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 '���������ryy::  *.    ��������� ������������������  T-::  m  --J  1 '���������-���������������' \  VFCTORIA.  .Lj������������a"Te -^sembly  .Combined with  KV.\  Published in the Interests of Van^Otiver Md Utte WesfaM People  **----M������fi  W-;  Volume iv  VANCOUVER, BB1TI8H COUWBIA, AUGUST 2,  ������������i  s*t-a**>-ssli  <'t������l 1 *'* **4r****M**A****4*4&44r**WrH*  SWINE.  As a compliment to the dairy industry, the raising of swine proves very  profitable and they may be kept in  nearly every district of the Province.  At the same time the supply 1b not  nearly equal to'the demand. With  our comparatively mild winters, where  there is very little snowfall and  where abundance ot green food may  be produced, hogs may be raised*  cheaply.  In many parts of the Province clover  and alfalfa do very well, and In the  Fraser Valley, along the Lower Main-,',  land���������the chief centre of the dairy Industry���������hogs are being kept in great  numbers. The chief breeds are York*'  shire, Tamworth and Berkshire. f with  crosses of YorkBhire-Berkshire and  Tarn worth-Berkshire. There is strong  sentiment in favor of the bacon type  of hog, yet it is not advisable to breed  the-extreme'bacon type as produced in  Ontario for the British market. It is  doubtful if British Columbia will ever -  export pork, consequently there will  be more profit in. producing a thicker  bacon hog than in breeding of those  to produce the Wiltshire side.  Prices for live hogs averaged from 8 cents to 10  cents in 1911.   B.C. Government Bulletin Mo. 10.  W^ W*+1'itl'H' li 1 11 lit 1 *"H 1 ' 11 Hi  MllllHatHHtliOIMMMI-*-*  ���������.<;-���������������������������;:���������   LIVESTOCK.  A new am In atricultural  ment in our Proviaca to   '_'!.  and condltlona partalalai to tlM M*|  jitock lndtutrV are i**-*ldljr  ; An increased Interact U bats������ ctfajjatt*  ������������������" sil nn'iiTsjVf tiniiil In Innlr i^f*^,'*frt'V  tlculsily Is :"1b&toyJai~-iiaW ....  breeding of our baavj ���������: **a9yxfj^y-m  horses, dalr/ ejkltfsi aad .Jtooit^yy.y.x^  BriOsaCol-iittoktoly  With the ���������normouj liicraaaa I* tha .  ^  :-. population |iE ^iai^^������i^^l^l^^  ������������������' development of the lu-iiliirij^  ';���������' Ing' and fishing Industries, tlsira^P^  ' been a constant and WCT������as***"*v^i:;  mand for- aijj.;jo^iiir**^  .   The- increased demand ^or'^-jpil^^  and pprk hat not been met wltJiV OOP-  " rjtammoi^  .'6f'sn<������^an4;^ M,  ��������� l>oth showing a leiwmed p**M ^  during tM:yw*y:Myyy^xy :^,:-~>Mr^  ".     .-:::'.   '".-,>.<yyy> ������������������!!������������������**-<-h .. ,.,,.^.>t^M>^  '���������-..As In^^^Wpif^'tlia  - r*)rtaUoM in Uw atoek have to  :. horses/ beef cattle and sheep; tiia   ���������' United Sta^.Jtoijpirts^  y ing the lar^e tocroaM of >e0 fo;pW%0':  -Z-ByCi 0^er^t1nt;BiittBtl������  . .;!/_*Jifr **3  jmrn fe&p  The Raising of Swine a very Profitable Adjunct to  *<*���������  ing  MONDAY.���������Japan's Emperor died early this  .morning.���������English privy council upholds decision  i of Supreme Court of Canada in Ne Tomer? case  recognizing right ol Provincial regulation of mar-  riages.-^-Crown Prince Yaahihito assumes authority in Japan.���������Scores of lives lost at German  bathing resort when stage falls.���������London dock  workers refuse to' end strike.���������Darrow trial resumes today .���������Strike ties up Grand Trunk fast of  Prince Bupert.-���������Chme8e president decideito take  a band in famine relief.���������-New wireless system now  connects Honolulu with Pacific Coast*���������Many women and even high school girls reported to be  ���������������  **  RfliiPn nnuiN fad rikv pfapif s+**>*M<'>'|||,'|i'|m|t|11 Mii^ii������*oiMM������iiiMiiiiiMiiit*������MiiHini*ii������>i������<'iiis>v,:  Our Premier's Triumphal Tour���������Bepi-*e||p  At last we are enabled to secure a true  ; medium of the reception he has received in  ; sion be bas made on tne public and tbe press.'  Mr. Borden was not Known (except to nil m  :. statesman, until tbis opportunity was given b% A  ; premier of Canada, and be bas more tban ���������^:  nile^oflwl  by Canadian naval"program.���������Premier Borden*  now in France,, will be received by President FaV  lieres:���������-Empress of Britain runs down collier in  fog and sinks her. Returns to Quebec damaged.  ���������Winston Churchill may visit Canada.���������-Peru to  discipline rubber fiends.  TUESPAY.---A11 Japan in mourning for Emperor.   Had reigned 44 years^���������Bight ef Britain  m nations as  e^has conducted him'  is equal in ability, persouality and address to tbe Umpire's greatest statesmen. Tbe  : T-ondon Times said of bim: **Ue is tbe Artbur 3alfbur of Canada*" a compliment  : wbicb it would be dinlcult to excel.  >^&%^rw S^������ -SftM -*yi^tmmSi^^j*7*SSii^  ;. mons  ! I was only done by bis political enemies and by tbose who did not know tbe man. To ; I  ' '   ntiAb  nnollir 1*n/vnr T)Akn*rl- T.    Ti^A^   le 4-* U���������~~,~~     fi^^*.U...H-Y.     \.i���������   4!l-~~   *������:������-, J XX^   *���������    <>  rig.tX-Saat*W0sS^rSVS  i i * ���������*������ ^ ��������� J?** pemnality a profoWd knowledge of national and imperial :;  *3i*SSB,W-*bi .piri^p-md. if y������-  tenant Becker arrested in Jtosenthal case charged   I' JP-Ppbleras, a mind capable of dealing with any question on its merits; a heart kind J.   atmosphere.   The stranger at once senses it   W  last year was 46,500.���������Swiss consulate to be estab-   ir^^w^, ^,f' H������?"m������ ��������� *^W.r\. ^^.^,.7 T   II .  lished  in \ Yancouver.���������Strikers at Port Arthur  ;; waply depends on his parliamentary skill to carry him through bis difficulties. You ..   gress air about him.  Before him are stretching  clash with police.   Six injured.   Chief of Police   ;; can never "pin him down" to any point.    Mr. Borden, on the   other  hand,   takes 11    afar the foundations of a great metropolis.   New  may die.���������Evangelical society seeks amendment to <��������� every problem serioui  the B. N. A. Act relating to marriage, following .J \ ft, its solution.    He S^     ���������_���������_ ������������������������^    w    _,��������� w _^ ������������������      ���������   E ^f-S't^Et'a-S^^ ���������������***��������������� ������***������*������ r- "p sreat i!  scale of wages paid in down town stores blamed !; success during his first'session drew forth the first signs of general public appro- ;;  " ;; bation, which gradually crystallized into contented confidence in THE MAN.  once really know Jlobert Ju. Borden is to become, forthwith, his firm friend.   He is  ;;   sense a remarkable city. Energy, resourcefulness.  usly and applies all the energy of his skilled and trained mind : I   ������tre.et8 '������������ edifices are daily occurrences  seldom -strikes an attitude^orrplays to the gallery." Seem- ::   Sn^^^St'S^ "  He went to England clothed in the dignity of his office, but with no spectacular ������j  announcement.   There was no romantic cry about race, creed or birth.   Simply the ���������������  fact that ���������'Borden" was coming.   He needed no handle to his name to create an  impression, nor did he seek to ���������'create" impressions, but went about his business, jj  ^ stated facts, and has been rewarded with such a spontaneous outburst of applause ; j  ;; and approval from the British public and press as has never been accorded to any ;;  I; over-seas statesman before.  The members of the present Government have only been* in office about ten  ;; months, yet their political opponents criticize them for not having produced a full- ;;  ;; fledged naval policy, and some supporters, who should know better, have been need- ;;  ;; lessly embarrassing the Government with statements of what should be done. It :;  ;; is easy for those who are not responsible for its execution to suggest a policy, but it ;;  ;; can scarcely be classed as wise. Through it all (the criticisms of opponents and |  ;; careless statements of supporters), Mr. Borden has maintained a discreet silence. He  ;; has not, however, been idle, nor did he go to London unprepared. This is demon-  ;: strated by the statements of Winston Churchill and Mr. Asquith, who have been  profoundly impressed/with Mr. Borden's proposals.   Indeed, Canada, as a result  for immorality of young women in Vancouver.  City Council takes up question and refers it to the  Trades and Labor Council for investigation.  WEDNESDAY, July 24.���������Japan's Emperor  improved, may recover.���������Mexican rebels in Madera, Chihuahua state, looting American houses  and massacre feared.���������Influential people of Britain plan to petition their government to ignore  the United States and put an end to the rubber  atrocities in Peru.���������Five men wanted in New  York for Rosenthal murder stil at large.���������Forty  miners caught by flood in Superba mines, near  Uniontown, Pa., and doubtless perished.���������The Canadian Olympic teamed sailed from Bristol today  on the Royal Edward.���������Volcanic ashes are still in  1 the air from the recent Alaskan eruption.���������Ecuador felt the heaviest earthquake shock in years.  THURSDAY.���������Over sixty now reported to  have been drowned in Pennsylvania flood.���������English dock workers pray God to strike Lord Davenport dead; his assassination feared and home  closely guarded.���������Facts difficult to get in Rosenthal murder case, as witnesses fear death.���������-War i of the imperialistic statements of Mr. Borden, has suddenlv assumed a position of  scare in Londan acute.   Pear clash with Germany * "  curtailed. English confident of whipping Germany in event of Avar.���������Word from Peru says  yesterday's earthquake destroyed Plura, a town  of 12,000 inhabitants. Many believed to have perished.���������Two thousand I. W. W. men attempt to  tie up construction work on the Grand Trunk  Pacific���������England has arranged with Marconi for  wireless stations around the world. Shortage in  binder twine denied.���������Public Service Commission  may be dissolved is word from Ottawa.���������English  doctor adds seven inches to youth's stature with  thyroid extract.���������English navy short 20,000 men.  ���������Emperor Japan has serious relapse. Not expected to live.  FRIDAY.���������Mikado's condition is still grave.���������  Profit-sharing declared by leading Englishmen as  only remedy for labor ferment.���������Hon. J. D. Hazen,  speaking at dinner in London, declares that Canada wants a voice and representation in imperial  affairs as well as to co-operate in the general de-  feiise,T--:Times proposes a.visit by Premier Asquith  cof^discj^^ _  '' No pi!������fe now betoro the i*esid������i.ts of our   :  *<*"'/1 WWW "*W|������^Wfl������"tf"F *f**WW*' , W.*^WU*E*^WBaU3*BBf^^g*W***^*BB"ff������.7.  side of the district in qpai^^ ebjritd^  with interest.   Its present state can not nwwh  It is a hindrance, an eye-  longer be tolerated.   For many years Mr. Borden led the opposition in tbe Pominion House of Com- $   ������������re ������n *he developi������e������t of ow beautiful c������ty. Jtt  s and the poor success of his party was often laid at his door.   This, however, f  ^S^uSn^SSL^ W*W9***a>  Vancouver, considering its youth, is in every  is dazed and fascinated by the strides of pro-  importance among the world's nations, such as she would never have secured in a  hundred years by the destructive policy of Sir Wilfred, and this is accomplished  without relinquishing, in the slightest degree, her autonomy.  The Liberal policy of Sir Wilfred has been to build Canada up by gradually  ! severing the ties which bind us to the Empire. Mr. Borden aad his party, ou the  1! contrary, seek.to strengthen the imperial union by securing for Canada a position  '. I of greater influence in the world's affairs, and not in any sense reducing her own  '.' powers.' How much broader and grander is the latter course and how much  ; | greater the statesman must be to conceive and execute such a policy.  * ������"������'������I 1 * I *'������������������'������������������'������������������'���������*���������������������������������������������* 1 ���������!.���������:.H-i������-l"l"l"l"I">������'l"I"I"H"i"l"l"I"*'H'I"| H I H ���������������������������������������������iH *>������i..i..i..n,.t-������������>l"l"l"l"l"l"l"!"������������>  %  and Mr. Churchill, first lord of admiralty, to Canada, and declares that such an event would mark  a new date in the annals of the eimpire.���������Forest  fires are still raging in Alaska with great loss to  wood and timber.���������Roosevelt attacks the Democratic majority in Congress for voting down the  two battleship program.���������Harry K. Thaw is adjudged still insane:���������C. F. R. orders two thousand  new cars.���������Germany is not excited over Avar rumors.���������Ex-President Diaz is reported very ill.���������  The National Progressive convention will open in  Chicago, August 5. Roosevelt will be in attendance and speak. Population of England and  Wales. 30,000,000.���������Japanese are accused of torturing Korean Christians.  SATURDAY.���������Artificial means being resorted  Great  . . mansions  tasty homes abound on evey  ���������But here lies the blemish on the fair face of  Vancouver. False Creek, with its uncouth, its  dirty, its undeveloped appearance and condition,  calls loudly for attention. Shall its case be attended to? That is the question hundreds are  asking.  A by-law- passed by the city council, is soon to  be submitted to the voting citizens of Vancouver  asking tbat the city be authorized to borrow the  sum of six hundred thousand dollars with which  to extinguish the claims of property holders along  the shore of False Creek. The borrowing and  expenditure of such a sum of money is regarded  by many of uor citizens as a momentous matter,  and light is desired upon the questions at issue.  We are happy to announce that the first article  upon this important subject will be from the pen  of Alderman T. S. Baxter, who has consented to  give the voting public through the columns of this  paper 8 clear and succinct statement of what is  involved in the adoption or rejection of the bylaw in question. We shall await his deliverance  with keen anticipation. Still further phases of^  the subject will be discussed in succeeding issues  of the Western Call.   Watch for the paper.  to in effort to sustain Mikado's life.���������Prayer for  death of Lord Devonport keenly criticized.���������Vancouver cadet corps visits "Fiji" Island.���������Australia fears efforts to attract immigration to Canada will injure her kindred interests.���������Premier  Borden highly praises Canada's popular Governor-  General, the Duke of Connaught.���������Drunkenness  and immorality charged against United. States  soldiers during recent maneuvers.���������Immigrant  class to Canada regarded superior to former  ypars.���������G. T. R. officials not alarmed at rumors  of stiik**.���������Dominion Government will propose the  (���������(instruction of three dreadnaughts.���������UV S. Sen-  ale repeals Canadian reciprocity law, and fixes  *2.0 Oper ton duty on print, paper.  ���������Turkey has decided to treat for peace.���������The  English board has decided that the Titanic disaster vas caused by excessive speed.   Ismay escapes  ?nsure.���������The United States calls a halt to rebel  n1  outrages in Mexico,  ������������������-���������������*��������� -n r.-r i 2  THE WESTERN CALL.  Closing Out Sale of  GROCERIES  All goods to be sold at wholesale prices.    Buy  early and get the best goods.  Red Cross Grocery  2239 Commercial Drive  ************************** ***********************t*  ! EAT MORE FISH \  ; and live better.   A good variety always to be had ;  ; at the    \ ;  "The Store of Quality"   j  1842 Commercial Drive !  !  Phone: Seymour 8653 Walter Richards, Proprietor !  ************* ************  +*.*****a4*a***********+****  The Model Grocery and Confectionery  \.  Moved from 1904 Commercial Drive to 1900  . Cor. Commercial Drive snd 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. QILL, Proprietor  iMiinmt>ti������iiM'������i������������������t *****************iMei**9*  :   PHONE: Seymour 3441R  fcAUNP&Y  Steam Cleaning ;;,: Pry Cleaning  C*mmt*tot ItatHa** your C^Him ia ar9*r *}9,*o inr mam*   y  )*)*}**)*)*)***)**)**)**)*>*)*******>* *************************  ladies'Suits made to order from  $25 to *35  Gents'Suits from  $20 to m  Fit and workmanship guaranteed  I    CAM H Ct\    I0|e Commerciol prive  f������t artll i% VU������i phone Seymour 4022 r  FOR SALE QUICK  (privately)  6-room modern house on Fifth avenue, y% block  from Commercial.  $500 Cash, Balance to Suit  Apply 2235 Commercial Drive  THE 999c STORES  1150 Commercial Drive  Fruit Stew Kettles and Strainers  AU Sizes and Prices  Galvanized Wash Tubs  79c, 89c and 99c  Picnic Plates and Baskets  Phrenology��������� ***-���������unr  a   maa a*aam*aa+ajj Qhfn Prmotloml j^/tf/^  On Business Adaptation, Health and Marriaae  805 Granville St., Corner Robson Hotus:   10 a. tn. to 9 p. ml  ���������}��������������� 111! it l U 11 i l i nn..|l.t..t,.1 t H-. ������ I' %111 4 * I * 1>1 * 4144 * 4 11 MM  * (ZrrnwAwortH   Edited by GRACE E. NOBLE  \JIWriAAfUWW Phone Seymour 42$7  Note���������News meant for this column should be mailed or phoned to U������e editor early to insure,  insertion'.  a***************^***^**-************^***'*******^  SOCIAL    AND    PERSONAL.  Mrs. G. H. Jacoby was at borne oa  Wednesday in honor of her sister, Mrs.  J. Michaels, and her mother, Mrs. S.  S. Summers, who are visiting her  from Seattle, and another sister, Mrs.  S. D. Cohen, of Minneapolis.  Mrs. Carret and her daughter, Evelyn, left on Sunday for their home in  St. John, N. B., after an extended visit  with Mrs. John Knowles, Seventh avenue.  Mr. R. Garben and the Messrs. J. and  R. Gordon have left for a fishing holiday up the North Arm.  Dr. A. 3. West and Mrs. West or  Los Angeles, who was formally Miss  Jessie MacGregor, of Vancouver, are  visiting their .parents, Mr. and Mrs.  J. D. MacGregor, Collingwood East,  and Mr. and Mrs. S. F. West, of 654  Eleventh avenue.  Mrs. W. Grossman received on Sunday afternoon at 1761 Thirteenth avenue east in honor of the bethrothal  of her daughter, Bessie, to Mr. Wil-  laim Baws.  Miss Luella Dayell, formerly of London, Ont., is a visitor in the city, and  is the guest of Mrs. James Stanton,  1056 Twelfth avenue.  Mra. T. R. Home and her baby son  returned Saturday from a short visit to  Victoria.  Miss Mona Brown of Aberdeen,  Wash., is the guest of Mrs. McPtaee,  1764 Fourth avenue.  Miss L. McLenan, who has been  engaged for tbe paBt seven years In  missionary work near Shanghai,  China, is visiting in the city, where  she has many acquaintances. She Is  the guest of her sister-in-law, Mrs..J.  K. McLennan, Cedar avenue.  Miss Mary Campbell and Miss JeBsle  Campbell of Fredericton, N. B., are  the guests of their brother, Mr. Archie  Campbell, Cedar Cottage.  Mrs. Rosa of Edmonton arrived in  the city on Sunday and is the guest of  Mr. and Mrs. Ross, Parker street.  Miss Alice Trimble of Neepawa,  Man., who haa been the guest of Mr  and Mm. A. Arthurs, Grandview, left  on Saturday for her home, accompanied by her cousin, Miss Amy Arthur, who will remain la Neepawa until tho end of August .  Mts. Almon and Mist Mabel Almon,  1824 Tnlrd avenue, nave returned  from a moat enjoyable holiday spent at  the capital. .J,';  Mr. and Hf. t. Percy, Four*** ave*  happy couple left for a short honeymoon. ;  Perdue-McNeil.  On Wednesday afternoon, July 24, a  home wedding took place at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Pedlar,  524 Twelfth avenue, when their niece,  MisB Bertha C. McNeil,, was married  to Mr. Edwin Darcel Perdue, of Mission City. The Rev. P. Clifton Parker, M. A., performed the service. Miss  Ruth McNulty acted as bridesmaid,  and Mr. Thomas Martin, of Mission  City, assisted the groom. The bride  was given away by her uncle, Mr. W.  S. Pedlar. The happy couple will  spend their honeymoon in Victoria,  and will subsequently take up residence in Mission City.  PHONE 8749  JOSEPH  R0DWAY  1618 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      Rant's      Paints       furnace Repairs  GRANDVIEW NEWS NOTES.  Second and Third avenueB, between  Commercial drive and Victoria drive,  are now in state of turmoil, grading  being in full swing. At present It Is  rather inconvenient travelling, but  the work is progressing quickly and  when these streets are finished will be  quite an improvement in this district  The branch of the Carnegie Free  Library, located in Mr. Frost's drug  store, has so far outclassed, all the other branches in the city. The rivalry is  rather keen, but this branch has not  only led from the first in popular, up-  to-date books, but in the classics as  well, which Bpeaks well for Grand-  view.  ��������� *   ���������  People living in the neighborhood  of Victoria drive and Second avenue  miss the nightly chorus of the frogs,  who have no doubt been driven away  by the extensive filling in of the B. C.  Electric around this point  ��������� *   ���������  It speaks well for the Grandview  school when 100% of the pupils passed  their entrance examination this year.  To raise funds to meet interest on  property, etc., St. Saviour's congregation, under the management of the  W. A. of the Church, intend to have a  tent at the Vancouver Exhibition.  Special for Friday ft Saturday  Schram Glass Fruit Jars  Pints ..85c dozen  Quarts $1.00 dozen  McKINNON'S  GROCERY  Cor. lit Aveane and Commercial Drive  Phone: Sey. 1541  Doctor���������-Wbat? Troubled1 with Bleep*  lessness? Eat something before going  to bed. >  Patient���������Why, doctor, you once told  me never to eat anything before going to bod.  ������--.* ���������u^i. ���������-.* ������������. rwvnairi ..*    -Doctor (wltb dignity)���������Pooh, noon!'  nue, and tfceir two sons, Ponald and mt        ^ Jtwawy   sde^ebM  Louis, expect to leave on Friday tor *^  *���������^���������. ;?^ JSZTwILT  an extended vi.lt to tbe Old Country>**e e������0���������������u������ ���������������**��������� ������������������*<������ ������������������������*--  Master James Law of New West  minster, It the guest of bia young  cousin, Edgar Law, for a fortnight.  Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Smith, Eighth  avenue, entertained moat delightfully  on Friday evening in honor of tbelr  nephew, Ernest B. Shore, of London,  Ont, who la their guest Four tables  of whist were made up and a keen  game played. Dainty refreshments  were served at the close of the game.  The Misses Hazel and Irene Galllac  of Spokane are the guests of Mrs. Mc-  Phee, 1764 Fourth avenue.  The Misses Wade, of Commercial  drive, spent the week end with friends  at Bowen Island.  Mr. J. G. Lone, of Cedar Cottage, accompanied by his young son, Arthur,  left last week for New York, where  a specialist will be consulted regarding the boy's ears. His many friends  hope tbe trip will be successful.  Mrs. Hodgson of Bismark street, has  bad her mother, Mra. Cheetbam, of  Saskatoon, visiting her.  Tid-Rita.  A.   WISMER  Jeweler at Optlolmn  1433 Commercial   Drive  For Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Optical goods  Repairing o Specialty  Ice Cream  Milk  Davidson's Bakery  Class Bread nil Cakes  Phone 1126 Commercial Drive  Sey 7694 L Grandview  Cars for Hire  ".Oars Stored  ^  Grandview Garage  and Repair Company  Expert Repairing, Gasoline,  Oil and Accessories  1424 Commercial Prive       Vancouver  FOB   SJGtfS  w,-j.vwixm  <?*4ff*V*W 99*JM WQ9M9  2236 Commercial Dr. AEnd of Paris Rd.  Phone Sey. 6786  WEDDING BELL8.  The marriage of Mr. Frank Evans, ot  Jubilee, Burnaby, and Miss Anne Kath-  erlne Roberts, of Shangain, Carnarvonshire, England, wan quietly solemnized in St. John's Church, Central  Park, on Thursday morning July 26,  the Rev. W. Thomas Johnston officiating.  Tbe borne of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas  Foster, 539 Thirty-second avenue  east, was the scene of a quiet wedding  at 8 o'clockw on Wednesday evening  of last week, when Rev. J. W. Wood-  side united in marriage Miss Margaret  Carrie and Mr. Peter H/ Miller, both  of this city. A small gathering of  close friends of the bride and groom  witnessed the nuptials. Mr. and Mrs.  Miller will take up residence in East  Burnaby.  A quiet wedding was solemnized in  St Margaret's Church, Cedar Cottage, on July 24, when Gwendoline,  eldest daughter of Rev. William Bell  of Central Park, became the wife of  Arthur Reginald Pearson of Collingwood youngest son of Mr. George  Pearson cf Brabourne, Kent, England.  The ceremony, which was fully  choral, was performed by Rev. G. F.  C. Caffin of St. Peter's in the presence of a large number of friends of  the bride and bridegroom. The bride  was attended by her sister, Miss Lucy  C. Bell, ad the groom was supported  by Mr. A. J. Travis. The bride looked  very charming in a dress of white  marquisette and lace with a veil  trimmed with orange blossoms. Immediately after   the   ceremony tha  PONT PUIPP  until you get our prices for hardware. We handle anything in the  hardware line. If goods are not as represented return them 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 HARPWARC CO.  (Successors to Bailey Hardware Co.)  Wuwe Seymour 65701 1407 Commercial St.  THE ROYAl PHARMACY  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  THE ROYAL PHARMACY  R. E. FROST  Phones Sey. 6167, 7741  Cor. Third Avenue and Commercial Drive  Telegrams received Money Orders  tK**********************a***  Majestic Range, regular price $80.00; Our Price $40.00  Davenport Lounge, regular price $25.00; Our Price $12.00  Sideboard, brand new, regular price $38; Our Price $29.00  Gas Stove, regular price $12.00; Our Price       $7.00  Ciean Mattresses from,        $1.00 up  Velvet Colored Lounge, regular price $15; Our Price $6.00  A complete stock of Dishes, Fruit Jars and Iron Beds  Commercial Second Hand Store  1928 Commercial Drive Seymour 2877 L  Buffalo Grocery  Cor. Commercial Drive  and Uth Avenue East  GRANDVIEW  For Preserving, now  in season: Peaches, Apricots and Raspberries.  The Price is right and  the quality the best.  Table Fruit  Apples, 3 lbs. for 25c  Oranges, 25, 30 and  40c per dozen. yyy  Bananas, 25 and 30c  per dozen.  Swiss   Trifle, 2 pkts. 25c  Strawberry "     2 for 25c  Raspberry "     2 for 25c  Custard Powder, 25c  per tin  Picnic Size  Roast Reef, pr. tin 15c  Corned "       "   15c  English Prawn"   15c  Corned  Reef   Hash,  per tin 15c  Reef Steak and Onions  per tin 15c  Pigs Feet, per tin 15c  Minced  Collops,   per  tin 15c  X 0. plain and Tomato Sauce, 2 for 25c  Our Tea is always  a winner, 35 and  40c per lb.  Our  own blends.  THE  Buffalo Grocery  And Provision Store  Commercial Drive  and 14th Ave. E.  Pkone: Fairmont 1033  J. P. Sinclair, Prop. i % \r'1fflp.  tf'i.   >V' '  J<������-->  THE WK8TEitJ*T CALL.  ���������aa-ra^=*������-ti-  ��������� ��������� ������������������! i' **********������**������**������*������*-*������*������hbjp  SPECIAL  18 lbs. B. C. Granulated Sugar $1.15  Carr's Biscuits, per pound 20c  Royal Household Flour $1.90  12 lbs. New Potatoes 25c  5 lbs. Empress Strawberry Jam 85c  Fruit Jars, dozen.................. ...'.. 75c  Lemon Pies 15c, other Pies 10c, Layer Cakes 25c  Cookies, all kinds, dozen 10c. Try our 15c Fruit  Cake.  Winnipeg Grocery  and  Corner Harris and Campbell Ave.  Phone Sey. 1139 Branch Post Off ice  We ourselves are better served  By serving others best  This is the store where  you get what you pay for;  not where you pay for  what some one else gets,  E  ityy  Phone Sey. 6857  Cor. Keefer and Campbell Ave.  ************************* ************************+<>  Use Slave lake Power  Those Industries ftre 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  svstem ��������� more serious disturbance, with  attendant heavy losses involved, are not  preventable. Stave Lake Power is undeniably cheaper and more reliable than private plant operation. See us for particulars  and rates.  ! Western Ma Power Cony,  * LIMITED f  Phone: Scymoor 4770      6O3-6IO Carter-Cotton Bldg.  P. 0. BOX 1418, VANCOUVER, B. C. ~i  ������*��������� ��������� I'M t *******************   ���������4"l"t">-l"l"l"l"l1������"l"H"l"l"ll'H"l"H"l"t'������'J  Where ilMyito Deal  Honest trices far MMest  <vN&X> J. W. Edmonds, Prop. ^ify  Our Prices are Always Right  Do you require anything in the way of Stationery, Books, Toys, Etc.?   Come right in.  Ice Cream made direct from  Fruits.  Our service of British and Foreign Papers is unexcelled.  1130 Commercial Drive  CORRESPONDENCE  Hazelmere, B. C.  The Editor of the Western Call,  Vancouver, B. C.  Dear Sir:���������  I notice an article ln your Issue of  the 3rd of May under heading, "Notes  of the West," where some poor fellow  was complaining of having to pay the  large sum of 124.00 for getting a car  hauled 13 miles. I do not blame him  in the least for kicking about the  charges, but. they are nothing with  what we have to put up with in thia  part of the country.  We are unfortunate enough to be  small country merchants at Hazel-  mere, B. C, and get a great portion  of our flour and feed at Calgary Alta.,  for which the C. P. R. charges us  $111.00 for a 30-ton car to New Westminster, but that is easy compared to  the Oreat Northern. They charge ub  $60.00 for the same car from Westminster to Hazelmere, a distance of only  21 miles, and their excuse for these  exorbitant charges is that Haxelmere  is not on the same line as Guichon  and Ladners (which are both much  better favored in regards rates than  we are), but at the same time the  same train and crew serves both Hazelmere and Guichon and on the same  days, and are paid by the Great North*  era Railway.  We have the matter before the Railway commissioners but being alone in  the matter it seems Impossible tb get  any redress.  When a poor man steals from two  or three dollars he gets from one to  ten, years in the pen., but the railroads  are allowed to put their hands in a  man's pocket and steal about $50.00  every time they move a car a few  miles. This we think would be a good  subject for some of the Board of  Trades to take up and the writer will  be glad to furnlBh them with any data  we have ln our possession in order to  try and get a atop put to some of this  highway robbery by the railway companies. Thanking you for space In  your valuable paper, I am yours very  'truly,'' .���������;'������������������ ��������� r'  J. J: THRIFT/  Per G. M. Thrift; Mgr.  ������nmimunmnim.il  ii Fraser Avenue,:  .liMHUHIlllllllllllMi  The Hekla  The Hekla Cash' store, corner of  Fraser 8t. and 47th Avenue, is a new  up-to-date grocery having as its proprietors two men in the vigor of man*  hood Messrs. Otldstad and Johnson.  They bring into their business the very  things that please patrons and make  success. Their stock of goods is fresh,  select and of good quality. We bespeak for them a warm place in the  friendship, confidence and support of  South Vancouver.  . AMATEUR LACR088E      :  . . UEASU *-...:  Aug. 9���������-Richmond va. South Hill.  July 24���������South Hill vs. Richmond.  July   89���������South   Hill.   vs.   Victoria  Heights.  Aug.' 2���������Victoria   Heights   va,   Rich-  ��������� mood.  All games will be played on the first  named club's grounds.  Advertise in THE CALL  "He took down an old pistol he bad  had about tbe house for years, and  playfully snapped tbe trigger at his  wife, thinking lt wasn't loaded."  "Good heavens!"*  "Well, it wasn't." "mmm  SwedishDoHerv  Johnson * Carlson, Props.  Knecke Bread a Specialty  Pure Swedish Rye and  Fancy Bread  800 Gien Drive      Vancouver, B. C.  The Negligee  Hand Laundry  We also do Lace Curtains  906 Hastings Street East  Vancouver, B.C.  i  V*  Li  1028 Hastings Street East  This Week  A full assortment  of Dress Goods  GRAND LODGE AT WINNIPEG  Resolution  Carried   Unanimously  by  the Grand Lodge of British America Held at Winnipeg, 1911.  Moved by Prof. E. Odium,  Seconded by J. W. Whltely,  And resolved that:  Whereas the Roman Catholic Church  in conformity with the Jesuitic policy,  opposes a liberal education and particularly among the French Canadians  who are under its control; and  Whereas the French Canadians who  are increasing in numbers at a more  rapid rate than the English speaking  Protestants of the Dominion, hold and  publicly avow, as a basic principle of  duty and patriotism, the purpose of  securing the control of the political  and religious destiny of Canada; and  Whereas a more liberal education  and a more enlightened religious Instruction should be provided for our  French Canadian fellow citizens, in  order to give a wise and safe guidance  to their aforesaid publicly avowed purpose; and  Whereas the future safety ^.nd highest development pf Canada, so far as  our French Canadian citizens are concerned, require and demand as immediate undertaking by the Protestant  denominations of Canada to go to their  educational and spiritual aid and cooperation, and 'y.yyyyy.^  . "yyy  yyfiwt^yyviMy' [ Roman    Cataolhj  Church, manifesting the Jesuitic spirit  and method, claims and acts upon that  claim; tbat it Is absolutely necessary  for tbat church to carry forward a  religious   and   political   propaganda  among the Protestants of Canada with  the purpose of securing the political  education and religious  mastery of  the dominion: *     -  Therefore, be It Resolved: That this  Most Worshipful Grand Lodge of Brit  ish America earnestly suggest to the  Protestant denominations of Canada  the advisability of vastly increasing  educational and religious assistance  for our French Canadian fellow citizens; so that they may obtain that  personal freedom necessary to acquire  the most liberal modern education,  and the right to freely worship God,  being governed therein by the dictates  of their reason and conscience, and  guided by the holy scriptures and Divine Spirit, and  Be it further resolved that a copy  of this resolution be sent to the official  head of each Protestant denomination  in the Dominion.  Hekla Cash Store  ���������*������ii-a5aai>ijtaiame^������^B5MMais  General stock of Fresh Groceries  Tea. Coffee, Sugar* etc., Provisions,  Butter, Eggs, Vegetables, Fruits, etc.  Oddstad & Johnson, Props.  .  Fraser Street and 47th Avenue       '  **  -fc <��������� ?y  > y? -/-:/���������  \,yy^'4  * ' y'*>���������*'&.  -yymJ?3m$  ���������'yyyyi&jm  ���������-������������������:������������������-V-Jy'V^-.^^p  y-yy0yiM$i  The Place to Go���������-  after your walk or during  the hot weather call at  W^y:--yyf4^mf^i  ;.ix-x--y 'v-smFiM  ��������� yyuy;A������m$  yyymimi  yymmw^  49th and Fraser St.  ForlMTimr <y?MmM  ���������y.  I  'I  ��������� ;;'W.  y������k  -yy&  '-yx{  Most up-to-date Ice Cream Parlor outside the city.  yMyx&tm,,  XX-���������������������������;.������������������:;;;$?$}  yyyyt$h~  '.": xy^������?$m  ���������:xx: y^yyM  ^ca^   y yyyMyyiyym^mW^^M^^m  .:;,;.��������� .5. ���������*��������� ������������������;;M;;.'-.i v.: v.V;-:.   ;--y:    . i vA.am^^^^-^vrt'^-hrA^i:  ���������->..    *���������-*������������������;.>:**.   ���������:-������J 1**01  U>3T  OPPORTUNITY.  Sir Thomas Lipton tells a humorous  story of a Scotchman who went to a  race meeting for the first time in his  life. The old man's friends persuaded  him to risk sixpence on a horse���������a  forty to one chance.  With much trepidation, the Scotchman handed out the sixpence, and,  strange to relate, the horse won.  when the bookmaker handed out a  sovereign and sixpence to Sandy, the  latter could not believe his own eyes.  "Do you mean to tell me I get all  this for my sixpence?" he asked.  "You do," replied the the bookmaker.  "Ma conscience!" exclaimed Sandy.  "Tell me, mon, how long has this  thing been going on?"  Though Sandy had "greenhorn's  luck" and "picked tbe winner" "on his  first venture, he might not do so  again in 99 times out of 100, as those  who "follow the ponies" could tell  him. The man who wants to place  his "sixpences" on a "sure thing"  should investigate the Canadian Government's Annuity System, information in regard to which may be obtained at any postoffice or on application to the Superintendent of Annuities, Ottawa. Your letter Is carried free of postage.  lispp^^  yy  Corner 20th qn*4 Prwer Avenue  j.wmm mmm  ANGLICAN EAST INPIAN MISSION.  Mr. C. E. Porter, superintendent of  the Anglican East Indian Mission, Triumph street, reports tbat good progress has been made in tbe work since  its inauguration last May. Although  the work is, of necessity, comparatively slow, owing partly to the counter  attractions of the season, and partly to  the very suspicious natures peculiar  to the Hindoos, the report of the work  to date shows a steady increase and is  very encouraging to those who are interested. In May there were 2 2at*  tendances, in June 64 atendances, and  in July over 10 Oattendances.  Mr. Porter says that the appreciation of the Hindoos who take full advantage ot the facilities which are  provided at the mission for their education and advancement is most gratifying. This gratitude is expressed by  the more practical method of bringing-  bundles of firewood, buuehes of flowers, etc., than by words, and those who  assist in this work cannot fail to receive a riclf blesslng'in the doing ot it.  Richard, aged five, waa being Interviewed in regard to his school work.  "And where do you go to Sunday  school?" was next asked.  "To the Episcopal," he replied.  "What have you learned there?"  "Honor thy father and thy mother,"  he said. "And. do you know, I went  down to the Methodist Church the  other day, and they were teaching the  same thing there!"���������Llppincott's.  South Hill Shoe  Store  . Opposite South Hill School  H. WICKER, Proprietor  Boots and Shoes in tbe  latest styles and best quality  "Prices are Eight"  The Workman's  Home from Home Cafe  Between 26th and 26th Avenues  Opposite Post Office  We carry a first-class line of  Bread, Confectionery, Ice  Cream and Tobaccos.  Fon't Forget'4135 Fraser Ave.  Builder's Supplies  Sand, Gravel, Etc.  Estimates Free  Plans Submitted  Fraser Avenue  Builder's Supply Co.  4122 Praser Avenue  F. Plummer, Props.  PHONE:   Fairmont 1128  Room and Board $1.00 per day.  Special rates by week or month  Junction Rooming House  Cor. Fraser and Westminster Rd.  POOL TABLE  JANES   HAUGHTON  Proprietor  Red Arrow Pharmacy  Corner Campbell and Keefer Sts. Phone Sey. 2889  Try our guaranteed Corn Cure 25c per bottle  SEE WINDOWS  Every Woman  It Intcreeted snd ���������hotdd know  ������bout the ���������wonderful  M,rve' "BSSUST  JuikTtraT drugght for  It. If b������ cannot inppl  ths MARVEL, accept DO ���������  other, bat tend itamp for Ulas* ,  tnted book-HWtJM. It gtvea foil  ptu-Uenlart and direction! iaTtinabw  W lt41������*WI*n>80HSUPP*-V CO..*J  Qtncnri Accato lbc Can**!*,  .Oat  Your'next for a  8H4VEm<  Jack & John's Place  Come in and have a  Game of  POOL  Ice Cream dt Soft Drinks  Just the thing for a hot day  Cor. Fraser and Ferris Streets  ANATOMICAL SHOE  STORE  ���������Alt.*; HOUSTON. Proprielor!  ! 6352 Fraser St., Opposite 50th Avenue  ' Repirs a Specialty  Harness artd Shoamaking  Skilled Workmanship Go-r-ntecd    A trial Soactte**  Advertise in The Call THE WESTERN CALL.  COLLECTIONS  BAD DEBTS COLLECTED everywhere. Nocollec  tfoa. no charge. American-Vancouver Mercantile  Agency, 336 Hasting* Street. Vancouver, B. C  PHONE    <  QfiSA  SEYMOUR  OVOV  *******  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  Local and     iiltfEOT* BELbS  ���������yl    y;  A. F. McTAVISH, Pbop.  ;  Phone Ftiinnont 845 >*������������������������������������-������������������ homier Broadway rod Main ;;  ���������J "    ���������   :; -"Hicks, Victwii. tfr&iijnw^ Surreys ^Single *  '...,.' Buggies, Express and Pray Wagons fox Wre  *���������; ���������ii.r.v  ���������lfl*ji*iVi,yi^  Of Pots and Plants, Ferns, Palms, etc. ,:  Jiarge variety of  Cut Flowers, Fern Pishes, gaskets, etc,y\ \  Great Reductions  : 999 Broadway W���������       Cor, Proadway anil Oak ;���������  ituici %ml f-na-m for iMiitu ?Mifwff, m mvm wt) uoaivit  '***** * ������ *** t #111IHH 1111MPHI1114 M 1 ������*>* I*************  ttn tfca Cpaspaft Waca  faTawe  Hat tlit Btst value for  ���������loney  -XJ^)V^ * w. n. Armstroni*, Prop. ���������jfy  ^ 2440 MAIN STREET       f  We have an ICE CREAJ1 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.  Otherwise  E. R PIERCE Representative  When father comes home hungry as  a bear, move him up to a table, serve  dinner but be sure you have'got your  groceries of Ellis, 30th and Fraser.  i  The B. C. Book Co. has opened a  branch store at the corner of Main  and Tenth avenue, under the management of R. C. Morgan.  A new cast-iron furnace tbat is attracting attention is being introduced  by Gawne & Daily, corner. Tenth avenue and Westminster road. They  will exhibit lt at the Vancouver Fair  in August.  It is interesting and inspiring to  watch a live city grow. Especially  one tbat is taking strides like Vancouver is at present. Everywhere you  go activity 1b manifest It is specially  so about Mt. Pleasant just nowi  Building, paving, new enterprises  coming in, all indicate that great  things are just ahead.  Mt. Pleasant is geographically the  center of Vancouver. Its place aa a  part of the city is destined to be of  vast importance. Situated as it is directly opposite the mountains that rise  majestically on the north side of Burrard Inlet, and overlooking much of  the city propert and the beautiful  waters that skirt it, this.section of  Vancouver is a favorite viewing point  !>���������*:  mn  WEDDING  BELLS.  The home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas  Foster, 539 Thirty-second avenue east,  was the scene of a quiet wedding at 8  o'clock on Wednesday evening when  Rev. J. W. Woodside united in marriage Miss Margaret Carrie and Mr.  Peter Millar, both of this city. A  small gathering of close friends of the  bride and groom witnessed the nuptials. Mr. and Mrs. Millar will take up  residence in East Burnaby.   -  A quiet wedding took place on Wednesday afternoon, July 24, at the home  of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Pedlar, uncle  and aunt of the bride, 524 Twelfth  avenue west, when Mr. Edwin D. Per.  due of Mission City was united in marriage to Miss Bertha G. McNeil of  Vancouver. The Rev. P. Clifton Parker, M.A., officiated. Miss Ruth Mc-  Nulty acted as bridesmaid, and Mr. T.  Martin of Mission City as groomsman.  The young couple will spend their  honeymoon on Vancouver Island and  will afteryards take up residence in  Mission City. ������.  A quiet wedding was solemnized in  St. Margaret's Church, Cedar Cottage,  on July 24, when Gwendoline, eldest  daughter of Rev. William Bell of Central Park, became the wife of Arthur  Reginald Pearson of Collingwood,  for artists and visitors.   As a residen- youngest son of Mr. George Pearson  i|ii|..tn* 1 !��������� | 11|..|..| i*,*,.* ,������ ,t iMi.|..������������  No  Delivery  ��������� '���������   Phone: Fairmont 621  ,������������������������*��������� ,|,i������.,*,,*,,������������������m*,ii������"M. |i.Mi'Mi I * 111 if !'���������������  No  Wi lift ru the bMt*  Mat lllsI|MMtttf  ���������Minn  aii koak*  kstpli|.  Our Heats are just ��������� little better than the best elsewhere  9atwday 9peolala  Pm������ La.  Our Beef snd Pork Sausage  best to be had 2 for 26c  Fresh dressed Chickens 25 to 80c  Good Lard, 2 lbs. for  25c  Peb Lb.  Choice local Veal 20 to 25c  Legs Losal Lamb .20c  Loins ���������.������������������'"���������   ������������������ ."...20c  Corn fed Pork Legs 20c  *       "   ���������������   "���������������������������   Loins ... 20 to 25c  The best Pot Roast.. .12*4 to 16c  Lean Silver Side.  .16c  Heel Beef, all meat. .10 to 12? a c  Choice mild cured Hams  today only 20c  Choice table Butter 85c  today 8 lbs. for $1.00  Fresh Eggs, per ddz 35c  Today, 3 doz. for....(..... .86c  Salmon, fresh, red, 2 lb-, for 26c PISH S-nokod Halibut 16c, 2 lbe. for 25c  Halibut, rwh choice, S Iba. for 20c Kippers 3 lbs fur 25c  A fine a*aortxnent of all Fish on hand  :: 2513 Halo street, nr. Broadway    -   W^^s^sS^  ������,|���������t..t..{..t..i..t..T..{..t..l..|i.M..t..|iitii|.*li1.i1i*-i..|.������   ������4.4..t..{..iM|..{.i*..i.,*.,|i,|.i|il|ii|,i*.,*.,������.,|..*il|..*..|..|.,  8ANITARY MARKET.  tlal district it is most desirable,. As a  business center it has, a great future  before it. ������������������'���������y /  BUILDING AND IMPROVEMENTS.  The Lee Block, owned by Mr. H. O.  Lee, corner of Main Street and-Broadway, is rapidly taking on a more finished appearance. It is the largest  block on Mi. Pleasant to date.. It is  seven stories high and contains forty  suites and sixty offices. While it is still  some distance short of the ftrtfsbtng  touches its capacity is practically all  spoken for; The entire valuation, of  this splendid pjMperty H at present  close to f 500,000.00, while Its yearly  rental will total the baridubme sum  of 160,000.00. ���������'--?';;  Mr. Lee, the owner, is an aggressive  young roan and is worthy of great  credit for carrying through such a  large enterprise. He personally super*  intends the work. We shall take  further notice, of this splendid im-  provement when it is completed.     <  Tbe apartment house being erected  by Mr. Whiteside on Victoria^, drive  consists ot fourteen suites, which are  expected to be rented in a very short  time after they are ready. This will  be the case about tbe beginning of  October. The house is fitted up in the  ltaest fashion,. with three and four-  room suites with halls for each.  of Brabourne, Kent, England. The  ceremony, which was fully choral, was  performed by Rev. G. F. C. Caffin of  St. Peter's, in the presence of a large  number of friends of the bride and  bridegroom. The bride was attended  by her sister, Miss Lucy C. Bell, and  the groom was supported by Mr. A. J  Travis. The bride looked very charm*  ing in a dress of white marquisette  and lace, with a veil trimmed with  orange blossoms. Immediately after  the ceremony the happy couple left for  a short honeymoon.  The marriage was solemnized on  Tuesday morning of Florence Maud.  eldest daughter of Pr. and Mrs. H. B.  Ford, corner of Thirteenth avenue and  Hemlock street, and Eugene B. V.  Ross, Rev. ;E. A. Henry officiating. After the ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. Ross  left by tbe morning boat for Portland  and on their return will make their  home in this city.  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  "hi* >  -������^������������^������-������-������-������*������*������^^-������>*>^^-������-������a*-������***a<������-������*������^-������**l<  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 1592  The splendid apartment house whicb  Mr. R. J. Coleman has almost completed at the corner of Carolina street  and Seventh avenue is truly an asset  to the whole district. The situation is  admirable, overlooking, as it does, tbe  Creek snd the surrouuding slopes, and  this view is further enhanced by tbe  construction of a roof garden at the*  height of four storeys.  The house is of brick and covers an  area of 80x120 feet. It comprises 40  suites, which are arranged on the moBt  liberal scale, each being fitted with  the most modern plumbing and heating.. The heating apparatus is also  thoroughly up-to-date, a refuse burner  serving the double purpose of destroying tbe waste matter and at the same  time heating water. The water supply has a capacity of 40,000 gallons  and refuse chutes are among the conveniences provided. The house will be  ready by the middle of next week and,  surrounded as it is by some of the  best residence in Mount Pleasant, it  will likely soon be filled. The building, which was started in February,  cost in the neighborhood of $65,000,  and is certainly a fie feature of Mount  Pleasant.  Charles Feht, proprietor of the Sanitary Market, 2513 Main street, near  Broadway, has in a comparatively  brief space of time built up a splendid  trade in our midst. His own explanation of hJB signal success is that ln  this age of enlightenment on the danger of disease from everything unsanitary, the people appreciate a clean,  sweet-smelling meat market. It requires much care and effort to keep  such a place sanitary, but it pays ln  increased patronage. A second reason  he gives fos his prosperity Is that he  offers the best quality tor the most  reasonable price. He also advertises  in the Western Call, which goes weekly into a multitude of his patrons'  homes.  Mr. Feht, while still' short of the  meridian of life, bas, however, devoted  twenty years to tb.e^meat business. lie  is no amateur: He was born in Germany and has brought over to the  New World the same powers of con  centration and thoroughness that haye  made his race one of the mot noted In  arts and c<m������merce. He is enthusiastic over thei. present success and  future prospects of Vancouver.  Surely no one need go down (own  and spend carfare when such an es  tabllshment exists right here in Mt  Pleasant.  , 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, 2837.  Lougheed. & 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.  Heeler's Nursery, corner Fifteenth  avenue.  McBride's Hardware, Sixteeuth avenue.  The Toronto Furniture, 3334.  Mt. Pleasant Livery, Main and*  Broadway east.  F. T. Vernon's Feed Store, corner  Broadway  and  Westminster Road.  Progressive Boot Repairing Shop,  232 Broadway East.  MacLachlan Boot and Shoe Repuair  Shop, 3330 Main St.  Rosio & Jones, Wail Papers, 2440  Main St.  Main Transfer Co., 2421 Scotia St  Trimble & Norris, Real Estate, corner Broadway and Westminster Road.  Peters & Co. Shoe Repair Shop,  Main, back of Bloqmfield's Cafe.  Arthur Frith's Furnishing Store,  corner of Broadway and Main.  All of the above are thoroughly interested in Mt Pleasant's forward  movement and consistently patronize  "Home Industry." One call on them  will insure another.  WANTED���������Ladies to do plain and  light sewing at home, whole or spare  time, Good pay.* Work wot any dis*.  tance. Charges paid. Send stamp for  full particulars.���������National Manufacturing Co., Montreal.  A lawyer of New York overheard  the following conversation between  two newsboys: "Say, Harry* wat's the  best;way to teach a girl how to swim?"  asked the younger one.  "Dat'8 a cinch. FirBt off puts yer  left arm under her waist and you  gently takes her left hand "  ''Come off; she's me sister."  "Aw, push her off the dock."���������Kansas City Star.  i* t ��������������������������� i.HnKnM.n * m mint i  ,���������  FURNITURE  STORE  3334 Main. St. .  Our stock of Furniture  is Large, Modern and  adapted to the tastes of  Buyers.  Dressers, Buffets, Tables  Chairs, Couches, Mat.  tresses, Bedsteads, etc.  A complete line of  Linoleums, Carpet Squares, etc.  Drop iii and inspect our goods.  This is where you get a* square  M. H. COWAN  <H������>W4llnl|||.fHH*H"  The Boys' Detention Home, corner  Tenth avenue and Pine street, has  been thoroughly overhauled and renovated. Stanley ft Co. have done another excellent job of work here.  Of all the pleasant places  I've long been looking for,  Mount Pleasant is the pleasantest  I think I ever saw.  To Kent -8 Roomed Rouse  4529 Valentine St., between 29th and  30th Ave., South Vancouver; strictly  modern, new. Apply Muir & Lobb,  2410 Westminster Road.  Varnishes  So if you're discontented  With roaming over town,  Mount  Pleasant would be one  Pi**5*  >For you to settle down.  fine  "What do you men know of women's  work?" fiercely queried the lady orator. "Is there a man here," ehe continued, folding her arms, "tbat has  day after day got up in the morning,  gone quietly downstairs, made the fire,  cooked ills own breakfast, sawed the  missing buttons on the children's  clothes, cleaned the pots and kettlre,  and swept the kitchen? If there is  such a man in this audience, let him  rise up; I should Uke to see him*"  In the rear of the hall a mild-look-ing  man in spectacles, iu obedience to  the summons, timidly arose. He was  the husband of the eloquent speaker,  it was the first time be had ever had  a chance to assert himself.  for your little odd jobs. We will intelligently answer any question that may  perplex you regarding their uses and  application.  Cur range of Wall Papers Is complete  LEE & WOOD  523 Imfr IJ> f. PtWK Fill.im  upon tjit* cono>  . .|^j^Jip To;  enjoy perfect health get  Ernest Shaw, p,C.|  .(Doctor of Chiropractic)  250 22nd Avenue ������*8t  (Close to Main St)  Office Hours: 1:80 to 6.    ConralUtfonl  Free.  Progressive PqqI RepalriR8|  23! IrtMwr* *-.       Ths*. fftrrllftll. ���������*#������'  Has installed a  "000DYEAR SHOE REPAIR OUTFIT"  Turns out shoes equal to new  f  r. T. Vernon  2471 Westminster Road  (Corner Broadway)  Phone: Fair. !&  For  Poultry- Supplies  of every description  Pratts rHMiltry Regulator  The best egg producer on the  market.  "\  ^  New Hay  will arrive soon.    Look out for  early consignments.  GO TO  KEELER'S NURSER1  Cor 15th Ave. & Main Sti  The finest Tuberous  Rooted  Begonias  in th<  City now on Display  Prices Reasonable  PHONE: Fairmont 817  ���������.*/������> i-f'a.jt ���������r.Sjp '���������/-������ . ,v  '*J*-i������**  Ht. Pleasant Carriage &  Herseshoelng Shop  Dealers in Heavy Team  and   Express   Wagons  Eubber Tire Work  MUIR & LOBB  2410 Westminster Road  Imperial Transfer Co.  When moving phone us.    We are  ���������   prompt and  reliable.     Furniture  and Pianos  moved.   Padded Van  - Phones Sey. 648 also Sey. 133  563 Georgia Street  Chief Justice Story attended a public dinner at Boston at which Edward  Everett was present. Desiring to pay  a delicate compliment to the latter,  the learned Judge proposed, as a volunteer toast:  "Fame follows merit where Everett  goes.'.'  The brilliant scholar rose and re-  a  sponded: "To whatever heights judicial learning may attain in this  country, it will never get above one  Story.  The applause which followed lasted  for twenty minutes.  COLLECTIONS  BAD DEBTS COLLECTED  everywhere. No collection, no  charge.' American. Vancouver  Mercantile Agency, 336 Hastings St; West, Vancouver,B.C.  Phone: Seymour 3650  2436 MAIN STREET  (BEWEEN 8th and BROADWAY)  First-class Repairing a Specialty  BootB and Shoesjnsde to order.  P. PARIS, Prop.  Also Corner of, 5th Avenue������  Social and Personal  Mr. B. P. Schwengers and family are  spending the tennis week with Mrs.  Schwengers, First avenue west.  Mr. Morrison and the Misses Janet  and Mary McTavlsh,\ of 1015 Eleventh  avenue west, have returned from Seattle accompanied by their friends, Miss  Cameron and Mr. Fraser Cameron.  Miss A. Melise ad Miss N. Frost  have arrived from London, Eng... and  are staying In South Vancouver.  Miss Jennie Mcintosh of 2480 Vic*  toria street, accompanied by her  cousin, Mis Wade, of Brandon, Manitoba, is visiting friends in Seattle and  Everett, Wash.  Mr. J. H. A. Lloyd of Edmonton,  member of the new Success Business  College staff, has arrived in the city  to take up bis duties.  *********4*4*4<**'*****l'**>*<?****a********4W  Our Opinion on the  Range Question  We know we have your confidence and we have  made ourselves worthy of it by handling the very  best mei^*ha^dise in our line. 4  We are familiar with the good qualitiesof every  stove and range on the market  In our opinion  wm  On Monday afternoon the Wilson  Heights Methodist Sunday School held  their annual picnic at Second Beach.  A large number of friends and teachers and about 200 children gathered  for luncheon and supper under the  trees. The children enjoyed them'  selves in games and races and many  prizes were won.  The previous day was their Sunday  School anniversary and special services were held. The morning service was conducted by Rev. Mr. Pye.  In the afternoon by Rev. Mr. Manuel  and the evening service by Mrs. Lashley Hall. The day was a success, both  from- a numerical and financial viewpoint.  This section of the city will hail  with pleasure the establishing of a  first-class commercial school in our  midst. The Success Business College,  with F. G. Garbutt as President and  E. Scott Eaton, B.A., as Principal,  have secured temporary quarters at  153 Tenth Avenue East, and will open  classes Thursday, August 1st.  They will later occupy the whole of  the top story of the splendid new  Harris block, now in course of construction at the corner of Tenth avenue and Main street. This will be a.  fine acquisition to our increasing pub*'  lie institutions. Knowing something  of the splendid work being accomplished through the schools already  established by President Garbutt in  Calgary, Revelstoke, Edmonton, etc.,  we unhesitatingly commend this new  college to the earnest consideration  of the young people and their parents,  in that section of the city. Watch;  their weekly advertisement tin our  columns. .--������������������:���������  uFerrd,rW^  Prize Competition  Winners of the First Six Prizes  lot Prize $25.00���������W. E. Chute, Cedar Cottage P. 0.  2nd Prise 15.00-W. Napier, 178218th Ave. E., City  Srd Prise S2.60-G. Tufrail, Box 78, E. Collingwood, P. Oi.  4th Prize tfeSO-Miss. M. 3. Husband, 1448 8������mHn Di**-t>  Sth Prise $2.50���������Earl Alexander, Mount Pleasant  ������th Prize *2.50-lfits E. J. Parks. 1727 Charles Street  Some competitors disqualified themselves by not observing the few simple rules. Others would bava wen ���������  better prize had they noted the directions a littl*  carefully.  * 1111111111| | H 11| in H in 11| ii || 11 m 111M H Mtt  \*************************P:************ttHtM*$9999  is the best of them aU and the  ���������-i" w service will back us up  say of it 41 there waj a bet-    <������  yoqnotcoraetw4tK*it?aWe    ;;  art suw we can convince you    ::  e of flye  ay shout  e ia true,  inatye of five minute* tjwtwhat    \;  we aayalxmt tbe South #e������4  t jC*  2337 Mam Street        - Phone Fainftont 447 J  >****************************************************  BAND'S CAFE  W. C. fig tM), MsBfter  J. W. Monroe  It's Just kike Home  The most up-to-date place in Mount Pleasant.  Clean, Tasty and Quick Service.  Our chef, Mr. Levers, late 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  *+**<  I DARLING'S DRUG STORE i  ii 2652 MAIN ST.,COR. I Ith Ave. ii  rt*  v DRUGS, STATIONERY  CAMERA SUPPLIES  CIGARS, TOBACCO i  I  PRESCRIPTIONS A SPCOALiy BY  REGISTERED JttN y  i PHONE:   FAIRMONT   514 ji  J. II DARl|Na, ?RPP.  #������<MMMMIMMMMMHmilMMlMMIIiMMMMlH  . Mr. and MrB.i John Douglas,-of 26  Tenth Avenue Bast, returned Monday  from; Ferndale, Wash., where ; they  were in attendance , at a religious  gathering. Tbey report a very pleasant time.  Miss H. B. Howson, of Calgary, ar-  riyed in Vancouver this week to begin her work as one of.the teachers  in the Success Business College. She  has served as Vice-Principal- of the  Garbutt Business College ot Calgary.  She bas had extensive experience and  ranks blgb in her chosen calling.  B. I,. MIX FAIRS  Vticoayer frbibitiot AhiwM WtMo 17t*  In an article on "The Improvement  of Plants" in the  Popular    Science  Monthly, Dr. H. J. Webber gives this  illustration of the vast results that  come from improvement in a single  product:    "Hay is one of the largest  agricultural    crops    of    the    United  States, outranking all other crops, except corn, in total value of production.  In 1910, according to the statements  issued by the United States department of agriculture, there were grown  in the United States 45,691,000 acres  of hay, which yielded a crop haying a  farm  valuation of $747,769,000!    No  statistics are available from which we  can determine what proportion of this  hay Was timothy, but the writer believes that we may safely conclude  that at least one-third of the entire  hay crpp of the TOiontry is timothy.  H this/to triie, tiieUmothy crop of the  United States In 1910 had a valuation  of over $249,000,000.  In the two years  during which, tests have been wade,  the seventeen new sorts of timothy  gave an average Increased yield of  slightly oyer 36 8*5 per cent*'above  ordinary timothy.  A 86 3-6 per cent  increase in the valuation of the timothy jsrop as above estimated would  give *uS oyer $90,0o8,6oo as the estimated annual gain in the value of the  crop which would be obtained if new  sorts as good as these could be used  throughout the country."  PETERS & CO.  PIONEER SHOEMAKERS  *.v  Am atffl at the old ataad  ?5������7 Main Street &������**-. c.*,  Most reliable Boot and SHonudcmo m Mount PLKAaaifK. ',  J************************a9************ miiiuuii  im  i  Following ts the list of fairs:  Arrow Lakes���������October 4-5.  Alberni���������September 13.  Armstrong���������October 16-17.  Burquitlara���������September 28.  Bella Coola���������October 30.  Cowicban���������September 20-21.  Comox���������October 3.  Coquitlam--September 21.  ChilHwack���������September 19-20.  Central Park���������September 12-13.  Cranbrook���������September 18-19.  Delta���������September 20-21.  Grand Forks���������Sept. 26-27.  Greenwood���������September 30.  Golden-���������September 24-25.  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.  Matsqui���������September 26-27.  Nanaimo���������September 17-19.  N. and S. Saanicn���������Oct. 4-5.  Nicola���������September 25.  North Vancouver���������Sept. 7.  New Westminster���������Oct. 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 1017.  Windermere���������Sept. 20-21.  Victoria,    (provincial    exhibition-  September 24-28.  * ii i h ii in i mmwi *** iwiMmimi i������iiij*i*at*a  ! ������S2������E   THE DOM  ^^Sml  \ 51������ ICE CREAM  PARLOR * SALT*** ;:  2S48 Mela St. Mdetoro from ittNMm* j:  Is the cootoatParior in Mount Pleasant "< 1 y\>< *  * * ���������       i   ~i������     4   9  j   Call and try our Ice Oream, Sundaes, Sodas. Ck*er,~Soft ni*at^" af^: ' ������  We get our Sweet Oream, Milk, Butter and Buttermilk trtt-dL&afc.     *  Luge selection of Cigars, Cigarettes, and Tobaccos.  y  CHIBOPRACTIC.  Dr. Ernest Shaw of 250 Twenty-second Avenue east is demonstrating bis  ability and tbe efficiency of bis art to  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 close to the car line  on Main St., any time between 1:30  and 6 p.m.  Agents for Weman's Bakery.  HMMMIMilllimiMMH millllH  '���������q  ���������v  4-  f  ^���������S*  -<  Vt  y  ty\  **i  1  h*i  MMIMMUMmMIH'MMMIMMMiMMMIMIIMIH  Western  AMATEUR BA8EBAUL  Appended   is  the  schedule  of  the  Lower    Mainland    Baseball    League,  which opened the 1st of July with the  People's Trust Co., Ltd., at New West-  whlch   opened   the   first   of   July g  minster, which was wen by tbe flnan-  iers.   The League is under the auspi-  es of tbe B. C. A. A. U. and will comets for a silver cup and individual  ilver medals awarded by the People's  Trust Co., Ltd., of New Westminster.  Aug 3.���������Tigers and P. T. Co., Queen's  Park, N. W.  Aug. 3���������Pippins and Comets,  Simon  Fraser School, Vancouver.  Aug. 10���������Pipipns and P. T. Co., Bridge  Street, Vancouver.  Aug.  10���������Comets and  Tigers,  Simon  Fraser School, Vancouver.  Aug. 17-rComets and P. T. Co. Queen's  Park, N. W.  Aug. 17���������Pippins and Tigers, Mount  Pleasant, Vancouver.  Aug. 24���������Pippins and P.T.Co., Queen's  Park, N. W.  Aug. 24���������Comets and Tigers, Mount  Pleasant, Vancouver.  Aug. 31���������P. T. Co. and Tigers, Mount  Pleasant, Vancouver.  Sept. 7���������Comets and P. T. Co., Simon  Fraser School, Vancouver.  Sept.  7���������Pippins  and  Tigers,  Bridge  Street, Vancouver.  Be sure to keep a pair of old scissors in the kitchen for the purpose  ���������of cutting raisings, lettuce, celery,  etc.  When cooking spinach, cook in a  cheesecloth bag, easily lifted and  drained dry. '  (PublUhedIfofttMy)  It n4moit m<}e8|>e**iio|e to you.  No otfcer # medium wjjl givejrow sweh genet  such; wfosftictory  fcformtfon  ������rxrat MctJ*  activity in this great growing province.   Whet  ������ Methodist or not you are interetted in HfetJ  movement  Bend your subscription to  ;  9hQQ *���������. QimVimeyyy.i  **********V*****'**iH* * MOI MIMMIHtllMmiMMM  tM������in������vlftMHt������v������l't������Ht  ���������t������tt������l������i������>������tt$tM>ltltt#  For good values in  mAU ESTATE ANP INVEST/HENTS  CaHon  ITRlM^tE & NORRIS  Cor. Broadway ai*J Westminster Rond  An Englishman and an Irishman  made a bet which could swim the  longest. On the day of the race the  Irishman came to the shore in a  bathing suit and a large satchel on bis  back. Tbe Englishman asked him  what he had in the bag.  "Provisions for three days," coolly  answered Pat.  "The bets off," said tbe Englishman, as he handed Pat the money.  A few days later he heard that Paddy couldn't swim a Btroke.���������Tit-Bits.  The Misses Dodd of New York are  visiting Mrs. Thomas AUen, Ontario  street  Paint  and its  effects  ItlpOrtCrS What a power PAINT has to  brighten, cheer and comfort our  q| lives.   Try this transforming in  fluence  and  have   your   house  Willi painted NOW  ��������� ������������������111 Estimates cheerful! y given.  Papers       Stanley & Co.  2317 Main St.       Phone Fair. 998  Paper  Hanging  Kalso-  mintng  Regfiuisg  Always in Mt. Pleasant  Phone Fairmont Uf7  Main Transfer Co.  Express, Baggage and Storage  Trunks Moved on Short Notice  Phone Fairmont 1177 Stand 2421 Scotia St.. Mt.  MacLACHLAN & MORGAN  HIOH   CLASS  BOOTS  AND  SHOES  OfOMarantm OarJWy  Ladle*', G-mtlemen's aad  Caildren'a   at  halt city pricea.  BOOTS aad 5HOeS  Oar   loos   experience   an*  guarantee- good wot"  3330 Main St. and Cor. 18th Ave. and Main St~ *9  THE WESTERN GALL.  THE BORDER TAILOR  3138 Commercial St.  Four doors north of old stand  First class Ladies and Gents  suits made to order.    Best  workmanship guaranteed.  Cleaning and Pressing  Phone Fairmont 1217  x  LEADER  GROCERY  J. WEARN, Prop.  Leader Creamery Butter, 3 lbs. for $1.00  ��������� Flakes 3 for 25c  Canned Cream, 10 oz,, 3 for 25c  Worcester Sauce, 3 for....  ...25c  VICTORIA ROAD, CORNER BODWELL ROAD  Every Line a Special  ��������� AT ���������  E. BENNETT, Gash Grocer  Opposite fire Hall, Cedar Cottage  Delivery'"to any part........  July Clearance Sale of fancy Goods  AT THE  Cedar Cottage Stationery Co.  Watch the Windows for Bargains  3550 Coilisiifercial St.  B. D. HYNDMAN,  Manager.  Save paying rent. We have tor sale a 2-robuT cottage with lot 83x160  -sear car, price $1050.06.   Small cash payment, bal.ai5.00 per month.  JFOB SALE-At a bargain, a 5-room bungalow with fireplace and aU  ���������modern appliances, near Bodwell and Victoria Roads: price 13300, *500  cash, balance $35.00 per month.  NOTARY PU3WC  CJSPAJt COTTAGE  It you are building a home, be it a shack, a  bungalow or a mansion, you Can't get along without  wall board. W you want to make it comfortable  and artistic and save the present mess that plaster  makes, and the future risk of discomfort when it  cracks and falls in flakes on your nice new dining.  room carpet, use wallboard-  There are now several,kinds of wall board,  some good, that we are proud to recommend and  sell, and others that are neither good for the reputation of the vendor nor satisfaction to the purchaser.  We know wbat Wall Board is, for it was first introduced by us. We recommend ���������'Utility" Board as  proof against moisture, therefore safe to cover with  wall paper, kalsomine, or wall paint, if its natural  ���������color, (a light brown) is not considered good enough.  We have also a fine wood fibre board with pebbled surface, stronger and firmer than any other  board'on the market, called "Wanda" Board, and  lastly we have the wonderful indestructible Asbestos  Board, proof against the fiercest fire, a material  strong enough for the outside walls of a house and  indispensible for building or lining Garages, Furnace basements, Partitions, Light Walls, or whatever  protection against the risk of fire is necessary.  The prices are, repeetively:  "Utility" Board, 4cts.  "Wanda" " " 3cts.  Caiman's Asbestos 7 cts.  per foot, and all are sold in crates, which is the only  mode of packing that stands rail, wagon or boat  transport.  Call or write for samples and information as to  sizes.  W. C. THOMSON CO., LTD.  Builders' Specialists,  LABOR TEMPLE,  Cor. Dunsmuir & Homer Streets.  jgyWAPBEUOiX  (Corr*tMr, /������4 Sr l*rSOtvm*wt C*****r*r Camam #>������ 6me*ra������h*A*'J  proclivities would most naturally take,'i8*������**ttIn*' and then dove through *#lth  a chance of finding us at the ball park,  and the Iron Man's call of'your namej  might Just happen to reach the ears!  of whatever person wss trying to keepj  in touch." |  "I don't wish Joe McOlnnity anyj  harm." growled Brockett, "but I won't  suicide If bis club gets shut out' twen-  ty-nine straight games and winds up!  In eighth position. What business bas  be got with such a memory? Still,  that's all over now. This Kelly proposition Is what's worrying little Harry.  "Possibly," suggested the Cuban,  "the chief isn't taking such longj  [chances as we Imagined, especially!  when it's a case of entrusting im-;  portant messages to a couple of boys.)  His arm is long, his eye Is prettyi  nearly everywhere, and he has the!  best operatives of both the big de-;  tectlve. agencies at his call. In all'  probability, he has men detailed to'  ;watch out for us, and see that we'  don't run our heads Into any Bpecialj  danger. That would account, for the!  Kelly warning and the use of your!  own cipher." ;  "That seems the only logical explanation," admitted Brockett. "It's  seme comfort, then, to know that wet  ia headlong plunge, earning the ezecra.  (.tions of the guard.  \ "Seems to me," laughed Brockett as  .they gazed at the glittering panorama  -of New York, spread below them, "that  ���������anyone who might have been trailing  [us this time had to come over a locked  gate or lose out. That was the quickest move we've made yet."  The Cuban shook his head. "I hope  we are shaking ourselves free," he  'commented, "but, somehow. I'm worried. I have a depressed, gloomy sensation���������as if I knew something waa  sure to happen���������something that I  can't describe or even imagine. I  hope I'm wrong���������a few more hours  and we shall see."  They disembarked at Forty-second  land paced rapidly east in tbat strange  ^imeMnrrfmettr  A am bm ml Asm?   .  Sfwwr&������*r<*t#0WMFrr9  cry. a shrill chorus of Oriental Jargon  and half a dozen struggling Chinamen,,  their faces convulsed; with frenzy,':  their hands brandishing hatchets andj  knives, came weaving out of a little)  store. '  A thrown hatchet of most erratic1  aim clanged on the pavement at Solano's feet; a knife' scarce missed  Brockett's shoulder. The"' knot of  fighting Chinamen bore down upon)  tbem. Turning for a quick retreat]  tbey were confronted by another strug-j  gling crew, yelping as they came, evl-j  dently Intent on battle and destruc*)  tion. A hundred feet back the shouts!  of policemen and the rush of thelrj  heavy shoes could be beard, but be-j  tore "coppers" could arrive there  [would be time for three or four subjects of the emperor to get tbeir deathblow���������and for the white men caught'  between the fighting lines to receive  half a dozen accidental wounds.  A door opened and a shirt-sleeved;  man protruded  head  and  shoulders.  "In here, fellers���������you'll get killed  put there in one minute! Hurry,  now,'" Brockett and Solano needed  no Invitation. They flung themselves  through the hospitable portal, and sb  the door slammed to behind them a  .tempeBt of squalls and howls told of  jthe battle' in full swing. A moment  later came the hoarse bellows of the  big policemen; the sound of nightsticks  [falling on Celestial domes, and the  scurry of the beaten ones to cover.  The next Instant a cloth bag, shutting put the gas light as It fell, was  ���������.deftly brought down upon Brockett's  'head, while a coil of rope was whipped  (To be Continued)  CEDAR COTTAGE RATEPAYERS  The Cedar Cottage Ratepayers' Association is making very determined  efforts in the direction of annexation.  Some time ago it was decided that this  Association should get into touch with  all kindred associations in the Municipality for the purpose of exchanging  views and to arrange for something in  the nature of a conference. But here  difficulty has been encountered In find*  ing the names of the secretaries. Mr.  B. Bennett, secretary of the Cedar  Cottage Association, would esteem lt  a favor if the secretaries of the other  associations would send him their  names and addresses, so that he might  open up a correspondence with them.  Theatre  ��������� i  I!  am*************  nt **************************  k  4.  Drs. Wood and Thompson  DENTISTS  Long experience enables us to give you the best dental work.     AH ?  tj-ork is guaranteed.    We make a specialty of Plate Work,   Crowns and %  Bridges and all methods of Filling.   We invite you to consult us and f  Siave your teeth   examined for  which   no charge is made.     Painless j-  x&ethods employed. .;.  ���������J  .���������Oyer Granville Drug Store)              641 Granville St., Vancouver, B. C. *  Hours 9 a. m. to 6 p. m.       Open evenings by appointment       Sey. 3779 jr  r+**WK*H*#*HHS*#*****������*^^  PHONES:  Office Seyuour 864  les. Seymour 2179L  SWce: .W-IW Bodson Block  25 telngs Street. Easl  ti    AM. BEATTIE  JliiC$Qaeert , Appraiser a������cJ.;Notary Public for British Columbia  General 'Real Estate?"fining' Broker, Financial Ageiit  are under powerful protection, but it!  makes me feel rather small just the!  same."  "Plenty of time yet." philosophized'  the Latin. "We will have all the adventures on our own book, and with*;  put any protection, thst are coming!  to us.   Watt and see."  The boys left the subway two sta*.  tions further on, doubled up a short/  slanting street, turned Into another,;  running at almost a V-sbaped angle,  and landed in a tiny triangle of vacant ground, with an old hotel to the  south, a row of worn and shabby stone  houses to the north, and tbe bright  lights of Broadway only a short walk*  to tbe east. Taking possession of ai  bench in the little park, they proceed-!  ed to hold a council of war, confident;  that, even in the gathering night no',  spy could approach them close enough!  to cause annoyance.  "I believed, when we started," said!  Brockett, "tbat we could wander;  around New York till some time to-,  morrow night, and make so many turn-!  ings that no one without a flock of!  bloodhounds could ever find us. I1  think differently now, though���������I can/  hardly say why. For my part, I think,  we should lose ourselves in the maze*  of this burg for a few hours only, then  recross to Jersey and be on our way  by a midnight train. How about it,  Ramon?"  "Fully agreeable," replied the Cuban. "In fact, I was just planning out  a route tbat won't consume much,  time, but ought' to tangle-foot anyone,  who is exhibiting a loving interest in,  us. How is this: Walk to Sixth ave-j  nue and Twenty-third street. Take  the 'L' road to Forty-second. Trot1  over to the Grand Central station of-  tbe subway, on Forty-second, and rfde'  to the downtown district, getting off,!  we will say, at Canal. Walk over toj  the Bowery, mix In with the crowd;  turn Into . Mott or Doyers street���������ini  Chinatown���������and travel fast to the lit-j  tie park at Mulberry Bend. Cut;  through the park, and keep on west  to Broadway. Ride up Broadway to*  Twenty-third again, then cross over;  on Twenty-third to the ferries. How^  does that seem for a course that will!  bother anybody to follow?" j  "Looks good to me," briefly an-j  swered Brockett, rising. "Let's starti  in a hurry." And glancing over the)  little park and the adjacent streets j  without seeing any sign of inquisitive-  followers, the boys struck out on their'  devious journey. They reached Twen-'  ty-third street and Sixth avenue in a  few minutes, seated themselves on  the bench beside the uptown tracks,  and allowed two trains to pass without making a move to board either1  one. ��������� A third train rolled up; the  youngsters waited till the gate was  Commercial St.  Complete Change of Programme Three Times per wk.  Theatre Fire-proof throughout  Pictures the Best Obtainable  The Star Blacksmith Shop  AUttt V McCready  Westminster Rd. and  Commercial St.  Horse-Shoeing and  Wagon Repairing*.  Try Our Lunch Room  HOME COOKING  Ice Cream, Tobacco and Cigars  FrdSef'S The'one and Only  Car Termnius Victoria Road  Our    Motto    " Cleanliness."  thoroughfare-���������the leading annex  t'  Broadway.    A  foreigner  wanderlm  westward   from  the   station  baiter  them to ask the name of some stree  whereof neither lad had ever beard  a storm of automobiles   seemed   U  burst upon them at Fifth avenue, and.  to the supreme disgust of Soisno, a  'Uttle, chocolate-colored man, with s  'twisted mustache and   beady   black  eyes, hailed him In effusive Spanish,  'delaying their progress for a minute  or so.  "Venezuelan," Solano explained, as  tbey hurried on. "Confirmed revolutionist. Used to make headquarters  In Havana when the revbluting trade  was slack, and called several times on  my father. Wish be hadn't recognized  me���������he called out my name almost as  ���������loudly as your friend McQInnity called  yours."  : In tbe great station of tbe subway  tbe boys adopted the same tactics  ithey had practiced at the "L" road���������  'permitting several trains to go by,  ;and then bolting aboard tbe next one;  just in time to escape jamming in the  gate. Tbey were whizzed downtown  rapidly enough, and crossed eastward  ln Canal���������a thoroughfare tbat is full  of life and bizarre transactions'  through the day, but dark and well-  nigh empty in the night.  "Fine, lonesome region this, Ramon," muttered Brockett, keeping a  vigilant eye to right and left as they  paced along.  "I forget which of the great New  York gangs is in charge of this particular section," said tbe Cuban���������'  "whether the Five Points or the East-,  mans."  "According to the magazines,"'  Brockett responded, "tbls must be the*  very heart of the territory where the;  Apaches of New York hold forth. In  case of a hold-up, dont stop to argue���������  shoot, and keep right on running'."  The Eastmans and tbe Five Points,-  however, did not seem to have even!  outlying sentinels ln Canal street, and'  no one even paid any special attention to the adventurers as they  crossed over Into the Bowery. That  famous old street, fountain-head of;  song and story, and in no actual man-:  ner any different from any other ���������  street which is the main avenue of the;  poor and lowly, was traversed at a:  steady gait. The boys mingled withj  the swarming crowd of Hebrews and;  Italians, walked southward, and, when;  .the garish lights of Chinatown burst;  upon them, turned into Doyers street;  ���������a short, oddly angled alley that;  forms one boundary of the Celestial  colony.  Chinamen in their native costumes,!  Chinamen in natty black clothes of1  civilization, drawn-faced dope fiends,;  heavily treading policemen, rubber-;  neck wagons bearing pop-eyed tour-.  iBts���������all tbe usual throng that go to;  make up the evening life of China-!  town���������passed back and forth. Slumming parties swarmed up the stairs of.  the chop suey restaurants, eager to  taste Chinese dishes, the like of which;  were never seen or heard of in the;  Yellow Kingdom, and the spell of an  excitement that is nine-tenths artificial and created seemed to overhang  the little crpohed street. Brockett  and Solano pushed through the swarnv  jostling good-naturedly or avoiding'  collisions . wherever possible. They:  had traversed perhaps half the length  of Doyers street when there was a;  If You Are Sick  CALL ON  IEHNEST SHAW, P. CI  (Doctot of Chiropractic)  250 22nd Avenue East  Chiropractic succeeds   where  medicine fails.  Hours 1:30 to 6 Consultation free  PHONE: Fairmont 1595  WM.  RATHIE  Cor. 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We deliver Stumping Powder  Tuesdays and Fridays only.  If yon are not satisfied with your  present Grocer call or phone us and we  will send our man to. call on you at  once. We are proud of our store and  would like to have you see it. Our men  are the best that money can buy and  we guarantee to satisfy our customers  both in soliciting orders and in our  delivery.  Your orders called for and  promptly delivered  HORSESHOEING  MILLS & HOOKER  Practical Hofse Sheers  And General Uacksnith  Registered under the Worshipfu  Company of Farriers, London, Eng.  Thorough knowledge of Anatomy. Special attention given  to defective feet Repairs of all  kinds- promptly and thoroughly  done.  90909 Oppoaite West Burnaby School  Give us a trial.  flow About your  Winter Woo4  Good W in. and 4 ft. Pry Fir  in stock now.   Prompt delivery.  ��������� A,.|LTAYliOB  Residence: Smith Avenue  Central Park, B.C.  Palmer & Goodwin  MWersand  Contractors  Jobbing Work in ail its branches  Estimates furnished free  L.������  p. 0. RJlty, ft* i  Residence: West Burnaby Cafe  ��������� >*** ********* ii mum i ** ************** it***********  :: Collingwood, Central Park ii  !; and Vicinity LfeES ii  ;"      Advertising copy and News Items should he sent, in to above address  ' '  $   by Tuesday ovening of every week.       <- / .,  McKay^B. C, July 22.���������Many people  who live in a city imagine, when they  are induced to live in the suburbs  that their good time would be at an  end. Such is not the case with a good  many who live in the vicinity of McKay, Burnaby. Some may say when  they read this, where is McKay? For  the information of those who do not  know, it is just about half-way between Vancouver and New Westminster, on tbe Central Park B. C. E. Ry.  It is here where some one has been  far-sighted enough to erect a large  business block with an immense- hall  above.   It is a fact that this hall bas  DROWNING AT DEER LAKE.  McKay, July 30.���������John Carver, a  young man residing at Royal Oak, was  drowned in Deer Lake last evening.  Carter, who was in bathing with two  other young men at the old bathing  beach at the northwest end of the  lake, was something of a swimmer,  but appears to have been overcome  from cramp. His comrades, who were  some distance away from him In the  water, which Is very deep at this  place, heard his cries for help, and  went to his assistance. One ot them  was able to seize him, but was com*  polled to leave him to save his own  life.   He returned as soon as he had  recovered his strength, but was un*  one of the best hardwood floors that'able to locate the body. The.Burnaby  can be found anywhere on the coast.! P0"06 *?re ���������*-*���������*���������*. and at Once set  mu. -,'  ',     *���������-       ���������'������������������     .*-*���������.     *-       about dragging'for the body, but at a  This is also tbe opinion that has been ^ hour ^ ^ ^ ^ ^^  expressed by the many patrons. JJsu-1 ceMfu- ln their que8t  ally a dance has been held on Thurs*' ���������. ���������.���������������������������  day evenings, but the management has  now decided to hold these weekly  dances every Friday evening commencing at nine o'clock. Music is sup-  piled by a full orchestra and Is of the  very best calibre. /  Anyone.who is a lover of good mu  sic and dancing is made only too welcome, ' as the Manager is Intent on  doing everything that can be done to  insure a good and Jovial time to ail.  Invitations, however, to be secured  only from tbe manager. Anyone wish-  *ng to rent above hall for clubs or  meetings can get' full information from  Manager, P.O. Box 236, McKay, B. C.  BURNABY  8CHOOL8  All close to Bank, Post Office  School and Churches  Large lots thoroughly cleared $50 cash,  $10 per monWi  4 and 5 room cottages fully  modem from $200 caah with the  "balance on eaiy monthly payments.  fire insurance  Conveyancinq  Pominion Express orders sold.  Th'*s the cheapest and best way  to remit money.  Phone. Collingwood 24  P. O. Box 25, Collingwood East  RCAL ESTATE  Loons, Insurance, etc., Notaries Public  Joyce Strkf.t, Collingwood Bast  Trustees Will  Consider Erection of  Another School in North Burnaby  F. H. McCort  Central Park  Opposite Agricultural Hall  Hardware, Paints, Oils, Builders' Supplies  Stoves, Ranges and Kitchenware  Special prices on Ranges.   Call in and see  them." :- ���������.'���������:������������������ y::;y':[y  iniiiii  llllllll.l KMHIII s*Q-*****������**n������a>S*l  If you want to buy,  sell or trade real estate see US.  SEE THESE  2 roomed 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 Co.  Real Estate and  Insurance  Pbone: Collingwood 35  Collingwood Cast, B.C.  Fixtures, Wiring and all  Electric Repairs  J. TBIFF  ELECTRICIAN  Residence Postoffice  Central Park        Collingwood East  ^������ ******* ."* ******  Do You Know  We handle a Foil Line of  Vegetables which are always  Fresb.  Butter, fully guaranteed to suit  the most particular, 3 lbs.. .$1.00  Egg s, the same as you buy from  your neighbors, 3 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  always guarantee a full line of  the best meats.  I  Burnaby Meat  Market  McKay    -    -   B.C.  < *MKMt^Xo4li-*gwoo(l 09  West Burnaby, July 29.���������The trustees ot the school board have been approached'with reference to the continuation ot Bow road across West  Burnaby school ground. The matte/  was urged upon them by a deputation  from York road, who pointed out that.  It would be of great convenience to  people living in that neighborhood.  The request waa held over for further  consideration by the board.  Mr. W. J. Holdom wrote in reference to obtaining a school site in block  6, J), U 127, North Burnaby. where be  urged the necessity of establishing a  scbool. The, trustees resolved to look  into the matter-  Architect Bowman reported to the  board tbat the addition to the West  Burnaby scbool was now completed  and ready to be taken over by the  board. Chairman Mayne stated that  he bad inspected the new portion and  found everything in order and it will  now be taken over by the board.  The architect was also heard with  reference to tbe plumbing at the  schools at Inman avenue and Armstrong avenue, and be was instructed  to advertise for tenders for the necessary work, these to be in by August 5.  It was resolved to purchase seats to  the value, of $800 for new schools.  The special committee having read  the report on fire extinguishers, it was  resolved to purchase twenty Childs  fire extinguishers at $12 each.  MiBs Sipprell was appointed to Du-  thie school at a salary of $65 per  month.  yy- ' BEL*, THEATRE  The free entertainment.given at the  Bell Theatre last Wednesday, demonstrating the advance in the moving  pictures, was a great success, and the  crowd was past expectations of the  manager, who certainly provided a  splendid programme. The story of  "The Letter with the Red Seals" was  very Interesting, being taken from a  part of the French Revolution. The  Humors of animal life was exceeding*  ly good, showing the habits, feeding  of young birds, ferrets at play, the life  led by a raven, and an Owl. This was  followed by a real laughable comedy,  "Toto as Doorkeeper," which brought  tbe house into fits of laughter, as also  did the "Invisible Thief," another rattling comic. The scenic picture was  most htagniflcent, showing a lovely  piece of scenery in Franco. Right here  I would like to mention that one doesn't ha**e to travel, when the moving  picture' manufacturers produce these  origlnst Dtetures of Snrope and differ  ent parts of the world.'  The show concluded with a good  drama; "An Italian Gratitude," with a  good moral.  The manager In a few words ex<  plained the advance ln tbe moving  picture world of the present day, and  be alsft mentioned that while he is at  preset*Vgiving as good a show as any  suburban house, he is hot satisfied  with that but would like to give the  best show of any house. To accomplish this .he only requires the support of the Collingwood district At  the matinee next Saturday he is giving a prise to the girl and boy baving  tbe lucky dumber. Next week a 3-  reel feature, 'The Death Ship," will be  shown.,  Summer Time-Just a Word With You  This is the best time to re-paint your house or building*-,  fences, etc. We carry a full stock of Paints, Oils, Varniahea  Painter's Supplies, etc., and the prices ARE RIGHT.  .".J. ; ,'T,*SX:       v'.^W'^l  *&o:yrXir������.xz{y*tiM  'kyy~���������m*&iim  rit'-:'X '���������  al  Cor. McKay and Westminster Rd. Ordera Solicited and Delivc  Phone Collingwood 73  I I II l'������^e^������0���������������������������^ !S I S 1 ������^<i^*������*������*t���������-an   Ill   m:,  I  ���������xy  Special Gospel meetings will (D. V.)  be commenced in the Gospel Tabernacle, corner Westminster and Joyce  Roads, Sunday, August 4, at 7:30, and  continue week nights except Saturday,  at S o'clock. Conducted by D. R. Scott  and others. "Ruin by the Fall/' "Redemption by the Cross of Christ," "Regeneration by the Holy Spirit." All  heartily invited. Come! Bring your  Bible and leave your pocket book at  home.  Joyce Street will be one of the best  business streets in South Vancouver,  judging by tbe number of new stores  and buildings now in course of erection. Mr. Foreman is building on the  southeast corner of the B. C. E. R.  track is well on the way to completion. There will be three stores on  the ground floor, aud offices and suite  of rooms above. Mr. DeLong's building on the other corner has been  started, and the sub-contracts will be  let Soon. This will also contain stores  and offices. . The B. C. Telephone Co.  are also building an exchange close  by. Another building which will be  built soon is one on the corner of Government and Joyce streets.  The Sunday School of the Baptist  Church. Collingwood, held their picnic  to Green's Park, New Westminster, on j  Wednesday, and yesterday the Sunday'  school of St. John's Church, Central!  Park, went to the same place. Both  had a very enjoyable time.  ������������M������������������*������-I������������������**4������������*������*  Phone:  Collingwood 18  Box 22  Collingwood  WM. H. KENT  &S0N  Real  Estate   Agents  JOYCE MAO N..COUJNCWOOD CAST  We have several good buys  in Burnaby  Collingwood East  Nice 4 room bouse, on a 45-foot  lot, all modern, on Joyce street;  13800; $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. $2150; cash $26 per month inclusive.  FARM NOTES.  At a recent conservation meeting in  Lansing, George B. Rowe, of Grand  Rapids, emphasizing Michigan's advantages for fruit growing. Michigan,  he said, contains over 30,000,000 acres  of tillable land. "Of these 20,000,000  acres are under the plow and one-  third of one million acres is planted  to fruit of different kinds. From the  acres devoted to fruit we take approximately $10,000,000 worth of fruit,  but we should take $40,000,000 worth.  There are more than 2,000,000 acres  of good number one fruit land in the  state. The natural climatic conditions of Michigan furnish more safeguards to the fruit grower than can  be found in any other section of the  United States. The record of thirty  years shows that our injuries from  cold winters or frosty springs have  been less than in any other fruit growing section in the country. Our transportation facilities are far superior to  those found in any other fruit growing section. There is no state in the  Union that can place its fruit in the  great consuming centers more quickly  or cheaper than it can be done from  Michigan."  BELL THEATRE  O. W. BURNEY, Manarer  JOYCE  ROAD     1  BAST COLUNOWOOD  - The moving pictures shown at this theatre are of the very best  able, nothing objectionable is allowed by the management.  Amusing  Instructive  During the summer months will open on  only.   Children's matinee Saturday.  Educational  Wednesday and Mtowaaf  1 ,*���������*  . . ..V -n;������i,ij  ��������� xyyyy&tiyk  ': . y&t;xy$s������m  ?y<yi^mi  ���������\p0;y^m  ^���������yyyyymM  yyyms^f$m  " a^^i^dwf*1  yyyMmi  m*-y0$m  ������w:ymmi  ���������y.y"wv$m  yyxy:y^i  "'���������'���������������������������'V:;';*'.W"fl(|  yymm  .1- '..y-.^ ':;������������������." ���������'}%*  yyyym  Before letting your Paintino and Paperlumgiiii set  Hw  for the Hest atf n>ost ailfcto wort  MocOfO avenue, Ctiiktjwoo*: p. 0.  l������ymmmf  yy������y^M  ym  Puxtotv Watson & Co.  gliders and Contractors  Let us give you a figure on your building,  provided.  Plan*  Box9  Centra} ftrt  GRANT PHIPPS  Estimates on all classes of electricalwork  Joyce Road c  ���������  NEED NERVE  EAM.Y   INPIiCHETIOM  fxceaaet Have UNDWI-  mntv youh aYOTw*  Then������--rt������c***rtt������lan*^'<*Mofthftbo<*rfotI>sjt  tiiitig thst aebiliute* tbem ������iU we������ken ull ocf-ua ������C  tbe system. Est*** M*K-*Mi*M������ aud Cs������w*M  ruined thousands of promisiiiK younx men. Oi  Drains bap their rlgorand rltality aad tiiey n<!������erde-*������top  to a 'iro*ier condiUonof man bond. Tliey remain wsstk-  linr^, mi iitnlly, physlcrjly aad sesually. H*w t-awf-wtf  Arc you nervous and wrak. despondent ana gloomy.  R-jCcks before tiie eye* with dark circles under thssrt.  wmk bneic, kidneys irritable, palpitation of tha heart.  bashful, debilitating dreams, asai-cent in urine, pi-nptes  on the face, eyes sunken, hollow cheeks, careworn eat*  l)ic-#ion, poor memonr, Uteleai, di^triistCul, lackenets***  nod stpcngtli, tired mornings. reit!e*������ nii-bu, chaa*-a-  aule moods, preanaturedecay, bone paina, hair tooae,ata.  ��������� *    -J a���������a Msn-ssB-kSkstiM ***'-   -* - -   -  yw9aaam999M W*aw*r**mma *9jaamam  Thisi������tJbo������-Mditl*m*Mr New MstlMtl Ti  GUARANTEED TO CUM*  We luive treated Diseases of Moo for almost a  time aad do  not  nave to experiment. Coasal  FREE OP CHARGE  nnd we will tell you whether you aro curable or  yN*i tTQam*a\*9bb~9 ciavaUo cases ot  NERVOUS DE-HUTY. VARICOSE VEINS.  AND  SKIN   DISEASES.   GLEET.  BLADDER  URINARY AND KIDNEY COMI-UUNTS  Ftwo Booklst m Diississ of Meev If utwhfe fs> t  writs for   QUESTION LIST FOR HOME TREAT-aTENT  Drs KEHMEUr&KEHNEOY  Cor. Michigan Ave. and Griswold St.*   Detroit, Mich.  fBM-a*****sj-B*gaai ATIJ^ P A^ letters from Canada must be addressed  B^^^L^^"*' ��������� I wfc to our Canadian Correspondence Depart*  aa^^Or aaaaaaaaaaaat ment in Windsor, Ont. If you desire to  see us personally call at our Medical Institute in Detroit as we see and treat  ao jiansaH in our Windsor offices which are for Coirespondence and  Laboratory for Canadian business only.   Address all letters as fallows:  DBS. KENNEDY 4b KENNEDY, WnaaVwr, Os*.  Write fee out nilyate nditi tes.  Prillfifl<r Terminal City Press, Ltd,  I   I 111 Ull������   im Westataster Rd.        Pkoae Fatr-me \\*% THE WESTERN GALL.  Keep Careful Watch on the  FOR  Special Announcements  In the meantime, remember to buy your FRUIT from us.    We  an? the cheapest house in town for fine quality.    We have arrange-  wnts that insure absolute fresh shipment deliveries. All varities Melons, Apricots, Peaches,  Bears, Prunes, Currants, Berries of every sort, Tomatoes and all fresh Vegetables, etc.  (The workingman should buy his TOOLS and HARDWARE from us. This department  asunder the supervision of an expert and we can serve you well at half the money a hard-  ****������re merchant can. For Groceries and Provisions our name is a household word. Look  farr some specials in Sugars this coming week. Stationery, China, Glass, Dry Goods. House-  fornishings and Drugs.   Remember the Soda Fountain.  Phone:  3472  3473  THE HONIG  1    56-58 and$0 HASTINGS STREET EAST  Phone:  Sey.  3472  3473  COFFEE MADE IN A PERCOLATOR  f.'  is different to coffee made  the ordinary way. The  real coffee flavor is retained  without the (strong harsh  taste so noticeable in ordinary coffee.  With the Manning-Bowman Aluminum Percolator  you do not require so much  coffee to get the same results.   It pays for itself. .  We Specialize in Aluminumware  The airmromWe Hardware Co., 144.  "*qoe Sey. 3025     ������     ������ 75! OnmvMIe St.  PRINTERS ENJOY  ANNUAL "FUNFESr  nt)*************************************************  Haney factory Sites fiave-waterf rontage and  trackage, are only twenty-six miles from Vancouver  and on tnermain line of the C. JV Jl. Port Haney  afcreaclyboastsof asawmill an4brickyard, so tbat  In moving ypnr factory to Haney you are not  ���������pioneering, kots vary in size from one to five  acres with from one hundred to two hundred feet of  waterfrontage.   Prices from |25 per foot.  Houses to Rent  3436 Sophia street, 6 rooms, modern.    $31.50 ���������������  : per month.  935 17th Avenue east,. 6 rooms.   $25 per month. I:  19th and Ontario, 8 rooms, new and modern. ;���������  ; $40 per month.  2420 Victoria street, 11 rooms, newly decorated, i:  | $45 per month.  14th Avenue near Ontario street, & rooms.   $35 j  per month.  Corner 7th ancTMain, 8 rooms.    Rent $40 per ::  ; month.  John street near 18th Avenue, 6 rooms,  new  ��������� and modern.   $25 per month.  743 15th Avenue east, 6 rooms.   $25 per month.  Store on Main street near Broadway, fitted up  for real estate office.   $80 per month.  V: 1  LOUGHEED & COMPANY  2343 MAIN STREET  PHONES: Fairmont 496,497 |  *���������<*������."! 4 <****+4"*4*4>*4"V*** M-* *Q*4'**4*'****4'*4'*******4*****  Advertise in THE GALL  The members ojt the Vancouver  Prointers' Board of Trade held their  annual "funfest" at beautiful Bowen  Island on Saturday, 27th Inst They  were accompanied-on the day's outing  by their families, business office staff  and lady friends, making up a party of  about 175. Beautiful weathefr prevailed and all present enjoyed the  day's pleasure immensely. The affair  was somewhat different than the ordinary picnic, aa Oie printer* had supplied an abundance of refreshments  for the entire party, Including a midday dinner at the local hotel, which  enabled the ladies present to enjoy the  day free from the anxiety and work  of preparing refreshments. The foV  lowing committee bad the affair in  hand:  General Committee���������A. 0. Bagley.  chairman; t. W. Hasting*. J. G, To4-  aunter, John Bedford, secretary..  Sports OoinniUtee���������-a. A* PwrtoUf  chairman; T. J. Ckirley, ������ M. vAlnen,  E. HI. Fleming W, 8. ParJ.es, p. A.  Biggs.  Refreshment Co**4mttee---J". Cowan,  chairman; J. C. Nicholson, E. Rblan,  S. C. Graham, Jas. M. Murie, M* U  JeweU, W. C. Stewart  An excellent programme of sports  was arranged by the sports committee.  Tbe several events were keenly contested an4 we herewith give tbe winners in each event, together with the  prises presented:  1. Boys' race, ages 7 to 12,75 varus,  Edgar Bagley, 1st, baseball glove; Bud  Addison, 2nd, base ball mauk.s  2. Girls* race, ages 7 to 12,75 yards,  Isabel Whitacre, 1st, silver necklace;  Virginia Bagley 2nd, sliver bracelet.  3. Small boys' race, ages 5 to 7, 50  yards, Herb Beatty, 1st,, base ball  glove; Jack Wolfenden, 2nd, base ball  glove.  4. Little girls' race, ages 5 to 7, 25  yards, Evangeline Bagley, 1st, doll;  Eleanor Alpen, 2nd, doll.  5. Little tots' race, boys and girls,  3 to 5, 25 yards, Joe Stuart, 1st, large  rubber ball; Robbie Alpen 2nd, music  box.  6. Young ladles' race, 75 yards,  Miss Wilson, 1st, silver card case;  Miss Woodroofe, 2nd, pearl brooch.  7. Men's  race, 100  yards. Gordon  Bagley 1st, inkstand; W. E. Nicholson,'  2nd, fountain pen.  8. Married ladies' race, 50 yards,  Mrs. Byington, 1st, cut glass bowl;  Mrs. Herman, 2nd, silver syrup jug.  9. Three-legged race, 50 yards, H.  M. Alpen .and V. A. Straube, gent's  wallet and playing card case.  10. Needle threading contest,  ladies, 25 yards; Miss Maddock, 1st,  silver cake plate; Mrs. Todhunter, 2nd,  silver mounted butter dish.  2. Putting the shot, P. S. Nicholson, 1st, gold cuff links; W. E. Nicholson, 2nd, cigar lighter.  22. 'Blindfolded race, open, 50 yards,  Miss B. Moore, 1st, silver pudding  dish; Bert Bagley, 2nd tobacco jar.  13. Throwing baseball, ladies, Miss  Maddock, 1st, handsome blouse set;  Miss B. Moore, 2nd, scissors set.  14. Soda biscuit eating contest,  open, Mr. Willson, 1st,; auto strop  safety razor; Mr. Pethick, 2nd, gold  stick pin.  15. Tug-of-war, printers vs. supply  men. Handsome medals presented to  the winning team. Won by the printers' team.  16. Children's scramble, open to all  children under 5 years.  17. Consolation drawing, open to all  ladies not having won prizes in any  previous event.  Baseball match, Lightweights vs.  Heavyweights. Lightweights .victorious, score 15 to 5.  POPULATION OF  THE UNITED  "Within a period of fifty years the  population of the United States Increased 33 per cent, while the number of insane and feeble-minded Increased 950 per cent., according to  the recent census, practically all of  which lo-due to the chronic and excessive use of alcohol in one form'or  another, and narcotics. Degeneracy Is  shown in the lessened fertility of the  nation. In five years the birth rate in  the United States fell of 33 1-2 per  cent."  Dr. MacNicholl then compared statistics collected by himself, in which  he showed that of abstainers, ninety  per cent, of the children were normal  as against seven per cent, of those  with alcoholic parents. He declared  that the degeneracy taint is hereditary\l  and noted the fact that the tendency  passed through three generations of  children in ten families of drinking  parents. For every child that died of  abstaining parents, five died of parents  addicted to one form or another of  narcotics. Taking these figures, he  asserted that since the beginning of  the century, 1,000,000 babies under two  years of ago had died as the result of  the drink habit of their parents. The  remedy, he believed, would be to treat  alcoholism the same as we treat other  forms of epidemic diseases.. <- ;  It has always been a bone of contention whether alcoholism should be  treated as a disease or.as a crime, but  it is both. A diseased condition.'of  mind ancl body lead up to it, and a  diseased condition of more aggravated  sort result from it.  The alcohol victim also commits a  crime against himself and against posterity. He also helps to plungs his  owngeneration downward toward the  pit of demoralization. He ought to be  arrested for his moral offenses and  cured of his demoralizing habits. He  Is not fit to be at liberty. No drunkard is. He is insane when drunk, and  probably semi-insane when sober, else  he wouldn't allow himself to get  drunk. y~y  HINT8.  vWhen tired of sweet jellies: and  )ams, try lemon honey for sandwiches  and tarts. Beat well together one  cupful of sugar, one egg and butter  site of a walnut. Add Juice and grated  rind of one lemon. Stir well, put Into  a double boiler, cook slowly till thick,  avoid stirring after It begins to cook.  Add tiny pinch of salt.        J  Instead of spreading out sheets and  Ironing them by themselves try this  plan: Fold tbe sheet in half, then  quarter, lay on Ironing board as  though to Iron. Now, Iron the rest of  clothes on top of sheet, turning it between pieces so as to reach all parts,  finally folding and begin on another,  sheet.  The Queen Tea Rooms  6i8 QranvlMe Street  Mmcbeon and Afternoon  Teas a Specialty  Cor. Main Str. and 16th Ave.  PHONE: Fairmont 899  BRANCH STORE: Corner Miles and Fraser Avenues  Phone: Fairmont 1167L  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*>������>*������������������������������������ **************************  THOS. WINfi Ladles' and Qeillemen's Tailor  Ladies'Suits |30 to 135 Silk Linings      Men's 8uits*25 to |35  Fit Guaranteed  968 Hichard St. near Dunsmuir Open till 8 p. m.  TOO INQUIgJTIVC.  "Bridget, didn't I bear you quarrelling  with the milkman this morning?"  ..-.  "Sure not! Hla hired girl's sick, an*  I was luqulrln'-aftber her. But he's  an impolite dlvll."  "How's that?"  "Says I. 'Hows your milkmaid?'  An' he looked mad an' says, 'That's a  thrade secret.' "���������Kansas City Journal. '.'������>'  w fpch wmim  1706 Oraeley Street  Suits Pressed 35c to 75c  High Class Work at Lowest  We Call and Deliver  MCYCLES  The best moderate priced wheel offered  is the  Nudgo-Wedge  ENGLISH MADE by the Rudge-Whit-  worth factory, and with their .reputation  behind it. Never fails to give satisfaction.  (Successors to Chas. E. Tisdall)  TISOAUS UMITEQ  919-99Q Hatting* 9U. We*t  117 A \IT C ri--G,r'B and boy8' men ant* women������to *earn stenography  Tf/T������n I CM==at Boyd's Shorthand Institute,   70s*  Dunsmuir St.  Only 6 to 8 weeks to te:ome competent.    Individual instruction.    Many  calls for stenographers daily.   Complete course $43.00.  Boyd's Shorthand Institute *������***  **t*>******4"Mf'M *l.������.|..Mvl"M"M-*   ���������������*������������������*��������������� tf*************** 1 *****  Bigger's  Watches  Possess every good quality  you  desire  in  a timepiece.  They Wear Good. Look Good.  Make Good.  Every high grade and reliable make of watches is rep-  presented in our stock.  Geo. Q. Bigger  Jeweller and Diamond Merchant  143 Hastings Street, W* j  ������������������������M-**"W'M"M"fr ****** 11 M U tr������  st  Many lots  around  GoUmgwoo4  ������the most prosperous suburb  of Vancouver"  are no longer  For Sale.   Act  now while there  are yet good  hpmesites at  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 Kd.   Phone : Collingwood 5  Advertise in-The Call

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