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 ,    V >''.<   '''������.-""*"   **,*.  ^;*XX.ttv^"Xr^^  t% v  i - ^  I  ocf 1 9 ZCM '^ft  Subscribe for  The. Western Call  Today  M-.  ^       ������������������ J   1    ., ^ sT     -^ * **-   i y <.^ ^ / I  SeeAdvt.  on Back Page and  Act To-Day   /  ,     '>    "   "l     4  Xv'r,  Published in the Interests of Oreater Vancouver and the Western People  VOLUME VI.  VANCOUVER, British Columbia, OCTOBER, 16, 1914  5 Cents Per Copy  No. 23  The Vatican and the Kaiser === See Page Fou#  \������  *  Does It Mattei What We Believe?   Behold Outcome of Higher Criticism in Louvain: Dinant arid Aerschott  Will the War p Last Long?   See Page Four  DOES IT HATTER WHAT WE BELIEVE  See Louvain, Dinant and Aerschott  Let no one say hereafter that creeds are of no  consequence.  l\ Dear old Protestant Germany, betrayed and  seduced by a century of higher criticism, at last  /alls a prey to Nietzsche and Treitschke and behold the outcome in Louvain, Dinant and Aerschot  ft and a hundred other places in Belgium and in  tf France!!  "As a man thinketh in his heart, so is he,"  and what he thinks in his heart is his creed,  whether it be in written or even spoken words or  no.   V  The English speaking world is today where  Germany was 50 years ago in this regard.   The  old standard creeds that were thrashed out in the  bloody sweat of the Protestant Reformation have  ,'��������� been discarded���������or if still retained in form���������held  with an intellectual string tied to them that permits a professor or preacher to subscribe to them  and. hold the emoluments of the church whilst  utterly disloyal to the church's standards.  X Is not this the teaching and. practice that has  begotten and trained a diplomat who, his breast  covered with the honors of one of earth's greatest-  empires, calls the documents to which the empire  has attached her signature and seal "mere scraps  of paper" to be discarded at her Imperial will and  whose utterances are backed by the United Empire. , ,   .'  V    We reiterate that, the theology and philosophy  jhat have in the last century dejtrgyed Protestant Germany and turned' ner" into "the "Mad  ������������������Dbg?-' of Europe, are today.paramount-.in the  higher educational centres of the English speaking  VForld and are rapidly percolating into tbe lower  I branches of our day schools and perverting our  Sunday schools.   This if WW SHimy.   To destroy  . |he German   mad   dog .without corralling and  'rendering innocuous those who have been  infested by his rabies would be a sorry cleian up  f for such an awful price. See to it, British Columbia.  a mm m vmm  0 Lord, Almighty and Everlasting God, who,  when thy people of old cried unto Thee in their  trouble, didst save .them out of their distresses;  Wd whose Son our Lord Jesus Christ did say,  whatsoever ye shall ask the Father in my name  | he will give it you:  Hear us, we beseech Thee, as we confess before Thee our many and great sins, 'and deplore  that not only each of us in his own life but that  ralUof-us as nations, andas churches, _have not  ! been mindful of thy holy will, but have been seh  ^fish, worldly, ttod unclean.  We are filled with pity for our fellow men  and brethren beyond the seas, and with wonder  that we escape thy judgments, which we do justly  deserve. Forgive us, Most Gracious God,; and  make us sincere in judgment of ourselves; and in  this time of temptation give tojror people, to usv  and especially to those set oyer ������������>, the Spirit of  Love^ of Peace, of Wisdom,- and of Godliness.  0 God, our Heavenly Father, our kindred in  blood and in faith are in great distress.   Those  L close to us fight against each other.   The dead  are multiplied; wounded men lie bleeding; sorrow and amazement are everywhere; cities are  ^desolate; the fields whicih Thou didst make rich  with (food for men lie unreaped; the ancient  ���������^.sanctuaries of the faith are threatened; the-great  I peoples whom we deemed Thou hadst raised up to  be witnesses and defenders   of   the   fiiith war  against each other; land hatred hath taken the  I place of love.  i We pray that the gates of hell may not prevail against thy church. We pray that the spirit  ^of selfishness and of-strife may not possess those  k������who have received the gospel of Jesus Christ. We  Ipray for thy peace in our time. Have mercy,  I Lord. Defend thy Christendom, that we may  \ 'evermore give thanks to thee.  ���������h . i x x tn ut nn m i m t ii 11 ni i unit  tt*  Panama, Oct. IS.���������A serious landslide in the Culebra cut at a, late hour  last night interrupted completely all  traffic through the Panama canal.  VShips in the canal have.been unable  to complete their passage. V  The report indicates that-there were  earth movements on both sides into  the channel from the slopes of Gold  and Contractor's hills, opposite each  other. Colonel Goethals and other  officials today were making an examination of the damage. It is said  trafifc through the canal probably  would be interrupted for some time.  %  YOUNG, ACTIVE, FULL OF LIFE���������GONE!  ���������������������������H"t''H'������������*<-*������*'M"M'������4M  \  1  'IkV"  f*i J  A SAD ACCIDPW  The death of Mr. W. R. Arnold,  caused by accidental shooting whilst  handling an automatic pump shot  gun, has removed- one of the 'really  active figures from the business life  of Vancouver. ;  The- verdict rendered by the coroner's juryr of "accidental discharge  of a shot gun" bears out the united  opinion of those who knew Mr. Arnold best, and also those who saw  him last.  Vancouver will miss the familiar  figure^oi one whose cheery smile and  Unvaried optimism as regar4s Vancouver and Canada was a tonic to all  who encountered him..  Citizens of Vancouver and district  turned but in large numbers yesterday to attend the funeral of the late  Mr. W. R^ Arnold, managing dir ;.-  tor of the Dominion Trust Company,  whose tragic death took place on  Monday.   A private service was held  in the family residence at ! o'clock  and at 2:30 ihe stately Masonic service, of which order the deceased-was  a member, was held in the chapel of  Center & Hanna, from whose prem  ises the remains were borne to Mountain View cemetery. All classes of  the community were well represented  at the latter service, and over 30C  members of Cascade Lodge, A.. F. &  A. Mi, folowed the remains to t'leir  last resting place.    ^     ,   :   l v  j The deceased was bortl in London,  England, . thirtyrone years ago, and  has resided in Vancouver for the last  sixteen years.  Mr. Arnold, leaves a wife and two  children; also a mother, three sister*  arid six brothers.  CANADIAN RED CROSS SOCIETY  ��������� ii i in in 11 ****** *** x ii:..t-i t-i ���������! "i x 11 it t x x i  The Ward V organization meeting  to handle the work of the Red Cross  Society was held on Tuesday evening at the depot, corner 10th avenue  and Carolina street, where a Targe  number of frineds and supporters of  the society met.^ ''.'..  ' Reports of the work already accomplished were presented by Mrs. W. H.  Ranson, Mr. Ernest Redpath and Mr.  W. H. Ranson.  Three cases of supplies left last  week for,the front containing 428  garments made by the 74 women  workers already connected with the  depot. ,       ?  The following officers were elected:   Chairman, Mr. A. P. Black; vice-  Chairman, Mrs. W. H. Ranson; Secre.  tary, Mr. W. H. Ranson. The position of treasurer which has been held  by Mr. Ernest Redpath, owing to an  omission in the constitution, was  obliged to be held overfOT confirmation until the next executive meeting.  Committee formed from members  fully qualified, Hon. H. H. Stevens,  M. P., Alderman E. C. Mahon, Mr.  Charles R. Dawson, Mrs. A. P. Black,  Mrs. J. L. Turnbull, Mrs. J. W. Wood-  side, representing the Presbyterian  King!s Daughters, Mrs. A. G. Stroy-  an, Mrs. LeMessurier, Miss Eligh,  Miss K. Leigh, Mrs. Hines, Mr. B.- F.  Croley, Mrs. Goldsmid, Mrs. Kemp.  Think of it, a 50c tea for 30c I Try  Duke's famous India and Ceylon, and  be convinced. Sold only at Duke's  Grocery, Hastings street and Gore  avenue. ,  . A few homes in Vancouver have  not yet tried Duke's Butter. As an  extra special inducement for all to  use this famous butter, 3 pounds will  be sold on Friday and Saturday for  90c at Duke's Grocery, Orange Block,  Hastings street and Gore avenue.  The monthly meeting will be held  on the last Tuesday of each month.  The thanks of the Society were  warmly accorded to Mr. Wright, the  Owner of the depot, The Western  Call, Mr. J. R. Seymour, chairman of  the meeting, and to a number of  friends who have contributed to the  cause in cash and kind.  The depot is open every afternoon  from 2 to :5 arid Thursday evenings,  7 to 9, where donations and workers  will be heartily welcomed.  The vice chairman or secretary will  be grateful for any opportunity to address meetings^ societies or guilds at  any time^ to explain the aims/objects  and working of the society.  PROGRESS OF TOE WAR  On Friday afternoon, the 9th October, Antwerp.,  was evacuated by the Belgian army, and the Germans' *  took possesion  Most of the Belgian army succeeded in making a'  junction with the Allies on the northwest coast. Twb '  out of the three brigades of British marines madegood  their escape, but one. brigade, with guns, had-to cross  into Holland, and are now interned there. At the  same .time a considerable force of Germans crossed  the Dutch border and after some resistance were taken  prisoners. ;  The Germans have, by the conquest of Antwerp,  made an undoubted' gain as far as "morale" is concerned, and stores arid war booty also. Moreover, the  stragetic value of Antwerp to the German forces is  very great, ending as it does all hope of a flanking,  movement on the part of the Allies.,  Antwerp gives another strong point for base of  supplies, and puts Germany more in touch with Holland than ever. It also secures to the Kaiser what, in  the hands of the enemy, would always have been 'a  good point bf aerial attack against the very vitals of  Germany, namely, the^ bridges over the -Rhine : at  Dusseldorf,' Cologne, tad Coblentz, and, the Krupp  works at Esseri." /  /  /  Evidently Antwerp could not have been saved without endangering the main position of the Allies. This  improves slowly as the days go by, and the British  French left wing is now well into Belgium again, and  has made a junction with the forces that evidently Have  been gathering for some time in northwest Flanders.  The importance of this new force is kept carefully concealed, but has evidently been strong enough to severely check the impetuous rush by the German right  wing after the fall of Antwerp.  The reinforcements hurired to General Von Kluck  have weakened the German centre and left, for here  the French are reporting continued progress and a  strong forward movement is expected.  The critics are disposed, both in Paris and London,  to view the main situation in the, west with solid satisfaction.  On the eastern front Russia again1 reports successes both, with the main Austro-German army, near  Warsaw, where a "great victory" with thousands of  captives, is slated and also south of Przemysl, where  l���������the.- Austrian troops have again been -badly-defeated;���������  The fall of Przemysl is hourly expected. The bombardment has been very heavy and continuous, and  Petrograd reports the garrison as practically' destroyed.  In the Baltic the German fleet is reported as again  active, and from Constantinople comes a threat of  action in the Black sea by the Turkish fleet, headed  by the Goeben and Breslau, and commanded by the  German admiral: On the other hand a despatch from  the Porte to Berlin says the Turkish army must be  demobilized, owing to lack of funds. We incline to  the view that Turkey will keep out of'it.  Portugal is mobilizing and will send,. troops to  Portugese Southwest Africa to co-operate there against  the Germans.  Little by little Germany's Colonial Empire is disappearing. South Africa reports a trifling rebellion  under General Maritz, but the great mass of Boers in  South Africa is not only pro-British but strongly anti-  German. General Botha is moving against the enemies' forces in Southwest German Africa( and ere long  the South African Union will extend her frontier from  ocean to ocean.  The German commerce has disappeared from the  seven seas, and ere long the Imperial flag will have  followed suit. ''  Unless Kaiser Wilhelm develops the ability of a  Napoleon, the German bolt has been shot, and final  crushing defeat only a matter of time. War, however,  is apt to have some sad surprises for those who engage in it. X  Duke's Grocery telephone number  is Seymour 2845. Make use of it-  Goods delivered to all parts of the  city.  LAST DESPATCHES  London, Oct. 16.���������H. M. S. Hawke has been  torpedoed and sunk by German submarine, and  .350 offieers and men lost.  Edinburgh, Oct, 16.���������German submarine pursued, forced to the surface and sent to the bottom  with a crash of gtm fire off the coast of Holland.  ,    London. Oct. 16.���������Losses   of   Germany   and  Austria are now computed to total 1.350,000 men.  .., , 2  THE WESTERN CALL.,  THE MT. PLEASANT  Friday, October 16, 1914  ������������������fr������������������������������������*���������������������������i  PHONE: FAIRMONT 506  AGENTS FOB  Pictorial Review PatterosiMagazli.es  MONTHLY FASHION BOOK FREE  COX.OHIAXi BBEWnfQ COMPABY,  KXMITED.  Special Sale  -OF-  Boys' Suits and  Women's Tan Shoes  WOMEN'S TAN BOOTS,  heavy tan calf, button or  lace; reg. to $6.00 ^ ae  clearing at..... __.a90  Juat because | they^are tan.  BOYS' SUITS, Norfolk and  double breasted, size 20 to  28; reg. to $6.00 4 A_  suit. Clearing at 2.95  MEN'S HATS, of soft felt,  rough and smooth finish;  regular to $2.50 4 m.m  Clearing at........    |aZO  INFANT'S SHOES, regular  65c to 85c pair ������.  Clearing at  .00  NEW WAISTS, as prettv  as you ever saw at $1.50  and up.  Our Millinery is Lower  in Price  Warm Blankets and Comforters  GET A BARGAIN BY SHOPPING  -in- ���������:'���������'������������������ ���������  COR. MAIN and 81H AVE.  Phone Seymour 0086  PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given  that under, the First Part ol Chapter 79  of the Revised Statutes of Canada,  1906, known as "The Companies' Act,"  letters patent have been issued under  the seal of the Secretary of State of  Canada, bearing date the 5th day of  September, 1914, incorporating Robie  Lewie Reid, King's counsel, David Stevenson Wallbridge and James Bruce  Boyd, barristers-at-law, William Reilly,  clerk, and Whitley Murray, student-at-  Irw, all in .the City of Vancouver., in the  Province of British Columbia, for the  following purposes, viz: (a) To carry  oh the business of brewers and matters  in all its branches; (b) To -carry on  any ancillaryr business, including but  not limited to hop merchants and growers, malt factors, corn merchants,  coopere, bottle makers, bottle stopper  malters, pottere, manufacturers of and  dealers in aerated and mineral waters  and other drinks, wine and spirit merchants, ice manufacturers, wheelwrights, millwrights, beer-house keepers and other business incidental thereto; (c) To build, purchase, construct  and operate beer brewing and refrigerating plants of any and every kind; (d)  To build, construct, develop and otherwise acquire steam and hydraulic powers and plants for any and all of the  above purposes, including the generation of electric power and energy, and  to use and dispose of any surplus powers thereof; to build, maintain and operate roads, tram way 8 and watercourses oh the property of the company and in connection with the above  powers or any of them; provided that  the above powers, when exercised outside of the property of the company,  may be subject to any municipal reu-  latlons ln that behalf; (e) To buy, sell  and handle and deal both wholesale and  retail in commodities, articles and  things of all kinds which can be conveniently dealt in by the company; '(f)  To lease, sell, Improve, manage and develop any property, of the company;  (g) To enter into any and all lawful  contracts with persons, corporations  and municipalities, companies and public and private bodies for the furtherance of any of the above purposes, including the right to acquire property  for paid-up capital stock in the company of other good and lawful consideration; (H) To hold shares in any  company with similar objects or carrying on any business which is germane  to the objects for wheih this company  is incorporated; (i) To purchase or  otherwise acquire any share or interest  in the whole or any part of the business, good-will and assets of any firm,  partnership or company doing a business in part or in whole similar to that  of the company, and to carry on, conduct and liquidate any business so acquired; (j) To amalgamate or join in  any similar business; (k) To act as  agents for any company, partnership or  person carrying on a Bimilar business;  (1) To purchase or otherwise acquire  and obtain provisional or other protection and licenses in respect of any inventions,, patents, trade marks, or  names, designs; copyrights, which may  appear to be or likely to be advantageous to the company, and to. grant exclusive or other licenses in respect to or  otherwise deal with the same; ;(m) To  apply, subscribe for, accept and hold  and dispose of any stock, debentures or  securities of any company or corporation carrying on a business, similar to  that which' this company is authorized  to carry on; (n) To pay for any services rendered to and any property or  rights acquired by the company in any  such manner as may be deemed expedient; <o) To sell, transfer or dis-  Sose of the whole or any part of the  usiness or undertaking of the com'  pany to any other company, whether  promoted by this company or not, or to  any person, firm or corporation, and to  accept; by way of consideration any  shares, debentures, debenture: stock,  bonds or securities of any such company; (p) To make cash advances to  customers and persons having dealings  with, the company and to give any guarantee and indemnity in connection with  any such person;,, (q) To do all acts and  exercise all powers in carrying on all  business incidental to the carrying out  of the objects.for which the company is  company is incorporated. The operations of the ompany to be carried on  throughout the Dominion of Canada  and elsewhere by the name of "Colonial  Brewing Company, Limited," with a capital stock of four hundred thousand  donars. divided into 4,000-shares of one  hundred dollars each, and the chief  place of business of the said Company  to be at the City of Vancouver, in the  Province of British Columbia-  Dated at the office of the Secretary  of State of Canada,, this 10th day of  September, 1914.   ���������  -THOMAS MULVEY,  Under Secretary of State.  11-2    . V  0-2 to 10-23 .  TO TBE SOOTSTEB Or  &AXDS  Vancouver Ijand District  by placing  their  Rent Collections  in our hands  PROPERTY MANAGED  AGREEMENTS.  BOUGHT ano  COUECTEI  Short  Loans  <x^  Of (v,-l ( 1  C RED I Tel  MONTHLY  SUB JtCT<-  CMtQUE,  9   C^   Dow FraserTrustG"^  122 Hastings   St   West  SAFETY DEF  BOXES FOR RENTt  -AT IT MERE SINCE I9CKT  Closed at 1:00 O'clock on Saturdays  Specially insured against burglary  '> ���������  and hold-ups.      4  NOTARY PUBLIC  Dow, Fraser Trust Co.  122 Hastings St., W.  GUARANTEED  American Silk  HOSIERY  We Want Vow to Know  The*e Hose  They stood the test when all  others failed. They give real foot  comfort. They have no seams to  rip. They never become loose and  baggy as the shape is knit in, not  Pressed in. They,are GUARAN-  EED for fineness, for style, for  superiority of material and workmanship, absolutely stainlesB, and  to wear six months without holes  . or replaced by new pairs free.  OUR FREE OFFER  To every one sending' ub 50c to  cover shipping charges, we will  send, subject to duty, absolutely  free:  Three   pairs   of  our  famous  men's    AMERICAN    SILK  HOSE with written guarantee,.  any color, or  ' Three pairs of our 'Ladies'  Hose in Black, Tan or White  colors, with written guarantee.  DON'T DELAY���������Offer expires  When dealer in your locality is  selected. Give color and size  desired.  The International Hosiery Co.  21 Bittner Street  Dayton, Ohio, U. 5. A.  TAKE NOTICE that I. Horace Wilson  Faulds, of Vancouver, B. C, Accountant,  intend to apply to the Minister of  Lands for a license to prospect for coal  and petroleum on ahd over the following  described lands:  Beginning at a post planted one mile  east and one mile north of the -westerly  point of Cape Caution; thence running  south '80 chains; thence east 80 chains;  thence north 80 chains; thence west 80  chains to point- of commencement.  H. W. FAULDS.  , E. C. Molloy, Agent.  Located this 2nd day of August, 1914.  TO THE mXSTSB OT UVM  Vanoonver Kand District  TAKE NOTICE that I, Horace Wilson  Faulds, of Vancouver, B. C Accountant,  Intend to apply to the Minister of  Lands for a license to prospect for coal  and, petroleum on and over the following  described lands:  Beginning at a post planted one mile  north and three miles east of the westerly point'of Cape Caution; thence running south 80 chains; thence west 80  chains; thence north 80 chains; thence  east 80 chains to point of commencement  H. W. FAULDS.  E. C. Molloy, Agent  Located this Srd day of August 1914.  CO TMM MSUUMtMM OF &AJTBS  Yaaoonver &and Blstrlot  TAKE NOTICE that I, Horace Wilson  Faulds, of-Vancouver, B. C, Accountant,  intend to apply to the Minister of  Lands for a license to prospect for coal  and petroleum- on and over the following  described lands: . ��������� ���������;.,<=  Beginning at a post planted one mile  north and three miles east of the westerly point of Cape Caution; thence running north 80 chains; thence west 80  chains; thence south 80 chains; thence  east 80 chains,' to point of commencement  H. W. FAULDS.  E. C. Molloy, Agent  Located this '3rd day of August 1914.  to tn aaiRn or &axss  Yaaoonver sand Blstrlot  TAKE NOTICE that I, Horace Wilson  Faulds, of Vancouver, B. C, Accountant,  intend to apply to the Minister' of  Lands for a license to prospect for coal  and petroleum on and over the following  described lands:  Beginning at a post planted one mile  north and three miles east of the westerly point of Cape Caution; thence running south 80 chains; thence east 80  chains; thence north 80 chains; thence  west 80 chains to point of commencement  E. C. Molloy, Agent  H.W. FAULDS.  Located this 3rd day of August  1914.  ������o tbs mmunm* o* savm  Yaneoover JmuA District  TAKE NOTICE that I, Horace Wilson  Faulds, ot Vancouver, B. C, Accountant,  intend to apply to the Minister ' of  Lands for a license to prospect for coal  and petroleum on and over the following  described lands:  Beginning at apoBt planted one mile  east and one mile north of the ifSst-  erly point of Cape Caution; thence ftiri-  nlng south 80 chains; thence west 80  chains; thence north 80 chains; thence  east 80 chain's to point of commencement  H. W.' FAULDS.  ' E. C. Molloy, Agent  Located this 2nd day of August, 1914.  TO TH* .-HWWTinj. 0? **]f&ff  .   YwtcottVtr Smfl District  TAKE NOTICE that I, Horace Wilson  Faulds, of Vancouver, B. C, Accountant,  intend to apply to the Minister ot  Lands for a license to prospect for coal  and petroleum on and over the following  described i lands:  Beginning at a post planted one mil*  east and two miles north of the westerly point of Cape Caution; thence run-\  ning north 80 chains; thence east 80  chains; thence south 80 chains; thence  west 80 chains to point of commencement.  H. W. FAULDS.  E. C. Molloy, Agent  Located this 4th day of August, 1914.  to TV* wrmwrrm or uurvt  Yaacouver *������������4 District  TAKE NOTICE that I, Horace Wilson  Faulds, of Vancouver, B. C, Accountant,  intend to apply to ' the Minister of  Lands for a license to prospect for coal  and petroleum on and over the following  described lands:  Beginning at a post planted one mile  east and one mile north of the westerly point of Cape 'Caution; thence running north 80 chains; thence east 80  chains; thence south 80 chains; thence  west' 80 chains' to point of commencement   s ���������:  H. W. FAULDS.  E. C. Molloy, Agent.  Located this 2nd day of August, 1914.  OOR FREE OFFER  The Greatest War Map Published  The great War Map advertised in  the' Western Call is now being distributed to those entitled to a copy,  and is proving far beyond expectations. The Map is the most comprehensive obtainable. It clearly and  distinctively shows every City, Town  and Village, River and Mountain, in  the entire war area. With this Map  one has no trouble in following the  progress of the war, and the positions of the several armies engaged.  Being 3 1-3 x-2 1-2 feet in size, it affords ample space to give all the information desired. It is done up in a  very neat, folder in convenient form.  The Map cannot be obtained except  through   The   Family   Herald   and  Weekly Star, but the Western Cail  has made very satisfactory arrangements with that great paper, by which  our readers may secure a copy free  of charge. The price of The Family  Herald and Weekly Star is one dollar a year, the price of the Western  Call is one dollar a year. We now  offer both papers for a full year each  for only $1.50, and to each person taking advantage of this offer inside of  30 days The Family Herald will send  free of charge a copy of their; great  War Map, which should be in every  home, iti Canada. Remember there  is a time limit to. this offer and no  time should be lost. Renewal subscriptions will be extended for a year  from present expiration date.  ANNOUNCEMENT OF  PRUNING SCHOOLS  TBE PROVINCES  Regina.���������The business scare, which  seized Canadian cities and towns at  the outbreak of the war, seems to  have been overcome in. many cities,  including Regina. The citizens of  Regina are now very optimistic and  have good reason to believe that the  West will benefit immensely. The  farmers are selling their wheat without difficulty and are realizing prices  in advance of those of last year. The  Provincial government^statistics show  that although the crop was not as  large as in 1913, the amount the farmers will realize will be far greater  than in 1913.     ..  During the spring of1914 the Horticultural branch of the Department  of Agriculture con ducted Pruning  schools���������25 in number���������-at a number  of points in the province. As these  schools proved to be very helpful to  the fruit growers, the Department  has decided to offer them again.  The Department of Agriculture will  provide a competent instructor and  pay his expenses.' The local administration bf the pruning schools will be  placed in the hands of a. responsible  local body, such as the Farmers' Institute, the Fruit Growers' Association, or the Board of Trade, whp will  be responsible for the guarantee of a  minimum of eight pupils, (but not  more than tweleve), with the proper  qualifications at a fee of $2 each, to  take ten lessons of three hours a lesson, the school extending over-five  days. Where the number of pupils in  a district justifies, two pruning  schools may be arranged for, in which  the minimum guarantee will be sixteen pupils) and not over twenty-four.  The local'organization will also provide an orchard or orchards, where  the instructor may hold the pruning  classes, and a hall or roonrin which  the lectures may be held.  Besides, the' actual practice in the  orchard, of which the course will  consist chiefly, where the pupils will  prune trees under the supervision of  the instructor, there will be lectures  on the theory, of pruning, which will  include talks on pruning as related  to the formation of fruit buds, and to  plant growth; also the subject of  top grafting undesirable varieties will  be dealt with, along with hiany other  points of interest.  The pupils will provide their own  pruning tools, the necessary tools being a pair of pruning shears, a saw,  and a. pocket whet stone. A pruning  pole and a light ladder may also be  necessary for large trees.  The department expects that the  instructor will be met on his arrival  by some responsible person, who can  provide him with all the necessary information, so as to get the school  under way without loss of time.  Pruning is one of the important  operations in the production of first-  class fruit, and one on which the or-  chardist cannot have too much information.  Phone Seymour 943  Davies & Sanders i  General Contractors  :: 55-66 DAVIS CHAMBERS    ::     615 HASTINGS ST. W. 3.  ROD AND GUN  TO GET WELL AND KEEP WELL  ....First���������Breathe deeply and fully always, and insist on securing fresh air  morning, noon and night.  Second.���������Let no day go by without  drinking a quart or more of pure  water. .'������������������'���������������������������  Third.���������Do not merely live to eat;  eat to live. '   '  Fourth.���������Daily perform at least  enough physical exercise to tense  every muscle in the body.  Fifth.���������Ascertain the amount of  sleep that insures the greatest possible degree of mental and physical  activity, and sleep for this length of  time every twenty-four hours.    -  . Coupled with ordinary hygeniic precautions,   these   rules . constitute  the  Although the opening article in the  October number of Rod and Gun in  Canada magazine, published by W.  J. Taylor, Ltd., Woodstock, Ont, is  descriptive of a notable Canadian  canoe race in which canoe men racing  on the Lievre and Ottawa rivers covered over two hundred miles in sixty  hours, the table of contents shows a  predominance of big game hunting  stories. "How 1913 Turned ; Out  Lucky for One Bull Moose" is the  story of a moose hunt in Quebec  wilds; "An Unusual Hunting Trip"  describes an American sportsman's  outing after moose in New Brunswick  forests; while "&������oose Hunting . in  the Riding Mountains of Manitoba"  tells of a winter hunt in that province.  "Trapped" is an amusing story of  how a Western sportsman outwitted  the R. N. W M. P. representative.  Other stories and the regular repart-  basis   of  physical   culture.     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I PHONE Falrniont l������4      VANMUVI2RrB/c; |  Britain's participation in the European conflict brought Canada, for the  first time, to a realization of the position of this country in the Empire.  Three courses were open to Canadians: (1) Neutrality, (2)..separation, or (3) ..participation.  The neutrality policy had for years  found advocates among the leaders  of the Liberal party. Some went so  far as to say that unless Canada was  menaced this country should not participate in the defense of the Empire.  The war has proved the neutrality  doctrine impossible, for Canada' is  either in the Empire, and,. therefore,  at war, if Britain is at war, or this  country must sever all connection  with the Motherland and the other  Dominions. Even if a possible position, Belgium's fate indicates the uncertainty of peace for this country if  we had sacrificed national honor in a  hope of national security.  Separatists are few in Canada, and  even the treason of these few is today clouded by protestations of loyalty. Therefore, the second course  found no public'advocates.  Only One Course  There only remained one'position  ���������that of participation���������a position in  keeping with our national honor, political Relations and Imperial aspirations. The adoption of this course  has brought forcibly..' home to the  Canadian people what a triumphant  British navy means to Canada and  the Empire. The navy is the great  commercial insurance policy of the  political, industrial and agricultural  life of the Empire. /  "Business as Usual"  Canada is at war, and yet our commerce has been",uninterrupted.: The  products of our farmers, factories,  mines and seas are going to the  world's markets as in the time of  peace.- Our importations, except from  hostile countries, have suffered no delay nor interruption.  ��������� Britain is powerful enough to po^  lice the seas and Canadian commerce  has the protection of that safeguard.  If the opposite had been the case  what; would Canada's position haye  ���������been today? Britain, bur great market, would have been closed to us, as  would...VPrance, Belgium and    other  ������t������M'4' 'M' 4"H"M"H"I' ** 'M"H' 'M' ** * :***************���������*******������****  I  }Wj������^.1$M3Mt,.fr.ft,|H|������X'4''M,ll''H'4'lM'M^  ���������':*'-���������  $1.00 DOWN ANP $100 PER MONTH  Gas Fires do everything in the line of heating, which can be secured  with any open grate fire, and with the following advantages:  CLEANLINESS���������No dust, dirt or trouble in laying or maintaining the  fire, removing ashes etc. "  CONVENIENCE���������A twist of the wrist, and a scratch of a match, starts  the fire in operation.    It iris? be turned off as simply when the desired temperature is reached.  COMFORT���������The fire is perfectly regulated, thus avoiding the extremes  incident with the old fashioned grate. -  ECONGMY-The fire is ready for instant use, night or day.   It gives  heat as scion as lighted, and all the fuel consumption stopB as soon  ^i_-a8,it4s ;turhed;off.^~^^  See these Oss Fires aad nuke eoquries concerning the Equiproeols at:  Vancouver Qas Co.      Manitoba Hardware Co;  Carrall * Hastings Sts. 1714 Commercial Prlve  1135 Oranvllle St.> Nt������r P������vle  McCaUwm & Sons Qordon Prown & Co.  2415 Main Street aoai Oranvllle Street  >r^^;.���������^x^'^'t^^^'I''I���������������������������,H''^^^'^'^'^'^'^'H,��������� ********************  :  countries beyond the seas, while the  hostile nations, Germany and Austria,  would not be purchasers, but destroyers of our commerce.^  It is true that we could probably  have found a market in the United  States, but at ruinous low prices, for  Britain's market would also be closed  to the United States. Prices in the  United States and Canada would  reach the lowest possible point if the  great export market,had not been  kept open by the British navy.  How the Navy Pays  Th'e Naval ' and. Military Record  publishes an interesting calculation  showing what would have been the  cost to Great Britain had prices risen  owing to any failure of the British  navy to control the enemy's fleet:  The average expenditure per head per  week is reckoned at $2 and the probable rise at $1, which is thought a  moderate estimate. With a population of 45,000,000, the increase would  represent an extra expenditure ��������� for  food, manufactured goods and cloth,  ing of $60,000,000 a week.  x ��������� What Canada Sav*d  The navy has saved to Canada a  proportionate amount, 'and saved, in  addition, thousands of our producers  from actual bankruptcy. Defeat of  the British navy would -jnean the  farmers would see their products deteriorate or waste without a market;  our fishermen would be kept from the  seas; our miners and 'lumbermen  would have to cease operations, and  bur manufacturers would be bankrupt:  artisans and laborers would be able,  and the whole commercial structure  of the country disastrously disorganized. -���������������������������<.. ::���������'���������.���������':������������������ : /,  The Premium Not Paid  Canada  realizes  the Rvalue  of  the  navy.   'A  war  for  nine- tyeeks  and  twice the sum proposed to te given  to aid keeping the navy supreme has  been saved ' to thisVcountry.'  If the  war lasts a year Canada will' realize  still further the value of. a supreme  navy.   An insurance premium of $35,-  000,000 was all that was required to  prevent^commercial  bankruptcy  and  general unemployment and distress in  this  countryV for all Vtjme. ������ We de-.  faulted    bn : pur Vpayhierit^, but    the  Mother Country'is keepingthepolicy  good. * Eyen if it is late, is it hot time  that Canada paid the premium? :-.������������������  fr.H'fr^frfr^frfrH'frfr^^'H"^  and Cot  AT HALF PRICE  Our entire stock of silverware and cut gldss ::  has been marked at exactly half price. The reason \ \  I for this sale is to make room for our new shipments. ::  i: These goods are the very finest quality and contain i:  \' no shop worn goods. Sale will last for one week. ���������>j  :: Here is a rare opportunity to purchase wedding gifts  ;: at big saving prices.  Geo. G. Bigger, Ltd.  Jewelers and Diamond Merchants  23   Hastings Street, West  23 v  <  ?  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All Colors and Sizes made,  to Order  1257 Granville St.  VANCOUVER, B.C.  tt^^lr**^}.***^**********^  v. ��������������������������� $  -T. *_r  SEE OUR OFFER ON  PAGE 8  '"    THE  The latest touch in the romance of  the soya hean comes with the discovery that it may be used ur the  large scale production of artificial  milk. Since 1906, the year of its first  importation into Europe from China,  Japan, Korea and ^Manchuria, the  utilization of this'famous Asiatic  growth has advanced by leaps and  bounds. The beans go in the making of oil. and the manufacture of  soap, with their waste returned to  the soil as fertilizers. Cattle cakes  are prepared from them for winter  feeding. Soya meal is in large demand ;;isoyaisaucesi_and relishes are=al-  ready widely known. From the same  leguminous plant come vermicelli,  biscuits and other food products. Today the West receives something like  a million tons of the beans each year;  for England alone the freight on  them amounts to $5,000,000 annually.  Is a Complete Success.  A Chinaman was the first to experiment with soya in the preparation  of a substitute for, milk, but the disagreeable taste of the liquid that came  from his primitive laboratory made it  unpalatable for Occidentals. A German expert then took up the enterprise, and English chemists now claim  to have carried it to complete success. The new milk is built up from  a basis of casein obtained from the  soya bean. The beans are treated by  a special process whereby all oil and  waste matter are removed, leaving  only the pure casein. To this basis  are added, in exact proportions, fatty  acids, sugars and salts. Then, in order that the synthetic milk may approximate in all respects to real milk,  bacteria of the required strains, including lactic acid bacilli, are introduced into the fluid and allowed to act  on it until "maturity" is reached.  Complete emulsification is secured by  the process.  Is Now on the Market.  This artificial product is now to be  out on  the  market as  a "pure  and  wholesome miUc of High nutritive  value"���������"a real milk from which  cheese arid butter can be made"���������'a  milk," moreover, "that can be produced more cheaply than the article  obtained from the cow." People who  have tasted it call the fluid "quite indistinguishable from the milk now in  use," and "delightfully' smooth on. the  palate." By varying the proportion of  casein, fat, sugar or salts, it can be  adapted at need to children or invalids, according to medical prescription. Everything else said of it being  true, the soya product has one crownings recommendation. ___It^solves___the  "clean milk" problem, and is absolutely free from the "milk borne" diseases that now harass the dairyman,  the legislator and the consumer.  DOMINION WOOD YARD CO.  I Cor. Front and Ontario Sts.     Pnqne Fairmont 1554  All Kinds of Mill Wood  Stored Under Cover  4  >  4.  < t"H"|"^^"W"I"I"?"I"?"t"{"{"t"<"t"l"������"I"t"I"l"t������   ���������|4������}M}4.{.4}n|ii;.i^ii{n|n|n|n|,iJ>itii|i,|4i{i4t44|ii|i^i^n{ii|i^  Strictly new-laid eggs, guaranteed,  45c per dozen at Puke's Grocery.  POR SALE CARDS HERE  >������ * *** * ** ������ ���������������������m+- *>������ ��������������������� * I ** ������} M    * * I f ��������� f m f ������*���������>**** I * mf If ������f . ������ -(  CHOICE tWTMY FOR SALP  -AT-  F. T. 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HEAD OFFICE:  ������  203 Kingsway, Vancouver  Telephone Fairmont 114������  SubeoHptlons  One Dollar a Year In Advenee  SI.BO Outalde Cenada  If you do not get "t!ALL" regulatfy  it is probably because your subscription  is long overdue. Renew at once. If paid  up, phone or write complaint today.  A8 OTHERS SEE OS  From the St. Louis Republic.  This fearful and wonderful fabric (the British  Empire) has no central body. There is no "Bun-  desrath" or Imperial Council. No collective action, of* its units is possible. The relation to them  of the Mother Country is illogical, ill defined. To  the foreigner accustomed to the federation of the  American states or of the units of the German  Empire the government looks planless and ineffective.  All of which is preliminary to the observation  that there is not at the present moment,any more  effective institution in the whole world of political fabrics than the British Empire. Whatever  its machinery lacks appears to be supplied by its  spirit, j The defects of its body are made up for  by the unity of its soul.  / The fact cannot be gainsaid that Britain  which does not begin to be as logical as Germany  or as,systematic as France in matters of govern:  ment, has nevertheless the knack of making men  step out of their own free will to die in her defence. She .has,the gift of keeping alive, across  tumbling seas, round half a world, the. undying  bond that unites the heart to home. She has  shown herself indifferent to the possession of the  taxing power over her colonies���������but what matters  it? Those colonies willingly tax themselves to  send her warships and .their sons seize their rifles  in time of strife to go to her aid. She has the wis-  jjora so to train and guide the swarthy children of  Alien races, and even the foes of yesteryear, that  they put 'their living bodies between England arid  England's enemies. She has a fearfully muddled  theory of government, but her practice of government lays hold on the deepest, things in the soul of  man. .     '  As we contemplate this wonder of an empire  which is an empire of the spirit, an empire whoso  philosophy of politics is all wrong, but for which  the costliest things within the gift of man are  poured put_without stint, we are moved to wonder  whether this is a prophecy of the future. Will  the states of the coming days make more of the  spirit and less of the machine ? Will they reck less  of constitutions and.bills of rights and fabrics of  government and more of the invisible things which  touch the soul?  A good, up-to-date' and thoroughly comprehensive map of Europe is the first essential to  any man or woman who desires to follow intelligently the European war situation with its lightning movements of the troops.  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TWISS  District Msna0������r  317.319.ROGERS BUILDING  &********************^  ������  THE VATICAN AND THE KAISER  The Rev. Alexander Robertson, D.D., whose  many years' residence in Italy as a Protestant  worker gave him an insight into Italian affairs  and especially into Vatican intrigues is again  writing a series of most interesting letters calling  the attenetion of Great Britain to schemes which  were timed to bring about the subjugation of that  "Imperial. Race," and which Cardinal Manning  described as the greatest obstacle in the way of  world-wide papal supremacy. J^nd by papal supremacy is meant, of course, the restoration of  temporal power.  ..This was wrested from the Pope in Italy in  1870 at the time of the Franco-Prussian war.  That same year was formed the league throughout' Christendom to restore the temporal power.  Dr. Robertson's pamphlet, "Wake up, John  Bull," attracted! /Considerable (attention at the  time of its publication. Subsequent events haye  justified its statements.  In a recent article in the Liberator, Ottawa,  Dr. Robertson wrote. "The Nation seemsKnow  pretty well aware that a military, invasion is impending. It is strange that it did riot become  aware of this before." He goes on to quote the  words of Cardinal Manning in 1874, referring to  restoration of the Temporal Power: "There is  only one solution of the difficulty, a solution, I  fetor, impending, and that is, I fear, the terrible  scourage of continental w^ir,. a "war which .will  exceed the horrors of any of the wars of the first  Empire. And it is my firm conviction that, in  spite of all obstacles, the Vicar of Jesus Christ will  be put,again in his own rightful place. But that  dlay will not be until his adversaries will have  crashed each other with mutual destruction."  That the cardinal referred to Britain being  at war with some other Protestant nation seems  quite certain, and in this connection the friendliness of the Pope and Kaiser has been frequently-,  ' remarked of late years.  Has the German Emperor become the tool of  the schemers at the Vatican?  He would be the right man to carry out the  proposal to destroy the British Empire. His  boundless ambition and self-importance would  lead him to undertake almost ^anything to accomplish the object aimed atv. The Kaiser possessed  the requisites���������hatred of England, and love of  the Pope. ,.. .  It is strange, of course, that the Emperor, professing to be a Christian and a Protestant, should  be personally so intimate and on such good terms  with the Pope.  The Kaiser and his strange doings excited a  good deal of interest among Venetians. His portrait was a prominent object in the Pope's rooms,  so we are informed by Dr. Robertson. "Here it  stood on a table; there it hung on a wall; yonder  it was in an album; whilst on the late Pope's  breast,, suspended on a massive gold .chain,  sparkled a- magnificent cross composed entirely  of emeralds, a gift of the Kaiser."  Any mention of these   things   to the Pope  brought from him a smile of amusement, and his  favorite joke about tbe Kaiser:   "Why, he is myv  best European friend."  The statement was meant  as ia joke, yet it was literally true. '  Not very long ago, in a speech at.Aix-la-Chapr  elle, the Kaiser gave substantial proof of his sympathy xwith the wearer of the triple crown. He  said it was with pride and joy that he was a'ble to  tell them that the Pope had said to his special  ambassador, who went to Rome on the occasion of  the Holy Father's Jubilee, tbat he (the Pope") has  alwiays kept a high opinion of the pievty ot the  Germans, and especially of the German army, and  the ambassador was to tell his Sovereign, that the  country in Europe where control, order, and discipline still prevailed with respect for authority,  and regard for the church, and where the latter  could live, was the German Empire, and for that,  the Papal See was indebted to the German Em-H  peror. - ���������  -_-_-_-._   _     . _    X  Dr. Robertson recalled the Kaiser's visit to the  Pope in May, 1913, and describes the great parade from the Prussian legation of state carriages  drawn by four and six horses, all of which he had  brought from Berlin, and which formed a cavalcade a quarter of a mile in length. The Emperor  received the plaudits of priests and monks <and  German pilgrims, who were assembled at St.  Peter and Santa Maria, piazzas.  In the Vatican, members of the leading families  of the "Black Party "were there to welcome him,,  and escort him to their chief. The Kaiser entered  the Vatican at 3:15, arid left it at 4:20. As; the  result of the visit, all the clerical papers 'announced with a great flourish that the Kaiser had assured the Pope that he would take fresh steps in  favor of Roman Catholic interests throughout  the Empire. ."  No soyereign since the creation of the Italian  Kingdom, ever before so prostrated himself to the  Pope, or showed such disregard for the feelings  of the people of Italy.  In these things, the Kaiser has done what his  father and grandfather refused to do���������he has bestowed the decoration of the Black Eagle upon an  ecclesiastic, thus honoring the Vatican arid the  Pope. Further, by secret negotiations with the  Pope, and as a proof that their interests and policy in certain matters are identical, the Emperor  secured the election of one. of his own subjects,  Francis Xavier Wernz, to the highest appointment in the Jesuit Order, known as the Black  Pope.': V. .-���������-������������������'���������  Dr. Robertson looked upon this "Unholy Al- ���������  liance" as showing that the Kaiser has become the  willing instrument of the Vatican for the humiliation of England, and the ultimate restoration of  the Temporal Power.  Richard Bagot, the Roman Catholic novelist,  wrote during the Boer war that "the whole campaign against England was due to the intrigues  of the Vatican, which is working, i_s it has ever  worked, and ever will work, to'promote and encompass the humiliation of England.  It has long been known in Italy, and suspected  in other countries, that the Vatican was endeavoring to bring about a conflict between Great Britain and Germany, and that the German Emperor,  ���������was being urged to invade England.  Where the Fate 6i Colonies Will Be Decided  The "fate of the German colonies  will not be decided on the Pacific or  in Africa, but on the European battlefields is the assertion of Dr. W. S.  Solf, German secretary of state for  Colonies and one time governor of  German Samoa. Germany fears England's sea power is another statement by. the same authority. His argument really means the victory in  isolated territories must be only a  temporary advantage if defeat is the  result where the mighty armaments,  sea and land, are congregated.  The German colonial secretary is  not alone as an advocate of such a  view; with him are the British government and the Canadian government. V ,  Victory for Britain in Europe places  the German colonies at the mercy of  Britain;, but a triumphant Germany  would poon regain any lost possessions, and in addition take from the  Empire what it desired; Canada's  future is being decided in the North  Sea.  It was for this reason that an all-  powerful Imperial, navy was known  to be necessary for the Empire's preservation, and - any' menace to Britain's naval supremacy in Europe was  an evjen greater menace to the Dominion's j British connection than if they  had been directly attacked. Colonial  navies could of themselves be but  commerce protectors, and/only even  that' while the Imperial riavy maintained its supremacy. Loss of the  Imperial naval supremacy and the  necessarily minor colonial navies  would  be  swept  aside  as  easily  as  "a scrap of paper" was in Europe two  months ago.  It is for such reasons that the German colonial secretary says that the  fate of the colonies will ,be decided on  the battlefields of Europe. It is for  the same reasons that the. British Admiralty and the Canadian government  earnestly desired, ttoo years'ago, the  immediate strengthening of the Brit-,  ish navy at once, to be followed when  any danger ia its supremacy was re- V  moved by commerce, protectors designed and maintained by the several  dominions./ New Zealand listened to  the : urgent call and is represented  where; the fate of the colonies will be  [decided, but, .unfortunately, the desire of Canada to do likewise was  thwarted.  Will the War  By L. G. CHIOZZA MONEY. M. ������.  (From the "British Weekly")  : In spite of the fact that prophecy  is the most gratitious form.of error,  I venture to attempt an answer to  this very important inquiry. If the  answer had solely to be given upon  military issues I should hesitate to  make the attempt, but the great war  is one of material resources as well as  of fighting power, and the economic  side of the matter seems to me to be  so clear that I cannot help thinking  that those are mistaken who think  that the war will be long protracted.  Our Trade Good X  The British economic position  safely based as it is, upon seaborne  supplies secured by the navy, has not  suffered as some people loosely imagined would be the case.     -  It is true that our oversea trade, in  August, showed a considerable drop  as compared with that of August,  1913, but it is actually the case that  last month our. imports anil exports  were higher than in the year 1900,  which i^wis a boom .year, of British  trade. There is no question that the  figures -of August .will be improved  upon,'arid' each Succeeding month  should see recovery: towards the ante-  war level. Employment as a whole  is already surprisingly good,- and will  be better when, our manufacturers  fully awake to the extraordinary opportunities which are theirs .owing to  the .almost complete, paralysation of  German arid Austrian commerce- ?  The German Economic Position  When we turn to Germany, a very  different picture is prepared- er-  ma.ny, like ourselves, for the greater  part, .depends upon manufacturing industry based upon native coal and imported materials���������the imported    ma-  fExtra Choice Onions, 15 lbs for 25c  at Puke's Grocery.   X  terials being earned by manufacturing  a big export surplus, sent to all the  markets of the world. -;Germany normally imports ������300,000,000 worth of  materials in a year. This indispensable  supply, without which Germany cannot do her work, has been shut off  by the war, and just as Germany can-  hot import, so she cannot export. Her  ships are either interned in her own  or neutral ports, or captured by the  British navy.V The German flag has  disappeared from the seas. What,  then, is the position of the enormous  German population, which how numbers, about sixty-eight million people?  Why Germany Cannot ListXX  The an swer to this statement is that  week by week, Germany is approaching an economic standstill. She has  certain stocks, and ..certain of \ Kef  trades, of .course, are busy making  war materials out of those stocks.  With every day that passes, however,  the time surely Approaches when1 Germany will be brought to actual ruin.  Already unemployment is.', exceedingly bad in almost all the German  trades. Take, for example, the great  Metal Workers'; Trade Union,,the  greatest trade society in the world.  Fully 20 per cent of its menibei^are  at the war, and it is a union which' is  largely employed upon the making of  armaments/ Nevertheless, 12 per  cent, of its members are unemployed:  The Woodworkers' Union has1 SO per  cent, of its members out of work.  The Masons' Trade Union, with a  membership of. 12,000. of whom one-  sixth are at theV war, has -yet' 2,500  members out of work.; These figures  are, up to about a fortnight ago, and  the position at this irjoment   must: be  far'worse. It seems certain that if  the -war lasts no longer than six  rnonths fully, one-half-thevGerman' industrial population not actually fighting will be out of work. The German  commanders may exact fines from  poor Belgian cities, but that cannot  prevent the; collapse of the German  economy.',;  Time, Therefore, With Us  TimeViSj therefore, with us in this'  gr;eat contest. The, German economy  cannot withstand ithe strain of a prolonged contest, and, quite apart from  the military side of the matter, we are  able to state! that, .unless' the nearly  seventy millions of German people are  prepared to'face the most extraordinary privations, they cannot endure, as  Britain can endure, the strain of a  protracted war. , Each month that  passes will make the British position  stronger- both in a military and: art  economic sense, while it makes the:  German position/ weakner. The sum  of the whole- matter is, therefore, that  it is highly, improbable that this war  will be a long ;bnieV It could only be  that, ii. seems to me,- if the Germans  were so successful in repelling the  Russian invader, while continuing and  enlarging the invasion of Fsancer that  they could bring: such influence and  pressure to bear upon neutrals as to  secure: the meWns*of economic continuity. And there is nothing in the  military situation to make that a  likely prospect. Nevertheless are we  well - advised; in so great a, niitter jtq  prepare against the worst possible  prospect, and the greater the force  we prepare the shorterthe road to the;  certain end.  ��������� Puke's Coffee at 30c per pound tin  is a winner.  TOtinMINTOi  The equipment of the army in the  :fieJd_anjlX>f J^  army: is providing work for thousands  who would otherwise be unemployed  and creating something like a trade  "boom." British firms also have large  orders from France to make good her  wastages of war material.  The demands on industrial firms  are enormous. Cannon and boot laces, cartridges'and motor lorries, razors, socks, cooking tins and tinned  beef, blankets and jam pots, harness  and hair combs���������these are only a few  of the many requirements of armies.  In Sheffield,.out of 40,000 insured  workmen only 400 are out of work.  In Leicester some concerns are working twenty-four hours a day. Leeds  and Birmingham hum with industry.  Bristol is making army boots as fast  as it can turn them but.  Rush for Uniforms  Men under training will be put in  uniform immediately,^ some in blue  serge and some in scarlet, until  enough khaki cloth is in existence to  clothe them all in the same color.  Worsted and woollen manufacturers in Huddersfield and the Holme  and Colne valleys are tremendously  busy on orders for both the British  arid the French governments. Clothiers .'work overtime, both in khaki and  in navy blue serge. Spinners produce  yarns at the trate of a big trade  "boom." Norwich firms are making  tunics, trousers and overcoats for the  (Continued on  army and pegamoid -coirfbinatibn suits  and oilskins for .the navy.. _^X  Need of New Boots  "What is the first, requirement of a  marching soldier?" a famous general  was asked. "Boots!" he replied.  "And the second?" "Boots!!" "And  the third?"   "BOOTS!!!"  . Six weeks of wearing the same  boots night and day has played havoc  with the leather of our army. England is booting not only, het- own men  but also the French troops. The es  tablished centres of boot manufacture  are at work night and day.  Northampton js making 500,000  pairs of boots. Some 50.000 pairs are  on order at Bristol for our army, but  the largest order is from France,  which has asked for 1,000,000 pairs to  be made by October 25. Negotiations are going on for an order from  the Greek government of something  like another 1,000,000 pairs of boots  Hosiery and Underclothing  Leicester spinners and manufacturers are very busy making socks, swea  ters, and warm winter clothing. Be  tween 10,000 and 15,000 persons are  engaged directly or indirectly on  army work. ��������� Some factories are at  work day and night, in successive  shifts. Others are working for from  sixteen to eighteen hours a day. Nottingham is working overtime.  Cooking Apples, 15 lbs for 25c  Puke's Grocery.   <>'  Page Five)  at  | 6 PER  CENT. 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They are employed twenty-four hours a day for  six~aays'7a^wl^-VTfrT^"r"^~T7r"f"���������"  Harness and Leather Work _  AH harness equipment for the  French army as well as the British  is now being made in this country.  A leather and strap order of the  value of ������38,000 has been divided  among the firms bf Walsall; there is-  a scarcity of skilled labor in that employment.  In Huddersfield leather straps and  belts are being made as fast as ever  the factories can make them.  Bed and Board '  In Birmingham skilled artisans are  making bedsteads by the thousand  for hospitals and camps; also buckets,  motor car shields, and canteen tins.  Canteen'Utensils are also being made  at Coventry. They are of the first  necessity, for the soldier at the front  has to be his own kitchenmaid.  Hundreds cf thousands of blankets,  rugs, and overcoats have been ordered in Yorkshire. The entire population of Dewsbury and Batley is working for.the troops; Special privileges,  in extenuation of the Factory Acts,  have been granted to some firms.  Norwich is busy with bedding.  Aeroplanes  In Coventry the'Daimler Company  and Messrs. White and Poppe are  making engines for both British and  French aeroplanes. Similar work is  going on in Birmingham.  Motor Lorries and Pontoons  In Huddersfield and Coventry the  factories are working double tides to  turn out motor lorries, some of them  armoured. Birmingham is making  pontoon bridges in sections.  Knives, Forks and Razors  The cutlery and plate houses of  Sheffield are working at such high  pressure, making knives and spoons  and forks and razors for the field  army and the recruits, that many have  to~ refuse orders from private concerns. The War office has invited  tenders for 500,000 razors.  The Watch by Land and Sea  4>  TAILOES* FASHIONS COLOR TABSIOS  CANAPIAN SEAFORTHS  ON BOARD H. M. S. NEW ZEALAND  One of the Highest Authorities on Hen's Pre*  Reviewi the Modes for Men for the Season.  Discussing styles, fabrics, in their varying  shades,, eofors and weaves, the chief designer, of  Semi-Ready Tailoring says that the basic color  for the fall and winter season is a brownish green,  and that there never was such an array of fabrics  sp pleasing in their warmth and gaiety. There  will be plenty of color and many new combinations.  Tbe demand still continues strong for the worsteds, cheviots and serges, and the popularity of  each fabric Will stand in this order: "Worsteds,  cheviots, tweeds and cashmeres.  There are some beautiful Scotch tweeds of  various weaves, including homespuns, plaids,  checks and overplaids, stripes in all the seven  colors of the rainbow and in multitudinous combinations.  <   The keynote of brownish green is evident in  all the newer fabric weaves.  Autumn styles show the trim and dapper de-  * signs, with thequality-and refinement-which have  made Semi-Beady cloths so distinctive and popular.  ' Tbe new styles possess the shapeliness and  grace and bring out in marked degree the best  lines of the masculine figure. Trousers are of  narrower width, coats a bit shorter, and showing  the waist line. The younger set will find coats  which may almost suggest a corset under the coat,  while waistcoats are cut to give a chesty effect.  Yet while the clothes are closer fitting and  the colors are gayer, the. art of the designer and  weaver achieve so well that there is nothing flashy  about them. There is tone, which is another way  of saying they are in good taste. And we are  growing in culture and in appreciation of the details of fashion which go to make up good dress.  The primitive creature who wears strange and  fantastic checks and flashy colors only creates a  ripple of amusement.  "More than any year in the history of Semi-  Ready Tailoring do I believe that men will study  the economy and efficiency of our wholesale tailoring methods. A five or ten dollar bill saved  nowadays will be worth treble when international  affairs straighten out," concluded the director of  designs. D  Thomas & McBain of 6,55 Granville street,  have the only store in Vancouver where the genuine Semi-Ready Tailoring may be had.  FOLLOWING   CANADA'S   LEAD  Canada's example in instituting  free distribution of forest tree seedlings, cuttlnes. etc., t" uratrie homesteaders for planting out as shelter  belts, etc, bids soon to be followed  by the United States department of  agriculture. The prospect is that  this distribution will be made from  the newly established Field station  at Mandan, X. D. Mr. W. A. Peterson, superintendent of the station,  lately visited the Dominion forestry  branch's nursery station at Indian  Head, Saskatchewan, in order to investigate Canadian methods of carrying out the enterprise.  DOW FRASER TRUST  COMPANY PRESENTS  ANNUAL REPORT  The "annual financial report of the  Dow Fraser Trust Company for the  year ending August 31 has just been  issued by the auditors, and presents  some interesting facts with regard to  this well known financial firm. Conservatism is shown in many ways.  The stocks and bonds held by the  company, amounting to $42,875, are  placed on the books at actual cost, the  par value of which, according to.the  auditors, is much greater.  Real estate placed on the books at  $49,676.44 is the original cost of the  property and is not put down at the  present valuation.  Deposited with the government, the  firm has securities to the value of  $40,887.38, and a $25,000 mortgage,  and has taken out guarantee bonds  to the amount of $75,000, making a  total of $140.S87.38 for the prqtection  of their depositors. This, together  with the cash on hand, at August. 31,  makes a total of $199,312.05, against  the savings. deposit of $207,706.79,  without taking into account the other  liquid assests, consisting of stocks  and bonds, mortgages, collateral  loans and accounts, receivable, total,  iing $225,073.11.   "  _������  / ivtP^  THE WESTERN CALL  Friday, October 16. 1914  4������������H">**������H"fr������H^������^^  } Mount Pleasant Livery  ! TRANSFER  +  Furniture and Piano Moving  Baggage, Express and Dray.   Hacks and Carriages  at all hours.  __  | Phone Fairmont 848  J   Corner Broadway and Main A. P. 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Thousands    now    are    struggling  bravely,  They are well and truely led,  But they cannot win the batttles  If they are but poorly fed.  You can see that hunger never  Forces them to make retreat  If you only will get busy  And  grow  more  wheat.  So that when the strife is. over,  And peace cometh to the land,  When the soldiers are returning,  And you grasp a hero's hand.  You can say "I did my duty,"  And you proudly may them greet  If you only will get busy  And V  grow  more  wheat.  ET  Toronto.  T. G. R.  WAR MAPS  Commercial Printing al "Western Call" Office  Business as Usual  No Panicky War Feeling  No War Prices  - This old established  house is still anxious to  4o business with you-*-  complete stocjc of Heating  Stoves, Malleable Ranges  and Household Goods.  Every home should have a War  Map. We offer the best to our readers Free of Charge. Read announcement on page 8 of this paper.  Where  Quality  is  King  THE GARDNER  QUALITY HIGH  CO., LTD.  PRICES LOW  Where  Quality  is  King  We like to harp on the word 4<QUALITY" just as much as we do on "PRICE" in  connection with our FURNITURE. CHOOSE YOUR FURNITURE CAREFULLY. Get the  goods that suit your individual taste���������goods that appeal to your home desires and comforts.  In our wide range and low price you will find exactly what you want.  WE SELL FOR CASH OR TERMS  Iron Bed, Spring and  Mattress  Iron Bed, same aa, illustration, fitted  with woven wire spring, double weave,  rope edge and centre supports; also  all felt mattress, full weight, made by  the Ostermoor people especially for  our trade.   Fully guaranteed..  Iron Bed  Spring  Mattress  Dresser  $ 5.50  $ 4.00  $9.00  $18.00  All these can be  placed in your home  on our  EASY PAYMENT PLAN  $9.00 Cash and $5.00  per month.  Dresser  Solid Oak  Dresner,  golden finish  like picture;  one long arid  two small  drawers and  fitted with  Pre n c h  Plate Mirror.  THE GARDNER-BROWNE CO., LTD.  675 GRANVILLE STRtET  The American Bible Society reports an appeal from Germany for  Bibles for use among the soldiers,  and/for money to aid in distributing  them. We would suggest that if the  society finds it practicable to forward these Bibles, it would be well to  underscore some passages in the New  Testament; also to send a marked  copy to the Kaiser.  Baking Powder, regular price 25c  per tin, now two tins for 25c at Duke's  Grocery.  We Wim- Not Pe Unpersold  I  W.R. Owen J Morrison  The Mt. Pleasant Hardware  Phone Fair. 447 2337 Main Street  J  11 Redburn  & CO.  We are offering this week  exceptional values in  Ingrain Papers  Now is the time to secure  your paper for your frojnt  room, dining room or hall  ana" to have, them clone for  the least possible outlay.  Before placing your order  for Fall decorations, kindly  call or phone  2317 Main Street  Phone Pair. 998  For Fresh and^ Cured Meats  go to this Old Reliable Market  11 Is not excelled for Quality or Prices in Vancouver  This is the Oldest Established  Market in Vancouver, an example  of "The Survival of the Fittest"        ���������  Place: Corner Broadway and Kingsway  : FRANK TRIMBLE  Phone: Fairmont 257  Sunday My Concert  In aid of City War Dis-.  tress and Relief Fund  Every Sunday at 3 O'clock  COLONIAL THEATRE  stvomxs or ooaa  Coal mining rights of the Dominion,  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta,  the Yukon Territory, the Northwest Territories and in a portin of the Province  of British Columbia, may be leased for  a term of twenty-one years at an annual  rental of $1 an acre. Not more than  2569 acres will be leased to one applicant.  Application for a lease must be made  by the applicant in person to the Agent  or Sub-Agent of the district in which  the rights applied for are situated.  In surveyed territory the land must be  described by sections, or legal sub���������divisions of sections, and in unBurveyed  territory tlie tract applied for shall be  staked out by the applicant himself.  Each application must be accompanied by a fee of |S, which will be refunded if the rights applied for are not  available, but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at the rate of 6 cents  per ton.  The person operating the' mine shall  furnish the Agent with sworn returns  accounting for the full quantity of merchantable coal mined and pay the royalty thereon. If the coal mining rights  are not being operated, such returns  should be furnished at least once a year.  The. lease will include the coal mining  rights only, but the lessee may be permitted to purchase whatever available  surface rights, may be considered necessary for the working of the mine at the  rate of f 10.00 an acre.  For full information application should  be made j to the Secretary of the Department of the' Interlor.^Ottawa," or to  any Agent or Sub-Agent of Dominion  Lands. -  W. W. CORY.  Deputy Minister of the. Interior.  N. B.���������Unauthorized publication of  this advertisement will not be paid for.  Terminal City Press, Ltd  203-207 Kingsway  Phone Fairmont IU  llll********!^****************************^************^  FRANK TRIMBLE REALTY CO.  Real Estate and Insurance Brokers  CONVEYANCING  RENTS COLLECTED  LOANS NEGOTIATED  PHONE Fair. 185 260 Kingsway  Vancouver, B. C. /  < i|i fr i|i if' ifr'}������'t' ������t' *%* '{"t1 *t' 'ft 'fr 'I1 'I1 't"fr 'ft 'I1 'ft'ft 'ft 'ft'ft ������1������ *t' *t* *I* ���������'t* 'I1 *t* '!'���������}������*}������ 'I**t* 'S' >j"l������������l*������I> ���������}>������t**S*^w  The Lee Mason Co., Ltd.  Wallpapers, Paint, Varnish, Oils,  Brushes, &c., All Greatly Reduced  Pest quality Paint, $3,00 for $2.50 Gallon  Furniture Varnish, 2.25 ,y   L65    ,,  Rooms Papered from $4.00 up.  $6\ wwmpwavwest4/Pk(m  South Vancouver Undertakers  Hamilton  Bros.  We are foremost in our line for  Modebate Priced Funerals  6271 Frmr Strut fhone Fruir 19  ST. SAVIOUR'S CHURCH.  (Anglican.)  Corner of First Avenue East and I  Semlin Drive, Grandview .  Rev.   Harold   St.   George   Buttrum,  B. A. B/D, Rector.  Residence, the Rectory, 2023 First  Avenue East. >  SUNDAY SERVICES ���������Morning  prayer and Holy Communion the first  and third Sundays of the month at 11  a. m.; morning prayer every Sunday  at 11 a. m.; Holy Communion 2nd and  prayer every Sunday at 7:30 p. m.  All heartily welcome.  f ���������   '������������������-'' : -,'"  T ������������������."���������������������������.  %   ��������� ."���������=''' X '-���������' " ���������  I   SNAP FOR CASH  I OR ON TERMS  ��������� ������������������. -.'.  t       - ��������� ;    % . v '.  | Four Good Lots at  I White Rock, B. C.  *       ~     .......    ..  I    APPLY TO OWNER, WESTERN CALL  203 KINGSWAY  %  <~i<<'******i  ******** ** * X XX * X X * ************* t ���������  AT HOME  AT THE CLUB  AT THE HOTEL  Ask for  The Health-Giving  Natural Mineral Water  Refuse Substitutes  C  SOLE  THE HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY htS ��������� /  trf - t-l'-j'^  <-       ft'  ���������-" " v . ,    ���������  >       "a -'      '  '   I  !*���������*���������  Friday. October 16, 1914  THE WESTERN CAL1  Fredagen den 16, October 1914  Svenska Canada Kuriren  No. IS  Utkommer hvarje Fredag.  Vid aaressfdrandrlng, torde Ni ins&n-  Ida den gamla, s&val som den nya samti-  IdiKt, fdr att ej missftSrst&else skall upp-  letfi.  1 Prenumeranter, som ej far tidningen  Iregelbundet, torde genast meddela detta  I till redaktionen.  Kontor: 203 Kingsway  Xelafoa  Valrnumt  1140.  |ror advwrtlsilBff rates, apply at oftloc  SWEDISH   CAVASIAX   nMB,   MD.  Utfftfvar*.  ttTKA   STO9BOBO,   Bedakttfr.  prDen gamla svenska kyrkan.  Den gamla svenska kyrkan, bela  jen i hornet af Dunlevy Avenue  >ch Pender St., E. har nu f orhyrts  if Svenska Godtemplarlogen Li-  lea som darstades hadanefter sko-  halla sine moten. Kyrkan som  ; manga &r tillhorde den svenska  |iitherska forsamlingen s&ldes for  jfigra ar sedan till en Engelsk de-  tpmination och har senere hyrts  Svenska baptistf orsamlingen  >m emellertid nu flyttat till Pen-  er St. Kyrkan kommer nu ha-  lanefter att invigas fit forenings-  Evet och troligen kommer afven  }la de ofriga svenska f oreningar-  att dar halla sine moten och  ilstallningar.  ;Linea ar en forening som ar vain for det nyttiga och praktiska  ih ar att gratuleras for denna  bnare erofring dar svenskarne  rinna hafva. en central samlings-  lats under de kalla och langa  iterdagarna.  Lineas lasrum dar booker och  Iningar kunne  erh&llas,  borde  saktas och uppskattas af allman  3ten.     .  stallning som manager for Dominion Trust Company.  Mr. Arnold var afven honorary  colonel af B. C. Horse till hvilken  han donerade en storartad gfifva  innan dess afresa till ostern.  Till hans eftertracmre vid Do-  minion Trust Company har valts  Mr. C. E. Pennock, forut manager  vid hank of Ottawa och senare  vid Bank of Vancouver.  Middag lor de gamla>  P& inbjudan af en Mrs. Orr, ser-  verades en lacker tacksagelses-  middag for de gamla i Old Peoples  Home, har i staden.  Middagen bestod af stekt kal-  kon med franaka arter och pota-  tispuree samt desert hvarefter alia de gamla manliga deltagarne i  den delikata maltiden presente-  rades med ett paket tobak. Bor-  det var rikt dekoreradt med frukt  och blommer och serveringen skot  tes af nagra alskliga unga darner.  Att de gamle kande sig ytterst  bel&tna ofver denne hogtidlighet  var helt naturligt.  016m ej Carlson och Venstroms  idderiaf far i Mercantile Bldg.  _>rnet -al Cordova och Homer St.  Automobilolycka.  I lordags eftermiddag  pakor-  ps Mrs. Isaac VW. Brown af en au-  |mobil tillhorande Mr.      Jack  [tephens, Abbotsford Bungalow.  ;M01yckan skedde" a Granville St.  |ellan Helmckeh och Davie St.  :Mrs. Brown fordes genast,     i  jmslost tillstand, till St.     Pauls  bspital dar hon agnades all no-  jtg vfird.  Hon af led emellertid se-  ire af.de skador hon erholl i huf-  idet, utan att hafva aterffitt san-  sn.V  En som ville vara saker p& sin sak  Den lite okt. fanns i narheten  af Coquitlam en ung man han-  gande dod i ett trad. Att den af-  lidna ville vara saker pa att hans  hemska .handling skulle lyckas,  kan man doma'daraf, att hah  smorjt repet med fett omkring og  Ian sa att den darigenom skulle  glida lattare.  Tatt bredvid scenen for den tra-  giska garningen fanns en askhog  dar en del papper blivit branda,  ihyaraf man drager don slutsatsen  att den dode ville -forstora alia  papper som kunde leda till identification.  Polisens undersokning har icke  ledt till nagot resultat och den enda ledning till hvem den dode i  lifstiden varit, ar en hospitalblan-  kett, utfardad till C. Ditchlund,  men man'betviflar att dettaJ kan  vara mannens namn.  leque p& $1000 till krigsfonden.  yTill City Hall anlande harom-  igen eri cheque pa $1000 till stains krigsfond fran Mr. B. T. Ro-  jrs. Detta ar ju en storartad  ptf ya frfin enskild person, d& man  jiger i betraktande de harda ti-  .r som nu existera.  Bastigt dbdsfaid.  [En af Vancouvers mast fram-  faende "TEinaneitere^lSfi^W. B.  d, Manager for Dominion  Jrust Company harstades, afled  10.15 pfi, mandags morgon till  Jljdaf plyckshandelse. *  .'-Mr. Arnold var pa vag till sin  ffice, d& han gjorde ett tillfalligt  lesok i sitt automobilgarage, dar  fen sorgliga olyekan intraffade. :  pjPa lordagen hade han varit ute  jagt oeh narmande sig hemmet  ide han som han tankte, afskju-  alla skotten i bossan.  ^Pa mandags morgon tog han  camputstyrsel, innefattande  fttf'o. s. v. med sig till sitt garage  ir det forvarades samt afven  [fjutvapnet for att det skulle, va-  ur vagen for hans sma barn,  i'or att. ofvertyga sig att intet  tott mera fanns i bossan skulle  jui aterigen undersoka den da  ^ckligtvis annu ett kvarvarande  lott brann af och dbdade honom  ronblickligen.  [Mr. Arnolds chauffor, .Henry  ihderpool och tradgardsmasta-  ��������� A. Braylay voro genast vid  |ns sida och tillkallade Dr. Bry-  ya Jack som dock intet annat  |nde gora, an att konstatera  Sdsfallet. Mr: Arnold efterlam-  kr hustru och tva barn saint mo-  |r och tre broder, alia bosatta i  iden.  [Den aflidne financieren var en-  ptst trettioett Sr gammal oeh f odd  JLondon, England. For sexton  sedan anlande han till Vancou-  och har sedan dess forskaffat  ������������������ i:i    ��������� ���������  ett mycket framstaende namn  Jm affarsman oeh financier. Se-  m 1911 har han innehaft     sin  Ett tillfalle for unga man att ga  till Bermuda.  100 unga man erbjudas tillfalle att ga till Bermuda om de vilja  taga varfning vid Royal Canadian  regemente i Victoria for att dari-  frfin ga till forstarkning af de  trupper, som aro stationerade i  Bermuda. Vilkoren aro att de sko  la vara mellan 18 och 45 ar gamla, mata fern fot, och fyra turn i  strumplasten och mata minst 34  turn omkring brostet. '  Bermuda ar en af de vackrastc  och friskaste ogrupper i halftro-  pikern och hufvudstaden Hamilton ar sardeles intagande med sina hvita hustak, grona hojder och  harliga inlopp.  L&ng vftntan.  For en tid sedan underrattades  allmanheten af det provinciella  guvernementet att pre-emption a  land vid Powell River skulle upp-  latas till allmanheten den 21 nast  kommande november.  Detta tillfalle har redan iaktta-  gits af ett litet band af energiska  joch kraftige man, som aro fast  beslutade att, pa trappstegen till  landkontoret, vanta fyratio dagar  och fyratio natter fills dagen rah-  das for tillfallet att erhalla ett  stycke land. Pa tisdagskvallen  hade antalet landsokare stigit till  tio och det drojer nog icke lange  forr an hela antalet ar komplett.  Tjugusju pre-emption trakts  upplatas denna gang, och vi hoppas att dessa energiska man som  icke sky hvarken vader eller vind  i de kyliga hostnatterna skola vin  na det efterfangtade malet. Mer  och mer synes manniskor forsta  och uppskatta vardet af naturlif-  vet pa landet och det synes vara  hvarje mans efterstrafvan nu for  tiden att forskaffa sig ett hem pa  landet.  Stadslifvet med sina manga  modor och bekymmer lockar icke  langre den mest inbitna stadsbo  och hartill aro manniskoma att  lyckikiska.  vedoring Company dodades ogon-  blickligen vid tva-tiden pa tisdags  e. m. under arbetet med lastning  af angaren Talthybus fortojd vid  Evans Colemans & Evans varf.  -- McKay stod under en packe af  tjugu lador af lax som just lyftes  ombord d& kabeln brast och den  tunga bordan foil ofver honom,  dodande honom ogonblickligen.  McKay var 62 ar gammal och  var en af de aldre settlarne i Vancouver. I tjugu fir har han arbe-  tat vid hamnen hvarfor han ar  valkand bland tusentals af sjoman  hvars fartyg han hjelpt med lastning under alle dessa ar.  Han bodde ensam i en liten cabin i 500 blocket a Keefer St.  S   SVENSKAR! SVENSKAR!  Vill hafva vagen oppnad.  Skattebararne i Hope och St.  Elmo distrikt aro ytterst raissnoj-  da med det langt utdragna arbetet af vagen ofver Jones Hill.  Som denna vag ar en effektiv  barrier for transport mellan Chiliiwack och Hope finnes knappast  nagon ursakt ofver detta forse-  nande.  Skjuter sin hustru tinder jagt.  Merritt, ��������� B. C. Mrs. Flora  Nellie Jones, 21 ar gammal, blef  olyckligtvis skjuten' af sin man,  da de voro ute pa jagt i forra veckan.  Mr. och Mrs. Jones hade tagit  upp pre-emption i Highland Valley och voro pa vag ned for en  stiiparide brant, pa jagt'efter hjort  da olyekan intraffade.  Mr, Jones bar sin bossa pfi axeln  da han foil oeh ett skott brann  af, traffande Mrs. Jones i laret.  Kulan fortsatte i riktning uppfit  vallande ett forfarligt sar och  kom ut i andra sidan. Mannen  forband saret sfi, godt han kunde  for att hindra det ymniga blod-  flodet och pfi en bar som han f6r-  fardigade af kvistar bar han hen-  ne genom busksnfiren den en mil  langa stigen till den oppna vagen  dar han hyrde en grannes vagn  och maste sedan kora 40 mil till  Shulus Hospital dit de anlande  klockan tre pa morgonen. Mrs.  Jones afled dar, efter fyra tim-  mar.  British Columbias gafva till mo-  derlandet.  25,000 lfidor af conserverad lax  afgick pa mandagen med C. P. R.  frakttag till Montreal for vidare  befordran till England.  ,,_, Denna vardefulla last ar British  Columbias gafva till moderlandet  sasom varande, den enda produkt  af hvilken denne provins kunde  gifva England en vardefull gafva i de nu sfi, hardt tryckta tider-  na.  Hvarje vagn af det langa frakt-  taget var foi*sedt med stora plaka-  ter angifvande lastens natur och  hvarifran den blivit sand och  dess andamal. British Columbia  tyckes salunda af allt att doma  vara mycket angelagen.om att  den hogra handen skall vara fulit  forvissad om hvad den veristra  gor."-.'"-  NU INKOMBIET  Dr. Hakansons  8VENSKA  SALUBRIN  HOSTA  V&r medicin mot hosta och f8t-������  kylning sviker aldrig.  Vart Magic botemedel mot hot  ta och forkylning torde svika i ett  fall mot 200, och i detta fall aro  vi villiga att fiterbetala, hvad som  erlaigts for detsamma.  Ofver hufvud taget, fir det den  basta medicin vi n&gonsin sett.  Orders per post en Specialitet^  Skandinaviska Apot^set ,  RttDA STJHRNAN  Skrif p& Svenska.  Red Star Drug Store  68 Cordova Street Wert  . Midt emot Hotel Manitoba.  Telefon Seymour 1063.  KOM IHAG  att den nya naturalisatiorislagen  trader i kraft. den 1 Jan., som ford-  rar att personer for att blifva Ca-  nadiensiska medborgare m&ste  hafva varit i landet 5 fir, och sar-  skildt forhor infor en domare.  For narvarande kunna personer med god karaktar som varit  bosatta i Canada under tre fir blifva Canadiensiska medborgare.  Droj ej for lange utan besok  genast  J. Fred. Sanders  Notary Public  601 Holden Bldg.  &  //I X  V  .< ol  1     .      <l  >   <       .  - rf-\  4  Correct Tailors  MANSKOSTYM1H CWRAS EFTER BESTALLNING  FARDIGSYDDA KOSTYMER,  8AMT REGNROOKAR, M. ML  Gor er skyldighet och kom till oss, har sparer ni den  stora fortjansten, som alia andra maste ha for att kunna betala sina stora hyror. ' ���������  Kom strax till oss for  H0ST-YTTERR00KEN, H&STKOSTYMEN  SAMT REGNROOKEN.  Rum 600 Mercantile Building,��������� Hornet af Homer och Cordova  Ing&ng 318 Homer St. Vancouver, B. C.  ���������r'  i   hl  ��������� (>, - -I  I  '���������>' \  j_ss2sasss2S2S2szsas2sas25Hsa5Esa5aszszsasa52SHSisaszsa5Esas_ia^  S BASTA JARNVAGEN TILL (W5TERN  The Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Rly.  Finarte genomg&ende tig mellan  SEATTLE OOH OHIOAGO  hvarest forbindelse gores med alia tag till ostra, aodoatra oeh  dylika platser.  B&da tfigen ha Standard och. Turist Sofvagnar, Mateal och  Coach.  . For vidare underrattelser angfiende dessa genomg&ende  t&g, bilettpriser och s& vidare, var god och skrif till eller besok  AW. NA8E, Commercial Agent  H. B. EWER, City Ticket Agent.  443 HASTINGS STREET WEST, VANCOUVER, B. 0.  Den nya banan ar den kortaste.  __^5SSB5EsasasBsasHSKssasasss3as2szsasE^2SES2sasES2^^  G  G  c  c  G  G  G  G  G  G  c  G  c  G  G  G  c  c  a  I  a  a  a  a  a  i  Kommer surt efter.  Joseph Dows, en bartendare vid  Merchants Hotel i New Westminster j som sistlidne> mars, kastade  ut Walter Petterson fran namnda  hotell och darfor fick plikta $100  har nu af Petterson stamts for ut-  faende af $1000 i skadesersatt-  ning for de skrfimor och repor  han vid ofvannamnda tillfalle erholl/  Petterson pastar att ban sedan  tillbringat tva manader pa hospital att han fick hakan delvis kros-  sad och att nasan afbrots.  Det ar ju mojligt att dettakan  vara vardt $1000. ; ":'  Drunknar i Capilano River.  En arbetare vid namn Hugh  Cunningham, .30 fir gammal drunk  nade under arbetet vid Capilano  bryggan pa tisdagen.  Cunningham var tiilsammans  med en annan arbetare sand till  at losgora en del flytande virke  som samlats mellan pfilverket da  han genom misstag slappte det  rep med hvilket han fastholl sig  och bortfordes hastigt i de hafti-  ga stromhvirvlarna. Hans kamrat  kom afvenledes i vattnet, men rad  dades efter fortviflade ailstrang-  ningar af tjugu af-de-ofriga arbe-  tarne.  Cunningham efterlamnar hustru som for narvarnde befinner sig  pa visit i Seattle.  Hotel West  444 Carrall Street  Vancouver, B. C.  PETER GIOVANDO, Agare.  Jens OJron, forestfindare  Vancouvers nyaste hotell med  ofver 100 rum. Alia stora oeh  ljusa med varmt och kallt vatten  samt telefon i hvarje rum. Forsta klass buffet och gafee.  Moderata priser  $3.00 pr. dag for stadens arbetare.  Board of Trade har beslutat att  tre .dollars pr. dag skall betalas  till stadens arbetare, det vill saga  de som erhalla. sewerarbete, trot-  toarlaggning och gatuplanklagg-  ning. For rodjning och grading  af gator betalas endast tva dollars pr. dag.  Dodad under arbetet.  Alex McKay, en aldre man, an  stalld vid Victoria Vancouver Ste-J  MRS. 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