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 ^:^yy^00^x^  R'fljj  ym:  V.. * H.?*,-.-:..:r  ���������ij^.'^.WS-'^C-.T.l.T?'!*������.���������/.';  VICTORIA.  Legislative  Assembly  Wly^mi  iiHf  - . ,.,yyyyiy"i  y ,;'x:,:vx%:Jxz.x������  ���������-X&.i  <*, ���������*)  VT  CombirtCd With  '*-������**���������*  >^  ���������^  ^-^   k   * <*U   i ** ,1  Published in the fnteresU of Vi  f ���������< *������������������*/��������� ���������."���������/;/ ��������������� ������  .%f5#SW"  "**>*!  .~aFJ  VPLUME IV  <. j  VANCOUVER,^ 8to*oi������  ������">;:-:..:.:���������  5>-  f   i  *W  *������>*^-  ^tiGt^Mii^  t  POmW MARKET  Splendid^ markets for all,JQttti> ot  poultry products await the jrittfucers  In this Province. For year* fojfCome.  the supply of eggs and fowls produced  in the Province cannot over tans the  enormous demand. At the ~ prosent  time, supplie sare drawn from all  parts of the North American continent.  Eggs are shipped from California, Kansas, Washington, Oregon and other  states; from the Provinces Alberta.  Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Ontario,  and even from China. Live poultry 18  ' brought in by tbe carload from the  mid-western States and Provinces, and  fattened here' before consumption in  the .Province. One city alone imports  75,000 dosen eggs weekly, and it Is  estimate-that tfe*j eggs produced adjacent tst^ine above mentioned city,  and whlejf Aelp to supply the demand,  do not eJttieed in numbers more than  5,000 doan weekly, Such a^co^ditlon  is undesirable when we ooutder the  advantages* both ot clltnife and 'nearness to markets that the Province enjoys  mMMHMHiiiiiMitnnMiii  J**  i xyiyxyy x ���������y-yyyyy yyyy yyyy,'  ;i:'".:'.'t^yy������y?.i-~.������������������.������������������'���������'''���������;>"���������:>;&py<? "rx; ��������� - t��������������������������� ���������������������������'"'  i a ii in gr^t'i ������������������_.__������������������������������������..    - ,,-..:..'l- ������������������-���������_:  British Columbia  "yzm.  "*������"J5  Altboutn  thera  uo'aai  ranches tn tW I-nyttaw wWt'tM  form of occupation t* p*y*Hxr r*  and tl** owners are gating  cellent im>ntt ���������*��������� poa*rtl������I* |e^  -ot mixed husbandry. Tne "'  from**** flock shottM a*$d  the income ot the ftult*g<owor. *������������  dtdirtuan, or even tW ���������!>���������������-vfc*^':  merely in the process ot *������l****rtHhli*> Ms  land. The orchard jniTJWi aa ���������*%**���������  able ran Cor poultry. ee*NMo*Jr **ro****  liigBtoc*r. tn tlw#*yeho*4 ���������������������������y^ii-r  pef wfli W dMiioyotl an*  ore tsooi tho fewk wfll frot*|  too soil. Bj^prMtjcU 1������ tt*  ano in tno ftflds at*   ^-4'  .  l^wtsort  ilwatry  ':-: Jla!f������-fa������s);i  ^a*.������������  |T*|kg*>  h^n^wT  FALSE CREEK  By Alex  We regret the absence from our columns of  the promised artiole oa\ False Creek by Aldermto | y  F. S. Baxter.   Our readers will be diaappoiatod;  ,,;;: '  but, although the article came to hand in g04**dv  time and was worthy the author, demonstnmiif  ���������s it did, hia critical knowledge of the matte?  In question, it was wt published. because the  tpecial By-law Election c-acurm ������w the -9th mst,  and this paper could not appear nntU the 9th,  hence the purpose of this very interesting article  would be abortive, it being largely designed to  instruct voters re the election,  it can be re������d in  The f^ovinee of the flth iust.  .���������k'y  ������������������'������������������-'���������iff- iB^'^^^iM^^J^ilS^^ Cr^}^S^X.^-S!i.<^f:.^ ,���������.'.'..������������������.',���������.���������   XX:- .  \'*r^mtMam^^)^A^miK^Ki^mimh''iMm^^jMmL^^^imaAiyii^J.^y,^-^,-��������� x��������� ^~i   ,��������� t ;-.T.i**-,r, .���������.".���������,������������������** ,1'-- '.i--: ���������<  iyymSamWaWmmama^  oy-t;-  yk"  ���������y$t$  l8^^^'-"^"^-'  ���������:��������� - .- -"���������,���������**������������������- :-'\-;''^;\v-i'?,*>"-<^-^,-'; ';���������'.-''!���������-'*���������'-;������������������;���������������������������'', ��������� v. ' i.   A.    .\-ii-- %������������������' ��������� ''������'������������������   - ���������      :   .!(i >4* 'X >W&^"-"''>������J  tical .'.t  probability of it being left as it is much longer.  Utility and aesthetics unite in demanding that  this unsightly source of contention shall be transformed into a city asset without unnecessary  delay. Who of our readers can give the best  solution to the problem? Citizen^ should give  this matter immediate attention so that the best  possible disposition may be made.  Several Suggestions.  It has been said that it should be filled. This  is impracticable even if desirable. The expense  would be out of all proportion to the benefit.  Time and millions of money would be expended  to do what may not be even desirable. Cheaper  and more satisfactory disposition may be made of  it. Nature has given it to Vancouver. It can  be converted into a source of revenue. .  Donate It to Corporations.  Some have favored donating it to wealthy corporations to be utilized at will with the hope that  the burden of expense of converting it into a revenue producing factor would be lifted from the  shoulders of the city and placed upon the broad  shoulders of money-makers with the result that  the city would incidentally reap large benefit  from the improvements. In such event the corporations would grow rich at the city's expense.  Wisdom suggests keeping it as city property. ���������  Make Deep Waterway.  It has been argued that the bed of False Creek  might be narrowed and dredged so as to convert  it into a deep waterway from English Bay to  Burrard Inlet.   This is feasible and worthy care  ������*9&**A fJb&yj^-������^&LMi  '{.i^4^Mi&^^ "''M'^% ���������v**^-.  w*j^?A'J^***'W;aT'*Mri ���������iVK^tw^fa^veff^T\}tlSiS!l^^ "*Jl*g������gfiif  3B"*SSt3  ' vej* WitH a visit this we^/ ^e w������s kept tift]|pi$|^ ^  refXXek^X^x^^Se^o^ I: ^silltw much goo4 to our cororowwt^  potent writers.  We invite correspondence. ;:>       One statemeut, in particular, merits consideration, wbicli is--tbi*t there is ;  niSFOSTTTOiy OF FATtffff flttTlrfflT :: now in Ottawa, $JOO,(M.OO to cor^ ;  How to dispose of this open ugliness is a prac* - supply a site.   What^ about PeaOman's Jslandl? some will say. Well, it is required ;  ;al question not easily answered.   Tl^ere fs no 11 for military purposes, but the Goyernment is not bound to state exactly for what :;  B^j"  thing of beiw  i*****S"'i  ^aps  ;; pm'pose.  Wliat is required is a suitable site close to the heart of the City.  ' \        That the city should willingly grant this, goes without question.  As a city, we !!  j; have.received from this Department the greatest asset we have, Stanley Park.   The  ������������������ JVlilitia could, if they so desired, construct a drill hall, or clear a parade ground in  ������������������Stanley Park, without asking the city's leave, and in-so-far as the,-Department are  ;; Willing to leave, untramelled, this magnificent park, it is surely x'easoiiable to ex-  ��������������� pect that the City should secure a centrally located site for the Department to con-  I struct a Drill Hall on, to cost between $490,000 and $500,000.  The OkLHospital grounds would be quite suitable and would make an excellent  ���������location, and the City could very well afford to offer this to the Government.  Some persons persistently confuse tbe spirit of the Militia with vain militar- V.  ism. This is wx*ong and should be corrected. The Militarist is one who advocates ��������� '*  a warlike policy and who delights in an arrogant attitude to other nations. '���������'>  Whereas the Militia is fundamentally a system of defense, essentially so. Col. y  Hughes took care to point this out most ably and his remarks made men think. He ��������� |  warned his hearers of the necessity of being prepared to defend our homes and our  country.   He demonstrated that the Militia was a peoples' defense movement, that ������;  waterway for cheap and convenient transportation, i  A Gem of Beauty.  Money, labor and skill might transform False  Greek into a highway of commerce and a gem of  beauty. Seattle has a mid-city island for water  fowl.   Why not raise a portion of the centre of  The General Federation o������ Women's, Clubs  which has just held its eleventh biennial convention at San Francisco, gave the cold shoulder to  woman suffrage. The supporters of that propaganda sought to obtain the Federation's endorsement, but the? steam roller was applied, and the  matter was sidetracked.  I  ��������� fense of his country,.cannot be considered as a factor in its defense.  As to the need of being prepared, Col. Hughes told of an incident last year, ;;  I when relations were very strained between Germany and Great Britain. The Brit-  o ish North Sea Fleet, the pride of the whole Empire,  usually  manoeuvered  in  the  , North Sea during the day time, and rode at anchor in a horbor on the coast of Scot- \ '���������  * land at night.   One night, just at the time relations were particularly strained and I >  jt was expected that war would be declared at any moment, a large fleet was ob-  ������������..���������.������ *-������<.,.    - .- . ���������        served hovering around the mouth of the harbor where the British fleet lay at  ful consideration. It would make it possible to 1 'anchor, without a single light burning; iu the morning they had vanished. The  fill and use much of the present worthless grounds ', I next night the British fleet came to anchor as usual, but left one of their number  for buildings and railroads and still retain a .;; fa^ ont at sea.   This vessel came in after midnight and found the whole German  ^; fleet at tte mouth of the harbor, without  a single light.   It was reported and the  ; British fleeK were ordered to reverse their tactics and come in during the day time  ' and manoeuver at night, also to blow up any ship which, contrarv to marine law,  -sailed without lights.  This German fleet was waiting for wireless orders that war was declared, upon 11  ��������� ,   r*   - ��������� a       ��������� i   -j i-       v    *    I which they would have sunken a ship or two in the mouth of the harbor, thus com- !!      .. ���������   .  False Creek into an island as a park or a beauty   ������ > ^pfcj-. hnHMnff im tbp British fleet and leaving the "Ri-itisb T������1p������ nt th* mPiw nf ''   Prl������ng councils (even if at times they have made  spot, with a-deep waterway on either side? Thus   |rgete^y Dottling^up tne ������jrrasn neet ami leaving tne J5iitisn Isles at tne mercy ot |   mistakes) will be a ,        influential, successful,  changed and utilized it would be a valuable asset   J the Germans.   This fact effectually disposes of the oft repeated injunction,   that  for all time to come.  Let us make no mistake in   ' ��������� there is ho need of alarm.  We do not want war but we should be prepared to re- ������'*  our disposition of this rough gift of nature. . 1 * ceive those who are seeking it.  Another move by Col. Hughes, as Minister of Militia, was to abolish liquor  ; from the Camps. He deserves all credit for this. Liquor is the curse of sport, of ;;  ; society, of business, and has been of militia organizations in the past. This move ::  ; will result in a great impetus to the Militia and much good to the country and we ;;  I heartily commend it to the favorable consideration of our readers. x  isi8n4-bec|ecf*ecr, ������������������,^_IT..���������_r��������� _,..,���������.���������.-,.,.,   ,, ,���������������.  rightly he called the British Columbia ^arbour*  The railway trip on the Q.f. P. ByIro^ifrinc*  Rupert to Skeena Crossing is full of interest. The  Skeena river with its rapid waters, its canyons,  tributaries, mountain scenery, small villages, stations and embryonic garden lands, is full of charm  and instruction.  The railway will soon be running past Hazel-  ton to the property of the G. T. P. Coal Co., twenty miles east of Old Hazelton. The construction  of four steel bridges will see the work completed  as far east from Prince Rupert as above indicated.  Iu fact, the province, as well as the whale Dominion will throb with a new life, and there will  soon be a long line of villages, towns, cities, settlements and commercial, industrial, lumbering,  farming and mining activities brought into existence. As.it was with the C. P. R., so will it be  with the G. T. P. This new line is of incalculable  interest and value to all Canada and the British  Empire. It is an important part of the present  empire-building process.  A long line of inland waters and inlets teems  with valuable fish of. many varieties.   Canneries :  are numerous, and furnish employment to many '  and a safe use for capital.:  The Coast timber wealth is enormous, and the'  makes ample provision for  strong executive arm of the law  keeps the whole country safe and orderly.  The provincial and urban police in a quiet, un- ;  obtrusive manner, are effective in accomplishing.  great good from the viewpoint of protection to  life, property and morals.  In general terms, although it is a new country  in this northland, and full of foreigners, railroaders, miners, canners, loggers and **bohunks,'*  law ia well administered and safety prevails.       ,  L8ter on I shall specify concerning pigs-with-  out-eyes, useless magistrates, crooked policemen  and bawdy-houses with their protectors. This,  however, for a special chapter.  In my next letter I hope to say something concerning Prince Rupert, already the fourth best  seaport in British Columbia, and soon to compete  for third and perhaps even for second place.  Beyond the shadow of a doubt this well-located  railway ocean terminus, in the hands of a mighty  railway, backed up by one of the richest hinterlands on earth, and guided by a series of enter-  **.H'*"M"M*"*'���������."���������"*' H"t "t-* I' ."."."111"! *********4-*********4'4'*****    ** 4 ** ������������������������������������!'-M"*."!"*'*'I'** * \l '��������� * i im  wealthy city with a world-wide fame.  It has the location, climate, backing and men  to make it go to success. Though I am a Van-  couverite, and have no monied interest in Prince  Rupert, I foretell a glorious future for the city  named after the Royalist antagonist of, the fearless Roundhead of Cromwellian history.  Wo are not in this world to do what we wish,  hut :to ho willing to do that'which it is our duty to  do.���������Gounod.  August 10th to 17th !���������:  2  THE WESTERN CALL.  -facrcaSayatoDeal  Honest Mees far Honest  <^^^*~ J.W. Edmonds, Prop. ^^iP'  Dealer in all kinds of Stationery  and Books  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 School Supply Depot for Grandview District  1130 Commercial Drive  the Model Grocery and Confectionery  ��������� '    Moved from 1904 Commercial Irrive to 1900  Cor. Commercial Drive and Third Avenue  Groceries, Meats, Flour, Vegetales, Fruits, Nuts.  Butter, Eggs and Berries in season, Confectionery  Ice Cream, Soft Drinks.   Woman's Bakery Goods        '  : Bread, Cake and Pastry.  Phone Sey. 7689 L  Corner Third and Commercial Drive  R. GILL. Proprietor  ***********************************i***********4*b*4  :   PHONE: Seymour 3441 R  ! Paris Dye Works J  ' AND HAND IAtTNDRY  Steam Cleaning      ' Dry Cleaning  / * -  Contract* fdr k**cp*i.gyour Clothes In order $3.50 per month  COMMEftClAt DRIVE*%VENABLES8TREET VANCOUVER, B. C.  i*t*t*4*********4*****l***    ��������� fm I ������I * I H*I*IH ***4*4***l  Commercial Prive and Hth Ave.  MTHe Howie of QiwWv"  Groceries, Provisions, Fruits  Ouly the best brands kept in stock.  Our goods are all guaranteed and money refunded if  not satisfactory. .  "���������i - ,        ... .   ~^  j. p. sincwr. pr������p. piioiip! FaifUIOIlf 1033  VMI008E VEINS CURED  9*T m HAM* TOP WITHOUT WIUTTW COT-WOT.  Oonfln-tcl to H������������ Homt for Wttkt*  "Han**** wortt, s***���������*** strain's** and writ haMts !fi yonth ********** c*������  Tsrioose V������iu. Wboa 1 workc* hud tbe ���������scblna* miMnnw  ���������ksruvaiid J was often laid up toe a weelc at a time. Mr titan*  Af*M������ato\imm*AOpmtU>a'*.Mtnyoiiiybov������^iiut I dreaded ti  I triedst^<4-slspeciaUMs,but*Mon found out atitJtey wanted *������a������*ny  money. I oofamakctrt to kwk upon-m doctors aa imto ttetter toaa  log-Ma. One day ow toes asked me why 1 waa off ww*: so much and  Ltoldhlmniyoo-KUtJoo. Uaad*-ia-4irietoeeaM,t:i)i������*.*Eeonedy*  mottt"^-'��������� *��������� - ��������� ���������"������������������ "��������� -������������������- ��������� *   tfardtailm treatment from  himaelf and new  ey *m������ aquara and aUa'uL I wrota tUem aad got Tax Knr  .  .CTt*ooT������*uri*E*T. Mypnrreaswa *mewhst stow a������  tha flrst month's tim*m**5,1 was as  2**a������ aorneyhat stow aad durlna;  , _    ��������� 1 somewhat dtawmraiWI.  However.  IeortUauedti<eatna-it (or tfcrae months totu-ar aad waa re-ranM  tilth aey-apta** cure.  Iormld oaly ������am 9U a week ta a machine  ���������hop before Umtamt. now 1 am ear-tin* SSI and oarer loose a day*  ���������Twa*aU*-*a'eY*tt*-***a*--r<������**row^ _      _  HEKfiYC. LOCUST.  HM YOUR BLOOD 1WN QligAWDt  ***M)Wy01SO1*la**������t**awt**c Mwaleat aad mokt uatormttaemm. They asp the  "sary life HOXXloCttot^ctimaiiduiueM entire tha system -rOl cause  .tWolBSS^ tfiMyauwa-taatha symptoms-^or MEW  Y0TJ*"<J OB *bTOBLK AGED MJ34.'-txmpn4eat acta or later excesses hat** broken  d^*-a*r<nir system. Yoa feel the aymptomsateslinf o-rarroa. Mentally, phyateailyand  vitally jroaara art tiw man *roatj*wlt*>b������ wfllyooheed thadartger signals*  Areyoaa-rtetimr Bst-s yoa lost hope? Areyou Intenduur to marryf Has  your Wood beaudtessed*   Ha**s> yoa any weakness*   Our New Mr   r:i cure yoo. Wba������ it Itra done for otters It wHl<lo for too.  Ko matter tu has treated yoo. write for aa bocest opinion Fn  *b������nlvod,MmuooA,Wal^aboo4.n (Ilrjatimted)oaMseaaeac  trraon  t*r������4'������'t-������'n"l'*r-l-l-*>d"t"l ."I l"������'M'''t"l I' I'******************]********  i (ZvnwdMmn   mted h GRACE E NOBLE:;  <;. KIl-ytllAJ* VVVW Phone Seymour U297 \  ��������� I ''       f ���������    .    . aSs  .,    Note���������News meant for this column should be mailed or phoned to the editor early to insure *.  ��������� ��������� insertion.                                                       ������������������������������������������.".,' ���������}���������  4> i.  ���������^4.^^������,t..������.i.^^.|..H'.I-a-l'<"l'*y*������������*4"l'*>M-^������*H'������������*-l"l-*l-d":*-  Grandview Jews Notes  I. happened into the Grandview Theatre the other evning, and enjoyed a  An Enjoyable Dance  A dance was enjoyed by a party of  some sixty young people from this city  quiet hour, at an exceptionally good at tbe Japanese tea gardens, North  show. Th place was filled as I believe j Vancouver. Monday of last week, ar-  it usually is, and the pictures were ranged by a number of the bachelors  well chosen and away above the aver- of the party... Some of those present  age. A number of small boyB sat in were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dietrich,  front of me, and although they seem-, Mr. and Mrs. George Hansuld, Mr. and  ingly seen the show over once, were Mrs. J. H. Brlcker, Dr. and Mrs. Parke,  bent on waiting until as near nine o'-1 Mrs. and Miss Shaw. Miss Shover, Mrs.  clock as possible, as the curfew law) Oahlen, Miss Larch (Richmond, Ind.),  requires all small boys unaccompanied; Miss Weld (Waterloo, Ont.), Miss  to be in at that hour. j Lang* Miss McCandless,    Miss    Star,  The Grandview Park is the resting! **,i88 Shields, Mr. Irving Bricker, Mr.  lrface now of many a tired mother, and j L****e** Mr. Perry, Mr. Is3. Watson, Mr.  the children are playing there early 1 Arnold, Mr. Godfrey, Mr. Campbell,  and late.   The scbool grounds seem to Mr- Jack Sharpies, Mr. Shepherd, Mr.  be the greatest boon to th children  even tiny tots,- too young to 'attend  school, spend whole* days there. I  watched the lady assistant one day,  and could not help noticing how patient and tireless she was, with all  those litle ones clamouring for a swing  or a see-saw.  One of the finest and brightest  stores on the drive is Hallet's, where a  splendid new fountain has been installed, the store has been greatly  improved in appearance, everything in  this store always looks so dean and  sanitary; and the confectionery made  on the premises is certainly most delicious, as a trial will convince.  The Model Confectionery and Grocery have a good store on the corner  of Third avenue where during the  warm weather many housewives buy  their cakes and pastry. The Woman's  Bakery cooking is just like home cooking; try it  If you want anything in the way of  Eldridge and Mr. Harry Robinson.  Tbe engagement has been announced of Miss Magaret Flora Bell, third  daughter of Mrs. P. D. Bell, ot Collingwood. and Dr. Paul H. Provandio, of  Melrose Highlands, Mass., lecturer at  Harvard Medical college. The marriage will take place during the fourth  week in July.  Mrs. Ht*. B. Clarke was at home on  Frfflay in honor of her mother, Mrs.  Stales, of Tacoma, who is her guest  for a few weeks.  ��������� Alra.:.C. N. Laurie and Miss Alice  Laurie, of Port Arthur, who have been  Mi-avR. E. FroBt's guests, left on Wednesday morning for their home.  An announcement, of considerable  importance is just made by the Vancouver branch of the Royal Victorian  Order of Nurses, to the effect that during the Vancouver exhibition in August, the order will again have a prominent stand on the exhibition grounds  for the carrying on of their particular  Wedding fells  ���������H  A very pretty though quiet weu������.������e  took place last Saturday evening at 7  o'clock at the" home'of Mr. and MrB.  James A. McKay, 1230 Cotton Drive,  when MrB. Emma 'McDonald, of Eau  Claire^ Wis., became the wife of Mr.  J. B. Smith of this city. The Rev. Dr.  FraBer of the First Presbyterian  church, performed the ceremony in the  presence of only the immediate friends  of the contracting partis. M. and Mrs.  Smith will reside on Grant Street  Mr. Duncan Alexander Hamilton, of  Victoria Drive, was married last Wednesday, to Miss Hazel Alma Keddy,  youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs.  William Keddy, Government street,  Victoria.  stationery, books, toys, etc., tW place kmd of work* Son,e members of the  to go is the^Grandview Stationery, at!execut,ve comin,ttee **��������������������������� be ,n charge  1130 Commercial Drive. All the latest ;eacb d*y' aB weH aB the trained  magazines are always In stock, and' nuw,e*������. a**** the quarters will be equip,  prices are right {ped with every facility for the profes-  The new apartment house on Second 8,on������l handling of cases which may-  avenue, Just off Commercial Drive, is and doibtless will���������be brought under  fast fllllng up^ Good apartment houses the,r care* AP*** from a,ll emergency  are badly needed In Grandview., as' work������ a **Pecla. feature will enter Into  well as bouses to rent. The block on th*" ������/������a**'a programme; the giving of a  the corner of Fourth and Commercial lectue each day to mothers on the care  Drive has the two stores vacant, but of cn**<****������*- ���������"������ sickness and health, by  all the suites are taken. ''     | Miss Hall.     Preparations are being  Tbe McKay Book store is opening������ *nade already to render these after  book shop and stationery store on |lc*inoion lectures as enjoyable and profit-  Kay Road, near the carllne and post! able as possible, and all who wish to  olfiee. Orders will be taken for all attend them are most welcome to do  books and papers and a complete )Ine!go- Toe specially good work done by  of magazines will be kept I tbe order at the Wu fair, has not yet  Walter Richards, the Grandview������be6n 'oreTotten by tbe public and ad*  FiBb and Poultry man. is a man of;dltlona* equipment and staff ffthls  wide experience in his line. During ���������year WW enable them to render even  the summer months none of the fi8h!bet<er -"efvtee. The excellent returns  is exposed, but Is kpt on Ice until cut. j'rom their recent tag day has put new  Mr. Richards also keeps vegetables ofj8P*rit ���������nto tb order���������if, indeed, such  only the finest quality. was needed in an organization that has  The Buffalo Grocery, on 14th Ave., is always been characterized by the vast  amount of energy and progressiveness  shown from year to year by its individuals. At least, the large sum collected, has enabled them to go to confidently forward with the work of enlarging their present headquarters on  Venables street, and with the completion of the extra storey being built to  the house,,five new bedrooms will be  opened for the accommodation of the  A very pretty wedding took place at  7 p. m. on,Wednesday last week, at  the home of Mr. J. J. Clark, 1148 Eleventh avenue east, when his eldest sister, Marion M., was united in marriage  to Mr. Herbert W. Pugsley, of the B. C.  Electric, staff. The bride looked charming in a white embroidered silk mull  dress, with veil and orange blossoms.  She carried a shower bouquet of white  carnations and maiden hair ferns. She  was attended by her sister, who wore  a champagne silk dress, and carried a  bouquet of white sweet peas. The  groom was supported by his brother.  The groom's present; tb the bride, was  a Gerhard-Heintzman piano, and to the  best main gold cuff links. Other presents received by the young couple included a pretty reading lamp, a Bteel  range, an oak dining room set and a  handsome cheque, together with many  beautiful cut glass and silver presents.  Mr. and Mrs. Pugsley left on an extended trip to eastern cities. On their  return they will reside on Twenty-third  avenue east.  PHONE 3749 s  JOSEPH  RODWAY  1615 Park Drive  Sheet Metal Works  Next Week Specials  Hose 50 ft. complete  .$4.25  Boiled Oil,  double boiled  per  gal.  ..$1.25  Get our prices on your sheet  metal requirements.  Stoves      laaaes      Palais       rwatce leaairs  Special for Friday 4 Saturday  Schram Glass Fruit Jars  .. Pints 85c dozen  ~ Quarts $1.00 dozen  McMNNON'S  GROCERY  Cor. 1st Aveaae aad Consxercial Drive  Phone: Sey. 1541  A.  WISMEH  Jeweler & Optlolmn  . 1433 Commerolal   Drive)  For Watches. Clocks, Jewelry and Optical goods  Repairing a Specialty  Ice Cream  Milk  Davidson's Bakery  Class Bread art Cakes  Phone 1126 Commercial Drive  Sey 7694 is Grandview  Cars for Hire  tCara Stored  A . large number of relatives and  friends'assembled on Wednesday evening, last week, at the home of Mr. Ji  W. Bishop, 1232 Pender street east, to  participate in the festivities attendant  on the marriage of his daughter, Viola  Grace, to Mr. Benjamin Francis Croly  of this city. Rev. B. H. West was the  officiating clergyman, and the occasion,  was a very happy one, the bride and  groom receiving numerous good wishes  for a long and prosperous married life.  A large number of handsome pesents  were also received. Mr. and Mrs.  Croly left on the princess Victoria at  11 p. m. for Seattle, and will spend  some time also in Tacoma and Victoria, before returning to take up residence in this city.  Grandview Garage  and Repair Company  Expert Repairing, Gasoline,.  OU and Accessories  1424 Commercial Drive       Vancouver  FOE  JIGNS  W.J. PIE&CE  <i*4**y*w 1909 \90m9  2336 Commercial Dr. AEnd of Ewla Rd.  Phone Sey. 5786  one of tbe most progressive storeB - on  the drive, the prices here are as low  as down town prices and the goods are  of a most superior quality. Phone  messages sent to this store receive  most careful attention.  Mr. Arthur Wismer's new pewelry  store is a big improvement on the old  one. The new store has a good front  and splendid display windows. The  optical department is also most up-to-!extra nurses which the society finds  ���������Jate. Mr. Wismer haB had wide expe j ���������*��������� necessary to engage in order to  rience along this line.  80CIAL AND PERSONAL  cope with the enormous amount of  work which lies to their hand. The  turn realized from the street collection was $4.116.65, having been brought  Mr. Henry K. Rose, formerly of the u,i t0 so goodly a flsure by three doQ-  staff of the main branch of the Bank ���������at,ons-,rom PWlanthroplctilly Inclined  of Hamilton, bas been transferred to!c,r,zen8 of *100 elch- 8lnce that tim*  the branch at Cedar Cottage, where|,he Pa,r*,ew* ���������'���������*���������"���������<* has been closed  he has assumed the duties of manager. |and M,M Hal1' who ���������"���������* 8,ich ������-������,e"ent  Miss Pearl McAlplne. one of Grand-iwo,k there' *8 now '������������������������**>���������*������* ��������������� ���������*���������������<������  view's most successful pianists and|of ,he Venab-eB **������������������������t home, occupy,  teachers, entertained a number ef heri,,,g the P������filt,on ^^r rendered vac-  pupils at a  most enjoyable min>lcale! ant  b>'  the  re*r������"������d  resignation of  PONTBUII.P  until you get our prices for hardware. We handle anything in the  hardware line. |jr goods are not as represented return then, and'  get your money back.   Give us a trial.  We are selling the balance of our meat safes at less, than actual  cost.   Get our prices and be convinced.  WATTS HKRPWAR1E CO.  (Successors to Bailey Hardware Co.)  Plume Seymour W70I. 1407 Commercial St.  aT-Mto'*ne*-->>.fc������jteQd, Vaabood, 1  ,  noWAp������TOt*ci|������****iTOOirj*^^     cowa**wr.ip^A*i*--1 tu���������*~~  \ttfbm*K������aVtt QM-U" ******  Drs.KEHNEDY&KEMNEDY  Cor. Michijjin Ave and GriswoJd St. Detroit, Mich.  .BJATIg^Bjr      *^- letters from Canada must be addressed  aVWIIVSai      to onr Canadian Correspondence Depart"  s-*a-**a*a*a*B*a*a*BT*B*a    tnent in Windsor, Ont.   If you desire to  see us personally call at our Medical Institute in Detroit as we see and treat  a* pattella in our Windsor offices which are for Correspondence and  Laboratorj* for Canadian business only.   Address aU letters *tiLfoUows:  .    99* *TOMNtin *%KELW*^  on Wednesday afternoon at her home, [  2333 Victoria Drive. j  Mr. V. R. Thompson and family, of  1517 Parker street, have taken a cottage at Bow en Island for a couple of  months.  Miss Luella Riddell, who has been  Mrs. Henry Sinclair's guest for three  weeks, left on Sunday for Banff, en  route ,to her home in Winnipeg.  Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bletcher, of  Moose Jaw, were the guests of Mr.  and Mrs. Joseph Young, Collingwood,  last week, on their way home from a  three months' visit in California.  Miss Franklin.  GIGANTIC WOOD PILE A8 RISK TO  PROPERTY.  Complaints have been made to the  Are and police mommittee that the  large pile of about 3,000 cords of wood  at the premises of J. Hanbury & Co.,  at Fourth Avenue, constitute a serious  danger in the event'of fire, .and at the  meeting of tbe committee yesterday  the matter was- fully discussed.  A letter was put in from the Mainland   Fire  Underwriters'  Association  by Mr. F. G. Benson, stating that the  Mrs. T. H. Ross, 1870 Charles Street, I association  would  have  seriously   to  consider increasing the rates on tbe  adjacent property if fhe wood was not  removed, and the manager of the Nor  entertained most delightfully on Friday afternoon in honor of Mrs. fine,  of Brandon, who is a visitor in the city.  '"' ^"^mm^*f������mW eiwaa Practical Mdvkxa  Oa Business Adaptation. Health and Marriage  80S Granville St., Corner Robson  Hours:   10 a. m. to 9-p. m  Miss Marie Waynes left on Monday Iwich Union Fire Insurance Co. had  for Los Angeles, where she will spend 5 also written to a resident at Fifth Ave-  several   weeks  before    returning    toinue saying that if the wood pile was  school in Toronto.  not' removed the company would be  unable to continue on the risk at the  A farmer boy and his best girl were j P**63611* rate  seated in a buggy one evening in town; ���������   ���������     ������������������ ���������������*���������������  watching  the   people  pass.  Near by  was a popcorn vender's stand.  Presently the lady remarked: "My,  that popcorn smells good!"  ���������'That's right," said the gallant. "I'll  drive up a little closer so you can  Bmeil it better."���������Everybody's Magazine.  THE FRENCH RENDVIFORY  1706 Graveley (Street  Suits Pressed 35c to 75c  High Class Work at -Lowest  Prices. We Call an&Deliver  ii mu  THIRD AVENUE AND COMMERCIAL DRIVE  In case of illness nothing but the  best is good enough. You know  that we buy nothing but the  Best in  Drugs  Quality is Our Motto  I  THE ROYAL PHARMACY  R. E. FROST  Phones Sey. 6167, 7741  Gor. Third-Avenue and Commercial Drive  Telegrams ^received Money Orders  Majestic Bange, negular price $80.00; Our Price $40.00 %  Davenport Loim-ge, regular pike^25.O0; Our Price $12.00 %  Sideboard, 'brand -new, regular price $33; Our Price.....$20.00 %  Gas Stove, regular price $12.00; Our Price $7.00 %  Clean Mattresses from. ;,....$1.00 up %  Velvet Colored Lounge, regular price $15; Our Price $6.00 %  A complete etocik of Dishes, Fruit Jars and Iron Beds %  Commercial Second Hand Store I  %  1926 Commercial Dm w Seymour 2877 L *  ������������������niMt������M*������������l.<MK������milllHIIIMIIIMMIIMMM������  aM siiis^^mm  Swffi*;-*-:  THB WESTERN CALL  a  SPECIAL  18 lbs. B. C. Granulated Sugar   Carr's Biscuits, per pound   Royal Household Flour ......... ......  12 lbs. New Potatoes ........:...:  5 lbs. Empress Strawberry Jam .:.  Fruit Jars, dozer*... v...;;         $1.15  .20c  $1.90  ...25ec  ...85c   75c  Lemon Pies 15c, other Pies 10c, Layer Cakes 25c  Cookies, all kinds, dozen 10c. Try our 15c Fruit  Cake.  and Bakery  Corner Harris and Campbell Ave.  Phone Sey. 1139 Branch Post Office  We ourselves are better served  By serving others best  !  t  What is the cry ?  " The High cost of Living."  Come and see me and I will save  ydu mdncay.  E.c7W.UYNN  Phone Sey. 6857  Gbr. Keefer and Campbell Ave.  PROVINCIAL.  Several Fraser River fishing boats  seized by U. S. revenue cutters for alleged poaching. Matter later dropped  for lack of evidence.  Mr. Bourassa continues to get uncomplimentary epithets. The Kingston  Daily Standard has now dubbed him  and hlB followers "wharf rats."  Chief of Police Gillespie has been  suspended by' Mayor Hatch of Lethbridge.   Graft is charged.  A public -holiday will be' proclaimed  in Revelstoke when the deputy min-  .ster of public works, W. W. Foster;  turns the first sod of the Mt. Revelstoke and Alpine Auto Road, August  10.     ,  MlllilllHIHfll lllll 111 i  * ������        'y'.y  i: Frasery Ammie  DOMINION.  The press of Canada is divided over  the matter of England's protest  against the United States discriminating in favor of her own shipping on  the question of tolls. Whichever way  it is settled Britain will secure the  greatest profit, as she far outnumbers  America in merchant marine.  The Winnipeg Commercial ��������� estimates the wheat crop in Canada this  year at 203,000,000 bushels. This  would make this year's yield the record crop to date.  Seventeen were injured in a Montreal fire.,  Ottawa has an epidemic of typhoid  fever. One day over 500 cases were  reported. It is now subsiding,  I    Parliament is now expected to open  ' for business early in January, instead  [of November.    This winter's session  promises to be one of intense interest and history making.  i"M"M 11 ill *i������III *���������*** II 1 ������*>*'������  For best groceries of all kinds go to  Ellis, 80th and Fraser.     -  Best Black Tea, 8 lbs. $1.00 at G. R.  ;80th and Fraser.  ^^������^^*^t^^UJk-^^g*^  Washing Soda, 15 lbs. for 25c at G. R.  Elliv-, 3l)th and Fraser.    ������        .  j        The Hekla  The Hekla Gash * store, corner of  Fraser St.. aud 47th Aveune, is a new  up-to-date grocery having as its proprietors two men iu the vigor of manhood Messrs. Oddstad and Johnson.  They briug into their business the very  thlijgsthat plnase patrous and make  success. Their stock of goods is fresh,  select and ���������of good quality.- We be  speak for them a warm place iu the  friendship, confldeuce and support of  South Vancouver.  FOREIGN. j  It has been discovered that there  are nearly three times as many English as American workmen employed  in digging the Panama Canal.  It is stated that Rosenthal.-the recently murdered gambler of New  York, had at the time of his death  only $85 in his possession and owed  $100,000. No wonder he rebelled at  further police graft.  London Daily Express publishes report that Germany is -building secret  squadron of nine battleships. Causes  great anxiety. V  Rosenthal murder case in New York  progressing. Second of men charged  with actual shooting under arrest; $2,- ��������� ���������. .   ,   .     .   . . . A.        -s���������  ,  400.000 stated to have been c<,lU*ted'^  CONFERENCE OF MUNICIPALITIES  At a special meeting of the South  Vancouver Council, held Jul/3i, a motion by RobinBon-EUiott was adopted:  "That a conference be held of the  municipalities interested in the recent  decision of the Privy Council, namely.  South Vancouver, -North Vancouver  and. Point Grey, to discuss ways and  means to safeguard the position of  these: municipalities regarding lands  sold/ifor taxes." ���������  '-.runiV.'^''".     ���������    ���������   ���������;,.        "  i BUILDING  PERMITS $297,000.  South Vancouver; Aug. l.Building  iverroits issued from the office ���������of the  building inspector during the month of  July numbered 257 and called for  buildings of a total value of $297,019.  This figure is the highest reached since  March, Avhen permits for buildings valued at $310,000 were issued. In April  the value of permits issued was $258,-  000; May, $207,000, and June, $211,000.  Dr. Wallace A. Wilson, who has  been on the staff of the General Hospital, fo* the past year, has left for  England and the continent for further  study., He is accompanied by his  mother, Mrs. Robert Wilson, and hla;  sister, Miss Amy Wilson.  The permits taken out at the City  ������������������**������������������*-*#���������������������������  mmmmmmi*.  wyy&$$m  Gene^  y  Butt^^  WAS*  vixft  yM''  Oddstad& Johnson, Props.  Fraser Street and 47th Avenue  a*  yy^$y������$M  'iX.%  w0mw  0S0m  Tiie Place to Go���������-  after your walk or during  the hot weather call at  m  y'4  South  * 49th and Fraser St.    -yy';  Mosti^  '-jyy*  ��������� '���������������������������. yyW*y- yyyy/yyy:^'0������mi  Deliciou^  ���������:y y-^y   Godl ��������� ti^$ito^yy  x*" ���������������������������*������������������ i' yyfyi&yk  ���������A':---c'-S-'---.-.--"^Vr-xh-''r  :y;y  ���������y&?sx  ytf?$i  H&u  ��������� ��������������������������������������������� ������������������->��������� ���������...-.:,.-. ��������� ,i-.v.^r.,:,.-.w,.-   .,-:mw^X":  Nothing but-1ih9'b^f9W^i^^M^^m^  ^^^Mi|L  .f.::Tyyy  tiXxx<<y>xM  yyyM  '������������������ iA$hi;i  yy  $'iy?yMM.  POULTRY.  Swedish Bakery  jolinson * Carlson, Pro|>s.  Knecke Pread a Specialty  Pure Swedish Rye and  Fancy Bread  800 Glen Di ve      Vancouver, B. 0.  The Negligee  Hand Uundrv  We also do (.ace Curtains  906 Hastings Street East  Vancouver, 14. C.  ��������� l* u  1028 Hastings Street Cast  This Week  A full assortment H  of Pry Goocjs  "Hear you have a fine baby at your  house?"  "Yep;  bouncing boy."  "Whom does he look like?"  "Well, we haven't quite decided yet.  To tell the truth, none of our relatives  has   very   much     coin."���������Washington  Herald.  ��������� * 444 * ***** * ���������."*��������� *"!��������� ****4 *****  ****************************  Use Stave Lake Power 1  Those Industries are Better  In ultimate results which use our electric  power service. The factories or office buildings which operate private power plants are  under a big expense for maintenance. A  trifling accident may disorganize their whole  svste'm ��������� 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.  by police from gamblers for protection. Rotten condition to be laid  bare it possible.  City of Oxford 1,000 years old. One  of historic centers of world.  Prof. Parkin of Manchester Univer  Kerr, $41,000, for a rooming house at  1346 Robson 8treet, the Dominion Bed  Manufacturing Co., Ltd., $9,500, for a  warehouse and ���������- factory building ��������� t  Front Street and $5,000 in name of J.  The automobile and other modern Inventions have made rubber very expensive. This process will reduce the  cost to one-fourth of the present price.  Dr. Shepard of Harvard Medical  School announces tbat he has discovered the microbe which causes infantile parlysis. The problem ot preparing an antitoxin he declares a simple  matter. Will be great boon.  A serious train wreck occurred at  Rio Janeiro in which 100 were killed  or injured. The crews of both trains  were arrested on charge of carelessness.  Regardless of the extensive strikes  and varied labor troubles that bave  kept the social and political pots boiling almost continually, England has  made steady advance along industrial  and business lines. The Bank of England is growing rapidly stronger,  which gives confidence in face of possible ward.  The German Emperor has given an  order for a clearing up of Berlin. It  is a notorious fact that gambling is  aB prevalent here as in New York. It  is also suspected that the same relation exists between the law breakers  and the police. There are more cities  that need a trmendous overhauling.  MANY INDUSTRIES LOOKING FOR  ���������ITU*.  THE LITTLE GIRL'S ANSWER.  Alderman King Expresses Hop* That  City Will Reserve Itt Portion of  Falsa Creak for Manufactur*  > ing Locations.  That many manufacturing firms  would locate in Vancouver If the city  could find them sites was the statement made at yesterday afternoon's  meeting ot the Markets and Industrie  committee, following on the reading  of a letter from the Barber MattreBS  Company, who wished to know if the  city could provide them with a site  with trackage or one where trackage  could be put in.  Alderman King, chairman of the  committee, said it was impossible for  the city to find sites. Many firms  vould like to establish themselves in  Vancouver, but sites cost 6o ' much  money that to acquire one would take  all a firm's capital and nothing would  be left with which to carry on business. He hoped, when the $600,000 bylaw was passed, that the city would  reserve Its portion of False Creek for  industrial sites. They could build a  sea' wall and then dredge so that a  flotilla might be able to bring material  to the places that would start up. This,  lie said, would be far better than renting the whole of it to the Canadian  Northern.   If that company had money  By T. R JTerry, Provincial Poultry In*]  ���������piector.;  Splendid markets for, all kinds of  poultry products await the producers  in this Province. For years to come,  the supply of eggs and fowls producad  In the Province cannot overtake the  enormous demand. At the present  time, supplle tare drawn from all  parts of the North American continent.  Eggs, are shipped froia Califoralak Kansas, Washlngion, 0**������*w ������������*> %tber  states; from the Provinces Alberta,  Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Ontario,  and even from China,  Live poultry is  m-ma^damafv,^m  >,'m  y������>\  .1. Sparrow  froa two-storey store and  ,,���������,. ������������.������,������������������. w.Hw���������..^,.  ~~..���������. ,R-rt���������       .  . .   -6���������37 wiftae,,.*, i anu even own umiw. +��������������������������������� puim-* ���������������  sity claims to have discovered the W.^!w *    ' -WM J brought in by the wkaAytom the  chemical process for making artificial,AveBwe Ea8^' i  ������"*������ .wwkw *f  rubber. This problem has puzzled the'  brightest minds of scientists for years.  When  the  new   minister,   a   hand ,  some and unmarried man, made his Jl0 b,1>' a ri*ht of wa>' tho>f c0"'d *et a  first pastoral call at the Kosdicks, he Slte independently, and the city could I on w|th o(her braIlches Gf farming, a  mid-western Statea and Provinces, and  fattened here before consumption in  the Province. One city alone Imports  75,000 dosen eggs weekly, snd It Is  estimated that the eggs produced adjacent to the above mentioned city,  and which help to supply tbe demand,  do not exceed In numbers more than  5,000 dozen weekly. Such a condition  is undesirable when we consider the  advantages, both of climate and nearness to markets that tbe Province enjoys. Wben locating, if possible, land  should be secured near a good market  as, owing to the transportation  charges, it is not a very profitable  business and is situated far from a  town or market.  Although there are not a few  ranches in the Province where the sole  form of occupation Is poultry raising,  and the owners are getting good returns for their investment, at the same  time it must not be forgotten that excellent profits are possible on farms  of mixed husbandry. The returns  from the'flock should add materially to  the income of the fruit-grower, the  dairyman, or even the man who is  merely in the process of clearing his  land. The orchard makes an admirable run for poultry, especially growing stock. In the orchard many insect  pests will be destroyed and the manure from the fowls, will greatly enrich  the soil. By-products in the orchard  and in the fields are converted into  profit. Fowls are economizers and!  when a poultry department is carried  Opposite South Hill 8ebott  H. WIOKER, Proprietor  Booto and Shoes in. the  latest styles and hest quality  'Wees we |ligntM .:  yy:y,$t  ��������� y;-yy  :yyMysm  yyxym  The Workman's  tfdjne froto Home Cafe  Between 260) nnd 28th Avenues.  Opposite Poet Office  We carry sfirst-clws line of  Bread, Confectionery, Ice  Cream and Tobaccos.  Fon't Forget 4135 Fraser Ave  '���������>  Room and Board $1.00 per day.  Special rates by week or month  Junction Rooming House  . Cor. Fraser and Westminster Rd.  POOl. TABLE  ���������  f  took little Anna up in bis arms and j  tried to kiss her.    But the child re-j  fused to  be  kissed;    she    struggled]  loose and ran off into the next room,  where her mother was putting a few  fin; slung touches to her adornment before  geing nito the  drawing-room  to  use this for their own purposes:  TIPS TO HOUSE RENTERS.  "All modern conveniences," generally means that the home has a bathtub.  "Warm and cold water" sometimes  signifies that it is warm in the sum-  j greet the clergyman.    "Mamma," the | mer and cold in the winter.  | little girl whispered, "the man in the  j drawing-room wanted me to kiss him."  i "Well," replied mamma, "why didn't  ! you let him?   I would if I were you."  Thereupon Anna ran back   into   the j mean that the roof leaks  drawing-room, and the minister asked j    Don.t expect  to fm(J  a houge  that  will BUit you in every particular at a  jlets rate than $75 a mouth.   Even the  If you want to have anything done  to the house have it done before you  move in.  "Running water in every room" may  Your next for a  8H4VE*1  Jack l John's Place  Come in and have a  Game of  ROOj.  Ice Cream & Soft Drinks  Just the thing for a hot day  Cor. Fraser and Ferris Streets  4*a**as*a***a**a*a*s**a*sa*B*a*s*a^  ANATOMICAL SHOE  STORE  PARK*: HOUSTON. Proftrktor!  6352 Fraser St., Opposite 50th Avenue  Repairs a Specialty  Harness and Shoemaking  ducts, it may be stated that they are j ^n,^ Wotkm���������������shlp(HMranteea   Jk trUISolicitctJ  b.gher now, throughout the year,, than j  at any previous period.  Government Bulletin No. 10.  system of rotation could be adopted  very profitably.  Regarding   prices   for   poultry   pro  IN  ���������"Well, little lady> won't you kiss mej  now?"    "Xo,  I   won't,"   replied   Anna!  promptly, "but mamma says she will.  V  * i  Western Canoda Power Company j  LIMITED *:-  Phone: Seymour 4770      603-610 Carter-Cotton Bldg. t  P. O. BOX 1418, VANCOUVER, B. C. |  nil Himum 11 h 1 u v i m> 1 * nmwinimn ** * 1 ���������������*���������  "So the bank teller has disappeared.  Was he short in his cash?"  I    "Xo, he was ahead. It was the bank  that was   short."���������Boston  Transcript.  kitchen pump may suffer an occasional  atack of influenza.  When you want ������50 worth of repairs  made ask for $300 worth and then you  will probably get just about what you  want in the first place.  FORESTRY   CONVENTION  VICTORIA. I  Ottawa.���������The annual convention of  the Canadian Forestry Association, lor  the first time since 190C, is wbe heid  this year on the Pacific Coast, the  place being Victoria, and the dates  Sept, 4, 5 and 6. Mr. James Lawler of  Ottawa, secretary of the association,  has just returned from the Coast,  where arrangements are now well under way for the meting.    In addition  Builder's Supplies  Sand, Gravel, Etc.  Estimates Free  Plans Submitted  a nuiiiLer of promote  it men intcrcs  Fraser Avenue  Builder's Supply Co*  4122 rraser Avenue  F. Plummer, Props.  raONE :   Faikmont 1128  JAMES   HAUGHTON  Proprietor  Red Arrow Pharmacy  Corner Campbell and Keefer Sts. Phone Sey. 2889  Try our guaranteed Com Cure 25c per bottle  SEE WINDOWS  in forest conservation in. tha East,  ���������ia;h lumbermen arui otiieis, have- sig-  nifieri their iwtntiou of being present.  Tbe railways I-arc? '-Tamed specially  iow rates to delegates, ami as the  subjects discussed will be of importance to aU pans cf Canada, it is expected there will be a la:ge altend-  anre. A number of weil known forest engineers and lumbermen from the  United States -will also attend.  Evary Woman  is interested and -.hould know  about tiiO wcfiuerfut  Umei "oSSlST  Aitronr *mj*gt3t fw  It II he* cannot scpplr  the MARVEL, accept BO  othar, bat ���������end aump for Bros- ,  tnted book-Mated. It *-r*M foil  pattiealaia tad directions inTalaabta  tOlrdMa.WINDSOHBCPPI.YCO ~  Oaaarat A*aata (ar *4P������^  ������  T  '' yA yyy'f -.  THEWESTERN CALL.  ������������������*������*������*���������������*���������  *���������*���������%>  COLLECTIONS  BAD DEBTS COLLECTED everywhere. No collection, "no charge.:' Americar.-Vancouver Mercantile  Agency. 336 Hastings Street, Vancouver,  B. *C  SEYMOUR   OOOW  ill  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  E. R PIERCE Representative  The Normal School has been treatd  to a thorough renovation along with  several of our other public buildings,  it will be fresh and clean for the fall  opening. Stanley & Co., who have been  specializing on this kind of work this  season, have been doing a classy Job  here.  Miss Parks of Calgary has arrived  In Vancouver totake up work with  the new Success Business College. We  commend this school to the attention  of our readers. Do not fail to look over  their "ad."  We shall have cheaper water'rates  next year. The rate will be reduced  from twenty to thirty per cent.  Miss Edith Ewart returned to her  home in Fairview yesterday after a  thre weeks' camping vacation near  Sechelt  Mr. Henry K. Rose, formerly of the  staff of the main branch of the Bank  of Hamilton, has ben transferred to  the branch at Cedar Cottage, where  he assumed the managership of that  branch a few days ago.  LARGE   MOUNT   PLEASANT   DEAL.  Mr. J. W. Home stated this morning that the deal for the sale of 100  feet on Main Street, on the southeast  corner of Broadway, has been clased.  Mr. Charles M. Bowman of Toronto,  and member of the Ontario Legislature from Southampton, becomes owner of the property from a consideration of $100,000, or $1,000 a front foot.  The negotiations for this property  have been going one for some time,  hut Mr. Home, who has Just returned:  from a brief holiday at Harrison Hot  Springs, only closed matters today.  Since the $25,000 option was put up  on the property some time ago there  has been considerable talk about it,  and the rumor was current that it was  to be sold to T. Eaton & Co. of Toronto. Mr. Home states that he does not  know of any connection Mr. Eaton has  with the deal. Mr. Home acquired the  property six years ago for $29,000.  MT. PLEASANT CORNER C08T3  ���������1,000 A  FOOT.  A thousand dollars a foot was the  price paid yesterday for the southeast  corner of Broadway and Main Streets,  on Mount Pleasant.  The purchaser was Mr. Charles M.  Bowman, a member of the Ontraio  legislature, and the total sum paid was  $100,000.  Mt Pleasant Livery  A. P. McTAVlSH, Prop.  Phone Fairmont 845 Corner Broadway and Main  Carriages at all hows day or night  Hacks, Victorias, Btxwtoma, 8orreys antTSingls  Bugfies, Express and Dray Wagons for hire  ; Express & Baggage Transferred j  \********^i**\****i*  fHI*llMWIIl 11 III I 111 I  CH M MM IMIMIKMHIIIH;,  *-������*#**# m*^������l9W lift  van urroRP &BQS.  Pig Summer Sale  Of Pots an4 Plant*, Ferns, Palms, etc. ::  .Urge variety ot  Gut Flowers, Fern pistes, gaskets, etc. \ [  Great Reductions  j 999 0ro*4way W.,       Cor. Proadway and QaK ::  it'-tci iff**, %**m m iwfHtu iwtsft, cit. iwtiw *# immvit  >***% 11* I 111 lim 11 H I*������<<Q:*)m|IM I M 11IMIMI I'M1** I'M  I  Net t*������ Cttaaptat Placa  ���������st tM Bat* Valsa for  rtascy  -���������  t *^^NT CQSFBCT,0Z  **gj*y^ 9. n. Ar-ttstrong, Prop. '*CJ  2440 MAIN STREET  *y  We have an ICE CREAfl 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.  :  ���������  t  TOR SALE  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  Lee & Wood, of 523 Broadway West,  have just finished painting and decorating the fine four-story Duncan building on Pender St, opposite the new  World building. The work Is attracting much attention, and excites favorable comment.  BIBLE CLASS BANNER.  Olad Tidings Bible Class ot Mount  Pleasant Methodist Church holds the  banner for this quarter for the largest  attendance at tbe rally of tbe Vancouver District Federation, At the gathering on Thursday tbls class mustered  160 strong. Onward Class of Wesley  Church, which has held the banner, for  tbe last two quarters, presented 186  members. Tbe banner for the largest  average goes to Mountain View Meth*  odist Church.  At the close of Professor Pidgeon's  address at tbe gathering of classes reported yesterdw*. a resolution, moved  by Mr. Stables and seconded by fcer.  Mr. 8tacey, demanding the enforcement of tbe law against tbe social evil,  was unanimously adopted.  ,  Mt. Pleasant business houses that  are leaders in their particular lines  and on whose word patrons can rely.  On Main street are the following:  Owen's Hardware, 2337.  Lougheed ft Co., real estate, 2343.  p. Paris Shoe Repair Shop, 2436.  Mt. Pleasant Confectionery, 2440.  The Sanitary Market, 2513.  Band's Cafe, 2611.  The Don���������Ice Cream, 2648.  Darling's Drug Store, 2652.  Keeler's Nursery, corner Fifteenth  avenue.  McBride's Hardware, Sixteenth avenue.  The Toronto Furniture, 3334.  Mt. Pleasant Livery, Main and  Broadway east. *  j    F. T. Vernon's Feed Store, corner  Broadway  and  Westminster  Road.  I    Progressive   Boot   Repairing   Shop,  232 Broadway EaBt.  |    MacLachlan Boot and Shoe Repuair  Shop, 3330 Main St.  Rosio & Jones, Wall Papers, 2440  Main St  Main Transfer Co., 2421 Scotia St.  Trimble ft Morris, Real Estate, corner Broadway and Westminster Road.  Peters & Co. Shoe Repair Shop,  Main, back of Bloomfleld's Cafe.  Arthur Frlth's Furnishing Store,  cornier of Broadway and Main.  All of the above are thoroughly Interested in Mt Pleasant'a forward  movement and consistently patronize  "Home Industry." One call on them  will insure another.  BUILDING PERMIT8.  The building permits at tbe City  Hall'yeBterday Included the following:  A. Thorgemson, $10,000, for a two-  storey store and apartment house at  862 Ninth Avenue Bast; S. W. Hopper,  $6,000, two-storey dwelling house at  1715 Dunbar Street; R. Goldberg,  $7,000 dwelling house at 1249 Albert  Street, and H. C. Woodcock, $7,500, for  a thre-storey dwelling house at 2386-88  and 2310 Stephens Street.  DARLING'8 DRUG STORE.  J. R. Darling, proprietor of Darling's  Drug Store, 2652 Main street, corner  ot 11th Avenue, is one of Vancouver's  progressive business men. Though but  28 years of age, he has already spent  14 years ln tbe drug business. He  was born ������n Exeter. Huron Coupty,  Ontario, graduated from the Ontario  College of Pharmacy, Toronto, 1905,  and served his apprenticeship with hit  father, who is In the drug business at  Durham, Ontario.  Four years ago, attracted like thousands of others by the splendid opportunities and future prospects of the  great western country, Mr. Darling  unpacked his grip in the far-famed  teminal city. For a time be served as  manager of the Mt Pleasant Pharmacy, but two years ago entered upon  business for himself at the location  mentioned.  Already be has secured an excellent  patronage and Is destined to become  one of the leaders in bis line of business In Vancouver.  Darling's Drug Store boasts the finest soda fountain on Mt. Pleasant.  They also --specialize on prescriptions  and take a proper pride in their  promptitude and carefulness in this  important feature of drug service. Of  course Mr. Darling advertises ln the  Western Call, and we trust our readers will keep an eye on his announcements.  ������~t**i**i^~t>*i-t**i������ <> ���������!��������� ������������������������������������ ������������t^>*M*������fr*fr*i*V*i**i'    *J*^**IK**M**!*-M*'}*****I"  >  No  Delivery ^samm^y^Nd Credit  Phone; Fairmont 621  Wt gin jtttis bene*  fit a! all aiptisM of  fellvtry   tti book*  ktepltf.  Our Heats are Just a little better than the best elsewhere  Saturday Special*  Pes Lb.  Choice local Veal .20 to 25c  Legs Local Lamb 20c  Loins     '���������������������������������.    ............20c  Corn fed Pork Legs  20c  "    "    '������������������     Loins   ...20to25c  The best Pot Roast.. .12}4 to 15c  Lean Silver Side 16c  Heel Beef, all meat . .10 to 12j^c  Per Lb.  Our Beef and Pork Sausage  best to be had 2 for 25c  Fresh dressed Chickens.25 to 30c  Good Lard, 2 lbs. for 26c  Choice mild cured Hams  today only:  .20c  Choice table Butter  . 35c  today 3 lbs. for ��������� .... .$1.00  Fresh Eggs, per dot  35c  Today, 3 doa. for...     85c  **  8*lmon, fresh, red. 2 lbs. for 26c FISH Smoked Halibut 15c, 2 lbs. for 25c  Halibut, reah choice. 3 Iba. for 26c Kippers 3 lbs for 26c  A flne a-aortrnent of all Fish on hand  Tha Placa that Traata Yea Rlgst  Tbla ia an IndeDeadaM Market  -*������***������?������!**������������:������������H~'**** ���������"*��������� :"H"M"*"|"l"l"''i t-  2513 Main street, nr. Broadway  .i���������i..i.,i..i.������.i..i.li,1t.������,i.,tiit..iiiti.i..iiii..i..t..i..i..ii  ADDITION  TO  KING   EDWARD  SCHOOL.  Work is progressing very favorably  on tlie^ new $125,000 addition to the  King Edward High School. Construction work was started by the Norton  Griffiths Steel Construction Company  about two months ago.  The building is to be three storeys  In height and to .contain 15' rooms.  Among these will be a laboratory, an  auditorium, a lecture hall, a draughting room, an art room and library, as  well as a forge room, a machine shop  and a carpenter shop. The last three  named will be in the basement of the  building. '  Tbe site of the structure Is 219 feet  by 116 feet. It is being built of reinforced concrete, faced wltb stone in  keeping with the older portion of the  building. It Is expected that In about  two or three months the building will  be ready for occupation. Mr* N. A.  Leech, architect for the Vancouver  Board of School Trustees, designed  the school.  CHURCH HRVICI-S.  Central Baptist, corner Laurel and  Tenth Ave. Rev. J. C. Sycamore, M.A.,  of Catgary, will preach at both services  next Sunday. Strangers and visitors  cordially invited.  > II IIIM4I 1 H11HI*IM1H">  TORONTO'!  FURNITURE  STORE f  3334 Main St. ������  j. Our stock of Furniture |  I isLarge, Modern and +  > adapted to the tastes of t  I Buyers. *  I Dressers, Buffets, Tables i  I Chairs, Couches, Mat- l  j: tresses, Bedsteads, etc. i  :������ A complete line of *  f Linoleums, Carpet Squares, etc. f  ������ Drop in and inspect our goods. *������  This it where you get a square -j.  t M. B. COWAN I  i m ��������� i m n i IIMHHUHI if  your mmh  Cedar Cottage Presbyterian Church,  Rev. J- C. Msdill, pastor. 11:00 a. m.  -subject, "jreob and the Angels."  7:30 p.m.- " Tbe Short-Sighted Men."  WANTED���������Ladies to do pimp and  light sewing at home, whole or spare  timet Good pay. r Work sent any distance. Charges paid. Send stamp for  full particular*.���������National Manufacturing Co., Mourrenl.  ..  PROHIBITION PROHIBITS  The fact Is full well known  I ii ���������-������������������������������������������ iiiiiQinii'Hi'  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.  3536 Main St.  Phone Fairmont 1892  Pat was strolling along the quayside as a big ship was about to sail.  "Sure," said Pat to the captain,  "could you find me a job?" "Just  the man I want," said the captain,  and so Pat joined the ship for the  first time in his life. It was a fine  night and they were in mid-ocean.  Tbe captain all at once noticed a man  fall overboard and shouted to Pat:  "Throw a buoy overboard." Pat  1 seized a bright-eyed youngster stand-  j ing by and threw him into the sea.  "I did not mean that boy: I meant a  cork buoy."    "Sure," said Pat, "how  ! do I know whether he comes from  Cork or Tipperary?"  There's tar more wolves when driven  "They've taken half my chicks!  "Plague on each fox!"the farmer cried,  "No good your fence," the wise replied  !   "Protection's but a farce.  The fence and gun are futile things  "Mistaken scheme," the wise replied,  i   Which any fox can pass.  Because they make the guileless fox  ,   A hypocrite, you see!  You cannot keep the varmints out;  j   Then license two or three!"  "Alas, Alack!" the shepherd sighed,  "The wolves have killed my sheep!  I'll have a fold, and build a wall.  And shepherd dogB I'll keep."  off  Than when they're left alone!  And then you'll make them hide and  skulk,  A thing that should not be.  You cannot keep the varmints out,  Then license two or three."  "My  boy!   My girl!  You'd best have  died,"  Fond mothers oft have wept.  "We'll have the law prohibit all  The hells where, drink is kept."  "That way is wrong," the wise replied,  "And each man's right betrays.  Besides, prohibit as you will,  'Tis sold in divers ways.  And tempt the devil will.  And catch them at their tricks."  You cannot keep all sellers out,  Then license them���������to kill."  Ray G. Harbutt, in Civic Record.  I'll build a fence and load a gun,  The law is never quite enforced,  To Rent-I loomefl House  4629 Valentine St., between 29th and  30th Ave., South Vancouver; strictly  modern, new. Apply Muir & Lobb,  2410 Westminster hoad.  We live to serve the people."  Our Stock is complete and  of excellent quality.  Our Workmen  are Skilled  Reliable and Prompt.  LEE & WOOD  523lTOi4iay,W.   Riwe Fair. 1K8  *T"������-f,"'T'"-T������" .WP***  ',V***a*r    ������p"W*W****"B*>  tion of your spine, fo  enjoy pe*r*f������t,herttfe***H  your spine adjusted by  Ernest Shaw, p.C.  (Doctor of Chiropractic)  250 22mJ Avenue East  (Close to Main St.)  Office Hours: 1:30 to 6.     Consultation  Free.  Progressive Bool (t*p*lrlB������  tit IfflfWaf E.        Tats. Ftrfitfitf, Prsa  Has installed a  GOODYEAR SHOE REPAIR OUTFIT"  Turns out shoes equal to new  ���������*���������*���������  r  ���������\  Choice  New Hay  F. T. Vernon's  Feed Store  2471 Westminster Road  Ctr. Broadway        Mt. Pleasant  Poultry Supplies  of every description  V.  Phone: Fair. 186  J  GO TO  KEELER'S NURSERY  Cor 15th Ave. & Main St.  The finest Tuberous  Rooted   Begonias  in the  City now on Display  Prices Reasonable  PHONE: Fairmont 817  ���������ir *_"������    "><!,  n  THE WESTERN CALL.  ������������������  .'iv ...  . *��������� * i * a,  , ��������� >-r ������s< ,. -;_  -<..   *-^*M-  -.   '*'3?A  %3*������l  ^^e Heart if Vancouver  , ,|.|*fif f f t������H ll������i������M 111! I IJ 14  j; If You Help Your District \ \  \; You also Help Yourself \ j  |M'������'H'H"H'W"I'W������������������*HH *������*4 \ i  ******%  ,     ,. ^ ruf- 1..  K**'  -*iJ������J  ^ t'y:  Mt. Pleasant Carriage &  Horseshoeing Shop  Dealers' in Heavy Team  and   Express   Wagons   -  Rubber Tire Work  MUIR & LOBB  2410 Westminster Road  01GANT,C WOODPILE AS B.8KTOJ   g^,  ^   persona,  PROPERTV.  Complaints have been made to the  l)re and police mommittee that the  large .pile of about 3,000 cords of wood  at the premises of J. Hanbury ft Co.,  at Fourth Avenue, constitute a serious  danger in the event of fire, and at the  meeting of the committee yesterday  i the matter was fully discussed.  A letter was put in from the Mainland Fire Underwriters' Association  by Mr. F. O. Benson, stating that the  association would have seriously to  consider Increasing the rates on tbe  adjacent property if the wood was not  removed, and the manager of the Nor*  wich Union Fire Insurance Co. had  also written to a resident at Fifth Avenue saying that if the wood pile was  not removed the company would be  unable to continue on .the risk ai the  present rate.  CORRESPONDENCE  THE HOUSEHOLD.  caw.  'imperial Transfer Co.  When moving phone us.    We are  prompt and  reliable.     Furniture  and Pianos moved.   Padded  Van  Phones Sey. 648 also Sey. 133  5G3 Georgia Street  Bishop Warne of Calcutta, India,,  was the guest of his brother, Mr. P.'  Warne, 2291 Fiist Avenue, last wek.    I  Mrs. J. A.  Sanderson and  Master jabl*  *>���������������a.   for  the   following   few  Fre������l  Sanderson  from' Lytton, B.  C, ! lines?  Dear Editor,���������Will you kindly gi\e  me space in the columns of your valu-  Lytton,  are visiting the former's mother, Mrs.  Sanderson, 296   Twenty-first   Avenue  East.  A farmer boy and bis best girl were  seated in a buggy one evening In town  watching the people pass. Near by  wae.aspopcorn vender'-s stand.  Presently tbe lady remarked: "My,  that popcorn smells good!"  "That's right," said the gallant.'I'll  drive up a little closer so you can  ���������mell lt better."���������-Everybody's Magazine.  Mr. .and rMs. Robert Hodge, of  Hamiota. Man., are spending a holiday  on the Coast and are Btaying with Mr.  J. D. Turnbull, 54 Sixth Avenue East.  Mr. Hodge is manager of the Union  Bank %nd Mrs. Hodge Is known to  many Vancouver and Rossland people,  being a daughter of Mr. Denison of  Rossland.  The many friends of Mr. John  White, who has been connected with  the Independent Drug Store during  the /last Jour yearsM will learn with  much regret that he has severed his  connection with the business he has  done bo much to build up, and intends  taking a much needed holiday in tbe  East.  I A. Odium.  I        Our Opinion on the  Range Question  We know we have your confidence and we have  oiiade ourselves worthy of it by fca-^lH**g*rjhe very  ibest merchandise in our line. <  We are familiar with the good qia&tiee &������ every  stove and range on the market   In our opinion  is the best of tbem all and the  range in service wiiiback us up  sgyof4t. Rwejaa wt** a rater mw mm*, we wouW  ������4vi������e you lo to ft .TO  yxm not coroean4 aee it?* We  .JW9WMf999mvfo& you  WWt���������   ^^i **t^^^   T*r*PrfjW^wWw   ijffwV    K-aVdlv  ���������wWma' fffr-Jr  Wt*^f������W *JJefw *jaw*9'*af*af9 '���������/������������������^^Wf 9999W*/  leable ia ime.  m*a**������f*fw -a-a-ay vmm*aaawa  W. R. OWEN  :  2337 Main Street        - Phone Fairmont 447  ':'r' '   ��������� '  '**********4*******^***********************f*******>^  BAND'S  There is a journal called "Truth"  which sometimes finds its way into the  house where I reside, and a good deal  of discussion takes place over some of  the matter contained ln -t; but I believe that while the Intentions of the  editor are all right, yet some of the  matter would be better unpublished. I  believe that he is doing more harm  than good, as the matter published is  doing more to advertise the vice which  he condemns than it is to destroy It.  There are other thlngB in Vancouver  which need some attention as well as  the vice which he points out; there fc  a spirit of carelessness with regard to  spiritual things which is sapping the  foundations of religion in this city, add  there is also a class of scoffers who  make It their business to scoff at the  church and everything connected with  religion. Now the press is a powerful  weapon and has a grand opportunity,  because many a man reads a newspaper who never enters a church door.  Now, if the press would take up the  matter manfully all round, and not be  satisfied with squibs which appear in  Truth from time to time, it could  really do a grand work. Preaching  down vice is never a very effectual    way of dealing with it; a much better  MIbb Sybil Tanner of Guelph, Ont., *-.ay would be to preach up Christ, and  arrived here on Monday and will be if both church and press would take up  the guest *f Mrs. 8. J. Taylor and the that attitude they would be sure to  Misses Taylor, 529 Eleventh avenue achieve better results. It has often  east, Tor a few weks. j been sald truly that wnere u^ Blood  J of Calvary won't draw, the fires of  Miss  Eldrith   Matehett of  Belling-, sinal won't drive,  ham, Wash., is the guest of her grand- j    T*,anMlIg you> Mr. Editor, in antlcl.  parents, Mr. and Mrs.  Curtis, Four-' pation>-    I    Issued every Friday at 2401 Westmin*  a  n.in������fl.><> i.n.<,k ������������..��������� *,-> ..���������-* .~ I ���������*������r "***<*. one-half bloc*, north of BroaA-  A painters brush may be used to way.   Fhona Fairmont 1140.  dislodge  dust  from  cracks  ana  ere-! __ *&*<tot^ H. EL S**vena; Manager. Geo.  vices about the house. j!  Use warm water to sprinkle Btarch-  ed clothes and the effect will be twice  as satisfactory.   To make glassware clear and spark- j   ftatMaxlptloai $1.00 per yaar. laVee-ai*.  ling add a bit of bluing to the soap- fS^Orn^ mo**t*1'*5   26 ������ent*������ ������������**  Changes of ads. rnuit be In by T������ae>  Jay evening cue!) week to iiuure '  tion In following Issue.  Notleea ��������� of   births. > deaths'' and  'taceslngerted frea of charga,   ***a*a*a*aaaa**--i---B***^x--i**B*a*ata  i Protestant churches have   compa**a>>  BudB when washing.  Honey blended with the butter before spreading on Boston brown bread  makes a delicious sandwich filling.  For a quick luncheon dish take a  few slices of cold boiled ham, sprin-(  ,gle with brown sugar, and a  little, tively few orpaonages; the Methotllat \-  The number of orphans  who are j church very few.    Wfcy not   moref'''  thrown helpless. In infancy or child- The Catholic church depends on *\a,''i  hood, upon society is   very   great Institutions of this class for  ThoBe. that are nourished in a church thousands of recruits to its  institution, are won for that church, ship.  Miss Hattie Williams of Winnipeg  is vtmting at the home of her aunt,  Mrs. Bruce, 745 Broadway, Fairview.  Mies Maude Peterson of St. Catherines, Ont., Ib the guests of Mraj C. H.  Hubbell, 236 Twelfth avenue, west.  y>n  -yy  '. y i  * \*. * .jUi|  .'       , };"J-  - yM  Art's'  "���������**���������?-  y? Si.  L^Sl  PETERS & Cd.  PIONEER SHOEMAKERS  <t *  Are ktfll at tea aid stand  2517 Main Street ^tw. cat.  Most reliable Boot and Suobmakino IN lfoUKT PLBaaANT.  *************************���������**************)*  .*  *  %���������*���������';  1 ^  tenth avenue.  Miss Evelyn Hector of Fourteenth  avenue Is spending the week art Wigwam Inn, Indian River,.  The Misses Ivy and Elate Wood-  house 'of Winnipeg. Mtuu, are spending tbeir vacation with Mrs. Board-  man, Second avenue east.  Miss Sybil Tanner arrived in the  city today from. her home In Guelph,  and will be the guest of Mr. and Mrs  8. J. Taylor and tbe Misses Taylor,  &29 Btev������atb avenne east, for a few  weeks.  Mies Elsie   Collins   lias  pointed deaconess  for  Mr.  MethodiBt Church for   the  year.  been ap-  Pleasant  ensuing  W. C. Bt*4* Msatfcr  J. W. Doarae  It's Just Uke Home  The most up-to-date place in Mount Pleasant  Clean, Tasty and Quick Service.  Our ehef. Mr. Levers, lute of the  Hotel Elysium, is second to none.  All Fruits and Fish in season.  We cater to Balls, Parties, etc.  TRY OUR 25c BUSINESS MEN'S LUNCH  2611 MAIN STREET  Corner 10th Avenue Phone Fairmont 609  WCOOING BfElUa.  On Tuesday morning at Mount  Pleasant Presbyterian Church, Rev.  J. W. Woodside united in marriage  Mr. John T. Tuplin and Miss Kate  Foster, both of Vancouver. At 5  o'clock in the afternoon he officiated  at the wedding of Mr. Robert E.  Hookes and Miss Annie B. Anderson,  which took place at 53 Broadway  west. Both ceremonies were witnessed  only by the immediate friends of the  contracting parties.  DARLING'S DRUG STORE 1  2652 MAIN ST., COR. I Ith Ave.  I  *  a  a  a  a  a.  I  a  a  a  a  a  a  a  a  a  a  i  DRUGS, STATIONERY  CAMERA SUPPLIES  CIGARS, TOBACCO  PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY BY REGISTERED MEN  PHONE:   FAIRMONT   514  J.R. DARLING, Prop.  TRICKERY.  "The new idea in business is honesty, openness, frankness," said Alton  B. Parker at a dinner at Esopus. "We  used to conceal our plumbing, ami  very poor, unsanitary work it was. We  expose it now, and it is altogether  sound, wholesome and satisfactory.  Well, business is like (hat.  "When I think of some of the tricks  that used to obtain iu reputable business firms, I am reminded of the -seaside auctioneer.  "This scoundrel once held tip a $10  gold piece aud said:  " 'Guess the date on this piece of  money, friends. Make a guess and a  guess and a small purchase, and the  "So everybody in the crowd  guessed; everybody bought some  worthless rubbish, and the dealer  netted a huge profit Then, at the end,  he looked at the $10 gold piece, held  it up and said:  "'Now for it!    Who guessed 1S94?"  '"Me! Me! Me! cried every man  Jack in the shop.  "The dealer smiled.  " 'Then you guessed wrong;' he said,  slipping the coin into hie pocket 'The  date is 1812."'���������Washington Star.  Down in Georgia a negro, who had  his life insured for several hundred  dollars, died and left the money to his  widow. She immediately bought herself a very elaborate mourning outfit.  Showing her purchases to her friend,  she was very particular in going into  detail as to prices and all incidental  particulars. Her friend was very  much Impressed, and remarked:  "Them sho is fine clothes, but, befo'  Heaven, what is you goin' to do wid  all dis black underwear?"  Tbe bereaved one sighed:  "Chile, when I mourns, I mourns."  ���������Harper's Magazine.  1 am, yours most respectfully,  JOSEPH GAI.LAHER.  1763 Third Ave. West  H.m *m  Vt-wtwver frMbitiot A*������H������M JWM* 17*  Following is tbe list of fairs:  Arrow Lakes���������October 45.  Alberni���������September 13.  Armstrong���������October 1������*17.  Burquitlsm���������September 88.  3ella Coola���������October 30.  Cowichan���������September 20-21.  Comox-1-October 3.  Coquitlam--September 21.  CbJUIwack���������September 19-20.  Central Park���������September 1213.  Crenbrook���������September 1819.  Delta���������September 20-21.  Grand Forks���������Sept 26-27.  Greenwood���������September 30.  Golden���������September 24*25.  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.  Matsqul���������September 26-27.  Nanaimo���������September 17-19.  N  and 8. Saanicn���������Oct 4-6.  Nicola���������September 25.  Morth Vancouver���������Sept. 7.  New Westmiuster���������Out. 4-5.  Nelson���������September 23-25.  New Denver���������October 2.  Penticton���������September 29.  Revelstoke���������October 8-10.  Richmond���������September 25-26.  Shawnigan���������September 18.  Salmon Arm���������Sept. 27, 28.  Summerland���������October 30, 31  Surrey���������September 24.  Trail���������September 25-26.  Vernon���������October 23, 24.  Vancouver���������August 10-17.  Windermere���������Sept. 20-21. j  Victoria,    (provincial     exhibition��������� j  September 24-28.  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QQ ���������  Qne Yimr  *'M-M'*M ������.������'l'������������i|i������i������������������i|ii������i|ii|i������i**������i*. .pi't fi|i������ * at ������i |i* tifij ****** ***t  >********���������***************** 4*4*t*t***t*****m******i  For good values in  ; H\2\U |5STATe ANP JNVKST MEN TS  Call on  TR|MHl~e<'������ NORRlSj  " Cor. Broadway and Westminster Road  .������������������t������l#.t.������t*****t******>*** ****************t9i****%+  mporters  of  Wall  Papers  Paint  and its  effects  What a power PAINT has to  brighten, cheer and comfort our  lives. Try this transforming influence and have your house  painted NOW  Estimates cheerful!/ given.  Stanley & Co.  2317 Main St.      Phone Fair. 998  Paper  Hanging  Kalso-  mining  Reglazing  CHIROPRACTIC.  Dr. Ernest Shaw of 250 Twenty-second Avenue east, is demonstrating his  ability and the efficiency of his art to j  the satisfaction of many of his patients. It will pay persons who are  out of health to consult this Doctor  of Chiropractic before giving up hope  of restoration. He can be found at  his office which is clo3e to the car line  on Main St., any time between 1:30  and 6 p. in.  Chief Officer Census and Stasties Office.  Mr. Andrew Lang once asked Mr. Israel Zangwill to give his services tor  a charity bazaar.  Zangwill replied in a note:  "if A.  Lang will, I, Zangwill."���������Sacred Heart j  Review. }  Always in Mt. Pleasant  Phone Fairmont 1177  Main Transfer Co.  Express, Baggageand Storage  Trunks Moved on Short Notice  Phone Fairmont 1177 Stand 2421 Scotia St.. Mt. Pleasant  Mac LAC H LAN & MORGAN  HIOH   CLA3S   BOOT A  AND   SHOES  Of Oua***rtce4 QoatKjr  t-adlet',  Qtntlc-nen'i and  Childreu'i   at  half city price*.  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ALL SIZES  found and round his arms and body.  Quick hands seized him and pulled  htm from his balance, and as he  strove helpless in his lashings he  heard sounds tbat told him "his com*,  panlon waa receiving the same treat-!  ment. Off their feet, men at shoul-i  derB and heels, the boys.felt them-!  selves' being borne down what seemed'  endless flights of stairs, and, still ini  the blinding darkness of the bags,:  ;were laid upon a stony floor. And asj  ; their captors set them down tbeyj  jheard, t little distance off, a voice  that they knew well, saying, in soft,  .purring tones: "That commission was  executed amply efficient. I much thank  the honorable Mr. Kelly." -  t CHAPTER X.  The voices died away, and the captives, heads muffled and bodies wrapped ln many turns of rope; were left  upon the floor. They could not move  hands or feet; the bags over their  heads kept tbem from judging even  the light or darkness of their prison,  and, while they could have rolled  around like a couple of barrels, the  Inducements for such actions were de-  mam  'with Mr. Yazimoto were unmistakably  Italians, and apparently brothers.  ��������� The room itself had apparently  ���������been roughly dug as a sort of sub*  'cellar, or a retreat to which the clans  [of the Chinatown district could re-  Itreat in time of trouble. It was at  '.least twenty feet square and perhaps  ���������ten feet high, with rough cement  Iwalls, a dirt floor, no furnishings except the table and a few chairs, and:  ���������with no sign of an entrance or an exit  ^anywhere around Its sides. As a prls-  ion, it was ideal���������far below tbe level  'of the street, unknown, unmapped and  [unsuspected.  j Mr. Yazimoto gave his captives a  (few minutes in which to get their  [bearings and become accustomed to.  'their   surroundings.   Then,   smiling;  sweetly into Brockett's eyes, he spoke  in his soft, pleasing voice, with'its  curious idioms and use- of English  words.  "I must assure honorable Mr. Brocket^:," said the Japanese, "how I regret with much solicitude that I accomplish transaction so unpleasing to  him and to his amicable friend. Not  for anything, not even for wealth!-  ness, should this, have to be uncomfortably so, except for the facts he is  honorably acquainted in���������with���������of.  Yes, yes, it is 'of I should make usage.  I saw, with much particular attention,  that no injury was done to honorable  Mr. Brockett or to honorable Mr. Solano."  "No special damage done, as yet,"  Brockett answered. "But why are we  down In this little dungeon? What's  all this trouble between you and me,  Mr. Yazimoto?"  . "Surely," purred Mr. Yazimoto, "Mr.  Brockett knows most capaciously of  the; differences now between us. Mr.  Brockett Is custodian of knowledge  much necessary to Mr. Yasimoto. Mr.  Brockett is not ot l*p.orance to such  particular."  "I think I understand you, Mr. Yastmoto," returned Brockett, "but wiy  don't you come down to facts, and tell  ���������us just why we are here, and Jwst  what yoo want of as?"  "I will proceed to elucidate," explained Mr. Yasimoto. "Mr. Brockett  bas, one time already, politely declined the acceptance of money prof-  feted tor tbe interpretation of a certain code, a most meritorious cipher.  Mr. Brockett also, one time already,  has given repulse to Mr. Yazimoto in  effort to obtain much-desirable knowledge by force.    Now, Mr. Brockett  Cedar Cottag<  Theatre  ddedly small. A man In Jrttch blackness, with bands and feet strapped, Is  not likely to roll into what might be  a bottomless abyss at bt*i side, or ( should be more amiably accommodat*  wriggle upon what Is in all probabil-(ing."  !|ty a most uncleanly floor. "Tell bim to go to blazes," Inter-  Tbey could breathe through tbe bag- 'acted Solano, viciously. Mr. Yati-  linf, though particles of lint and dust .J rooto turned bia gentle smile upon the  came into mouth and nose, and no Cuban for a second,  attempt had been made to gag tbem. I "Mr. Solano, speaks' with rudeness.  Judging from tbe long time it bad tak-. jmo8t ippoiite. He should be cblded  en tbelr captors to lug them down' for bis expressiveness. Now, then, I  Into the depths of tbeir prison, tbey I am aU prepare to make the honorable  were far below tba surface of the i Mr. Brockett another proposition. He  street, arid equally far from any j.has with him cipher dispatches���������that  chance to bring rescue by using their js very well Indeed. I could take tbem  voices. No attempt had been made' from bira instantaneous, with able  to search them���������the crafty Mr. Yazi- j heip from honorable Mr. Kelly." And  moto evidently figured that he had an the Oriental nodded lightly toward  amplitude of time. Beyond a doubt 'the stockier of the Italians,  he would soon return to rob and pre- "You are a fine-looking guinea to be  sumably to interrogate them, but at   called Kelly," snarled Solano, as the  tr/-wr///&y  lightly on the table wltb his fore-',  finger, spoke briskly:  ��������� "LetfB understand you, Mr; Yazzy;;  You give me $500 to get - these two:  ducks down here into my cellar* and:  $300 more for my brother and Kill'  Levin to -split between tbem. That'sl  right, isn't ii, Mr. Yazzy ?"  "With exactitude. You bave receive;  the money." v  "Sure thing we have. And you paldi,  for the Chink riot out in the street.j  That's all right to far as it goes. And1  you told me, Mr. Yazzy, that these'  two. were holding out something the  (To be Continued).'  CENSUS OF DAIRY INDUSTRIES OP  CANADA,  1911.  Ottawa*���������The gensus and Statistics  Bulletin for March, issued today, gives  tiie records of butter, cheese and con-  denaed milk as collected at the census  of last year. There were 3,628 factories in operation in 1910. The quantity  of butter made in the year was 59,-  875,097 pounds, having a value of .$15,-  682,564. This is 23,818,358 pounds  more than in 1900, and the value is  more by $8,441,592. The quantity of  cheese in 231,012,798 pounds, which is  more than at the previous census by  10,179,529: pounds,, but the value ia  less by $600,778. The total value of  butter,, cheese and condensed milk in  1910 was $39,143,089, and in 1900 It was  $29,731,922, being an increase of $9, ���������  411,167 in ten years.   ^  Taking butter alone the value of the  factory product was; $7,240,972: in 1900  and $15,682,564 in 1910,. and the value  of chese alone was-$21,890,432 in 1900  and $21^20,65* in 1910. Tbe# average  prlc������������ot taetotr butter was 20-cents  per pound and of cheese 10 cents per  pound, whilst in 1910 the average price  of butter .was 26.2 cents per pound and  of cheese only 9 cents per pound..  A comparison of the quantities and  values of the production of butter and  cheese is given In the following tables  by provinces for the census years 1901  and 1911 CM the preceding years, respectively.  AHCH1BALBBI.UB,  Commercial St.  Complete Change of Pro]  gramme Three Times per wkj  Theatre Fire-proof throughout  Pictures the Best Obtaiuabfc  The Star Blacl  smith Shop  Allitt i McCready  Westminster Rd. and  Commercial St.  Horse-Shoeing* and  Wagon Repairing.  Try Our Lundi R<  HOME COOKING  [ce Cream, Tobacco and Cigar  f raS���������r'S The^neaiul������itl\  Car Termuius Victoria Roac  Our    Motto   " Cleaultaess.H  PHONE: Fairmont 1595  Wli.   RflTHIE  Cor. Victoria and \VestminBter Roads  GENERAL PLUdBER  Jobbing Promptly Attended  Estimates Furnished Free.  Distance no object  Cedar Cottage P.O., Soolfr Vancoaver.B.C]  **************************  cBRIDE & CO.  Cor. Alain Str. and 16th Ave.  PHOiNE: Fairmont 899  BRANCH. ST9SE s ��������� Ccrner HDes-ud Fraser Avenues  Phone : Fairmont 11157 L  *,,%4& '.r������^***#*-I***0#*<I>- V******   **a*4>4>4i*+4t*****************  PHONES:  Office Seymour S64  Res. Seymour 2I79L  Office: 108*109 Dadson Block  25 Hastings street. East  A. M. BEATTIE  Auctioneer,   Appraiser and Notary Public for British Columbia  ' General Real Estate, Mining Broker, Financial Agent  the present moment no sound could  be beard except the heavy breathing  'of the prisoners.  A half-muffled, half-sputtering nolra  ���������reached Brockett's ears, and even tn  * tbe darkness of his own trouble be  (felt almost Inclined to laughter as he  :reallzed that Solano was trying desperately to talk against painful handicaps. Brockett strained bis ears, and  .managed to catch the Cuban's accents  i as Solano tried bravely to express bis  opinions.  "We are���������pair of blamed fools���������  utchook, achoo!" came through the  '��������� bagging.  "Worse than that. Boneheads for  "fair," Brockett responded.  "Bag-heads  you  mean���������atchak,  at-  ;choo!." gurgled Solano.'   "Easy marks.  Softer than pillows."  "Up against it���������katchl, katchoo���������"  sneezed Brockett, a tiny cloud of dust  getting in his nostrils. "Don't you  |hear feet?- Our friends���������coming back."  : The trample of several pairs of feet,  'in fact, became distinct, and rough  i hands raised the prisoners. They felt  ; themselves trundled across the floor  jand then felt the ropes around their  ���������legs relaxing. Someone pushed them  [down into chairs, and someone lifted  ���������the bags from their faces. The boys  ��������� blinked in the flaring light of kerosene  ���������.lamps, and then stared around their  prison.  They were seated beside a rough  kitchen table, on the other side of  ���������v'hich Mr. Yazimoto, with an almost  b'enovelent smile, was fingering a few  'envelopes and bits of paper. At Mr.  jYazirnoto's right sat a broad-shoul-  idered young man, with a swarthy face  ^and a mass of curly black hair. To  (the left of the Japanese was a similar  young man, equally swarthy, also  ; adorned with a mass of curly black  hair, but somewhat more slender and  j graceful in his supple figure. Another  youth, of, unmistakably Jewish origin,  'was looking after two lamps which  '.had been placed upon shelves at the  sides of the room.   Both of the men  broad-shouldered young man turned  toward blm for a moment. Mr. Kelly  fldshed bis white teeth in a mocking  reply.  "Kelly Is a nice name, pal," said he.  "My original name was way too long,  and It tickled my teetb to say lt."  "But," resumed Mr. Yazimoto, "I  need tbe key to those dispatches, ah,  ten times more than I require tbe dispatches themselves. Here, too, are a  few little things���������what you would call  odds and ends���������that I get from esteemed friend In Washington. With  the cipher key. these all of much Importance. Without, what value on this  earthly? None, unpleaslngly, none.  Mr. Brockett, therefore, will give to  me the full key of the cipher, and,  that we may be sure Mr. Brockett  keeps honorable faithfulness, we will  trar??r\'e *>.rse V.t'le scrr"? of paper,  :ar.cl V.ie dis;.atcU.3s thai,-^ir. liioclcbtt  carries." *  "You won't get anything fro:- me.  you yellow sneakthief," sr ��������� ;:ed  Brockett, setting his jaws r _n'y.  Mr. Yazimoto smiled, waving his siim  brown hand in a deprecating -way.  "Mr. Brockett negatives too c"rscli-  tiouslys If Mr. Brockett will f:vn; Mr.  Yazimoto in this little instar <c .Mr.  Broclr'-^t "*! ^"vp *?c di"*^"hei back,  and f,j v.\,v.. ^:3 i ij-icn. Norie shall  ever   rl)t^.;-   -"���������'���������ir--:st:6n.     3i.i.-"^VGr.  IfYouAreSicH::  CALL ON ''  I mmm% % til  (Doctor of Chiropractic)  250 22nd Avenue East  Chiropractic   succeeds   where (  medicine fails.  Hours 1:30 to S Consultation free  o*-*ncB hours:  9^ to 12 ltol  Saturday eveniagJ  7 to 9 or by appointment  **aa>aataaaBat-ata-a������*aaatBa-BM>aaBB-af-aBSj  Iff Bonk if  Q!t������W* MINI  y . Corner  Sejr-aoaflHi  t ."rH***** -. *****f*, ���������:��������� ****|  a.W.QRIMmeTTl  Optometrist and  ,.   Eve Sight Specialist  Consultation Free.  :i  **************************  Phone: Fairmont 777  A. McINNES  GROCERIES, FRUITS, VEQETABLES  The Store  that  Sei ves You  Best  Cor.   15th  and Westminster  Road  S. FAWOR  dMt COTTACe Ncit ta tac Ttteatre  Every description of Second-  Hand Furniture Bought or Sold.  Highest Prices Given, Lowest  Prices Charged.  Mr. L.:<---kf if. null have ?"!.".0-0, now.  in the ;���������"---��������������� of Mr. Y:.--'_c'.u. See,  Mr. Brcc.;ett? I cr-xiC out the actual;  and iioiicraLue money."  . "Nothing doing," negatived Brock-,  ett.   "You can't buy me."  "If Mr. Brockett declines of uhwar-:  rantable obstinacy," Mr. Yazimotoi  went on, "gentle compulsion must be!  applied to Mr. Brockett. I should regret of exceedingness that such com-;  pulsion should be utilized, but, with  the assistance of honorable Mr, Kelly,  It must be transacted."  Honorable Mr. Kelly flashed his.  rwhlte teeth again,. and_thent tapping.  ^  For CONFIDENTIAL INVE5  TIUATtONS you want a man of  intexrity. experience and ability.  That man is Johnnton: secrecy  auaranleud. Vide press The  Secret Service Bureau.  319 vendor  Great West Cartage Co.  B. F. Andrews  Limited  H. W. Ellis  H. H. Williams  A. E. Tennant  Express, Truck and Dray  Furniture and Piano movers  Freight Bills Revised  Loss and Damage Claims Handled  Customs Brokers  Forwarding and  Distributing Agents  Phone: Seymour 7474  103 Loo Blk., Cr. Hastings & Abbott St  Vancouver. B.C.  Cedar Collage Fuel Supply  Terras Cask  for CoolaiuJ Wood  Phone fairmont 404  Order office 3418 Commercial Street  Cedar Cottajre, adjoining car terminus  DR. R. INGRAM  Physician   and   Surgeon  Office and Residence:  SUITE A. WALDEN BUTLD'G  25th Ave. and Main St.  Victoria Road  Meat Market  5543 Victoria Road  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 w ork guaranteed  English Work a specialty  3545 Commercial Street  Cedar Cottage *> ;  "r- .."*"/.  .'>  r"^'  THE WESTERN CALL.  '*������������*  he Butcher  From McKay  has removed to  toy������. Oak Market  loyal Oak Rd.,near Westminster Rd.*  Good Fresh Meats of  all kinds.  Orders called for and  delivered promptly.  -fir  Phone:  Collingwood 29  J.W. Amos, Prop.  HE McRAt  >ook Store}  F. H, HULBKRT, Prop.  McKay A?e. near Carllne  Carries a full line ������f  ���������Books,   Stationery,   School ;  Supplies, Magazines, Papers,  Periodicals, etc.  Cigars, Tobacco, Cigarettes ,  etc.  Buy your Magazine1 here  CITY PRICES  SHAWaDX.  (Doctor of Chiropractic)  25022nd Ave. E.  Close to Main Street  Ow*ick Hours : l:30Ito 6.  i l*te*-v������t������ Tr������*������Wes and Chronic Dial-fen sjsecial attention. Epilepsy,  Vitus Dao������e, Sciatica/Headaches,  female Troubles, etc.  LOW  ���������*���������>  Good |6iin, and 4 tft* Dry Fir  in stock now.  iPrompt delivery.  A. E. TATW  Residence: finiith Avenue  C"������*dbralPark, B.C.  Palmer t %mlm\n  WWers aiWl  Contactors  Jobbing Work -in all, its branches  Estimates furnished free  Residence:  West Burnaby Cafe  If you want to buy,  sell or trade real estate see US.  SEE THESE  2 npomed house, lot  cleared and fenced;$100  cash, balance $15 per  month.  Cleared lots 33x132,  20-foot lane, 2 minutes  from car. Price $650  each. $75 cash, balance $15 a month.  6-room modern house  on easy terms.  Western Investment Ce.  Real Estate and  Iksuranct*  Phone: Collingwood 35  Collingwood east, U. C  PHONE: CoUlofwood 9L  Box 336 MckaY P. O.  KEEFER SUPPLY STORE  (Robert J. Burgess ,Mgr )  Groceries*) Provisions, flour,  Teed,  Crockery,   Glass  Fruit and Green  Vegetables :  5*^' Disconnt for' Cash.  "Terms:   Strictly 80 daya nett  Cor.Mckay & Westminster Rds.  We dewver Stumping Powder  Tuesday* and Fridays only.  If yon are uol*- satisfied, with your  present Grocer call or phone ns and we  will send our mau to call -on yon at  once. We are proud of ear store and  would like to have yon see it. Our men  are the best that money can bay and  we j-uarautee. to satisfy our oustoiuevs  both in soliciting orders aud: in oar  delivery..  Your orders called for ami  promptly delivered  ���������Bofli  Ju Ssuth  All close to Bank, Post Office  School and Churches  Large lots thoroughly cleared $50 cash,  $10 per month  ;4 and 5 room cottages fully  modern from $200 cash with the  balance on easy monthly payments.  -V'  Fire Insurance  Conveyancing  Dominion Express orders sold.  TMs the cheapest and best way  to remit money. '  Phone; CoMinflwood 24  P. O. Box 25, Collingwood Past  RERI.-5TATC  lioahs, Insurance, etc., Notaries Public  Joyce Street, Com-inqwood Bast  Collingwood, Aug. 2.���������The total expenditure of the municipality on roads.  b:dewalks and waterworks ,up to Juno  30 is set forth in a statement submitted to the council at the private meet*  Ing held -last weeK. The counclHiad  $973.0100 to spend  The statement made up by Mr. A.  Springford, the 'Clerk, shows that  Councillor Robinson spent in roads ln  Ward I, $96,885.47. In addition to this  tb*re is $16.806.8.1 overexpended under  Bylaw Number 6 during 1911, which  the councillor must make up for this  year. In sidewalk extension in Ward  I during, the first six months of the  year, $4,798.55 was spent.  In Ward II Councillor Elliott spent  f 39.6S5.46 out of'the Roads Bylaw No.  6, and ?33;032.32 out of Bylaw Number  7,'maKing $72.71878 altogether, added  to Which there is $24,594.71 over-expended last year. Four thousand and  nine.ty-.four dollars was spent In sidewalks m the Cedar ..Cottage Ward.  m Ward HI expenditures on Bylaws  Six and Seven totalled $76,171.59, added ito which there is $10,759.19 "���������over*  ���������������'*������������ *���������"*���������'* ������ *'* Mtlltlllllll' *"*  PoYowlfaow  We handle a Full Mae of  VcffttiMe* which are always  Fresh.  Butter, fully guaranteed to suit  the most particular, 8 lbs.. .$1.00  , Eg? p, the same aa you buy from  your neighbors, 8 doz. for. .$1,00  Raspberries at the lowest market price each day.  Since we have a cold storage  plant of the very best, we can  alwayB guarantee a full line of  the best meats.  durnaby Meat  MarKet  McKay    ���������   .   RC.  fiwne Collingwood 69 '  Phone:  Collingwood 13  Box 22  Collingwood  WM. H* KENT  & SON  Real  Estate   Agents  JOYCC NW K.O3U-WV00* UST  We have several good trays  in Barnaby  Collingwood East  Nice 4 room house, on a 45-foot  lot, all modern, on Joyce street;  $3800; $300 cash, balance arrange.  5 rooms, all modern, good basement, open fireplace, $3150; $500  cash, balance arrange.  4 rooms, near proposed car line,  furnace, electric light, plumbing,  etc. 18150; cash $25 per month inclusive.  it h it 111 nimin mi 11 t-M if i hi in 1 HnmmiMiH  I Collingwood, Central Park \  m<mjA Vwi<n<ii<u  f- E. 1������tel.l. Representative  Advertising copy and News Items should be jsent in to above, address  by Tuesday evening of every week.  ������������*M  Ratepayers' Assn.  Holds Meeting  Collingwood, Aug. 2.���������The Ward  One Ratepayers' Association expressed  appreciation of Reeve Keer's work in  the ward by resolution at its meeting  in Carlton Hall this evening. When  the minuses of a mass meeting which  some time ago asked Councillor'Robinson to resign, had been read, it was  remarked that the councillor they had  elected had absolutely ignored their  request iriatie in writing and by deputation. He had promised to give an  answer, but none had been forthcoming. Wben the order of new business  was reached, a motion waa introduced  instructing the secretary to forward a  letter to the council expressing the appreciation of the association of the  services of the Reeve and Councillor  Thomas during the time the ward waB  without representation. Councillor  Spencer Robinson objected to the motion on the grounds that he could not  see what the Reeve had done for hia  part of the municipality at ail. It was  pointed out tbat he had received every  delegation with the utmost courtesy  and'had dealt with the matter brought  T. H. McCort  Central Park Opposite Agricultural Hall  Hardware, Paints, Oils, Builders' Supplies  Stoves, Ranges and Kitchenware  Special prices on Ranges.   Call in fincf see  them.  * * * * t������������*������������������^���������^���������������*c������ 1 ��������� 1 ��������� i-*w*>^.^^H������-*)-������-*>^^r<.**-������-t.<-*������<^ * . * * ���������������<-���������������<-������-���������������������������������  tl'    rfr.  *'    '      *    ->t  -   -���������>,,    f-A  "���������j     St'1  *.* y%\  ���������, 1 y-i  Summer Time-Just a Word With You  This is the best time to re-paint your house or buildings,  fences, etc. We carry a full stock of Paints, Oils, Varnishes  Painter's Supplies, etc., and the prices ARE RIGHT.  The Royal Hardware Co.  Cor.McKiy and Westminster Rd. Order* Solicited and Delivered  1 Phone Collingwood 73  lllllllll'llllil  III n'llHK I ���������������������������������*������-*������  on sidewalks is':'5.260.34.  Ward W has spent ninety-two dollars out of last year's unexpended appropriations; $29448.4:] from Number  6 Bylaw and $27,625.94 from Number  7, a total ef $56,866.46. Three thousand nine hundred and nine dollars has  been spent in sidewalks. An over-expenditure -of $6,006.67 took place tn the  ward last year.   ?  Councillor Campbell of .Wafd V  spent $l;334.������o, left over from Number  4 Bylaw of laBt year; |354������62.82 from  Bylaw Number 6 and $62,994.15 from  Number 7, a itftal of $118,590.97 ������m  roads altogether, added to whicb la  $10,36ii0 oi*er������qj������ended M .IMi. VHwe  thousand seven hundred and seventy-  one.dollars waB spent on sidewalks ia  the ward.  It appears, then., that counting last  year's over-expenditure, Councillor  Campbell has spent almost $130,000 on  roads during the first half year; Councillor Robinson bis spent"1 $103.00������;  Councillor FHiiott, $97,813; Councillor  Thomas, $86,000, and Councillor Third,  $62,000.  The expenditure on sidewalks during  the year baa been $71,190.  expended last year. The amount spent J forward with   painstaking   considera  tion.   After much debate the motion  was carried.  The association decided to actively  cooperate with the Board of Trade in  securing more adequate police protection. Messrs. Pierce and Bailey were  instructed to represent the organization at to-morrow's meeting of the  police committee with the request that  not only should a mounted constabulary ne established but' that a police  telephone system should be installed  Immediately. A number of the members who had witnessed the escape of  the holctup man who robbed the local j  branch ot tho Northern Crown Bank, j  testified to the need of tbe mounted i  roe������. A combination patrol and a  wagon and,, ambulance will also be  nought   >       p  The association, decided to take active measures in regard to the car fare  on Earl's Road line. The council will  be asked to urge the **ednetion of  fanes on the basis that it is illegal for  the company under' its present franchise, to charge two fares in South  Vancouver.  The lack qf a water supply In the J  Colltngwood district - formed tbe sub- j  ject of some discussion. The council j  will be asked to bring it to the atten-1  tion ef tbe water superintendent that!  the tank on Number One Road has j  been standing empty all summer and  BELL THEATRE  O. W. BURNEY, Maiuffcr  JOYCE  ROAD  EAST COLLINGWOOD  Th 1 ui^viutr pietntes shown at this theatre are of tbe very best obtain*  able, nothing objectionable is allowed by the management.  Amusing  Instructive  Education*!  During the summer months will  only    Children's matinee Saturday.  open ou  Wednesday and Satturdaty  *��������� J*- St  -'' %  y c3a  ���������,, " -3  1       ���������--t-r'j  7 *        ^-  --   Jf *. ������ x I  ' ��������� I.  ^ >   . .a  ���������   f->*  ,   ���������yii  Before lettlna your Paintino and NtcHMngHii see  H. Srigley  for the l������esl ������n������l most irtfcflc worK  n. a  Mncoln Avenue, Wto*ymi*\ 9* 0.  Collingwood. Aug. 3.���������"The well at  Central Park is closed down owing to i  machinery getting out of order; the  well at Victoria road is down about  340 feet; the new well of C.P.R. is not, ,    ,      .,���������     ..������������������,._  In use yet owing to a rush of Hand! ^f8 "f^.'f^Jo pieces. T,he coun-  coming in at bottom of <������s.ng, but we ^ wlH a 6������ be/oW tbayhrfr1ellha8 no;  expect to have this in order in a rew!l*������l a 8,en of water ������ Collingwood  days.   EJverything in general is .airly tm *umnIer-  good, with the exception of the Col  lingwood district, and 'expect to have  The action of some councillors in  exceeding their road expenditures and  this in better shape in a few day*.   I ��������� of others In lending money that should  beg to at>k for a lelepU'-Mie ai CP.Il.  pumping station."  This report of Mr. James Muliett,  tbe water superintendent, -was adopted by the fire, water and light committee in ite entirety this afternoon.  He reported r'.so that 121 new services  had been lnstalld within tho lust two  weeks, making a total number of sov  vices 6,268. The watermains laid since  be spent iu their own wards, was deplored. A- resolution was passed to  the effect tbat Collingwood needed its  entire appropriation for j-oads in its  own district. It was decided to ask  the council for a statement of the as-  sessmeut in each of the wards and the  amount of money spent in each section  up to .late.  The first aud third Friday of every  Buxton, Watson & Co*  timers ant) Contractors  Jjet us give you a figure on your building.   Plans  provided.  Box 9  Central ������>������rH  GRANT PHIPPS  WIRING, HTTINQS, HXTURPS  Estimates on ail classes of electrical work  Joyce Koad  ���������*-������������������������.. * ��������� *-. * *ifc*^* ^iii^ *,*. I, A ill A il. A if,  VVWWV**'**W i*��������� W,������,"r*Fa,VV4,TWtlT*ll  *  EAT  *************\***\***\****l  J0       Jaf       *S0  tho last meeting of    the    committee i month was set as a day of meeting for j  liiings the mileage covered by ihe.piping up to 1������6' ������-4.  the association.   In the absence of the {  president. Mr. C. T. Bailey was elect-!   * I ed to the chair. ;  8ccial Dance in tne New McKay Hall.*   !  On Friday evening last a very biic- ]  cessful  dance  was held  in  the new j        West Burnaby Baseball Team.        '  McKay hall.   About forty couples were ]   j  present and thoroughly enjoyed them- j    The Wast  Burnaby  Bareball  team :  selves under the able management of; journey**! up to Murray vilie at Langley  Mr. R. J. Burgess. i Prairie last  Saturday and  played    a !  These social dances are held every; friendly game of ball with the Murray- i  Friday evening and all who attend! ville nine. The game was the closest!  are assured of a good time. ;that the two teams have engaged in ;  The McKay Book Store is now open j this season, and after playina; nine ;  for business and all those requiring j hard innings the West Burnabys came |  Books. Stationery and Magazines will: out winners by a score of 5-6. |  find that tbe proprietor carries a first- j The Murray ville team will play the j  class stock. He also carries *a stock jWeft Burnaby team en their own i  of Cigars, Tobaccos and Cigarettes., grounds at McKay on Saturday, Aug- j  Call in and look around.' j ust 17th.   The boys extend a conlia! |  T. H. McCort, the hardware mer- j imitation to the residents of the dis-1  chant, has now arranged his stock at j trjct to come aad see the game. ]  his new 'store opposite Central   Park! j  FISH  "The Store of Quality"  1842 Commercial Drive  Phone: Seymour 3653 Walter Richardf, Proprietor  4'^'l^t>'^h*."i'4'^ml^^^'l^'l'Hi>4^*4^a  ���������"���������   ��������� ���������    ���������   ���������*���������   ������������������������������������'���������'���������'��������� *.**������������'+**i  West Burnaby Pharmacy  A first-class DRUG STORE now open for business.  Corner   Sussex   Avenue   and   Westminster  (Opposite West Burnaby School)  Road  Drugs, Stationery, Confections, Cigars  Special care  taken  with Prescriptions. A   visit   will   he   muck  appreciated.  GILBERT J. SPEARS  DRUGGIST  FOREIGN.  I  i  HORSESHOEING  MILLS & HOOKER  Practical Horse Sboers  Aad General Blacksmith  Registered under the Worshipfu  Company of Farriers, London, Erg.  Thorough knowledge of An-  Ah' atomy.   Special attention given  ��������� "-��������� - -_r- ----- _   j ^pected official Britj8n sentimelU sup-! to defective feet.   Repairs of all  Drugs  stationery, etc.��������� This wil be, J    Afflerica.s stand. |kinds promptly and thoroughly  Agricultural Hall. If you require!  hardware of any kind it will pay you i  to see him, and you are sure of cour-i  teous treatment. i  Mr. G. J. Spears, druggist, has open- j  *>d up his new store at the corner of j  Sussex avenue and Westminster Road, j  where  he will carry a  full stock  ofi  The United States Senate passed a  resolution reaffirming in plain language the Monroe Doctrine. It is regarded as a warning to Japan  a great convenience to people living in  the district,  j done.  Give us a trial.  Daughter: "But mother, 1 don't see  how you can give me any advice as to  my married life when you have-only  been married once, and 1 have already been married three times."���������  Flicgecdc Blaetter.  ports America's stand.  The National Progressive Party  opened their national convention in j FOHOE Opposite West^umaby School  Chicago, as announced. At"*. f>. Mr.  Roosevelt is in attendance and will be  nominated for the presidency. Gover-1  nor Johnson, of California, is favored  for vice-president. The platform will  be ultra-radical.  Fixtures, Wiring and all  Electric Repairs  J. TRIPP  ELECTRICIAN  Residence Postoffice  Central Park Colliiigwood East  I  it  Prilltitl<r Terminal City Press, Ltd.  j 1    1 111 1111^    2418 Westamster Rd. PtMtK Fatr-Mrt 1141 jf"/ ~C "IT*-" '���������-���������*"*  s-ss  ia������*.-,������-!*."J"M't*ffi>*'W������.-������ ^*i**9Wrt-������***������*'-  ���������J     .>..)     ..,  .......  v'C;,;,^  THE WESTERN OAIi!;.  r.-kSk!4S^������  Buy your DECORATIONS from us. We hold  flUPOUVfir   tXlllDlllOn ttet^tatirt^af FLAGS and BUNTINQ  \  Finest  Assortment  at   half   usual   prices.  Picnic and Campers Out  Tents,  Hammocks,  Cots, Stools, Chairs  Stoves, Hatchets, etc., etc.  We cater to you also in Groceries and foovisiohs.  We have always the finest and best  at lowest prices. '    5  ��������� a     KjJLA   X     a a  DRUG SECTION  Cut Rates  FRUIT DEPT.  Finest and Best  Phone:  ���������?' THE H0N1Q STORES 2  I473   A    56-58 and 60 HASTINGS STREET EAST  3472  3473  Big insurance men visited Vancouver last week and were amazed at the  pity's growth and wonderful possibilities. Another delegation, from Pennsylvania expressed themselves similarly.   We know we have a fine city.  The Australian Rugby flayers who  are to come (or a match in California,  are expected to play here:  er's  Mil HI I lltlHUMI ! l*t*t������ *!**+ Ill p.*** ***** 11 lilt I |"f"*L  .   . ;-a^a*aaaaBc    - jmm*.   ��������� '        -'-    '    " ��������� '    ~ Z .       .        a ������  Bigg  Watches  Possess every good quality  you desire in  a timepiece.  They Wear flood. Lrook flood.  Makeaood.  Every high grade and reliable make of watches ia rep-  preaented in our stock.  J**wei4^r and Diamond Merchant  I J4a Hastings mm, W. |  ' >������������������������t'*i'l<t't*t'������<������t'������-i*>������'l'>'l"������<������  COMMITTEE APPOINTED.  As authorized by council, Mayor  Findlay has made the appointments of  aldermen who are to act as the programme committee in connection with  the visit here in September of Their  Royal Highnesses the Duke and Duchess of Connaught. The committee is  composed of Aldermen McNeil, Mc-  Spadden, Baxter, Cameron and Kirk*  Patrick.  McPhalen Bros, have been awarded  the contracts for all four of the new  school houses to be'built in South Vancouver.  Mother: "I raelly think you'd be happier if you married a man who has less  money."  Daughter: "Don't worry, mother; he  will have leas in a veryrtort time."���������  Boston Transcript y   '"'\  The Queen Ten Rooms  618 OrtiivlMt 99r���������%> #  Luncheon and AtterloOii  Tens a Specinlty  In Western  The First Way is buying Rea] Estate ana)  selling at a Profit  "���������;,.  The Second Way is Selling Heal Estate,  working as an agent.  An Entirely New-  Plan  Has just been adopted by this Company. It is just a  little different from the others. You have always  thought you would like to sell Real Estate. You CAN  s$U it under our new plan. Call at the office any time,  10 to 11 a.m. (or if you prefer) 7 to 9 p. m. and talk it  over with our sales manager.   Previous experience is  not necessary.  Tofield Townsite Company  Prom $10,000,000 to $12,000,000 are  said to be involved in the. privy council's decision in the Anderson case In  South Vancouver. Five hundred land  holders are affected, and the Municipalities of South Vancouver, North  Vancouver. West Vancouver and Point  Grey may become involved. It is certainly a matter of grave moment and  somebody must meet the issue.  Col. Sam Hughes announces that  the government intends to build an  armory on Deadman's Island.  July broke all records in Vancouver,  for aggregate of building construction  projected. The same Indications of  prosperity were manifest In increased  clearings, and customs, revenue was  $300,000 better than1 one year ago.  47 Hastings Street W.  Vancouver, B.C.  **** 1  M'l I 1   I'M'^  A very sad accident occurred last  Friday, when little 10-year-old Hattie  .Work was killed in the elevator at  Central Mission. She was on her  way to a roof garden party and in  her Joy tried to look up when her  head was caught between the elevator  and celling. The mother left below In  the building collapsed at the news.  All sympathize.  The government has opened a land  office In Vancouver. As this is the  most important land center ln the  Province of British Columbia the action is most appropriate. Hereafter  all information regarding crown lands  will be available. This will be headquarters, instead of Victoria. It will  mean much to Vancouver from a variety of standpoints.  The creation of twelve miles of  dock frontage oft th^ Spanish Bank,  and the tip of Point Grey connected  wltb the Granville street mudflats In  False Creek by a railway line running  through the Kitsilano bill in a tun*  ne), is a scheme which has been laid  before the City Council for consideration by the Vancouver Terminals  Company. The city is understood to  have different plans. The problem  centering around False Creek grows  apace.- :":"y' '��������� y''..-'"^-  Mr. Charles W. Band, Interested in  the Maple Leaf Milling Co., which has  establishments in various large Canadian centers,, after a tour of inspection  in the West, has decided upon Vancouver as the ideal place to locate a large  milling plant.  South Vancouver is now the third  largest community in British Columbia. The Anderson case will doubtless  hasten either annexation or incorporation. This case continues to arouse  those affected to earnest consideration. ;'    '  Haney Factory Sites have- waterfrontage and  trackage, are only twenty-six miles from Vancouver  and on theunaia line of the ���������. P. R. Port Haney  already boasts of a sawmill and brick yard,, so that  in moving your factory to Haney you are not  pioneering. Lots vary in size from one to five  acres with from one hundred to two hundred feet ot  Waterfrontage.   Prices from $25 per foot  3436 Sophia street, 6 rooms,, modem.    $������L5fr J  per month. /,  935 17th Avenue east, 6 rooms.   $25 per month.  19th and Ontario, 8 rooms, new and modem. ;;  $40permonth.  2420 Victoria street,. 11 rooms, newly decorated. |  $45 per month.  14th Avenue near Ontario street,. 8 rooms.   $35 i I  permonth.  Corner 7th and Main, $ rooms.    Rent $40 per ;;  month.  John street near 18th Avenue, 6 rooms, *ew J:  and modern.   $25 per month.  .   74315th Avenue east, 6 rooms.   $25 per month. ::  Store on Main street near Broadway, fitted up < [  for real estate office.   $80 per month.  ���������* ii  t  : 2343 MAIN STREET  mm* WriwllikW;;  \**,u**)*** ������������a*>������**l !���������<���������!������< * I  QlMM'MM'HttMUH'lHfM' ���������  to the value of approximately $475,*  ooo, "Point Grey Jwt month wnashed  all records for the municipality for  building permits. Tbo next highest  was in June, wben the figures were  $353,946.  The B. C. Electric Railway Company has begun the construction of a  power house on the North Arm of Burrard Inlet. !  The Duchess of Connaught celebrated the 52nd anniversary of her  birth last week. .  Rev. Dr. H. Francis Perry, pastor of  the First Baptist Church, left yesterday for Seattle to attend the International and Interdenominational Convention, which opens in that city on  Thursday.  With a total of eighty-one permits,  NEW FLOORING FOR BRIDGE.  The badly worn fir flooring of the  Main Street bridge is being taken up  and a new hooring jlaid. This new  flooring is expected to give better service than that being removed, which  has only lasted less than two years  now since the new bridge was opened.  For the hew flooring is Australian  ironwood, specially.imported .for that  purpose. This Australian hardwood is  to be given a thorough trial on several [  of the city's bridges where the traffic  is particularly heavy. The same kind  of wood was used in the flooring of the  new C. P. R. piers when they were  built several years ago and they have  given splendid satisfaction and excellent service. Australian hardwood  blocks have also been given a critical  test on that portion of Granville  Street between Cordova and Hastings,  where some of the heaviest traffic of  the city passes, and although they  are .now beginning to show the effect  of nearly eight years' wear, tbey are  still in good condition.  BICYCLZ8  The best moderate priced wheel offered  is the  Rudgo-V/odgo  ENGLISH MADE by the Rudge-Whit-  worth factory, and with their reputation  behind it. Never fails to give satisfaction.  TISOALLS LIMITED  (Successors to Chas. fS. Tisdall) 919-990 Hm*tl*9* 9U, \*teat  ^nyjots  around  W A WT P n*aa*^*r's **n<* boy8' men and women������ *������ ���������e*rn ���������tenography  VTi**.ll 1 CIS     at Boyd's  Shorthand Institute,  7W Dumnnuir St.  Only 6 to 8 weeks to become c<empetent.    Individual instruction.    Many  calls for stenographers daily,   < oinplete course $43.00:  Boyd's Shorthand Institute D������^.ir  WANTED  Cougers or Mountain Lions, Bear  Cubs or any Wild Animals.  Address J, T. BACKMAN  General Delivery Vancouver, B. C.  "the most prosperous suburb  of Vancouver"  are no longer  For Sale.   Act  now while there  are yet good  homesitesat  good prices.  That $100 won't  be much good  in six months,  it will now   #  secure a  splendid lot  consult  Bailey, Telford  & Co., Ltd.  NOTARIES PUBLIC  317 Pender St. W.  PHONE:   Seymour 5294  Collingwood Branch  Joyce Rd.   Phone: Collingwood 5


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