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The Western Call 1913-08-22

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 V.  UBRARY FILMING  PUACE/TiTI-E: vy6SZ*������# c^tc^  [y^Not available at time of filming.  Q "ftansferretl to Active Files.  ��������� Vm 6 ������XA4L^*Z^������?Sr v- x^lyfJJL XXX  THE WESTERN CALL.  C5  Knox Starts for Funeral  WASHINGTON, Aug. 16.���������Secretary  of State Knox and his party will start  ���������west from Washington tonight on  their way to the funeral of the late  Emperor Mutsuhito of Japan. Rear-  Admiral Reynolds will meet the party  at Seattle, and will represent the  American navy at the royal funeral at  Kioto on September 13.  Babe Fifth Her Weight  GRAND, JUNCTION, Colo., Aug. 15.  --f'Mother and baby are doing fine"  was the message given out from the  home pf, Mrs. An tone Cross, wife, of  a section hand here, who gave birth  today to a boy whose weight was just  one-lfth that of the mother.  Mrs. Crosso weighs ninety pounds,  while the weight of the child is eighteen pounds.  Where it toys to teal  Honest Prices for Honest  Coots  t*  6^0VlEWSTAr%  ^ J. W. Edmonds, Prop. *t//  Dealer in all kinds of Stationery  and Books  Toys, Fancy Goods, Ice Cream Parlor in connection  Ice Cream in Cones, Sodas & Bulk  Ice Cream Bricks made to your own order and  delivered free.   Our Fruit Ice Cream made direct  from Fruits.  We sell the Crystal Dairy Milk and Cream.  Principal School Supply Depot for Grandview District  1130 Commercial Drive  .;.������������������������.������������������. .fr-M-M-l"."!".* ���������������;���������<���������_������������������.��������� a������M"."������->*M--s- 't"Ji������'l"l"l"l'il"l"l"l"i"l"l*'l"l"lM-t������i'ii*������i'-H"H"|i  Edited by GRACE'E. NOBLEl  APhone Seymour 4297 ������  Note���������News meant for this column should be mailed or phoned to ihe editor" early to insure .C  insertion.   ' ��������� ��������� ���������    i  ^^4^j^Mj^n4^>4M>*><.^^^K**>*I***^M-'- 4**I'*>*fr*>*M*������H������*>*^*-H*^ 4"  on FFriday for an extended trip   in  the Southwestern States.  Grandview News Notes  GRANDVIEW NEWS NOTES.  The Grandview Stationery is the  principal school supply depot for  Grandview, and as the beginning of  the fall term is not far distant, it  would be well to keep this store In  mind for school supplies. Mr. Edmunds also keeps all kinds of up-  todate stationery and all the latest Miss Vera Duncan Broadway east, left  magazines week for a viBlt with friends and  Mr. W. B. Hunter, Grandview, well  known druggist, is one of the men  who are representing B. G. this year  at the big rifle meeting at Ottawa  held under the auspices of the Dominion Rifle Association.  British Labor Troubles  Th������ frequency and bitterness of  British labor disputes is explained to  a degree by a, review ofliving conditions at present as compared with  those of a few years ago.  An abstract of labor statistics of  the United Kingdom just issued shows  that 109.3 pence was needed in 1911 to  buy the same quantity of necessaries  of life that were buyable for 10Q pence,  in 1900, or 88.2 pence in 1896. Thus in  afteen years the cost of living has^a-l-  vanced 25 per cent, equivalent to a  deduction by some invisible process of  2 1.2 pence in every shilling of wages  paid.  Mr. James Duncan, and his Bister,  The .Model Grocery and Confertionery  Y     Moved from 1904 Commercial Drive to 1900  Cor. Commercial Drive and Third Avenue  Groceries, Meats, .Flour, Vegetales, Fruits, Nuts,  Butter, Eggs and Berries in season, Confectionery  Ice Cream, Soft Drinks. Woman's Bakery Goods  Bread,Gatesnd Pastry; -.  -  Phone Sey. 7889 L Corner TJiird and Commercial Drive  j?������ GILL, Proprietor  For Btoves, ranges, paints, or furnace repairing, call on Joseph Rod w ay,  1618 Commercial Drive and get his  prices before going elsewhere.  If you do not own an auto, it does  not follow that you cannot enjoy a  motor ride occasionally. The Grand-  view Garage have cars for hire and  at most reasonable rates.  For high-class bread, cakes, and  pastry, Davidson's Bakery is a leader.  If ybu haven't tried this stare, go  there next time, and ybu will never  go any where else.  Bring that broken dock   to,   Mr.  Arthur Wismer, and he will Slid ;$at  the cause of the trouble for you and  ���������remedy It.' A clock that will njati &i.  is worse than ho clock at;al^>...: ', ���������  Watch Mtkinnoh's Ad. each week  for Friday and Saturday specials.  Then phone your orders, phone 1541.  Commercial Prive and Htb Ave.  **THe Home 0WMW"  Groceries, Provisions, Fruits  Only tiie best brands kept in stock.  Our goods are all guaranteed, and money refunded if  not satisfactory.  i p. smewn prop. flume i faiNM!!)! 1033  "The Western Call" is the place to  get those visiting cards printed. All  work is guaranteed, and of the highest order.  Phone Fairmont 1140.  The'Model Grocery bnd Confectionery, opposite the Royal Drug  Store, is drawing trade by thin dealing and reasonable prices.  relatives at Peachland, Naramata, and  Westbank.  Miss Addle O'Dwyer, Sixth Ave., was  the charming hostess at a most delightful luncheon on Friday in honor  of Miss Flossie Mulloy and Miss  Maud O'Dwyer. Covers.were laid for  ten, at a most attractive table.  Great Loss of Life  BIL.BOA, Spain, Aug. 15���������One hundred and nineteen Spanish fishermen  belonging to this port lost their lives  by the sinking of four fishing boats  during a storm which raged along the  Spanish coast for the last two or three  days. The hurricane, which has now  abated, caused great havoc in the  coastwise towns and to fishing ports  especially.  pars for Hire  JCare Stored  Grandview Garage  and Repair Company  Expert Repairing, Gasoline,  Oil and Accessories  1424 Commercial Drive  Vancouvei  FOR    SIGNS  W.J.PIERCE  GRANDVIEW StOM WORKS  2235 Commercial Dr. AEnd of Earls Rd.  Phone Sey. 5735  ition Poultry Awards  Barred Plymouth Rocks  8urpriSe Poultry Yards, Collingwood  Bast, 1st cock, 1st hen, 1, 2, 3, cockerels, 3rd pullet, 1st -pen.'���������'" 1  yd.;_s: Frith^ Strawberry. Hill, 3rd  cock, 3rd hen.  yv/iwirt.- Wilson, Langley Prairie, 2nd  ben, 1st, 2nd pullet.  ���������   W.K; Moore, Okanagan Landing, 4th  cockerel, 4th jrallet, 2nd.pen. "'  White Plymouth Rocks'  Surprize  Poultry   Yards,  1st, $nd  cock, 2nd, 3rd hen, 1st, 2nd, 3rd cockerel; 1st, 2nd, 3rd pullets; 1st pen.  Geo. Simpler,  McKay(  B. C:  1st  hen.  Frondey Poultry Farm, Cobble Hill,  B. C: 1st cockerel.  G. C.TPalmer, City: 4th hen.  Rhode Island Red: 8ingle Comb  Red Feather Poultry Ranch: 1st, 3rd  cocks; 1st, 3rd hens; 4th cockerel, 1st  pullet, 1st 3rd, 4th pens.  B. B. Cale: 2nd cock, 4th hen, 1st,  2nd cockerel; 3rd pullet.  Frondey Poultry Farm: 4th hen, 4th  pullet,   2nd   pen.  H. Hines, City: 4th cock.  Robert Wilson, Langley Prairie: 2nd  pullet.  Buff Leghorns, Single Comb  Geo. Routley, City: 1st cock, 1st, 2nd  W. Walker, Burquitlam:  3rd cock, j hens; 3rd cockerel, 2nd pullet, 2nd pen.  J. Pi Sinclair, proprietor ot t>0 Buffalo Grocery; is covering a large area j 1st pen  4th cockerel, 4th pullet;  Wilson Bros., Burquitlam: 4th hen.  Buff Plymouth Rocks .  G. H. Silcox, Cedar Cottage: 1st  cock, 3rd hen; ,2nd cockerel, 4th pullet.   .  Surprize PoultryYards: 2nd cock,  1st, 2nd hen; 4th cockerel, 3rd pullet,  in Grandview and Cedar Cottage.  It pays to have a good eifn in  front of your place bf business. W- J.  Pierce is an adept In sign fljflptfn*.  The French Renovatory, 1706 Grave*  ley St., does work promptly and satisfactorily.  Everybody appreciates Walter Rich*  ards fresh fish, 1842 Commercial  Drive.  Watts Hardware Co., 1407 Commercial Drive, flourishes notwithstanding  the cry of "bard times."  For Drugs and Ice Cream go to tbe  Royal Pharmacy, corner Commercial  Drive and Third Avenue.  WTAINTW  Wt-ftnbetoflsD tbe etteatfon ofstt %bm  vbrimtin9^<*9ovti^wnM*f  reuMtUM sad ttmtnmt atwtnllM all pot*  ���������ods iatlM blood aad e������*-l tee������ from the  ���������intern. Our vast eapwEBcete tbe tnat-  DiontoftbouaaadsoC She tan* mtomjaA  -xapUcated casta eaabtas as to. perfect a  cuwnrtthoutosperimonUiit. WtOo������_-4_e_i  ���������lUtnsAMVciurt^aiBd I* ������������Ji___  you bow quickly our urne-llea will iwwi.  ���������lleriieocnor-UMMa Under tbo toSoenco  ot tho Now Mt_f__d TroolMMrt tho tkta ba*  ���������������_* dSfr.uSSiP������P*-*e^*_J***J_*_������  h*������l up. enlarged flawta era roducotL fallen  out hair ---rows ia acaia. *��������� ������y������������ wcoino  bright, ambition tot! energy return, and tbo  vittianaU-aeaaewltfo 1m������ opeaod ap to  Wm.    YOU CAM AftRANGETO PAY AfTCR  YOU ABE CURED  COHSULYAHOM HUE  Umi for B������UH o* Mmmow of Mm  "THE GOLDEN MONITOR** FREE  If  to coll, write for ���������  for Home Ti  IM  D_s.KENN_Dr&KENNEDY  Cor. Michigan Ave. and Griswold St,   Detroit, Mich.  ^^���������^M ATI #��������� _T      A11 *etters ilom Canada must be addressed  ^���������rnU llvL      to our Canadian Correspondence Depart-  IW^^^T -____a__naa^^ ment in Windsor, Ont. If you desire to  6ee us personally call at our Medical Institute in Detroit as we see and treat  ae patieaU in our Windsor offices which are for Correspondence and  Laboratory for Canadian business only. Address all letters aa follows:  DRS. KENNEDY & KENNEDY, Windsor, Oat.  Write for onr private ad dres*.  80CIAU AND PERSONAL.  Mrs. Connolly, of the Wool Shop, is  enjoying a well earned holiday.  Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lucas,  Broadway, left on Saturday for  extended'visit in Eastern Canada.  of  an  W. Walker: 1st, 3rd cockerel; 1st,  2nd pullet; 2nd pen.  A. E. Blane: 4th. hen.  Silver Pencilled Wyandotte*  E. B- Cale, East Burnaby: 1st cock,  1st hen, 2nd pullet;  Surprise Poultry Yards K 2nd, 3rd  cock; 2nd, 3rd, 4th bens; 1st cockerel,  1st pullet, 1st pen.  White Wyandotte  Surprize Poultry Yards:    1st,   3rd  cock; 2nd hen, 1st, 2nd cockerel; 2nd  pullet; let pen.  E. B. Cale: 2nd cock, 1st, 3rd hen;  4th cockerel; 1st pullet.  W. Walker: 4th cock, 2nd pen.  Red Feather Poultry Ranch: 4th hen,  3rd pen.  I. Helliwell: 3rd cockerel.  Children's Aid Society: 3rd pullet.  W. James: 4th pullet  Buff Wyandotte  E. B. Cale:  1st cock, 1st hen, 1st  cockerel, 1st pullet.  Wilson Bros.: 2nd cock.  Black Wyandotte  W. H. Dinsmore, City: 1st cockerel,  1st pullet  Golden Wyandotte  R. C. McDiarmid, Langley: 1st cock,  1st, 2nd, 3rd bens; 1st pen.  Surprize Poultry Yards: 2nd cocks,  1st, 2nd cockerel.  Partridge  Wyandottes  Surprize  Poultry  Yards:   1st cock,  1st, Srd hen;  1st, 2nd, 3rd coi'kerel;  1st, 2nd. 4th pullets; 1st pen.  Richard Wilson, City: 2nd cock, 2nd  hen, 3rd pullet, 2nd pen.  Red Feather Poultry Ranch: 4th,  cock, 4th cockerel.    | Columbian Wyandottes  - MIsb Luetta Cardon, of Seventh' Surprize Poultry Yards: 1st, 3rd  Ave., is visiting her sister-in-law, Mrs. conk; 2nd, 3rd hen; 1st, 2nd cock.rel;  James Cardon, River Ave., Winnipeg.  2nd. 3rd pullets; 1st pen.    I    Red  Feather Poultry Ranch:    2nd  Mr. Alex. Ross has returned from a  cock 1st hen, Srd cockerel; 4th pullet,  two weeks' holiday    spent    on    the 2nd pen.  Island. *|    E. B. Cale: 1st pullet, 4th cock, 4th    hen.  Mies Flossie Mills, Commercial  Drive, left last week to visit her  brother, A. E. Mills, Lethbridge, Alta.  Geo. Simpler, McKay, B. C: 2nd  cock, 1st, 2nd. 4th cockerel; 1st, 3rd  4th pullets; 1st pen.  Ruff Leghorns, Rose Comb  G. Routley: 1st cock; 1st, 2nd bens;  1st pullet, 1st pen.  White Leghorns, Single Comb  E. A. Orr, Chilliwack: 1st, 2nd, 4th  cocks; 1st, 2nd ben; lBt, 2nd, 3rd cock  erelsr 4th pullet, 1st pen.  David M. Ross, McKay, B. C: 3rd  cock, 3rd hen, 4th cockerel; 1st, 2nd  3rd pullet.  Wilson Bros.: ^tbben^.  White Leghorns, Rose Comb  C. R. Greggs, City: 1st cockerel. 1st  pullet  Brown Leghorns, Single Comb  Frondey . Poultry  Farm:   1st,   2nd  cock; 1st, 2nd, 3rd hen; 1st pen.  James F. Lee, South Hill: 1st, 2nd  cockerel; 1st, 2nd pullet.  Brown Leghorns, Rose Comb  Albert H. Peppar, City: 1st, 2nd. 3rd  cock; 1st, 2nd'hen; 1st pen.  Black Leghorns  Richard Wilson: 1st cock, 1st, 2nd.  3rd hen; 1st, 2nd, 3rd cockerel; 1st,  THE FRENCH RENOVATORY  1706 Graveley (Street  Suits Pressed 35c to 75c  High Class Work at Lowest  Prices. We Call and Deliver  PHONE 3749  JOSEPH RODWAY  1615 Park Drive  Sheet Metal Works  Next Week Specials  Hose 50 ft. complete .. $4.25  Boiled Oil,  double boiled per  gal....  ii..'..'...$l_'._5  Get our prices on your sheet  metal requirements.  Sieves      teases      Mats       f-anuce fteM������V  Special for Friday J Saturday  Sehram Glass Fruit Jars  Pints..............85c dozen  Quarts...... ..$1.00 dozen  M-cmNNOf-PS  OROCERY  Cor. 1st Avewe aad CnwrrcUl Drive  Phone: Sey. 1541  A.  WISMER  ..-  ���������Jowolor # Qptlolo*  1439 Cemn.ere.nrDr.Vo  For Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Optical goods  Repairing o Specialty  (Continued on Page 7)  m** 'ir ��������� tbb���������������������������  Ice Cream HHk  Pavfflson's Bowery  Hljlli Class imi m Mw  Phone 1126 Commercial Prive  Sey 76941* Grandview  Mrs. Munroe, accompanied by Miss  Mona, of Third Ave., returned on Monday from.a three months' visit in  Ontario and Eastern Canada. They  had a most delightful trip but were  very glad to get back to Grandview.  until you get our prices for hardware. We handle an-ything in 'the  hardware line. If Roods are not as represented return them and  get your money back.   Give us a trial. '���������  We are selling the ba'ance of our meat safes at less than actual  cost.   Get our prices and be convinced.  WATTS HKRPWaRI: CO.  .Successors to Bailey Hardware Vo.)  Phone Seymour 63701 1407 Commercial St.  Mr. A. E. Butler, 1742 Third Ave.,  is removing to New Westminster, with j  Silver Laced Wyandottes  W. Walker: 1st cock, 3rd, 4th lien;  his family, where he will  future.  Phrenoloav-' HIRSm YOUIIB  m   mmm ������**������cvrs vvg^ Gives  Practical Advice  On Business Adaptation, Health and Marriage  805 Granville St., Comer Robson Hours:   10 a. m. to 9 p. ro"  reside   in , 1st pen.  i    W. K. Ross, Seattle, Wash.: 1st, 2nd  hen.  Rhode Island Red:   Rose Comb  Red Feather Poultry Ranch, McKay,  B. C: 1st, 2nd cock; 2nd. 3rd hen; 1st,    j 2nd, 3rd pullet; 1st, 2nd pen.  Mr. and Mrs. Arthur R. Stuart andj    JIiss Mabel Evans:  3rd cock.  Miss  Lillian, of  Salsbury  Drive, left'    Wilson Bros.: 4th cock. 1st hen.  Miss Blanche Gidiey, of Duncan,  B. C, is the guest of her sister, Mrs.  T. McXichol, 1952 Charles Street.  ^^h>*4.<|>.^j--^.:.a.^<*.*^.a4^a.>^;^mj,   ������������<>^.������.;.������������������������������������|*������������i^M}M������������t.;.������.i.������.>  EAT     ���������_**     ������t*f     ������*  FISH  "The Store of Quality"  1842 Commercial Drive  Phone: Seymour 3653 Walter Richards, Proprietor  &M^>*-v*-i+'i*}-i&**v4,i���������"i'i',i'i>y������y ���������i-w-*-H*/<s^**->'*.>_-;^������*>***#*i"  THE ROYAL PHARMACY  THIRD AVENUE AND COMMERCIAL DRIVE  In case of illness nothing but the  best is good enough. You know  that we buy nothing but the  Best in  Drugs  Quality is Our Motto  THE  R. E. FROST  Phones Sey. 6167, 7741  . Cor. Third Avenue and Commercial Drive  Telegrams received Money Orders  Terminal City Press, IM  2468 Westminster Rd.  Phone FatnwMt f Itt


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