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Array (���������y  VOLUME IV  H. H. STEVENS, M. P., Editor-in-chief  ^My.y  PubiisheJ in the Interests of. Vanc������i__er and the Western People  ^^^*y*^^*^f^**yy*^^^*y^*^^^y^T^^*^-^^^^^^^yy.^^^^^^^  EUTJ  ^^^^������^^^y% :'*������yy  T  VANCOUVER, Blu^-^pSpBiAi DECEMBEI? ^119-2^  ��������� ��������� 7%_>������___ _���������_���������*������������������'^-V-'^V*^ ������*���������  ���������<*;&&4 ___lkl ^j___E  Etna  Irlla;  -*T-4'v  \ ���������  Ring, merry bells! ring, ringvgood ehccer!  Fov ahulsome Christmastide is hero.'-'  The merriest tiiuc,ili all the tear!  AVIiHt mem Vies swept back o'er the years  Come 1! rouging as the YuIetideMiears,  And intermingle smiles with tears.  For, *Ahflp the happy children play,  I The older minds are borne away  To childhood's home on Christmas day.   -  t>  By D. RAN_> ^J$&B  And on that wondrous y^0^e(^. trace  The socks huug by the^jt^aey^piaee/  With dimpled hands anS^jra^ful face.  dimpl  yy^:M'M'y  ���������       >}-^'\y-y.. ^ '������������������������������������  And in the morn���������what jubif|j|i; -;:  With stockings full and Jadeuf{$reie!---,  What earthly joys couldy^jmev:. be!  ** ..' ' ��������� ���������" i-y .*t\,'.'-:.      -.'.'' .yl'  y.������i>y^~'i&<ftxm  yyyyyi} xyM  yyyyy&gsm  The crowded inUi?  ::T^������v^aui^^**v.aiid  :-A^:;$o^  SFft  ;:g7 ;i5K? ���������? iv::- y^y^^M^^'i^^^^^0ms  ������U'V?iij''::?V?-'.  _ykL4s;s������_?iv������������:;;S!^' 7s;Sfes  Then back again to Be thieve"  The little Judean town ^7^^^,  Where Christ the Lord ".^t^0^t^camei;  * PEACE CENTENARY\  By Alex   1_  MONUMENT TO LATE  QUEEN AT WASHINGTON  At this, season wheuu-tile ejiure^es\ ar,e  staging tlwApraises, of 'the &rittce of Peace  anil praying that'tfie ������qro]pW)l iwtiions may ;  _r/������  *huic|t  &������#���������������% .  ��������� .���������._,..., .,.-.-KH ~*W*&V9a* &n  ������.Thtis^'i'iius^.the';, tale^a.s;7.8$e^  r^ Christ caine to earths fofe  j;y>Anid^swi|eier:^  ;:f&!Mg;^  - ��������� ^!H% ��������� ;tbken^;0_j afecti(m;:^i_g;t f;~|g  ^;^:|^r?/;.i_^:'|irs^  iii������I������sii  .b|:[^^^eiv������lj^iJ^^  ^^ttii^tfifttv^ayo^^]^  iwfl6!>!i'llJ^nW**.!'A-������i,:!'ViSi*.i^^l^^i������^^  _BSfc?4������% JT^.  *f������S*'|!&������J_^  ft  **������4^  mmfr  Bim  Ilf^  :fe;;Theyci(ii^Si('   "'   ^eiS^6i*ise ;.:i aji^.^tii^^������ur^i ._  '���������t|P;^MSVtofepJttTCrt  Mm������?'  e^*>*  v   ^aot a sentinel, fort or gun'was placed along them.  ^He recalled the visit to Ottawa of. Hon. $lhtt '  ' Hoot, ���������ritf the impression created by, file,emphatic .  declaration that peace between, the two countries  -would be permanent. ,   ,, *   * J  The meeting having adopted ,* resolution ot  Byinpathy with the family of the late American  imbassadoT, Mr; Whitelaw Beid. Earl Grey read  long list of messtfgeB of sympathy with the  "mqvement, including one written by ���������lr.'(Reid.   v   i  There also were letters from menibers of the  British cabinet, including Premier Asquith, and a .  cablevdiHpatch from Col. Theodore Roosevelt. The  Premier in his letter promised the-support of both  hi*nself and the British government.  He pointed out that the proposal to.erect monuments in England. America, and the British Colonies to commemorate the centenary, had met  with the approval 'of the British committee, and  he������thought that the three proposals mentioned  were .worthy of adoption.  Emll Braiin, Burgomaster, of Ghent, announced  that the municipality- of that city intended to  assist in. the celebration by restoring to its or*  * iglnal ^tate the room in which the Anglo-American  treaty was signed, and by holding a banquet in  the same room in which the'\peace- delegates  dined. /  THE G. N. R. AND FALSE CREEK.  Col. Davidson and Mr. F. H. Phippen, K.C.,  Speak for the Company���������No Wish to  Delay Negotiations.  At ti meeting of the Bridges and Railways  Committee.'Colonel Davidson stated that the  C. X. II. Co. did not wish lo discontinue or  del.'iy negotiations rfs to their entry into  False Creek. .  Ex-.hulge F. H. riiippen. K.C., general  counsel for the company, cleared up some  points in tho proposed agreement.  The modification's., proposed by 7**rr. Phippen favor the city rather than the company.  Prominent among the suggested changes in  the agreement are the following important  items: ' -  ' Tlu.it ilie C. N! R. will increase their minimum; expenditure fi;om .14.000,000 to *r>,000.-  000; will guarantee, when they shall establish a shipping line,. Vancouver to be the  home port, with all supplies to be bought  here. _ and passengers and freight "taken on  and off at this city; and that there shall be  twov instead of one tunnel into the city.  ft was the contention of Mr. Phippen that  nothing could be done without .a perfect understanding on both sides. This being arrived at, the company were prepared to put  in black and while exactly" what they were"  prepared to do.  It is to be hoped that needless delays in.  the negotiations will be ayoided, and that  False Creek will soon  be converted into a  profitable centre of business.  h&������3������* + K-������,ftr������  -���������*.*(  -VV.*f-������  -Wt  * r_Vld. Baxter,in our opiiiibn^i  _. ., T.... , ���������.,.,.,, {.a .....,ir.,,..-w...���������w.������������������.-A^ ������������������  elmir with rJignity 'and effect, f ^K&aMtiM  rhhifrs^    Hi* \������nll bp 'to tho forP^'tiiflP^i'fltfM  taints,   fie wm .De xo mQ w&fm^ym^  had; several years' experience ^|i*p;$|*^^  business man���������he is^ culturetii������lii^  i     isw    - ���������    *i* ������        ������.    -t   a. T-.'#V'7'fe;fK.r;H??i?w;, '\yx:yy^y:---!iX..^,?i:y)xyy'rxx.Xi'r~  to nil ��������� ' "-     "-"-   '-     -���������'  v$iaj^y\y^    ':s;_n7;acki^  .    _.^ _.n ^ ^       7������^d;-jippi^  any - position entrusted t&1_--il-W!ife^  saying he will make (food.     .   SS;^^^^^.;^^^^-'^/^.^^ \'^3^'r7?^?$^ Xy^f^x7^^y^^$^  F/i.*v vy  y'K ft -,'  yi-"  rill  T  ���������     ^ ALDERMANie%W^Rp>::M^;5p;B^^^^  A. P. BLACK, ESQ., lives on12tJi AvGnue JSasiv and for a^^^^^  number of years has been very active, as &,eiti���������eil-in^promoting the  .interests of the Ward and of the city at large. He is a husiness  ��������� '��������� nian^pf wide knowledge, an okl resident of the city, well posted in  its requirements, and has a forceful manner in presenting his  cause.. J He; was forsome 'j'ears.one of the assessment conimi^sion-  ers, which gives him a special knowledge of civic affairs. He will  ldcrk after Ward V. well.  C E MAHON.���������Every one avIjo knows Ed.' admires his in-  tegrityw You cannot help trusting G. E. Mahon. He has also  been a rcry active man in civic matters and has a very, comprehensive knowledge of civic affairs. The electors of Ward V. are  very fortunate in securing him as a candidate, and we believe lie  will make a painstaking and able .representative.-. We are most  anxious that only men of known integrity shall be elected, and are  pleased, that we .shall have the opnortunity of supporting such  men as those who are forward in Ward. V.  FRANK TRIMBLE, of Ward "VIJL, has also sat on the  council for two years, with credit to himself and value to the city.  He is a quiet, reserved man, but with a good level head on his  shoulders. His advice is not recklessly given, but when it is you  ean rely on it. He is absolutely honest. His services have been  unselfishly given and Ward VIIJ. should return him-at the head  of the poll. 4  Xext week we will have something further on this matter.    In  the meantime Ave believe the electors should take advantage of -  every possible opportunity of hearing the various candidates discuss public questions.  Read Special Article by. Arthur Ford, page 4; Interesting  Article by Prof. E. Odium, page 8.  *������fr������h*'������*:**<"l"M'*^"M"I'������^  i  . -i*  WARD II  To the Electors gf Ward II:���������  Your vote and influence are resf*_otftilly~ solicited  for aldermanic Honors in the above Ward. *  c/lLEX. CLELAND J  **>*'***fr������**������******H"*'4"*"  Aldernian Captain Geo. McSpaddeU has  ���������$ii$;;ii*^  East imoV;^  clleerfialness.   Ile^ visU^ Oshawa   t:  and Ottawa.   In the latter place he had an  opportunity of observing the men who make 7.  our laws.   He reports H. II. Stevens as n  winning number. Among many good and  pleasing things he said: '' H. H. Stevens is  very popular with aUm  of party,lilies. 'No member is more active  and devoted to the interests which he is  supposed to represent. He is at work early  and late and shows much ability. Vancouver has reason to be proud of her representative." ;  Mr. II. II. Stevens will spend his Christinas  in Vancouver.  The Vancouver Representative in Debate.  II. IT. Stevens' debate on the Government's  naval proposals, reported iu the News-Advertiser of Dec. 17, suggests that Vancouver's representative is awake to the questions of the hour and that he has the ability  to express his convictions in terse language  when occasion requires. ;  In a captivating manner and well ehoseii-.  words he defended the'naval bill. We add ;t  few of his many pithy remarks:  The Conservatives demand that the bonds  of sympathy wiiieb have lasted so long shall  be sueeeeded by something more substantial.  Liberal speakers may go'on and harp about.  "bonds of sympathy," but the Government  proposes to go on and -supply additional-  strength'.  In 1909 Great Britain made an effort to reduce the-armaments, but Germany did not  follow the example, and this year Great  Britain has been forced to resume the''struggle for supremacy. The charge that it will  adversely affect Canada's autonomy cannot  lie sustained. _ There is more danger to the  Empire if it continues to lack the federating  -principle.  Todfiy it would he impossible to draw men0  from the Pacific Coast to man the battleships.  Where there were some thousands of white  fishermen a few years ago, there are about  four or five hundred today, their places having been taken bv .Japanese fishermen. These  fishermen have every foot of the British'  Columbia Coast charted and mapped better  than uuy Admiralty chart. This is one result of the policy of the late Government.  The Liberals stand for a separate Canadian  navy, and the Conservatives for one King,  one Flair, one Km pi re and one Navy.  -#*r  ;v  4 al  1  s$_i������?2  yy������^jy0W' \  1  .ve  2  THE WESTERN CALL."  TACmC - XTTBBOV BAT KiUWAT  oo:  NOTICE Is hereby given that the P������-  , elflc & Hudson Bay Railway Company  will apply to the Parliament of Canada  at Its present session for an Act extend-  In. the time within which lt may commence construction of and complete Its  line of. railway from a point near Kims-  quit at the head of Dean Channel or  Bella Coola on the North Bentlnck Arm  along the route hereinafter described,  and authorizing the construction of the  line of railway of the Company from a  point near Kimsquit afthe head of Dean  Channel or Bella Coola Ton the North  Bentlnck Arm. thence in a northeasterly  direction to a point at or near Eltatcho  Lake������ thence in the same direction by  the Valley of the Upper and Lower Ne-  chaco Rivers and Carp Lake; to a point  at or near Fort McLeod or by Bella  Coola Valley in an easterly direction to  Puntze Lake, thence in a northeasterly  direction by the Nazco River. Black-  water and Mud River Valleys to a point  on tbe Nechaco River at or near Fort  George, thence In a northerly direction  to a point at or near Fort McLeod; also  a branch line from -either of the above  lines by the most, feasible route to a  point at or near Fort George, thence ln  a northeasterly direction from Fort McLeod by. the Mlsinchinca River to Pine  River Pass, thence in an easterly direction by the most feasible route to a  point-near Dun vegan; thence In a north-  VasUrly direction the most feasible  route to a polht on the Athabaska River  near Fort M&Murray, and. amending  Section 8 of the Act of Incorporation of  the Company, being Chapter 126 of the  Statutes of Canada 1-2 George V., to  comply with the said route, and increasing the capital stock of the said  Company to twenty-five million dollars,  and authorising the Company to carry  on a general express business, and to  enter Into agreements with' the Pacific  Great B-ftern Railway Company, the  Kdmonton, Dunvegan _ British Columbia Railway Company, and the British  Columbia and Dawson Railway Company.'  'I. P*-ted ������t Vancouver, British Columbia,  this 21st day of November. 1912.  *JT. F. BROUGHAM,  Pacific Building, Vancouver,  B.C., Soll-  ',     citor for the Pacific & Hudson Bay  t, Railway Company.  #-12-12 to 4-1-13  $6,000,000 For Sewer 8ystem.  In round figures it is estimated that  tbe.carrying out of the work for the  Greater Vancouver joint sewerage system will entail aa expenditure of $6,-  000,000.  This was the information given to  the Burrard Peninsula Joint Sewerage  System Committee, who met for the  purpose of receiving a report from Mr.  R. S. Lea, consulting engineer, which  was practically a synopsis of the final  report he anticipates being able to  present before the end of the year.  In this report Mr. Lea states in regard to the matter of population, that  he estimates the city's population will  have increased to 1,400,000 by the year  1950. The intermediate years he considers will be likely to show as follows: 1920, 320,000; 1930, 680,000; and  1940, 880,000. It is assumed by Mr.  Lea .that Vancouver will grow ��������� at a  rate rather more than that experienced  by New York.  The chances are that a man who  looks before he leaps���������won't leap  memesssm ji       ,i       i  **************************  | If You Are Sick j  CALL ON J  I ERNEST SHAW, D. C. \  (Doctor of Chiropractic)  250 22nd Avenue East  / Chiropractic succeedt   where  -Mdieine fails.  Hoars I JO to 6 Consultation free  Boys Are Sentenced For Serious  Offence.  Two boys were sentenced to two  years in the Industrial School by Judge  Mclnnes last week for participating in  a robbery at Steveston on November  29.  The evidence was that the lads entered the house of'a Chinaman named  Ah Fook and stole $35 in cash? Armed  with a revolver, the evidence then was  ihey Btole Fooks gold watch and chain.  Other Chinamen appeared on the scene  and the boys beat a hasty retreat.  In passing sentence his honor read  the lads a severe lecture, pointing out  that if the offence had been committed  j by grown men they would have been  liable to a maximum sentence of life  imprisonment and, also to a whipping.  Mr. W. M. McKay represented the  Crown. The boys cried bitterly when  sentence was passed.  I "Is it expensive to send a boy to  college?"  "No," replied the father, who had  Just received another request for funds  "but I find it's expensive ta keep him  there."���������-Detroit Free Press.'  ��������� '    'f . ' ���������     ' a-  "i*  Vote for Baxter  ���������������-----*_-������---������-_-.  TT  ~\r  ���������fej  ( 1 \  [ Ov        *    \ A > ���������  K  st'*,. t-'v, .  lir" f    X-  1 ' I v , -i  .^ iA~'y ��������� .������  lit *'** V  *k. 5      -l  '������f  CammwW Prive wwl HWl Ave.  y-; ^TIwp Hwmte of#w������fv**  ���������III lll.ll IM_B----Sg-------*--=-- r       ' ------  pwfoet- comet cm w*y Weaijse we keep what,  ^epwp1enee4^4c|wvemcKjerate|y-  Groceries, Provisions, Fruits  Only tJ������e best brands kept in stock.  Our goods we aU guaranteed at*4 money refunded if  not satisfactory.  _ \  *. P. Sinclair, Prop.  HHPl FaiffllOflf 1033  ^.  Wben PuylBQ ChrUluias Preseots  For your friends, buy something  useful and they will think of you  every time they use them.  Come iii and see our stock.  fewfebyoi all ��������� Kerry Christmas ao<  a Happy Nrw Year  WATT'S HARDWARE CO  Roue Highland 825*1  1407 Commercial Drive  ���������*e  ?v*r*rj  ^Watches  Jewelry and Optical Goods  Mm       m^lSlwfEwf  Jeweler 6 Optician  Repairing a Specialty 1433 Commercial Drive  It  High=class Groceries  Provisions, Fruit, Stationery  Confectionery, Tobaccos  CAKES, PASTRIES, BREAD  Special attention to phone orders  Winnipeg Grocery and Bakery  O. E. Jones, Prop.;J  Corner Harris and Campbell  Ave.  Phone Highland 102 Branch Post Office  m*  :yy^?^yy  ��������� ,*������ r7-* T-'-:'y.ft  If****************'******)* **** ******4r*v**************i  Edited by D. R. PIERCE \  Phone Fairmont HkO       %  ' *  Note���������News meant for thia column should be mailed or phoned to the editoi tarty to insure  nsertion.  Grandview  THE FESTIVAL OF THE HEART.  ^..^���������^..^���������I..l���������.������������������.^.���������.���������^.���������.���������^.^..^M^������H^<������������^������w���������*^���������^������������l' +*m**1'****>*i**i****''**������>  At 1804 Thirteenth avenue east the  marriage was solemnized on Friday  of Mr. Harry Alexander Van Ermen  and Miss Biwpa Braff, by Rev. Dr.  Fraser. The couple were unattended.  Mr. and Mrs. Van Ermen will reside  in Vancouver.  Benzine Explodes; Man Burned  By ths Lord Bishop of Rlpon In The  -   Quiver Magazine  Christmas Day Is the festival of the  , the home.   If behind all things there  lis tbs love of God,   then   the   love  which banished pessimism from life  must enlarge our thoughts and give  A. Priestly, 4714 Thyne Road, was *?"���������1 * ^_2_2fe������*2  ; which took our manhood into God has  painfully burned about the face andj^^ aU hum|m ties dear with'a  hands when a barrel of benzine, near gweet sense of sacred kinship. Christ*  which he was working, in a paint shop,' mas becomes the festival of the heart  owned by Mr. J. W. Beresford at 1725! ���������the treat human festival.  o < * tv . * _ _ ������    _    I    It is the festival of the heart   It is  Commercial Drive, exploded Monday I     v *"    ,      .       _..     _.    ���������^_ m^m  , lore coming to earth.   The very sea-  forenoon at 11.30.  The blazing benzine' gon g|m an 9mvhMlB to the thought  set flre to the building, and despite the| __e keen frost the bitter ***lnd that  efforts of the fire department the shop lMhes the face and searches out the  was destroyed, involving a loss ,,of  11200, which, it is understood, is riot  covered by insurance. It is said that  Priestly lit a cigarettei and threw  down the match before the flame was  extinguished. The match came ln contact with the benzine. Priestly rushed  from the shop, and although badly  burned, he telephoned for the flre department, then he collapsed. He was  taken to a drug store and later to St.'  weakness of the clothing, tbe early  darkness which sends its gloom along  the streets and robs earth ot her colors, make one think wistfully of the  warm fireside, the friendly greeting,  ths loving thoughtful-ess, the welcome ot the home! Everything out*  side the house conspires to make us  value all that Is within the house;  Nature turns a cold shoulder and a  chilly eye upon us, and we remember  that lt Is not in beauty of scene, or  wealth of color, or magnificence of  foliage, that life's best things are to  be found; we begin to appreciate the  kindness and constancy of heart that  makes   fair   scenes   sweet and that  Paul's hospital, where, it was stated, ���������������������������������*��������� ** warm, place for us when all  outside Is dark and cold.  Spring bringB the festival of hope  when prophecies of beauty and ful  his burns would not prove fatal. His  wife is suffering from an attack of  appendicitis in another hospital.  Thieves Active in Grandview  ness may be read ln fields and hedgerows. Summer brings the feast of the  ere when earth Is arrayed in her richest apparel. Autumn brings us the  feast of Industry when fruit Is gath-  Thieves have turned their activities  ew4 ta how>r of wotk*   But T^ the  Tmeves nave turned their activities dMxk Amyu of y^^j. cojaeg t^ feMt  *rt. BtUwm mm* *^*^*^t*wWS^^^^ ** ���������* 9m*:***,  to the Grandview district. Yesterday  two cases of housebreaking, within  two blocks of each other, were reported to the police.  Some time between S and 5 o'clock  Friday afternoon Jhieves entered the  home of If r. and Mrs. to. Sauder, ������843  8->ti������ avenge mat, went through the  house, and from a < bedroom stole a  pearl sunburst valuod at 966, and an  empty leather bookfold, valued at ft|0  which.V������e thieves probably thought  contained papers of value.   Tbey^ft-  SI"  br������ke the window, rsseht* U������.4e, re-  ���������r^^^W*^^"^    ^^^W   ft*!**w4^f   *}f W WW   w|rwfl'    w^w    ~W*)*a,  dow and climbed in.  The straburts was W*M oo ������, dresser  an4 the oUl-fo)^|o one of the dresser  drawers. That tbe thieves Old oot ���������*  ���������mine others drawers, -wbsre they  would have fouo4 a foW medsl and  m*   a*"******���������*('���������*  wwi   w*fP^PTTT^   t^wt?���������'   mea   **���������**���������******'   *p*r^������  lief that they bacatne alarmed aod|.lelt  suddenly. Indepartiog they unlocked  tbe basement outside door; aodipafle  tbeir exit from the rear. Tbe sooborst  was a weddlof fift to Mrs. Sawder,  and therefore she valued it particular*  ly.  Less than two blocks from tbe Sauder home the same thieves, presumably, some time Friday night attempted  to break into the home of a prominent  official of a local company. Some time  during the nlgbt, after the family had  retired, marauders worked the key out  of the outside basemeot door, unlocked it by means of a skeleton key,  and then attempted to force open the  door leading from the basement stairway to the first floor. Three large  dents on the door Jamb and corresponding breaks in the corner of the  door give evidence of a heavy "Jimmy"  being used to pry the door open. But  the door was heavy and the lock unusually good. The thieves failed* and  departed without gaining anything or  doing further damage.  Three suspicious characters have  been seen in the neighborhood for several days.  Detectives O'Grady and Thompson  have investigated thoroughly.  m^���������JI$L2!t* wffi tl__r_!____  *\^999^)^9*J**9t        TT**wfp*"* ^^������*        *^t*?t**w"********t"****f  )j/mj*999T*9w    w^WWMP*1    "Kf  'vVfffBw    Wttw    Wwt  Mjrrttat delusions; for in spite of  preacher, poet and prophet In apt**  of the sa4 sod bitter e-ptriepoes of  W*, wt, obsUnate sod iftptfttM), t*m  of the heart, when love grows warm  and shines bright when happiness  meets us, not in springing flowers or  heavy sheaves, not in outward g^fts.  but where love has hidden her, behind the noma door which shuts out  darkbess and coldness, past unkind*  nesses and intrusive fear.  7 Christmas is tha human festival; ita  very season compels va to realise that  In ilia long r_o oor greatest happiness la not found in material thi-fcs���������  la fruits of the soU or riches that can  be handled and oouated, ^t m the  ^i^^wW*w,VWw     Wf      *f*mi9f \ *W*9*J9*}$    ##���������   *\99*}������*9mi*^L*\*}w9  fNAr^eTfetfulness, sympathy, and toft.  Everybody's doing it-Who's doing it?.  We are doing it-Doing what ?  GIVING   AWAY   COUPONS  with every $1.00 purchase.  Come in and see us.  E.M. LYNN  31  DEALER IN  Groceries, China  and Kitchen Hardware.  PHONE: Highland 823  Corner Keefer St. and Campbell Ave.  We ourselves are better served  By serving others best.  *  >������41 ni 11 * i inn i tmn ii ��������� in I ti >i 1111 it-iii m 111 >���������  ARE YOO INTERESTED IN B.C. METHODISM? I  TiHENTHE  ^ Western Methodist Recorder  (Published Monthly)  Is almoit indespensible to you. ��������� yyy  No other medluin will give you such general and  such satisfactory information about Methodist  activity in this great growing province. Whether  a Methodist or not you are interested in Methodist  movement   Send your subscription to  , *mw9^H-Umi*vt.*\T.{^\A   * *   Tlct������ria*B.C i  I $t.QO -   Ona Year  *\l**4<\*****%*4**********i*******4**%*%*%%**,**y\*%**\  VOTE FOR; BAXTER FOR -UYORl  for aocamulattons *t mmwy, Urfe pro*  ���������jjr^,  dassliai "  poseessiotii.   lordlj*  NOMINATION   PAPER  a duly qualified elector of and resident  in Ward No.  in the City of Van  couver, hereby nominate  as a fit and proper person for the office of Alderman of said  Ward No. for tbe year A.D., 191  Proposer.  I.  a duly qualified elector of and resident  in Ward No. hereby second the  nomination of  for tbe office of  Alderman  for  said  City, for Ward No. for the year  A.D., 191  Seconder.  I.  said candidate, nominated in the foregoing nomination paper, hereby consent to said nomination.  Signature of Candidate.  Bit raar hy year Christmas preaoh*  ���������e to ������* b? the Joy which came to tha  m*-fer and (he dadoes* which can  belong to the humblest home, A Uttle  thought jnifht save u* from great and  prolonged sorrow, fcoofc round tha  earth, and say whether of aU created  things man Is not tbe greatest we  know. Where, then, shall man. placed  in the garden'of the world, find his  greatest joy? He may find pf in aU  things that bloom���������In flower and  fruit, in grass and tree, in river and  sky; but keener than tbe joys which  these can yield is the joy which comes  from bis own kind. The hest can yield  hest joy to tbe best. Man can bring  to man a g'adness wbicb no flower or  fruit of earth can bring.  Not therefore in accumulated possessions, but m our fellow-men. will  our truest joys be found. The old  pictures which show us the mother  bending over her Babe, while tbe wise  and rich are unfolding tbelr treasures,  preach to us the dear human gospel  of Christmas Day. Our best joys can  be found, not in riches, but in realizing our kinship with the men and women and children who are round about  us; for there is more joy ln sympathy  than in a surplus: life finds its fulnees  in love, and love finds its vocation tn  service, even as Christ came, "not to  be ministered unto, but to minister."   Ti   THE CHRI8TMAS GOOSE  Last Christmas a certain vicar was  invited to a big dinner at the house  of one of tbe leading men in the town.  At the disner table he was placed  opposite a goose.  The lady of the house was placed  on the vicar's left. Seeing the bird in  front of him, he remarked: "I'm pretty  near the goose this time." Then added hastily���������"Excuse me; I meant the  roast one."  Why is an acquitted prisoner like a  gun?���������Because he is charged, taken  up, and then let off.  The formal welcome to the Vancouver High School Cadets took place in  the Horse Show Building Thursday  last week, and there was no doubt  about tbe cordiality and enthusiasm  of the reception to the returned travellers. There was an immense crowd  present. Addresses of welcome were  delivered by Mayor Findlay and Sir  Charles Hibbert Tupper, and an eloquent reply made by Capt. Davy.  The programme presented by the  Cadets was almost an exact replica of  the entertainment they provided at  many points in Australia and New Zealand. It consisted of fancy drill revolutions, gymnasium drill, presentation  of colors and a sham battle, as well as  a series of bugle calls by the Cadet  band. The band of the Sixth Regiment  Occupation and Calling of Candidate.' and the Welch choir also assisted in  Vancoufar,��������� ���������Z&aamayv^-.&'Q-j,19i the programme.  *---*-m-sip������_p_m--__--p___i  Jricw ������I * few XMAS Q0Q0S  ^-....,.. .--v- y^ job  ���������"**************^"**********p  "���������ife^^ffSwie *t.aaewe*m *������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������-.������������������^���������������������������.������������������*f- *>*"-*o  '    M |Nti_ - fk   "ff_t  mWWi| a'eaef*. *999f*****\-'*'.������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������.*9fa 999  ftjhrwyjEM'fo . %        .. .> , .,....������, <ftc  * j- 9*99 Ww-frlff-. ^^*W-rww*rW-fw y ������������������������������������#e**������e������������e������������e������e^������������e e^m ������������������������������������������������������������* ��������� #|f������    ^fQfW  PHOIfWf    WWMIpV     ������������������������������������������������������..���������.���������������������������ee., eeeee.eeeeee4.ee.,-. |||*   ^t|0  <^f4WWPIf#     ������������������������������������������ *���������������*���������������������������* e*.*....*eee**������ ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� . fytfe   *^WV  M     Jor4iw Jb. m  Prowdvy Vmm p9k. %*k  *Ww9w ym*mjt9^*me   ��������� ��������� e ��������� ������������������*���������������. ������.e.te*������. .������������������������������������������*���������������������->������������������*. >��������������������������������������������� 9^9*   **y*)9w  m*f^y9mm*\**}   *faj*J9^99W    ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������esse e������.������*.*e. *��������������������������������������������� ������������������-.���������������������. ej^Jle    <^wQ  |wwt 0J4tr > quart 20o  3oU������4 0i4er bottle 860  Twldib fifM    ��������� ... .lb. JOc ������n<) 20c  OWn������ Prewrved Qinger ..  I.. . .. .Jar 26c  Y<mnf stem Ginger .. . ...... jar 40c  % fin Money ?icWe������ bottle 36e and 60c  Mince Meat, Bein_ ....       .....:     .a ibi. 46c  "   1*0-1................,;.:;...; ...2Ww.25c  Xmas Plum Puddiiur .  ~^*****w*>,*fw    ^j  *pw^^^q^   ^   ****'^T**r���������*^'���������^ft  ���������   ���������   ���������   1  Xmas Oabta .........         Sardines, Jtoyans a la Vatel..  "     a la Bordelaise.  Dee Sportsmen   Yacht Club, Boneless ..  Choice Mixed Nuts  ....  .jar 40c  .lb. 30c and 60c  ........ tin 20c  ........ tin. 20c  ....... tin 26c  tto 25c  ..2 lbs. 35c  Mixed Nuts, extra fancy .... ��������� .    .....*.. .2 lb������. 45c  Xmai Stocldnj*8 ................................. ,5c to$1.00  Bon-Bons     ...{   20c to $1.50  OUR CHEESE DBPABTMENT:  EnKlish  Stilton ������0c La Trappe 50c McLar������n'f. Imperial. S0c  Swi^   Cream ..60c Roquefort   ������0c Gorgonsola  ...T... .   60c  Kdam 90c Brick : ; 30c German   Breakfast....!Oc  lifmburger 30c Camembert  35c Pimento  ;..:    10c  Swindell Bros.  1417 Commercial Drive     Next to Uneeda Meat Market  _.:.._.������  y.y >3Ss.-X.3&':*&;-Xii^xr/r:U--:*ri3  ^y ��������� ������������������-.- -i'ii y*^k! v^i. ?*iiV~-^  ���������������������,'flWrB.  BANK CLEARINQ8.  Returns from twenty leading cities,  in the Dominion show encouraging increase over the corresponding week of  last .year.   Tbey are given as follows:  1912. 1911.  Montreal   ....$61,189,536 $57,245,468  Toronto   ....! 48,290,114 43,949,042  Winnipeg .... 45,263,248 36,704,217  Vancouver .,.  14,332,552 12,274,517  Ottawa  ......    4,451,910 4,561,159  Calgary   .....    6,619,527 5,706,963  Quebec  ..     3,975,883 3,608.913  Victoria  .....    4,192,741 2,767,419  Hamilton     4,415,992 3,193,819  Halifax.     2,549,613 2,266,567  St. John .    1,966,068 1,645,597  Edmonton  ...    5,412,439 ' 3,432,745  London ......    2,157,593 1,825,341  Regina  ......    1,033,715 2,305,228  Saskatoon  ...    3,075,822 2,215,108  Moose Jaw  ..    2.052,761 1,404,831  Brantford          702,855 655,736  Brandon     1,049,627 941,549  Lethbrldge   ...       824,444 741,021  Ft^WiUlam ...    1,054,772 727,917  _ ^.%.y Tjgsiwg^ .,_ ��������� ..  HOW MUCH MONEY  IN THE BOWL?  Exhibited in our Window.  The Nearest  Correct  Guess Gets  the  \Vh6IeSum      .  '���������>     We tell you it is over $100  Every $1.00 purchase entitles you  to one guess.  OUR   CHRISTMAS  SHOWING  IS  THE MOST VARIED IN THE  SUBURBS  1150 Commercial Drive y  <W  yuy~,  ���������-Ti������������^  =-_s_r  THE WESTERN CAfcL  ***** si 11 .n i ������* i |i������i n hi .*.mi4 ������������<<><' 11 !��������������� i ���������< ii net n 111*���������#*��������������� i������i  _     .i .  .VOTE  FOR*  UTH OS.   EVANS  i > (Formerly of Evans & Hastings)  ji AS ALDERMAN FOR WARD IV j;  ;;        And a Morally Clean City.  ;; - Also Improvements by the way of Roads, Lanes, Boulevards* !:  ��������� Sewers, Increased Water Supply, etc., as well as the cur- ;;  .3! tailing of the unnecessary expenditure of money in doing ��������� ���������  '; work over a number of times.  :: YOUR VOTE AND INFLUENCE SOLICITED  ';        - Residence ��������� Cor.  Napier and Victoria Drive  '��������� ���������******4'*****************40 *>->"f-M������������"i'.i"i ������**+a*******to***>  "4'***4*4*U*4<***4*********4 ****** II MM"! if* I *<* **********  *********************4'***>. O ������������������������������������.������������������!��������� ******************** ***  WARD IV  I WALTER R. HAMILTON j  Respectfully Solicits Your Vote and Influence  as  Aldermanic Candidate for.Ward Four.  t: Mr. Hamilton has been endorsed by the Good :  -** ��������� v .  Government League.  nr* I I' ll'l-M-M "i-M ���������> I ������-4i I-1 ���������<*)!  O   t"l' 'I' 'I' I "I * ***** ********* * * **  **************** *>*** M'00������'lO*-������ ************************  >  WARD IV  ������: Your Vote and Influence are Respectfully Solicited j;  c ��������� >: *" *..  II EDWARD ADAIR II  As Aldermanic Candidate  For Ward Four  ,   %$y  \* u lee ** i tin i i i H ���������������������������i *-*o > ������ 11 mi mini hi * ������������������������*���������* *i  4 I l>IM I * till IHM l>>l II UOWHiiiin 1MMMII'  _. '    * *     ~ y*   .. *��������� tt   *   *���������   ...    ^   i        . ^        *.        i  1   .   1  I *'  *    I  \\ JOHN B.JA���������OBS,  Yielding to solicitations, consents to  jne  a |  ;; Candidate for Aldermanic Honors in Ware) four, i  Yoiir  Vote  and  Influence are irespectfully  solicited*  ************4**4*>********'l9  *H l"l"������ M'H'I'M | H'H"������"I'M*'������<  ������������������tM m m ***** imiH ������t������������'ioe������t*t������������������+������������t������<������*'������*-������'*e������f������+*  Wartf IV  Your Votejand Influence are Respectfully Solicited  for  GflO. HcSPADPEN       _  fAs,Aldermanic Candidate for Ward Four.!  All promises will be faithfully kept and no oppor- \  j; tunity lost to advance the interests of Ward Four j  and the whole of Vancouver.  -MM II llllll'IM l"l 11 I M ������ ������0' ���������* <**���������*������* IMMMIMI   ���������Mllll 11 It 1111 llllM>MMOll������ll<MI i %****$* ****** im  WARD IV  ,  Provincial, Dominion and Foreign  * H"l"l'*l"1"l"l * I-1.1 til I ***** ****** *���������������������������"* I ***W^***+**W������}*~r't.ir's  i  PROVINCIAL  Huge New Mill Ready  New Westminster, Dec. 14.���������The  million dollar lumber mill on, Lulu  Island, the plant of which was com-  Ipleted a few days ago, will be ready  Tor actual operation the first of the  year. Thia mill will be one of the best  equipped and up to date in the country and will employ about 350 men.  Great Elevators for Port Moody ���������  Huge grain elevators capable of  handling fifty million bushelB of prairie  wheat yearly, and dockage facilities for  a, grain fleet of approximately three  hundred vessels to take care o the immense shipments of'grain that it is  proposed to transport over the Rockies  are planned by the C.P.R. for the head  of Burrard Inlet.  That the Canadian Pacific Company  intend to locate-elevators in the Immediate vicinity of Port Moody, there  is not the slightest doubt, in view of  admiBslonB recently made by prominent C.P.R. officials. It is, a significant  fact that the company are feverishly  engaged in buying up all tbe acreage  that can be secured at a reasonable  figure on the Port Moody foreshore.  Only recently the C.P.R. paid 120,000  gested that no foreign power shou'd  send trops to Mongolia.  Convicts Commit 8uieide.  London, Dec. 13.���������Two convicts undergoing life sentences in Maidstone  Prison committed suicide in their cell  today. They cut their throats with  a rude knife made of iron. The prisoners left farwell messages to the relatives stating that they had taken their  lives ln desperation.  Scientists Dig Up Most Ancient City;  Relics of Chinese.  London, Dec. 13.���������A sensation has  been created in British scientific circles by advices received fron-TSir  Martin Conway, Prof. William Niven  and Senor Roman Mena of the discovery of absolute Mongolian remains only a couple of hours' walk  from the City of Mexico, thereby con  firming the hypothesis that has Ions  been held that the most ancient civilisation of Mexico and peru preceding that of the Toltecs and tbe Aztecs  was of Mongolian origin.  Miles of Grain Vessels.  Buffalo, N.Y., Dec. 13.���������Three miles  of giant freighters, their hulls filled  spot cash for lot. 7 and 10 in district.?* ������������>������on������ of bushels pf grain, are  riding at anchor inside the breakwater  lot 233, which property is located  right on the foreshore at Port Moody.  The company Is now making application for the purchase of right-of-way  through property to the eaat. Some  time ago the right-of-way was purchased through blocks 13 and 14, which immediately adjoin the aforesaid property.  A big force of men are right now engaged in triple-tracking the main line  from Pqrt Moody to Coquitlam.  DOMINION  Fasted To Bring Back Balm's Lift.  Calgary. Dec. 11. ��������� Wasting 1 ber  strength for more than a mohth in th*  hope th#t her fast Would bring tpok to  life the babe that _ad perished two  months after ttrt_, Mrs. Henrietta  Irvine, wlf* of a rancher, liTinf. ten  n-l-i from Calgary, died E-eoamb_* 1,  and last week the stricken husbawl  reported the matter to the coroner. *"  Auto Jlandits Optrsttn^  Mb-tre_l. Dec. 12^A well tirg-w^ed  gang of automobile burg*srs lire believed to be operating In this city.  Several d-wing Jobs bave been brought  to the attention of the police |������ *%���������  past few days and all have been ootf-  mltted fn a simitar manner. Half a  dosen great plate glass windows have  been smashed receitly and the burg-  lars nfter clearing out the windews of  the Jewellery shops disappeared in'������  big touring car. Two Jewellery shops  and a haberdashery were attacked in  tbis manner last night and ������ considerable quantity of loot was secured.  Moose Organising at Kamloops,  Kamloops, B. C���������in a whirlwind  campaign. Just closed, organisers of  Kamloops Lodge, No. 1086, L. O. O. M.,  succeeded' In a few days* time in listing over 850 membership applications,  these now having been approved by  the board of directors, and the applicants have been duly initiated at tht  recent charter closing mooting.  New Routes Will toett Conors.  Canora, Sask.-���������A decided stimulus  tb business conditions at Canora is al*  ready beginning to bo rolt aa a result  as a result of construction progress on  the new Hudson's Bay routes which  are expected to give this point a  strong lead in the race for control of  the entire Hudson's Bay traffic for tbls  section of the Province.  Your Vote and Influence are respectfully solicited for  C.C DELBRIDGE  As Aldermanic Candidate for Ward Four.  | I   If elected he wiU insist on a rigid FUEL INSPECTION for ]  the City of Vancouver.  I!   Will strongly advocate the Connecting of Grandview with  the City Proper by Good Paved Streets;  and will support   .  any measure that will build up our city permanently.        "I  _________  ;.;.j  h< 11 I 1 1 l"l"l"l"l"l' '��������� ���������������*���������*'���������* l"l I'l IU O ���������"*������������������*������������������ ** * ** *** **** I'l II MUM  ������������������������'!��������� ������'l-0������������������-M'������'I'*W  \ \ BAXTER'S Record is Clean j  j \ BAXTER'S Ability is of the j  ������������������������������������       Highest.  ���������j BAXTER will make a Good Mayor  'yfa**********.t.*************e ***** *********************  FOREIGN  Home Rule Bill Through Committee.  London, Dec. 12.���������The committee  stage of the Home Rule Bill was com*  pleted in the House of Commons late  today amid exciting demonstrations.  The House then adjourned. Premier  Asquith and his ministers were given  an ovation as they left the chamber.  China Must Not Ignore Russia.  Peking, Dec. 12.���������M. Korstovetz, the  Russian minister, has warned China  that a-rupture of their negotiations is  imminent unless China cease to delay  the settlement of the Mongolian question.  This Is considered significant in  view of the impending arrival at St.  Petersburg of the Mongolian delegates  wbo are expected to ask the Empeio.  to recognize the complete independence of Mongolia.  The Chinese Government opened negotiations in November with the Russian legation in respect to Russia's  recent recognition of the autonomy of  Mongolia. The Minister of Foreign  affairs informed the Russian Minister  that China claimed the right to control  Mongolia's foreign relations and sug-  of Buffalo's outer harbor today, forming one or the heaviest blockades of  grain ln the history of the port. Fifty  three vessels ln this line carry corgoes  aggregating 16,000,000 busbels of export grain., practically all of lt bei_g  Wheat; in the inner harbor are twenty  more vessels, and a like number is expected from upper Lake ports before  the lake become .-navigable.  The total cargo value of the fleet in  winter quartors here Is estimated at  120,000,000. The grain will be transshipped at the rate of five hundred to  a'thousand carloads a day during the  winter, and the remainder will he  supped by -anal In the spring;  V ������-M____-_*i  " Cai*riM invalid ������irty-three MH*s to  *'   .v ������ave>-f*v;, -y*y   ���������  'How one l?*-uWelpht_n cai*rtod an-  o_isr, who was ill with i*������aee*umla, M  inlles through the M������lM woods, depositing him ������ve*-r few ft**!** yards  to return lor their eono* fcto ttttpge,  #*������ tho thrilling tale of hardship and  **B**olsm told laat week. Whoa W. 9.  W**** of 5*0* Wi*������ac_*c*on Avenue  attd Claries Clsiton, Jr.. returned to  their homes in Oennantcwn. . It was  Cowing, who is a teacher, 35 years old,  who carried Claxton, a youth of 17, on  hia hack, finally bringing him from the  wilds to tiv'iisdtion ana saving hia  ,k    ;    Tho Death Film.  8t Louis. Pec. 18���������The shooting of  Walter if umm in t*n***s, Franc*, marhs  the" eighth tragedy centering around  airmen who participated in the aviation and baloon meet held in 1910 in St.  Louis. A motion picture was taken of  tbe prominent mm at the meet M������mm  was In tbe plstum as were seven other  baloonlsts and aviators, wbo since bave  been killed. Col. Theodore Roosevelt  also occupied a prominent place in tbo  dim' which lias beoo termed "The  Death Film"  .. /  ������__-__-_-������ *  White Slave *il'Paste*  London, Dec. 13���������What is known as  tho White Slave Trafoo Bill received  the Royal aes-nt yesterday and immediately became operative. A number of  notorious offenders tn consequence lied  from London.  '  Tbo provision of the bill empower a  constable to take tnto custody without  a warrant, any person he has cause to  suspect of committing or attempting  to commit violations of the law. Such a  person may, in addition to suffering a  term of imprisonment, be sentenced  to be whipped. Men supported by white  slaves are brought under the Vagrancy  Act of 1898, and, lf convicted, under  tbat Act, shall be liable to a flogging.  ***** i ti*** * 41 **4 4 n n mi  ���������:Fraser Avenue,  ���������WO* !��������� M. 1.11 Hill ***+******>  *���������  The high cost of living may he  equalized by careful buying of yow  supplies for kitchen and table. ' EJlis'  Grocery, 80th and Fraser, make prices  that save dollars each week for^their  patrons.   Prompt delivery. *  With all sublunary entitles, this la  the question of questions. What talent is horn in you? How do you  ploy that?���������-Carlyle.  VtmmeenlemWmW  ������.*_<&1  J|dM*tMiA*tMfe'  vanI���������ih*r ' -    im i ������������������_���������������j ui.������f  , o_JvnsT        \y yyftif  301 DomioioiiTriisifW^liAil^  Open from tfto Band tto8*"���������.  RING UP SEYMOUR XBU90R  APPOINTM-afT. ;A  For Good  Boots and Shoes  -GOTO-  Soutb Hill _i__ SboeStore  Fraser Ave. & 47th Ave.  Opposite the school  ERNEST SHAW, %#SII  (Doctor (AouxopMttk) :~  250 22-td Ave. fi.  Close to Main Street  Omca Houaa: 1-0to*. ry-frWSj^  Often a slight den-genM* **9HKSp&^  spine (��������� the cause of prokofod *mma%hMx%^*  and sofferiBf. CJhlropracttc a-UW-?.",^^  the opine.   . :. '   i   J^lfe  '^*M  try a "CAtL" ad.:  'y ^������  y- .***������  ��������� iS-14  -   We Wish You Joy  This Chri&inastide; and  Every Happiness and y  Good Fortune During the  Coming Year.  FiJ.Bolstm  Cor. j^thawi Fraser;  .V  1*  *%'H_  ���������iff  "**'-_  "I  , -*i ���������*-������-���������������  y'\-&:M  y U^WMk  '���������r.ri, "  laws  ill  i  "5 W-  m  mt.  __a_m_--*_-t--������*---*--_^^  _������--e--H_-_--__an--_-_n_-__M   '  Turkish Oeneral's 8trategy.  In a dispatch to "The. Morning Post"  from Constantinople the correspondent  tells a story of how, about the time the  armistice was concluded, Nazim Pasha,  commander-in-chief of the Turkish  forces, become angry because the foreign military attaches were Inspecting  the Tchatlja lines in defiance of his  orders. Nazim made no comment, the  correspondent adds, but had a locomotive attached to the railway saloon  headquarters and while the officers  were sleeping In the night time ordered them taken back to Constantinople.  To Encourage Home Industries.  Lethbrldge, Alta.���������Lethbrldge should  go after the improvements that will  ensure the spending of at least 75  per cent, of the money in our city. For  example, if the goods are purchased  in our city from merchants employing  a considerable staff, even if a few per  cent, more is paid for the supplies required, more men are employed at  home, and more money is circulated  and kept in the banks (right here.  r bt *j m w m m w-t^ t  Awraprtolf Qiristmas Gifts  --1       r   ~ \  Tfcey <*re Useful- tfefttftom* *!H, Inexpensive  Look Over Thl* U������t *  Electric Ranges  Toasters  Heating Pises,  Coffee Percolators  Teapots  Immersion fkrilers  Utility Ootflts  Chafing Pishes  w *wooYS>r*r"ss ^^am***)*a*imm*aj  Warming Pads  Foot Warmers  Electric Irons  All are Operated from an Ordinary Household Socket  See These Appliances at Our S������|es-roorn������  C������rr������l sod Rostlngs Sts. U38 GnmvMIe SU er P������vle  te?7.  x#&>  ffWffTf fff  .LLLLA  a)***maa19*������m%kf9l***99*^^ HtflNflOPII  ���������om*fi*ri-T40*f-i. hum>o om_Asi-  Hittwit Ve. 114*4   Tb* apou are all  (one from my lega Mid ���������nt��������� and I feci  ���������food now. I am vat? tpateful to you  and (hall navcr forget .ha favor your  roedlclnea hare dona for me. Too can  ���������Me my name In recommending It to  any auffer������r. I am going to gat married aooB. Thanking yoa once more,  ���������tc."  SATS TWO MONTHS CUBED 1-3C.  Patient Ka. 1676S. Age tt. Single.  Indulged In Immoral halts 4 yeara. Deposit In urine and drain* at night.  Varicose Veins on both sides, pains In  back, weak sexually. He writes:���������"I  received your letter of recent date and  in reply I am pleased to say tbat after  taking two months' treatment I would  consider myself completely cured, as I  have seen no signs of them coming  back (one year).  . THS WORLD S-KKS D*_*f___*XT.  Patient No. 18*23. "I have not had  a regular Emission I don't know when  and am feeling fine. The world seems  altogether different to me and t thank  God for directing me to you. Tou have  been an bonest doctor with me."  V-JUOO-ft Y_JHS CUSVD*  Caso No. ISMS. Symptoms whan h*  ���������tartad traatoMtit:���������Ago tt, slngla. In*  dulged In Immoral habits several years.  Varlcoae V������������������������ oa both sides���������pimples  on tho face, ate After two months'  treatment ha writes as follows:���������"Tour  welcome letter to hand and am very  glad to say that I think myself cured.  My Varicose Veins have completely disappeared for quite a while and It seems  a cure. I work harder and feel less  tired. I havo no desire for that habit  whatever and If I stay Ilka this, which  I have every reason to believe I will.  Thanking you for your kind attention,"  etc.  G_-X_D 14 POT7XDS TN ONE MONTH.  Patient No. 13R28. This patient (aged  BS) had a chronic cage of Nervous De*  llity and Sexual Weakness and was run  down In vigor and vitality. After one  month's treatment he reports as follows:���������"I am feeling; very well. I have  gained 14 pounds In one month, ao that  I win have to congratulate you." Later  report:���������"I am beginning to feel mora  like a man. I feel my condition Is  getting better every week." His laat report:���������"Dear Doctors���������As I feel thia Is  the last month's treatment that I will  have to get, I thought at one time I  v/ould never bo cured but I put con*  fldcnce in you from the start and yoa  have cured me."  <V.*M*9_fe������Ptfw|  i&_-  I.  nscaliar to   ^CONSULTATION FREE.  Blank for Hot��������������� T���������������������������net���������.  CURES GUARANTEED Oil NO PAY  Wo boat aa- core VARICOSE VEINS, NERVOUS DEBILITY. :BLOOD AMD  URINARY COMPLAINTS. KIDNEY AND BLADDER DISEASES -i-tittF! fi-sasss  BOOKS FREE. If t__Me to caO write for a Qms-o-s  ffUOTI _"*f*" AS '���������*������������������������ *-*>���������- C-m__������-nnrt b. aJMtosssJ to o-r Ca������  1~IVw I -T ���������*_*!��������� stli��������� Tnn r ij unJmrs l>anart-niial an fuUp-s i  _____���������____���������__���������    DRS. KENNEDY A^ENMEDY. WOIDSOR. ONT.  Drs KENNEDY&KENNEDY  Cor. Micbigaii Ave. and Griawold St, Detroit. Mich.  yy>i  X ������������������$"#���������������<*'! til*'-- :'-yl-  ���������yrx:-  :���������)���������:..  yj7*���������.  a  THE "WESTERN _ALL-  t******#**^****A"Wp***4r**4f**  '��������� J: y    '   ���������     y     '        ���������f  The Successful Firms   -if:  Advertise.        WHY?   |  \ ************4,**v?*<'4,'1'**iMr** *  '   ���������    .  /                r  UNION MADE []j\  1  ELflR CIGARS  Ask the man  who  smokes them.  ���������v  2446 MAIN ST.  PHONE Fairmont 2259  %A Good-Stock of No. 1  Fruit and   Produce.  JOHN E. REEKIE  PROPRIETOR  ���������J" CHRISTMAS PRESENTS  We have a full line of Ladies', Gems' and  Children's Fancy Dry Goods, Oriental Qoods, etc.  Qowos,   Embroidered   Waist   Patterns   Scarfs,  Shawls,   Neckwear, etc.  J5ea Grass Chairs, Children's Rocker Chair?, Toys, Screens, Bamboo  Goods, etc. ' ^         252 BRODWAY, WEST  PHONE Fairmont 1197  -7-  Gaining & Co.  'x. :��������������������������������������������� yyy  XSyyyy:yyyy\  |^7;7!&;,!57SJ������;  f������&i*?yk-yy jV.  \fsy#ip@yxy&  mmmmm"  f^y.J.jy.VV'.-l-'-.lAi.'w  Nrt tha Chaapctt Placa  Is Tow*  :.*|P  ���������stf  ?_e/������ant coNFecr,  but the Batt Value for  Vour nosey  W. M. Armstronf, Prop.   .  2440 MAIN STREET  'o%.  */>  We Wish All o  a * f  Very Merry Xmas  ���������  l.*'..^ ::j ���������'.. \ ,v~.  ;A\.  ': 'y.;'"������������������ V".- '*"/'  ���������#������f������f#f������������ttMM������ft������f������������<tlll>t������**>*������������������������������������tt������f������f*������������������������t������f'  PETEf*S���������������0.    v  ; ,      Pioneer Sfo-tepifcer*   -  l^_-_wp___---_a_--_-_^-M_M--ii>---.*w-i'   in ���������" -* ��������� ��������� ��������� -������������������*���������--   '     ' -.���������������������������     ������������������    ���������������������������   ~   ������������������  We ������Jb4he #est Work for tbe Lowest Money.  Oct Your Shoes Repaired Here  *S30 M������tn street  With tmprovea quarters we improve and increase oar work accordingly.  ������|������MH ****************** **********>***v>p**********4  BBS*   THG OON c^owIn  510 REST PARLOR        * SAJ-TCRj* j  gff4g flf*** We adeterefrom fff* *r. J  TOYS from 5c each 1  CRACKERS from 20c box        *:.'  CARDS from 10c doz. 'j  Ganong'sr Fry's and Cadbury's Fancy Xmas j  7 Chocoliates, 5c to $1;00. ���������!  Best Local Handrolls. 40c per lb. '".��������� j  >***** ** 4******.****.*******. ������������������^^������^4H������^^4^������^.���������^���������^���������������l^���������H''>���������l���������������^'|^f���������^|l|i���������^  ****������*>*H**>*.**M**^  J  ������  s  Ward VII  Unanimously endorsed b*/South Ward Seven Rate-,  payers' Association and Good ^Government League  Mr. D. E. Buzza  has consented to run as Alderman for WaVd Seven.  Candidate Buzza is a resident of the district, has  been the President of the Ratepayers' Association  for two years, and is planning to give his entire  time to working for  the interests of Ward Seven.  ,A.������j.^M*|*^M***..*..2M*..*M{M*M*H***a**I������****l.*I**t***^J**t*****5' ***J**I*'  ���������vv.X*n-*>..*^2*.>^H**>*W*M*H~;  Morris Jelly  H. O. Foote  Main Transfer Co.  m*���������*������- .-t-h-i-i  Express, Baggage and Storage  Always in Mount Pleasant  Phone Fairmont 1177 Stand 2421 Scotia St.. Mt. Pleasant  Mount Pleasant  EDITED BY ������������.. R. PIERCE  Phone: Fairmont 1140.  Help  to make these pages as  interesting   as   possible   by   writing  or telephoning   all  local news   each   week before  Wednesdayi  noon.  Prof. E. Odium will, expose the  weaknesses of socialism in his next  article.  Dr. Spencer will preach the Christmas sermon- at the Central Baptist  Church next Sunday. Special Christmas music.  The death occured on Thursday last  of Thomas Gaskell. age 76, at Bristol,  Eng. The deceased was father of  Messrs. Wm. and Geo. Gaskell, of Vancouver.  j  lit. Pleasant Itaptist Church, corner  '10th Ave. and Quebec St. Rev. A. F.  Baker, B.A.. Pastor. Sunday services  11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Sunday school  2.30 p.m. H.Y.p.U. Monday 8 p.m.  Pastor's residence, No. 6 14th Ave. E.  New Quarters for Union Bank  The Union Bank will move on the  first of January to the*r. splendid new  quarters in the Lee Block. They will  'occupy the corner section "next to  Broadway.' Here they will find ample  room at one of the most' convenient  centres for car service, etc., in the  city.  Christmas Trade  . The Christmas season is in full blast  here. While the big department stores  down town are of course drawing their  crowds, H is gratifying to "know that  pur Mt. Pleasant merchants are doing  an excellent business. Splendid taste  is being displayed in window and .inside decoration and arrangement.  The Vancouver _ioa.d of Trade is  urging the Provincial Government to  legislate immediately In the interests  of homesteading, such legislation to be  based upon the report of the Land  Settlement Committee.  - A representative delegation-is now  In Victoria presenting the matter to  tha officials. They are H. A. Stone,  E. H. Heatfs, Prof. E. Odium, ���������ba������. B.  Tlsdale, J. > B. Mathews, Secretary  Blair and others. , -, ���������  prtneh f������e������t Office PutftHnf .  ��������� In preparation for the excavation  wdrfcon the new branch postoffice to  be built at the corner of Fifteenth and  Main atreet. the structures which for*  nlerly occulted the site have been removed. It is, understood that; discing  operations will be. started right away  and that construction work will be  burrled along ao that the residents of  Mt. Pleasant district will have more  adequate postal, facilities at an early  date.  New Edifices  The Lee Block   and   Royal  building are nearing completion  for Mt. Pleasant are coming alon���������  soon.  The s4le.-of a $10,000 property on  south Mi^n street is reported and it  is expected that the owner will erect  a business btyck (hereon in the near  future.  Plans have been-prepared for an apartment house to lie 'erected on the  corner of Broadway and Main. Particulars of the new proposed structure  have not been announced yet but it is  understood that it will he quite in  keeping with the other fine structures  which now grace that section of Mt.  Pleasant. Constructionv will probably  be started early next year.  The Governor-General's medal for  proficiency at the last "High School  Entrance" Examination ~ was present  ed at Alexandria School, cor Clark-  Drive and Broadway, on Friday morn  ing, December 20th, at 11 o'clock.  ROD AND GUN for December, published by W. J. Taylor,''Limited, Woodstock, Ont., is an especially readable  number. Among its varied list of contents may be found: "The Calgary  Stampede," a description of the wonderful historical pageant that took  place last September in that city of  the plains; "Bud ParBons," an'amus-  ing tale of a youthful hunter who  thirsted for the blood of a bear; a  finely illustrated article describing the  winter attractions of a well known  summer tourist rendezvous���������Algonquin Park; and a very funny Indian  storey-poem of  "Ho"e-in-the Jaws"���������so named because  Hia mouth was large and wide.  Extending clear from ear to ear  And six by eight inside."  "food and Feeding" is the subject  of tbe eighth article on the Culture of  Black and Silver Fozea^ and other  stories of adventure are of an exceptionally, entertaining nature.  Many Excellent   ,      ";,.  Positions Open  -��������� Many good position* are.open to  young men and young women in tbe  field of <! Wireless " and of cororoerclal  telegraph service,   the passage of the  new United'Stated law, effective October 1, compelling aU sea-going ves  ���������eis to be equipped wifg> wireless in*  strumf nts and manned by two competent operators, has created a wide demand for operators in the marine wireless service. * Laws now require rail-  'ways to use more operators than ever  before. The Morse Telegraph Company, of Seattle and Portland, works  n dose connection with wireless and  Bank commercial   officials   and   can   place   ���������  ,  They graduates in good positions.     It will  are worthy ornaments of a beautiful | pay you to write for full perticnlais.���������  section of the city.   Other fine edifices' Adv,'  l|M*..*l 'Il������<l������^������������|^^MHH*������������*M'*fr������������*>->������������*l������*t-  No  Delivery  Phone.- Fairmont 621  >vi*^->->'!*^*>^*^*i--i������'***r**M''i"!,'i',i''i,'i''i'*>,'*y-  "+���������  ���������>���������  t  +  +  ���������*���������  +  t  *  +  +  ���������  +������������������������������������  +  +  *  +  No Credit  Markl  We give you the bene*  fit of all expenses.*)!  delivery   and bookkeeping.  Fresh Local Lamb, Legs  44       "       "   Loins  Corn-fed Pig Pork,  Legs and Loins 20c to 25c  Choice Pot Roast - - 12 to 15c  Choice Pork Roast   -   18c to 20c  XMAS GREETINGS  Saturday Specials  Pen Lb.  22c  22c  Sirloin Roast  Fresh Salmon  Fresh Crabs  Smoked Halibut  20c  Pkb Lb.  Fresh Local Veal Roasts 20c to 25c  Fresh Spare Ribs * - 15c  Presh Dressed' Chix - 25c to 30c  Choice Table Butter - - - 35c  Hein. Kraut and Mince Meat  Good Lard - - - 2 lbs. for 25c  Presh Eggs, per doz.      -   -   35c  SEAL SHIPT OYSTERS  2 lbs. 25c  - 2 for 25c  2 lbs. for 85c  Finan Haddio  Kippers        -      -       .  Fresh Smoked Salmon"  , per lb. 12 l-2c  1   5c:t>er pair  ' 2 lbs. for 86c  +  +  +  +  +  +  Local  Local DressedMeese  I Local Dressed Ducks  SPECIAL  krtAS  OPrBRINGi  TO  OUR   CUSTOMERS  A Chance With Each Purchase of 25c or over.  35c  30c  30c  1st Prize ���������A  Fancy Electric Coffee  Percolator.  2nd Prize- A Ten Pound Itorkey.  3rd Prized A Ten Pound Turkey. 7  Drawing takes place Monday, Dec. 23rd, at 8 p.m.  No Two Prizes to One Family.  2513 Main Street, nr. Broadway  "^.*M*_^.t..V*������'********������****������*  .        Th* Place that Treats Yoa Right  Thia la an Independent Market  1 ���������  4*..*..fr.o..*..*..-..*..������'*..|. ������������������"*"���������'*���������*' ���������*'**������������������*��������� ������������������.���������*i*j.������  I Swan Br������S.\  HI0N-01A9S 0U*9M������n9   I  ���������Garroenta of aU description  cleaned.  Have Your Clothes Cleaned  for Christmas.   Send your  orders early.  UK. twee, Itk I llli, Wom Fair. 584  Worbs, S29 tStk 4vi.. t, FMm fair. 674  ���������f  mu poucv  A Joke Nn,vy-  Typified by the Rainbow and Nibbe  By ARTHUR R'. FORD-...  Sjiecial Correspondent.  Laurier has announced    his naval. orahdum goes On to explain and to  policy. 4ie still clings to his idea of amplify.   These were, new facta.   Here  a Canadian navy.   Only, drivon by tho  arc a few random quotations from the  of patriotic    enthusiasm    with  memorandum and yet Sir Wilfrid says  wave  which the premier's proposals of a  week ago were received, lie is prepared to build a Canadian navy on a  broader and morn M,enorousv basis. In  office his Canadian navy was typified  by the Rainbow and the Niobe���������it was  a joke navy. Now he wants two lleet  unit* ou the Atlantic and the Pacific1  coasts. He wo,uld devote the ?:i5,000,-  fW0 the llorden- Government is prepared to vote for ������uper-Dreadnonghts  to the building of these units. Laurier  in office and Laurier in opposition are  .'vo n'to^ethor different propositions,  and the country will be prepared  ������. ; to .incise Laurier by his actions  Valuer -.ban by liis words.  Vote for Trimble for Ward VIII  f?ir Wilfrid made light of the mem-  ��������� >V!tT>d''m of tbe British Admiralty���������  'ho p-rc-pt^Ft. navnl authority in the  world. Their conclusions he rejected  and their.recommendations he spurned. He lightly declared that- there  was nothing new in the memorandum  from what was known and discussed  four years ago. Let us examine a  little this memorandum. One clause  reads: "In the spring of the present  year, the fifth German navy law was  assented to. by ihe Reichstag. The  main feature of that law is not the  fn<T"c=e 5n the new construction of  onr>i!:>I ships, though thot is import-' at  ''lit. but. rather, the increase in the  ���������-������������������rn<!n<T force of all Fbii-p of all classes  there are no new facts.  "Taking a general view, the effect  of the new law will be that nearly  four-fifths 0,!' the entire German navy  will be maintained iu full permanent  commission; that is to eay instantly  and constantly ready for war."   .  "The new law adds 15,000 officers  and men and makes a total in lf������20 of  10?,500. The new construction under  the law" prescribes the building of  three additional battleships " And so  the memorandum goes. And yet Sir  Wilfrid sees nothing new in it. And  to'suin up, here is what-the Admiralty  has to say in reply to the Premier's  ri"n r.-s������i for the most effective method  of aid; y  "The Prime Minister'of the Dominion, having enquired in what fprm any  immediate aid that Canada might give  would be most effective, we have no  hesitation in answering, after a prolonged consideration of all the circumstances, that it is desirable tbat said  aid should include the provision of a  certain numler of the largest and  strongest ships of war which science  can build or money supply."  *   &    *   *  FOR MAYOR  For Sato  A large lot, 50x132 ft,, in block 2000  Pender Street,  Eaat.        Price $3000.  Balance 6, 12, 18 months.     An excellent chance.      Enquire  * WESTERN CALL OFFICE  2408 Westminster Road  See Our  YOUR HEALTH?  depends upon the condition of your spine.    To,  ,   enjoy perfect health get  :   your Jipine adjusted ibyi  Ernest Shaw,  . (Ityptor of CWropmtttlc)  250 *22fi<l Avenue ������*J  (Close-to Mftln 8t)  Office Hours: 1 :S0 to **.    Consultation  free. ^ *  \  Try a " QAhh " ad.  h4''l''l''*p'^<'*l''>''^'l''l',**'>*i',*<****t**>^������*i| 't"**������t"i' ���������  FURNITURE  STORE  3334 Main St.  i  i Our sjtock of Furniture J  ��������� -- ��������� - *  +  t  *������*  +  +  *������*  +  *������������������  is Large, Modem  and  adapted to the tastes of  Buyers.  Dressers, Buffets, Tables  i Chairs,  Couches,   Mat-  j: tresses, Bedsteads,. etc.  A complete line of  t  Linoleums, Carpet Squares, etc.  X Drop in and- inspect our goods.  *  j. This is wheire v<>u get  a square  ?  * doa"  .���������...���������-���������..;.  M. II. COWAN "    %  :..t..:..;..;..;..:..;..*..;..*t.x������������*M'������'M' ���������!��������� ���������������  wlnv-h will be immediately available ai  all times of the- year."   This the mem-  And again the Admiralty says:  "The aid ~w-bich"Ca"n7Tda^co^lT^:iye  he present time is not to be measured   only  in   ships  or money.    Any  action on  the part of Canada to in  crease the power and mobility of the  (Continued on Page 5)  The cold water  KALSOMINE  in all colors and  shades  59c per 5-lb. pkg.  LEE & WOOD  Choice  ^  E T. Vsrnon's  Feed Store  2471 Westminster Road  Cor, Broadway        Mt. Pleasant  Poultry Supplies  of every description  1523 Broadway, W.   Phone Fair. 1520 V  Phone: Fair. 186  ��������� B  rf-t-a������.-jr.������-rT������-g*r_  T ^cti ' r.' ���������-_rf- ������a>v-1  7' '^y^yyyM^styy ���������y^sy^"''' THE WESTERN CALL.  l$b Heart gf Vancouver  em  BE SURE 1 REGISTER  Your Name and Address at " *'  FISHER'S DRUG STORE  If you would care to reqeive one of our Beautiful Art Calendars for  1913, which will be ready for distribution in December. -  FISHER'S -a} COR.'BROADWAY     ������  DRUG STORE   ��������������� *\ SCOTT ST. ]  ^maaaamaamaaamma*am*aaaaaaaamaaaaaaaaaaaammamaawam*aaaaammmammaaama  Mt. Pleasant Livery  A. F   McTAVISH, PROP  Phone Fairmont 845  Corner Broadway and Main  ::: Carriages at all hours day or night |  .< > " Hacks, Victoria*", IJtoujrb-tms, Surrey? and'Bingle                    v  '";; *  doggies, Express _nd Dray Wagon* for hire                        9  i furniture and Piano Moving  chief of the Canadian navy staff, dated  September  _0, 19J1.    Captain  Roper  ,%ays, in part  ."The only vesf*ls belonging"to~the  ���������ayal service ot Cinada up to the  present aie the two cruisers, the Kaii.-  bow and the Niobe, whilst four cruisers and six destroyers have been -authorized by parliament.  "Fo far bark aa August, 1910, it wa*  announced that these vessels would bd  built by contract and that tenders  would be shortly called for It is now  the last halt ot 1911 and the contract  has not \et been awarded.  "The conditions are that the first  cruiser Is to be delivered 1n< three  years fiom the date of signing the contract, w hilar the total of four ate to be  completed in six years from that date.  "On reference to the Admiralty return It is "found th*i* the Weymouth  type, cf ci uiaer which Is similar to the  tvpje ,to be built by Canada wan  launched in 1910 and is now ready to  be commissioned. The earliest that  the f*rst cruiser for Canada can be  expected, supposing the contract to lie  awarded without further delay, is the  latter^ part of 1914; in other -words,  this t\pe of vessel will be four years  old before it is completed, whilst the  last will I" seven vears old _ and rat������  Idly ap������roachln_ 'the stage of obsol-,  escence" I  A Canadian Free Library tor the Blind  Through the kindness of the press,  COMPETENT  CANDIDATE  C. E Matyon, aldermanic candidate  for Ward V:, was born in Paisley,  Bruce County, Ont., which place is well  known by many citizens of Vancouver.  Si\ years, ago he" came to "tbls city, a  Sir Wilfrid's Naval Policy  (Continued from Page 4)    /--*  Impei ial Navy, and thus widen the  margin of our common safety, would  be recognized everywhere as "a most  significant witness-' to the united  strength of the Empire and to the renewed resolve of the overseas Dominions to take their part in maintaining  its integrity.1'  Could language be plainer? \ Could  ,any honest and patriotic man in .the  tace of, such advice from the highest  authority in the empire dispute that  Premier Borden is doing the right  thing in proposing that Canada should  immediately aid the British fleet in a  substantial manner? The Laurier  policy  is a political    make-shift    de-J  signed to save net the British Empire,   problem bandied by this Library rebut the Liberal party.  *   ������   ���������  But the whole Laurier  odium v ; , ..-   Cr^'^Si^ta!  ���������ttbKrlpftoa*  ter   fix  months  nnntha  ^$\y<y%fr>:  ���������jFenta   per  '* ^____*i3������ _#  Chan-res of Ada, tfiiiit be in 1������j __������������������ ,. .���������_.������  ���������ay ���������*<������������������������������������ each w������p_ to lnsmi*"to^^]^'i&������  ton tn foUowin*- *ee*e. .->,,:   yy-1^ ^y,$B  Notlees  of   births, death* *M4 'Iter.!"  <*wrep Inserted free or cbanrtv  - t- y ���������-*���������  Church Notices  l       ___-_.   i>  Alert Adult Bible Caaa of Mo__-  tain View Methodist Charcb waaa'at, .*3<-f ?&&���������%���������  2.30 every Sunday.     Visitor* tW'tf 7?#i?l  *,* * **'*������'* **.***.*****.  made  dent.  weleome.     S. Johnston* prief>  young man of high and worthy ambl-j  tions.    Being possessed of an active  temperament,  business  ability, Intel- !  lectual acumen, quick perception and -  good judgment, he has been selected!  on many occasions to organize and lead [  moral, municipal and political bodies.  His success along thesa lines is now  a matter of local history.   Nature lavished on him the gifts of ready wit,  V'  s       -        *  1   e   ���������$"  ',y4  w  the Canadian Free Library for the j overflowing humor and a good working  Blind has already been enabled to vocabulary���������all of which have been  bring its work before the attention of|modified and disciplined by education  xm- sugcSs  <<  THE SCHOOL OF cmiTONTflSS  tbe public, but the verv nature ol* the an_ experience  Today he Is In the prime of life, full  of physical vigor, mental aptitude and  ._...������_._..-. ��������� .moral equilibria..���������a man   in   every  criticism of      "*" ' "  " "  the'Borden plan is on the assumption   ���������-������������������������". -.-*t---iiiii_ _��������� un- Mustence ui ajconyg..   f^ electors of Ward V, and  that the present proposal is a perma-  library for the blind situated on theithe pe^p|B of tWg c|ty ue to be co_.  nent and set policy.   DM Mr. Borden  otter  side  of  the  Dominion,  either ^^-^ fa im m.Mahon^ebu8y  has not propo8e4-any permanent pol- Ooebnot know, tor la apt to forget, that' egj���������ttato *ta9a*.'aat yielded to num*  ���������Joy���������he hat! made t_tit clear.   He baa 'ftf blind man or woman, Itfs ne-gbbet.lL^^g.-iiirftejjZ,.. ^  .     I.*_erely recognteed what ev**ryoue eh^ U ^Pendent upon that  library  fd^ S____T_S^_l_eS  *���������*���������_! this country _a8-receptee*, tnaf practically fhe/frhole _fHla Inteilec*'wSdvT^  Ithe Laurier policy at. beet was seme- 1fa*fiihOttrlshment, and be>Itber .gives  'thing which must _e for years useMNr Wot at all, or glvrag, /������!*���������** bar little.  %-t.tstmlg-tway for**et)l^    X  8om������ Fljfwree  -__i-  "mi- '."v  ���������w-<'������y*'y. "A  ite the public to call ������t our new pi-emisee in the  We wouW like you W4nap������ct our equi|������-  t ������pJen4W light ������?������4 ventilatwn we have;  to__B^ptudent������at work. "  jff you are inierested in Business Education, a visit to  us will convince you that this is the school for you to attend  The best is what you require.  E. SCOTT EATON, U. A., Principal  Cm, M������ln St & lOtb Ave,  3*HONE-; Fairmont 2075-y  VANCOUVER B.C,  a)dertt������lie' hKttOra' to j  av  ���������*4  AV  v_  y.  ��������� to Catiad'a   or tbe   empire. 'Bodten  f thinks it is tinteCanada did something  j effective and proposes   that   untU a  permanent policy Ib Worked out a eon-  jtribution fbould be made to the British  4 fleet so that if w_r comes witbin the  'next Ave years Canada can be in the  front of battle.   I-iurier had a policy  which was no good for the present,  ������hicb-dtd not recognize British unity  atid wHneli promised nothing for the.'  future,   Mr. Borden hasn't announced  hi* permanent policy, he has merely  struck _ big blow tor tbe British empire.   His policy will come later.  p   *   -*.  in view of the attitude of Sir W9-  frid and hia deterrataation to stand by  a Canadian navy it 1s interesting t*  note just  What the Liberals did da  while in power on the navy question.  Because by their deeds alone can you  judge them,    ft was In July aad August, 1909,- that the ���������iberai ministers  r*r++*k++**'ir****P'ir'9+'***+* .���������**r*****+<ee'*a**,*v*y**9**,i **������*H  For good values in ���������  REAL ESTATE ANP INVESTMENTS  *���������':���������'        ���������-''���������,..'��������� " ���������..������������������'  ���������.-���������������������������'"'    Call on  ? TRIMBLE   &  NORRIS  Cor. JBroadway and Westrninster Road  BUt a glance at the folldwing brief  -Ju^Wary of work done by the _,P.T���������B.  2wjl" convince any thinking reader that  a real and necessary task Ib being fulfilled. '       - ' "    ������"  The library wan Incorporated under  tb,e Ontarlb Patrlic Libraries;Act to*  ward/the cloee at J9Q6, on Nov. Sth of  which vear 81 volumes were in its pos-  se*slpn. On Nov. 1st, of the present  year, the number of volumes owned  had increased to 2X68, while, in addition, 959 pieces of music have been  purchased. For the year 1907 the circulation was ^96 volumes, while for  the first three-quarters of 1912 the  circulation waa 4643 books and pieces  of music. The total circulation for the  five years and a half, ending July 1st.  1912, was 17,952. -  . ��������� -\   ,.��������� .���������������������������"���������������������������.'  Clan anyone whbread_s these statis-i  - l_;the ev������jnt of lUa eleet^tt the *������er-  iotute)) ot the city eovneil wil! be-well  sustained and the iiiterests'ot VancOu;  yer wlil be Safeguarded b*/ one j**jho  Edward Adair the Versatile  Candidate  tn an interview with Edward  Adair, aldermanic candidate fori  honors In Ward r*our, our reporter gathered the following facts:  Mr. Adair was bora in limdeni . <���������  Ont.. where he was educated end  for twelve years was manager of  a large lumber company.   Twen-1  tynine years ago be," as timber  expert and hoBS, came to Britfeh  Columbia in company with Mr.'  MacKenzle (now Sir Wm.) who ''*,  was  then  engaged  In   bu-ifta** ���������  the  C.P.R.    At  that, time  Hr.  .Adair got large expe-tyftqe ;'in  bridge and road construction apd  afterwards built many miles of  roads and  mountain  trails for-  tbe Provincial Government' Later he conducted an extensive  business in lumber, and acquired  a practical knowledge of mining  and farming. '  In 1904 he came^to Vancouver.  but has been touring the co__*.  nent and Great Britain aa a lecturer. During this time he managed, a private. J**unigrat.on .bo*  reau and was the mesaa of bringing thousands of settlers to Brit*  ish Columbia from the United  States and the old countries.  * m _. _ T-l* -** *���������* without an*r ������mb*  sensrmted to he ] pensatton for the good > the  __*_,.__ *-���������     c-������Ui|**j/r .  .      \ ' ,  *>     <. *.  A-MMyg many benefs _fr. -4^_  /wu twice nomlnMad ft������r *r*wi^4������ - .-,.-,��������� ^ ,  1 lacWhonors,    y v   \ ,. ���������^4 ?$>v&$  a^ if el>f^ im.nos������lo -������    },%TM  y'  Ms prwen himself at oitce competent  and in every way trustworthy.  -.liSl;^,  AVOERMAN 6|EO. fdcSPADOfN.  impwe_>*-t*<t ������ bis <w***| *wr^  tbe pennaoent ^b-rteOt of iba  whole city.      ~- : #  Hill* W**������S^������WN>������������*t"������^������<MwS><HW_M*������g-'J.  is^������������*ewH#������peiM4������sM*������i_sn  ii������ *������*��������� e i m> I I'M iijM ������ ������ i"������m>n 11'i  parent, relative or friend of such, and.  i having done so, let him reach for his  ���������pen in haste, and write out a .liberal  cheque for the institution that would  bring   light   mtw     his   darkness   and    t  ���������������*!���������������*���������*>������������������. ���������������������������������������������������������������*������*.***1*������^^  Baxter is a Man of his word.  Baxter has had experience.  Baxter will make a good Mayyorp  conslted the Admiralty.   A united Em- j ^ ^ tJt,TtSlr",nesS OTt?" T,eces'  pire -Pacific fleet was propped, cW ������������������^P������.tbetJ.F.l_B?   Let every reader j  ada to supply one imit, Australia an-  | other, etc.. Canada's representatives.  | rejected this plan by insisting that her  force should  be divided  between  the  two oceans arid by declining to build  a complete unit, the essential battle  cruiser being omitted. Instead the  [{'Canadian government 'decided -upon.a  I force to consist exclusively  of unar-  mored  cruisers ami  destroyers'.   The  1 decision was for two ships of the  iKtol type and six destroyers on the  Atlantic and two Bristols on the Pacific.   These ships were to be .built. In |  Canada, if possible, and a naval esta'b- j  llshment  to support   them   was  to be  organized     Tbe l,auri<r    government  too\ its time about carry in.������? out this  proj-ranime.     It  had  to  procure    the  "Ward Four has bad the eAcient service of Alderman Qea. MeSpadden for  four years of the last six.  During thfai j  time Grandview hss changed from a  wilderness  to a city in itself.    8fx  years ago there w������_ no street car ser-'  vice, nor electric light, nor water. Now  tbere is excellent car accommodation,  extraordinary light service and water |  in abundance.    Then    sewers    were'  scarcely hoped for; today Grandview  is being threaded with sewers of modern    perfection.    At    that   time   the  streets" of today were unbroken foreBt,  or mere'.blazed  trails with  here and-^  tuere a-'mud ������rcad.  Aiderma- McSitaddcn used his office,!  his  influence  and. ability    to    bring  of this no'lce'^try to put himself  in!-wout tllese change* and .thus make  the position of a blind person.'or of the  ,ht? ���������"wilderness"' bud  and blossom as  his i������**-ctitfrkw^  ry  Walter f|. Hsmllton, tbs Candl-  Hats of Prtetlcai Ideas ���������   ,  -v Mr. Hamilton is an admirer of  wide awake public servants of  anyftarts and is greatly pleased  with Vancouver's representative, H. H. Stevens, whose wortt'  he follows closely. He bsiJi  from Bruce coun^r, Ont^ spent ���������  twelve yeara ln Northern British  Columbia and the Yukon. He  has been In Vancouver Ave years  and Is a prominent business van  and has always taken a live interest in civic matters and pub.  lie affairs. He is a man of ideas  and knows what he believes  9  **>**.*������ *���������*������* *.* >i*.i������i>h������ * * ������ *i ���������������*>*>  '   ��������� . ������������������"��������� ���������____��������� ,  :    ^  /  t} T'nal  5 i Brist  the rose." 7  He   has   served    __i  almost   every  committee  in  the  council.    He  was  chairman   of the   bridge  ^committee  when the Granville and Westminster  {cheerfulness Into his gloom. '��������� l.et.-him j Avonue  bri.lges  were built.  -He  was  also send  the  name  and  address  of;one year-chairman-of the water com-  any blind person not now enjoying the; mittee and is now the chairman of the  "benefits of the Library, to tbe Secre.--~nne-a_cm '.committee, Previous'to his  tary, 3. C. Swift, M.A., s AVashington ' election to the Council he wag for six  Ave.,'Tcronto, Out.   All cheques should ' J^ars building inspector aud assessor.  be made payable to the Canadirn Free! ���������������������������'P11'- J'c������'������ aso |,e built his beautiful  Library  for the Blind,  nnd  'orwarded! "e������������dence  at   I^T ^Commercial  Drive,  to the Treasurer.  R.   W   Herni'.n. :I7   wlwre  !,e  an(i   his'   lil,l,ilv  enjoy-life  Bamnrto. St., Toronto, Ont.  -  The Hoard of .ManugenienL,gratefu.-  ly thanks the public for past aid. and  ships, but was exceedhirrly leisurely asks that Jt bfe I**������reasingly -repeated,  in  callinu: for the tenders, an<i, as a  For Sale  White Le<rhorns  Hens, Pullets, Cockerels  Unexcelled in B.  C.  for Size,  Color or  . ..  '      -   Breeding Qualities.  ,   MUST SELL TO MAKE ROOM.  Enquire 2408 Westminster Hoad or 1710 Gran! Street  PHONE Fairmont 1140 or Highland 343  matter of fact, never awarded the con-  ���������������\ncts f.f al'. Even had fbe contracts  en ������������������.���������warded at, ence, friere wou'd  been no visible navy for years,  is the government was figuring on six  vears to Imild them, whicb could bring  Canada do-svn to the year 1017.  !     Here,   then,  in   brief  was    the   old  i Laurier naval policy:  |     i. ' It was not what the T'.rifish Arl-  I miralty asked for, then or now.  |     2.    The force which it was planned  j to prc.vide would have had no serious  ! "fighting p*ower.  j 3. Thn ships would have been d*-*  j Tided so that on neither oee^n would  i there be an effective fighting force. -.'  I -1. The ships would have taken-so  ; Jont? *o liiiild that they would be al-  , ipost out of date when comjileted.  i Hon. J. D. Hazen. Minister of Mar-  jine and Finheries, read to rhe house  ; an intevesfing document which threw  : t"0-r1<i inferrsfi'n? tvj.ht on the1 Laurier  ' nr?vv and the T.aurier metborb;. It was  a.  memorandum   of    Captain    Roper,  where he and biH family enjoy  anu the respect of their many  quaintanees.  ac-  -M*^***I**;������*5*������>*;������*X**>*s~4**.*.>������i*+.j..j**;..>.;-j*������W  I D. E. BUZZA i  Raising Babies By Electricity.  Raising babies under the influent"?  of electricity is the w^c;"e plan ;)yo-  posed t������y T. Thorne Balier an electrical j i  expert connected with the London j %.  Daily Mirror. Mr. Baker has made J  several successful experiments in rais-1 ���������$���������  ing chickens by such a process, and he. |  believes the tame principles can tei i  applied to babies. j |-  "No kind of food seems to do son el :  weakly babies any good*" says Mr. j 1  Baker. "I propose to use an electrical-1 \  ly charged'cot in vvhich the baby is'?  put to sleep for about twenty/ minutes ! V  at a time." . ' -���������'  Aldermanic Candidate Ward Seven  ���������*  Is a resident of \'w (ftetrict, bas  been presuient of-'he Ratepayers  Associat.ou for two years.  in the city Mr. Buzza has bf<.-n  and is in very close connection  with the Christian Endeavor Association, giving a very creditable  account of himself wherever  placed  This is one candidate who is  planning to gh'e himself and all  his t;me to working- for the interests of Ward Seven.  Candidate Ruzzu has been un*  animousiy endorsed by South  Wf.rd VM Ratepayers Association an-..' Good Governrnt-nt  !.e;ipiT<  Full line of  Hall Papers  FVomScup.  Stanley & Co.  Contracting P_Bcfhan_iT*  2317 Main Street  Phone Fairmont 998  ���������ASr_ REOISTST ACT  *    FN-   7,nt   13.   HlCck   '!'.   I'.t..   If-';.   'Jr"!'p  1,  Xcnv  \Vf;--'t!nin?ti r Distrk't:     VClu-rea's  I'l'niif   r-r   lo-������   Oi'   'V'Ttific^t,.   ul'   Tilif   \;>.  1'lOli- f'C'i- ;n undj". idf-'d !ialf int<T'"-t in  <i|fi ;ilm-.'i> iTjfntionefl 'ironc't?'. i :"',:fl in  *!io rami' 'if T^mv .'.. Vnm. >V"s !'fcn <\\.-r\  in t'!ii- of'it'e. notice i> liercliy pi von t!iat  T ^li:!'' ;tt 1)\(? evtii^r'tl; ii <:" ������������������: " ;-���������;������������������������������������������.* >i  'mm Cn.' riiiN> of t' ������������������ fii'-i i>'..-:.I: ���������-<!:��������� ������������������  ������������������Pi--,\r i-iif. a (lnr'Scat'.- o* --v.rh <"<-rli'"<-  iif.. ,,r TiiJ������ iinif-'-- jri ii:i- tiif-antirjie  -���������;il''1 rl'V-.ftion !-o ina''i> to mo in -ivrUi-r  *.'Tte' nt f'O T,:tn'l Ur^-i-t-v fvirr. nt  TV-pr ���������   r   this   ISth   <l:r-     <^T  V>oit'ir,h,-r.  a.d. vr.-i.  Bulbs! Bulbs!  FOR SALE  A fine lot to choose from, all in  prime condition.  Sixty varieties to select from.  Now is the time to buy for Fall planting to give good results for next  spring.  KEELER'S NURSERY  Cor. 15th Ave. -5: Main St  F'HOXK : Fairmont S17  LODGES  .vrthtji:  SMITH.  trrn r.r  J   \x  T(,,...  ,.:tt otiDEE or  "���������ETjT.O'VS  odd-  -:  MT.  PLEASANT  NURSING HOME  Mater:;;/   Cases  a  Specialty.  Hest of Care Gun-anteed.  MRS.  ���������'AROMAS',  MATRON.  855  i-ievtnth /venue, E. 1 ������  THE WESTERN CALL  Vote for  T. S. BAXTER  for  MAYOR  for the  Coming Year  _.  \  iR-tcacM*  Por CONFIDENTIAL IN*  VBSTtOATlONS you want  a roan of integrity, exper*  btncaandfeWlity. That man  ia Johi-ton; aecNey mar*  ante**. VMopxeM Tht  _ecrtt S���������~ie������ Buraau.  919 Pander  The Queen Tea Booms  6*8 Qranvllle Street  Luncheon and Afternoon  Teas a Specialty  Prosperous Land.  Since direct control was first exercised ln Malava by the British Government���������in 1874���������these States have made  great strides in prosperity, and represent a commercial asset in the Empire  of no mean worth. The Federated  States now consist of the British Protectorates of Perak, Selangor, Pahang,  arid the Negri Sembllan. ,  The first British resident of Perak  ���������Mr. J. W. Birch���������was assassinated  soon after going there, and one outcome of this outrage was a further establishment of.British authority ln the  Malay peninsular.  There are over 2.000 miles of excel-  ent roads throughout the States, and  more than 700 miles of railways. A  new railway Is being constructed  through Pahang and'the adjoining independent State of Kelantan to Join up  with the Siamese railway system on  the northern frontier.  Nowhere has the plantation 'rubber  Industry obtained such a strong hold  as in, the Federated Malay States. The  quantity of rubber exported in 1911 was  nearly 2S.000.000 pounds, of a value of  about 130,000,000. Last year the revenue amounted to 120,000,000 and the  expenditure to about $15,000,000, It is  one of the few countries without a' national debt.  FOR SALE  2 new 5*room Bungalows with all conveniences.      Lots, 36 by 132 feet.  6 minutes from car terminus.   For prices and terms apply to  REAL ESTATE        NOTARY PUBLIC  firudrlew Car Train*, Mir Cettefi  6E8. A. STEVENS  i 'i&Ct..  q.";\ -.     4  ��������� ^ ���������*  I'r  V i  \?~\  -  .  is  i*,r*  it   -   w I  &  Bitulithic Paving  This scientific paving composition combines  in the greatest degree the qualities of  DURABILITY,   ECONOMY,   NOISELESSNESS,  NON-SLIPPERINESS, RESILIENCY OR  ELASTICITY,   SANITARINESS       .      v  It has won the highest favor with drivers  ��������� of horses and automobiles. It has been  Studied closely by municipal engineers all  over the continent, and has been adopted  by fifteen .cities in Canada and over two .  hundred in the United States.  COWMWA WTUMTWC, UP.  W GRANVILLE STREET, VANCOUVER  0 XCqr. QtmnvlJkf ami Fender).  FJnoqe Seymoitf 7130  > >  Office, Vatncouver Block, Granville Street  A. M- PEATTJE  Auctioneer, Appraiser and Notary Public for British Columbia  v.     General J&U gatate. Mining Broker. Financial Agent  >-/���������;  HIMcreat'i Uniier in New  0oots9 Sfioes and Repairs       t  333Q W*tii Street     Cor. i������t|i Ave.  MMMIMMIH >   HMIMIMIIIIMM**���������������������������������?'  Usb Stave laKe Power  Those Industries ^re Better  In ultimate results which use our electric  power service. The factories or office buildings which operate private power plants are  under a big expense for maintenance. A  trifling accident may disorganize their whole  ) svstem ���������more serious disturbance, with  attendant heavy losses involved, are not  preventable. Stave Lake Power is undeniably cheaper and more reliable than private plant operation. See us for particulars  and rates. '  \ Western Canada Power  LIMITED  :  Pbooei Seymour 4770      6O3-6IO Carter-Cotton Bldg. '���������[  P. O. BOX 1418, VANCOUVER, B. C.  ������^.���������_.���������!��������� ���������_��������� .!��������� ���������_��������� ������������������������ -t'���������_��������� ���������-��������� ���������!��������� ���������!��������� -��������� -1"1'-t -t 1 1 H II *���������*   +***4-***4>********** *���������* I'fl I I *4  <*���������  STERLING CAFE  THE SANITARY EATING HOUSE  Save I    Mea-   Tickets,   regular   price   $4.25,  50c... J    now -"educed to 3.75 ��������� to everybody  Place: 625 MAIN ST,  Prop., S. KUBOTA  CITY  NewCara for B. C* E. R.  Five of the new cars of the B. C. E.  Railway Company for use *n the city  have arrived. They axe already par*  tially equipped. and they will be placed  In service in tbe courBe>of the next few  days. Twenty of tbe other cars ordered are on tbe way, and We balance will  be shipped from the/builders at an  early date.      ^ '  HIE CHRISTMAS TREE.  1        -*   ������       -***-^  *    -������������     -  1 -        -  Where the Old Country Gets Us Great Supply of  Christmas Trees Every Year.  To tell the truth, we do not trouble  W7 much about tbe matter. Father  bought it somewhere, and while we  were asleep���������or pretending to be���������  loving hands covered lt with candles,  and bags of sweets and toys and dolls  and little flags, and made it shihe and  sparkle Ilk. the King's crown; But  when we stand before It and clap ������W  bands and cry "O-o-o-ohr we do not,  as a Tide, stop to bother at to how lt  Is there comes io be such a thing as  a Christmas tree at all.  As a matter of fact, a good many  Older people havo tried to, find out  where the Christmas tree came from,'  but nobody e/ems to be <*u*te certain  yet as to how. many years ago the  mod old custom was started, y /  F. Some learned mat, have told oo that,  it came from ancient Vgypt "Thar  ���������ay that at certain whiter festivities  ithe Egyptians used a sUp of a palm  .tree with twelve Jjuwte on It, tbls. ot  oourse, representing tha f*m wtt&it*  twelve months. -I do oot think." tow-  ever, that our Christmas tree bar anything to do with that twelve*booted  slip of palm* It Is more probabt^thlit  it is to be traced back *hm1k\Wm  customs of-tho country wbicb favo It  to ji*H--3e-*iuanrV   - >.      t     :  .. Far ewejvbeck to tbe ,bt*w--*wno#  upon a tiauf' o# tho fairytale* say���������  the People called Teutons believed tO  klods at things about ������ mystte ������sh  tree wltb tbo coriousiMliao TgfdrasO.  Tbis. wltb Its roots and branehetv  they thought, united tho wort* of the  living and the worW of *M9J*mWt.**mim  branches of tbls tree, tbey supposed,  bore gifts for men to tato. There yoo  have the Idea which most probably lod  to the custom of havtaf once a yoar a  tree laden with pnweofr. ���������  When tho custom really itarted |ott  at we see It in our homes to-day to  doobtful. but tho people In tho ancient  city of Btrasburg are proud of tbe  fact that mora than three hundred  years ago they Introdnced it Tbo  Christmas tree does not seem to bave  been mentioned In any book nntll tho  year-MOB, whan aa unknown writer  called attention to tbo now custom at  Btrasburg. In those days, bowsver,  the Church did not approve of the  Christmas tree���������I expect because It  was of heathen origin���������and we are  told that a preacher named Professor  Dannhauer, of- Btrasburg Cathedral,  spoke very strongly against it  Well,   the  Christmas tree became  very popular Indeed In Germany, but  you may be surprised to know that lt  Is only about seventy years since It  was taken to England. When Victoria  the Good married Prince Albert In  1840, many new German customs were  introduced into the old country, and  the Christmas tree was one of them.  At Windsor Castle In 1846 there was  a buge'vtree forty feet high, which was  laden with presents said to be worth  no less than $46.0001 That was something like a tree wasn't It?���������bnt I do  not suppose lt gave a bit more pleasure than the little tree you see In a  poor man's' cottage window.  Since then the Christmas tree hm*\  been a prominent feature of the  Christmas festivities of the Royal  family. Queen Victoria enoourafeo  tbo oostom.  In. Germany at Christmas time  every boose has Its tree, mad tbo trade  In fir trees in every German town II  enormous. In London something libs  70,000 trees of various sines are sold  at Coveot Garden.  CHRISTMAS RECftS  t  i -4. '   -*  Celery tot-p  Infredlente���������One quart of broth, %  flat milk. * bsads ol celery. 1 Mkfft  Spanish onion, t ots. butter, pepper  end salt I lableepoonfol of'cream,  Metto4--Tbe broth most be white,  made from veal bones or from boWo|  ��������� fowl. Take tbe w_it# perl of the  celery, see tbit it Is* qulto fret trom  nit. cut it Into small pieces, end sllot  tne onion*  Pot tbt butter Into a stowMn, %m\  tbe celery and sHced onion, let %)*m  oook for a low mlnntso, bnt bo careful tbat tbey do not brown at all.  Now add tbe broth, end t food seasoning of pepper and salt, and simmer  aJltofetber until tbe vegetables ������m  quite soft Rob through a Steve oo4  return tr to tbt trteww^-oltb tb������  milk, to wweb bas been sdded ���������Jms*  sert������pooatul of cornflour, stir onttt tt  b������������ boiled for a few minutes, end Just  before terrlnf add the mm. _*������***���������  very hot bnt do not \*X tt boll after  tbe ereem bas been sdde4. .or tbt ������f>  peerance of the soup wlU be spotted.  "       __-_-__���������_������������������������������       '  Minoed Turkey  Tbe trimmings of a larfs *****  wtU mabe e deilcto^mtBea. Teeaeb  pound of mlnood turbey allow 1 oa. et  finely chopped bam and tbe tmmt  quantity of onion. Fry la a Uttle  clarified drtppiag flttj} o* of 9mn  sprinkled over. To tbls add H plat  of stock made from tbe boost; seeson  wltb salt and pepper and. If Ubtd. a  dteb ot lemon Juice. Tbt mteat mur  be terved elmply garnished wttb  oroutons (little pieces of fried bread),  with or without poached cfgs. It mar  also be used as a tilling for patty  cases or allowed to get cold; It ean be  shaped Into cutlets, rolled in egg end  breadcrumbs, and fried, or is a dtll*  clous stuffing for grilled rolls of be*  oon.  Stsmps fer Charitable Purposes.  Tbe post office inspector wiahes. the  press to make as widely known as pos* j  Bible the fact that it is against the  rules of the post office to receive and  handle letters which bear on th. front  stamps Bold for charitable purposes.  ���������Such as the Anti-Tubercular crusade,  -fetters bearing these stamps are placed on the side pther than that which  carries the address.  Indian  Princess  8e������ks  Husband.  Goldenstar, an Indian princess of the  Canadian plains, would marry a Western man. She has made known her  willingness to enter the matrimonial  bonds with some suitable man of the  Pacific Coast, by writing to Postmaster  MacPherson of the Vanco-ver' Post  Office. The postmaster's secretary has'  her address, and will give lt any suit*]  able prospective suitor She has sent  a photograph taken*of herself In In]  dian costume, and her brother. The  picture, shows her to be beautiful, and  her brother-Is a handsome specimen of  the plains Indian. She says she does  not like the young men around her  home and thinks she would'prefer life  in the Western country.  Clvtc Grant of $300 for Mr. Jr. H. Sinclair. .-  The bravery of Mr. J. H. Sinclair ln  causing the arrest of tbe hotd*up man,  George Wilson, was recognised by the  finance committee of the city council  On Friday night when they unanimously  decided to mako Mr. SIhctefr a grant  Of 1300. A resolution to this affect was  proposed by Aid. Crowe and lt waa  also decided tbat tbe etty pay alt Mr.  Sinclair's expenses until he I* able to  return to work. >.-'-'"  CM COTTAGE  e  CEDAR COTTAGE PRESBYTERIAN  CHURCH  Rev. J. C. Madill, Pastor.  Services-11 a.m.,' 7:30 p.m:  lUOOaljn. ��������� "The Greatness of Hu-  ^���������a^jfifc*.**  7.a&*Km.. - "Does God  Have Fair  Play?*'  - Cedar Cottage.and Vicinity  Bord������r Tailor, Cedar Cottaga, v  Bell Theatre, Coll. E.  Cedar Cottage Fuel Supply, Cedar Cot  Fawor, 8., Cedar Cottage.  F������aser Ave. Bldrs. Supply, 4122 Fraser  -.Ave. ������������������'���������; .'_���������+.. y.-y-;,  Mills ft Hooker, W: Burnaby.  Page's Grocery, 24th and Knight Rd.  Phipps, Grant, Central Park.  Rowantree Bakery, Central Park..  8tevens, Geo. A., Cedar Cottage.  Srigley, H.; Coll. E. ,  So. Hill Grocery, 45th and Fraser Ave.  So. Hill Shoe Store, 47th and Fraser  Ave,;.  U. 8. Ambassador to Britain Dead  London, Dec. 15.���������hltelaw Reld, United States ambassador to Great Britain  since 1905, died in his London residence, Dorchester house, shortly at*  ter noon today, from pulmonary oedema.  ���������~���������~-*mm******>������������������*-*-mmmm^^mm  Phrenology  OURS. YOUMB  etama Prmotioal AtMoa  On Business Adaptation, Health and'i  Hapfdness  DOS GranviUe Btreet, Corner  Hours: 10a. m. tot p. m  # I l������������M ItSStiSOit ������>*i0������M I ��������� ������l>| M I i > I >f M Ml I MM ******  ��������� h  ���������L      > V . -������  'l   -L  i   <���������  -~   k T   ,l*i >  " et ������  - i. .  .        ���������������  i Ij1  * r'y  7****,   *   ���������-*������v-***i  ; - Mr* ^P* Wmk i* a mididmU ^������r  (Oderiiw^^^owfi/tn tha Fifth W&$*  Knowing him p9r$onaUyr we feet aire  that* with his pmomlity and tztmtiv*  ability, h9}wi& make 0 very apprembU  Oditiwn Utlh* Aldermanic Board. Yeur  vote and influence will be well placed it  used to eleet.'4fr, Black.  ���������)*4******4****************0*******1**********)W*i***  **********<i* 1************'.04*4*4*** ********>*>********)<  ICE. MAHON,  Consenting to raany solicitation^ presents bimr  ; self as Candidate for Election as Alderman in Wari)  " Five.  Electors are invited to study his fitness for the  :: office and follow their convictions as to his election. ;  inilttimiHllMMIIII SOI 11 ill M 11II Ml ������S lllll Mt  ���������aueage end Chestnut DreeeHif  Boll forty chestnuts, snd wben oook*  ed remove the outer and huier skins.  Put them in a mortar and pound.  Add 1 lb. of sausage (free from skin),  and, if liked, the turkey liver chopped.  Mix all together thoroughly and sea-  eon wttb pepper and salt  SOME CHRI8TMAS BOXES  WARD VIII  Your INFLUENCE and  VOTE are Respectfully  Solicited by  Frank Trimble  As Aldermanic Candidate for Ward Eight  Boy Yoar Christmas and New Year's Presents  ��������� From -������������������.  CHRISTIAN LITERATURE DEPOT LTD.  1175 Granville Street"  Cards, Mottoes and Devotional Books.  Largest Stock of Bibles in Western Canada.  Everything at Close Cut Rates. < *  -  THE WESTERN CALL. '  -> y.f^\  ���������* -   i*.*-;,  LAND   NOTICES  ���������*rA_reo****x������, b. c, xajto s-smsea.  ������.strict of Coast Bnfti ������������������������������ -*���������  Take notice that I. Alfred Barker, of  Vancouver, B. C, occupation, plumber,  Intend to apply for permission to purchase the followins described lands:���������  Commencing at a post planted about  ��������� fourteen miles in a northerly diretion  from the north-west corner of survey  Lot Number thirty-nine (39), and on tne  east side of the Kle-na-Klene River;  <thence north elthy chains; thence weat  eighty chains; 'thence south eighty  chains; thence east eighty chains -to the  point of commencement.  ALFRED BARKER.  Per Chas. McHardy, agent.  Dated November 18th, 1912.  -**r_aroo*9T_a, a. a, *b__n������ ������:  SMsteiot of Ooast Banc*, me. S.  Take notice that 1, John A. Catterall,  of Vancouver, B. C, occupation, clerk,  intend to apply for permission to purchase the following described lends*���������  Commencing at a post planted about  fourteen miles in a northerly direction  from the north-west corner of aurvey  '.Lot Number thirty-nine (39). and on  the east Bide of the Kle-na-Klene River:  thence south eighty chains; thence .west  eighty chains; tnence north eighty  chalna; thence east eighty chains ,to the  point of commencement '  JOHN A. CATTERALL.  Per Chas. McHardy, scent  ���������Dated November ISth, 19X8.  *w__rco**v_*, a. a, __-rt> axataxam.  -Msteiet of Ooast Beage, Bo. 8.  Take notice that I, Samuel C. Corn-  <***aU, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation accountant, intend to apply for permission to purchase the following described  lands,���������  Commencing at a post planted -about  six miles in a northerly direction from  the north-west corner of survey Lot  number thirty-nine (39). and on the east  side of the Kle-na-Klene River; thence  noeth eighty chains; thence west *-**hty  chatns; thence south eighty chains*  thence east eighty chains to the point  of commencement  SAMUEL C. CORNWALL.  '. Per Chas. McHardy, agent.  Dated November 16th, 1912.  ^-BOOtnrzB, b. c ___n> b_stbio9*.  District of Ooaat Bang*, Bo. a.  Take notice  that  I.  Prank  R.   Cornwall, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation accountant, intend to apply for permission  - ��������� - -    following   * "���������-"  to   purchase "the   following "described  land*:-- - m  Conimcncing at a post planted six  miles in a northerly direction from the  north- welt corner of survey Lot number  thirty-nine (89). and on the east aide of  the Kle-na-Klene River; thence south  eighty chatns; thence >we<������t eighty chains  ' "Hence north eighty chains; thence >ee_L  ighty chains to the point of commence*  lent.  FRANK et CORNWAM*  P#r Chas. McHardy, -gent  Dated November ISth, 10U.,  thenee east eighty chains >to the point of  commencement. __.....  ALFRED  WILLIAMS.  Per Chas. McHardy, agent  Dated November 19th, 1912.  v_jroo*cn*_m, b. o., ___n> maraxor.  Statelet of Ooast Bang*, Bo. a.  Take notice that 1, James McCreath,  of Vancouver, B, C. occupation mercantile ageht, Intend to apply for permission to purchase the following described  lands:���������  Commencing at a poat planted about  eight mlltJH in a northerly direction from  the north-west corner of survey Lot  number thirty-nine (89), and on the east  side of the Kle-na-Klene River; thence  north eighty chains; thence west eighty  chains; thence south eighty chains:  thence east eighty chalna to the point of  commencement. _  . _._  JAMES McCRBATH.  Per Chas. McHardy, agent  Dated November 19th, 1912.  ���������_j-ootr**BB, a. ol, _-jn> mtarmtmt.  Mstrtot of Ocas* Baage. Be. a.  Take notice that I, David Chessman,  of Vancouver. B. <*.. occupation clerk.  Intend to apply for permission to purchase the following described landa:���������  Commencing at a post planted about  ten miles in,a northerly direction from  the north-west corner of survey Lot  number thirty-nine (89), and on the east  side of the Kie-na-Klene River; thence  south eighty chains; thence west eighty  chains; thence north eighty chains;  tnence ea������t eighty chains to the point  of commencement.  DA-VID   CHESSMAN*.  Per Chas.  McHardy, agent  Dated November 19th, 1912.  Y-XrOOVTBB, B. O.,  District ef Ooast Baaga, Be. a.  Take notice that I, John N. CDris-  coll, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation  merchant, intend to apply for permission to purchase tha following described  lands:���������  Commencing at a post planted about  t<>n miles In a northerly direction from  the north-west corner of survey Lot  number thirty-nine (39), and on the east  side of the Kle-na-Klene River; thence  eighty chains north; thence eighty  chains west, thence eighty chains south;  thence eighty chains east to the point  of commencement.  JOHN N. ODRISCOLL.  Per Chas. McHardy, agent  Dated Noveulber 19th, 1912.  twelve miles tn a northerly direction  from the north-west corner of survey  Lot number thirty-nine (39). and on the  east side of the Kle-na-Klene River;  thence north eighty chains; thence west  eighty chains; ..thence south eighty  chains; thence east eighty chains to the  point of commencement, *" ������,  ROBIN D.  ROSS.  Per Chas. McHardy, agent  Dated November 18th. 1912.  TABootrraa. a. a, -__ro nnrnuo*.  Ustrict of Ooast Bangs, Bo. ft.  Take notice that I, Frank Buckley,  of Vancouver, B. C, occupation ���������������;���������������������**  intend to app-y for permission to purchase the followins described lands:���������  Commencing at a post planted about  twelve miles in a northerly direction  from the  north-west corner  of survey  Lot number thirty-nine (39), and on the  *   the  Kle-na-K  eighty chains;     eighty   chains;     thence,  south    eighty  east  side  of  thence north  Kle-na-Klene River;  chains; thence, east  chains; thence west eighty chains to the  point of commencement.  FRANK  BUCKLEY.  Per Chas. McHardy, agent. ,  Dated November 18th, 1912.  AN OlD-FAStHONEO  j:     CHRISTMAS MMR  _���������������������������������������������_______a  What Washington prvlng 8aw���������Fine  Description of the Old-Time *  I , feast ef Yutetide  No better description ot the old*  fashioned Christmas dinner has been  penned than that of Washington Irving:  The dinner was served, he says, ttf*  In the great hall, where the Soulre  always1 held hla, ChrtsUnas banaoet'  4.* Ma-dag. crackling'tiro of logs bad  been heaped on to warm the spacious  apartment, and tiie flatnee went spark*  Ibig aad wreeqtingl np t_b wt4e*  mbuthed chimney. Tbe great picture  of the Crusader an������ hla white borae  bad been profttttly decorated wttb  greens for the otomatoni aftdJbo-j  and Ivy had Ukewtee been wreathed  round the helmet ind weapons on the  opposite wall, wfe}oh I understood  were tbe arms of the same warrior.  A sideboard was set out on whicb th_  display of plate nflght hfcv* vied (at  Highest Grade Cutlery p;.1^^  *An immense stock, bearing toe brands of Ge-K_M v       y~y y  Joseph Rogers, IX. L..Boker and flutter  <y;yyM  ^i*y.M$  No inferior goods aro allowed to enter our.  stock/  TAB0O1TTBB, B. ft, ___TO Sn****_XO***.  Mstrtot of Ooast Baage, Bo, a.       j  Take notice that I, James T. Lee, of   least In variety1 with0Belsh_lsar*S 0_r*  Vancouver.  B.  C.  occupation  surveyor, I vomm''lu wmnm*  w"������* ���������-"���������J*****"*"*** ��������� i**"-  intetad to apply for permission  to pu  chase the following described lands:���������  Commencing at a post planted about   k__j__ ������ mnA ������._-__ ,������_������ --- ^ ���������*_���������.  twelve   miles  In   a  northerly  direction   Dast_B,'"^and ewers, the gorgeous upsn-  from  the north-west corner of survey, slls Of jgood companionship that bad  intetad to"apply^fO*^perm_Vlon������To*1p������^ vessels  pt   tbO   temple;  'flagops, cfms, cups peakera, foblets,  LoXnumberYhirty-nihe' Vss^iind on the ��������� gmduaif^ accumulated. through many  i;  eighty    chains;-   thence    north    eighty  "   '      " >i������   ���������4B*vPWWV mam*a9* aam mae^ ajaaaamam    ^  *\9\**9P**\\m^99 w/w  w*aajww *a*am9**9^9a **J*** *w**  jMp* settee that I. Alt**_d ,WT  Pf VWcouver. 9- C- oectmctton  ataneTto apply for -mmUtnon 1  north*wast-oo  im\m thirty-nine  We.of.the X  TOffe  ier of 'eurve/ Lot  .��������� JS-). end. on tha-eMt  _le*ne*H3ene River; ^eaee  . eheinsRbenaeweet ftobtr  lence   north, eighty   chains;  TABOOOT-B, m- O,  BUrtatet ef Ooast Baage, Be. a  Take' notice that I, 8amuel Flack, of  Vancouver. _. C, occupation broker. Intend 'to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands.--;  Commencing at a post planted' about  twelve miles In a northerly direction  from the north-west 'corner of survey  Lot number thirty-nine (89), and. **a the  east side of the Kie-na-KIetoe River:  thence south eighty chains; thenee west  eighty chains; thence north eighty  ehsinat_t|Neee east eighty chain* to the  point ot cenunencemeat. -���������    .  *,\ i* -.-������������������������-������.   BAMUKL FLACK.  9*x Chaa. MoH**_r������ sgeat .  ������)ated Novenlber lttn. 1918.  ,     -    ;  ��������� M ^_���������___      i  ^*Vftm/*vr**9r* *^Lek*%999 m*m9mww>  w-Wrw*wwP *aJ9 ***WPrw   m9wa*}0Wt}  m9*9%~  9**e  Teke notice ttiet I, Robin P. Bess,  of x ^cwm a. C., occupation wti*  ea������t  side  of   the  Kle-na-Klene   River;  thence south eighty chains; thence east   .....      a;     thence    north    eighty  chains; thence west eighty chains to the  point of commencement  JAMES  T.   LEE.  Per* Chas. McHardy, agent.  Dateu November 18th, 1912.  Y-BOOtrTBB, B. O, -ABB B*_t****UC������.  MstrJet of Coast Baage, Bo. S.  lake notice that I, Thomas M. Carter,  of Vancouver, B. C, occupation merchant, intend to apply for permission tn  purchase the following described land.*'  Commencing at a post planted about  fourteen miles in a northerly direction  from the north-west corner of survey  Lot number thirty-nine (39), and on the  cast side of the Kle-na-Klene River;  thence south eighty chains; thence east  eighty chains; thence north eighty  chains; thence west/eighty attains to the  point of commencement.  THOMA8 M. CARTER.  Per Chas. McHardy, agent  Dated November 18th, 1918.  Y__kKMT**BB, B. OL, -ABB BUHBIOT.  Metdoeef Oo_tt Baa**, Bo. a  ..Take notice that I. loeenh Clarke,'o^  Vancouver, B. C_ occnOetfnv _wwhaat,  Covtinencia** at ajwia*' -*-���������*"-* -���������������*-*������^  courtoen mttea in a-7sor  tneac* north eighty ehettw^ ������������i-~ar*___.v>,  ^ghty   chaimt;    theneeM  ohalirs; thenee we"t etghty ������J  point of commeaeement  JOSEPH CLARK*.  *Pee Chas. lie^erdr* egent.  Dated Nerember Uth? Jftlr- i--   8S-11-H--SI-1-I9  generations .of  Jovial  housekeepers.  Before these stood the two yule candles, beaming like two stars of tbe  first magnitude; other light* were distributed in branches, and tbe whole  array glittered" Ilka a firmament, ot  silver.  |    The parson said grace, which was  not a short familiar bne. each ai Is  1 commonly addressed to tho Deity In  these unceremonious days, but a long,  courtly, well-worded one of the ancient school.  There was now a pause,  as lf something were expected, when  suddenly the butler entered the hall  with some degree of bustle; he was  attended by a servant on each side  with ,a large wax light, and bore a  silver, dish on which was an enormous  ' pig's .head, decorated wltb rosemary,  I with a lemon In Its mouth, which was  ] placed with great formality -at tbo  i bead ot the table.  I    The table waa literally loaded wttb  ,f6������4 ."cheer, and presented an epitome  of eonntry abundance In tbla  TISDALLS LIMITED .  ,  9*9.999 Haathega Strmmi, Wmat ymmommmm^ _fc^H_^-^;-;:v  ' A        i  /_5'*l      ���������**-*���������������������������  ;#,r-<i?_. 'JA  ***** 1 11 M ������*���������*���������! 11 HIHHfHQI 1 ��������� I MM 1*1 HIII111III ���������������������  BUY YOUR    f  XMAS GIFTS1  At G. G. Bigger-a  MONEY  RAISING  SALE f  Of Diamonds, Jewelry, Cat Glass ^  Watches, Silverware, ete,  Bona fide and reliable reductions..  Buy now and save money.  IT IS A PLEASURE TO SHOW YOU ROUND     "'  143  Geo. Q. Bigger  Jeweller and Diaiionq IfOTCHANT .   .  Hastings Street* WK  +Ometllslo*owsoollliisMI ^  -.1 ���������  *  %&  '���������<l  '*~~&<y\i  ,������������������������'it  t*^i{;*5  /-,  V'k.  "fi:*jK'*'ia  i  ���������>>_'-������   * *V< >.  i '--(    J *> *->"' ** *  CHIC BLOUSE CO.  ^________���������  We have a complete lirie of ^ J  >yu%i  ���������* *������^J  "os to  em*m^M^*mr*mmr^ _f***)     T'^I^^tt'^^'^WtW  W  ���������^Wnwf^vfWwf  AIRS. I.P8TPR  ������*nHb Avenno     -     Control Far*  __  HORSeSHOPINU  mi-is i HOWPR  * **,  * Ptfctwt W*w*$ *9mm  jgl flsiif si ntittii-lb  ���������"IT*#f *T*r*fWfWT T**TV***^'W*ffTVVW -  Registered under tbo. WorsWefw  Company of Ferrlers. London, Png.  - Thorough knowledgB of Anatomy. Special attention given  to defective feet Itepairs of alt  kinds promptly ana thoroughly  done.  FQRQ9 Opposite West Pomaby Schoo  Give us a trial.  JLWtaV  TAmammm****   ****r*l***f "m-****ww  wf   eaj w w    aw m*^m^9*m*^'*^m*wW^  TA|C|B notice that Karman W. Vance,  of Vancouver. B. C, occupation farrtar.-  intenoa, to apply for permission to l������ase  tbe following aedcrtbed lands:���������  Commencing at a tpoat planted IS  chains Inlantf from the Ea������t xhore of  Homfrs** Channel, about >o chains North  EeMt of the mouth of Marble Creek,  Lloyd Point We������t coa������t of the n>������*n.  Semi-Ready Sale  Save Your Dollars  " BARGAIN " is a word that has been much  abused.   Usually it means merely a reduced '  price for some undesirable piece of goods.  But at the &oml-Roady Removal  Sala it is different. We are selling suits  for which you would willingly pay the full  price and be satisfied, under the usual con-   .  ditions.  We're moving to larger quarters up street,  and must reduce our stock before we move  in.   So better not wait.   Come to the old  r address,  SI9 Granville St.  Thomas & lie Bain  Sole Agents:  Semi-Ready Tailoring, Vancouver  South 20 chalna; thence Weat 20 chains  to the South East comer of John Petersen's location; thence North alone the  Ea������t line of Pederaen's application SO  chains to point of commencement.  HERMAN W.VANOB.  Date.  ������th  December,  1012.  mmmj-mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm  VANCOUVER LAND DISTRICT  Dirtrict of Coast Ran-fe J  TAKE NOTICE that William H. Wootay. of  Vaneourer, B C. occupation broker, intends to  apply for permission to purchase the following  described lands: co ��������� mendriff at* post planted at  the north-west ecrner of Lot 18. and being- W. H  overflowing   larders.    A fllstln  lied poet was allotted to "anctent'  lo." a* ml-* boat Urmed It* bees heidded,''the stan-ird ot old   JSfedfigpSl  *w%a9Sa&Bj**  y*w*w_N*   *ww      a^^iL. ^^ ^ 999199 m*9 ** 9*fjP*^^99**j  9WW*J^*mW99W**wW9 9 WWP^������^ *rww7 ���������wPWPiWl'  ��������� ^ Voonia not, howe-zer, hot -aottoe a  ^a9*9a* a   t*w pWWf *9f   *J*\m   *Mw*#wfWfWw  ���������t   W*w  tall of that bim. which ever-**ad6wed  acowWeraWe<f������5tot_t_>ttnle. This,  JPw  WIWtw  wTswff^P^"   Wff(f ^vIwt^W  ttwwTw  TVWwTrWTT*''Tff' w^^p aa 9rmf9^^9a^f*t**' Mft'^*)  TT*^*^wvw i  ���������Jgg^.f**^������������ <������r������aW*f Om *9*m*\  99*9*^^W^9m^9*} *wrvr -f^fw   tvtWt'   T^evwf"? wwww '  99  vrf^vwfvrTf   ^*������^na*)*}**9   *)9kjaM   aaa~aa*aewV499*T   WtWtw  ^|���������"w wWi" T*������*w "s*wfi#Sw mt*9m IWw'Ptt wl^^w  DtaMMlf to have ont W������eoV  When the cloth was removed tt*  hutle** brought In ������ huge Stiver ves*  *_k ������������������ 9W* and ourtous worln_an*hi������,  whK* M placed before IDs Squire.  '*_PW������* was,JnMlet| wltb acou-  mmmi belnf the Wassail Bowl, so  renowned In Christ-pas fe-rtlrlty. Its  oonteate bad been prepared by tbe  Ikjulr- himself; for It was a beverage  of th* shllful mta-tore of which he  particularly prided himself; alleging  tbat it waa too abstruse and comples  for the comprehension of an ordinary  servant.  Tbe old gentleman's whole countenance beamed with a serene look of  Indwelling delight as he stirred this  mighty bowl. Having raised It to bis  lips, wltb a hearty, wish of a merry  Christmas to all present, he sent It  brimming round the board, for every-  4^-y.  , "*...  >/& "���������-  *- **  tn   & -.^-*_  ���������3m  Fancy Iffwi#ert*Wef Itoxes an4  Neckwear of afl HumJs at all jjrices  W.'s. N. E. corner po*t, thence west 80 chsins, ' _ne to follow hia Ainmnl* tuxwitxt.n-  thence south 40 chains, thenee east 80 chains. ?���������V? -.2������i���������������f !* i JP ' **C00,"������|W  thence nor h 40 ehains.topl������e������ of commencement,   tp We J������I*lmItlve Style;  pronouncing It  co taining 320 ac ce more or less.  Date 17th September. 1912  WILLIAM H. WOOLEY.  Oct. 25th to Dec. 20th, 1612  "the ancient fountain ot good feeling,  where all hearts met together.'  VOTE FOR  BAXTER  FOR MAYOR          __       i  churches"  sa*-*-_it.  -i.  PLEASANT     BAPTIST    CHt'RCl  for, Tenth Ave. and Quebeo Si  Preaching  Services���������11   a.m.     ami '   %:%���������  p.m.    Sunday School at 2:20 p.m.  CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH  Cor.  10th Ave. and Laurel s?t.  Jervlces���������Preaching at 11  a.m. and 7:8'  p.m.    Sunday School at 2:30 p.m.  Rev . P. Clifton Parker. M.A., Pastor.  11th Ave. W.  -tE-HODIST.  MT. PLEASANT CHURCH  Cor. 30th Ave. and Ontario.  Services���������Preaching  at   11   a.m.   an*   a'  ":..' p.m.    Sunday   School    and   Blbl*  Class at 2:30 p.m.  Rev. W.  Lashiey  Hall,   B.A.B.D.,  Pasto>  Parsonage. 123 11th Ave. W. Tele. Fair  mo tit 1449.  45  AirO-ICAW.  ST. MICHAEL'S CHURCH  Cor.   Broadway   and   Prince   Edward   St  Services���������Morning Prayer at   11  a.m.  Sunday School and Bible class at 2:3<  p.m.  Evening Prayer at 7:30 p.m.  Holy Communion every Sunday at 8 a.rr.  and 1st and  3rd Sundays at II   a.rn  Rev. G. H. Wilson.  Rector  Rectory, Cor.   Sth   Ave.   and   Prince Ed  ward St.  Tele.   Fairmont  406-L.  V__UW.1>_S  A high wind travels from 30 to  miles an hour; a hurricane 80 to 100  miles an hour.  The velocity of the earth on its axis  exceeds 1,000 miles an hour; around  the sun it Is 66,000 miles an hour; the  velocity of the moon is 2,273 miles an  hour.  Sound travels through air at 1,000  feet a second; through water 240 feet  a second; along steel wire 17,130 feet  a second.  Electricity travels along wires above  ground at 24,360 miles a second.  Light, the swiftest of all, travels at  186,770 miles a second.  CMc Blouse Co.  723 Georgia St.  Opp. Hotel Vancouver  Pbone Sey. 3829  %-X*  i m  | Con JVlato Str. trod I6tli Ave.  PHONpt Fairmont ftW  Corner 49th nn4 Fraser Avenues  Phone: Fainnont U67I*  *���������  >  *���������  *  *  t  t  ������  *>  Buy Your  CHRISTMAS j  PRESENTS  From G. E. McBRIDE & CO.  We give below a list from our choice selection  of CHRISTMAS PRESENTS which is too large to  enumerate here :���������  from  Carving Sets  Chafing Dishes  Child's Sets  Jam Sets  Pocket Knives  Safety Razors  Razor Strops  tt  tt  tt  tt  $2.00 up  4.50 up  1.00 up  2.75 up  .50 up  1.00 up  .50 up  Baxter for'Mayor  WHAT IT SHOWED  "Gentlemen," said the quack doctor,  who Was trying to get together some  money for Christmas, "I have sold  these pills In your market-place for  the past ten years. Never during that  period have I had a single complaint  abort   f--:��������� ���������   -  does  that prove  to you, gentlemen?" |. *.*#*j  "i   i:   ���������- proves that dead  men tell nu tales," replied an onlooker as he moved away.  ROGERS CUTLERY OUR SPECIALTY.  Electric Irons        -      - - $4.50  Electric Toasters          - - 5.00  Electric Coffee Percolators - 7.50  Skates, etc., etc. #  We are Giving a Gift  To the LUCKY PERSON making a 50c caah purchase from our Stores  up to 12 o'clock noon, December 24th. The lucky lady will receive an  ELECTRIC IRON or goods of equivalent value. The lucky gentleman will receive a GILLETTE SAFETY RAZOR or goods of equjva-  +   lent value.  *���������  |  BUY YOUR CHRISTMAS PRESENTSFROM US  }  ���������e*ee-������eeeee*������e������e������**>������������*������** eeeeeaaeeeoooesoeoeeet-eoo?  i-f������yy-hy>$  ^H������*?*i  3*S? v -^,  ���������ym  B  THE WESTERN CALL.  I Xmas Prices at Honig's  ill C_*  -v  !..  LO.CAU, VIEW   POST  CARDS.  , Finely colored [ind finished  50 for 25 cents.  Sepia   (brown art  tint)   Post  Cards   \\ith  View s>  of  Vancouver and Rocky Mountains- .    15c doz.  ROLLER   SKATES.  Adjustable  to  fit   an*   si/e  or _t>It*   ot   shoe;   good  values a,t $1.25���������Our Cleiui-up Brice,85c Per Pair.  ICE.SKATES.  Wo stock the Mic'-Mac, Auto,  Ladies'    and    Gents'  Cilacioi, Ladies' and Gents' Heaver, Regal,  Acadian and Tube���������Terrific cut. on nil. ,  vPOCKET KNIVES.  We. hold, for a Department Stoi������, the largest stock  in Vancouver of Knives for men, women and boys,  by Henry Hoker and "IXL" at prices from 15c to  $15.00.  '��������� DOLLS! DOLLC! DOLLS!  "We have an Endless Variety  > Fit to shine in any Society."  .We-quote you one leading line as   an   example   of  value.    See this:  LARGE  DRESSED  DOLLS  19, 20 and 21 inches high, each packed in strong card-  r.oard box. These ,4011s have beautiful hair in all  the fashionable shades; many have real eyelashes?  ���������some sleep; they are jointed at hips and arms, and  have heads that move; they are elegantly dressed,  some for party, some for tiie home, some for walk-  ! ing, aud aro equipped complete with all necessary  underclothing, drawers, .underskirt, stockings and  shoes. Each has a real small hat ot latest style.  These represent $1.30 valitbs at any time at any  store��������� *  TODAY 85c  IS OUR iPRtCE. ,  '-' ���������.  ,  , ...v.'"--.-'-.,'*iV.L-...',,  ..-  Great selection of Natural and CeUuli)*fl,; Dolls, Baby  Dolls, Talking, Walking and Sleeping Dolls, Dressed  and Undressed Dolls, Kid Dolls,/J&nted Dolls. Goo-  Goo Dolls, Fur Dolls, Character and other Dolls, too  varied and numerous to mention.  THE HONIQ STORES  * 56-58 and 60 HASTINGS STREET EAST  Phone:  Sey.  3472*  3473  ANOTHER PLAIN CHAT WITH FATHER  BONNER.  Reverend Sir:  Tn your paper, the "Western Catholic,'' yon  write on Professor Odium and call him some  names that are not nice. Evidently your temper  caused you to^/orget the course of a Christian,  kind-hearted gentleman. <*Bumptious mountebank,*' "unscrupulous inventor," "trotting wit  the same lying words/' "ignorance," etc., and  similar terms are not wisely chosen by you in  your editorial. It is not decent. It is not Christian. It is'not the\ mark of a kirid,( merciful  Christian servant of "the loving Maste*r. Your  own readers will" surely see that you lose your  head when you* temper gets control, and they  wijl begin to suspect that, petthaps, Odium has  <jhe truth ou his' side, and that an ill-tempered  man writing >vith the.spirit of vengeance is not.  Wptrable. Please do, not repeat that sort of folly  in the'fhture.   In the meantime.! forgive yoiv  ,*nd s&all try p "heap coals of fire'* of Christian 1 .^teph^n the Sixth, being<ma<fe Poj>e, persecuted  charity on your head. -_    ^ * t *        .,    "f tfiememoiy of Formosus with,soJmttC_ spite that 4  Yott^nay that-the "Editor "(itf)fcUe Western  Catholic) might tell aft the lies *;V* ��������� ant\the  Pope would h**utill \nfaMiDle.j:*^ Thi������f is a qiieer  ���������fti&wer W _������y .Vemark. :Bete is the pith.i'f mv  sure, you have no abiding trust. I say this because you, being an educated priest, must know  something of the history bf your Popes of past  days, the successor of whom your present Pope  is- <     -   .  Now mark, I have no word against the present  incumbent at the Vatican.    L-do not doubt that  he is a good, moral, kindhearted man, and worthy  of trust and respect as far as he is an ordinary  priosr. ���������  ,-Now, come along with me and let us look at a  few of the successors of Si? Peter, who never was  the Pope of Rome.  ��������� I take it for granted that you know something  of "fcaptista Platina," who was the Vatican Li*  .brarian during the fifteenth century-  Speaking of Popes he/ tells us some wonderful  things/ so far .as their infallibility goes.   Let rrth  giyf_.y0U and yP^^-de��������� a few quotations:.^ "  -Formosus,   -formerly   bishop of   Porto/was  anathematized *nd deprived of all his offices and  TOr������*Pt1 to, vvpnr lav ������tfli_ *' ,--,  forced t*> wear lay attire!  KS&7  t?ope he infallible, (ai?d he wWt) he fails to  , reaeh jnfe infnllifcly through, you who*give'm,eV  different message;   His infallibility is of no practical use if he eannot deliver its dictum to rhe;  and if ������ot to ������������e,> then to none. .   '  .Mt now .for that infallibility in which, I-am  *ammmmme*\n  $������-"-  .   Bappo Paint, Oil  STOVES   and   RANGES  j  Our Fall and Winter Stock is complete:  /  Call anct Inspect.   \      *   '  i  W. R. OWEN  2337 Main Street Phone: Fairmont 447*  h_ abrogated his decrees, ancT rescinded all th  he had.done.   He hated him to such a degfc* th^.  he* ordered his b*_? t*)^be dragged out oCth|-,  gr���������ve. to be Stripped of. its pontifical robes, and "'  l>nt iuto that of a layman; the,two fingers of Ju-K  right hand; which^are pt^ieJijally used by priests  in consecration/ to fr^eijt bf������ aridjhe mutilat^'  corpse to beltferowh into the^Tibfer."  ���������'Romanus, Stephen-,/ successor, obtained  Peter's chair. As soon as he g$ into the chair-  he disavowed and rescinded ail the acts of Stephen  and, indeed, these Popes studied nothing .else but  to extinguish the* memory and honor of their predecessors. "       y ' -       ��������� "^ i  "Theodorns/his successor, followed the atcqj*  of these mutineers, for he restored the decrees ^of  Formosus.''  - "John the Te_th,-*t_e next P-ppe, damns alHUat  Stepheni had done, and restores the decrees .of  Formosus."  ^"Sergius the Third? totally*abolished ail that  Pope Formosus had done before, so that priests  who had received orders from him were forced to  seek tew ordination. He caused the carcass of  Formosus to he dug up from its grave (it had  been recovered from the Tiber and buried after  its mutilation by Pope Stephen), the head cut off,  and the trunk to be a**ain thrown into the river."  This Is enough for the present pur- '  poBe. I'coi'ld give you much more.  I now ask yo\i a plain question* or two.  Please answer, and do not get angry.  Let us be goodnatured Christian gentlemen as we are holding a historic  and <a religious conversation. Bear in  mind that the public are watching the  language we use, so we needs must be  very circumspect.  Now, Reverend Sir, kindly tell me  and the public which of the above holy  Pop'fes are infallible. Wasl^onnosus?  Was Stephen? Was Theodorue. or  John, or Sergius? In what did their  -infallibility consist? And where appeared their god-likeness, th.eir holiness, their manliness even?  While you are at it, will,you tell us  whether the Pope today is the only  PORT  MOODY  WILL H4VE  MAMMOTH GRAIN  right  oh  i ' . ������������������    .     .   .      ' /  The C. P. R. Mill erect thoir grain elevnlors at Port Mood\. The <l.ul\ pi-ass has  already announced the railroad'h intention.. It is the aim of theV V. B to ship (.0,000,000  bushels of grain to the Coast annually. In order to do tliih it is nceessarx to lwt\e tlu* elevators built by the time the Panama Canal opens.    -  A large gang of men started work thi> week lading steel on the C.  P   \\  vay, which runs right, through.our properb.  OLD ORCHARD  If you were to pay a visit to Old Orchard now ,\ou would   see a scene of activitr  almost unprecedented in the history of Port Moody."  The V. P. R. is working with feverish  activity to have its line completed.   It will be necessary to have from nine to eleven miles  of trackage adjoining the grain elevator site. ' The whole eity W" Port M_od\  is now aglow.  That which was predicted months ago has come true, and Port Moody has eo'me into its own.  AVe have the statement on the very highest authority that the head of the C P R will  have an interesting announcement to make early in the new ycar,_when he makes public the  annual appropriations. Watch the papers and you will see something regarding Port Moodv  that will convince you that it is destined to' become a great seaport:  WHAT THE C. P. R. WILL DO POR PORT. MOODY.  *It will triple 'track its line between Port Mo6dy and Coquitlam.-.  It will make gigantic preparations for the handljnj*. of millions of .bushels of wheat  from the Prairie West.  The C. P. R. will operate forty to sixty grain trains a week, each train being nearly  half a mile ita length.        . , ',- "       y  **"    The C. P. R., which owns a large portion of the property at the liead of the Inlet-  propose reclaiming 160 acres ������f tide-flats. ^      ,' - '     > ,  /The C. P. '& is do^ngr,,ev������r*/tliing possble-to niake Port ^lood-'^ady for.the opetiv 6p  /ing of the Panama CanaL, j    L ���������    ��������� \ '>   ' L      ������    '    '    '' M>   ��������� f ��������� ^ ^ %  '\   Our property is sejfirig fast,-MI those;Vho puri{haser now will never regret it. '^P&S-^ |  price we are asking for choiee^ hifeh, level lots ^is  \, ���������      x '   ''   - >   .-     v'������ ^s-_i^ti  Themis':    $15.00^cash, balance $7.50 -per ?pfto*i^t.  ���������.(  m&  ,   Tree excursions *������Uy to Port;Moodyv leavingUur oiHee at 1:15 p,m>   ,  ���������      Pnonv Seymour }66t:  Head'Office:  432 Richard* 8t.  Branch 0_ice:  $y% >���������"���������.*������������������* j>-*y  ��������� '   . **  160 Basting* St.  Open Evenings./  -  High Dry Corner Lot in City, only $600.'   Third, 6, 12,18.  *_#  5 Room Bungalow, Elegantly Furnished, 200 feet'off Main on .King  Edward, price $4,500.   Easy Terms.  70-ft. Double Corner, 36th Ave.,near Fraser Avenue,cleared graded  .andrfenced, $1300.00.  GITY BRoOKERAGE CO.  430 Mam Street Branch 164 Broadway East, near Main Street  "Infallible Man'in the Roman Chvjrch,"  6r it tbere'be many of such a high and  God-like Btandlng? If he, the preBeat  Fbpe, be infallible, did'he become 80  by the votes of the Cardinals who elected him? Mow can a vote, or a dozen  votes, make a poor Sinful priest infallible? And if he is Infallible once, is  he always infallible?   Now do not tell  your, readers that Odium is a "liar"  and that he misquotes "history." I  may suggest to you that Odium is well  known in Vancouver, and he is known  to be a truthful"man, a man who*delights in the truth, and who holds no  hard feelings against, these with  whom he holds conversation by pen  or other/vise^ Keep out of the pitfalls  of bad temper, and give us some sound  explanations and-answers of and to  the above questions. x  Lastly for this talk: In quoting the  following words from another source  you said that no Catholic^ publication  would be gulty of such language.  Here are the words I quoted: ".Many  opinions are to be forbidden (by the  Roman Catholic Church) even to war  and bloodshed." <, I am glad you condemn such language. I do likewise.  But your evident point in so, doing is  to show that the officials of the  Roman Church would not teach such  an awful, so monstrous a thing.   .  Let us look arond a bit. About 1910  (you see* that-1 "not ancient time)  FatheKA. Grius, Jepicier O.S.M., published a book with the sanction of the  Church. In that book we may read:  "If a mart publicly .professes- a heretical doctrine, or attempts to -pervert  others by teaching or example.5 not  only-may-he, speaking absolutely, be  excommtmicated, but with justice, .be  killed." " ,  In Art. xl. he says: "The Church,  absolutely speaking, has,the' right to  bring heretics to. death."  Now, to be explicit, let us see what  the present Pope has to say about a  heretic, in the way of description. In  1906 the present Pope published "A  Compendium . of Christian Doctrine."  See second edition, page 131: "Who  are Heretics? Heretics are the baptised who pertinaciously "refuse to believe some truth revealed by God and  taught as of faith by the Catholic  Church: POR EXAMPLE, SECTS OF  PROTESTANTS." Here you have it  clearly. From this we may put in the  word Protestants, or "Sects of Protestants" from the above quotation. Then  we are told that "The Church, abso-  -i ��������� ' i'ii < <. ii     ���������     i  i      i   ��������� ���������       _  tutely speaking, has the right to tiring cause that the machine matriptilai  Beets of ProteBtants to death."  What do you think ot this for doctrine? I am inclined to think your  better manhood would revolt againBt  such teaching, and especially so long  as you are in control of your temper  and aie moved by the spirit of gentle-  i nesB and a large-hearted love.  Howe\er, the point is here You  fiercely object to the words: "Many  opinions are to be forbidden, even to  war and bloodshed," as though this  dops not represent the teaching of  your political church, and exactly sets  forth the spirit of those who so teach.  The writers who teach the greater will  surely teach, the lesser, which is but a  part. Any men who would teach that  it is right to kill heretics, would teach  that "war and bloodshed" are very  legitimate weapons in furthering the  of people and governments have  heart, ., r    _��������� "     *  In closing this talk wltb your) Reverence, I wish to say a word concerning the departure of Archbishop  McNeill. He has shown himself a  j-kind, wise, devoted, clever and most;  able man. If the Archbishop, now  coming to our city, be as able and as  circumspect and as devoted, then 'he  will have the respect of all /our citizens. We have no, quarrel with good  men of any creed or patty. We hon-"  our and r.espeqt all worthy men. And  to make a confession, I have a most .  friendly feeling towards yourself, Rev*  erend Sir. "  Vote for Baxter as Mayor  <������'  m  Thoughts for Christmas  * -"' ��������� j.     i ..   ,1  " Be sure 3'our're right, then go ahead."  If you are in doubt about what to purchase for your  friends, call in and examine our stock of goods suitable for useful gifts.      The great variety we offer will  make it easy for you to decide. ~  PARTIAL LISt  Men's  and ^Boys'   Dressing Robes  House Coats  Fancy and Knitted Vests  Silk Hosiery  Muffler, knitted or in silk  squares  Neckwear   in   silk   and  poplin s  Ladies' and .Men's  Um-~  brellas  Ladies' and Men's Dressing Cases  Ladies' and Men's ..plain  \>r initial Linen Hand-  :.. kerchiefs.  Ladies' Hand Bags;  line at half price  one  Collar Boxes, Purses and  Pocket Books  Fancy Arm Bands, Garters and Suspenders  Fitted and Leather-lined  .  Valises in great variety  Clubb & Stewart  309-315 Hastings St.W. 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