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Array ������������������������������������xX7:^Xr'X -:,.-y-- ";;-^ ������������������\,v^;';^;>ii^jfe������:^  yyy*W$yy:;^^  victoria.  LegislatirQ Assembly  ^  rTT- JL * jM  H  ___  IB  ' ���������  H  "  -^H  ^^^J*-���������*������������������  If                   ml  *-o      "  *  !?*������l������li  !^i^llllSl?lSMliiiK-P-  ���������*-v jtiE-V-^1"1*  *m  Publistel in the Interests of Vancouver and the  VOLUME IV  a H. STEVENS, M. P., EditOMn-chief  ���������fi������*t������ ;'������������������//���������������������������  r*s5?  5-S  VANCOUVER. British Columbia, NOVEMBER 1, l������U  :*-::;  METHODISTS WELCOME  REV. DR. CHOWN  By Alex.  A social event of unusual significance to Vancouver in general and Methodists in particular,  was the weleome accorded Rev. Dr. Chown by 600  representative Methodists at the David Spencer _  luncheon rooins on Tuesday evening of this week.  Mr. W. H. Malkin presided with ability, while  gentlemen of well known talent spoke on various  phases of church work, including the problems of  raising $300,000 for Ryerson College, to be connected with the proposed University of British  Columbia, at Point Grey. Rev. E. W. Staplefoird,  B.A., the conference educational secretary, in emphasizing college requirements in 6. C:, suggested  where a part of the needed $300,000 might come  from. To account for the great body of it is the  problem. ;  Rev. Dr. Chown's Addresr.  The ^marked feature of the evening was the  address by the distinguish^ R^v. Dr. Chown,  whose reputation as a speaker was well sustained.  .Flashes of wit, modified with gushes of humor  and directed to a wise end by sound and learned  speech furnished wholesome entertainment and  an effective culmination to the memorable event.  The advent of Dr. Chown to this city cannot  hut stimulate all Christian churches, especially the  ' Methodist  of which he is an honored leader and  superintendent.  A BRIGHT YOUNG TOWN PRIEST  (Prof. B. Odium. M.A., B.Sc.)  v- It seems that the Rev. Archbishop McNeill sent  a letter to the School Board'asking certain privileges so that "A bright young Italian priest"  might have a room provided at public expense in  which to teach Italian children. This is strange.  Surely the Reverend gentleman lost the usual  clearness of vision that is common to his trained  Maraud. -,.,''..  At immense expense Vancouverhas provided  amply for Italian children as well as for Scotch,  ���������, English, Irish," Welsh, Dutch, German, French,  Jews and Gentiles, bond and fiee.   All may attend  who are of school age.   Our public school system  ;. needsnoun*M^ Priests,"  ior otlier priests or clergymen of any demonination. There is no better school system in or out  of, Canada than that provided for the; children of  all classes here in Vancouver. v  Let historians look up the statistics and see  what disgraceful failure has marked the importation of scholastic priests into Portugal, into Spa'in,  and into *the Republics of South America, than  which no country in the world is worse educated  in its masses under any system of systemless plan  of schools. Our young Italian boys and girls want  . to have the kind of education that will fit them  . for a full strong Canadian manhood. They can  learn to count and say beads at home, or in Sunday school. They do not require to hear the ever-  lastiong magnification ofthe Virgin Mary and the  Holy Saints when they should be studying true  history, grammcr geography, arithmetic; the  sciences, spelling, bookkeeping and other matters  that will prepare them to stand beside the^best  ��������� men in Canada. .  Since Italy has taken her educational system  out of the hands of the Italian priests Italy has  made sueh headway as does her honor. She has  jumped from a third or fourth rate nation up to  that of one of the great nations of the day. All  countries on earth educated by the priests are of  no standing among the other-nations.   Something  Wrong.  _____________________  ^  Can Canadian Women Cook?  Some Canadian women can cook. Many ean.  In fact the majority can. This is saying a good  dial, and still I go further. Perhaps 80 per cent,  of Canadian girls can cook fairly well. But there  are many who do not know how, and they do not  care to learn.   They are no good for anything on  ��������� earth or in heaven.  They are splendid gum-suckers, face-painters,  high-heelcd-booters, street-walkers, and so far as  one can make out by careful observation they are  the making of the skimmers in course of from five  to ten years more.  They are to be pitied and their parents or  guardians should have the lash to save both from  pain and sorrow at an early date in the future.  Don't fail to get FREE MAP of Vancouver, see Leitch & Taylors' offer,page 8.  MONEY TO LOAN  At EIQHT  Per Cent.  E. ODLUM, 1710 Grant Street  **���������  >  i  UNION MADE  BA  CHELOR ~>  Ask the  man  who smokes them.  -  ���������������'���������"!'11 ���������"H 1111' ll '���������'���������������'��������� ���������������������������'���������������������������i"M"ii* +* .���������*:*������������*--������*:������*.*������.������*.*y������*.'>^^ i*������  *mm  No. 26  ���������  9*m  m  A  iSft  m  "MI-  ^'#i  -$mym   '  m  Kim  .}..������������������������������������"������������������������������������������������������*��������� .1*4������������������-������������������..'������������������?  Central ���������ity Mission Building when completed on Abbott St.  -*..v^.-���������. *.-^..% ��������� ���������--..-.���������.>..��������� .>.:.<���������>^.>.>^>.t������>K.*:������*4**!*^~:~:*-r������r--;--}~M*-?' y.>*~t*>i~:-������������������������������'i"i'4''t"M'j'*"!"!1 *Mt"M"t"t"*' >  py  The accompanying ten-storey modern fireproof structure is the property of the Central  .City Mission,.at 233 Abbott Street, as it is to be  when completed. To add four' new stories and  suitably equip, money is needed at once. The  government gives .$10,000, which is one-half the  amount required.  . .The . remaining $10,000 should be raised at  once.. This is a small amount for the citizens of  Vancouver to invest in the saving and making  of men.. Millions are being devoted to material  improvements annually in this city. Moral improvement is more lasting and is .  A Valuable.Asset  in our commonwealth;-hence merits liberal support and hearty encouragement. Kind words  and cheerful greetings should be emphasized with  material contributions. Ten thousand dollars!  The splendid merchant princes and millionares  of Vancouver will doubtless respond promptly,  said thereby sustain the enviable reputation of  the Terminal City for generosity.  The Spirit of Unselfishness  is one of the greatest possible factors in the creation of a permanent temple of fame and honor.  Avarice, with self-centered ambitions, grasps at  seeming wealth and greatness only to reach final  disappointment.  Responsibility.  All men are akin and we are our "brother's  keeper."   The responsibility is upon us, say or  ALEX.  think what we may. .The existence aud possible  enlargement and improvement of the Central City  Jlission quarters gives every citizen and benefactor a  Golden Opportunity  to reach out a brother's hand to the weak and  unfortunate who may chance our way. The opportunity allowed to pass may result in disaster  to thousands, including members of our own families.  The Central Mission' stands for Christian Citizenship; Practical Morality; Social Education,  and the Principle of Self-Help.  Its doors' are open to-him who is about to perish by the way; it provides work and gives the  hopeless man a chance; it cares for the poor in  winter and provides a clothing bureau, where  clothes can be bought for little; it visits the sick  and shows kindness: it lessens the cost and shame  of housing in gaol, by redeeming from vice and  infusing new, worthy ambitions and a spirit of  noble endeavor.  Practical Tests.  During the past year this .Mission has demon-'  st rated its..worth by practical tests in work done.  Over (!4,0()0 occupied their beds; upwards of 300  men, with an earning capacity of $150,000 annually, have been recovered from useless, wasteful,  burdensome lives to worthy and productive habits  and self-respecting citizenship. Ten thousand dollars now!  By D. R. P.  No milder designation would adequately  scribe  the   recent  prosecution   of Mr.  Ertw**9yy^^M  Shaw of 130 Twenty-sectjAd **������������*_.������*-t tiy.^th^^i^^^  Medical Association of i]|SjiS:\cliy^^tb' b**ui|f|  against this gentleman^tni*M!M&9^'--!M  with one lodged not .'long sinee'tjibinst Mr  also of this city^;who;;.m4^|i|^i^t  known as  Chii*op]*ao^c u  for the relief; of physical  "the   Supreme . Couii   decided   in ,_���������      ..,   favor as not constitnting a Eolation of U.e*Jiedic_l  Act of this Province j, and by this action ehtaUmg  a trial expense of poaaiMy $100 upon Mr. Shaw in   j  defending an action which Magnate -Shaw ;tfit*if|  outof court, constitutee, we afiv*, a ease of dowil|:  ;r1jrht^iin3itoi':ipe^ ��������� v ���������^���������������������������^  '   If the Medical Act of thia PTO*ri*ie*������WM f**an������e4  with a view to thia U^  lie from being :unp*>i$d^^^ ,.���������  tram_^.T^#iie^  better.   With thi. sort o^  unlesa she could wtfte'M,..pfc at''^x!^-M^:y������^mm^  name.     .   ..-.-'. :-:^ :.--���������-��������� yyy-:-    .y y���������-yyy:yy;yy$xMw  y[yy:y:":'^^^ .:. ���������'y'^'l^OMiW^M  We remember of reading of a man in the  of Kansas who, when suffering j^erely f**o^m  matism, would lie upon hia'.'fj^onjtheFfiWr-  request Imr **^|fe, her feet haffiig^l)*^  the' occasion, to walk up and down hw^sjp^ei'-thirt^fl^ll^^1 '*'  bringi*%^relief ;^/th^.^lijt<^  ':^Bho**Jd;*mehaniiB^^ .'  fair lady would be" in danger of 'being: aummbB^^SI^p  before bur; Police Magistrate for:p^roB^i^ji)hi; :.^p^|  %-tf an individual ofrhi_'i^**^-fre^e^  Ija*^ Mr. Sha*j^ adjust his or her spinal cojba^^^||^^J|  'and' fin^^W*eic:when';^eH^i^^  treatment-have r.fSaa������^  Mr. Shaw's labore to bless humanity have beeii,'  4 '��������� without; me^e^^aia^^^hp^;1^^  thpse:'wl^ra^hM'gr*^S^  those wlio'had.tri$-%^i|*'')^^  and^ hail giTe*^ilj$}i^.^^^  y'-yyrry^  vratT***s,^W*aslil**t!"HL "Owllie '*TT������rw,**n<J* ���������IWIipll,aFT"T"4tWi,,  The family was told it was" a question of only a  few weeks. Mr. Shaw was made aware of the ease  by a' friend of the family and requested to see if  he could help the man. He went daily, giving his  services, as the family was poor. In six weeks the  man was at work, and tiow puts in his six days a k  week at carpentering.  A gentleman, a printer in the city, had epileptic  fits and had given up hope of ever getting better.  After one adjustment by Mr. ShaW the trouble  took its departure and he has had no. more  "spells."  Another gentleman, whom the writer personally  conversed with, was taken with a severe case of.  sciatica. He spent some time in the hospital but,  though he walked in, lie was, carried out on a  stretcher.    lie then  went to the  Harrison Hot  Springs, but got no better.   While on a bed*bf the..  most excrusiating pain, Mr. Shaw was inforined.l  of the suffering man's condition, offered to do ���������  anything he could for him as a neighbor, without  expense.   The result was that long since the man  has completely recovered.      Relief followed Mr.  Shaw's first, effort to relieve his agony.  Wc* mention those cases which, in each instance,  had defied i!e ordinary methods of treatment, as  samples of seme of, the good Mr. Shaw has done In  the community, and to enforce r.nr declaration that  to ondej'vov in dfive such a helpful citizen to the  wall is as uncalled for as it is up*j������st.  We. are net; runniner the affairs of tiie Police  Court of Vj-if"--:.ver, but we feel that it. was a  serious j"iscar������������������'.:���������-re of justice when the expense  of defenditu* sit; h a case was allowed 1o fall upon  Ilie shoulders of the defendant.  The Medical Association should have paid for  the trouble and expense they forced upon an innocent man without cause.  .&$  y--  BUT 66 FEET WIDE  Not near a proposed station  But 5 Minutes Walk from the Present Station at  PORT MOODY  Price not $250 per 33 feet But $400 per 66 feet *^g_ ^ZCi%h^.  CITY BRoOKERAGE CO.  430 Main Stteet  Branch 164 Broadway East, near Main Street  HARDWARE  Bapco Paint, Oil  STOVES   and   RANGES  W. R. OWEN  2337 Main Street Phone: Fairmont 447 *M  ���������1-X'Jj'*..  TH1 W_fiT_B_N __J_L.  How They Spent Thanksglvlnf.  - Monday was .esssntiallr a bom*  day. One hundred of our best-known  citlaens wer* called on telephone, and  to the oft-repeated "Ho- are you  spending Thanksgiving?" came the  ���������reply:T- "At home with my'"family."  There were few dinners given outside  of the; family circle. Busy buaineBB  men and tired professional men **ere  glad to dine' at home quietly, with  only those near and dear.  Some of the most popular medical  men were called. Tbey all expected  to have their Thanksgiving feast at  home, aa one doctor said, "Thank  God." But the city is crowded wl������  those not fortunate enough to have a  home and kindred here. Theae filled  tbe cafes to overflowing, and the Invariable order was "Turkey and eras*  berry sauce, please."  !  ������������������I ***������1 ** * I HI > 114* 41**** ***** t I'l UNHIIII Mt It* ������������  EdttedtyD.R.HERCEl  Phone Fairmont 1140      7.  Grandview  Captain and Mrs. D. C. McMorris pi  Nelson, B. C, are in Vancouver on a  visit to tbeir son, Mr. W. O. McMorris,  1573 Tenth avenue east.  BUFFALO GROCERY  Commercial Drive and Uth Ave.  "The Home of Quality"  Business comes our way because we keep what  the people need and charge moderately.  Groceries, Provision Fruits  Only the best brands kept in stock.  Our goods are all guaranteed and money refunded if  not satisfactory.  J. P. Sinclair  . p^p. Pbone: Fairmont 1033  WATTS HARDWARE CO.  Th* Quality Hardware Store  1407 Commercial Drive Pbooe Highland 825-L  mm  Not������-N������w������ m������aBt for this ���������olomn sboald fca n_Uad or phoaed te U>������ ������iUtor. aarly to, J-wua , .  insertion. ������������������  ������������������.'���������: ;". -,���������'.���������'-.    ������������������.-;���������;���������..��������� ���������-:���������'.' x '��������� ���������".    ������������  ���������l.l..i..li.l..I.������.t������*..|.������.|..t..|..|..l..l.it.<M'..|..t..i..i..*..|. |..|.|.it-'l"l'ti<l'������������<M'������-l-.t--l--l'-t-4-l-*?-l������l--l-������������|<44  Grand Concert  The grand concert which was given  in the Grandview Methodist. Church  Thursday evening of last week by  local talent, waa a pronounced success in every particular. The audience  was large and appreciative, the net  proceeds, over $100, the refreshments  appetizing, the picture of the aingers  creditable, and above all the music an  honor to tbe the local choir, the talented singers that assisted, and to  Conductor Mr. Lewis Roberts, and  Accompanist Miss Brooks.  Two numbers particularly impress-  THOMPSOrl-SIGSWORTH  On Saturday evening at 8:30 o'clock.  Miss Lillie May Sigsworth, of 1628  Tenth avenue east, was united in marriage to Mr. T. A. Thompson. Rev.  William Litch, pastor of Ruth Morton  Memorial BaptiBt Church, performed  the ceremony at his residence, 717  Twenty-ninth avenue east. The bride  was attired In a very pretty suit of  navy blue with white velour hat. Mr.  and Mrs. Thompson will take up their  residence at 4584 St. Catharines street.  ed this scribe, "A Perfect Day," a solo This office is specially interested in  by Miss Eura Loeson, and the Hallelujah Chorus by the choir. There was  not a weak or indifferent number In  the entire program; everything was  first class. Mr. Roberts and his choir  can rest assured that hereafter the  mere announcement that they are to  give a grand performance will draw  a full house.. Success wins.,  This concert will be repeated, in the  near fnture, in Central Methodist  Church.  For  Jewelry ancl Optical Goods  4* WI9MER  %low*9l*r *% Qnlloinn  Repairing a Specialty 1433 Commercial Prive  /   Company Held Responsible.  Holding that the British Columbia  Railway Company is responsible for  the crowded condition of. its interur-  ban cars and that, therefore, it is responsible for the safety of its paasen*  gers, Mr. Justice Murphy yesterday  dismissed an application for non-suit,  filed by the company, aqd awarded  $750 as damages to William Williams,  who was injured last December, when  the New Westminster car on which  he .was hanging to the rear step, backed into another car near the Carral  street station and threw him to the  street.  - ���������-1  . -.... ���������  this wedding as Mr. Thompson is the  esteemed foreman of our printing establishment. We offer our heartiest  congratulations and best wishes.  Salvation Army Conarese.  The Salvation Army headquarters  staff in Vancouver are very busy making preparations for the Vancouver Annual Congress, which Is booked to take  place from November 14 to 17 inclusive. The program Includes a welcome demonstration to Commissioner  Rees, Colonel Maidment, and delegates  from all parts of British Columbia and  Alaska; This will be held in the Citadel, Hastings street east, on Thursday  night, November 14 at 8 o'clock. On  Thursday and Friday officers' councils  will be held, while on Saturday evening Commissioner Rees will address a  special gathering of Salvationists and  their friends in the Citadel. Sunday,  November 17, will be the big day of  the Congress. Commissioner Rees will  give a very interesting address on  "General* Bramwell Booth and the Salvation Army," in the Avenue Theatre,  at 3 o'clock on Sunday afternoon, and  WOOD AND COAL 8HORTAG- ON ������* niKht will conduct a great SalvaUon  NORTH SHORE.  campaign in the same building at 7:30  Provisions, Fruit/Stationery  Confectionery, Tobaccos  CAKES, PASTTOS, PffEAP  Special attention to phone orders  Winnipeq Grocery and NHery  V   Tfones & Olsen, Prop.  Corner Harris and Campbell Ave.  Phone Highland 102 Branch Post Office  ���������*���������       . ������������������:��������� "' p.m. These meetings will be preceded  Wood rMalera Have Orders for Hun* by a magB gathering in the Citadel at  dreds of Cords In Advance of       i,,.^. _���������.,*���������,������, ���������.���������.._i__   ������<..._'.m  SMppiy-Government   Inactive.        " oclock Sunda3r mornln* .There will  North Vancouver, Oct 25���������A short-|be a large number of Salvation Army  age  in  tbe supply of wood  on tbe officers. taking' part in the Congress  North Shore threatens to make the 'proceedings.   Commissioner Rees will  coal famine more serious.   The store 'preside, while additional interest will  of coal has been nearly exhausted  and the demand for wood is greater  than the supply. One yard haB neatly  500 cords of wood ordered ahead and  another about to be opened has received orders for 360 cords, not a  stick of which has been cut. No direct shipment of coal has yet been  received in the city.  Great pressure has been exerted on  be centered in these gatherings by the  presence of Colonel Maidment, the  new.chief secretary, late commander  of tbe army forces in the West Indies.  Driver Hurled From Wagon.  S. Haynes, 3637 Main street,   was  burled into a ditch from the delivery  wagon at the corner of Broadway and  Commercial Drive last week, when the  the Dominion government to relieve horse became frightened.   He sustain-  jthe anxletkr of householders not quite jed  severe injuries to his back and  ] sure about? their supply of winter fuel. nead.    The wagon is owned by the  ftTicut mm OodsonWock  25 Bwflngi Street. East  PBONE*.  Office Stjuw- 164  Ret. StTl*������Mr2l79l  A. M. BEATTIE  Auctioneer,  Appraiser and Notary Public"for British Columbia  General Real Estate, Mining: Broker, Financial Agent  NEW STORE  Dry Goods  and Gents' Furnishings  NEW GOODS AT  RIGHT PRICES  Come in and see our stock.     You are welcome  whether you buy or not.  MURRAY'S  1932 Commercial Drive **IW8ffi ���������"^  2nd   DOOR   FROM   COR.  The city  and  district councils,  tbe  Board of Trade and very nearly every  public body of the North Shore have  passed resolutions on tbe subject. They  have asked tbe, governments of both  the province and the Dominion to en- j  force  regulations giving North Van-!  couver independence in its coal supply !  rather than being a mere suburb of  Vancouver.   Sir Richard McBride has j  answered that tbe demands for an in- j  vestigation into the coal question have '���������  received tbe consideration of the legislature, which had asked tbe Domin- j  ion  government  to  appoint a  Royal j  Commission to Inquire into prices in |  the province of British Columbia. The  Dominion government has done nothing more than promise early attention  to the question.  Paris Dye Works.  Work on Rice Canal Tunnel.        I  North  Vancouver,   Oct.   2'������. ��������� Work !  hs been started on the construction of j  a dam and flume to drain Rice Lake  Into  the  newly   completed  shaft   and j  tunnel forming part of the prospective  waterworks  system   of  the  city.    As  soon as the lake has been drained operations will be commenced to remove  by water power the muskeg and unhealthy growths from the sides of the  natural reservoir after which all will  j be in readiness to pipe a big pressure  of  mountain   water   to   the   city.    A  start   in  washing  the  shores of the  lake   will   be   made   in   about   three  weeks.  Have Vow Had  a Guess  Yet?  For t! e  Over $100 Gash Prize  at the  9990 stores  It wil! be a nice Xmas Box  for someone, won't it ?  1150 Commercial Drive  ..   Cost of Engineering Work.  North Vancouver, Oct. 25.���������Mr. Angus  Smith, eity engineer,  has issued  j statistics showing that about $34,000  I had been spent in the work of his department   during   September.     These  i disbursements compare as follows with  j those of the three previous months:���������  I June,   J37.825.60;   July,   $37,359.45,  nd  j August,   $40,061.95      **���������*?...  expenditure  in detail for September is as follows:  | Under local improvement, street grading,   $3,70095;   grading   Mahnn   Park,  I cement curb and gutter, $2,598.45 and  I grading and  spreading crushed rock,  | $11,411.90;  board of works  (general)  including  clearing  and  grading  new  streets and lanes, new sidewalks and  maintenances,   $5,342.00;   waterworks  main   and   service   construction,  $5,-  450.35, nd Rice Lake reservoir scheme,  $5,967.53.  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  1980 Charles Street  ���������  Oraadvlew  Branch Office:  Cor. Sussex Ave. & Westr. Rd.  West Burnaby, Central Park  ForEvery Dollar's; Worth of Goods  V;S^^h^^t^is:jStpre. we give a  Coupon of 5c Value  On China, Glass or Hardware.  CASH ONLY.  E. M. LYNN  .DEALER IN  Groceries, China  and Kitchen Hardware.  PHONE: Highland 823  Corner Keefer St. and Campbell Ave.  ,r  ; 'T * ; ; : ���������������  We ourselves are better served  By serving others best.  WkercttMysleScal  o������  J. W. Edmonds, Prop.  We have the newest and fullest  Samples of Wall Paper  in the city.  Our stock of Xmas Goods is  coming in, so be wise and  make   an   early   choice.  Grandview agents for Columbia Gramophones  and Records.  Please note onr prices do not advance as the Xn������s season draws near.  J130 Commercial Prive  HIT Commercial Prive    Pbone Highland &29R  Swin4ell 0ros.  Is LARGE, FRESif, COMPLETE and  of PEST QUALITY.  Provisions   and   Chick   Feed   of all  varieties always in stock.  We aim to please our patrons; no sacrifice is too  great to reach this end.  Small Margins and Quick Sales is  Our Method of making the Business Pay.  OUR   SOLICITOP.S  WILL GLADLY  CALL  ON  YOU.  Swindell Bros.  HI7 Commercial Drive     Next lo Uneeda Meal Market  ERNEST SHAW, DC. [  (Doctor of Chiropractic) j  250 22nd Ave. E. j  Close to Main Street ���������  Office Hours:  1:30 to 6.  Often a slight derangement of the  spine is the cause of prolonged disease  and suffering. Chiropractic corrects  the spine.  Get Your  Last Year's  Airtight Re-lined  We'll make them just  like new  Phone: Highland 46Q  FOR  RODW'rS 'ej������rR������!*^ve  Staves      l������*n      Mats       rarrucc Repairs  If you have, to Furnish a  Home, 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 see me. I will be  pleased to quote you prices.  Ercrjtbiog in Boise Finishings.  CAM 01 EAST PATIENTS.  D. A. MCCLELLAND  201 CORDOVA WEST, Ct������r. Cubic  J -~**W������(;������f^*r*-**>V-*r'.*.-.**->*(_,.>*,   -*--_-.-��������� * -*i������-_- f|W<-J^"-���������*���������  S   '  ���������--- r**-**������-'--*"T*������a*p  TOR WBWgRN CALL.  ������������W*������4-���������������������������������*������i-������'l'*-l't-i��������� '!���������>������l������������lf l'������l"l 1'I I'l' I'l' si 111111������I M<  t  Provincial, Dominion and Foreign:  ?������������j*"l"!"*"*"l' 1"1"11 1 ���������������������������I"*. ������������������*.���������������������������������������������������������������* 411 **������*,**K**-*M**.-.":"^  I  PROVINCIAL  Coquitlam Terminal.  COQUITLAM, Oct. 26.���������The first  unit of the C. P. R. terminal at Coquit*  lam will be completed early in Decern*,  ber, and already preparations are under way for their immediate use.. Mr.  F. W. Peters, general superintendent  of the railway 1- this division; Mr. A.  E. Stevens, his assistant, and Mr. G.  E. Graham Of the Vancouver division,  Inspected the plant this week.  Nanaimo Next Year.  By a vote of 114 to 84 over Alberni,  Nanaimo' was chosen as next year's  convention city by the British Columbia Conservative Association at the  close of its recent convention in Revelstoke. Mayor Lee, of New Westminater, is the new president of the association.    '  Advertising in Newspapers.  Head Clerk Hawes of the Modern  to Prince Rupert could have been  opened two years ago. Trade could  have made a start, towns would have  Sprung up along the line in as yet un-  exploited places. The demand for labor  which would thus have appeared, and  the capital thus brought in to the  country, would have prevented additional labor having any detrimental  effect on the present conditions of  labor in Canada."  Found Dead in Ditch.  PRINCE RUPERT, Oct. 24��������� Miss  CaBterton, a young Englishwoman employed at the Haysport Hotel, about 20  miles from here, was drowned in a few  inches of water in a ditch a short distance from the hotel. The young woman had left the hotel shortly after  dark to visit friends in the neighborhood. She was not missed until she  failed to> appear for work the next  morning. A search was made, with the  result that she was found face down in  the ditch. Apparently it was a case of  drowning, as a narrow    unprotected  advised to go to tha United Statea.  where he could get separation from  hia wife if he could prove that his  wife's Insanity waa incurable.  Woodmen pf America is hearing /r������m Blde^lfe le(1 paBt the dItch and the  the Camp Clerks he has adviBed to do'  tbeir advertising in local papers. Not  all are running full page ads. Some  are publishing the new rates and  others are directing attention to the  fraternal features, such as the tuberculosis sanatorium at Colorado  Springs. John T. Shook of Montpeller,  Ind.. says:   :  Sufficient time has elapsed to get  dome results from following up the  mailing of marked copies of my newspaper advertlse_ientB���������and I believe  i< that I shall get very good returns from  ithe money expended in this way.  In the first place, I try to have something to say in my ad. that will appeal  to the prospect, then I try to have the  ad. set in a way that will of itself attract attention. Every ad. is set in  ' heavy type and can be read quickly/  Of course the man who receives a  marked copy has his attention drawn  [to my ad. at once. ,���������'���������;������������������  So far I have mailed copies to only  two sets of men, but the results sire  auch that I shall continue to follow  the plan.  J find that the men who have re*  celved the marked copies have their  mind* open on the subject of insurance. Tbey know why I am there to  aee them, and almost without exception they want to hear what I have to  say. They* have been thinking about  insurance as applied ta themselves.  young  woman  is   supposed   to  fallen from this into the water.  have  Misleading Statements Corrected.  That an interview given by Mr. R.  F. Hicks -of Nelson, B. C, to a local  newspaper Wednesday in which Mr.  Hicks practically stated that the fruit  industry of British Columbia was "going to the dogs," is absolutely incorrect and misleading, is the statement  of Mr. Wm. E. Scott, Deputy Minister  of Agriculture for that province, and  Mr. R. M. Winslow, Provincial Horticulturist for British Columbia and  secretary of the British Columbia  Fruit Growers' Association, who are ln  the city today.  "The article is a gross libel and absolutely incorrect," said Mr. Scott on  Friday morning, "and if Mr. Hicks is  correctly quoted, and I have no reason  to believe otherwise, he shows that he  ia absolutely ignorant of conditions.  His.statement will do great damage  to the fruit industry, if 1*. ia allowed  to go uncontradicted, and j tntty say  ihat we will use every effort to prevent this malicious statement from being cried abroad."  DOMINION  ���������erious Wreck.  TORONTO, Oct. 28.���������Two members  of the Toronto garrison were killed  and thirty-nine injured, two fatally, as  the result of a bead-on collision near  Bank Clearings For 8ix Days.  WINNIPEG, Oct. 24.���������Following are  the bank clearings for the week end  ing today, with comparisons for the  same week last year:  -   Oct. 24,1912  Oct. 26,1911  Montreal   ...$ 61,778,012  I 55,277,516  Toronto   ....    46,027,507  35,493,544  Winnipeg  ��������� ��������� ���������    38,856,667  32,015.307  Vancouver ..    13,804,144  12,074,016  Ottawa   4,316,247  4,563.438  Calgary  ....     6,973,283  5,239,954  Quebec'.....     3,412,716  2,993,726  Victoria   ..         3,974,415  2,737,601  Hamilton  ...     3,748,825  2,840,701  Halifax :....     2,100,110  1,888,123  St. John      1,903,943  1,542.597  Edmonton   ..     5,428,667  2,485,185  London       1,563,904  1,296.718  Regina   .      2,826,971  1,607,413  Brandon  ....        760,654  632,286  Lethbrldge, .        747,016  574,521  Saskatoon '-..     2,745,254-  1,621,285  Brantfbrd   ..        728,222  484,671  Moosejaw      1,497,959  1,028,508  Ft. Willia*n .        907,305  570,903  *!��������� 111 111 11 Hi I < 14 14 11 Hi I'*���������_  Totals .... 1204,101,822   $166,967,913  ��������� Winnipeg Breaks Record  WINNIPEG, Oct. 25:���������With an inspection of 1,441 cars inspected, the  heaviest receipts in the history of the  Winnipeg grain exchange were on the  market today, exceeding previous records by over 100 cars.  The combined receipts of the three  greatest American centres were 1,119  cars or 202 cars obehind those of Winnipeg for a single day distributed as  follows: Chicago, 52; Minneapolis,  631; Ouluth, 446.  Of the Winnipeg receipts 820 cars  were of the contract grade, including  four ears No. 1 hard, 114 cars No. 1  northern, 467 cars No. 2 northern, and  235 cars No. 3 northern. Receipts of  no grade wheat are proportionately  decreasing and were 117 cars.  fFraser Avmue  rMfr+Ui | |.,l'������*'*"l"M'-H"l"l |vl'4������i  The high cost of living may be  equalized by careful buying of your  supplies for kitchen and table. Ellis'  Grocery; 30th and Fraser, make prices  that save dollars each week for their  patrons.   Prompt delivery.  8outh Vancouver Briefs.  South Vancouver. Oct. 25.���������Rev, H.  J. McKay has been called to the pastorate of the South Hill Presbyterian  church  Magistrate McArthur, who hss been  seriously ill at the West End Hospital  Vancouver, is now so much better that  he expects to return home within a  week or two.  Owing to the individual members of  the Citizens' Band having prior engagements upon Hallowe'en night, it  was hot able to visit Steveston on the  31st  Thomas.and Herbert Clark, charged  with perjury in connection with statement^ made before Commissioner Cretan at 'the police inquiry last week,  were yesterday morning committed  for trial by Magistrate Thomas and  M,r. Wm. Ferris, J.P.  Councillors.Third and Campbell and  Mr. Colin Clark, municipal solicitor,  have returned from the Municipal convention at Revelstoke. Reeve Kerr will  be absent from the municipality for  1 some two weeks, during which time  Councillor Elliott will act as Reeve.  fr ** VJ  *' -<'    l*  ." ** ?** /���������> "W-MUi  l     >a  ������  , <*    y ' - ttmtyh' yy& yx-vtew'i  Postal Changes.  The following new post of flees have  been   opened:    Carlin,   Collingwood IstreetBVlUe Junction, on the C. p. H.,  West, North Vancouver sub-office No. at B:30 o'clock tonight   Tbe Chicago  1, and Pinanton.   Falkland will be re- Flyer, which, pulling out of Toronto  opened   November   1,   and   will   be *t 5 o'clock, crashed into the second  known as  Riske  Creek.   Kualt and Becti<>������* -of a train bringing home the  point Cowan bave been dosed.  0. T. #>. Delayed for Two Years.  Upon'bis return:to London Mr.. A.  W. Smithers, chairman ot the Grand  Trunk Pacific Railway system, gave  out a long interview commenting on  troops engaged in the sham battle  from Milton to Toronto. All of those  on the wrecked train were Toronto  men. ���������  Bigamist Is Sentenced*  Winnipeg, Oct. 24.���������Justice tenth's Canadian tour Dealing more parti- \pered with mercy was banded down  cularly with British Columbia, he by Judge Dawson today in the bigamy  said: 'To my mind tbe most pressing case of Walter Sellers." Yesterday,  need In Canada today Is to encourage when the case came up for trial and  immigration by every possible means, the* two parties pleaded guilty, tbe  It is a great mistake to suppose that girl, Agnes Slater, was let go on sus*  the admission of more laborers would pended sentence, but Sellers' sentence  injure labor conditions. On the con'-.was held over until this morning,  trary, it would Improve them. Look- J when Judge Dawson imposed a setting back, I realize that if we had sue- ( tence of thirty days. The light sen*  ficient labor the transcontinental line tence was because Sellers had been  Mr Coderre New Minister.  OTTAWA, Oct 28.���������It la understood  that Messrs. Rogers, Roche and Louis  Coderre will be sworn in tomorrow.  Mr. Rogers to replace Mr. Monk as  Minister of Public Works, Dr. Roche  to succeed Mr. Rogers as Minister of  the Interior, apd Mr. Coderre as Secretary of State to replace Dr. Roche. Mr.  Coderre will be sworn as a Privy Councillor and as Secretary of 8tate, and  the other ministers will take but one  oath as administrators of tbelr departments. The shift will Involve one  by-election at Hochelaga, where Mr.  flour has fallen into the hands of the  Bulgarians at Eski-Baba. '  .Capture of Pie vile.  REIKA,  Montenegro, Oct. 28.���������The  Montenegrins   captured,   today,   the  town of Plevlile ln the San Jak   of  Novlpazar, near the Bosnian Border.  Macedonians at the Front.  SOFIA, Oct 28.���������The Bulgarians are  inarching on Kuleli Burgas/ at the  junction of Adrianople-Saloniki railway. Four thousand Macedonian vol*  unteers have started for the front  Hundred Villages Surrender.   -  LONDON, Oct 28.���������T*ie Servian  legation announces tbat hundred _jA  naut Tillages in the vicinity of Uskup  have surrendered. Oreat festivities  are being held throughout the -conquered country. Uskup fell.  Reported Surrender.  BELGRADE, Oct 28.���������Semi-official  adrlces report that'the Turkish army  which retired from Uskup towards  Veles surrendered today to the Servian cavalry and delivered up their  aims. Tbe Servians later seized 123  guns.'  Tbat section of the Turkish army  We have a grand-tiish in oiir tseiect fancy  FrenW1%Mal������6^  m  yyxi-yy  yx  Swift's Pride Cleanser    ������    -  Ivory Soap -      **j   -  t?yy .yyyyy  *  South Hill  Tea  tea  India  Tea  Cor. 4Si_ aodl Fraser Aveoies  50c  per  grocery  Also River M. aad Praser A*  Phone Fraser 99  s:?t :<yyk4;0$$ysM  yy-yyiBimm  ^ :yy>y$y?yyl  iy'y&x0My$M  ixyyy<M������Mm  , S'-J.W*'.  'I. ���������&���������.-.:X:.',\X\{'^y&:fL>i'M  l/L -;'r^^'-."X^:^X"'--'^^*i  ���������yyyiyMi-?yy$*\  lyyyHii&iMl  *:.;.  Yoor^next for a  ; ':'., 8H4VEmt  Jack u John's Place  Come in and hav^a  Game ol iPO O t.  ��������� .-.  yyy:; ........:���������.......,.v.^.,;.,.........  Ice Cream 4 Soft Drinks  v^-;"  Just the tniii_r fw a hot 3ia^y  Cor. Fraser and Ferris Streets  **or CO^DBNTlAi INVBS  TIOATIOiNS jroawMit--���������uof  intetrity. ������rm--t_> tad abtHt*>.  That man_ Johastan;   MeMey  nt������������d.    VitepMM    T_t  . S*r-*k������ BntWa.  Builder's Supplies  Sand, Gravel, Etc.  Estimates Free  Plans Submitted  Coderre had 1.S78 majority at the gen  eral elections.  Mr. I>elletler goes to the Treasury which was defeated at Kumanova, ap*  Board, replacing Mr. Monk-  NERV0U8, UFELE88  DVeiblTATID MIN  _*m������_!������_traa_r_,-s  swe can raton  ���������park of wMmy  oSmt dSotors,. iiMa^rJeMrte Mtolwf Uto3  th*.  who aie.fSUuns to Ms���������yon .an tbe  - ��������� restore to.anbood apd rrrive  bavi.tnatad with  various drag store nostra-*.  Oar Mmt Molkod Tntamm ***��������� snatchad  bon_re_ilrdm_to brink ot daspair, bas (���������>  ���������tored bmioeai te hundreds of bomw sad  has aiada roco_������rfiil men of Umm who wore  "down and ont** ***��������� pnaoribo apoeifletanft*  ediea for each individual csas acoordteg to the  symptoms and compUcaUont���������wa h*Te no  patent mediclnea. Tbisiooneoftbaaacretsof  om��������� wonderfalanoeeaBaa our traatmaat car**  txitl-^forwopr*Ma*n*anmc_iaa adapted to  eacblndlTtd-Ucaas.  Only curaWa   ceptto.  Wa hava daa*  C������M-mf������r-~t>aOY������M.  CURABLE CASES GUAKAmilD  OR NO PAT  r An yen a vietfrnf Have yoa 1  care yoa.  What tthaa dona tor otlurs  do for yoo.  CaaMlMia- hw.    Ko I  who haa treated you, writs for aa  _____     m��������� _i Vfcr **   "  bomLlSI  oCMan.  who haa treated you, writs for an honeat  SS%jS_id.---^,i3aSSr^^  ed)oaMst_iMoc_ta.  KO NAMES USED *������*rri**X*T  f CONSENT. Nai  tafTte-  tFREEFORI  DrsKENNEDT&KENNEDY  Cor. lllchljaiiA������__idOrlswoWSt. DctoH, Midi.  M0TICE  All letters from Canada murt be addressed  to our Canadian Conespoudence Depart-  _________-_a    ment in Windsor, Ont.   If yon desire to  see us personally call at our Medical Institute in Detroit as we aee and treat  in our Windsor offices which are for Comafkndesee and  Laboratory lor Canadian boainesa only.   Address all letters as follows:  .Write far <  DRS. KtMMXDY * UMNEDY, WtaHb_r,0_C  Pure Food  taw More Strict.  OTTAWA, Oct. 25.���������New standards  of quality for honey and fruit products, for canned peas and flavoring  extracts are promulgated under the  provisions of tbe pure food act in  the Canada Gazette tbis week. It 's  specified that honey must not contain more than. 25 per cent, of water,  not more than 8 per cent, of cane  sugar and not less than 60 per cent, of  Invert sugar.  It Is further specified that when  jams, marmalades, fruit butter or jelly  contains other fruit or fruit Juices  than that which gives its special name  pears tobave been entirely broken up  The Turks fromjstip are making  Veles the objective points of their retreat. Prior to tbe occupation of Istip  by the Servians, the inhabitants arose  against the Turks and seized their  arms. Scutari has surrendered to the  Montengrin army.  fraser Avenue  Builder's Supply Co.  ��������� Ohma: PraaO*aml Aalaiom  On Bneiness Adaptetioa. _to_Uh  and  806 Granville Street, Ooraer BolMNa  ���������'���������'..'���������'��������� Hoars: 10 a. n. to 9 p. nrl':;,:  9k  y00������M$Lm  y������S3i  yy~yyxyMM  '���������x 'xy ^^^'^1  ���������'. ������������������ yy;y?i ~?$$%  yyyM^iyssi  wwm  ���������yy$yi&xM  ���������-y.yxT&'yiM:  yy$yy%Mk  ��������� ���������;���������;'��������� 'xyi-:yy\  ���������yjyy^yyWH  : -��������� y '.yy y'-yy-ji  yytyytyisM  4������a fitter A******,  y*f. Vtommar, Props.  PHONG: Fairmont i������8  ���������^QOTO**-  Fraser Ave. & 47th :Av0:  Opposite the school.  death of Herman Rosentjhal, the  gambler. The verdict was pronounced  at i������:0| o'clock thia morning*  '^"w  The verdict read: "Murder in the  first degree." s  Becker was remanded for sentence  to the Tombs by Justice Goff until  October 30.  Mrs. Becker, sitting outside tbje  court room, swooned when tbe verdict was announced.  MURD-EftE* OF VlrTOIfS HART  CONDON, Ore���������Bob Morgan, slaytr  of pretty Virgle Hart, whom b������ ahwt  three times through the body when  she spurned blm, ia in jail hare altar  a thrilling flight through the hills,  chased by half a dosen sheriffs' posses.  Morgan offered no resistance when  cornered by Sheriff Montagu* of  GiUam county, near the village of  Fossil. Wben be was brought to th*  jail here be cried like a Child-  Salvation Wrought by Balkan People.  LONDON, Oct. 28.���������Commenting on  tbe Balkan situation, the Times says I  that the small Impoverished nations'  ot the  Balkans have  greatly dared,  and have wrought salvation tor their  kinsmen on the peninsula.  The work they have done, the, ar  ticle continues, will never be undone,  to the article, the fact of the presence ���������*���������** **���������. powers will, at the right time,  of such other fruit shall be stated -���������������������������-*��������� ���������*��������� the solution which should  upon the label in lettering as large ���������"������������������������** the aspirations of the Balkan  and distinct as tbat used in naming  the fruit principally present.  When the sugar is preserved/jam,  marmalade, fruit butter or jelly is  wholly or partially replaced by glucose  or by other substitute for sugar, the  fact of such substitute shall be stated  upon the label in plain letters.  Canned peas, unless specially designated as below, shall be prepared  from the harvest of the year in which  they are canned and shall be tbe unripe peas of tbe crop of that year.  Ripe peas may be canned, provided  that the label shows quite clearly that  they are such.  Mixtures of the ripe and unripe (or  green) peas shall be plainly labeled in  such a way to show that they are  mixed.  nations, and be in ample accord with  the now fully aroused conscience cf  Europe. ���������  FOREIGN  Summary of War News.  SOFIA, Oct. 28.���������Bulgarian forces,  according to advices received late tonight, have captured the towns of  Luleburgas and emotlca. It la reported that the Turka are constructing  earthworks along the river Erkena,  west of Eski-Baba.  It is stated that Bulgarian cavalry  has succeeded in cutting communications between Arianople and Constantinople and between Adrlanople  and Macedonia. The bridge over the  Tchorlu river at Cherkesskoi has been  blown up. It is understood that citizens leaving Adrlanople are permitted  to pass through the lines, tp the south.  The Turkish commander at Adrlanople haa been formally summoned to  surrender the town. A "second military first degree by the jury which has  train from Constantinople loaded with been trying him for instigating the  "Don't Feel a Bit as Though Shot"  ���������aye Rooaevelt.  OYSTER BAT, Oct. 28.���������"I don't  feel a bit as though I bad been shot,"  Coi. Roosevelt said today.  The colonel was so much better  that hia pbyaicians gave him permission to re-establish communication,  through the correspondents at Oyster  Bay, with the outside world. It was  the first interview he had given since  his return to Sagamore Hill and he  talked for twenty minutes without a  sign of fatigue.  "This sounds like being alive again,"  said the colonel aa he entered his  library. "It seems god to get back  into the old channela once more."  He walked with a brisk, vigorous step  aad bis face had loat none of its color.  When he shook hands, however, he  gave the first indication that he waa  feeling the effecta of the wound.  Instinctively he held out his right  hand. Hia face twitched with pain  which he aought to conceal, and he  thruat hla hand Into the pocket of  hia riding cost and put out his left.  Col. Roosevelt said he felt well  enough to make bis speech in New  York on Wednesday night and that  lf he Buffers no' serious effects he  might make a few other speeches before election day.  Becker Pound Guilty.  NEW    YORK, ^bct.    25. ��������� PoKc*e  Lieutenant Charles Becker was found  guilty  laat nlgbt  of  murder  in  the  ************************* *************w*****i****>  Saves Time, Money  Does your range bake  properly, give the most  results for the lea^t  labor, and, is it economical on fuel? If not,  don't make the old one  do. It is wasting your  time, money and labor.  Investigate the up-to-  date line of stoves that  have been specially designed  difficulties.  Gurney-Oxford Chancellor Ranges  are made throughout of best workmanship, material  and skill. Come in and let us demonstrate to you.  You should find out about the Oxford Economizer which saves 29% of fuel; the divided flue  which keeps the oven at an even temperature; and  many other features that have made GURNEY-  OXFORD Ranges famous.  overcome  yyfx  .yy-m  ���������yy-jgi.  -.-Vv  "$*���������  }  :"?._*:  -"*���������'  ;**-  'r-$y  ^T  It  .V-  fcr  i G. L McBRIDE & GO.  ��������� ���������  Cor. Main Str. and 16th Ave.  PHONE: Ftffrtorit 899  BRANCH STORE: Goner Miles and Fraser Aveiaes  .Phone: Fairmont 1167L ^xyyy-xyyyyyyyyy.  a&ryyy;yyyyy/-x'-^  ���������"*���������  *���������**  _-������iHU���������_������-if-������*r*r*  .,���������-.^1 *������*������*:-! -*;;-^*yii_tti*^'*^ .������������������-^������������������i^"*-**���������*���������*,  1  TftE wEff*rrn?N ^aj__.  _*������������������������ ������������������*i;*i>������'a**������,���������������������I-* ."*���������'���������������'* 'i ���������' '���������' ****���������> <  :   The Successful Firms J  :;   Advertise.        ^HY?   j  ���������������������'-:":" '" ' ���������   :....���������; r'/-   ������������������-.     ���������������������������;������������������ ������������������'��������� .'������������������3  .������-,���������������������������������,���������.%��������������� *��������� ���������*��������� )*.&.* 4'*.**-I'-l* l"l-i*>'l"H"l'4'f*1  THE SUCCESS  Business College  has secured temporary quai-ers 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.  ft Q.jQarbutt    E. Scott Eaton* B. A.  _-refefa Principal  Mount Pleascmt  EDltED BY D. R. PIERCE  Phone: Fairmont 1140  tfaTHelp to moke these pages d������ interesting  ae  possible   by   writing  or telephoning all local news each week before  Wednesday noon.  Mrs. Geo. P. Carr, 1219 Flfteeenth  Avenue East, has just returned from  an extended trip East.  Mr.| and Mrs. John Douglas, of 26  Tenth Ave. East, returned from a trip  to the East on Friday last. Mr. Douglas is financially interested in a new  patent of much promise which is being  perfected and tested in Toronto.  Mr. W. Gaskell returned Tuesday  from a* two months' trip to Bristol,  England, where he has been visiting  hia parents and enjoying the holiday  season. Mr. Gaskell reports a splendid trip both going and coming, and  would willingly-have the experience  repeated.  I*  <��������� ���������"���������*!! & ' dyr  MCTAVISH, Prop.  Phone Fairmont 845 ;:   Corner Broadway and Main  Cmk&^ at all hours #ay or night  Hacks, Victorias, Broughams, Surreys and'Single  Su^gies, Express and Dray Wagons for hire  Mr. W. H. Owen, of 122 Fifth Ave.  East, brother of Park- Commissioner  Owen, our well known Mount Pleasant hardware merchant, and who was  operated upon at the hospital for a  serious case of gall stones, is still  critically ill. Mr. Owen made favorable advancement till Tuesday, when  his condition t6ok a turn for the  t/orse, and a telegram was sent to his  brother, who was on a trip to Portland, reaching him at Tacoma, and  causing his hasty return. The operation was' performed by Dr. Seldon,  and while a difficult one, was very successful. The doctors can not account  for his sudden relpase.' Mr. Owen  keeps a store on Granville Street.  (WEDDING BELLS  Miss Minnie Donaghy was married  to Mr. J. Russell McKlnley, Monday  afternoon, in Mount Pleasant Presbyterian Church; Rev. John W. Wood-  side officiated. ��������� ��������� .  A pretty romance, begun six months  ago in Southern California, culminated in a Thanksgiving wedding  day morning, when Mrs. Evangeline  McDurmit was married to Mr. Allan  Sharp. The wedding took place at the  home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kllpin,  of 2146 Semlln Drive.  ���������-***-  ** M I'M 1 <"H It II *���������*"*������������������*��������� i*n*..|ii*i i*.fr ,t  No Delivery  <^^*w^tMi^4^.*.,|..|..|.,|i,|..t..tll|.g.,*,,|,.|,4 ������  Ho Credit  1  Phonei FalrmoDl 521  Veglfiyei the bene*  fit of all axpeasas et  .silver**  ul beek*  kuplig.  We Give Good Goods and Save You Money.  Saturday Speqlata  Pkb Lb.  Fresh Local Lamb, Legs    -  22c  " LoinB - 22c  Choice Pot Roast - - 12 to 15c  Fresh Local Veal Roasts 20c-25c  Sirloin Roast - - - - - 20c  Choice Selected Rabbits, 35c ea.  Good Lard  -   -   -   2 lbs. f6r25c  Paa La.  Young Pig Pork, Legs   -   -   20c  Loins - 20c-25c  Fresh Spare Ribs  Fresh Dressed Chix  Choice Table Butter  Fresh Eggs, per doz.  3 doz. for    -   ���������  FVeah Salmon  Fwnh Halibut  Smokad Halibut  FISH  16c lb. Finaa Huddle  2 lbs. 25c Kippers       ��������� .   -  16c per lb.    -       Kippered Salmon  15c  25c to 30c  - -   35c  - -   35c  - $1.00  per IK 12 l-2c  fie per pair  16c per lb.  2513 Halo Street, or. Broadway    -  i-t'������'f','i"ii������-t'������4"t'������4"t"**i*"t"t"*"ti'!"*'it'��������������������������������������������������������������������������� *v**.?.*r>**~*.^M*~*.  The Place that Treat- Yoa Right  This I* an Independent Market  t  ess&  1 ���������ff*������W<������H"i*f������lM'*'Hl<������*^^  ^���������.���������^<.^..X*������t*������;**t*vV^*K*������:-t*:-^r-V: .   O.-^4^rH^^i^H^H'4r*^  ;; Phono** a*#Ylow 1182  van vr mm pros.  A Thanksgiving supper was given  in the banqueting room of the Mount  Pleasant Methodist Church Wei-esaay  evening, which was a huge srecsaa.  The Ladies' Aid members worked, with  characteristic energy, generosity, and  geniality, and supplied the large number with a splendid repast. Intellectual And aesthetic needs ere also supplied after supper in the auditorum  cf the church^ when an excellent programme was rendered, under the direction' of Madame *������ulissle. the artistes deserve the highest praise^-the  /dung master of the violin, Mr Frank  'Ward, newly arrived from Germany;  the gifted reader, Miss Helen Badg-  ley, and her promising pupil. Miss  Eva Bruce; the. sweet soloist, Mrs.  Kerfoot; the fine voiced Messrs.  Coupse  and   Cocksedge,   to   the cul-  A very pretty house wedding took  place at the residence of Mr. William  Harman, 2417 Clark Drive, when his  only son, William Arundell Harman,  was married to Miss Dorothy Agnes  Williams, formerly of 'Shrewsbury,  England, in the presence of a large  number of relatives and friends on  Saturday evening, the 19th of October.  The ceremony was performed by* the  Rev. George D. Ireland of Westminster  Church. The bride looked Very charming in a pretty gown of net over pink.  The guests sat down to a wedding supper after the ceremony was over. Mrs.  Herman will be at home to her friends  in her new home at 1245 Twenty rtlrBt  avenue east, after the first of Ndvetn-  be������*. v ��������� ��������� ''.''"���������.."������������������  Progress Club Hold Meeting.  The first of a series of public gath-  errings to be conducted by the.Progress Club this season was held In the  new quarters of that organization at  437 Hastings street west, the general  topic of the evening being "How can  we best promote increased consumption' of home products?" The event  was well attended, and it was announced that the luncheons of the club  would be resumed shortly. Much Interest was shown by the members present, and the -gathering which was  characterized as a "get acquainted",  meetinng was pronounced an unqualified success.  LODGES  uro-P-irs-irr obosb o* odd-  niuowa  ,    MT. PLEASANT LODGE NO. 19  Meets   every   Tuesday   at   8  p.m.  ia-  I.O;O.P.   hall,    Westminater    Ave.,   Mt.  Pleasant.    Soouming  brethren  cordially  Invited to attend.  J. C. Davis. N. G.. 1231 Homer Street   /  J. Haddon, V. G.. 2616 M������in Street  Thoe. Sewell. Eec. Sec. 481 Seventh Ave. E.  ���������"       " - ' -. "'���������       '    '   ������������������������������������   ���������>��������� ������������������*-,  A. wedding of wide interest Was solemnized in All Saints' Church, Windsor, Ont., on Tuesday morning, October'22, when Rev. F. A. P. Chadwick,  rector of St. Paul's Church In this city,  was .married to Miss Creina Russell  Henderson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.  E. Henderson of Windsor. Rev.  Arthur Carlisle, rector of All Sainsts'  Church, and successor to Rev. Mr.  Chadwick, performed the ceremony-  He was assisted by Right Rev. A. U.  de Pencier, Bishop of New Westminster, who consecrated the ring used in  the ceremony. As a compliment to  Rev. Mr. Chadwick, who was formerly  rural dean  of Essex, the  clergymen  IMPERIAL TRANSFER COMPANY;  ��������� W. McDoua'd, manager of the Im-  <t perial Transfer Company, has the  natural art of entertaining inquisitive,  visitors. His business is a pleasure  and a success because of his adaptation to the work. Cartage, storage  and distributing are features of the  business. Padded vans are used  where needed. The office is at 563  Georgia St., the warehouse 852 Cambie St. Phones, Seymour 113 and 648.  Orders are given prompt and careful  attention.  tured artiste, Madam Yullssie, whose forn������ei* a������ aisle thro������*n which the  exquisite and marvellous rendering of j wedding party passed. The clergy in  the "Swallow" thrilled the apprecia-1 attendance were Rev. W. F. Snelgrove,  five audience.   The National Anthem IRey- H- Batterby, Rev. A. E. Farney  Pig Summer Sale  Of Pots and Plants, Ferns, Palms, etc  Large variety of  Cut Flowers, Feni Pishes, Baskets/ etc.  Great Reductions  j|  999 Broadway W.,        Cor. Prosdwayarid Oak f  mm OFFICE, SfMll) for Hospital visitors. GDI. HMTBER and BROADWAY       *j;  f*H"l'*'i'^*i'lMH*<**������������'.i't"M"i'<'il"l''i''i"H>������:0 *fr*'rt������������K*������������������i>������������a������*fr,������*>*^^^  We are now located in our new store  Cor- 10th Avenue & Hain Street  With more room and better lighting facilities,  we are in a position to give much more satisfactory service. *  While soliciting your kind co-operation for  the new store, we take this opportunity to thank  you for your past kind patronage on the old stand.  The exclusive agency for  Campbell's Made-to-Measure Clothing  has been secured for the new stored  brought a most delightful evening  a close.���������Yours Truly,  '    (Mrs) P. S. HALI  to  and Rev. P. C. Harding.  ,    Orange Hall Building.  A meeting of the directors of the  Orange Hall Association was held on  Saturday   in   the Jold   Holy  Trinity  Clark Drive Widening.  The civic court of revision held  last week passed the recommendations for the widening of Clark  ,Drive to a width of 80 feet from Powell street to Fifteenth avenue, at the  Church building, corner of Pine and I estimated cost of $164,240, tbe charge  Eighth streets, Fairview. The object. j to be borne by the property owners,  was to plan alterations to the build-:some of whom objected to the project,  ing so that it will serve as a meeting j Other proposals passed were the pav-  hall while tbe new Orange hall is in ;ing of Campbell avenue, between Pow-  course of construction.   It was deci- jell and Hastings streets, and the con  ded that it can be  suitable temporary hall, but that it  will have to be moved so that work  on the new building, which is to have  its frontage** on Eighth avenue, will  not be interfered with.  The plans for,the new building are  such that a part of it can be erected  at once, and when that is completed  and ready for occupation, the old  structure may be torn down, and the  section of the new building fa:in<  Pine street constructed, thus making  converted into aicre(e   curbs   on   Napier  street,  Victoria to Lakewood Drives.  froir  a   complete  corner  metrical lines.  building   on   sym  A i  A  New Bakery.  Arthur Frith  MEN'S AND BOYS' FURNISHINGS  HATS, BOOTS AND SHOES  Cor. 10th Ave. and Main St.  Open evenings until 8 p. m.  Come in and inspect our new quarters.  CM  CHURCH NOTICE.  Alert Adiilt Bible Class of Mountain View Methodist Church meets at  2.30 every Sunday. Visitors will be  made welcome. S. Johnsfbn, president.  Pastora to Exchange Pulpits.  At a meeting of the Vancouver Minister h]    iAf80cint5on     last     week     a  plan was  perfected  whereby all  tbe  pastors  belonging to  the  association  | will interchange pulpits the first Sunday in December.    The details of the  interchange will  be announced  later  j by the association. No other business  G.,e! Pierrotrthe~well-known real|excePt of a routin,e nature, was trans"  estate broker of Mt. Pleasant, is about,acted at the meeting.  to add to his business responsibilities ,_, _, ._.'.-  .. j    .,        ,     ������   .   ,       v ���������   .      Vice-President   Sherman's   Death,  the conducting of a first-class bakery ���������  and confectionery. The new establish- Utica, N.Y., Oct.- SO���������After a long  ment will be located at 150 Broadway .Illness, Vice-President .laroes S. Sher-  east, near Main, and will be known as ]man died at nis nome in tnis city at  Pero's Bakery. 19:42 o'clock tonight cf uraemic poison,  This will not be a store stocked with caused by Bright's disease,  all sorts of notions, but will specialize j    He  had  been  sinking    since early  along the lines designated���������the   very. morning, and  it was    realized    that  j best of bread and pastry and a fine as- j death  was a question of only a few  sortment of the choicest confectionery, hours.  ; Saturday of this week has been select  Rooms  PAPER1BP  From  $4.0Q  Cootractinj* Paperbangers  2317 Main Street  Phone Fairmont 998  Ml. Pleasant Carriage &  Horseshoeing Shop  Dealers in Heavy Team  and   Express   Wagons  Hubber Tire Work  MUIR & tbpp  24W Westminster Ro-4  progressive Bool Repairing  232 *iroadw������* t.       Tom. Nrriajtos, Prop*  Has installed a A  "QOODYIEAR SHOE REPAIR OUTFIT"  Turns out shoes equal to new  ed for opening day. Everybody is invited to inspect the new bakery. See  "ad."  The Crooked Way.  District Attorney Whitman of New  York was talking about the sad case of  a western banker who had stolen a  BUGHOUSE. great sum from the depositors.  A travelling man lately wandered "The man," said Mr. Whitman, "lived  into a remote hotel that doesn't keep, beyond his means���������motor cars, a  a dictionary, and on coming down in j house with eleven baths, son at col-  the morning was asked by the land- lege, daughter coming out, wife hungry  lord how he rested. J for diamonds.'  The  inevitable result  "Oh, replied the gentleman. *I suf- followed  fered nearly all night from insomnia."  The landlord was mad in a minute,  and  roared:    "I'll bet you two  dollars there ain't one in my house."  Mr. Whitman smiled and ended:  "The unfortunate fellow got straitened, so he became erooTeed."���������Washington Star.  We live to serve the people.  Our Stock is complete and  of excellent quality.  Our Workmen  are  Skilled  Reliable and Prompt.   *  LEE & WOOD  523lrwiwij,W,   rnooc Fair. 1520  ���������Y  oice  New Hay  F. T. Vernon's  Feed Store  2471 Westminster Road  Cor. Broadway        Mt. Pleasant  Poultry Supplies  of every description - y  K,  Phone: Fair. 186  J  Bulbs! Bulbs!  FOR SALE  A fine lot to choose from, all in  prime condition.  Sixty varieties to select from.  Now is the time to buy for Fall planting to give good results for next  Spring.  KEELER'S NURSERY  Cor 15th Ave. & Main St-  PHONE: Fairmont 817  Trya"CALL"ad. ���������vr"-* ..;*..*>1^'  Mnullkr tfi.ai*'**1"1*!*!'*  ^���������i^wi^ I.MI  1..VA*'.-  i& /;^: Aiix^^*-^?*^*:'? yy������^S^^y~  THE WKSPTBIBK f^LIi.  :������:':Wi^!:B-  *4iy^^  also ilelfTYou  4.4. .?*..���������{. ���������!��������� .|. J. if. i. ���������;��������� ���������> *"��������� -I* ���������*���������* **t''t' ���������!��������� ���������!��������� '1'j*t-1 ���������!��������� ��������������� ���������! <��������� t,  TORONTO}  J FJURNITURE   STORE f  3J3-I *l-Io St. ������������������������  Out** stock of Furniture  * is Large, Modern and  ;; adapted to the tastes of  Bayers.  Dressers. Buffets. Tables  :: Chairs, Couches, Mat-  :: tresses. Bedsteads, etc.  ',', A complete line of  Linoleums, Carpet Squares, etc.  Drop in and inspect our goods.  This is where you get a square  deal.  VM. H. COWAN  dieperids upon the condi-    _,  tion of your _pirie.    To  ehjoy perfect health get  your spine adjusted by  Ernest Shaw, D.C.  (Doctor of Chiropractic)  250 22nd Avenue East  (Close, to Main St.)  Office Hours: 1:30 to 6.     Consultation  '.       :'  ���������  <yyy  Free. ' .      _  ,.^^..t..l..l..Wi.l..t..t.il"l-l������I"l������l"l"l"l"1"i"l*l-'l '  ���������'=���������:   .-.- ��������� >: "���������' ���������' ���������������������������. ���������*-.:- -yy-.'- -y-x-y  Can Not Find Leper. ^;  Although the police have conducted:  an energetic: search for the last  thirty-six hours, no trace has yet been  found of the leper, Yung Chang Sang,  who made his escape Sunday evening  from the pest bouse. '  Mr. MacArthur Recovering.  South Vancouver, Oct. 29.���������Magistrate MacArthur, who is now an inmate of a West End private hospital,  suffering from a complete breakdown  in health,- is reported by his medical  advisers to be recovering, and will be  able to resume _is duties on the  bench shortly.  *M-!"M'I Ml I It t I'll 11 IT>l't'i''t'P������*'l'H'i"l I'll ll'M'l Mil ������ '��������� ' *���������"*'',  I '6 roomed modern house oh 17th Avenue in C. P. JL\  X section, hardwood floors, built-in buffet, steam heat.  This house is worth inspection.   Price $600Q, terms  \:.y-'    y'-'' toarrsmg^y:^r:  On 11th Avenue East, in 400 block, 50kl22 in lawri, small  house.   Price $4200, $1200 cash, bal. to arrange.  We have a large list of four room bungalows on 24tty and  25th Avenues, in city.   These are well finished, fire-place,  panelled walls, tinted ceilings.   Only $2900, $300 cash, balance as rent.  Date of Becker's Execution Fixed..  New York, Oct. t 30.���������Charles Becker, the former police lieutenant, convicted of procuring the murder of the  gambler, Herman Rosenthal, was. sentenced, today to  die in  the electric  and representing Methodists  and citizens of Vancouver, thronged  thai great apartment, their arrival  keeping "the whole battery of elevators busy.  CoverB were laid for all, and the  tables were prettily appointed. The  scene formed a magnificent picture  from the rich red of Or. Chown _ D.D.  hood at the seat of honour, to the  tawny petals of the nearest chrysanthemum of the decoration.  Brilliant lighting and as brilliant  speaaking characterised the banquet.  The traditions of Methodism, and the  reputation of Vancouver were well  Upheld. Dr. Chown's welcome will be  long rcunembered as a superb Success.  Property Owners Object to Assess -  ��������� ment.  Three., strenuous protests from property owners on Clark Drive marked  the proceedings at the court of revi-  chair at Sing Sing during the week of j TfJ^ Week' **"?"' **���������"_  8cl,1?f'  r.���������������__w��������� n    -._;* ���������__.__���������_ .__' pMocal improvement were (brought up  t  LOUGHEED &  2343 MAIN STREET  t  December 9.   The sentence was pronounced by Justice Goff.  for consideration and passed  It was with respect to the widening  of the thoroughfare to a width of 80  _,-_,���������_���������_��������� ������      .   .   . ..     feet from the south side of Powell St  Plunging headlong off a steel girder f_. -.������������������...   ��������� .     * ,,  .. .   _a :   . .��������� .       ��������� to Fifteenth avenue, by the acquisi-  Fell 70 Feet to Death.  PHONa Fairmont 496,497  4  4  "-4''l''tllll'l"l"l'*|"l'll''t''*,,','l',I''>*M"I"l"*"t',l"I>*.0    ���������***���������! lilllriwtMlMllllHlllMlllH* I itl I*!* ���������������������������*������"**������������������  +*************************n**********+************+*4  a  ������������������*t  PETERS & CO*  ������������������.-"   Pioneer Shoemakers  From Rear Bloomfield's Cafe to  2530 Main Street  With improved quarters we improve and increase our work accordingly.  to the ground, 70 feet below, George  Hess; aged 2$, a structural steel worker, residing at the Palace Hotel, was  instantly killed late on Tuesday after-  neon, when he lost his balance while  working on the new Orpheum Theatre building, Granville street, near  Georgia.  '^^M^'y^^^^i*^^:  IsajM ���������very Friday at 84,08 Weat-dn  <t������r Rbadrone-htJfblock north of BrOad-  ���������***���������. ;?*?hone Fairmont 1140.  icditor, H. EL Stevens; Manager, Geo  v. Odium. v  W?y.' ;r���������(jw_J^te_������||i^  lfoHfr*i___������f^  140th ������' **������*** #^:-<-$^^?^^  fabaerlptlOBt fl.oo per year. SO cent*  j������r stx months; 26 cents per thra>  -north*.  CJiangaa of ads. muit be In by Tuea-  lay fvenJnj- encli week to Insure fewer*  tion 4n following issue.  Notices of births, deatha and mar-  Hagaa Inserted free of charge.  time,- xGp^ptyfyyfioiM-i;r....  ^..._..���������.,..,,,,,.,���������,  tance. ^Gii*%rfa:pi&  full r>irdcnl_r-).���������Nation-d Mant_*e������_r.  ingOo.,,|ton*-������ai-;.;::^'- ' "x -;'-^-^^^������s������  -���������--��������� j^���������S^3������S������l*ili  a. yx. iW-& *>xii,-ffmf>^pBM  111wiw*^:??mmgmy  ������������������-'-'��������� ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������^���������'���������-������p  Highwayman May Be Here.  Believing that the highwayman who  held up" and robbed    their    office in  Skagway, Alaska, on October 8,-and  obtained $4,500 in cash, is now in Van-  tion of a seven foot strip of land on  I each side of the street, at an estimated  (cost of *!164,240, that the protests were  1 raised.  : Mr. J. Brooks stated that Instead of  j taking; .seven feet from him the city  waa taking 8 feet 10 inches, and the  extra strip would cost him more  Aid. Hepburn said the city would  have to pay him for it, and Mr. Brooks j  said that would make a difference. He  was told he could oppose the scheme, i  but it did not-seem to be of much use.  }co"u"ve"rrthe"'well"s plrgo'Vcompan^'    "';* '^^"^JT " ^  express   office^   in   Seattle   wired  th,  ^IJ~.������ nS��������� *������brh* f"* 8ewe���������*  Vancouver Mice Wednesday morning 22 II     /'I      "!    ?f* ^!  and asked them to make a search for ^ ** d y "^W-" ft* ������ *  i.  < would be a trunk road.   Taxes would  j be excessive, and this seemed to be  ; only the beginning. It was simply ruin*  He,....        . , .        .,    ������us;   people who petitioned  for the  <>i    Shooting.down two men of a city -_._._  I  I  the bandit.  All the newest Fall Shades, in blue and  black Serges, Tweeds, Cheviots and Fancy .  Worsteds, BEAUTIFULLY TAILORED  ' *yy'"  We are not in the high-rent district, that is ff  why we can make up- these regular $40.00 y.';y  and $50.00 suits at 030mOO  MODEL LADIES' TAILORING  2450 Main Street, .near Broadway  my^imm  '���������'���������>'��������� ���������-������������������������������������ '"iv";'^������& -ks  " ' "     '"''^V'';,<*iV,"l,i;''I"3iJ  *2?1i?'i>V,*'_l  '���������Better Clothes Made Nowherev*  We Guarantee that  Two Men Shot Down.  street Improvement crew at the cor-  --.  ���������... . , .^' ^ ^. .. ^ __._.-j.--.. --.--.-_  ner of Balsam and-York streets. Kit-  9^9*y*y*y*y**9������99*^*y*n*)9*j9**n*^  tire gang running for shelter till some  'of the men realized that; his raur-  !derous , mania   only   concerned   the  men he had wounded. Bobertshaw'  [was   then   seized,  and   held   till   the  police  arrived  and  removed  him  to  the Kitsilano police station.  VISIT  BAN D'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 Pinner from 5 p.m* to 8 p.m.  Commutation Tickets $5.50 for $5.00  We cater to social gatherings of all descriptions.  3611 Main St.  Cor- 10th Ave.  PHONE: Fairmont 2273  *M  illi  -���������^'v'.'-'K-l  yyyyyiiisyi4  ;xym^^ym  -���������:&yy^M>m  Caught Cold at Station.  Toronto, Oct. 30.���������An odd case was  decided at' Osgoode Hall yesterday,  when Mr. Justice Britton awarded  George M. Morrison, of Essex County.  |1,500 damages against the Pere Mar-  widening did not know what they were  going to obtain.  They thought the city  I was purchasing   the   property ' from  ; them and was to pay for the Improvements.  j    Mr. Scovill thereupon said he would  have to pay back $245.15 more than he  received for his property. Owners at  the Powell street end received much  /more than did those at the other end,  .and-yet all had to pay back the same  amount. Thus the man with the cheap  ! property had to pay for the man with  .the rich property, and that seemed to  him to be unfair. ,  ���������   ' '  i    Aid. Hepburn said that this did seem  : to be unfair, but that was true of any  t  ���������������'M"H'������frl"M' 1' 1 'I������'- 'i *������* *���������  ���������Vfjf"     _r_l_r_l__ir        ' v*e**m<**  T If IE   HHIf     c^fcGOWW  REST PARLOR       <* SAW^>>  264Q Moln St* 2d oloro from IWi *%*���������  PHONE  FAIRMONT  510  | Confectionery, Fruits and Soft Drinks  f       We get our Sweet Cream, Milk, Butter and Buttermilk fresh daily.  1 Large selection of Cigars, Cigarettes, and Tobaccos.  ?���������' Agents for Woman's Bakery.  >**4>4f***4'V**4t4*>**4'4>*M'4^  ���������:^: yyysm^ym  ���������$?m������  yymy  ; r.j-'v'i,. ���������-*������.:.���������  ..    _ ,, , ...    . local improvement on any street. ,  quette Railway for medical expensesj_ Mr ScovI1, sa,d __t 0_e ma_ .. ^ I  expected such a thing. They thought j  they were giving a little strip of land,  to pay the expenses, but men on Pow  .and' loss of salary, resulting from a  'cold contracted while waiting at the  jPere   Marquette   crossing  at   Marsh-  .field, where there is no' Btation^build- eU> Hagti and 'ye^e,   8treet8  iing.. The train was late, and Monl-  were getting fancy prlce8( bU|. tnoge  in other parts were not. A plan of  that kind would not be sanctioned by  any court if the matter were taken  there.  son's cold resulted in an illness of six  months.  PfVfVfViV?    ������������������"���������WW"*  For good values in  REAL ESTATE AND INVESTMENTS  Gallon J  TRIMBLE   &  NORRIS]  Cor. Broadway and Westminster Road  %.t.������^������i*������.|.������.|i������^*.l-������-*������������'^������������������*������*^-l-*4*4-������-t'������*'**i-t'*>'l'������-l'������*l  +  ���������  ���������I*  :  i  Vancouver Old-Timer Dies.  On Saturday one of Vancouver's re-  'spected pioneers died in the person of  Mr. William Lougheed, aged 70.     Mr.  [Lougheed,  who came to British Col-  jumbia about nineteen years ago, lived  j for some time in New  Westminster.  I In recent years he had been in muni- j  j cipal employmenrt in  the city.      He J  jdied in the home of Mrs. F. r.. Bal-  ! lard,  one  of  his  daughters,   of   440 i  , Fifth  Avenue  East.      He leaves iilso  another daughter In t$\\e city, Mis. E.  G. Parnell. The funeral service waa  : conducted by Mr.- David Scott, and  j was held in the Gospel Hail. 1181 Sey-  j mour Street.    Interment was made in  the Mountain View cemetery.  I fully decided that 1 would call on  my friend today, but my friend died  yesterday.     ,  Morris Jelly  H. C. Foote  Main Transfer Co.  ^���������__***s__**s**____aaaaaafmaaawaaaaaaawa������������������������������������ ^m^^***^^m^^m^^^m^^^mmmmm^mm^mmmm^mmmmwmt  Express, Baggage and Storage  Always in Mount Pleasant  Phone Fairmont 1177  Stand 2421 Scotia St,. Mt. Pleasant  ' Bujldtng Permits. . |  The building permits for the month  up to Wednesday amounted to $2,515,  j 405. Amongst the permits issued on  j Wednesday were the following: Van-  ' couver Club, $275,000, concrete, stone,  ; brick and terra-cotta building at 901  ; Hastings Street, for which Messrs.  i Sharp and Thompson are the archi-.  > tects,   and   the   Norton-Griffiths   Con-1  OBITUARY  Mahon���������The death occurred on  Sunday morning of Elizabeth .Mahon.  aged 78, at her late residence, :.���������>  Broadway west. The funeral took  place on Wednesday after-neon at 2.30  o'clock to the Mount Pleasant Methodist Church, where service v.r.s hel.l  and thence to the Mountain View  cemetery.  Davidson���������The funeral of the late  James M. Davidson took i>lace Wednesday morning from his late residence, 32 Seventh avenue east. The  funeral was under the auspices of the  Musicians' Unicn, whose band and  members were in attendance. Int2r-  ment was in Mountain Ariew.  Dryden���������The  death  occurred  Tues-  Follow the crowd to  PERO'S  BAKE RY  ���������on  P ROA DWAY '~r������m MAI N  where you can get the  FINES!  CAKES       At D0W" T0Wn  candies        Prices  McLACHLAN & MORGAN  Hillcrest's  Leader in New  Boots, Shoes and Repairs  333o Wain Street       Cor. 18th Ave.  struction   Company   the contractors;   day of Thomas A. Dryden, aged 39, at  B.C.   Sugar  Refining Co.,  525,000,  for   his residence, 2219 Bridge street.    De-  STERLING CAFE  THE  SANITARY  EATING HOUSE  Save ^    Meal   Tickets,   regular   price   $4.25,  50c... I   now *"educed t0 *-t*75 -"to everybody  Place: 625 MAIN ST,  Prop., S. KUBOTA  steel and concrete machine shop;  Finnish Society, $12,000, fcr a two-  storey public hall at 2605 Pender  Street East; and $5,000, in the name  of Messrs. Currie and Wallace, for a  dwelling house at 2495 Sixth Avenue  West.  ceased was a native of Qalt, Ont. The  funeral took place from the T. Edwards Company's chapel on Wednesday. Rev. Mr. Jackson officiated. Interment was in Mountain View.  I Wright���������The death took place on '  j Sunday of James Wright, of 4525 Que- j    1 bee street, aged 60.    The funeral too!c j  Rev. Dr. Chown Welcomed. : place Wednesday afternoon from his ;  Vancouver's welcome to Dr. S. D. late residence Jbo Mountain View  Chown, general superintendent of the cemetery. Rev. H. B. West officiated.  Methodist church in the west, and j Brooks���������The death occurred Tues-  new head of Ryerson college, who has day of Lillian Jean the ten-year-old  arrived to reside in this city instead daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James K-  of in Winnipeg, formed the motive Brooks, of Cedar Cottage. The  of a rousing banquet held Tuesday funeral took place from the parlors of  night in the' spacious hall of David Center & Hanna Wednesday after-  Spencer. Ltd., on Hastings street An noon at 2.30 o'clock to Mountain View  assemblage    nearly    seven    hundred cemetery.   Rev, Dr. Wright officiated.  2446 Main Street  RESOLVED to give the- " OKANAGAN VALLEY FRUIT STORE" a trial, and, if goods prove  satisfactory, to continue our patronage.  Carried unanimously.  PRO BONO PUBLICO  Not the Cheapest Place  nut the Best Value tor  ."loney  ��������� ^ olE^ANT CONFER,0Z  ������^0\)k tl. Armstrong, Prop. <?d  **$  2440 MAIN STREET  ������r>  To make room for our Xmas stock, we are offering during, October,'  Writing Pads and Papctries  at specially reduced prices.  We sell ail the latest magazines at publishers' prices.  Mount Pleasant people have learned the proper place to go to get  Cake?, Pastry, Table Fruit, Nuts, Ondies, Chocolate*, etc.  --���������WE HAVE OPENED UP OUR H )T DRINKS POR THF SEASON  ____________________1________________B_______^_B_B___| *ttyyfl$^*^{"t"*^J*" *������������������ i*1  ,'*vr/ntJ'jr*tuk'H%_STr*i>.- .*tft_A-.*w  ^'^'i:':':yxyy^-yy:dsm^Sb  i.   6  '���������"to mptyrcpv* r1*,*,".  WAREHOUSE   SITES, BUNGALOWS  All prices and terms.    Short term loans.  REAL ESTATE        NOTARY PUBLIC  fimdvlew. Car Tin-lais, Cslar Gottaee  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.  PHONES Fairmont 1217  LEADER  GROCERY  J. WEARN, Prop,  Full stock'.-of Qualify Groceries at the lowest  possible prices.        .  New Laid Eggs and Fresh Butter always in'stock.  VICTORIA ROAD, CORNER BODWELL ROAD  PAGE'S  Grocery and Hardware  ___________-r>-H-------------������--------^-M____-_-------->---  Special Announcement  1 car Ashcroft Potatoes just arrived for immediate  sale.     $1.25 P^ sack.  - 3 for 25c  Dutch Cleanser   -  FelsNaptha       *���������     -  Corn and Tomatoes  Best Bread Flour  Pr. Price's Baking Powder  jfiggs   -���������������������--  Wringers    -     -  Pastime Washing Machines  4 for 25c  2 for 25c  $1.75  35c  3 doz. $1.00  $3.75 and $4.00  $14.00  Orders received by Phone, Fairmont 1684  Goods delivered any where in Vancouver.  Knight Road and 24th Avenue  * G. J*. PAGE. Prop.  pvery Mne q  AT-  p.-'.imNtnv  Opposite fire Hqil, Cedor  Pelivery to any part.  Grocer  Cottage  i t*f*j**4f444>*i"H'4-l-4,4'4'il4'l44*  ***4**4******4'*4>****4r&*4^*ir  I DSD Stave 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 more reliable than private plant operation. See us for particulars  and rates.  Western Canada Power Company,  r.     ���������  LIMITED  Phone: Seymour 4770      6O3-6IO Carter-Cotton Bldg. |  P. O. BOX 1418, VANCOUVER. B. C.  ���������.,*,,*,winM..***,!.***********  *4"*4**4-4*4*4<*4f4*****>******  Advertise in The Call  11" A WTCI_ Girls an(* boys' men ant* women������ *������ ���������earn stenography  W API 1 Cl/ = =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 dJSL**  Knew mighty well {hat if he sent any j ..  Whereupon the sheriff, ap-l  Jake wires to me I'd do a little in* parently but little frightened, had the;  ���������estlgating before I acted any, and so baron photographed while at the'  She makes up his own law forces. Gets height of bis oratory, and presented  Tom Tarbrdw, a fellow we ran out of the boys with souvenir copies of thei  here two years ago���������must have been proofs.  living ln Chicago ever since���������to play( Late in the evening, somewhat re-  Jny part. Sends 'deputy sheriffs* down freshed by the hospitality of the sher-j  to help bluff the conductor and you iff, the boys resumed their journey.:  youngsters. Good scheme, all right!.The sheriff himself escorted them to  Would bave worked if you hadn't been the train, and with him came Pod  handy with your fists and lively on -Morgan, owner of the bloodhounds baf-  Jour legs. What gets me, though, is fled by the pepper trick a few short;  is rierve in hiring Pod Morgan's pack 'hours before. Mr. Morgan showed no  of hounds to trail you. Pod's all heat*; resentment against the youngsters,  ed up. Says he don't blame you boys and even insisted on sending a young  hone for peppering your tracks, but hound to the home address of each  he'll get satisfaction but of the Qer- one���������*_ dawg," as Mr. Morgan stated  man or out of Tom Tarbrow.   Says  his dawgs won't be no good again for  (six months, maybe never."  .   "How would they have handled us?"  questioned   Solano.    "They   couldn't  very well put us ln any lockup with  no authority except their nerre."  ?��������� "Wouldn't have needed to," laughed  the sheriff.   "Their scheme was plain'  enough.  All they wanted was the pa*1  ee*fy those portions of-Texas which  made & great general declare that If  he had that state and the Infernal  regions at his disposal he'd live In  hell and rent out Texas. Mesquite and  prickly brush; Jungles bisected here  and there with thorny trails; habitations almost as scattered and as seldom visible as in the days 'When the  Comanche and the Lipan rode abroad.  In the land���������that is the Rio Grande  border. It is an ideal country for  smugglers, cattle-thieves and revolutionists, just as it was'once the happy  hunting ground of the most pernicious  red -men.   . ���������������������������  Still, it doesn't much matter what  the section of the land may./be, or  what the scenery may amount to. If ���������  it Is in these United States���������and  there Is a patch of fairly level ground  discernable���������there, will be a ball game  in progress any pleasant afternoon,  rid the crack of the bat will rouse  the echoes where once the Indian war-  whoop scared the birds. Hence it can  hardly be considered Btartling or even  remarkable to find' good games in full  blast upon the Rio Grande���������games  which may not be played with big  league skill, but which are filled with  liveliness and pepper, loud outcries  and troubles for the umpire.  ,     ' (To be Continued J  safe  CEDARJPIG.  Westminster Road Work.  SOUTH VANCOUVER, Oct. 26--T_e  contracts for paving Westminster road  **fl!l not be awarded till thei^urn cif  Reeve Kerr and Councillor Third from :  Edmonton next..week, according to a  statement made by acting-Reeve ^Eil-^;,  Hot today.   Councillor Elliot said thait  as far as he could tell at present there1'  was no reason';.-for calling a special  meeting of the.council for a week. ,������������������.:'���������>  As far as the acting-reeve knew the  exact figures of the tenders opened by  the council in committee last week  were not known. The contractors  themselves could compare figures if  they wanted to or estimate at some of  them when the amount of a few of the  cheques were read out. but the results  arrived at could not be anything more  than mere guesswork.  The British Navy and the Coast.'  pen and JettftW you hoys lire carrying.  They'd have took those away from  prou and th������*) tont-4 yoti loose, figur  ;ing that you wort too completely  ibluffed tovmake ������ny kick, at to do  ^anything eicepttng to go straight  home. Good ideas, son*���������but you sure  ���������did sting'em tbte ttoe.**  "What will you do *Jtb Paron Zoi<  jlern tint W* Wre4 menr* asked Brock*  latt with nttural curiosity. Tne sheriff  'knitted bU brows, thoughtfully.  i ThgTi something of ft poser,*' ft*  (mitted the official.    If yoo Udt would  Istfty o-for tod testify w* ooukl girt  j them plenty of chances to work oot������  nice long sentence���������'specially   Tom  iTarbro*-*.   Impersonttlnf  ���������*  office?  Isn't ft beftltby trick Torwd these parts,  ���������nd we'd tx Tom proper.   Ton say,  {though, thftt you b������~e'to bo on your  [way right sudden, aid I won't detain  you. Reckon I can send Tom wd hit  fellows np for ft little while without  your help���������the testimony of tbe ������on* I  doctor end of Pod Morgan will just1  Ithout settle them.  Ill be cussed lf I  know what to do with tbe Dutchman,!  though.** I  "The baron?  He's a spy of the German  government,  and  one  of   the  i kaiser's moot valuable agents," Solano  {remarked."  ' "That's ft certain cinch," said tbe  sheriff "but that won't get ns much  right now. We know wbo he Is;!  we've got some goods on him, and,  we've taken a lot of choice credentials'  ���������way from him. Wish it was wartime���������we'd soon settle a polecat like  blm. In the war-time we used to  catch Yankee spies 'round these woods  Jnow and then���������and there was no for*  tmaUty at all. Not a bit of formality.  Just ft tree-limb and a halter. If we.  jonly had ft nice excuse, like those  [times, eon, we'd tend to your German, j  lis lt Is, I'm afraid we can't do much.  (Might print the story on him, but  'that would tip off any other spies or  ���������secret agents as to where you boys  .were traveling, and cause you more  ItrouMe than It would be worth."  ! "Why not hare all his credentials  (photographed." suggested Brockett,  ("and keep one set of copies here,  iwhlle sending another set to the secret service at Washington T"  "Good idea, boy. Good idea,"'  chuckled the sheriff. Til do it Do  it right away."  And a few hours later, various high-'  ly valued documents, papers that'  would cause tremendous stirrings in:  the land of the Black Eagle, were en:  route to Washington. The sheriff, by'  way of good measure and variety, presented the boys with a set of the  photographic duplicates, kept a set;  himself, and sent still another set to;  official friends In Chicago. As to thei  baron: He raved. He called heaven!  and the Infernal regions alike to wit-j  ness that dire calamities would descend upon the Untied States, the state!  of Arkansas, the city of Little Rock.-  and the hardy sheriff, unless his pa*  "****��������� S*e**t reiurned_and _all duplicates;  destroyed.  it, "that'll be a real comfort to yore  fambly, an' will be mighty useful when  It comes tub keepin' foreign snakes  from, traipsln' 'roun' yo' premises."  Several of Mr. Morgan's famous blood,  hounds were with him and the boys  learned, with astonishment, that the.  dreaded man-trackers were rather  small, measly-looking creatures, not  large enough or powerful enough to  make a good fight against a bull-terrier, and answering In no description  the stories or tbe pictures which pass  current in all literature;  "Real bloodhounds," explained Mr.  Morgan, grinnlngly, "has come tub be  nothln' but show dawgs, with long  can that'd git cotched ln the brambles  In a minnlt. Tub turn a pack of real  bloodhounds loose atter a man, an'  they'd all sit down on their tells an'  yell right helpless. Real, genuwlne,  man*ootchin' dawgs Is ��������� wuss mixture  than Injun an' nigger���������but they ona  toiler, an* they can And."  They don't look," ventured Solano,  "as If they would tear a mam to pieces  when they caught Mm.'"  Mr. Morgan and the sheriff haw-  hawed kmg and loud.  "No, ton, they don't look thftt war,  and they ain't," gurgled the delighted  Mr. Morgan. "What's more, there  never was no mftn-efttln* dawgs need  ter chase nobody, not even niggers,  fa the old slavery dftye, who* ft nig-  for run ���������way, the thing to do ������������������������ tub  catch him, but not tub kill him. mil  ft f 1,000 nigger r |on, thftt would be  plumb Idiotic, wouldn't Itr Tho bounds  was simply used tub foller him, locate him* ������n' make ft racket till the  hunters/ could com* up fth' get the  **-���������*������."  "In Cuba," put In Solano, "the Spaniards used real bloodhounds, end  fierce ones too, to run down and kill  tbe Indiana."  "Weil," assented Mr. Morgan, "tbat  would be plumb dlffrunt. An Injun is  ft dlffrunt beast from ft nigger. Tour  nigger was mighty valuable���������you bad  to look out fer his hide. Tour Injun  wsrmlghty dangerous, an' better dead  then llvln'. See the diffrunce, sonny?  Tell me, whar did you pick up thftt  pepper trick?"  "Cuban scheme," explained Solano.  "In the Ten Tears' war, mr fftther  and his friends threw the Spaniards  off tho trail ������ dosen times thftt way."  "Gratt Idee," quoth Mr. Morgan. "I  don't be������r you boys the least Ill-will  Sir Richard McBride has lost no opportunity of supporting the proposition  that Canada ought to participate, in  naval defence of the Empire. He was  one of the, strongest advocates of this  course before the Conservative party  took it up at Ottawa, and has persist:  ently given that proposition the benefit of his Influence. The Premier insists that the Pacifc Coast of Canada  ought to be protected with an effective  squadron, and he does not expect the  people of Great Britain to pay for this  service while Canada gets* the benefit  of It. At present the strategic policy  of the admiralty calls for a concentration of the navy in or near European  waters. The reason for this is tbat a  European Power whose ships are not  scattered is the one which Britain considers most formidable at sea. This is  a recent phase and it may pass. An  Asiatic power may be a menace ot the  future, In which case there would be a  new distribution of British ships. In  any case, the ships of the Empire  make the defence of the Empire, and  Canada may expect thftt all British  shores will be protected as well as tbe  British Empire Is able to do lt. But as  the British Empire, which Is to be pro-  teced, Is not confined to the Brtish  Il lands, so thftt nftry which is to do  the work should not be a charge on  the British Islands alone.  CEDAR.COTTAGB PR_SBYTERIa3  CHURCH  v Rev. J. C. Madill, Pastor.  Services���������11 a.m., 7:30 p.m.       '  > y- Suffragette Sentenced.  ��������� London���������MIbb Helen Craggs, daughter of Sir John Craggs, of a big firm,  of aeronauts, was locked up on Saturday night, Oct: 18, to do nine months  hard labor ; for attempting to; burn  Cabinet Minister Harcourt's house at  Oxford; Miss Craggs immediately began a hunger strike.   :-:;.  PHONE: Fairmont 1595  WM.  RftTHie  Cor. Victoria and Westminster Roads-  GENERAL PLUMBER  Jobbing Promptly Attended to.  Estimates Furnished Free.  Distance no object.  Cedar Cottage P.O., South Vaocouver.B.C.  S. fAWOR  CEBM GOTTftOE V      Nest t������lkr.11mtf������i  Every description of Second-  Hand Furniture Bought or Sold.  Highest Prices Given, Lowest  Prices Charge..  Cedar Collage Fuel Supply  .. Terms Cms  for C00| OWl WOOC(  t\wmTuirmoiit 404  Order office 3413 Commercial Street   .  Cedar (ot tripe, fdjoinii g car terminus  ..'    ' .!'      '     ,., .    ssssssmmsm  ,********4<*******4>*>4<*<**W  SclntiUalinq Cut Ulass  The Olft Pur excellence  At a large expense we have installed a 0fff 0199* Room to  house our beautiful 9lQi>9 Uf  Wm**wara* Our selection is*  absolutely complete and our means  of showing it is one of the ffnest on  the Pacific Coast. Our prices are  moderate and our goods of the finest  cut on the market.  IT IS A PLEASURE TO SHOW YOU ROUND  Geo. G. Pigger  Jeweller and Diamond Merchant  \43 Hastings Street, W.  ���������������H.*"*..H''K'**"M-*������������'.'*������������  !fer it���������but somebody's got tub make  good fer tbem dawgs, an' I reckon it'll  have tub be the German."  The travelers were accustomed to  'reoalvtag notes by now and they were  jhardly surprised wben Brockett, as  ithe t***_e moved out, received a email  iwhHe envelope from the hand of the!  friendly sheriff.  ��������� MGane by mall this afternoon.";  cried the sheriff es tbe station receded;  Into diss��������� ni "Note to me with It.;  :Nete saM to give It to you as the]  train started. Good-bye, boys, and.  good lock go with you!"  ��������� And the note bore, In the same mys-';  terious oode, simply these directions: j  ��������� "IBH Pin W W WP Pos PO TC El  '_BH PB PO TC TC BA TC Fin TO!  SB TC W TO W TC Pin AB PO SH.":  ; "Hurry along and look out for!  trouble," Brockett translated. "I'd risk  something that there's plenty of that  article etui ahead of us."  CHAPTER XXIV.  ; .There isn't much that can bo  nbout certain stretches along the RIO  Grande* except that they arejundoubp-  The He Blouse Co.  IMPORTERS OF  SPECIALTIES AND NOVELTIES  in Ladies'Wear  DIRECT f ROM EUROPE  Prices reasonable���������-^ incredibly low. v  Call and inspect the stock.  723 Georgia Street  Qpp. Hotel Vsocoayer Phone SeVv 3825  X. A. Sfrfc. Prop. fit������'  DMSSHAMIN8, RENOVATING  Unobrclothing, Children's  Garments, Bachelor's  Mending  MRS. LESTER  .Smith Avenue      -       Centra) Park  HORSESHOEING  MILLS & HOOKER  Practical Horse Shoen  And General Blacksmith  Registered under the Worshipfu  Company of Farriers, London, Eng.  Thorough knowledge of Anatomy. Special attention given  to defective feet. Repairs of all  kinds promptly and thoroughly  done.  fDflfl-TOpposite West Burnaby Schoo  Give us a trial.  HH4IHH ������I II H III I * | f III ** * 4* MM 1111 *+l 11 0������*M Ifj;  i; Collingwood, Central Park\  ������������������" find VnmnoUl f. t HAMIEI. ieprewitlie   :;'  .���������   U/lbU/     V VVVIVVby     UcKAY P.O., McKAY, B.C.  \      Advertising copy and News Items should be sent in to above address  \ \  .   by Tuesday evening of every week} ^���������  ************* *************  BODY MAY BE THAT  OF GEORGE SAUNDER8  Man Pound Dead at Burnaby Believed  to be Former City Employee���������Date  on Revenue Tax Receipt is Clue.  By means ot a provincial revenue  tax signed by Mr. T. Allardyce, collector for the district of Vancouver  ���������City, nnd dated March 14, it was established this week   ******   the bod-r  found ln Burnaby on Thursday is that  of George Saunders, a man who was  formerly in the employ of the city of  Vancouver.    The receipt was found  Jin the man's packet and last night  Messrs. H. Beasley And Walter Fletcher, friends of Saunders, called at tbe  local police station and said that when  last seen Saunders had a tax receipt  of the above date.  The condition of the body indicated  that^ the man had been dead about  three months. Beasley last night said  that Saunders had been, missing from  the city about twelve weeks. He had  been working at the Coquitlam dam for  a few weeks before his disappearance,  and when last seen said he Intended  LAND  NOTICES  J_UV������- 8. COA**- _A*VX> SZft-OUO*.  Wstriet of Yanoo_ver. "Mee XfUad.  Take <Botlce that Thomas H. A'an of  Vanceuver. B. C, occupation Bartta-ler,  Intends to apply for permission to pur-  chwieith* following described lento _���������* -  Coiriin������ncing at a post planted -boot  Jt*4 :mile_ from the south-we*! .corner  oflFtlo I.lend, and about 18 cMttni ���������eajt  of high 41de mark, and being T. H. A. ���������  S. W. corner pout, thence east It chata".  thenee north so chalna, thenoe ***** SS  chains, thence south sO chatns _������������������������_*  of commencement, containing #49 teres,  more or teem.   ___,_,._ _   ._.'���������������_  THOMAS H. ADAN,  By WlllUm H. Wooley, Agent.  Date July iftth, -���������is.  KAJTO- 3, COAST -A*~f> ntMTUOT.  Slattlot of Tanooaver, Vrtee If--*.  Take notice that George 0_fttfrj������������ et  Vancouver,   B.   C,   occupation  l������t������orer,  Intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands.���������  Commencing- at a post plan ted ^ about  l ���������   .miles   aouth   from,  the ... northwest  corner   of   Prtco   Island   and  about  *������  chalna  east  from  high  tide  mark and  I being  Georg* Cartelyou N.  W. corner.  ' thence south 80 cihalns. thence eet M  chains, thence north  80 chalna, thence  west *0 chains, to the   . point of commencement, containing 840 acres, mere  .'or less. ���������... ��������� ������������������.'���������������������������  GBORGE CARTE���������TO**,  Bj* William H. Wooley, .Agemt.  Date Jiilyl������th, 111?.        " ���������  xym*M*M ^ co*\at t*A������a tnanw*..  ;-������;|H8f*"'*i. ot-: *re**������euvsr,'.. Moe ���������������������������������*.  ! Take notice that WllMam '..Whltv  of Vancouver, B: C, oocupatlon <so**ff*������*;.  intends to apply for Pemlmionto.purchase the following described ������������*<*������:���������  Commencing at a Post ^plantel about  1*4 uilles south from tlie_ northwest  corner of Price island and about M  chains eaat from the high tide mark, and  being William J. White's S. W. corner  post' thence north 80 chains, thence  east 80 chains, thence south 80 chain*,  thence we������������t 80 chains to point of coror  mencement, ���������containing 640 acrea, more  or *?88-.        wiLUAM   J.   WWTB,  'By William H. Wooley, Agent.  Date .Ivuy 18th; 1812.  y.x... .    ��������� \- .         ���������_  ���������'���������%%**&*'3.: CQ**T -ftAWP. PltTMCT.  -Mftnot of Tanooaver, fries lUsaft.  '    Take notice that Walter Deptfprd, of  Vancouver, B. C occupation hotel keeper. Intends  U> apply  for permlHslon  to  purchase the "following described lands:���������  Commencing at a post ���������planted about  1*4 mi!e������������ south from the northwest corner of Price Island'andVabowt;! mile  . and 83 chains ea������t from the With tide  mark, and being Walter *>eptfprd's N-W.  corner post, thence south 80 chains,  thence ' east' 80 chains, thence north 80  chains, thence west 80 phaln-i.-.W point  of commencement, containing 640 acres,  more or less.  WALTER  DEPTFORD.  By. William H. Wooley, Agent.  Date July 19th, 1912.  nawon a. coast -***-������ wot**--.  Wotrlct of Vancouver. Price Wand.  Take notice that William Stonehouse,  of Vancouver, B. C occupation expressman, intends to apply for permission _to  purchase the following described lands:  Commenoing at a post planted about  I *A miles south from the northwest corner of Price Inland and about ! miles  and 33 chains east from high tide mark  and being William Stonehouse'" N. W.  corner post, thence south *0 chains,  thence east 80 chains, thenoe ��������� north 80  rhalru*. thence west 80 chains to point  of commencement, containing ���������40 acres,  more or less.  WILLIAM STONEHOTJSK,  By Wllliiim H. Wooley, Agent.  Date July 19th, 1912.  KAWOE 3, COAST J.A1TO DISTRICT.  District of Vancouver, **rlce Iiland.  Take   notice   that  Hugh   Campbell,  of  Vancouver,  B. C, occupation miner, in-  COAST DnrTBXCT.  ��������� Baage Z.  V.    TAKK NOTICE that I. H. D. Ruuglefi.  of  the City  ot"  Vancouver,   bairtster-at-  !aw,   Intend   to   apply   for  a   license   to  I'-.prospect for coal and petroleum on and  .(..over the following described lands:���������  Beginning at a post marked H. D. R.'s  N.  W.' corner,  planted  two   miles north  of the westerly point of Sutherland Bay;  thence runn.inng south 80 chainvthenee  east  80 chains,  thence   north   SO chains,  thence west 80 chains to point of commencement.  Dated  this  26th day of August, 1912.  H. D. RUGGLES.  E. C. MOLLOY; Agent.  teads to apply for permiseloate purchase  the fallowing described lands:���������  Commencing at a post planted about  f-Vi miles south from the northwest corner ef Price Island and about '2 miles  and I chalna east from the high tide  mark, and marked 'H. C.'s northwest  corner post, thence south It chains,  thence east II chains, thonco north II  chains, thence west 80 chains, to point  of commencement, containing 141 acres  'tnbre or. loss..  "���������-   HUGH CAMPB_LL.  By William H. Wooley. Ageat.  Data July 19th, 1112.  ,*A*toa a, ooa** &Ajn> aamoov.  **rt*rtxle* of Vaaoomver, *Mee Mftaft.  Take   notice   that  Thomas  Row*,  of  Vancouver, B. C. occupation b)a*������ksmith.  intends to apply for pormloeiea to purchase the following described landed-  Commencing at a post planted about  2*4 miles south from the northwoot corner of Price Island, and about 2 milao  and I chains east from high tide nark,  and   being. T.   R.'s  N.   B.   eeraer  pest,  thenco south  II chains, thenee west II  chains,   thenco north  II  chelae, tfcoaoa  ea<*t 80 chain*!}' to point of oo__a_aoa-  ment, containing 840 acre* mere or lees.  THOMAS  ROWft  /   By William H. Wooley, Ageat.  Data July 19th, 1912.  BAHOa S. OOA0* tAJIB -AftTBKr-.  t   Olstrlet of Tanooaver, Vrle* Zelaad.  Take notice that John Walsby, of Voa-  couver, B. C. occupation engineer, ia-  tends to apply for permiesloa te purchase the  following described leads:���������  Commencing at a post planted about  2tt miles south from tho northwest corner of Price Island and about 1 mile  and ft chains, oast from tht. high tide  mark and being J. W.'s N. E. comer post,  thence south 80 chalna, theace west 80  chains, thence north 80 chains, thenee  east 80 chains to point of commencement, containing 040 acres more or less.  JOHN WAI.SBT.  By William H. Wooley. Agent.  Dato July 19th. 1912.  goi-f to that place-to draw hla wa*ee:  He ssfsmed 111 and depressed at t_e  time, }-  The t-onlclpal police of Burnaby yesterday morning found portion of a  pair pjl braces hanging to the tree un*  4er which the body was found on  Douglas road. Yesterday afternoon  they stated that there were other evidences of the man having hanged himself.-''' *Phey did not believe an inquest  would be held. <  " Last night the body was removed to  an undertaking establishment at New  Westminster, and to that city Saunders' friends went to view the body..  HEN PHEA8ANT SHOT.  Fine Imposed on Point Grey Man-  Speeders Mulcted Jn $28 Each.  Kerrisdale, Point Grey, Oct. 26.���������-Mr.  ternoon fined $50 and costs for shooting a hen pheasant in Point Grey end  $5 and costs for discharging firearms  without a license. Magistrate Proctor,   who  presided  over the  session  DRY FARMING CONORE88 ENDS.  II chains, thence north 80 chains, thence  west 10 chains, to point of commencement, containing 140 acres more or less.  MARTHA COSTBLLA,  By William H. Wooley. Agent.  Dato July 20th, 1912.  BAwea a, ooabt &_*-> an_mte*<  Slat-del of Vaaooavor, Brlee Zalaad.  Take notice that Bmma Webber, of  Vancouver. B. C, occupation storekeeper, intends to apply' for permission to  purcha o tho following described landx:  Commencing at a post planted about  4% mil*- south from the northwest corner Of Price islano and about 1*4 miles  fast from .'the high tide mark and being  8.- W.'s N. W. correr'post, thenco south  II chains, thenee. ea t II chains, thenco  north 10 chains, thence west 10 chains.  to point of commencement, containing  ���������41 acres more or loss.  EMMA  WEBBBR.  By Wllllani H. Wooley, Agent;.  Dato July. 21th, J912;  Greatest Gathering of Agricultural  Authorities, Both Scientific and  Practical, Ever Held Passes Into  History.  Lethbridge, Alta., Oct. 24.���������With a  total of 2,594 delegates in attendance,  representing every phase and grade of  agriculture, from the humble Raymond farmer, who could grow the  world's.best wheat with ordinary Implements, to a coterie of the greatest  agrarian authorities of the world today, the 1912 assemblage of the International Dry Farming Congress tonight closed its seventh annual session. The far-reaching resulta of the  just closed convention are practically  impossible to summarise. Bach of  the 2,594 delegates present waa the  fully accredited representative of  some national, provincial, atate or district agricultural body, and the deliberations of the congress will be  borne into every part of their respective home places.  John T. Burns, speaking to the  Western Associated Press, declared  that it was the greatest gathering of  agricultural authorities, both scientific and practical, he had ever known.  Representatives of tbe Dominion Go*  vernment, ��������� four Western provinces,  the United States Government, numerous Individual state representatives,  delegates from Great Britain, Austra  of the police court, alao fined tte  Western C-majia, Jlour Mills Co., J. H.  Baird, Yl^oris; tho Vancouver: aad  Victoria Taxicab Co./and E. M. M.  Woods $25 and costs, each on speeding  B. Parker of Eburne waa yesterday af-{ charges.   M. P. Cotton and Co., a*na  'F \ >'  t^-.J.'-l  lined $5 and coats an no rear Hgfct  charges   Fred BlenklnsofT wan m**\  tenced to ten daya in gaol on a tkanm.  of theft of aa overcoat from Mr Joseph Wheatcroft ���������-  V  y  .?  s-  GRANT PHIPPS  WIRING, riTTINGS, flXTURCS  Estimates on all classes of electrical work  Joyce lioad  *��������� i  West Burnaby Pharmacy  A first-class DRUG STORE now open forlwai-eaa.  Corner  Sussex Avenue   and Westminster Road  (Opposite West Burnaby School)  Drugs, Stationery, Confections, Cigars  Special eare taken with Preneriptione.        A viait will be much  appreciated. >  GILBERT J. SPEARS  DRUGGIST  uy^m  yy *<-* H  y yy>'  ' *tr**'.1'-fii  Y ��������� r   **?*i4  Pl*lnf |no* Terminal City Press, Ltd.  ���������   I lllllll^   tm Waukw H.        Ptm F_*Mt II*  ��������� M|illllllM������|ill������ll  II IIIIH H^^^^������ I  I  I  I  l^^������������������������Ol  \-  ISA-OS 3, COAST ft**? DMIT1MCT.  Qtstrlci of Tanconver, 'rrtoe Islaa*.  ' Take   notice   that  Luclle   Baiehlo,   of  Vancouver, B. C, occupation spinster, Intends  to apply  for permission  to purchase the following described lands:������������������  CommenclnK at a post planted about  3*_ miles couth from the northwest corner of  Price  Island,  and about  1  mil*  and 13 chains east from high tide mark  and   being  I���������   R.'s   N.   E.   coraer   po->t.  thence south   SO chains,  thence weft  10  chains,   thence  north   80  chains/ thence  ea^t   80  chains   to  point  of  commencement, containlnK 640 acres more or less.  LTJCILE  BAICH-E,  By William H. V'ooley. Agent.  Date .Inly 20th. 1912.  ��������� V  JtAHO-S 3, COAST J&AI-P mSTSMCT.  nittrict of Vancouvet, *-ric# Tsland.  Take notice that Fannie Oilleyslo. of  Vancouver, B. C, occupation clerk, Intends to apply iror permission to purchase the following described lands:���������  Commencing at a post planted about  3*4 miles pbuth. from the northwest corner of Pr'oe Inland and about 1 mile  and 13 chains ea?t from high tide marV  nnd being V. G.'* N. W. corner po������t.  tnerce south 80 rhnin������. thence ea������t R0  chains, thence north 80 chains, thence  w-e^-t SO chains, to point of commencement, containing 6������10 acres, more or loss.  FANNIE G1M.ET81E,  By William H. Wooley, Agent.  Pate July 20th. 1912.  *_H<HF. 3. COAST fcftVD SUOTUCT.  District of Tanooaver. Price Xflnnd.  Take notice that Martha Costella, of  Vancouver, B. C, orcuration clerk, In-  l������nU.s tu apply for pu'n.i.-s:>lcn to pu������-  cha^e the following described land":���������  Commencing at a post planted about  3% miles south from the northwest corner of Price Island and nliout 2 nilles  and 13 chatns ea*t from the high thlo  mark and being M. C.'s ?*. W. corner  post, thence south 80*chatns, thence east  BAVeS 3, COAST --VD DZS-BXCT.  ���������   Mstrlcrt of Teaooavor, **rlce Island.  Take notice that Ana Bell, of Vancouver. B. C, occupation rooming house  keeper, intends to apply for permission  to purchase tho following described  lands:��������� ���������  Commencing; at a post planted about na India, South Africa, China. Russia,  4������4 miles south from tho northwe-it cor-   _ '     , - y,    ., . ,   ner of Priee island end about i tt miles Palestine and numerous other foreign  e_*t fi*bm the high tide mark end 'being' /,/>,,���������.iii_- ...������ nrM(in,   ������B<>h of whom  A. B.vi N. E. corner post, thenco south . countries were present, eacn oi wnom  IS chalna, thence west 80 chains, thence was   a   direct    government    official,  north  10 chains,  thence east 10 chains:       ���������    /.     ...   ..     _^.fc_.,_.   .������ __j-���������i  to point of commencement,  containing charged with the gathering of agricul-  141 acres more or loss.  *   ANA BELL,  By William H. Wooley, Agent  Date July 21th, 1112.  Summer Time-Just a Word With You  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 18  ���������^ j. ���������  yk\  *v'*^,  A-   * -*��������� I  ������*���������������< J,.'  ,'nr    I*  ������"  niiiMinmiiini'iiniiii i mmi  him *_>_^_^ i,,  i The  jtural-data tor his home government, j T"*"       y  Each of these also brought Informs-������FklAtllOf  I tion aboljt farm conditions in bis own ' V*9Mil*I  | country, and the wide interchange ,of  ideas thus brought about was Invaluable.   Tonight the congress adjourned  to meet again -in 1913 in the State of  Oklahoma, U. S. A., which delegation  HAWO-8 3, COAST *b49fl> mSTWCT.  Piatrict of Yencofcver, *f*rlce Zelend.  Take notice that Thomas ClanfitU, >of  Vancouver, B. C, occupation laborer, Intends to apply for permission to' purchase the following described lands:���������  5HCTi^nonu?h8ftro*mPtJiet nffleS today secured the convention in pre-  ner of Price Island ana about l 1-8 miles ference to Regina and Salt Lake City  east   from   high   tide   mark   and   being  T. C,'s N. E. corner pon, thence south  80 chains, thence west 80 chains, thence  north 80 chains, thence Cast 80 chains,  to point of commencement, contalhing  840 acres more or less.  THOMAS OLANFIELD.  By Witliam H, Wooley, Agent.  Date July 20th; 1912.  PELICAN 8HOT ON COA8T.  weight  (inn  A new gun of excellent workmanship and materia*.  Extra light weight.    Made to our own specifications.   It's a beauty.  Every standard makei'of Rifle and Gun in stock.  . Ammunition to suit all guns and rifles in common use.  mm  if^i  lit������  Specimen of  Bird Which  is Harely  Fund IrT These Waters Shot  By Fishermen.  Prince Rupert, Oct. 21.���������On exhibition In the big window at P. Burne*  HAW0S 3, COAST XiAHS PJSTIWCT  piotrtcl of Yanoouyer, Price island.  /rake notice that John A.  Beattie. of  market on  Third avenue is a  stuffed  Vancouver,   B.   C,   occupation   teamster, . ��������� _..   ���������  intends to apply for permission to pur-j pelican} "the   property    of Mr.   w.  M.  cha^e the following described lands:���������     L._^���������������o���������      r-   a^^itl/tti   tn   it  h<vin?  a  Commencing at a post planted about  Sherman.    In. addition to It being a  5*4'miles south from.the northwest cor- 'particularly hand8ome*a*d, it has the  ner   of   Price   Island   and   about   1   1-8   F ^r- -    -..-  miles east from the high tide mark and  being J. A. B.'s -J*. W. comer post, thence  -<outh 80 chains, thence ea't 80 chaln������,  thence north 80 chains, thence west 80  chains to point of commencement, containing 640 acres more or less.  JOHN1 A.  BEATTIE,  By William H. Wooley, A<������*>nt.  Hate July 20th. 1915.  BAKOiS 3, COAST J-MTB DISTBICT.  PUtrlct of Tanooaver, Frlco island.  Take notice that Bella Blake, of Van  . unique record of being the only bird  j of its species ever killed in BritiBh  Columbia.  j It was shot within 20 miles of Prince  ! Rupert by a fisherman who sold it to  i Mr Sherman and he sent it to Van-  | couver to be stuffed.  The natural habitation of the white  couver, B. C, occupation widow, in*:i ot,j t,-������������������..��������� noliran is alone the coast  tends to app!y for peimlssion to pur-iand "TOV,n pencan is aiong ine coasi  chase the following described lands:���������  COAST PXSTMCT.  aaago X.  TAKE NOTICE that I, H. D. Buggies,  of the City of Vancouver, biirrlster-at-  law... Intend to apply for u license to  prospect for coal and petroleum on and  over  the  following described  lands:���������  Beginning at a post marked H. D. R.'s  S. E. corner, planted three miles north  of the westerly point of Sutherland Bay.  thence running north SO chains, thence  west 80 chains, thence nouth 80 chains,  thence east 80 chains to point of commencement.  Dated  this   26th day of  August.   1912.  H. V. RUGGLES.  E. C.  MOLLOY, Agent  COAST PI8TKXCT.  Baag-o X,  TAKE NOTICE that I, H. D. Ruggles.  of the City of Vancouver, barrHter-at-  law, intend to apply Tor a license to  prospect for coal and petroleum on and  over the following described r-lands:���������  Beginning at a post marked H. D. R.'s  S. W. corner, planted two miles north  of the westerly point of Sutherland Bay,  thence running north 80 chains, thence  .east 80 chains, thence south 80 chains,  thenee west 80 chains to point of commencement.  Dated this  26th day of August, 1912.  H. D. RUGOLES.  :     ��������� . ��������� E. C. MOLLOY, Agent.  COAST PZSTKZCT.  Kongo X.  I TAK_ NOTICE that I. H. D. Rugs'' =.  of the City of Vancouver, barrlster-at-  law, intend to apply for a license co  prospect for coal and petroleum on and  over the following described  lands:���������  Beginning at a post marked H. D. R.'s  S. W. corner, planted three miles north  and two miles west of the wc terly  point of Sutherland Bay; thence running  north 80 chains, thence east 80 chains,  thence south 80 chains, thence west 80  chains to point of commencement.  >     Dated  this  26th day of August, 1912.  H. V. RUGGLES.  E. C. MOLLOY, Agent.  . COAST D_M**_ICT.  Bongo X.  TAKE NOTICE that I, H. D. Rusgles  i of  the City  of Vancouver,  barrister-at-  , law,   intend   to   apply   for  a  Hc������n*o   to  prospect for coal and petroleum on and  ';Over tbe following described lands:���������  Beginning at a post marked H. D. R.'s  I S. W. corner, planted three miles aorth  of the westerly point of Sutherland Boy,  thonoe  running north  80 chains, thonco  east *��������� chains, thence south 80 chains,  ' thenco west SO chains to point of com-  i mencement.  Dated this 2������th day of August, 1913.  H. D. RUOOLBB.  E. C. MOLLOY, Agent.  Commencing  at  a  post planted  about  <>V4 mile* south from the northwest cor-  j ner of  Price  Island and  about  1   chain  ������-ost   from   high   tide   mark   and   being  B. B.'s  N. W. corner po-'t; thence south  I SO chains, thence east 80 chains,  thence  ' north   80  chains,   thence west  80  chains  to   point   of   commencement,   containing  B40 acres more or less.  BELLA BLAKE,  By William H. Wooley. Agont.  Date July  20th.  1912.  In Western Call .Sept. 6 to Nov 1. 1������M2  COAST DXST-UCT.  Bongo X.  TAKE NOTICE that I. H. P.  Uusgle.������.  of  the  City  of Vancouvt-r,   barrlster-;<t-  law.   intend   to   apply   for   a   licence   lo  prospect  for coal and  petroleum  on  and  ,>>vur  the  following described   land-:���������  !     Beginning at a post marked 11. I). K.'s  .V.   E.  corner,  planted   three  miles  north  and  two  miles  west    of    the     westerly  point of Sutherland Bay; thence running  KOuth  80 chains,  thence  west  80 chains.  tiionce  north   SO  chains,   thenco   east   SO  ; chains to point of commencement.  ���������Dated  this   26th  day  of Auffust.   1912.  H. D. RUGGLES.  E. C. MOLLOY, Agent.  COAST SX8TBXCT.  Bango X.  TAKE NOTICE that I, H. P. Ruggles.  "f the City of Vancouver, barrivter-at-  law, intend to apply for a license to  prospect for coal and petroleum on and  over the following described  lands:���������  Beginning at a post marked H. P. R.'s  S. E. corner planted one mile north and  two miles west of the westerly point of  Sutherland Bay; thence running soutli  SO chains, thence west 80 chains, thence  north 80 chains, thence east 80 chains  to noint  of commencement. |  Pated  this  28th day of August.   1912.'  H. D. RUGGLES. j  E. C. MOLLOY. Agent, j  Oct. 25 to Nov. 22.  1 of Florida, but they breed in the lakes  in the Rocky Mountains and are supposed to come as far north even as  Canada, although very few specimens  have ever been found here.  919*990 H**tln99  TISH4US UMITZQ  a* Street, Weat V*  amoamvar, 0*0*  More letting your Pointing end Peperhanojna, see  BSrigJey  For the |������est an<l most artistic worK  Mncoln Avenue, Collinqwood p. 0.  JOYCE   ROAD  EAST COLUNQWOOD  COAST Dl*-*nUCT.  Baa_o X.  i     TAKE NOTICE that I, H. D. Ruggles,  ' of the City  of Vancouver,  barrlster-at-  law.   Intend   to  apply  for  a  license  to  orespeat for oool and petroleum on and  oTor tho following described landa:���������  Boginalac at a post market) H. D. R-'s  9.   E. corner,  planted  three miles  north  and two miles west    of    the    westerly  Mia*' ���������" Sutherland Bay, thenee ruining  north SS chains,  thenco west kt chains.  thenee south  IS chains,  tneaee oast tt  i'ebaino to point of commencement.  Dated this 2������U day of Aatraot, 1912.  It D. BUOOLBS.  : -*.,C. j!OI*������l������A_ei.t.  yyy-yyyyy^yyyyM  /S ^y^y-.y ���������'.'sS.-.-^Sii Xr-y :���������"':.:- ?:.-.  'S.ytk ?-.' ;.-������������������-? -vi-if'-ri.'n-jj-'r.-���������-.-'-.���������;���������.  ^���������'i^yx:^y<x,--^-j:^,t.i.\y-. -?v.  VAKCOTTVER  _A1TD   DISTBICT.  District of Coast.  TAKE notice that Thomas W. Mitchell  s>f  Arancouver,   B.   C, 'Occupation   timber  ��������� merchant, intends to apply for permis-  --���������ion to purchase the following describe'1  'finds:���������Commeneins at a po-~t nlantec'  about five miles In a Northerly directior  j from the North Eost corner of surveyed  !l<������t No. 29. Range * am* on the Easterly  "here of K<e-Na-Kleoo River, in the vicinity of Knight"** Inlet; thenco North  St chairs; thenco Eost tt ohaJn^: there-  South 8t chains; thenoo West St chain  to point ef eemmonoomont.  .Date Oetobor Ith. Itl2.  I THOB.   W.   JTTT^HFt L.  j Por Ohaa. McTAarAy. Agent.  Oot.lt to Dec-It.  Spenard's Brother Coming.  Relatives living in Eastern Canada  are interesting themselves in the case  of Ernest Spenard, the young man who  died two weeks ago following an exchange of blows between himself and  Harold A. McNaughton. Alexander  Spenard, a real estate brcker of Win- j  nipeg. is a brother of the deceased.  According' to  a  dispatch   received  he left for Vancouver on Saturday to look nfter the affairs of his late  brother.  Spenard lost his life because an umbrella, admittedly in the hands of McNaughton, came in contact with his  head.  The unfortunate man was a son of  A. Spenard, of Ottawa, for fiTteen  years inspector, of roofs of the  parliament buildings.' Ernest was educated at Ottawa College, and spent a  season or two in Valdez, Alaska.  About a year ago he went to Seattle,  where he married the 16-year-oJd girl  who is one of the chief witnesses in  the present case.  *^<W4y*i****^*******+>**>^  *  *  r  *  PEa THEATRE  Open every evening, 7:30 to 10:30.  The moving piotams shown at this theatre nre of the very best obtainable, nothing objectionable is allowed by the management.  Amusing Instructive Educational  Saturday Matinee, 3 P. M.  Change of Programme every day. Good Music.  If You Are Sick \  * CALL ON  | ERNESBHAW, D. C. \  \        (Doctor of Chiropractic)  | 250 22nd Avenue East  succeeds   where  Chiropractic  medicine fails.  Hours 1 JO to 6 Consultation free  **************************  Everybody's Doing It!  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."  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. SSigS^,  .... JSSPSS  I  1  8  v.   ���������' v'������������������''���������.' ���������'-'���������'���������"��������� ������������������������������������  rvrw: WESTERN CALL.  " Changing Hands" at HONIQ'S  SLAUGHTER SALE OF STOCK  Fine China-ware Sets   j     Kitchen Hardware  51-piece set of charming china tea Best spiral egg beaters, values  ware in maroon or celeste and 3  gold lines, comprising 12 cups  .-and saucers, 12 8-inch and 12 flinch plates, cream, sugar and  slop; good value at $10; onr price  to clear       .$5.45  97-piece combined dinner and tea  set. ln fine' semi-porcelain ware,  heavily gilt; very choice and  charming; regular stock at $13;  today we sell at .$7.45  Cutlery  Some Teal "Startling" cutters  here. Razors that do cut and prices  that are cut; the celebrated "King  Cutter" goes at a cut price, so does  the "Eidelwels," the "Barrel" brand,  the English "Mab" arid the "Kobar"  to name a few. We handle all best  makes of straight and safety razors.  We hold a heavy stock; to sell we  cut; you buy and they cut; all cutters in this department, and keen,  too.   See our special "prices.      -  Alarm Clocks  Fine clock; regular 75c; ......... 45������  "Good Morning" regular $1.50, $1.16  "Iron Clad" regular $2.50 ........ $1.35  "Wireless" regular $3.00, for .... $2.25  "Baby Ben," regular $3.00, ..  to  25c; while they last, at ............10c  Adjustable choppers for all vegetables ; values to 50c, sale price 10c  No. 1 heavy galvanized tub; regular $1.00, for 75c  No. 2; regular $1.15 1........75c  No. 3; regular $1.35   85c  Heavy galvanized pails; values to  15c; sale price, eachx 40c  Full size heavy garbage cans; regular $3.00; three styles to choose  from while they last, at ...$2.15  Blue sink strainers; regular 25c;  sale price 10c  "Veribrite" Liquid Veneer, 25c size,  each 15c  50c size for ...30c  "3 in 1" oil, 15c size for 10c  25c size for 15c  "Staon" shoe polish, tin 5c  Builders' Hardware  Sash locks, each   Cupboard catches, 15c, each  Cupboard turns, 25c, for   Casement adjusters   Casement fasteners ....^: ....  Door butts, per pair   Hat and coat hooks, 3 dozen  Drawer pulls, doz. .....������������������.���������.   Steel butts,'per pair   $2.28 Strap hinges, pair   regular | Door bolts, each  Ottawa flies/best make;      ,  60c, for ...������������������.���������................ ....... 3Be ;Rim locks, complete, each  Account hooka, all how one-quarter, Inside locks, $1 values ....:...  oil. J Inside locljs, 85c Values .   ....5c  ���������.. 5c  .. ICc  30c  .. 15c  .....5c  .. 25c  40c  ..... 5c  ..10c  -10c  ...30c  ..65c  ..50c  Paints, Varnishes'  Best eastern manufactured ready  mixed paint: reg. $2.75 and $3.25;  all colors to clear at, gallon, $2.15  Best creosote shingle stain; regular  $1.25 gallon; all colors to go at,  per gallon --- 85c  Pure white shellac; regular $3.50  per gallon; sale price,.per gallon $2-25  Pure oil wood stain in golden and  dark oaks, walnut, mahogany, etc.;  regular $2.50 gallon, at, per gallon $1-65  Old English floor wax; regular 65c  lb. for, per lb.       45c  Tools  $4.50 carborundum grinders for $3.35  These are the latest model in oil.  running machines.  Stanley wood bottom jack and jointer planes; values to $3; to clear  at : $1-65  Hand saws, fully warranted, In all  makes; values tb $2.00, for $1.25  Heavy blade coping saws; regular  $1.25, for :....-.  85c  Carpenters' aprons* seven pockets,  heavy brown duck; regular $1.00  and $1.25, for 75c  6-in. Stillson wrenches; reg $1., 75C  8-in. Stillson wrenches; regular  $1.15, for ..���������..;..... /.  85c  10-in. Stillson wrenches; regular.  $1.25, for-:: -  -  90c  14 in. Stillson wrenches; regular  $1.75, for ...........;.......  $1.35  Phone:  HE HONIQ STORES *������  56*58 and 60 HASTINGS STRfiET EAST      un  $5,575 a Front Foot.  For five lots on the northeast corner  of Hastings and Granville streets th<  Royal Bank of Canada has paid a sum  that amounts to $5,575 ft front foot,  said to be the highest amov.nt ever  paid per front foot for Vancouver property.   The deal, which has just been  consummated, has been made with Mr.  Harvey Hadden ot London, who sold  the property to the Royal Bank for  $725,000;   It Is theintention of the  Royal Bank to erect a modern office'as an International Y. M. C. A. secre-  huildlng at least ten storeys ln height tary, Mr. James  H. Wallace has re-  OH the property, the work of construe- turned to Canada for a furlough, but is  tion to be started in 1914. The main  office of the bank will occupy . the  ground floor. The delay in starting  construction is necessitated by the  fact that part of the property is now  occupied by Henry Birks & Sans, Ltd.,  who have a lease that'does not expire  until May, 1914. Mr. C. A. Crosbie,  general superintendent of British Columbia for the Royal Bank of Canada,  said yesterday that the increased business has made the present!quarters,  corset of Homer and" Hastings, tbo  sraall. ��������� ' .-;..'", .��������� 'x yy    ...  Y. M. C. A. Secretary Back.-.  ,. After six years' service in the Orient  kept busy visiting the home associations*. Mr. Wallace is a graduate in  political' science of Victoria College,  where he was a prominent leader in  sport and, other activities. During the  last two years his work has been  amongst the Chinese students in  Tokio, who supplied 70 per cent, of  the leaders of the recent revolution.  Vital  Statistics.  ���������'' During the month of September the  deaths in the city numbered 79, one  quarter being infants under the agent  twelve, months.' Of the adults, heart-  failure claimed eight and typhoid fever  six, the remainder of the deaths was  due to a variety of causes. The mortality list included 47 males and  32  of the City of  Wncouver  /  .33' Inches by 22 Inches, Printed in Two Colors  I  MESSRS. LEITCII & TAYLOR,  309 Cambie Street,  Vancouver, Canada:  Dear Sirs,���������Please forward me a large authentic map of  the City of Vancouver, also full particulars regarding the  e*"*ate of Joseph Martin, K.C., M.P.  I understand that this property is located well within  the eity Iknits of Vancouver, and as I am desiring an investment cf well located city property, you may send me full  particulars al;cut this property, together with a plan of subdivision, illustrated folder and price list.  It is understood that I am not obligating myself in any  way by asking for this information*  Yours truly,  Name ,   Address     ���������������������������'��������� -  (W.C.)  CUT AROUND THIS LINE  no  er  wo  and Port Moody will be incorporated as a city. Attorney-General Bowser  has given his promise that the granting of a charter to Port Moody will  be one of the .first items of business dispatched oh the assembling of the  Legislature. *  Haye you realized what that means? It means that Port Moody will  v have the handling of its own municipal funds and will devote this money  to Port Moody improvements. Large developments are now taking place  at Port Moody and many more are to follow. The Dominion Government  wharf is nearly finished. The official announcement of the exact location  of the C. P. R. grain elevators is now only a matter of time. Plans for the  spanning of the Second Narrows and the constructionof a canal between  Port Moody and the Pitt River have already been drawn up. Our property, known as i  ,is waterfront property; immediately adjacent to the site for the elevators  arid abutting the Port Moody end of the proposed canal.  We should like you to see our property for yourselves and we cordially invite you to join us tpinorrow afternoon on our free excursion to Port  Moody, starting at 1:30. if this is not convenient, why not drop into our  office and study the official map of Port Moody, prepared under the personal supervision of the incorporation committee %  We have a limited number of choice high level lots for  $175 EACH  Terms, one-fifth cash, balance half yearly over 30  months;  or  due-  tenth cash, balance monthly over 30 months.  HARRY A* JOHNSTON COMPANY  Head Office,  422 Richards St.  Vancouver.  Ehone Sey. 1567.  branch Office,  ^160 Hastings W.  OPEN EVENINGS  females. Forty-two were Canadians.  There were 2691 rats killed during the  month. These deaths were due chiefly  to the activity of the expert rat  catcher.  An Auto Accident.  Judge Grant i     /n the County  Court awarded damages to the amount  of $300 to the'parents of Joseph Mar-  tinich, 'a lad who was run Over by an  automobile near Clinton Avenue, June  9. In giving judgment his honor said  there was far too much carecless driving of automobiles in Vancouver. T  Stop Reckless Driving.  The large number of very serious  automobile accidents which have taken  place in this city in the past few  months has apparently made a deep  impression on the members of the executive committee of the Vancouver  Automobile Club, and at the next general meeting of that body this matter  will be discussed and steps taken to  endeavor to stamp out all reckless  ! driving on the streets of Vancouver.  PURE WATER ASSOCIATION.  Americans and Canadians Hold Convention in Cleveland���������Pollution  of Great Lakes-  Vancouver Pioneer Dies.  Mrs. Isabella Hosker, one of Vancouver's earliest citizens, died on Sunday  morning in her home in the city. She  was 1*5 years of age. She was born in  Ontario, and came to Vancouver nineteen years ago. The funeral service  will be held this afternoon at 2 o'clock  at her late home, 967 Homer street.  Interment will be made in the Mountain View cemetery.  Cleveland, Oct. 24.���������-Americans and  Canadians attending the convention of  the Great Lakes International Pure  Water Association found themselves  divided on the question of sewage disposal.  Dr. Allan McLaughlin, of the government health service, discussing  sewage pollutiori-of the Great Lakes,  declared for a guarded and regulated  discharge of the refuse into the lakes.  His scheme was opposed by the Canadians, who favored a general law in  both countries that would provide for  discharge of sewage into the lakes.  As between purification of the water  supply of a city and the purification  of  the   sewage discharging  into   the  source of that supply, Dr. McLaughlin  sanctioned water purification, holding  that it is the cheaper and more effective. A controversy arose during the-  discussion of Cleveland's water sup*'  ply, taken from Lake Erie through an  intake four miles off shore.  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  :       Dirtrict of Coast Range 2  TAKE  NOTICE that William H. Wooley, of  Vancouver, B.C., occupation broker, intends to  apply for permission to purchase the following  describe*! lands : co .menciiiK at a post plRntecl at  the north-west corner of Lot IK. and being W. H.  W.'s. N. E. comer po!*t, thence west 80 chains,  thence south 40  chains, thence cast SO  chains,  thence norih 40 chains.to place of commencement,.  co taining 320 acre*, more or less.   Date 17th September, 1912  WILLIAM H. WOOLEY.  The Queen Tea Rooms  6i8 Oranville Street  Luncheon and Afternoon  Teas a Specialty  r  I  I Write For It Today I  Cheer  Roosevelt  for 42  Minutes.  New York, Oct. 30.���������Showing no  physical evidence of the shock of his  attempted assassination in Milwaukee,  October 14, Col. Theodore Rocsevelt  faced tonight for an hour and twenty  minutes a Progressive political rally,  which gave many thousands of his fellow New Yorkers/ a chance to accord  him' an uproarious welcome.  For' forty-two minutes after his entrance into crowded Madison Square  Garden, Colonel Roosevelt stood at the  edge of the high perched speaker's  platform, unable to make himself  heard above the din of cheers, songs  and band music.  The immense garden was crowded  to its doors, and many persons were  turned away. Governor Hiram W.  Johnson, Progressive candidate ' for  vice-president, and Mr. Oscar S.  Strauss, candidate for governor of  New York, preceded Coonel Roosevelt.  Boys' Clothing  We have the largest and best selected stock  of Boys' Clothing and Furnishings in the city.  We carry the celebrated  "LION BRAND"  '.'    SUITS and KNICKERS, double seats and  knees; there is nothing stronger on the market.  0OYS' HOSIERY, SWEATERS, UNDERWEAR. In fact everything the Boy wears is kept  in stock.  L  Clubb & Stewart  309-315 Hastings St.W. Phone: Sey. 702


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