threw a brick and missed her, as she  hustled out my beans,,  But Julius Caesar's statue was smash-  ied to smithereens;  I saw her digging rifle-pits where I'd  -    put my pansies in,  I fired a good-sized rock and bit my  hired man on the shin.  She busts all bounds and shackles, she  giggles and she cackles,  She makes me say some earnest things  I haven't time to pen.  I never used bad language, but now  I'm filled with anguage.  Alas!: I've broke the record,,thro' that  ���������depredating hen.  But now. thro'out my cabinet there  7 floats a pleasant smell,  And the reason for that perfume isn't  hard to tell;    ,; Y  For when I rose/this morning, saw  my cabbage-bed a wreck,  I caught that depredating   hen   and  flercelyyyru^iher neck;  I hear her flzzYa������d crackle, no more  she'll scraUfc and cackle,  Or make my aipnBer garden look like  .-��������� some/byeiu^!d������iiL;Y7  She far too 1������^.'has bossed me, she  - far too inachThas cost ne,  I'll eat at luacheosttlme to-day a han-  F, T. VERNON  The Leading Store for  Hay, Grain and Chop Feed  Poultry Supl������riMySpwliOty. ~~"  Holly and Diamond Cblck fm  V  Broidwty sni Wcstnioster Road  PHONE 1637  J  *************************  I The best stock of ARMS, .  II AMMUNITION,    CUTLERY, \.  ;' and SPORTING GOODS can';  ��������� ������ ������  ;; be found at the store of '  > *  I Chas. E.lisdaM \  ;       618-620 Hastings St.       j  II ��������� I ��������� 1911 ># It I ��������� I *l * i * 1***���������  KEELER'S NURSERY  Leave your order for  1, 2and3:yearsold.    PRCES RIGHT  Cor 15th Ave. & Main St.  PHONE R 21%  nOTtOTM.  *������tssox.vnom   or  dren-dolltx7l  -^THE KHAN.  I  The Plumbing business car-led .,.  MeaaTw. Kipp fc Montgomery, of 3030  Westminster Road, has been dissolved  by mutual consent. Mr. Montgomery  will continue tbe business in the old  stand.  Mr. Kipp is opening up business on  th������ corner of. Fifteenth. Avenue and  Humphrey Street, near Westminster  Road. " .    ���������        - * .    .  Air unfinished work, and any outstanding accounts, U assumed by Mr. Kipp.  Mr. Kipp's address U Hillcrest post  office. .-'     ���������  (Signed)    WM. D. KIPP.   , _  ^  (Signed)    S.   a   UONTOOMERT.  ���������V1  We have a Large-^&ortrh|it of all the  . '  Latest ana BSt Walfpapers  *m  W  Calls Answered DaV or Night    > j - ?.>    -       PHQNC  Wm.foqtt *Oo.  Dominion Undertaking: Parlor?  FiQiral llrwtow m tmWmsn, SsicIods CnipsI nd Rect������tl������i |ss������,  802 Broadway, W. Vancouver, \i. C.  ������ata&J?aHryJI^^  Wedding & Birthday Cakes a Specialty  soalh Vancouver Bakery, GEORGE BERBINfi, fwp  t  *** *********,i*****mi14111 <. >  B.C. Stock  and Poultry Food Co.  Manufacturers of CONCENTRATED POULTRY FOODS  99  A  99 ������������������  We specially       gg Mfmgmam   0  recommend our       : ���������w'm.*a\f*mm;���������. w <  and the complete Foods  *' Vigor E. ami E. C.  As unexcelled for Egg Laying and Chicken Raising purposes.  ;;  WE SELL fHE "BOSTON POULTRY DRY fttO HOPPER" \\  Try our  "ZANOLEUM," an absolute  tested germicide antiseptic disinfectant.  34 Dufferin, E. Vancouver, B. C.  PHONE 5297  t4..1.lMtilM������i|.4"H"l"H-4"l"M"t"M"l"l"t"t"8- **************************  OZONE  FOR THE TUBE.  Air as pure as that on mountain tops  will shortly be found1 on the Central  London Railway. London's second  oldest tube. It has been decided that  each of the fourteen stations on the  twopenny tube shall have its own air-  cleaning plant, and more than 80.000,-  000 cubic feet of air slightly charged  ������*>. i> ��������� fy^> j  On  V>-t '7''^?  r   l,"\?  I71     L  ... v^\i  j .)'������, ������o 41  <srkjd  ^ >.7SS  " <k>-km  J"'  Y'i'"'!  '  <r      a. '������*!  ,    n j t   ������  "-iKA  7 -.- irjl  &  +>  1 Ck  '    A. f-  s\ - '���������  u'Y-  >kJ*' :  ���������   -Y   u'  ' > "7C"  i  and the lungs of the passengers. The  purifying element to be used is electricity, and the process will be that  of the ozonair system, which is based  on the fact that the electrical dischaFg-  es of a thunderstorm are large producers of ozone, which is, of course,  the great air purifier. The whole system will be in operation in September.  Details have already been settled for  three stations���������Oxford-circus,   Totten-  with  ozone   (electrically  generated)  will be daily supplied to fill the tube, ham Court Road and Bond Street  '<M  1      iz-kit  -. -Mpm  *    -   K$\  - .    { * 1  "x.    1^-     * *  *- I  . * v . ���������  'yv'y^i  Ai        I ^T    A.  l^k.r\  ���������A. 'S'     '  -���������V '<{K\  ; 'y-4|  ' "-   *f.Y  ' 7%H  v "4  s  ' Y7L  . ^-1  '<rl  ���������^     -V  lU.  'fi  k^kkk i,������tt,^x*irar^w������i^������,i|j������ai4j--tii.VB**2^-- *JAiif������*W V i-J> j j   U'.j'1iiis������Mjj-jaii*.^tjif-i ia * tu-*-.>���������������*��������� ftwv c^jm  \  ������"     !      "  THE WESTERN CALL.  8-  i V-  ���������Vi v  TRY  FOR  Hot Weather Foods  JUNCTION  JOTTINGS.  has    an    up-to-date  The  Junction  stove-maker.  Rev. W. M. Elliott, B.A., and family,  of Grace Methodist church have moved into the new parsonage and are enjoying the change.    ���������  Business increases with assuring re1  gularity at the Junction.  Eagle & Hazlett are busy handling  real estate at Fifteenth avenue. See  them smile?  We have the  Best   Strawberries  FRESH EVERY DAY.  Ripe Pineapples \  Sweet Juicy Navel Oranges  Lemons  Extra Choice Table Apples  Bananas  Cherries  Cucumbers  Lettuce  Green Onions  Radishes  Ripe Tomatoes  Home Cooked Prepared Meats  COME AND SEE US, or  Ring up Phone L 2393  The BROADWAY  TABLE SUPPLY  3tS BROAD WAV, EAST  H. Harford   >  c  Day & Vincent are busy blacksmiths.  All day the Junction enjoys the music  of their hammers and anvils.  Cufcon's Grocery is known to everybody at the Junction. They have the  goods and know how to sell them. New  patrons keep coming.  The Electric Laundry on Twentieth  avenue recently changed hands. Good  work is sure to bring success.  Dress-making and Millinery keeps  Miss Hicks busy from morning until  night.  A much-needed want at the Junction  Is met in the opening'of a sheet-metal  works. Builders will appreciate this  new addition to our business equipment.  Mrs. Hazlett; accompanied by her  daughter. Miss Julia, is going east to  visit her mother and friends. We wish  them a safe and enjoyable trip.  Cochrane *% Elliott, energetic men  of-large experience are kept-busy'at  their grocery store 15th avenue. They  do business in a business way.  If you wish a good   delicious  c?������am ,������oda go-to the Junction Pharm  str. .  j I u n i n 1111111 n n r ���������t-t-*,aa *4������m^^^^^^<hH^,^^^,**,m***;  ! IN   THE   PRICE   OF   GA5:.  ������     ;:-Song  , Viss Willis  Great  Ommilngmb*ut 29er/**pr Thoummnd  Miss Keir is putting out some pretty  summer dress. She has the art ot  pleasing. The Junction gives her  hearty support.  pastry  and  ice-cream.    Lunches  are  served from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.  Harold'Boscott, youngest son of Mr.  and Mrs. i Boscott, corner of Victoria  Drive and Third ..Avenue.' was one. of  the first boys in Vancouver tp enter  the Canadian cruiser "Rainbow" service. He is now on a trip to the old  land and is one of a party to represent the Canadian Navy at the coronation.  Cedar Cottage Presbyterian Church  ���������Rev. J. C. Madill, pastor. Rev. H.  Sarrar will preach at both .services.  Sunday school and Bible Class at 2:30  p. in. -     " >.  ' Dr.' F.  N.  Robertsou   recently  rived 'in  South Vancouver from  tt  Boundary country, and has establishe  his office at the northwest corner  Fraser and Forty-fifth avenue.  The school children are revelling in  Junction Park pleasures. The people  are prospectively enjoying the music  to be dispensed from the new bandstand.  The Western Call is the most popular newspaper -in this section of the  city.  CENTRAL PARK NEWS.  The Cricket Club ln connection with  the Church of England MenB* Society  of St. John's Church, held their first  practice on Tuesday evening and from,  the number and class of the players  the club will be able to hold their,  own with any amateur team. They  will practice regularly on Tuesday and  Thursday evenings, as well as Saturday afternoons. \ - <  ice-H                        ���������  On Thursday evening a very enjpy-  able Ice-Cream Social and Concert, under the ausbices of the Presbyterian  Church was" given in the Agricultural  Hall, the following program; being rendered: , 7,  Piano Selection ........... Miss Wllbers  Song ".. .Mrs. puff Stuart  Recitation  f:Mr. Millar  Song IMrs. $<eMesurier  "Piano Selection Mr.' F. Alexander  < ���������  The British Gds and light Co., Lid.  < >   has been incortwrated ifor the* purpose of iupplyiwr a *mple, ef. ;;  *   fectfve invention for making gas.,  It is the       -   .    ,  Wofderofth^Age  The, tank Is simply^ out <^f doors untterne*^ tbe ground  *b*rg3 with SSol; the machine iteeW\* (toriIn the bwement,, *r���������  ���������S/wher*     It % operated hy weight. Wo^tag wtoroatjcijly,.  mnufiSiring th������ gw only <* you use it, whether it is one hfht or  TB^85 j& l������ Sea*. W free from poi8op,Nthe very heat gaa  ������r cooking. UgbtWtf ttbeatirtg.   ��������� Th������e pUwtt makem at the  Mr. Carter, of William Street and  Cotton Drive has been laid up for  about two weeks with an attack of  the grippe.  You are always sure of a square deal  at the Grandview Hardware Co., 1921  Park Drive. They keep a-^full line of  builders' and household hardware, alBO  stoves, paints and oils. They study to  serve their patrons well.  J. A. Gieschen, of 1704 Graveley. St.,  cleans, presses and repairs ladies' and  gentB' garments. This is .a reliable  house.  Call    9533  .. East Side..  Publtei Market  ' The Grandview ratepayers' Association met at 1887 Venables Street on  Monday evening.  ��������� 'Knight Bros., corner of Park Drive  arid Eleventh Avenue have a well established reputation for high quality  groceries at very moderate; prices.  Phone 5326.     , ^ .  '''Mrs E. ' Odium and son, Arthur,  speni i* few days , laat week visiting  friends 1n Victoria.  * 'Flynn1 Bros., proprietors Of-the grocery store at 1464 Broadway East-feive  evidence of skill and taste. This large  store is full of first class groceries yet  dOM-not'seem to be crowded: Ice-  cre&m*nd~ confections are a si,de line  ',M  6j  for  Compare thte with what,������ you are now  rate of 26c per thousand  V? $1.50t6$2#0  1075 Qranville St. ; ��������� Vancouver, B. C.  Intermission.  Violin Selection .../..Mrs. Duff Stuart  Song, .lv..;. .M. Alexander, Sr.  Song ./...."*. : Miss' Styles  'heading- . ��������� vl' \. Miss George  Song ..... ^....^....... v)An. Hicks  Song . .C". ��������� ������j>  .'.Mrs. Kerr  . Tb������ pastm-, Rev. T^B. P������-wo& was  in the chair. "' '!- \ ���������U 'J������ ." '-"���������'  Loyal Orange fcOOae No; 1727 'held'  I aeir regular meeting on Tuesday even-  ling in the Bingay HMfc - This Lodge W  making rapid progress, hardly *,meeting going by, but there are several'new  members Initiated. Every 6ran*^ Brother is cordially Invited to attje|[4, any  ot tbeir meetings^  ''tiMr* copies of the5 "Western Call"  can be secured* at .the office1 Of Prof. B.  Odium. 1542 Park Drive/        '>.  0     '���������.iV-i ;  .i    rt KX.  Woodland Drive and Venables St.  ���������s k i  4   )l  -Mark C. Gilchrist, 1744 Patkibrive,  Tecently added * men's tallorijng 4*-  partment, wher������.men can geV^a anit  made Ato th*ir measurement at less  than readymade of equal quality.  -YMlss Marian Pisber, whose heme is  on SaHftmry Drive is In the- hospital  being treated for appendicitis.,    ,.   '  "inininuiiiii mt tint ii������ * * * * * * 't' *** * * * * ** **** * 'i **'}  S pkgs. Post Toasties  Cream of Wheiat, per pkg.  Shredded Wheat, ^ 2 pkg^...  Lyle's Syrup, per tin   Best Peaches, '.large tins...  >t������������������������t������*W*M+������*������i������>������>*������ **************************  I! MOUNTAIN VIEW UROC^RY 1  BOPWBI-L HOAP  Specials for Week-Commencing JwHe42 th  3 pkgs. Toasted Com Flakes -��������� 25c ,jj  -      -      ��������� J       : ) 25c %   ;.20c   .-. -..25c   ��������� 15c   ������oc  Pine Apple, 3 tins - * ^c t  R. G. JUSTASON; Prop.  -   \  + GOODS PROMPTLY DELIVERED. \  J99***t>*****4te****4>*****tZ* ****<&>*******************<  On Saturday last the' Robson Memorial Base-ball team from Cedar .Cottage, and tbe West Burnaby team played a match on the grounds of Mr. Silver, t Keefers Station, the Cedar Cottage team proving the victors, on Saturday, June 17th the teamB will plby  another rtatch when the' Wtfst "^Bjurna-  by team hopes to change tne score.'  Next Saturday, June 10th, the' team  Is going to Langley to play the Lang-  ley team, they are practicing regularly  and should be able to give a good account of themselves on that occasion.  The prize-liBt for'the fall fair of the  Central Park Agricultural Association  will-soon be-out,-a-post-card to-the  Secretary, F. E. Harmer, P. O. Box 235,  Central Park, B. C,  will "bring you  The Bungalow Inn, 1748 Park Drive  continues to prosper under tbe man'  agement of its competent'heed. After  listing the Ice-cream anil' iloda and  confections which are served, here, no  brie ever goes anywhere else.. C.������L,  ,. ,T,wo%l^tp:.be ^co5|T������tulaie$v,^ . V,  Delivery }u *'  *********** i���������i*  r&mn  tan������Mi^*  "lirr*. Mills, of 1145 Salsbury, Prlve1  has broken up housekeeping and with  her family has moved to Point Grey  for the summer.  BpwcottB' Grocery, corner olf Victoria ftHve and Third avenue has.'a steadily increasing volume of trade. Groceries, provisions, crockery, fruits,  bread and pastry are among the things  they carry in stock. *  ,..  GRANDVIEW GLEANINGS.  -  The Manitoba Hardware Co., 1714-  1716, Park Drive, leads all competitors  in their particular line. .    .  Mr. C. E. Knight, whose residence is  on the corner of Venables St. and Sals-  bury Drive, left for England last Saturday, on a' business trip.  ��������� Plumb'O-StewartYare opening .a ladies' and gent's tailor shop at 945 Park  Drive. They will carry a line of men's  and boys' furnishings; also alter, dye  ] and press BUits. ���������  Mr. E. F. Odlum���������of 1880" Grant street  went for a trip to the hot springs at  Harrison, B. C. Impaired health com-  nells relaxation from business for >&  time.  Stock  aUs        .,-1  Kitmwm^sm  ��������� UM-Moirfii7  Midtfiskn Stall       '���������  Candy and Soft Drinks Stall  \Z1r\7r  *Jf   ~,>\ a  ,*,*,*������*>*****���������*****:**'***������������������*'*'*������������������'***-**********i  ���������������  9******************1****** *****'l'*l'*'l'*********>V9*9*  We Have  4> ���������������������������  ���������   tt  An important and very Interesting  meeting of the W. M. S. of Trinity  Methodist Church was held last week,  j Mrs. W. C. Bradley presiding. Among  the speakera were Miss Preston of the  W. M. S. work among the Orientals of  Vancouver, and Mrs. Payne, President  of the Socity at Central Church, Me������-  Dames Giilard and Sanford sang a due.  with excellent effect.  ::  Good Drugs  T. I. Richmond reports larger sales  at the "Bazaar" than formerly. The  Btock of hammocks and croquet sets is  unusually large and incredibly cheap,  1513 Park Drive is the place to get  anything you want. J  Good Drugs means more than fresh drugs.        It means *  drugs that are both high grade and fresh. %  '   We are particular about the kind of drugs we offer our t  customers, so particular that our stock is an exceptional one %  in every respect. ������  I                                                   - V  If you are particnlar about quality we should get along *  well together.  We wish to be your druggist.  The Royal Pharmacy, corner Park  Drive and 'First Ave., buys and selle>  drugs to the advantage of their patrons.  The Buffalo Grocery, Corner of Park  Drive and Fourteenth avenue, continues to draw large trade by fair dealing  and good bargains.  The Ladies Aid and W. M. S. of  Grandview Methodist church 'held a  ulcnic at Stanley Park today (Thursday) . Tea vas served in the evening.  They had a most enjoyable time.  ,  Mrs. Thomas, 1710 Grant St., has returned from a month's visit in Victoria. ' .'     -  Grandview has been greatly benefited by the recent cleaning of a number  of its alleys.  While passing down Park Drive, we  can observe Grandview Ladies' and  Gents''Tailoring at 1015. On enterur  you can always sec Alex Crawford  busy and smiling.' He is a fine tailor  and* an entertaining talker.  CO.  17t4r-1716  FARK-JlRIVe1  " Miss>liri4ra _Boothroyd .of Agassiz is  the guest p������ ;Miss Winifred' Odium,  1362 Grant St.     i   ���������   '   '  1 Ernest E. Barker \  i* Chemist and Druggist '   " f  I Corner 28th Avenue & Main Street <  L PHONE 5197 !.j    W. J.1 Hoy's Bakery, 1530 Venables  ^^H^-^^^>*^4-HH-M^M." HH^WH+iWWWH^|sfreet,-&-it-tTie front for bread, cake,  At the last meeting of the Grandview  W. C. T. U., delegates were appointed  to the annual convention.  Smyth's "Bakery is known in Grand-  view at the "Clean Bake-shop." An inspection of the premises convinces  anyone that the name is well earned,  for everything is Scrupulously clean.1  Bread, cakes, i<es, ice-cream, 'sodas,  and milk are sold here. ��������� '  W. D. TTowler the proprietor of the.  First Avenue Grocery, 1706 First Avenue, -near Park Drive, compels confidence by his unassuming manner and  candid answers to all questions regarding his business. After getting your  confidence he keeps by the. fine quality  of his groceries which are the lowest  priced in the city.  Teapots,   Coffee   Pots,   Stfwpans,  Dishpans,  Bake Pans,  in fact, everything to be had in granite.  |     Premier and Colonial Granite  I QUALITY IS EXCELLENT  | Prices lower than Down Town. WATCH OUR WINDOWS. I  I "PHONE 8691  |        BRANCH STORE   COLLINGWOOD EAST  %$***&'&****************** ************  Rev. R. F. Stillman, of Grandview  Methodist Church spent Sunday last  in Chilliwack.  Mr. F. H. Cambridge, of Westminster  Junction^spent last week at the home  of a friend on Grant Street  *****SS*******************9******************99***i  DRY GOOODS  DRESSMAKING  MILLINERY  .   . * ?Y r tf .  Lessons Given in All'Kinds of Hand Painting  MISS HICKS     615, 15th Ave. E|  9*99*9********************************************* ./������  ���������:. THE WESTERN CALL  -> <> - n   . ��������� ,it.' ' vy^>'%m  -       A .    *   .4.   ���������' -     y* +rj . ������.���������  % i FISHER'S DRUG STORE " f n���������VW "  | Is now 5118 POST-OFFICE NOa W  \\        Sj Postal Notes issued;   registered letters anchparcels received;   a  g: stock-of .stamps; stamped envelopes, wrappers and post cards  fc' * ^ always on, hand.  i=        PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS OUR FIRST CONSIDERATION.  I FISHER'S  H r> r ug  E STORE  Night Bell  **     PHONE  3 4 8 9  Cor. Broadway  AND  Scott Street  3  3  w W*sW9jW*A\Ww9mw*\\m9l9\mW ffllWIIWIIfllfllllNllv  1 Celebrated Teacher of k<  Voice. Piano,. Organ. TeoW  mque and Qua't&fi^'^  v'  STUDIO:  1127 Granville St.  s    \        iiu a*-       j-      '���������Jf  MILtEIISE Wl N G  %V THE DAY  AIM At  1765 1st AVENUE, EAST  ALL KINDS OF NEEDLEWORK AND  r r., DRESSMAKING   t  Miss Copland  335, 15th Ave., W  VA *" *a  i>ii>  lllllllllllin ������i* ������  I ��������� >  I 4J I H}������������������|i|  t  >i������il������   III!  >n|   I  II  llllll  III  .?  s  Hie  t   i  -.  il  "t.  KEEPS IN THg LEAD OP  Vancouver's Forward Movement  ���������������������..  r Fre^k  Vegetables,  m* Fruits;  wmons, Egg$  i * >  Cor. Park vbbt mH Wtti Avenue  J. P. SINCLAW, Prop:,     PHONE R6326  80UTH VANCOUVER.  The Industrial and Transportation  Committee of the Board of Trade, S.  Vancouver, held a meeting on Tuesday last, and a report will be submitted to the full board on tbeir < next  meeting.- " ~, , )t  unnecessarily Leating a heore withal  heavy stick which police constable  Braimvell produced in court, the man  was also severely rcrrimanded from  the bench.   ,   John Figon also paid the sum of-v$5  and costs for illtreating a team of  horses which were unable to drag the  load out of a hole in the road. He  kicked them, and jerked their mouths  and finally hit them in the nose with  his fist. The road being in a bad condition, of course, cause the stoppage,  but there is no excuse for a man-who  ill-uses his horses, for they not only  work till they drop to serve us, but  if kindly treated the yare one ot our  truest and most faithful friends and  if properly trained will obey bis master by his speaking to them without  the use of a whip at all.  We are glad to see, in consequence  of these two cases, Second Street ls  being repaired, ,and we hope before  long man������ of the other roads will be  attended to by the municipality.  , Ward HI.���������There will be an adjourn-  ed meeung of the ratepayers of Ward     A lalde8 auxiiiary meeting will be  III. on Tuesday ISth day of June, 1B11 held at St. Mary's Vicarage next Thur-  at the South Hill School, for, the dls-;8day at 4 0.clock  cusBion of school contracts/-' annexation and picnic arrangement.   Also to  decide whether it Is advisable ,to employ men living outsid* the. boundary  of the Municipality as .wejlj.as in it,  and several other matters if importance���������all ratepayers,are.xsjquested to  attend. '>k.  i Yyt/|  1   ��������� * A.  ���������if .1  t.^...^.^.M.^.n.......m.m.M....    .....i.ii..*~. Q.*..'...'.m.....,.~&^..���������.,i.,  .*  'Tr  '  , The W. C. T. U. held s Jwnquet at  the Baptist church last Tharsday "evening. The Rev.1 Dr. Spencer���������and several others spoke during the ,everiing and  ���������Jfrwas altogether^ pleasant' io&al  gathering. . t   - ���������������   <.&.���������  The Regular Monthly meeting, of thje  W.' 0.'T. U. i������*"held at^he honje o,f  Mrs. Jttrret on lh^6th df ivta<h���������p) arrange for sending the- delegates .to7Yl^  torta for the vConterence.^  -\  '   7'  Mr. John Stuast WM-'eqmBeU^dto  have his dog-sliotvdn. Tita^^-iast;  aa. It-had bitten1 %te 'l*6yi it was ce^  Uinly nfecessaryto seal W������ death war:  rant.       ������ \' k'"?*-   ������'������ m ii'iip i%sw wi i ii o m rwirtffifft'fH,' jh������ ������' ������������������*"* *><**fr* *">*i nn  * *9********************f  '< *  1  ?���������'  We are pleased to hearv^here *!��������� "*  good movement. st������rt)fed to ^prevent  cruelly to animalsi aad'/tl^jJ'uGeor^  McKenile. teamster fo^ the Cascade  I  lo  ^������  1  N   4>  ���������S  'mSm -       ������  ���������������������������*���������*  The Place Where You Always Oef I^tS  : <���������  ��������������������������� TxHE ���������������������������  Cor. 3rd Ave. and Park Drive  Our Drugs are PURE.  Our fre8criptian8,are ACCURAT$������Y dispensed.  Our Prices are LOWEST.  R. E. Frost. 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A new <>vrti is being installed.  ������������������Mt������4>>e������������������t������������l������������������������������������i������<4 ^���������������������������������������������>������������<  f*������ 1  ' N^r*'  S.  v'<i'irf"������i  '���������>   \  r        "S|  MMisatantftiriii  .it.-i1-;  iri^C;!^  s :3?A.:R������ Moore  :l������t.m    2211 Bridge St.  , ,--  ��������� ��������� ���������   ,. ,  ' y   ���������t     j,t"^      '������������������ : TTSZ   -- .Udlti'ilttsUnWnists, alltotboMwertdetlgna  ! I \ I^es'Und������^esUInshortsW#s, ������oi>f beeves  m  Wpo4 ������ f&<^V*^&W  Yr'Yi'��������� Vin-ii-^i^i^tei-- ��������� i       i 7i  and skevalest S6cto48t  76e to fl.60  ' > -. .Latliet'Oombinationt'  ������������������#������������������������������������������ ������������������������������������������������*f ****** ****������*******$* t ��������� I ********  mjkmmm***  "J        HH ^  rrrr  TT  Uf<������������<4������������f***i*i**yHf******<**********>l**<****4' 11H<<ii'l'l'I'tii'l'I11 l'������J'������������������t������1''l'������^l^n;'I^-f* ������������j.<J������<.������������������������'������������������^'^���������������!��������� 't-������-I-l-���������!��������� ������!��������������������������������� ���������!���������������f***********H*******^9l***ii********************^^*^   ,  -*- Y ���������.''������-'     7 i    ' ' v ' ���������'     '  ��������� ���������.  riv*-  House ^  a������*  hJii  ^  ^   it  1  I,      IMP  Largest I6e Cream Parlor  %  ?  I  V  V  r  f  V  I   *  M  South  False  Good Service and Courteous Treatment  25th AVENUE  25th AVENUE  and MAIN  STREET  I  ��������� H<>������'11H t"1 ii-l-I-M-t-i-M-t-t1*-!1'!"!������1������-HH^HW"M^4^������-H^4,������,8^^  .H������H' ���������I'4| ��������� i ���������!' ;I' 41 <��������� ���������!���������<��������� 'I-l1 ���������HK^^~>������H^H^������^>H--:~H--H-������:~K~t~H,4'^^^ ���������> ������^wi"ii ���������j,,"������-<irwr''���������'V  TS2J ^teanftrtj  THE WESTERN CALL  A TRAMP AT HOME.  Edwin   A.   Brown,  known  far  and  .wide as "the millionaire tramp," whose  efforts as a friend to the    friendless  have won him recognition by President  Taft, is at home again.    Prison fare  is to be discarded in the future, and  a few nights ago Mr. Brown did justice to' an elaborate banquet tendered  him by his cousin, President   W.    C.  Brown, of the New' York Central road.  . On that occasion, after explaining that  he had just returned from a "perusal"  of the South, the ex-tramp said:  "I had hitherto visited as a homeless  man, seeking  work and  a temporary lodging, every section of   the  country except the South, and I felt  that, >though I bad been through the  horrors of the 'Bull Pen' of Denver,  the jails of Pittsburg and other cities  and narrowly escaped the prison    at  Spokane by revealing my identity because I could not stand another such  night as I had Bpent in Pittsburg, my  experience would be incomplete until  '  I had made a circuit of the Bouth.  "I started in as a tramp or homeless  laborer in Cleveland last fall. I sought |  work everywhere, but was unable to  '   find any until, seeing an advertisement  in a paper for 'supers' in a show about  to be put on. I applied at the theatre.  The advertisement called for fifty men.  Seven hundred applied, and    I    was  among those accepted.  "All the 'supers' were to be   'mil-  _   lionaire senators' in the play,  and   I  had been in the theatre only a short  " time when I found that hardly one of  ..   the 'millionaire senators' had enough  money to buy a bed for the night.  '    "The next 'millionaire senator'   to  me in the theatre was an old man; We  were to be paid about fifty   cents   a  performance, payable' at the end of the  week.   When the   first   performance  was over I asked the stage manager  if he could advance me enough of the  wages to buy/ a bed, as I was penniless.  '  The old man asked the same thing, but  the stage manager said it was    im-  ��������� .possible.  "'Where will we sleep tonight?' I  ' asked 4he old 'millionaire senator.'  "'Well,' tie said,' 'the   Associated  ;   Charities has a woodshed where   we  lx could get'a. bed and breakfast for two  ���������'    hours of splitting curly birch, but it  is 11 o'clock now, and the place is  closed for the night. We will have to  go to the Highball saloon and sleep  on the floor. That's the only place 1  iknow of.' ���������  "\Ve went to this place under the  hillside, and at the old man's suggestion we collected old newspapers from  the trash cans as we went along the  streets to cover ourselves up with as  well as to lie upon. At the saloon we  were admitted at midnight, and were  ousted at 5 o'clock the next morning.  We were unable to sleep for about two  hours after lying down, because of  loud conversation by those at the bar,  and when the late drinkers had gone a  J small Irishman and a big Dutchman  had a rough-and-tumble light, and  then there was a man on the virge of  dilirium tremens, who 'saw things' all  night. You can, see we didn't get  much Bleep.  ! " 'Where shall we wash up and get  breakfast?' I asked the old 'senator,'  ! after we had been put out.  ' " 'Ob,' he said, 'we can get a cold  I wash-up in the city lavatory. He led  the way, and wejwere soon in a nice,  found a barn, and told me about it.  We slept there, and I came near  freezing to death. But I had seen  enough to know that our cities are doing almost nothing for the homeless  man."  Mr. Brown will do no more investigating in America, and his next'expe-  dition will take him to Berlin to see  how the homeless are there provided  for.   But he'll "do no more tramping."  "A'RURAlTROOMING'HOUSE.  NEWS  AND  VIEWS  OF STENOGRAPHERS.  The result of the Gregg shorthand  'competition will be announced in the  | column for next Saturday.   The great  , interest taken in this and the previous  Pitmanic  competition  indicates    that  [many of the stenographers of Winni-  I peg and the west are genuinely inter  |estetl in their work.   The competitions  alsa brought forth a great many Inquiries concerning stenographic matters and numerous replies have been  sent direct.  An 'important, development of rural  housing has been inaugurated by Mr.  John Burns, at Byfieet, Surrey. A  scheme under the Town Planning Act  is being carried out, and, when completed, some 85 cottages will have been  built at a cost of $150,000. At present  30 cottages have been erected, together  with 14 single-room flats with a bed  alcove and 18 three-room flats. Each  cottage has three bedrooms and a bath  and all are supplied with electric light  and gas tor cooking purposes. The  rental, including free electric light,  ranges from 3s 9������l. to 7 s. per week.  Rates and taxes will be collected weekly and shown in a separate column in  the rent book.   Each house has a small  garden.  ��������� ��������� *   ���������  AUSTRALIAN WOOL.  ���������k~xi������x^<"X-**^x������^~x*<~X"X������*x< *a^}^*********.^^**********  i \UL WORK CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED. .|  !        MISS IDA FLINT       f  |   Hairdressing,    Shampooing,   Cutting   and   Singeing &'  J FACIAL MASbAGE, SCALP TREATMENT. |  Combings and old' Hair made,up into new.-   Ladies waited upon at  ������  their, residence. -        ������������������������  250 22nd AVENUE, E.       VANCOUVER, B. C. |  ^X"X^~X~X"X~X������-X~X"X-*-X������������X������* **************************  ������������������������������������>������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  clean place, where they gave us a  fresh, clean towel and soap, and didn't  ask pay for it. 1 had never seen anything exactly like that in any city I  had ever visited, and I asked the old  'senator' who had provided these  things for the homeless man.  " 'Tom Johnson,' was the immediate  reply." ?  Arid, indeed, it was, easy to see  plenty of evidences of the former  mayor's work for the poor, as Cleveland is amply supplied with three-cent  lunch counters,' an outgrowth, in a  way,'of tlie three-cent-fare system.  "After the wash-up the old 'senator'  suggested that we try the Charities'  woordyard, and though we had had a  S. T., Regina.���������It is not, as you suppose, possible lor a shorthand writer  to report a strange foreign, language  verbatim in shorthand by sound, and  make an accurate transcript through  an interpreter. In the report of the  New York State Stenographers' Association for 1897, such a teat Is characterized as absolutely impossible, for  reasons set forth therein at length, the  1 principal reason being that no person  can distinguish where one word leaves  off-and another begins, much less to  separate the words into syllables.  !i 'darar ViAA PRACTICALHORSESHOER  '!   \ #^w.������3.1     Mm.1.%1-%*   Special attention given to Lame  I    ^^\ and Inerfering Horses.  ; B,iwH.swj.������.dMv������th  PRINCE   EDWARD   STREET.  I/-*  J supperless and sleepless' night we  were told that if we split curly birch  for an hour we could have breakfast.  There was no help for it, and'weak  as we were, we had to do it. After  more than an hour at work we were  called to breakfast o fsomething like  oatmeal soup and a piece   of  -hard  1 bread, and a, black fluid which was  miscalled coffee. There waB almost no  nourishment in it.  ������V������For the next night, the old man,  unable to sleep in the saloon again,  SASKATCHEWAN WHEAT.  Melbourne���������A statement that has  been isaued in relation to the Victorian wool clip for the season 1910-1911,  shows that 80,000,0001b. of wool was  produced! This is an increase of 3,-  400,0001b. over the production of the  previous year.  - Exports from the port last month aggregated $5,165,000, being an Increase  of $l,30q,000 over the figures for April  1910.  PURE LITERATURE.  Toronto���������The police ������������������ campaign  against improper literature proceeds.  A city, magistrate has fined a local  bokseller $50 for having certain novels in his possession. Dealers in improper > postcards are also being proceeded against..  *   *   ������  LOCAL OPTION  RESULT.  '' The area that, has been put under  wheat in Saskatchewan this, year is  estimated to be 5,500,000 acres.. This  represents an increase of 20 per cent,  compared with the acerage of lafit  year.  Although a litle more rain would be  welcomed, the weather conditions are  generally as fayorable as could be desired!   At a rough, estimate, the yield  I wiirayerage from'fifteen to twenty per  ' cent, more than that of last year.  i '' -   .    *   *   ���������  As a result of the voting on local  option last January, eighty bar-rooms  have just .ceased tQ do business in 26  Ontario towns, villages and townships.  / ;;;  * ��������� ��������� ,  ,  ANCIENT RELICS.  Workmen, digging the foundation for  a new church.on,the outskirts of Toronto unearthed thirty human skele-  tons supposed to be those of Indians  buried there, before the advent of the  .white man. '      '  **9*********************** **************************  I  Dry Qobds O  EQT A D Pflfl|(<l     Dry QoodS *  i: Fancy Goods   U. LO I ADilUUIlU liens Furnishings  !;  CORNER   18th   AVENUE  6:   MAIN  5TREET  I    R Full Liiie of CtiilcJren's ~  Whitefc colored Wash Presses j \  9999***9********************************************  ��������� A ^  ���������^^M������������W4������w������^4MiiMM������^^MWBiBIBgBBgegBJgggBaBgBaBBJ������  .X~:~j������H"M^������V:-X~X-X-*<"X"XK~:-> **************************  | ... CLOSE IX ...  ill  Room  House  X   Modern; Beautifully finished; 50 It. lot; one block from car. , .  f-     $9000.     $3000 Cash.     Balance arranged.  t. ���������.���������_ :��������� ���������  | Apply Room 10, Winch Building:  *\t************************ **************************.  Subscribe for ���������THE CALL"  The-paper that bpbsts The Hill  ******  w\fmm^m^^^^^^-���������;���������      . - '      , ;      !     ; ���������"������������������" :....���������������..���������..���������-. ^���������^1���������^.t..^'rl���������^to���������^������������������r���������^���������rl���������T-M���������^���������l���������:I���������^LJ^^l^^^^^w***************************************************.  t********************<********^^ , ,'   '   . *    ,r. *��������� V *  \7     I  V  ::  <>>,  Good Land, Qood Roads  and Near the Railway  601  Carter Cotton  Building  2408  Westminster  Road  .47  ���������Min tin  imi,imiiim;iiiiiiimminiiiiiiiiin  miniHM'  &&$>  ~s������ Y  S3gw~"  yY'gg -y;.#  THE WESTERN CALL  Ihe Western Coll  ssued every Friday at 2408 West'r.  Phone 1405'  Rd.  Editor: H. H. STEVENS.  **************************  OLLIS  BROS.  .r. DEALEgS IN ...  Hay, Grain, Flour,  Peed,  Coal and Wood  MAIN ST.  BETWEEN 26th and 27th AVES.  ' PBONE 691,7  We seHJatid deliver at Lowest  Prices and Short Notice.  CORONATION TROOPS.  We are officially informed s that the  total number of "troops on duty in London on Coronation Day will be about  45,000 and on June 23rd about 35,000.  On each day every arm and branch of  the service will be represented on the ' home goes from- the old  take place on this day by many thousands.  As a rule, when a man moves his  family or his place of business, he  seeks out the newer portions of the  city. The office goes* to what previously was a residential. district, the  residential  A MOTHER'S DEVOTION.  line of route, the basis oi representa-1 district to the  suburbs, or  to what  lion in the case of the Special Reserve {was, a short time before, the green  and Territorial Force being twenty-six fields,  of all ranks from each regiment or  The Prussian diet May 16 adopted  the Greater Berlin bill which will con.  bine tbe capital and the suburba.  municipalities, forming'a metropolitan  area with a population ot about o  500,000, thereby moving it trom tb  sixth to the third position among th  ported from Chatham.    Mrs. Ellis, a great Cjties  Tramps 400 Miles to See Her Sailor  Boy. !  i I  London.���������A touching   story   of   a'  mother's love for her sailor boy is re-  battalion, with,a proportionate representation from other , arms and  branches.    - -  Quiet' Moving Days.  Montreal's long established and picturesque May 1st moving day is fast!  widow from Dundee, has a son in the population  navy.   The boy had been away from  home for a long time, and, longing to  see him, the devoted mother tramped  of the world in point' o  always old tb new.  There was a notable exception this  year, however. McCualg Brothers &  Company, the well-known stock broking firm, occupied modern arid up-to-  date offices on St. James street, right  in  tbe  centre  of  the  city.    Shortly  At  the imperial  education  confei  ence recently held privately at Lon  400    miles.    Mrs. Ellis, BOlyed^ 7uar8implificltion" ororthc  5������!������_60���������J-ea���������.������J **!,' ***&* is imperative.   No specific re  form was recommended.  , It is not often that    one sees a     ,   ,. ���������  _. .  mover flitting from new to old-it is lal1 th,e way from Scotland to the naval don   Bnglamit the  ������oreign offlce  disappearing! and as a resclt van owners and expressmen are much perturb-' a^er the 1st of May they moved to  ed. ' For many years it has been al- St- Sacrament street, down near the  Board of Trade, and are now occupying one of the oldest, most historic  buildings on the island .of Montreal!  It was occupied in ancient' days, dur-  port���������nearly  who is from  began her journey in March, and had  to undergo many privations.   She was  assisted at York   by the    Salvation  Army, and in other towns she found  friends.    But in ' London    she  fared  It is announced that the board <o  communications o fthe Chinese goY  ._   .. . . ���������    .     ernrntnt is planning to add thirty lat^1  badly, and it was only with difficulty 8teamers t0 the modern- merchant flefc  that she was able to obtain a mouthful of food and a night's shelter. Mrs.  Ellis heard that her bou was at Chat-  of Chinese Bteamers  future.  in    the    nea.  All the details of the starving and  freezing to death last February ol In  most, impossible to secure for this day  any sort of a vehicle in which goods  and chattels could be moved unless  engaged far in advance. By common  consent" practically the whole city  moved just as regularly as the first  of May arrived.    ��������� , ,  . , * .,   A %.    ���������  '   ever, this form of unrest has been ������een In the cellar. It was used in.v">UBday- Footsore and tired out, the from Fort Mcpherson to DawBon  steadily on the decrease, and this days of old to keep prisoners safe.lweary mother completely broke down Canada> are told in Fitzgerald's diarj  year, so"far as the appearance on the Today it may be used for making��������� learnin8 that her lon? tramp had!found March 22 by Corp0ral Dempstei  streets of wagocloads   of    furniture , doubly secure a modern vault. lY?.^.y.va!������!   ���������e deac������������e8B of fn l*~ in charge of the searching party ant  went, was almost entirely lacking.  Two causes contributei to this state  ham, and was likely to remain there  for two or three months/ but on her  ing the French regime, by the'lntend.tarrival thl8 week a bitter disappoint- B?ec^ FlVgeraTd and the three con  D ,  ant   Haldemain.    The original walls ment wa8 ln Btore for tor-*��������� son B^We8f Klnneyr Taylor   and Cartei  Of late years, how-!������i������ stand.   The dungeon! may still be;had gone to 8ea ln hIs Bh,D the Pre" who accompanied him on the patro  But were Haldemain or those of his.Btltutlon to<* charge of her' and Jt ls delivered,  to Col. Fred White,    con  day to visit the old home now, tbey hoped that������ with a little reBt' Bhe wiM  of affairs, according to the sorrowing would not recognize it.   Telegraph In-1  'soon recover.   Efforts are being made  moving men. la 'the first place, it Is  becoming a very general custom to  date leases from October 1 instead of  Mayl, while the general increase of  prosperity among the poorer quarters  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������<"ti<i<'*������4'<i^<^4������#������������ reduced the evictions which   usually  Miss Keir  Henry's Block   3011 Westminster Rd.  Ladies' Tailoring  Dressmaking  strumenti are ticking, tickers are buz-lto bring mother and Bon *������8ether as  zing, noseless typewriters are deftly B00n aB P������BBible'  writing letters without a sound, telephones are  ringing, and clerks and  messengers are posting up queer figures on great long white sheets.  For the lnieudant's quarters have  become, from cellar to roof, tbe home  of one of Montral'8 busiest stock broking houses, aad the cobwebs of ancient  weaving are fast being swept away by  modern business methods and ther energy and acumen of modern business  minds.  troller of the mounted police at Ot  tawa, Ont., May 16.  The Japanese Diet has granted  Korea a domestic loan of $28,000,000  sold to be ;used for railway, road and  harbor constructions arid, improvement. 7 ���������'"     i' ���������     5  Petition to the Parliament ofthe  Dominion of Canada and to  . the Imperial Parliament  ...   aiW siminstr.  After a career of six   weeks   tht  Deutochland, latest of the models oi  , ��������� . ,. ,  . Count Zeppelin's ili-fated dirigible bai  It is semiofficially announced that at x        ^^ May M on the roof 0  tlie German-American potash conference at Hamburg, Germany, May 17,  prices and rebates were agreed upca  and the details are being worked 'out.  its shed at Duesseldorf, Germany, anc  was wrecked. The crew and passen  gers escaped injury.  Figures compiled    by Dr. Jacques  Norway has taken up the adaptation  of wireless telegraphy to the peculiar  Bertillon, chief statistician of  Paris, conditions in the northern lands and  show marriages in France during 1910  numbered 309,283; divorces, 13,049;  births, ,774,358, and deaths, 703,777.  The births are the lowest for a century. ���������  Italy's exports  for the  first  three  months of 1911 reached a total of $164,-  Will have stations at Christiania  Mandal, Bergen and Hammerfest  First reports from polar expeditions  may be transmitted to the world bj'  this route.  WEST CALL ���������Ter city press PV*  The   congress    at    Salvador    has  732,729, an increase of $21,137,597 over created   an    agriculture   departmen ;  the corresponding period of 1910.   Im- which will have charge of the devel-  ports amounted to $94,954,017, an in- opment of the   country's    resources  crease of |4,119,731. '   , along that line.  /.  When  r  You  Think  of Something   :/:  to Eat,    \  Think  of  Goch=  rane  y;Yt^?  "'������rik-rk>  >, -J  V *'���������  * j  > yy '&  'V-.")L'i  '    i- f,*\  > - " /      '1  / tY^i-A 1  '������������������   -, '"''1  ' ^'i>;.H  ��������� -' f*i ^* 1  ^1  P<)  '   ^ -''-a-'V  ��������� '.-.. ^>  "-   ~  r     n - *>  ^y-r������  i ^v  ~*"*;H  Y<i^J  '     *    ^  "'"..'"-, J  *���������*���������"- >- VJ  - * -- ^ j  "    - 1 <      1,<a'\  -    *?    l.\  ,l    ' *' - 9  "   S*   -   "~\  ,f" .''  \\  $>'   I * V'  AND  That whereat the Decree Ne Temere, issued by the authority of Pope Pius X.t  is in direct contravention of recognized civil laws of the British Empire and an attack  upon the sanctity of the home,of the British subject,  r ������  And whereas a deliberate attempt is now being made by the Church of Rome to  give effect to the. said Decree in British Dominions, and especially in the Dominion  of Canada,  And whereas a Judge of the Canadian Bench (Justice Laurendeau) has accepted  this ecclesiastical canon as his authority in declaring void a marriage solemnized by a  qualified Protestant clergyman according to British law, viz., that of Marie and  Eugene Herbert,  And whereas priests of the Church of Rome, in their'officidredpdeity, have suc^  ceeded in breaking up numerous homes in Canada by persuading one or the other of  the contracting parties tosthe marriage that, because it is contrary to the Decree Ne  Temere, thai,' therefore, they are not married, we, the undesigned petitioners, being  British subjects', do hereby register our emphatic protest against the application of this.  Decree in British Dominions, nnd we do humbly pray the Parliament of Canada to  declare officially and publicly, by act of Parliament, that the Decree Ne Temere is  null and void and absolutely pf no legal effect as far as Canada is concerned, and we  do further request 'that immediate steps be taken to establish a uniform Federal Marriage Law, and further, that all marriages performed according to law be declared  valid and biriHing, the Ne Temere notwithstanding.  Pius X. the immediate withdrawal of this offensive Decree.  And that a copy of this petition be forwarded to the Imperial Parliament at  London, and that we do most humbly request. that*steps be taken to demand from Pope  ************************** **************************  HILLCREST P. 0. BOX 15 ' I HONE 6964  \  YOUNG & YOUNG  .    PLUMBING and STEAMFITTING; HOT WATER  1 "HEJTTlNG ahd STOVE CONNECTIONS;, <*������-   y  GENERAL REPAIRS:  First-class work guaranteed.  | Estimates Given COB. 21st anil WESTMINSTER AVE  I  B. C. Cafe  Meals  -   25c t  Meal ticket $5  GROCERS  615-617 U\\ M  OPEN ALL NIGHT  Short Orders,, a Specialty.  The most Up-to-date place to eat on the Hill.  All home cookingY White help.   Quick service.  ���������mi MAIN-STREET 7 E.W. BUSBYf-Prop.-  ������  ���������������������  WiltoHflWiY'^ Cash Grocery!  Corner 11 ttt Ave, and St. Catherines Street ���������;  i  iFBESH GROCERIES, BUTTER, EGGS. FLOUR, VEGETABLES,   ���������:  and FRUITS. <  Name.  Address.  i ��������� y .  \.-~ ��������� . ....  w  .." ���������-'��������� ������������������  .    ���������   o.     ..---...    .  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Delivery,   and  ������i  Fresh Fruits  are   arriving  i\every day,  Our prices-  are equal to<  any in the city.  iDorCt__ forget^  to place your  orders for  Preserving  early and secure  the  best  at  .^^���������-X-'X-^-X-X-X-'X-X-t-vv-W-W-t-  <,;>->'X''M^'>'!--M������X������������J'-!-������H-������!<*������!--X-<~J..:  ************************^ ������W*K<M^^W^-*������������M������H  ��������� /  BARBER SHOP!  | GraMd   View's  Great Attraction \  Hair Cut, Shave, Shampoo, Hair Singe, Electric Massage.   ���������  ' RAZORS HONED. :  1604 PARK DRIVE  ���������rt^^M������:������444^^K,'!������W'������-!"!"i*������* *x--x-*'W-x~x~x--:--x������x--x~x������-x--:~:  All readers who are interested please sign, get your friends to sign, this-Petition  snd return to the Western Call Office, 2408 Westminster Road, Vancouver^f^C;  -X->H~X~x^*^X-^-X~X~X~X~X~X' ������������������X~X������K������X~X~X~>X"X"X--X~X":-  ������ .���������: y '".   ' ��������� ���������-" , ' -"������������������.-.���������. :-\   "  .'-������������������-���������' ' ��������������������������� ������������������������������������  f       'NowOpenforBusi/ness ]  I'   ���������:.     ���������        7. ��������� 7    \   -���������������������������7^:' .:.   -,.. *  I     The Broadway Cote   i  ^ . 519   BROADWAY WEST $  ?���������'  PIRST-CLASS MENU;    BEST of SERVICE;   and PRICES RIGHT,   *|  * ��������� GIVE US A TRIAL. "    " ., >  ? $5.00 TiCJSJETS for $4.SO   7 %  I Corner Bridge Street and Broadway \  ���������x~x~x-:- ^>-:~h^-^x^-x������^--mh;-^������m������x-'X  Receive our  -  Prompt,   Personal  Attention.  Goods Right or 7  Money   Refunded;  8-7-9-2  ������X..~y>y.jy^ "*- ���������'-��������� Y-'?Y-'  ^^ii-^0Y7Y  jzm?i������k������-fkM 8  THE WESTERN CALL  *********.^^****%*%*******  ****.)  *  *  A  ,^.;..;..;..X-^<--X-*X^**H;;>^H7*;.'  . '- A  *  *  .*  That is our business and our Dispensing Department |  is under the care of two Graduate Druggists.       4  NO AHATEURS  $> Are allowed to handle a prescription or in any way  J prepare your medicine.  Quality is Our Motto  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  <���������  *  MOUNT PLEASAN1 PHARMACY  DRUGS AND STATIONERY  21*19 Main Street  ���������E Sub P. 0. 8 . Two Phones:   790 and 7721  \\\************************* **************************  ************************** *************************  1 ARTHUR  FRITH  150 BROADWAY, E. 3 Doors West of Main  I   Men's and Boys' Furnishings  BOOTS AND SHOES  We have just received a fine assortment of  W. G. & R. Mirts  ��������� ���������? t:  '������&������.--'.  .ii i  Also received a consignment of Simish made HOSIERY  SHIRTS, CASHMERE-UNDERWEAR,        #  j.     "     ~ -    TIES, etc. -y;   - If  i~i******************** ***************$*****  :'Many o youth has gone to hist sarco*  phagus by pouring ice-cold down his  hot oesophagus.  A girl usually goes so fast front  fourteen to twenty that she has' to  make up'for it by going slow a������tei>.  wards.  m\<  One thing that will surely strike the  census man as pequliar will be the recorded fact that the combined ages of  the females is far below that of the  males. ' '    '"       ,   1_       .r:'>\  Mrs. Robert E. Clements has remov-  ea-from the Granville Apartments to  her neto home' 636 Twenfth Avenue, W  ���������'Mrs. Tl^DIckie,--corner Nineteenth  Avenue and Ontario Street, will re-  c*?i,ve-oh-Friday (today), for the last  time this season.  r^jnTTTT^w**-  jujljjiijiiu .^*fmmk*mmmmmmmmwm  ���������A Retition is,being circulated among  tljej ehfarches of Cedar Cottafe asking  that the Q-ladstone^Inn licence be cancelled. - -' !/' .  A Strawberry" aqd Ice cream Social  will-be hetdr1n "XftrPleasant Methodist  Church on "-Monday .afternoon the 12th  inst. at/g ^lqck.y There will be also  a sale'to?"work.   'Home-made  baking  L'   J, ~~  <-,and .ca'Aaies.  A;,prqtty wedding solemnized at the  The Rev. Professor James Carruth-  ers of Alberni, B.. C, will be In 'the  pulpit of Mt. Pleasant Presbyterian  Church on Sunday.  The pulpit of Mt. Pleasant. M������\tho-  diBt Church will be occupied'on Sunday by Rev. S. T. Bartlett, M.A., General Secretary for Sunday Schools arid  Epworth League.s  Lorena Stewart Rockey.was Bom-atiMv.i9toaBant Baptist church at high  Indian Head on the seventh of Noved;���������DnX)li FMaay>: test'was that of Miss  ber, 1908.   Mr. Mrs. C. E. Stewart.       j^ m$ati to lUr." David Alexan-  den The e^irehiony was quietly per-  Mrs. A. C. Hunter, corner of Twenty- ,formed by the.Rev. s< Elventon, paB.  second Avenue and Main Street, will^-of the c^rcn The bride wag giv.  not receive to-day nor again this sea- en kvray by her uncle. Mr. A. H. Gunn,  80n- and was attended by Miss Christina  Ker as flower girl. After the ceremony,  luncheon w������8 nerved at the home of  Mr. and MrtK A>,H:" Gunn, 546 Broad-  "Jway Wes$, after vwW'ch-the newly wed-  ' i'ded','cbtiple 'left'on the 3:45 o'clock  train for the. Eeast, from where they  will sall< Wr a - tliree months' tour tof  Scotland,and other parts of Europe.  1 ' A ��������� *  The guild of St. Agatha of St. Mames  Church heldith������?ir annual garden part];  on the ground of St. Luke's Home yesterday aftet^fcqpny The tables were  disposed &b������Ht thcT shady grounds and  -were'lpretiily .decorated. While the  attendance; was not so great as could  have been1 desired, the Bales of the  tables Were^ very good, and the guild  realized' a' nice sum. The Woman's  Auxiliary and; the Mothers' Union had  tables for the sale of work in conjunc;  tion with the garden party. Miss Carr  and Mrs. Cooper presided 6ver the tea  tables. Y In ^charge of the ice cream  tables were MIsb*Haines and Miss Wat-  qpn.- The Womanta'' Auxiliary had a  sale- of .work, in 'charge of Airs. John-  ������toa_and -Mts. Jones, while the Moth-  era; Union aale7 o* work was ln the  hands .of .Mrs. Swan and Mrs. Keith.  - A special meeting of the Mount  Pleasant W. C. T. U., will be held in  the Methodist Church on June 13th,  at 2:30 p.m. Floral service and splendid programme. All ladies cordially  invited to attend.  The Y. P. S. C. E. of Mt. Pleasant  Presbyterian Church held a Consecre-  cration Meeting on Monday evening.  Mr. Robert Watson read a very instructive paper on "Lessons from Great'  Lives." A bqIo by Miss Lochead was  greatly  appreciated.,  On Friday .evening, June 16th, the  adies Aid of the Cedar Cottage Presby-^  terian Church will hold a garden party.  Sale of Work, Sale of Home Cooking,  etc., at the Manse, Flett Road. ' A-  mission including refreshments���������afternoon,. 15c.; evening, 25c. Everybody  come, w You are -welcome."  220 BROADWAY, WES  FRUITS,  VEGETABLES  ^7  CONFECTIONERY  BREAD, CAKES AND PASTRY  BvMer And Eggs (t, Specialty:  AN ICE CREAM PARLOR 1^ BEING ADD "D-  A' serious accident occurred on Wednesday last on Myrtle Avenue, South  Vancouver, to a, powder man employed  by the Municipality, by tbename of  Wilson, ills hand and 'leg was blown  tofT, and other bodily injuries. He was  taken to bis home where he lies in a  i.Tocarious condition..  ,A meeting of the South Vancouver  Liberal Association was held on Tuesday anight. ' Twenty delegates to the  annual meeting of the Vancouver Association and tweflve members to the  executive were appointed.  ���������l'*****************^ ******************. *******  Our Opinion on the  Ran^e Question  We know we have your confidence and we have  made ourselves worthy of it by handling the very  best merchandise in our line. .^  We are familiar with the good qualities of every,  stove and range on the market   In our opinion;  t.  *  ������  ���������  A  A .  msaraifle  is the best of them all and thfc  range in service, will back us up  in every good thing we can ,  say of it  If there was a better, range made, we would .  advise you to buy it   Will,  you not come and see it? We.'  are sure we can convince you  inside of five minutes that what  we say about the South Bend Malleable is true.    W. R. OWEN  2337 Main Street - - Phone 447  *******:11<i*************** <*i*i������.���������<���������:��������� t*V***********  TheT. M. C. A. Board of Directors,  at a. recent meeting elected'the following officers for tbe year:',President,  Mr. \*7. W. KeenleysideV vice-president;  Dr. W. F. Coy; treasurer, Mr. James  A. McXair, recording secretary, Mr. E.  Hallman. Work on the new building  will probably be started this summer.  Mr. Fred Crocker, a well-known  young man of Mt Pleasant, has offered  a very, handsome silver cup to be competed- for by rtbe various baseball  teams on tbe Mt. Pleasant hill. Entries tor the same will be received by  Arthur Grlth at 150 Broadway east.  All _ teams -wishing ^ to- compete^ will  send in their entries as soon as possible.  At>a special .meeting ot tbe School  Trustees, the-cbntract for building tbe  Collingwood ..School--was- let 'to Messrs  Cqflroft ft Draper, for the sum of f 31,-  ooogi, ,^The union labor clause was eliminated and the union scale of wages  substituted.  Serve You  And to serve you WELL is our aim.      Below we tell you  of special features in our store by means ot which we  hope to save you much time and inconvenience.   '  Hillcrest East Office  The Hillcrest Post Officers located in our store.  We sell money orders and stamps and are pre->  pared to answer altlenjquiHes regarding mail, etc.  -    it     K "*i^\t \\--  C. P. R. Telegrams  We are agents^foj������ tri'e^C������P. R. Telegraph Co.  ���������'    and are prepared ltq7 jrepeive messages for all  parts of the wo^ld.';" \;"f "M   /  Public Tetep0ie '  \  The Public telephone1..iSr^liyays at your service  for Local or LongDistahde calls.  '" .<-.���������������"���������''���������, k' 'f ���������"    ^  Prescriptions  We malce a speciality of PRESCRIPTIONS. The  druggist Js available any''hour of the day or  night He lives at 150-17th Ave., East, 100 yds.  from the store: ',Bring,usr.^ypur prescriptions.  v. 1J 1 r ,  ���������^���������^ I Pi   I III.I     I  E. R. GORDON,,- Family Druggist  Tho Hlllorost Post pfttoo  Phones 4667/ 7719 ,\ Ms%ln&t., Near Wth  /'  MACK BROS, muertaters  Open Day and Night |  OFFICE and CHAPEL, V \,  2020 GRANVILLE ST. Phone S2fe  V 'rf  ^Ji  BAKERY  ANDjCONFECTIONERY  y   fee ������r|am and Soft Drinks  f IL tOUSlNS, ���������umni 655 Broadway,  *************************$ **************************  .1 '<,  Special Reductions ^n|al^ Tfimmed Hats.  NEW CENTRE PIECE&   ������0+    ������Bfi/������  NEW CUSHION  TOPS)     <*t    ������0C  BABY BONNETS, 25c, 35c, 50c, 75c.   Reg. .50, $1.00, $2.50  4. >  Miss Curie,  ,��������� .ww   .   mimw..m^M 2636 MAIN STREET  | ifll^b   VliriC9 VANCOUVER, B. C.  l^.^������������������^������������������^������������������������^.���������t������������������^���������������t���������^t"^^l^l���������^^^������������������l������������������^���������^^������������������i^l^���������^���������^^���������^HHH. ,|.������.i.4,<..t.������.|..t..|..|.>|..|..t..|..������i|..tii|i������.|.i>.M������.������4>  . Because of iher scttpn of tbe School  Bpard Itt sup^itjnig unlpo labor on  school:work,tbe Master Builders' Association have threatened to issue an  injunction to stop tbe school work. Mr.'  Pettipiece representing the Trade* &  Labor Council/in'a letter to the board  baa, .offered-to-tafce up Jtbe matter and  it ikOT&ls isaujed agreees to stand any  expense incurred and' to fight tbe action us a test case. .  The board authbriaed' the purchase  of the Barr,property; adjoining the, Cedar Cottage School. Tlie price to be  $8,325.   r     (' ":'���������'-.  yThe first Bible printed in^thls country was tn the Ihdian language in 1663  by Mhn'JfUftt.'"'"  ������........... ���������  M Mm SW Metal Works  3127 Westminster Rd. Phone 1858   j;  ��������� _  1 T--     4 ������  Cornices. Jobbing and Roofing \\  FURNACE WORK A SPfiCIALTY.  1  >  C.  Errington and C Magnone, Proprietors j:  +  ���������***>l 11 ***It'1' 1' 1 H"H-H"H't"������������ *<������:���������<.    .************���������****>****  ������>���������<<; 11 ;i< i< 11 n 111 ���������; ���������) m ������ iiniuKiinuii **t >*** * * *  I Gaining & Co.  f Chinese and Japanese Silks.          Fancy Dry Goods.  Ladies.' Children's and Gents' Clothing,  a . Wool and Cotton Underwear of All  Kinds.  t Chinese fancy Crockery.  X . Sea Grass and Bamboo Furniture, Etc.  f our  specialty: >  r '  Ladies' Dresses and Gentlemen's Shirts Made to Order.  17  'i 252 BROADWAY, WEST  VANCOUVER, B. C, ::  t  '************ **** V* 11 ***. ***  4 1111 H M MM M t-111 lit: 11 *  1904 PARK DRIVE  BIGGEST LINE OF CANDY IN GRANDVIEW  ICC CREAM and every new CIGAR and TOBACCO  %  I  ��������� A small cash payment of $125  will secure for you a splendid lot,  33 x 122 in a beautiful locality, fast  building up. From this property  there is a magnificent view of the  Fraser river and the Gulf.  Lots are very easy to clear, are  high, dry and on good wide streets  [Lanes are 20 ft. wide.]  This is a rare opportunity, don't let  it slip. Every lot is worth more than  the price asked. Call at our office and  we will be glad to show you over this  splendid property.   Terms over 2 years.  *  I  H  f  2343 Main St. Phone 7192  Close to Eighth Avenue  i    -HI IIIIHIIIllll Mill M 1111 U III M 1 Mill 11II1 H>-  Hill  ������������������������������*������������������������������������������������������*������������������������M4������14X  III!  ������������������������������������^^ III!  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