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 -:,-.N :���������;;;.  IV XXX.  Subscribe for  The Western Call  Today  "���������msmim-ii^l/tmm^mm/mm^  Published in the Interests of Greater Vancouver and the Western People  VOLUMlS Vi:  s  ������     ''   t ���������       |   ���������  "?t.  ���������fa**  VANCOUVER. Britkh (fauhattf. OCTOBER, 28, 1914  ������*  5 Cents Per ������opy  ���������_________?������-3_r-n*��������� *>-'-���������'���������B*?A:*:^.'-W'?4|  'J    I1 "US n.  Dastardly Assassination of I mm iff ration Officer  Recruiting on Canada's Second Overseas Contingent Starts in British Colombia and AU Over Canada  ���������rX, (ir&XV:--.vXXv? ��������� XV^MX;8$0$I  ^���������MrtW&mmmi  ^ ��������� ,    f _   '. i -ni ^  ' Att. - - , ������ XV-VXfVXXXr;vX;  Now 1ft The Time To flopst Vand^ver's lridustrie^"aSe||iii^  * : '^v'^^^^^^^^^^^"M"^M'PM"'"",^l^l^'^l^T!!ff^^  A DASTARD tMTRAGE  A little after 10 o'clock on Wednesday mnm.  ing Mr. William C. Hopkinson, special-officer  and Hindu interpreter attached to the Dominion  immigration service here, .was shot and killed  in the corridor 'of the Court��������� House by Maiwa  Singh, who is now in solitary confinement charged  with the murder of Mr. Hopkinson. Eight other  t Hindus, Basant Singh, ������obun Lai, Jowalla Singh,  Sundar Singh, Kalvo Singh, Duleep Singh, Isher'-  Singh and Natha Singh, are' under detention *w  1, special witnesses. Mai^va-Singh, .who used two  revolvers in the assassination of the interpreter,  confesses to have done the deed alone, but refuses .  |^to give any reason for the crime.  Mr. Hopkinson's life has been repeatedly'*  threatened since the Eommagata Maru incident,  and whilst in San Francisco last year was twice,  fired upon. It was largely on Mr. Hopkinson's  evidence that Ram Singh was acquitted on Tues-  day, and Ram Singh's release is said to have been  a bitter disappointment to Maiwa Singh and his  co-conspirators.  Mr. Malcolm R. J. Reid, head of the immigra  tion department for British Columbia, referring? ,. -^  to Mr. Hopkinson's assassination, in an interview,- X ,  :said:    ' '      r'/^.     ' * "'   ^ .     '���������%<-_"    ���������  I ,,��������� ������ j> * . ��������� ���������_! ���������_ _T _a������       _  "He was not oylf an energetic and popular officer, but he was o^^fthe most capable interpreters upon ��������� the American continent, and I shall  (  hardly be exaggerating if I say that his death  is an almost irretrievable Jajf^ffofar as our im- -  migration office herf is, eoaQernet|.V,j ?-.i*������   v ,���������  f     Mr. Reid admitted that Mr. Hop������iw*ro*a tragic,  Adeath was not altogether unexpected, as he, in  common with other immigration officials at Van-  : couver, bad feeen threatened] with 4eatJ* upon a  lnumber of oeoaatoos during-and since the Jtom-  jagata Maru affair.     ' ;:   rf ^ '\ '" :'   , ':;*���������;���������  .     "It is a singular coincidence," added |fr.  Reid, "that Mr. Hopkinson went .out of his w$r  [to do more than one kindness to this particular  'Hindu���������who was regarded by us as by no means  a bad fellow until the experience at,Sunuw during  j'the Komagata Maru affair.  It was after, that af-  (fair, when,Maiw������< Singh was arrested near Sumas *  'with 600 rounds of ammunition and a revolver in  Wbis possession, that'we Were .about toprefer another charge against huh, bnt Hopkinson intercede  fed for him." v  The late interpreter was born in England only  M years ago, and was taken to India when a baby..  [,J_ater he pecarae inspector of police in the Calcutta district and acquitted himself very credits  [ably, but eventually left for Canada on account <���������  [of ill health.  He waa an exceptionally tall, good-  hooking jnan of swarthy complexion, and couW b  Ispeak quite a number of native languages.   JEft~  fwas a member <>f tbe Orange Order, L.'O. L-, 1589,  > and also ot* Calcutta lodge of Masons, and was a  'corporal in.the 6th He^iment. /  Knew Wi wta Was in ?ari|  Mr. Hopkinson was an unassuming man of few^  ^word8, and was certainljEmot generally disliked  > by the Hindus here,, ,He ������|iad, however, no ill-,  ' nsions as to the danger in which hia life waa '  ^placed by the prominent part he Jiad to play in"  Hindu affairs here.   Cvuriously enough, this fact  | was emphasized nnly two cfays before he died^  When asked- in reference to the Hindu temple^ *  murders, "Who are they going to get nexttv,  I"Oh, I understand.they are after either me ^>r ,  [Reid," was the jjlaughing Tep_y.-   "You don't^  [look too nervous about it," commented the, news  paper man, as he left the ca^ and Hopkinson replied larconically, "Why should It"  THE SECOND CONTINGENT  The second Canadian overseas contingent will  )e called for at once according to advices received  t'rom Ottawa. This means the remobilizion of  ^hree infantry regiments in this city and district  as well as other corps, and it is expected as we go  \,o press that orders will be posted during the next  Few hours calling for recruits.  ~fe>;X %rr?fiPS?!t%l  '���������--, r.,--lv:-p;-i>vfi>i^i|  "������Mm  VXK||?;  xiiiiw  ,':���������.���������:J ���������^''.*WiO:������s"tW**fri^^tfm  ttMta  aowaonaaaamaaaameaaaaamaeAmwmmmm  THE PROGRESS jQF Tm WAR  Since tbe taking of Antwerp the Germans  - have shewn immense activity in Belgium and  Northern France. Ghent, Bruges and Ostend  4|ave been occupied by the Kaiser's men, and a  -keen and sustained attack made on the combined  forces of the Allies in an effortto^force a way to  Dunkirk, Calais and the great Marquise iron and  steel works that lie between Calais and Boulogne.  Success in this effort would not only give the  Kaiser a base of operation against Great Britain,  but cripple France in her war output by capture  of the Marquise works only-second in importance  to Creuzot. X.V :Xj- ;,;: xr...     .      xv: ���������  Foiled by the   impregnable   VerdUn-Belfort  4ine, in his attack oiiithe war-heart of.France,  Greuzot, the KaiserVeyidently^Ordered-an attack  "on the northern arsenali and at the samp time  threatened Great Britain.  K There seems to'VbeUo doubt that this attack  has now failed definitely, the British navy joining  hands with the Allied land forces in preventing  the emplaeemnt of the German big guns so as to  command the Channel waters.  VoU -Kluck's command is now threatened >nd  must either retreat or.suffer rout.  The French center still holds firm as.a rock:  with quite satisfactory progress at St. Mihiel..  The French right meantime continues to eat  its way into Alsace, and whilst almost nothing  gets through the censors' hands on this situation,  flashes indicate,that the French soldiers are now  ���������  ^  CHINAMAN FINED $26 AND $5 COSTS  Sing (Chinaman) was fined $25 and $5 costs  [by Magistrate Proctor on Saturday, 17th inst.,  for having in his possession *nd exposed for sale  crabs measuring less than six inches across the  long diameter or greater breadth ofthe shell at 6  lender street. oh-Fnday,43lih* September, 1914.  W. McCi iMoore^V Overseer, prosecuted on be-  mlf of the VDonu^on goyer^iinent. -.  LAST CHANGS FOB FREE WAR HAP  h    Our offer, of Frde' War Map with the Weekly :  IStar of MontwiVaiid Westeirta Call, both for one  rear for $1.50, expires on the 31st October.   Send  ^our order today.'...-.-.' ; v?  firmly established throughout Alsace, and may,  any day, send us the hews tbat both Metz and  Strasbourg are invested. The left wing of the  German army evidently.has been weakened to  support the operatfonsjn the north. ���������_   In the east tlie Austin-German army has been  badly beaten before Warsaw, and is in full retreat.  The Austrians are also reported defeated on  the San river, and the combined attack of more  than two million men on Russia-Poland h������8 failed.  Winter is now settling in in.these quarters,.and  this is all in; favor of the Russian armies, whose  men are inured to the cold and clad accordingly.  A serious feature of the campaign is the breaking out of cholera in the east and typus and typhoid amongst he Germans in. the west. This is  the more surprising in that Germany has hitherto  borne an almost enviable reputation for carefulness in sanitary matters.o The surmise is made  that the enormous loss of'life and the burden of  hundreds of thousands of wounded have simply  overwhelmed their medical equipment, and left  them no time to supervise the necessary sanitary  arrangements. The deadly work of the trenches  has done the test.  Diplomatically, there Seems to be some movement towards patching up peace and: ai surprise  may be: sprung on the world any day, especially  as winter approaches with a stale-mate on both  east and west frontiers in view.  CANADJ.AN REDCCROSS SOCIETY  The Ward V branch of the Red  Cross Society has added a -number of  new members to its rolls during the  week and welcomed a number of vis-*  itors and friends at the depot, corner  of 10th avenue .and Carolina street.  On Thursday the Ward chairman,  jl.r."-"A;; P. Black, brought the work of  the Society before the Loyal Orange  Lodge, 1842, when the: question as to  how best to assist in the work was  placed in the hands of Mr. J. W������  Whitiy, secretary of L. O. B. A., No.  90, who will confer with the ward of-  HdaU':'-'.-'./-'"' ���������'/'  Wtrs. J.' W.-Woodside, on behalf of  the -Silver Cross Circle of the King's  Daughters, has. arranged a. meeting  to discuss Red Cross matters at the  house of Mrs. MacQuarrie, 3161 6th  avenue, west, at- which the Ward V  secretary, Mr. W. H. Ranson, has  promised to speak.  Cash donations are very welcome  at the depot, and also sheets, towels,  pillow cases-and blankets of all; sorts  are urgently needed by the men at the  front, where the nights are becoming  very cold, and it is quite impossible  for  the  war office  to   get  together  upon private gifts through- $he Red  Cross Society.  It is-proposed to dispatch another  consignment of., supplies to the men  within a������week so that all%ifts for the  men to go with this shipment should  be at the depot as soon as possible.  ��������� If those interested in pur men at  the front /tire, uncertain as to their  needs or requirements they' should  make a call at the depot any afternoon between 2 and 5 o'clock or on  Thursday evenings between 7 and 9 ,  o'clock, when the:whole situation will  gladly be: explained" to them by any  sufficient   covering   without   calling (of the workers.  Another fuJttitut officer of Vile  Crown 9i������ji met ������!��������� d^tfi In tHr  dJscliarg������ of his duty. In tfiU coi������  the twaf������ln is ������ SiKh������ ������jricmher^of  irhdnd of flindw* who *r^ uNolwte-  ly iawiesa. No UiigiiAge cun Hi|w  eqM������te|y express the loathing Wlttr  which miy w^respwtiiig British  subject will contemplate such actions.  Care should he taken, however,  to guard against wholesale condemnation of the race involved.     xx  Those responsible are, as stated,  a small hody of assassins together  with certain white people, whof by  their counsels and their scdltlonary  advice have done much to incite  these murderers to boldly execute  their schemes. Swift justice must  be done and we hope that these  white supporters may also be made  to feel their hideous responsibility.  ALVO VON ALVENSLEBEN, LTD.,  GOES IN LIQUIDATION  An order of the Supreme Court for the winding up of the firm of Alvo, von Alyensleben; Ltd.,  was made by Chief Justice Hunter yesterday^ bit  the application of Mr. John Gurney Fordham, a  creditor for some $31,000, for moneys loaned to  the company. Mr. R. Kerr Houl gate of the Yorkshire Guarantee Company, was appointed liquidator..,-    /-r ;*���������-���������    ���������_���������.���������'��������� ���������'   ;" -. v; _ ; ;���������; r-'\ ; :"  The"liabilities of the' Alvo. vbh Alvendebeh,  Ltd., are said to total over ^,500,000. The assets consisting of real estate, mining and interests  in agreements are expected fo realize about one  million dollars.-  London, Octt 21.--The Portugese gflvehAVient  is in close touch with Britain and is prepared to  employ all her forces, wherever and whenever  necessary, by the side of the Allies. . ']���������    - THE WESTERN CALL.  ,    Friday, October 23, 1914  The Old Store  TBE NT. PLEASANT  DRY GOODS HOUSE  PHONE: FAIRMONT 506  co&oxxaxi BBSwnro oo:  CXXXTED.  AKT,  Comfortable Comforters  Cotton filled 1.25 and up  to    -    -    .... $5.00  Down filled $5.00 and up  to    -    -    -    -    $35.00  See the Window  Mens boots, the wearing  kind. Regular up to $5.00  odd lines now   -   -$3.50  Ladies Boots Kid and Gun  Metal, reg. $4.00 and $3.50  now -    -    -    - *, - $2.60  Ladies Winter Coats,  Cheap   -    -    -   -.$10,00  Winter  Coating   54   ut.  yard $1.00  New Kid Gloves  New lingerie Waists  All kinds of underwear  for men, women and  children.  MILLINERY  Trimmed Hats each $1.95  COR, Mil and Kit AVE.  Phone Seymour 9086  ���������#������������s__K  in tlie  Management  Property,  PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given  that under the First Part of 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, 1.914; incorporating Robie  Levis Reid, King's counsel, David Stevenson Wallbridge and James Bruce  Boyd, barristers-at-law, William Heilly,  clerk, and Whitley Murray, student-at-  law, all in the City of Vancouver, in the  Province of British Columbia, for tue  following purposes, vis: (a) To carry  on the business of brewers and .malters  in all its branches; (b) To carry on  any ancillary business, including but  not limited to hop merchants and growers, malt factors, corn merchants,  .coopers, bottle makers, bottle stopper  malters, potters, manufacturers of and  dealers in aerated and mineral waters  and other drinks, wine and spirit mer  chants, ice manufacturers, wheel'  wrlghts, millwrights, beer-house keepers and other business Incidental thereto; (c) To build; purchase, construct  and operate bear brewing and refrigerating plants of any and every kind; (d)  To build, construct, develop and otherwise acquire steam and hydraulic powers and plants .for. afay and 'all of the  above purposes. Including the generation of electric power -aad energy,' tad  to use and dispose of any surplus powers thereof; to build, maintain and operate .roads, tramways and watercourses , on 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 Mutations in that behalf; (e) To buy. sell  and handle and deal both wholesale and  retail ia commodities, articles and  things of all kinds which can be conveniently dealt ln by tha company; (f)  To lease, sell, improve, manage and develop any property of the company;  (g) To enter into any and all lawful  contraotsv with persons, corporations  and, municipalities, companies and public and private' bodies for tha furtherance of any of the'above purposes, including the right to acquire property  for 'paid-up capital stock in the company or. 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 whclh this company  is lhcorporated;' (1) -To purchase or  otherwise acquire any share or Interest  in the, whole ar any part of the business, good-will and assets of any firm,  partnership or compapy doing a business in part or ln whole similar to that  of the company, and to carry eh, 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 similar business;  (1) To purchase or otherwise* acquire  and obtain provisional or other protection and licenses ln respect of any inventions, patents, trade marks, vir  names, designs, copyrights, which may  appear to be or .likely to be advantageous to 'the company, tad to jrrant exclusive ot- other licenses in respect to or  otherwise1 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 whtoh this company is authorised  to carry <da; ' <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 soil, transfer or die-  Ce of tbe whole or any part of the.  Iness or undertaking of the company 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 powsrs ln carrying on all  business incidental to the carrying out  of the objects for which the company is  company is incorporated. Tbe operations of ths ompany to be carried on  throughout the, Pominion of Canada  and elsewhere by tbe name of "Colonial  Brewing Company, Limited," with a capital stock of four hundred thousand  donars, divided into fcOOO shares of-one-  hundred dollars each, and the chief  place of business of the said Company  id be at the City of Vancouver, in ths  province of British Columbia.  Pitted at the office of the Secretary  of State of Canada, this 10tb day of  September, 1814.    THOMAS MULVET.  Under Secretary of State.  0-2 to ld-M '  XI  (J  Coftefction ������r Rents,  * -I  WBS_M___������4 ���������     j,  the Collection of  Payments on  for Sale  and  Interest on  Charges  very Reasonable  Service---the  Closed at hOO O'clock on Saturdays  Specially insured against burglary  and hold-ups.  NOTARY PUBLIC  auARANT&m>  American Silk  HOSIERY  .We Want You to Know  TfcM* Hose  .They stood the test when all.  others tailed. They give real foot  comfort. They have no seams to  Ap. They never become loose and  bsggy as the shape is knit in, not  pressed in. They are GUARANTEED for fineness, for style, for  superiority of material and workmanship, absolutely stainless, and  ���������to' Wear Bix months without holes  or replaced by new pairs free.  OUR FRBE OFFER  .   To every one sending us 50c to  'cover shipping charges, we will  -,send, subject to duty, absolutely  ''free':    -'"X  V Three pairs of������ our famous  .men's    AMERICAN    SILK  HOSE with written guarantee,  , any color, or  Three  pairs  of  our   Ladies'  ' Hdse 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 Ce.  21 Bittner Street  Dayton, Ohio, U.S.A.     r  to tbs xnrxsTEB or &AXM  Y&ncoaver Kand 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 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 pointy of Commencement.  ^ H. W. FAULDS.  JE. C. Molloy, Agent.  Located tyis 2nd-day of August. 1014."  TO TXB IBbnSTBB OV  '"       Yaaoonver Stand Distriot  TAXIS 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 telle  north and three miles east of the westerly point Of Cape Caution; thence running south SO chains; thence west 80  chains; thence north 80 chains; thence  east 80 chains to point of commencement  H. VT. FAULDS.  ���������    E. C Molloy, Agent  Located this Srd day of August 1014.  to ma aumurm* or uurst  ,'.        Tan4������*Ta? tand 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 iCape Caution; thence run  nlng north 80, chfclns;, thence west 80  chains; thence south 80 chains; thence  east 80 chains to point of. commence^  ment "     __ ^ 1  ft. W. FAU2J5&   ,     .  E.C. Molloy, Agent  Located this Srd dar of .August, 1014.  To Tn stunt��������� or suuriM  ���������aaoouver Xrai. 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 Srd day of August 1014.  -TO rKtTmXWTSM QT ������a%M9B  . Yaaoonver XabA. Metric.  TAKE NOTIfcES that I, Horace Wilson  Faulds, of Vancouver, B. C, Accountant  Intend to apply tp 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 run1-  nlng south 80 chains; thence west 8f  chains; thence north 80 chains; thenci  east 80 chains to point of commencement       " ..   /  JJ. Wc- FAULDS.  cE. C. Molloy, Agent  Located this Snd tfYOt August, 1914.  tw     *V*^9*^*t    ^STTeW ���������<Ff<"v ^ *^^������    wO^     e*als^*W *J*yy  Tanooavt? Ss������a Distriet  TAKE NOTICE that I, Horace Wilson  Faults, 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  MBt and two miles 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 eommence-  ment  H. W. FAULDS.   r  E. C. Molloy, Agent  Located this 4th day of August 1M������.  to ?*������ wmunmm or **mm  Tsaoonvtr >wt* 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 cost planted one mile  east and one mile north of the westerly point of Qape Caution;'thence running north 80 chains; thence east 80  chains; thence south 80 chains; thence  west 89 chains to point of commencement  H. W. FAULDS.  E. C. Molloy. Agent  Located this Snd day of August, 1014.  Dawr Fraser Trust Co.  122 Hastliigs St., W.  THE PROVINCES  Regina. ��������� The vacant lot ganfcn  scheme at Regina has: proved ..a--big  suqce^ssi so much so in fact that; Alderman Davidson has now suggested  that 50 acres of city property, npyf  idle, be' set aside -for this purpose)  This scheme, as worked oiit at Regina, is for citizens owning vacant  lots',.to allow the., Vacant Lot .Gad-  den������ers   Associationr to ,make  use'of  the land. Any citizen who is desirous of utilizing spare time in planting  vegetables _, can secure as many vacant lots afS'desired upon'making application to 'the Vacant Lot Gardeners' Association. Alderman David,  son's idea tp 'set aside 50 acres of  city land for this purpose, which aims  to extend the movement, is meeting  with favor. :  'Mayor Martin and Gity Commissioner Pool of Regina have succeeded in securing over $500,000 as a result of their 'trip to MontrealVre-  cently.for..improvement construction  purpbses.'V Vinous-improvements are  being proceeded with, and are expected to be completed before winter  sets in.     X; ���������,.  Good grain prices and the excellent prospects for still higher- prices  has had its: effect on; Western Canada,; Building , operations are even  ^pw^progresisng-jn some of the'eities,  including Regina. 'The large- warehouse for^Campbell, Wilson & Strath-  dee, ,is now. occupied; the Saskatchewan t Co-operative, 'Elevator. Com-f  pany's-l^rge. building; is being rushed  through jtp .*. completion;, the. civic  works, -including- ..^sidewalk laying,  new- power-house :and 5,000,000 galr  Ion rascrypir,.. are. -being ��������� proceeded  with.     ��������������������������� v.VwX '.-'.;  v.:   .X. \    ���������'":���������'!  HOW THE BIG  GUNS ARE MADE  The big gun is again brought  prominently before the minds of the  people by the fall of Antwerp, one  of the most strongly fortified' towns  in the world.   , "     ���������    . ,  The manufacture of these gigantic  weapons is very interesting. In its  first stage a 13.5 inch gun is a long  solid ingot of steel some fifty feet  in length and weighing about 100  tons. This mass of metal is forged,  and then allowed to cool, $o that it  may be toughened for the heavy  work that is to come later on.  The next operation in transforming this bar of steel into a death-  dealing instrument is to press it into  shape, an operation which is performed by a'hydraulic -press that  may exert a pressure of anything between 5,600 and 10,000 tons to the  square inch.' This machine literally  presses the solid steel into cylindrical shape.  How They Are Made*.  After that it has to be trepanned.  The trepanning operation consists of  drilling a large hole���������the borp���������  from end to end; a process which has  to- be performed with the unmost  exactitude.  Next, the-inside of the gun, that  is the bore, is "rifled." The "rifling" in the bore corresponds with  the "driving bands" which are fixed  to all projectiles, and. the result is  that each shell fired is given a spinning motion which enables it to  travel accurately winiout going flopping abouf. in the air, head over  heels, as was often the case with projectiles fired from the old smoothbore guns. "Rifling" also increases  the range to a considerable extent:  Of all the wonderful sights in a  gun-making factory nothing equals  that which may. be seen when the  gun goes through its next stage���������  the hardening process. The weapon,  such as it is, is heated in an enormous  oven or forge to a dazzling white  heat, and then .plunged right away  into a huge well full of oil. If the  operation takes place in the night  time, the sight of this glowing bar of  metal being lowered apparently into  the bowels of the earth to the accompaniment of leaping tongues of  flame given off by the burning oil,  may be likened to a scene from  Pante. The gun is left to cool in  tbe., oil bath, and out of the bath it  comes, hardened., toughened, and  tempered.  Now that it has been shaped and  hardened, the weapon, is made still  stronger and given some measure of  elasticity. This is by means of wire-  winding, an operation which is much  the same in principle as the, whip-  ping on the handle of a cricket bat.  Just as the spliced cane handle is  strengthened, so also is .the body of  the, gun." Xn this case, however, the  whipping takes the form of strong  steel ribbon���������not wire, as it is so  called���������wbich is wound round^the  tube of the gun. Every 12 in. or  13.5 in. gun actually has about 120  miles of this . steel ribbon ��������� wound  round it, which is sufficient to  stretch from Vancouver to North  Bend. _" ._    "  .   Wbat Th������y Can Do  One operation yet remains before  the gun is finished. That is fitting  on the "jacket." The "jacket" is  merely the outside steel cylinder  which covers the gun. It is expanded by heat, and is slipped,over the  wire wound core of the weapon  when it is hot, so that when it contracts on cooling it fits somewhat  closer than a glove.  A few finishing touches and the  gun is ready. It is no longer a mass  of lifeless metal, but one of the most  powerful and most destructive weapons ever, forged by man. Xjt W a  steel serpent, with fangs twenty  miles long; it is one of the Vfifty-  foot ferrules" with which Britannia  rules the^ waves. ;���������  Meanwhile it has occupied not far  short of a year in construction, for  it is a thing that has to be made  slowly, particularly during the  "hardening" process, and the cost  of this single '' tube'' will have been.  $50jQ00? -The cost of firing each  shot amounts 4o about $500 for projectile, .charge, and wastage of gun;  so! it ^capi readily be^seen: that warfare waged by. these monster guns  demands a heavy purse.  But -.-whilst these guns are very  expensive weapons, they give a very  good return for the money so far as  power to destroy is concerned.  A Dreadnought put in the Gulf,  ten miles frftifc Point Grey, could  wreck Vancouver with its shell fire  in a half hour; : To the accompany  ment of something resembling, a volcano and an earthquake combined it  could land ;< ten V enormous shells  plump dbwfa-von- the office building  district simultaneously, and could go  on repeating the dose>at the rate of  I'ten���������that"-is one round per gun���������a  minute; aye, oftener, if necessary,  Phone Seymour 943  Davies & Sanders  General Contractors  55-66 DAVIS CHAMBERS     ::     615 HASTINGS ST. W.  B. C. EQUIPMENT CO.  MACHINERY  DEALERS  CONCRETE MIXERS. STBBL CARS, ROCK CRUSHERS, ELECTRIC,  STEAM AND GASOLINE HOISTS.      WHEELBARROWS, TRANSMISSION MACHINERY,  GA80UNE  ENGINES, * PUMPS  AND ROAD MACHINERY.  Offices: 609-613 Bank of Ottawa Bldg.  Phoae Seymour 9940 (Exchange to all Department!)  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A GENERAL TRUST BUSINESS TRJUKSAC&E0  <������  **************** H11 < t n ** ******* V**** in ii tl >*  oMa  f**+.******+******+**<l *****,'��������� ***************** *'** 1 * 1 >!*"*  South Shore Lumber Go.  .������jwfr^$WJM{wfr^w3������$������^l.;..$M;i.fr4;.4frlfrlfrfl,,fri;4llM|41^  j    RAISE YOUR OWN EGGS    |  A WORD TO  POULTRY KEEPERS  LIMITED  %  Lumber Hanufacturers  1 Front St., Foot of Ontario St  \ \ PHONI3 Fnirmont 154      VANCOUVER, B������ C. |  ������������l't"|"l"<"1ll������������4l,M"������'������llll������lil,t">'t"l">'l"M' 'M i'H"1"M"H"M'W1-1' t'l'I������������������������������������������������  4.  i.  ���������f ��������� ��������� ������t' ���������!��������� ���������!��������� -f ��������� 'g- ���������!��������� < ������������������������!��������� ���������!��������� ���������!��������� ���������!' ��������������� ��������������� ��������������������� ��������������� ������������������������ ���������!��������� ������������������������ ��������������� ��������������� ���������<���������   ****+***$**-*>**-****+*****y*:+-������  QAS FIRES  $1.00 POWN ANP $1.00 PW MONTH  Gai Firw do everything in the Hue of heating, which can be ���������ecwwj  with any open grate fire, and with the following advantages:  CUeANUNgSS���������No ������ta������t, <Jirt or trouble in laying or maintaining the  fire, removing ashes etc.  CONVENieNCE-A twiit of the wrist, and a scratch of a match, starts  the fire in operation.   It may he turned off as simply when the de-  sired temperature is reached.  COMFORT���������The fire is perfectly regulated, thus avoiding the extremes  incident with the 6|if fashioned grate..  ECONOMY���������Tbe fire is ready for instant use, night or day.  It givee  ,X-heat as soon as lighted, and all tberfuel consumption stops as soont  as It is turned off.  V>     Set then 0s������ Fir������ snd ratkt wqwrles conctrulsf tbt ^Hlpwents at:    {  Vancouver Qas Co.     Manitoba Hardware Co.  Carrall* nestings Sts. 1714 Commercial Prlve  113* qranville St., Ntsr Oevle  XMcCallum & Sons Gordon Brown & Co.  94IS Main Street  9p9i Oranvllle street  4hJ������jn^^.H4^^*********** 4^^Hr^^''l^<"H'tl't'll,'W''t"l":">������'l''������  By F. C. El ford, Dominion Poultry  Husbandman  The indications are that new laid  eggs will be as scarce, this winter as  usual, andvif extra^ attention is not  paid_ta getting the laying, stock 'into  condition and housed early, the supply of eggs may not be as plentiful  even as they were last winter.  Though the present is too late to  begin to prepare for early .winter  eggs, it is a good tfme to make the  test of what we may have by getting  'everything ready before the cold  Weather cornet^ The beginning was  mide last, spring, when the early pul-  leti^were hatched, for only the early  pullets can be depended on to give  .eggs Juring November and December,  the hens, as a rule, will not lay many  eggs until the end of January or February,, it is therefore from-the well  matured pullets that the high priced  eggs may be expected, and in order  to get the most out of these, care  must be taken,^ as from nq>v until  laying time is a more critical time in  the life of the pullet than most poul-  trymen imagine.  How to Get Ready   ���������  ' 1. Keep no "stock-that will be non-  producing. Kill off the old hens-that  will not lay until the -spring. Market the immature pullets and all surplus cockerels as soon as they are  ready. Give the rest of 'the pullets  every opportunity to develop and get  into  laying condition  before  winter  .sets in.  2. Put these    pullets,   info winter  quarters    early.  ,  The    unnecessary  handling or changing of pullets, from  one' place 'to another just when they  are .about to begin to lay is dangerous and in some cases will retard laying for several Weeks.   Give the pullets every .chance to get acquainted^  with their winter quarters in plenty  of time and feed liberally ' so  th,e;  will start to lay before the cold w)  ther.      _',*'*.  3. Do not feed -sparingly but judiciously. Though feed may be high,, it  does not pay to - stint the layers.  Feed;them .grain in a litter on the  floor, and as* the weather gets colder  increase the quantity of litter. In  addition to the grain see that they  ' have- either a hopper, with dry mash  constantly before them, or if preferred, give it in the shape of a moist  mash once a day. Have the house  clean, preferably white washed, and  allow plenty of sunshine in. We  have found that with a shed roofed  house, a board protection along the  front of the house as high as 18  inches from the floor is an advantage; from this up glass and cotton  in tfye proportion of one of. glass to  two of cotton, make the most ideal  front for the average Canadian house:  ; Why Wot More City Hens  Many town and city people could  not only produce sufficient eggs, to  keep their -'table going but have  enough eggs left over that would go  a long way towards supplying the  ^household" with-groceriesretc;^There  We deliver and hang  all Shades complete in place  Telephone Sey. 843  F. W. BOWES & Co.  MANUFACTURERS   OF  r  Window Shades, Brass Curtain Rods and Fittings  Measurements taken and  Estimates given.  All Colors and Sizes made  to Order  1257 Granville St.  VANCOUVER, B.C.  kept and enough scraps find their  way into the garbage can to 'provide  a large proportion of the food. No  male birds should Be kept,'as they are  both a nuisance and ,an expense  which, if done away with and the  house kept clean and sanitary; there  is absolutely nothing 'about inch a  plant that could possibly annoy the  .neighbors. If, say one in every one  hundred city families would produce  even enough eggs ' for theiKown.  table, it would reduce the nuntber. of  those who only consume and add  that many more to the list of producers. "  Canada Imported Eggs Last Year  During the. fiscal year ending  March 31st, 1914, over 11 1-4 million"  dozen' eggs were imported into Canada. These came from Great .Britain,  Hongkong, 4 China, Japan, New Zealand and the United States. Surely  Canadian poultry keepers can supply  the demand this year. If all help  in this > matter there should be no  lack of.eggs, and if care is exercised  it) rthe production there should be a  good revenue to ,the producers, and  the consumer ought not to pay such  exorbitant prices as sometimes have  been asked in the time of scarcity.  Better Have the goat Low Than the  Sale Price High 9  Owing to the high price of, feed it  may cost more this.year than usual to  produce new laid eggs, but by careful management the average cost of  one dozen pf-eggs might be kept as  low as usual. It is at the production  ������nd. that producers should aim to  economize, and it is better to save at,  this end. than'.* <to expect extreme  prices. This is always the case, and  especially will it be so ,thisv winter  when everything the consumer has to  buy will be dear and money to pay for  jit scarce. It will be loyal act to study  Jhow cheaply the eggs can be produced  rather than jj$w .much can be charged  for tHeip. ' V '  ��������� Pftof. Edward Brown, the veteran  pQttltryadaH of I England, made a suggestion the other day to English  breeders, which suggestion even from  thiis distance sounds good. He  thought'that as 4so many poultry  breeders in Great Britain had-done  business with ' Belgian poultrymen,  who in all probability were killed, or  wha at least have had all their stock  destroyed, that these English breeders, as soon as the smoke of battle  had cleared away, might donate to  their old .customers and friends in  Belgium/ sufficient breeding stock to  enable them to start up again. This  suggestion of Prof. Brown's is worthy  of a Britisher, and though Canadian  poultry breeders may not be able to  do this, they can show their loyalty  by producing as many new laid ejggs  as possible for this winter and at the  least possible cost. Strictly new laid  eggs in winter time are worth a good  price, and the man who can produce  them: deserves credit and extra remuneration, but let us hope that this  winter, by better care and management we will have enough new laid  eggs-that wecan=supply therconsum-  Best Quality  Right Price  Prompt Delivery  These three rules keep oiir bus-  :: iness sailing along smoothly, !  ������������  ������������  Give us a fair trial. *  Phone your order to  X  FAIRMONT 761  1 >  COCHRANE & ELLIOTT  OBT'lBtH AVBIUE, EAAXT  IIII lHW'lHlll'HSM'MilM 111IIIH Mil II1111111III . ������  7" \ \  ,    X  fc  f,    I  '    'I-  Phone Fairmont 1140  Rinff\ m tip for  PRINTING 6R ADVERTISING  ** > l������l 11 Hi 1������11111111 r I Hit 111 ii 111 it������11. ti m 111 in <:���������>  JOS. H. BOWMAN  910-11 Yorkshire Building ii  Seymour Street Vancouver, B. C.  "> 1 M II * > t .'..��������� IW'>HtfH������l Mill l"l . 11 ll< 11II1111| 11. i\  ������  are comparatively few city lots where I ers, at a price which is within the  a small flock of poultry could not be | reach of those who must have them.  i���������     ",    ,     .       '     sgsggggg ,    .ssssssssssss  f*%*************************>Xt*i"X^'**MX'********^  I* ' '������������������ ������������������'���������'   . ,-���������'",  iiiPlSSIIR  Major Dieckman of the Prussian  army deserves a place apart in the  sun light.  On being placed in charge of the  little town of Grivegnce, -Belgium,  when taken by the Geramns, he issued a proclamation demanding that  whenever a Belgian met.a German���������  officer or private���������-in the street he���������  the Belgian���������should come to the salute under the penalty of death for  refusal. Diecman must now be  placed on a pedestal with Gessler���������-  Austrian despot in Switzerland,  whose similar tyrannical order en-  cited rebellion and gave rise to the  legend celebrated in the Grand opera of William Tell.  Prop in and see otjr  new line of  PJUVATE CSmSTMAS  CAUPS  203 Kinsrsway  ; ;< ** u** > *n * ������ ������������������������������������������������������������������< ��������������������� I Hit ********************  POMINION WOOD YARD CO. i  Cor. Front ������nd Ontario St������.     Pnona Fulrmoot IS54  ataaaasaweavaaaa\aaaaaaawanaaaaeaaweaaBaa.  AJi Kinds of MiJJ Wood  Stored Un4ar Cover  **************************     ********************   X   Ut   !���������.  CH0ICC WCW HAY TOR SAtP  - AT- ., ���������  F. T. VCNNQN'e FfM 9T(9*t  flfli FilnwitiW Hay, Grain and Fm> |9f Irtnlwi? Hit  ���������-^We specialize in pOUtTBY^SUPPWBS and aw^V^ahlt^toXweeTair  ���������your requirements for successful Poultry raising.   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Nevertheless, these people want  to be right on the job, handling the funds, and  even proposed a 'graft' on it before they had  begun to subscribe, viz., to assist the men. of the  9th Regiment (French), which is now doing garrison duty."  Of course, what the French citizens do not put  up in men and money the English citizens will,  and-after all, it is-right-of Jean Baptiste to-re-^  fuse both funds and soldiers if tbat is the way he  feels about it. However, it is just as well to paste  these facts in one's hat band for future reference.  You can never tell when they may come in handy.  ���������From Toronto Saturday Night.  >.. ��������� "  ���������K\.:. ���������:��������� ���������:  V-vv.'.'-'.-  v X. ?  xx*;  F^PTORY OF J.  LECKIE & CO.  LTD:  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 *  Distriot Manager  317-319 ROGERS BUILDING  Support Our Vancouver Industries  ������������������^- ���������!��������� *I"I' '!��������� ������!��������� 'I* ���������!' ���������!��������� *!��������� ������!��������� ���������������"!��������� .}4^..t������ ���������;..;. ���������;. ���������;. ������i- ���������;��������� .> <!��������� -|4.;. -t4 ,^^^^.^^^.^^^>^-^^^>^^^^-^^^^^>^^^^^^_. ->^i.^~;���������> ;~>.KH^fr*l,^'X^-X<"X"XK"X''^  There are said to be^ 20,000,000  men under arms in Europe today.  % These men have been taken from  the factories and the fields, with the  result that the factories are idle and  the fields turned over to,-the women  and children to cultivate.     ~  Hundreds, of thousands, of these  men will be killed and other hundreds of thousands maimed and disabled. \   -  Meantime the supply of the products they turned out. is being exhausted, a supply without* which the  world cannot continue to*exist.  This supply has to be made.by  someone. -      "'  There should be no idle people nor  idle factories in Canada today,  . Soon there will come a tremendous  cjeinatid for all manner of manufactured goods, and there will be none  to be had.  Consider the item of footwear  alone.  The4 20,000,00 armed men in Europe are wearing 20,000,000 pairs of  shoes out every 60 days.  *', Hundreds of factories in Europe  are closed,, fcnd .the thousands of  men, who were tunyng these shoes  out are in the warring ranks. -X    .  Canada now has a chance to step  out into the sunlight as a manufact  turingVcountty and in this matter of  footwear we-have developed an industry, in,Vancouver that should  come rapidly to the front.  We refer to the boot and shoe factory of J. Leckie & Co., Ltd., established in our midst about ten years  ago. . ������������������ .; .  The first location was on, Granville and Dunsmuir, with an' output  of thirty-five pairs per day. The  firm moved in about a year's'time to  Howe and Dunsmuir, where .the output was increased-to lOOpairs-per  day. After a stay at this point of  two years the present location was  selected, and .1 factory opened with  a daily outpuj of from 500 to 600  pairs. This building is seven stories  above the ground, with l^rge basement, and affords a factory floor  space of 30,000 square feet and a  warehouse floor space of about the  same amount. With tbe office staff  the factory gives employment to 125  hands, and has in operation more  than .300 machines of ingenious construction, thus multiplying the product of human labor many, many  fold. /  The present output of the Leckie  factory runs about 12,000 pairs per  month. Without increasing the machinery this can at once be doubled,  so that the possibility of this Vancouver factory supplying i part of  Canada's needs in the present emergency is undoubted^  Vancouver has made a strong and  somewhat fiery protest at the way  her industries have been slighted by^  headquarters in the East, and Vancouver is right in so doing.  No place in Canada has made .a  better-response to the Empire's call  for men than British Columbia, and  full and ungrudging recognition of  her indubitable rights ought to be  easily obtainable. This. Vancouver  industry can compete in quality and  price with any factory in the East,  and there are others. All Vancouver needs to do, in such a case, is to  speak out plainly and emphatically  and���������keep at it.  CROPJPBT  The provisio. nal estimates, issued  by the census and statistics office of  the total yields for Canada of the  principal grain crops in bushels are  as follows. Wheat, 158,223,000; oats,  311,426,000; barley, 34,491,000; rye,  2,258,000; peas, 3,537,100; beans,  823,400; buskwheat, 9,159,000; flaxseed, 7,533,000; mixed grains, 16,-  458,000, and corn for huskinir, 14.-  732,000. > X  The average quality ofthe grain  crops at harvest time, measured upon  a percentage basis���������100 representing  grain well' headed, well filled, well  saved and unaffected to any appreciable extent by frost; rust smut,  etc., is for the whole of, Canada as*  follows: Wheat, 78; oats, 79; barley, 76; rye, 82; peas, 75; beans,'82;  buckwheat, 81 ��������� mixed grains, 90;  flax, 64, and coni for husking, 80.  (Continued on Page Five)  30,000;.^������^i4uium:_14&_|(B^;:H6^-vy������Biet������Krgr- 'a^^;^^^^-:^^rM machines  ^4 J2& han4s ire tu^Pg out^ 600 pirslolstipes per day*  x   ^Present possible output iO0^  a mm mm ilipv  Conclusion as to Ca^l^iiader- Creek X  ��������� From the- recent disc6v^ri^^made~bjXCarl  Wihksne, it would appear as though the: ground  westward from the Lome property to the mouth  of Cadwallader creek, a. len(^h bf;: about five  miles," and for probably half a^iptte;*iiiV width,  would be worthy of more thorough prospecting  than it has had, and the same remark applies to  the country east from the Pioneer wneVwid between that and the McGillivray summit.During  the season of 1897 and 1898 a large number of  claims were staked that were .iiqi prospected or  even scratched over, but todays most of this  ground is vacant, and the following facts should  |be considerel by prospectors: The'improved metallurgical processes and cancellation of the patents on the method of cyanidation results in profitable operations today which would have been  very unprofitable at that time. Improved transportation, by the construction of an excellent  wagon road in place of a pack trail, has reduced  the cost of freighting supplies from Lillooet to  about $3 a hundred weight. There is no question  but that the gold .bearing quartz of this district  is well adapted for treatment by cyanidation,  either of theV' concentrates after amalgamation  and concentration, or of the ore itself as- stoped  from the mines. It is a clearly established fact,  as stated by the Provincial Mineralogist in his  report to the Minister of Mines for/. 1900, that  there are two distinct series of veins with a possibility of more, but these have not been studied in  detail or even surveyed, which should be done,  and is necessary before the occurrence of the  gold-bearing veins can be even thoroughly discussed;���������From the Reports of the Minister of  Mines.  ^���������>'l"HMt.^.4..l..l..|..g..|..|.������:|.H|..t..i.i| fcfii|,i|i;|.4.,;..;..|..t..Jt.������a^.4..|^t.^..I..H..;..l..I~4..t-I"t'���������I-������-|'.>i  HEATINp :f,nl���������?1S^  Our Business his beei built up bv merit alone  ������v/XVvXleek &;;co.'-: X;X ;:���������,  * Heating Engineers. .%  ������   1095 Homer St. Sey. 661 I  * . ... .. . ........ ������������������'���������.���������      *  <~:~X~X~:~^X������4^-<^HI~HSH^H^X^M-4't'I !'H M H l********-**X XI I**  ADVERTISE  x-'V-IN-x  THE  WESTERN  CALL  theCftt4;  ���������aid Mra. Com  fort, J thought no  one ever would use  that upstairs room.  Andyou couldn't  blame,themr-it certainly waa chilly,  ���������nd there didn't  teem to be any Way  of heating it. FinallyI got this Perfection Heater and  now it it as good asm extra room. With a Perr  fection to, keep it warm it is perfectly Comfortable/'  The Perfection can be carried anywhere, where there it need of  extra heat.   In five minutee it will warm any ordinary room.  PERF  SMOKEIE  HEATERS  It is aolid, good-looking, eaey to clean and  rewick, and burna without smoke or odor.  At hardware and furniture atorea eyery-  where.   Look ibr the Triangle tradeptuurik-T  '   '   Made in Caaada -   -  ROYALITE OIL ia bert for all aaee  THE IMPERIAL OIL CO., Limited  Whai������������  Cafearr  Inte   MmtnaljQwfctc   H������M__  Vikhdc    Tanate    Ottawa  ******A^*******Att*******^  ���������t :' X- ���������.'���������'���������..,     ������������������    f^,jvv^" ���������?     ���������::���������������������������'_X"-s     ..-.V , :���������.'-���������:,XX:.. " ������������������������������������������������������-ifr.  6  _E>EFl CENT. MONEY  ' i-  Loans may be obtained for any purpose on acceptable Real  Estate security; liberal privile^s;;e^  V* ^ solicited.  X* ���������. AGENCY COMPANY  758 Qu, Electric Building X' Denver, Colorado   *  t******.*****.l****i****M^  _Liwwirifn^a^3srgyatf������������7s  ^���������^���������ttsr&^-i-^t^r&'jZZ-'.CZ'-ir*'- Friday, October 423,1914  THE WESTERN QALL.���������  X ,  ^fflllllllllBSa  i  OWHASAN  WASHINGTON D  L^k_  .A_   r *       ' - --        * ������ J T  OF^ERICANID  'JSjVi     1    ' _.  Located oa Paaaaymnia Avtatac, ltth aad H 8treetc������  MfaMnftoaV Newest HotsL^       -_     Ideally situated, within two blocks ot the^Executire HasPi  ���������ion. only a ehort walk to the public buildings, -chops, theater*'  and points of historical interest tp visitors and tourists.  The famous Indian Grill Room, tiie beautiful Palm Courts  tbe delightful Tea Room, Grand Pipe Organ (only one of ita  kind in Washington), and an Orchsetra of a superfine order.  ������re attractions neatly appreciated by Powhatan guests.  Booms with detached bath,  f 1M, #2.00 and up.-        ������  Booms with private b#tb,  UM+tSJJ* aad op.  Write for booklet with map.'  CLIFFORD If. LEWIS,  ItMsgtr.   i  AA far wsitfjaamrlwl  <llll������pilllHIIUUIIII)llHmgfflll  ^���������l-i'H-U1!"!' I"!"!"!"!"!'1?"!' H"14 ***'**** l"H M"l Mill |il*.M"l".M''l"M"H"ll*  Use fuel Oil      $  and Save Money  It you are interested ln reducing your Fuel7 Bill,  see ub. We are saving johoney for others, and can  do the same tor you.   X  We Supply and Install Fuel Oil Plants of all  descriptions. We do not advocate a cheap plant,  but' we can satisfy yoa when results are considered.  We have a large number of plants now in operation in hotels, office buildings^ apartment houses,  schoola and colleges.      <  Puel Oil Equipment Company  713 Pacific Bldg.     Phone Sty. 3727    Vancouver, B, C. J  ���������4mM''M'.|nH"I"H'."t * i * i ix **************** x * * * 11 **********  tJaJfcjfcaKfciB^yAiKaaKfcjAj^J-���������LJL JL-jL-t--e- -1-. _XAA3v^Kfc^^aX_^_a _*_l  ���������W ��������� VTi' V W 9rV *v*r w*n ��������� VVrVVYVTrrV  Pease Pacific Foundry Limited  HEATING AND VEIfntAT.NO ENQINEBRS   *  '���������������������������H'4''H''M^������'fr^'l'lMl,M  t  ;:  ������  ,' 4-  ' -I / _  ������ '       4,i f,r~ 4jlj^% t*  A\  N  THE NEW DETENTION BUILDING, VANCOUVER ,,   '        , ,  The new Immigration building, which completed, will cost well on to $300,000.  is now under construction by the well known Vancouver firm of contractors Messrs  Snider'Bros, arid Brethour. AH the partners of this Company are Native Sons and  have already erected in Victoria and Vancouver probably the largest number of  buildings of any contracting firm in the country. .    .,  ���������M"frM'M"M"M'<4**<"M-M^ ���������  4  I  ���������  ������  ������  ������  *  "Economy  UI6 llamerSt.  MANOFACTUWaS  99 Steam Heaters and Ventilators for Public Buildinge  Warm Air Furnaces ��������� Combination Furnaces  8tcam and Hot Water Boilers. Registers  ��������������� Steam and Hot Water Boilers ",  Radiate*, pipe aftct fltt&ws >? ^  Vascopver-B-c.    Tel, Sey. 3230 ;:  11|4 ������|l l|4 >|l 4^1 .{..t. ,|. |{l ||4 4}l ������|4 .|l ������|������ ������|l .|4 4^4 it. 4|l.{������ifl ^1 .t..}. '^ ������|. 1*11^' ll. ���������!' '^ ������t' ������|' '|������ '{''{' ���������}���������'{' '{' ������t*������!' '1' ������|' 'I' ���������{' 'I'"?' '{' 't' 't**t' 't'  Saturday .s spj&ials  Home mao> Taffy,   peanut Crisp, and Boston Chewing Taffy  Jb.   Simply delicious.  That New Store  .PE 3UU-PINQ. SROAPWAV & MAIN.  fm^^/^t^g^g^mkWkm*mkmm^ki*^^mm������aWk\mmW*^^mmmkmM^kW*^mm^^  Are you going to  j;  ?.Y;''xf^l^7v-l  &m\-twb$ afailorf ng  And I am going to see that my wife buys them  for THE BOYS too.   They are the best to  wear and are made in Vancouver.  t������������ ��������������������������������� ���������!��������� ���������!��������� .g������ ���������!��������� if ��������� -t- ���������>������������������������!��������� ���������!��������� ���������!��������� ���������!��������� ���������!��������� 't-1- -t- ���������> ���������!��������� ���������t"l< **********W**************'i  L4���������44���������,������������������������������������4.��������� II ������������������I������������������������������������������������������.������������������.4������  \******************************fal***w  COAL      OO^L     COAL  &***<^>>>*****������** * 't"H' ** ������  I  Phones Seymour 5408 & 5409  Ms*. ��������� *  11 McltLritCH & WltSOWl*  | 80 PENDER ST. EX ' +  I  5  O  *;[ Mill Wood iuo Builders'Supplies  t  ..,;. *******i-*********************  BUILDERS'   SUPPLIES  \** ******* *** 111 rt * i !���������< 1111 *trx t **���������'* x * r. t i i; ni x * <��������� i **��������� 11*  Dare to be different in Dress.  Differentness breathes; out  from the Special Models of Semi-  ready Suits and Overcoats this  season:   '',.'.���������������������������'  Dift^renlmess^radiates from  the guardedly exclusive cloths,  and trimmings in the new Topcoats.  And it is; the "difference"  which bestows quiet distinction.  Come. Compare. Command  our services.  $15 to $35 for Suits and Overcoats- which are tailored with  real dress economy.  Thomas fe McBain  655 Granville Street  Lilloet District  Awuoju^sumiagwT  T0PMATE8  jpry farming in the Alkali lake district has  ^n^clVoU^& grand success. At Spring House  Jjriwra there are at present forty-five families of  settlers ^comprising eigthy persons. These1 settled wh6 bave taken up their land within the  last two years, are a good class of settler, and  are mostly from the American side. There is a  store and a school house in the settlement, also  all the farms are well fenced. As an example of  the progress being made, two meu (first year) on  a 160-acre farm raised 8,000 pounds of oats; the  entire settlement follow the Campbell system of  dry farming.  Although this season has been a very dry one,  the cattle are in first-class condition, one band of  ���������50 head, driven on the Onward ranch for export,  averaged 1,400 pounds.  Potatoes in the Alkali valley are said to excel  even the famous* Ashcroft? potato; they are also  clean and of a goodly size. Corn also does well,  while tomatoe8_are_almost as good_as those grown  in Lillooet.   The best in British Columbia.  We are informed tbat there is practically an  unlimited supply of good land at i Spring House  ridge available for dry farm settlers.  This settlement has proved beyond doubt that  dry farming in the Alkali lake district can be  made a success, the results have surprised the  most optimistic.   X      ;  Cattle in the Chilotin, never looked better.  Prices are also high, but the cattlemen refuse to  sell till, the spring.���������From the Projector,* JJill-  ooet.  'Tis just what I told yer, Bill, ole pal,  Many long years ago;  When they were showin' the "square heads"  round the yards,  1  * They smellin', all o'er the show?  They was findin' out all they could, ole pal,  A th|tig I don't think was right,  I knoyed it was comin' all along, *'  I guessed"as we'd have to fi'ght.  But I know we can man a gun, ole pal,  As we did in the days gone by;  An' I twig, ole pal, you're as spick an* span,  As when ye made targets fly ;  'Tis a pity we ain't got Charlie B.,  .   For we kind a' loved him so;  But we're ready, ole pal, just you an' me,  When the skipper shouts out���������"let go."  'Tis tiresome waitin like this, ole pal,  With yer hand on the gun night an' day ;'  I am itchin' tu get jest a sightin' shot,  Just to see how the "square heads lay;"  J3ut they^re dodgin' about withtheir submarines,  In a most meesterious way;  But we'll show 'em the way to play the game  Whenever they wants to play.  An' Jellicoe knows the game, ole pal,  As well as Von Turnip Tops;  An'he'll give'im the solar plexus poke,  Whenever it comes to swops;  We was always ole topmates'you an'me,  Since first when we sailed the blue;  So, Bill, when they shows their mug, ole pal,  We'll show 'em what we can do,   X  .   WiA. Ellis.  ���������Bet REPORT  (Continued from Page 4)  For wheat, barley and oats the figures are considerably below the excellent,record of last year, the averages this year being reduced by the  prolonged drought in the Northwest provinces. In these provinces  the points for the quality of wheat,  oats and barley range from 48 for  barley in Saskatchewan to 78 for  spring wheat in Alberta.  The condition of root crops at September. ; 30 is for all Canada about  equal to last year, being 75 per cent,  of a standard or full crop for potatoes ; 78 per cent for turnips, 80 per  cent, for mangolds, carrots, etc., 89  per cent, for sugar beets, 90 per cent,  for fodder corn and 75 per cent, for  alfalfa. In Manitoba and Saskat-  cheAvan the. condition of the. root  crops is low owing to the drought.  In Northern Alberta, where tlie season-was-of more normal character,  these crops make a fair showing:   V  During September, conditions have  been generally favorable for harvest  ing and threshing, and in the Northwest provinces a great deal of threshing was completed by October 1.  There are indications that the  amount of fall ploughing this year  will be greater than usual.  WAR OR NO WAR  I YOU HAVE TO KEEP WARM  and for that "one cold room" or hallway  there is nothing just so handy and "cosy"  at the same time as one of our  X  SAFETY OIL HEATERS  They do not smoke or smell; and it is  so handy to be able to carry your heater  from one room to another, if you wish.  OURH EATERS ARE PERFECTLY; SAFE  4  styles  priced  at $4.25,  $4.50,  $5.25  and $7.00  * ������������������ ���������  f      Xv, , -     .   . .   - ...  I McCALLlM & SONS, UIVIitED  ������ "THE HARDWARE MEN"  J   2415 Main Street Near Broadway   Phone Fair. 215 |  r*  &  i'  ���������������<H  ^#1 THE WESTERN CALL  Friday, October23,3914  ifr%.%"}.v,i������"i*%,*������~r*������l,,i������'i~:���������l���������>%-*i  *** **&*****���������*���������   t..t..l.4ll.>*.fc.������..t������������4i.4t..tH,  *  TZXBSB  BECTOX.A.TXOK8  Mount  TRANSFER  Furniture and Piano Moving  X   *'  Baggage, Express and Dray.   Hacks and Carriage*  at all how*.  Phone Falrmeat 848  \   Corner Broadway and Main      ���������'"'      A, F. licTtfvish, Prop. %  ������������������ ���������!''!��������� 't t-���������*-t-l-���������'���������������������!��������� '1"1-1''t-l-������������������I-*''���������������!���������������������������������' ���������!"������'1''I1 '1'���������!''t <"������ fr-H1 ���������!''I11*.'I''I' I1 ���������!���������'���������������������������������t'***  I'M H t Ml lllll III '*******'*��������� **% I Mi I'Ht 1111II ><M# tJM'  Baxtei*&Wri  COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHERS  2ht  Governing Timber on Dominion lands  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, the  North West Territories, the Railway  Belt in the Province of Britiph" Columbia, and the tract of Three and a Half  Million Acres Located by the Dominion  in the Peace River District lb British  \| Columbia,  '"V VX'���������'������������������     :��������������������������� -Moanaaa.'��������� ���������  A license to cut timber on a tract not  exceeding: twenty-five square miles in  extent; may be acquired only at public  auctjens. A rental of $6.00 per square  mile, per annum, is charged on all timber berths except those situated west of  Yale in the Province of British Columbia; on which the rental is at the rate of  5 cents per. acre. In addition to rental,  dues are charged on the timber cut at  the rates set out in section 20 of the  regulations.  Timbar -taraalts aafl Don  Permits may be granted in the Provinces of Manitoba, Saskatchewan and  Alberta,. to owners of portable sawmills, to cut over a definitely described  + tract of land not exceeding one square  mile in extent, on payment of dues at  the rate of 50 cents per thousand feet,  B.M., and subject to payment of rental  at the rata of $100 per square mile, per  annum. .  Timber for moaeataadera  Any occupant of a homestead quarter  section having no timber of hia own  suitable for the purpose may, provided  he has not previously been granted free  allowance of timber, obtain a free permit to cut the quantity of building and  fencing timber set out ln Section 61 of  the Regulations.  W. W. CORY.  Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.  ���������   Cash or  Easy  \\ Payments  .$40000  Stock to  Choose  From  Come in and talk it over when looking for furniture.  &  Phone Seymour 771 416 Main Street  ���������Mill! ** I *** *****% M MM 11   >������1>1>1I>H1H1H>H1IW  4   .  !  Commercial Printing at "Western Call" Otticc  stows* Usual  No PinicHy War Feellag  ;x-;l3ijst^bT4:-:oMH4l������4  house is still anxious to  $o husinessxwith you^-  complete stock of Heating  Stoves, Malleable Ranges  and Household Goods.  We Wju;Not ������b Unpjsjisolp  ���������ijvojvns ov ooAii  ':.,_.. ma������ii&aVTiom  Coal'mining rights of the Dominion,  In Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta,  the Yukon Territory, the Northwest Territories and in a portln of the Province  of British Columbia, may be.leaaed. for  a term of twenty-one years at an annual  rental of $1 an acre. Not mora than  2580 acres will be leased to one applicant.    '������������������ -...;������������������  Application for a lease must be made  by the applicant in person to tha Agent  or 8ub������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 unsurveyed  territory the tract applied for shall be  staked out by the applicant himself.  Each application must be accompanied by a fee of $5, 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. - v ���������������������������  The person operating the mine shall  furnish the Agent with sworn returns  accounting for tho 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 leaat once a year.  The lease will' include the coal mining  rights only, but the leasee may be per-  fitted to purcha  ���������face rights may  eary for the working of tha mine at the  'nutted to purchase whatever 'available  surface rights may be considered necea  Reductions  i  i  ��������� to ���������  2  tu 4  NEW PATTERNS IN  Home Furnishings  Reductions  1  to i  SPECIALLY PRICED FOR THIS WEEK COMMENCING TODAY  The'special redactions cover many new and distinctive patterns in furniture for every room.    Following  are a few of our special prices: '      X. , .  REGULAR $40  One armchair and five aides, all solid  quartered oak: full box frame,  strongly built. Upholstered in  8paniah leather. Of) A  Special this week............ ������p*6f_.  REGULAR $45  Dining Table in the atyle illustrated:  built of quartered sawed oak with 48  in.   top and   extends   to 8  feet; in  olden oak finish. ������OQ  pecial this week .........   .. .������p__iO  REGULAR $50  Buffet built in quarter sawed oak.  Golden finish, bevelled edge French  ?late mirror, lined drawer  b  ASK ABOUT OUR CREDIT SYSTEM.  'or silver. Special this week  WE CHAROE NO INTEREST   -  $32  l^towB.nm. THE GARDNER-BROWNE COMPANY, WD.  Phw Jcja'r 2326  rate of $10.00 an acre.  For full Information application should  be made to the Secretary of the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to  any Agent or Sub-Agent: of Dominion  I<ands.- ������������������ -.   "   .  W. W. CORT.  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N. B.���������Unauthorised publication of  thisadvertisement will not be paid-for.  & CO.  W������ are offering this week  exceptional values in  Ingrain Papers  Now is the time to secure  your paper for your front  room, 4niing room or hall  and to have them done for  Pef ore placing your order  for Fall decorations, kindly  call or phone  The Mt. Pleasant Hardware  Phone Fair. 447 2337 Main Street  Die Pioneer Meat Market  X For Fresh and- Cured Meats  go to this Old Reliable Market  It 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  Proprietors FRANK TRIMBLE  Phone: Fairmont 257  2117 Main Street  Phone Fair. **8  ROD AND QUN-  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 ar  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 "Moose 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 repayments make up an interesting big  game issue for Canadian sportsmen.  The .American Bible ' Society reports an appeal from Germany for  Bibles for use among the soldiers,  and for money to a������4 in distributing  them. We would suggest that if the  society finds U practicablt 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.  ���������X. SAVIOURS CHURCH.  X       (Anglican.)  Corner of Firat Avenue Pnstc and  Semlin Dfiv������rGrin^iewr7==^^ ^ ^^  Rev.   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Wallpapers, Paint, Varnish, Gils,  Brushes, &c, AU Greatly Reduced  Pest quality Paint, $3.00 for $2.50 Gallon  Furniture Varnish, 2.25 ,,1.65    ���������  Rooms .Papered from $4.00 up.  .:���������":���������:'������������������>*',��������� '..'���������- -��������� ��������� ;  wrvm*DWMwest ^BmtFmmmtsm  Sunday Charity Concert  In aid of City War Distress and Relief Fund  Every Sunday at 3 OXIock  COLONIAL THEATRE  Sooth Vancouver Uwlemkm  Hamilton  Bros.  We are. foremoat in bur line for  Modbbatr Priced Funerals  6271 Fnw Jlrttt Plwi Frmr If  FOR SALE CARDS HERE  %   .   -    ������������������ ���������,������������������   -x.x, x    -        :;'��������� *  SNAP FOR GASH  OR ON TERMS  Four Good Lots at  White Rock, B. C.  ���������R  APPLY TO OWNER, WESTERN CALL  203 KINGSWAY  H^^y:1****^**^^***^****^'********^^ *********** I'l lllM"H3������  AT HOME  AT THE CLUB  AT THE HOTEL  Ask for  The Health-Giving  Natural Mineral Water  Refuse Substitutes  '$.��������� BAY COMPANY immtek  i Friday. October 23,1914  THto' WESTERN CAL1  Fredagen den 23, October 1914  Svenska Canada Ktiriren  .���������*  No. 15  Utkommer hvarje Fredag.  v Vid adress.Sr&ndriiig, torde Ni ins&n-  da den gamla, s&val som den nya samtl-  digt, fOr att ej miasfSrst&else skall upp-  Bt&.  Prenumeranter. som ej f&r tidningen  . regelbundet, torde genast meddela jletta  till redaktionen. , ''  Kontor: 203 Kingsway  Telefon vatrmont  1140.,  Tor advertising rates, apply at' offloe.  gwnnu OA-rAPTA������ vasmam, urn.  Vtglfrar*.  mr* stodbobo. aedakttr.  Hur en bornhona kan hamnas.  En svensk vid namn Oacar Lov-  [gren^skjot den lOde   oktober     i  [Prince Rupert en bjornhona med  [tv& sm& ungar.   Efter att hafva  Iskjutit bornhonan med fern skott  [lamnade han det som han trodde  iodade djuret for att hamta tv&  laf sina kamrater som'skulle vara  |behjalpliga med att aftaga skin-  let af bjornen.   Vid &terkomsten  ���������ill ort och stalle reste sig bjornen  lelt oformodadt mot Lovgren och  led valdiga Blag af sina ramar  [���������ef hon den stackars mannen, s&  fcodt som i stycken.  Tidigare pfi. dagen hade.Lov-  ren varit forfoljd af bjornen.-  Han skaffade sig en bossa och  Ikjot den och d& han senare intercom med sina kamrater sprang  fjornen mellan de bada mannen  pakt mot Lovgren och anfoll ho-  jom. Lovgren affyrade da annu  ett skott, som emellertid bomade  ich snart -var'hans kropp sonder-  |rifven till oigepkanlighet.  Senare aterfanns bjornen dod  \f de skott han erh&llit och de  Lv& ungarne sprungo rundt den  loda kroppen af deras mbder.  hotande med revolver medan de  tva andra" undersokte de inneva-  randes fickor. En fjerde hoil  vakt i trappuppg&ngen som pa  signal af mannen med revolvern  att rbbberiet var lyckligt utfordt  signalerade att utgangen var  klar.  Sju man befunno sig i klubben,  upptagna med kortspel da de 6f-  verraskades af de maskerade tjuf-  varne. En af dessa rusade till ett  af fonstren och ropade ut pa ga-  tan att man skulle taga fast dem,  men innan n&gon ens forstod hvad  det var fragan om, hade tjufvar-  ne forsvunnet bland folkskaran.  Da banditerna intradde i klubben buro de provisoriska masker,  forfardigade af .sina ' nasdukar  men dessa folio sedan af, sa att  'deras ansikten kunde tydHgen ses,  hvarfor polisen kunde erhalla en  ganska god beskrifning pa deras  utseeride. Detektiver voro snart  vid scenen 'for stolden och senare  arresterades.en man vid namn Jos  McBroom, kand under namnat  "Red". Tre detektiVer aro pa  spaning efter tjufvarna.  drifven tjuf och darfor ej latt att  infanga. Pa goda grander miss-  tankte emellertid polisen att han  begifvit sig till Gronkoping. Vid  ett foreg&ende tillfalle, da veder-  borande haft honom om hand,  hade han blifvit fotograferad i sex  olika stallningar. Dessa fotogra-  fier sandes nu till Gronkopings po-  lismyndigheter. Ett pair dagar  senare ingick folande telegram  darifr&n:  Portratten mottagna.   Fern af  de eftersokta haktade.   Den sjat-  te sp&rad.  Varma m&ltider for de nn&.  Efter konsiderabel diskussion  iellan skolr&det och statsr&det i  South Vancouver beslots att statsr&det skulle kontribuera med  pr manad till den fond som  in insamlats for att forse de man-  fa sma hungriga med en.varm raal  Id under vintertiden.  $2000 har skankts q������ larare och  lararinnor och $2000 har forut  jfvats af Municipalsamhallet och  let fordras derfor annu en sum-  1a af $1625 da det beraknas att  tyarje ra&l kostar 5 cents och d&  |et vidare beraknas     att     1125  barn maste fodas behofves en  |umma af $5625.  \ Varma maltider skola serveras  [id alia skolor och 26 kvinnor sko-  for detta andara&l anstallas.  Se upp for portmonnatjufvarne.  En Mrs. Marsden, boende a  Holly Lodge, fr&nrofvades pa tis-  dagskvallen sin handvaska, da hon  kom gaende a Jervis Street, vid  half atta tiden.  En hel del tjufverier af denna  sort har pa senare tiden forofvats  a vestra sidan af staden och dus-  sintals fall af namnda slag har in-  rapporterats till polisen under  den g&ngna veckan. -  Mrs. Marsden gjorde emellertid  en betydelig forlust da vaskan in-  neholl ofver $300 i silfver och sed-  lar forutom juveler.  Hur Petterson redd������ sig.  Fru Petterson (till sina vid kaf-  ferepet forsamlade vaninnor): ���������  Ni kan aldrig tro, hur svart kors  jag har att dras med for min man.  Hvarenda kvall sitter han p& kro-  gen till l&ngt ut pfi, natten. Nu  har jag emellertid hittat pa rad  ��������� jag har gomt hans stoflar, sa  nu ska' han fa vackert halla sej  hemmai, vare sej han vill ell<er^ inte.  Pfi krogen nagra timmar senare.  Varden: ��������� Se go' afton, herr.  Petterson, hur stir det till!  Petterson: ��������� Tyvarr inte bra.  Jag har f&tt s&dan kylskada fmina  fotter, sa jag inte kan ha annat an  de har stora f iltskorna pa mig.  ��������� Far jag en grogg som vanligt!  Nograknad.  F&ngvaktaren (till svindlaren)  ��������� Sesfi, gfi. nu in i cellen 1  Det  ar redan tva darinne.  Fangen     (tvekande):<��������� Men  jag hoppas, att det ar    hyggligt  folk!  ��������� Sitt ordentligt vid bordet,  pojke! Ta' ske'n i andra handen,  torka dej om nasan a at brod te!  Pos8ande namn. Den beromde  aviatikern later dopa sin forstfod-  da.  Prasten: ��������� Hva' ska' den lilla  flickan heta?  Den stolte fadern: ��������� Flygia  Propellina Benzina Motorina Ae-  romina Petteson. '>  JLktenskapet. De hade varit  gifta ett ar.  En dag kom svarfadem in och  'sade:  ��������� Kara Emil, jag har forlorat  hela min formogenhet!  ��������� Jasa, sade han, sa har jag  da alltsa anda gift mig af karlek.  JHt sbiBUtf fall.  |.f En. 17-&rig yngling vid namn A;  j^ewc^tstodinfor IHagistwt^f  South Vancouver, anklagad for  ^tt hafva skjutit pa sin fader. X  ^Fadern hade pa sondags efter-  liddag tillrattavisat sonen i hem-  let for n&gon forseelse och gos-  |?en rusade da upp i of re vanin-  !;eh efter ett gevar och genom en  inn jibra'dvaigg af^kjiot  han  ett  skott mot fadern hvilket som  (less battre icke traffade nagon.  Gossen ar anklagad for mord-  irsok.  Aterfunnen dod.  I  New 'Westminster forsvann  jr tva veckor sedan Miss Maud  ft'Connell frfin sitt hem h     6th  k-ye. och 17th street under myc-  8t upprord sinnesstamning efter  Moderns dod som intraffat dagen  ian hon lamnade hemmet.    If-  j|ga spAningar efter den fprsyun-  har sedan foretagits men forst  tisdagen aterfanns hennes do-  kropp i     Fraserfloden     vid  lorth Arm.   Miss O'Connell var  idast 27 ar gammal.  Sakerlige nen god idel  Afrddjade tomter i Vancouver  som under tiratal legat obrukbara  och af sina agare hallits endast  for spekulation kommer, om alia  goda foresatser kunna drifvas i  verkstallighet, att till v&ren anta-  ga utseende af fruktbara tradgar-  dar. IHjere foretagsaimma orga-  nisationer hafva tagit initiativet  till ett upprop for dessa tomters  anvandande till nytta och foljden  har blifvit att narmare ett hundra  acres har erhftllits som till.v&ren-  kommer att planteras med alle-'  handa gronsaker.  XMan hoppas att pa detta satt,  den hvite mannen skall kunna kon  kurera med kinesen som hu nas-  tan uteslutande ager monopol p&  gronsakshandeln. En annan for-  del ar afven att husmodern kan  erhalla farska gronsaker- alldeles  i narheten af hemmet i'stallet att  som forut varit forh&llandet, ko-  pa frari de orenliga kineserna.  Hundratals man hafva anmalt  sig yilliga,: att hyra en del af des-r  sa tomter for gronsaksodling som  till sommaren antagligen for dem  kommer att blifva ganska inbrin-  gande. X  Into troende.  I torkan komma en dag nagra  sockenbor till den gamle kyrko-  herden och framforde en cldmjuk  aiih&llan om att denne matte nas-  ta sondag be om regn. s  ��������� Ja, det kan jag garna. gora;  svarade herr kyrkoherden, men ta  me tusan om det hjalper sa lange  den, har. vestliga vinden.star bi.  BSttring.  - Fru Anderson: -*��������� Na, din hyres-  gast studenten, kommer han fort-  farande lika dragen hem om kval-  larnat  Fru Johanson: ��������� Nej, jag hair  raarkt en liten forbattring. Forra  natten sof han delvis i sangen.  NUINKOMMET  Dr. Hakansons  ^     8VENSKA  SALUBRIN  HOSTA  Vftr medicin mot hosta ocfi 0S*y  kylning sviker^aldrig.  , ,V&rt Magic botemedel mot. hot  ta och f orkylning torde svika i ett  fall, mot 200, och i detU fall iro  vi villiga att aterbetala, hvad aba  erlagts for detsamma.  Ofver hufvud taget, Ir det den  bSsta medicin vi n&gonsin sett.  Orders per post en Specialittt  8kandlnaviska Apoteket  S6DA STJERNAN  Skrif p& Svenska.  Red Star Drug Store;  53 Cordova Street West    "  Midt emot Hotel Manitoba.  .  Telefon Seymour 1069.  a5H������^_lL5BSa_^5H5fESS������ESaSZ5SSH5ESES2SESSSaSESZ5a5E5BSE5ZSH5LS^  ^   SVENSKAR! SVENSKAR!  ^ i  Correct Tuilors  MANSKOSTYMEH MRAS MTER BESTALLNIlfO  FARDICH.YDDA KOBTYMER,  SAMT RIONROOKAR, M. M.  , Gor er akyldi^iet och kom till oss,' har aparar ni den  stora fortjansten, som alia andra m&ste ha for att kunna betala sina stora hyror.  ' Kom stra^ till ocb for - ,  HdST-YTTERBOOXWC, H(������TKOSTYMEN  . -   SAMT RMNROOKEW.  Rom 000 .Meroaatile Buildings- Hornet af Homer oeh Cordova,  Inging 3)6 Homer St Vanoonver, B. O.  _������5_Sa52_SS52S2SESa5aSZSESZ5ESESaSZSaSZSZSaSZS.^^  i2S2Si!Si_n_5Kt5ZSU2S2S2_Zra^SZSiS25Z5S  BASTA JARNVAOBN TILL (JSTERW  The Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Rty.  Finaste geiomgianiie tlf mellan    8IATTL1 OOH OHIOAOO.  hvareirt f������rbind������lae g6res med all* t&g till oetra, sodoetra oeh  dylika platser. "    X '  B&da tagen hk Standard oeh Tnrist Sofvagnar, Matsal oeh  jCoich.^ "- ���������[  '   F6r vidare underrfittetoer angftende dessa genomg&ende  t&g, bUettpriser ocli ���������& vidare, var god oeh skrif till eller besdk  A. W. NASE, OoBuneroial Agent  H. B. EWER, Oi^ Ticket A,gent.  443 HASTINGS STREET WEST, VANCOUVER, B. O.  Den nya banan arden kortaste.  j_J2SaSKESiSZSESaSaS2SESES2SSSES2SHSESaSESESaSE5ESHSasasaSE^^  Slagfirdig.  Vid en glad middag blev en  kand vitsare ombedd att komma  fram med nagot nytt. Han gjor-  de ett forsok. En annan smfi-  kvick bordsgranne yttrade da fol-  jande:  ��������� Roligt att hora, min kare bror  att i dessa daliga fabrikstider, &t-  minstone din vitsfabrik ej star  stilla!  ���������- A, nej, var du lugn, lod det  obarmhartiga svaret, s& lange du  lefver, har jag tillrackligt drifts-  kaipital;' '���������. ;'n':V-'v) ^,.  *n  |������& en tidningsredaktion.  En man kom inrusande pa  tidningsredaktion.  ��������� A de ni, som skrif vit, att 2������8  a en idiot!!?  ;.~.Nej......   ,X   -v^xX'-vv.-  ���������A de ni��������� som sagt, att ja' a,'  en 8kojare!!f  ���������J'~:Nej.-; .y;.'//    ���������'���������'������������������/���������/-���������;:  ��������� Hvem i ��������� a de da!?  ��������� De a antagligen Dagliga Mor-  gonposten. . Vi trycka aldrig gamla nyheter.  KOMIHAG ,  att den nya natnralisationslagen  trader i kraft den 1 Jan., som ford-  rar.att personer for att blifva Ca-  nadiensiska . medborgare m&ste  hafva varit i landet 5 &r, och sar:  skildt forbor infor en domare.  For narvarande kunna nerso-  ner med god karaktar soto varit  bosatta i Canada under ire &r blifva Canadiensiska medborgare.  Droj' ej for lange utan besok  genast  ���������T. Fred. Sanders  . , Notary. Public  601 Holden Bldg.  Hotel West  AH OarraU Street  Vancouver, B. 0.  FETER GIOVANPO, Agare.  Jtns Olsen, forestandare  ^ Vancouvers ^nyaste-hotellmed  ofver 100 rum. Alia stora och  1 jusa med varmt och kallt vatten  saint telefon i hvarje rum. Firsts klass buffet och gafee.       X  Pacific  Snabba, genomgiende tig till Astern gfir forWndelie med alto I  Fartyg till Europa  Standard,'Tourist and Pining]  Cars  British Columbia Coaat Canneries; Prince Rupert och Granby  Bay, Vancouver. Victoria, Seattle, West Coast Vancouver  Island, Prince Rupert och Alaska, Nanaimo, Union,  -'' . Comox, Vancouver, Ladysmith, Tacoma, Victoria,  "���������! Upper Fraser River, Gulf Islands   For vidare upplysningar banvande man sig till:  J. MO*, C. T. A. 434*H������rtingf St. Vancouver, B. O.  S. Gdranson M Co,  328 HASTINGS ST. EAST  Enda Svenska Grocery * ImjJortingaffar i staden.  JU1* Svenska delikatesser p& lager.  l:Gi^.^.bei^kr^-^^i^       Modtrata priser  i Et djarft robberi.  I en privat klubb belagen a 336  [listings  Street West,   intradde  tre  maskerade  man,  bevapnade  led revolvrar pa tisdagskvallen  ch hollo upp de     innevarande,  ft*&ntagan^e dem ringar, juveler  lbckor och kontanter.   Det lyc-  fades ypperligt i sitt foretag och  Jndkomrao p& gatan bland de tra  .erande.   En af banditerna stod  Fismtidsbild.X ..���������'���������'���������  ��������� j\nna! ropade frun for-  skrackt.Vnar ett haftigt buller af  sonderslagna glasrutor genljod  genom huset kl. 2 pa morgonen.  Ar det ijufvar i v&ningen?  -��������� Nej, frun, de'. a' bara herrn  som kommer hein fran luftseglare-  klubben och forsoker flyga in genom matsalsfonstret.  Grohkopingspolisens bragd.  Karl   Johansson-Roseen-Strom  hade ater lagt ett inbrott till alia  sina fpreg&ende.  Han var endurk ningsfulle son?  Kvinnliga hemlighetei;.  P& balerna hander ofta, att da-  merna glomma bort namnen pa de  kavaljerer som bjudit upp. dem,  men da hitta de alltid p& n&gra  kannetecken, som annorteras. Se  har ett, litet utdrag ur en dans-  bok:   ���������' '< % ;,-.".  "Andra polkanlofvad at. herrn  med stora nasan.  Forsta fransasen med honom,  som ser dum ut.  Tredje valsen at lilla   herrns  med vartan pa hakan.  Andra galoppen at honom med  vackra ogonen."  N&, d& si. Pastorn (till sin  nye drang): ��������� Ni ser sfi mbrk ut.  A' era foraldrar svenskar?  Drangen: ���������. Ja, far min a la  svensk, men w mor m,i ho va sma-  lanska.  Fint bordskick. Namndemans-  mor pa julkalaset till sin forhopp-  IPtf. MART rURBERG '  Banunorika.  ^Utexeminerad i Stockholm.  916 Oottea Drive, Grandview,  (H8met af Cotton Drive oeh  Vtnables 8t)  Skandinaviskt  Bageri  Alia sorters svenska br6d, sCta  limpor, sockerskorpor, smdrba*  kelser och kaffebrCd.  Alla best&llningar utfdras nogw  grant. ''���������  FRU MARTINS HEMBA6ERI  005 Richards Street  Vancouver. B. O.  Speciella t&g afgi firin den nya Granville St. itationeh kl.  12, 12:30 och hrar 16de minut dir efter till kL 2.  0     Kapplopningar foregi s&viil regn som solaken. g  _i25ZS2525Z5Z5Z52525Z5Z5ZSZ52S^  L5Z5i!5Z5ZSiSZ5i5ZSZ525ZS25ZSZ5i5ZS2r  Cameron's Store  For Men  Handgjorda    kostymer      fr&n  $15.00 tUl $25.00  Stetson hattar.  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