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 J*J5������6������PJ  ���������*���������,'������������������ I?-��������� - - ���������  '  ^I^^^S!^^mm^W^^^?i&  iteyuxytr  >��������� ���������y-.x:yy&x:yyyy>y ;".'S^'-  ,.   ���������Y>''^^.'-%VV,':,-'-i^-W!r'^.'!'i---  Combined with  P*a=^������*^^t^Sr*#i^^8������i������ii^SA^ip  lishe I in the Interests of Vancomer  y*^m$m  th e Western People  ������'*tt_*-K<-******-^-^^  __Pr_m^b&___^*������***������i"������-*������**^^  .  . 2.-V 1 ���������������������������-  _.  ���������'   *    '      V .''iv -���������   . ..i  *..-���������   ���������     -    ii    ���������     - ������������������    !*.������������������'������������������'.>.������-���������,.-������������������  ...    ���������-.'-.(.���������'��������� 1~>'.-<i. **. ������������������ ���������'���������\lt.i 'ftW*^1?''^ Wrt"il  VOLUME IV  H. frJSTJJVENS, M. P., Editor-ih-chfef  VANCOUVER,^ toriSHsGoiJ  SOCIALISM AND N. VAN. PRIEST  i  (Prof. E. Odium. M.A;,#&;) f  It seems from a letter in oneof tbe Vancouver  papers that a correspondent has taken up pen to  chastise the "Socialist Paper" ,of'this,city for  attacking a Roman priest of North Vancouver  for opposing the Socialists.  Without going into the case at issue, in detail,  I feel inclined to enter a protest in general terms.  Before so doing I may. say that it is a fact that  the Roman Church opposes Socialism ou given  principles.* r V"        j  But the chief cause of opposition to which I  refer is the common and almost universal custom  of attack levelled by Socialists against the Bible  and religion. Iu fact, it is a custom for many, a  , vast number, of Socialists on the platform, on the  street corners and through the press to belittle  and sneer ut religion aud the Bible.  So far as the North Vancouver priest made an  attempt to lessen the evils of the above mentioned  foolish habit he acted wisely and should be supported by the whole Christian community.'  Now for a word on the letter written to; defend  the course of the said priest. It was written by  a Roman Catholic who may be honest and truly  sincere. He almost threatens to start a paper on  behalf of the Roman labour men, and says the  thing can be accomplished. This may be true,  but is not wisely spoken. The Socialists t>f Vancouver are not the kind of men to quake at a  threat of that sort or of any other kind, i  Even if at times the Socialists have gone far  astray in matters of religious sneering, sarcasm  and belittlement, they are amenable to reason  but not to threats. "  This should be made clear to all writers, and  thinkers. And any man who is so .unwise, as the  said writer showed himself to be, would be a  very poor sort of a newspaper supporter published  to improve upon the labour paper of Vancouver  referred to above. 'y'-yli- '��������� . ���������  He shows himself to be very foolish, itiisolt trrijy  ignorant, when he calls the said Socialist paper  the production of Orangenjen. Even if he said  truth'he would "not very grejl*}y_ disgrace either  the Orangemen, or the paper :Wl������F*y&W>above.  But what I wish to come at is this:���������   -  As soon as any paper attacks either a Roman  priest or any particular act or  claim   of the  .Roman ^ujreb, then, irrespective! of tjie spirit  ?aW*������trft*^  ^Q**der, the paper is at once called an Orange  ^pei". This is a common weapon of attack in  the hands of priests and their followers. It is  most laughable to see any man call the Socialist  paper published in Vancouver an Orange paper.  The labour men of the city must laugh at the  epithet. The Orangemen are laughing heartily at  the foolish joke of the writer; and the public who  are able to discern, must think the name-caller  'is either dishonest or very ignorant. I would  defend the Roman or other priest who would go  after Godless Socialists in a vigorous style. And  I Would attack either priest or layman who would  be so simple as to say Orangemen publish or in*  spire the writings of any Socialist paper in the  Dominion of Canada.  As Orangemen they are no less fearless of speaking out their minds and advocating their beliefs  and principles than are the Socialist^ who, the  world over, have the courage of their convictions.  If to oppose a Roman priest, or an act, or claim  of the Roman Church, is to become an Orangeman,  then the majority of the French, Italians, Spanish,  and Portugese are high-class Orangemen. In fact,  the Orange Association, on this ground, is the  most populous society on earth. It is time for  these Orangemen to realize their tremendous  power, a power they have not lerctofore imagined  they possessed.  ALL HONOUR TO FATHER TIMOTHY  HICKEY  We read that the Roman Priest Hickey of New  York has kindly given the use of his church, or  rather of the Parish Hall, to the Jews so as to  enable them to hold the Feast of Rosh Ha Shonha.  This feast connected with the Jewish New Year  is of great importance to our Hebrew brethren,  and as time passes we will find that their New  Year is. the true New Year in the chronology of  the human family.  Father Hickey has proved himself to be a big-  hearted man of the true Christian stamp in' this  act of broadmindedness and true Catholicity.  We gladly express our admiration of his  splendid example. He is one of those clerics who  are larger than the systems they are officially  representing in their priestly capacity. AVhen  ministers of the gospel grow free-minded enough  in all the denominations to do likewise, then the  world will be pretty nearly saved from human depravity and petty religious bickerings. All  -onour to Hickey. the Roman priest!  ONION MADE BACHELOR Clfi*RS  Ask the man who smokes them.  **4* > ijM i 1 H 111 111' Mill llllll i i i i i 1II11 H I f !��������� M < 11 It t IIIIMIIMMMIMIMmillt  .���������������������-! .yy.-  PROGRESS MADE.  ;; Civic Committee Make Headway���������Settlement in Sight���������Will Mean Much for The ���������  > ���������*���������_���������..-..���������  We are in a position to say that very material progress has been made towards  an agreement with the Canadian Northern re False Creek flats, and those who have  been watching the struggle anticipate an early settlement.  No real objection is raised to the bargain, but great care must be exercised in order to avoid sacrificing the  City's interests. > .,    .       \ '::  Alderman Hepburn and White have, opposed the bargain somewhat���������the for  mer for some unknown reason, and the latter because he desires to force the Railway Company to locate in Kitsilano. l -  If Aid. White and the residents of that district knew "some things" they  would not worry over the fate of that end of the city. It is expected that at no very  distant date announcements will be made elf certain developments whicli will be  most pleasant to the residents of that section, in any ease, we wish to point out that  the question of Railway Terminals is too important a one tor allow of petty sectional  feelings. The head of False Creek is the natural provision for extensive terminal  and distribution facilities, arid we must insist on concentrating as far as possible.  The amusing, aspect of Aid. Hepburn's objection is, that when the Great Northern agreement was up he was willing to accept the "word", of their representative, while now, he goes to the other extreme|md insists on a finality to everything.  For instance, the Company agree to aliow1 locations for the base supports of such  overhead bridges as the city-may wish to construct. Aid. Hepburn insists on the  exact location being named in the agreement, whereas the city dp not yet know they  want to construct.  It is for such details as thi*| that the agreement is being held up.  In bur bpmibn Aid. Baxter and his fellow committeemen are .to be congratulated on the excellent bargain they have made with the Company���������infinitely superiorto that made with thei Great Northern.     J. .      *  One important matter whieh remainato.be settled, is the date from which the  Company will commence to pay taxes. It isngreed that it would be unfair to ex-  pe������t them to coiruncnce at once, but that they siiould start after three years, the  Company wish five years. In our opinion it.;would be best to.start in tnree"years,  but mis point should not be a cause for serious delay. Five years is a short time,  and il will require a lot of work aud time before the Company can possibly bring  the property mto'shape, and, in view of the fact tbat they are to have five years to  do the work it would appear reasonable to let the taxes start at that time.  Some difference of opinion exists as to whether a park or open space should be  maintained at the approach to Jjie Pepot, i$>r the ground be use! #Qr business. We  should bear* in mind tJie aU impntaiit fact; ^oven by ex^riewce in aU gi^-it cities,  that ample room around a great central point is infinitely more valuable to the citizens at large, than a few dollars revenue. /"������������������������������������  By all means keep that space open if possible. It would be a great advertisement for the city, as all those coming into the depot would receive a very pleasant  first impression, which is usually the lasting impression.  We are on the eve of tremendous developments in Vancouver���������the advent of  the Canadian Northern���������the JJarbor improvements���������the double tracking of the  C. P. R.---the assurance that wheat will be brought this way��������� all these schemes will  be accomplished facts in the near future and Vancouver will have assumed a metropolitan air, and a commercial significance which will make her second to no other  city in Canada.  COMMENTS ON  BY  myyyyyyy0&  yx>.xyy^y?&m&  ������������������ yyy.  my....  ��������� 4  ^mmymm  m  ������������������.ixvcyyyti!?  >yy^ymw$������  mm^>; ������������������"<-��������� :X:yil-i ������������%,-  "****���������**!���������;.'.*'��������� ������������������' ���������'^yy-^y'i'i^:  ���������aa&myMX  TO WHOM KOHOE 18 DUB.  ������������������   Prof. Odium is not 'tho Editor-,of tha ,#y^������i,,,,,,.^^^  Owl, nor does he claim' to'be.'-   He is a r*jgiil|ffl*a^  valued contributor to the Call. ��������� 'Hia'airlaclea^lw^^^ISs  read and gi*-**tly appreciated by,thoiwM*^-"dMr]|^^^^:  readers..-.- Trne, he makes souje 'eriemiea;byvtlii^;i^l|i  terseness of his language and the f earlessnett with  W&M  yyyyyiM  ���������'���������'���������^CJK1  ���������Mi  i  t  ���������I  t  real' value of his pen prodaeta. -V-fitf-ii^ftfilftii^^^1^^^  principle, ���������nd*';for,hire,-'ap0auiM������-������r;friendah^  services, arc invaluable, and will be so jgjtiiia^^  by an impartial jnry when h^iwi'has 'WaWMfMi^^m  write:     ������������������:%������'���������      :x-y; yv.yy:^y:.-yy'y-y.^H'}&^M^^^^  CltBAI^O alJSXANB^  ���������  The Alexfl&dar Street niiisance-has'been'^  for which true Vahcouveritea rejoice.   hk"iiaT9*^*&^0^  ing for they causes we- 'find :the-. 'honor ^belOT|a^fipS^^  chiefly to the following:��������� , ������������������ ������������������'.���������.'���������.: y*g yyyy ^yyy.y:MiiW$fi0^  y   WBST: "Tiie Churches thatireited:'*^  and incited pppoaition to ".vice -of;;;evei*y '.kind ������������������al^-ffe;#ltitfl  degree.   Without this, society would aoon  the conditio*! of ancient Sodom.    ;    >  SZOOND:    The   Good   ______   ______  Headed by the sturdy Dr. Spencer, this body  crystallized the teachings and sentimento of the  churches into organised opposition that in well  directed resolutions expressed the deep Mated  wishes of tbe Moral element of this city. TV  League's influence was a potent factor in right-  ing the wrong.  TSXBD:; A few of the MtwqMpen, It would  be difficult at this writing to rightly distributd the  honors among the Newspapers of Vancouver, One  paper kept up a constant cannonade againat the  social evil, aud against every person, o****^ni_atiqii  or newspaper that in word or deed acted either  for or against said evil.  Onr personal feeling in this matter'-t^**y**%^::  say that Tka Truth should have a prominent place  in'the Roll of Honor. Nevertheless, the possible  good wss materially lessened by the lack of discretion and roodewition in the use of terms; by the  suggestivenaae of Mrsonal famUiarity with the  evils describe;*-**ftm more by the omnipresent  all pervading vindictiveness of the writer towards  public officers and all who did not see eye to eye  with The Truth.  F0UBT1: Tht ?ottot Coimnisfiontri. Thia  ;���������We:;py������onr townsmen, led l>y too. WUtit^  mm, ami* ifispiml by * Ma^or Jain*������ JHndlay-  prompted by their personal dislike, and movedl  by the clearly expressed will of the people, passed  the word that startled the forces of evil in thejr  vile haunts and changed the moral complexion of  Alexander Street from an alluring red to a guile-  Jess white.  f-7-.-5.'>,-'..'*';f-a'Wti  ->"y. Cil*!^,,*; ^(-'���������i'v.I  ���������''v*-*'";1 .'v-i*^**". ,.  ���������xMiH  Archbishop McNeil  Attempt Mng made to Insinuate Separate Schools in 6. C���������Pitt Meadows ������������������  Colony to N Location.  "The greatest objection to bringing French Canadians to British Columbia is \\  the poor educational facilities in this Province," said Archbishop McNeil of the '.',  Roman Catholic Church, to a prominent manufacturer of this city recently.  He then proceeded to explain tbat unless there were maintained a system of !!  separate and sectarian schools that there was a danger of new comers drifting .1  from the fold of the Church. But an effort is to be made to overcome this difficulty '* '���������  as it is viewed in the eyes of the archbishop, by bringing to Pitt Meadows a colony \ \  of French Canadians and establishing schools in the community under the provin- ! '<  cial regulations, as to outward appearances, but really directly under the super- ������!  vision of the Church. The French language only will be taught, and regular in- ������j  struction will be given in the dogmas of the Roman Catholic Church. These schools  will be under the direct supervision of the local priest, but just sufficient of the  public school curriculum will be retained to keen within the regulations, providing  the Provincial Government will allow the SPECIAL PRIVILEGE OF USE  ONLY OF FRENCH LANGUAGE AND LOCAL CHURCH CONTROL.  Unless we arc entirely deceived the McBride Government will never grant this  privilege, as it virtually means the introdution of the pernicious separate school.  While, we repeat, we cannot credit the report, still it is persistently stated by those  who should know that sueh a system will be introduced, to be followed by an effort to  secure the same privilege in other parts of the Province, and thus, it is hoped, the  school svsteni of B.C. wil be at last shaken, and the invidious sectarian school intro-  a. '  duced.  No greater calamity could befall our beloA'ed province than the introduction of  sectarianism in our education. We are justly proud of the fact that our school system  is free from this curse; that our children can grow up'side by side without having f  their young minds permeated with bitter prejudices against each other, because of |  some difference in the dogmatic beliefs of their parents. In no place in the world is ���������  education so free from petty faction as in B.C., and Protestants and Roman Catholics arc alike satisfied. The question of creed is seldom mentioned, except when  some over zealous sectarian introduces it. We can, however, thank Archbishop  McNeil for introducting the first discordant note in our educational system. All  lovers of peace and good-will should join in a protest against anv such change in our  long established policy of NO SECTARIAN SCHOOLS.  FWT*J: Tha Police force and Impartial Courts.  The police, unleashed by the Commissioners and  directed by Chief Chamberlin, drove the countless  horde of vile miscreants out of their impure dens  of shame into the purifying light or beyond the  bounds of our city into the unknown. The police  were well sustained by the Courts.  SIXTH: The Unorgani*e4 and nameless Multitudes that without bugle blast, parade of thought  or public demonstrations kept up a ceaseless Warfare by conversation, by Heaven breathed prayers  and faultless lives atrainst the social and kindred  evils. It is more than probable that this is the  most potent factor, the salt that saved our city  from puterfaction, the life that permeates the  churches and schools and associations, and demonstrates the imperishable presence and power of  God in man.  '���������'���������>'-WSfcfe"Sft'.>*ft  mM'M  yx'yy^m  Go where you may in Vancouver and vicinity  and you find the B.C. Electric Railway an omnipresent active force converting the wilderness  into a bee hive of industry and convenience. In  many eases the ground is broken and impassable  for a time preparatory to completion. Foundation work is necessai ily unsightly and annoying to  residents, pedestrians and business houses, but  common sense counsels patience and good humor  while awaiting the consummation of the work.  Few cities have better transportation facilities  than this. Our wonder is that so much has been  done in a brief space of time. This enterprising  company is doing nv.ich to make Vancouver and  vicinity attractive to outsiders and convenient to  residents.  I  -H-*~j"--j~M"2-***4 *���������*. *������������������ i|,*l|,������w,.M.lM.*.������<"M,,H,.M**!>���������:  f i -Ii iln-J- ���������*���������-**��������� i*fi������ln**n*n1ti1f ifn*Ii iThTi Ji  4  S  *  t  t  t  W. R. OWEN  _  2337 Main Street  Phone: Fairmont 447 _-->*-^.<-*vga^������Sfe������8!  myy  THE WESTERN CALL.  K ]  %  We invite yeu to inspect our stock of  KITCHEN UTENSILS AND  HOUSEHOLD GOODS  You are under no obligation to buy. The balance of  our Meat Safes are going below cost, and Screen Doors at  greatly reduced prices.     _  "     Phone:   Highland M5L  1407 Commercial Street  (Suwessora to Bailey Hardware Co.)  *������J.vC������l>ljr    ICUUb&U    ������>J.B\*V0.  WATT'S HARDWARE GO.  f������.M"Ml0*'a'***1'l"M"M^^^^  I Grandview  My WiSMER  Jeweler 6 Optician  1433 Comm.roial   Driv_  For Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Optical goods  Repairing a Specialty  Get Your  Last Year's  Airtight Re-lined  We'll make them just  like new  Phone: Highland 469  RODWAY'S  tastes  Stoves  FOR  1618 Park Drive  SHOT *CTAL WOMB  Paiirts       rwmaceleM'*s  SPECIAL PRICES on FRUIT  See Windows this week.  We have the best, line of Groceries in the District  and Prices are always right.  Bread,  Pastries, Cookies; Pies, etc.  Made on the Premises F^esh Daily.  Corner Harris and Campbell Ave.  Phone Sey. U39 Branch Post Office  Grandview News Notes  Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mclsaac of Eau  Claire, Wis., are in the city the guests  of Mrs. Mclsaac's sister, Mrs. James  A. McKay, 1230 Cotton Drive, and  her brother, Mr. J. B. Smith, 1316  Grant street.  The Misses Holt will leave tonight  for Kamloops for a fortnight's holi  day, during which their hospital at(  1654 Third avenue east, will be closed.  A Good Priee.  The largest de,al last week which  we announced without stating price,  was that of the Royal Bank's purchase  of the fine corner lot at Commercial  Edited by D. R. PIERCE i  Phone Fairmont 1UO      %  .*.      . ���������.    ,l=_.���������-���������: ::..~r���������-.--������������������ ���������  * ' ; "���������  .j.     Note���������News meant for this column should be mailed or phoned to the editor early to insure,  ���������j* insertion. /* \   ' ..  MnHH^-H^^'W-M-H^vH^-H* ^**.*->**M*****X*****^**5~:**t**l������*^*>*:,*M������*M^*: <  he   is  already   receiving  applications  from probable tenants.  Building is  still  very  brisk.      Six  large roomy, houses   are   being constructed  on Graveley    street.       Dr.  MeKenzie is building a handsome pri  vate residence in Tenth avenue.  A double corner on  First    avenue  and   Templeton  changed  hands    for  $.?,800, and it is Btated that the present  (owner expects 'to  build  on  the  pro  / perty.  A large residence block is going up  at corner of Williams and Lily streets  It will contain about. 28 rooms, we were  informed.  A New Line.  '���������The Western Canada Power Company's line which is coming in by the  eastern end of the city from Powell  Drive and Graveley street. The price river as soon as the provincial government agrees to build a bridge across  Pit nver, will be a big boon to this  paid was $23,500.  Record Breaker. v  Por a record-breaker this week we  have heard it reported that the C. N.  R. has just purchased two-and-a-half  acres at corner of First avenue and  Clark Drive for the sum of $100,000.  This simply foreshadows many other  important transactions of this nature  In the near future.  Rents in Demand.  Houses, both for purchasing and  for renting, are still in great demand.  There is a particular scarcity of renting houses because new houses are  so quickly grabbed by people who  have confidence in this district and  who wish to own their homes.  A good indication of the steady bi  section of the Terminal city. It will  carry passengers from the Coquitlam  district to the city and will materially  aid the development of the surrounding country."  Alderman MeSpadden Enthuses.  ������������������  "We have    wonderful    prospects,"  said   Alderman  MeSpadden   recently,  when discussing Grandview property.  "The  False  Creek  development will  | make Grandview almost the business  (centre of. the town.     Business blocks  I will   be  built up as  far  as  Victoria  1 drive.     If we come to an agreement  i with the Canadian Northern it should  !be a great benefit to the whole city  but a greater one to Grandview.  Grandview has been practically built  Jlux of people, who keep pouring into ��������� ^ ���������    e_r_.,, continued  Grandview, is the, rapidity, with which '  new apartments are being filled with  tenants.   The new one on Cotton and  Bismarck,. built by Mr. Yarko, which  the alderman. "It is one of the most  healthy districts in Vancouver. It  is high and dry and practically all the  _      ...._.     ,.        ...    ���������       . sewers are in.     We have one of ..thr  has eight suites with all modern con-  ,    .     .... . ������  ���������   . .        .    .   . . ,  ..best views of the mountains,  veniences,  has  just  been  completed \  and is already lull of tenants.     The  suites have rented for from $27.00 to  $32.50 per month,  Mr.  LANP  NOTICES  ft***** 9, 004.lfl~T.air_ *JI������T*WCT  ���������*4*rtrJet of Y**Mxra*/er. -Fries KslftaO.  Take notice that'Thomas I*. Adan of  tends to apply for permission to purchase  the following described lands:-- .  Commencing at a post planted about  2% miles s sou th from the northwest cor  l^%ru\^Wor^^sr^^ .$to^%ot*si m*.*- _-���������������,  chase the following described lands:  Commencing at a post planted about  1*4 miles from the south-west corner  of Price Island, and about 13 chains east  of high tide mark, and being T. H. A. a  8. W. corner post, thence east 80 chains,  thence north 80 chains, thence west 80  chatns, thence south 80 chains to point  of commencement, containing 640 acres,  more or less.  THOMAS H.  ADAN,  By William H. Wooley, Agent,  pate Juiy 19th, 1912.  |U*VO*3 3, COA������T *&A*f������ WSTWOT.  Iffgtrtot of Tt-couTt*. Wo������ *Csls-������*  Take notice that George Cartelyou of  Vancouver, B. C, occupation laborer,  intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:���������  Commencng at a post planted about  1 % miles south from the northwest  corner of Price Island and about 33  chains east from high tide mark and  being George Cartelyou N. ,W. corner,  thence south 80 chains, thence.cast 80  chains, thence north 80 chains, thence  west 80 chains, to the point of commencement, containing 640 acres, more  or  less.  GEORGE CARTELYOU,  By William H. Wooley, Ag������int.  Date July 19th, 1912.  *AWOS 3, COASJT LAWS muraicr.  out-let of ������������������ncou-sr, *Prlcs Island.  Take notice that William 3. White,  of Vancouver, B. C, occupation chaffeur,  intend* to apply for permission to purchase   the   following  described  lands:���������  Commencing at a post planted about  1 Vt miles south from the northwest  corner of Pri<e Island and about 93  chains wist from the hiRh tide mark, and  being William J. White's /S. W. corner  post, thence north SO chains, thence  east 80 chains, thence south SO chains,  thence west 80 chains to point of commencement, containing 610 acres, more  or less.  WILLIAM   .T.   WHITE.  By William H. Wooley, Agent.  Date July 19th, 1912.  and 8 chains east from the high tide  mark, and marked H. C.'s northwest  corner post, tliehce if.uth 80 chains,  thence east SO chain*, .thence-north SO  chains, thence west 80 chairs, to point  of commencement, containing 640 acre-;,  more or less.  HUGH CAMPBELL. -  By William H. Wooley, Agent.  Date July 19th, 1912. ,  It-**}** 3, COAST *Ajn> PJSTJMCT.  District of Vancou--*, **Tics Vslan*..  Take notice that Thomas Rowe, of  Vancouver, B. C, occupation blacksmith,  intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:���������  Commencing at a post planted about  2% miles south from the northwest corner of Price Island, and about 2 miles  and 8 chains east from high tide mark,  and being T. R.'s N. E. corner post,  thence south 80 chains, thence we������t 80  chains, thence north .80 chain*, thence  east 80 chains, to point of ������rornt*������*~ce-  merit, containing 610 acr������������ more or less.  THOMAS ROWE,  By William H. Wooley, Agent.  Date J lily 19 th, 1912.  *A**<HB 3, COAST !>A*a> MBtWC*.  District of Vancouver, Pries Island.  Take notice that John Walsby, of Vsr-  couver, B. ('.., occupation engineer, ln-  letuls /to apply for permission to purchase  the   following described  lands:���������r  Commencing nt a post planted about  2>/4 miles south from the northwest corner of Trice Island and about 1 mile  and 8 chains east from the high tide  mark and being J. W.'s "N. E. corner post,  thence south "80 chains, thence west 80  chains, thence north 80 chains, thence  ������>ast 80 chains to point of commencement, containing 610 acres more or less.  . JOHN WALSBY.  By William H. Wooley, Agent.  'Date July '19th. 1912.  best views of the mountains, in the  city. Grandview, which was named  by Profesor Odium, is certainly an  apt description of this part of the city,  The view of the mountains from thle  More Building; jdstrict is unexcelled.      It cannot be  P. Andrews is building a lne  equalled n any part of the town,  apartment house on Tenth avenue and j    "We have some beautiful homes out  ���������*������*___M__������_-___-__-___-,IMM������������M_M_-.  here.      The majority of the    houses  ve uniform and present a fine appear  nee." \  t Parsons���������Howe.  At Trinity  Methodist Church    last  Saturday at 2:30 o'clock the marriage  /as solemnized  by Rev. A.  M.  San  ord of Mr. Ernest .lames Parsons and  ; lisss Edith Howe, both of Vancouver.  "he bride, who arrived in this city re-  ently from her former home ln Ply-  nouth. England, was attended by Mrs.  1. -fJreenhalph   as   matron  of  honor.  rhile Mr. John Parsons supported the  'room.     On returning from their wed-  iing trip, Mr. and Mrs Ptrsons will  "ake up  residence    at    1545    Grant  sereet.  80 chains, thence north 80 chains, thence  west 80 chuin.s, to point of commencement, containing 640 acres more or less.  MARTHA COSTELLA.  By William H. Wooley, Agent  Date July 20th, 1912.  *AWa*3 3, COAST J.A*f*9 DISTRICT.  District of Vsncouvtr, Fries Island.  Take notice that Emma Webber, o>  Vancouver, B. C, occupation storekeeper, intends to apply for permission ti  purchase the following described lands  Commencing-at a post planted abou>  i% miles south from the northwest cor  ner of Price Islano and about 1 '/4 mlle;  east from the high tide mark and bein;  E. W.'s N. W. corner post, thence sout!  80 chains, thence cast 80 chains, t.lienci  north 80 chains, thence west 80 chains.  to point of commencement, containing  '64,0 acres more or less.  EMMA WEBBER.  By William H. Wooley. Agi-nt  Date Jtily 20th, 1912.  BAHOE 3. OOA8T *-_*���������_> DISTDICT.  District of Ytmcouvsr, Fries Island.  Take notice that Lucile Kaichlc, of  Vancouver, B. C, occupation spinster. Intends t������ apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:���������  Commencing at a :post planted about  3'������ miles south from the northwest corner of Price Island, and about 1 mile  and J 3 chains east from high tide mark  and being L. R.'s N. E. corner post,  thence south SO chains, thence west 80  chains, thence north 80 chains, thence  east SO chains to point o? commencement, containing'640 acres more or less.  LUCILE RAICHLE,  By William H. Wooley, Agent.  Date July 20th, 1912.  BAVOS 3, COAST X.ADD DISTDICT.  District of Yancoa-sr, Fries Islanfl.  Take notice that Walter Deptford, of  Vancouver, B. C, occupation hotel keeper. Intends to apply for permission to  purchase the following described lands:���������  Commencing at a post planted about  Hi mile>������ south from the northwest cor-  her of Price Island and about 1 mile  and 33 chains ea-t from the high tide  mark, and being Walter Deptford's N. W.  corner post, thence south 80 chains,  thence east 80 chains, thence north 80  chains, thence west 80 chains, to point  of commencement, containing 640 acres,  more or less.  WALTER  DEPTFOIFID,  By William H. Wooley, Ag.*nt.  Date July 19th,-1912.  BVADOB 3, COAST -ADD DISTRICT.   !  District of Tmicoutst, Fries Island,.  Take notice that William Stonehouse,  of Vancouver, B. C., occupation expressman. Intends to apply for permission to: ther.ee  south  purchase the following described lands:! chains,   thence  nrtrth   80   chains, ' thence  Commen_ng' at a po*=t  planted about ivves-t SO  chains,' to point of  commence-  1',4 miles south from the northwest cor-j merit, containing 640 acres, more or less.  "er, 2J;   ^"'f6  I"*and, ar,d^bouJI.2   mil���������\ FASNTE GILLE^'SIE,  and 33 chains- east from high tide mark j By William H. Wooley. Agent  and   otinff   William   Stonehou������e.'s   N.   W. | _, .     T  , ��������� ���������:,.    ,���������,���������  comer post,  thence    south     80    chains.: Dato Jul\   20th, 1912.  thence ea>������t  80 chains,  thence north  80 j ~~  chalnf,   thence  west  80  chains   to" point!  of commencemf-nt, containing 640 acres  ftAKOS 3, COAST I.ADD DISTRICT.  District of Tsnconvsr, Fries Island.  Take notice that Ana Bell, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation rooming housf  ���������keeper, Intends to apply for perniisxioi  'to purchase the following' de cribei  lands:���������-  Commencing at a post planted ahoui  4% miles'south from the northwe t corner of Price Islihnd and about 1 % mile  east frtim the high tide mark and bein.  'A. B.'s X. K. corner post, thence ������ouf  80 chains, thence west SO chains, tlsenc  north SO chains, thence ea?t SO cliain  'to poIWt of commencement, eontainin;  640 acres more or less.  ANA BELL.  By William H. Wooley. Ag������--nt  Date Jttly L'^th,  1912.  Tt  RADOE 3, COAST -ADD DX8T-ICT.  District of Vancouver, Fries IsJ������-d.  Take notice  that Thomas ClantU'Td.'o  Vancouver, B. C, occupation  laborer, in  t*nds 'to  apply  for  permission   to   purchase, the following described land-;:���������  Commencing at a post planted about  5*-jimlles south from the northwe-t cor  litsr of Price 1-land and about 1 !-S mi!e  east from high tide mark and beirc  T. C.'s N. K. corner post, thence sotitl  80 chains, thence west 80 chains, thenc<  north 80 chains, thence east 80 chains.  to point of commencement, containing  610 acres more or le.^s.  THOMAS CLAXFIELD.  By Wilfiam H. Wooley, Agent  Date July 20th, 3912.  GE 3, COAST I.ADD  DISTRICT.  District of T-sconvsr, Fries Island.  Take notice  that Fannie  Crillcysie, of  Vancouver;   B.   C-,   Occupation   clerk.   Intends   to  apply   for permission -to  purchase the following described lands:���������  Commencing  at a post planted about  J3i& miles south from the northwest cor-  I ner   of   Price   Inland ��������� and   about   1   mile  jand IS chains ea-t from high tide mark  and  being   F.   Cl.'s   N.   W.   corner   post,  80  clmins.   thence  ea*t  80  more or less.  WILLIAM STOXEHOrsE,  By William H. Wooley, Agent.  Date July 19 th, 1912.  I  1     Take notice  that Martha  Costella  ' Vancouver,   B.   C,   occupation   clerk.  BAjrOS 3, COAST X-.WD DISTRICT.  Dtstriot of TaaeoBTsT, Fries Islsad.  Tike  notice  that Hugh  Campbell,  of  RARO- 3, COAST X.AMV DISTDICT  Dtstrict of Vsnooa~������r, Fries Island.  of  intends   to  apply   for permission   to  purchase the following described lands:���������  Commencing at a post planted about  3 Vi miles south from the northwest corner of Price Island and about 2 miles  and 13  chains east from  the high  tide  OFFICE HOURS:  9 to 12 1 to'  Saturday evening.  7 to 9 or by ap-  .  nointrrtpnt  1)6 B������nK (if  OHawa Bulldlnc  Torner  Seymours Hastings  Plione Sey. 532  G.W.GRIMMETT  optometkist and  Eye sight jsi-eciamst  ������'o lSJitation Free.  RAKOR 3, COAST &ARD DISTRICT.  District of Vancouver, Fries Island.  Take notice that John A. Beattie, of  Vancouver, B. C, occupation teamster,,  iritends to apply for permission to r'^r-  cha������e the following described lands:-���������  Commencing at a post planted about  ������*������ miles south from the northwest corner of Price Island arid about 1 1-8  miles ea?t from the high tide mark and  heing J. A. B.'s N. W. corner po-t. thence  l--outh 80 chains, thence ea-t SO chains  thence north 80 chains, thence west 80  chains to point of commencement, containing G40 acres more or less.  JOHN A.  BEATTIE,  By William H. Wooley. Agent.  Date July 20th. 1912.  R-JTOS 3, COAST -.ADD DISTRICT.  District of *r_ncoa-*������r, Fries Island.  Take notice that Bella Blake, of Vancouver, B. C, occxipatlon widow, Intends to apply, for permission to purchase the following described lands:������������������  Commencing at a post planted about  61/j miles south from the northweit corner of Price Island and about 1 chain  east from high tide mark and being  B. B.'s N. W. corner post,; thence south  80 chains, thence east 80 chains, thence;  north 80 chairs, thence west SO chain"?  to point of commencement, containing  C40 acres more or less.  BELLA BLAKE.  By William H, Wooley, Agent:  Swedish Bakerv  Johnson & Carkon, Props.  Knecka Tread a Specialty  Pure Swedish Rye and  Fancy Bread  ::00 Glen Di ;ve       Va won. ver, B 0  ��������� Li L.  1028 Hastings Street East  mark  and being M. C's  N. W.  corner *>**��������� July ���������'_���������**. !I9l���������.  .Vancouver, B. C, occupation  miner, in-  post, thence south 89 chains, thence east1  lis We-tern Call Sept C to Nov. 9,1312  A Good General Store  Where you may obtain  practically anything  yoa   require   at  the  EIGHT PRICE  18 lbs. of B.C. Sugar  with every $20 order.  1 lb. of 40c Tea witfi every $5 order.  1-2 lb. 40c Tea with every $2.50 "  This is good till Sept. 30th, 1912     i .  CASH ONLY.  L M. LYi  Phone :   Sey.  -6857  Dealer in  Groceries, China,  Kitchen, Hardware  Cor. Keefer Street and Campbell Ave.  Where il fays to Dcsl  t#  ^  Hoscsl Prices for Honest  Cools  J. W. Edmonds, Prop.  Dealer in all kinds of Stationery  and Books  Toys, Fancy Goods, Ice Cream Parlor in connection  lee Cream in Cones, Sodas S Bulk  Ice Cream Bricks made to your own order and  delivered free.   Our Fruit Ice Cream made direct  from. Fruits.  W? S?N the Crystal Dairy Milk and Cream. ���������  Principal School Supply Depot for Grandview District  MI7 Commercial Prive   Plwroe Highland 829R  Swindell 3ros.  Successors to  T    y\.   BREW IS  M*7 Conmifrcial Prive  W. S.' Swindell having withdrawn from the partnership of  Swindell & Branbury, announces that he is now associated with his brother, C. h. Swindell, in the  new firm of  Swindell Pros., 1417 Commercial Pr.  Both old and new customers may depend upon us carrying  the most complete stock of GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,  ETC,, ever shown on the Drive. Courteous and considerate  treatment to customers. The best goods the market affords  and prompt delivery of th,e same is to be our aim at all times.  OUR   SOLICITORS  WILL  GLADLY  CALL  ON   YOU.  Swindell Bros.  14 (7 Commercial Drive     Next lo Uneeda Deal Market  BUITALO GROCERY  Commercial Drive and 14th Ave.  "The Home of Quality"  Groceries,  Provisions, Fruits  Only the best brands kept iu stock.  Our goods are all guaranteed and money refunded if  not satisfactory.  J. P. Sinclair, Prop.  Pbone i Fairmont 1033 3F���������J.J A> - VtjS  _.    1=   **    -   x.^.r *&  THE WESTERN CALL.  9  1      J- v *      - i*  f *** *������������������*"��������� ,  *?\> ������������������ ' J",*^  ++***4^^>***"***4f***+4>*4+4 i������  *"*  I- -....���������  .  ���������:���������  ���������i*  .*.  ���������:��������� i .  ... ..'.   .������������������.... ... .........  ....   #.-. ..... .fi,*,,* itrifi Av  V"���������TTTVT,rT^rTTTT*rT*rTTTTrTTTT���������'   .-.<  'i-������-ft"I-l"l-l"l"l"H"H"l"8"l"l"I������M">'l"l"������������:* :  :?:  ��������� i     r* ���������  i,  *H  >*:**Wr>**>***>*.**.*v  ���������>*I*****>*******>*"**i,*>*!  PROVINCIAL  ;  DOMINION  Davis Freed But is Rearrested  New Westminster, B. C, Sept; 18.--  Walter Walsh alias Dayis, and his  wife, Alice Davis, arrested hy^the Toronto police several weeks ago on a  charge of complicity In the robbery, of  the Bank of Montreal here, a'year  ago, were dismissed by Magistrate  Edmonds this morning for want of  evidence.  Mr. E. P. Davis, K.C., acting for the  crown, announced that owing to late  developments he had no evidence to  offer and was not*Jn a position to prove  the crown's case. Davis and wife were  immediately rearrested by Detective  Cronin of the Toronto police on a  charge of bringing $2050 in Bank of  Montreal bills known to have been  stolen, into the city of Toronto. The  /detective will take the prisoners back  to Toronto with him.  Big Apple Crop in Okanagan Valley /  Okanagan Valley will produce the  largest crop of fruit, principally apples,  in its history. There has also been  an abundant yield of pears and  peaches. A great deal of the apple  crop will not be gathered until October  but indications now point to the fact  that there will be over 100 carloads  available for shipment to the coast and  prairie markets. The fruit Is said to  be of excellent quality.  Small Vote in B. C.  Ottaw_, Sept. 17.���������A bluebopk. just  issued giving the votes cast in the federal elections of last September shows  that in British Columbia the votes  cast were only 52 per cent, of the  total number of names on the provincial list, while for all Canada the percentage was 70 per cent, of tiie. total  number on the lists, which was 1,307,-  628.  In British Columbia the vote cast  totalled 43,589, out of 83,081 on the  lists. The vote in Vancouver totalled 11,899, with the voters' list total:  ling 22,944.  Peace Officer Shot by Yeggs..  Wetaskiwin, Alta., Sept. 20.���������Night  Constable Allan, of this city, was shot  by burglars last night and is now in  the hospital in a critical condition.  While making his rounds about three  o'clock, he observed a suspicious looking party loitering in front of the  Fowler and Company general store on  East Railway street. Upon his attempting to enter the building, a shot  was fired, from within, striking Allan  in the stomach. Although seriously  ..wounded, he managed to make his  way to'the Driard'Hotel and give the  alarm.  It was discovered this morning that  the Farmer's Co-operative store had  also been entered by the burglars, the  safe blown, open and $300 in cash secured. Four suspects have been arrested by the police. .'  ���������Quebec, Sept. 18.���������Dr. J. P. Lavole,  Dominion immigration agent here for  the past four years, has been removed  from office. John P. Stafford, his assistant, who has been 25 years in the.  service, takes his place.  FOREIGN  Part of Stolen Money Recovered.  Chicago, Sept. 20. ��������� Part of the  $271,721 loot robbers got from the  Bank of Montreal at New Westminster  B. C, a year ago, and which was hidden here, has been recovered by the  Chicago police,, according to an admission of Assistant Chief Schuettler  today. It was' intimated that the  amount would run into thousands, in  Canadian bills of large denomination.  It is believed the money was hidden  by the two thieves, who escaped after  they had beaten a policeman into unconsciousness when he attempted to  arrest them single-handed. The robbers, Chief Schuettler believes,, are  still in Chicago.  Will Wed Dying Man.  New York, Sept. 18.���������Miss Lillian  Broderick, daughter' of an American  planter living in Costa Rica, Ib hurrying westward today in an effort to  reach Calgary, Alta., in time to marry  her fiancee, Leon Fedorf, before he  dies.  Three months ago Fedorf, a civil engineer, went to Port Llmon and met  Miss Broderick. They became engaged, and he planned to return to  Costa Rica early xnext year for the  #���������11111III HI 11 III MI *****  * I'l  Fraser Avenue':.  The high cost of living may be  equalized by careful buying o,f your  supplies for kitchen and table. Ellis''  Grocery, 30th and Fraser, make prices  that save dollars each week fbr then*  patrons.  Prompt delivery.-  2.  Fraser Avenue business houses that  are leaders In their particular lines.  See their ads on this page.   We have  found them trustworthy.  1,   Junction  Rooming   House, corner  Fraser Avenue  and  Westminster  Road.  The Workman's Home Cafe, between. Twenty-fifth and Twenty-  Sixth Avenues.  The Unique Cafe, Forty-ninth Avenue and Fraser.  Hekla Cash Grocery; Fraser Avenue and Forty-Seventh Avenue.  Anatomical Shoe Store, 6352 Fraser Avenue.  Jack & John's Place, corner Fraser and Ferris Avenues.  Fraser Avenue Builder Supply Co.,  4122 Fraser Avenue.  6.  wedding. A fortnight ago he was  fatally injured in a street car accident,  and he cabled* to his fiancee to come lit  order that they might be married before he died. She caught the steamship Sixola and left New York late last  night.  Now that Fall is here we are prepared  to furnish youwith every thing required  FURNITURE* STOVES, Be*  To Advertise Our Special Tea,  we are going to sell 3 lbs. for 85c  J). Cleanser - - 3 for 25c  C. Starch - - - 3 for 25c  L. Starch - - - 3 for 25c  Q Flakes      -      -      - 3 for 25c  Tomatoes, Corn, Peas     2 for 25c  Flour, per 49-lb. sack    -     $1.75  Money back if not satisfactory  We have just received a large shipment of Kootenay Brand Cocoa,  * the best there is. Also Kootenay  famous Jams.  HARDWARE  SPECIALS  Sewing Machines, from   -   $30 up  Why pay more  Carpet Sweepers, Wringers, Washing Machines, Bapco Paints of  all kinds.  Tar 25c gal. Creosote 45c gal.  B. Oil $1.25 gal.   R. Oil $1.25 gal.  Coal Oil, special      -      - 25c gal.  Chick Feed of all kinds.  Bran, Shorts, Wheat, Corn (whole  or cracked), Scratch Food.  Fort George, Sept. 17,���������WIth trium-j A canner of Kelowna wlth-'<CB*M-  pbant shrieks from its siren, the B. C. city of fifty tons, is busily engaged  Express company's automqbile No. 16 putting up tomatoes, peaches, bean_  sped swiftly up Central avenue at one and corns, and there is a great de-  o'clock, yesterday, the first motor car! mand for the product at the coast. A  to travel into Fort George under its J branch factory at Penticton Is alio  own power. "   l working overtime.  <;  ���������l * %  You hear and read about J_ JCjA, but now we want you *  to try 1 lb. of our 50c India.   We guarantee it to be  superior to any Tea in the market /   *  It is not blended, but the finest pick of the best garden in :.  India. 1  f  Tea  Tea  India  Tea  South Hill  50c $  50c  50c  per lb.  Grocery  Cor. 45th and Fraser Avenue  Also River Road and Fraser Avenue  fK'  &  yy  i*  Hekla Cash Store  Oddatid A John'on, *r***op.  _-_**_-  General stock of Fresh Groceries  Tea, Coffee, Sugar, etc.. Provisions.  Butter; Eggs, Vegetables, Fruits, etc.  Pick where yoa like from oat Special TaMe ef 5c, lie ���������������_ 15c Artlclea  Fraser Street and 47th Avenue  y^ **  j-**-"  >y  V  -  We Sell for Cash, as Cash is what we are after  Just Phone   Fairmont   1684  We Deliver the Goods  G. R. PAGE, Prop.  ���������*M  KNIGHT RD. and 24th Ave.  maaaaaaaaa*aa*aaaa*aaamm  Phrenology  maa.rwtm^  Qlvaa Praoitoaj 4*Mnm  Ou Easiness Adaptation, Health and  Happiness v  805 Granville Street, Corner Robaon  Hours: 10 a. m. to 9 p. m  Builder's Supplies  .���������M- Gravel, Etc.  Estimates Free Plans Submitted  rraser Avenue  Builder's Supply Co.  4l_2 fraser Avenue  F. Plummer, Props.  PHONE:   Fairmont 1128  The Workman's  Home from Home *���������afe  Between 26th end 26th Aventoea  Dppoeite Poet Office  We carry a first-class line of  Bread, Confectionery, Ice  Cream and Tobaccos.  Fon't Forget 4185 Fraser Ave.  aJF*  jjvmfna*** iwinmf***_****__'  ���������fit  Yowjnextfor*  att*������fm1  M ftJohn's Piace  Come in mu) have a  Game of POOL  Itt Crttm *% Soft PrfnM  Just the thing for a fcot <Jay  Cor. Fraser and Ferris Streeti  ���������     ym:������  ������������������yw^H  ��������� yy^0m  yyymi]  Try an Ad. in the Call  || 11 < * 114 ������������t������������11 Ml 11 > I t l' >   ������l IlliiH II������ HiMUMlUTl'  Use Slave Lake Power  Those Industries are Better  In ultimate results which use our electric  power service. The factories or office buildings which operate private power plants are  under a big expense for maintenance. A  trifling accident may disorganize their whole  svstem ��������� more serious disturbance, with  attendant heavy losses involved, are not  preventable. Stave Lake Power is undeniably cheaper and move reliable than private plant operation. See us for particulars  and rates.  i Western Canada Power Company,!  I   ' LIMITED . f  f  Phone: Seymour 4770      6O3-6IO Carter-Cotton Bldg. |  \l P. 0. BOX 1418, VANCOUVER, B. C. %  1 ���������^.^���������������*..x*������:^":-x**x-.:***:..x~:**:~>������>*m**> ->*,~:������-:~:~:-':-:-.~>*h^^^  Office: 108*109 Oodson Block  25 Hastings Street. East  PlOTtESi  Office SeftmrlM  les. S-FBMr-l79L  A. M. BEATTIE  Auctioneer,   Appraiser and Notary P**btk������for British Columbia  General Real Estate, Mining Broker, Financial Agent JMtffi'  mz&>mi  mt:  DWSSW  N.  THE WESTERN CATJj.  f ;������������.t������|"l"M"I"l"M"Illl"I"l"l"I"I' 14 I I I"*"***  I   The Successful F iritis  I   Advertise. WHY?   %  T ��������� '  ��������� t  _L -**������������������-*��������������� **���������������������������*- ���������   *  ���������* -*--*--,--*������������ll..*ia*.l|*i-_j������tiiff*iifi������*-_Ti*i_iifii*Tjiffiil aSa  ���������p���������y*v******"*****"**r*"r"r^rT^^ ������������������**i���������������������������*.���������������������������_"i ���������^������������������v,������ ���������_ ���������a-,a * ������ a.tt"  THE SUCCESS  Business College  has secured temporary quarters at 153���������10th Ave.,  east, and are opening classes, Thursday, August 1st.  We are offering up-to-date courses in Bookkeeping, Shorthand and Typewriting and all  other commercial subjects.  Day classes meet during August from 8:30 to  1 o'clock. Evening classes every Monday, Wednesday and Friday evening from 7:30 to 9:30 o'clock.  Get free information today at the above address  or Phone Seymour 8240.  F. Q. Garbutt    E. Scott Eaton, B. A.  President V Principal  Mount Pleasant  EDITED BY D. R. PIERCE  Phone: Fairmont 1140  Help to make these pages as interesting as possible by writing or  or telephoning  all local news each week before  Wednesday neon.  MT. PLEASANT METHODIST  S.  S.   RALLY   DAY.  Important   special   Rally   Day  ser-  cepted, the necessary bylaw would be  prepared.  Instead of passing the bridges and  vices  will  be  held   in   Mt.   Pleasant railway committee reports on the in  Mt. Pleasant Livery  A. F. MetAVISH, Prop.  Phone Fairmont 845  Corner Broadway and Main  I Carriages at��������� jaH'':h0t^\^y--.or night  o Hacks, Victorias, Broughams, SorreyBand'Single  yt Baggies, Express and Dray Wagona for hire '  j I Express & flaggy? Transferred  +������+44������*.������.*..H.*hH^  *"M'ji'fr������.**^ f������������<MH''i'������'i";'>i'������'i"i''i"i''l'*l''i''l"I''l'������'Iiti*''l'*>  i: PHqupi Qmyvlew 11G9  Methodist S. S. on Sunday afternoon  next in the body of the church at 2:30  p. ui. This will be a red letter day in  the history of the school as it is expected to make a record in attendance  of at least 1200. A beautiful, pleasing  and profitable program has been arranged, tbe musical part of which Is  conducted by Mme. Yulisse and her  ladies' quartette. The program will  consist of choruses by the school and  other special music. Mr. H. H. Stevens, M.P., will deliver the address of  the afternoon. A cordial invitation Is  extended to all to attend this Rally  service. Strangers specially welcome.  Come out and enjoy this splendid  treat. ,  Unconscious on Car.  A woman, believed to be Mrs. A. B.  Harper, 190 Tenth Avenue East, was  taken from a stret car in an unconscious state at the corner of Davie and  Granville streets yesterday afternoon  at ooo'clock. She was taken to the  General Hospital. Her identity was  established by papers she carried in  her pocketbook.   ^  Knocked Down and Injured.  While attempting to cross the road  at the junction of Main and Pender  Streets late yesterday afternoon, Mr.  A. Ashworth, 536 Eighth Avenue  East, was struck by an automobile and  thrown to the ground. The injured  man sustained a broken leg and  bruises about the head and face. He  was removed to the General Hospital.  Steel Plant-for False Creek.  A large structural steel plant which  will employ 200 men and represent an  investment of f 300,000, will soon be i  established on the south side of False  Creek, adjacent to Scott Street.: the  announcement was made by Mr.'ti. C.  Gilman, vice-president of the Great  Northern Railway, who is in the city.  The plant will be the Canadian branch  of the Northwest Steel Company at  Portland, Ore., of which Mr. Wv B.  Bee be is president. The sitesolcl<by  the Great Northern to the company is  400 by 600 feet.  Arches Are Being Razed. ;  In a very few days the beautiful  arches that were erected in- the city in  honor of the visit of their Royal Highnesses the Duke and Duchess of Connaught will be no more. The removal  of several of the arches was  com-  terim negotiations in t!fa ordinary  way the council decided last evening  to have the committee simply report  progress along the lines noted in the  minutes of the special committee  meetings.  Alderman Baxter in .offering tha'  committee reports for acceptance  pointed out that no recommendations  were made, and therefore the council  would not be in any way binding Itself  in passing the minutes of tbe procedure.  Alderman Hepburn, however, took  instant objection, and wanted the  minutes laid over, promising that later  he would have more to say on the  situation. He characterized the False  Creek proposals, as outlined in the  committee minutes, as the most wonderful he had ever seen in his experience on the council.  Mayor Findlay declared that the  passage of the report would'not in  any way bjhd the council to a particular course of action.  . Alderman- Ramsay wanted to have  the minutes simply put on record. He  accepted, however, a suggestion from  Alderman Enright that the committee  be requested to report progress along  the lines indicated.  "You can do as you like with them,"  observed Chairman Baxter of the  bridges and railway committee.  Alderman Enright's proposal was  adopted as being the most simple way  out of the difference of opinion which  prevailed.  For Fine-Pavement*.   ;  That the citizens of South Vancouver appreciate the value bf well paved  streets In indicated by the comprehensive plan for permanent street im-  ; provement,which is now on foot in the  i municipality, and which promises to  | make South Vancouver one of the best  | paved communities in the .west. One  of the first big steps toward carrying  out this plan will be the paving of  Westminster road, which will be well  under way In the near future,   and  which will make this one bf the finest  thoroughfares in the metropolitan district of Vancouver.   .  .   8maSI  Traders Complain.  South Vancouver, Sept. 26.���������It is reported that the wholesale houses doing business in the city of Vancouver  propose to impose rather a severe  handicap upon the retail traders in  ���������-".������������������*"t"i*������s**4'-i"!*'��������������� '!������������������*��������� '!������������������!��������� ���������i**a������������a������*i������������������������������ai'i"!'-t* a- !������������������** *{>4������*******������*!*������:������*:*>i*������*~;������***f  Of pots and Plants, Ferns, Palms, etc. x  karge variety of 4  Cut Flowers, Fern Pishes, Paskets, etc.  Great Reductions  \\ 999 Broadway W.f        Cor. Broadway and Oak I  nienced yesterday and last night the > m& municipality by charging *11 per  Progress Club arch had been com-]ton extra on aH go0(j8 supplied and  pletely demolished, while others were delivered past Twenty-fifth Avenue.  were on their way to removal.  A Fine Programme.  The Mount Pleasant W. C. T. U. are  to be congratulated on the excellent  The proprietors of small stores will  be hard hit by iiu's additional charge,  and they complain that it will mean  higher prices which will simply drive  WW OFFICE, special far Hotpltil visiters. COR. BMToEl wU BMAOWAT  .���������>i^i|'iI'I''I"l'''*M*^->X**������"l"l"l"l"l"l"X**i,*>*:0 *v>**v'������������**������i**,������������sH'���������'���������������������������������������������!������������������������������������ *���������*������������������*"������������������ ������������������'������������������������������������'*������������������������������������������������������*)  Not tbe ChMPC't Placa  but the Bet* Value for  fjoney  *J__lV)V v* H- Armstrong, Prop. * f������i  **P  2440 MAIN STREET  ty  If it is CHOCOLATES or CANDIES you want, see us.  We have the greatest variety and our prices are right.  In Cent Candies we have over 40 kinds.  programme presented by members of j tneir customers into the city, with the  the Bellingham School of Music    on j r(Jsl|,t that tne sman traders will have  Friday  evening - in    Mount   Pleasant; Q go out of business.  Methodist Church.   Rev. Lashley Hall, [  before introducing the ladies, spoke in ���������  eulogistic terms of the work of the W.!  C. T. U. Miss Frith, although suffering j  from a cold, sang a number of solos;  in a  p leasing manner   the  "Cradle! c.onceiIims   the   water  supply  Song    and "A Proposal" being beau-i *   tifully rendered.    The piano solos by j  Miss Elliott were masterpieces. Miss  Parshall, in rende ring "The Abandon-  Turn  Dcwn Annexation.  South Vancouver, Sept. 25���������Mr. T.  F. Fitch presided over a meeting of  rhe Ward Three Ratepayers' Associc  Hon last night, when a discussion tool  r  POR SALE  On 12th Avenue and Victoria Drive, near Grandview  car, THREE Bungalows, story and a half each, full cement  basement, finished modern up-to-date style, heat, etc., toilet  in basement, extra toilet upstairs.  For full particulars and information as to terms apply  506 Metropolitan Building  PHONE :  Seymour 588 VANCOUVER,  ed Elopement," caused much amusement, but In the cutting from "Strong-  heart" she exhibited great dramatic  | power and proved herself an artist.  The violin selections by Miss Jacks of  Seattle were marked with delicacy of  touch and each selection received  hearty e ncores. The hope is expressed that this splendid company  will in the near f uture revisit. Vancouver. The W. C. T. U. served dainty  refreshments at the close of the concert, which was much enjoyed.  Mayor Anxious for Quick Action.  The negotiations between Col. Davidson of the' Canadian Northern and  the civic bridge commitee will be resumed on Wednesday afternoon at _  o'clock at a special meeting of the  committee.  Mayor  Findlay   said   this   morning  ������������������������..������.������������...������   I ���������������������������������������.������.���������������. ������iQ . . ������ ������  l ��������� i ��������� ��������� l ��������� > n >  THE INTERCOLONIAL TEA CO.  For High Grade  Tea, Coffee, Cocoa, Spices, Extracts  Tea from 25c per lb. up  Coffee, extra choice, 30c, 35c and 40c per lb.  Cocoa, absolutely pure and delicious, 35c lb.  Phone Fairmont f 592 3536 Main St.  (Several members criticized the ex  | penditure upon the Central Park anc  | Wilson Road wells which they consid  ; ered was a waste of money, while i'  i was said there were a number of good  1 springs in the municipality running to  waste.  j Mr. A. Lewis brought forward tht  question of annexation and proposeC  a resolution that in the opinion ol  the meeting annexation by the city is  desirable.  O being put to the vote the proposition was lost, only Mr. Lewis voting  for the proposed resolution.  The Succets Business College.  The success of this new school in  our midst haB been remarkable. Their  temporary quarters have been overcrowded and they hail with delight  the good news that their permanent  quarters in the splendid new Harris  Block,   corner   of   Main   Street   and  No  Delivery  HoC retM  t  Fairmont 621  Weglvejou tbabaae*  Ilt ���������! all expaists ef  delivery  aad beak*  keeplan.  We are Here to Stay  9atur*4ay Spoolata  Per Lb.  +  +  +  +  +  +  +  +  +  +  +  +���������  +���������  -J*  +  +  +���������  +���������  ���������>  ChoicePrime Rolled Roast 18to20c  California Lamb, Legs   -   -   20c  "     Loins -   -   20c  Sirloin Roast 20c  Rib Steak 1,5c  Choice Pot Roast -   -   12 to 15c  Choice Corn* d Beef   -   -   -   10c  Selected Rabbits  Per Lb.  Choice Boneless Beef - 12)������c  Fresh Spare Ribs - ��������� 15c  Fresh Dressed Chix - 25c to 30c  Good Lard - - - 2 lbs. for 26c  Choice Table Butter ��������� ��������� -35c  Fresh Eggs, per doz. - - 85c  3 doz. for   .-   -   -   -    $1.00  35c each  Fresh Red Salmon  "    Halibut      -  15c lb.  12c lb.  Fresh Cod  Fresh Herrings  per lb. 12 l-2c  -      4 lbs. 26c  A Satisfied Custnme? is Our Greatest Advertiser  2513 Main Street, or. Broadway  The Place that Treat* You R|fht    I  Tbla I* an Independent Market        X  4i.|..t..i..*l..t..l..l..t..g..I..a..|.4..1..|..l.l;.,|.,|..|..|..*|1,f..|..f.  CHURCH NOTICE,  Alert Adult Bible Class of Mountain View Jlethodist Church meets at  2.30 every Sunday. Visitors will be  made welcome. S. Johnston, president.  Anniversary services will be held in  St. Michael's Anglican Church, Mount  Pleasant, on Sunday next, Sept. 29.  CEDAR COTTAGE PRESBYTERIAN  CHURCH  Rev. J. C. Madill, Pastor.  11 a. m. ��������� " A friend in need."  7:30 p.m.���������"The Sensuaiist."  FOR RENT  &-Roomed House  4529 Valentine St., between 29th and  30th Ave., South Vancouver;* strictly  modern, hew. Apply Muir & Lobb,  2410 Westminster Road.  Imperial Transfer Co.  When moving phone us.    We are  prompt and  reliable.    Furniture  and Pianos moved.   Padded Van  Phones Sey. 648 also Sey. 133   '  563 Georgia Street  Ml. Pleasant Carriage &  IIbwiisIioiiIbI Stiop  Dealers in Heavy Team  and   Express   Wagons  Rubber Tire Work  MUIR & U>P3  2410 Westminster Road    . Tenth   Avenue,   Mount   Pleasant,   is _  that if a satisfactory agreement was about ready for tneir occupancy. They  We live tO Serve the  people.  reached he would like    to    have    it  submitted   to   the   ratepayers   within  the next two months at the latest, so  that arrangements could be made to  have the railway company start work bought 0ut the Central Business Col-  of some sort during the  winter giv- lege situated on Richards Street, and  ing employment to some of the idle tnat' in ^e near future the two will  men of the city.    . j De one.    Special announcements wHl  l.lay Soon Decide C. ft.  R. Proposal,  be made soon.  Alderman Baxter announced Tuesday night at the council meeting that  it was hoped to eiose the negotiations  between the C. N. R. and the bridges _  and railway committee on the dlaposi- j *?&  which  . -. ��������� .-. .        ..  ...   'discussion  tion of False     Creek  centre  at  will set up business there on Monday  next, Sept. 30. \ .  i    We are pleased to announce that Our  StOCK IS   Complete   and  the    Success    Business    College   has! ���������*���������.'������������������������������������  of excellent quality.  Our Workmen  are ��������� Skilled  Reliable and Prompt.  Operations of N. T. R.  Sydney, N. S.  W., Sept.  12.���������That  the United States beef trust, concern-  there  has been  so  much  ������...,.^.^.    throughout   the   Common-  tne. weajtn during the last month, is about  Wednesday afternoon meeting of the | to. commence operations in Australia,  committee.    He stated that a special j is the general belief here,  meeting of the council would follow In' ��������� Th������ 'federal   attorney-general,   Mr.  ������~~ vi--- *- -������~������t--. **~> ������*-.* -������������������������.* Hughes, says that as far as he knows,  a few days to receive tToe final report the Coi,monwealth hae no ^.^ to  from the commtitee, after which, if ac- grapple effectively with such a trust.  LEE & WOOD  523 Broadway, W.   Pbone Fair. 1521  ������������������ii.i..i.ii,.}���������*l.i.������.t..)i.*,4^*.,i.,*..*..i..i..I.������.*���������*..i.������  FURNITURE  STORE  3334 Main St.  Our stock of Furniture  is Large, Modern and  adapted to the tastes of  Buyers.  Dressers. Buffets, Tables $  Chairs, Couches,   Mat- *  tresses, Bedsteads, etc.  +���������  +  +  +  *  *5*  ���������5*  *"������  4-  t  '������*%t/ftmt*afl* ilsiif- -*- -**���������"**- -*nt*ia**ai1iifn1ti->ii1tnVi1it**_if ������������������!������������������!��������� il   1  ."���������   ���������   ��������� TT**���������   ���������VtT-I���������   ���������   J^���������> "In <r tyTtr^^^w^m^r^P  A complete line of  Linoleums. Carpet Squares, etc.  Drop in and inspect our goods.  This iB where you get a square  deal.  ,'���������       M. H. COWAN  VOUR HEAiTW  depends upon the condition of your spine. To  enjoy perfect health get  your spine adjusted by  Ernest Shaw, p.C.  (Doctor of Chiropractic)  250 22nd Avenue East  (Close to Main St.)  Office Hours:  1:20 to 6.  Free.  Consultation  Progressive Root Repairing  232 Broidwiy E.        Thei. rirrlngloa. Frea  Has installed a  "GOODYEAR SHOE REPAIR OUTFIT**  Turns out shoes equal to new   .  f  Choice  New Hay  F. T. Vernon's  Feed Store  2471 Westminster Road  Cor. Broadway        Mt. Pleasant  %  Poultry Supplies  of every description  V  Phone: Fair. 186  J  GO TO  KEELER'S NURSERY  Cor ISth Ave. & Main St.  _   The finest Tuberous  Rooted   Begonias   in the  City now on Display  Prices Reasonable  PHONE: Fairmont 817 \  '   I*    '       -''���������  i'J, v'*0'  ���������:,...-   r  THB WE8TEBN CALL.  ancouver  ��������� ��������� . 11 11111 m 111111 n i s i������n *  ���������. /  :c  If You Help Your District  : You also Help Yourself  -**+**-������*jM-H . ���������  .Canora Improvement*.  Canora, Sask.���������Shippers anil\vncfle-,  -eaters at Canora a, re, howCtoenjoy  the advantages of ideal trackage'sitee.  according to plans and surveys just  completed by the G. T.' P. and the  C.N.R. For the-purpose of .f urnis���������ing  trackage to the Canadian-American  Egg Co., Ltd. and other important  shippers. . The C.-A. Egg concern is  to start construction. of its plant .at  once, and will eventually esbablisTi a  line of warehouses in Eastern Canada  and the United States.  Big Traffic Increase at Brandon.  Brandon, Man.���������Alterations and improvements for the C.N.R. depot and  freight sheds at Brandon are to be extensive, acording to information  gathered from reliable sources. Work  is to start at once and will be rushed  to early completion. Tbe most far-  reaching change, It is stated, will be  in\the arrangement of the freight sheds  where rush of traffic is crowding present facilities to the limit The total  length b. the sheds is to be extended  to cover 400 feet.  Social and Personal (WEDDING BELLS _-  ***********���������****"*******" I       ���������*"__._���������       _ _ "4. I !**������**_������������������-_. _t->A������r  l"t"|"|i*H"|'I"l"l"I"l">*l"i"I"l"I '���������"i"M"*"Ml't-0 HMil,l,������l������,������������������>,I,*'l,*'l',l''I''������''������''I"������''������**������**������"*~**'*  Mis Moriia Yule of Winnipeg is the  guest of Mrs. M. W. Douglas at "Pron-  tenac," corner of Quebec and Eleventh Avenue.  Miss Ethel Shields of Bellingham,  Wash., is the guest of Miss Ruby Curtis, 13 Fcjurtenth Avenue East.  Mrs. Frank E. Dowel!, nee Sher-  dahl, will hold her post-nuptial recep-  tios on Thursday, September 26, from 3  to 5:30 p. m., at the home of her parents, 2928 Westminster Road, Mount  Pleasant.  Mr. and Mrs. Edward Disher, nee  Whyte, whose marriage took place at  ��������� ������  ..  .������  ...  Lots in D. L  CA_*C-  "���������ued every Friday at 2408 Westmln*  Road, one-half block north of Broad-  ray.    Phone Fairmont 1140  fcdUor, H.  H. Ste\������ns; Manager, Geo  \   0������Hum  A quiet home wedding took place  at the residence of the bride's parents,  318 Eleventh avenue east, on Wednesday, when Miss Ida E. MacKenna became the bride of Mr. Andrew H.  Craig. Rev. A. E. Henry performed  the ceremony, the bride being attended by her sister, Mrs. E. Wright, and  the groom by Mr. William Keith.  Liverpool early  last July and    who, ���������r.���������  have been spending the intervening A quiet wedding was solemnized on  months in European travel, returned Thursday, September 19, at South Hill  to their home in Vancouver last Presbyterian Church, when Mr. Bert  Thursday morning and will occupy a \ Hewitt of this city and Miss Lizzie M.  house at 1106 Thirteenth Avenue West Warrender, late of Aberdeen, Scot-  during the winter hand, were united in marriage by tbe  The regular meeting of the Fairview ; Rev.   A.   L.   Burch.     Mr.   and   Mrs.  Circle cf King's Daughters was held!Hewitt left by the S.S. Prince Rupert  :; 7th Ave. 50ft,-1%  ��������� ������������������<-.  7th Ave. 50 ft, -5  | 7th Ave. 50 ft., lj_  :: 5th Ave. 50 ft.,. IJ  at.  ��������� - 5th Ave. 50 ft., \  :: Lansdowne 50 ft, ��������� j  i: &h Ave. 100 ft, 2  blks. west of Main, only  $ 75(*0  5600  ..<  ..  44  it  at the home of Mrs. McMaster, .967  Tenth Avenue West, on Monday, after-  jrioon at ^8 o'clock.  The death occurred yesterday of Isa-  ; belle MacCrimmon of 376 EighthAve-  |nue East.   The remains have been re-|    On Monday, September 23, at high  'moved to the Mack Brothers under-,noon,   a   very   pretty   wedding   took  for a tour of the northern porta and  on' returning will take up residence  at 430 Forty-seventh avenue, South  Vancouver.  A    ������������������  a  east  west  ���������������  +  ���������.'��������������� *-  ���������* ���������  a  ���������<���������  -ti  a  east  .<  ���������a  u  a  ii  4.  ti  it  ii  t  it  il  Dufferin 50 ft, 5  Good terms to arrange on ail the above.  5500  7000  13000  12500  7006  10500  Corner 7th and Victoria Street, 80x82 feet with  large house, only $11509. Terras are exceptionally  easy.     !  .MAIN  STREET   ���������'���������  ������4 feet near Lansdowne at $45000  132 feet corner front and Main at $800 per foot  50 feet near Broadway, at   |000 per foot  50 feet near 12th Ave., at    450 per foot  Easy terms arranged to suit.  taking parlors.   Funeral arrangements  will   be  announced  later.  DOMINION  Profits in Butter Fat.  Wainwright, Alta., Dairymen and  cattle,growers in Wainwrlght district  are being forcibly reminded of the  large possibilities at hand for the development of a profitable export trade  by the high prices now ruling for butter-fat in  centres.    The Edmonton city dairy is  place at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and,Mrs. D. M. McKinley,  of 531 Broadway west, when Miss  Hilda Harris was united in marriage  to Mr. Stanley A. Buchanan* of  Grassy J.ake, Alberta. The bride was  terpmfngly attired in a travelling costume of grey cloth with hat of black  velour. She wore a sunburst of  pearls, the gift of the groom. The  officiating clergyman was the Rev.  David. James,  of, Robertson  Church,  Subscription: 11.00 per year. 60 cents  u������r ai* months; 25 cents per three  nontha  tJiiuiiKc" of ads mint be In by Tueu*  tay evening: ench week to injure inner-  don in following ixsue.  .Notice*   ut    birth*,,   death*   and  tacea Inserted free of chur_e.  -���������-ap****-*"  mar-  <*���������  ���������_������  WANTED���������-Ladies to do plain aud  light sewing at home, whole or spare  time,, Good pay. Work sent any distance. Charges paid. Send stamp for  foil particulars.���������National Manufacturing Co., Montreal.  Winnipeg expansion Continues  Winnipeg, Man.���������A strong movement is indicated in Winnipeg subdivision property, and dealer*! state  that the present year is likely to break  all records for this section of the  West in the way of rapid extension of  high-class residential sections. Tbe  demand for cottages and apartments  continues unabated.  LODGES  un>-r*i������s__r*f amamm or o*m������*  nuowta  MT. PLEASANT LODGE NO. IS  Meets   every   Tuesday   at   8 pin.  In  I O.O.K.   hnll.    Westminster    Ave..   Bit  Plea������ant.    Sootirnlng   brethren  cordiall)  invited to attend  J. C. Davia. N. 6.. 1231 Homer Street  J  Haddon. V. G.. 8616 Main Strwst  Thou. Sewell. Rec. Sec. 481 Leventh Ave P.  HOUSES  PAPERED  $35.00  UP  Hey & Co.  Contracting  Decorators  2317 Main Street  ,   Phone Fairmont 998 )���������'  mmmm^^mmmmm���������m���������m���������mtmmmmmmmm  ���������mx  4w***********4<4*<9**a*****>*y*i-Q********r9**************a*ai  ��������� Grandview.    After a wedding break-  Edmonton and other large fasttne young couple left for an extended, tour  in the' south, followed  by the god wishes of the guests, who  now offering $2.40 per hundred pounds  ].for milk delivered at Edmonton during were an personal friends of the bride  the coming season. " The bride was the recipient of many  ';-ii   "���������'���������:���������'..' ������������������������������������,': -, -: beautiful   and  costly presents.    The  Steady  Development at Watrous.     wedding march was played by Miss  Watrous, Sask.���������Although the larg- Bya Mciionald.        y,  est wheat crop in the history of Wat-; -������������������������������������-���������   rou district  has  been harvested, no  difficulty is anticipated in the matter  of storing and shipping, as combined :  capacity of the. three local elevatoTs  is 35,000 bushels, while shipping facili-'  ties, from this* divisional point are of  the best.   The mportance of Watrous  as a shipping centre   has   increased  steadily during the present year.  \  :: 2343 MAIN STRe^T  WDM Fairmont 496,497  ���������������  ���������"**���������*���������*  i*  <>  i>  O  i>  ��������� >  ti  i>  i>  i>  i>  if  <>  PETERS & CO.  PIONEER SHOEMAKERS  Are still at the old stand  2517 'Haiti Street liZZLw* c^  Most reliable Boot and Sho.making in Mount P__a_ant.  ���������*************************9******************%**%m*i  Abundant Water at Kamloops.  Kamloops, B. C.���������The rapid development of Kamloops is well indicated in  the increased requirements of the city  for water. To meet the demands of a  growing population It will be necessary  to tap the heavy flow of the Barrier  river 40 miles north of the town on the  ! I North Thompson river, the intention  being to generate power on the ac-  cumlative plan, thereby obtaining from  2000 to 10,000 horsepower  PROVINClAt  'Tried to Bribe Chief of Police.  New Westminster, Sept. 19.���������When  George Gra-ff attempted to bribe chief  of Police Bradshaw in connection with  the transferring of the hotel license  of the Merchants hotel from Mr. D. S.  Bray to Paul Root and himself, he was  given a very quick order to leave the  police headquarters. The chief reported the matter at the meeting of  the license commissioners last evening a,nd the alleged briber is nowi  minus'his bartender's license, also he!  will not be a partner in the merchants  hotel. .  >'t**'*'������l'������|"Mi W 1'1'M'i'-l"t-l"W**>*.**i**H*   ������������������������.������.|������.*..|i *.���������������>���������*'������������������������������'*"��������� 'H't'^'l *<***  m?J$*   THE DON  c^SS^w  I 51������ JCE CREAM  PALLOR * SAWeKj j:  } 9949 mmln 91. 94 etore frem 111h <4r*  ^ is the coolest Parlor in Mount Plesssnt  ^    5. Call and try our Ice Cream, Sundaes, Sodas, Cider,' Soft Prinks, etc.  V We get our Sweet Cream, Milk, Butter and Buttermilk fresh daily.  I Large selection of Cigars, Cigarettes, and Tobaccos.  | Agents for Woman's Baker**.  ������"M'iI'i|iil'i|iiI-'rilii|iilii|i������^.*-������^������������M**������������������*!*>M������*   <^������j-������'I"I"I"I"I"I"I"t"I"*"l"������"l"I"I"*"* *"*' * >  ��������� ������ltll|llfil|ll|H*ll|ntl������*������'*������"*"������������������������������ '"���������������������������<'���������     <Q ;i^ll|w{l������***lMtM*>������{������������}n*������***<  ������������������������������������I4>l������1'^������4'������1^'>*>^*1>^������^������������rti-������i������������������'I'������1't*l'������1'������t������l'������1'������t������^  How Are Your Teeth?  Have you ever noticed a person talk or laugh who had bad teeth,  and have you ������ver noticed a person with a clean, white, even set of  teeth ? You certainly have. You know the impression these people  make on you. Do you realize that you are impressing people every day  jngsocial and business life with your teeth?  Come and have your teeth examined. Our methods are modern  and our work is permanent. We tend to all our patients personally.  You are not handed over to a student here to have your work completed.  lay   ..  Ors. Thompson 6 Wood  ..    ������41-ranville St.  Omntiata  Vancouver, B. C.  Phone Sey. 3779  <Over Van. Drug Store)  lieved that this should furnish cheap  po"*er for irrigation in the extensive j  farming district of Thompson valley,'  as well as for manufacturing purposes  in. Kamloops.  New Line Over G. T.  P.  lt is stated serai-officially from Victoria that negotiations are now in pro-  It Is be-1 gre8s between the G. T. P. and a new  transcontinental railway company for  running rights over a portion of the  G. T. P. from Hay port to Kltwaugar  on the Skeena.     The Pacific terminal  jof the new system will be Port Simp-  ~ I son, where a large block of property  Lacombe Preparing Exhibits. J has been purchased from the Hudson's  Lacombe. Alta.���������Commissioner L. H. j Bay company by the new railroad cor-  Mason of the Lacombe board of trade, ��������� ,,oratj0n  who will have charge of the exhibit j    The-nameB of the Norton Griffiths  j Company and the C. N. R. are being  t mentioned in connection with the cuing farmers are co-operating effective- > terpP|8e  ly for making the exhibit a thorough | .  ly representative one of the produc- \   Wharf at Port Moedy NeaP|y Com.  five possibilities of the rich  agricul-l  for this district at the Lethbridge dry-  farming  congress,  reports  that  lead-  tural district surrounding Lacombe.  The local board of trade has reserved  four space units in building No. 1. und  the work of preparing the exhibit fs  now well under way. Farmers in outlying districts report splendid harvests  aud   very   heavy   yields  this   season.  pleted.  Port Moody. Sept. 18��������� The Dominion  government wharf, which is now hcins:  erected, is rapidly nearing completion  and workmen have been busily employed rushing the mammoth structure to completion. Citizens are  watching with greatest   interest    th*1  - V|S|T -  BAND'S  W. C. Band, Manager  You will find everything clean, comfortable and  homelike.  Our meals are quickly and daintily served.  25c Business Men's Lunch from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.  and Dinner from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.  Commutation Tickets $5.50 for $5.00;  We cater to social gatherings of all descriptions.  2611 Main St  Cor- !0th Ave.  ���������������������*"> ��������� 1 *^M"������*M-*M������l'*.**t'**������*.e".*������**M������  l������i������>������ 1 ������l������ I***4tM'lt ���������������������������������������������  and the evidences of prosperity among deVeIor,ment of the barhm, nmi prom.  t**a*********************4K*t**at'*4*t*iai*i'*4'*44'i*i*i-  jboth   the  new  settlers  and   the  timers are noted on every side  old-  DARLING'S DRUG STORE  . 2652 MAIN ST., COR. 11 th Ave.  a . - >  ��������� ..-.     "���������'..���������  -���������  ���������  i  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  j PHONE:   FAIRMONT   314  ��������� .  r  *4  DRUGS, STATIONERY j  CAMERA SUPPLIES \  CIGARS/TOBACCO!  PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY BY  REGISTERED MEN \  3. R. DARLING, Prop.  Small Houses  and Shacks  are my specialty. If  you want to get a small  house and a large lot,  get in touch with me.  I have cash payments  as low as $75 for a house  and lot.  J. Matthews  IfZS Charles Street ~ Grand view  Branch Office:  Cor. Sussex Ave. ���������& Westr. Rd.  West Burnaby, Central Park  inent Port Moody manufacturers state  that the decision to erect the wharf  was arrived at none too soon. It is  expected that by the ney year Port  Moody's shipping will chiefly be concentrated at this point. The opening  of the Panama Canal is being eagerly  anticipated by manufacturers, and it is  predicted that gigantic extensions to  the existing industries will be necessary before very long.  The exact location of the O. P. R.  grain elevators is still being eagerly  debated, but the general consensus of  opinion seems to support the supposition that they will be located on the  north shore a little west of the head  of the Inlet.  * For good values in  1 REAL ESTATE AND INVESTMENTS  ; Call on  [TRIMBLE   &  NORRIS  Cor. Broadway and Westminster Road  w********-*** *������������������������������������������������ ��������������������������������������������������� ������������������������i������������������������������*aiauuia  Hunter Found Dead in Mountains  Juneau,   Alaska.     Sept.     1.3.���������(Via ;  Whitehouse,   Y.   T.)���������The   bodies   of  Leslie Oliver, John Shattuck and Dell  I.inscott,  young  men of Juneau and i  T)ouglas, who went hunting Thursday, j  Sept.   Pi,   on   Sheep   Creek   mountain j  j and who became lost in a dense fog, i  j were found yesterday on tbe mountain, j  I They had perished from hunger, cold i  j and   exposure   while   endeavoring  to i  j reach the top of the mountain, where  J there is a miner's cabin which would  j have; sheltered    them if they    could .  have reached it. J  Morris Jolly  H C Foote  Main Transfer Co.  Express, Baggage and Storage  Always in Mount Pleasant  Phone Fairmont 1177 Stand 2421 Scotia St.. Mt. Pleasant  MacLACHLAN & MORGAN  man  ���������die*'.  CI.A5S   HOOTS   AND   SHOES  Of Oi armtecd Qatdity  (iectlemen's  and   Children's   tf  Imlf rity prices.  BOOTS in. 5MOES **EPAU*������0  Onr   long   experience    and     *Mait>a*e  guarantees -rood workm-n������bi*>.  ut  3330 Main St. and Cor. 18th Ave. and Main St.  '���������V-''*  i        J i J.   ������  : -'���������  r  ��������� *y  y..  "i ��������� ���������*  ^ *>**mm^*^mmmmmmmmMaaaammmm  __���������!��������������������������� ,Y,���������___,_&.=;���������.������������������'���������::������������������������������������������'-vy'-    ������������������.-��������� --V,',1 ������������������������������������:;-'-;. ������������������'���������������������������'������������������'���������������������������  p<n*Ktu������^^n^-**^y.'^)'..iir;ftrg3xtr^^^  6  ���������_-_*  ���������nTTT?   T*7T?*aTVT?\*   CALL.  WAREHOUSE   SITES, BUNGALOWS  All prices and terms.    Short term loans.  REAL ESTATE        I NOTARY PUBLIC  Grandview Gar Terminus, Cedar Cottage  GEO. A. STEVENS  THE BORDER TAILOR  3438 Commercial.St.'  Cedar Cottage  Just received a large assortment of latest  Fall Suitings for ladies and gents.     Prices  right.  PHONE: Fairmont 1217  LEADER  GROCERY  J. WEARN,  Prop.  Full stock of Quality Groceries at the lowest  possible prices.  New Laid Eggs and Fresh Butter always irijstock.  VICTORIA ROAD, CORNER BODWELL ROAD  EtrnWutafi  k la tatw������������*tod and t-ordd kaoir  l_to*rtt*������*raad*a*M_<  sjl ���������������������������������������������������������������i f*a*  Douohe  r **************************  A_cvo_* dt**s*d(t fee ���������  ft tt tM ea-aot ���������apply  am M-BVBI* t^oapTaS _,  ottMr, but amd stamp fbr ffltaV ,  mud book-tMM. it ���������*.��������������� mi  Mt-ral-ct sad diraeHoaalBTahiabw  ^Ia_tekW*3l1MOBSOI*-_*r OO^WlDdaor. Ont  G���������������eral Areata for Canada.  Try a "CALL" ad.  a*****************,********  ************************** **************************  if If You Are Sick f  CALL ON  ERNEST SHAW, D. C.  (Doctor of Chiropractic) .  250 22nd Avenue East  Chiropractic -succeeds   where  medicine fails.  Hours 1:30 to 6 Consultation free  1  Your Money 1  This is what most ranges  do because there is no proper  draft control. You have to  juggle with dampers to keep  the fire in over night and  coax it with oil or grease  when it goes out.  QURNEY.OXFQRD RANQES  will not trouble you in this  way."   The fire is completely   controlled hy a single  damper    and     holds    it  for hours longer than the ordinary range.      Besides this, it  saves coal.    It has been found that with hard coal the  Economizer saves 20 per cent, of it and in some cases more.  The divided flue, fitted on these ranges, forces half the  heat over the front of the oven, keeping the lower right-  hand corner. Pies will bake the same at the front as at the  back, because of the even heat. ,  |  We will demonstrate any of the  Qwrney-Oxford Chancellor Ranges  to you if you call at our store. It will pay > ou to come and  see these and other features of this line, such as the new  broiling top, large fire-box, unbreakable steel top, handscme  appearance, etc.  i.l  HO.!  Cor. Main Str. and 16th Ave. ii  PHONE: Fairmont 899  i BRANCH STORE: Corner Miles and Fraser Avenues i'^fS.*-������ ���������������_?"!_  Phone: Fairmont 1167 L  ****l*+*4*4r**+**Q&l>4r.>itt4t**   *+4f*44t*****+******+*i  ������������������*><4������������**frr*:wW������������'������������H'< OC-I-M- M"M"K������'  '-- ^--...*-y Each of these sons of  Nippon must have wondered, afterward, why the young white devils  peered bo sharply, almost savagely,  into their countenances, but the quick  inspections brought no comfort���������none  of them had the least likeness to Mr.  Yazimoto. Pacing onward In this desultory, fruitless fashion, the baffled  messengers turned into Chicago's  Chlnatowi*. and hurried out of it again.  All Chinatowns arc twinlike in their  buildings, sounds and odors, and the  memory of recent experiences ln  Doyers street did not give tbe boys  any special desire to linger in the Chicago colony.  Towards noon they found themselves in a /district as Intensely black  in population as Hayti or Mashonalanti  ���������a region that might have been interesting to them under ordinary circumstances, but which was now anything  but attractive to the heartsick adventurers. They walked wearily along,  cleared, as they thought, the bound  aries of the black belt, and entered  an unpretentious restaurant when  they could at least talk* over the!)  unpleasant situation. They had begun a half-hearted lunch before they  noticed that the other patrons of the  place were all brunettes, of various  shades between lampblack and light  saddle-color, but the discovery did not  worry them. In their state of mind  they would hardly have raised objections if they had been seated at the j  same table with a band of gorillas.  At the next table sat a bulky black  woman, whose billowy figure was?  draped in most of the colors of the  rainbow; and who fended off, the In  quiries of the dusky waiter by explaining that she was "waitin' lo' a gentleman." The "gentleman" came in a  moment later, and proved to be a  colored man of gigantic stature���������such  magnitude of person that the large  Segress herself was dwarfed before  bim. This mammoth Zulu settled  himself comfortably, grinned delightedly at the woman, and summoned  the waiter wltb a lordly wave of his  broad black hand.  "That fellow is a twin to the one  who handed us tbe message in De*  TT!sin, an' In wa. awful "hurry. Hones',  baby, dat HI man musta had a 'gage-  ",-iont to be banded money, hee hee!  Me done come bam! right plum into  re, aa' Ah nachully grabs him.  ���������"it.! kin't let no IU' man bump into me  ^Utaway, an* not even ax him whar  h? think he gwine to go." >  "An' what den, Sam?" queried the  'wcr-f.n. grinning as widely as the  ghn-t himself over the narration.  The big fellow almost shook under  a g".le or' chuckles.  "An' den, hon." he resumed, "Ah  jes' happened to notice somepln he  *iad in his hand. Says Ah to blm, 'Lil  brown man, whaffo yo* run rotm' hotels dis houh ob de mawnln', carryln'  mirm  itrolt," whispered Brockett. "If he  iwere only uniformed ln the same sort  'of *ii*m costume, you couldn't tell  tbem apart."  i   "I wouldn't have believed," Solano  ^returned,  "that there could  be  two  iblack men as big as those, but here's  , the evidence before us. What's tbe use  |'of raising white hopes if the black  ' -ones grow as large as this monster?"  'AFTmVCArm/*  :7*rr9*mx#F  BIGGER'S DIAMONDS  Are carefully selected by an expert,  from the stocks of the largest Diamond  dealers of London and Amsterdam. Each selected gem is  mounted on the premises in our own factory. We can  therefore guarantee the ABSOLUTE PURITY of our  Diamonds and the workmanship and quality of our mount-  Geo. Q. Bigger  Jeweller and Diamond Merchant  143 Hastings Street, W.  III! tl ���������*������������������?��������� I'M <M II ! 11' I I M 1 -Mil III 111 At * * 111111111II * ���������  jwords were wafted to the astounded  ���������ears of the boys five feet away.  i "Ah say, hon," began tbe big fellow, "Ah'e suah got a 'sprlse fo' yo.  ;When Ah come in from Detroit yes-  tebday"���������tbe listeners almost toppled  over their chairs in their astonishment���������"Ah went right up to de ole  hotel whar Ah wobked las' wlnteh.  .Got a job as pohteh quick. . Dey alius  liked Big Sam 'round dehe, hee bee'  But de Job didn't las' long. Las' night  a big Dutchman, dat suah looked 15 k*  ready money, done buy de hotel, an'  gib us all one houh's notice to git out. j  Said he had people of his own dat!  herd put ln to do de wohk. He done'  paid me fo' de whole week, so Ah-  had no kick comin'."  "Yo' suttinly am lucky, Sam," com-'  meiiteu the billowy black lady.  "Ah, hon. dat ain't njuffin," laughed  tho big fellow.    "Jes' yo' wait till Ah  dcim icll yo' ebryting!    Ah didn't feel  like   goin'   out   huntin'   no   place   to  sleep, so Ah simply slips out, slips in  .igin-���������de Dutch pusson was too busy  !.o notice anybody comin' or goin'���������an'  ic':s   out  an   empty   room   dat   Ah  ;nowed   of on  de  fouhth  flooh.    Ab  ets   up   good   an'  eahly,  an'   stahts  own   de   hall,   real   quiet-like,  when  "hat  should come bumpin'  into me,  ton, but a man.   A lil bit of a man.  :on���������III brown man, Jes' like a China*  a thing like dat?' An' Jes' den Ah  heahs all sohts of noises roun' de  tuhn of de ball, an' Ah sees, right  quick, dat dis Ul man mus' be some-  ways disponslble to' all dese excitements. Ah makes one grab fo* de  thing be has in. bis hand, an' de 111  debbil try to stick me wiv a Jabknlfe.  Think of it, hon'���������tried to stick me.  Jus' same Ah was a plf!"  "Go on, go on, bt������by," urged tha  woman.   "Did be stick 70'?"  "Stick me, hon? Hee bee! Does  you see any places whar de daylight  comes froo me? Ah jus' gib him a  slap on.de wrist, an' his Jabknlfe fall  ���������udden. Den Ah takes from dat Hi  man de objeck he Is carryln'; Ab gib*  dat lil man one tremendlous good kick  dat lift him most up to de celling���������  an,' den, as de noises was growta*  atrongeh every minute, Ah done come-  away from dehe. De 111 man. fta runs  one way, Ah goes de otbeh, an' beah  Ah Is, wlv de bacon!"  "But, baby, yo' ain'i eben tola meh  what yo' got.   A pocket book f  "No, hon. It's eomeflo dlffrunt. Ah  decided dat Ah'd fib yo' a blf aub-  prlse, an' maybe mahsef" one too, ao  Ah neveh even looked Inside of it.  We'll open It an' go froo da thing  tofetbeh."  And so speaking tha mammoth ne-  gr<r tossed upon tbe table tho mlsslnf  belt so lately stolen from younf Harry  Brockett.  CHAPTER XVIM.  Just what happened between the  moment when tbe big negro brought  out the money-belt and the moment  when a full understanding of everyday affairs came back to Brockett and  : Solano, neither of those young men  could fully detail. There had been a  cyclone, closely followed by an earthquake, after which the roof bad fallen  ln, burying them under the timbers���������  at least, that was how tbey figured It  all out when they began to sit up and  take notice again. They found themselves ln a dark, almost pitch-black  region of obscurity and silence, with  a wooden settee systatntng their  j weight and a stone floor echoing to  the touch of their heels. They found  their headr aching fearfully, while sun*  dry bruised spots on their hacks, ribs  and shins demanded consolation. It  was so dark in tbeir new quarters that  they could not see themselves or each  ; other, but each of them felt himself  strangely soiled and dirty.  "How do you find yourself, Ramon?"  queried Brockett, striving to peer  across a few inches of midnight gloom  at his companion.  "Somewhat battered on the head;  somewhat damaged in the ribs and  knees; considerably mussed up as to  clothing, and, apparently, in Jail," returned the Cuban. "Otherwise I think  I am all right and perfectly happy.  Who pushed the building over on us,  anyhow?"  "I haven't the slightest idea," ruefully responded Brockett. "All I can  remember is making one grab at that  negro, while you tried to seize the belt.  Then things seemed -to go 'round and  'round, and I began to look through a  big telescope at the evening stars.  Did things Impress you that way?"  "Pretty much so," Ramon answered.  "I distinctly remember baving one  hand on that belt, and the other hand  on that large black man'a   necktie.  Then somebody turned oft: the-lights  for an instant, turned tbem on again,  much brighter than before*, and; then  turned them off'for keeps.. _ wonder  where we are?" .  "Jail, I believe you hinted. Probably the best place for us���������or for me,  anyway,., after scoring such a: failure  as this has been. I'm sorry L dragged  yon into such a piece of foolishness;"  "I came along entirely- ot my own  accord," said the Cuban,, "and I; don't  ���������think we have made a failure of the  expedition���������not yet. We- didn't get  the belt away from that negro���������true -  enough���������but we ar������ a great deal nearer to it than we were an hour before  we saw him. There can't be many  black men like that one; It's almost a  certainty that the Chicago-police know  him and can locate him, and I think  tbat when they find him he will' be  quite willing to listen to. reason."  "Yes���������but how about making the.police listen to reason first. In regard to  ourselves and our affairs?"  This was a problem which required:  weighty deliberation, and the unlucky,  wanderers had just started an, animated discussion when- there was a  clanging of iron and a grating of bolts.  Some one turned on, an electric light  nearby and the boys, blinking in. the:  gleam, bsw that they were the occupants of a dingy cell, perhaps eight  feet long by five wide, and: sumptuously furnished with a long wooden-  bench and an empty path The door  was slowly opeoisgv. and. the aperture  framed the bulky figure of a sturdy:  Irish pollcemajt. who chuckled good>  humoredly as he gazed In upon the-  captives, \           -;  (To be Continued;  CEDAR COTTAGE  Mr. Robert Edminson Hall of East  Collingwood, South Vancouver, and  Miss Frances Isabella Anderson of  New Westminster, were quietly married in St. John's church, Central  Park, Saturday last, the Rev. W.  Thomas Johnson officiating.  ^Mrs. T. Dauphinee, Cedar Cottage,  announces the engagement of hen  daughter, Kate McDougal, to Mr.  Frank Norman Hirst, manager of the  Bank of Hamilton, penticton, B. C,  the marriage to take place about tha  middle of October. ;  Mr. George oJhnson, hardware dealer, Victoria Rd,, is about to build a  branch store at corner ot Victoria  Rd. and 52nd avenue.  An addition to the Tecumseh school  is in process of construction.  Mr. F. W. Hall, real estate dealer,  Victoria Rd., near 32nd avenue, is  erecting a good-sized home for his own  occupancy. Mr. Standish Is the builder, while Mr. Rathie is doing tbe  plumbing.  Mr. Albert Price Is building a new  store attached to the front end of his  residence on Westminster Rd. near  corner of Victoria. Rd. It will -be  ready for occupany In about one  month. Mr. Price himself Will conduct a hardware and general store.  Mr. Price is a well known citizen of  South Vancouver, baving served for  tain on her fire department. He  a considerable period of time as cap-  resigned Just recently. The occasion  was celebrated by the gift of a fine  gold watch. It was presented to Capt.  Price by Reeve Kerr on behalf of the  firemen.  A collision between two cars occurred at Bank's avenue the other  day. A boy was injured at the rear  end of one car, which was crushed  in. It was sent to the depot tor repairs.  The South Vancouver Council have  erected a stone crusher at the corner of Westminster and Victoria  roads, which indicates more aggressive street improvements.  The Cedar Cottage Methodist  church observed its anniversary on  Sunday. The church) .was filled to  overflowing at the evening service.  The singing of Madam Yulisse of the  Fifth Avenue Baptist church was a  special attraction.  Rev. Medill of the Presbyterian  church, Victoria Drive, preached a  stirring sermon on "Sabbath Observance"  Sunday  evening.  Mr. Walter Simmons, of Dumfries  street, Cedar Cottage, died of Bright's  disease, Wednesday, September 18.  Funeral services were held Saturday.  On Sunday a memorial service was  conducted at the Cedar Cottage Baptist church by Rev. Calhoun, pastor.  Mr. Simmons waB an esteemed member of this society. The deceased  leaves behind a widow and two small  children.  The school officials of South Vancouver recently asked tenders for insuring school buildings in the municipality. Rates were offered as high  as ?17 per $1,000. The Cedar Realty  Co.. secured the contract at |8.40 per  $1,000.. Through the personal efforts  of Mr. Hugh A. Empey of this firm  the rate of insurance on South Vancouver schools has been lowered to  .$8'-40,vthus' saving the tax payers a  good sum. A few are still paying the  $17 rate.  A good: sized apartment house is  abput tobe erected on Stainsbury  avenue. , It will contain eight suites.  Mr., prosper Vernon is about to take  passages for New Zealand on a busi-  nesp and pleasure trip.  '.Mr. J%C. "Madill will soon erect a  factoryvat^the corner of B.C.E.R. and  Staihsbnry avenue for the manufacture of spring whiffle-trees and even-  ers. ���������  llritton & Magee have closed their  real estate office in Cedar Cottage.  LEADER GROCERY.  Mr. Jess Wearn, proprietor of the  Leader Grocery, corner of Victpria arid  Bodwell Roads, was born at Portsmouth, England, June 22, 1877^ , In  young manhood he learned the baker's trade, which he followed several  years. He later served for some time  in the nevy. On July 21, 1901, he  was happily married to Miss Mary  Briton, also of Portsmouth.  Hearing, like thousands of others,  tile entrancing stories of opportunity  to rise which Canada offered to rich',  and poor alike, be set out in 1906 for  t he new world and landed in Winnipeg.   Here he remained but one year, >  when allured by the fame of the terminal city he boarded the train for  Vancouver  arid  pushed his  way at-  once to Cedar Cottage, where he has  since resided.   He engaged in baking  until two years ago, when he built  his present place of busines on Victoria.  Road,?    where    he    has    already  built up an excellent patronage*  Mr.' Wearn informed the writer that;  his father spent three years in Canada about 65 years ago.  Like thousands. ',of othjH*s Mr:  Wearn is. enthusiastic over the city  of his adoption and has great anticipations of Vancouver's future immen*  sity. We would call the attention of.  our readers in his vicinity to his  **ad" twhich 'will tye Bound "n our  columns.  All cooking utensils shduUU.be  washed with soda immediately after  'bey have been used, which will remove every trace of grease.  PHONE: Fairmont 1^95  wm. Raime  a������r. Victoria and Westminster Roads  Jobbing Promptly Atten<l-d i������^  Estimates Furnished Free.  Pietance no object.  CcdfrCoitMe P.O., SoMlh Vision ver.JU.  s. rAw-cw  qaa*wrwm ... m%44������my*m*n  Every description of Second-  Hand. Furniture Bought or Sold.  Highest Prices Given, Lowest  Prices Charged.  Cei(������r Cortege Fuel Supply  Terms Cass  for cool unci Wood  Phone IMirmoiit *M  Order office 3418 Commercial Street  Cedar Cottage, adjo'ning car terminus  Victoria Road  Meat Market  554S Victoria Rood  Fresh and Salt Meats  Fish, Ham and Green  Vegetables  Orders called for and delivered  at lowest prices  Every Line a Special  ��������� AT  E. BENNETT, Cash Grocer  Opposite fire Hall, Cedar Cottage  Delivery to any part. ���������-'*---  -���������"������?r--?=?"V* -:-**"***^?"?T.:;\* ���������*?.-' '���������XX-T-'*?~&&:<\Qtf1;}?-i:p&ts^iX?&iK  : N - \  :/<  THE WESTERN CALI_  PHONE: Collingwood 8L  Box 236 Moray k 6.  KEEFER SUPPl^ STORE  (Robert J. Burgess ,Mgr.)  . Groceries, Prov'si3ns, Flour,  Feed,   Crockery,   Glass  Fruit and Green  Vegetables  5"-,; Discount. for'Casli.  ������erms:   Strictly 30 days nett  Cor. McKay & Westminster R Js.  We dew ver Stumping Powder  Tuesdays and Fridays only.  If yon are not satisfied with your  present Grocer call or phoue us and wc  will send our man to. call ou yon at  once. We are proud of onr store and  would like to have yon see it. Our men  are the best that money can buy and  we guarantee ������o ���������ntitify onr customers  both in soliciting orders and in our  delivery. . '  Your orders called for and  promptly delivered  I- <��������� ���������!' !��������� ���������!*���������-��������� ���������!��������� ������������������������ t- ���������!��������� ���������,��������� ���������!��������� !��������� ���������!��������� ���������! ���������!��������� ���������!��������� ���������!������������������!��������� 't-t- ���������!��������������������������������� ���������!��������� ���������t"������*l ******* 111II II11MHH11H  ���������<Mmgwoodr CmtyraX Pa/rk  F. t HARMER, Representative  McKAYP. Oi, McKAY, B.C.  Advertising copy and News Items should ba sent in to above, address  by Tuesday evening-of every week. :-'v\ ��������� . ���������'  '."**4?4l^******************** ***>1f4f****+**************+4%    ���������      ' s_ * ?V, -^i  CENTRAL   PARK    AGRICULTURAL  ASSOCIATION   AND' FARMERS' INSTITUTE  Annual   Exhibition   Held   September  12 and 13, 1912, Central  Park, B.C.  ������l������*a������������'a������-a-������>������-������ a * ���������������������������������������������*<  ���������-V  Do Youftftow  We handle a Pull Line of  Vegetables which are always  Fresh... ' '��������� 7; ���������":;':"':.;,  Butter, fully guaranteed to suit  the most particular, 8 lbs.. ,?1.Q0  Eggs, the same as you buy from  your neighbors, 3doz. for. .$1,00  Raspberries at the 1 lowest market price each da v.  Since we ^have a cold storage  plant of the'very best, we can  always guarantee a full line of  the best meats.  McKay    -   .*-   H-C-  Phone Collingwood 69  -���������-*>"���������������������������������������������*>������������������*���������������������������������  Pbone:  " Collingwood 18  Box 22  CollingwovMi  &SQN  R���������<M  Estate  Agents  JUTtCt MAPN.COUKMiVOOP CA&T  fe have some oUhebffstUutl  ding Lots In the Collfngwuod  District  4:ets on Joyce St. from $900 up  ���������}4 acre on Joyce St. with 3-room  Cottage, $3250; good terms.  2 gobd lots, $U25 ; $89 cash, bal.  $10 per month.  Other lots from $125 up on very  easy terms.  This was one of the best shows ever  held by the Association, particularly  the poultry division. List of awards  in poultry division:��������� .  Plymouth Reeks, Barred.  Surprise Poultry YardB���������I, 2, 3 cock;  1 hen; 1, 2, 3, cockerel; 2nd pen. *  ftAbt. -Wilson���������=2 heni  4 cockerel;   1,  2t>3. 4. pullet; 1 pen.  Plymouth Rocks, White.  Surprise    Poultry Yard*���������1,    2,    3  cock; 1, 2, 4 hen; I, 2, 3 cockerel; ',  2 :i pullet; X2^ pen.  Wilson Bros?��������� 4th cock.  George Simpler���������3rd hen.  Children's Aid  Society���������4th  pullet.  Ply mouth* Rock*, Buff.  '  Surprise Poultry Yards���������-1, 4 cock;  2,  4 hen; .2^cockerel;   2  pullet;   1st  pen.  E. J.' Chesterfield���������-2 cock; 1 hen;  3rd ipen.  ,...C."H, Silcox���������3 cock; 3^ hen.  Wm. Walker���������1, ������ cockerel; f, 3, 4  pullet; -2nd pen.  ���������Golden Laced Wyandottes.  Surprise Poultry Yards���������2 cock; 1,  2, 3 cockerel; I, 2, 3 pullet; 2nd pen.  Rev. C. J-cDlarmid���������1 cock, 1, 2, 3  hen; 1st pen.  Silver Laced Wyandottes.  *Xrm. Walker���������1 cock- 1, 2, 3 hen;  1st pen.  ���������  J. J. Jackson, 1st cockerel.  White ttWyandottetl  -  E...B. Cale���������.4 cock; 2 hen; 1 pullet;  2 pen.    '   >''���������' ��������� '[���������'"'"'���������,  Surprise/Poultry Yards���������1, 2, 3  cock; 1, 4 hen:; 1. 2, 4 cockerel; 3  pullet;;  1��������� 3 .pen. y.  Royal Oak Poultry Farm���������3 hem  D. WlShart���������4 pullet,  F. J. Russell���������4tb pen.  1.  Helliwell���������Srd^cockerel.  Chi! dren's Aid  Society���������2nd  pullet.  Buff Wyandottes.  E. J. Chesterfleld���������1st cock; Srd  hen.  E. B. Cale���������2nd cock; 1. 2 hen; 1,  2, 3 cockerel;  1, 2, 3 pullet;  1st pen.  Wilson Bros.���������3rd  cock;   4th��������� hen;  4th cockerel;  4th puUet; 2nd pen.  8ilver Penciled. Wyandottes.  E. B. Cale���������1st cock; 1, 2 hen; 1  cockerel;  1st pullet; 1st pen.  Partridge Wyandbttes.  Richard Wilson���������2nd cock; 1st hen;  2nd cockerel; 4th pullet;  3rd pen.  Surprise Poultry Yards���������1st cock;  2, 3 4 hen; 1. 3. 4 cockerel; 1, 2, 3  pullet;   1, 2 pen.  Columbian Wyandottes.  Surprise Poultry Yards���������-\, 2,. 3  cock; 1,2,3 hen;. 1, 3 cockerel; 1, 3  pullet;  I, 2 pen.  E. B. Cale���������4th hen; 2nd cockerel;  ^th pullet; 3rd pen.  Red Feather Poultry Ranch���������4th  cock; 2nd pullet; 4th pen.  Rhode Island Reds, Single Comb.  Red Feather Poultry Ranch���������1, 2  cock; 1, 3 hen; 4 cockerel; 1, 4 pen.  E. B. C'ale-r3rd cock; 2nd hen; 1,  2, 3 cockerel;  4th pullet; 2nd pen.  Wilson Bros.���������4th cock.  F. H. Hincs���������4th hen: 3rd pullet.  ' Robt. Wilson���������1, 2 "pullet; Srd pen.  Rhode Island Reds, Rose Comb.  Red" Feather Poultry Ranch���������1, 3, 4  cock; 2, 3, 4 hen; 4 cockerel; 2, 4 pen.  Wilson  Bros.���������-2nd  cock;   1st hen:  ���������ird pullet; 3rd pen.  J. W. Irwin���������1, 2, 3 cockerel;  1, 2, 4  pullet; 1st pen.  White  Leghorns, Single Comb.  Standard Poultry Hanch���������1st cock;  2nd hen; Srd cockerel; 4th pullet.  D. M. Ross���������2nd cock; 1, 4 hen; 2.  4 cockerel:  3rd pullet;  1st pen.  Geo. Simpler���������3rd cock.  John S. Sinclair���������1st cockerel.  Wilson Bros.���������Srd hen; Srd pen.  E. J. Chesterfield���������1st pullet;    2nd  pen.  Royal Qak Poultry Farm���������2 pullet.  Black Leghorns.  Richard Aviisbri���������1st cock;   1.  2. 3  hen;  1, 2 cockerel;   1, 2, 3, 4 pullet;  I, 2, 3 pen.   .  Brown Legtrsrns, Rose Comb.  A. II.' Teppar���������1, 2, 3 cock;   1, 2, 4  ben; 1st pen.  Brown Leghorns, Single Comb.  A. H. Peppar���������1st hen.  F. J. Russell���������2nd pullet; 3, 4 cockerel. ���������'���������������������������-    ..������������������'"���������.������������������  . J. S. Connor--lst cockerel; 3, 4 pul-  iet.   "    '(���������'  Jes.*.!".. '.ac���������2nd cockerel;  1st pullet.  Buff Leghcrns, Rose Comb.  Geo. Routley���������1st cock^ 1, 2 pullet;  1st pen.  Buff Leghorns, Single Comb.  Geb; Simpler���������1st cock; 1. 2, 3 cock-  are!; 1st pen.  Geo.   Routley���������3,   4  hen;   Srd   pen:  tth cockerel. .      N -'  My J.  Luno���������1st  hen;     1st  pullet;  2nd pen.  Rev. Fleming���������2nd hen.  -... -i-- ���������;'":' Anconaa.  Wilson Bros.���������1st cock; 2nd hen; 1st  cockerel;  1, 2 pullet; .lstNpen.  '   Geo.'Routley���������1, 3 hen. .  Black. Minorcas, Single Comb. v.  Geo. Simpler���������1st cock;  1, 2 cock  erel; 1, 2, 3 pullet; 1st pen.  Wm. Walker��������� 1, 2, 3 hen; 2nd cock;  2nd pen.s    1  Wlleoif Bros.���������4th  hen;   4th pullet.  Black Minorcas, Rose Comb.  Win. Walker���������1st pullet.  White Minorcas.  Wra.r' Walker;t-3rd copk;   1. 3. hen;  2nd pen.  Wilson  Bros���������2nd cock;  2, 4 hen;  2nd pullet; 1st pen.  Andaluslans.  Q. A. Mould- 1st cock;  1, . '  !, 2, 3 pullet;  1st pen.  Clarence Frowen���������1st cockerel  pullet.  Buff Orpingtons.  W. Lascelles���������1, 3, 4 cock;  4th cockerel; 2, .'! pullet;   1,  Nekvou s PjEBiarrr  TOIL  fcerv001  t-cefuil  ��������� ,.^.. . _ _,-*- , jTWEKT **H1 cure you and make ��������� man of  MeriUteOue_c������ lht).&..in ux-'o.aesarJvts, tha IAj4 puriiiet so tint all  tilotclma���������4 i���������eera be���������i up; ths iwrves fcccorrio tiroai? t.s Etc l. m tbat  ~ tashfulnes ������sdd������t*poB<leiicy (lismp-ieur: ty.i e;- s leeome bright., ths  c'tsr.tneTTnturaiioto bo<1j% a=l thn ������ncr !, pliy-lcal a:id m������ntal   at* Itnijutmel; rA dr-taa ccm<j���������r.ci rore vit.l vnata ftwn the rvMem.  Yoa fed jrouraetfam-naBi know m-irr'ar) caanot bo a faUure.   Don't let quacks  aadf-Ui-robyoaof your bard caruttd doiUw.  VT IfO HAM-S USE������ WITHOUT WimTEK CONSENT  THflCATCNtP WITH PARALYSE  Prter 12. Sanune��������� relates btaerperleocts:  -IwaatrouUedw:.- l.e:-vou������I*Ullty  .forncay -*c_n.   I lr.r It to iadiscreticu  a_1 o_o������������������sa In youai.  I be���������a_a very  de;-*���������Jet��������� and uun't, care vli.Qtcr I  Korlced or oot.   J ina^cd everybody  who Jookad at me gu-oed my secret.  . ImsetastlTe dresras at nlgbt weakened ,  |iue���������my back acbed, had pains In the  -my , , r __.  'backof my bead, bacds*a_d1 feet were  cold, tiradla _������ *aor_!a(-, ]  s$**.  fe  serene trca-ras-iT  fln-f���������_ Were sb*-7. ejo* _fc:rrc_, hze  loose, vuaaaPf peer, eta  Jf.ualnessia  thefm^crssctln���������od i*:') doctsrtoM ko  Lo feared paralysla.  I took ail kbds of  me*J���������_cs ana   tried many flrit-cbsa  , pliys'ciaids, wore en e'ectrt:* belt for three,  months,  titt  received little benefit.  I������  wisiiduoedto concr.lt Era. Kennedy' ���������  Kennedy, thou-rh I bad kst pll faitu in  doctors. Llkeedro���������tilasiuaa I co*a-nonc-;(l the New Method Trbatkert and it  saved my life: The tamo-re-awnt-irr,*, Ii:rg nairio���������I eouli feet the vigor f-clng through  th* nerves. Iw_*cti*edme_t_uy*-_p::ysb*-iy. I have cent tbem many p-tienta  andcostinoeto do so.  CUMS GUARANTECO OR NO PAY  W������ trttat aad ��������������������� VA**f*COS*! Vt**C*f& IRXVOUS DLBILTY, BLOOD AND  t*|-NARYCO*_**IJU*aB. J_0N������ir aWBLAOD-R D13_ASES aad _aDiaa_M������  Arttn TRCATMCNT  COH5ULTATIO** FREE.  Blsstrlsr Horn* Ti-Unwat.  books rn_E. ifi  1 to caD write Car a Qttas-o-  Drs.KENNE_3Y&KENNEDY  Cor. Michigan Ave and Griswold St, Detroit, Mich.  I||l*|**>l|a***j AU letters from Canada most be addressed  HV 1 lyt���������i to our Canadian Correspondence Depart-  *B*a***a**as*B_|*Bia*Bs*a tnent in Windsor, Ont. If yon desire to,  see us personally call at onr Medical Institute in Detroit as we' see and treat  tso p__e_ts in our Windsor offices which are for Correspondence and.  1/aboratory for Canadian business ouly.   Address all letters as foJlows:  WIS. KENNEDY 9t at-ENNEDY, Wia-iaor, Oa*.  JMtote  Mrs. J.  '. 2 hen;  1 pens.  Wm. Walker���������2nd coek:  3, 4  hen;  1, 2, 3 cockerel;  1, 4 pullet; 2nd pen.  Robert Reid���������4th pen.  Black Orpingtons.  Surpiise Poultry Yards���������1,3 cockerel;  I, 2 pullet; 3rd hen; 2nd pen.  Wilson Bros.���������4th hen.  Wm. Walker���������1, 2, 3 cock; 1, 2 hen;  2, 1 cockerel; 3, 4 pullet; 1, 3 pens.  White Orpingtons.  F. J. Ades���������1st cock; 3rd hen; 2nd  :.)en.  Red "Feather Poultry Ranch���������2nd  ?ock; 2nd hen; 3rd pen.  Surprise Poultry Yards���������3rd cock;  .nd cockerel;  2nd pullet.  Geo. Simpler���������4th cock.  VVm. Walker���������1st lien; 1st cockerel; 1st pen.  F.  K.  Davis���������4th hen.  F. Sharpe���������4th cockerel: 4th pullet.  Robt. Barker���������Srd cockerel.  Mrs. .1. W. Lascelles��������� 1st pullet.  John Barton--3rd pullet; 4th pen.  Silver Grey Dorkings.  H. H. Christ���������1st cockerel; 1st pullet.  W. Miller Higgs���������2. 3, 4 pullet.  Geo. Routley���������1st cock; 1, 2, 3 hen;  l8t pen.  '  Houdans.  Mrs. .VI. B. Smith���������2nd cock; 1st  hen;  1st pen.  Wilson Bros.���������3, 4 hen. .  G. H. Silcox���������1st pullet; 2nd hen.  Faverolles.  H. H. Christ���������1st cock;   1,  2  cockerel;   2, 3 pullet;   1st pen.  G. H. Gray���������1st pullet.  Mrs. Jinks���������1, 2, 3 hens.  Polish.  C. F. Ijockhart, all awards.  Silver Spangled  Hamburg*.  Mrs.   M.   B.   Smith���������1st  cock;     1st  cockerel.  J. J. Jackson���������2nd cockerel; 3, 4  pullet;  2nd pen.  Clarence Frowen���������2nd cock; 1, 2, 3  hen; Srd cockerel; 1, 2 pullet; 1st pen.  12, 4 hen;  1, 2, 3 cockerel;  1, 2, 3  pullet; 1st pen.  ^larince   Frowen���������Srd    hen;    2nd,  cbckf 2hdVpen.        >...v     :'  ' ��������� yy.;  C. F.;>Lockhart-r-r3 pen. '  xi    White Cornish Game.  Wm..jiairies4-1,:2, 3 cockerel; 1, 2, 3  pullet; 1st pen. ^  H; H. Grist���������1st cock; 1st hen; 4tfc  cockerel; 4th pullet, t '���������  '';/ 'Pit Game.    ...  T, M. Tyson���������1st\cock; 1, 2 hen; 1,  2 cockerel; 1,1* pullet.  Game Bantams, Brown Red.  J. Stonehouse���������l:;t coclt; 1st hen. .  Silver Duckwing.  J. M. B. Smith���������1st cock; I, 2 hen;  2nd pullet.  Leonard  Fowler���������1st. cockerel;   1st  pullet.  Red Pyie.  J. Stonehouse���������1st cock; 2, S cockerel;  1, 2 pullet.N  A.  H. Hortin���������2nd cock;   1st hen;  4th cockerel; 4th pullet.  -  Ed. Bearcroft���������1st cock; 3rd pullet.  Old English Black Red.  Red   Feather - Poultry  Ranch���������2,  3  cock; 1, 2, 3 ben; 1st pullet; 1st pen.  T. M. Tyson���������1st tock; 4th hen. '  Black African, Ross Comb.;  E. B. Cale���������1, 4 cock; 1, 4 hen.  Wm.  Walker���������2nd cock;  2nd hen.  Richard Wllsb#---3rd cock; 3rd hen;  1. 2, 3 cockerel;-ir2, 3 pullet; 1st pen.  White African. Rose Comb.  Surprise Poultry Yards���������2nd cock:  1, 2, 3 cockerel; 1, 2, 3 pullet.     ^  E. B. Cale���������I St cock;  1st hen.  8ilver Sebright:' ,  J. Stonehouse���������1, 2, 3 hen.  White Cochin.  Wm.   Walker���������1st  cock;   1st   cockerel; 1, 2 hen; 1st pullet; 1st pen.  Buff Cochin. ,        -  E. B.: Cale���������1st cock; 2, 3 hen; 2. ?.  ^o'ke'el;   1st pullet;   1st pen.  Edl   Bearcroft���������1st    cockerel;    2nd  'cock.  Richard Wilson���������Srd cock; 4th hen.  J. Stonehouse���������1st hen.  F. H. Hines���������4th cock.  Black Coch'ns.    ..  E. B. Cale���������2nd cock;  1, 2, 3 hen;  1st pen. -������������������.-*���������'  Richard Wilson���������1st cock.  Wm.' Walker^-lst cockerel; 1st pullet.        ���������._.;. ,* '��������� .-.; ,y\ __  ; ���������  Bantams, A. O. V.  -E. B, Cale���������let cock; 4, 3, 4 hen;  1st pullet; 1st cockerel; 1st pen.  W. Miller Higgs-2nd hen.     <  Turkeys.  Royal Oak Poultry Farm���������1st.  White Pekin Ducks.  Wm. James���������1, 2 drake; 1, 2 duck.  Wm. Cooper���������3rd drake.  Standard Poultry Ranch���������4th drake.  Aletbtiry Ducks.  Wm. Cooper���������1st drake; 2nd duck  F. Hammond���������2nd drake; 1st duck.  Indian Runner.  Wm. Cooper���������1st drake;, V������t duck.  < ��������� Geeie.  j    Wm vWallter���������1, 2. 3 gander:   1|; 2  4th j goose. :;  Utility Pens.  Mrs. J. W. Lascelles, 1st;   William  Walker. 2nd. ',  Egg and Broiler Production l*ens.  I). M. Ross, 1st; Wm. Walker, 2nd;  E. J. Chesterfield, 3rd;  F. J. Russell,  !th.  ��������� Display of Poultry.  Surprise  Poultry  Yards, 1st;    .Wm.  Walker, 2nd.  White Eggs.  D.   M.  Ross,  1st:   Royal Oak  Poultry   Farm,  2nd;   Children's    Aid   So-  ���������iet.v, 3rd; C. H. Rose. 4th.  Tinted and Brown Eggs.  Royal"     Oak     Poultry     Farm���������All  ;iwards. :,  Dressed Fowls.  Royal Oak  Poultry Farm, 1st:  Mrs.  Ambrose, 2nd:  Mrs. Frowen, 3rd.  Dressed Ducks.  Royal Oak Poultry Farm, 1st;  Mrs.  Ambrose, 2nd.  aa-ak  Wes$ Burnaby Pharmacy  A first-class DRUG STOKE now open for business.  Corner   Sussex   Avenue   and  Westminster  Road  (Opposite West Burnaby School)  Drugs, Stationery, Confections, Cigars  Special care Utken with Prescriptions. A   visit,  will  be  appreciated.  muck  GILBERT J. SPEARS  DRUGGIST  L.;s jy .v^-a  h$t S*  .sai-"s  IIIIIMIII  '������***. t * * *  *  ******. *'.m *������*������������*. t ���������*���������������>._.������.���������.������  Summer Time-Just a Word With You  1 '   ' '   ������������������" 1     1     1   t i.. >if  This is the best time to re-paint your house or buildings,  fences, etc. We carry a full stock of Paints, Oils, Varnishes  Painter's Supplies, etc., and the prices ARE RIGHT.  The Royal Hardware Co.  Cor.McKay and Westminster Rd. Orders Solicited and Delivered  Phone Collingwood 73  Ulllllllllllllll    '  a'������ 1 1 1 n i 1 ������^.������<������a*i  n ������ * * ���������������_-*������_**-*������.***-*������  Central Park  Opposite Agricultural Hall  Hardware, Paints, Oils, Builders' Supplies  Stoves, Ranges and Kitchenware  <  Special prices on Ranges,  them.  Call in and see  Before letting your Painting and Peperhanging see  H  .- ���������'���������'������������������������������������    ������������������-'������������������.���������yy.'  ���������'.:'   '���������'���������      a   -,  for the best and most artistic work  Mncojn Avenue, CoHiiHjwood P. 0.  ORAiyT PHIPPS  VIBIN0, f ITTIN0S, nXTURf-S  ��������� Estimates on aU classes of electrical work  Joyce Koad  hen; 1  &B-I- THEATRE  Open every evening, 7:30 to 10.30.  JOVCe   ROAP  PAST CO^INqWOOP  Tbj innviu������r picture showu nt tliis theatre are of the very best obttiin-  ablt, notiiing nbjectiouuble is allowtnl by the management.  Amusing Instructive Educational  Saturday Matinee, 3-P. M*  Change of Programme every day. Good Music.  Black Red Game.  Allan Graham���������1, 2, 3 cock;  hen;  1, 2, 3 cockerel:  1. 2, 3  1st pen.  Dark Cernish Game.  Surprise  Poultry Yards���������1st  1, 2. 3  pullet;  cock;  INTERNATIONAL ORDER O? GOOD!  TEMPLARS |  SI'RIN'f.RIDWE l-ODGIi NO. 7!������.       i  "SpiirKridRe"   Lodge   No.  70.  ln������ei  !  ;iation?^l Order of Good   I'eniiXHrs. a*;!  tpual   hold  their  weekly  nie*������Uii������; on  ���������'riday  evening, 20th    inst.,    in    th������  "edar  Cottage     Hall.   Victoria   Road.  n the absence of the Chief Templar j  he session was opened  by  the Vice I  Templar.    Two  additional    alternate j  Jrand   l.o-'lge    representatives    were}  ���������lec-ted. j  Advice from Grand Secretary show-:  id that session to be hefd at Nanaimo,  vas   being   postponed   one  day    and j  .vould be called for S:?0 a.m. Thurs- j  lay, 20ih  inst.,  continuing until   Fri-1  lay afternoon. j  fn  order to be  on   time  it  will  be j  lecessary   for delegates  to  catch  the j  3.S. "PriuceEs Patricia," sailing from i  /ancouver at  6:30  p.m.. Wednesday,!  ���������,15th.    S.S. '���������Charmer-' sails on Thurs j  .lay morning at 8, arriving at Nanaimo j  it  11   a.m., and  S.S. ''Princess    Pat-'  ���������icia" again leaves at 10, arriving at i  he coal  city at   noon.    All steamers j  'rom C. P. R. dock No. 3. j  C. F. TIM MS.  Press Correspondent.  DOING WHAT?  Why, eating PERFECTION HOME MADE  LOAF, and they all say it can't be beat.  Made in a Sanitary Bakery.  ���������' The Perfection Loaf contains all the necessary  ;   ingredients that go   to   make   a   nutritious  satisfying meal.   Our customers say *��������� It's just  like mother's."  T Have you tried our Cakes? We have nothing  but the best". We make Madeira, Cherry, .Premier Cakes, also Buns. Scones, etc.   We can  satisfy you.  Rowantree Bakery  CENTRAL PARK P. H. DURRANT, Prop.  All leading Grocers supply Our Bread.  ERNEST SHAW, D.C. HORSESHOEING  (Doctor of Chiropractic)  250 22nd Ave. E.  Close to Main Street  Office Hours:   l:3:)to*6.  NervousJTroubles ard Chronic  Dis-  If a lablespoonful of sweet milk Is ; eases givcr^pecial attention. Epilepsy,  added to each yolk of egg when mak-1 ,,   ,r..    ,_, ������,-,..       *-     ,   .  ing custards, the mixture will not cur- i St* V,tus.Dance. Sc.at.ca, Headaches,  die when added to the boiling milk. [ female Troubles, e!c.  MILLS & HOOKER  Practical Horse Sheers  And General Blacksmith  Registered un*!er the   Wn-������*������Nfu  Company of Farriers. Ixmdon, Ena*.   *  Thorough knowledge of An-  : atomy.   Special attention given  to.defective feet.   Repairs of all.  kinds prom*,tly anl thoroughly  i done.  ' CVROEOpposite West Burnaby Schoo  Give us a trial.  A frpy  ;������������������**���������(*��������������� *)!���������   ��������� ... ���������.'���������     ...'  am  yyyrMW"Wf^^y^^^yy^^^W-  7 ���������-��������� ���������  TFF, WESTERN CALL.  Bargains are Bargains  Fine large size Copper Kettles, heavily nickel plated, best make, regular  selling line of $2.00 and up, $1.25  Our Pre-Xmas Sale  is running very rapidly.   All Summer Goods must go.   Hammocks, Refrigerators,  Meat Safes, Picnic and Camping requisisites go at half or less.  Some good lilies in Kitchen Sundries.  ENAMEL W^_RE  Large size pitchers in white and grey,  regular $1.50      -      -      -      90c  10 inch plates, reg. 15c each,  2 for 15c  Largest size Tea and Coffeepots, white  blue and grey      -      -     -      50c  SAD IRONS  Set Mrs. Potts and stand  Set "Dover" latest patent  Set Asbestos, best  $1.35  $1.85  $2.50  Phone:  THE HONIQ STORES _?  * 56-58 and 60 HASTINGS STREET EAST  3472  3473  *__S_r  CITY  Large Sum Needed for Meters.  Por the Immecfiate    purchase    of  water meters the sum of   13,550   IS  needed, according to a report of the  .city engineer, given to the water committee Thursday afternoon. In the  estimates for the year 130,000 was laid  ���������aide fo meters, and this amount was  'cut down first to f20,000, and then to  UUfi**.     This the city engineer sayc  , iff. ,6-dtausted, and a further sum of  16699 !��������� needed, and part of that immediately.  prisoner Maes Hie Escape.  Oscar Anderson, at 9 o'clock Friday  mornitig, made bis escape from the  provincial prison farm at Burnaby  where he was doing time for an offence committed recently in New  Westminster. This afternoon he had  not been recaptured.  Pickpockets Are at WOrk.  Captain Anderson. 1257 Melville  street, felt a thief, band in his poc-  fcet Thursday afternoon while riding'  On a streetcar near Stanley Park. The  man was too quick for the captain,  However, and he could not be sure  when be looked around which one of  a' dozen men It was. When he  searched bis pockets he found that a  pocketbook containing a hundred dol-  , lars in ten-dollar bills bad been stolen.  Many others have reported losses.  Infant Killed by Falling Tree.  little one-montr-old Harry Cook, the  son of Mr. and Mrs. Waldemar Cook,  was brained by a falling tree and died  a few minutes later.  After the procession the parents  bf the child went to see some friends  at 512 Cordova street When they  finally retuned to their tent ' they  found the place wricked by the tree  whlcr, as the result of the Wind which  Mew yesterday afternoon, fell directly  across the little domicile.  Refused te Pay His Pell Tax.  South Vancouver, Sept. 18.���������-Por refusing to pay his poll tax the proprietor of the Mow Hay Gordons Company  was this morning fined $48 or in default 30 days' Imprisonment, by Magistrate McArthur.  The evidence of Mr. H. BrocritSv :M#jr  tax collector, went to show that defendant had not only refused to pay  his own tax but had also refused to  supply the authlrities with lnforma-  concemins his employees.  Refused to Take Women to Jail.  What has Leconte of Maud James  and "Billie Howard?  The women were former residents  of the restricted district on Alexander street and two weeks ago tbey  were sentenced by Maagistrate Soutli  to serve twelve months In prison, hard  labor being ordered for tbem- In  due course the women were taken to  the provincial jail at New Westminster by a Vancouver police constable  who carried with blm the necessary  commitment papers.  The authorities at tbe jail would  not accept tbe custody of the women  Sleeping in a tent at the corner  of J3ightb avenue and Dunbar street, j The Vancouver constable, whose duty,  While his father and mother watered, jt is said,.ceased when re had tender-  , t&e procession of Thursday afternoon, I ed the commitment papers and the  women to tbe authorities at the provincial jail, did not bring tbem back  .FURNITURE  If you hare to Furnish a  Homo, a room, or perhaps you  only want a single piece to fill  in, you"will find you can do  better here than elsewhere.  Call and aee me. I will be  pleased to quote you prices.  IttntMlf II IMU Fornl.WBB,*.  CI* f | HI? fATHHTI.  a. 4.  991 Cordova  MeQIpllend  a West, Cor. Cambie  DRESSMAKING, RENOVATING  Underclothing. Children's  Garments, Bachelor's  Mending.  MRS, LESTER  Smith Avenue       -      Central Park ]  The Queen Tea Rooms  618 Oranvil le Street  Luncheon and Afternoon  Teas a Specialty  to Vancouver.  I   The wom:n are not in the provincial jail, it is asserted, and no person can be found who knows where  ! they are.     They have simply dlsap-  ��������� peared.     If tbey are in custody any-  , where no person can be found who  can point to the place of tbelr incarceration.       The    Vancouver    police  knew nothing of the whereabouts ot  tre women, it is stated.  It is reported from' New Westminster that the jailer at the provincial  jail would not accept the women be*  cause he had been instructed by the  warden not o accept any of the  Alexander street women committed  from Vancouver. We' understand  the matter is to be investigated.  Tracks Are Laid,  The British Columbia Electric Railway Company has finished paving the  street within the radius of their two  tracks on Commercial drive from  First avenue to Tenth and the Bithul-  tic Company are fast finishing their  part of tbe work.  GRANDVIEW.  '���������'!���������,  RALLY DAY NEXT 8UNDAY.  At Grandview Methodist Church,  corner Venables Street and Victoria  Drive, will be a Grand Rally next Sunday. The morning service will be for  the children and all the Sunday School  will sing. In the afternoon the S. S.  will be held in the body of the Church  arid' special services will be conducted.  In the evening will be another special  service, making the whole day a real  "Rally Day." A large attendance Is  expected as this Is really "Children's  Day" and "Rally Day" combined. -Every one is welcome. Come and hear  these services at 11 a. m., 2:30 p. m.  and 7:30 p. m. In Grandview Methodist  Church. '��������� ' yr,v ' '  This gives already a little idea of  the fine appearance the finished work  will show.  Duke Salutes Flag.  When Hla Royal Highness the Duke  of Connaught, was visiting Grandview,  during his recent vtalt here, he was  me at the corner of Grant street and  Victtorla drive with a most impressive  spectacle. It was the largest British  flag in Vancouver, owned by ������. F.  Odium, son of the noted Professo.r Odium. Mr. Odium bad by the use of  the flags used in the signs! service code  spelled out the word "Welcome," beneath, the splendid large banner already mentioned.- W&eo the Duke  passed this, and read in the- language of the signal service the word,  "Welcome," he reverently lifted his  bat as he passed beneath its ample  folds. This notable emblem or tbe  world's greatest empire is 12 feet by  24 feet.v M>. Odium has reason to be  proud of his mampnth flag, and can  now .preserve It as ah historic tress-  we*  The Gully Being Filled.  , The Gully that runs paralel with  Commercial drive, crossing the  avenues east of the drive a short distance is being filled where the  avenues cross it. Two or three have  already been filled and tbe same treatment wil be accorded all the avenues  we are told. This wlU be a very desirable Improvement.  Mrs. Richmond Improving.  Mrs. J. I. Richmond, wife of the proprietor of Richmond's Bazaar, who is  in Ireland visiting friends, suffered a  serious nervous shock as a result of  being in a train wreck east of Calgary,  on her way to Montreal. When she  arrived in Ireland she collapsed. Her  many friends will be glad to learn  that she is' Improving. As soon as  her health will permit she will return home.  FOR THE HUNTING  Guns and  Rifles  Every make whicb we know to he reliable and effective ip in onr stock, all  calibres and gtrnges.   Tbe widest range and largest stock of ammunition in  the country.  A copy of onr Synopsis of the B. C. Game Act. free for the asking:  TISDMLLS LIMITED  (Successors to Chas. E. Tisdall)  618-620 Hastings St., West  -***r A "iTT C |*| Girls and boys, men and women, to learn stenography  \VAllIEU==at Boyd's Shorthand Institute, 7(h������ Dunsmuir St.  Only 6 to 8 weeks to become competent. Individual instruction. Many  calls for stenographers daily.   Complete course $43.00.  Boyd's Shorthand Institute Dunsmuir  The September Rod and Gun.  Bonnycastle Dale's "Every Day  Scene "with the Indian Trapper" opens  the September issue of Rod and Gun  in Canada. The Adventures of a German Hunter in America, being a  translation from the German by Hon.  William Renwick Riddell, L.H.D., etc.,  relates the experiences of Preidrick  Gerstacker, who visited America in  1837, and went bear hunting in the  Ozark mountains. This is ''some bear  story." Duck Hunting is given considerable attention in this issue, and  includes Duck shooting on the river  Scugog, at Long Point, on the St.  Lawrence, in the Kootenay district,  and'an amusing Western tale entitled  "Hunting in Sage Brush Ike's Duck  Pond." Decoy Shooting hy Reginald  Gourlay is deserving of special mention, as is also a well illustrated article on Rearing Wild Ducks in Captivity. Mr James Dickson, a veteran  sportsman, makes some suggestions  and criticisms regarding Mr Kellly  Evans' Fish and Game report.  "Pens and Dens" is the subject of the  Fox article in this issue.  The Survival of the Fittest���������That's Life  The Fittest Place to Live���������"Bryii Mawr."  The Surest to Survive���������They who build their  homes at "Bryn Mawr" on Point Grey's Southern Uplands, sloping to the seat, and looking out  on vistas of mountains, whose unrivalled scenery cannot be discounted anywhere. Who would  not be fitted to live by having a home in such surroundings? Who would not return each morning to the routine bf city business refreshed and  rejuvenated by the healthful life on Point Grey's  heights���������"where sunshine and fresh air meet?"  Think of the many advantages "Bryn Mawr"  has all its own and of all, the city comforts and  conveniences as well. We have told you before j  let us repeat: Streets are perfectly made, water,  light, telephone, street car service���������all at your  door..  See lis before it is too late.  Our motor is at your service.  Only one-tenth cash, balance over four years  if you wish.  IJUIUI  433 Rjclwrds Street, Vancouver, 3. C.  Open Evenings  Phones: Sey. 4429-4430  /  Port Moody and fiurrard Inlet  Burrard Inlet is-one of, the finest natural harbors in the world and for thjrt reason  it will become one of the greatest shipping centres on the American continent. Tte-opening of the Panama Canal will mean that cargo that was previously routed eastward will  now be brought to Burrard Inlet and shipped to Europe and the Antipodes via the Panama Canal. This will also mean that Vancouver and port Moody will shortly be Jinked  up with the great cities of* Europe.  Henry tlasegood, one-of the leading grain exporters of Bristol, England, in an article in Toronto,VSaturday Night'' of a recent issue, said:  "I see no reason why, the opening of the Panama Canal should not be followed by the  inauguration of a direct passenger service between Bristol and Vancouver. Bristol is a  great wheat importing centre. We want tin best Canadian wheat, which is better than  wheat grown elsewhere. Once that wheat U shipped into Vancouver for export, there  is no reason why it should not go to Bristol, which is the nearest British port for vessels  coming through the Panama Canal. On ray r3turn to Bristol I intend to take up the question of establishing a fast passenger and freight service, to this port. I believe it would  pay well, and no doubt capital would be forhcoming;'' .  Gigantic preparations will shortly be ma le to have Burrard Inlet ready for the opening of the Panama Canal. Mammoth grain elevators will soon have to be erected. Vancouver has no room on her waterfront for el j vators. That is the reason why tbey will  have to be built at    ;  Port Moody  the first port touched by the transcontinental railways which will soon be coming in from  the east and south. '  The daily papers report that there will be another big grain blockade this year,  owing to the fact that so much wheat on the prairies can not be harvested in time to  be shipped east before the ice closes up the Great Lakes. The problem of how to deal with  the grain is becoming greater each year. There is not yet sufficient elevator capacity to  accommodate the immense quantity of grain which should reach the lake front before the  close of navigation.  The only solution to the problem will be found in the opening of the Panama Canal,  when the grain will be brought to Burrard Inlet instead of being shipped to the Maritime Provinces. Vancouver harbor is open for navigation all the year round, while Port  Arthur and Fort William are closed down by ice at a time when transportation of grain  is most needed. All this means that when tie elevators are built at Port Moody the solution of Canada's dilemma will be an accomplished fact. There will be no more need to  worry over late threshing. There will \ e no congestion of traffic, but a steady stream  of cars will pour their millions of bushels of wheat tp Port Moody and then down the  Panama Canal. The reason we tell you all this is because our p roperty at Port Moody  is situated close to the waterfront, a short distance from where the grain elevators will be  erected. It is an ideal spot for business sites and has every advantage that manufacturers could wish for.-  .The price of .our property is based on the present market values of Port Moody  property. The present price being $245 per lot, but this price cannot remain at this figure very long, because the developments at Port Moody are increasing in magnitude every  day. As soon as the exact location of the C P. R. grain elevators is known prices will  shoot up with great rapidity. If you are desirous of making a good investment we; seriously advise you to investigate the possibilities for profits, in our property at Port  Moodv.  $245  PRESENT PRICES .  $15 cash, balance $10 per month, or  $85 cash, balance $20 every 3 months  $110 cash, balance 6, 12, 18 months.  LEITCH & TAYLOR  309 Cambie Street.  Phone: Seymour 1577.  Office open evenings.  Vancouver. B. C.  :ydy-yy?  -xx'.���������^,:>  '."'���������1 i'">^���������

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