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M'aaW WlWaBBBMl'll .  ^lumherii  r  ��������� ^? *  y&-y  . ..is*??    ���������  . .,,.���������M^W^i  In  tie  Wrtricta  aurrouiiding  tha   :   m&jjffi  a.-7n -������'if:KiS  foam  Jarger cities of t"^  ';^v*4*aUey, ;aiid^(W;;V*wootwie*^  ���������' J-'r ���������: dairy indusitry has been niaUiii'np  >      strides. With the ihcii������ase In ^.SiirjfK  ���������M 1?  Industry there has al*������ 'been a nOUce������;-'5^^^,^,^  ���������      able increase -In': the quality-of-^daiiy:^ i^^  ;;stocJt: ��������� br^c ^Iryme^  ^condltionsv   1**he raft*** ���������������'  ,, not supplying, the cl*ta* of  anon ������*f\*ld be given to  (ttaMlonipdMd. JJ^9999^^g*f*mi  ettra choice apeclmens tn*icb' tyfiiaf'  "prices* have -heen *'reali*������d.    fISb*/  teams are worth from W#0 to $tt>$r  There b^e i^fjnily been bifougbt into  .the Province,  sfalliwa;  go������d-j  of  ing^|ree^^n|-������f*t?|at present are  **4O0t)S^^JSa>t^  *������aj99ye*������Gm&&  t,        tlackuev type, and Also for mod.Sa'd-  ^WtSe-tjoast ?Ities,iTe1ipportant fit-J-L**t'fet  as Aare^'of ,-||psp  Avely few in   ���������^^'^-'���������'^  '*>**^8������l������lnatV::^ C'!   :"  ahd action, rauimg from 9400 to  $2,000. Although ^the marfeet for this  c'ass of horse is rather limited, prices  aie exceptionally good and the quality  of tbe exhibits in a British Columbia  horse show compares favourably with  the quality of exhibits found in'the  largest horse shows In the world.  - The Horse Breeders' Wen Act has  been in operation for four years and  has done much to Improve the quality  of stallions throughout the Province.  TM������>IHmMM*Hi������tMHMMIMI  -.. ahio:^b'wst;:,:.r ������������������: y > yy:;y ^yymyy^^  mi������  .*:,; ���������-:������������������;: yy xyrixy: xr:yz~yx���������y;yxr7-x - ��������� -, -xyx^my 'yyymWs^m  dl8tricb-r������ where cM^eanierles; hv  ��������� ^v^jr^viiiaM^  < i ->i'..���������������������������- -.".'������������������ ���������'���������'{':;������������������.; ���������;��������� .< i������������������.'.'���������;:��������������������������� ..'���������'*?r���������������.������������������������:-.v!'-:.--.:''-.','.''.'.- ?.Jfe&tt?:rx&l    i'i'iSSwaS  U������e establish-   a  yy l^'*y^-?^y^j '���������  ��������� boen srealtir        ;g&m  0  :^j*'^'rf;-^rj'������^v^>ry~^,  !^������!jjJiB^  ifjitir  ; f ��������� ���������    Guernsey;. '���������*^S;Sluf*^*re:p:ti^l^^ '^mmy...,  yyy>- '*yy xAmimx <mi^irii^x&iifc:i^^  fP\ \$?3&8&1&  :?aa^lng';^h^,devete^  ;y3J;M  *J^-  ^:^\hbrns, and in th0/d  .aijnfall >,ii^^R������w^'JUii^it^  system of irrigation, Vere eBtablished    y''"  ":V*y:.^! }^s^t*d':':^**0^:h^l^rt^^ k  ;"\,-' iy. '^fiamer^8,'couid'^^esi^j>U t;  ^Prs ^-������i^v*I^H;'a^:be������^ |  [\' ������������������ ';".i*Ut?*-vto' !tho ���������. marh^.^?1^'*wi^^      ^  ^':y.y'p^^-'^x4iik*._Wpvinco"*vr!^^*VM4y^ i  IV:' iffiafy*^^ %  ;'; \i!9i-:9*W&9i9itt ji \:  tl^:iu.,iniiij|<li^  l!**=t-*aWsa*������hsaSt**a:^^  ^Siiai  yyhyy*  ���������yyiy*  By G. A. 0.  **PW**������    *P^**fT1**TT"P''#^*  The Vancouver JSxbipiflon js a ������redit ^o our  ������ity an4 to the officers anddirector*. No expense  or lab^or *im bee*% gpared>tto makte the fair a success. Tiie 3. C: B. \%y. Reserves commen4atory  mefition for improved transportation. This year  marks a large improvement over last year in every  {-fartst***!***. Indeed, thia writer was more than  . * jp witnen the exhibits ia fruit|^vege-    etc.   The Industrial  ���������aa*aaarsaTU������^a-a-attaaa--aa-L' and, pOftaibly, ft  tfe������  of Vancouver yet  mm, mum mi  . (By Professor J3. Odiums sf.A., RSc-)  w"^y^sW(y^yyM  ���������������   -   ������������������,��������������������������� ���������������������������,!���������������������������..���������I'-1 ** the Bdueatjonal  -^tMa^R^^^fW^ paatience combined to  produce those wonders of modern school life. Indeed, wtbinf in the .educational institutions of  today is mere worthy of "praise than the industrial *-*������jfc--  The Auto exhibit was marvelous aud -suggestive  of wealtn. luxury, convenience, pleasure, and  cjutnge.  Man's instinctive Jove for pleasure was fully  met both in quality and variety. The pyrotechnic  display was the finest we have ever witnessed.  The spectacular drama, "Conquest of Mexico,'*  held spectators spell-bound. It will live in the  memories of thousands. '..<-���������  . Order, good nature, courtesy and convenience  Jwere everywhere in evidence.  . ii ������������������ ���������������������������.���������i--ii.il.  ���������"��������� i m ���������  ������������������������*���������.. i  ���������  What has become of Alexander Street! Has  the plague been blotted out? Have .the abandoned women been deported, or converted into  good women���������angels of purity? Why the silence  tf the cursed trade in virtue continues unabated?  We have been waiting for evidence of success  following the questionable experiment in segregation of vice. 'Thus far the evidence has been woefully wanting. "Pair play" requires that the Police Commissioners be credited with every reasonable effort to stamp out this deadly contagion,  even to the extreme method of resorting to a seg-  regated district, employed in many cities. Citi-  aen8 have a Tight to expect that this method, after  Jdue time, will either improve^conditions in.Van-  icouver or be abandoned as a foolish Tenture on  the part of men who ignorantly attempted the impossible feat Of destroying vice by tolerating it.  '.���������'��������� "Ttfe social evil is increasing in this city; not-  Out of the h0art of space, and up from the  bosom of the eternities has sprung into: existence  trud activity anolher young city���������yet to be known  .. aa the 0i������nt of X** North*  This wideawake urban centre has come to stay,  but not to stand still Ita growth ia wonderful,  even though it has scarcely thrown off ita swad-  dling*������lothe������.  Prince Rupert is the railway terminal of a 3000  y mile highway.  Its eastern rival may be Montreal,  Toronto, 8t Johns, or a city on the Hudson Bay;  | or perhaps aU of them.  If all. then ao much the  v better for northern giant sitting on the Kaien  Island Bock at the mouth of the 8keena river, and  on the highway to the Orient.  Prince Rupert is pre-eminently the Canadian  city which commands the mighty waterway known  as the great British Columbia Harbor, extending  . from Vancouver City and Victoria to Port Simpson, and measured by hundreds of miles.  Already this city has spent $800,000 on streets,  walks and sewers. It owns its own water, electric  light, telephone and other utilities. In the .early  coming years Vancouver and older cities will be  sending deputations to study the civic and economic conditions of the Kain Island Rock City.  though the male population is from four to  six times that of the female citizens, still for a  new urban centre Prince Rupert has favorable  social, domestic and moral conditions.  The present Mayor and his Council are -doing  all in their power to keep the town clean and to  hold the red-lighters in leash. But, of course,  there are many who join hands and interests  against moral restrictions, and among these are  some in high official positions. Unless these  change their attitude they will ere long feel the  lash of public opinion and be turned out into the  coldness of disgrace, as they deserved; There are".  bigger and stronger men interested-V.the pftltfie  mattora of Prince Rupcrf and British Columbia  than those who are but a very discordant travesty *  on the administration of law and- the protection  of the people.   .  Th* press, schools and pulpits are among the  educating and uplifting agencies of the city and'  district; The best and largest cold storage and  fish-curing building in Canada is loeated near  Prince Rupert, on the line of the G.;T. P. and on  the salt water.  As. the coming towns and cities of this great  Northland being opened by the G. T. P. railroad  need trade, business and supplies, Prince Rupert  will become a great commercial, financial and ha-;  dustrial centre. Factories, financial companies,  wholesale houses and concurrent enterprises WO!  multiply. Ere long elevators, grain trains and  ocean freighters will be among the everyday  agents of an international trade.  Lm**Jbering and mining will play a prominent  partr and horticulture will make its mark at an '  early date.   Pishing and fish-curing are apt to be  among the chief users of men and money.  Take it all in all, I foreshadow for Prince  Rupert a splendid and successful future.  In the meantime an old fogey or two should  be cleaned out so as to ustke room for a hiffeer-  and more noble official type of manhood.  The water systems and sewerage are being  extended, which will add materially to the eovK  fort and success of the eity.  I would advise, about two hundred bright,  strong, upright, fearless, brave young women to  make Prince Rupert their home. Without good  women, good homes and plenty of children no  city or community   can prosper.  withstanding the arrests and doubtful experiment  'in a "favored section of shame and lawlessness."  What has become of the Good Government League  and other similar organizations? Have they grown  weary in well doing? One newspaper alone keeps  UP the figlit weekly. If one half it avers is true,  Vancouver is in a pitiable condition and should  be at once subjected to the vacuum cleaner and  thorough fumigation.  Many reader oj "The Western Call"  have remarked <m the improvement of our  columns. We have special representative in the different districts toe covertand  invite our readers to send us news items,  It is said that at the fii*st Gbptinental Co*-^  gress, when th#^^  land w*s under '������!niingia*-9������lviv-- iiia-<4-B}e^^M|--i-;-ajtra-aW;���������������������������iwibSjK'-';-  urged the neeeasity that all bang tojwfther in theif  tremendous undertaking Penjsmin^ranWi*), who  wait preset^iarW^^^^ >#it, irpmartied i^  *hce, *W*h* claVjwt lutnf targfthfr we **������4l Iwt^f  separately.'���������. x-:y   ���������'���������'..      ���������--���������;'.:''.y-t.- yy  There waa a work! of philoaophy in Franklin a  utterance. No army, no people in any civie ot'  social undertaking, ean sueeeed without unselnslT.  co-operation.   We must "bang together." .       %  The truth eontained in thia historic epigram i������.  extremely applicable to all the commercial, ^oeiat*  and reKgiaus enterpiiaes of our eity. Every loyal  citizen ahauld do hit best to stand with his f*M  ldwa is> tha sup-sort al our ehurehea, our scboola.  our hospitafc and ather institutkma that make  for healthy the prasMrity, and the happiness of  our people in general  Aad we would add also the need of a hearty  support of the press of our city as well. No oa**e-  munity of respeetable size in this twentieth egsv  tury ean think of existing and keeping step with  the hurried mareh of progress without the agea*j������  ot the newspaper >;  And it is not enough that many become sub*;  aenhers to the aame. No paper can live on mere  anbeeriptions alone. It must be treated as every  other institution, designed for the public good,  and reeeive the hearty support and co-operation  of the publie������pirited merchants and business men  of the community.  In the course of events the Western Call  has for some years occupied the chief place as a  medium of intelligence for Mt. Pleasant and adjacent territory. Everybody has not liked the  paper. Some have differed with it politically and  otherwise. But where is the men in. public life  with character and conviction whom everybody  agrees with and admires. ...  ' We recently heard an able thinker say before  a public audience that tolerance was one of the  chief marks of a gentleman. The man who turns  a paper aside because of a difference of political  opinion, or ceases to advertize in its columns simply because he can not count up in dollars and  cents the actual profit of his patronage, is not only  somewhat intolerant, but is lacking in that  breadth of publie-spiritedness which alone cant  insure the sucess and prosperity of a community  at large. -   ���������      ^__    '_ ��������� '���sat ire- -- -icfWn*/r?J7**-*^rr
Tm* Tr^ciTFRV CALL.
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Where itSays to Deal
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^OVIEWSTAT/OA,
Honest Prices for Sanest
Goods
J. W. Edmonds, Prop.
Dealer in all kinds of Stationery
and Books
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Toys and 'Fancy Goods, Ice Cream Parlor in connection. Ice Cream in Cones, Sodas and ^Bulk. Ice
Cream Bricks made to your own order and delivered
free. Our Fruit Ice Cream made direct from Fruits.
We sell the Crystal Dairy Milk and Cream.
Principal Scbool Supply Depot forjtairiew District
1130 Commercial Drive
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The Model Grocery and Confectionery
Moved from ISM Commercial Drive to 1900
Cor. Comsarerekl Drive and Third Avenue
Groceries, Meats, near, Vegetales, Fruits, Nuts,
Butter, EggB and Bemesin season, Confectionery
tee Cream, Soft Drinks. Woman's Bakery Goods
Bread, Cake and Pastxy..
Phone Sey. 7689 L 'Comer Third snd Commercial Drive
R. CHlJU f^-oprletor -
BUrTALO GROCERY
ComiiicrciaU Oris** and 14th Ave.
"Tbe Howeef Quality^
Groceries, Provisions, Fruits
Only the best brasds kept in stock.
Our goods ��re all guaranteed and money refunded if
not satisfactory.
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fctmed hotwhst shont the
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shontthe iMroet? post
trsstts Jack. It wm are
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watch it emfog yoar life
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All Ittters from Canada most be addressed to oar
F .,.,     Canadian Cor*��ca**)oiidef*ce Department iaW^
Ii yon desire to see *u personally call at our Medical Institute In
.Detroit as we see aad treat sre potlsata in our Windsor offices which are
-��ed for csarespoBdeace aad bdxxatory for Canadian. buaiiMSS only.
Address all utters ss follows:
PKS. S3NNCDY 9 tam9a>Y,9Pa*Um,Om*.
r our sal���la addiaaa.
Cougers or Mountain Lions, Bear
Cubs or any Wild Animals.
Address j. t. BACKMAN
General Delivery Vancouver, RC.
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Phone Seymour lt%97
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Grandview Jews Notes
When you warit your auto repaired,
or want it stored, go to the Grandview
Garage, 1424 Commercial Drive.
Social iindteoiial
Mrs. Hugh Harvey- and daughter
Evelyn, left, on Sunday for. a two
weeks visit in Kelowna.
Grandview has a splendid jeweler
and optician in the., person of Mr.
Wisraer, whose place of business is
across from the Grandview Garage.
Mr. W.- McMillan. 1661* Victoria
Drive, is the proud possessor of a new,
rubber tired buggy, a trophy won by
the superior speed of his mare in the
recent races at Hastings Park.
/
Mrs. Connolly,, of the Wool Shop,
expects to take a holiday next week,
and will spend some time at Bowen
Island.
Swindell Bros, have recently bought
out a store previously run by Mr.
Brewls. This building has been re-:
modelled and is now a splendid addition to Grandview. One of the proprietors, Mr. W. Swindell, Is of the firm
of Swindell and Banbury. k
>*-.
When you want fish, real fresh fish,
and green groceries, call In at the
"Store ot Quality," near Frost's Drug
Store.
Park Drive from let Aye. to $read-
way is In a more presentable, state
than It was a short time ago. -When
people get angry at the mud or dost
they should use their Imagination and,
see Park Drive aa it will be; not as
it Is. ��� * u ��� V
The "Home of Quality,*1 cor. 14th
Ave. and Commercial Drive, ie one of
the cleanest, neatest aad best groceries ln Grandview. The proprietor, Mr.
Sinclair, la shrars obliging, aad anxious to please.
At 1962 Graveley St, there have
bean yisttor* lately. Mr. Burton's els-
tor, Miss Ethel Burton, of Ontario, has
been a visitor for about a avxath aad
'returns Bast this week. Mrs. Barton's
mother, Mrs. Dodd, Aad her stater,
Mrs. Hanna, hare also been ta the Hat
or. sammer f*a*it*. Urs. Haass returns to her heme. Ia Victoria, also this
week,
Grandvisw Methodist Church has
lately beep favored with special music
aad this, with the wettest iH*r*uc*ps
by the seftor, Mr. JLett, inake If'hste
a splendid etteassace both mornlaf
aad evening. J
Ptd yoa ever fet say Ice cream at
Ths Mode) Grocery aad Coatection-
enr? WeW, if you haven't, you hare
missed ���otnetnln**. So go to l��oo Commercial Prive aad you won't go aa**-
whera else. '
Miss Ross, accompanied by her sister, Miss Margaret Ross, of Sixth avenue east, will leave next Week for Europe, where they intend to remain for
several months. They are at present
the guests of tbelr sister, Mrs. D. McLeod,. of Sixth avenue east.
Mrs. Joseph Northick is the guest
of her ' sister, Mrs. A. E. Menziee,
Fourth avenue.
Mrs. John Hallman of Victoria, to
the house guest of Mrs.-R. Klrby.
The members of tbe Ladles* Aid of
the Cedar Cottage Presbyterian
Church, have a booth at the Exhibition, where they serve meals and re-
freahmenta.
Mr. R. T, Butehart, of Mtnnedosa,
Man, la the g^est of Mr., and Mrs. Rl
13. Frost, Third avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Carson of
Woodstock, N. B��� arrived here the
last of the week and are the guests of
Mrs. Carson's cousin, Mrs. Artaur B.
Everett, Seventeenth Avenue West
Miss L. Oliver, of Nelson, B. CL. Is
visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Lincoln,
423 Tenth avenue east, and wm spend
a couple of weeks In the city. A-goest
also at the. same hone is Mr. F.
Broughton of Nelson, chief officer ef
the steamship Kokanee.
Miss Edna Smith of 1712 Parker St
is oo a visit to Vancouver Island.
Grandview seems to he "The Garden
v|of Roses."  Everywhere you go are
towers.  Surely some Grandview real*
dent will capture the trophy to he given
hy Mayor Findlay for ths hest garden.
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The Watts Hardware Co.. successors to the Bally Hardware company,
are eellint* off the balance of meat
safes at less than actual cost Now is
tbe time to buy.
The Royal Pharmacy at the corner
of Commercial Drive and Third avenue ia a bright light on the drive. The
soda fountain in this store is one of
the best In Grandview. On tbe drug
side of the store, Mr. Frost specializes
on prescriptions and by prompt and
careful service has made this department the best in the store.
Mrs. 0. W. Coles of 10 Broadway
Wast and her daughter Lily left hy
the Imperial Limited on flosoay far a
twelve **��oat***r* trip to the 014 Country
and the Continent London, Paris aad
other cities will he visited before their
return a^sjun��er..;
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WtPDltrO tiHU
A quiet wedding tosh place on f*e*
under. Avfust *. *t tha -eehtofce of
the hride's sister, Mrs. I ?. Menaie,
IttO Odium Drive, Gnw4view, whea
Miss Violet Grace p-aery, yountett
daughter of the late Mr. Thomas Emery of Chorley Wood. Tdtrts, Bngland,
waa United to maniase to^srold Her*
hert PWWSpe, late of Wghtes. Ens>
landr hy the Roif/Mr. Lett, The bride
wore a oream trnvelling suit' and pte*!
tare hat aad was attend** hy two little
neleces, the MIses Joy ej*4 Jessie Men*
ale. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip* left hy the
Princess Sophia for their new home In
Northern British Columbia.
The wedding of Mies Blanche Walker and Mr. James. Stoat was solemn*
ired on Thursday evenlnf at 1824 Thirteenth avenue east Rev. Mr. MadiU
of Cedar Cottage Presbyterian church,
officiated at.the services.
A mistake was made in the address
of Edith Parke, one of tie winners of
the "Ferret" prizes. Her address
should be 1737 Charles, net 1727.
WIEJ-K't GENHtUl NEWS.
City.
Adkinsoa 4 Dill of this city have
been awarded the contract for the
construction of the New Civic Hospital, New Westminster, which will
cost $135,000.
McKlnnon's Grorery.on the corner
of First avenue. Is one of the best gro-!
eery stores on the Drive.   Prices here \
are as low as anywhere, and phone j
messages are. most carefully attended.
Vancouver now has 40,000 civic
voters. . Increase of about S000.,
Bishop Casey of St John, N. B.,
will be made Archbishop of Vancouver to succeed Archbishop McNeil.
The Commercial Second Hand store;
are selling some stoves, lounges and
iron beds at less than half price. -They
carry a complete line of dishes, fruit
jars and iron beds, at most moderate j
prices.
The Mayor warns labor not to rush
into Vancouver expecting employment
by the city on improvements, as the
city work will be .completed within
a month, and during the winter there
will be Very little employment
For signs of every description, the!
Grandview Sign Works are a respon-l
sible and well known firm who are sit- [
uated at 2235 Commercial Drive, and;
a branch office at end Of Earl's Road.
The largest number of arrests made
by the local police in the history of
the administration were effected during the month of July, according to
the monthly report just compiled by
Police Court Clerk E. B. Robinson.
The total number was 1011.
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805 Granville St. Corner Robson
Hours;   10 a. m. to 9 p. ml
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FIS
"The Store of Quality"
1842 Commercial Drive
!   Phone: Seymour 3653 Walter Richard-, Proprietor !
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Sons of England
Ix>dge Grandview, S.O.E.B.S., have
had a very busy time during the past
wek. On Saturday last they enjoyed
themselves exceedingly at the lodge
picnic at Bowen Island, there being
a good representation. The cricket
match in the morning was captained
by Bros. Radwell and Knowles for
the married and single men, respectively, and resulted in a ,win for the
single men. Sports were continued in
the afternoon, and the following were
the winners in the various eyentss
Nail driving contest, Mrs. Birhie; millinery competition, Bro. Mason; sack
race, Bro. Basin; three-legged race,
Bros. Taylor and Basin; throwing
cricket ball, Mrs. Meyers; and the big
event of the day, the 10C yards championship, was won by Bro. Taylor,
who showed himself easily the best
athlete in the field, having earlier in
the day made the biggest showing at
batting in the cricket match. The
party, after singing themselves hoarse
on the return trip, arrived in town
very tired and very happy. Royal
weather prevailed all day. making success complete. ^
. The report of the picnic; was
received at the regular Red Hose meeting on Wednesday night wltb enthusiasm. Considerable routine business
was also disposed ot at this meeting;
aad a committee was appointed to
draft an extensive program providing'
for .the social, literary and musical
tastes of the members
coming winter.
Cars for. Hire
i.Oars Stored.
duriOg.-the
CHILD it FATALLY
INJUHED SV AUTO.
i While Donald McDonald, the flVe-
yesr-old son of Mr. H. McDonald, 4385
Victoria Drive, was playing by the
side of an auto that was stationed
outside bis parents* bouse at e o'clock
Monday night he was run over by an
auto that was nssslnn; lions; the road
and struck by ths rear wheel of the
car. Be was taken to the igeaeral hospital and. after being operated on for
hemorrhsge of the brain, succumbed le
his injuries ate o'clock Tuesday mora*
lug.
THE AUGUST MOD ANO QUN.
An fatsrestlBf description ot Oatta
Day, Newfoundland's great national ���*�����
summer fete day, Is contributed to. the
Aufust issae ef Bed and Gun, published by W. J. Taylor, limltsd, Wood
stock, Oat, hy W. Ucey Amy. Follow-
Ing this, one is Interested ia the reproduction of the plctographe of rai*
paiotlflgf made by the Kootenay Indians on the wckf ot their aatlve
Provinee, aad ia their story aa told
hy Chas. p. falls, The same author
also contributes, Ow story ef a trip
oa Toby (Heeler and up Mt Gleaeoa,
,. v iHustraUons acoompaajria** watch
he)]*, to make the render forget the hot
puauaer weather. Messrs. '��� Croft' authors of the Culture ef Black and Sit
ver Fetes, hsvo still another article
in the August number which, as usual,
Is well illustrated. Many ether art!
cles deal with summer vacations la
Canadian territory.
Grandview Garage
and Repair Company
Expert Repairing, Gasoline*.
Oil and Accessories      ^
1424 Commercial Drive
Vancouvexi
"W. J. PIERCE
ORAHDVtEW StOM WORKS
2235-Commercial Dr.&End of Earls Rd..
Phone Sey. 5736 .
THE FRENCH BENOVATORr
1706 Oraveky (Street
Suite Pressed 35c to 75c
High Class Work at Lowest
>.. Prices. We Call and Deliver
PHONE 8749
JOSEPH R0DWAY
1615 l^ria ilrtye
Sheet Metal Works
Next Wed Specials
Hof^6��ft.ex)m**4ete _....$4.25
Boiled Oil,  double boiled per
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metal requirements. 4
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Pints.........:.. ..85c dosen
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until yon vet our nrteesior hardware. We handle sn; ���
hardware line. If Roods sre not as represented return
getvo*irn��ney*McJk.  Give as a trial.      -���������
We are stlling the hs'snee ef our meat safes at less
cost-- Qet our prices and;bf tjoptfineed. . my- iii-iS: --y
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Wnme Seymour WW 1*^ OwmercW St.
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THIRD AVENUE AND COMMERCIAL DRIVE
In case of Illness nothing but the
best is good enough. You know
that we buy nothing but the
Bestin
Drugs
Quality is Our Motto
THE ROYAL
R. E. FROST
Phones Sey. 6167,7741
Cor. Third Avenue and Commercial Drive
Telegrams received Money Orders
Terminal City Press, Ltd.
24SS WertaJsster N.
Psosc Fitrimt IU* ?'^rf^fyii^.^Wmi  TfflS "WESTERN  We always have a full line of  All our Bread and Pastries  are made on the premises  fresh daily.  ^ .  ���������jjjjjjjjjaj-j-jj-jjjjjj-jjjjjj-jjjjjj^  mmmmmmmmmmm^^mmm^^^^mt^mmm^^m  Winnipeg Grocery  Provincial,  *f*i i ���������m *** iiimhiiii ii mi������  and Foreign  Corner Harris and Campbell Ave.  Phone Sey. 1139 -    Branch Post Office  ~~-*3-  xVl    I  ���������We ourselves are better served  ^JSyseping others best  LISTEN!  What is the.cry ?  " The High cost of Living."  ���������    ?*-  ;       v������  Come and sge me and I will save  ym money.;  "V-������i������        -w-������ *"*  E.  Phone Sey. 6857..,  . CorrK^f^^ntCT^pbelt'AVe:  PROVINCIAL.  Port Moody, Aug. 2.���������The Canadian  Pacific Lumber Company were obliged ' to shut down on two separate  occasions during the past week as the  Japanese hands employed in the mill  left in a body once to attend a funeral of a fellow workman at Fraser  M*H������, und on the death of the Japanese Emperot again went to Van-'  couver.  ****>** !��������� 1 *4r**44<**4'***+<*:"i~.  cipal authorities. VacclnaUon of the  Canadian Pacific employees haa; proven ver? effective as a preventative.  St. John. N. B.. Aug. *i.--That there  should be a Canadian representative  in the orivy council Is the feeling in  England, isays W. H. Trueman, barrister, of Winnipeg, who arrived in  St. John tonight after arguing a case  on the other side.  New Westminster, Aug. 7.���������Within  a few days it is expected that further developments- in connection with  the Canadian Northern will be definitely announced. Agents of the  company have in the last few weeks  been very busy on Lulu Island, and  it is stated that a right-of-way from  Woodward's Slough, thence north to a  point opposite South Vancouver has  end cf the island right through to  ���������Vancouver.  Evidences that the largest run bC  sockeye salmon of the season is  about to enter the rraser River is  .shown in the fact that farther  south at the entrance to the Sound,  where the fish come in from the Pacific Ocean, they are being: taken by  the''thousands'. - ���������''':"' \ yy-y'y.  } pttawa, Ont., Aug. 5.���������In view of  negotiations for closer trade relations  with Australia, which are In progress,  he statement of trade between Canada arid Australia for 191t which has  just been received by the department  A trade and commerce is of considerable interest.  . The Australian imports from Canada amounted to ������844,235 and the  Australian exports to Canada ������118,-  284. Agricultural implements were  he largest single item under the head*  ingof,{imports. Canada shipped to  ���������A-ustrJaiia over a million dollars' worth  of farm machinery.  \  New Westminster,- B.C., Aug. .3.���������  Fred MacKinnon was given the maximum sentence, sit months' hard labor,  here for selling, liquor to an Indian.  The Indian was fined $25 and costs.  McKinnon had been in the toils before  and three monthB ago was ordered  out of the city as a vagrant.  Port Mann, Aug. 2.���������That work  on the Canadian Northern yards in  this city will be started within a  few weeks is evidenced by the notice  served on ther squatters here $a'-remove their buildings and tents. The  squatters are on the site of the yards  and the removal notice Is takejn to  mean that work will'be started soon,  There is a shipment "of rails on the  way, and with the- arrival of these,  w������Tk Is expected to go forward with  some speed!. '     "'  Hekla Cash Store  General stock of Fresh Groceries  Tea* Coffee. Sugar, etc., Provisions,  Butter, Eggs, Vegetables, Fruits, etc.  Pick where yoa like from ear Special Taste ai tc, tie and ISc Articles  -������������-*------*--������-���������---������������������������������������������-*������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������-������������������������_>>->_������������_-u___aB_>Ma������-._*B-a-~~>a������������_aaB*  Oddstad & Johnson*, Props*  Fraser Street and 47th Avenue   '  '>���������- -   ''ja-5-*"���������*  ^ <y^  *!*  ?<���������  ������"���������  pttftwa, Aug. 2.���������The present typhoid outbreak and the apparent Inefficiency of the city authorities to effectively cope with the situation, haB  given an impetus to the movement in  government circles toward the creation of* a Dominion public health department with a deputy minister and  a competent corps of medical men in  charged  s,<  Edmonton, Aug. 2.���������Thinking some  wild animals were trying to get into  his cabin, a laborer on the Grand  Trunk Pacific grade at Mile 37, fired  through the wooden door from his bed  last night and the bullet struck Carl  Stuckenherg, it is feared fatally  wounding him. The injured man was  brought here for treatment.  Swedish BaKerv  jotmson a Carlson. Props.  Kfieeke Bread a Specialty  Pure Swedish Rye and  Fancy Bread  300 Glen P**ve      Vancouver, 3.0:  Hand Laundry  Ve#������so4*iwCe���������ui1������ins  9Q6M*tiaf*Street Eat*  yyw*ma^;^���������yy-:  - jj.|~*>^ -��������� ������������������=���������'.*��������������������������������������������� ���������������������������  That Her Royal Highness the  Duchess ot Connaught will not he  able to take a prominent part in  any of the events of the civic reception of tbe royal party here in September, was the subject of a message received yesterday from Colonel  Lowther, aide of the Puke of Connaught.  - Coqolmnr, Aug, 2.���������The Western  Canada' Power Company are now  changing tbeir high power wires* to  tbeir permanent line through the  McLean property, having bad them  running along the C. P; R. tempor-  , aflly-.4 4*.;s}39pp>*t*? .sear *atars^ store,  whets 'they" crossed* the* railroad, connecting with the tower'' line. This  will now be changed *Snd sdon the  tower line will be complete from  Stave Lake, the source of power, to  Vancouver. ������������������.''.'  1028 Hastings Street East  Where you may obtain  practically anything  you  require  at the  mem price  %yy y-: - - ���������..:?.,; ������������������������������������ 7'" ..  ***** I If t M * ** I * * ** Ml 144 I   *** ******* I' 111 lit 11IIIII *  i Use Stave Lake Power  Those Industries are Better  In ultimate results which use our electric  power service. The factories pr office buildings which operate private power plants are  under a big expense for maintenance. A  trifling accident may disorganize their whole  svstem ���������more serious disturbance, with  attendant heavy losses involved, are not  preventable. Stave Lake Power is undeniably cheaper and more reliable than private plant operation. See us for particulars  and rates.  Western Canada Power Company,  1 LIMITED 'I  1 ScyaMV 4771      6O3-6IO Carter-Cotton Bldg. ::  P 0. BOX 1418, VANCOUVER, B. C.  ail HI M������MH UIH II 111 III HI 1111 < II 111111II u 111111  Port Mann. Aug. 2.���������-After operating  for twenty-eight years, the Bon Accord  fish hatchery will be closed within a  month, and the building taken over by  the Canadian Northern Railway. This  announcement, while a surprise to  some, was not unlocked for by the  men in the employ of the government,  and the rapid settlement of the territory around has made it harder each  year to obtain spawn and requiring  longer tripsNm each successive occasion.  Ottawa. Aug. 2.���������During the three  months, April 1 to June 30, pf the cur*  rent.n>cal. year,. 175,341 immigrants arrived in>Cana4a. Of tbls number 121,-  998 arrived at ocean ports and 53,343  from the United States.  FOREIGN.  Paris, Aug. 5.���������The Echo de Paris  says that Russia has consented to  sign an agreement with France bind-  ing,jigcgeif not to treat, with Germany  er^fspther^power; oihrap&rJ&rojiftsn  question- without having previously  discussed it and come to an agreement  with" France.-'./  DOMINION.  : - The supreme court of Canada will  Soon take up the question of the re-  ispective powers ot federal and provincial authorities in regard to company charters.  Ottawa, Ont, Aug. 2.���������The United  States government have agreed to surrender to the Canadian authorities, Alexander Dean, wanted at New West-  minster for alleged participation in  the robbery ol the Bank of Montreal  tbere. Dean was arrested at Los  Angeles and formal application was  at once made for bis extradition.  Edmonton, Alts., July 30.���������While  complete data of the year's immigration into Alberta are not yet available, Charles 8. Hotcbkiss, chief publicity commissioner for the province,  wbo has unique opportunities of judging the rate of settlement estlmstes  the increase of Alberta's population by  settlement during 1912 at between 40,-  000 and 50,000 people.  Ottawa,, Ont., Aug. 2.���������There were  771 cases of typhoid fever reported in  the city up to 5 o'clock today, the  number reported today showing a decrease over the previous day. Today  42 new cases made tbeir appearance  as compared with 71 on Thursday and  80 on Wednesday.  Calgary, Alta., Aug. 5.���������One hundred cases of typhoid fever have been  reported at the two local hospitals  during the past ten days and the matter is to be investigated by the muni-  Alameda, Cal., Aug] 5���������Lan Tien  Wei,' of" the Chinese revolutionary  army, iii' enthusiastic over airships for  use in the new Chinese army. General  Lan was-a passenger with Tom Gunn,  the daring young Chinese aviator, yesterday, in a series of flights, and Is  tbe first Chinese military offlcer to  risk his life in an areoplane.  Washington, Aug. 5.���������One hundred  bluejackets and marines from the U.  S. gunboat Annapolis, are now quartered at Managua, the Nicaraguan  city. They were landed at Corflnto  yesterday at the suggestion ot the  Nicaraguan -government, which' found  itself unable to protect the American  railroHd and steamship property between -Corinto and Granada from possible attack by revolutionists.  Constantinople, Aug. 5���������With troops  surrounding the Parliament buildings,  to enforce obedience to his mandate,  the Sultan today ordered Parliament  dissolved, and the Chamber adopted a  vote of lack of confidence in the cabinet and adjourned sine die. Tbe action  is taken as the virtual finish of the  Young Turks' rule.  Rome, Aug. 5.~Jt is believed here  today, that through the overthrow of  the Young Turks' party, an early  peace between Turkey and Italy is possible.  Vienna, Aug. 7.���������Declaration of war  between 'Turkey and Montenegro is  expected hereVhourly, as a result of  Montenegro's activity on the Turkish  frontier. It is generally believed here  tbat Russia Is encouraging Montenegro.  Chicago, Aug. 7.���������-Beginning today  all trains on the Pennsylvania Railroad system and its branches will be  "dry" as a result of a temperance agitation and the Pennsylvania state  laws prohibiting the sale of liquors on  railroad trains."  Dublin. Ireland, Aug. 7.���������Mary  Leigh, the suffragette, who was tried  today on the charge of wounding John  E. Redmond, leader of the Irish Parliamentary party, with a hatchet, she  had thrown at Premier Asquith's car-  The Place to Go���������  after your walk or during  the hot weather call at.  South Hill's Centre  The Unique Cafe  49th and Fraser St.  ���������. ��������� 1  Most inviting Dinner or Lunch  Meals 25c and up.  Pelicious   Ice  Cream  and  Soft Drinks in the  Cool Rest Parlor. **' -  - r  yy^/r.  -   Is" 4"jiri) ������i  '   y" $%  y->&?4  ui-     ^ Js*W  ������*i %     ������r*i  y h=-������^  3} >A  y  y * m  - * J''siil  , *-'  ii<f*  p y* 1  > y< xi  yy tf\  1 -^       y%  Nothing but the hest served  ������_,  ar  =������  ;*������*"1"H"1'<"|.11 .���������. Iti^^i*^'*^***  I Fraser Avmuel  ��������� Himm m i n u I'* i4 ti 1  The high cost of living may be  equalized by careful buying of ?our  supplies for kitchen and table. Ellis'  Grocery, 30th and Fraser, make prices  that save dollars each week for tbeir  patrons.   P**ompt]deUvery.  The Hekla  The  Hekla Cash * store,  corner of  Fraser St. and 47tb Avenue, is a new  prietors %9o men in the vigor of man*  hood Messrs. Oddstad aud Johnson.  Tbey I-Ing into their business the very  thlugs that, please patrons aud mahe  success, their stock of goods Is fresh,  select ������ihd of good quality. We he*  speak for tbem a warm place in the  friendship, confldeuoe and support of  Sooth Vancouver.  The WorHroan's  ^fffl^ome trom^Hbine Cafe  Between 25th and ������6th Avenues  Opposite Post Office  * ^e c<M# a flret-dass line of  Pread, Confectionery, Jce  Cream and Tobaccos, ,  Fon't ForjretitM FraserAve.  riage on July 10, was sentenced to five  years' imprisonment.     ���������  Gladys Evans, whose sentence was  reserved yesterday after she bad been  found guilty of setting fire on July 18  to ^e Theatre Royal here, in which'  Mr. Asquith was billed to speak the  following day on home rule, also was  sentenced to a term of five years.  Lizzie Baker, charged with being an  accomplice of Kiss Evans, pleaded  guilty and was sentenced to seven  months' Imprisonment.  - Chicago, Aug. 8.���������Singing "Onwaroj;  Christian Soldiers," and the "Battle  Hymn of the Republic," tbe delegates  to the first national convention of tho  new Progressive party last night proclaimed Colonel Theodore Roosevelt  as their candidate for President and  Governor Hiram W. Johnson of California as their choice for Vice-President.  New York, Aug. 8.���������-John D. Rockefeller's millions and the wealth and  personal Influence of his son, John D.  Rcokefeller, Jr., today are enlisted in  the war against tbe alliance of the  New York police and th/ underworld  of the metropolis, whicb was exposed  by the pistol shots whicb killed Gambler Herman Rosenthal in front of the  New Metropole Hotel.  The fact that tbe Rockefellers sre  interested in his fight to run down tbe  Rosenthal slayers-and to expose police corruption, was admitted here today by District Attorney Whitman.  He de clared that young Rockefeller,  with the backing of his father, has  been operating a pretended disorderly  house In tbe heart of the tenderloin to  get evidence against tbe police and  the white slavers tbey protect  *8 **,'.'**''1-"  t  '*  South HHl Shoe  -   Store  Opposite South Hill 8chool  H. WlOkER, Proprietor  -  Boots and Shoes in the  latest styles and best quality.  '    "Prices are Bight"  *****"m  j^m and Board IJ.OOper day.  Special ratet by weelt or month  4������fVCtlon Ro^tfw House  por. Fivserand WsstM  Your'next for a  *iit*Y9M  Come in and have a  Game of POOL  let Crt-ftrt 4 Soft DrinM  Just the thing for a hot clay  . Cor. Fraser and Ferris Streets  ANATOMICAL SHOE STOIC  SaW**> SOOTtOS, SraprfctSf*  6552 Fraser St,, Opposite 80th Avenue  Rossli** ��������� Spsslnny  Horness am* Slissan*ial*if  a was  Builder's Supplies  Sand, Gravel, Etc.  Estiinstes Free Plane Submitted  JAMCS  HAUOHTON  Proprietor  Red Arrow Pharmacy  Corner Campbell and Keefer Stg. Phone Sey. 2889  Try our guaranteed Corn Cure 25c per bottle  SEE WINDOWS  Port au Prince, Hayti, Aug. 8.���������General Cincinnatus Leconte, president of  the Republic of Hayti, perished today  in a fire which destroyed the national  palace. It was caused by an explosion  of the powder magazine.  All the houses around the palace  were greatly damaged, but as the palace itself is isolated, the firemen sue-  ceded in their efforts to localize the  blaze. The members of the family  of the president, all of wbom were in  the palace at tbe Ume, were saved, but  President Leconte himself perished.  Fraser Avenue  Builder's Supply Co.  4123 rtrascr Avctatse  F. Plummer, Props.  PHONE:  Fairmont 1128  EtmWMM  l la tatata-IW aa4 aaoaMI  Ls"������MtttM*c������jjarjral  *"* DoubhV .I,jff.^t-y^.*,*>;^-wa.������������^j^<t,vsa^t������iv^^  ������i"i> i ,ifi iij.Tni nnntinautwaiih.  .  3  J".^--~s*.������s^TMjuet  j. - ������. iijm^ru,a������5.j;i.������������ -^.."..������".������^i������i^**:s-J"Ji.H^^  m.AMM.n.v^t.Jinuf^M u ���������i i    r-   m iiiTm mi'l   i.i ��������� wMTiirfiri i ilawiftTi  .T/cm-MinCrStt&Fnnt^KSaBbta,  THE WESTERN CALL.  wm/m^**m*.wmm ���������  ���������*���������*���������  ��������� v**^l*fffvviryvy^rirv������T������Tvl*v<"''' +���������  The Successful Firms   |  Advertise. WHY?   %  c7V4t PLEASANT  sn  THE SUCCESS -  Business College  has secured temporary quarters at 153���������10th Ave.,  east, and are opening classes, Thursday, August 1st.  We are offering up-to-date courses in Bookkeeping, Shorthand and Typewriting and all  other commercial subjects.  Day classes meet during August from 8:30 to  1 o'clock. Evening classes every Monday. Wednesday and Friday evening from 7:30 to 9:30 o'clock.  Get free information today at the above address  or Phone Seymour 8240.  F. G. Garbutt    E Scott Eaton. B. A.  President Principal  o\  PIERCE Representative  The funeral of the late-Christina  Isabel Nelson Lang took place from  the family residence, 112 Seventh  avenue west, Friday at 2 p.m., Rev.  A. E. Henry officiating.  Large Sale.  Mount Pleasant real estate is moving more freely. Among other sales  .his week Mr. Miller has sold his  livery stables on Howard street, near  Broadway, to the Mount Pleasant  Livery Stables for the sum of $11,000.  The lot Is a fifty foot one, 'and the  price will enable the property owners of the district to judge the Increase in land values 4n Mount Pleasant within recent years.  Dies of Heart Trouble. t  Mr. James Armand Baker* a mining engineer, was discovered dead in  his bed yesterday morning by his  brother, Mr. A. E. Baker, 2611 Ontario street, where he was staying. He  had been troubled with valvular heart  trouble for some time and to this  his death was ascribed by physicians.  According to the belief of physicians  after an examination he died Si tfbout  3 o'clock yesterday morning.  -M**H^*4**}**H^*>4K*<^**H^**>><~Mn^*H**i**t>   ���������{^*^I**M*<**I*������>*^*H*'>*-**-H***^*M-*t*-***M-+  No  Delivery  The marriage of Miss Jeanette  Allan "Gray of 3114 Piince Edwaid  street, formerly of Glasgow, Scotland,  to Mr. Archibald Reid Montgomery of  3042 Sophia street, took place at the  home of the Rev. George D. Ireland  on Thursday morning, August 1. The  ceremony was performed by Rev. Mr.  Ireland. 'Mr. and Mra. Montgomery  will reBide at 3042 Sophia street.  A quiet wedding was solemnised at  the Manse of Westminster Church,  275 Twenty-third avenue, on Sunday,  Aug. 4, by the Rev. George D. Ireland,  wben he united in matrimony Miss  Annie Holden, daughter of John Hoi-  den, Brighton, England, and James  William Edwards of 1593 Fourth avenue west.  Mt. Pleasant  ;; A. P. McTAVISH, Prop,  ;;  Phone Fairmont 845 Corner Broadway and Main ;;  i! Carriages at all hours day or night!  < ��������� Hacks, Victorias, Broogbams, Surrey* amfSingie 1  J ; B-jgf-ies, Express awl Prsy Wsgona for hire ;  j \ Express & Baggage Transferredj  -1  f������tt������t������d*Hf������������tM������t������������������������MIII*������������*>������MMMM'vHn������������*������v������f  >MIMH*l*>*m������M^  : ***** 9 IM|rrl#w Iff-t  van urfoRP mos*  Pig Summer Sale  Of Pots and Plants, Perns* Palms, etc,  large variety, of  Cut Flowers, Fern Pishes, Baskets, etc.  Great Reduction*  999 Broadway W.f       Cor- Broadway arid Oak  ****S"**fw tnfWr* ���������*****���������*#. ***��������� ********ff**v ffff**"fSi fn**** "SSfSSw SOS SwwSwwSf  HtiMI������Mi4IIMM>MMHO:>������i������MMii*M>HMMMH  Water Damages Hospital; ''  The^ heavy rainstorm of Thursday caused considerable damage to  the southweSt wing of tbe General  Hospital, the dam at the Junction of  Willow atreet and Sixteenth avenue  being washed out, and tbe .water  pouring into the tunnel between'the  power house and the laundry, 'where  the hospital extension work la being  carried out. From here^ after rising  to a heighth of ten feet,.the  The marriage took place on Sunday  evening at 2031 Main street of Mr.  J. Stone of this city and Miss Sadie  Brown, who arrived here a short time  ago from Liverpool, England. The  ceremony was performed by Rev.  Rabbi Balasoff, and the full service  prescribed by the Hebrew ritual was  carried out After the ceremony a  sumptuous wedding supper was served, after which the couple left for a  honeymoon tour through the Sound  cities. They will return to take up  their residence In Vancouver in about  a fortnight.  ::  No Credit I  1  Pbone. Fairmont 621  We |ire jsa the bene* f  lit ef til expessts of +  dillvtrj  Md btok* "  kesBlig,  Oar Quality tbe Best sad Oar Prices within Reach of Everybody  .Saturday Spaolala  Per Lb.  Legs Local Yearling Lamb.. .20c  Loins    '��������� *���������        "   .r..20c  Shoulder Ribs   "       "12*tftol5c  Sirloin Roast 20c  T Bone Roast 26c  Choice Pot Roast 12 to 15c  Our Special Mild Cured ^  Corned Beef 10c  Pan Lb.  Our Special Mild Cured  Boneless Beef. .12J������c  Short Ribs Boil 10c  Fresh DreBsed Chix. .. 25 to 80c  Fresh Lea/ Lard. .7 lbs. for $1.00  Choice Table Butter... .��������� 85c  Fresh Eggs, per do* 35c  3 doz. for $1.00  Fresh Onions, Parsley, Cucumbers, Lettuce, Green Corft  Freeh Red Salmon, per lb. 15c FISH,    Freah Smoked Halibut, par lb. 15c  Fresh Halibut, par lb. -  -  10c Cholea Finnan Haddie.     <021������tc  Fresh Cod. per lb.  , -      -10c Kippers. Point Grey. 8 IU for ISc  Brash Hemn-ra.4 lbs. for 25c A full llna of Fret* a d Smoked Fiah  2513 Bill Stieel, w. BtMdwiy     -    Rl^lt^^'*  ���������fr* *..*..������..*..������"t *������*'iMi������������i|*������r"MiiM"l"l *"M *   ���������1mM"*m*''M"M-J"Mm*"I'M' H"l'I"*"*'*"*1**  college friend, Mr. Harold Wolverton,  B.S.A., of Nelson, B. C. Following  the ceremony a luncheon was served  at the home of Mr. and Mrs." Taylor,  529 Eleventh avenue east. Mr. and  Mrs. Rose left later for_ the North  Arm where the early days of the  honeymoon will be spent.  A quiet marriage was celebrated by  Dr. Fraser on tbe afternoon of Au-  guBt 5, at the residence of the bride's  parents, 551 Sixth avenue, Mount  Pleasant, of Mr. Hedley Vicars Rogers to Mabel Gertrude, daughter   of  Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Cooke. Tbo   . water bride was given, away,by her broth-  entered the ground floor of tbe hos-jer, Mr. William Cooke, aad was at-  p|tal, destroying a large amount of'tended by Miss Hazel Fox as brides-  plastering and damaging the general maid, while Mr. David Cook support-  interior.  aWsTaf #aaas ������A*i*Msa*saB*BBT aMoTsesi  v*****r*f>  WPP  ���������e**0***S*S*""""ff> a***-a-a-BjaBB,  Is Tews  fMrt ttff Vets Vefsa fer  fteoay  ������*������  A)v* */. W. Amatraa$* Pt*a. 4"4$L  2440 WAIN STREET  %  We have an ICt3 CMWI PARLOR with 25 different  iced drinks, Ice Cream Sundaes, Sodas and Cones. We deliver ice cream in brick or bulk and a call will convince you  our goods and prices are right  *���������*******������������-**������* 11 i i i i in i in i i i ii i iQi i hi 111 i i 11 11 I i i n > M i i ������  On 12th Avenue and Victoria Drive, near Grandview  car. THREE Bungalows, story and a half each, full cement  basement, finished modern up-to-date style, heat, etc., toilet  in basement, extra toilet upstairs.  For full particulars and information as to terms apply  506 Metropolitan Building  PHONE: Seymour 588 VANCOUVER  '* ���������* . * *��������� i ��������� ������ ������ i> ������ ������.. ������.. .,. t ��������� . i *������Q*>.  THE INTERCOLONIAL TEA CO.  Patronize home industry. We deal exclusively in Tea,  Coffee, Cocoa and Spices. We are here to please you and  we want your help.  We will-give you the best value, try us. ���������  Tea from 25c up.     Fresh Coffee from 30c to 40c  Cocoa, absolutely pure, 35c per lb.  3836 (lain St.  Phone Fairmont 1592  Csr Tracks Improved.  Renting and inquiries for bouses  are both continuing1 good tn Mount  Pleasant. Improvements op the sheets  sre going oh at fo* accelerated"pane.  tbe gang grading tbe Westminster  road being doubled snd tbe work proceeding at nlgbt.  paving ts also being steadily "car*  rted on. On 8tb. l������tb and W* operations are giving satisfaction to the  interested residents, and the 9. C,  Electric baa at last Improved tbat  part of Main street north of Broadway by taking up tbe old blocks and  laying stone ones down, cementing  between tbe rails to steady tbem  and removing the defective 'rails.  Traveling over tbla part of the line  is now a pleasure, and tbe B. 8. Ifll-  ectric is tbsnked by the grateful public for havlngabated tbe nuisance.  ed tbe groom. Mr. and Mrs. Rogers  are. spending tbeir honeymoon at  Nanaimo. Shawnigan Lake and Victoria, and will afterwards return to  make tbeir borne ln Vancouver.  A quiet wedding took ������lStt������--' o*  Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock  at tbe borne of Mr.'and Mrs. J. &  Clarke, 141 *Lansdowne avenue, when  tbeir eldest daughter. Mary Kyle, was  united (n; marriage to Frederick T.  Vernon, son of Mr. J. Vernon, of  Eleventh avenue. Tbe ceremony was  performed by Bev. S. Everton in the  presence of tbe Immediate relations.  Tbe. bride, wso was given away by  ber father, was attended by ber sister, Miss Jessie Clarke, and Miss pora  Vernon, sister of tbe groom. Mr. J.  A. Vernon acted as best man. After  receiving hearty congratulations Mr.  and Mrs. F. T. Vernon left for a boll-  day at Cowicban Bay.        ^  A marriage was solemnized at the  manse of the - first Presbyterian  Church on Wednesday, the Sth in*  stant, when the Rev. Dr.'' Fraser  united in matrimony Miss Mary Beatrice, daughter of Mr. 'James Thor-  burn of Vancouver.f-and Mr. Garfield  McDonald, of the inland revenue staff  of this city. Only the members of  the two families were present. Mr.  and Mrs. MacDonald will take up  their residence ln tbe Belnord Apartments, Eighth avenue .west, and *-������**i  be at home after the firsts of September.  CHURCH SERVICES.  , Cedar Cottage Presbyterian Ohorcb,  Rev. J. C. MadllL pastor. Morning  service, *\ o'clock, subject, " Jtow to  Succeed." Jfreniisxsej'v.ce, 7:30 p.m.,  subject, &Tfi*j Jasjton."/-'-  A very pretty wedding took place  on Wednesday, Aug. 7, at the boms  of tbe bride's father, Mr. George Y.  Wood. Prince Albert street and  Twenty-dlnth avenue, South Vancouver, wben Miss Bessie Lucinda Wood  and Mr. George Ernest Crawford, son  of Mr. Alexander Crawford, 631  Twenty-tbird avenue east, were united in matrimony, tbe Rev. George D.  Ireland of Westminster Church of*  desisting. After the wedding breakfast, at which a large number of  relatives were present, tbe bridal  party took the 10 o'clock boat for Seattle. Their honeymoon will be spent  In Portland and San Francisco with  relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs.  Crawford will spend the winter in  California.  Mt Pleasant business bouses that  are leaders In tbeir particular lines  and on whose word patrons can rely.  On Msin street are tbe following:  Owen's Hardware. 9337.  liougheed ft Co., real estate, 2348.  P. Paris Shoe Repair Shop, 2436.  Mt Pleasant Confectionery, 2440.  The Sanitary Market 2513.  Band's Cafe, 8*11.  Tbe Don���������Ice Cream, 2������48.  Darling's Drug Store, 2651    ; .  Keeler's Nursery, corner Fifteenth  avenue. ;  McBrlde's Hardware, Sixteenth avenue.  The Toronto Furniture, 3334.  Mt. Pleasant Livery, Main and  Broadway east.  F. T. Vernon's Feed Store, corner  Broadway  and  Westminster  Road.  Progressive Boot Repairing Shop,  232 Broadway East.  MacLachlan Boot and Shoe Repuair  Shop, 3330 Main St.  RobIo & Jones, Wall Papers, 2440  Main St.  Main Transfer Co., 2421 Scotia St.  Trimble & Norrls, Real Estate, corner Broadway and Westminster Road.  Peters   &   Co.   Shoe   Repair   Shop, j formed  by  the  Rev.  G.  H.    Wilson,  Main, back of Bloomfield's Gate. j B.A.   The bride, who was given away  Arthur   Frith's    Furnishing    Store,  D** her father, looked charming in her  At 12 noon Wednesday the marriage was solemnized very quietly at  St. Michael's Church of Nettie E.,  younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs.  S. J. Taylor of Fairview, formerly of  Guelph, Ont., and Mr. David M. Rose,  B.S.A:,_of Toronto; Anglican secretary  of the Laymen's Missionary Movement in Canada, eldest son of Mr.  Montague Rose of Hayes, Middlesex,  England. A number of friends of the  bride gathered at the church to witness the ceremony, which    was    per-  AMATCUR RAtESALt.  Appended ts tbe schedule of tbe  .ower   Mainland   Baseball   League,  wbicb opened the 1st of July wltb the  People's 'f'rost Co., Ltd., at New West*  ilnstor, wbicb was wop by tbe flnan-  lers. Tbe League is under tbe auspl-  es of tbe B. C. A. A. U. and will com*  ete for a silver cup and individual  liver medals awarded by tbe People's  'rust Co., Ltd., of New Westminster.  Aug. 17���������Comets and P. T. Co. Queen's  Park, N. W.  Aug. 17���������Pippins and Tigers, Mount  Pleasant, Vancouver.  Aug. 24���������-Pippins and p.T.Co., Queen's  park, N. W.      '  Aug. 14���������Comets and Tigers, Mount  Pleasant, Vancouver.      :.  Aug. *3l���������p. T. Co. and Tigers, Mount  pleasant Vancouver.  Sopt. 7���������Comets snd P* T. Co., Simon  Fraser Scbool, Vancouver.  Sept 7���������Pippins and Tigers, Bridge  Street Vancouver.  *-^l4v .-f^ .S."^ a^fifc^.-^������t^v .'>.*;; ^.,  Our stock of Furniture  is Large, Modern and  adapted to the tastes of  Buyers.  Dressers, Buffets, Tables  Chairs, Couches, Mattresses, Bedsteads, etc.  A complete line of  Linoleums, (*������rpet-8qnares, ate.  Drop In snd inspect our goods,  lids is whew v������������'get s sonars  H.H. COW AN  1 ������������������*������ * * *** *'** * 11 m.i * * ** I'  We live to serve the people.  Our Stock is complete and  of excellent quality..  YOUR ftEAimt  -   *-���������    * **  ��������� "4ep������o>^iK)r4 the cxm-Ji-  ttwof ywr apfoe. Jo  , enjoy B*atf^|H������JthJr������t  you^s^^*as^^%  -.   .   -      r     .   .     '-        . , >  Ernest Shaw, P.C.  . (Doctor of Chiropractic)  250 22nd Avenue Past  (Clots to Main St.)  Office Hours: 1 JO to 6.    Consultation*  s   . free.     1.'  l^rwlwg M U)*m  tn 9m*w*l |.       lift. Firtisftsi, Pisr  Has installed a  "ooodvpai sitof mm wmt"  Turns ont shoes equal to now  Choi  corner of Broadway and Main.  All of the above are thoroughly interested  in  Mt   Pleasant's    forward  movement and consistently patronize ���������     J   ,, ^    _,    .  ., ,     .. . .  j and skirt.   The bridal yeil was caught  i with a spray of-orange blossoms and  fell to the edge of the round train.  graceful gown of white silk veiled  with ninon, some exquisite Irish point  lace forming the surplice and white  satin rose  buds adorning the bodice  1 "Home Industry."   One call on  will insure another.  To Rent -8 Roomed House  4529 Valentine St., between 29th and  She was attended by her sister. Dr.  Eva, Taylor,  as  maid  of  honor,  and  little    Miss    Margaret    Taylor,    and  ���������.,,   . _    ,.   ��������� . . ...    Master Dick Taylor, niece and nephew  30th Ave.,   South Vancouver; strictly *f the brJde  ftcted  modern, new.     Apply Muir & Lobb,!  as flower girl and  2410 Westminster Fond.  jpage, preceding .the bridal procession.  The groom was supported by an old  Our Workmen  are _Skilled  Reliable and Prompt.  LEE &V WOOD  523 Broadway, W.   Pbone Fair. 1526  "^���������'x^py-y^  mtBiknWz  2471 Westminster^ Road  Cor. Broadway        Mt Pleasant  Poultry Supplies  of every description  V  Phone: Fair. 186  J  ,.        GO TO    '  KEELER'S NURSERY  Cor I Sth Ave. & Main St.  The finest Tuberous  Rooted   Begonias   in the  City now on Display  Prices Reasonable  PHONE: Fairmont 817 xyit^xjiyx  ���������$'m$"'''    '  ^^xsii-^-i^ssyy -xy  W0������^?Mi$$l!$>i  THE  CALL.  ->.* '*jgt Wit**,  ������e Heart ������f Vancouver  1**1* l ** t H 'l *4 *$**M������W**>*ft9j  I If You Help Your District   %  \ You also Help Yourself :  ^ * '.'���������^"^���������nr** *i"****f*r ������������������* "-  Mt. Pleasant Carriage &  Horseshoeing Shop  Dealers in Heavy Team  and   Express  Wagons  Rubber Tire Work  MIJIR & LOBB  2410 Westminster Road  TKB WESTS***** CA*UCw  Issued every Friday, at 2408 Wetetmtn  ter Road, one-half block north of Broad  way.    Phone Fairmont 1140.  Editor. H. H. Stevens; Manager, Geo-  \. Odium  Sb Sam lutlnn |1.00 per year, 60 cents  ver fix mouths; 26 cents per three  months.  Changes of ada. mint be In by Tues*  lay evening each week to Insure Insertion in following issue.  Notices  of   births,  deaths  and  mar*  ���������lages Inserted free of charge.  mmmmmmsaBesamammmmmssBmmBsaaB  Imperial Transfer Co.  Tommy bad been tardy at school,  and this was the excuse he banded in:  "mis M'Ineraey pleas Exkuse tommy for Bing late be was Kep *out on  account of Sixness In the Fambly  yours Respeet Nieodemus Tucker."  -"Tbomas," aald tbe teacher, after  she had read it, "I have serious doubts  about the genuine** of this, lt looks  very suspicious."  "I know it, ma'am." he said, sniffing, "I told' paw J could write bet-  ter'n he could, but he would do it." _  ~ "But why do you advertise-that you  want to sell tbls car because you are  going to leave the city? You know  that isn't so."  "Yes lt is. If 1 ever sell tbls car for  wbat I ask for It I'll have to leave the  City/'-���������Detroit Free Press.  4******i*4*****l**9*****9*f*****������>*****i****f*i>*4*****^/t  Our Opinion on the  Range Question  We toaow we have vour confidence and we have  jnade -oursehrea worthy of it by handling the very  ���������best meichaiidife in our line. jl  Weal* Is^Kir with the good qualities of every  *toyfcjttrit**igeon the market  In our opinion  e  is the best of them all and the  range in service will hack us up  ���������ay ont W there waa a bettor range fga-Je, we wc  ...jiii. you ttefeiy *%m .  yog not come and aee it?* We  ������  r,w^ja^we<ianeonvliieeyou  f^aT*|pf*flTBo7*' fff   T**T*a)^fe  W. R. OWEN  2337 Main Street        - Phone Fairmont 417  ********)**)********t***1***t*1*********>****)**4******  BAND'S CAFE  W'  t   Ha*ii   m^mmmmm  ��������� ay* |wa*Bf ifaa*a*a**av  J. W. Mosrsc  Jt's Just I4fce ftome  The most up-to-date place in Mount Pleasant.  Clean, Tasty and Quick Service.  ���������-���������':: Our chef, Mr. levers, hte of tbe  '���������������- y   *���������-   '������������������:.     Hste| Eiystoin, ie second to none.���������"  m  ��������� vaSS**.:!:  I-W  lits and Fish in season.  fer to Balte, Partial, etc.  ISINESS MEN'S LUNCH  ^K������n MAIN STREET  Corner 10th Avenue        Phone Fairmont 609  2652  ST; COR. I Ith Ave.  ���������i DRUGS, STATIONERY  | CAMERA SUPPLIES  : CIGARS/TOBACCO  ] PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY BY  REGISTERED MEN  :  :  ���������  .���������  :  :  r  ***)******************���������******���������****������������������***************���������**  PHONE:   PAIRN0NT   514  ���������J. R. DARLING, Prop.  Social and Personal  Miss Bella Mllltgan of Toronto Is  the guest of Mrs. H. J. Scrivener,  1435 Eleventh avenue west.  Mrs. H. A. Tate of Middleton N. S.,  is the guest of,Mrs. H. B. Margeson,  1049 Thirteenth avenue east.  Mrs. H. A. Tate of Mlddleton, N. 8.,  is the guest of Mrs. H. B. Margeson,  1049 Thirteenth Avenue East.  Mrs. H. A. Tate, of Mlddleton, Nova  Scotia, is the guest of Mrs. H. B.  Margeson, 1049 Thirteenth avenue  east.  Mr. David E. Rose arrived In the  city on Friday last from Toronto and  is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. 8. J.  Tajlor, fairview.  Rev. W. Lashley Hall, pastor Mount  Pleasant Methodist Church, has re-  turned#from his vacation, refreshed  for renewed labors.  Rev. John W. Woodside, M.A.,  pastor of Mount Pleasant Presbyter-  tan Church, left yesterday for a trip  to Montreal, Toronto and other cities.  He travels via Seattle and Chicago. *  Mr. Donald Ingram of Nelson, B. C,  arrived in the city yesterday on a  vlBit to friends in Fairview. He will  go from here to Seattle and will also  spend' some time in Portland before  returning home.  Miss Ross, accompanied by her sister, Miss Margaret Ross, of Sixth avenue east, will leave next week for  Europe, where they intend to remain  tor several montfis. They are at present tbe guests ot their sister, Mrs.  D. McLeod. of Sixth avenue east.  At the residence oTMr. and Mrs.  J. Wilson, 5S Broadway west, Miss  Dorothy A. Anderson, daughter of  Mr. W. J.   Anderson   of    Csrnton,  B. C. FALL FAIRS  Following Is the list of fairs:  Arrow Lakes���������October 4-5.  Alberni���������September 13.  Armstrong���������October 16-lT.  Burquitlam���������September 28.  Jella Coola���������October 30.  Cowlchan���������September 20-21.  Comox���������October 3.  Coquitlam--September 21.  Cbllllwack���������September 19-20.  Central Park���������September 12-13.  Cranbrook���������September 18-19.  Delta���������-September 20-21,  Grand Forks���������Sept. 26-27.  Greenwood���������September 30.  Golden���������September 24-25.  ~* XT'  Islands���������September 18.  Kent���������September 12-13.  Kamloops���������September 18-20.  Kelowna���������September 26-27.  Kaslo���������October 15.  Langley���������September 25.  Mission���������September 24-25.  ' Maple Ridge���������Sept. 25-26.  Matsnul���������September 26-27.  -Nanalmo���������September 17-19.  N.-'bnd S. Saantch���������Oct. 4-5.  Nicola���������September 25.  North Vancouver���������Sept. 7.  N,e*y Westminster���������Oct. 4-6.  Nelson���������September 23-25.  New Denver���������October 2.  Fentlcton��������� September 29.  Revelstoke���������October 8-10.  Richmond���������September 25*26.  Shawnigan���������September 18.  Satinon Arm���������Sept 27,18.  8uiqmerland���������October 30, 31.  Surrey���������September 24.  Trail���������September 25-26.  Vernon���������October 28, 24.  Vaneouveiv-August 10-17.  Windermere���������Sept. 20-2L  Victoria,   (provincial    exhlbitlon-  September 34-2$.  A>  *********************************  ������������������ ,*|-rt*t>.--Hi  PETERS & GO,  PIONEER SHOEMAKERS  Are stiu at the old stand  2517 Main Street &a&u-. o.fe  Most reliable Boot and Shoemakikg in Mount Pltusant.  ��������� y-yyt-pr  .., .,,^,-j ���������.  " -rr? y? ?'���������?  ~*iff?yj' {  b    *4*\   .*'.*���������  y-fli yy.^y  ���������* ���������**(  "*���������**������������������������������������ ���������������������������������������������# MMilMMl  HllllMlltMlllllUIHIl.   IMH1H4IH ) 11II11 * MIOjl  ? -s?  PHONE  PAIBMOrrT  510  THE   DOM     rJMcGOWEN  ICE CREAM  PARLOR * SALTER* ; g  2S4B Mmlm Si. 2Hetere tr*mttik4r*.   y--:  Is the coolest Parlor in Mount Pleasant. y ~ 'r.y'~ %$f&,   ���������-       "        " % r������lJ������ty&!l  >   Call and try oar lee Oream, Sundaes, Sodas, Cider,: Soft Drinks. ttBvV h^?:^/  We get our Sweet Oream, Milk. Butter and Buttermirk fresh dritfT >> l^^fcij  "*" *\    i      v -S*^j*-,*fi^li  Urge selection of Cigars, Cigarette.-md Tobacco*. ���������* &&$aiM  As^tiits for Wwnan's Bakery. .    ���������_    -   ~pi f^i^  MMiiniHiiiiiiinibiu������ in111nnnim:"iimhmii </"'^-*^  ;*"'���������"";" ��������� "*" ��������� *;��������� * tn n 111 n ii t n i iii un ii.  A'.fM  ARE TOD INTERESTED IN B. C KETH8M I     ,  ���������'     THEN THE       "  '- ,  '^  HCROC8 BOTH.  The Mart Wbo Saved a Train, and the  Dog Who Saved His Msstsr.  One difference between brave men  and brave animals ia^tbat a valiant  Brldge-of-Allen, Scotland, was united {man.lconsiders bis action, and knows  tou niar*iaf*e t������ Jf-v^Roberi Evan it is heroic; tbe ani-nal behaves'splen  Hookas ot liondon,   England.     Tbe  Rev. J. Woodside performed the ceremony in tbe presence of relatives and  intimate friends.  Last Saturday marked the twentieth anniversary of tbe marriage of  Mr. and Mrs. pick, pioneers of Van*  couver, who celebrated the occasion  by holding a reception and garden  party at tbelr borne on Nineteenth  avenue,. 8outb Vancouver. A large  number ot old friends were present  to do honor to the bride and groom,  who were tbe recipients of a great  many handsome presents. Perfect  weather favored the event and the  guests spent an enjoyable afternoon  strolling about -tbe spacious, flower*  bordered lawns.  McBRIDE'8 HARDWARE STORE-  George E. McBride, head ot tbe  firm G, E. McBride ft Co., corner Main  street and Sixteenth.avenue, has been  in the hardware business a good portion of bis career. He has successively operated stores in Guelph, Winnipeg and Vancouver. He set up business in the Terminal City four yeara  ago, and not only possesses a well-  atocked and attractive store, but also  enjoys a large and growing trade.  There is usually a reason why some  men* succeed where others fail in business. One has oniy to meet Mr. ������ic-  ctride to teei instinctively tnai be was  cut out to win success m wnatever he  oends his energies to. He has a brilliant tuture before him with-plenty ot  time to accomplish things in, aa ne is  now but 3i years of age.  Associated with bim in business is  ui* uiuiui, air. j ames Mcx>riue, ni0uiy  inspected by all wao know mm.  Father and son were both born at  Guelpn, Ont., of thrifty Scotch-Irish  ���������jaremage. Their great graud-parents  were among the pioneers of Ontario,  and began the clearing of the -forest  m that splendid province. The hardships ot tuo&e early days, together  with tales of bears and wolves and  other (ienizeus of the forest, were re-  uearsed around the fireside in childhood days. -  Both of these men of affairs are  charmed with the city of their adop-  tion, and anticipate great things for  the future of Vancouver. It is a pleasure to bave business men of this  stamp enrolled among those who advertise in our columns. We trust our  readers  in   their   section    will  dtdlyt without knowing bow meritorious its conduct is.  Hers is a type of heroism that a  dog could net bave achieved. As an  express train was running recently  frof Rouen to Havre, ln France, one  of the tubes in tbe boiler of tbe engine burst, and steam rushed out into  tbe driver's place, not only preventing bint from working tbe levers, but  making it impossible for him to remain at bis post. He was driven out,  and there was an express train rushing to ruin st top speed over tbe metals. Great bravery In the man was  coupled with ready resource. Although'  shockingly scalded, he crept out on to  tbe ledge ot the engine, and managed  to apply the brakes from the outside,  so bringing tbe train to a standstill,  and saying the lives of all in tbe  train.  Here is a piece of heroism in a dog  where men had failed. It had been  burled in a deep snow-slide on a Canadian railway, and its master, though  not near it, was involved in the same  disaster. Many men hurried to the  spot, and tried to dig out their comrade, but -could not And him. Meanwhile, the little dog quietly scratched  and worried with his sharp claws until he cleared a way -out for himself.  Then lie set to work to tind his master, and by scratching and nosing he His cheek  found the spot where he lay hidden.' trembling;  Western Methodist Recorder  (Published Monthly) .    -  Is almost indespenBiWe toyoii. ���������'  No other medium will give you such general land  sneh satisfactory . mfomatfon about Mttbodist  activity in this great growing province. Whether  a Methodist or not you are interested in Ifetl  movement   Send ytwr aabecription to  T''  aUMfer MNait4iMNerr.ir.(^iA  *f.0O ~  Ommromr  ftCtll1a.|,L  -' -y.  yy^M  i  ���������i������ iim i it Minimum i .011 *** **** MUMiimn mm  e*i������������e������������<ef������MieitMiei������tt ������������������H������eitUMMH>������������Mi������it  For good values in  WM. ESTATE ANP INVESTMENTS  : Call on  Cor- Pnmtlwiiy nnd Weetmlnster Roml  ���������WtHt������f������������������������������������������!������������******* ft������tf������Me������������af������itttltt������i������  *  ~/J*m  4  Always in Mt pleasant  pbxwwfairmont U77  Main Transfer Ca.  *a****a**a**a*a*a*B*a*B*a*aa*a**a*B**B*aa  Express, ftaggageand Storage  TmnH������ Moved m Short Notice  phone Fairmont 1177  Stand 2421 Scotia St.. Mt. pleasant  MacUCHMN 9 MORGAN  (mitt   CLASS  SOOTS   ANO  SHOHS  Of qaareataM OayaSty  adiea'. Gantlemen'a and  ChUdrea'i  at  halt city prlcaa.  BOOTS atMl SHOES lifiPAfRgp  Oar  long   expariance   and    eqalp-asnt  snaraotece good wAramnnioip.  3330 Main SU nnd Cor. 18th Ave. and Main St*  Awful���������The president of tbe university had dark circles under his eyes,  was pallid; bis lips were  he wore s hsunted ex*  The men followed the dog, digging at pression. Every now and then be  the point the dog indicated, und got turned and glanced apprehensively be-  the prisoner  out after  he  had  been hind him. f  burled for eight hours. j    -.yolI look m������ ^^ his wife. "Wbat  The. engine-driver received, and de- j8  wrong, dear?"  served, a gold metal.    The dog felt,    ������Notbi^5 m���������ch," he replied.    "But,  himself rewarded  when   he saw  his ,__, had a fearfu, dream iaat n,ght j  master again. | and I feel this as if I���������as if 1���������I���������r"j  " l He hesitated and stammered.   It was.  A f.,.v.end.���������eV*=r?.fe^JlLshJ"!; evident that his nervous system was!  shattered.  WANTB���������������t*dioa to do plain  liffht ���������wwisf-at borne, wholo or  time, Good pay. Work cent any distance. Charge* paid. Send stamp for  fnll particnlarM.���������Natioual Mauufactnr-  ingOo., Monrreal.  zen who had plainly suffered some  hard knocks. "Well, Pat, how aie you  geting along now?" he inquired.  "O, Oim hard up yet, but Oi have a  find job in Honolulee, and fare paid.  Oi sail toinorroy."  "Sure, jnan, you'll never be able'to'ed that���������that I should���������that  work there.    The temperature is one  hundred iii the shade."  ���������Pat had\endured  too much  fully to" bfe discouraged.    "Well,"  he  replied hopefully. "Oi'll not be wurrk-  itr in th' sh'aa.e all th' toime."���������Continent.  "Wbat was the dream?" asked bis  wife.  "I���������I���������dreamed the trustees requir-  I should  pass the freshman examination for���������  .        iadmission!"    sighed  the president.���������  Youth's Companion.  CHIROPRACTIC.  A woman entered Cossitt library the  other day, says a Memphis paper, and  solicited the assistance of a ioan desk  clerk.  Dr. Ernest Shaw ot* 250 Twenty-sec-1     "I  am   searching for a book  called  onJ Avenue east, is demonstrating his1;^ .Dentist's  Infirmary.'"  she  said.  ������.,n - ^      ������= ��������� . ,_<        x .   ���������   rhe president of our library club told  ability and the efficiency of his art to-,^ ,0 K<?t jf ������������������  the satisfaction of many of his pa-1 "The Dentist's rnfirmary," repeated  tients. It will pay persons who are] the clerk with a rising inflection,  out of health to consult this Doctor! ^'th aSdy ctess800'**' ^^ * ^^  of Chiropractic before giving up hope! -y^* " "eplie/The woman, "it's all  of restoration. He can be found at j about devils and angels and sueh-i  keep j his office which is close to the car line jlike" -        |  track of their announcements and fa-, on Main St., any time between 1:30      Th* Ufht or understanding dawned;  .*. _ _z*u .*.-���������- ������������������*-^������������������������������ , ., on  'he face of the   clerk,  vor them with their patronage. and 6 p.m. ,meftn Dante'6 'Inferno.'M  Wat STANLEY  afanaccr  8. ft. KBDBURN  Stanley & Co.  Contracting Painters  and  Paper-Hangers  Full line of Wall Papers  2317 Main Street  Phone Fairmont 998  ���������rSjTrya"CALL"ad. Wdtf-ftHga*-****!-^^ ^-^*4.^jgMKC������i-^^ 'j'������ ������^.*������W^**MMB*tSja^  *C*ttA-aatai-a.aK*a*J*>M*t*������**^^ *wmt i*aWfl"-7a*a������Srt������aa*aT.aB*sl  $  '   wift*->������*****��������� "  THE WESTERN CALL.  mm BORDER TAILOR  3438 Commercial St.  Four doors north of old stand  First class Ladies and Gents  suits made to order.    Best  workmanship guaranteed.  Cleaning and Pressing  Phone Fairmont 1217  LEADER  GROCERY  J. WEARN, Prop.  Leader Creamery Butter, 3 lbs. for $1.00  C Flakes 3 for  25c  Canned Cream, 10 oz., 3 for rr........ 25c  Worcester Sauce, 3 for 25c  VICTORIA ROAD, CORNER BODWELL ROAD  Every Line a Special  ��������� AT ���������  E. BENNETT, Cash Grocer  Opposite fire Hall. Cedar Cottage  ^.      Delivery to any part.  Save paying rent. Wo hare for sale a 2-room cottage with lot 33x150  near car, price $1050 00.   Small cash payment, bal. #15 00 per month.  FOR SALE���������At a bargain, a 5-room bungalow with fireplace aud nil  modern appliances near Bodwell ami Victoiia Bonds: price $3300, $500  oaRh, balance $25 00 per mouth. -  -  Geo. A. Stevens  NOTARY PU3LIC  CEDAR COTTAGE  9****%******************** **************************  *.X\  .������.*.;  gyWAPfflxm  Romance  " "SureThing we bave.  And you paid!  for tbe Chink riot out In tbe street.!  That's all right so far as it goes. And  you told me. Mr. Yazzy, that these'  two were holding out something the  Jap government needed���������something  you bave a right to Ret. and that wo  might have to give them a third' degree to get It out of them.   Correct?'  "Of preciseness, Mr. Kelly.' Why  the questioning?"  "Because," smiled Kelly, focussing  his black orbs upon the slanting eyes  of the Japanese, "because you'are a  rotten liar, Mr. Yazzy. These two  boys are government messengers, land  you are a Japanese spy. Cut tberu  loose; Kid." '���������������������������������������������  . The Jewish youth calmly bent 'dver  Brockett and severed -the ropes it hat  held bis arms, and then performed  the same service for Solano. Mr  Yazimoto, bis sin fling face transformed  to a brown mask of astonishment,'and'  horror, sprang back from the table,  and stood biasing and spltting^llke  some gigantic cat.  "I���������-I���������-you. thief���������you big* Italian  dog"���������he screeched, and then came s:  flood of Japanese exclamations^-antf  aspersions. His right hand flew to bis  back, and like a pair of wolves Ke.ll.)  and his brother pinioned bihi ..In practiced grasp. The Jewish young maii  thrust sinuous,'greedy bands into Mr  Yaslmoto's pockets, and the packet* o  money, the little scraps of paper; tfm  a small, black, automatic pistol, weiv  laid upon the table. s  > ,     :  -h ox  "Better be on your way, Mr.Yaijfy,.'  said Kelly, pressing, sharply on th������  wall. An opening, perhaps two,'ee!  wide and six feet high, seemed tS'ap  pear from utter blankness, and Mi  Kelly politely waved bis band to wart  'the'iSkit;:-^-- ,~;_--j;;'.;....'.;.v;;,^���������;,.;.,:  f' :Mr;- Yazimoto vras np longer;? tfeV  courteous -Httre brown man, puffinj.  ****-������*v  *M  Pettiest Cofft* wwy Morninf  ���������mi ������4w������y* Ibe wow with o  Rochester Percolator  *>*t������]������rtiiPric������ ��������� ShM-WO-****" ��������� Start*; C|m*  8AV13S NFAH1.Y WAJ.F  fc^iise it <**tt*t^^        |oo4 of tbe cof e������  Aab for oar WastrsM  Folder*   "How to  SS^ "***"**���������****'    ���������r,S^"***Pa*WS^la**s������W  GoSbe.-*  sald be. "Want something to hract  you? I can send right upstairs anc  get you anything you like. No? That's  all right, if you are on the water-  wagon, but you've been through romo  nerve-shaking stuff, and you need a  little Invigorator. Tell you what���������  I'll have some coffee and some good  thick steaks brought down here; we  can eat on this table, and I can tell  you the whole story without any rubbernecks horning in."  There was no chance to decline tht  hospitality of Mr. Kelly, even if" th<  ;boys had wished to refuse.   They hat  no   desire    to   refuse   bis   friend ij"  proffers,   for   that   matter���������both   o  them, with the danger past,   fount  themselves unstrung and shaky.  Tin  Italian's offer,of coffee and steaks aj  pealed at once, and It was only i  few minutes before the Jewish yon tl  superintended the setting of thestable  .'"/'Did you see the Jap gent on hi*  way?" queried Mr. Kelly, as the coffee  pot was borne in.  '*; "I sure did that," grinned the Hebrew, "tie wanted to atop and argue  at the street door, but I give him tbe  circus-hand and out he went, still catcalling. He's one sore guy, and we'll  have to watch out for-his smoke If we  ain't careful." -  "He'll never come back." said Mr.  Kelly. "Not 'round here, any ways, but  I got a nogon he'll try to get to you  fellows while you are on your errand.  Keep your lamps open, and don't forget to lock up the back door nights;"  Five young men of excellent appetites fell earnestly' upon the steaks  aad coffee, and the hospitable Mr. Kelly! seemed delighted at tbe enthusiasm  shown by his guests. -> There was, no  discussion of any special aubjeet while  tbe meal was in progress, but when  the feast was finished Mr. Kelly, light-  ing SP S cigarette, began bis wofk ofM  explanation.  ���������Til tell you fellows ail, about tt,  ; every line from the atart to now-and I  |n������o# you won't let It go any further.  It*p4ike this: I'm in the backroom of  $������y cafe, upstairs here, .when this  Japanese, duck:. comes la-*?oh*. *s4������**#.  about an hour before vyo������ jnade |be  ������. I  ���������IZB*  Cor. Main Str. and .16th Ave.  PHONE: Fairmont 899  IMNCH STWE. Cerner Miles aad Fnuer Avows  ^;-     r Phone: Fairmont 1167L  a)S$<$l������S#a)>������S������|$SS������1S$$SM   **************************  and soft-mannered/ lis sputtered bis  rage in almost inarticulate cries, and  then grabbed at jthe, money on ^tbe  table. Mr. Kelly threw bis wrist  across tbe brown throat and flung him  back again. '���������-' ���������- ��������� '.���������:"  . Ton can leave the ten thousand.  Mr. Ysssy,** said Kelly, while the ifew*  tab young man retired, wltb tbe sheaf  of money, to tbe farther corner ���������Jpf;th'i  room. "It's coming to us, I t***uk.  jjust charge it up to profit and loss.  'Mr. Ysssy. You'll never dare opcr;  your face about wbat came off, and  .you ought to be thankful that we let  In advance, and I can-Fed IE through.  Then, when we got you bagged and  stowed, something seemed to- alt main the thought tank. Yon two dfds/t  look like the kind5 of people the Jap.  had any right taxbotber^gee? I dnn't  often make mistakes when I size up  men���������not even when itV In a hurry  and with a bag going over tbelr beads.  CJINA4. BILL. PA88ED.  Washington, Aug. 9.���������The Panama  Canal Administration Bill, providing  for free passage to American ships',  prohibiting; railroad-owned Vessels::  from using, the waterway,, and author*'  izhig the establishment of a one-man  " 'Something wrong here,* thought I' 8������veinment when the canal is com-  to myself. Then I thought some more.. I Pleted, was passed tonight by the Sen-  Just now. there's a lot of trouble be- ate, 47 to 15. The provision for free"  tween this government and Japan, ��������� tolls, which was fought out in the Sen-  isn't there? And Jap spies are work*  ing overtime all through the country,  aren't they? This yellow mas. thinks  Kelly, is pulling something tbat la full  of nerve, but hadn't -ought to come  through. Mind you. boys, I bave to  dope this out fast, and while tbe Mt*  tie man Is right with me.  "I walked through the cafe upstairs, with Mr. Yazimoto alongside  me, giving me new bunk about bow  necessary it waa to get some cipher  or other off you, me pretending to  give blm close attention, but beginning to figure out tbat there would  have to* be a flipflop and a new turn  of the cards. Suddenly the door  opened���������just a few Inches���������and in  sailed a little white envelope. I picked  It up, opened the door again, and  looked out Into Doyers street. Whoever threw the envelope bad made a  getaway hi the crowd. Tbe envelope  was addressed to.me,~all right, and as  I opened it Mr. Yazimoto edged up  dose to rubber.  " 'You will excuse me. Mr. Yazimoto,' said I, 'but this note is very personal���������from .a "young lady.' And I  sheered off a yard or so, while the  little man smiled and apologized.   I  iSco,uaIntance of, .tbeinjacji:.% fnffik.  .due* %mm iiW^r^bio^i  asked me if I could torn a trie*���������*  said be bad read about my reputation in a magazine. ft I ever catch  tbe stiff tbat wrote It, bint and me  Will'go to the floor, for it's made me  a lot of trouble���������-still, it made ms  Some easy kale tbls evening, so I  oughtn't to get sore about it-;. .  ���������"Anyway. Mr. Yazimoto tells me  tbat Jtwo crooks, with a lot of stair  tbst they'd stolen from the Japanese  embsssy st Washington, would be in  Doyers atreet before long, and, tbat  he'd make Jt worth gob*} money to  J pars 'em. See tbe frsme-up? ".%%* sr-  snged for tbe mob scene. Those  Chinks were all Japs in Chinese  Clothes. Of course, I don't know bow  be wss wise tbst you two would bs  along so-soon, or bow be knew you'd  be in Doyers street at all."  "Tbat gets me," exclaimed Brockett  "How on earth could Yasimoto know  where we would be, or st wbat time?  And even If be bad managed to ettuv  on our track, bow could bs be posted  Isr enough ahead to have things ready  for bur reception?"   "  "Got to give it to those, yellow  mokes," said Mr. Kelly. "They are**  long ways wiser than we give 'em  for carfare."  CHAPTER XI.  PWilESi  HUcs tsysjssr U4  Ns.SsfaMsrtim  m  25 lastttfs strvBL fast  A. M. BEATTIE  Auctioneer,  Appraiser and Notary Public for British Columbia  General Real Estate, Mining Broker. Financial Agent  >i$aiai������t#i������t*������i������������������'i������-i������*i'*)'t'SK$ait<������i������iiiiiai*iaiai������iai'  HAVE NICE TEETH  It is easy to do this and-you cannot enjoy good health unless your   ;  teeth are sound, and you are able to chew/our food properly.   See  Ora.   at Woo*  We will fill all cavities painlessly and permanently.    Do any Bridge  <  Work necessary. Clean Your Teeth Thoroughly; in short put Your Teeth   ',  in Perfect Condition.   If necessary we will fit you with Artificial Teeth   ��������� >  tbat will be so natural and comfortable that your most intimate friends   ]  will not be able to tell that they are not your own natural teeth.  We guarantee our work.   Prices reasonable.  Ore. Thompson ** Wood  OanOata  '    (Oyer Granville Drug Store) 641 Granville St., Vancouver, B. C.   ;  [    Hours 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.   Open evenings by appointment   PhoneSey.3779   ,  *********************** ������������������K������l������t*ISi*>l������<St������fl������1 ������!������>������������  we csn't even understand. One tins  I kasw s party���������well, I'll tall yon tbst  ���������ne soma other time. Too busy now.  Anybow, tbls Ysslmoto sum frames tip  tbe whole deal. Tbo Cblak rtot would  fores yon over towards my door; rd  call you In to get ont of ths smoks,  aad then we'd have yon.*'  Ton bad us. all right," sdmltted  8o*sao. "But what wss to bs doss  wltb us after tbe Jsp got all bs wsnt-  atr  "Ob, tbat was sU understood," ���������������-  pUlaed Mr. KeUy.   "After you  sir. Ysslmoto, looking mors like a  baffled wildcat tban a trim little Jap*  aness gentleman, stopped in the narrow exit to pour ftrtb s volley of selected objurgations, a perfect flood of  remarks, most of which must have  been highly uncomplimentary. Mr.  Kelly pointed a supple linger towards  tbe blackness tbst lay beyond' tbo  doorway. .  "Best It now, best It, before I bs*,-.      ..      ��������� .  eons real annoyed at you.   Such lan- ***���������*��������� Mai all be was after, you would  took out������ little square card, and all  that was on the card, was these words:  " 'LET THEM 00'  : "'Ab, the poor girl,' sal* 1. lujclc,  just like that���������'ain't it a pity tbey get  so stuck on a guy they juat canft let  him alone?' And Mr. Yazimoto was  passing *ne some stall about it be|ng  no wonder-theradieB loved me, but  I'm not/hearing him���������I'm, thinking.  Then we went downstairs, and before  we got to the cellar I had framed up  the. whole ���������Works, from start to flnlib;:  just as -It:-eame-off.**:������':;'"���������"> ��������� yy:... y y-.-.  \ "iion't know how we can ever repay yon for your change of mind, Mr.  Kelly,", exclaimed Brockett, and the  Impetuous Solano burst out with profuse gratitude. "My father, Mr. Kelly,"  cried the Cuban,. "Is a rich man. Tell  *js what you jtbhik^;. ybw;%ln(teess; is  worth; and hell double the amount.**  v Mr. Kelly waved Ills hand, de-irecat-  iaflr.' '���������:yyyyy:'^yyr:yyy:y:y!--  "As far as that stuff Is concerned,  Six, nix," quotb the Italia*), ^'p satisfied to know that you young fellbw*  haven't anything against tne for framing tbe trick in tbe first place.; Some  people' would feel good and sore about  It. As for any ksi-,���������wby, tbo Jap has  bald aU the frttfht berets hia-ten  ibpuMnd. llMms'to ine wo ought to  split it five wsys--HWo- tbbu to each  of "us."; -  "Couldn't accept It," negatived  Brockett "It wouldn't seem'rlght to  tsko It, Mr. Kelly/*     v        ^ >,  "Nona of It for mine.'* Solano seconded. "Keep it all, Mr. Kelly���������you  are entitled to it." -  (To be Continued)  **************************  If  CAW. ON  M*\  (Doctor of Chiropractic)        *  250 22ncJ Avenue East  (fttrpprectic succeeds   where  medicine fails. \y.  Hours 1:30 to 6 Consultation free  **99*****M99**.**999*999*  ate on Wednesday,, was endorsed  again just before the passage of the  measure. \  the Star^i^  smith Shop  Allirt & McCready  West minster Rd. and  Commercial St.  Horse-Shoeing and  Wagon Repairing*.  Try Our Lunch Room  HOME COOKING  lc<6 Cream, Tobacco aiwT Cigars  PraSer'S The'oae awl Only  "��������� ;;-:. >���������������������������       ���������- '���������'(' ���������'-������������������ '������������������"���������    ���������"'.'.-���������;'���������  Car Termnius Vvi'ctoria Road  Motto    ^ Gleanlintiss.^  PHONE: Fairmont 1695  Cor. Victoria and Westminster Roads  GENHcAL PLUMdHe   ^  Jfobbihg1; Promptly Attended jto;  ^ Estimates Furnished Free.  Distance no  Cedar Cottaxe P.O., Soslb Vsscoaver.B.C.  ���������Lk':^i^'i"C^-wfci^.x.---^Ar':--. ^  yeih-iCM 'hours:  &$M?;yy$pfi,*i:-.  Saturday evening,,  ������������������-������������������7-%:������-or/b#-api-'--';  pofntment;     ���������  &  Fo, CONFIDENTIAL INVfiS^  TlOAIfONS jrouvantainaaaf  iatccrity. experience aad umtf.  That man ia iohnaton: aaerae-'  ��������� uaran'eed. VitU Bfcaa Th*  Saerat Sarv'^a Buraao.  "-fit  f-tage* And I'd nave sworn you were  aa educated gentleman! Oat out of  >ere, now, or you'll have a smoky go-  out, first thing you know. And don't  you come bothering 'round Doyen  street again. If I over see you tbls  side of Fnurtoonth street I'll run you  ���������a fast you'll discover s lot of new  iareauos In tbto town. More along  now! Upstage!" Mr. Kelly made a  quick more toward tbo door, and Mr.  Yasimoto, with a final screech of fury,  vanished into tbe dark regions beyond  the threshold.  : "I suppose." aald Mr. Kelly, returning to his chair, while tbe Jewish  young man walked out In the wake  of Mr. Taslmoto���������just to see that he  did no mischief ������n route���������"you fellows would like to know all about this  plant? I would, sure. If I happened to  be you two."  "We certainly would like all tbe information you could give us," assented Kamon Solano, stretching his  cramped limbs, and breathing in the  damp air o* the cellar with earnest  satisfaction. "It's had us guessing for  ���������'the hut few minutes, Mr. Kelly."  , KeUy laughed good-bumnfedly.  i!!Ioj|>e had, a close call aU rlghy  both be put in s piano box���������-it's upstairs now. Along in tbo morning tho  piano bos would bs <tsk*a out, loaded  on a wagon, oarriod to a vacant lot  afar oa tho west stso, and durrped  itftors. Is sn hour or so you'd be able  to wriggle out, and there you'd be.  With Tansy's money la your elotue**-���������:  ffM*d have played square oa tbe doush  ������������������and a story to tell that would sound  jaao'tbe swelleet kind of a plpe-d\eam.  Ho meant well by you���������didn't want to  have you hurt If It could be he!r?d,  and inteoded to slip you the ten thousand, according to his word."  "Tell us, Mr. Kelly," asked Solano���������  "how did you come to change your  snlndr  The Italian smoked half s cigarette  before he vouchsafed reply.  "This la tho first time," said Mr.  KeUy, "tbat I ever double-crossed anybody. If I give my word, tbat settles.  lt. A mutt that double-crosses people  that trust blm won't get far In this  world, and I've played straight. Besides, this seemed easy money for a  Job where I couldn't fall���������-wouldn't  oven have to hire a lawyer to look out  for tbe finish. It looked all O. K. to  **!������. **speclaUy when tha Jsp paid  Ureal West Cartage Co.  BL Wh AUGIVWal  Limited  H. W. JSIMa  H. H. Wittiama  A- B. Taaaaat  express, Truck and Dray  Furniture and Piano movers  Freight Bills Revised  hot** and Damage Claims Handled  Customs Brokers  Forwarding and Distributing Agents  Phone. St^f-mour 7474  Itl Us Batw Cr. Hsalisgi ft Asset! St  Vsscsuver. I.C.  DR. R. INGRAM  Physician   and   Surgeon  Office and Residence:  SUITE A. WALDEN BUILD'G  25th Ave. and Main St  J-y  Sey**������!irtHMt''������������  ** Optometrist anp  Eys Sight Spbcialist  Consultation Free.  phone: Fairmont777  A.:  QROCERIES, FUUITS, VpqETAW.es  fhe Store that- Sei ves: You Best  Cor.  15th and Westminster Road  S. rAWOR  orSSSCOTTMr :     Seit*������*-icTlie������trc  Every description of Second-  Hand Furniture Bought or Sold.  Highest Prices Given* Lowest  Prices Charged.  Ce������l*r Cottage Fuel Supply  Tcftaa Cask '���������.  for Coal on<J Wood  Phone Pflirmont 404  Order office 8418 Commercial Street  Cedar Cottage, adjoining car terminus  Victoria Road  Meat Market  5545 Victoria Rood  Fresh and Salt Meats  Fish, Ham and Green  Vegetables  Orders called for and delivered  at lowest prices*  H. L. WELLMAN, watchmaker  All Watch and Jewelry nork guaranteed  English Work a specialty  ^  3545 Commercial Street Cedar Cottage  aaafafi  -jy"-^F5?.-*-?-&i'r Biiictter  f ' From McKay--���������������������������'?���������������������������  has rempyed to   j  fioyal Oak Narkef  ;Royal Gak Rd.,near Westminster Rd:  Good Fresh Meats of  all kin$s.  Orders called for and  delivered promptly.  Phone;  Collingwood 29  L W.Amos, Prop*  THE McKAY  ���������*. R.HLXBEBT.J>r������p.  Hefty Ave. hit Carlite  "i i  '; ��������� > y yi^-caawtm a fall Hi  a fall line of  mm  y    '      ^l*>.T f>W*Z'"-rai  Cigars, Tobaectt/  I  Buy your Magazine here  CITY PRICES N  PHONE i CoUingwood 8L  >y Box 286 McB^*r P^ O.  ���������yy-;(Robert J. Burgess ,Mgr j  ���������  Groceries) Provisions, Flour,  feedi trockeryy Glass  Fruit and Green.  Vegetables  6% Discount for Cash.  /Terms:   Strictly 30 days nett  Cor. McKay & Westatflster Rds.  We detiver Stumping Powder  Tiaeadays and Fridays only.  If yon are not satisfied with yonr  present Grocer eall or pbone ns and we  will send our man. to call on yon at  once. We are proud of our store /and  would like to have yon see it. Our men  are the beet that money can hoy and  we guarantee to satisfy pur customers  both in soliciting orders and in, our  delivery.  Your orders called for and  promptly delivered  THE WESTERN CALL.  in ii ,.!!���������  $W**9#***������$******M im I Ml* I til III11111' IIIM mill  C^tral Park |  F. gllAtKES, Representative    |  -^        * -      ���������*���������  .   Advertising copy and News? Items should ho Bent in to above address   t  by^Tuesuay^eVening of every week. 5 k * X  r9ww)*4*4>a* 4f4w4?a*ia*****************^'a% ���������*���������  ������������������:..<^;v-vj.->*v^������:*^;i->'^  >y  ^^yyifiinity.  School Board  All close to Bank. Post,Office  School and Churches  ERNEST SHAW, DC.  {Dot tor of CatMpractic)  250 22nd Ave. B.  Oloso toJsala Street  Oftica Houaa: itfO.to &.  Nsrvsns IroobJss and Chronic Dis-  sasss sftvap spiris* attention. Epilepsy, _  St VrtosOsnte, ScUttes, HssdscheB,  Fo*nale*l*roaMes, etc -  Good 1(1 tiu and 4 ^ JPry Fir  in stock now.  prompt deli very.  Residdnce: Smith Avenue  **" J.  , *    1   '  1-'t     1-'    ���������-"������������������������������������. -^ ���������'. :   ���������- .' -" -J *  Pdlmer J. Oootfwlfl  , ���������.,���������  ***������������������ --  COWtTwCtOfS  J<>bWnf Wotkinsll its branches  Estimatss furnWied free  ���������.a*ic*i-is,c. -'  RssMsnee: West Bomaby Cafe .  tfyouwaftttobuy,  W.\.-,  ^y^'^iijMmWy^y $ y  ���������*rv~*������-3  ':.'- x-'Xy.-- ���������'���������'������������������'  2 roome^-Hou^e, lot  cleared and fenced; $100  cash, balance $15 per  month.  Cleared lots 33x132,  20-foot lane, 2 minutes  from car. Price $650  each. $75 cash4 balance $15 a month.  6-room modern house  on easy terms.,;  Western Investment Co.  Real Estate and  Insvkancs  Phone: Collingwood35  Co4lin������jwood Cast, 5. C.  Ms thorough.  irediSOcash,  $10 per month  *.  4 and 5 room cottages fully  modern from $200 cash with the  balance on easy monthly payments.  a  fire Insurance  CooveyandiMl  Dominion Express orders sold*  Ws the cheapest and best way  to remfc money.  Phone i CMHfifl woo** 34  *������.<). Box sb, Coma***** Ussti  C.  ftCAt PSTATC  Loans, l*i**ar*ac������, etc., notaries *?obUo  STItSfT. Cptl^woop  ss������ia*-snsnassa^^  ��������� i,u % i ������jt������ i i.>;i. *$*w*i������*i, %,  We handle a m Usrat  Vsfstatfss whicb 93* always  r**ffaV.  Butter, fully s^MHfsnteed to suit  tbe mo*^*Mrticular. 8 lbsc. .f 1.00  Es*fS,tbBsame ss you boy from  youriieigbbor������,8dos. for..|l,00  Ksf^m-iea at tbe lowest niaf-  b*-t price each day.  . Since we have a eold storage  plant of tbs vsry best, we esn  atways fuaxantee a full line of  the best meats.  Pbone:  Collingwood 18  Box 22  Collingwood  WM. H. KENT  ^SON  Real  Estate  Agents  ^������*ffl*a*t BOSS R.CfiUSSi-rOOS fair  We have several good buys  in Burnaby  Collins-wood East  Nice 4 room house, on a 45-foot  lot, all modern, on Joyce street;  $2800; $300 cash, balauce arrauge.  5 rooms, all modern, good bnse-  ment, ojten fireplace, $3150; $"XK)  caah, balance arrange.  4 rooms, near proposed car line,  furnace, electric light, plumbing,  etc. $2150; cash $25 per month in-  clnaive.  The general meeting of this Board  was held on Tuesday, August 6th,  when the following trustees were present: CUC, Mayne, Morrison, and Patterson.  Mr. Keast, on,behalf of Architect  Bowman, was present with plans and  specifications for plumbing at the In-  man Avenue and Armstrong Avenue  schools. ��������� ��������� ,  Secretary was instructed to advertise three times in Province and British Columbian for tenders, the same to  be In by 1^-o'clock noon, August 18tb.  Communications were received from  the. following:  Residents of York Road and district  with reference to the Board giving  ground to continue Dow Road across  scbool grounds to Westminster Road.  Secretary was advised to reply: "Tbat  the trustees had no power to grant  land for municipal roads." .  Mr. Senay, Fraser Ann P. O., for  Dundonald to be made a graded school.  Secretary to reply: "That at present  the trustees are not in a~ posftlon to  makePundonald a sTsds^ school."  Rev. W. t; 4onnson. vicar of Cen:  tral Park Church, JTor permission for  Major H. Guise, to nead tbe JEfoly Scriptures ln Buinaby schools after scbool  hours. Secretory to reply tbat tbe  Board have nd power to grant the use  of schools for sectarian purposes.    .  It was agreed to level West Burnaby  school ground and do the repairs necessary at Duthle School.  The Board adjourned after a motion  calling a special meeting on Tuesday  evening at $ o'clock, August 13th.  DETECTIVE OPENED OAMfiLIHO  HOUSE.  New York. Aug. 7.���������Wltb tbs' evidence against tbroe polios officials  and oas civiUaa furnlsbfd by Wm. J.  Burns ta tbe bands of District Attorney W*0t*csn, tbs real dsatb struggle  betySea, w"tae systs-n" and tbs law,  growtnj* but of tbs Rossntbal murder,  la on today.  . Dsts������U**s Bums, bas found tbe official record of tbs telephone call Jack  Rossok*-as as-made oa Police |4eut  Backsr twsnty minutes after fbs mur-  dejr oi Her**i������n Rosenthal. Tbls Is  rs|W,^e^ of  tW l^sst iinportaoce ss regards certain potions of Rose's Story.  Bums is said to have obtained bis  evidence of graft among "higher ups"  by opening snd operating a gambling  house In tbe tenderloin here aad psjr-  Ing f or polloe_pro>ectlon. -  ' Through hla lPKrwb3dge of msney.  -Burns was enabled to trace tbe money  his bouse paid for graft to the banks  and learned tbe names of the last depositors. This was done by the simple method of rotalnlns records of the  numbers on the bills paid out and tbe  evidence thus obtained will soon be  produced against "tbe system." ,  JUVENIUE  GENIUS   PISCOVEVIEP.  . Ssa PranclBco, Aug. 2.���������Heralded  as one of tbe great Juvenile geniuses  in tbe history of literature, and greeted with prophecies tbat (in bis work  "tbe spirit of poetry, long Quiescent,  begins to live again,*' Clark Asbton  Smith, a 19-year-old boy of tbe blgb  Sierras, today Is the literary sensation  of California.  Unique in that tbe terrestlal sphere  plays.small part In tbem, the writings  of tho boy genius are phrased in the  language ot the cosmic universe. lie  lias let bis Imagination swing far out  into tbe infinite spaces and bas written verse which, literati say, it with  out a parallel in novelty and power.  A certain professor was giving his  pupils a lecture on "Scotland and tbe  Scots.". These hardy men," he said,  "think nothing of swimming across  the Tay three times every morning before taeakfast."  Suddenly a burst of laughter came  from the center of the hall, and the  West Canada ?;ews Letter  Cardston, Alta.���������Cardston Is rapidly  taking a place of importance as a distributing centre for farm machinery,  as the surrounding district Is proving  one of tbe most profitable In the West  under modern conditions of intensive  cultivation.  Lacombe, Alta.���������As illustrating the  confidence of pioneer settlers In the  Lacombe district, 1. Gibson, formerly  of Dakota, but for a number of years  past owner of the well known White  Horse farm, four and a half miles  east of Lacombe, states tbat he haa  never found any locality to equal this  district for mixed farming purposes.  Biggar, Sask.���������The present season  will mark the completion of a record  period, of development in Biggar slong  many lines. The contract has now  been let to a Saskatooon firm for an  extensive amount of cement sidewalk  construction; ��������� while a local concern  has taken the contract for street grading. Work on both contracts will be  completed before November.  Calgary, Alta.���������Excellent business  conditions, extensive building operations, and marked activity in industrial Uses are notable .features in tbs  Calgary district at the present time.  Much railway construcvtlon is In prog*  gtress in tbls part of the Province.  Except for' a short distance near tbe  bridges within the city limits, all tbe  grading on the Toneld-Calgary branch  of the O. T. P. is now completed aad  tbe running of tbe first trains over the  new route into Calgary Is looked for at  an early date.  NAPOtEONf MISTAKE.  .-+ a������asa--****-**a---*������f  A Now atory for Old History fJoeics.  Tbs Kremlin is tbs great ettadel asTd  holy place of Moses**, where living  em**st*ors-oC Russia are crowasd, aad  dead emperors buried. Inside tbls  great waUsd**a citadel tbsro art ovsr  eight btjjfcd/sd, cannon. Tbey wars captured :from tbo army wltb wbicb, la  1812, Napoieen invaded Russia. Tbe  Russians are, next year to celebrate  tbs bimdrsdtb snnlverssry of tbo defeat ������$>lbs-*avadsr������ aad Is tbelr preparation for tbe event tbey bavs  brougbt to light a rary strange story.  High over tbs dty of Moscow looms  tbo great,Ivan Veliki Tower, a structure J7������ feet in height This, in Napoleon's dsy, was crowned by a huge  cross, believed to be of pure gold, sad  the centre of many traditions' afecv  ling the gr^tness of tbe Russian *Bm-  pire. I^poleon determined to take  away wltb blm tbls precious relic.  vXJtb enormous labor, tbe heavy  cross, 1* feet high, was lowered from  its pinnacle, with a view to its being  set up over tbe Dome des Inval'des,  tbo noble building in Paris in wbicb  the body of Napoleon reposes.  On tbe march back ta the Russian  frontier Napoleon lost practically tMs  whole of bis superb army. Laden with  tbe spoil of Moscow, tbe army tottered,  starving and dying, over the frozen  land. Clutching tbelr booty, the men  fell dead in thousands on the route.  Now, for a hundred years it has  been believed that tbe great Cross of  Ivan Veliki was lost during the fad  stampede, In tbe Lake Semlevo, and  the authorities who are preparing for  nest year's celebration have drained  tbe lake. Tbey found tbe remains of  dead horses, the uniforms of men,  carts, harness, and a thousand grim  relics, but no trace of tbe cross.  Inquiries made in Moscow now lead  to tbe belief that the cross never left!  the city, that it was burled beneath j  the ruins of some of the buildings J  which Napoleon blew up. !  But the strangest part of all Is that j  Napoleon himself, made, a great blun-'.  f dcr. Whatever the value of the Cross j  of Ivan Vallkl In weight of gold, It]  was not tbe cross which the Russians j  professor, amased at the idea of any venerate, the boly cross to which his-  one daring to interrupt him in the too- clings. That was the one which,  middle of his lecture, angrily asked tbe Napoleon wanted, but that cross re-|  offender what he meant by such ������on-.mained unnoticed on the spire of one!  of  the  churches  which  escaped   de-;  ���������M  "7*j  asf i  "PERFECTION"  Bread and Cakes  Made in a Sanitary Bakery.  *v  This Bakery has taken the highest awards for  Bread, Cake and Pastry at Vancouver  ' and New Westminster  Exhibitions.  AU leading Grocers supply Our Bread.   We males  the Bread that Satisfies."  Rowantree Bakery  Central Park  *'-y>:y$M  ' iTfe*"^***^  t  V"  ' ���������      k * m  f>,  HIIIIKIIII  ������������������-���������������a-a^-������*^������-*>***������-a������*a-a-������i  y-  SMtk*     v4^ *Vfh.        ^-t>w   ���������i    <ff?������St  Summer Time-Just a Word With You  ,.%. ������>l^  This is the best time to re-psfnt yodr house or buiWinii,  fences, etc.   We carry a full stodc of Paints, Qlls. VaroitlJdf    :  ���������-Painter's Supplies, etc., and toe prices ARE RIGHT. *  The Royal H^dware Gm  ' Oor.McKsy and Westminster Rd. Orders 8oacitod snd Delrfetsd  t*^Co9lra^WA'''~'''''^-   %,        *  a������������*aa������a������a4ti*aaa>M������att������aa*������aati-^at>ati-������a-^  \-5  - i M  IT.HMeCort  Central Parle Opposite Agrlcoltural Hell  lisWifwii*, P*4nt������* Q\to$u\W9n'9*x^\99  Stows, R*i������f������������ tmJ Kiv^9iwiiwiir������  tp*K\9\ t*k*9 an Rwtp*. Cull In and **t  tli������m*  'A  LXV  XV  jed  PCflllT lillfflf fHHIf-tWmwIff wvvw.fwTWPwv^(H'lf ^W  * =*#"������������������  *?v:  Buxton, VVat������on & Go*  JMilWers and Contrsctors  Let tis give you a figure on your building.   Plant  provided.  0019  tattril tot  ������RANT PHIPPS  WIRING, FITTINGS, flXTUtCS  Estimates on aU e?sstss of electriesl work  Joyce Boad  r.  duct. ' ���������-���������*  "I was just thinking, sis," replied J struction.  the lad, "that th epoor Scotch chaps j    What terrific and tragic days the in-;  would find themseivss on the wrong jcident recalls, and how near to our  side for their.clothes when they land-1 own time seem the horror and piteous- i  ed!"���������Lippincott's. ness of it ail! j  West Burnaby Pharmacy;  A first class DRUG STOKE now open for bosinees.  Corner   Sussex  Avenue  and Westminster Road  (Opposite West Burnaby School)  ���������  Drugs, Stationeiy, Confections, Cigars  Special care taken with Pre*crif>tiotui. A   visit  will   be   much  appreciated.  GILBERT J. SPEARS  DRUGGIST  iii  HORSESHOEING  MILLS & HOOKER  Prscikal Horse Sboers  AsdGeseralBlicksaiUi  Registered under the Worshipfu  Company of Farriers, London, Eng.  Thorough knowledge of Anatomy. Special attention given  to defective feet. Repairs of all  kinds promptly and thoroughly  done.  RMHMTOpposite West burnaby School  Give ns a trial.  torn  Fixtures, Wiring and all  Electric Repairs  J. TRIPP  ELECTRICIAN  Residence  Central Park  Postoffice  Collingwood East  BELL THEATRE  M   **:  JOYCE   ROAD |  EAST COLLINGWOOD \\  Open every evening, 7:30 to 10:30.  Tho uioriuz pictures ������Uo.vu at this theatre ire of the very  best obtainable, uothin������ objectionable is allowed by the management.  Amusing  Instructive  educatfonol  Saturday Matinee, 3 P, M.  Change of Programme every day.  Good Music. s  *������ t *  ���������J*-'       l*"  8-  THE WESTERN CALL.  Visitors to Vancouver Exhibition ������il ������������������ city.. \  Should know that the HONIQ  PRESENTS and SOUVENIRS.  STORES  have ever held the lead for  See the great showing now being made of advance Xmas Samples in  Styles, Values and Wares.   Prices are less than half.  all  VIEW POST CARDS���������Fifty for 25c  We are closing out in  TENTS,   MEAT   SAFES,   LAWN   MOWERS   and   REFRIGERATORS  Prices in all these are down below cost:  GLASS WASH BOARDS  35c  GARDEN HOSE���������Best 3-ply, reg. 10c, at 6c per foot; Maroon, reg. 15c, at 9c;  Kii*  Phone:  Sey.-  3472  3473  inkproof, reg. 20c, at 13c.  THE HONIQ STORES  1    56=58 and 60 HASTINGS STREET EAST  Phone:  Sey.  3472  3473  CITY.       -  The many friends of Nurse Hamilton in Vancouver will regret to hear  | that she is laid up In the, Providence  Hospital, Seattle, wltb acute- inflammatory rheumatism. The physicians attending her. Doctors - Faset  and Hegyard, say that with careful  attention she will be able to be  around again In a few .weeks.  ���������3R-  JH M 1*1 * * t ������i Ml 41 * t: t * * * * ***** ********%*** * I **** 11 H (  _j*CMi m        .-a**a*aaW Waa *      "  ^SEr****^������*Bv.     *B      jaa*B***f*BaV.        DS/wMAM/t-i  Bigger s  Watches  Possess every good quality  you desire in a timepiece.  They Wear Good. Look Good.  Make Oood.  Every high grade and re-  ,liable make of watches is rep-  'presented in our stock.  Jeweller and Diamond MEfecHANT  i  |; 143 Hastings Street, W.  ^-H^'W-J'W'Wf^vW-W-**: *: K-*~*****~*X**.****~***^  ASSOCIATED CHARITIES ���������  OF VANCOUVER:  In response to tbe appear**** the  public of Vancouver for funds, a  cheque has been received from Messrs.  McDonald, Marnole Co., for 1100.00 to  start the list.  All donations, which are urgently  needed, will be acknowledged through  the medium of the press.  There are many cases at the present  moment which the Associated Charities are unable to deal with owing to  lack of funds. It is therefore sincerely  hoped that the charitably disposed will  seize the opportunity of helping for*  ward the work.  Subscriptions may be sent to *the  Treasurer, A. J. Pilklngton, Esq., City  Hall, op to Ewlng Buchan, Esq., Man  ager Bank of Hamilton.  The Queen Tea Rooms  018 Granviile-Street  Luncheon and Afternoon  *    Teas a Specialty.  , .. " .   ���������������  ���������'..' .������������������������   ..;������������������  ������������������. ���������    ������.    "** " '"  Printing of all kinds done  at this office  ii.*  The attorney general has promulgated a new set of rules ^gar4ing the  B. C. Electric company'" No more  overcrowding of cars will be allowed  after Jan. 1st. Tbe cars; will have  gates, and violation will mean prosecution.   Thousands will be. grateful.  Mr. Waldo Matheson, who waB Injured at English Bay on Sunday, August 4th, died Saturday afternoon. The  funeral was held Monday.  BYLAW VOTE.  So little Interest' was taken ln  tbe by-law for the acquisition of  the lots on False Creek,' necessary  to give the city possession, of the  basin of the Creek, that only 931  ratepayeraJUook the trouble 'to go to  tbe polls. Only 559 votes put of'the  total polled were required to carry  the by-law, and as 621 were polled  in its favor, it had an easy victory,  '���������'vv. v  Music Awards. .  Vancouver, Aug. 2.���������One each of the  two gold and-two silver" medals offered annually by thai Associated  Board of theL Royal Academy and  Royal College of Music for competition ln Canada have been awarded to  Miss Marjorie Boyd, of Vancouver,  pupil of Miss Ethel Lawson, of Pen-  drell street, who is the winner of the  gold medal in the advanced .grade  (violin), and Miss Olive M. Tilly,  who won a medal last year also, and  resides nt' Victoria, hut is a t pupil  of the same Vancouver teacher (Miss  Lawson), she wins the gold medal* In  the intermediate,grade (Ivotin). '  Letterheads  Newspapers  Hand-Mils  Business Cards  Envelopes '  WeddingStationery  / *  In fact anything from a visiting card to an unabridged  Ym pay our price arid we guarantee good work  But whm we take a job at alow price, we have to  rush it more to make money.   Let us Jul your next  order; testow guarantee.  .RHODES SCHOLAR CHOSEN.  yictoi'la, Aug. 8,-���������Mr. Nelson/King  of Victoria bas been selected as this  year's Rhodes scholar from British  Columbia. Two candidates presented  themselves for the much, coveted honor in the persons of Mr. W.-.E. G.  Murray of Vancouver,' a gracfyatg" of  McGill. University," and* Mr. ; Nelson.  'King'of Vlctoiia, a graduate of Mc-  GiH.. After an examination the^ committee unanimously selected Mr. King  as the Rhodes scholar fpr/Britis**. Co-1  lumbia for 1912. Mr. King lsT" a native son of North Vancouver, where  lie obtained his 'early education. He  subsequently came to Victoria aud was  a pupil of the High School here. For  tbe last year he has been a teacher  In the Boys' Central School.  .    RU88IAN COLONY.  Sixteen Russian men, women and  children representing a sect known as  Lie New Israelites bave arrived here  from Seattle. This party is said to  be tbe advance -guard of a colony of  three thousand wbo will come this way  very soon to settle around Bella.Coola  as farmers.  Mr. W. H. 8tevena, M.P., for Vancouver, baa taken the matter np and a  special representative will come bare  from Ottawa to look into tbe matter  of tbls great Influx.  There will bs no effort made to  stop tbe immigration of persons wrbo  :��������� >  ���������lllll 1111 IU I !���������> 1 11 fill lOiMtl 111111111141 IS %******  f  .  Haney Factory  Sites  Haney Factory Sites have waterfrontage and  trackage, are only twenty-six miles from Vancouver  and 9������ tb������ wain %e of the C. P. R. Port Haney  : alreaijyjboasts^^fttwmab and brick yard, so that i L  1 l^jkfkjf^^s^^hit^ to Haney you are not \\  ptonei^g,. Lots vary in size from one to five ;;  acres" withfrom one hundred to two hundred feet of \ \  waterfrontage. . Prices from $25 per, foot.  Houses to Rent  .4 >  X  3436 Sophia street, 6 rooms, modern.,   $31.50 J .  per month.   *-   . ^       '  935 17th Avenue east, 6 rooms,   $25 per month,  19th and Ontario, 8 rooms, new and modern.  $40 per month. ~      -.*" r~*~-~Y  2420 Victoria street, 11 rooms* newly decorated.  $45 per month. - - ^  14th Avenue near Ontario street, 8 rooms.   $35  per month*   ���������'���������;'\-  '.;;.,  Corner 7th and Main, 8 rooms.    Rent $40 per  month.  John street near 18th Avenue, 6 rooms, mjw  tmd modern.   $25 per month.  743.15th Avenue east, 6 rooms^.   $25 per month. |  Store, orr Main.street near Broadway, fitted up . I  for real estate office,   $80 per month.  ������-  ��������� *  :  &  < *  2343r MAIN STREET PBOKES* (alrpo) 49G, 497  * "** v -   " sew  -*4������V.*C*>**W*"**^ ������ t*-'fr'^������fr-^-'-fr<'*'Hte^  3 ��������� - -��������� ^C~      -  m  will: inafeVWtfd Canadian' citfe-ehs," 1-  said .Mr. Stevens yesterdaj'. *'W*iat we  are trying to- stop is the settling ��������� of  foreign unasslmtlatlve colonies ln this  country. We .do notT' want districts  populated with foreigners of a foreign tongue and with foreign ideas  as to government religion and society  ���������what we want is thrifty, hard-work*  Ing men and women who will become  a paft of Canada; men and women  who will in time make good Canadians���������not foreigner" Ifving In Canada.  "These people may be fill right, bnt  we wish to know to wbatrwxtsat they  will assimilate. Tbey have a peculiar  faith���������not fanatical, but peculiar. This  is one of tbs points which ws will  bave to Investigate. Tbey are being  brought to tbs country through tbs  efforts of colonisation stents."  *mmmimmmmam9*saammamammaaaw  ������,���������'  .itii  CLEARANCE OF  HAMMOC^ai-0  12 only Hammocks cut to .........f-fc each.  9 only Bawunocks cut to .....*. ..91c each  $1.|# Croquet8ets for .....$l.H  2.w������ Croquet Sets for  ...... .:....^,...... IM  9.19 Croquet Seta lor.............................. 2JI  5. w9 C**oquet Seta lor........... ^m.....  9.99  Kcnic Plates IVieaT^ Paper Napkins  1150 COMMlGlAIi mWE  n  " The Western Call  Is read by people in their homes  Cor. 8th Ave. and Westminster Rd.   Phone: Fair. 1140  tensive snowing of ruperior  quality ������������������ Packet Knives in the province.  Oenuine Joseph kodgers, Henry Boker, I.X.L.  These brands are of world-wWs repatstion snd are oJwqnaHod for quality  and nuish.      .   . -' ������������������" '��������� -'.'��������� -"������������������      -.-���������  ���������: 'y  TiSDALLS UMiTED  (Successors to Chas. B. *TiadaDJ 919-939 "  ll/AWTCIi     Giirls and boys, nieh arid women, to learn *^nogTapby  TT All I EU"*it Boyd's Shorthand Institute,  70s Dunsmuir St  Only 6 to 8 weeks to become competent.    Individaal instruction.    Many  calls for atenogTaphers,dsl)jr.   Complete course 148.00. ~  Boyd's Shorthand Institute  709  Many Jots  around  "the roosf prosperous su'Wl)  of Vancouver"  are no longer  For Sale.  Act  ^owwWJe^iere  are  fcomesitesat _  good prices.  That 1100 won't  *��������� > *  be much good  in six months,  it will now  secure a  splendid lot  consult  Bailey, Telford  '-���������-���������^���������;\*:eiw'ttt:^^^:;--i  Ir-KW-AJMl^  317 Pender St. W.  PHONE:   Seymour 52M  QMa\g9*iet Bread.  Joyce Md.   t*lMM:Collii*s^i-osd6  my\-

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