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 X  ;<X-������ '  4?  A  ���������*���������      Xi       --  - "X'X^       jft     X<AJ  X*   -x   Xxxx���������#^^wV4  X   i"-    *      , 7XX^#   ^t'-'XI  ^ ' ���������,      'ft*    4,V* < 1  1 *������ _.*Xi  Subscribe for  The Western Call  Today  ,2r *w>  See Advt. ������ ,  on Back Pag? and  Act To-Day  ' P������*.    *������*'  - ' /.'������}<*  Published in ihe interests of Greater Vancouver and the Western People  m  VOLUME VI.  ���������"'   .     V  VA&Cfr(jVjER>, British C^^otot;; NOVEMBER, 6, ^14  5 Cento Per. Copy  No. 26  ���������     tlr  l-A  I      '        --  Wake LJp Canada���������Empire Fighting fot Existence  Causes  ^  \  Head of McQill University Demands that Canada b^ Equipped-Page5xH  Oil    I    III    I    I   ������4Q44>4������^_������.^-  44������4^^������44J^44������44Ji.������������444JHh������44*^44������^������������^44������44>4^4^^������.44Ja^������^BaB)  I    ���������    I    ������    ���������   1    I    I     ||||)||||||   |.������.������.������i������^4fc������_fr|������������_������������_������������.  ll  4 Ii  I  4  *  '>  '���������'   '!' -'  x -'XXI  ~. *    j.    * t    f- \'  *   'I   ��������� :VV  .���������' >"*">���������  "3wfi*o|^ Own "on Parade at tbe. Artillery headquarters.  t. -  . r  I     I >  I ������ >I������H |4.B������������444������^������   |>|W  t      I  iihiiimii ������p  w*he pr mm  In  - - Britain is today one vast military camp,  every town and village men are drilling.  The picture we present this week was^taken  in Bristol^ England, and represents Bristol's new  | batallion just as it is attaining full strength.  p," Bristcft1^ Own^" is drawn cbiefhr from the  commercial and mercantile professions. Most of  these young men have spent their business lives >  in offices. It is a tribute to the wholesome influence of outdoor sport that most of these young  men are of excellent physique, and certainly look  equal to the tough campaign work. /  We ^question aurhether recruits drawn from  classes of the community accustomed to manual  L labor out of doors can show a very much superior  [physical standard. " f  Bristol is intensely proud of its new batallion  and has dubbed it " Bristol's Own," and expects  them to make a strong shewing at the Potsdam  f' Church Parade sometime next year.  Besides the enlisting and drilling there is another feature of this new British life which may  tbe described in a sentence; "Every Bristolian  who is big enough to shoulder-a gun ought to  Jearn to shoot."   This has been made possible  by Tnuitiplying the ranges where any citxzen can  be instructed and trained in long range shooting,  f free of all cost except the expenditure of his time.  ���������'There are no less than eleven rifle ranges in the'  : city of Bristol open and active all day long. And  this is multiplied   throughout   the   length   and  breadth of Great Britain and Ireland, anjl ought  to be /emulated in o Canada.   -      X  Britain has had a rude awakening.   For years  fiord-Roberts-,-and others have-been seeking to  arouse the British mind to the danger of yKaiser-  ism���������-but lulled to sleep by  a false  note  from  pulpit and press���������-the Britisher took the way of  [sloth. " It took the awful tragedy of desolated  i Belguim, the fall of Antwerp���������capture of Gstend  and the booming of the big German guns breaking ii sound waves on Britain's shores to thoroug-  ly arouse the country. , ^    _      '"  a It ought to be every jrtan's job to learn to de-^  fend his home and land.    And the discipline  necessary to fit a man foi* this task" is in itself  worth all the time devoted to it.  1 "'Thw'^s^iS* militarism"arid the-man who objects  to fit himself for this task is an encumbrance and  if he propagates his idetU, a danger to the state.  Canada is not yet'awake to this truth. lake  the United States, and in even a larger measure,  she has been satisfied to let Britain build, equip  and pay for a large fleet to keep predatory nations  off.  Canada has not been willing to properly equip  herself for defense ahd has leant a willing ear to  the fool voices of pulpit and press and politics  that have confounded proper defence preparations  with militarism.  To-day Canada is flattering herself that she  has done nobly in sending 33,000 men armed and  equipped to Britain to take their place on the  great battle ground that is deciding the fate of  Empires. But the Eastern Canadian papers are  dissecting the rolls and find that 94 per cent of  the first contingent are Britains own sons, retur-  ing to fight for the Motherland.  The idea that this war will make all future  wars impossible is as untrue now as it has been  always in the past. As long as men and nations  are selfish there will be war. - True Christianity  alone1 can bring peace amongst men. But man  has always possessed this grace in eathern vessels  and true Christianity has woefully ebbed and  flowed amongst the nations. The emasculated,  diluted version current today makes for discord  rather than peace.  "Let Canada take her cue from Bristol. Every  Canadian old enough to shoulder agun ought to  learn<!/to shoot." v .X  The war in Europe that is deciding our liberties  is not over yet ��������� indeed is hardly well begun and  no man on earth can yet tell the outcome. Canada may yet be called on for 500,000 (men and  noW is the time to begin preparation.  Wake up Canada ��������� you are still in the Land  of Dreams,   r V  Bristol's Noted Son in Vancouver, Mr. H. H- Stevena, M.P.  JX     ������������������ x;xrx-v, I  London, Nov. 5.���������"A German  officer named Mors was arrested  by the Egyptian police on his return from Turkey with plans for  dynamiting the Suez Canal. He  ���������\va/3 sentenced by court martial to  imprisonment for life."  *  *���������  V  t  %  *  i x x 11 :i iiiMiiiMin ii 111111111111 nt������ THE WESTERN CALL.  Friday, November 6, 1914  Mount Pleasant  Dry Goods Hnuse  liter  For Men, Womeo. Ctiildreo  Separate Garments or  Combination Suits  Turnbiiirs Natural Wool  for anyone in your family.  Lovely white wool garments  for women and children.  StanfieldV Watson's  or Turnbull's  for Men and Boys.   Prices  the lowest for the  BEST QUALITY GOODS  NEW FANCY NECKWEAR  for the ladies.  New Winter Coats  Just in���������rather late arrivals.  ^.^^mM~H~HmHmH>^HmHm!*<>*I~!*>>*>^>(' ***************************************^  SNIDER BROS. & BRETHOUR, CONTRACTORS  [,^X~X^^~>*>������^**M>^^ ^^*>^^*������H^*^^M^"^  ' XU ^%vxn  ���������t****s i^X. *w-������   ������ rj.m.'-^rt^"' ."V''"'  ������j-���������  ^U.   V 4^ft-      #.r" V-*   *-<-*-~    *-*  X  X2, <���������.*-> X"4X%<  <������<���������   j       i  - X~J  ' X ���������> 'X_    -��������� ' --%  ���������, X>j|^������, -  V ft   , * F P    *K  '-���������   ������J -_aj  New Felt Slippers  for Men, Women and Children.*   All prices.  See Our Window  Displays  It Will Pay You  COR. MAIN and 8tb AVE.  PHONE: FAIRMONT 806  Phone Seymour O08(K  If YOU W*  NOT  INSURED  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, and Brethour. All 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. l  THE WAR  V   IN EUROPE  ./.  Has not affected the quality  of Printing turned out by  our plant. . Our high standard^ stiU maintained, in  spite of the fact that prices  of raw materials \we risen  considerably.  When you place an order  with us you can depend on  having it  delivered   in   the'fcorne   Scott ;   trombones,   Miss  shortest possible time, consistent with the best of workmanship and accuracy.  Terminal Cii7 Prws, Ud.  903 King������w������y  Phone Fairmont U40  A MUSICS FAMILY  A party of friends spent a very  happy evening, Hallowe'en, Saturday, October 31st, at the residence of Mr. and Mrs'. J. Dow,576  52nd Avenue East," South Van-  couver.  The. Lobb Family Band, of  which Mr. Chas. C. Bouse is conductor, furnished the music.  The members of the, band are :  Solo cornets, Mr Chas. C. Bouse,  Mrs Chas." C. BduseXMiss Baye  Jjobb and Mr. Jj. W. Attwood ;  2nd cornet,-Miss. Gladys tobb ;  altos, Miss Elsie Lobb and Mr.  Erna IJobb and Mr. Warner Lobb  baritone, Miss Una Lobb ; bass,  M&s Ida,Lobb. Others present  and contributing to. the enjoyment of the evening were Mr. and  MrsrAif/^eesclate, MrsrAttwood,  Mr. and Mrs. Barlowe, Mr. and  Mrs. Alford, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley, and Mr. Thos. Lobb.    1  Trip]  AGAINST  FIRE  CONSULT US.  WE WRITE  FIRE INSURANCE  Closed it M������ I'Clock u S&tvfcjs  Specially insured againat burglary  and hold-upi.  ,. NOTABY FUBUC  Dow, Fraser Trust to.  122 Hastings St, W.  Make the Round  ������ by Telephone ���������  ���������..'���������'.' Do you realize that      X  A Long Distance Call  Means Two Messages  Yonget your answer immediately  __^_L^____^______I______,_____^___________,___a_________--_^_____^__a_____^-__-___-____  SPECIAL NIGHT RATES  Gall Long Distance  Our $6.50  and $5.00  Nut Coal  Which again we say without  fear of, contradiction, is the  same coal that some of our  most prominent competitors  have charged you $7.51 and  and $8.00 for.  wrRTcq.  WMAUW -     -HMJQNIB S������y> I4M  26 years in Victoria.  Phone Seymour 943  Davies & Sanders  General Contractors  55-66 DAVIS CHAMBERS  615 HASTINGS ST. W.  Private  s  Are in demand this year,  many people finding them,  on account of the financial  stringency, impropriate  substitute* for the regular  Chriatmw gifts.  We have some excellent .samples.  Terminal City Press  CeMpany, Limited  Wt  GUARANTEED  American Silk  HOSIERY  We Want You to Know  Time tlosr  They stood tho test when all  others failed. They give raal foot  tomfort. ��������� They hata no stains to  rip. They nartr become loose and  bagf j as the shape is knit in, not  pressed in. They ere GUARANTEED for fineness, for style, for  superiority of material and workmanship, absolutely stainless, and  to wear six months withoat holes  or replaced by new pairs free.  ���������-.    OUR FRBe OFPEK  To every ene sending ������s SOc te  cover shipping ehargM, we will  send, subject, to diity, absolutely  free:  Three pairs ef ear famous  men's AMERICAN SILK  HOSE with written guarantee,  any color, /or  Three pairs ef ear Ladies'  Hose in Black, Tan or White  eolora, with written guarantee.  DON'T DELAT-Offer expires  when dealer in your locality is  ���������elected. Give feeler and aiae  desired.  The laftersatleMl Heelery Co.  '^���������������������������: 21 Bitfner Street     ^   r  ���������ksytM, eiile, y. B. A.  B. C. EQUIPMENT CO.  MACHINERY  DEALERS  CONCRETE  M1I1M, SX^IL  CARS, ROCK CRUSHERS, ELECTRIC,  STEAM AND GAMLINE HOISTS.       WHEELBARROWS, TRANSMISSION MACHIN1RT,   GAMUNI  ENGINES,  PUMPS  AND ROAD MACHINMY.  Offices: 609-613 Bank of Ottawa Bldg.  Phoae Sey������e������r t������4* (Exehai������e to all Departments)  SEALED  SECURITY  is esfien&U to safe investment.  Our Debentures guarantee a  a return of 5^���������are negotiable  DEBENTURES -are secured by $7,480,339  Assets.  on Savings Deposits. Subject to cheque  withdrawal. Interest' compounded quarter-  yearly.  Tbe Great West Permanent Loan Company  Vancouver Branch: Rogers Bldg., Ground Floor  R. J. POTTS, Manager.  BUFFALO GROCERY  Commercial Prive.and 14th Avenue  "Tlie Home of Quality"  (Meet) Fresh  Pest Quality  Groceries  4. p. sinctair. >r������P: fbine Fairmont 1033  SAVE   3    M  SHU>HIUC  YGDK .K^.StliOl v)  ,iO(;Uh  t AST OR     OCKH  \U OIJIc <OMh INATION ( Al?_.     GlVt  . Di. YOIM   MA(������\iN(.  MOVING SlORfidfc AHD S.llPPINC  Wt   i\NOW   HOW  (AMi'titil   Stowage Company  "CTFrrew oer bcattyst  PHONE   SgVMOW TSftO.  A HOME INSTITUTION  being the only Canadian Chartered &tnk wilS Head  OiEcci in British Columbia. ;t  ���������ecounts may be; opened at any branch of the Bank  with deposits of One Dollar and upwards. Merest  paid at the eurrtnt rate.  A General Banktlif Business Transacted >\V-ji'v  Friday; ^NoVei^e!1 6; 18|i4^  ii>TM^SiBim'J3l^-  xtvxxxxx������������   XXXXXX:XXX?X;XXXX^  For Sale, and  For Rent  Cards  10c each 3 for 25c  VEST-IN MIL IFFIK, 213 IllflWlJ  A DETECTIVE'S ADVICE  nnTm a i���������p-ij 1��������� a Pri.  ���������ate Detective, _t jw dn't  *k yew  . JOHNSTON, tbe Secret  Service latelUffeac* Bares*. Siiite i������3-4  319 PwNler St., W.  V������icNf������r, B. C  Try Our Printing  Quality .Second  to None  *****XQ'***************************************+*******  ��������� >  A .  . t  A. E. Harron  J. A. Harron  4P  G. M. Williamson  .  ��������� ������  HARRON BROS.  FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS  VANCOUVER  Office & Ohapel-10S4 GranvUle St,  Phone Seymeur M8tf  NORTH VANCOUVER  0������ee*Chapel-lM Sixth St. W.   W  PhesolSA  **** >****** I ****** ****************************l******  {****************************************************  Trader's Trust Company. Ltd. jj  ;:  328*333 Rogers Bid*.  Vancouver, B.C. ;:  ::  GEKHRAL AGENTS:  Pacifle States Fire Insurance Company  Franklin Fire Insurance Company  ! A GENERAL TRUST BUSINESS TRANSACTED !  I>}(riiHt>H������>tn>>M������tn>ltHH������tM>>������M)t>Hf>M������������  ********************������%****** *************** ***********\'t  South Shore Lumber Co.  v  ::  LIMITED  Lumber ilanufacturers  1 Front St, Foot of Ontario St      ;i  &mi-r?&i.t} (Eaihmttg  The pick of the best British  woollens.    M <   X  Cloth bought by one of the  principals of the Semi-ready  house, with headquarters in  the heart of England's woollen  district.  Semi-ready patterns are  confined to us, .because our  con_.umption is so great that  makers are glad to do special  work for Semi-ready.  ; I PHONE Fairmont 1*4      VANCOUVER, B. C.  ������������������M I i I Ii ������������������������������������������������������������������������������#���������!'���������������������������������������'������������������'������'������������������������������ **********+*********.***4**i  j f*-^M-*-H'^X'*������>rHt*rH'V1'* ^H"H'H''Ml������*'������*'mtlHlM'*���������'������������������������  v < -  QAS FIRES  $1.00 POWN ANP $1.00 PER MONTH  4>  At  ���������������  *>  A  >  A   *  1>  A ���������  .  >  t   >  6m FirM do ererythinf in the line ol hotting, whieh eon ho tecered \.  <;   with any open grote pro, ������n������J with the foNowtof fdrtntigoa:    . *  ..   d-PANUNUSS���������No dmt, dirt or trouble in laying or maintaining the . ���������  * ���������        fire, removing whet etc. * >  * CONVeHIBNCE-A twist of tho wrist, end ������ scratch Of a match, starts ..  tho lire in operation. Tt may ho turned off m limply when tho do- *;  tired temperature ia reachei. J,  ;   fOMFQRT���������The fire it perfectly regulated, thus ortiding tho extremes ''  ;;        incident with tho ohffaihioned grate. ,'!  ���������;   acONOMY���������The fire it ready for instant tie, night or day.   It girot ��������� >  ;; heat at toon at lighted, and all tho fuel consumption stops as toon ; I  at it it turned of f .*    -  -                   - -              -    -          -" -  See tits* 0s������ fires **i mitt ������������������9irie������ cotctrslif tho PqwIpmttU ���������(:  :: Vancouver Qas Co.     Manitoba Hardware Co.  I7M Coqiaiercfal Prtvt  Carrall * tlaatlogt S*  *        M38 Oranvlllo St., Ntor o������v|o  - McCallum & Sons  24IS JUaln Street  Gordon Urown & Co.  3091 Oranvllle Street  ^,|..t.,|,���������!��������� ���������!��������� .j..t.���������!��������� ���������>���������!��������� ������������������������>���������!��������� -I' !���������'���������������!��������� -t-'1'���������������������������������������!��������� ���������!'> *************************''  9     '       ".  'gBBBBgBBBBBg-gBBBBgSgggB- " ���������    . .        '    .      V\     ,.    '       ���������! X''������������������ .     J  We delirer and hang  all Shades complete in place  Telephone Sey. 843  f.w..wwm&co.  MANUFACTURERS   OF  Window Shades, Brass Curtain Rods and Fittings  Measurements taken and  Estimates given.'  All Colore and Sizes made  to Order  1257Gk^  VANCOUVER, B.C;  Suits, $15 to $36.  Overcoats, $15 to $40.  Special Order Suits, $18 and up.  Dress Suits, $25 and $30.  Thomas & McPam  655 Granville Street  ALIEN ENEMIES  The German-Canadian Alliance  of Saskatchewan has addressed a  petition to Sir Bobert Borden asking for the suppression of Canadian newspapers which are printing anti-German articles.  Ottawa, Nov. 4.���������If the western  German papers, publishing pro-  German articles and articles with  a seditious tinge, continue this policy they will be suppressed by  the government. The military  authorities at Winnipeg, Regina,.  Calgary and Edmonton have been  given instructions to notify any  papers in their districts that the  publication of any articles intending to incite feeling against Britain will be followed by suppresv  sion.  -; This action of the authorities  at Ottawa has come none too soon  , The 4������ Western Call " has stood  out for fairplay. for all of the German nation that elect to remain  with us who will play fair. There  seems, however, to be an element  in the Provinces who are bent on  disturbance.  The writer of this article, twelve  years ago, whilst bn the train in  Alberta foregathered with a man  who had been pastor of a German  congregation in Nebraska. He  was . then engineering a strong  German movement to Alberta, the  details of which were quite interesting.  The writer, at that time, hailed  from Chicago, and did not reveal  his pro-British tendencies, leaving  the German to infer that he was  American.  In the process of the conversation there developed the evidence  of an amazing hatred of Britain  on the part, of the German, and  at last being asked if he liked the  country, blurted out :" Ohy! yes  the country will be all right when  we have got rid of that bloody  British flag.^'   At that titae Brit-  ishers paid but little -attention to  such outbursts:    The   story   of  Germany** preparations for the.  attack Vn Britain, however, has  set us all thinking, and the Germans in pur midst must be given  to understand that   whilst   they  are making their homes and their  living in the British Empire afty  open sympathy with the   enemy  must be carefully suppressed and  any aid given openly or in secret  will be regarded and dealt with  as an act of high treason.  It is high time that all our  foreign born element whether  naturalized or not be warned officially to be careful.  j..i..|..i..tMi..:..i..i..>^..i..|..I,.t..t.,^.,I).l.,t.������,t..>,Hi,Ml,|li.lti.ni������/iHili iu n n m**i/iti*t<  ::  ��������� ���������  COLONIAL THEATBE CONCERTS  fOTHEBDITOa  THE "W^STBEN CALL  ���������������  : XX'  * >i  * ���������  _><4>     ..  As many questions have been asked with  reference to the proceeds froni the advertising  on the Programmes at the '.'Sunday Charity Con-*  certs" held in the Colonial Theatre; I am taking  the liberty of using this valuable space of your  paper. I have Itad the. pleasure' of "doing*the  advertising during,the month of October and  must thank the" many advertisers' for their kind'  help. The amount received .from the,, advertising  was $90-50, cost of Programmes paid to printers  (Terminal City Press) $50.00 and the. balance  $40.00 was handed over to Mr. $. Wheeler "The  Sailors Home' \ 508 Alexander St. .v.������-.". -   \ -���������_  I am yours  A. E. Won tor.  7 2232 Hemlock St.  *_���������  it      ,  ********<i*****.y*.\w  \ Phone Fairmont; 1140...=-.-  Ring us up fof X';<H  PRINTING; OR ADVERTISING  1 ' ���������      , ��������� ��������� . '  q.  ++********* "1"! ������ ��������� 11 !!���������!���������>������>> 1 * IH I > 11 ��������� 11 . ������. I . * *l I* X X 1 * 11  JOSxH. BOWMAN  ARCHITECT  v 910-11 Yorkshire Building |  V Seymour Street Vancouver, B. CX  '>****"*********i**'m*****4****i%*****%*%\%i%*\%^*$*M$  if \  ***************($  l  Car. ftOft tn# fritifrtr St9.  ^iimiHiiiiiiiiuiiititiiiynihiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiitiiiHiiiiiiiiiHiiHiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiijjiiiiK  ���������* '.-���������"..'      \-     -..-.���������        ��������� : . . ���������-���������       ;���������.;...A,  ���������A ; ��������� ���������'������������������"��������� :": '       ! :    -'.-.;������������������.���������"���������"���������' '.  '"������������������   ������������������  *   THIS b oM iIast offer   I  FOR   : -  THE  Montreal Family Herald ft Weekly Star, |  THE WESTERN CALL  and Famous War Map-?-$L50  ^H',.l .MmM ; m ,11 IM 11M ****** I 1 H t I 11 II111II U II111 HI  l-essons Come  Easier  IF the child has a  hig, .''generous'  light to study by.  The  lamp saves eye  strain. It is kerosene light at its best  ��������� clear, mellow,  and unflickering.  The RA ITO does not  1 smoke or smell. It is  easy to light, easy to |  clean, and easy to re- g  wick. The RAYQ  costs little, but you  cannot get a better  at any price.  Made in Canada  ROTXITE OIL ii kst for ������D um  THE IMPERIAL OIL CO., LUttd      Citfvy   lcciu        Mwtnal  QmUc      HaEfa.    Um,m*m   S.il  @  SE  ______  mm  T.  Ott������������������ =  ___  rn|i!liii|i!;ii;iiiinj  . 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If the Carii-on-DcliTery System is in ut in your country, then  yoa need only send 10\ for either watch yoa select ������nd pay  balance when you reeeiv*the Wateh.   IWltn,lM^Bya1Ei|1lni  Orders left with  V. Odium THE WESTERN CALL.  Friday. November 6_ 1914  THE MEi CALL  PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY  BY THE,  TERMINAL CITY PRESS, LTD.  /  HEAD OFFICE:  203 Kingsway, Vancouver  Telephone Fairmont 1140  8umeeHatleat  One Dellarm Tear la Advaaeo  $t.80 Outelde Caaade  - *  If you do not get "CALL" regularly  it is probably because your subscription  is long overdue. Renew at once. If paid  up, phone or write complaint today.  PROGRESS OF THE WAR  Events of the past week has, brought Turkey  out into the open. Bent assunder. by the old and  new Turk parties���������the Kaiser has won the day  and Turkey is now at war with the Allies? How  much help this will bring to the Kaiser isrnot  yet evident ��������� but it means the final- passing of  Turkey, beyond-a doubt.. The Russian (troops  have already crossed the border ifi the Caucasus  and taken many Turkish towns.* British troops  have been1 massed on the Egyptian frontier in  defense of- Suez Canal and British War vessels'  have bombarded-and destroyed tho forts at  Akhabah and Jeddah ��������� Cyprus has been formally  annexed to Britain and the French and British  fleets are now destroying the forts, holding the  Dardanelles. The Bussian Black Sea fleet has  driven the Turkish fleet into the. Boaphorus and  holds them there. .Turkey is reported'to be mass-.  ��������� ������. iLyiii ___**t'_, rt<!l_,---i-u.-  ii_;<   a^'^iiA.  ing her  east of G  inten  Ttihataldja lines, 25 miles  X Bulgaria announces her  yi;eutr&iy unless attacked,  have not. spoken, but tbe  lother blaze in the Balkans:  and will probably fide with  iter also threatens the Allies with  in and a flfoly-war af'Mohanunedans  against the Giaoubr. Italy haa, so far contented  herself with landing troops in Avion*J in order  to protect ber interests on that side of the'Adriatic." Tbe fire is rapidly spreading and kitchener  has asked for another l^OOO.OOO men., Anyone who  believes that this business is going to be settled,  except in the last ditch had /better revise his  creed. {- ���������  In Flanders the advantage sfairemawufwitb  the Allies and the last great effort Of the Kaiser's  forces has been definitely defeated.- But report  has it that the Kpiser is now massing 500,000 men  for an attack on Ypres and that, he has by no  -means recalled his orjler to take Calais or die in  the attempt. s _  Generals Joffre and French are holding the  -Germans.strongly oh other, portions of _the_figbt-  ing line and making some progress ��������� so that they  declare the situation satisfactory.     .   .  In tbe east-Russia has undoubtedly made great  advances and since the relief ot Warsaw, two  weeks ago, has now nearly cleared Bussian Poland  of the enemy. She has also entered east Prussia,  once more and occupied the great 30 mile square  game preserve of Kaiser Wilhelm. In Galicia  Russia has finally defeated the Austro-German  effort to relieve Przemysl and we may hear of  the fall of that great stronghold any day now.  On sea the honours of the week remain frankly  with Germany. The report of the meeting of  the British and German fleets off the coast of  Chile is not good reading for a Britisher but we  are all good enough sports to recognize the valor  and astuteness of our enemy and take up another  notch in our belt and go to it. The report of the  sinking of the Monmouth and Good Hope with  1500 men after a 30 minute fight in & howling  gale is, as yet, unconfirmed, but it looks sadly  true. The Kaiser's admiral has outmanoeuvered  if not outfought us, by massing his ships and  catching ours separated. Honor" to whom honor  is due. Then again the Emden is still at large  and has won an enviable reputation for herself  in naval history.  ********+.*****************************'  BE PREPARED!  %        Every Canadian should protect himself and ;;  % family by carrying a policy in  MUTUAL LIFE OF CANADA  Establish** 10S9  "CANADA'S ONLY MUTUAL"  For rates and  full information see our I  agents, or '  W. J. TWISS  Distriet Mantujar <  317.319 ROGERS BUILDING  r.;-H,.... nniiiiiiniiinni������M������nni **  In Home waters the loss of the fine German  cruiser Yorck in the Jade is reported, but so far  no British Submarine has claimed the honor. She  is supposed to have struck a German mine.  Another feature of, the week has been a spectacular raid on the British coast by 4 German  Dreadnoughts and 4 cruisers getting within 14  miles of Lowestoft ere the cruiser Halcyon  discovered them and opened fire. The story goes  that the Germans immediately turned and fled ,  and that a British submarine was sunk by a mine"  whilst pursuing them. The theory of this raid  is that the German boats were old stagers sent  out as decoys and that in fleeing they dropped  mines in the hope of catching some of the larger  British vessels who would pursue them.  But the great event of the week has been the  return of Admiral Baron Fisher to the command  of the British .-navy as First Sea Lord and his  summonsing of Sir Percy Scott to his side. It  is within the mark to say that the Empire awaits  the results of this move with breathless interest.  CANADIAN REDJR08S SOCIETY  The Third Consignment of supplies for the '  men at the front and in Hospital will be shipped  on Monday 23rd- November by Ward V Organization, cor. 10th Ave. and Carolina Streetr    -  '  Already six cases have left containing 986  garments; at a cost of about $140 to the Society  for Material, showing that a large amount of this  has been donated.  With this next consignment tbe Executive  are anxious to specially mark Christmas for the  nurses and the men and the work of both cannot  \ be overated- - ������������������      '  It is proposed to pack with the usual contents  of. Shirt*, Socks, Pyjamas, etc. which are always  badly needed, articles suitable for small presents.  For the nurses, Stockings, Handkerchiefs, Underwear will be very much appreciated as it is no  unusual sight, in war time to see a nurse strip  almost all her clothes into bandages and swabs  and attend the wounded dressed in an old cape  and a man's pair of riding breeches.  For the men, Lord Kitchener has offered a  number of suggestions, games ^>f all kinds, playing cards,' new or used in good*feondition, TobaC- '  co in ������li form, Chewing Gum and hard candy,  especially Peppermint, Briar pipes, "Writing material, Magazines, Boyril, Jams and canned gpods, -  etc., etc.  r . The Committee have made" ararngementsr  through the kindness of the merchants td Obtain ������  the above articles 'at wholesale prices.     r X    -X  Several storekeepers in Ward V will act as  receiving stations for goods or they may be sent  < direct,to the ward Depotrbys^eXpress or by hand. ;���������  Donations willbe gladlyirtwei^eddt the Depot  and THE WESTERN CALL has most kindly ���������  opened its columns for the same purpose- and all  sums will be. acknowledged by the Editor each  week;,   , ���������        -.   ,   , ' ,,' li  lt is most essential that Gifts whether in cash ������������������������  or kind have with them the full name and address  of sender., . ;,  ������ The Children,of Mt. Pleasant Sunday School^  .took.up,ftNBed Cross collection at their last mee$  .ting, which resulted in ft sum of over Thirty dot-'  Jars., This money will be sent by representatives  of the Church and the buyer for Ward V, in Wa- ���������  teriai, which the Woman's Guild will make up!  into garments to go   with tbe next sbipmfent.     l  The cutting-out will be done at tbe Pelpot.'    !  It is hoped that the public Will  realize   the  terrible strain under which our nurses arid men  labour, <aud will try, as far as possible, to alle-'  viatethe physical conditions or those who are'  holding up their end so heroically. > - .. ���������   r  SALE UP WORK   i-U-  A Sale of Wortz, Home dtookinfc 'and Candy"  in connection with Mt. Pleasant Presbyterian  ,Church is being organised by the Woman's Guild,  and will be held in the School room during the "  day and evening of Thursday, nbverober 19th,,  On,the same evening ar concert, consisting of a  splendid programme of popular   and   patriotic "  music will be given in the church, also under the !  auspices of The Woman's Guild.  NAPIER--At 948 \\%\\ Ave., East. Vancouver, ,  on tbe 4th of November, the wife of James  Napier, jr., a daughter.  BpttOEOEo."; J '<-  The legislative council of Hongkong has passed, an ordinance, to go into effect immediately,  compelling all enemies of Great, Britain residing  within the colony to bring their business enterprises to an end and depart. The government  will appoint liquidators. Any person doing such  a foreign business must show his good faith. There  are as many German firms doing business in  Hongkong as there are English.  "ENGLAND .AND GERMANYw...  * By PRofri J. A, Ciumb X / ; i  *^**********************************^ ;^.%.X������H^''H4W^,^HH,*,K***4  One of the most fascinating j as long ago as 1834 and is" only  books bearing on the present war !now becojnitife known in England,  is   'Gennanj and England", by haghad ft pSfound influence on  Prof. J. A. Cramb. Published only  last June it has already run  through six editions. On the paper cover this work is- heralded  as "The Reply to Bernhardt" Its  mission is more aptly described in  the preface by A. C' Bradley, L.L.  D. "In these lectures"' writes Dr.  Bradley,- "he wished'to make it  clear that the hostility to England now more or Jess prevalent  among educated Germans arises  iron, ho mere envy of the prestige and advantages of our Empire  but from the fact that this Empire  appears to them the main, or even  the, sole obstacle to the attainment of a great national ideal for  which they are bound to labor  and, if neecTbe, to contend."  Prof. Cramb's book might well be  described in a sentence as ''The  Fundamental Cause of the Present war". It speaks Well for Prof!  Cramb's knowledge and foresight  that he was able so accurately to  Sum up the forces impelling Germany to war and to predict the  inevitableness of a conflict between the British Empire and  Germany.   '  The eighteen lectures comprising this sm_ll volume were given  in February and March, 1913, at  Queen's College, Harley street,  London. The lecturer died October, 1913, not Jiving to see" the  truth of his predictions fulfilled.  IngliBh Ignorance of Germany.  German thought and German .politics. We have too many, of us  been accustomed to look upon the  German professors as dull monuments of learning. We are now  beginning to see tbat they were,  and are centres for dissemjpating  ambition, unrest and a hatred of  Great Britain. When such men as  Eucken stoop to the cheapest  Chauvinism we may well reconstruct our ideas of the mild and  just German professorate.  And again: ''This is Triet-  scheke'p governing idea-���������the  greatness pf Prussia,- the glory -of  an army wbicb is a nation, and of  a nation which is an army."  ;; Combined with this glorification  of Germany went hand in hand a  supreme contempt for the. British  Empire-, " The strongest motive  is the conviction, which becomes  more intense as the years advance,  thiat Britain's world-predominance  is out of all proportion to Britain's  real strength, and to her worth of  value, whether that worth be considered in the political, the social,  the intellectual, or the moral  sphere. It is the detestation of a  sham. "In this universe of ours  the thing that is wholly a shata���������  wholly rotten���������may endure for a  time, but cannot endure for ever."  This is the protest of the stern  apostle of reality. He frequently  rings the changes en the 'nation  Passing from the preface to the TKV������������ OT���������������?" ������* ���������^ u*u.���������  .thres4erokelve* WfinH    tniiK,h������tajW   1fflSl,g.    ���������ih  aptness .and justice to the increasing meanness anji; gradually ��������� increasing, sordidnesa of Ehjyfli8h political life For Trietschke*' it  Cmiiniinini iiiiiiniiiiiiii  Four More States Dry  The election in. the .United  States has resulted in a return to  power of the Wilson Administration in the House by a diminished  but sufficient majority.  Joe, Cannon has, been returned  from Illinois constituency.   ,  Four new States have adopted  State-wide prohibition ���������Colorado  Washington, Oregon and Arizona.  This makes 14 states in all now,  who have prohibited the sale of  liquor, the others are Oklahoma,  Georgia, Kansas, Maine, Mississippi,' North Carolina,. Tennessee,  West Virginia, Virginia and North  Dakota.  i  lectures'themselves we find that  Mr. Cramb first deals with VEng-  liat Indifference to German History ^d literature."     X.'  From his   stores   of   classical!  knowledge  lectures? s_  Ajetx in the1 dire extremity  Greeks at Troy was for light that  he might see his enemy's face. It  was a noble prayer , What other  prayer should be England'snowt  The subject, therefore, which I  have .immediately in view is to  stress the value, if not the necessity, to Englishmen of a deeper  understanding of Germany, a'  deeper understanding of that  great nation's political temper,  its history, the-motives of the actors who, in the past, have seemed  to control! that ihistory.V This  failure of Great Britain to see its  enemy's face is evident to-day.  The lectures which Prof. Cramb  gave eighteen months before war  was declared could- have only  reached a few receptive minds.  Otherwise there would not have  been the astonishment there was  at the actual outbreak of war.  " One example of our visular disregard of foreign literature wbich  Mr. Cramb dwells upon is the  English ignorance of the writings  and teachings of Trietschke. "Not  one word of Trietschke's greatest  work has been translated; vet his  history of the first stages of Prussia's wrestle for supremacy, his  literary essays and bis ~ lectures  on political theory, exite aXnore  ardent curiosity in modern Germany than the essays and the  history of Macaulay did in mid-  Victorian- England;'^ _ ,  The Marvellous Trietschke.  This Trietschke who "was born  -u*.  4**-  ~~o  Till KMMtf mm Fll MNM  Adolph Gumpel writes Ho the  New York Times: I have waited  in vain till now for a real German  to speak to the world. There have  been a great number of missives  from1 so-called representatives of  my people who have been befog1  ging the issue with all kinds of  bigoted rot. The time has come  for the truth to out���������and out it  will. I am a German by birth,  have lived many years in , the  Fatherland; and know the spirit  of the German people- The great  majority of them are peace loving.  They despise militarism and imperialism. The war party, does not  represent them. It represents only a large number ofv fat politicians and military,supply/1 contractors. The present war was " made  in Germany", by HheXEaiser,  aided by the war party. We Germans who have, thought deeply  about the. European holocaust  know and feel that we. Are in the  wrong. We shudder at the crimes  committed in the name of the German people by the war clique. We  shudder to think of the odium our  people must live downh���������of the explanations they Will have to give  shamefacedly to posterity. Why  don't German-Americans admit  that they are wrong, in the war!  They know it, America knows it,  Germany knows it, the world  knows it. As yet no German has  had the courage fo rise up and tell  the world the truth."  x^-'^X.i^- ��������� xX  up the Empire; but the hazard df  her geographical situation, the  supineness of, other nations, the  measureless duplicity >of her ministers, and the natural and,innate  hypocrisy of ,the nation as, a  whole". HerewebaveGermany's  opinion of our Empire���������the. opinion which has led her into , em-:  barking upon this war.   By'the  time the war is over it is probable  that her eyes will be opened.  Certain thinkers speak as  though the Austrian-Servian em-'  broglio were the ' cause of the  present war. Mr. Cramb in {bese  lectures goes far deeper. He sees  |the Inevitable character of a death  grapple between England and  Germany, and attempts to warn  his countrymen to be prepared.  He sees in the German people a  genius for empire, akin, to that  possessed by the British:��������� "In,  the Germany of the present time,,  above all, this instinct, by reason  of the very strength of "Germany  wjithin herself, her conscious and  vital energy, her sense of deep and  repressed forces, is hot a mere  cloud oln the brain, but is almost  an imperious necessity. This ^is  the real driving force in German  politics, the essential thing-"  V:,������  The answer to this our authbr  tells us is plain:"Germany has  one enemy. One nation blocks  the way.   That nation is England.  The Germans of Nietche and of  Trietschke > ask -themselves:  "Cooped up between the1 North  Sea and the Danube, the Rhine  and the plain of Poland, conscious  of our strength, exerting an ever  stronger pressure upon our frontiers���������can we or. ought a patriotic  German to submit to seeing his  nation depleted year by year?  Can he, on those conditions, retain  his manhood or be true to the Teutonic kindred f It is all very well  for England to protest that she  hasv no aggresive designs ^gainst  Germany; England's mere ^existX  wee 4&l'an empire is a continuous  agmjfeisionr"   - '/    '-i' \  :  Here w'd find the root causes of  Germany's war with Great Britain  fjfhe feels she must either expand  .must extend her ru|e, or (must  sink to the position of a second-  rate power. The present war will  determine the question'and this  little book, will help us to comprehend the .tremendous.forces be.  hind Germany's hatred of England, t It .is. a, volume that- should,  on. no, account,be missed by any  man or woman desiring to follow  intelligently ithe events of the day.  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McNeill, Welch & Wilson, Ltd.  :  Phone Sey. 5405-5409  80 Pender Street, C  o*������.'  ������   I   ������. ���������   *mt,^mmm���������*������m 7  Irfffife  .Friday, November 6.1914.  _,im .WESTERN GALL;  ���������jjj^P  ***********************<*<~^^  Announces That Canada Will Stand By Britain  To The Limit of Her Resources.  Sir Robert' Borden's announcement ' that a  steady stream of troops will pass from Canada to  Great Britain while the war lasts shows that the '  Government is thoroughly in touch wjth the spirit  of the Canadian people. Canada's first contingent of thirty thousand picked men is already in  training on Salisbury Plain, and will soon be ready  to take its place at the battle front as part of  General French's magnificent army The arrival  of these troops in England marked an epoch in  the history of the British Empire. The German  Emperor, the archVenemy of Britain, had counted  upon nothing more than passive hostility from the  overseas Dominions. He had not thought that  Canada would send a maxtor a gun, but would remain neutral. The immediate mobilization of the  first Canadian army division was the answer of  the Canadian Government, speaking and acting  for the Canadian people.  . Ready and Able. ,     i  The arrival of the Canadian armada in Plymouth Sound marked the realization of an imperial development which the German Emperor's  advisers had assured him would never come to  pass. Ship after ship landing its-thousands of  kahki-clad Canadians' splendidly armed and  equipped, told the world that the Dominion of  Canada was in the war, ready and able to exercise  ��������� a power which would eount materially in shaping  the future of the conflict. Hardly had the first  contingent landed on English soil when the promise of the Canadian Premier reached the heart  of the Empire, the promise of continuous reinforce- -  ments as long as the war lasted, reinforcements of  men trained, forwarded from time to time from t  a training contingent of thirty thousand men-    ' '  . To the Very limit  This is no mean promise and no small offer.  It means that Canada stands or falls With Empire  and the great cause of free civilization, for which  the Empire fights. It means that the Dominion  is in the struggle to the limit of her great resources. The response to the second call for volunteers Bhows that the people are with the Government, ready to do .whatever service lies ready for  them to do.  The Bordon Government has not lagged at  any. stage of this war work. ft. has not waited to  be forced into action by the strength of public  sentiment. It has had the Empire's cause at'  heart, as have the people/and it has rightly anticipated the will of the people, always leading in  the way that the people were eager to follow. It  is not too much to say that *o far as the'character  of Canada's administration is concerned, the war  eame at a good time.  Home Defences.  In addition to the organization and equipment  of troops for service overseas, the Government  has done a vast amount of quiet, but effective,  work in strengthening the defences of Canada.  On both coasts these defences have been augmented and improved, the fqrts garrisoned and  heavy guns planted in commanding positions.  Eight thousand men are under arms night and  d������y in support of these defences.,  ��������� In all its war preparations, the Government'  has acted quickly, but methodically- Such steps  as were necersary were taken at once for the  organization bf the   $rst   contingent   and   for  strengthening the credit system of the country-by  aiding the banks and increasing the circulation.  When Parliament was called in special session aU  tbat was necessary for it to do was sanction the  acts to authorise such future acts as the circum->  stances would require. The fact that, the "extra  session lasted only five days shows how completely  the Government had met the situation, and how  thoroughly it had realised, the ambition of the  Canadian people.  ' There is astory, hitherto unpublished, With  regard to Canada's gift of a miHiOn bags of flour  to the people of the United Kingdom. The Borden  Government, with this gift, led the Overseas Dominions, in the presentation of foodstuffs to the  Motherland. How timely the offer from Canada  .was will be seen.       J  Was it the Otrmansf  A day of two before the outbreak of war a  curious thing occurred in London. Shop after  shop was denuded of food-supplies. This happened in the poorer parts of London, .and was very  general in those districts. Flour especially was  bought up in very large quantities. The belief  was and is that this buying was done by German  agents with the object of frightening the poorer  populace of London, and staying or weakening  the arm of Great Britain. The effepj^of the buying  was to send the price of flourishing almofet out  of reach of the people in these poorer districts. It  waa away up and still climbing when the, cables  announced the free gift of a million bags of flour  from Canada. The effect was''immediate and  decisive, the price of flour in Londpn dropped to  normal, where it has since remained-  r:  Principal Peterson, Head of Mill University Demands That Canada Be  Equipped To Face an llnreperate M   x  i :-���������.  ���������)/X;.  Principal Peterson,1 head of McGill University  on his return from' Europe has been ramming  home some uncomfortable truths on the people,  of Canada- - '-'More militarism is ths' need in  Canada" i as* he* formulates a 'protest against the  crazy, pulpiteers and editors that are still harping  |\on their worn-out string of an unarmed country  in a world.arjned���������to-t]i*-teeth and hungry. *^Te  comme^C principal, .Peterson's address to the  [ Liberal Press and so called liberal pulpits of our  landr      -      , C"...   X  "Those who preach peace at this moment are  Ishocklingljf at,fault,'* % said. ."Jf peace were  made, w<S would, be just where we are: before the  war began* Iain hoping that the war will elftna-  nate ,the autocratic- unlimited monarchies Whieh  have< over-ridden, freedom in Genuany; and  Austria. If it, reMajgfd Europe froin the crushing  .weight of militarism, it will have accomplished, ,1  "I think that th^; United States ought,.before  now, to have entered a strongly worded protest  against Germany's refusal to arbitrate. Tbat, refusal to meet tbe Vtber Powers around the table  with the object of obtaining a reasonable answer  from Servia���������and I think perhaps Servia should  have been strictly dealt with���������is, for me, the crux  [>aud the cause of the whole war. Not only the  United States, but every nation, should take, this^  sstand. I Will not take tbe work of the peace and  arbitration societies as amounting to a row of  pinsif they fail in making this protest."   * *' '  German Hatred an JnseMate One.  Principal Peterson does not altogether agree  with the view that the quarrel is with the Ger  man Emperor, and not with the German people.  "The Germans are hot.the afcne type 'of people  they^were forty years ago," he explained.- "They^  defy the army fend they hate England'With an  insensate hate. The reason, of course, is* that  their minds have been poisoned.by their officera >  and government authorities. They have been  lead to believe we would not come into the war  and that wa are a nation that would, stay ont for  a price; they have found that our only p������ice is  - * ^honort- Tbat1 is-why, I believe, they-threw such'  hordes of men against tbe English when we were  defending tHe road to Paris. The hate of tehe  English'was in-their hearts, and they wanted to  kill onr soldiers no matter what the cost to themselves. Therefore, I cannot altogether excuse the  , German people. Their hearts may be all right, but  tbe incrustation of poisonous hate changes the  case considerably.  "Jt may be that tbe United States will) have1  great influence, if called into the peace councils  when the war is over, because they have been so  neutral and impartial, but I do not believe ,they  can be neutral and impartial. I have not met an  American yet who does not want us to know that  he4s with us, 'We must have sympathy with the  Germans who are citizens in the United States',  for their .hearts .probably beat for 1,jhe fatherland.  But their :head must go dead "against the German  ,pdlicy."  - - Wore Militarism tfeedtd.  Turning to Canada, Principar Peterson said:  "What we want is more militarism rather than  less. A lot of people live in a fool's paradise, as  if war was going to be abolished.   New Zealand  has beaten Us. She haa mSlitwy drill in both  schools and oollefces,;sach >L������<the McGill military  training school haa for officers. From-the standpoint of physique and chartfcter alone, the training is justified; I have been hbfe'to Obtain eoin-*  missions in the army for a large number of graduates of the college. 'XV  ,'*Xto you realize over* here the importance of  What the British fleet is doing. Germany certainly  meant to take the French, colonies. If it were not  for our fleet', don't you;tbink she would attack  Canada t Does Bourassa realize Canada'a dependency on tbe British fleet yet? If he doesn't, he  is crazy.!' '  Principal Pterson thinks it is impossible to  estimate tbe length of the war. He believes tbe  food question to be more vital for .Germany than  the financial one. Already there iare signs that  the commissariat is,in difficulties.  "No, I do not! think the'English authorities  knew war was imminent" until Austria sent her  ultimatum to Servia. I do believe, however, that  they have felt for some time" that .war was bound  to come sooner or later. The curbing of military  autocracy, a larger measure of disarmament, and  one hundred years of peace will be the result of  the struggle, I think. The other nations will unite.  with England in the disarmament movement; she  will not be alone in proposing-a naval holiday.  No, I do not fear Russia a disturbing the peace;'  she will, I think, profit by tehe example made of  German militarism, anoVI believe the Russians  are a kindlier people. The decree concerning  Poland exemplifies this to a great extent, I  think."  Batik  of England Back of Canada  HON. W. T. WHITE MAKES WPORTANT ANNOUNCEHENT  Huge War Orders Stimulate Industries���������Pepression Has Passed.  An important announcement, tbe full signifi-  jance of which is not appreciated by the general  rablic, wtos made by Hon. W. T.White^ Finance  [inister, a few days ago.       X      ���������  Mr. White's announcement was to the effect  fchat financial arrangements had been made to  leet the war expenditures of the present fiscal  rear, through the Bank of England, which will  take advances to the Canadian Government from  time to time as required for hayai and. military  jurposes. This means that the-Government will  lave no diffuculty in financing so far as.the war  lis concerned.      X   X   " Xx  The completion in this satisfactory manner Of  the financial arrangements for the war expenditure will tend greatly to improve the general situation in Canada! If Canada had been obliged  to raise by domestic issues any substantial part  >f our war expenditures the funds now available  through the banks for the credit nee^l of the coun-  jry would to that extent be dimished, to the serious  letriment of the" entire community.  Credit Due the Minister  The credit f or this arrangement is due largely  \,o Hon. W.,T- White, who conducted the'negotiations with the Bank o>f England-through   Hon.  Jeorge H. Perley, as the representative pf the  jyerriment in London-    It has "been'fortunate, ���������  ideed, for Canada that she has a Finance Minister of the experience, ^ability and energy of Hon.  White^  Canada has passed -and-is passing  through conditions ��������� without parallel.   When the  rar broke out, creatmg' absolutely new business  id' financial conditions,  and endangering the  whole fabric of the commercial world, the situation was critical, both in Canada and abroad. Mr.  White was not dismayed; in tbe least, but took  hold with a strong hand, and, thanks to his prompt  and energetic action, What might have been a serious panic was averted, and normal business conditions were maintained. Mr. Whitens handling  of the situation restored confidence* and this confidence in his ability to face any emergency and  to successfully: bring Canada through a critical.  stage of her history is steadily growing.  Various Problems. ��������� ���������.-".',  X Having guided the country safely through the  preliminary panicky stage of the war by means of  emergency banking measures, Mr. White was  faced with the problem' af restoring business be--  tween Canada and Great Britain. Exchange became so high it was impossible to/ ship grain or ���������  products. Shipping was at a standstill and com-  ��������� nierce was paralyzed.' Owing to the difficulty of  negotiating exchange: exporters were unable to,  ship to England- Wheat blocked the seaport elevators. Mr. White then arranged to act ias trustee to hold gold for the Bank of England, thus  restoring normal rate of exchange. The effect  was at once felt, and with England in control of  the; sea, "business as usual" soon became the  motto again in the two countries. The third problem MrV White had to arrange was the question  of financing the war, and this has now been settled by:.the.present arrangement made with the  Bank of Engalnd.  ; Fear of an industrial depression has passed  away is the statement issued by,the Ontario Workmen's Compensation   Board;   An   investigation  shows that there is no material difference in the  number of employed than in former years, and in  many cases there has been a marked increase in  the amount of the pay roll.     VV-  Several industries have been greatly stimulated. The milling industry, paper mills, textile in-  dutries, boot and shoe concerns, saddlery and harness manufacturers were never so busy as atpre-  sent. In many large.factories double time is being worked to furnish the articles required by the  increase in trade. , .   X "   ; X-*'  Huge War Supplier  . The British Government^ and also the French  and Bussian Governments, are placing orders for  war supplies amounting to millions. Por our own  troops many millions must be cqpent to properly  equip them. All these orders have been placed,  and the various industries have been greatly benefitted- Most of the agricultural implement concerns have reopened, and-are preparing to supply  the certain demands for next year's "trade. The  industrial depression has passed, and future prospects could not be brighter. -  Xt -\ Hallway Work Slack.     -  The cessation of railway construction has deprived many labourers of work. If the Government's Good Roads policy had not been blocked  by the Liberals these men could have found employment constructing better 'highways for our  farmers. Several million dollars would hav* been  available for this purpose. The Liberals prevented the labourers from receiving this employment,  and the farmers from.securing modern highways  to their markets.  HON. THOS. CHASE CASGRAIN  NEW POSTMASTER GENERAL  x.   c   ' . -  A Character Sketch  -���������.���������  ii ii-ii  -Off r  The appointment of the Hon. Thomas Chase  Casgrain as-Ppktmarter-General in the Borden  Cabinet, 8uo6e*ding H?n. L. P. Pelletier, is the  recognition.ol * man. whose/career-has^always  been- charactenied'' by worthy' ideals and> a lofty  patriotism. Jn an interview given just after his  elevation to'Cabinet rank, Mr. Casgrain stated:  elevation to Cabinet rank," Mr. Casgrain .stated:."  "The safety and strength of the British Empires  is, of course:, of paramount importance to all Canadians, and this must.be attended to at all cosU,  but we must look after the interests of the Dominion aa well." Thus, in a few words, Hon Mr.  Casgrain expressed what is in the mind of every  thinking Canadian today���������tbat, in doing one's;  duty to the Empire one also does it'to Canada, y '  ^ \;,ir.Xhi''\fjp$ of Man:    ^ -  -  Hon. Mr. Casgrain is in himself a striking type ,  of the French-Canadian race.   He is by nature  eminently qualified to fill a position of authority  and'influence".- He is determined in character, but  polite^ and painstaking-in hia desire to assist those  who come in contact with him.   In his political  career he has always been known to be possessed .  of a remarkable quickness in sizing up a situistion. <  He was one of the first of his race in the Province .  of Quebec, in the election of 1911, to see that Que- '  bee would be a heavy loser by the consummation of  the reciprocity pact, and bis influence had no small  weight in causing many in his native province to  think his way.   His speeches on   that   occasion "  were marked by lucidity, clearness of reasoning,  and .sane logic.     \  fr     '*. -.������'   . \������   ,  ��������� Man *nt Experience.  The new Postmaster-General is no novice in  the arena of politics.^ Like many other eminent  Canadian statesmen, he began his Oareer in the  provincial field, and it was in the Quebec Province  al House that Mr. Casgrain received his early train  'ing for the larger school- His public life so far  has been a lengthy 'one. He sat for years in the  Legislative Assembly of the province, and held  the position of Attomey*Generalin the DeBoucher.  ville .Cabinet of 1891. ? While in that position he ���������  outlined a plan for improving the judicial arrangements of the province, giving efficient tribu-  > <nals4oi; the trial of ordinary causes, and concentrating the judges of, the higher courts where the  greatest amount of business was to be don*.; While  he did not retain of fice long enough to-complete  his work,.yet hi* influence remained after hint  in this respect,  jrtataiift  Mr. Casgrain has also had a wide exj^rien^e  in the Federal political wnti&*\flb ^]b||, decte4  to the House of Commons in 1896 an^ Tepii^sented  Montmorency.until 190*. In Ottawa,, he was  marked out for public attention because bis natural ability'jgained.it for h^m; and it.Js no secret  that bad he retained his seatm l^and mi he  would bave been included in the Bordon Cabinet  when it was first formed. However^ it'is'not too  lute, and bis< inclusion will add to the present cabinet a mari who will he a force in tnei political  life of the country. ���������        ��������� ��������� ���������������   < t# r   ���������" ���������  Hon.'Mr. Casgrain is-a Montreaier^jwid in th**'  great Canadian metropolis he has gaine'd the re*  spect tmd esteem' of air sections of ihe eomrau- '  nity.   In the legial profession, of which he is a  member, he has long,been a leader, and. hia ad vice  and counsel are eagerly sought by all.  His Old County-  The' postmaster-General will represent the  county of Quebec, to which he has long been attached by historic associations. When a much  ' younger man than He is today lie carried that constituency under' trying circumstances. It had  been represented__by_Hon._Mr._Garneau, an old-  Conservative, who opposed his party on the  ground that the Conservative policy was out of  touch with tbe so-callad national aspirations of  the province.  Honore Mercier made a strong apr  Eeal to the. electorate to avenge the death of  ouis Biel, and although the Government of Hon.  Mr. Boss was defeated, Quebec County returned  T. Chase Casgrain by a good majority. He is personally known to practically every man, woman  and child in Quebec County.  A. Thoughtful Act.  In appearance Mr. Casgrain is of the strong  virile type. He suggests determination and energy-  . He is. affable to meet, and has all the natural  charm of his race. It is related that one of the  first things which he did on his return to Montreal after having been sworn in as Postmaster-  General was to pay visits to his two "old friends,  Sir August Real Angers and Hon. L. 0. Taillon.  postmaster of Montreal, who was the new minister's leader for seven years, not only in opposition, but in power. Both the ex-Lieutenant Governor and the ex-Prime Minister of the province  proudly congratulated their' former political  pupil upon the confidence placed in him by the  Governor-General and Sir Robert Borden.  J    A Thorough Britisher.  X The keynote qf Mr. Casgrain's life has always  been a passionate devotion to the British constitution and Crown. In season and out of season  he has preached the dbetrihe of British greatness and liberty. Thus, in a time of national  stress, he has been promoted to a position of great  influence, where he can assist in the task of sending aid to Britain. He is the right man in the  right place%.-^'^.ia'.recentvSp.eech'.he stated: "No  sacrifice ^ too great ?when we are confronted on  another continent with a situation which might  spell disaster to British arms and prestige and  absolute ruin and disaster to Canada."  ��������� There is not and never has been any doubt  of .where the:, new Postmaster-General has stood  upon the question of British connection-; He has  first, last and all the time been a great Canadian,  and his inclusion in the'Borden Cabinet will be  welcomed from one end of the Dominion to the  other by all parties, for,he has the confidence of  his'political foes, who have^always seen in him a  maidy and straightforward fighter.  !?���������X  X'-ah---"^  ilP^I  <i?'i:  ^X THE WESTERN CALL  .firiday, November 6, IS 14  TXXBBS  ������EOm&ATiOWS  v  i  v  %  Mount Pleasant Livery  TRANSFER  Furniture aad Piano Moving:7  Baggage* BxpreM asd thri^.; Bseks and Oarrisges^  atalltasrt. '.-  ; Pheee relrmeet 848  Corner Broadway and Main   - ��������� /      XL F. MeTavish, Prop;  Goyerning Timber on Dominion lands  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, the  North "West Territories, the Railway  Belt in the Province of British Columbia, and tha tract of Three and a Half  Million Acres Located by the Dominion  in the Peace Rlror District in British  Columbia.  X-lcemsea  I A license to cut timber on a tract not  exceeding twenty-fire square miles in  extent may be acquired* only at public  auction. A rental of fS.vt per square  mile, per annum, ia charged on all timber berths except those situated west of  Tale in the Province of British Columbia, on which the rental te at the rate of  5 cents per acre. In addition to rental,  duee are charged on the timber cut at  the rates set out la section !��������� of the  regulations.  4  f  ��������� ���������  ��������� ������.  ���������������  o  ���������������'  ��������� ���������  >r  ������ P  ������P  ���������������  M  THE PICK OF THE FURNITURE MARKET on the  EASIEST OF CREDIT TERMS  Our stock is complete, down tp the smallest detail. Here you will find  EVERYTHING for the complete furnishing of the home, of a Superior Quality,  and at a price the moderation of which will surprise you. Whatever you require  may be bought on our well-known Credit Terms.  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BAXTER & WRIOHT  Phone Seymour 771 416 Main Street  > >  . r  '( >  4   4  * ���������  * ���������  v..  * f  ��������� ���������:  ���������������  *  *  ���������t  ,,  <���������  ���������������  Tlmker Vemlte a>a  Permits may be granted in tha Pro-  Tlnces of Manitoba Sookatefcewan and  Alberta, to owners of portable eaw-  milla. to cut orer a definitely doecrtbod  tract of land ������ot exceeding one square  mile In extent', om payment of dues at  the rate of H cents per thousand feet.  B.M., and eubjeet to payment of rental  at the rate of |1������0 per square mile, per  annum.  ��������� '''.'   ������rfartot for ������e���������s���������������������e������s   , ,  ���������Any occupant of a homesteaS quarter  section harlng no timber of his 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 Umber set out In Section 61 of  the Regulations.  ��������� ���������W;VW; COBT,    ^  Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.  ������HM������MMM n������lHMH������������l   11 * * ** ** ****** ** *********]  th  9_-e  CimierclU PrlDiUig at "WBSIeni Call" Office  PislRiit is Umil  Ni Finicky fir Mn  jifirMuw  This old established  House is still anxious to  do business with; you���������  complete stock of Heating  Stoves, Malleable .Ranges  and Household Goods.  PAINTS,  CXP^S  Aisrp GK^ASS  We Wju< Not Be Unpebsou*  Coal mining rights of the Demimton,  In Manitoba. Saskatchewan and Alberta,  the Tukon Territory, tha Iforthwest Territories and ia a portln of the Province  of British Columbia, may be leased for  k\ term of twenty-one years at an annual  rental of $1 an aero. Not more than  ISM acras will bo. leased to one applicant  Application for a lease must so mad������  by-the applicant ln person to tho Agent  or Sub-Agent of the dietrlct In whieh  .tho rights applied for are situated.  , In surreyed territory tho land must be  described by sections, or legal sue���������dl-  Tlslons of sections, and In ussurToyed  territory the tract applied for shall he  staked, out by- tho applicant himself.  Each application must bo aceompan-  lod by a fee of $C, which will bo refunded If the rights applied for aro not  available, but not otherwise. A royalty shall bo paid on tho merchantable output 'Of tho mine at tho rate of ,������V cents  per ton. '  The person operating tho mine, shall  furnish tho Agent'with sworn returns  accounting, for tho full quantity ojf merchantable, coal mined and say tho royalty thereon. If tho coal mining rights  aro not being operated, such returns  should bo furnished at least once a year.  Tho loose will Include tho coal mining  rights only.' hut tho lessee1 mar ������o.<pcr-  mltted to purchase whatever available  surfneo rtfehts may bo considered necessary, for the working of tho mine at tho  rate of >$le.M an aero. .  , For* full information application should  bo made to the Secretary of'the Department of tho Interior, Ottawa* or th  any Afont or Sub-Agont of Dominion  ?-*��������� W.W.COHT.   ^  , Poputy Violator of tho. Interior.  N. a.���������Unauthorised publication of  this adrortisomtnt will not ht pats for.  '    _-___-_____-SS9SS������_eB������VB������9a9l  Beautiful BraM Bed with S-iheh pillar  and lire Allen, and heavy bar at foot.  The lacquer ia guaranteed acid proof  and tha bed throughout is mast extsp-  tional value.  Our Price $11.00  This cart it one motion collapsible, full spring seat, padded  seat and back support, 10 inch  wheals, with heavy rubber tires,  effective brake.  Our Price $6.75  This is a a good child's iron crib;  exactly like picture; white enamelled, sides dropdown, fitted with  sanitary spring mattress; standard size.  Price $6.50  The Gardner-Browne Company  Phone Seymour 2326  LIMITED  673-5 Granville Street  ROD AND GUN  aw-  W,R Owen J Morrison  The Mt. Pleasant Hardware  Phone Fair. 447 2337 Main Street  i1 Mum  & CO.  We are offering thif weefc  exceptional talues in  Ingrain Papers  Now is the time to tecure  your paper for your front  room, during room or hall  and to have them clone for  the least possible outlay.  Before placing your order  for Fall decorations, kindly  call or phone .  S. B. Redburn & Co.  "Bonnycastle Dale is the leading  contributor to the November issue  of Rod and Gun issued by W. J.  Taylor, Limited, Woodstock, Ont.,  Writing on the subject "Trapping  in Ontario 1913-14. Ja "Wanderings in the Winter Woods" W.  Dustin White describes vividly  the joys of the winter camping  trip. "Pear Trapping and Pack  Carrying in B. C." tells of a  hunter who trapped w husky hear  weighing some one hundred and  sixty pounds-and then- carried  him on his back for a distance of  ten miles over an uneven woods  trail. "Biff wnd Bee and Me" is  a well written account of a canoe  trip in the northern wilderness.  The 'remainder of the magazine  is replete with interesting articles  and the various departments are  well maintained.  \*^*%*%%*m*****9*9*%*9****99^***********************  FRANK TRIMBLE REALTY CO.  Real Estate and Insurance Brokers  %  MM  CONVETAKCIKG  RENTS COLLECTED  LOANS NEGOTIATED  W10NI3 F������ir. 183  VftntouYftr, B. C.  260 kingsway ;[  %  ***% **) ******************** **************************  earn  earn  2317 Mtif Stmt  fltfe Pair. 99������  For Fresh and Cured Meats  go to this Old Relmble Market  It is not excelled tor Quality or Prices In Vancouver  This is the Oldest Established  Market in Vancouver, an example  of "The .Survival of the Fittest  The Americah Bible Society reports ������n appeal from Germany for  Bibies 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 tlie Kaiser.  ������t. taTiovri cHuacn.  (A������flie������������.)  Corstr of firtt Avvwt ?������* m4  Somlut Drirt, Gt������������dview  IUt.   H������������W   St. "Goo>f������  HwMvvid.  9. A. P.^tJ, X.������e|or.  Fotidtact, tkt Rectory, 2023 Ftrtt  At������n������������ Eut.  SU*J>AY SPRVICES ���������Mor������i������������  prayer an4 rl.lj Cot������ttra*>e* tk������ firit  ni tbirs. S������a4������7t of tht monxk *% tt  a. m.; aieminf frayer erery S������������4������y  at tl ������. mi; Holy Communion 2nd ������������d  praytf ttary Sunday at 7:.30 p. m.  All kaartily welcome.  The Uee Mason Co., Ltd.  WaWp������pe?f, Paint, Vwwah, ������^st  Brushee, &c, All Greatly Seduced  Best quality Faint, f3.00 for $2.50 Gallon  Furniture Varoiah, 2.25 ���������   1.65    ���������  Eooxna Papered from $4.00 up.  9*1 &ROAPWAY WPST     PhbmFdirmmtl520  Stntk Tti������cf������Ter Uidertskm  Hamilton  Bros.  W������ are foremost in our line for  MppniATa Piucan Funerals  f|7l rwwr Strtct PlrairrtMrll  FOR SALE CARDS HERE  n  Place; Corner Broadway and Kingsway  Proprietor: FRANK TRIMBLE  Phones Fairmont 257  ;*������������(*rt*M*t<^ 1  SNAP FOR CASH  OR ON TERMS  Four Good Lots at ^  4  ������  APPLY TO OWNER, WESTERN CALL  203 KINGSWAY  ���������>. . t . r^..,..J-..HhH-t-H-H-.������. t,T > t.4-A^Vt ���������!. I i * i 111* i: 11 x i ****** 1 U"fc /*  */>.,      ?>!?  ,v���������>  V   '  .    V'���������    '4>P . -     r      ' ;'!_  JFriday^^No^^  THE WESTERN CAL1  *  r   '   "\     X     ',"���������-       <   *  ,.   ,.      -' Aft     *       J  7  '["^lllllliirnsl  OWHA3AN  WASHINGTONDC  MS  OF AMERICAN IDI  .Located on Pennsylvania AvcnbtV 18th attdLH Streets*  Washington's Newttt Hotel.',,     ___   __  Ideally situated,   within -two blocks ol 4he Executive M������Sl  ���������ion. only a short walk to the public buildings, -chops, theater*'  and points of historical interest to visitors and tourists.  The    famous    Indian     Grill Room, the beautiful Palm Court>  the delightful Tea Room, Grand Pipe   Organ   (only   one  of  ito  kind  in Washington),  and  an Orchestra of a superfine orders  ore attractions areatly appreciated by Powhatan guests.  Rooms with detached bath,   tl.SO, 12.00 .rod up.  Rooms  with  private bath.. 13.5������, 11.00 aad a*.  Write for booklet with map-  CLIFFORD M. LEWIS^  Manager.  ________  ii  **\^***********%*****************\*****************^ 1  t ��������� t        *  Our Vancouver Industries  >**4*********************************^^ .  r r *^.   ' i    -   )l  .  .,      A  iL  ,'  l**************************.t*************************  Use Fuel Oil  and Save Money  If you are interested In reducing your Fuel Bill,  see us. We are saving money for others, and can  do the eame for yo������X  We supply and install   Fu������el   Oil   Plants  of  all  descriptions.'    We do not advocate a cheap plan  but we can satisfy you when results are considered.  We have a large number of plants now in operation ln hotels, office buildings, apartment houses,  schools and colleges.  ���������������  Fuel Oil Equipment Company  I-IMITHD  713 Pacific Bldg.    Hum ley. 1727    Vancouver, ft. C. |  k*< . H*4 111< t H M *************H********** H'������4'*4'4'4'4'  ���������Hut lH''M"t"l'4'H"l''H"M 11 < 41*44444 4 4**********************  Pease Pacific Foundry Limited  . iievriNQ AND VENTlUTiW ENGINEERS  "Economy  tfANUFACTURBRS  99 Steam Heaters and Ventilators for Public Buildings  Warm Air Furnaces ��������� Combination Furnaces _  ^Ideiil" s<M>n������n*Katw������i*rBaUeT*  Steom and Hot Water Boilers. Registers  StMwan* Sot Water BoUen  Radiators. Pipo aad Fittings  U16 homer St.     Vticttver, p.c.     T������|. Sey. 3230 |  u..H.l|HH'W'44f<'H''M'4'4'4'4'4^^^  <    . 'V  >  1     "/".,  r v.  FACTORY OF J. LECKIE <* CO. LTD.  ;, ^ - ~  SATURDAY'S SPECIALS  Home made Taffy.   Peanut Crisp, and Boston Chewing Taffy  lb.   Simply delicious.  Tfwt New Store  ,������E DUILMNQ. BROADWAY * MAIN.  \9JmrmmwAwsBBmTxem  *p  mm  a_p  If ���������4'<"t"Hl������������������<lHl������������������4'������'l"<l������������4'4-4'<"ti'l't4'4llll"t"l"llif'< 44 4"l 4 'I 'H'H'rtf  Are you going to  wear tbis winter? 1  Why  And lam going to tee that my wife buyi them  for THE BOYS too.   They are the beat to   *  wear and art made in Vancouver.  ^.{.���������H-l'* l"l t 'l"l l"|1"H"t4''4"l"l"M"!">������*  in mil ���������������*"* * i <-<-���������������������������. i . ���������  ,<mm*������ * * I ��������� * * ****************** ������Q  5 NAP!  50x100, corner 29th Arc. and  St. Catharines Street, modern  7-room house.  YOUR OWN PRICE TOR CASH  APPLY WESTERN CALL  * i,  ������<    t \\      t-.i  t   '-      v..  30,000 square feet of factory space wtoej*e more than 300 machines  and 125 hands are turning ont 500 paire of shoes per day.  Present possible output 1000 pairs per day.  That the citizens -of Regina ere  anxious to take up the scheme advanced by Alderman Davidson and  endorsed by the city council,  which aims to encourage market  gardening, is evident from the  applications which have already  been received for land. The idea  is that each citizen be allowed to  have as much city property as he  may be able to use for the production of vegetables in spare time.  The scheme was carried out in a  small way during the present year  and was so successful that the city  set aside 50 acres of land to further assist in the work. Applications have been so numerous  that already 28 acres of this plot  have been allotted, and the prospects are that applications will be  received for 100 acres. This is  an indication of the success of  the scheme at Regina and the enthusiasm with which the citizens are endeavoring to reduce the  cost of living.  pech's mm  Beck's Weekly, edited by Edward Beck, the man who employed  the Bums Petective Agents to  unearth graft in the Quebec Legislature and published in Montreal, is a unique publication and  one that is growing in favor  throughout the country. While  devoted, primarily, to the promotion of honesty in the administration of public affairs, it is by no  means obsessed, of one idea, but  is made up every week of clever  cartoons and pictures, stories, humorous sketches and a department  of intelligent if somewhat caustic  comment on Canadian affairs.  Among its contributors are several of the best writers and artists  in Canada.  It furnishes one of the most appo  tizing week-end collations of information, discussion'and entertainment to be obtained anywhere.  The price is $2 per year, arid the  publishers will be pleased to send  a sample copy upon request.  Address, Beck's Weekly, 335  Craig Street West, Montreal.  ������������������������  N. C. 0.'������ WANTED  ��������� , ,.  ~ TSarl Kitchener is makirig~urgent appeal for instructors for his new army.  \    An effort is being made to obtain at once as  many qualified ex-non-commisioned officers of the  Imperial service locally.  All interested are desired to place themselves  in comunication with Gilbert W. Hall, care of  Customs, city. ,, ���������  ���������*0  , Q ������^-4-������������������e ���������r+"  ���������������������������!���������������   ���������������!���������������*������������������������������������������.������������������������������������.���������������������������������������������.���������������-���������'������������������������������������������������������'������������������������������������*-  ������������������ ��������� + * ��������� ��������� a ������!��������������������������� aa ��������� % * % ��������� at %l  t  J. Dixon  House Phone: Bay.  ******************* * *******  G. Murray  I House Phone: Bay. 1137L  Office Phone:  Seymour 8765-8766  Terminal City Press, Ltd.  213-217 Klsf sway  n������M Psiritoit U4f  Ql>������lll!llllll������llllllllll  -o  DIXON & MURRAY  Office and Store Fixture Hanafacturcrs  Jobbing Carpenters  Painting, Paperhanging and Kal5oroining  Shop: 106S Dwnamulr St.  Vtneeuvtr. 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Call in .at mr oMce and  look over our samples. Wi- have cards Jor every  taste. Prices range from $1.00 per^ dozen up.  This includes envelopes to match every card.  WE PRINT  FINE  ART CALENDARS  atprices below those you are paying for the same  class of work produced partly in Eastern Canada  x and partly in Germany. Order your calendars  from us in three and four colors. We have spec-  ihlly prepared sampWbook for this class of work.  C0M������ AND S6E FOR YOURSELF  TERMINAL CITY PRESS, Ltd.  .COMMERCIAL; LEGAL, SOCIETY and ART PRINTERS  PHONE Fmrmont 1140 - -       - - 203-7 KINGSWAY

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