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 -   '* M   l;'/XX,".������(X  ,,   f       Xij^- Xvvf#  I  y?  Subscribe for  The Western Call  Tdd^y  V ' -  '- XXX'   ���������  ,4 rV" )"> <;���������"%-" j|  ���������.)���������  X" hV .  <-. .vV X x  See Advt.  on Back Page a  . Act To-Day  v* x  r jj J  Jt   >   ,   ,j,    ���������������   '  xx  -f. - "���������<  %',.   *  Published in the interests of Greater Vancouver and the Western People  VOLUME VI.  VANCOUVER, British CoLtJHBiA, OCTOBER, 80,1914  5 Cents Per Cogy  No. 26  r   <fA'lf>"'\  Is ^hurchianity or Christianity at FauIt==Page f i  The Frufrs of Philosophy-What the Parsons Should  Have Told Us Long Ago���������See Page 4  b ,  Turkey Signs Her Death  DOMINION GOVERNMENT  AID FOR THE P. G.E.  Sir Richard MoBride  Gets  Federal  Loan  of  $6,000,000  Victoria.���������Form'al authoritative announcement is made by the, Hon. W. J. Bowser, attorney-  general, that arrangements have been made with  Rthe Federal government for a loan of $6,000,000  on the bonds of the Pacific Great Eastern Railway, to tide over the grave financial crisis following in the wake of the war; and to ensure the  continuation of construction work with undiminished energy. The necessary order-in-council to  give effect to the arrangement has been passed  at Ottawa, and ���������all that remains to allow pf the  (' funds being placed at tbe disposal of the company is the transaction of a few minor legal details, and these are now in hand.  "I have received official advice," said Mr.  Bowser, "to the effect that the Premier, Sir Richard McBride, has succeeded in entering into an  agreement with the Ottawa government for the  advance of the sum of $6,000,000 on the bonds of  the Pacific Great Eastern Railway., As security  the government takes the bonds of the company to ,  that amount, and the-money will.be advanced  through the Union Bank of Canada."  "It is unnecessary %o say how exceedingly important is this gratifying announcement. Now  that the matter has thus happflyjfeen adjusted we  may frankly admit that the pro^^ of a cessation of work on the part of the, Great Eastern  Railway company, due to its inability to secure  money in the demoralized markets of the world,  "waa a matter for very grave concern. Some six  _ thousand men are on tbe payroll.of this railway  Company. With the wintefTomttjlyxTneMy all  of these men would have gone to the Coast cities,  and there would have been a further very serious  aggravation of the unemployed problem.  "That the federal government should be able  at this period of world crisis, at a time when tbe  entire financial system is being subjected to an unprecedented strain, to undertake an obligation of  1 this - magnitude, reveals   very   strikingly   the  staunch basic strength ofthe finances of Canada,  the courage and intelligence of the Ottawa administration, and  its   admirable   disposition to  -^accord to British Columbia a generous measure  Pof sympathetic co-operation in all things that  I. vitally concern the well being of the country."  ^^A������r >*f f *w     4'fT'WTf4"'t������'WTrf T      wtfee*i^*r*^ #p������f'l',W  Lieutenant-Governor Pattenon last year donated a handsome silver shield for annual Membership Competition between the Y. M. 0. A.'s of  I Victoria. New Westminster and Vancouver.   In  1913 Victoria won, and holds the Trophy.  JGWTBJB"*."  Or provide * yew'i entertainment and uplift for  some young num. Let everybody help Vancouver  to win; tlie A-wociation ia doing splendid service  for young men, both here and with tbe Soldier  Boys. Onr space gladly goes this week to say  "Join the ������Y\ "  For the Great West Permanent toan Co  R. J. POTTS,  Manaffer  WARD FIVE VOLUNTEER RESERVE  The members of Ward Five Volunteer Reserve have arranged to give a smoking concert on  Friday night, 6th November, at 8 o'clock in the  ^Forester's Hall, corner 10th avenue and Main  street.  A first-class programme has been arranged by  I some of Mount Pleasant leading talent.  Colonel Worsnop, Major Henderson and staff  ; officers have arranged to.Hbe present.   Allthose  Kwho are interested in this patriotic movement will  Tbe made welcome by the members of Ward Five  [Volunteer Reserve.  The new membert,; are urged to our weekly  [iVdrill every Tuesday night at 8 o'clock in the Florence Nightingale school. X .  Capt. F. W. Rigby  LATEST REPORTS  tokio, Oct. 30���������The Russian Embassy here announces that turkey has  opened war on Russia.  Theodosia Crimea, Oct. 29���������The  fomer German Cruiser Breslau, flying the Turkish flag shelled the city  for an hour, this forenoon.  by Declaring War  ���������K  R LITTLE  SHALL LEAD THEN  r  ���������*',  I'll  i  1  \\  ,  \  \  ' ' , V-  i     y  ���������11  i  1c-  ,1  ! <  . '���������  ������x  "CH/mil^G ���������ifflFftftft.-Qr WAR"  *F ' "J        j   ���������>        f 4 V  ^consummation devitet*!**������ to wished tor,  4 >  Jn presenting this lovely picture The Western  Call wishes to confess utter heartsickness of the  war in ail its ghastly, brutal details and a longing  for that better day that's coming when the dogs  of war ahall be chained and an era of love and  fellowship ushered in upon this sore stricken  earth once more.  The picture recalls the words of "the prophet  referring to the days that are to succeed tbe last  great war of this dispensation.  "The wolf also shall dwell with the iamb, and  the leopard shall lie down with the kid, and the  calf and young lion and the f atling together; and  a little child shall lead them. . ., They shall  not hurt or destroy in all my holy mountain, for  the earth shall be full of the knowledge of the  Lord, as the waters cover the sea."  The Western Call labors under no illusions.  The duties of this war must be gone on with to the  bitter end., Gone on with���������until standing by our  dead���������broken hearted and humbled we begin to  cry to God for His deliverance,.- Gone on with���������  until we have onee again given full proof of our  right to the title��������� "pefender of the liberties of  the world."  And there will be no mistake about our title  when tbis war is over. We will haye earned it  through many an awful day of dbrrWw. In the  meantime we do well toremember/that "A better  day is coming���������by audxby," ajrd is, we think,  strikingly typified by our piStGre.  Incidentally tne picture is taken from our  Vancouver life. The dog is a prize Black Pane���������  Juno-^for many years 'the- editor's friend and"  companion, who laid down the cares of this life  on a recent'Sunday and was laid away quietly  at the foot of a spreading green gage tree, sincerely mourned by all who knew her. The lovely  child is the daughter of one of our esteemed city  officials.  CANADIAN RED CROSS SOCIETY  The monthly executive meeting of Ward - V  Organization was held at the' Depot, corner of  10th avenue and Carolina stret, on Tuesday night,  the. Ward chairman, Mr. A. P. Black, presiding.  Fourteen members of the executive were present, representing some two hundred workers in  connection with the depot.  The vice-chlairman, Mrs. W. H. Ranson, gave  an account of her visit to the L. O. B. A., No. 90,  of which Mrs. J. W. Whiteley is secretary, and  informed the executive that the ladies had passed  a resolution to support in every way���������cash, kind  and work, the Red Cross Society's Ward V depot.  Mrs. J. Milton also pledged the support of the  Wcnien's Guild of the Mount Pleasant Presbyterian church, and Mrs. J. L. Turabull told of the  promise of each member of the Silver Cross Guild  of the King's Daughters to make a garment each  before their next meeting.  XXSt. Michael's Anglican church was represented  bjr several members of the Women's Auxiliary,  who, are^already co-operating "with the society.  V The Epworth League of the������Grace Methodist  church, represented by Miss Blanche E. Ward, is  tfaking up a collection towards the purchase of  material that they can ^wor^ up into supplies  that will be sent to the men at the front.  The secretary, Mr. W. H. Ranson, explained;  to the committee that although a resolution had  been pawed at the Dominion hall on the llth of  August, promising that a portion of the war fund  should be used for the "Sick and wounded and for  the comfort of the troops and those engaged in  the defence of the Empire," no sum whatever  had as yet been allocated for that purpose, the  war fund being used solely for local relief. Subscribers who desired to assist the men who are  fighting for their homes and lives, should, therefore take notice thkt donations for that purpose  should be sent direct to the Red Cross Society  and clearly marked "For Material" if the wish  is for the money to be spent in this city, and to go  forward greatly enhanced in value by the work  that the women would put upon the material  bought.  Donations of all kinds may be left at the depot  any afternoon between 2 and 5 or on Thursday  evenings between ? and 9, when all information  and particulars with reference to the society will  be gladly given by the workers,present.  If subscribers wish to see the use to which  their money is put they can easily make an appointment with the Buyer for Ward V, who will  accompany them to the stores, and they can take  advantage of the discounts that the wholesalers  and retailers are most generously offering to the  society.  THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR  The outstandiag feature of this week's campaign has been the participation in the. fighting  on the Belgian coaat of the British and French  vessels of war.     /��������� _,  The naval guns have once more turned the'tide  of battle and after ten days' fighting on the Yser  from Nieuport to Ypres the German cohorts numbered variously from a quarter to half a million  men have been forced to rest���������utterly exhausted  by their efforts to force the Allies' lines.  The Battle of Flanders is not yet decided; But'  the way to Calais has been barred and the moot  furious assault of the war brought to a standstill.  Engines of war on the water anbVunder the water,  on earth' and sea and in the skies have partiei-1  pated in this the greatest of all earth's battles.  On the Meuse there ia no change except at  Nancy, where the French troops have driven the  enemy across the border.  In Alsace Altkirch has again been captured by  the French, this time at the point of the'bayonet,  Russia again reports a decisive victory in Fo* '  land that has relieved Warsaw from all dread of "  capture.. The Austro-German army has been defeated and is in rapid retreat followed by the Cos-/  sacks.  Loda is reported evacuated and the line of  the Vistula entirely, cleared of the enemy. -'   * ^  Przemysl has,not -yet fallen but is still being,  heavily bombarded an4 the relieving forces de- ���������  feated.   m ,, >fa; X'/'      ' '  The Rtpnan* ��������������� again making there way eduth  into Hungary and" have" been victorious, in bat-',  ties fought on the upper waters of the Dneister  andtheStyr.        .       , "       >>   .   VvX'  Holland ia reported as quite restive under the  aggressive methods ef the Germans on her frontier  and ������ fully mobtiiaed, both fleet and army, and  ready to defend her neutrality to the last ulteVv  The Raiser continues to alienate the sympathies  of the neutral powers and evidences are not wanting that he is losing ground af home.  Meantime he has been appointed Generalissimo  of the Austrian Army and is now in full command  of an enormous body of men, doubtless the largest number ever yet lorded over by one man.  The Germans and Austrians are being driven  to ihe slaughter like cattle to the shambles by  the Imperial will. "How long, O Lord, how  long?"  The famous DeWet is in the saddle once more,  having made common cause with the German War  Lord against the British Lion. He is in company  -with General Beyer and Colonel Maritz and a  body of irreconcilable veldt Boers.  General Botha- has himself taken the field  against the rebels, backed by the vast majority  of the Union, and a loan of $35,000,000 from .the  Mother Country. The premier haa already met  and defeated both General Beyer and Colonel  Maritz, and their rebel commandos. DeWet still  remains unaccounted for and, if be retains bis  old dash, may yet give much trouble.  This rebellion is unfortunate, but is part of the  burden of The Weary Titan.  AlVENSLfBENJIieLOCIBEIIKIl  The people of Vancouver will remember that  just one year ago there was a most interesting  case of libel tried at the Vancouver Assizes���������Alvensleben versus Blockberger.  The editor and proprietor of the German paper  severely criticized the financial methods of Mr.  .von Alvensleben and was mulcted in a judgment  sentence of $20,000���������practically ruining him���������and  very roundly scored by the Bench, whilst Mr. von  Alvensleben was held up as the one strong and  influential and discerning financier of our province.  Well, recent events have pretty well shown up  the von Alvenslebens���������the one caught as a German spy at Gibraltar, the other as a financial  genius decidedly off-color.  The outspoken sentiment of Bench and people  was decidedly favorable to Mr. von Alvensleben  and quite as decidedly against Mr. Blockberger.  It looks now as if both Bench and people owed  amends to Mr. Blockberger which should be given  in no unstinted manner.  <,  Vi7,, ������  ���������X.'.  ,.',  fl<>  J'l  '    ���������������  !   4 S  J,  f V  S"V'  ,  V+    ,  'l  "h *'  r   ���������>���������  J^i  \     ~'**  V .  <r"  >,(     4     ������  >'JrI  t-1-      <  ll  1   /l-  >   "V   ,'     l  ������ > 1  I't      (     -  1  <  *-.  ������'/          ���������  XX.-  LATEST REPORTS  Novorossiysk Caucasia Oct. 29���������  The Turkish Cruiser Hamidieh demanded the surrender of the city today, threatening to bombard the  town in case of refusal. The Turkish  Consul and local officials were arrested, the cruisers withdrew.  London, Oct. 30���������The situation  between Great Britain and Turkey  is becoming daily more strained and  appears to be near the breaking point.  %<���������/��������� THE WESTERN CALL.  Friday, October 30, 1914  2 Departments 2  Millinery and Stationery  Prices About Half  See the Windows  Other Bargains  Ladies Waists, each - 25c  Ladies Waists, in flannel  and flannelette, for house-  wear reg. $1.50.  -now 50c  Fine Lingerie, and  shirt  Waists, to $2.00 now - $1.00  Rompers, each -  - -  35c  Kiddies dreses, 1  and 2  years, each 25c  Ladies flannelette night  Gowns, Special - each $100  Bargains in  every Dept.  Ladies Tan Cashmere Hose  Penman's reg. 50c now 35c  3 pairs for    -  - - -  $1.00  BARGAINS IN BOOTS ft SHOES  COR. MAIN and 8th AVE.  PHON������: FAraWDNT 506  *i������n \>.r n owr 9086  NEW C. P. R. STEAMERS  - A speed of 23.15 knots an ho\ir having been attained on the mile course  on the Clyde, and a good 22 1-2 knots  an hour having been maintained on an  endurance tesc of six hours, the trial  trips of the new C. P. R. steamer  Princess Margaret have been an--  nounced ?fs entirely satisfactory, Capt.  J. W. Troup, manager of the B. C.  Coast service, has just been, advised  by cablegram from Dumbarton^ Scotland, that the speed tests were carried out on Wednesday. Besides giving the speeds made by the flyer, the  cablegram added that the ship was  not forced over the mile course and in  the endurance test there was an  ample margin of speed. This means  that the Margaret will probably make  close to 24 knots an hojir after her  arrival on this coast when the stiffness of her engines has been worn off  and the bearings have found their true  running.   '  - The -Princess- Margaret is- now  berthed at Denny Bros', yards, having  the finishing touches made to her interior and also a few adjustments  made to the oil burners and machinery. Nothing has been announced as  to when the fast ship will start out on  her run to Victoria.  With the remarkable speed which  the Margaret demonstrated on- Wednesday she vill make the trips between .Victoria and Vancouver and  Victoria and Seattle in three hours  and a half, considerably faster than  the 'time now maintained by the  Charlotte and Victoria. All speed records will be broken when the new  ships enter service on this coast, and  the famous' Princess, Victoria will be  forced into the background. The new  ship will have several knots' the best  of her.  ��������� The Princess Irene, which was  launched at Dumbarton a few days  ago, will not have her engines tested  for a month or twov It would not~ be  surprising if she eclipses the remarkable performances of the Margaret,  through the fact that the builders  have the advantage of remedying any  slight defects they may see in the  workings of th^ other ship.  COlLOHXAXi BXtEWXHC.   COMPART,  LQDXED.  TO THE VmXISTEB. OT KAVDft.  Vancouver Xiand District  THE WAR  |p YOU ABC  Has not affected the quality  of Printing turned out by  our plant. Our high standard is still maintained; in  spite of the fact that prices  of raw materials have risen  considerably.    .  When you place an order  with us you can depend on  having it delivered in the  shortest possible time, consistent with the best of workmanship and accuracy.  TerminiJl City Press, Ltd.  903 Kingsway  Plume Fairmont U40  PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given  that under the First Part of Chapter ?9<  of the' Revised Statutes of Canada,  1906, known as "The Companies' Act,"  letters .patent have been issued under  the  seal  of  the  Secretary  of State of  Canada, bearing date the 5th day of  September, 1914, Incorporating- Robie  Lewis. Reid, King's counsel, David Stevenson Wallbridge and James Bruce  Boyd, barristers-at-law, William Reilly,  clerk, and Whitley Murray, student-tut-'  law, all in the City of Vancouver, in the  Province of. British/ Columbia, for ttie  folluwing purposes, viz.; (a) ���������' To carry  on the business of brewers and' malters  ln 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, manufaaturers of and  dealers In aerated and mineral waters  and oth*r drinks, wine and spirit mer-'  chants, ice manufacturers, wheelwrights, millwrights, beer-house keepers and other business incidental thereto; (c) To build, purchase, construct  and operate.beer brewing and refrigerating plants of any and every kind; (d)  To build, construct, develop .and otherwise^ acquire 'steam and hydraulic powers and plants for any and all of the  above purposes. Including the generation/of electric power and energy, and  to use and. dispose of any surplus powers thereof; to build, maintain and op  erate roads, .tramways and water  courses on the property of the company and is connection with/ ths above  powers or any of them; provided that  the above powers, when exercised out  side of the property of the company,  may be subject to any municipal reu-  lations in that behalf; (e) To buy, sell  and handle and deal both wholesale and  retail is commodities, articles and  things of all kinds which can be conveniently dealt in by the company; (f)  To leaBe, sell, improve, manage and develop any property of the company;  (S) To enter into any and all lawful  contracts with persons, corporations  ahd municipalities, companies and pub'  lie and private bodies for ths further  ance of any of the above purposes, in<  eluding the right to acquire property  for paid-up capital stock ln tha company or other good and lawful consideration; (h) To hold shares ln any  company with similar objects or carrying on any business which Is germane  to the objects for wheib this .company  is incorporated; (I) To purchase or  otherwise acquire any share -or interest  in the whole or any ..part of the'business, good-will and assets- of1 any firm,  partnership or company doing a- business in part or in whole similar to that  of the company, and to carry en, conduct and liquidate any business-so acquired; (j) To amalgamate t>r 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 ta respect of any -inventions, patents, trade marks, or  names, designs, copyrights,- which, may-  appear to be or likely to be advantageous to the company, and 'to grant exclusive or other licenses in respect~to or  otherwise deal with tpe same; ;(m) To  apply, subscribe for;' accept and hold  and dispose of any stock,' debentures or  securities of any company i or corporation carrying on a business similar to  that which this company Is authorized  to- carry on; (n) To pay for any services rendered to and any property or  rights vacquired by the company in any  such ^manner as may be deemed expedient; (o) To- sell, transfer ��������� or dispose of the whole or any- part ef the  business or undertaking of the company to any other company, whether  promoted by this company or not, oivito,  any person, firm or. corporation, and to  accept by way of consideration any  shares, debentures, debenture stock,  bonds or securities of any such company; (p) To make cash advances 'to,  customers and persons having dealings  with the company and to give any guarantee and indemnity in connection with  any such person; (q) To do all acts and  exercise all powers in carrying on all  business incidental to the carrying out  of the objects for which the company is  company is incorporated. The operations of the ompany to be carried on  throughout the Dominion of Canada  and elsewhere by the name of "Colonial  Brewing Company,,Limited," with a capital stock of four hundred thousand  doiiars, divided into 4,000 shares of one  hundred dollars each, and the ..chief  place of business of the said Company  to be at the City of Vancouver, In the  Province of British Columbia.   k  Dated at the office of the Secretary  of State of Canada, this 10th 'day of  September, 1914.  '   THOMAS MULVJ5T,  Under Secretary of State.  11-2  0-2 to 10-13  Make the Rewind Trip  AGAINST  ��������������������������� by  CONSULT US.  WE WRITE  FIRE INSURANCE  Closed at 1:09 O'clock on Saftrdiys  Specially insured against burglary  and hold-upi.  NOTARY PUBLIC  Dew, Fraser Trust Co.  122 Hastings St., W,  Do you realize that  A Long* Distance Call  .���������;.-s ���������  Means Two-Messages  TAKE NOTICE that I, Horace Wilson  Faulds, of Vancouver, B. C, Accountant,  intend to apply to the Minister of  Lands for a license to prospect for coal  and petroleum on and over the following  described lands:  Beginning At a-post planted .one mile  east and one mile north of the westerly  point .of Cape Caution; thence running  south 80 chains; thence east 80 chains;  thence north 80 chains; thence 'west 80  chainB to point of commencement.  H. W. FAULDS.  -. E. C. Molloy, Agent.  Located this 2nd day of August, 1914.^  *��������� THS MXSnSSSB OF XAJTDS  Vaaoouver &aad Distriot  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 89 chains;-thence-west 80  chains; thence north 80 chains; thence  east - 80 -efcataB to point of commeitee-  ment   .-���������������������������-:  H. W. FAULDS.  * E. C. Molloy, Agent  Located this Srd day of August, 1914.  fOfO M1MMXUB JO* - ULMB*  ", Taaoeuver l_*mC District*'  TAKE NOTICE that I. Horace Wilson  Faulds, of Vancouver, B. C Accountant,  intend to apply to the Minister of  LandB for a license to prospect for coal  and petroleum on and over the following  described lands:  Beginning at a post planted one mile  north and three miles east of the westerly point of Cape Caution; thence running north 80 chainB; thence.west 80  chains; thence south 80 chains; thence  east 80 chains to point of commence'  ment.  H. W. FAULDS.  E. C Molloy, Agent  Located this 3rd day of August, 1914.  -TO  imnt OTJXAjtnnm  Yaaoonver 3.aad District  TAKE NOTICE that, I, Horace Wilson  Faulds, of Vancouver, B. C, Accountant,  intend to apply Ho 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 Bouth 80 chains; thence east 80  chains; thence north 80 chains; thence  west 80 chains to -point of commence  ment '" w ,  ���������  "���������-' ,X"'--*E. C. Molloy, Agent  "    .        V     "     ^w' FAULDS.  Located this Srd day of August  1914.  . Ta m imatia or &ahdi  Tttaqdwrf* X*aA District -  - TAKE NOTICE, that I, Horace Wilson  Faulds, of Vancouver, B. C, Accountant,  intend to apply to the Minister of  Lands for a license to prospect for coal  and petroleum on and over the following  described ���������> lands: -' *  Beginning a��������� a post planted one mile  east and one mile north of the westerly point of C������pe Caution; thence running south 80 chains; thence west 80  chains; thence north 80 chains; thence  east 80 chains to point of commencement.  H. W. FAULDS.  E. C. Molloy, Agent.  ILocated this 2nd day of- August, 1914. -'  to.Tim wmmm or *awd������,  -  Ya^oonwjband JMrtriet  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  bnd petroleum on and over the following  described lands:  Beginning at a post planted one mile  east 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 commencement.  H. W. FAULDS.  E."C. Molloy, Agent.  Located this 4tb dar of August, 1914.   ,  Phone Seymour 943  Da vies & Sander s  General Contractors  55-66 DAVIS CHAMBERS     ::     615 HASTINGS ST. W.  to Tim wmjnrrm or x**x$nm  TanconvT Sand Diftriot  TAKE NOTICE that I, Horace Wilson  Faulds, of Vancouver, B. C, Accountant,  intend to apply to the' Minister of  Lands for a license to prospect for coal  and petroleum on and over the following  described lands: , ������  Beginning at a post planted one mile  east- and one 'mile north of the westerly point of Cape, Caution;; thence-.running north 80- chains; thence east 80  chains;  thence south 80 chains; thence  we^t 10 chaijis. to. pp^nt of .commenc,*-.  nient.- ���������'���������"'' ' -.*'-���������������������������-'.-;    .��������� ������������������/.-.,.���������.���������...-.,.....-..-...  H. W. FAULDS.  :.'���������'.- E. C. Molloy, Agent  Located this 2nd day oC- August,' 19t4.  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Those that live  through are fighting menX  1  Eight hours a day over the roads  carrying full service kit. Sometimes  a test march of fifty miles, with fifty  pounds and a rifle on aching shoulders. Now and then a twenty-four  hour watch to teach them how to  keep awake. Any sort of "weather. No  sort of roads at .all. Smash t'em  through" mud and bracken and rain.  Feed 'em and work 'era.  They begin as little greasy faced,  thin cheeked, stooped, shouldered slim  men. They come out thick chested,  big musculedj brown, rugged he-dev.  ils. But they are not soldiers yet.  Six months in the training camp Is  the Kitchener prescription. Then a  month or so somewhere near the  front doing.the routine work of war  making, guarding prisoners and railroad bridges. The knowledge sinks  in that "somewhere ahead better men  are being permitted to do their fighting for them.  Then one day^'Kitch" turns 'em  loose. ^  "The very best thing for- a recruitie  in this stage," said one of Kitchener's  old sergeants, "is to see a few other  men broken and bloody. How they  fight then!" ,    ,  The big forge for making soldiers  is at Aldershot. There 104,000 men  are hard at it every day. One sees  them in every stdge of development,  from the thin shanked factory lad *������  the erect husky who is almost ready  to be sent out to kill. There are a  dozen or so training camps s'cattered  through the island. Half a million  men���������perhaps more���������:are being hammered into shape. Not one of them  will take the field before green grass  time. >  "It takes months,to make a soldier," says Kitchener," "It isn't enough  to teach him how to march like _a  soldier and how to look like a soldier.  He must "learn to think like a soldier." ���������  So Kitchener jsn't in.any hurry  about his job. 'He told the Houses  of Parliament the other day thajt,his  half million new men 'would not be  ready before spring. That seemed'  queer to me, and I went to Aldershot  to find "out vhy. France is putting  men in the field with ho more soldierly experience than our militiamen  own.   So is Germany.  "We can't put as many men in the  field as the oth<>r nations," is the  army theory. "So we must put better men in."  England has 150,000 regulars in the  field in France. They are to be  joined by 70,000 Gurkhas and Sikhs.  There are only enough men available  'n the regular establishment to patch  up the holes that will be torn in this  line England's reliance for the future must be upon the volunteers. '  ' What Aldershot Is  Aldershot isn't at all what I had  thought it would be. I had pictured  a huge bare plain five miles square.  Scattered over- it were to be patches  of drilling men. In reality it is  woodland and moor and hill and valley muck and sand and*turf. The  motor car raced along the roads.  Every" time it topped a hill one saw  in the valley below bodies of drilling  men. In ever; little wrinkle of the  hills men, were marching or riding  or playing with the big guns. Every  vale held them. They were on every  level patch of turf. Think of it!  There are 104,000 men being taught  there to be soldiers.  Aldershot town has a permanent  population of 20,000. Other villages  are scattered through this vast barren  tract that makes up Aldershot camp.  There are permanent quarters in  which 22,000 men are sheltered in  times of peace. Now there are a  greal fungi of white, conical tents  grqwing against the brown hills.  Here a rattle of drums breaks out.  A squad of .drummers are being  taught how to handle the sticks by -a  frankly pessimistic instructor. Now  ah uncertain fanfare rips one's ears.  It is trumpeter learning the crackle  of rifle practice.    ~       '/"'.._���������  Companies of "rookies" came  marching along the roads. Perhaps  two men out'of five wore the khaki.  The others were still dressed in their  civilian clothes. '_ They were learning  how to keep, step���������they had been at  it all day long���������and they were pathetically tired.. Their ptfor thin shoulders drooped. Their faces were pale.  Not one man in a dozen could keep  his chin up. Their heavy army shoes  scuffled dejectedly through the dust.  "In a week," said the gray old sergeant, as his men rested, "they can  keep this up all day: But this is their  first march."  Calisthenics in Mud  It had been raining all day. The  sandy roads were dry enoughj but  the turf fields were wet and cold to  the touch We came to a green field,  perhaps half a mile square. Dotted  over it were companies of fifty men,  all in civilian's clothes. An hour  struck. They ceased their awkward  left foot,, right foot, and threw themselves on the soggy ground. The instructors stood in front ofXach  squad. ''  "On your backs."  They rolled over, and over, and  over. They lifted themselves" on one  arm, and vth_ other arm and both  arms. Between times the instructors criticised them bitterly:  "You���������you, chap with the long  hair���������are you a fool? "  They laid upon their backs in the  wet and waved, one leg in the air, and  the other leg in the air, and both legs  in the air. They rose and bowed over  and touched 'their toes. They went  through ever/ movement that the  devilish ingenuity of drill masters has  devised. Between times they stretched at full length and panted and perspired. _  "Double time." t  They were trotting about the field,  a quarter of a mile at a time. When  they couldn't trot any longer the instructor walked them. When their  legs began to kink up they sat on the  ground and watched other men���������those  in khaki���������go through open order  movements and company drills.  These latter were .advanced students  of the art of man killing. The neor  phytes' had envy in their eyes.  Couldn't Keep Pace  Xt the railroad station that night  we saw those who couldn't keep the  Kitchener pace. They were little,  runty chap's, for the mo$t part with  rat eyes and! narrow shoulders and  jaws that subtly differed from the ordinary human jaw. A big Scotch  lance corporal had them in charge.  "Sick, lame and lazy," he diagnosed  them, ruthlessly indifferent to the fact  that his miserable charges heard him.  "From the slums of Glasgie. All  they're fit for is to ge������ drunk on Saturday night and beat a wtynman."  These miserable little creatures had  been "cast" by the authorities^, They  lacked something in body or 'mind.  They were unfit for the great game,  and were unteignedly glad of it. One  man with a great jaw and a shock of  blond hair stood with his eyes fixed  on the-wall during the hour's wait for  a delayed train and roared in a rough  loud'voice ditty after ditty of the music halls. 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HEAD OFFICE:  203 Kingsway, Vancouver  Telephone Fairmont 1140  Subeorlptloni  One Dollar m Year In Advance  8I.80 Outelde Canada  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. ,  THE FRUITS OF PHILOSOPHY  WHAT THE PABSONS SHOULD  .HAVE TOLD US  Horatio Bottomly, the Agnostic, in. John Bull  And now that we are in the ,thick of the  bloody business, in Heaven's name, let us understand what we are at.   In our eagerness to turn  the-cynical phrase of the German Chancellor ta  -moral acpunt, we are in danger of misingithe  wider significance of the conflict.   That world-  deafening crash of arms out there on the historic  battle ground of Europe is 710 mere affair of  - "honor," sacred as .that Would have been.   Since  , its-inception the whole character of the struggle  has been changed.  It is a " holy war. *'  There, in  ' Northwestern France, within two?h"u'n<Ired leagues  of our own sheltered homesteads, lies the frontier  between civilization and barbarism, between valiant truth and craven treachery, between the saving ethic of the Galilean and the bestialities of  Pagan'' culture.''  This is the mighty truth which  must be seared into the soul of every Briton, and  of every ra$n worthy of his place in the commonwealth of civilized nations.   Away there, in. the  .Low Countries, a mad monarch makes devil's sport  " of war, with a mtod "philosopher" for his guide.  , /|n preparation for bis .hateful task, William the  Pamned had steeped himself to the eyes in Niet-  zschean "philosophy."   Make no mistake���������the  parsons should have told you this���������^it was the  , avowed purpose of Nietzsche to depose the Christ  idea from the hearts of men 'and to set up in its  , place a monstrous, beastly idol of brute force and  pitiless rapine.   In the latter years of the last  century the "morality" of this demented creature  spread its stream of corruption throughout Germany, infecting the "culture" of her universities  and polluting the jshrines of her faith.. Meanwhile, the crazy brain of its author had rotted in  its own filth. Fifteen years ago he died, a palsied  degenerate, in a Prussian madhouse;,but he had  .built .worse than he knew.   Upon the plains of  Belgium the blood stained" sites of a thousand  shattered and'polluted homesteads bear silent witness to the national acceptance   of   his Pevil's  creed. , .  VICTOR HUGO  SEER AND PROPHET  On March 1, 1871, the national assembly of France convened at Bordeaux to ratify the preliminary articles of peace concluded with Germany. On that occasion Victor Hugo,  after charging Napoleon III. with the  French debpcle, contrasted the futures of the contending nations. As  a result of her victory Germany, he  declared, would be sternly ruled by a  Caesar of "divine right," whose sceptre would De the sabre, enchaining  thought, muzzling the press and  stifling the national conscience, while  conquered France would overcome  her misery under the guidance of the  sovereign people,, with, free speech,  free conscience and human rights.  Amid the wildest enthusiasm he concluded with this remarkable prophecy:  "Oh! The clock will strike���������and  we, shall hear the sound���������for this  prodigious revenge. Thus will begin  the tomorrow when France shall have  one thought alone; to collect herself,  to rest from the terrible gloom of desperation, to reassemble her fdrces,  to educate,her children, to rear with  sacred passion those little ones who  shall become great, to form citizens;  to create an army which shall be the  people, to call sciences to the aid of  war, to study the strategy of the Prussians as Rome studied the strategy of  the Carthaginians; to fortify herself,  to consolidate and regenerate herself,  to. become again the France of '92, the  France of an idea,' the,France of her  promise.  "Then, one day, she will suddenly  rouse herself. She will become formidable. She will be seen at one blow  to regain Lorraine, to regain Alsace.  Is it enough? ;No! No! She will  capture���������listen!���������Treves, Mainz, ��������� Cologne, Coblen^!���������and you shall hear  France cry. 'The clock strikes my  hour! Germany! Hear me! Am* I  thine enemy? No, I am thy sister! I  have taken all from thee, I return all  to thee! Upon one condition: That  we shall no 'longer be divided people;  that we. shall be one united family,  one republic., 1 will .demolish my fortresses,, thou thine. My vendetta is  ���������brotherhood,! ,.  "No more frontier. ' The Rhine,  mine and thine. We shall be the same  republic, we shall be the United  States of Europe, we shall be the continental confederation, we shall' be  the liberty of Europe, i And- now let  tis clasp hands, for we have rendered  each a reciprocated service. Thou  has freed me from my emperor. I  will free thee from thine."  810 OKPJBtS FOB CANADA  Placed With pominion Finns on Befcalf of British  War Office  Ottawa, Oct. 26.���������Through the influence of the  Pominion government, large contracts have been  let by Mr. Fred Stobard, the buyer of, the British  government, on behalf of the Imperial war office.  These contracts, along with contracts which are  being let for the Canadian army, will give a great  impetus to Canadian industries.  As a result of the government's activity, Canadian factories and Canadian workingmen will be  employed to a very large extent for the next few  months.  Among the orders which have been placed by  Mr. Stobart is one for 1,500,000 shirts, which will  keep almost every shirt factory in Canada busy for  some months. Orders have also been given for  50,000 saddles to be made in Canada, and this order alone will amount to over $2,000,000. ���������  DISTRIBUTION OF. SE3P GRAIN  ANP POTATOES PROM v THE  DOMINION    EXPERIMENTAL  farms���������m*-ms.  ********>********^***<^>****************  BE PREPARED!  Every Canadian should protect himself and *,  % family by carrying a policy in  MUTUAL LIFE OF CANADA i  established 1869  "CANADA'S ONLY MUTUAL"  For rates and  full information see our  X agents, or  W. J. TWISS  District Manager  317-319 ROGERS BUILDING  ************ *l I t-V************** X 111 ***  By instructions of the Hon. Minister of Agricultural a distribution of  superior sorts of grain and potatoes  will be made during the coming winter  and spring to Canadian farmers. The  samples for general distribution will  consist of spring y/heat (about 5 lbs.),  white oats (about 4 lbs.), barley  (about S lbs.), and field'peas "about  5 lbs.). These will be sent out from  Ottawa. A distribution of potatoes  (in 3-lb. samples'* will be carried oh  from several of the experimental  farms, the Central Farm at Ottawa  supplying only the provinces of Ontario and Quebec. All samples will be  sent free, by mail.  Applicants must give particulars, in  regard to the soil on their farms, and  some account of their experience  with such kinds of grain (or potatoes)  as they have grown, so that a promising sort for their conditions may be  selected.  Each application must be separate  and must be signed by the applicant.  Only one sample of grain and one of  potatoes can be sent to each farm.  If both samples are asked for in the  same letter only one will be sent. Applications on any kind of printed  form cannot be accepted.  As the supply of seed is limited,  farmers are advised to apply early,  but the applications will not neessarily  be filled in the exact order in which  they are received. Preference will  always be given to the most thoughtful and explicit requests. Applications received after the end of January will probably be too late.  Allapplications for grain (and-applications from the provinces of Ontario and Quebec for potatoes)  should be addressed to the Dominion  Cerealist, Central Experimental farm,  Ottawa. Such applications require ho  postage. If otherwise addressed delay and disappointment may occur.  Applications for potatoes from  farmers in any other province should  be addressed (postage prepaid) to  the Superintendent-of the nearest  Branch Experimental farm in that  province.  J. H. GRISDALE,  Director,    dominion      Experimental  .. Farms.  I    Our Vancouver Industries  *********************'&*********************^  *********** *.  rt^f-v' .'-'>''.:>''  FACTORY OF J.  LECKIE & CO.  LTD.  'Nil.  30,000 square feet of factory space where more than 300 machines  anc| 126 hantjs are turning .out 500 pairs of, shoes per day.  t '::/    Present,possible output 1000 pairs per (Jay.  y. m. o. a. wewbejwbjp campaign  _____ ���������<'  November Stride 71*x  The fall activities in the, local Y.-^M. C..A. are  going-with-a fine swing,, and there are strong  indications that this will .be.the busiest season  in the Association's history,'. _��������� .' 7X  :  Many members, business men, young men and  boys, are participating with enthusiasm, and are  helping to promote the various- activities of the  Association's program. X  - From Monday, November 2nd, 2 p. i������j to 10 p.-  lm., Saturday, November 7th, is the time set apart  for the big Y. M. C. A. Membership Contest between the Associations of Victoria, New Westminster and Vancouver for the Patterson Shield.  Last year Victoria won the Governor's Trophy,  but with the larger number of members, who are  enthusiastically entering the campaign this year,  and with well organized forces' it is confidently  expected that Vancouver will take first place this  year.  Aid. Ramsay has accepted the position of  chairman. Mr. C. E. Disher and Mr.'I. W. Williamson, men of optimism and executive ability,  are serving as yibii-chairman, while over 200 loyal,  energetic members have undertaken the responsk  bility of seeing that every man inVthe city is invited to become a member.        X  The Young^ Men's Christian Association is a  high grade, low cost young ineriV club���������^Christian,  but not sectarian. : '  It is ah athletic organization that does not use  men to promote athletics, but uses athletics to develop: men..' 'XX -;-V ���������"'d���������������������������������������������  It is a place for a young man to find friends  and to make himself a friend to the man that needs  friends. X X.X.; ' ,t 'V  Every loyal-citizen should be identified with  one of the most useful philanthropic agencies at  work in our city. Show your loyalty by becoming  a member: this,week or providing a membership  for a needy young man..  WELLINGTON'S OPINION OF GERMANS  t  I������J. C. O.'s WANTED  Earl Kitchener is making urgent appeal for instructors for his new army.  Ap effort is being made to obtain at once as  many qualified ex-non-commisioned officers of the-  Imperial service locally. ^ ���������   X  J  All interested are desired to place themselves  , in cbmunication with Gilbert W. Hall, tfare ,of  Customs,, city.  j- ...... . .... ..... ...... .... ....... _.. .  . --r-Trtirt.i-i.iiQ  * ********************************************>********  J. Dixon  ������   House Phone: Bay. 886  Sir Herbert .Maxwell, in his "Life of Wellington," quotes a letter written by Wellesley to his  mother in 1807, in which this passage occurs:  "I can, however, assure you that, from the general of the Germans* down to the smallest drum  boy in their legion, the earth never groaned with  such a set of murdering, infamous villians. They  murdered, robbed and illtreated the peasantry  wherever they went.''  4   ���������  .  I  G. Murray  House Phone: Bay. 1137L  v Office Phone:  Seymour 8765-8766  DIXON & MURRAY  Off ice and Store Fixture Jlanufacturers  .���������/v; " ".JtobWng Cai^nters;Vy;  Painting, Paperhanging and Kalsomining  4    Shop: 1065 Dunsmuir St. V������neouv������r, B.C.   X  tt       -���������'-.* .   ' . V ���������;-..-"    '��������� .-.--.   .X -V .X> ��������� X ;   ";    v*;-- X'' ���������:'   V'  ��������� ���������'M"I,fr'M'M'fr'M'<''M''M,'M,,M^  ? Our Business has beck built up bv merit alone  ''X&&b.!Xf������XX  1  Heating Engineers.  1095 Homer St.  Sey. 661  ;x:  <<^>*^************^  ������   Loans may be obtained for any purpose on acceptable Real f  j Estatesecurity; liberal privileges; correspondence *  t-"���������'.'���������-..-. X solicited.  I A. C. AGENCY COMPANY  758 Oai, Electric Building  Denver, Colorado' V  *********'V*********<l*l*****4W M"M' t M"l 1*1-? X" iJ  y������  'fX  xx., v f&Kl *  \ Lv  _>"*  J������.... ^  i'  7    J-   ;  Friday, October 30,1914  THE WESTERN CALL.  _!_____!_. ^  f ~,    t?XM-'  ;'^S^5^U*IIII11IIM^,J  i  ���������OWHAIAN  mSHINGTONDG  I OF AMERICAN ID  .Located oa PMuqrtaiUa Avtntu, llth aad ffStmttt  WaaMagtoa'a Ntwoat HotaL^  J   Ideally situated, within two block* el 4he Executive M������fi=!  ���������ion. ontv a ������hort walk to tht public buildings, -chops, theater*  and points of historical. lateral to visitop and tourists.  The    famous    Indian    Grill Room, the bestiUful P������teVCo������rtJ|  the delightful Tea Room, Grand Fip������  Organ. lonly one of it*  kind  in  Washington),  and an Orehutra of. a superfine order,;  ������������rc attractions neatly appreciated by Powhatan guests....;-;  Kooras with dstachsd bath.  It JO. |>.M aad upw-  Rooma with, private kith, **M, IS.M aad ������iy ;  .    ���������      Wilu lor bboWst with map.  CLIFFORD It LEWIS, V  X  ������������������... ���������'���������llanagar,.X-i-������������������" :'.��������� *'V  Art tt wnhl !!!������������������������ ttrWHU flwstn. Om���������Mim,������!-���������-������ tsiaii. g-liili ijSOWIi^fc  iiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiuiiiiinTwm  ���������i..H"M"M-<"H'������*������Mflilit^i^^^^^^  If you are interested in reducing your Fuel Bill,  see us. We are saving money for. others, and can  do the same for you. -^vX-'-'Xc"��������� V-V ���������'���������;������������������:���������;  v We supply aaid ItifWlV^el ;6ll Plants ot all  deacriptionB. We do rtot advoicate a cheap plant,  but we can satisfy you when results are /considered.  . We have a large numberof plants now in operation in hotels, office buildings, apartment houses,  Schools and colleges. >��������� . XXiX-XX;  Puel Oil  713 Pacific Bldg.  %i  LIMITED  p727; X VanbuveiV k������ ^ ���������  'VXXX-';'X' \   ��������������������������� ./-l-:;.;r ���������   ���������-. .:������������������   \,..,.-   ���������������������������;.<;     ',   '   -r-.i*:  ;**** ,\**** ** x * *** ** 't'l'i't-i.i'H i-'tti t".i"i 111111-1111 m 11 i������h4  .���������.^,^.^.^1^i.^���������^..l������������������t������������������^���������^���������t������������������^���������^.,^������������������l������������������t������������������t���������.:������������������^,t������������������^������:������������������l..t������������������^���������^I������������������:������������������I.���������I^^^������������������t���������H���������^^'^''^^'^'^''t''I'll'^t'������  x>>^\& i_X  ���������\3sjX/'f-ii.iZ;l\,- ifiy     i. . 'ft.  1 ^fel; 7 X^i/M$>    .  /x  .  mt*  >>XV -* i *7*������B'3b&* *4  -*������?...  s  .*'<  -< ".������   ,  ���������J  m  U  XV'X::XViVVXXXV "XV, *������.  ?w -r "f,t ���������������* ^  ? ,;X-i������?  t  ���������    i   J.'  1     L L   i.  ''ViiiE'  .9EL.U  ��������� " ���������^fe.^^^';^.-  -      -f������4I<^.  ^<^^>'--  #j|EW!^ DiEf ENTION BUILDING, VANGOUVER;  ~mzmH  ;������-'; H v;^S v|^:xlPx^^  * v 1^^ V W known Vancouver firm of contractors Messrs  Snider Bros, and Brethour.   All the partners of this Company are Native .Sons and  Kia^ and Vancouver probably the largest number of  ?buil<U^,:^ XX-.:v-; //���������  5;s'i?SXsi  s.  Pe-ase Pacific Foi������fldry Limited  ���������    '   '.'     HBATINQ AND VENTHATINO S^Si&SsiXr  .'/��������������������������� _>'���������-���������  U  .*-     ^<  Economy  .HWeal''  KANUFACTURBB8  ��������������� Staam Heaters and Ventilators for public Buildinga  Warm Air Purnaees ���������CoraWnatlonFurti   Steam ahd Hot Water Boilers. Registers  Warm Air Furnaces ���������XomMnation Furnaces  Steam ahd  SteamandHot Water Boil������s  \\\6 ilomer St.    vnnccver,������.c. |||fx|^X3ll������y'';\  ��������� ' '   ' ���������i'i.:ii'i,.,.''V-,V;: .'���������:";��������� ���������������������������:'..������������������.''.'    '   ; '   .. ���������'''������.'���������'  j. ������},.|. .^ 4������ ^h|h{i������H���������|h|i ij. ,|. ,|..}. .|i.|. ,|������ i|uli it' ���������t"I"{"t"t' ������|' ���������!' ������<��������� 'I' >i"W' ���������><i"I' ���������!��������� ������> ��������� ��������� *tr 't"!' ���������I><iH*���������,?,���������<���������>,^���������t,^^  SATURPAV'S SP^^^^.^:!^  Jfome made Taffy.   Peanut Crisp, and Ikwtbri Chewiiig Taffy  lb.   Simply delicious.  That New Store'  .BE aUIUPINO. 9ROAPWAV: * MAIN.  i'l"M'i|������M''lllHl'M,Mi'H''Ml|M'4,M  M/i������i#^$c:/  Reekie's, M Coutm  And I am going to see that my wife buys them  for THE. BOYS t>oo.xThey: are the be^to.  wear and are made in^Vancouver.  |I 4 ���������������!��������� ������#'������'I' ��������� a>������ 'l-t' <��������� -t- ���������!��������������� ������-t-t-������-t- ���������|������4"tM������������>4^<^?������*>' ���������?: 't"t' ���������8"l> ���������t"t'.y<l'*<'������-l' 't-4"l' ��������� ������* <���������  ������������������M"H'd"H'������<"M'������'M"M"M'^  GOAL     COAL     COAL  ***>x>*******************.>******^ __  ::  13  ������  hi  Q  3  Phones Seymour 5408 & 5409  McNeill, welch & wilson p  80 PENDER ST. E.  Jingle Pot Coal  *  o  o  a | Hill Wood aisa Builders' Supplies  *     ".'���������,.       "������������������. ''���������y'-  *\i.********^.*********<***^^  BUILDERS'   SUPPLIES  l>.l,l**nl*******l*************^r*'iV*  ****************  //i:'-.;.;:: x'; /���������. /%/^/^//lm\ jiiitiiiiiiiif  ;M^|  ^:ikmm  -rpabH (Uatlomtfl  Dare to be different in Dress.  Differentness breathes out  from the Special Models of Semi-  ready Suits and Overcoats this  season.  Differentness 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 Over,  coats vthich are tailored with  real dress economy.  Thomas & McBain  655 Granville Street  Xfei%#  |lMiM^^W^MSi!^^^^^H|  ^v^iS^^fe^^^-fe.^ XlV;^-y.^^."V.���������i:'';:?Xf^v:'���������^f^;'^^.V 'VrVV":- ;.;/---y  X^���������^3eyelleci iik th^^ churches;'siiice the  3]m^m^M'taillare 6tV'Christianity^'^-vThis ob-  ���������.'''^S^Vvwe^o^rrial''' bunches under the heading,  X<|fcl|&m������^ V;:;  XV'^j;;iriay^v||iasting;:at:'the:Rock of Ages to crit-  ioi|e?ehrist^afli^, but we fail to see bow the same  ^tierm-tytf the churches.  :GHtieism of the eimrbhes wh^ch is founded upon  objection to the 'mai^er>i^:Whic]hvaV.)B.acred Christianity is propagated by mundane churches should  hot be confounded vwith :an attack upon Chrisi-  ;tianity''.X   ��������� ���������'.; t/-;',:'- ;.        \:-;:J -���������;-. "\;-.J^  X^e are of opinion;thfit the .cburches^can stand  criticism, and that friendly criticism is good for  the churches ais well i������w for the prcss.XNo one can  fqccessfully contend; that the ^churches today are  perfect;: A thousand reasons for criticism of the  churches >an be caUed to mind. The modern  growth of Socialism^ which   is- essentially un-  #hristia������^i^in!^t8elfVa^V^  Tbevfact that great nations, in w. age of boasted  enlightenmeut, vwere; ;pi������paring for war was also  a concrete criticism of the chtirches, fThe modern  war between labor and fiapitaJ is^ also a criticism  of the churches. The internal disturbances in certain churches themselves were criticisms of thme  churches. xThe spread of social excesaesi is a crit-  ��������� icismpf the churches. XX ���������  Criticism of the churches today is not by any  means confined to non-church tbinkew or observers. "The American Winston Churchill wrote a  book called "The Inside of the Cup" a year or so  . ago which contained a very pertinent criticism  of the Protestant churches. The criticism contained in tttat book was made the basis of one or  more sermons in nearly every city in America.  Let that be pointed out to the credit of the churches. This book was popular because it was widely  approved, arid approved and welcomed more by  earnest curch members than by anyone else.  Criticism of the churches may imply a deep  reverence .for Christianity. This war has given  some critics an opportunity they had been looking  for for a long time, desiring not to mock Christianity but to point out weak places in the particular kind of armor that is in fashion these days'  for the armor to the Cross.  xx  The "firightfulv outrage8>;iiiv Belgi^V,#ill!libgi;||||fti|^  dpiibtedly-tend tokeepv^bll^  Sweden neutral a* long as the Kaiser has it in his  power to hurt these smaller countries, ibut ;th^e-  very outrages will ^ork the undoingf of German  sympathies and prepare the way for the riidre  complete overthrow of the Prussian domination  when once the madman of Europe has been corralled. ��������� ������������������������������������   '   ���������'���������'���������.'������������������      . :;.;���������- ,-v.v,;v;:vx  One of the peculiarities of the present European situation is the attitude of Sweden. This is  the only Protestant country in when there is a  srong pro-Gerinan party.  The motive is, not love for Germany, but fear  of Russia���������^born of a long period of threatened  aggression on the latter's part.  Britain's policy is the same today as when in  1855 she guaranteed the territorial integrity of  the Scandinavian kingdoms, and our instant intervention on behalf of Belgium's invaded neutrality will not only bring new assurance to the lesser  peoples, but should hearten our own good resolve  to stand by our treaties at any and all cost.  It is understood that Petrograd has made every  effort to allay Swedish fear by giving the most  explicit assurances. These, coupled with the fact  that Russia and Great Britain are now friends  and allies'in the same great cause of freeing the  world from a military despotism, should go far to  allay Sweden's fears.  it  UNCUS BJU,.  ���������������  "Uncle Bill," yep gettin' famous,  Yer name'8 a bye word in the fleet!  Night an' day my shipmates cuss yer,  In "langwidge" which is quite a tre^tf  An' when J thinks yer once was admiral,  I feel just like a Beecham's pill;  Oh, bow I'd like to mnge yer whiskers,  Human Butcher!   " Uncle Bill!"  JHL  I ^ee'd yer onst, a high falutin',  I think 'twas Cowes' regatter week;  I thought yer figurehead was faulty,  With that moustache yer looked a freak.  My shipmates said:   "He's only funny,"  I thought so fur a while���������until���������  I read as W yer scorned yer mother,  And marked ye, "Wrong 'Un," Uncle BUU  v ni-    .  I reads as 'ow yer hurling thousands  To death���������to suit yer devil's brain;  An'ow yer imps are shootin' women,  Of churches wrecked, and children slain;  Truly, ye're a Royal Buster,  Born to do the devil's will;  But don't furget the final muster,  Cut throat, War Horse, Uncle Bill!  X  \  IV.  ;  But we're wait/in' firm an ready,  With our weather eye around;  Watchin' every move ye're makin',  Soon we'll 'ave yer safe an' sound.  "Decks are cleared out on the ocean,  Come to meet us when ye will,  Sure as that our God is with us,  We'll keel haul yer, Uncle Bill!  W. A. ELLIS  Vancouver, B. C. X  LILLOET DISTRICT  BROKEN HILL JUNE  Lilloet, Oct. 27.���������Mr. Campbell, superintendent  of the Broken Hill mine, returned to town last  Friday afternoon after a tour of inspection of the  property. He stated that considerable' ore had  been blocked out, that he was going to work the  crew all winter, and would open up ore body on  No. 2, he also stated that in his opinion the  Broken Hill would before long be one of the largest producing mine in British Columbia.  He left on Sunday for the property, with the  winter supplies.  The P.G. E. rails are now laid about three  miles this side of the Lilloet river bridge. 6.  if*^***^}ri-******** *****************>h **<*****  ^     . THE WESTERN CALL  Friday, October,30,.3914 ���������      1  TXUBES  BEani.ATXONB  WHAT. THE MA1TER WITH THE TORONTO GLOBE?  nit Livery  ^NSFER  Furniture and Piano Moving  Baggage, Express and ������?������y.   Haeka'and Carriages-  atallhoura.  Phone Fairmont 848  er Broadway and Main A F. McTarish, Prop.  iM..H^'Hi������lH'*'lllH"Mlt"M' *************************&  ************************** ********** * * * * * * * * * * * *****>  y,-,!^  ^1.  Baxter & Wright  COMPLEX HOUSE FURNISHERS  Governing Timber on Dominion lands  in,Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, the  North West Territories, the Railway  Belt in the Province of British Columbia, and the tract of Three and a Half  Million Acres Located by the Dominion  in  the  Peace  River District  in  British  ttColumbia. "  M Ucenaea  9 A license to cut timber on a tract not  exceeding twenty-five square miles in  extent may be acquired only at public  auction. A rental of $5.00 per square  mile, per annum, is charged on all timber berths except those situated west of  Tale in the Province of British Columbia, on which the rental is at th������ rate of  5 cents per acre. In addition to rental,  dues are charged on the timber cut at  the rates Bet out ln section, 20 of the  regulations.  Timber Vermtts am* Bum  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 rate of $100 per square mile, per  annum. s  Timber for Somesteader*  Any occupant of a homestead quarter  section having no timber of his own  suitable for the purpose may, provided  he has not previously oeen granted free  allowance of timber, obtain a free permit to cut the quantity of building and  fencing timber set out in Section 51 of  the Regulations. -���������        -  ' W. W. CORT,  Deputy of the -Minister of tbe Interior.  From THE MONTREAL HERALD  1   Cash or  Easy  | Payments  ::  ���������������  4  .  $40000  Stock to.  Choose  From  Come in and talk it over when looking for furniture.  WRIGHT    :  |  Phone Seymour 771 416 Main Street ;  *+******$****************** *************************  %  Commercial Printing at "Western Car Office  Business as Usual  No Panicky Mr Feeling  No war Mm  This olcj established  house isnstill anxious to  c|o business with you���������  compjetetetocjc of Beating  Stoves, Malleable Ranges  and Household Gooqs.  We Will-Not Be Unpebsou>V~     ���������  W.R Owen t Morrison  The Mt. Pleasant Hardware  Phone Fair. 447 2337 Main Street  tmroras or ooas  Coal mining rights of the Dominion,  ln Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta,  the Yukon Territory, the Northwest Territories and in a portin of the Province,  of British Columbia, may be leased for  a term of twenty-one years at an annual  rental of $1 aa acre. ' Not,more than  2569 acres will be leased to one applicant. '  Application for a lease must be made  by the applicant in person to ihe Agent  or Sub-Agent of the district ln which  tbe rights applied for-are situated.  In surveyed territory the land must be  described by sections, or legal sub���������divisions of sections, and iny unsurveyed  territory the tract applied for shall be  staked out by the applicant himself.  Each application must be accompanied by a fee jut IS, 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 5 cents  per ton.  The person operating the mine shall  furnish the Agent with sworn returns  accounting for the full quantity of merchantable coal mined .and pay the royalty thereon. If the coal mining rights  are not being operated, such returns  should be furnished at least onc*-a-vear.  The lease will include the coal mining  rights only, but the lessee may be permitted  to purchase whatever available  s<-orv  0{  surface rights may be considered neces-      . /     ���������  sary for the working of the mine at tbe  rate of $10.00 an acre.- 0  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  lands.  W. W.'CORY. i  Deputy Minister 'of the Interior.  N. B.���������Unauthorized . publication of  this advertisement will not be paid for.  Why is the Toronto Globe so mortally afraid of an ejection that it has  been thrown into a frenzy at the rumor of it? , Tiie cause is not hard to  run to earth.  The Globe, more than any other  agency in Canada, contributed to the  blocking of Sir Robert Borden's naval  policy. That plan today is justified  in every detail. The grim line of  super Dreadnoughts ranged up, as it  has been proved, out of reach of submarines and torpedo boat's in the  North Sea. :s the essential of Britain's sea power. They aie the compelling force that keeps the German  battleships and battle cruisers behind  the ��������� land' fortifications at Wilhelms-  haven and Kiel. They, and not cruisers, are what the admiralty asked of  the Borden administration.  It was the Globe, with its fatuous  ignorance, now so strikingly silhouetted against the blaze of a world war,  that opposed this tooth and nail. Its  editor sat in the gallery of the .House  of Commons, loudly applaunding the  anti-Dreadnought speeches of the debate. Its editorial espousals of the  Senate's rejection of the grant of $35,-  000,000-was vigorous and jubilant in  tone as to the merits of the question;  and as a partisan triumph for the mo  ment tortured into ��������� the .appearance of been a cross between a smirk and a  sriejer. ' It is responsible" for the projection of the jdea that the affairs of  Canada .at this juncture were not in  the hands of men, big enough,for the  job. -And now it lashes about at the  mere mention of an election, holding  that there is a' "war truce" between  the parties.   A more impudent    sug- '1  ���������  gestion���������when considered as coming  {rom ttye Globe���������could not be ^ con-'  ceived.  a national duty. The Globe regarded  the Senate's action as something  about which, there could be no possible question. v  The Globe was short-sighted. It  was positively .myopic when it refused to admit the emergency that  gave rise to the present war as the  same one which Mr. Borden'urged.  In its own columns since, the "bolt  from the blue" utterance has been  vindicated by a recital of the plans  centering- about General von Bernhardt, his book, and his American'mission. The Globe has admitted the  Great German Conspiracy, which  constituted ihe Emergency foretold  by Sir Robert Borden.  i  .But never since the war began has  the Globe eschewed politics. It sought  to make an issue out of the selection  of Valcartier as a jcamp. It has  preached silly peace sermons, whose  only practical effect, could be to discourage recruiting and retard military  preparation in this country on a scale  in keeping with our resource's'and patriotic ambitions. It has not scrupled  to insinuate in the most oblique and  globular manner that there have been  andx now is a division in the cabinet  at Ottawa:   Its,general attitude has  We do. not know what the government's intentions are with regard to  an, election.   We are not in the confidence of the government.   But we do  know tbat the Globe has no license  to "kick"���������to put-it vulgarly���������if the  jroveniment choses to take advantage"  of the position in which the Globe  has done so much to land its political  party.    The' Globe  should  take   its.  medicine when the election comes, no _  matter whether now or a year hence.  The Globe's attitude will take no end'  of explaining ,   The   paper will   be j  forced to remember that its ideas are]  not the only factor that' enter into I  public life, especially when the sportJ  or whatever it may be called, of play*  ing the political game, centres about]  vital  Imperial projects and  the' life  and soul of our own Dominion.  ROD AND GUN  HI, Return  & cp.  We are offering this week  exceptional values in  Ingrain Papers  Now is the time to secure  your paper for your front  room, dining room or hall  and to have them done for  the least possible outlay.  Before placing your order  for Fall decorations, .kindly  call or phone '  5,U*m&Co.  2317 Main Street Ptoene Fair. 998  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  hqurs,_the table of contents shows a  predominance of big game hunting  stories. "How 1913f Turned Out  ���������Lucky .for One Bull Moose" is the  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.V N. W M. P. representative.  Other stories and the regular repayments makev up an interesting big  game issue-for Canadian sportsmen.  PritltinO* Terminal City Press, Ltd.  I    1 1II if H������^ * 203-207 Kinfsway Phone Fairmont 1144  The American Bible Society reports an appeal from Germany for  Bibles- for* uie among the soldiers,  and for money to aid in distributing  them. We would suggest that if the  society finds" it practicable, to forward these Bibles, it would be well to  underscore some passages in the New  Testament; also to send a\marked  copy to the Kaiser.        - ���������."'  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XtfaktSr.  Hinduelementet i Vancouver  , Att hinduerna i Vancouver icke  |aro sa fredliga som deras. i     de  fiesta fall lugna och oskyldiga ut-  ^eende angifver bevisas af de man  fa sorgliga mord och  ofverfally  >m af dem fiirofvats pa senare ti-  len.    Allt sedan det miriesvurda  ������ffcrtyget Komagata Maru ankrade  redden med sin oroliga last af  ilndre aktningsvarda     hinduer,  liar en vag af hat och hamnd g.'ttt  ^enom Vancouver fran det' siimre  Lementet af detta folkslag. Och  lenna   bekiagansvarda     passion  ^ar varit orsak till att bade lag-  fdiga hinduer saval som lagens  [tofvare har mordats.och fifver-  llits af fanatiska individer- som  |pb att de pa detta satt skola tvin-  sig till en makt som i intet han  fctende^tillkonimer dem.  [Da for nagra veckor sedan tvan  hindu er mordades i deras eget  jfmpel trodde nog ingen att ett  mera allvarlig&re fall varftade  *rt fredliga . samhalle.    Mordet  inspektor Hopkinson ratt inom  jens dorrai* under pagaende ra  jgang kan icke vara annat an  handling af den raaste fanti-  j������m och ar pa det- djupaste att  jklaga.   En kansla af djupaste  idignation reser sig ovilkorligen  _ver dylik lagloshet som i sina  ir drager sa mycken sorg och  >rbittring.  fcvad   ko-operation kan  .fatad-  komma.  pEn farm koloni skall startas af  |dar i British Columbia, och ett  |pte for detta beaktansvarda animal skall hallas i O'Brien flail  In lata nov. Organisationen skall  |si*ja med ett femtiotal iamiljer  hvardera skall hafva ungefar  acres af land, hus, kor, *   och  ins, ^m. - m.  ?Koftfnien skall afven hafva si-  egna affarer, som skall fprse  [ted alia fornodenheter och varor  Ishofliga samt skolor, synagoga  sh moteslokaler, saval som fabri-  sr med mera.  han under manaderna juni, juli &  Augustie har fogat saman ett  stort antal krafftige pjeser till ett  cassaskop helt af sidan tyngd, atte  golfve har bugna, och take i nedan  for belagen, visthuslocalitet har  ramlat af i stora brockor, som var  for1 sig vore af sadan tyngd, atte  de kunde sla ihjel en stor rotta,  som ockse aggde ram till .var gledje; emallertid intraffaen ator'ca-  lamytet, som har, jemte casaskop,  skall nerihare beskrifvas, isa atte  man aktar sig. "     .*  x        -  ���������   Nemligen, atte Georges i sin if-  Veret har forfaret obetenksamt, sa  som hvar ock en maste medge. Ut  tan att nermare gora sig'vettskap  om beskafenheten af huse, som ar  gammal byggning^ch i vissa hen-  seenden rotet, har hfan forfaret pa  obetenksamt satt, som har nedan  skal" nermare beskrifvas,'   jemte  beskrifning pa  cassask&pskatta-  pult, i ock for sig     fullkdmligt  seker,     men     onodit.    kollisalt  tong, hvarfore    .sekerheten     ej!  ar gellande for     rotet     vinds-  contor, dar den barkar igonom.  Nemligen, atte Jeorg'i sin ifver-  het hadde oppslapfit en sadan o-  fantelig massa _a_isaskapsmateria-  lier och sextums Spik & Jernbet-  t&ng och tegelsten, atte hvarje ten  kande mennisk. masste emotse en  kassaskapscattapultkattastrof af  sa forfardeligt omf&ng, som den  begren^ade localen i och for sig  kunde medgiva. Som jag ockse  foresp&dde npfinharen sjelf, som  emellertid alltid svarade, atte,  fan, dett haller nock; ock lick-  som for atte uttmana (Jdet, tras-^  kade upp & ned efter allt mera  jernbettang, till dess atte han had  de blott en liten rund Plett atte.  bygga Babels torn & upfinna &  fundera.  Hvarvid arbetet likvisst fram-  skred anna sen messommar, under  ett knabbande och ett rumsteran-  stellt in stangninga pa; dar var  a, b, och c pa lase och allt dett  andra, dett var bara atte komma  ihog huru man hadde det,,sa kunde dett opnas, men icke anonrlun-  da. Sa seger jag, Georges, nu gar  jag in och~sir hur thi anvendt ma-  terialierna; och krop in i katta-  pulten, som jag geek och stod,  dett var som i en bakugn, men en  sinnrick opf inning,, kunde man si.  Sa seger Jorges, sesa, nu laser vi  om Fabbror, och tryckte pa knap-  pa och smackte dorren igen; nej,  nej, rppte jag; men dett var^for-  sent;Xch kom iMgbokstafvera!  ropte jag, men dett -var ocksa for-  sent. S������v hor jag hann pustar i  nyckelhale, atte, nu oppnar jag  igen; men hadde glomt bokstaf-  ve^a och kunde bara.ruska och  ruska och jag sade genom nyckel-  hkle, atte' skynde seg, foi* jag  kvefs. Men kunde inte komma i-  h&g bokstafsordning, uttan tafsa  forgafves pa tangentera./ Jag  blef orolig, hr. Redaktion, och svit  tades af vantie, och afven Georges tykte det var egendomligt, sa  de han genom nyckelhale. Till  slut hade han, att, vi far val spren  ga dorrn i lufften me dynamit,  sade han.ienom nyckelh&le; nej,  nej, genmalde jag, for fasen, inte  sprenga. Abselut inte sprenga,  genmallde jag orolig ofver uttgan  gen, som ju var stengd, sa atte  hvar och en kan forsta hur orolig  jag var.  Sa var Jorges botta en stunn,  men kom igen med kof ot, som han  satte i dorrapringa och bande och  bannde, men uttan resyltat; och  sade i nyckelhale, nej Fabbror, vi  far sprenga me dynnamit, for jag  har glomt bokstafvera; men nej,  nej, roppte jag, inte sprenga me  dynnamitt, ropte - jag; da blotta  tanken harpH var mig motbjudan  de, dar jag.satt insperrad i for7  bannad kattapult. Da bearbeta  dett med kofot, sa atte hela vinn  ���������e  bref och den lille guldmedaljion-  gen och ringen, som ni gaf mig i  ju-u-hulas.  Axel: ��������� Jag har ocksa gifvit  er atskilligt annat. Ni f&r lof att  lamna tillbaka alltsammans.  Edith: ��������� Hvad ar det mera  da? , ���������  Axel: ���������_Elfva^tu8en niohufi-  dratrettiosju kyssar.  Om han fick dem tillbaka? Vi  misstanka det. Icke alia pa en  g&ng. - Och brefven och med^ljon-  gen och framfor allt ringen ��������� vi  formoda att hon beholl det alltsammans.  NU INKOMMET  Dr. Hakansons  SVENSKA  SALUBRIN  HOST A  V&r medicin mot hosta othtlhs  kylning sviker aldrig.   ,  V&rt Magic -botemedel mot hoa  ta och forkylning torde svika i ett  fall mot 200, och i detta fall .iro  vi villiga att aterbetala, hvad som  erlagts f$r detsamma.  " Ofver hufvud taget Sr det dea  b&sta~ medicin vi n&gbnsin sett.  Orders per _>ost en Specialitet  Bkandinaviska Apoteket  SODA STJERNAN  Skrif p& Svenska.  Red Star Driig Store  53 Cordova Street West  Midt emot Hotel Manitoba.  Telefon Seymour ,1003.  !52$2SZ52_������_5--i_S25SRSE525!5i^^  SVENSKAR! ' _      SVENSKAR!  ,     ���������*    . ?    ���������.     r  Correct Tailors  de, som gjorde Maria rent fran ruska.   Nej, nej, ropte jag forgef-  vetet, men resullterade i allt vid-  luftigare construction, som vore  obegriplig uttan uppfinarens egen  forklaring, som efter allt att doraa  huvudsakligen bestfir af jernbettang.  Alltsedan bamdom har Georges  visat stort intresse for pengar,  han seger, atte han isunnerhet har  baft gledjefrojd af pengar, i sun-  nerhet af sadane, som han fatt gra  iis & franco, hvilket uttgjort hans  storsta gledje; han seger, att han  redan tidigt tenkt sig en    cassa  ves, ruska inte katafalken; men  hant inte ropa en gang till forran  braket skedde, atte hela \ katta-  skapskassapulten barkade igonom  och jag tillbringade en oforglom-  lig stunn p& resa till ett bettre  lann, som jag trodde, men som  bara var kellaren, sedan vi fatt  en_svar dunns gonom golfve i forsta. vaning, som ockse passaraddes  lyckligt; sa atte vi kommo ned i  kelliaren. Herr Redaktion, dett  var dett storssta Obehag jag hafft  och bekreftas af Jorges, som satt  Ett stort falliflement.      x  k.En firma, som varit en     den  Jest ansedda for sin stabilitet  _h som foga skulle gifvit anled-  ^ng tro att dess affarer icke voro  ideles sa goda, haller nu pa. att  i likvidatiom   P.etta ar Domi-  J'on Trust Company.    Knappast  Lade dess hufvuddirektors jordis-  U"' kvarlefvor1 hunnit kalln'a forr  i" det ena, an det andra ryktet  fcrjade sprida sig, men knappast  Bile val nagon egentligen tro att  tt sa allvarsamt ode skulle drab-  denna firma somjtroddes vara  ?gd pa, stengrunden.    Emeller-  ar detta ett tecken_att afven  mest ansedda financiella insti-  litioner skaka pa sina grundva-  dessa kritiska dagar. r-;All:  Irliga tider star hotande vid dor  lb, isynnerhet for British Colum-  som i sin   if ver att gora-sig  nckt rik glomt att bereda siy  kommande morka dagar.   Det  |ia fallisemehtet efter detandf a,  Iteras nastan dagligen och den  prgliga situationen med Donuni-  i>. Trust Company torde     drag.t  inga andra med sig, i fallet.^  ������V/U4.U      W������������8������      V*.������������*������4/     ������.g      C*i 1-140044 | ���������  skopsoppfinning full med penga, ofvanp& med kofot, men holl sig  som han fatt, dett har varet han  ses barndoms kjaraste drom, hyil-  noggrannt fast i jernbettong och  lycklit ner med livet i beholl; men  tEV FRAN FARBROR KARL  |Herr redaction, enligt lof fte, af-  lende casSaskap, af Georges' kon-  Irueradt; och nu ferdigt och ka-  "���������.-. .ft.  feet ar stort och tongt och har  fmte mig och upfinnaren fallet  sr i kjallaren, dar det ennu be-  les, pa, grand af sin tyngd, som  .ttfantlig; hermed tilgick salun-  atte Georg kar sin verckstad  ish upfinnarekontor pa yind, dar  %'VS-.-livV-X --'-.i .^Xt1^^^:^  ket har inledningsvis _meddela������; Wev-halft dofstum af_detoronbe-  dofvande braket sade han. Men  se, pa, ett vis var de bra, for dorren geck.opp nar vi kom till bottn  kellaren, dar behofdes inga bok-  stafver, den geek opp litt'af farta,  och behoffdes icke komma ihog  nagenting, den gick opp andock,  och behofdes ingen Dynamitt, som  kanse eljest hade blifvit min lott  atte blifva sprengd ut i freska luf-  ta med dylik, som nok hade varet  an storre obehag. Som de geek  sa var dett val atte det gick som  dett geek, som nok m&sste medgif-  vas aven af den stora massan, som  star uttanfoi kassaskopet ocjh den  dermed f orknippade kattastrophen  Vi funno Maria afsvimad af bull  re^'meh hemtade sig snart ock fick  ockse jiterigen, nagen gledje af  tva rottor, som spatserat efter mat  varer, "hien ofverraskats af cassa-  skape i sin gerning.  Georges haller pa, atte omendra  sin cattapultsoppfining till ,en bakugn, som ipassar-bra dar den nu  star, ditforpassad genom Odets  knyck och Georges kraftige tag  med kofott till min befrielse; hvad  seger mann om det da; Maria .ar  intreserad af dett,  Yous hogaktningsfullt.  Fabbror Karl.  men hadde val egentligen ej tenkt  sig i sina djerf^aste drommar, atte redan dess nettovigt skulle bli  sa tong, atte dett skulle barka  fran vinn ner i kjallaren, forutan  atte dett skulle vara nage ringas-  te pengar^i det; men det gjorde  dett, enligt hvad Faktojn kvarst&r  och slog ihjel rotta langt i forvag  med murbrocka, som" var liksom  ett hvarsel om kattastroph. Men  han hadde stor forhopning om  konstruction och sade, atte fick  han bara tillreckligt med pengar  i det, skulle dett andra ga som en  dans; och skulle'nok ickei sa latt  atkommas genom: jernbetton, dett  som var i det, utan skulle nok sor-  ja for konstruction: som holl.  Som han ocks& gjoVde, sa varmt  dett var daroppe i sommarhittah.  Konstruction bestar i rymme-  ligt hvalf, seger han, kring hvilket  ar-oppford betangi storartige mas  seiy. som jag ockse sjelf opserve-  radt; inen arigaendes den nermare dettaljeringen iakttager han  'en heitdigKetsfulihet. I Nu velle  jag likvesst si'narm'are pa, saken,  da sasom forstas af sig sjelf, jag  forestreckt de nodiga uttgefter-  na for jernbettanggmaterialer oeh  velle si hur de anvendes och icke  forslosas; jag steg opp for trap-  pa opp pa vinn, dar Georges hadde Tabernakle i ordning, oeh pre-  ciss fatt dorr med bokstaffslas till  atte smella igan, for sa. vidt man  kunde oppna igen genom atte ihag  KOMIHAO  att den nya naturalisMionslagen  trader i kraft den 1 Jan., som ford-  rar att personer for att blifva Ca~  nadiensiska medborgare V maste  hafva varit i landet 5 ar, och sar-  skildt iorhw. infor en domare.  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