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 X^lwneVyi.K  VANCOUVER, BBITigHVGOLl  JANUARY 15, 1915.  5 Cents Per Copy  wy////M/Bym<!^^^^mi  jf     Y^  * "  campaign  ==* Now  Startling Conversion to the British View-Point of Rev. K D. Hiilis of Brooklyn, N. 'Y.--!SelWm<**u*M*at*mm  A New Id% For ' French' ^R^en^:-^-See''.F>ai|Ii|^^K  [  Mayoralty Campaign   f d ; ���������  On all hands the expression is heard, "It is  anybody's game as yet/' and tomorrow is  Election Day. Rarely has such complete uncertainty prevailed at this stage of the campaign.  And yet the issues are clear and clean-cut before  the people. ��������� ,  The Western Call has striven to preserve a  complete neutrality between the candidates. We  have, of course, our preferences, but the moral  issues are not involved1 nor the differences  amongst candidates marked enough to call for  our aggressive action.  We believe the time, has come for the people  of Vancouver to demand that the railroads who  have received such enormous, real estate holdings  from the city holdings that in days to come will  be -of almost incalculable value, that these railroad systems should begin to comply with their  end of the bargain, and the man who, as Mayor,  will insist most emphatically on this is the man  we would like to see elected, not necessarily by  legal action/ for that 'way mostly madness lies,  but by the strong, steady, constant pressure that  a Mayor and Council .who are in deadly earnest  know how to exert.  y This is the one great an_t4jnnortar$ issue 0f  the campiignXone to which! the neW Council, in  gny- events should devote its instant attention.  - Our city has been extremely patient with tbe  P/Council on this matter, but if we. guage public  sentiment arigbt������4be day of-patience is over and-  the incoming Mayor-and Council must exert  .themselves thoroughly in tbis direction or count  4ipon an aroused, and indignant public when-  they next come before the electors. ;  The campaign has been conducted in an unusually jprentlemanly spirit, which redounds to  the credit .of the candidates and in this respect  has set a good example for all time.    -  ��������� A rumor from underground sources was  brought to the notice of the Western Call yesterday that Mr. C. S. Douglas was pledged to  I the Minora Park people and a wide open city,  together with the re-establishment of Alexander -  Street. We are glad to be able, through the  courtesy ������f if* Douglas himself, to give these/  rumors a complete and official denial. It is only  fair to Mr. Douglas io say that he repudiates  entirely any such associations or pledges.  . N Another, issue that is before Vancpuver,_ al-.;  though not made much of in this campaign, is.  the restriction of hours for the selling of liquor  during the continuance of tbe war. So far, our  Counwl hat not taken an inspiring stand upon  this question. Now that the Pominion authorities have made it an offence calling for im-  [> mediate dismissal for any enlisted man to be  intoxicated, we trust it may be found possible  to restrict the hours at whieh "drink" can be  obtained. Tbe evening drinking is unquestionably the great temptation to overstep tbe mark.  The men that stand for this are the men to  vote for. ,  tl i,  IV'  -X-  QUESTIONS FOR JOB MARTIN.  Why is he not in his seat iiy the Imperial  JBfouse in this hour of Empire distress!  [r)' If elected Mayor of Vancouver will he act  in av similar manner and leave in the middle of  bis term and in a most trying time / for some  other field f X  He attacks the C. N. R deal in False Creek.  [Why is he silent on the Great Northern, who are  longer in default than the C. N: R.t   Is it be-  daiise he was one of the directors of the V. W iflfc  !'���������$!.���������. whieh sold out to the Great Northern J X  He appealsi on his record.   What record T   Isy  ";it his7 record as Premier of B. C. for six months  or his record as sitting member for St. Pancras?  -X-  SCRIP!   SCRIP!   SqRIP!  Lots of money from Taylor.   He will issue  All the printing presses in the city will  be busy now. - Qht horrors^: can it be he wants  ls the exclusive right to print this scrip himself t  Will Mr. Taylor please tell the public when  the   Great  Northern   will  commence   work   onV  False; Creek.  .-������������������  ^ ;*x--   .; :    - :x "x\x " .'-   . j --������������������  Duke's famous India and Ceylon Tea, 3 lbs.  for $1.00, is all the rage. Sold only at Duke's  Grocery, Orange Block, Hastings Street and  Gore Avenue.  4*  THE BURSILL LIBRARY BY-LAW  *************>4***4*4**>+*4******************t**4***4t4*4*4***4*4***4t4*4*****i  The Bursill library B^^^^^^^������,  South Vancouver voters "on '-:;!_$������_ird_^  ot January. It is hardly necessary to point out  that this library is already a public institution..  The South Vancouver people have subscribed already $1,500 by private gubsoription, -ftiriUtte  South Vancouver Council have given twiceV$500  to its support. The people then have a present  investment of $2,500- in the institute and the  bylaw is framed, to lift the mortgage and, preserve this piece of South Vancouver public  property from foreclosure.  The title is at present held in the name of  two trustees for the .people of South Vancouver  and wiU, should the bylaw cany and the mortgage be lifted, be transferred to the corporation  of South Vancouver.  xx;: - *--.x- x'. "; --��������� /- . . * -  X'~The:people -of Greater -Vanebttver possess in  the mindJenct soul of Mr. Buraillan asset not  easily duplicated, and to properly conserve and  ?|rttiUze that as-weU as the- property the bylaw  ���������tbopldpas8j_     ,������ ^ v, , t\<  "   X-_ t v, ��������� ;  X.ijbuneiUorRutiedgt ha* be������u very active W  during the framing of this bylaw and was ably  -seconded, by Councillor Twiddy.   Thanks to the  persistent-.effort of these  two faithful public  servants the balance of the Council were brought  to the point of conviction and the bylaw became  the unanimous expression of the Council's desire.'  Ward One and the whole municipality owe a  debt to Mr. Rutiedge for bis consistent stand  on this matter.  3t<t������t������t������������<t'������<������<������'t������t<t>������*t*t<t������������<t>f������������������������������������������������*t*t������������������t������������t������t������������*t������t't������������'������������������>t������t  Nominations  *������������������*  For Mayor:  ���������%   T. S. Baxter, C. S. Douglas, Joseph Martin,  . Jj. p. Taylor.  for Aldarmin:  ;    Ward l���������R. J. Clark, Alderman. Hepburn, J.  ;; W. Prescott, James D. Byrne.  w    Ward 8���������Aid. Crowe,   Aid. Hamilton,   John  McDowell, W. T. Whiteway, James Ferguson.  ������    Ward 3���������Aid. Enright, Aid. Kirkpatrick, Hugh  mH. Urquhart, H..B. Bird.    X X  ;*    Ward 4���������Aid. Rvans, Aid. Hoskins, Dr. J, W-  ,; Mcintosh, Chas. Boardman, S. R. McDowell, B.  ��������� B. Bailey. X  ' Ward 0���������Rx-Ald. Black, Aid. James, Aid.  ' Mahon, Alfred Williams, independent candidate.  Ward e���������Aid. White, Aid. Coterell, WXPor-  teous Jack, R. H. Gale, W. G. Dairon, S. C. Elliott, Sam. Greer and James White.  Ward 7���������Aid. McBeath, Aid: Woodside, F. A.  Round.:    ^  ./Ward t-^Ald. Trimble, Aid. P. P. Rogers,  ,' Wm. Ash, Jas. R. Stewart, Geo. A. Heath, John  ���������;;. E. |iayfield.  tAe*JO* Oonunuutlontrs:  R; S. Pyke, W. O. Black, Jas. Eadie, Dr. T. G.  Moody and Walter Leek.  ':''y/yyjfk:''' School Trustees:  J. J. Dougan, A. M. Harper, Major McTavish,  ��������� C. H. Sangster, Tom Sykes, A.  Davis.  C. Stewart. Wm.  *9> WWw) *fW    ^���������"T"TTy^TWWS/wTTWT W ���������  . W. R. Owen, Jonathan Rogers, elected' by ae- ; t  clamation. 0  Rlsction, Thunday, January %i*  SOUTH 74MI0OTnr������R.  For Rttvtibip:  Reeve Kerr, Geo. A. Stevens, Donald Burgess  and Edward Gold.  For Councillors:  Ward 1���������Councillor Rutiedge, D. A. Tibbott.,  and C. H. Stanley. X v     .'       x  Ward 2���������-W. B. Russell, elected by acclamation. ,,  Ward 3^-F. W. Welsh, R. T. Pollock.  Ward*���������Richard Street, E. S. Mathers.  Ward fr���������W. S. Hunter, H. A. Beaumont, and ,,  J. Campbell.  Ward 6���������Councillor Rowling, Thos. 0'Neil and  A. J. Lawrence.  Ward 7���������W. J. Allen, 0. Mengell and F. W.  Tucker.  Election, Saturday. January 16.  For School Trustees:  W. W. Hilton, Mrs. A. Jl McPhee. W. Robertson, F. A. Whittaker and Mrs. Woods.  ���������  < >���������  it-  ���������< >���������  4f  4*J  4K  4*:-  &  ���������.'  o.  '��������� >���������  4*'  Day, Vancouver: Thursday, Jan. 14 J  Polls Open from 9 a. m. to 7 p. m.  J Election Day, South Vancouver: Saturday, Jan. 16th. |  JPolls open from 9 a. m. till 7 p  m.  ;^. ..".-1   *:���������:��������� it.:-- ..���������.-���������^���������jj.^'ATTl.z.j.1  vXs^^sa*.?  Stalemate in l^la^d comparable to the sitii^;  tion in Flanders and France describes the ^  erations at the main front both eut and west  Reinforcements are slowly burfimireiy  ing up the British; forees on the Continent  point where theirvnumb^rsAmui^  Austria is reorj^hizmg:-herian^^  attack on Sema,vreihfoTC&v^  Germans,  whilst ^fpurX;R^iai  hastening   through\ 'vHunj^i^;^  with the Servian $m&&.jyjy  Jtaly sent an ultimatum ;;tO;^Turk(^^^  flee't sailed under sealed orSewf^en^fiiU  pliance with her demandsV'were: refuiji^;^  however,. gas given wayvanlivitaly;^;Vactionv:^||li  mains undecided, kkk/: '������������������////'��������� '^yk:k/y//kiy/������������i  Roumania threatens -to^^^^���������vn^vtti^^Mi:  on the Allies' side^hb^^^  ruary.  Turkey has added another contestant  war by invading Persia; their advance  cupying Tabriz, ?iM_|^mjp^  Ouroumiah.   The possession  Wmi  ;w"'\>V:J^h^f-i:  in,force, will .givev  wm  W^MStgrMl  good" military- bj^ fforV theirV^perations  Russia and rende|||i|^^|Et^^  the allied  Constantinople  starvation  daneUea tmd rtw^g-%o^^^  ' < - German subnujrineaiimi^  on Wednesday hut:-:wer^s^^  by the guns "from^tiie^f^^  that two submarines were sunk. '  The British Government b/is placed an order  for twenty submarines with the Canadian Vickers  Company of Montreal, and already ten of them  have been laid t]0fa.'--y..k/kJ./y/-//ky//\  The beer canteen at Salisbury Plain has been  closed and the boys are all on the water ^w������gan|;  now. ��������� jy>:-jj'.j'j:'k-jy"J:-yjjk   --^-x /"'/./.:/k'yj/y  Rome, Jan. 13.-^A terriiic earthquake, the  strongest ever felt in^ Rome, occurred early^p4ayv  IMasted several Ajseconds and jjausediJjL aeriot^  panic   Many buildings were damaged* but as  far as could be learned, no lives were lost.    ;   V   ���������   - ;xx"v ''���������Jki:krok '  'jj/  SOUTH VAKOOUVRR RWMJTJOIT  At Cedar Cottage meeting held in Marfew  Hall on Tuesday night, the South Vancouver  Women's Asosciation, who had called the meeting, heard speeches from Reeve Rerr, Geo. A.  Stevens and Donald Burgess, .all candidates for  the reeveship, but refused to hear Edward Gold.  Mrs. McConkey, who acted as chairman, was  perfectly plain and fair in the matter and made  known that the women by vote and for their  own sufficient reasons refused to hear Mr. Gold,  and that she had that day communicated that  fact to Mr. Gold over the 'phone. Mrs. McConkey should have the Iron Cross.  -X-  TRADDfO WITH THE ENEMY.  The Glasgow newspapers to hand relate the  fact that the two Glasgow merchants arrested  for shipping cargoes of iron to the enemy had  been released on bail set at .���������6000 each.  ������������������":.x --  /  : ;.- x ..;..  THE BANK OF VANOOUVER.  4*****4*********************4*****4.****************������-k4*4*******4*4*4*4***4*4*4*-k  It was announced at a meeting of shareholders of the Bank of Vancojaver held on  Tuesday that the bank would reopen if their  arrangements as regards the needed cash were  carried out. The financial statement submitted  showed that the total assets' exceeded the liabilities' to the public by about $400,000. The  directors, according to the Bank Act, have until  March 14, 1915, to complete arrangements and  reopen the doors.  v ������������������'���������������������������-���������; ;y y  '.' ��������� '.'���������*."-..���������"���������:;:-~;;:" " ../  For Choice Groceries at rock-bottom price go  to Duke's Grocery, Orange Block, Hsstings  Street and Gore Avenue. THE -WESTERN  CALL  Friday, January 15, 19J5.  i****************4*********f ******���������************>*���������*��������� ***4������*������*******������***********Jt*********************** ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*���������������������*���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*  VANCOUVER CIVIC CAMPAIGN  *���������*������>���������*���������>������������������������������������������������������<������������������ I  '1 i k*'*'*'*** **'** + ****"*' + **"  *4*** + ������ + **+* + *>+**'+4t** + ������i*4.+ *+*******4***> + ^  Ward VI  Alderman  Jas. White  Respectfully Solicits Your  Vote and Influence  FOR HIS RE-ELECTION  AS  Alderman  for Ward Six  Ward 11}  Alderman  C. W. Enright  Respectfully Solicits Your  Vote arid Influence  For his re-election as  ALDERMAN  M  Ward Three.  TO      RAYTpP     Respectfully solicit* your  ���������    Oe>    D-TTL/V 1 LIV    vote   and   influence  for  his re-election as Mayor of Vancouver for the year 1915.  ������*���������>���������������������������������������*������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*���������������������������������������>������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������>���������������������������<���������������������������  >**4*4*4*4*4**,*,*********  THIS WEEK:  SPECIAL  > mmmmmmmm��������� ,  ; Wfcite Rot Water ������ags J  ' ti        ���������        -        -  fl.w#  WhiteCombinatioiSyr- :|  ingesa*    - / - fl.75 *  Reel  Hot titer 3aj*s  ;! st     - . -     - 11.25  ]��������� IM Combination Syringes at "������     -f2.25  Independent Pryg Store  1*7 Hmttnem m. w*  ; ���������. - |������HON % YOUR ORPRR   J  'i    M   : .Fairmbi������t568.   r '    1  . Ption*. Jteymour 9086 .  * During my term of office a period  of reckless borrowing haa been  brought to a close. \  In the previous four years the City  was saddled with $15,000,000 of  bonded indebtedness, making our annual charge next year for it and local  improvement $2,226,000.00, being ovei  two fifths of our total income.  I would just like to call the attention of the electors to the fact that  two years ago I stated that, in my  opinion, Vancouver should look to tht?  development of her harbour, that we  required a grain elevator, togetlici  with a drydock to accommodate the  shipping.  During my' term of office and at  Mr. Stevens' request, in order to help  him, I have made one trip to Ottawa,  and one trip to Winnipeg, and on  these trips succeeded in helping him  so efficiently tbat today the contract  for a large grain elevator has been  let for the City of Vancouver, and all  tho preparations made, including plan?  and specifications for an up-to-date  drydock.  I was also instrumental in saving  $300,000 to the City in my handling  of the. jBast End Viaduct Bylaw  Mayor Taylor was strongly urging yoi  to vote $400,000. I opposed this anr  afterwards got an order from th<  Railway Commission- which made th<  City's share less than $150,000.  In these things alone, mpre has beei  done for the permanent advancement  of the City of Vancouver than wa'  ever done in two years previous.      ���������,  In reference to expenditure and  taxes. My policy is to keep the ex  penditure down as low as reasonably  can be. At the same time, I do ncl  believe thai a' cheese pairing policy is  the proper one to take just now. It  seems to me that in order to help oui.  citizens, both working men' and busi  ness men, the City should adopt the  policy of the British Government, and  give as much work as possible during  a time, of stress and scarcity of employment.  If you favor, me with your vote on  election day, I promise you the same,  and even better, service in the future  thfcn.you karat had ia the- past.  "Never swap horses when crossing a  streem."  SOUTH VANCOUVER  Ward I.  C H. STANLEY  Respectfully Solicits Your Tote and Influence as Councillor  for Ward One, Soutk Vancouver.  The following principles are some of those for -which I stand:  1. Economy in administration.  2. Efficiency in all departments.  Letting all contracts by public tender.  Fair wages in all contracts.  All work done, by day labor, if possible.  Permanent improvement of all main roads.  Encouragement of industries for South Vancouver.  Municipal Ownership.  9.   No liquor licenses.  10.   Equal rights for all, privileges shown to none.  Yours very sincerely,  3.  4.  6.  6.  7.  8.  C. H. STANLEY    i  ^������������������������������������������������������^���������������������������^^'������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������l>������������4fr  ��������� ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������,������������������������������������������������������*���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������>���������  >������>������>������������������������������������  MAYOR BAXTER  ^*4***4*4>4*4*4*4*4**)*4*+V*4>****4*****4***4************************** *+*+4+*+  FOR LICENSE COMMI&IONERSHIP  \4*4*4*4*4*4*4*4*4*4**4*4*4*4*************************+*+*+*+******************  PROTECTION  FIRST   .  We Write  Fire Insurance  In GOOD BOARD COMPANIES  Dow, Fraser Trust Co.  122 Hastings St., W.  Mckay  Station  Burnaby  4*44************'*'***'*****************************  :; license Commissioners}!ip \ \  ] ���������.. 10 JWP K*0TO*������ O? !��������������� OJTT OF V-vUKXHnrft*:  ladies, and Gentlemen���������Owing to the retirement of J)r. Paterson   '  from the tiquor license Commission, where he so faithfully served the   ,  best interests of civic and social life, I offer myself as a candidate for- <  the vacancy, ������n4 if elected will follow in bis footsteps, with an sggres-   ,.  sive policy of law enforcement to meet. present conditions and eucb at  are likely to arise when the bars are closed across the line in the State  of Washington. > ~>        ;"    ���������   '"s  ���������������������������    > ���������-.  While I consider tbe liquor traffic a dangerous one 4o deal with, so  long m wt are In the business and license tbe traffic, we fhould itand  by those who live up to the law and demand tbe complete suppression-  of all illicit traffic. ���������'   *���������" '  :*.*���������  With best wishes, X $m, yours truly, ��������� *' ���������  HiO Oowox WarfM. W*   U#-'JiJ^At^Jv     ���������'  ������������������^������������������������������������������������������������t������++������<������*������������������������������������+*t������������������������*  License .  Commissioner  for 19is  10 TO* RIOTOUS OF TWB OFTT  - ��������� o     ow T4*0qwv*ji.   -  Having been requested by a large  and influential deputation- of ratepayers to be a candidate for License  Commissioner at* tbe forthcoming Civic  mictions, X have decided,to offer myself for election. X am a resident of  ten_years' standing in this city and_  was formerly License Commissioner in  the Province of Manitoba for five  yews..  Your vote and influence are therefore respectfully solicited.  James Eacjie  TO THE ELECTORS OF WJLBD FOUR:  RETURN  Aid. Thos. Evans  (POUOX OOMMJ8SIOKSB)  As your reprew*Utive to the  u J9J5 Council. ;  Always alert to the needs of the ward; ttiefctoitiveness in having  them attended to; faithful to his promises.   Compare the ward with  what it was two years ago, and you will readily acknowledge that it     '  has been very materially changed, the Board of Works, of whieh I   < >  have been a member for the past two years, having wpsnded 1338,182   , ,  during 1913, and $302,631 for 11 months of WW, in streets, Uses,   '  sewers, water maids, culverts, grading boulevards, lights, etc., thereby   <  giving employment to a very large number of inen.   Alderman f vans   '{,  secured to Grandview its only through connection to the city proper  in the opening up of Venables Street end.   This is the kind of a repre-   <'  tentative the electors of Ward 4 should support, as the ward is fast   <,  taking its place with the more modernly improved and older wards   ���������  of the city.  Vote for Alderman Evans and a morally clean city, remembering  the work of Jhe Police Commissioners for 1914. V  Industries    fcower ta* Rate    Pn������o>������t Economy "i  ******i**'********4*4+4+*+*+******************4*4*1  y,t>������>*>'������*������*t������t*������������������<������������������<������t-������������������*>������t������������������������>������>t>f>������*t>������������t*' ���������  *4*4*****4********'**********t*******r  Ucense  Comwissitmerstiip  ; Walter Leek  Respectfully Solicits Your  Vote and Influence as  License Commissioner  * -  FOR SCHOOL TRUSTEE.  Mr. Chas. Sangster, who is in the race for;  School Trustee this year, comes from goo<l old  Scottish stock. His father and mother both  came from Aberdeen, where they were lifelong  members of the- Congregational Church. Last  year they celebrated their golden wedding.  Mr. Chas. Sangster has also been active in  Christian work, "having been Superintendent of  the Presbyterian Sunday School in Rcssland, and  with his wife, members of the Kitsilano Presbyterian congregation. Coming from a home with  strong moral and religious convictions, Mr.  Sangster has fitted himself in- many ways to  take a prominent position in civic life.  See otber election ads. on -  Pages Six arid Seven.  ^^^���������������������������^������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������'������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  *?  i  I  ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  t  ���������  ��������� >  i  4*  Electors of Ward Six:  Your influence and votes are solicited for  R. H. GALE  as alderman for Ward Six during 1915.  t  ���������  ���������  !  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ *4* ���������������������������������������������������������������������*���������������������������������>������������������������?  solicits your vote ,,  and influence  for  re-election as  School Trustee {  Motto:  "Efficiency"   v  ****************4*4**+4+4+*+*+*******************'**  f*****4*****4*4*4*4******t**4*4������**4***4***4*^*^***^*4  Point Grey  Reeve SAM CHURCHILL  Respectfully Solicits Your Vote and Influence  For his Re-Election as  REEVE OF POINT GREY  ********4*****4******������******4***********************i  Phone Fairmont 1140  Ring us up for  PRINTING OR ADVERTISING  Our Job ^Department is fully equipped  for High Class Printing. ,,' x xx>xAia  Friday, January 15, 1915.  THE WESTERN  CALL  3  For Sale and  For Rent  Cards  10c each 3 for 25c  f EJTEM CALL IFFIGE, 263 IlRf Si If  A DETECTIVE'S ADVICE  Before employing a Private Detective, if you don't  know your man, aak your  legal ad riser.  JOHNSTON, the Secret  Service Intelligence Bt-  reau. Suite io3-4  319 Fender St., W  Vaacouver. B. c.  Try Our Printing  Quality  Second  to N������i|f  ��������� ������  *���������  A. E. Habkon  G. M. Williamson  '  J. A. Hamon  HARRON BROS.  FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMIALMIRS  < >  ������������  VANCOUTKR  Ofl.ee A Qfcapel���������IM. Granville St.  Phene Seyme������rS4M  4*  a ���������  (  -  4i>  **  4*  ���������������  4*  N0RTM VANCOUVER  OA������e * Chapel���������lit Sixth St W.   $  Pkene 184  *%*4***** \****tf**> > ********* 14.*** I't������������������������������������ ******** H < 1 4Mr  ******************4*******i%4* HI H������*>."������������������>> ***** UH>  ��������� >  JOS. H. BOWMAN  ARCHITECT  Seyitor Street  Building;  Vancouver, B. C.  ������������������'144 ���������!���������<.��������� l-i"|..| **** *******************4*lt***4***lt**4"tl4  \> ::  x*******,****************** **************************.  GAS FIRES  $1.0# DOWN AND $1.00 PER MONTH  Gm Fires do every thirty in the iineef heating, whieh ean be secured  with any open grate fire,, and with the following advantages:  CLBANUNBSS���������Ne dioat, dirt er trouble in laying or maintaining the  tre, removing aahea etc.  CONVBWBNCB-A twist of the wrist, and a scratch of a match, etarta  , the Are in operation.,   It may be turned off aa simply when the de-  aired temperature ia reached.  vwJHfORT���������The (Ire is perfectly regulated, thus avoiding the extreme*  incident with the eld fashioned grate.  BCfNfMV���������The Are is ready for instant ������������������*, night er day.   It gives  heat as soon es lighted, and all the fuel consumption stops as soon  a* it ia temed off.  .A *  ��������� ������  <��������� .  5  .*fi **������������������������ Off flrtt Mf Mfce ttajriei cttctrsltf tie E<slp������ctts tl:  :: Vancouver 0m Co.     Manitoba Hardware c*. f  Cerrell * Hatting* ���������������#. i7������������ Cevwereiel Prlvt  1131 QrsarHle St., Near Htvle  I McCallum *k Sana  *        9419 *sta street  OtriJoa Prawn & Ct. 1  atai OrenviMe Street  4************************* *********** ********** *****  ������ii������i |il  |  | Hit  I  |n| lllllllll  *���������++++*++  >"l  Mill  l"l  llllll'IMIIHilll  Phana -Uy* If7#-|f77  Coal-Fire Wood  J. HANBURY'-***- GO., LTD,  Oew*y 41* 4ve*mt* #���������*���������* ItaNtWJI* ff.  WtlHftjttan Co������l, Ctrfwootf ant) Plainer Ends  mm .iii e������.������.������n> ������i< m.n i inn i t i i i'Mii4in ������ i i'i'  GERMANY'S FAHIO? TtAST  ANI THEJWEK  For nearly ten years Germany  fcas been drinking a toast, "To  the Day," at her naval and military social gatherings.  Little by little it has become  known that the toast meant "To  the day when Germany will meet  Britain in open conflict."  "Well, Germany has Had her  way. "The Day" has been upon  her for these last weary, sodden  five months, and we believe already the toast must sound gruesome on the lips of even the most  blatant Junker in Germany.  All Germany, is a house of  mourning. There is scarcely a  family in the kingdom that haa  not lost at least one of its number in, the war, but one particularly touching story is related of  a family named Von Eisen, at  Cologne. The husband and father  was a retired army colonel, white  haired and bent with years. He  had three sons in the active army  at the beginning of the year and  one in the navy. Another, a reserve of a year's standing, immediately joined the colors, while  the sixth, a young man of 19.  volunteered and was accepted  during the first week of the  struggle. In General von Kluck's  sweep through France' in the  early stages of the war, three of  the young men fell and were  buried in the battlefield trenches.  One week later the fourth was  killed in a skirmish on , the  Loraine frontier, while the next  day the sailor found a watery  grave when his ship was sunk  during the attack of an English  squadron on the Germans behind  Heligoland Bight.  The loss of five sons in ten  days drove the mother to commit  suicide. Even the father-eastern,  old army colonel���������^could stand it  no longer. He sought an interview with the emperor on one of  his monarch's journeys through  Cologne, to the battle-front, and  told his story, praying that the  last of his children might be  spared. Emperor William was  greatly moved by the old man's  story, and issued an order that  the young man should be detached from his division, occupying a place in the long battle line  in France, and be sent to Cologne  for garrison duty. The aged  colonel, delighted, immediately  set off for the. front to bring back  his youngest boy���������all he had left.  He sought out the commanding  general of the division and asked  him if he had received the  kaiser's orders. "Yes, sir," replied the general, saluting, "but  the lad received another command before I could read mine to  him. He was blown to pieces by  a shell ten minutes before the  kaiser's message arrived." Two  days later the bereaved father  was found in his arm-chair in his  lonely home���������dead of a broken  heart."  FOB 809001. TRTOTOJE.  FROM NEI ZEALAND  "TO THE DAY.'  the  "Here's   to   'The   Day,'"  the Kaiser said |  One evening when the wine was  red.  The officers stood and drank the  toast,  "Here's to the day, our worthy  host ���������!  A world-wide Emperor shall be,  When 'neath the wings of Germany  The Eagle holds secure his prey!  "Here's 'To the Day.!'   Here's  'To the Day!''  "Here's 'To the Day' we hope to  smite  A   crushing   blow   at   Britain'a  might.     /  The Day we bring her to her  knees.  The once proud mistress of the  seas.  The Day on which we get the  chance  To strike a second blow'at France  And others who may bar the way.  Here's 'To the Day!' Here's 'To  ��������� the Day.'  i "-  "Here's 'To the Day'���������the dream  " of years,  Cost what it will���������in blood and  tears  To shambles, driven on like sheep,  Our, men go down, and women  weep.  Tho' devastation.may be spread  Wher'er our .troops -may chance  to* tread, * "  A scrap of paper f,   Ach, we ,sayH  Here's 'To the Day!'   Here's 'To  the Day.!'     .  Here's 'To the Day,' I.drink the  toast  But drink not to    the    Bully'a  boast.  I drink   to Honor, Truth   and  .     Right,  To rid the Vworld of Europe's  -   blight, ��������� ; ���������- '  To Freedojh, Justice, Liberty, -  To future days that yet will, see'  "The Prussian spirit   curbed,   at  Here's 'To the,DayJ 'Here's 'To  the Dapt*    X .^  *4*4*j4*4*4*4*j4*4*j4*j4*j4������4*~4V*4*+***4*j*e*4*4*4f4*4*4*j4<e  *������������������������*���������������������������������������������������������������������<���������������������������������������*���������*���������������������������������������������������������������������������*���������������������������������������*������<������������������������������������������������  4*    y  *>  ���������  V  COAL  .    ��������� 4. ' , W  You can prove the actual saving in cash if you ''  will try one ton of our Old Wellington Coal. This ''  coal will reduce your fuel bill without reducingy;^^d \  heat.  LUMP   -      -  NUT  PIA      -      -  SLACK -      -  BRIQUETTES  s:S!  :~'Br.  ���������;&���������������&  WOOD���������Choicest Dry Fir Cordwood ^OOpIloiiali y       ,^  McNeill, Welch & Wilson, Ltd. J  Seymour 5408-5409,   ,  if o^X-?   I  ',������' <��������� ��������� i ' j- i i. - |  v  M  $yll;iii|ia  ''.Wi  ������������������^ 4y^'.4-^.'ll  ,z��������� i.:;,i"irite-&2*u  SEALED  x|gxx^������p|||i  VX!^^4pfe|  : ������������������������������������, -4>- -.-���������*!������.-,sV.*f*.l  o  is essential to safe investment.  Our Debentures guarantee a.  a return of 5%���������are negotiable  ���������are secured by $7,480,339  Assets.   ' ^y///K  4% on Savings Deposits, k Subject to cheque  withdrawal.     Interest   compounded   quarter-  y������*r'y- w    *   ;   llilSi  The Great West Permanent Lni Company  '    ' ���������::-'it'-.;:.'>.'y\'.--^.  Vancouver Branch: Rogers Bldg., Ground Floor  Ri J. POTTS, Manager.      ||||i||  J^���������--mmammm^mm*wAm**w*mmmm*Mmmmnmmmm^H^tJ^MMM^^&kW^^  ���������^,   ���������������������������������.-:.y.'.-.^iir3..'-sS  J'\'.   ���������;-'\*f-!?.rte;.iKK'i*m  JikBiimiMm  V0J'':'  ijyjykyjjjikkk  ^jy'kkyMk  miii  f&JjJMMWm  sun  Here's "To tlie pay" {he  goes down - V    v ��������� ,  On, Kaiser, Kingdom  ������a������cl   hia  Crown."  By nations all���������no friend awonjr���������:  '' Unwept, unhonored ^nd unsung,''  Then from tbe ashes of the past  May, Phoenix-like,- arise at last  A people freedom despots'sway,  Here's "To, the Day!" Here's  "To the Pay!"  Here's "To the Day," the dawn  ���������  ,  of Peace,  When cruel bloody wars shall  cease.  And peace on earth, goodwill to  men,  May not in vain be taught again,  And universal brotherhood  Be preached, be practised, understood���������  Amen! Methinks I hear you say���������  Here's "To the pay!"  9u m * ���������'**!* 'MIH Mill ������^^^^^^^^^^^.������������^������^^>#^^>w������<^i,<^:!:^7,y:;;.;'^^,i.';^:^:L|  WHICH W\U* YW SUPPOR1  Tht Ctmpsny w;hicl������ stUw V:        j the Company w^lefe  Bri^iah Columbia Coal an4 } OH < Americtn Coal and em-  employi White l*bor   ) I   ploys Oriental-|������l������oi#;x.  Fifteen yesw in Vancouver Coal Tnt^y/y/y/  WEl-MNQTON ANP COMOX CO^ ! f  WHJTJJ U&QK ONLY :i^gg|  Mnccfontlc., Murpole Co., '$M/'m  flll'IIOM ������'������'������"������'.������������ I ������' , m * <������������' ,' *'���������*>*) HIM   IIIIIIIHIIIIIKl  Tbe Comfort  Morning Dip  '���������:J  n  ii r^OOPNESS  V^ltNows,  says the Comfort,  Baby's Grandmother, "what  we'd do without  this Perfection  Smokeless Oil  Heater; .'-;  "If I'd only had on������  when you were a  baby, you'd have been saved nuny a cold and  croupy spell,"  For warmiiif mid corners and isolated npstdrs rooms, and  for countless special occasions when extra heat is wanted,  jrbu need the Perfection Smokeless Oil Heater.  HEATERS  The Perfection is lif ht, portable, inexpensive  to bay and to use, easy to clean and to re-  Widc. No kindlinf; no aahea. 8mokelcM  and odorless. At all hardware and .general  stores.  Look for the Triangle trademark.  ROYALITE OIL b beet few all uses  THE IMPERIAL 0& CO., Limited  Mr. Charles Sangster, who is  a candidate for School Trustee,  came to British Columbia fifteen  years ago as an erecting engineer  for an Eastern Canadian mining  machinery firm? with whom he  had been trained in that business.  After a few years travelling in  the mining country as engineer  and salesman, he was sent to  Vancouver ten years ago to open  a branch sales office here. Four  years later he took a .position  with the Vancouver branch of  the Canadian Fairbanks-Morse  Company, in charge of their  machine - tool department, and  was soon promoted to the position of assistant manager of that  business. He has since entered  into business for himself under  the name of "The Chas. Sangster  Machinery Co.," specializing in  compressed air and mining machinery. - V. .  Mr. Sangster hiis .for ; some  years beeji a close student of.  municipal affairs and collected a  great deal of data;on municipal  governmentthiroughout the United  States and Canada. The knowledge thus gathered led him into  a campaign of: civic reform in  1909 and 1910. XXX  At that time he wrote several  interesting and instructive letters  to the "Daily Province," setting  forth the difference between the  systems of> Board of Control and  Commission Government, which  were widely Tead and discussed  at various meetings throughout  the city. The campaign had a  definite educational value.  Mr. Sangster is a family man,  the eldest of his three children  being of school age.  P. Delahunty.  Petone, N. Z., 1914.  The South Vancouver Woman  Voters' League has endorsed Mrs.  D. Woods, 1400 34th Ave. ������., as  a candidate for School Trustee.  Gaelie Society Opens Debates.  Advertise Ju "Western (M  m  * L  ���������=______���������  The Gaelie Society commenced  their arrangements for 1915 with  a largely attended meeting and  an "all Gaelic" programme, at  the Pender Hall on Thursday  evening.  A large number of new members were elected and arrangements made for holding of the  society's annual concert and"at  home" early in February. Messrs.  L.. Maclean, A. M. Leitch and J.  Grant were appointed delegates  for the current year to represent  the association on the United  Scottish Society now-in, course of  formation, and to help to carry  through the Burns Anniversary  United Benefit Concert on the  25th inst., under the auspices of  the United Scottish Society.  ning for the office of School  Trustee, believing it to be the  duty of men in his class to take  an active interest in school matters. He also feels that his practical knowledge of heating, ventilating and technical shop work  should be useful on the School  He is run- Board.  THe  The Advance Agent of  COB1FOET Aim CONVENIENCE  Forms a closer union of Home,  Business and Friends.  3 For a limited time, Business or  x -j/.... :  Residence Telephones will be installed upon payment of $5.00  Rental in advance.  ^f For particulars call Seymour 6070.  Contract Department.  B.  C. TELEPHONE  COMPANY, LIMITED  8  it  .V  i e  ��������������� s <?  ���������i  THE WESTERN. CALL  Friday, January 15, 1915.  THE WESTERN CALL  PUBLISHED .EVERY FRIDAY  BY THE  Terminal city press, ltd.  HEAD OFFICE:  203 Kingsway, Vancouver  Telephone Fairmont 1140  Suneorl niton i  Ono Dollar a. Year In Aefvanoo  $t.BO Outoldo Oanadm  If you do not get "CALL" regularly  it is probably because ytur subscription  is long overdue. Renew at once. If paid  up, phone or write complaint today.  ���������*'��������� French Revenge  Germany reminds us of the .little girl who  both wanted to eat her cake and have it. She .  has ruthlessly murdered the Belgian- Nation,  ruined her merchants and industrials* ravished  her. women -and laid her world-famous and irreplaceable architecture in the dust, and yet  wishes to conserve the good opinion.' of the  neutral world. To this end she lias accused  Britain of commercial jealousy and. imputed to  France, a spirit of revenge.  How far these* accusations are true may be  - judged by the recent utterance of a prominent  Frenchman,  Gustave Herve.    Speaking of the  1 barbarities perpetrated by the Germans in Belgium and in France, he asks:  VHow shall we retaliate t' When we enter  Germany .1 hope .General Joffre will .issue a  proclamation   reminding   everybody   concerned  .that to the soldiers of the Allies the lives of  women* children and non-combatants are sacred.  When we are before Cologne our 75 (the French  314-inch field gun) 'must be told���������our soldiers .  do not need the reminder���������that Cologne contains one of the Seven Wonders of the' World,  which must not be touched.1 And at Munich,  Dresden and Berlin, a guard of honor must be  placed, before every library, museum and art  gallery.   Our conduct in .Germany must,be so  ~. different from that of the Germans in Belgium  and France that the very stones will recognize  that ow victory is^tbe victory of civilization.'/  ,   _j _^x__���������-.   yncle Sara, Behave!  , The moral position created for tbe United  States by the exchange of notes, with Britain on  the "detention of/ shipping" is not an enviable  one.  First  It is not disputed���������even by Germany��������� .  , that a grave and brutal infraction of treaties  and international law, to which America is a  Sarty, has been committed towards Belgium by .  Germany. ** ���������        - . l  Second. The United States has issued no  note to Germany in regard to this, not even an  unofficial protest.  Third.' A debated point has arisen over "the  rightof search "of neutral ships ;-not^he. it said, -  over "the right of search," which is conceded  in the American, note, but over the method in  which it is being carried out.   The United States  has sent a note to Britain protesting; thus han-a  dicapping Britain in a fight that is admitted by*  the whole neutral world to stand peerless in  , history from a moral standpoint.  The issue seems clear ��������� no protest, made,  whilst a little nation is ravaged and ruined contrary tp international law and signed treaties,  where hundreds of thousands of lives have been  sacrificed.  But when American commerce is interfered  with, and dollars���������not principles and signed engagements���������are at stake, a protest is issued.  Brothers .Wilson and Bryan, we had not  thought it of you. 4  According to American statistics, Great  Britain has some cause to carefully watch shipments from the United States.  In November, 1914, the United States exports  to Italy totalled $17,000,000, against $7,500,000  in November, 1913; to Denmark- $13,000,000,  against $1,000,000; to Norway $16,000,000,  against $7,500,000; and to Sweden $7,500,000  against $1,000,000.   : x =   Duke's Extra Choice Creamery Butter, 3 lbs.  for $1.00 is a winner.  Aj**********************^**************  BE PREPARED!  Every Canadian should protect himself and  family by carrying a policy in  MUTUAL LIFE OF CANADA  established 1S09  "CANADA'S ONLY MUTUAL"  For  rates and  full information see our  agents, or  W. J. TWISS  District Managsr  317-319 ROGERS BUILDING  :.%.x-i-;->:-,-;-x-j-:-4"J~K-:������>-i":~.-- ���������M-Hil * ���������!; k  I  *  f  v  South Vancouver  Geo. A. Stevens  y  Councillor for  WARD TWO  respectfully solicits your'  Tote and influence for -  REEVE  - OF ���������     l  South Vancouver  for 1915  _____ ���������������������������   G. A. STEVEN'S MEETINGS:  Wed. 13���������Marfew Hall; Cedar, Cottage, and  Tecumseh School.  ^  Thuro. 14���������McBride School.  Fri. 15-rNorth Arm School, cor. River Road  and Fraser\Ave.  All candidates for the Council and School  Trustees and other speakers are invited to be  present.  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*���������������������������������������������<���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  I.EEVE KERR'S RE-ELECTION.  ^J-n\  for License toMonef  wict His Platform:    :  1. Enforcement of the law impartially and  strictly.1,  "-4 !���������*  ���������2: ���������licensing of bartendersin- which- character and previous records of new applicants will  be' considered. All misdemeanors or infraction,  of tbe law to be promptly and impartially dealtf  with. "  -  3. Strict enforcement of the law in regard  to maintenance and suitability of premises.  4. Realizing that the duty of a License Commissioner is to see to the enforcement of the  ~ statutes, and the bylaws, I pledge myself to that'  course if elected to the board. I have been asked  what my attitude towards earlier closing hours  for bars will be. My answer is that if. the City  Council passes a shorter hour bylaw it will be  my bounden duty, if elected, to see that the law  is enforced.  5. I am strictly opposed to any increase of  licenses in Vancouver, believing there are now  more than enough to carry on the traffic in this  city.  OR. I. (il tNDON MOODY  Many reasons could be given as to  why Reeve Kerr should be returned  to office for 1915. We present- a few  of the most salient for the consideration of the sovereign electors of  South Vancouver:  First: During the three years of  his official experience, Reeve Kerr  has shown ability in financing for the  municipality, and that has been no  small task under existing .circumstances. To the general shortness of  money during the last two years there  was added the burden of chaotic conditions that confronted, the Reeve  upon his advent into the reeveship���������  conditions for which he was in no  way responsible.  Second: The Reeve has grown with  experience, and measures well up to  the circumstances and the needs of  the term upon which we are entering.  Not all men have the growing quality  and the grasp necessary to cope with  new events and' exigencies. We aTe  forced to admire his expansivenesB  and believe that it should be 'honored  by his re-election.  Third: Many improvements have  been made in the municipality during  the years of his incumbency, and  many others are planned or in part  completed. Large things for. South  Vancouver are in the Reeve's mental  vision awaiting opportunity to be  worked out for .the benefit of the  people. I  Fourth: There is, a generosity about  Reeve Kerr too often lacking in public officers. A man who thinks for  himBelf and dares to follow his convictions makes enemies. Reeve Kerr  thinks for himself and acts upon his  convictions,' and hence has enemies,  but he is big enough and sufficiently  generous to treat his enemies as he  treats his friends, .with fairness and  men, and knows how to act his part  without malice. He ia a man among  men. >        ,;-,_>. ..-4  .  Fifth: Reeve Kerr has been conscientious * in the handling of money  and the business of ^Sputh Vancouver.  His traducers bave talked much but  said little and have, utterly failed to  prove any of- - their -' oft-repeated  charges. Indeed,' the very effort to  besmear his character has only  brought the futility of the attempt  into the limelight. Not an act of  maladministration stands against him.  Sixth: To presage correctly a man's  future in' office or in ' any capacity  you must-know Ji is past," for the past  is but the gateway to the future.  Reeve Kerr is well, known, to the citizens of Greater Vancouver as a m&n  of honor, moral worth and commercial  integrity.' Hia record, examined, doe's  him. credit and suggests his fitness- for  the grave responsibilities of the reeveship of South Vancouver during 1915.  That other good and honorable men  are among his rivals 1b "certain, but  they labor under tbe disadvantage of  inexperience, which is a" great disqualification during the money stringency of the present, 'time.  Can tre, as electors, do any- saner  .thing tot our municipality than reelect Reev,e Kerr for another term,  and tben_ boost Wm ������������������_ fo* success;  "Don't swap 'horses" crossing the  utrflam"   of   broaant   financial   em'er-  stream'  geacjjr^  of  present  financial   emer-  water yo&OB.  We *������* (ttWHie.  rpARE NOTICE that Joseph Astley,  + whose address is 4423 Slocan Street,  Vancouver, B. "C, will apply for a  license to" take and use five cubic feet  per secondhand to store about 250,000  gallons out of an unnamed creek to be  henceforth known as Astley Creek,  wbich flows south-westerly and,drains  into the sea about IV* miles north of  the southern point of tbe west coast  of Texada Island, Province of British  Columbia. The storage dam will be  located on or near " the north-west  corner of Lot 339,^ Group 1, on the  said Texada Island. Tbe capacity of  the reservoir is not yet determined.  The water.will be, diverted from' the  stream at or near the north-west  comer pf Lot' 339 aforesaid and will  be used' for mining, steam, power and  storage purposes upon the land described as Lot 339 aforesaid and elsewhere. This notice was posted on tho  ground on the 14tb day of ^December,  1914. A copy of this notice and an  application pursuant thereto, and to  the Water Act, 1914, will be filed in  the office of-the' Water Recorder at  Vancouver, B. C. Objections to the  application may be filed with-the said  Water Recorder or with the Comptroller of Water Rights, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B. C, within 30 days  after the first appearance of this  notice in a local newspaper. The date  of the first publication of this notice  is 13th January, 1915.  JOSEPH ASTLEY,  Applicant.  \_  JAMES A. KERR  respectfully solicits your vote  and influence for his  re-election as  [Reeve of South VancouverI  < ��������� ~i 'X   '      ^ 4,  4*4������4*****************4*4*4*4*4*4*4*4*4*4o********4*ir  ���������������������������������������������������������������*���������*������������������������*������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������'���������*���������������������������������������>���������>���������*���������<���������*������������������������������������������������������������  WARD ONE, SOUTH VANCOUVER  Respecjtfijlty sojicits jroiqr  VoTisWaiw^TOisrbB  ; HIS JBUBOTION as COUNOJW>& for WARP %. :  ���������������������>������>t������t������������*t������������������t������t������������������������������t*t������t������t������t*t������t������������������������������������>������������������<������������^������  South Vancouver  W* W. Hilton  solicits your vote and influence as  ���������School% Trustee in South-Vancouver '  1 - ��������� <  ******************4*****4*************  ���������ft ���������  South Vancouver      ;>  ���������  i >  ���������������  <>    ���������������  COUNCILLOR W. RUTLEDGEI  WARD I.  Respectfully solicits your.  VOTE and INFLUENCE  for His Re-Election as  t     COUNCILLOR FOR WARD ONE..   ;  ��������� *  4*4*4***4***"****4*********k*<***4******  < >  < >  4*  < >  ��������� >  WARD IV  B. C. Granulated Sugar, 18-lb. sacks $1.25 at  Duke's Grocery.  Chas. Boordman  SOLICITS YOUR  Vote and Influence  AS  Alderman  for Ward Four  *A4*4********'****4*4******+*4************************  SOUTH VANCOUVER ]>-  Jf. J. AXlenl  Independent candidate  for  WARD SEVEN  solicits your vote and in- \  fluence.  Ward 7, .South Vancouver.  4*4*4*4*****************  t+  t^^mmmmmmmmemomBmsmBM  *******************4*4*4*4***4*4*4****************  ������1    South Vancouver Municipal Election,. Baturday, January 16th,  1915.   ^  Vote for CAMPBELL  CANDIDATE FOB WARD FIVE  Who stands for day labor and an efficient and clean administration.  No pets and no discrimination.    Equal rights to all.  *>     Boiling Booths: Municipal Hall, 43rd Ave. and Fraser St.;  25th Ave.   \  * and Main Street.  * Your Vote Respectfully Solicited.  1 JAMES CAMPBELL  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  ������������������������������������������������������������������������*���������*������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*���������������������������������������������������������������������������������  SOUTH VANCOUVER ELECTION, SATURDAY, JANUARY 16, 1915.   ������  Your Vote and Influence is Respectfully Solicited for'  R. T. POLLOCK  AS COUNCILLOR FOR WARD THREE.  PLATFORM:    Efficient and Strict Business Administration; Betrench-  t ment  Where   Possible;   Public   Ownership   of  Utilities;   ' *  ^ Encouragement of Local Industries; North Arm Harbor; "' ^  ��������� Day Labor���������Eight-Hour Day.  ���������  4*4*4*4*4*4*4*4***********4***********************4*i\ !XX}X '?*������W3I  Friday, January 15, 1915.  THE WESTERN  CALL  I WARD 5/  :  Your Vote   and  :  \ ��������� i  Influence                  j  are respectfully       ;  solicited by             |  rc-w: james i  I  ������  ���������"or Election to Ale  IN WAI  iermanic Honors i  id v.                    !  l������>������������������������������.������������������������������������������������������^���������������������������������������������������������������������������������^���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  b v  v..  ^������������  Ward IV  "   TO THS ELECTORS OF WABD FOUR AMD THE CITY "  OF VANCOUVER:  '   Ladies and Gentlemen:      - -- X  As Aldermanic candidate I shall do the following:  1. The lowest possible rate and assessment consistent \*  with efficiency.     ',-'>,-  2. A system of economy being adopted by our City  Council in every Department.   >  3. - By making our expenses correspond with our income.  4. By opposing all unnecessary grants from public funds.  ������>  5. Equal favors for every Bection of the Ward and the  ;,  best interest of the City as a whole. " ;,  6^ If elected I will do 'my very v best to overcome the   ���������,  present difficulties and bring about an era of pros-  *  Xperity.        - , ��������� _  I, remain, yours faithfully,  *>������'  s. a. Mcdowell ::  ��������� ������������������t������������������,+,������t������,������.������,������������������+���������������������������������������������������������������������������������. ������>������>���������!������������������������<���������.������>���������������������������������  ***4t I M ****4 I . M.I 111 111 11 **$*! IIIIII H 111111111 *���������'  WARD VIII  t  Your Vote and Influence are  Respectfully Solicited by  Prank Trimble���������!  ; 1J4 r t  As Aldermanic Candidate  for Ward Eight  ������������������HHin������WMHM'������������������MTtt+WWW������WM������W������������  4-.  < >  4'l,  <>  4*  4*  1     ���������������  WARD ONE.  E. J. CLARKE  Respectfully solicits your  VOTE and INFLUENCE  as  1  ALDERMANIC CANDIDATE for WARD ONE.rV  <*************4********************t**4***4*4*4*4*4*+  **A*A*4**'********************************4*4*4*4*4*4*>4  *  ��������� >  4*   '  ��������� >  4*  ��������� >  4*  < >  4*  < >  4*  ��������� >  4*  ��������� >  4*  1������  M  ��������� >  WARD TWO  Aid. Sanford J. Crowe  Respectfully solicits your  VOTE and INFLUENCE  for  RE-ELECTION  THURSDAY, 14th JANUARY.  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������.���������������������������>������������������������������������������������������������.������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������>���������>���������������������������������������������������������*  ������������������������������������������*������������������������������������������*���������������������������*���������*������������������������*���������������������������������������*���������������������������������������������������������������������*���������>������������������������������������������>������������������������*������������������������  WARD TWO  JAMES FERGUSON  > * * ' _. ���������   t  Respectfully solicits your ������  VOTE and INFLUENCE  '     '     ;    x as  I ALDERMANIC CANDIDATE for WABD TWO. \\  *+������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������.������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  john Mcdowell  Solicits your Vote and Influence  ^ for x  ALDERMAN for WARD TWO.  ,   He would ref er you to his.previous services as  I Alderman and License Commissioner.    . .  >  ' ,"   -'        , mi >   Xy.v*ViV.ASkf  ���������  -       y- xXMx-^x^l  <   _       .:  Xx X-^VxXiXtl  - '     ~'j 4 x">XI  j   .X.tfsWI  5  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*������������������������>���������������������������������������������������������*������������������������������������������>���������>���������>���������>���������>������������������������>������>���������������������������   XX^  ��������� > ,. - .    4. * *���������      4*. *"~' '     ������������������  V ��������� ''X   ���������������  " t  '������ ���������" v; X  *- X'X'&  -   1  ,    '_       -*������' <~ ,_ ytf    ft.  Your vote and influence 'are respectfully  solicited for aldermanic  honors in Ward V by,  .,   /  A. E. Black  ^4 ---i?-^.  ���������'��������� IS*?! ���������  ���������jig. I Hm init 1 HUH III IH 4 ������������������������|������������H |..| IM<IMMIIII III. ���������  Ward VII  Malcolm McBeath  respectfully solicits your  vote and influence as  aldermanic candidate  for Ward VII.    ^  .i   j,t'  ^7  '^V<4  'iiX 0"1  "   "*"/4.4      ^.'  , 1 r   1*.  x r ~7f  ������ 4   --1  P"  n^  44        I  ,;,l(lli 11 II MmUmM.m ,!���������!,,! ,| n . ,|, < ||, | H 11| || ������>4| II ���������< .������������������������������������������ I < ������  ������  :_:  WARD IV  |t������������*t>������M  ^������������������������������������������������������������������������1  ���������>    ~*  Ward VII, City  _-  Your vote and influence are solicited for  F. A. ROUNP  Aldermanic Candidate.  RETRENCHMENT AND REFORM.  *4*4*4*4**>*********+*+*+*+************************  *4*+*4*4*4*4*4*******4*4*4****4*4******'************i  WARD TWW  AldermanKirkpatrick  respectfully solicits your vote and  influence  for  his re-election as  ;; ALPERMAN for WARD THREE \  >%^a*a******4*4*4*********^**4***4*4*****4*4*********  WABD TWO.  .mar. i  Respectfully solicits  Tour Vote and  Influence  for Re-|3lection  as AMERMAN of  .WardTv0*  *4**<*****************************  1*4*4*4*4*4*4*4*4*4**********************************  i v% SAM GREER l!       Ofx*Qreer!s 3e������cH,,_l   _x  FOR ALDERMAN  IJ  k Major F. C. McTavish, M.A. ���������;  solicits your vote and  influence as  ***********************���������������.������, >>���������.������������������ ���������������������������������������������>������������������������������������������ *���������*).*)<������������������������ ��������� ��������� ������  *4*4*******************4+4+4+4+4*4******>**4*4*4****  AHarperl  (of McCrossan & Harper)  solicits your  vote and infiu-1  ence as  School Trustee I  4*  ��������� <  4*  The Oldest Taxpayer in the Ward.  MARK YOUR BAW.OT  Aid, Jos. Hoskin t  solicits iyow  '     if.   " 1 * ���������  vote ������m www-  ence for  his re-ejection <  as  ;; AJ4ermSn in Wan} Four;:  X  l������  4  \   \ ,; I  ,k ~*,&k  ���������    '-4 J       Tf<   .1 J    ���������i?tl4j  n I,.'  '"     -1.5 'j n-i*\  For Ward Six  ���������t������������������>������������������������������t������������������������������t������������������*������������������������������>t*������������t������������>������>������������������������������������������*t������������������t������������  ^������������������������������������������������������^������������������������������������������������������^���������������������������'���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*j  Electors of Ward t  Five: t  Your vote and influence  are solicited for  C,E. Mahon  V:"-'' " 1! V'" . ' ���������  as Alderman  for 1915 in  Ward Five. X  THIRD TERM.  Eleclors of Warn Vill v  <  Yowvotean<J i  influence  are solicited for ;'  William Ash  as Alderman for Ward :'  Eight x  +4*4*4*4*4*4*4***********  ***+*****4*4*4*4*4*4*****4**4*4***4***4*4***********4  {Vote for Alfred Williams \  CANDIDATE FOR WARD V.  *a*a*������******4*******  ���������������������������������������������-���������������������������������>������������������������������������������������������������������������������!���������������>���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*������������������������������������������������������������<���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������>���������>���������������������������������������������������������������������  1 >���������  4>  ��������� >  4>y  4f ���������  ..  4*.  ������������������ >  4*  WARD I  Your vote and influence are respectfully solicited  4   for the re-election, of , t  WALTER HEPBURN  ;  ;  Committee Rooms:   2247 Main St.   Phone: Fair. 1973.  Public Meetings will be held 5th and 12tH January, 1915,  +   in Oddfellows Hall, 2214 Main Street, at 8 p.m., to which all   ������>  * are cordially invited. ',,  * Mayoralty and Aldermanic candidates have been invited  4   to meeting, of 5th January.  4������4\4t4i4i494\+t''irt+^ ���������*���������������������������>���������>������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������>���������>���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  as alderman in Ward One.  ��������� >  4*  ��������� >  4*  <>  ^  <>  4*  ��������� ���������  4*  < >  4'  . > '  4'  ���������c  >  4*.  &-Skl'hy&Ji.<J ���������������������������'������������������+  He stands for:  M/i&./i  No salaries   for. Mayor   or  ilfl-XX.'l      Aldermen.   . ���������  iWxXXji   No reduction in salaries of   ',  ���������"Xv^i^      Police and Firemen.  X;?X ������X'i   Civic Control of Public Utilities.  _    Retrenchment consistent with, ������*  X2;^X-t      legitimate developments.  Complete revision of Assess-  , ment Roll. .  Encouragement  of local industries. THE'WESTERN  CALL  Friday, January 15t 1915.  .Iu^i^***^*****^i*^**as^********^^  BRITAIN TAKES OVER EGYPT  TXKBES  BEOTO-ATXO-rS  MOant Pleasant livery. $  TRANSFER . I  Furniture and Piano Moving  Baggage, Express and Dray.   Hacks and Carriages    V  at all hours.       V.  ���������  * Phone Fairmont 84*9    .r .    '  .>  4   Corner Broadway and Main A. F. McTavish, Prop.  X  Y X .������������������,--..'.���������.������������������' :���������  v.|i _. * * **** * ** *** >.|m|i * i|i i������.|i ***** &H?***********************  *******************tbl**** ********hH"M"l*************  Baxter & Wright  COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHERS  Cishir  Easy  hptflts  ������*  < ���������  $40000  Stock te' |  Choose    I  From  Come in and talk it over when looking for furniture.  ��������� ������  4>  BAXTER fk WRIGHT  Phone Seymour 771 416 Main Street $  4������������.������.|^.t..M-4"tl������*������������**������������*������'tl������lM"M' >>������H^4"l"I"I"t"t"t"l"l"j"I-������'������-I"t"t"M">'t"t-  Commercial Printing at "Western Call" Office  START THE NEW  yEARWCSHT;..  ���������i*>m  by. presenting yonr good  wife with an np-to-date  motor washing machine and  bail-bearing wringer j one of  ours will please her.  We have a complete stock  of Clothes Dryers, Wwfr-  and CJothtf flk**'/ '  We deliver promptly.  I  WR.Qwenfc Morrison  The Mt. Pleasant Hardware  Phone Fair. 447 2337 Main Street  and Kingsway  For Fresh and Cured Meats  go to this Old Reliable Market  i   -  It Is not excelled for Quality or Prices in Tancoover  This is the Oldest Established  Market in Vancouver, an example  of "The Survival of the Fittest"  Place: Corner Broadway and Kingsway  Proprietor: FRANK TRIMBLE  Phone. Fairmont 257  Governing Timber on Dominion lands  ln Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, the  North West Territories, the Railway  Uelt in the Province of British Columbia, and the tract of Three and a Half  Million Acres Located by the Dominion  in Ihe Peace River District In British  Columbia.  IjlccnM-  A license to cut timber on a tract not  exceeding twenty-five square miles in  extent may be acquired only at public  auction. A rental of $5.00 per square  mile, per annum, is charged en all timber berths except those situated west of  Tale in the Province of British Columbia, on which the rental is at tha rate of  5 cents per acre. In addition te rental,  dues are charged on the timber cut at him,  the rates set out in section 30 ef the _._  regulations.  Timber _*era_tta aad D*M  Permlts may be grantad in the Provinces of Manitoba, Saskatchewan and  Alberta, to owners of portable sawmills, te cut over a definitely described  tract of- land not exceeding one square  mile in extent, on payment ef dues at  the rate of 50 cents per theusand feet,  B.M., and subject to payment ef rental  at the rate of $100 per square mile, pe-  annum.  '���������'���������' Ttmbet fer-Keaeatoaders  Any occupant of a homestead quarte*  section haying no timber of tils own  suitable for tho purpose may. provided  he has not previously been granted free  allowance of timber, obtain a free permit to. cut the quantity of building and  fencing timber set out in Section 51 of  the Regulations.  W. W. CORT,  Deputy of the Minister of tho Interior.  ****+******a4,***********+*+***+*********+*******+,**+  uraormm ���������* ooa������  M*v*A������om  Coal mining rights of tho Dominion,  ln Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta,  tho Yukon Territory, tho Northwest Territories and in a portln of tho Province  of British Columbia, may bo leased for  a term of twenty-one years at an annual  rental of $1 an aero. Not more than  2569 acres will bo loosed to one applicant.  ��������� Application for a lease must bo made  by tho applicant In person to tho Af*nt  or Sub-Agent of tho distriet in whieh  tho rights applied for aro situated.  In surveyed territory tho land must bo  described 1>y sections, or legal stfb���������divisions of sections, and ln unsurvoyed  territory tho tract applied for shall bo  staked out by the applicant himself.  ' Each application must be, accompanied by a foe of $1, which will bo refunded if the rights applied for aro not  available, but not' otherwise. A royalty shall bo paid on tho merchantable output of the mine at tho rate of ��������� cents  per ton.  - The person operating tho mine shall  furnish tho Agent with sworn returns  accounting for tho full quantity of merchantable coal mined and pay tho royalty thereon. If .the coal mining rights  are not being operated, such returns  should bo furnished'.at least oncer a year.  (The lease will include tho coal "mining  rights pnly, but tho lessee, may, bo permitted to purchase whatever available  surface'rights may bo considered necessary for the working of tho mlno at the  rate of $10.00, an aero;    .   ,  For full Information application should  bo made to tho Secretary of tho Department ef tho Interior. Ottawa, or to  any Agent or Sub-Agent of Dominion  Lands.  ,    W. W. CORT.';  Deputy Minister of tho Intorlor.  N. B.���������Unauthorised    publication-   of  this advertisement will not bo paid for.  '  *     ��������� , i  l TAKE NOTICE that Tb* M������cDon������ld-  Oodson - Company. Limited, intonds. to  apply at tho expiration of one month  from the datt of thoflrst publication  of this notict to the Registrar of Joint  Stock Companies that Its nome bo  changed to. "Vacponftld Uros.", Engineering Works, Limited."  Dated at Vancouver. B. C, this l������tb  day of NoTombtr A..p. ifi������.  ,    ������. JT. fHrttts.  Seerttary  413 Granvlllo street.  Yaneouw, 9. C.  nmm  & CO.  We art offering this week  exceptional values in  Ingrain Papers  . Now is the time to secure  your paper for your front  room, dining room or hail  and to have them done for  the least possible outlay.  Before placing your order  for Fall decorations, kindly  call or phone  S. B. Redburo ft Co.  (From the New York World.)  The British protectorate over  Egypt is the retort to Turkey's  entrance into the war. Turkish  suzerainty was already as vague  as the fiction of international  control in Egypt, and hoth have  vanished in battle-smoke.  Along the Nile, control of an  "inferior" race is at its best.  When Arabi Pasha, a patriot  born too early, rebelled against  the Khedive, England, in the  bond-holders', interest, invited  France and Italy to.help' subdue  Both declined. England  did the job alone and took in  hand an Egypt bankrupt, its  people enslaved, its taxes collected by the rawhide whip, its  land largely the property of the  Khedive, its ambitious public  works in confusion.  In one generation better irrigation has increased the cultivated  land 60 per cent. Upon the area  of Maryland, a mere green ribbon  drawn across yellow desert, more  than 11,000,000 people live by  farming and export produce:  Wheat thirty bushels to the acre,  a heavier cotton yield per acre  than, in our South, two or three  crops a year, speak of the richness of the soil. Taxes have been  lowered by wise finance and a  wider basis. The problem of  rural credit, hardly yet'attacked  in the United States, has been  largely solved; and more than  1,000,000 farmers, are sheltered by  the law that protects _ five-acre  homestead against .seizure . for  debt.  Nationalist sentiment was greatly  strengthened by the revolt of the  Young Turks' in Constantinople  in 1908. But the British have  been doing much to fit the  Egyptians for self-government by  incorporating provincial councils,  by entrusting to them the care of  education and by governing the  country,through native officials.  By no means all Egyptians are  in haste to achieve independence  of a rule so wise and efficient.  Rod and Quit  January, Hod and Gun in  Canada, published by W. J. Taylor, Limited, Publisher, Woodstock, Ont., is out and is a particularly attractive number. The  cover, cut, which represents a  beaver family, was specially designed to Uiiwtrafa. a story by JJ.  Mortimer Batien entitled "Ah-  misk the City Maker," descriptive of the everyday Jife of a particular colony of beavers. Frank  Houghton contributes another  Carl Erricson story, ."Ooming-  munk," a dramatic account of  the killing of a musk ox in the  far north, which is characterized  by the same quaint humor as was  Houghton's story, "IRis First  Polar Bear," in the December  issue. $. *J. Fraser writes of  "Four Sailors on the Trail"  which describes a winter trip by  dog team from Cochrane to Jto������-  pert Ubuser Other stories. and articles there and the regular departments to interest the sportsman who must perforce during  tbe winter months content himself, for the most part, by reading  of the experiences of others while  seated by bis own fireside.  p  I  Our Vancouver Kipling  TO "UNCLE SAM."  What! at it again, Uncle Samuel? ,.,  Or perhaps it is only, 'ot air. ,  I reads 'tis for peace you. are pray in',  That yer stands for what'8 just and what's fair.  I 'm a little bit dense, so please tell me' '  Why you so perlitely object  To our stoppin' yer contraband cargoes  An' the lists o' yer vessels inspect?  Are you prayin' for peace on the one side  'Gainst a foe wiv no honor at all,    XXX  Or just for the sake b' the dollars  Must honesty go to the wall f  There are thousands a-dyin' for freedom;  Wpuid yon put a foot in their way?  Will you listen to Fenians an' Germans,    .  An' help them continue the fray?  Your duty to God an.' to man, Sam,  To me seems particular'plain;  If you've got any voice left at all, man,  Lift it high o'er mountain an' main.  Don't be helpin' the Junkers an' butchers  Wiv a small kind o' dismal, wail;    -  I thought you'd forgotten the custom  - O' twistin' the lion's tail.  ��������� * *  Don't you see they are forgin' your passports, -  An' a fillin' your ships full o' stuff,  An' they laugh up their sleeves���������if they and 'em,  That they've beaten the Yankee���������for* bluff.  'Tis the cause of the free we are fightin',  The dollar won't stand in the way.  If you really can't help us, don't hinder;  You've to do, as well as .to pray.  January 2, 1915.  W. A. ELLIS.  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������>������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������>���������������������  i _  ;������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������<���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  ���������THE BEST  FOOD IS BREAD. ;  i  4-X BREAD  IS Tffl BEST PBEAP.  i'.ftmw Ftjrrooirt ii or At nil Orocers  ************************** *\**********4**>4**********  t  2317 Msia Street  Pbose Pair. 9M  ���������T. MICHAEL'S CHURCH  Car. Broadway and Prlnca  Edward ������>  ���������frrteM���������Iforstsf Prosr at Ii ���������.������.  Sunday School ������nd Blblt cImb, <_\ z:l<  p.m.  Holy Commuslos arary Sun-*? at I ������.m  Vrtslof Fnyar at 7:10 p.m.  ���������nd rat \n' *-J    For Rent & Sale Cards 10c ea. 3 for 25c  R������T.  nd Srd Sunday* at 11, am  O. H. Wllaon. Rector  Soetk Vesceuver IWerttfcerf  Hamilton  Bros.  We are foremost in our line for  Modcratb Priced Funerals'  M7i Frmr Itmt rttie Fitm if  +  ���������������  ���������������  ��������� ���������  HEATING ANB VENTIUriNQ ������NaiNEERS  Pease Pacific Foundry Limited  MAlTOFACTUREnS  %  *}*) Staam Heaters and VentiUton for Pnblie BnUdinBa  Warm Air Furnaeea ��������� Combiiutioo Fornaeea  Steam and Hot Water Boilers. Reenters  "Economy  ������ l/lpgl ** Steam and Hot Water Boilen  lUCal       Radiator-. Pipe and Fitting.  1116 Homer St.     Vucosver, B.c.     Tel. Sey; 3230 f  4,.frliyi|M|.,fr������.M.4i>>.>.>.M,fr.frl������.|.^  AT HOME  AT THE CLUB  AT THE HOTEL  Ask for  Wilkinson's  WHAT DO TOU THIX_C OF THESE AFTER CHRISTMAS BARGAINS?  Salted Peanuts, 1-5 lb _ pv  Toffy Bars, fancy, 2 pigs J_lC  Spearmint  (Digest")  Gum, 2 pkgs   ���������...,....      V  Gold Flake Cigarettes, regular 20c, now 10c.   Great reductions on fancy boxes  of Candy, and Pipes. >  THAT NEW STORE  *LEE BUILDING We lead, others foUow. 169 BROADWAY, E.  Tansan  The Health-Giving  Natural Mineral Water  Refuse Substitutes  THE HUDSON'S IAT COMPANY  SILE  IirilTEIS  9J  J *p*a*s*****i  Friday, January 15, 1915.  TgE WESTERN  CAM/  znilllllillliPJ  rsriuiiiiiiiiBS'S  %  vz  II  -OWHA3AN  MSHIN6T0N,D  CALS  OF AMERICAN ID  .treated on Pcancylvanla Aventae, llth aad K Streete-  Wadiington's Keweit Hotel. _  Ideally situated, within two blocks ol the Executive MsnS  ���������ion. only a short walk to the public buildings, -shops, theaters.  and points of historical interest to visitors and tourists.  The    fsmous    Indian    Grill Room, the beautiful Palm Court,*  the delightful Tea Room, Grand Pipe  Organ   tonly  one  of ita  kind  in   Washington),  and  an Orchestra of a superfine order,  ������re attractions creatly appreciated by Powhatan guests.  Rooms with Attached bath,   f 1.30, fS.M aad up.-  Keens  with  privet*  bath.   tS.30. tl.M aad *ft  Write for booklet with map.  CLIFFORD M. LEWIS.  Manager.  Art far art, mniwor f_> Wriml OiWlw. Cm-mhh  IMi  Mm  fi." ' *  >���������������������������������������������������������������������������������*���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������>���������������������������������������������������������������������������.���������*������������������������������������������������������#������������������������������ *4**���������������������������������������������������������������<��������������������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������>4n������������������s������<������������������s������a������><t  STARTLING CONVERSION to BRITISH VIEWPOINT  By Her. N. D. Hillis, D. D.v Successor to Tlie Famous .Henry Ward Beecher  l4   -  ���������  ������������������������������>������������������������>���������>������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������>���������������������������>������>���������������������������>���������������������������������������������>���������<������������������������*���������>������<���������<���������< ������������������������������>������������������������>������������������������������������������������������������������������i������������������s������s������>������������s������>������������������s������a������s������s������������������s������s������������������������������s  < 11H<4 I ****************** ***************************  Use Puel Oil  and Save Money  If you ar* Interested la reducing your Fuel Bill,  'see us. We are saving' money for others, and can  do tbe same for you.  We supply and Install Fuel Oil Plants of all  descriptions. We do not advocate a cheap plant,  but we can satisfy you when results are considered.  We have a large number of plants now in operation In hotels, office buildings, apartment houses,  schools and colleges.  V     'r  ::  fuel Oil Equipment Company;  LIMITKD      "  713 Pacific BlOfl.    Thm Sey. 1727    Vancouver, i.C.  '*4*4******9***)**********>******>************* **********  The -Ut. N. D. Hillis, D. D.,  pastor of Plymouth. Church,  Brooklyn, and successor to the  world famous Henry Ward  Beecher, is returning to hie first  love.  Thirty years ago Dr. Hillis was  a Sunday School missionary, one  of the army of young men that  the Sunday School Union of  Philadelphia kept moring in the  rural districts of the United  States, and especially in the  Western States, missionary Hillis  was an aggressive preacher actively evangettoal and strongly  evangelistic He was a great  power for good, handling the  Word of Qod as a two-edged  sword, and looked upon with a  but a world of armed camps, how  we in this country, too, would  have to adopt militarism in order  to live.  "Just prior to that time, in the  first of my Sunday evening sermons in this course, I had praised  the Kaiser. I, believed in the  Qerman ideals, I believed in German progress, Qerman inventions,  Qerman principles. But I was  wrong. I have now become convinced of what I never imagined  before that in the German viewpoint the only sin against the  Holy Ghost is military impotency,  and, to use Treitsehke's words  again, the only virtue is militarism." *  The pastor of Plymouth uttered  ���������slow of pride and Joy by these Li,-J u   uxjr#muuwi ut^fcu  word can hardly indicate.    He  was" as strongly against Germany  ������������������HHl������������MlM444������������eW������H'������H'*l|H ***** *******************<>  4   , ,< , ' .       <   '  EV  [::  Are you going: to i!  wear this winter?' ;;  Why  Uckie's, of Course  And tarn going to see tbat my wife bujs them  ? for THE BOYS too.   They art the best to  we������r and art made in Vancouver.  **********4****44**********4**********************  **4*4*4***4*4*****4***4+4+4+4+4+******************  Phont Seymour %\7\  : STOREY & CAMPBELL.  _������������������  518-520 BEATTY ST. VANCOUVER, B.C. y  E'��������� ;--������������������������������������-���������������������������������������������      ~     ���������-��������� '     ���������-    ���������      '"   < - -:  MANUFACTURERS OF X  Light and Heavy Harness, Mexican  Saddlef, Clog** Upper*, Leg gins, etc.  I A large stock tf Trunks and Valises always V,  on hand. ���������:'.  BUOOIES, WAOONS, Etc.  Leather of all kinds.    ttor.se Clothing.  We are the largest manufacturers and  importers of ^Leather Goods in B. C.    ;  ���������i/y.'/\ WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.       " '/^//  ���������������.������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������+���������>��������� ������������������������������������������������������������������*������������������������������������������*������������e������������I  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������>���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������-������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������__  Why Does aJJIaA  ..j.4������.  ���������  4>  4>  Who cares!���������Prattfs Poultry Regulator   will  produce the egg and that's more important to you. |  We carry a full line of POULTRY SUPPLIES^ *  |���������������������������at. lowest prices.   Call and inspect our stock. <���������  :v:   F.T. Vernon 'X = ���������������������������>��������� ������������������ '.'W  The Mount Pleasant Feed Store. <������  P-siiFilraistM !������IrsMwarEsil .<���������  }l**t*4*4i*iie*e*9;ieie*e ������������������mm******************* VeeeeteeMeese-iaisisieesseeeee  About this time the German  theology began to take bold of  .Hillis and he became a regular  glutton of ��������� new 'books. ��������� more  omnivorous reader the writer has  never known. The Old Book was  laid aside and the New Theology  enthroned in its place, with its  subtle, Qerman philosophy carefully hidden in its bosom. Hillis  sprang into popular fame and has  kept in the spotlight ever since���������  but not as a Bible student or  expounder���������but as a virile exponent of the German theology.  It is not to be wondered at  that Dr. Hillis at first espoused  the cause of Germany against  Britain. His conversion, is the  real miracle and if it helps to  destroy the German philosophy  that, has so long possessed him���������  body and soul���������a great work for  the Kingdom on .Earth will have  been wrought.  Dr. Hillis contends that the  position he haa come to must ultimately be that of the whole  world.  "I -was for Germany' five  months ago," said Dr. Hillis, "I  have been lecturing foir five years  about the lessons we might' learn  from Germany. Five months ago,  it may be remembered, I gate an  interview, in which, T praised  Germany and in which I took the  part of the German people in the  dreadful war that h,*a come;  ��������� "Put I have changed ray mind.  J have seen that X was mistaken.  Several months ago I gave instructions to my lecture bureau  to withdraw my lecture, 'The  New Germany," from ray list.  That was about the middle of  September, and it was only then  that I realized what a German  success would mean to the world  ���������how there could be nothing else  the republic and self-government  and the liberty of the press. Well,  if. I do change my views and am  converted to his viewpoint, I certainly will retract my statements.  But I think this improbable. The  task of converting me should be  let out as a government contract  in piecemeal."  Dr. Hillis was reminded here  that a number of people were  said to have left the church in  the course 'of his sermon as a sign  of protest against the expression  of his views. Asked if it were  true, Dr. Hillis answered:  "I did not see many leave,"  and then declared that it was  impossible to imagine that war  should not be discussed , in the  churches as it was being discussed everywhere else. He continued with the assertion that he  believed it was his duty as the  minister of Plymouth Church to  say what he had, and then made  this assertion with a vehemence  that -was almost startling:  Won't Sacrifice His Manhood.  "Whenever the time comes that  I have to add God and the devil  together end divide by two in  the name of neutrality, 111 withdraw. I'm not going to sacrifice  my manhood for what ' some  people call neutrality.'  It was on this score that Dr.  Hillis came out with his equivocal declaration that he was  against Germany and against the  Kaiser. He asserted that the  viewpoint of the German people  would have to change if they  were to take the place ' in the  world he thought their due, five  months ago, and he stated there  could be no doubt but that the  war was occasioned by Germany's  lust for power���������political, industrial, economic.   _,; Xv  "A* diplomat and author said  plainly' two years ago, in one oil  his-review articles, that,Germany  would go to war- to' obtain the  iron deposits in Northern France,  and that if she loses the war, she  ���������more strongly 'against Germany  now .than he had before been  in favor of Germany, he said. It  was a position, he said, to which  everybody in the United States  was turning and it was inevitable  that Germany should find the  world against her.  In his frank avowal of his position , regarding Germany and  the Kaiser, Dr. Hillis admitted;  too,"that his sermon had contained more than appeared on the  surface. When he stated in the  sermon that no man or ruler  should ever adopt the view of the  peasant and the caveman, and  try to make the Eternal God' a,  tribal God, he had the Kaiser in  mind, said Dr. Hillis.. \  In addition, Dr. Hillis said that  while he believed that his sermon  could- not be considered in any  way a violation,of President Wilson's appeal for neutrality, yet,.  indirectly, the passages to which  exception had been taken could  be rightly construed as an attack  upon Germany and the Kaiser.  *<*The sun and t the -, summer  shine forall kinds of seeds and  roots and' the minister and ihe  church should create an atraos-  phjpRe i������ wbich *U temperamental will t^Ji behind in. the manufao  _Por 8elf-Govern_nent.  /'  ���������r* .������. y >������;>/  'f''.^A?������5������-j!_  X% " A'!  XxXX  fiy x?i  1  -t'^yi  > ?*������* *  "No, I am not sinning against  the law of neutrality.   I am trying to freshen the old American  ideals of self-government for the  young men and women in Plymouth Church, i If  the ��������� whole-'  hearted support of America's free  institutions involves indirectly av  dissent   from   imperialism   and  militarism, I am^not responsible.  I admit there is a necessary condemnation of autocracy involved  in the mere publication of the  Declaration of Independence Ours '  is a government of laws and not  of men, and I have been discussing the principles of self-government and not rulers who repre- '  sent imperialism.  "Neutrality does not mean the *  wiping out of conviction.   There>  are some men who   think   that  neutrality means adding God and  the devil together and dividing  by two.   And there   are   some  statesmen who seem to think that  neutrality means adding together  autocracy   and  democracy,   and  halving the result.   I do not share  that view.   I believe it is the first  duty   of   the   German-American  and the native born American to  uphold   the   fundamental   principles of self-government, and of *  an industrial civilization as opposed to a military machine, and  if this means protest and criticism, then that protest must be,  accepted." "   ''  \ ���������������������������  X  ���������\  r  ii  X  ''f  .1   11~  il'l "  "'iX <  <fp- '-  THE 8E0BET OF BRITAIN'S  POWER. _  arid 'races and ,fwths can grow.  Jt is quite true that there were  some of my German friends' and  members who rather protested  against my view the other night.  But they had the same right and  liberty1 to protest that X have. A  German physician told me plainly  that, he thought that within six  months I would change my view,  and .with the new light go over  to the position of his nativedand,  and even thought that I might  retract all my studies, that are  apparently prejudiced in favor of  turing race, and that the.|Tench  bankers and -French -engineers  will make France the great manufacturing force and the richest  people in Europe. The Napoleonic  wars were wars between political  ideas. The collision was between  autocracy and bureaucracy and  French democracy and radicalism.  The new antagonism grows out  of economic conditions. Germany  wants to supersede England upon  the seas, and Germany wants the  iron mines of France, and this is  the whole situation in a nutshell.  WOTICl.  NOTICE in hereby . gl-en that an  application will -��������� made to tha Leglsla-  ���������fV������ A������Mmbl>bf tha Pro-inc* of Brit-  lah Columbia at ita naxt Sesaion, for an  Act ta incorporate an Educational Institution, and being: tha Anglican Theological College of British Columbia, in  connection with the Church of England  In Canada, and under the authority of  the Provincial and General Synods thereof, with power',t& entire, hold, possess  and enjoy real and personal property  within or without the Province, and to  lease, mortgage, sell and transfer the  same;  also  with  power  to  borrow,  or  loan money, and to glye, or receive security therefor; also with power to arrange and teach classes }n the Theological and allied subjects; to establish "halls  in affiliation with said college, to af-  filate with tha University of British  Columbia, and with other Halls already  established, and to confer degrees in  Divinity and generally-to exercise and  enjoy all such other rights, powers and  privileges as are usually possessed, by  Theological Colleges.  Dated'this 38th day.of November A.  D.   1914..   _   . .,<.���������- ���������;���������..������������������  \���������'���������;.;  Oowaa ������������������*!��������� ������ eraat.  Solicitors  forH,Applicants.  **************************<-************^  . ���������. ���������-;     -'.������������������--������   ���������   - _. t    .    *  Sovereign Radiators  Artistic in design.  Perfect in finish.  Made in Canada.  Taylpr-Forbes Co.  LIMITED     ;  Vancouver, B. C.  ***************************A  *******'.  eesssseeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeseeesesessssteeeseeeeeeef  'i ���������,''-.;'WiVCalder '���������''/ ;��������� ".;  <���������.'. F. Ckapman  7 >'5933''  Office Telephone: Sey.      '      ���������  Merchants Cartage Co.  EXPRESS, TRUCK AND DRAY  Orders by Mail ar Telephone Promptly Attended to.  ! 146 Water Street  Weed and Sales Stabbs:  ^rffwfinW  OCOO  There can be    no  Britain's  , power , in  The outburst of JJMUa^l^j^^^^^^j^^^^,  pouring forth her trej_sli-w|i-^fy^^sMMm^  her troops in the day of  nded, proves it.  The reason;  eVer, is not yet plain t&a|(|  According  coming from  statesmen, the 9m|riTC|^^||^  now tp make good her  Belgium gtv������u ��������� lieif - ;^h^^|i  years ago. ' ' \ '��������� yyj/k/yyjj  Tbe testimony of M^caulayVniJ  very pertinent: ''Britwhv ^alipr-  and British intelligence vhav6;  done less to extend and to preserve our Oriental Empire th^jj V  British veracity: no oath whicjh  superstition can devise/ no hoiai--^  tage, however precious, insjpire&fc  a hundredth part of the cbnfi-V  dence which is produced b^ the;:  'Yea, yea' and 'Nay, nayVof v������X  British envoy." XV  Jjord Curzon says: X British  power in India is sustained by  the Christian ideal, seeking to 1%  tain by inflexible    justiceXand;  stainless honor what was at first  won by the sword of a4vein^  turers." An imperial mission indeed it is, to minister to; tlie  civic wants of three hundred millions of people, with their mysterious civilization, and their craving for spiritual good.  H~***************'W********^^  j;   '       J.Dixon G.Murray  <���������    House Phone: Bay. 886 House Phone: Bay. 1137I>  t Office Phone:  K Seymour 8765-8766  I DIXON * MURRAY  |X Office and Store Fixture nanufMturers  Jobbing Carpenters  Painting, Papertianging and Kalaomining  Shop: 10eS.Ounamuir St.  VanooMvar, B.C.  '.���������: ���������- .��������� _<_.������..���������������������������������. a..*. #.._>. *. .������.:��������������� _a   a, +   ������_.���������..*)..*>. -������-,���������-.#. .a   ���������   _a_-f..#_^-- 3*..* -���������-���������--���������   ���������   e   ���������. -���������_ ^,.f.XitMfsi<iJn*n*nTn1iA*i  VUTTTVVTV"   "TkV^'UT^oVTVVTV VTVW W 'V V ��������� ������������������ I��������������� WW * '# V"4 '��������� * 4* ���������*' "a* J  | EtEATING pconoTu?,^'cie,,cy, A  > Our Business has bees built up i>v merit alone ^  ������ LEEK & CO. |  X Heating Engineers. , "X  i  i093 Homer St. Sey. 661 %  * ������������������'.,- -,���������- ��������� ��������� -i" *  ~<-^**->>*******<~\^^^^  +**************+*+********** **************************  i*)  I BRITISH COLUMBIA WATERWOIKS SUPPLIES  LIMITED  T   Gate Valves, Hydrants, Brass Goods, Water Meters,  ���������> Lead Pipe, Pig Lead, Pipe and  . >.  < >  Pipe Fittings.  Railway Track Tools and White Waste  Concrete Mixers and Wheelbarrows.  tis cambie st������������t    phone Sey. 3073        vancouvkr, B.c. ||J  Phone: Sey. 894?. ' 1101. Dominion. BuUding. I  II   _?none: sey. 894?. lioi Dominion Building. 2  li\*****t*************->********************4***********A 8/  THE WESTERN   CALL ,  '  j.JuuTAJWBwawaaw if wan iij.wmjwm jMJmHepgH www*  yweigtiw  ���������wwuLjia-iui wJtJiH^^itwwBJMM^itH^weMMBia-i  '   c.  -���������-v  VAJJCODyW is not a village; it is a BJG OJTV.  x. <l  Oan we afford to bave as our CWef Magistrate a man wk* is not a worthy  representative of tbe community?  xWe want a wan Qf w}*omyweem be prou4, a wan wbo 4oes bonor to tbe  position.      '   " ":i��������� ���������'!""'" ~" " "^x/"r   We want a man wbo wiU represent tbe people of Vancouver* not a man who  represents only a class of tlie people or a railway corporation.  Charles 8. Douglas is tlie man we want. Re is the man of tlie hour.  Charles 8. Douglas makes no pledges, except that he will look after the interests of AW# the people. *%e makes no promises to the ^afcosring man and he  makes none to the capitalist. Be is a FB1JE man. There artno emngstied to kirn.  Charles S. Douglas will reduce taxation.  He will cut civic expenditures from the day he takes his seat as Mayor.  The tot cut will he in his own salary and in the salary of the .Aldermen, not  the salaries of underpaid civic employes.  r       We want Charles S. Douglas for Mayor. He is the man for the office, because  he is a sane, clear-thinking business man.  There are three other candidates for the mayoralty. .After examining their  records in public life, do YOU, Mir. Taxpayer, believe that they are entirely disinterested in running for Mayor?  A vote for Charles S. Douglas is a vote for a clean, busiuew administration.  He ia the EIGHT MAN in the EIGHT PL ACE.  .'-'-.-' i " | t      * v k     i '        ,  Don't be fooled by idle promises. Vancouver must get down to business, and  C. S. Douglas is the man to point the way.  Charles S. Douglas will hold a meeting in Alexander School, corner Clarke  Drive and Broadway, on Wednesday, January 13th, at 8 p. m., and will.speak after  this meeting at Oddfellows' Hall, Main Street, Mount Pleasant.  -JMfoy.- January 15, 1915.; -,<  -\  -,smmAmmmmim  mmmmm

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