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N. R.-Ff4������e Creek negotiations ������**e -^: ���������������������������.;������������������:>,.������������������-.f-' rg^*J^v>w-jW*^^  arriving at a satisfactory donclwsioa.  Ji is now    f  '.', .Ths ctaipai|pahas beeo w-ifultrly and pleeowgly ^ f   ***������!? W������ Ww ������������������- ������������������ ;- :r���������;:;. ��������� \ ���������> y '*y:\1:^  probtbfe thtt it will ho submitted to tht rate* (   drowd -fivals oat vl t*������������ contest. Tht t*^                                   part, aete4 like brotatrs, ia   ���������   ^-.^W-fi^-'g-wW^^  payers for final approve! **ome t^ ;    C 1     JK^J^^  ar**f sfte being1 passed upon'favorably   by-th������ ���������<'                          ��������� ���������     ������������������'���������������������������' ���������-        //���������v^/./>w^-''v.'>;     w* *it^-**eri*i.i"'',; ���������,7..-:7.r  Oity Council.   The agreement wUl have to be ,         ������teh,w|i������t**eekwgbisown-w^^ Vfyfafa**#m*99^  ratified by the Provincial and Pominion govern- I Vancouver's advancement.  ������*?? R ^cwnwncf^Un^*^^ "^ pwpheey ninety                                    of extrsprd^ary bwia^ triiaaae^          '            Wilsr Wi^tr Htpbitrn, Ward *l*  Creek ninety days after receiving the approval <   improvtn*ta1s to Ysnconver.  Many e^ettioaiiinvolving the developmeht 6* this oi^TsreUpfor J  _V������Jta fo? TWOIlai IVAWII ��������������� a^CSIta Of  of the Governor-Oefieral of Canad*. o consideration and settlement.   Mayor Pindlay is to :be credited with the initial stages of these gigan  The Civic Bridge and RaUway Ck>inmittee hate ��������� tic improvements which now come upon the ^  faithfully guarded Vancouver's interests through  eat the negotiations.  Vote JkrOIW. IfcaFAPPW aialdennw of  J *>*&������* ** ��������������������� ������P!>������iWwf of this ci^.  ���������^ *^S/SSS^t*S>��������� ***i **s***fS*S)t"   wtS-w ' TS**fSB������*,������j������    W*SS*w ~~.eaj9999���������*������������������_   *S]fVW   *SSjsjsfjj*ajajae    w*B>  Ward Four.  .TUfW    t*^     W ���������wwrO**f ^W    ^^    TV*^T^fTVTW<r1f     'W wfw  fear, aad tn*ploymtnf of whimabor by tht eity.  *���������*'���������  mi$ M- Stevens, % P., to Ottawi aad T; S. Baxter at the head of affairs to VanMnytr,;> ������   *f^[i%nnr ^nffwh^  t we may hope for much. Both men are adapted to their offices and being of likemtod asm work ���������<'   arow a^ iwovt^   T  *   w*p^ wwawveew  --JM*-..      ,*���������������-,*... f  FRANK TRIMBLE  FRANK TRIMBLE, of Ward 8, has 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 can rely on it. He is absolutely honest.  His services have been unselfishly given and Ward  8 should return him at the head of the poll.  His policy is carefully thought out and show/3  him -progressive and alive to every feature of  Vancouver's development. Ward Eight has been  transformed under his management. He talks  little but does much. He plans wisely and unselfishly for his constituency.  Vote for Frank Trimble, Ward 8.  Vote for THOMAS IVANS as Alderman of  Ward Four, and the extension'of Venables street  ! to Main, via Prior.  MAYOR-ELECT T> S. BAXTER  <-v  Mayor-elect T. S. Baxter, the "People'c Candidate," is an educated man; a self-made man; a  business man; an experienced civic officer; and a man who gives assurances of meeting every contingency with decision, and ability. His four years as alderman have brought him into, the limelight, and demonstrated to the electors of Vancouver that he is the man ordained for this pivotal  point in our history.  Mr. Baxter, in our opinion, is one who will fill the mayor's chair with dignity and effect.   We  want a ma nwho can DO things.   He will be to the fore in that regard.   He is a trained business  ' ��������� man, a cultured, clever gentleman, and well able to fill any position entrusted to him.   We have  no hesitancy in saying he will make good.  F. E. WOODSIDE  *  Judge ye who can. We speak as we think and feel, read closely and weigh our words. It  would be difficult to over-rate the merits of F. E. Woodside, the modest candidate for aldermanic  honors in Ward Seven.  In soliciting the support of the electors he has a good record to support his request. F. F.  Woodside has.served the city for two years as an alderman, and during that time has demonstrated  his worth. He is a clean-cut young man, of considerable ability, with a deep interest in his work.  His record is clean and one to be proud of���������he will not fail to receive the endorsation of his Ward.  Those who have a vote in "Ward VH, but who live elsewhere, should make it a point to go and cast  a vote for Frank Woodside.  WsiOoar, a ������aa with 80 yta^' ojeaa  **tc������ord to tht ofty  grtw aad itt*provt.  Vott for Pr. PstUrton sad *% ������* fykt, si -Uotaff  flnnimlsslinitfs  fc  ' W*"*"****l*************������WWTrT"W^W*' .���������  *S*v::*  DE. BUZZA  :A  Candidate Buzza is a resident of the district,  has been President of the Ratepayers' Association  for two years, and is planning to give his entire  time to working for the interests of Ward Seven.  In the city Mr. Buzza has been and is in very  close connection with the Christian Endeavor Association, giving a very creditable account of himself wherever placed.  Candidate Buzza has been unanimously endorsed by South Ward VII Ratepayers* Association and the Good Government League of Vancouver.  Vote for WALTER HEPBURN, Ward One.  Vote for 010. McSPADDEN at candidate of  Ward Four, the man who has four terms' experience at Alde**man.  Vote for Thomas Evans, Ward 4.  Vote for JOHN R. JACOBS as Alderman of  Ward Four and the laboring classes.  Vote for GEO. McSPADDEN at Alderman of  Ward Four, the man who knows tht need* of  Ward Four.  Vote for Frank Trimble, Ward 8.      .,   . ^SSRp^Sispi^J^^  '\'  %  CAT.Ii.  8*******  tt  ���������TIm tinimt 111 wi ill 119* i at* j ii ii ������y< t  1*Ua\~    e Electors ;oi WAE|& FO0R  ^ta for  ttntti  IN  :.j/^-\..���������'���������''.'���������?!!(:  As Alderman^ tor 19l3f !  I am in favor of a 1  Clean City/ Improv^  Roads, Sewer*,  dewalks, Lights, Increased  Water Supply* etc., and  Civic Management Along  Business Lines.  22 years resident in this  city.  20 years an employer of  Union Labor.  YOUR VOTE AND INFLUENCE SOLICITED.  MIIIII>M1I1IIM1UHMI>  S   4  iMinii imm������> o-toiCMioiot- itiihiiiiiiinitM  WARD IV  Your Vote and Influence are respectfully solicited for  GC.DELBRIDGE  As Aldermanic Candidate for Ward Four.  If elected he will insist on a rigid FUEL INSPECTION for  the City of Vancouver.   -  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.  imiin-miii'************ omt*******111*****i*****i  ���������SUr**M^'JSSSSSSSSSSSSSJ  at%lsiisfl  ^^���������nHpiable divl-  ^HJillilr*-*-* *������ tbe  last fraJiMHRRKi||0pt pecomes a  stern neceHM^|pi|||bbourer to relet the. wage-eaip||^w>ceB8 so aa to  keep at least a^|ip^inargin of gain  wbicb may help bmMn tbe day wben  ���������**-*���������*���������  A.  Jeweler *% Oat lei an  Repairing a Specialty 1433 Commercial  he is unable to earn a living.  Wbat Is true of the ten .factories and  the'hundred Wholesale houses, is perhaps more fiercely true of the one  thousand retail stores.' Here, again,  in order to have a profit, or at leant a  email margin, the cost of putting the  boots and shoes into the hands of tbeir  customers must be cut down, while  tbey are forced to sell at as high a  price aa is within reach.  Inputting down the cost tbey immediately run up against the matter  of the wage of the employee. And be  ln torn must resist tbe dowa-cuttlng  process wltb all bis ability.  Tbla puts the struggle in a nutshell,  and shows us* clearly that the whole  business of masters and men is one ef  a necessary straggle for a living. In.  thia struggle there is no aim or desire  to hurt either the factory man, the  wholesale, the. retailer or the labourer.  In this struggle there is no sentiment  beyond that of necessity, any more  than in tbe Struggles referred to lh my  letter number one, wherein I .mention  the swine, sheep, cattle, .birds and  other things; As the contest shapes  and presses, and the trying results  hurt each or any of tbe above persona,  then comes such resistance as in  within reach. ' This resistance and  the planning to make it effective turn  the mind of capital and labour into  close searching for methods of success, each for self, whicb in the end  has produced a sharp cleavage, and  has led to "bad feelings and a foolish  mistrust,, as well aa a determination  to gain the mastery each over the  other. Now we shall taJje a closer  look into this matter. ''-lt\ has come  about that 'the factories, in their rush  to turn out goods at as rapid a rate as  ���������possible, have produced more footwear:  than can be purchased by tbe eight  net frem Laat Week.)  loait* stack." Tbla is a maana by which, on  the fact of it, they may save them*  aelves somewhat. And if they can  produce such footwear as will capture  certain lines of foreign trade and bold  it, then they have two means of securing gain or profit for tbeir plant and  labour.   -  But Just aa one or more of these ten  Canadian factories seek foreign mar-  keta, so the similar factories of the  States seek to enter their surplus  goods Into Canada, and find a market  therein.  Here, then, is a fresh cause, a pre-  emptory demand for the ten Canadian  VoW for Firt-sJfc Everett Wee-sattt, Ward TIL Aldtrsun.  1^ it-Who'sdoingit?  '-'-We;':i^^^ it-Doing what ?  GIVING   AW       COUPONS  with every $1.00 purchase.  Come in and see us.  factories to buy their raw material  still more closely, aad to try and  make other cuta in the eoat of producing their wares for the wholesale  houses. We sea Just bere tbat the  keen eompetiUon from tbe United  States erossas en the Canadian factories far more heavily than upon tbe  Canadian wholesale or retail bouses.  Tbe foreign footwear, is offered to tiie  wholesale, ������nd even to the retail  bouses, at cuts me low as possible so  aa te secure the Canadian market for  tbe Unistatian factories. Here, then,  is the place at which the factories of  all Irim-de in ail lands come into the  keenest competition. Tbey are forced  to fight against their own national  competitors, -and -are still more hardly  pressed by the fight waged against  them by all other countries seeking  marketai f or similar goods.  And faerein Is the basic cause of an  attempt to save tbe factories of one  country egsitost the competition of the  factories of Other countries. "In  searching for a means of accomplish*  Ing this aim the plan of a "protective  tariff" has been devised. History  shows tbst this iJlan is about two  thousand years old, and Is natural, and  under certain conditions a wise attempt. *���������  However tide may be, the fact remains that the competition is twofold.  It arises from within, among the ten  factories, and fromWithout, from the  hundred factories ot .the States, and  the many other factories of Qreat Brit-  millions of Canadians.   Then to keep ain, Germany, France and elsewhere.  E. M. LYNN  niALmt nt  Groceries,  and Kitchen HaMvv^s  PHONE: Highland 823  Corner Keefer St. and Campbell Ave.  We ourselves are better served  By serving others best  Vote for Gharlet B. Mahon, Ward   Vote fer David Edgar Basse,  V. Aldtrmaa, Ward VII. AMerman.  i  '<  - > .  .      I   ������ C    .1  Commercial Prive ������nd |*}*ft Ave.  "The Home of fWalitv"  Pnsiness comes our way bec-wsB.we Jceep wbat  * *   t^er*eoplenee4 and charge moderately.  Groceries, Proviso  *��������� *  Only tbe best brands kept ia stock,  ���������      ���������*  .->.*��������� '"���������.���������..'  Oar .goods are all guaranteed ftMj������oaey ^^4^'^  not satisfactory.  I. p. Sinclair, prop.  PflODB < WW&\ I  their plant working to the full -and i Now, in concluding this letter, I may  get. every possible gain within reach | just say that this brings us to the at*  these factory managers have sought tempts at catting down *a*ages, and up*  out foreign markets wherein they may j holding or; raising wagea beyond a  sell; what is known as their "surplus! safe limit.'  It is selt-evMent that it  l^dvisions, fVuit, Stationery  Confectionery, Tohaccbs  Ci\JCJS,?AS7WJJS, BRfJAP  Special'attention to phone orders  (irocefv  'O. p. Jones, Prop.  Comer Harris and Campbell Ave.  Phone HighfandW branch Post Office  f-  WATTS HAROWAReeO  When yon want  HARDWARE, PAINTS, 011*8.  VARNISHES and SHINQLE  > 5TAINS  Por your house.: Send us your list and let us  give yon prices.  Hum imUM PH 1407 Commercial Drive  X������'������'S'i������tifVfi������if������ifi������i-f ******>*****>***>*********,  Jjjcense (Commissioners  ...... '.;',.���������-.��������� ��������� A ij y 7  Vote for re-election of  H. S;PY|Ci  . 'i::7-:^nd '  DR. PAiTERSON  Who have strictly enforced the liquor laws;  Who have for the first time in the city stopped the  all night drinking in cafes.  Who have cancelled every restaurant license in the  city.  Who are rapidly improving the hotels to be in keeping with the importance of this great city.  ^,*,***>*!***>*>*****'*>*************************  Prices of a Few of Our Goods  . VmI1WIW|     ���������eeeseeeeeeee e e e ��������� e e e e e ��������� eeeeeeeeeeee * e'e e e e ��������� lOe   ������SiVV  lt-tiiini, Bttdtd ........ ..............3 lb. pkg. 26o  OOVQMBS    ee.*..e.eeeeeeeeeeeeee-eeeeee������..V  P*KgVe   twOO  "      Bevan Spanish ...............       ....lb. 20c to 860  Orystalised Ctoarries .. . .lb. 60c  -sV-iUO    .���������e..e.eee..eeeeeeee������*eeeee������eeeeee. ID*   "fOC  Glased Fruity assorted .... ....lb. 60c  ���������;. JMDIWIafJl aNIw, -������������������#������������������ .������.���������������������������������. e . ............. ������ e . . ��������� . ��������� .a .ID.  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Being   ......2 lbs. 45c  4***Cai ................ ^ .............. .ti )0*|, *aOC  Sardines, Boyans a la Vatel   .tin 20c  "        ���������'*-.    ft la Bordelaise.....................tin 20c  M     Dei Sportsmen  ....tin25o  ^ '���������*     Vacbt Olab, Bontltti     tin 25c  vji'���������"****^w*j*a**w������',***jaw................................3 lot. ooc  Mi-ftd If**%% eatra fsnoy ................       ... .-.2 lbs. 45c  1417 Commercial Drive     m\ H Puwds Mwt ������lfW  1  Vote for tbt Inhibition By*l<aw.  Office, Vancouver Ploclc, Granville Street  A* m* PEATTIE  ���������Vuctioneer, Appraiser and.Notary Public for British Columbia  General Beal Estate, Mining Broker, Financial Agent  Vote for tbs Bxbibition By-"Law.  4  asteta  ���������-eci-v  Park Commissioner  Geo. M.ENDACOTT  Solicits your vote and influence as  I PARK COMMISSIONER CANDIDATE f  His Platform and W. R. Owen's are identical.  iiiiiimiiiinimntftttr���������t*   ROW HUGH MONET  w toe mvt  Exhibited in our Window.  The Nearest Correct  Guess data the  Whole Sum  We tell you it is over $100  Every 11.00 purchase entitles yon  to one guess.  OUR   NW YEAR SHOWING IS  THE MOST VARIED IN THE  SUBURBS  -Tiie'--  Q RAND VIEW  STATIONERY  Sub-Agency for the  Columbia Graphophone  Prices from $7.59 to $350.       Latest records in  great variety.  999C Stores  1150 Coimercial Drive  Of course you know without using  time or space to explain, that  we lead where others  follow  In Stationery. Toys, Books, Magazines,  Papers, Confectionery, etc.  1130 Gommercial Drive  J. W. EDMONDS, Prop-  Vote for Charles E. Mahon, Ward Vote' for Alexander Pinto Black,  V. Alderman. Ward V. Aldermtn yy y  -������=  m  , **91��������� if "*��������������������������������� ������ui e*ttt������i������iie������ti������tM������i������t������t������fts> ;  mmtiyw  Your vote and mnuence  are r^p^cliul  ":"'y  stfieited  ^-a-a-a-**^  James  As Alderman  ****** i * i********* iei i ��������� i������i e ��������������� ie*eie *������������������<������< ������te*t-������������t at !���������������������������  TTT  Respectfully Solicits Your Vote and  Influence for^Re-election to Ward  \  Thre&, ���������.���������'���������':'i  ������������������1 '7.' ���������     ��������� "''���������.������������������' ':'���������'    ' ��������� ���������  .���������A ��������� y     '   .. '   ��������� ���������-'     ���������"    . ���������      '���������������������������"��������� ���������    ���������. ' ���������  With  experience in municipal affairs Alderman  Kirkpatrick is ready to renew his efforts for the  * developemeht of Greater Vancouver,  mi m m ��������� in n������n mi 11 **o********** H H MM *������������������������������������������������������������;>���������  Yielding to solicitations, consents to  be  a i  ; Candidate for Aldermanic Honors in Ward Four, i  ���������    ���������������������������.''��������� ���������   ' '  Your  Vote  and  Influence  are  respectfully i|  ; solicited.  Ceaaaian akoe taeter-r luu^s force  prices el labour i^st a certain stan^  ard, that a result will be t&e inflobdlnc  bt tootf t^ (roin t)ther countries to  which labour is even now cheaper  thaitinCanada. And,ttrther,i  result would be the establishment of  similar factories in Japan, Ghina,  Korea, India and elsewhere, for the  definite purpose of making goods to  ship to. Canada and to other countries  wherein labour is; very, clearly ai a  higher standard than in these cheap-  labour countries. .yx'x>'.yyyA'  However, I shall; not now pursue  this feature further, but take it up  next week and preBS the matter, until  we arrive at the inevitable spot at  which logic and self-preservation  would bring us. This, is simple, and  oft..talked and written of. 7-It Just  means that the State should take over  the production of all goods and the  sale thereof. The theory would demand, that the state raise or buy all  necessary raw material, manufacture  that material, and sell the factorled  wares to the trade or direct to the  "consumer. ���������  I shall show that thiB is not possible,  and that it is not practicable, as it is  considered.: advocated: and demanded  by many agitators. yAyx\  I do not use the wort "agitators" in  a derogatory sense. It to .right to agl-  - tate, but it is right, wise and absolutely necessary to be sui-e of th^  leal outcome <tf ttevithing advocated  before pressing too far forward.  ' "-"  Bnt I do hope to show > sound solution. In doing tWs I must go to some  other pha*^ or trade and international economics.        *  ********* * ****** ******** * q s*e>e>***********e,*4> ������������������������������������������������*��������� * ���������,<,.*,  't-ttt 1 ������ttl������"HM<**********   **************************  wake vm  Your vote and influence are respectfully  solicited by  C. N. Jarcjes  . For election to Aldermanic honors in Ward Eight. 3  ;. 4  Mil* * 14 * t ������ * 11 ** * *��������� * 111' I *>* *   ***** till' 11111 III j. It III IU  1  .lil  OF HOME UFE  |TKtN--w������T-*4-M-ii  coNs-rrrcraNAi. blood mssAss.  fmOmt He, IMTC.   "Ths spots are all  (one from nr legs and arms and I feel  good now. I am very grateful to 70a  end shall never forget the fat-or your  medicines hare done for me. Toa can  use my nam* In recommending. It to  any sufferer. I am soinc to set married soon. Thanking yoa once more,  etc."  SATS TWO MOUTHS CCBED BHC  Patient No. 1S785. Ace 23. Single.  Indulged in immoral halts 4 years. Deposit in urine and drains 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 that after  tattlng two months', treatment I would  consider myself completely cured, as I  have seen no signs of them coming  back (one year).  THE WOBH> SEEKS DIFFEBEKT.  Patient No.lS9tS. "I have not had  "a regular Emission I.don't know when  and am feeling floe. The world seems  altogether different to me and I thank  God for directing- me to you. Tou have  been an honest doctor with me."  VAMCOSH VEINS CVMMV.  Case No. leess. Symptoms when ho  Started treatment:���������A*e si, single, in.  dulged In immoral habits several years.  Varicose Veins oa both sides���������pimples  on the face, ete. After two months-  treatment he writes as follows:���������"Vour  welcome letter to hand and am very  Clad to say that I think myself cured.  sty 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 lf I ntay like this, which  I have every reason to believe I will.  Thanking yoa for your kind attention,"  . etc.  GAINED 14 POUNDS TS ONE MONTH.  Patient No. 13523. This patient (aged  68) had a chronic case of Nervous De-  lllty and Sexual Weakness and was run  down in vigor and vitality. After one  month's treatment he reports aa follows:���������"I am feeling very well. I have  gained 14 pounds ln one month, so that  I will have to congratulate you." Later  report:���������"I am beginning to feel more  like a man. I feel my condition is  Setting better every week." Bis last report:���������"Dear Doctors���������As I feel this Is  the last month's treatment that I will  have to get, I thought at one time I  would never be cured but X put confidence in yoa from, tho start and yoa  havo cored me."  CURIS OUARAHTCID OK NO FAY  Wo treat aad cwrs VA1CCOSE VEINS. NERVOUS ' DEBILITY. '.BLOOD AND  IflONAItY COMPLAINTS, -QDNET AND MADDER DISEASES      **ut2US?- ~w  "ten  Wileon Threatene 01(1 Tradltiona.  Princeton, N. J., Dec. 19.���������The days  of public receptions ln the big eaat  win** of the White* House are numbered, and in the next administration  people will not be received at the  executive mansion merely tor the purpose of shaking hands or gasing to  cnripslty at the president of the United States. President-elect Wilson declared last night that he saw no nae  in spending Ume Just to receive people  who had no business to t-rafisact at the  White House.  Vote for eXtoxmvtiar Pinto Black*  ���������w **^"*a *tm   *w * *******^***^"*******^s**"**********p^s  asassamsasmsmasmmamaaa^mm  I iee<i������������������< <mM1 M-trnmih������������  :'   The ground floor eT^  itisuresil-ri'bti^^  Several agreemeirta of aale ara  ported sold within the last w*������li.      ;  ; ^sniaUlot on 1^  Woodl^d changed ha^^  ���������   Two. new meat mwke^ ^  ^heir appearance in BfountReasant;  Options have been trten on two or  three piec^es of False Cx^k ^  '   Miner Bros, report tbe sale of a  residence on Seventeenth avenue for  ���������*^^Oyy'y:rry.y^Ax:y'yA'x::Ax..^xA  A great deal of money is coming  into Mount Pleasant, much of it from  the prairies.        v ' y'--fyy:' ���������"���������  The unusual interest has caused  realty men to cogitate aa to the probable source of these Inquiries.  Numerous inquiries haye. been reported for property along Main, between Broadway and Sixteenth.  Negotiations, are pending for an  apartment house site. The proposed  building willbe two* stories, of brick  construction, and will coat from $6,000  Witifa-'A;' A'y:'y'y'  W. I* lUndoiph pottlngham, B.A., of  the teuMng sta>ff of ^  nic-a School, WliihJpe^  hia holidaysi witin Ilia i^ans'ta, Mr. and  Mrs. W. C. CotUngliani, 860 Nineteenth  ������*^nue7Wesi:^-7;' 'x'yy yAyy  The Department of Public *Woi*s  has autho**l*Md a sniper of Sermour  N������*ro*-rs to *Wt*ei-^  cohatructtng a briilge from the mainland to Vanceuver Island.  '!  Vote lor Oharkt 1. laAhon. Ward  V. Aldtr-nao. ������������������������������������.   ���������:   ' :  Vote for David Wtyax BtiEsa.  Ward VII. Aldorman. ���������  Bulbs! Bulbs!  FOR SALE  A fine lot to choose from, all in  prime condition.  Slaty vartetka to select flrem.  Now is the time to boy for Fall planting to give good resolts for neat  ,-      8|*ti**g.  KEELER'S NURSERY  Cor (Sth Ave. ft M������iO St  | PHONB: Fairmont 817  ,^i*T^l-*5^-^^si*r*f-  MM^fymhm^yfMMMM  RsW, FlW^Ml   '  Z-A^WiMlffii^  Mm  m  wmmiSlKmWKii mm  Pfcst Local Veal Roasts  Fresh California Lamb.          "���������������������������        ���������������'���������     .     ������������������'    LbGisSSs  "        " Stalde-rUtfe'  Choice^Rolled Boast   ���������   18t-ttc  _   Freeh Spare Bibs    -   2tha.26e  h Fzesfc Drassed Ohix   - 26e  fresh Sateoa  i8t*tBstrfau-s  IHaUmt -  SBAL  *   '7SR*_.  tssB.SK^^  **** ***** I I  I I I I I | I I lljjfllj^-^***^^-*  23������lik ttrett, ir.  itt I Mt I HIM M 111 M   ;v phonb::: ;T1|M '"  ! ���������naama*t4r-'--A-.\*j^nme*y.  t 510 bM  M4*mal������Si,M*  Ay;-mmm^  VV ���������' Best'&0$emaaVmm^    11 It IH Itl I MU 1111UI Itt Ht Ml it������ ',   y"%,  ******************  ttttttttttetteteeeetttttttetttee  ������***>������Hi-v^-e^**������-*-*%*M-^*?*^^  PETERS & CO.  Pioneer Shoaitiakers  SWP  Morris JeUy  9.0. Foote  Main  Express, Paggageand Storage  Alwsys in Mount Pleasant  Phone Fairmont U77  Stand 2421 Scotia St��������� ������Jt. Pleasant  "THE SOT00L OF CERTAINTIES"  We invite the public to call at our new premises in the  Harris Block. We would like you to inspect our equipment; to see what splendid light and ventilation we have;  to see our students at work.  ****** .  If you are interested 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, B. A., Principal  Core Main St & XOth Ave.  PHONE: Fairmont 2075      VANCOUVER, B. C.  M CONSULTATION FREE.  BOOKS FREE. Uxm.hU to caB write for ��������� Q-Mslisa  Bia***-. tor Hssss Treat-neat.  MKk WOTtr*.? *������. U*������**** *-"���������**������������������ CmmmammmtUmtVtmMiUtmmOm.  -^^SsiJ������������^itl^^  DrsKENNEDY&KENNEDY  Cor. Mklugmn Ave*, and Giiewold St, Detroit, Miclk.  Mt. Pleasant Livery  * A. F. McTAVISH, Prop. /  !!   Phone Fairmont 845 Corner Broadwa/and Main ;  ���������j; Carriages at all hours day or night ������������������  ; * Hacks, Victorias, Broughams, Surreys andfBingle ! ���������  Buggies, Express and Dray Wagonii for hire ;;  ii Furniture and Piano Moving ii  ������1M*lllHHIIHMIIIIIIim*MllllMillHHIHIIIlYtlM  We do the Best Work for the Lowest Money;      '  Oet Your Shoes Repaired Hor#*  2330 Main Street"       -;  Witfc improred qa*u*te**s we tap-rove and twetssss aatimmik*m*Kam)9t*'  ,    &  - V, *l  %fAjV*' w. ii. #*M****t*ttf****Ss Prof*. * "4QuO*r>  2440 MAIN STREET  Fruit mi CamJy of the Highest Gra4e.  I      <L    ������-V*'  c*- % *  ^;  p m im w  We have a full line of Milts', Ohms' tN  CWMrtt's Fttcy Hfy Ooo-ls, Offtsttl Oools, etc.  Otwis,   Vmtntlitrrt Wtist Pttterai. Sctflt,  Sdtwls,' Neckwttr, etc.  Set Qrtss Catlrs, CWita'e Re*4*e* CMlrs, Toys, Scrtttt, >tw>n  Qtttls. etc. '  252 PROP WAY, WPST  PtIONe Fafretont i>97  &C0t  2446 WAIN ST.  PHONE Fairmont 2250  A Good Stock of No. 1  Fruit  and   Produce.  JOHN E. REEKIE  PROPRIETOR  y ���������  *u  We Wish Yw      '  Every Happiness and  Good Fortune During the  Year 1913.  F. J. Rolston  Car. l+5ih and Fraser  Also River Road  FOR SALE  2 new 5-room Bungalows with all conveniences.       Lots, 35 by 132 feet.  5 minutes from car. terminus.   For prices and terms apply to  REAL ESTATE        NOTARY PUBLIC  irasirl**-- Gar Tfff-alaas, Sate CsMfi  GEO. A. STEVENS .'..���������SsSu2S-.!i iwtw;  ^S  aaatsliisassliia  "Tto -WESTERN CAM**'  a  nf :^Hjiii|Xiiiv  WALTER qa^JsTJBN, candidate in Ward One,  hat a, p*rt^������*-il^diowlerd*fe of aa Aldorman's  f.ts ������>*���������*���������������>**������ isiiiiniijsT'������ s. s * * * * *'m������{it e+m m* * ** *.:.*** *  VoH for (*E0. MoSPADDENas Alderman of  Ward Four, who hat dont much to get -railroads  tatoFaWOmk.  Vote lor THOMAS BVAM8 at Alderman of  Ward Four, end bettor sewage, light, aidewalki  .���������ait for W. ft. OWEN end GEO. M. ENDA-  OOTT at Park Oonunissionerfl. They an pro.  fTttil-jt. bnt witt in the ut of public funds. Trutt  JOHN R. JACOBS  yy.  /,Am  Vot* for JOHN B. JACOBS at Aldennaa of  Ward Four, and impro*i*ement throughout the  Ward.   /���������  Much might be said of John R. Jacobs, the  strong candidate for Aldermanic honors in Ward  Four. To start with, he has good rich Irish blood,  both hit father end mother having been born in the  ' Emerald isle. His ancestors came to Ireland from  Holland with William of Orange.  , Mr. J. B. Jacobs is a young man of pleasing  ptjawnality. a clear, vigorous thinker, a good  apeaker, a man who impresses his auditors favorably, and wins by virtue of his true ability.  . Ma ia President of the Wept End Fourth Ward  Ratepayers' Association, Second Vice-President Of  the Conservative Aasociation of the city, and Honorary President of the Fourth Ward Conservative  Attoeiation.  x   Mr. Jacob's platform includes the things that  look to Vancouver's present and future growth  and development.  Vott ftr JOgJf B. JACOBS at AJderman of  T9W&8g*1m9.Wto of es������tj|fflo������v^  ���������.������.  i^fsrWal^ ;���������"���������  _^_^*F ������'������w^^T'*rT VB/*BMwFt **^a^/m99^4^9'mj9f9ja7**f*9*\wf,^ *Wmf- 9&9***t**aw 9999999 w*?*  - ^VV^������ v^ "*i^FtWW**rP tP*W '���������feJ'ssssS/ w*������Pw *}9*\mm7 yy99*���������99 my9*^mj9y99**999 w*B>  ^^^���������v^^r^jF   9^9^9W-^*W rP"'F   T**mTaMa/aam99FW^rW* #      .  ^F*ytw   *}vwvV   *9^m*]9^99*lm99m9*W*^w*)9f   **m*\m999.   ***���������*������ te*g*   mw^9m^9*jm   *99W   **������*$���������**  ** Ciss*tJ**iBs*ione**B.  WW  ���������**~'*ti**~~*~~~~~^ws****~~^"*~#*WT *~r*".  \ **rj  for AWtmanio bonort in Ward V*   Tbty art  aaaeaa? the bast.  ^^"**~~~w"**~~sp  ********  **"*~***Wv*T* ��������� ���������  ���������w ^J**-ll*"'rv*^.. Jt*P^*F'WwoJpF^.mlm      ^^W*vf    *W**jj19v    uf^FWF^F/  'V*rl?W   -plsSSB^F'   fw. *W*fSr   W*SW''v'"*P*9      *9j99*^*9*f}WwrW  Voit for Pr. Patttrton and *. I. ftfRh at Uoeatt  -..���������  THOMAS EVANS  **  !;������  1^  Vote for THOMAS EVANS at Alderman of  Ward Four, the workingman't friend.  Candidate for election as Alderman in Ward  Four for 1913 and twenty years senior partner of  . that well-known firm Hastings & Evans, is a self-  made man, having risen to his present prominence  in Vancouver's business circles by virtue of his  indomitable perseverance.  In 1910 he sold his interest in his business, thus  -leaving himself absolutely free to devote his entire  -time to any trust that may be committed to his  hands.  He is in favor of a morally Clean City, Improvements in Roads, Sewers, Lanes, Sidewalks, Lights,  Increased Water Supply, etc., and Civic Management Along Business Lines.  22 years resident in this city.  20 years an employer of Union Labor.  Vote for THOMAS EVANS tt Alderman of  Ward Four���������the progressive, tuecttaful buslnetf  . AiBBBiMjrip.  ;;  Man/ able men of .excellent reputation and unblemished. character .appear ajnong thev,candi>  dates for,Aldermanic honors.   Readers of this paper may, by   examining   our Picture <&U*-*rj,  acquaint themselves with ^���������choice aggregation of Vancouver's men of affairs who today,a<4icJtJ$t'  support of the electors for positions^ of trust and responsibility in tbe, approaching election,  C.N.JAMES  AI^ERM-ANiq CANDIDATE FOB WARD EIGHT.  ���������    Charles Nelson James modestly announces himself a candidate for aldermanic honors in Ward  Eight.   He submits his platform thus, in brief: ���������'  "My platform consists in bj^M^^^se^tive enough for Ward Enght and liberal enough for  Greater Vancouver.        .    .       ''^^;:;^7-;':.";;;.v,  "lam for the early annexation of 8outh Vancouver.     ;  "I am absolutely in favor of any reasonable arrangement With the Canadian Northern Railway:  We must have the Canadian Northern terminals in Vancouver, and I believe that the proposals at  present in hand, if they can be satisfactorily carried through, will mean a vast deal to Main Street.  and Fraser Avenue in particular.    ;    v   ;  /'. x  "We want a better sewage system in Ward Eight. We demand more sewers. And wt require  street pavements in the ward, and if I am elected I wilidomy best towards securing all the public  improvements that I possibly can, for the district.  "Further, Fraser Avenue and Jdain8treet must be given more attention by tiie Vancouver  council.  If I am elected, I will work for the best interests of these two business arteries.   I would  ilike to tee a ferry installed that would connect us with Lulu Island and the Delta, and I would like  to see the day when the farmers from these rich districts will carry their produce in by tht ton  through South Vancouver and '301,' carry it in to help reduce the present cost of living in Vancou-  t ver.  * * *���������*,*��������������� * ������im i.*������-*-������*���������������> ������ r sjji'i mm*~*m***m***m*f*t4r+*im*mm  e' i-i'   *  'i-:y'iy  I  V  Volt for 010. McSPA|)DEjr at caatjidatt ofWard Four, tho man who hat four tstiss' tgptr-  V 9mr9r*a*4W   *\*mW   ���������W^vITv't 'WSySw*  Ward Four has had the efficient service ,9f Alderman Geo. MeSpadden for four ytart ot the  latt trix. During this time Grandview hat changed from a wilderness to a city in itself. In tht  last six years street cars, electric lights, city water, sewers, sidewalks and good streets bave been  given to Grandview.  Alderman MeSpadden used hit office, his influence and ability to bring about these changes  andthat made the "wilderness bud and blossom a? the rose."'  He hat served on almost every committee in the council. He was chairman of the bridge committee when the Granville and Westminster Avenue bridges were built. He was one year chairman of the water committee and is now the chairman of the annexation committee. Previous to  hit election to the council he was for six years bailding inspector and assessor.  Mr. MeSpadden was influential in getting the Great Northern Ry. into False Creek, although  he persistently opposed them getting the sixty-four acres on the north aide. He favored the C. N.  R. agreement with the city for False Creek, but contended/for a waterway to the head of tbe creek.  This attitude he strongly maintained until 15 of the 16 councilmen voted against it, he then yielded.  He has been thoroughly tested and found genuine, a man of his word who stands for a square deal  for all.   If elected he proposes to do his utmost to build up his ward and the city.  Vote for Geo. MeSpadden, Ward 4.  Vote for Geo. McSpaddtn, Ward 4.  Vote for T. Kirkpatrick, Ward HI.  Aldennaa.  Vote for James White, Ward VI.  Alderman.  GEORGE KINO. '."*���������  Alderman George Eing, who uas served the Fourth Ward for two years, is now a candidate for  a third term. If elected for another term he will work for the following improvements for 1913:  More paved and better lighted streets for the East end, the Georgia-Harris bridge, East End viaducts, the Canadian Northern entry into False Creek, Prior street paved and connected with Venables street car line, and the moral welfare and good government of the city, etc., etc  For many years he has been interested in civic affairs, twenty years as clerk and councilmen  in Fort William, Ont., and for the last two years in Vancouver. During-the current year he has  been chairman of the market and industrial committee, serving with ability and success. Aa alderman of Fourth Ward he haa used his influence to bring about many improvements, and has worked  for the general good of the city.  ���������**,*��������� mi tmmmem+m���������+++������******  Vote fo**HT^OntAS EVANS at Alderman of  Ward Four���������the progressiva, rocctsful buiintta  ��������� Vote for GEO. MoSPADDENaa Alderaaan of  Ward Four, tiie man who intends to givt all bis  time to his Ward.  BLACK and MAHON, if elected in Ward V*,  wfflinakogood. .  FRANK X, WOODSIDE aad D. X. BUZZA art  Ward Seven's favorite candidates and will look  altar Ward mtaresta.  FRANK TRIMBLE brought Ward Eight to the  front in civie affairs.  ;.;',''��������� V*  WALTER R. HAMILTON  Vote for WALTBBB.HAMTI.TON, Ward  Four, who protniset hit whole timt to the Ward.  Inte***Hewed; Mr. WalterR. Hamilton, aldermanic candidate in Ward Four, said:  "In ^matters of local improvements aldermen  should -^courage the ratepayers yand take the  initiative rather than hinder and discourage in  the matter of building up the ward and city.  .���������a*    ������������������    ���������..*'    .* ,  "Statutes and by-laws affecting the well-being,  health and. protection of the citizens should be  strictly enforced, and every opportunity should be  grasped to secure to the city franchises such at  telephones, light, power and tran\ lines.' United  efforts should immiediately be commenced to secure  to the city ample, dockage and Federal expendi-  . ture on our harbor to provide for and attract the  enormous shipping interests tbat should be diverted to this port upon opening of the Panama CanaL  . *' Internrban tram traffic should be removed  from all leading thoroughfares.  "I believe Orientals should be compelled to live  in residences sufficienty large and ventilated to  be healthy. Crowding in hovels is a menace to tht  eity.  "Wages should be so equalized that white labor  would be employed in preference to forei������>,; Cost  of living should be reduced.  "Residents, property seekers and capittUsti  should be induced to come to Ward Four."  ���������f WrvfJ   t*sW*S*   ^9^99*r*9W*W}*f,   w*S>   v^v*Wvtw   Y*wf|f   V>^T**l^Wv*MprfV(Fvj^^'***^t  Vott for 0. K. Jamtt, Ward 8.  Vote for 010. MoSFADPBN at Aldtrmaa of  Ward Four, who bus dont much to get  *������������������ a. _  am^ a stia *a_ **  ������ wVfBS'lf fWW*2  WftTJF  Y       -**F*rTlrw ���������*��������� W*\mRr wfw^'  Vote for -709H *- -T400BS at Aktaraian tf  Ward four, and tbe oonsjrvatioo of tht ejectors'  ���������ftfflrttv-- v  Vote for IKQmT&t BVAlfS at Aldtrmaa tf  Ward fov; and the txttwion of VenaWtt ttrttt  *imi;~m*Hwr^  Volt for ^ Patttrton and R. S. Pyke, at Wotwt  m*yf^*m9m****j&*\*999*yw9 me  Vote for THOMAS BVANS at Alde*rman tf  Ward Four���������tht man who will keep hit prtwiitt,  EDWARD ADAIR  Stands for a clean, progressive city, built upon  sure and solid foundations.   , - :  Three essential factors:  1. Good citizenship.  2. Large industries. .  3. A well-developed agricultural district connected with Vancouver by excellent roads making  anto trucks available for transfer of produce to  the consumer, thus saving expense of steam or  electricity.  Vote for EDWARD ADAIR, Ward Four, and a  protperout eity of permanence and good rural  roada.  Mr. Adair haa travelled much, had large experience in road building and in occupying public positions.     .  He is a versatile candidate and a patriotic citizen.  itt? Edward Adair, Ward 4.    ^f. 11  ~y.  &m  ss  EWE  m.  *~ ���������N-'-vTM ' }<-:';-yyy-���������:..-.������������������ ���������}.  ��������� y'a ���������' t- ,'v^|lP*!���������-~'***'.'  License Coi*^^  o***i***o^  ness aad impjsrtiality have marked his coutmS^  ing his term Of office.       "Ax '."mW^yA'-^.^x .^  ^;    S^  DMeo*~^imhce of a^^^  ���������;.   jC&j**ee^^  ���������y rapid improvement of hotels are a few of th* ee--  "'���������'cbini������liak^7cliian^ yZy ���������/���������-.  H re-elected this policy will be jpursiaed withe-at77  i;partt3������yi-?;-7 .^: ��������� ':::y y\ A}-'m^ ^���������-^'-���������r ���������" -.  Vote for GeorgeMto^WortvaV-'-'-**^  'yy ' ^y .��������� ; ,v.v.V- '^V: V.- ; :/V.  A. P. BLACK  A. P. BLACK, ESQ., lives on 12th .Avenue East,  and for a number of years has been; Very active  as a citizen in promoting the interests of the  Ward and of the city at large. He is a business  man of wide knowledge, an old resident of the  city, well posted in its requirements, and has a  forceful manner in presenting his cause. He wat  tor tome yeara one of the assessment commissioners, Which gives him a special knowledge of civit  affairs,  He will look after Ward V. well.  All signs point to A. P. Black as a winning candidate for Aldermanic honors in Ward Five." Hit  reputation for business ability and integrity, hit  experience in public and corporation matters, together with bis pleasing personality/eminently  qualify him for Aldermanic duties and honors in  Vancouver. The electors of Ward Five can safely  -entreat to his hands their multiplied interests.  Mr. Black has well defined views as to an Alderman's duties in everything that concerns the  moral, social, educational and financial development of the city. A splendid physique, a trained  mind and ready tongue, distinguish and qualify  him to be a leader of men. __  Knowing him personally, we feel sure that, with:  bit personality and executive ability, he will mejro  a very appreciable addition to the Aldermanic  -Beard. ������������������������������������������������������  '  MAfW* u*4 BLAOK of Ward Vv itould *t  ��������� Vote for THOMAS ���������VAjfS as Alderman of  Ward?oar-tte wan who willkeep Jilt prawliae,  Vott for GEO. MoSPAPpM**^^ ������f  Ward Four, tat man who baa both chairman tf  many lumortant committees.  Volt for CT. 0. PELBBMB/Ward Four, and  iMMotloa of fuel in the city and Art protection  fb?'Grandview.  Vote for Or. Fattenon and B. I* PyJ-#- as Wceutt  Oomntistionert.  am ^*aaa*jm*m^a*ewmr*'wm wt  e. N- JAMES  AlderrpanicCandidate for Ward 8  '   See Page Four for Write-up  C. W. ENRIGHT  C. W. Enright as License Commissioner stands  fer raising the standard of many hotels to meet  the demand of the traveling public and to be in  keeping with Greater Vancouver, and strict enforcement of laws governing same.  Aid. Enright is well known in Vancouver and  now solicits your vote and influence for the important position of License Commissioner for 1913.  Vote for Chas. William Enright,  License Com**0ifcfdoner.  Vote for W. B. Owen, as Park Conunisatoner.  Vote for THOMAS EVANS as Aldennan of  Ward Four, and civic management along business  lines.  Vote for WALTER HEPBURN, the mas who  leekt afttr ha* Ward and Qi*ea*tr Vt-sT-ceuvor.  Stftik/,  y^y.yxyy,  a rigid fuel  strait ^ the bitj, Of Vtanc^^^ w  st^ets-^iihwtan^ Gi_dview  ^tMsjf': pertaining to the city's best m<itiWLyyxy*A-: Ayyxyyy.yy.yyh >-.^, ~f'������������������-��������� !W.v.-*v. f  **m  WSr-STTi  mim  m  m999mmmmmB99mm*maaammaaa^  ;iig;,i;|i^  11  WALTER HEPBURN -,������������������---���������':,/.  ATIBOTOA-^  Alderman Walter Hepburn, candidate for aldermanic honors in Ward One, needs no introduction to our readen, fpr few men a^  events and business transactioM vital to the growth of Vancouver, ^  known centracto^:tf abjHtt^ ^yyy-myyyy yrAy^AA  He served as alderman in 1907,1908,1910and 1912.  He is now ^candidate for a fifth term,  and promises to twi^ with an abihty and faithfidneas that has always  et, and always  the board,  every important matter ef civic interest.   Nature gifted  him with keen perceptions, a cHtii-fllmind, re^yiittferahce. and boundiess*e^age, thusconirtitut-  ing him an irrepressible and invincible member of ^  VoU for Geo**gt King, Ward 1 Vott for W.^  Vote for JOHN B. JACOBS at Aldennan of Ward Foijr, ai* Oira^  MAHON and BLACK of Wai*d V. *u*e i*tmre senUtive man.  Votefor FBANK TBQEBLE,Ward Eight's AL Vote for WaHer B^bunj, Ward 1.  dermanic oandidate,    ,    yyy :7<Vv-:?vE^  ALPXCC^ANP  ALEX. CLELAND bat been one of our acquaintances for about fifteen yean, and during that  tune we have learned to respect and honor bim. A man of sterling qualities-���������a success in hit  business, and * good citizen. Mr. Cleland will bring to his duties as an aldennan a wide practical  knowledge, which it an altogether too scarce feature in our councils. We want men who know the  practical side of great public undertakings in our ycouncils and Mr. Cleland bat tbo knowledge, consequently will be a valuable man.  Mr. Cleland, after devoting a long term to work of material development requiring bard labor,  turned his attention more particularly to contracting, in which capacity be it well and widely  known. As a business man and a man of strong social instincts he has a long-established reputation for honor and veracity. ' ^  ' Mr. Cleland it familiar with the city, and is in touch with its ambitions and needs for future  enterprises. The mora), social, educational and financial development of Vancouver appeal to bim  most thoroughly.   He intends to devote bis entire time to aldermanic duties.  T^^o?AT^^9^^i^w^T^iy^^  :7fS8j|p  :''J"S*fj  ^^yWym^M^m^^m&  ���������-;*:; ��������� j- y;-*,--.v:;.?s--*is*e**^  ���������ConiliilM  ���������' ~wmm.  "  Tf**  .1  :>:  if  *-*-&-  rs  Vote for THOMAS EVANS as Aldtrman of 7a:cl Tcur, the workingman't friend-  Vote for WALTER R. HAMH.TON, Ward ?car���������tbe candidate of original Mats.  MAHON and BLACK: of Ward V. art success :nl bi-siaess men.  FRANK TRIMBLE has bad two terms' exper~'���������P~c as Alderman.  Vote for Dr. Patttraon and B. S. Pyke, at License OommJ-sioners.  Vote for C. C. Delbridge, Ward 4. Vote for Frank Trimble, Ward ���������..  JAMES WHITE  James White was elected alderman for Ward Six in 1910> During that year he succeeded in  getting a lot of streets recommended for pavement. He got eight blocks of Fourth Avenue paved;  also South Granville Street to the city limits.  Other streets, namely, first and Second Avenues, were not completed when the wet weather  started in the fall. This caused a lot of dissatisfaction in the Ward. When the 1911 election  came around he was not perr-Hted to take part in the campaign owing to the sickness and death  of his wife. At the beginning of 1912 he was again induced to offer himself as a candidate and was  elected at the head of the poll.  Alderman White is a great believer in a Greater Vancouver. He has this year again made a  record in the expenditure of money in Ward Six. He is an untiring worker in the interest of bis  ward and the city. Unassuming, yet when roused is one of the most able and eloquent debaters  either in Dominion* Provincial or Civic politics.  iillili  ;:������w**er^dJM*^^ ^.y.-;,^ ',^^>i^M^n^^v;.-^^i!s^^  Nflrtfttiw^  ". *: -Bmrtendm*^*^^  ai^*nt|^ob������le*  ;:>^4^Pen*^^  thy motto and taft to f<"""'"  xy  C.E. MAHON  a-si  yy^mig  mymmm  AAiW&km  C. E, MAHON���������I  mires hU integ^y.   Yon c^  C. E. Mahon.   He has been a very active  in civic matters and has a very comj  knowledge in civic affairs.  The eleetors of  V. are very fortunate in securing him ts a ei  date, and we believe he will make a  and able representative.   We are moot  that only men of known integrity shall be  and are pleased that we shall have the 'o9r^"^���������--wMmm&*  ity of tiwor^k^nmh as those :who-|ii>p||^^a  ,   Today he is in the prime of ^S^^f^^^^-^L -ll.  vigor, mental aptitaide Md moi*al w  a man in'e-*^^rmy:o^^  Vancouver. - The e������ctort of Wtm'^i^maw&m^miMm  people of \5for9ffi<?^  that Mr. u$mm#^^  " tiont: and': eonaen^to^^^  ��������� manic 'nonora.';: yyi ��������� \:A ��������� y y':MyAyM;M^mffi^l^m  /..eity^ooun^wS^W  eats ot Vancouver will be safeguarded *y oneitmmi  bat proven himself at once competent and in evtrf;  way truttworthy.   ���������       ���������       :,' "fy?  BLACK wd MAHON of Ward V. art wnwlit  will bt **etptottd and trutttd*  Vote for FBAHK TBIMBI* tbt ltvtl->ta4f-f  bmtuafiman  Vote for THOMAS BVAJTS at AWtmsii tf  Ward Four, a man with 20 ytart' clean  ������������������tcordfet-becitr.  Vottnftr 0W. IM-^ADDENW^  Ward fmjm was wl������ iitandj to  Vott for 090* WHO at Alo>nnaa of Wsf*|  Four--tbt e*^tnced owd^datt and ff tuutwfal  ��������� sMlsnltssSSsI jnMjn  aw*ai*aj*\*mmajww  *r~f������Pf������',v*~*" _  Votf for Edward Adair, Ward i  To vote for WALTER ftJPBHJtlf, you |n^  w9 wllf' wHf tW***aF T**/jy^*22ff *   ^^      es**������ * ***BB*B**a~^s������*asB***s*������jBT'      ea*****K_^**Sn  Vote for WALTBR B. HABaf**TpWf Wfff  Four, and Improved .a9a*m9MM-m999mW  Vote for JOHH B JACOBS at At**uitm ef  Ward Four, tbt strong candidata, tbt ns������ tf  thoughU and words.  Vote for Oto. M Bndacott, at Park Con****4e*rtouefi  i^slii  ;:V  T. KIRKPATRICK  Aid. Thomas Kirkpatrick, who has served an  alderman for three years, is now before the electors of Ward Three. His record is a matter ef  history, his views on civic affairs are established.  Mr. Kirkpatrick solicits the vote and influence ef  the electors for another term. Speaking at the  Orange Hall recently on increase of dockage for  Va*jtcouevr Aid. Kirkpatrick said: "I think we  should have a municipal dock, but I believe one ia  sufficient for the heeds at present."  He advocates economy in the expenditure of eity  money.  His residence is at the corner of Powell St. and  Templeton Drive.  *40mam  *m++UUte*mme0*>  Vote for GEO. McSPADDEN ta Alderman of  Ward Four, the man who bat helped Grandview  grow and improve.  Vote fbr THOMAS EVANS at Aldtrman of  Ward Four, and civic management along  lines.  \ \yiyy  .'A-] 'ryA  6  THE WESTERN CALL  vr'l  .'.',-  'it--  -j  tteeetteeteteetteetteoeeet  * If You A,re Sick *  OALL ON  ERNEST $HAW,D.C.  (Doctor of Chiropractic)  250 22nd Avenue East  Chiropractic  succeeds   where  medicine fails. - :.>< ���������;���������.���������������������������'���������>���������  Hdurs 1:30 to 6 Consultation free  ���������teeeeteeeeeeeeeteteeeeeee  HcsMstamd Artistic  Dsntistty  Themost scientific and  up-to-date methods  DR. W. J; CURRY  DENTIST  301 Dominion Trust Bldg.  Open from 9 to 5 and 7 to 8.  ��������� RING UP SEYMOUR 2354 FOR  APPOINTMENT.  ^I*1>I41II I*4*<l*ll4t* M������*OM������-li-tll>l*>tTtlHllM>������lt*l  Alde*-man Hepburn  **  Vote for Alexander Pineo Black,  Ward V. Alderman.  rvntfeae**'  Ociui*<c**tsni  For CONFIDENTIAL IN.  VB5TI0A-*IONS you want  a man ofintegritjr. sapor-  JtawattdhMHy. Thstmatt  ia Johnston; sa-ne- enar-  antesd. Vide press The  Se-MtSerriesBur-san.  SIS  The Queen Tea Rooms  6iS OranvRle Street  Luncheon and Afternoon  Teas a Specialty  T  ***  ERNEST SHAW, DC.  (Doctor of Chiropractic)  250 22nd Ave. E.  Close to Main Street  Office Hours : 1:30 to 6.  Often a slight derangement of the  spine is the cause of prolonged disease  and suffering. Chiropractic corrects  tne Spine.  Try a "CALL " ad.  B> Vote for Onirltt I. Mahon, Ward V. Alderman.  ********** 11 11 it Htm im loteit 1111 ******************  WARD V  \ C. E, MAHON,  V  Consenting to many solicitations, presents him- j  self as Candidate for Election as Alderman in Ward :  Five.  Electors are invited to study his fitness for the ;  : office and follow their convictions as to his election. :  ���������                             '                                  ,        ..:               '''...'V        ��������� '' -  ������������������������������������MIHMH<*������������.M1IHI4QI4111 im*H*ll HtM������ltttt  Vote for Charles B. Mahon, Ward V. Alderman.  M������rie������������<i*������ii'*initiiii|i-*-t \������e;������t������������4t������>i|.at(s>������������������t������t-������������������tt������t  Use Stave lake Power  Those Industries are fatter    ���������  In ultimate results wWcli uw our electric  power service. The factories or office build-  ings>bichoperate private power plants are  ��������� under a big expense for maintenance. A  triflingaccident may disorganize their whole  svstem��������� more serious disturbance, with  attendant beavy losses involved, are not  preventable. Stave J^ake fower is undo-  niablylcheaper and more reliable than pri-  vatelplant operation. Seeus for particulars  and rates.  Western Ml       ~~  umtojd  i Wwwi leymiNir 4770     603-610 Carter-Cotton BWg. \;  /      P. O. BOX X418, VANCOUVER, B. C. ���������    \\  'n��������� n-n-m 111 t*********** ********in>n>������ini-uiik  Respectfully solicits your vote  and influence for a  *. '���������"*"'��������� ���������  Fifth Term as Alderman of      *  Ward One.  i..|.^.t.������,;.^������4MHNi..i.|..|.4i.l.i|i.|.i|.it,,|i,ii,i,|iit.ori IMH I I'M Ml **** ********  '"'Nem''.:.Th*m*r*y:.;yy.:A'xy  The new eleren storey theatre and  hotel now under eottstrnctlon at the  corner of Pender and Burrard streets,  at a total cost of nearly f 1,000,000, will  be ready for occupancy on August 1,  191*,; A ���������  A New Industry. '  A Kite costing 1100,000 on Homer  street has just been bought by the  Charles Fawcett Co., "Ltd., of Sackville,  N.B., stove manufacturers. A three-  storey warehouse now standing on the  site will be used temporarily.  ��������� ������*"H"l-*������������ IM \*****\*e*e >t 11'. Ot<l' I 1 '**** ****** *** ** I It I'l 10  Park Commissioner  . R.  ��������� a..  Is a candidate for reelection as Park Commissioner  and respectfully solicits  your vote and influence.  The C.P.R. has just sold a tract of  land in the southern part of Vancouver to an investment company for a  sum approximating $750,000. Residences to the value of $2,000,0000 will  be erected during 1913 and subsequent  years.  CHURCHES  Si, PHEASANT    BAPTIST    CHURCB  Cor. Tenth Ave. and Quebee St.  Preachlns Services���������**.! a.m.    and    7:S0  p.m.'  Sunday School at 2:10 p.m.  CENTRAL BAPTIST CHUBCH  . Cor. 10th Ave. and Laurel St.  Services���������Preachlns at 11 a-m. and 7:|0  p.m.   Sunday School at 2:30 p.m.  Rev . P. Clifton Parker. M.A, Pastor. v  llth Ave. W.   ��������� v  Vote for the Exhibition By-Law.  Alderman King's claim that the city  market is a paying enterprise is  backed by* figures and facts. Its inane this year is $4*500, against $2,000  for last year. He favors the city  market extension bylaw, the Bast End  viaduct bylaw, and the exhibition bylaw for the Improvement of the exhibition buildings at Hastings Park.  lonst*.  MT. PLEASANT CHURCH  Cor. 10th Ave. and Ontario.  Services���������Preaching at  11  a.TO. and at  7:.' p.m.    Sunday   School   and   Bible  Class at 2:80 p.m. .,  Rev. W. Lashley Hall, B.A.B.D., Pastor  Parsonage, 123 llth Ave. W. Tele. Fairmont 1449.  A*re*upA*tr.  ��������� -  ST. MICHAEL'S CHURCH  Cor.  Broadway and  Prlnoe Edward St.  Services���������Morning Prayer; at 11 am.  Sunday School and Bible class at 1:3*.  ��������� p.m. '      -    :  Evening Prayer at 7:30 p.m.  Holy Communion every Sunday at 8 a.m.  and 1st and 3rd Sundays at 11 s-m.  Rev. O. H. Wilson, Rector  -Rectory, Cor.  Sth Ave. and Prince Edward St Tele. Fairmont 406-L.  ������������������������������������I-11111 Ii 11111 lll<'tt*14* 11 <0<4 1II111 Ml M II III! I llllt-tT.  Vote for Frank Everett Woodaide, Ward VH. Aldernian.  ******>********'t 11 ie* ee*$<tO**************************  Your Vote and Influence are Respectfully Solicited ���������! I  ��������� ���������::: <������������������������������������ .���������":-y for  As Alderroanic (^ndictefetor War4 Four.  '    r : .";.'���������    A.' '.  '���������*'," ���������'*'������������������'r i'Aj A '  ''  - " ~-\ ' ' ,      '���������'      ' '  -  ��������� ���������' r '      '  All prbint^ oppor- \  tunity Jc>st ^ Ward Four ;:  m  s**.*f..|****.*4W'*M'f������f *M'������f.������*)*9 *}*f������Mfj������������JMf *M*****t���������������������������>���������������������  t������������,������������������������������������������,+*���������(������������������.������������+������+��������� ********* a������������������������^������ft������i������*ttt*tt������������������������ti  ! C. W.|brightl  VOTO FOR  tt | M M111 te 11MI ****������**4Q *** ***** Hi ** 4 1 * ****** ***> >  WARD IV  m^^m^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^maaaaaa^aaaaaaamaaaaaaaaaaaaaaayaaaaJaaaaaaaaa^t  > - V  * *  .  Your Vote and Influence  are respectfully solicited  for aldermanic honors in  Ward Four by  GEORGE KING  as license Conroissioner  . Uw stands for raising the Standard of Many ;  Hotels to meet the demand of the Trayeling Fuhlic.';  and to he in Jr-eeping^-mth Greats Vancouver, an4 \  strict enforcement of taws governing same. SJ3J3 ]  HIS RECORD DURING PAST THREE YEARS j  ON CITY COUNCH..  A herd* of elk Is now being secured  ln Wyoming for Strathcona Park, the  new B.C. Wonderland on Vancouver  Island.  OEDAR COTTAGE PRESBYTERIAN  OHURCH  Rev. J. O. Madill. Pastor.  Services���������11 a.m., 7:30 p.m,  2.80 p.m.���������Sunday School and Bible  Vote for Frank Everett Woodside,  Ward VII. Alderman.  Vote for toe Exhibition By-Law.  MRS, YOUMQ  Qlvaa Prmotfoal Mdalom  On Business Adaptation, Health and  Happiness  805 Granville  Street, Corner Robson  , Hours: 10 a. m. to 9 p. m  Vott for David Edgar Bnsaa,  Ward VII. Alderman.  Vote for Frank Everett Woodaid������.  Ward VII. Alderman.  Buy Your Reading Matter  v ��������� From ���������  CHRISTIAN LITERATURE DEPOT LTD.  U 75 Granville Street  Cards, Mottoes and Devotional Books.  Largest Stock of Bibles in Western Canada.  Everything at ^lose Cut Rates.   .  .ile.|.e.i.������.|.������.i.e.i.e.|.e.t*e.|.������it.t.|.������.i.e.t.������ **************************)  Vote for tbe Exbibition By-Law. Vote for tbe Exhibition By-Law.  ������,*.4..|ui..*,.|..*.l*.,|..|.|li|.*.|M|il|.,tii*MtMti.*,ititi,|.fO-H-4^^^^-^^  >-������������-I^���������M���������*l���������^M^-^^l^^^���������^^'!^<'l^^^^tl^^^^^^t^^l^���������^^ll���������0���������^-*^^^  Vote for Alexander Pineo Black, Ward V. Alderman.  ^,i,\ni.i.^,i.*,i lnl^*.l.l������������������^^^*.l^***^ i ot-44'44 *4*4 i-****************  . A. P. BUCK FOR WARD V  -���������  *���������*  ���������������  *���������������.  ��������� *  ��������� ���������  Mr. A. P. Black is a candidate for  aldermanic honors in the Fifth Ward.  Knowing him personally, we feel sure  that, with his personality and executive  ability, he will make a very appreciable  additwn to the Aldermanic Board. Your  vote and influence will be well placed if  used to elect Mr. Black.  Ward VII  I Unanimously endorsed by South Ward Seven Rate-  : payers' Association and Good Government League ;  < *    . *  Mr. D. E. Buzza  has consented to run as Alderman for Ward Seven. \ j.  Candidate Buzza is a resident of the district, has ;;  been the President of the Ratepayers' Association  for two years, and is pfenning to give his entire  time to working for the interests of Ward Seven. ;  This scientific paving composition combines  in the greatest degree the qualities of  .  PWABJUTY,  ECOWMY, NOJSSL^SNSSS,  NONWPPERWJSSS. H3SU4SNCY OR  ^ASTICITY,   SAWTAHmESS  It has won the highest favor with drivers  of horses and automobiles. It has been  studied closely by municipal engineers all  over the continent, find has been adopted  by fifteen cities in Canada and over two  hundred in the United States.  COUJNBIA WTUMTHIC, 1TP.  445 GRAN VJJXE STREET, VANCOUVER  (Cor. Granville and Pender)  Phone Seymour 7J30  Vote for David Edgar Buna,   Ward V0. Alderman.  fit**-* ******** ������mmt������t������iO. in m hi iti*i i i i ii m I m ������  i >  ������������������-i"t"i"t"i-������'������*������4"i"������"i"t''i'������-i'-t-'t"i-e*������������**ot*^  Vote for David Edgar Bnsaa>   Ward VH. Alderman.  ���������������..-..*..M*-M"M"*"M"l"M * 111 *' t*****0*****4***4'*******<****4t***<'  tllHHIIIMIIIH'lllUHH  *.������*��������������������������� tl������lt<tltieitlt4tlt������t  Your Vote and Influence are Respectfully Solicited ;;  '-.by      y     ;..  '     .','   ���������  As Aldermanic Gandidate  ���������^= For Ward Founds-  **** tt I HI I H 1111 I'l 111 MMOU 111111*4 ****** 11 ***** HI*  WARD IV  } WALTER R. HAMILTON I  Respectfully Solicits Your Vote and Influence  as Aldermanic  Candidate for Ward Four.  | Mr. Hamilton  has been endorsed  by  the Good :;  Government  League.  SIMM 1 III' 111 It I l-MI tl*. KOH1111I4 I U M I < 11 * 111III **i  WARD VIII  Your INFLUENCE and  VOTE are Respectfully  Solicited By  Frank Trimble  As Aldermanic Candidate for Ward Bight ,x
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TairGOT-r-r-na, a. c
mmmu* ot coast
no. a.
Take notice that I, Alfred Barker, et
Vancouver. B. C. occupation, plumber,
Intend to apply for permission to purchase .the following described lands:���
CUan-nonclnc at a post planted, about
fourteen .miles in a northerly, diretion
from the north-west corner of survey
Lot Number thirty-nine (3��), and on the
east aide of the Kle-na-Klene River;
thenee -ieinfch etthy chains; thence .west
eighty .chains; thence south el��hty
chains; tteHhoe .eaat eighty chains to tha
point of oonuuencement.
Par Chaa. McHardy, ageat.
Dated Nova-utter l*th, ltll.
wamvoviam, m. o\. mam
*afa*t-ri��t of Oaaat Mama*. me. a
Take notice that 1, Jtoha A. Catterall.
of Vancouver. B. C, occupation, clerk.
Intend to apply Iter pat-s-assloa .to purchase the following daaertbed landa:���*
Commencing at a poet ***aatetl about
fourteen mllee In a norUarly dlreeUoa
from tha aorth-west earner of tror-rar
Lot Number thirty-nine <{*���), and oa
tbe eaat aid* of the Ue-tsa-faaBe Btveri
thence south eighty ohalas; tttanee west
eighty ch*Unsf thence -smST el*rht*-
chains; theace aaat eighty chalas to tha
point of commencement
Per Chas. McHardy, ageat
Dated November ISth, ltll.
ramooormm, a. a, *-Ajr��
-Metatet ��t oeeet* meege, me. *.
Take notice that I, Samuel C. Cornwall, of Vaneouver, B. C, occupation accountant intend   to apply  for pertnle-
aloa to purchase the foliowlag described
- landa:��� ���
Commencing at a post planted about
six miles in a. northerly direction from
the north-west corner of aurvey. Z-ot
number thirty-nine (89). and on the aaat
side of the lae-na-Kleae River; thenee
north eighty chains ;-ttence west eighty
chains; thence south eighty chatns;
thence eaft atght** chalna to the point
of commencement.
)? '   ��� Per-Chaa. McHardy, ageat.
Dated November Uth. HU.
tamoovtwm,-'ii^d, u*m�� rratnuor.
mtemu*or Ooaet meage, me. a.
Take notice that I, Prank R. Cern-
. waU. of Vancouver, B. C, occupation ac-
li countant intend to apply for permission
to   purchase   the   following   described
Commencing at a post planted six
miles in a northerly direction from the
north- west corner of survey Lot number
thirty-nine (*���). and on the east aide of
the Kle-na-Klene- River; thence south
eighty chains; thence west eighty chains;
thence north eighty chains; thence east
eighty chalna to the point of commencement ��� ' ��������� ���x:-. y.
Per Chas. McHardy, agent
Dated November 16th, 1912.
VAJtoouraaV ��. o, tuom maraxem.
y'mitimu* of Ooaet Bange, Mo. a.
Take notice that I, Alfred Williams,
of Vancouver, B. C... occupation clerk.
Intend to .apply for permission to pur-
' chase the following described lands:���
'    Commencing at a post planted about
eight miles lh a northerly direction from
fcthe  north-west v corner of   survey Lot
* number thirty-nine (89), and on the east
side of the Kle-na-Klene River; thence
south eighty chains; thence west eighty
chains:    thence   north   eighty   chains;
thence eaat eighty chains to the point 6f
Per Chaa. McHardy, agent
Dated November l��th, 1912.
vajvoou in, a. et, *&ajn> **na*n**o*t.
Mat-riot of Ooaat -tain Me. a.
Take notice that I, James McCreath,
of Vancouver, B. C, occupation mercantile agent Intend to apply for permta-
slon to purchase the following described
lands:��� ��� .;.
Commencing at a post planted about
eight miles in a northerly direction from
the north-west corner of aurvey Lot
number thirty-nine (19), and on the east
side of the Kle-na-Klene River; thence
north eighty chains; thenee west eighty
chalna; thence south eighty chalna:
thenee eaat eighty ahalaa to the point ox
commencement  -
wuuuwmvmu***.    3AMBa  McCRBATH.
Per Chaa. McHardy. agent
Dated November 19th, 1914.
BiaaHil ef oeea* waage* Me. a.
Take notice that 1, David Cheat-nan,
ef Vancouver. B. C, oocupatloa olerk,
intend to apply for permiesioa to purchase tha following deaerlbed lands:���
Commencing tit a post planted about
tea miles in a northerly direction from
the north-west corner of survey Lot
number thirty-nine (ft), and oa the east
side of the Kle-na-Klene River; thenco
south eighty chains; thaace weat eighty
chains; thence north eighty chalna;
tnence eaat eighty chains to tha point
of commencement
Per Chas. McHardy, ageat
Dated November llth, HIS.
TAnoouraa, a. a, xjuto wtamaxot.
Watrlel off C-Met Meage, ST*, a.
Take notice that I. John N. OTJrls-
coll. of Vancouvar. B. C.' occupation
merchant intend to apply fer permission to purchase tht following described
lands:���*,    ���.��� ������   - .-���������.- ������.��� ..;.,.��,
Con-itnancitag at a post planted 'about
ten miles in a northerly direction from
the north-west corner of aurvey. Lot
number thirty-nine (St), 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.        ���,
Per Chas. McHardy, agent   .
���': Dated November 19th, 1912.
VA-toonvaa, a. o��� xjlmb mamtwot.
Mat-riot of Ooaat Staaga, Me. a.
Take notice that I, Samuel Flack, of
Vancouver, i*. C, occupation broker, intend to apply for permission to purchase the following described landa:���
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 oh the
east side of the Kle-na-Klene River:
thence south eighty chains; thence west
eighty chains; thence north- eighty
chains; thence east eighty chains.to the
point of commencement
.  Par Chas. McHardy,*: agen,t
Dated November, 18th; 1912.   .
VA-t<-e*r-r*s*a, n. o^ xjcaa vxattnot.
���7   nisteict off Ooae* a**����tt, wo, a
Take notice; that L Robin p. Rose,
of Vancouver, B. C. oceupation salesman, intend tp 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 aurvey
Lot number thirty-nine (19). and on the
eaat aide of the Kle-na-Klene River;
thenee north eighty chalna; thence west
eighty chains; thence south eighty
chains; thence east eighty chalna to the
point of commencement
Per Chaa. McHardy.. ageat
Dated November 18 th." 1912.
ramooiinram, m. a, *-***-*�� j*-*-r-**uo*.
Ms-Hot off Oeeet meat*, Wo. a.
Take notice that I, Frank Buckley,
of Vancouver. B. C, occupation ���Clerk
Intend to appty for permission to purchase the following described lands:���
Commencing at a post planted about
twelve miles in ta northerly direction
from the. north-west corner of survey
Lot number thirty-nine (Strand on tha
aaat side of the Kle-na-Klene River;
thence north eighty chalna; thence eaat
eighty .chains; thence eouth eighty
chalna; thence weat eighty chelae ta tha
point off commencement
Per Chaa. McHardy, ageat
Dated November lath, if it.
a. ei,aaa*��
off aeea* aamm* a*, a
_ Take notice that I, James T. Lea, off
Vancouver, B. C. occupation surveyor,
intend tb apply for permieeloa to purchase the foliowlag deacrlbad lands:���
.Commencing/at a poet planted about
twelve mllee in a northerly direcuen
from . the aorth-west comer of aurvey
Lot number thirty-nine (Stipend on the
east aid* off the Kle-na-Xlsne: River;
thence south eighty chains; thenee eaat
eighty chalna; thence north eighty
chains; thence west eighty chains to the
point off commencement
���7 : '���:���   JAMES T.  LEE.   .
'��� Per Chaa; McHardy, ageat
Pattd November lltb, 1912.
YAJfoo���'��� am, a. on i*a*tB amnaxoa.
B��B%ie�� ef teaat Ba*t��r% >���. a
Take notice that I, Thomas M. Carter,
of Vancouver. B.. C., occupation merchant Intend to apply for permission to
purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about
fourteen miles 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 south eighty chains; thence east
eighty chains; thence north eighty
chains; thence west eighty chains to the
point of commencement      .
Per Chas, McHardy, agent
Dated 'November 18th, 1912.
vaboou wan, b. oi, **tAj**t ataraxot.
���:; XMat-rlet of Ooaat Bang*, - Wo. a.'
Take notice that I, Joseph Clarke, of
Vancouver, B. .C, occupation merchant
Intend to apply for permission to pur*
chase the following described lands:���
. Comniencln*- at a poet planted about
fourteen miles 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 chaips; thence: eaat
eighty   chains;    thence   south   eighty
chatns; thence west eighty chains to the
point of commencement ,
j6seph clark^e. ;;���
Per Chas. McHardy. agent 7
Dated November 18tb, 1912.
I 89-U-12HZ4-W8
Nlnaty Hlndua Otaml-aaed from Urnb***-
1 Dna In great mea-nurt totM evidence that waa glTon at fat recent
trlala for perjury in New Weatrninater,
the management of the SmaU-Bucklln
lumber mllla In tbe Royal City have
decided to dlamlaa every Hindu In
their employment and to replace them
with white labor. Thia declalon waa
arrived at only after long and careful
consideration of the circumatancea ln
connection with the charges.    ^
It will affect about ninety Hlndua,
who realded in ahacka, the property of
the company. In order to make the
declalon all the more effective/ the demolition of tbote ahacka waa commenced yesterday, and by evening the
majority of them bad been rated to
the ground br lire.  '
In the course pf the evidence at the
recent trlala it waa alleged that, in
order to retain their Jobi, the Hlndua
had been in the habit at giving bribee
to certain offlclala, and. the management were influenced in the step they
have taken by this fact
7 The government dredge Maatadon
haa been commlaaioned to remove the
Parthla shoal, lncreaalng the depth at
the entrance to Vancouver harbor
from SI to 80 feet Thia improvement
will greatly benefit deep-sea shipping.
Visiting the site of the university at
Point Grey recentlv the attorney-
general and the Hon. Dr. H. E. Young,
minister of education, spent several
hours in looking over the ground, having in mind several' additional plans
which will probably be carried out in
connection with the construction of
the new buildings. Dr. Young, although the statement waa not given
out, intimated that the newest idea, in
Tegard.to the university Was that
there would be more land attached to
the grounds than the original plans
called for. Prom the knowledge
gained it was practically alcertalned
that-tiie new plan is to put 100 additional acres of land on to the 170
acres which are now planned.
- depends upon the condition of your swne. To
enjoy perfect health get
your spine adjusted py
(Doctor of Chiropractic)
250 22nd Avenwe ^ust
' (Clott to Main at)
Office Hours: 1:80 to 6.
���'. TajawtitB-t aaan ��� nni*i*aic*p '
TAKEn^lce that Herman V^Vance,
of Vancouver, B. C., occupation Farmer,
intends to apply for permission to lease
the following described lands :���
Commencing at a post planted IS
chains Inland from the East shore of
Homfray Channel, about 20 chalna North
Bast of the mouth of Marble Creek.
Lloyd Point West coast of the mainland of British Columbia ant adjoining
John Pederaen's application for lease op
the East; thence Bast 20 chains: thence
South 20 chains; thence West 20 chains
to the South East corner of Jphn Pederaen's location; thence North .along tho
Bast line of Pede-raea'a application 20
chains to point of commencement.
Pate, 9th December. 1912.
**��t****i ���***fB**fi*f eov
Re Lot is. Block 19. DJ* itf^Oreup
I. New Westminster pietrlat: Jg&ereee
proof of less of Certificate, off Title No.
42fTt fer ����� undlvlded^alf interest ia
the above mentioned property, issued in
the name of Law A. Tarn, has. been filed
in this ofllce, notice Is hereby given that
I shall at the expiration of one month
from the date or the first publication
hereof issue a duplicate of such Certificate of Title unless iii. the meantime
valid objection be made to me In writing.
Dated at the Land Registry Office at
Vancouver this 19th day of December,
A.D. 4912;
District Registrar.
Dae. 2f, 1912. to Jan. 17. 1918*
See Our
Semi - Ready Sale
Save Your Dollars
" BARGAIN " is a word that bas been much
abused. Usually it means merely a reduced
price for some undesirable piece of goods.
But at the *%eml-Ready Removal
Sale it is different.   We are selling suits
for which you would willingly pay the full
.    price and be satisfied, under the usual conditions.
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 a
519 Granville St.
Thomas & McBain
Sole Agents:
Semi-Ready Tailoring, Vancouver
in allicojors and
50c per 5-lb. pkg.
929 BrMwfiy, I   flume Flit. !.:fi
MM 11 It��� >111 11II*******
3334 Male St. \
; Our stock of Furniture \
; is Large, Modern and <
; adapted to the tastes of ��
Buyers. *
I Dressers, Buffets, Tables \
: Chairs, Couches, Mat. *
: tresses, Bedsteads, etc
! A complete line of
' * Linoleums. Carpet Squares, ete.
! Drop in and inspect oar goods.
��� Thia is where yoa get a sqaare sj
- deal. 4
. if. H. COWAN t
.���..|..t.,��,.t-4,4,*.,*.*.��<,^*i4,,*l t* ��� *..ii.|ii|i|.j
kruw d**sn**st
If he onnot
the MASVJCL, aeeept no
crther. bat ssea stamp tot Viae, i
txatsd boeJc-sealed. It cItm Ml
Cattle Klnga Looking thia Way.
That California cattle Idnxa have
their eyes on thp Canadian West is
the atatement made in Vancouver recently by R. Q. Morriaon, of San
FVanciBco, who la in the market to
secure 100,000 acres of **ra��lng land.
The tracts will probably be located
hew;Edmonton:  7        'y/']'\ '<"������
aad WH1B.Y Exereisen
���nd Chest Developert; Inditn Clube ;
Wood or Iron Dumb-bellc*,
A very complete stock on bsrjd.
th /i'
arm'    ' >        * J3-"
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"y'.iA: :yy>y:A$\
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as candidate for re-election
as iilifetii^
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We have a complete line of
Trttpani, Sicily, Dec l9.--Roland G
Garros, the French aviator, made a
splendid flight yesterday over the Mediterranean Sea from Tiinfs, Africa, to
Sicily. He landed near Trapani, having covered about 160 miles over
water1.     ' "'
This establishes a new over-sea record.
Vote for Frm* IBvertn WoocWdt,
WarO VU. iUdtrinwi.
Swmti BrQ9.\
nmfreumetfeeme I
varments of all description"**!
Itt. Offlet, SiM t Main. Phone Fair. 504
Warts, 529 >3tb ��?���., E.. PIcqi Fair. 674
Full Line of
Wall Papers
From 5c up.
Stanley & Co.
Coatractioj- Paperhaaters
2317 Main Street
Phone Fairmont 998
in Pure Wool, moderately priced
- form $2.50 to $5,50, in grey
Fancy JJandkerchief Boxes and
handkerchiefs from 50c
Necjcwear of all kinds at aU prices
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������ %��� ' ���.���'���r:. S%>^ji*HrJ'*;*Ivv
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Chic Blouse Co.
723 Qeorgl�� St.
, - :- T.-iV-t V.',"'. 'i-'-W,-*'-'
Opp. Hotel Vaijeouver
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i m
; Cor. M��in Stfe and I6tli Ave* I
PHON��: Fairmont *M
: Corner 4otH and Froser Avenues I
Fhone; Fairmont U671.
Buy Your
New Year's
From G. E. McBRIDE & CO.
We give below a list from our choice selection
of NEW YEAR'S GOODS which is too large to
enumerate here :���
Carving Sets
Chafing Dishes
Child's Sets
Jam Sets
Pocket Knives
Safety Razors
Razor Strops
$2.00 up
4.50 up
1.00 up
2.75 up
.50 up
1.00 up
.50 up
Vote for Alexander Pineo Black,
Ward V. Alderman.
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 oar Store*
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 equivalent value.
I '.i������������>SiW*J������w������:^^!������������3.^^  ���������>* *  U--s*������A-i*B-tf-*qt-^^  ��������� ,->iUttr.j^x. xr aimtjvs^cfjti**  ������i|   i'ii   ���������M*.,.,       |    ���������-,,,������������������,    sitasniin ji������.j  in ^waaawaaiieifcaietawasM^pttta  ���������8  , ^- - ,���������.-. -  THE WESTERN CALL.'  .   ..   -v   <���������     /  i  I  1!  f'  II  t :  I l  if!  Renew Your Office Supplies and  Stationery Now While Prices are Half  School Supplies  Beeves Color Boxes, 50c large size. .30c  School Scribblers, regular 5c, 2 for.. 5c  Geographies, Histories and all School  Books.  Free Qifts ta All Purchas-  v  ers  of Amounts   of   $1.00  and up.  Jm  TO STOREKEEPERS AND  RETAIL TRADERS  The prices at which we will sell out the  whole of our Stationery and Fancy  Stock are such as will pay you to investigate. We are going right out of these  lines and we will sell at prices considerably less than wholesale. Moreover, we  will give you terms if you want them.  We must clean up these departments,  and at once. This is your chance to buy  to great advantage.  Phone:  2F THE HONIQ STORES 2?  at79   1 56-58 and 60 HASTINGS STREET EAST      3473  MOODY  WILL y AVE  MAMMOTH GRAIN  ���������     /  MAYOA-CLICT ASKS  ���������V-LAWt SB PASSED  til Warda UL aad IT. laat   Friday  tm������   rateptyera'   me������tlQ*-s  held.  Om meeting wet ta the  Orawge EfAlV Hastings atreet tad Gore  ���������ad tht other ta the school  ai Cdd**aei)clal drtvt tad Flrtt  Messrs. Pyke aad Patteraoa.  la Ward IV.' many women were la  the aiidlence aad took part la giving  tht nia*ror-elect a hearty welcome.  FACSO THS  MUSIC  IN SIXTH WA������0  ,   JMajfor-elebt Baxter apoke at both,  sWtttiags aloof eimllar Unea of pre*  **������*a-������t alghte.  He dealt eapeclally with  \t*������ *C. 14. R. airoetaeat and o****td tho  :<*aMMc������ of all tat by-laws going bo.  > IpfoVths electors next Tharaday.  ���������' ",1*ty^oi*aahera a****e*u-lag   la Ward  ' f|r./aolooon at thoy flalahed, horried  * *m*jmst*bUm to the hall in Ward  ��������� *it <HlMte' la .Ward TO. then invaded  A&am**w.��������� ���������-.'___.     -    ���������  l 'ta Word TV. Protsttoi Odhna wee  i of the meeting. Among tfee  wore Mr. O.  Da-da Aad Mr. W. VL  emaaaTatm far dark  J������^**������^B������V-*****SJ***********-****������*-**'       W 9 **���������***���������*>������) "BS,  **r. J. 'a. Jtoeha, Aldennoo Mcttail  9aa ood mag. Mr. c. o. Adair, ^  W**mn. Oellbrtdge, ]Bvaat  JUsaj. " '^. y '(������������������ -Dfi;  ��������������� la 'tho oontoit for Rotate coottftls-  flooort-the %****% t* waxing wamor.  IKtftup ���������. W. Jfertght apok* Art* ia  W90W Wh������������ ht waa dcitog ao tht  *9wm^m\*^^m   **"****wT*"eeorw      wWT*rv4*rv''MMV'rv-rv$wf (ft    *f^9t*  9**Marmai tod/ Mr. fyke, wort Vt**"MM?*r'  9****** Mr. Bnrlgbt's election !***-  gp**X.fojffly   9* Ward W**,\*%*J*  -*^^^Ot VtwtVW   T^Wf ��������� *r^**W   ww��������������� *"���������    WW    T"*VtSS    '������������������TTW'rT^P'w'  ���������M *������: wtt# W. t*4   reptttd   ft  onp  AMtmtn Wore Ouixaod hy Mombtrt  After Their Sf-eseJitt Wore  Over.  Ward VL Ratepayer*' Assectatlo*������  hold aa "at home" to the aMtmaato  canilMatee laat Thursday etr*mAa*%mho  wore listened to with grave atteatloa  aad aftorwordt -raeattoaod t or th*/  !-mos*loeri .present Thero wet futtt a  good toraoa of laepayora, aad too  meajt**gj; under tho presld������tt*y of Mr.  John T. Stevens, proved aa laterest-  iagoao.  AMota*aji Jameo White ootatod oot  "~~ orldtana   of the tool of laat  *S*P **������ *^B*-*--^*SB**T******SF *********        WesT--*SS.       t*SJ-#S*������SSSS        *3**S**>        *S*S*tSSS**SV  aldanaea. that oot ot f total  ei|Mdtt������re hj- too dt^ loot rntr ef  MW*������,Wo. Wari TL had ttearod t%r  P**-    ffw *it***teTSf mw*w a)if **sT****nfsT   yawm*** am***** ���������  fa to wimplet* the pov-  Brldgo atreet to tho city bona*  4*tT, Twut* areoue from Two to tho  bowidwr, tod Trafalgar atreet to the  , ama/jtfam*******Je      *v*t"*p .eMj*m*w*a*/i'tw*9      "PW"**   9mf^^mm^*m*99  ttiit to low tillitttnilli   after  tht  *m&m������m*. *���������*������*"   tY*w*m*M*>   ww*������������,aa*f**������,!ff      a*r*ma*m      rv**w  OfMda of a ward of '.too rotert re-  fl-Ured "t prettf   tolld* lortM)tat|ad  foftow-'' to4. b������ auffeated that Ihtr  )Mid hotter all voto for Wmtetf.. .  Aldoraata Oaa*rorcrn aad othtr>ioaa������  ���������*^T"*a-"v-rf"*l*****vf***a>     "I**rfl*as*������*-*a-*** pi vr     ���������ss>>-st-->-s>     -������-reBSB--s---p ��������� *<-a--aBBBf-  *t*Wtwt"**" WtW ^"*o^^*if^f^w*j*r������rv^ *fseas*** **^^^^*ss*aas*0#������  A MBN'8 MEETING will bo held ln  ST. SAVIOUR'S CHURCH, corner of  SemUn Drive and Flrat Avenue, Orand*  vlew, on 8ooda**, 6th January, at 4  pja. Addreaa by the Rev. W. H.  Vaneo, Prlaelpol ot Latimer Hall. Sub*  Jeet being "A BAD BEGINNING BUT  A GOOD ENDING.** All men are oor*  dially welcome.  Orcheatra.  Soloa.  Vote f or tht l-diibSon By-Law.  iteetetttoooooooottotttooe  NOTICB It hereby given that <  a**o*tt**ct of the Provincial Lav !  hour Commlaaion will be held at ,  ���������������> tho following placee:���������  *(*letiaisTr*--Toaoda-r and Wed<  ��������� needay, January 14th and 16th. ;  > la the Maple Co-nmttta^*room e< j  ! tho Ps^ment Balldlnga, at 10 ;  ��������� Voaoour'tt' Friday and Shtur- ���������  w^day, Jaaoa-ry   17th   a*"-   *i������������* ������  Coni*t-h<*OBe, 10 ajn  ^    Now Wettmlnater:~ Moadayli  * January ttth. Cjottrt-honae, 10 t?^  _ ta.    ''..^^^ ��������� -y .A-A-.X, y (  RAmlooeo Wedajtodar. Jaan* j'  , arr lt������4. Cot*rt*tooto, 10 aaa.   .'  > 8tl*aoa Ai-io---Th*t-*M*������7; JtWf''  1 try tlrd.-.' ���������'.'.������������������ i-a!  Rerelatoka ��������� Friday, January  tftb, Coort-Trtoiiae, IOjmo.  Other mee������4nga WO)   be   ������a>  nouncod later.  Tho CkJ-nmiaalon will hoar ������������������*-  dence on all mattera titooOag  v labour oondltiona to the provthoo  ; 99 pevmmejwjw**^ art ln*ri>  ��������� 'y^m. Q. parson.  Chal***Ban.  F* B, McNAafARA       *mmm'  w^wwffyiffWMMo  f."rw *fyvjk ;. .fUrr?��������� ' ^r^^yjyj^y^ ' ^W  *ie     ,V,    ������ **  JW4- 3JANGIS  1 ���������"Wt  *f-IPff WrW"?  ��������� Wfwf  owfWf������������T������> -rw wwfrlfMl^VwV*  Cell *o4 Inspect  W. R. OWEN  2337 Main Street  Phone: Fairmont 447  WOfr W  Of wwf^^rTTW   fl  9a3l$������4  **Tvyv*v*w Fwjnr  mS?^  ���������TW-'vtp* -**T**t!Wt-M*r"**f* ;^ Ww*vif*  frnirtitti 99*9' v ^  y -.iP^ y ^^^^ W ��������� o^ r^0*999iO9'99*l'\m99 "/tt ."X-ji  ���������^:^-   T:      ,7'    l-^i  *9a\mtaf *a*T*\: mmmamm^e^mmmmaT' wyw. .9fJfir^f   wO"Wt1^  cjja,  T'/-������������Pt'|W^Mj^!^g 777X7^_=i  ��������� Wfw tT^r* ^^'V ^^*   WW^WvTf'jWe*   ���������^���������^(^ *^_ ��������� ^rS^foflf^pf^^^WWV^O, ^ _  "VfoJ *W*^^  IfWwv tW* ���������^j'l'oWW'WrffwJrev-.^W. aEffWW'TF' wwlwf#fMl���������rWv'���������W#l"*F��������� '  W#\LTl|t_||iFB17?4r, WeW"IhUe fsvorttt  AWt^wsa* Vote foir W9*y ������������������������������������: ���������   '���������'��������� '^  W *0*wO*****0- ���������JO*"***' 40"tJtJjL*'*5*t,r''<*T^.*W!!'T'*W01^ *l*r*  U^te y<rw v������>vt for ������ am lorm.  Cn*y  (mtt saw BACHELOR cigars  y&izAm* t99.<**t* who tmokes them.  Tho G. P. R. will erect thjsir frain elevators at Port Moody. The daily pron hat  Already announced the **atfroad>t intention. It it the ain| of the G. P. R. to ihip 60,000,000  buaheb of grain tb. the Coast annually. In, order to do this it it necessary to have tiie ele-  vatorg built by the Ume the P*ma*na Canal opens.  A large gang Of men started work this week laying steel on the C. P. R. right of  way, which **uns right through our property,  yx  :Sy  If you wew to p^y a visit to Old OwhaM now you would tee a soene of aetivity  alaott unpi*eoedentod in the history of Port Moody. The C. P. IL k working with foverfsh  aeU**ity to htre ito line iMunpleted. It will bt necetaary to have from nine to eleven milet  of traekage adjoinint the train elevator tite." The whole city of Port Moody is now aglow.  That wUeh was pl^ete*d months ago htt come true, and Port Moody hat come into its own.  We have the sUteaieat on the very highest authority that the head of the C. P. R. will  havo an interetting annx*4anej*diient to make early in tiie new year, when he miket public tht  annual appi*opriatlons. Wateh tht papert and yoa Witt tee so*nething regarding Port Moody  that will (jonvinc^ you *4trt it ie destined to become a great seipori  ���������������������������3ft wm make gigantk pirepa**atioM for the Un of wheat  i^^tto,^it^v1t7tlt^^ ""''   The C.'P. ft. wiU opertto forty te  haft'iw&a'ai-aalfo ''>���������' "  the C.:.XrV������t:'*ftm owiii * Itrgt l^ property at tht hetd of the Inlet,  pwp*flt**f r*e\9(>wing-$99't^ym^^^^^**^ '��������� ��������� ,,     ������������������  y';'y   The C. P. B. it do^ makt Port Moody ready for tht opest-  ingof:'t|M PanAiiu'.0|nf^.'''^^ ���������'��������� ��������������������������� ������������������������'���������������������������������������������>'���������  >    y&M pn^i*^ who purchaso now will never regret it.   The  price wt gi*e *wWnf for woiet, high, levtl lota ������  ��������� t^ftTtWlr ��������� ***^lft������* ���������....;......... i 7...'  Tet*!^ 17.50 per month.  ^        :l^ letving on?  train traiha % week, eteh train being nearly  yyy  W*aa**w*  y mwm  t9a*'.<a^ffi&i  iMUVlLi. ;.''���������'.'���������>V������(f���������?'���������):.  y*.y*pi%A  mmKtm...  4>7  ?. wfiMvltw fliltfitytfi'  ���������/���������-,  ���������^0*  41  High Dry Corner Let in City, only $600.   Third, 6,12,18.  6 Boom Bungalow, Elegantly Furnished, 200 feet off Main on King  Edward, priee $4,500.   Easy Terms.  70-ft. Double Corner, 36th Ave.,near Fraser Avenue,cleared graded  and fenced, $1300.00.  CITY BROKERAGE CO.  430 Main Street Branch 164 Broadway East, near Main Street  Tha Qrandriew IUta*������a**trf  w*"tt* wV ."-F4* ^9**\m^aO)9 ���������^fWlP?ljP^ft''f*/yiW|K..*oS^^(Sw^  Vaa plotttd W|^'l|^#^M^t^;.  WT*FwV TsSSJw' ������J^^W0tw������Jf OjO*9*\aym^**WO*i9*^9 wl**f*,J, IJWj'e'te'.,  mcreaaed from ^.j������mri:9*^m'Pm  It to 70, ai4 Uitt thw If a btlaact  M.mimik..*aw^MM  \ Mr. ��������� Chtrl^ Road wat Ol^^  and in 7i*tt|rh*f -^^m^^^ili^m  preaaed Wa thonlw :t������.-tiJf/*9NHirf^l'  ���������tho eeeoctation for tho loyal w**p������tt  tbey had gtvon bit*^,:������o*ri|^|Mt"'tiijBlf  Aid. MeSpadden and-ai%\9&-*mm-  spoke of the good woflt'Ot t^w. attotitv  t)on, and exproiwed the hope that  whether they or others Wert  the council repreaeatttlTes  ward, would havt'tho support ot the  aaaoclatton.   '"������������������ ���������'���������^���������yAUj-r yAi^  On the motion of Ali McSpod^Oo  and King, Mr. Charic* lUao. the ra-  tlrtng chairman, was put In WMalaa-  tlon tor re-election. He. hj)weve)r,  gracefully declined the honor. Meaats.  B. B. Bailey tnd Thomas 'Bvaatmm*  inated Mr George H. Miller, who; slaot  the establishment of the c**giiilistlef|  has been its secretary. There being  no other nominations, his election was  declared unanimous. In accepting the  office Mr. Miller aald that many times  he would rather atay by hia fireside  than go to a meeting, but he felt that  every citizen owed a duty to the community, and that he would try to do  his duty during the ensuing year.  * Mr. A. B. Chapman waa elected vlce-  prealdent, and Mr. Charles B. Smith  aei***eUry-ti**������aurer.       !:''v~-Hv!v,vl-;v  Delegates to the central executive  were choBen aa follows: Messrs. J. J.  Dougan, B. B. Bailey, C. Boardman,  and G. A. Odium.  It was decided that it would be well  to have representatives of the Grand-  view association delegated to the  other associations dealing with that  end of the city. It waa therefore  agreed that Mr. J. R. Shannon should  be the delegate to Cedar Cove, Mr.  Thos. Odium to Hastings, and Mr.  Milton Smith to the west end. of Ward  rv.  In connection with Commercial  drive continuation south a committee  was appointed to confer with the B.C.  Electric Railway Company with a  view to having that road extended to  the city limits.  Several questions were asked Aid.  MeSpadden and King, which they anvj.  swered, but Uiey^aanounced that aa a  meeting was to be held on the next  .vff^TT      wwPWwv^P'lwT^r   'f^'tsfj^ip     pW     ||f TW-Pr  ther raq������ottod 'hot all eft-fltlrttt ** ro*  sertad iwt41 than. -A,yyy-: ���������-���������.;  ':'.'��������� ���������������������������AvMt*MtitH:ri*wi.;������������������'-' '-'���������  One ol ths wt4ty dfAlors in Ifotmt  Mawr r������soMvtfl'' ���������* latter from pf*fc  l^-jla, Missouri, rtoterdty  inquiring  ������fttr*'**ta*^^ ll^ng  of Mm  Pleaaant, ladJcaUng that the section oo JRf#e >T F. C:  ;������l*'-1rt������V.*#|g|t||i  t-iaatifactoHng ctatre of V**cobver.  . ..Only, flvt Yttrt^9*m\*i*Un m  ; :MMonnt Wstoant ft only *vo*JWart!  esWnd the heart Of the dty," said a  real estate man,-In discussing v'this  thrifty mttronolltan sectionyostorday.  And when one looks at tho splendid  brtehk st*-octure������ which   line 7 Main  trty mmr-fU9l::m*!099  stattmsttaot-Mq*Mlt-*?t4)bH  there is so w>tlce|Wt booa.  stet4ilF rtslnt, tad the out!  bright.  '!���������:������,'  ��������� '���������.:,���������; ^'[y^l^*}.0^^ fc  |(fipt'':yMM-e-rtt^ : will **w*S:'  mernber.the p������xt played in the estabJ  *WJ9ity0^9MW ���������..   -f*fWwwf#w***-***'*f-*: ���������.-.  fKpt fee ii stttt ihtstottod lis shot:  Utnttea he Metr so alt Christmas  gift th* year,' a "Vletorv giamop������ono;  *l������4*recorde. Mr. Colher������ the suoorin-!  .s***^"*#********'ipt.wt .oaa ^v*s>i(v w *p******^sse***Mp|( P**eowt  **o_t*r**'^^*****i***. *  also to menikm a i\%m9Jft Mttt' of tp*;;  pies, ora*ig������ and -*irt������d^ _ frt������ the]  Sixth Avenue Moftbdlit "Sonday:  school..../ ..*? ��������� ���������:**:-��������������������������� ���������  ('  street and consider the price of prop* ���������?& fo| tflt BlMbttitW By*Uw.  w  r������  On all our Hen's and Boys' Suits, Overcoats, Odd Trousers,  Fancy Vests, Bain Coats, Dressing Robes and House-Coats; also  A TABLE Of JON'S OTTO���������Former prices from $12.50 up  to $20.00.   Your choice  per  Another table of Suits, former prices from $20 to $30. Your  choice $15.00. Also one table former prices from $25 to $35.  Your choice $20.00.  A TABLE OF ODD TBOUBERS  Frmer prices from $3 to $4.50.   Your choice for   $2.25  No reserve,  eluded.  All our "20th Century Brand" garments are in-  Come early and get first choice.  Clubb & Stewart  309-315 Hastings St.W. Phone: Sey. 702


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