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COLONIST TKLSPKONSS 

Buiinris Oflicc I n 

Circulation ,m im ■■■ 

lob FiMtmM i.—— 

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NO. 208 -SIXTY-EIOHTH YEAR 



VICTORIA, BRITISH C OLUMBIA, TUESDAY, A UGUST 10,1926 



SIXTEEN PAGES 



POPULAR MINISTER IS NOMINATED FOR CITY 



MANITOBA TO 00 
CONSERVATIVE 

<At Lafi Election. Party Polled 
Wore Votes Than All Others 
Cofmbined— Will Have Many 
More. This Year 

FUSION IS CONFINED 

TO CANOiPATtS ONLY 



Sane Liberals, Conservative- 
Progressives, and Trades 
: Unionist Labor Electors Will 
Not Be tierded by Leaders 



W 



(•VMtal to TH« C«l«iit*t) 
IN-NIPBO. Aur •.—In the iMt 
I ,, r ii.imtnt th« ProvlBc* of 

Manitoh.i w.ih r*pre«ented by weven 
« 't)n«*r\ H n vo>4, srvc n I 'i oRresiilVM, 
nnr l.ihoral iinl two l,ah">r. The 
♦ "onu^rvatlvr pa r r v pollcil almoBt »• 
many votes h« Ulb^rRln. I'ronreMlvPH 
and X^ber combined. In the prearnt 

fM«e th« LJb«ni), Pr^rcMtve and 
Labor (orcM afalnst tho ConMrvatlve 
, l^r. «n« Vi f M* M canaidAtM are 

■i^c'^rnrd thin will probably rac- 
cnWiiI. Utii I" ff»r from b«inir "uc- 
too.'.ful .iiri..nK thf olo< ti.rn Thrro 
<'!•••«•>. «*nc I.lboriiln. ("onsfrvativr- 
ProgrOMlven. and iradrM unloniMn, 
ebjoct to auch a funlon. nnd are rally- 
tfi* M tb« aopport of tha ConMrvativ^ 
candldatea. In no Provlnca la the 
fonaervatlve party nior* ontbualaatle 
«n<l b*»i«T onranl/.*"'! than In Manl- 
lobH. uhilc thrir (ipponent« htp 

fl|\l't' 'l i -^r-r w *M >, - r tin- cri>\i|.-i \\\\\ 

have the landlfUte. Tht« C.nsrrN .nvp 
l«a4*ra claim that they will r. 
tup OowwrvntlTa repr«a*ntatlon from 
th%» 9tV9tm99 frbai — »» » » to twelve, 
and aeUM of tho more optimlatlr 
claim fetirta««« 

Mr.' rBrki>'i« Fatr 
Thi|»Mr. nobert F*rk«L }»ro«i*aflv 
leader, will b« 4ef«ated M Brandon 
la tak^n aa naaurad by tM Gona»rva- 
tiv^a. ,ind firveral other Ti^rreaaiyea 
Mirh an MfnnrH .1 I. l' , <.W Li%ar; 
AV T PIrd, NolMon. ^ i I'oaublen, 
f "rnvrnrhrr nnd ,l.lnl^•^• ;< • f.l «rivtn, 
Bouria, will be among i hf f^iiirn. They 
aaa-alaa~aa«IMaM of defeatinv Mr. J. 
B. Woodaworth. North Crntre Winni- 
94*. and Mr. A. A. MmpC Korth Wln- 
Blp««. 

Conflnupd on Pa»e 7 

THRIFT IN NATION 
AND PtOPLh yROED 

• ^ 

■m niKDERICK WIUilAJil-TAY- 
LOR VUm TICNMllA DVR* 

uro i W OT c'nox 

Orii' r ii M iM . .. -I II,.,, I. of Montreal 
Spc4ili> <>,» K .lilt of Bual* 
nraa Conditiona 



"If wa pin 'our faith to hard work 
and prudence In public and private 
expendUura aa the only aurd baala of 
prosperity, rather than in levlalatlon 
which ia r»Owerlea« fn rorrert fiinda- 
menial oondlllon^. ih'n ihorr ■nn hf 
no doubt that w r «h:«ll rxppri>'n<-p a 
proaperlty not xijrpiiKspd ti\ any i'lh#>r 
country In thp worlil. nanI Sir V'rrd - 
arlOk WIlIlHmi* '!"«> lor. grnrrtil man- 
§g$r 0t the Bank of Montreal, who 
bMA maklnff ona of hia parlodtcai 
taura of tha Waatem branehaa of the 
tank, on hIa arrival la Vioteria yaatar- 
4ay mornlagi On M 1— pae ti oii of 
Irnnchea. 

la ^ha eourae of the Interview he 
■aid; "I can lma«tna no more dellrht- 
ConUnu«Hl on Paae t 




Ttmiay, Attumi 10 



\tn\ i>ar. IMd « 

THE WKATIIER 

^ IctoriH nnd N'trlnlty I'isbt to 
moderutp wind*. ir'^nrrnlU fair, BOt 
much rhange in teni pornt ure. 

Haa niaea: ft:Ol <f'<|n<4^ 
Nan SMa: ^1*1 <> < lo< k. 

lacli Tide: S:li ».m.. 7.» feet. 
l4i«rlMr: 10 IS aja^ a.* 



The New 

lioral ami I'rovim'UtI — 

Blr Frederick Wlliian.s Vn \' lor. ^en ■ 
eral Muin>i«er of ihr Knnk of 
Monti r , I urir^a individual and 
niitiori^i •'■'onomy In Canada and 
dia< '•iir.tcrx dopondence on aov- 
erBm^oi ni'J 
. Hon. Dr. H. K Tolmlf rnlhualaetlr- 
■ Ily greeted on r««ttirn to city 

Ilmployee of lumber ronipany klll*«d 
at yard when knocked down and 
run over by loaded rarrlot 

Hon. Dr. Toliale unanlmoualv nomi- 
nated aa I'onaarfattva aandldate 
for Victoria. 

City wm mati Habllitiea of May'Da«r 
reiabraMMi. 

Kamlonpa wanta flreflchtera from 
roaaf 



miwrtal ajid t'^omjaii 
tarket far rfoar and wheat 



H at n lnlon. im|wi 
C'hinfa* mi 

::• •>wina. 

M > 'Ionian rvmara of Incamal 

vif. -.» . <inp enda foi yr^mr 

,v n -• oiin Attorney tieneriil re- 

. ( ■ > lo acepf nomination. 
\rr«t,: n Kraof* and M^vlrn. 
) 1' • outlook it> Manitoba, 
bo'fi hea by party laadera. 



Increased Revenue 
Derived by ( iiy in 
Sale of lU Lands 



"rHIIBB Umaa aa aMMk rav- 
1 aova baa baan racahred 

into tll« #lr aaohequer durtaif 
the firat a«>ven montha of ltS4 

tliroUKh Ihf hall- o f city-owned 
land.'* In ■ p.irlf'n to a Cor« 
reapon.i Ml,; laat year, 

Alderman U A c Oewar. 
chairman of thr i„,.ui < <.mniii 
tee. told the fity • t 'lunill la.'^l 
night. 

From January 1 to July 31. 
1I2C, the CHy Land Depart - 
meat aalaa toUUod |1S«.2»2.18. 
i)urln« a allBildr parlod In i*th 
the amount of tha mim waa 
142 817.SS. Tha aobaUntial 
Kain ia not confined alone to 
tho amount of revenue aecured, 
for there have boen 108 lot.s 
Ko'd to dale thia year, as afonnut 
thirty-two to this time In l!>L'5. 

There la a balance of $71:.- 
53«.4.'. In the LatuI Or'part- 
ment'a operallona ihlu year, or 
an Incraaae over the 192S bal- 
ance to daM OC |16,S»2.66. Kx- 
penaca of tha oApa haa de- 
creaaed from. |4.ttl.O In ItSS 
to |S,I2«.I1 thla yaar. 



SIR litOKiiL ARTHUR 
RETAINS OPEN MIND 



UK s\V>.; TII^T IIK, NinTHftR BE- 

1,11 \ I Mil; I ir \ i;.s 

Mil. I-OU I K >ll\ 

AdaUralty NtatMi thai Bodlca Waahcd 
to NAmiair Were Vtmn JMlaad 
Battia, Nat 



feairrtaht, ittt. la Oroai Hriiala by The 
Iteftre*: la th* IJaltrd Ktatn aad Othrr 
C«aatrl«|^ by (lie N.A.N.A.) 

LONDON. Au«. The Admiralty 
took coanlxanca today of the rinim of 
Krank Power that bp t)aH (Ittnovrred 
thf body of |.;.irl Kllflfnir, ItrltlHh 
h'lrlij Marshal, In ;i NorwPKl.iii cemr- 
lfr\', liv Isfiiini; ii Ion;; Nlalrmrnt 
whic'i • otii hulr.^ with a denial thnl 
II' ■ i.fTIc . IM oi mm of 11. .M S 

llampahtre have been found on the 
roaat o< Norway. 

After riving the ofhclal narrative 
of the alnklns of tho Hampahire, 
which waa either ^ombed or torpe- 
doed June B, itii. a few houra after 
aettlna out fruni the (irkney lalanda 
for. Archangel, icu.s.ii.i. «iih l/Ord 
Kitchener abonrd. thr si.itrmcnl con- 
tlnuea: "It Ih neor nary lo I rinl radif't 
n rumor that ha..< i''.nii\ lifcn Rivn 
curreiiry to the off pi I that the bo«liPf 
of ofTlrerH an<l itipo belonging lo the 
llampahire were aub^eriuently waaheU 
up on the Scandinavian loaat nnd 
that it la probable that UtrA Kltch- 
ener'a remalHb may have baan bbrled 
there. 

Not Fr«>m tlit- liampHlitrc 
■ The bodies r<M ,i\ (1 ,■(! and buried 
on that coaat after the sinking of the 
Hampahire were thoae of olDcern and 
min who loat their Uvea ln>a battle 
oS Jutland a few daya prbvlMialy 
None 'Of the Hampahire dead have 
ever bean idenufled aad burled on 
those ahorea and there are good rea- 
Kona which make It moat Improbable 
that the tea waald luiVb earrted them 

there." 

Mr. Power, whoae claim that he dla- 
rovered Lord Kltchener'a body came 
aa the climax of a three yeara' In- 
veatlgatloa, thla afternoon replied to 
the A4nlrnlty atatemeat by aaylng 
fhat hln aaaouncement came only 
after he liad verlBed hla eonciualona 
and aa a reoult of first haad lalanna- 
tion- which the Admiralty dona not 
peasesB. 

Mr Oaor g e Arthur 

The correspondent of the North 
American Neari p aper Alliun<-e ob- 
tained aa interview with Hii oorge 
Arthur, personal seoreiary and oiHcial 
•blographar at Lord Xltehener, thla 
afternoon. 

"I neither believe or diabefteve the 
mory that l,ord Kllrhener'a body haa 
lippii founiK my mind la completely 
open, declared Sir tJeorge. 

"I do not know enough detalUi of 
the fasta to make a mora definite 
aUtsBMat but I must admit that Mr 
Power's artteles about his discovery 
are moft Intereatlng." 

Mr Power expert-^ the body to 
artiv.' In KnKland tomtirrow It will 
111- t.ikrn to a mortuary or ihurrh at 
oTi. p ;iii.| ho aaya that hp will notify 
mcmbera of the family and aome rep- 
reeeatatlva of the British Qovernmcnt. 

m UN NORTH mi 



af Naaal! 
May Haa la Waath Vi 



VA.Nt'orvKR Anr » — 'Mr Hec- 
tor ,^ Stewart, whi w»n Klhrral <~*n- 
dldatp In Nannlmo In the Federal 
election of 1017. anneuncaa that he 
may poaeihly bo a eaadtdate In Van- 
rouver North ea aa ladapeadeat 

Liberal ticket 

Pome montha a»o hbi name waa 

mentioned aa a poaalhle appointee of 
ihp then Liberal Federi»r Government 
to a |>ii«ition on the Vaasaww Mar- 

bor <"onimi«" 

Whii*^U I nhrh \ I r 

ConAacated by PoUf 

TORONTO. Ont , Auk t Heverai 
hundred whiaky lah>':« 4p«iiie« nn.i 
bogus Federal etami - ■ iPd b\ the 
rolleo at from $2. COO to wero 
ponflacated yeatwday by tlia p«llco. 
who raided a Parkloy Mreat heuee. 
Froda Wnlehnk wa* arreted on a 
rha rsT' ' ■ ' ' ' ' ; ■ ;:. r I I •, 

enue A> t. una Ha» i.eia t<>,ooo bail. 



WITHIN EMPIRE 
UESJII WAY 

Mr. 'Meighen Urges French- 
Speakins Electors Not to 
Inia^ine That Separation 
Offers Better Prospect 

« 

"CONSTITUTION ISSUE'' 
IS TERMED "NONSENSE" 



It Is "Artificial Lightning," 
"Cloud and Dust," Raised to 
Obscure Real Questions to 
Be^ttled 

ST. JISAN. Man.. Aug. In hla 

awtft trip by automobile aeroaa 
aecUons of 'flouthora Manitoba today, 
rremler Melirhen traversed a trip of 
Old Quebec on the rrairlee. On every 
hand rang the nrrenta of Quebec, in 
conyernatlon In iIh' hall, on the Streets, 
In algna on the atorea. 

Mr. Edmond Comeault, who waa 
Liberst eandivate tn' pwirsiirtirr in 
the laAt efeeltoa, was 911 the platform 
In support of Df. MacFadden. Con- 
aervatlve candidate in Provencher. 
Mr ("ompault nald in the l.i^t <-|p('tl.)ii 
hp had utood for Juotipe and Mrillah 
fair play. "I did not rpi Hrllifh f.iir 
play In the Liberal I'arty," Mr. Come- 
auH aald. 

rvpmler Melghan opeabd la French. 

11* Hpoke of the cnmmunfty of Eng- 
liwh and Krpni li in rro\pn< hrr as 
beinc a gooii oxariipip to tho re.'-f of 
the Dominion. Up Mild th.it iin.lPr .1 
Conaervattve adminiatratlon the ppoplp 
would be aasuretf of an honest and 
Stable government and Canadians will 
and Work at home. 

"I havp bppn iialntod ton ofirn." 
a.aid Mr. MelRhon "aa ono who haw no 
wympafhy for I ho l-'rench-apeaklnR 
I'ltispnn of our pounlry 1 h.ixr 
rppeafpdiy challenged our ad\prsarie« 
to point to me one word or deed which 
ahowed tha sHghtcst sembUOKO of 
enmity or anything but frlendahlp for 
those of the French tongue of this 
Dominion " Mr. MelBhen prr.s<<ed home 
the point that bin polity aimed at the 
presSffVation of peace. 

The IbaptrD 

"Don't ever think," ho said, "that 
by aeverlnu ouroelvea froat the- great 

Kmplro gf which wp are a part we 
wiMil^l thereby tako the p.itb of pp.irp 
an.) j~.ifely. Thereby wp ahould be 
taking the path of danger and peril. 
Hut what we ohould do is to uae 
counaei. m to uso euT Influence In 
world affairs— ao far aa we have 
hifluenee — to make certain that the 
causes of war are removed, that the 
future of mankind la made certain 
along the path.^ of po/icp ' Mr. 
Melghen attain warnih <|cnlp(l that he 
propospil to aina iKaiii.itc the Canadian 
National with th.- Canadian Pacific 
Uallway. "Thp> raised tha cOBatltU- 
tlonsl Issue," Jdr. Melghsn parsusd, 
referrlnf to the liberal campaign, "ao 
that you went haar anything about 
the Ctistoma Inqalry." He deacribed 
the conatltutlonal queatlon n« n "ilg- 
ment of nonaenae," "cloud and duat, ' 
"arUflGlal thuader and lightning." 

CAliUATi:ii ARE 
IN TliiU iJiRiy 

THHF.l HIMittl .l> > N |. I V 1 N I \ . 

vol t : I N I I I 1 I • I < • I I ' \v I I KB 

i^m>.n >o.\ii.N,\ ru>.\ 



Coi 



Hare 
aM Maty 



riffty. 



TORONTO. Aujf 0 Four weeks 
before nomination .Ib\ aboui J74 
can.lidatPM are in the flel.j for the 24.^ 
aent^ in the Houne The major partien 
aip aimo.st f.jual in number of can- 
dldate« already .«cle«ted. 1«0 fon- 
aervatnpH havInK been nominated 
H(rnin-<t \:t2 Uberala. Forty-Ave Pra- 
Kioj^^ivea. including a aamber 'af Lib- 
rrai-Progreaeive noatlaeas, are nin- 
ning, aa well aa aeven ladepeadants. 
Ten Labarttas a too are aataag the 
early eontestanta. 

Having the largeat representation, 
<intarlo haa many more randidatea In 
the field than ;iny other province, 
with 12>, comiiar.-.i with Ho in Que- 
bec. Py provlnrrt. Ihr neata available 
and the oandldates offering today by 
parties are as foltowa: . 

Nominallona Mado 

Prince Kdward laland. 4 seata — 
Coaaervatlvefe 4. LIberala <. 

Nova Seatla. 14 
tlvea 1. Llbarala 7. 

New Rrunawick. 11 asata~-Qaiiasr- 

vatlven to. LIberala 7. 

Quebec, «'< i«eata Lll>erals %%. Caa- 
servatlvas 22, Independents 2. 

Ontario^ 19 seata — Coilaervatlvea 
•4. Ubertia rrocreaalvea It. La- 
borttss 4. Independenta 14. 

Manitoba. 17 aeata « 'nnKprvatlvea 
1*. Proffreaul ve« 11, l^hor 2. Liber- 
al.*. I 

Basfcalchowan. 21 seats — Mbernln 
IT. Caaservatives U, Progrsss l vew « 
Alberta, 14 saata — Consanratlvea fo, 
U.F.A. ». Uberala 1. 

British columbbk 14 asals Libar. 
ate IS. Csassi lafares 14. t n dsps a ds at s 
4. L^maa i. 
A Ca«asrvatJva and Uberal are al- 
Takaa'B aae 



Hon S.F.. TcimeReceiv^ Hearty Support Uq^^^ S, F. Toimle SuyS 
of Conservative Delegates tn Convention _ _ _^ 

Country Is Demanding 
Political Clean-Up 

♦ 

,V\.iiu I ihc'i .lis, in ( )iaLM t(>l tU\ t 1 liis, .Arc riirow- 
ing in I lu-n Suppo! 1 W ith ihc < ^oiiNfi \ ative- in \hc 
Present 1 Uvtion Wini.stcr M.ikc^ KcterciKC to 
Ueatii Qt Hon. Ocor^e bgivin 




HON. S. F. TOLMIE 
RETURNS HOME 



EimfrKTAsTir nK^cKmoN is 

<;i\ I N i<> I'ori 1 \i: minIS- 
ri K <»i M.iiH I III hi: 

la Heady to U-nd xi.i i ' Party in 
■ral i ■am|>al;;n I iir< 
British Columbia 



Both Side$ Are 
Marking Time in 
MexiemH CmUUet 



M 



tM9 md SmUm Maki 
Trmhf ^ ArmtmUm 

MADRID. aW 9.»-Tha Hpanlah 
and Italian Oovernmaata hVf9 MplPd 
aa arblisation treatk* ^ 



Ia fpUa of tha work eoaneeted with 
taking over an important department 

of iho Oovprnmcnt of the country and 
londing an important aid to hia party 
In a NtrPiuifiUft political c.impatgn. 
Hon. S. I'' Tolniio reached liomp yes- 
Icrday fhowing Utile evidence of ilir 
strain that a mld.tummer campaign 
entails upon a politician. To a Col 
onlst representative tho popular mem j 
bar for this city for some time In the 
Houss of Commona expressed his ap- 
preciation at getting back to th* city. 
The ( (,ol bracing air wa..< a relief after 
expprirncing the heat th.if prevailH 
elaewheif .ind rpsldent.i of the city, 
he aald, xhould be exceedingly thank- 
ful for the climatlooopBdttlons uadSr 
which they live. 

With Dr. Toimle the sKuatlon with 
respect to farming Is always aae that 
appeals to him and he quickly turned 
hin attention to the outlook through- 
out the Pominlon In the line of agrl- 
< iilttirp The crop.s from the Atlantl. 
to the Pacific, • Mai<I he. are gPnerally 
Above the average In .xome plact m 
they are excellent. With the promiae 
of fair prlcea the outlook from a farm- 
lag Standpoint is therefore good." 
Matters Political 

Drifting to political matters ths 
Minister of Agriculture aald that the 
situation waa warming up now ^lih 
the approach of the day of election. 
Mr. Mslgheo. he said, had had a won- 
derful recaption throughout the Mari- 
time Frovlnoea and on hla way iMtck 
to Manitoba, where he waa engaged 
now and where he waa recelve.l with 
Wonderful enthualaam l^eavlng Mani- 
toba on Auguat 12 .Mr Melghon will 
make hla tour through Saakat. hewan. 
Alberta and BrlUah Columbia. He will 
then proceed eaat to^tiebec aad On- 
tario. 

(rontlnued on Page 4) 

UNie VtTtRANS 

MttT IN mm^ 



i;xico CITT, Aug. t.— The 
Mexican episcopate con- 
tinues Arm in ita atand and re- 
iterated again today that Ihe 
Covprnment tan end the relig- 
iou.* deadlock whenever It 
. hnr.«e5. bv withdrawing the 
r' llKlou^ rcRiilat lon^. '"which 
dexirny the churcb's rights and 
conjititute ps rs aea ll e a of the 
churcrh." 

On the other hand the Oav- 
eraOMAt'a atutuda. ai tNibed by 
oMdahi, la thatt the Nathalie 
authorttiea can sad the trouble 
at any time they desire by re- 
turning to the i-hurchPri Ih* 
prlpat.-* they ordered to lea\e. 
providing ihpfo prieatx comply 
With the Ciovernraent'a ruling. 



CITY WILL MEET 
FESTIVAL OEHTS 



FrtaMlpal To^ rador TOgHaaaiiin at 
CoBvrntion to Be AmalgaaMtloa 
With Canadian I/cgion ' 

KAMI.fiOPS. Bi". Aug !» -The 
seventh annual convention of the 
Urand Army of I'nited Veterans 
opened here todsy with many dele- 
gatea In attendance from all parU of 
the DonUnJon aad under the chair- 
manship of Rev. Cel. R. M. Bteacy. 
ClffO.. Dominion president. 

sir Percy I.*ke, of Vlcrorla Domln 
Ion prealdent of the Canadian I-eglon. 
represent* that body Tlio i)rlnclp;il 
topic of dleciisxlon will be the quea- 
lion of amalg^mntlon «lih the I.eg|on 
anii which waa tentatively agreed 
upon at the Dominion convention of 
the U.A.U.V., has been under con- 
aldaratlaa sfaee. Reprssentallves of the 
I O.D R. aad Tabarealaato Vetersaa' 
Asaocutloa were prsasht aad eateaded 



i 



Wkmi Cf99 Tkl9 Ymr 

WTNNTFVO. Man . Aag. t.— Mar- 
vestlnic !■ fairlr geneml in Manitoba, 
with relarna up to expertal lona. ar 
cording to ihe weather and erop re- 
ports iMiued thla morning by the 
Canadian Pacific Agricoltaral Depart- 
ment. Average yioMa are lad lea ted 
from Msfeatchewaa aad A t bsr ta . Re- 
turna from threshing are Up to eg- 
perraMnno and are gratfhM well 

■ ■ ovidaaaa a( aay aaMou* 

damage i>> rua^ 



OOVIfCIL AUTBOIUZlv.i> I 

or oRAirr or •TM.ti to 

COWM BHORTAOK 

.Mayor I'cndrai I iec>. « lt» |o ThLc 
Ov^ Control of May 94 t^icbra- 
' tiaB #1 Fataae 

The sum of I7SI.91 was appropri- 
ated -by the City ( ouncii iggt night to 
cover the loss on the ltt% Victoria 
'l>ay celebratlen. ' The' city comptrol- 
ler la authorised to n^jfi* the alBCOUnt 
to which this amount la to be 
charged. 

The autement of the 19^« Victoria 
Day Celebration Commute showed the 
receipts of the feaUvitiea to total ti.- 
624.40. X>aaation8 promised, but not 
received, were 1444. The ea p e a ae a 
were 17.724.11. 

Alderman Brown re ailed that the 
City Council orlgmallv ma>lo a grant 
of li.fiOO to th" cicio atlon Commit- 
tee, and later another )1,000 waa con- 
tributed by the Council, making a 
toUl of 12,100 from the City of Vic- 
toria. Then several membera of the 
Council went out and rained funds 
from the citlsena, which aided the 
eammlttee in .harjre of the fenlivnl 

' W" ahould run the celebration our- 
commented Mayor Pendray. 
If the city IS going to be responsible 
for the debU of the Maytlme fete, at 
least It should havs tha control of the 
flnanoss. I think that same of the ar- 
rangements for this yaar^ eelsbratlon 
were veir alack." 

Alderman Mar' hnni c<.ns|f|ere,i ihat 
the celebration ahould be only one 
day, Inatead of three days' duration. 
Many yeara ago. when there was only 
a one-day programme, the city found 
ll.OM ample for the espeassa. How- 
ever, before a grant was mads In ffa- 
ture. a Hty ofllelal. who waaM be re- 
aponsible to the Council, ahould be 
appointed to direct the expeaditore of 
the grant, he suggested. 

That thla waa the first time a Vie 
toria Day celebration rnmmlttee had 
to come back to the ctty Council for 
an eatra grant, was Atderama Har- 
vey's slateaient. The revenae did aat 
coaia la. aa etpeeted by tha eammlt- 
tee. Feraanally. he ssM. ha had fsv. 
ored cutting down evpenae* when II 
was learned that rereipia would not 
ha aa Mrve aa ar h tfaaHy 



Foliah Consul'dem ral 

/• en Rouie #0 Cmai 

WINNIPEIi. Aug. 0. Mr 11 Uea- 

tresaaski. Chaaal-Oaas r al for Fohui4 
ta Canada, whe makes hto bsadaaar- 
tars la Montreal, paased through here 

today on hlf way to the Co.iiit to 
make a romprehenstve study of op 

portunitie* for trade * ■ 

tor hla raaauryaMP 



Local Nominee Will Spend Remainder of 

ElLcuon Campaign in British Columlna 



A S was expected, Hon. S. K. Tolmic, Minister of .\Kriculturc in 
^ the'Dorainkm Govcrntnent. was unanimontly nominated as the 
roiiscrvativ c caiKlidatc for the city in the caminjj election, \o 
other name was put forward and in no uncertain way the nominating 
convention, which assembled last ereniiur in the rooms of . the Lib- 
eral Conservati\c iMtrty, showed its conndence in the (ori»er »cm- 
her for Victoria. 



MR. KING S RETURN 
SAID TO BE WISHED 
BY ALL SEPARATISTS 

I OKONTl), Aug. ^ Hon R 
H Bennett, Kcderil Mtntater of 
Finance, in the course of an ad- 
dress at a large Conservative picnic 
held here Satttrday aftcrabon and 
cvrninR at Exhibition Park, 
claimed that every Kcpsrstist In the 
Dominion was endeavoring to oust 
Mr MciKlicn from the IVimc 
Mim^lcrshij) and that all the fnrrr* 
whiili threv* ihcir influence to 
\vard> annexation or separation 
were behind Right Hoa. Mff. Kiac. 
in this electtea. 

MAN IS CRUSHED 
BENEATH TRyCK 

MR. I iioMHtiui 111' t\l \N- 
bli4 iU^TRKt.TJU 1 .1 i|i.l> 



Sy 



Driver MalatalitN Ha ILaow Mothiag 
^ el Jlitild«>ni Pntll II 
Happened 



Mr y DonorofT. of 1 « 1 0 Blanahard 
,'-i|rec(. waa killed almost Inatantly 
when a Roaa lumber carrier, weight- 
ed down with 2.700 feet of lumber, 
ran over hMla at the Canadian Pyiget 
Savad iMfebar Company's yards, 
Store Street, at S:1S a'elaefc yeater- 
day afternoon. Mr. CharMa Raid, of 
2312 Vancouver Street, was the 
driver. An la^uost witl be held at 
Ihe B I'. Puaaral Partara al it a.m 

tomorrow. ' 

The accident oocurred when Mr. 
Doneroff. an ompleyaa at (ha yard, 
was walkias aa aanM baardiaf be- 
tween tha klla aad the maaaChetur- 
inc ahed. He waa haaakad down 
when croaslag this area, the right 
front wheel of the lumber truck 

paaeing rltrht over hia body. 

( harlen Held, the driver of the 
carrier, who had Just picked up ? 70n 
feet of lumber, aald he did not aee 
the man, hia attention havlag beer, 
drawn to the accident only when 
Me«va.Traaeia R. Ke^r and John C. 
CoaaUnttae. Wh4 tsars loading oarts 
with aawdbat, eheutad to him. He 
Immediately stopped. At this point 
of the yard Mr. Reid has to lower hla 
head on account of the height of the 
carrier and overhead woodwork. Thla, 
he expiainad apmawhat impaired hki 

vision. 

Dr. Oraham attended the cane and 
had the man removed to the 8t. 
Joeeph'a Hospital, bat he Whs dead 
on his arrival there 



CHINA BUYS MIIHI OF 
OlWWUkAiANUtUUjK 



Orer T i. > .> I More Thaa 
Producla Grows 



wnonPVO. Aug. t.— "China buya 
Its wheat and flour largely from 
Csnada." said Mr '*Harlsa N, Sua. 

Tientsin, China prealdent of ths <?hl1l 
• Vjmmerclal Company who passed 
through here this morning on the 
Tranacanada for VaaoMvar aa hia 
way to the Orient 

"R ap or t of tOhnadlan wheat and 
flour this ysar ta Chlaa win show sn 
Inrreaso of at loaat twenty-dve per 
cer* "V- Iiat year and will he the 
hicc'"' \p«r in grain trade hiatory 
J,etw^en I'hina and t^inada. Mr. 
Pun. nho I* one of Chlna a leading 
bualnea* men. bas been at the it»«riu 
o*ntenntal eaposltlan at Phlladelr»hla, 
nnd will eaaatade aaeeral large deala 
with Caaadtan fcaMaesp ftnaa en hia 
wav the f^ar. 

Bishop / onHnn 

iJapiizcM McnnonUe 

TORONTO. Aug » -Hla Lordship 
th* RIahop of I..«tnder,, who haa ar- 
rived In Canada from F.ogland. bap- 
tised A Mennonite chi'd. Nlrhtklaa 
Patrick Motajrama Dyk en board the 
Metagsma while the ship was making 
her way op the St. Lawrence River. 

•a f s p selal dispaUh fram 
tw Tho Olabo. TRs babr was 
born Waeaaoda\ ir> h« ateorage, and 
H the OlglMh '.lumber of the fsmllv 
Mi« bir'h U r»i<ru»'.l in the allir > 'oj 
.TOd will be recorded in the eld pariah 
rhijrrh fMepney. where births on 



la asnveylng his thanks to the i.artv 
for the conndence repoaed In him In 
ssleoliag him aa the nominee. Dr. 
gaJe^ ha * wag* the wiora Iwi^ 
wHh the act la view of the 
(hat he had spent his Ufa ta the 
and should be known to tham. 
Me said he did not think he could be 
accuaed of being "asleep at the 
switch" aa far as the .it\ waa con- 
cerned, as ha had dUx-overed that ha 
had s|>oken on from forty-live to fifty 
subjeeta afTaetlng the city durtng the 
aeaaiofi. Ih thki aaaaaeUaa he was 
especially grattfled. he aald, at tha 
references that had boon made to hhi 
address ort the Immigration S UbJ aat 
by the Press of the country. 

Daaoii at mm. f. ■ al Ha 
Refers preeaedtag fa the polltloal 
nuestlaas. Dr, Toimle esprOssed his 

regret at the death of Hon (Jeorge 
Bolvln. the late MIniater of Customs 
In the (;o\ernment of III Hon W I. 
Mackenzie King Hp eald hr had 
known him from the time when he 
waa elected Deputy Speaker of the 
House of Commons undsr ths Con- 
servative Oovernment. In that 
capacity he had aoQulttse hitnaetf wHh 

ability and fairness 

Me wished to nay that no matter 
how Ihey might dilTer in muttern 
political In the Hoii.-p the pereonal 
relatlonx between the members were 

nat aCaotad and he had a personal 
liklei iM Mr. Roivm, who had shown 
hifdasH a clever debater aad hhi deaih 
would be a sever* leas to his party/ 

In opening the meeting last p\enlng 
the president of the asaociBiion. ,Mr. 
IJndley Crease, remarked upon the 
pleaaure of having with them again 
the genial Minister of AsMeaiture wHe 
waa ta aanr Um S4Wty ta tta i ary la 
the eteeUol», ii -asaaiit aaly Nke 
>eaterday, he said, that thsy had 
gathered before the last election and 
made choice of Dr Tolni • tndl- 
date At that lime he ha l i ., .1 the 
nominafinn of the memher anrl liad 
taksn occasion to say that Dr. Toimle 
woaM bring credit and honor to tham 
as a party In his capacity of repra* 
sentatlve. 

QocotJon of HnncHly 

Another election had arrlv^'i sn| 
the people had to decide whei • 
>-ho< king conditiona that bad been 
^hown to exist in c9nnection wHh th« 
Cttatonui Department wsra to prevail 
or.aet la thlg country. It waa now a 
queetlon of whfthar the people were 
going to demand that honesty should 
prevail In the administration of affalra 
The opportunity was now afforded to 
decide whether such actlonn ax thoae 
exposed in the Investigation were to 

be aiiowsd to go*br wRhaet seaisli* 

ment, 

Thrawlas the meeOag apea la 
nomlaattaaa. Mr. W. C. Maraaby 
moved the name of Dr. Toimle. He 

aald no words of commendation were 
necessary In moving the nomination 
of I»r Toimle. 

He referred to Ihe fwcf that Dr, 
Tolmie had been Belecte.l for the 
re»ponalblp position of organiser of 
\\\^ parly throughout the Domialon. 
He had shown himself a staloamsa 
as well. He had, showa hla ability by 
galag before tha a U t sa m sa af Rngtand 
aad aaaarlUg tha removal of the 
embargo on eattle. In this action he 
had done credit tn himself and to his 
country 

Mra It M Kalrweather seconded the 
nomination, speaking briefly. 

The aomlnaUon was appravad with 
rlastag sheers far tha Mlalslar. 

Dfntonnrra Bargaining nysicm 
In hi/. ni<--- h Dr Toimle dealt with 
the poiiiifn! Ksues of the day at seme 
leagth. He denotiaeed the syatem of 
harffOalag which hsd bsea carrMd 
oa by the lUag OavaraaieiM wttA the 
P i o g ieas l res. TM* traRMfclaf had 
boen carried on from waak ta week 
at first and then from day to day, 
ending wlih the bargaining b^lnc 
from hour to hour, with th* members 
leaving ttle House fVaSI lISM ta ttSM I 
In t hl» ( on ne, i Ion. 

I>r T -^M thst this ayatem ef 

carrying on affairs waa dt s fuatiaf to, 
the right thlaklng people la the Man- 
try and ^herl waa a detoHnhiatioa ea 
the part of <ho electerala ta get away 
fraai it. Th r aa gh th* country iharo 
weep Msaay LISarmM wfca were m favor 
of f eteaa-Mjtegi jrfc« anare announc- 
ing their fdMHWl la aid in this by 

voting for Ihe Conaervatlvea, 

The Iriieklng and tmdloi- », t).,^ 

late f;o\»rnment had '•ar- hud > 

In the end brought about 'tefeai 
of the rimrrr n-r \ and the aoreptsnce 
of odrice by Rt Hon- Arthur MMfhaa. 

Hm siatemoat mad* by Mr. Ma«- 
VoAaie King before the last ela«ll*n 
that he waa not propared to ea^ry en 
without a clear reai- ■ h • ken 
br 'hla "frw). , 1 trad- 

ing" with '^' T - when the 

House met m order to het4 oH ia 
ir. 



TH". DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA, B.C. TUESDAY, AUGUST 10, 1926 




For Onnfort 

wear our i>C4mless Kitstic Hosiery — glvr^ 

the maximttm ol comUnt and wt»r. Ankle 
Knee Cftpg. 



The Owl Drag C4i.»m 



W. N. ■land. Mo' 




•ritM FMftiMr Mni 1M Gml 

Sc« Atir tpteUl ditpi^ of Entlbll 
niMlt BreguM, OsfeHs and BmU, 

in btiek and tans, msdr from 

thf choirest Britiih trathcn liy 
ihr Ifgdm^ m*i>ufai"turrr» of 
I iiK!.infi I'hr tn(j>t I'lniplrf 
ranse ol value* evn . (irr'-ri 




The British 
Bo«« ihop 



MUNDAY'S 



UlS Gov 
Street 



Furniture Sale 

f >ur J^^t!) Aniiti.il Sa!r r.*' !f. tt^c I'lirnitiirr I'rfMiti;:;. C'arprt ., 
Linoleum, etc., now on. We are otlcrmjj •plcndid bareams 
at r^eatly reduced price*. Come and get first choice. Very 
fA'' •'•rni^ n{ paymrnt u ifliont interest arranged, if deflrerl 
ileic are two sample barg4m»- ilundrcds ol others to choose 
from. 

•OUl) MiMKO OAK WALNUT I- 1 nishIO STBSL 

DINERS BLD 



With rf»l leather slip ^fat» 
arm and ti\f small cli i - ' 



'le Two mrli po«ta with one-inch 
fillers, full tin oldjr; regular 



regular (45.00 vslact. 9 CA price |U00. 

in thnni owi Bads and Mi 




I420 DOUGLAS »T 




BgnCTVAuue 



UMITCD. 



To Stage ami Bm Proprietors 

W r >pcciali/.c 111 liability iii^urdiire on stapes and 
busses as rccjuii ccJ by Provincial Government regula- 
tions now. in force. 

Let IT5 Quote Yoit T^owcst Rates • 

MACNICOL « COMPANY 

574 Yttat SMt Otneral Inmirtaca nnat 1470 



mm 




SHORT ENDS 

f-Iaeh ID t-Xaeh 

Miti C o a v f alint lor MaalM* a«4 
inall St«v«* 

CAMERON WOOD 
41 COAL COm LTD. 

City Office: Moody Block. Corner 
YatM and Broad SUMts (U]^uirs) 



INVAUO OlRECTOil 

IS EN ROUTE WEST 



.^untrallan Hanked 

•a Way 



ConU- 




DIGGON'S 

PRODUCERS OF 
PC-RrECT PRINTING 



For Roof Work 

Ot^sil^ ki a^ pstchiags ar aaw 
wark. NaJA^ Mfar «aa aaaa 

Ha R. BROWN 

Ml VUm It riMas 115 



Attwek WUk Umr 

VAKCOtTVKli. Aur t>-.Tam Kokti- 
llKi>4 ia MnA^r arr^vt rharfod with at- 
ttmptad murder aa lh» r«i«ult of al- 
l«V*«lr thraaianlnf to kill Mward M. 
ftrMin<>r ana attaafclaa Mai «Mi a 
raaor. 



WlNNirM. Aaa* • Mi>. John 

<;.»rv«n, rtlractor of tht Common- 
wMlth Bank. 8y4n«y, Auatralla, with 
wiaa' financial Intaraats in that Domin- 
ion, is traveling arroaa CaBa4a In a 
■pacUl car attaohod to a Canadian 
Paeiae train, which paaaed throufh 
Winnlpaa tonl«ht Mr f;.-\rv«n win 
al«y at the Kmpr^xs Hoicl. \irtorla, 
f^r » "hnrt timf t" »> riQ rji I ory to aall- 
\T\g (in (h^ Aorifnjl. Aufuat 26, for 
f^y<\T>»y Mr (;»rv»n aatled from Aua- 

iraiu early In the Hummar, travolod 
\\» the Rues tn Knrianri. aatf Nacliaa 
Montreal about ten days afo. on the 
homeward Joumoy. Ha waa atrirken 
with a Horraua breukdown and inken 
to the Royal Victoria Moapltal in 
">»»»equence nf ihU there wan nrwnt 
-loubt aa to whether he would he able 
in undertake the lonj Journey to Vap- 
rouver, but after Inaperllon of the 
private far plared at hU fJlapeaal, It 
waa dacldad that the. fatlaue «f aach 
« trip waat« ba reduead ta a mlal- 
aauai. and with hla frlaad, rraf. Mtlla: 
a Royal Vietarte aaraa aad kta tve 
aiatera, Mr. Qaiaaa aat tpt aa Batar- 
day nlfht. 

Mr. M. U.KU$9H Dim 

HAMlLTOHr pnt.. Auf. H. H. 
xitiien. fanaar MMrnkar ef thf Oa- 
tario llaltarar Boar«. diad thia morn- 
ina 




SOLD ATAU HAHDWAPF ANO PAINT STOOr^ 





SHINSdUE 




1 URMUH'S 6R0CERTERU | 

740 • 7S1 YATBS iTKBtT 1 


TODAY'S SPECIALS I 


Red Arrow Soda Biscuits 


1 ackage 




Singappre ftUaad PkmmUt 9 Cm 
^ larRi- tina far rL'. fl>9C 

Oartoa's H.P. laoea, 

l>er bottle imOC 


Bnpfeaa Strawberry Jam. 

j>ri tin 


39c 
40c 


1 lb. Oranga Pfkoa Tea ^nd 


!ha B V Sugar ^ 




Lima Fmlt Juice. *> r 


Dnmesnr Short ening. 


fSc 


Pure Oranae MarmaUde ja 

< 49c 


Freah Local Plunas^ 
4-lb. baaket ft»r 


20c 


Sweet Valrn^ij Drangr-.. 'e^ i 


itr .15e dea. (oa^ _ 





RT. HON. NR. ITKENNA 
IS UULBjlECniR 



INanx k Arr Mr<ird to FttI 
Vacanctra on Board 

M<'>.VTnKAr. Aug 9 Rt Hon 
Reginald MrKanna and Mr W R. 
VeAioik. txitli of lyindiin. Kngland, 
war* taday appointed dlrectora of tba 

CanadUn Paaiaa Jiallway at a 
ina al tha baard af tiM etmmn 
TKagr wUI au vaeanolea oaUMd br tha 
dealha of Sir Aucuatua Nanton aad 

^ r Thomaa Skinner 

Right Hon Reginald MrKanna 

hH« been ( h«lrrii;iri <if the London 
.loiiit < H) an l MidUnil H.ink sinre 
ItH, anrt wii« I'hanrellor of the Kx- 
<'hequer 1SU-1S16. He WAS born la 
London la iaci. 

Mr. M, K. Peacock waa bom In 
Olaafarry County. Ontario. In IITI. 

and waa eduritte<1 ai t'pper ranadft 
College. He lie ..m.' Inlercnlril m 
l'iiMi< utilliiea In Itlo. and haa Ukcn 
.1 i*rs:e interaat In the dl»ertlon »/ 
^'•'1"- "f <'.iiiada'a blggeat companlea. 
I" i>22 ha waa aent by tha SalUali 
vanimaat ta Um Oanaa oaafarMda. 
Binca IHT ha haa apaat'aMM af hip 
time tn Sntland. 

HON. S. F. TOLMIE SAYS 
COUNTRY DEMANDING 
PQ UTICAL C jEAW-UP 

Oaatlaaai from rata 1 



Tlila "tmeklnv and tradlnv" went 
en aatit altar the tnraatltatlona Into 
the Stevana* ehargaa, when the Pro- 
rrenalves deaei^ed Mr Kins and he 

wa.H defeated three lim'- In r>iie r1«\ 
\\ hen he did not ai-l the right tn 
appeal to the country with a vote of 
f-n?<ure laying over him, Mr. IClBf 
arte,1 like a aaolled child. 

The lovaaUfatiana lata tha CualoM. 
t^^id tha »ga l tsr. siMwad that Mr. 
Kin« had kaawladca e( irraatiiaritieg 
for atphtoan months before the 
charfea wrr.- -p.i.ir Mf u..'. 

When M f .NpHrUf reprrien ' < ritr the 

■ ■ !■ tnta who aufT'rrd - i.,-- .Mimjn 

i' • K ;«j.td the mattar -.ofrir' ■ K "u 
th. latter advlaed him to bring in di- 

>»t eharpe, «nd thay would ba in- 

vofltlaate.i 

Hobbed th« Country 
The barge Tremblay incident 

rofrrt - ! f r, 1,,. Xolmle I.KJuor f^,,,,, 
Hfltri'iin brought Into ('.itiarU 

M' 1 ; I lloT! , i.f the departnieni , i ri 
;»nd .-.Mzed the Uquor. Of 
> "> KtMnn.i auppoaed to 6b OH 

i.oard. icooo ga lia n ii all IM4 aauld ba 
obtained, waa aa)d ta tha DoMlnion 
OlatllUra at IS« a pallon. when |u 
a e»Uoa waa tha yrlca being paid for 
almliar liquor by the province of Que- 
bec A loaa of fllO.OOO waa made to 
ih" Dominion. 

The Mounted Polloo had boon takan 
H\v.iy from Invaadfatlaaa la Moatroal 
under tbo Oovemmant then in aower. 
Mr. B> M. Buaby, tha Chief Innpector of 
Cuatoma, was alao kept out <>r ihHt 
Customs office The preaent (Jovern 
ment had pu' ' \' PmIi,^ ha. k 

there, and waji pr(j»erutln^ the Do- 
minion Olatlllors for about tS,Mt,SSS. 

Tha impraaalaa from tha ayidaace 
bafora tha lavaaUgatlon was that un- 
fit' Ur. Jaaquoa Buraau 'untomn 
afTalra were debauched M K.r.a made 

Anofh'- .n.^iianre waa that ol Moaea 
Atlx. In H hirh a member of tlia Nauae 
urged the Mialatar ta kaop Aala out 
of Jail, to whloh ho had has* com- 
mittad <ar ba«tUf>taa. Tha raaaon 
aartanad was that Aala waa aaadad by 
this member In his elacttan. 

The Minister arted, and Aala did not 
jHii until long aftarwarda. when 
the maitar pot abroad. 

PtanAaa lo b« stopped 

I>r. Tolmie compl.iined of plunging 
miihods uaed In .Montreal electlone. 
Tti'i. had h»en itien brought In from 
the I nited Utatea, and one of these 
men boaatad ha had vatad 111 voters. 

Undar tha oovdittoaa tfcia tlaM. with 
tha maehtaary o( tfea alaatleiia aader 
tha Coaaervativaa, aara would b« 
tahan that the eleetloh would be con- 
ducted properlj 

Tteferen'-o \v;>« mad' lo the theft of 
A balhii i..iv with 111 hnllni- m it hy 
an electlo^ offlrer in Paace River dis- 
trict and the Mjbatltutl^n a( nliiaty- 
eight votea for the oppanant of Mr 
Colllna. the Cenaorvativo oandldate 
Advanupa waa takan of the law and 
apaln by tha dafaat of a motion for 
an invaatiSAtlon by a committee of the 
House to prevent Justic* being done in 
t h la in» 1 1 er, 

.Mr King had tried to surround 
himaelf with a screen by talking "eon- 
atliutinn" to d«traet from tha aaaadaia 
in which tha <}amaaiaat waa lapii- 



Dr Tolmia eomhatt' : ' • Mpraasn-. 

tatlon* m«de that there waa anything 
wrong with the procedure which had 
aneued In connection with tht taklap 

of power of Mr. Maiphan aad tha 
brinffinp en ef tha alaotlaa. Tha law 
offietra af tha Craara had h—n oon- 
auitad on all polata aad aadaraad the 

aetloaa tahan. 

The offlcars were Deputy Miri»»er 
of JiiaUce Mr. W 8 Kdwarda who 
had bean appointed hy the I.lberala 
the el«rk of the Privv i"ounc||, Mf. )5. 
.T I^emalr* who had Hkewlaa haph 
appointed by the I,.iberals, aad tha 
assistant ciark of the Privy Capartt, 
Mr. o. C. Kaaar. wha had paaa Plaay 
ysara In tha efHea. 

These law offleera of the rrrown had 
heH that Mr Mel^hen nnn In order 

h\ r«Illn)C in I'll' I ..ijn. (n n ■ ' 

aa a d m I n (at rw I or n '«iihoi)t remunera- 
tion Thaae om»er« h.i'l alao p^ggf 

upon th* diaaolutton of the MatMa aa 
being eerraet. 

Man ilka Lard Oafprd had haM that 
tha aatiaa af Lord Byar tPraapheat 

was een^ and within hl» righta 

Dr. Telmie met the rhurge that Mr 
Melghea had taken no Ktepn t'-> puf 
through the 1er «Ht.„n ih.Tt wax then 
aw alllntf ' ' ' nor -Oenera t « 

.nn«en» Mr Klnjf m-tiii ttie saoaker, 
• hTva dona thin had ho Wlahsd 
by acreaMaiit with Mr. Malffhaa. In 
staad ha Mf awi ta aaasMar the altua 
tim. Latar Kiat racaapd ta aator 



Stops Couiks, Colds 

tort Tliroit in a Mifht 

Think of a madlcina ao healing. »o 
balsamic and antlaeptlc that exery 
traoa af cold and eoreneas gaas before 



Abolition of Two^tty 
System /« Advocated 




MR. UKORGE G. COOTK 

Abolition of tha two-pafty syatem tn 
Canadian paUtlea. oaclallaMat af tha 
paarar af tha PHasa Mhiiatav t^ pra- 
aliHata a diaaolutlon of Parliament 
aiMl tha flsing of a stated term of 
omre for a Oovernment — thrao or 
parhapii five yeara^— were advocated 
by Mr t^.enrge fi. t'oote I'rogrewtivr 
member for Maciend In tha laai Par 

I laaiaati at a p»iitioai 
week. 

into any agreement laOklM'-ta tll«' 
paaslnc of supply. 



CATARIUfOIONC'- la ae earUln 
la catarrh. hraaahMs. that avary eas« 
la relieved pramptly. 

Delightful to naa, nuick to art aur* 
1 r»- 1 - r'ATA RRHnzo^g 

■-^'li^ I !'«' " •■ifn.-i*ni fnr two 
-^on.h. t' .mall alae 

^t all druggiau. Refuse a 



When tha Matahan Government ^as 
defeated by a vote In the Houae. whan 

Mr. Blrrl hrnUf \uf p.iir the leadere nt 
the party .iKned that thi' right thln/s 
lo d'> [■> n fu^e to "truck and 

trade" with the Proyreaslves and tu 
po to the country. 

Autharttlaa ilka Mr. Bearaaaa. the 
Paaoaak af tha Hoaaa. wara iadlaa 
oonstitutiaiial quaatlaaa Md pa pp aat- 
tlna Mr. KInr 

Dr Tolmie aald Canada w a - 'lc- 
mandlnir a rhanae in conditions ' an 
.I'll in'irt- prosperoiin than two 

vears ago. more Uue to I'rovldence 
'tian In Mr. I^ng. The .Montreal Star 

estimated that tf the Coaaarrathr* 
party was alpptad tha 00— try weald 
reap |1.0M.ff af aa advantaca. 
Tha Oeaaarvatlva party required a 

clear majority so an lo do .<n,iv uith 
the "trucking" that had ' h 1 1 a. i en/.' t 

I tif' l,i'c I I M V f r n ni e n ' h aition* M ' 
l\ing.i powT hint heon \"a n i.s ti i n K ; i ■ ■ ni 

li ; ri', H r i o : i ! ri i: n\ with the ~' « n ; i !.«, 

hanging about hla peck expect to Im- 
prove hla g|taaClaa«' 

T1rrH» for Clran-t'p 

The tinni had ( ome lo ileiin jp the 
situation In Canada. The (.'"n-«e.-\a- 

tive cioverameat was proaaoutlnp tha 
perpetratoda Of the frauda whathar 
Uberala, Qan ae n r atlvoe or aagroaa alae 
ThreaaMift the oatiatry there wha a 
deasand far a elaaa-up and Uberaia 
were announolBp their intention of 
aiding In ihU hy voting Conwerv .it i\ e. 

In the Murltlnu-H the IndlcationH 
were that a g;iin w^uld be made. In 
Quebec, with three papcre aupportlng 
the Coneervatlve cause which had ^Ot 
bean doing so before, the Coaaanra- 
Uves wara In a^ueh hettaP paP HI en. 
The Ubarala wara trylag ta atlr up 
racial and rall«fetta strlfa, aomathtnt 
that should never be done. 

The records uaed in the Cuatoma In- 
ventigatlonn had been very carefully 
aearched by the I.lberala to try to And 
BomVthIng to Incriminate the Con- 
aervattven and not a thinff waa hrauabt 
out. 

Haat Mere Conac r vativo 

Quebec would give the Conserva 
tlvc.^ a better support iIi.mi In the pa-st. 
Ontario al.so reaenieu the aaperslons 
cfiHt upon the Oovernor-Qenoral. aad 
would show it at election time. 

British connocUoB he fait to be the 
praataat aaaat Caaada had. Tha Britlah 
nnarkat ahaaM ba auraod to lu fullaat 
extent la thf davpiopiaaat of trade. 

Manitoba aspeetod to make sub- 
stantial K'«in.H for fht> Conservatives. 

"We're tolng lo break Into Sas- 
katchewan, .laid L>r. Tolnii'-. In no 
province did he see euch a change as 
there. There waa a strong Libers! 
maehlna In thai provlaoo. but there 
wara two aaau that aheald bo talaed 
and throe etbara ia which there was 
a flfty-flfty chance at present. Mr 
Dunnlnc would be ptvan the flght ef 
his life In hla aa^a aoaaUtaaacy. and 
Move On ' Ma U s r waU waa aaarPi af 

hlH .•<ent. 

In Alb" rta the Situation wa.« .satia 
factory In British Columbia hs did 
not know the situation aa wsll as he 
weuM In a ahart time. Me admoniahed 
the party ta laava aethlna andane to 
inauro a sw a s p i n y yrtetarjr. In this 
city there wouM deubtleea In a fsw 
daya ba a candidate In the fla4d for 
the Liberal- Ther. ahould be hO 

oarelear" ■ - .4tter In order 

that therr- r' 1- • i,o danger. 

For the - ler of the eloetien 

he intended to apend hta tlBM la the 
Prevlneo of Britlah OalamMa. Baaatar 
Robertaan waa taklna eharae of the 
orpanlaation in the Beat and thus re- 
Heving him of that taak 

In Concluding. I ir Telm ^ - , •«aed 
hla enJo\mtni at re'ij^i >,« - n,, 
ftrst viait he had paid here atoee Jfa- 
l»2i. 



MANITOBA WILL 

GO CONSLRVAIIVL 

Can tinned fram Papa t 

One of the most lateraotlng battles 
la that In Rranden b^ween Mr Rnht. 

VorUe and .Mr I) i:.-»iih;ef (.aat 

• lartion Mr Raauhiar who »aa only 
ten daya tn tha field, redii<-ed Mr. 

Perko'a maiertty fram i.fcSS to 

Me la oaaataa a aara wlaaar Hi UMa 

aanteat. • 

Rafaaa to R^ Hnvie«i 
Of the aeven Conaervailve memboee 
from Manitoba in the last Parllamont. 
there appeara little doubt but all ef 
them will be elected. While aeme of 
them made three-cornered mnteata 
in the laat elo<*tlon i r now fac- 

ing atralght fighta aKa T ixion can- 
didataa, yet fuaton haa brought eo 
much bickerirg diaAppniniment and 
aar lni e w y. that •tmixht righta today 
nppnnr batter for t^s Coaaarvatlvse 
than thrae«aa n iars d eaateata hM year. 
At nearly every convention where a 
fualon candidate waa nominated there 
ileveloi»*d distinct breach In <he ranka 
f.r the fualonlata Many Liberals re- 
' .. na f..ro,.i vote for a Pre- 
greaaiva or l^h"' ta. and are 
their reeontr en' by all«n1n« 
aalvaa with Ue Canaarvative party. 
Oaaaartat tt Pr sp aggi i as win have 
naae af fasian a%aa eueh ruaien 
,na the ■wppart af Mr. Mackenale 



Ptudy haa given way ta athlattaa hi 
aenae aatleaaa. The thraa ata 
'MaHi Babt naltt* 



HON. DR. MAMON 
EXPRESSES FAITH 

.MONTKK.M.. A«B. t<— la an 
houncing hi> dr< isinn to contest 
the conMituciK> ol J4^.^JU^^ Carticr 
at tb« ceawny Federal cla e tiaai., 
Hon. K. L. Patanaade. Minister e( 
Justice. cxplaiiMd his position ha* 
fore a Conservative rally last 
iiiKhl 

"I claimed during the campaign 
last Fall that there ^hould ba a ' 
policy of peace between tha prav- 
idceg and ikm diver ac sections of 

^ eapntry, pad digerent i«<ri of 

Cana^, and I ha^e picaouK of 

noting the lame poih \' has been 
prciclicd by th( Iradi ts ol the Con- 
tpnrative part> 

Han. Dr. Manioa 

Hon. Dr. R J Mamon, who also 
arlr|rr»»r(f the meeting v^irl 
"M' KiiiK cannot net l>arU 
to i><)W » r "iuffirif ntl \ -tronv: 
enough lo gi\i- htm i harge ol .ii 
fiir» W ( are goiiiK to >mii B C , 
Manitoba. Ontario -inti tht Man- 
iimr I'rovini cs and we cannot 4o»e 
in yucbcc. and I have every con6- 
daaca Ikat the people of Oucbec 
arc foinf to taUr the true Csna- 
disn Irsd gfveti them l>v \fr. Fat 
ciiatidr aii<| join up uiili Umaii" 
and the nthr' piovtni in hrinjj 
I'a' I- rondituio- .•I'lili \\r nrrd lo 
nialwc this a K^eat nation.'^ 
• — 




Mr. oair> In Paranadrd 

NKU'-'t .-. r (• ^ ,^ 
IJberal n\ riK-eung held here ihi» 
afternoon Mr n. H. Oale. farmer 
Mayor of Vaaeouver, ferniaUy 
accepted the nomination previously 
tendered him to oantegt the eanatit- 
ueney ef Kootenav West In the forth- 
coming gener< > r'. 

Plotan ScocailoiUM iiiberal 

PICTOU. HSm Aaa. •••-Mr. James 
A. fVnoar. alglity>aeven yaara old, 
editor of the Maw aiaapaw Vaatrm 

Chronicle, wha waa offered the Liberal 
nomination In Plctou County and 
given a week In which to decide 
whether or not to aoeept. haa 
announeea hla lataattOB 4a epntapt the 



Mr. Fraaar has publlely announced 
that It alaeted hp will support a secea- 
alon movement In the Intereat of 

.\ MX a , 

FrontemK'-Addififton lAberul 
ItlKOfTON. Aug. », — There will be 
no three-cornered contest in Tron- 
tenac- Addlngton in the ' coming 

Feileral cle.tinn the Libera t .ivlng 

dacldad not to nominate a candidate. 

Althoufh no roaolutlon waa paaaad 
at -lha maetlap pledplap support to 
the Prepraartva candldete. Mr. R. J 
Buahnell. gaeakera ariad Liberals < 
vote for him. 

North ilBKoa Ukaap^TpaBPgdilvc 

STATNBR, Ont.. Any. ». — One of 
the keeaeat- elaetlon oenteats in 
Ontario will take place in the ridinn 

of North Simcoe, where Mr W a 
Ho>.-<. K (' H.trrle. Con ..(er\ a 1 1 \ c whip 
in the la.li Houae. la being oppoaed I'v 
Hon. i: C Drury. Crown HMI, former 
Premier of Ontario in the Valtad 
Farmers' administration. It la more 
thaa likely that the flght will be 
batwaaa thaaa twa, aa the Liberals 
are not aapeatad to name a man. in 
the eeateat last October between these 
two, the former «ucce!«.i»ful hy .i 

majority of 599, the ^ ote being: W. A 
U9fn, Mil: Hon Mr Drury, l,Sf|. 



Champlaln, Que. — L, A. OMsrgeron, 

Conaervat i\ e 

Brome and Mlasisaiouoi, Que. — W 

y. Ksy, ea-mamkar. Ubarai. 

Bt Karyi^ (MaMraal) ^ ■raest 
Chartlar. Conacrvatlva. 

Beauharnola, Qaa/^MaPlata Ray 

mond, Liberal. 

.Mcoiei. Que. — Charlea Bonraaels. 
K c . Conservative. 

Keotenay Weat<«-R. H. Oale, Ubarai 

Toronto Beat Caatre — Cecil W. Arm- 
stront. Independent Conservstive. 

Portaae Is Prairie, Man -Right 
Hon. Arthur Melgheg, Conservative. 

Renfrew Caa a> |f^-W. Klrhf^ Oan- 

aervatlx a. 
St Renlfaaa— Dr. J. W. Kaawden, 

Liberal 

^'lrtoru-Carltan. N.B.— Men. 'J. K. 
riemlng, Canaarvallva. 

Ja^auaa-Cartlar. Que Hon. ' E. u 

Patenauda, Caaaarvatluf. 

North afmeee. Ont.—B. C. Dmry, 
Progreaslve 

Wast Pelerboro. (»nt.-^J J Duffuf 

Liberal. 

wniow Puneh, Jaak.^-Dr. T. F. 
Donneiiv TJberat. 

LONG LAJUB, flaak. — Wiuuai 
Baaad, Oanaaraativo. 

The new curate was wslking hIook 
the Mde of the river when he came 
upon a boy who waa silently aad gel- 
emnly llghlnff. 

"How many have you got. my bey?" 
asked the cidVleal gentleman 

How many'" repMad the hoy 
"Well, when I have landed one mere 
I shall than have pat a haadaad all 
but alaatf-alaa." . ^ 

DO THIS AFTER 
SEVERE ILLNESS 

How tn Spreditv G(iin Strength 
and f'l.t on Neericfi! Weight 

Sc'^ ■ : Ke the wonderful vital- 
ising 1 nea estracted from the 
livers or common oedflsh to help 
ceavalaeclng people to aaJaUy pet 
strena aad we ll aro iyk p d y kaaws 

**ia gjatij^ aaaiaal' 
iMap aa amji Ubmb era ardarlnp a 
taptet caataimaa the vltamlnee that 
gtva la fratl faila viper atrength and 
weight— a tablet that i- >• « n as 
McCoys Cod Liver Bgtr" uhie- 
and ••i'fly has prove<i a b!e< 

to th. i»ar1. e' peopla whO llaV" 

ba-n «»ppe< • . ' ural .^ a apt h 

after any never* inneas. 

akinny men and women take them 
te spaodlly aut en plenty of good 
healthy solid (leah aad for thla pur- 
paae Uiey are on extremely cvad j|hat 
thin amn aad waiaea aftan taBa .an 
ive panad a la ia «apa Aa a nsatter 
off faat yanv AraffMl la 
to retam yonr spaapp tf 
take en I pen ads la IB days 

Oreat fer weak, ekian v v . ,. ^ i 
run dewn children too »• i « 
Ihero a !;i>«'tv .iripe'>'«> 

M» a-ire a i aak f.-,r »" ■ ,v . ■ y- m 
or ; . n .0 • n g n r, n e i ' , i i r , r . \ ^ 

tr>i • Tableta. Vanaoaver iirua Ce . 
Mar f <risaa Ovaf Ca.. Owl nmg Ce . 
and draaaMa aas ti akasa have a big 
da a ia a i far tlia« aad aiflliaaa are 
aaM aMntbty aR pvar Marth aad 
Baalk Ameriaa. Thar are stigar 

Paalad ahd aa eaarv ■ , . « k A » • 

VHMaip— 40 aanta. ^Adn.; 



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but yet demands a touch of distinction; 
to the \ounj?: nian who reflects a lively 
personality in his attire: We prescnt'to 
you our fhiest collection of Felt Hats, 
i rue in style detail, excellent qliillty, 
generous In choice of color, they are, In- 
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Oxford News 

a* 

*" »OR MEN AND YOUNG MEN 
> 1 ' lAL PRICES THIS MONTH 
Oxfords .are "thr thmfr- for men and voung men thesa tIa^ , 




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Dooflaa tt Phone 
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OiUdren Buried AUve 



nK*;iNA. Aug )» - Hurled under a 
deluge of aaad and gravel, three rh||. 
dren were suffocated Bun day after- 
noon while playinc on the banks of 
the Baakatehewan Mver near Her> 
bert. ISO mllea waat of Reglna. They 
are. I.ena I>yck, aged > twelve; Tina 
I>yrk, aged five: Peter I'vck. aged 
three Thev were children of .Mr and 
.Mra Havid I>vck. dairy f.nrmer of tha 
Herbert district. Just a few days aao 
Mra. X>ySk had a p r amanltlaa that 



disaster would alpH the fsmily snd 
had warnad tka ahlMreti to be <.«reful 

whUe >laylac IB tha 

river Banka. 



Gailtjr al AsiaMiaation 



A man. aappr In hapd. was aaaakt 
hy his wife aapaaoinatlaa pat aa aa* 
emy. hut a com — what ha needed waa 
Putnam's Cora Batraatar: its saf*. 
palnleaa aad aura. Try "Putnam'a" 
lia at an deaiera., 



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<^P> r p T.amH, lh.„.. 
Lamb 8taw, 
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Good luch in 
baking is iisualhf 
due lo ^ood 'jiid^mont 
in usin^ 

MAGIC 
BAKING 
POWDER 



MOSCOW DENIES THAT. 
ANY DISCORD EXISTS 



J><.i/I.t li. mIm .i ,1- iii ;.iK<-(i in 
J<U('rar> riir»ulir%, Vlhilf /An- 
•vteff Tiikn Needed ReM 



MOSCOW. Aor •.—All rvports 
Abroad th#t M. Btalin. general scrro- 
lAry of the CommuniMt party. ha« 
b^rn mur<l^rcd. that lienn Trntrky 
h.m ficil. that <irr(r(iry /.InnvirtT )\nn 
lircM f'xilcd an<1 :h,ii iho UijH.siati 
army and navy have mullnlfri. aro 
Mummer flctlon. An lnvrntu-aii<>n 
conducted by a correspondent of the 
.Aaaoclated Preaa ahowii that peace 
and order relsna threncheut RUMla. 
M. Stalin eeB<;fnu«a t« direct affaini 
of aute from hla Mnetttm In fk* 
Kremlin; Trotsky, who oeeiiplee a 
nrnwll apartment near that of M. 
Ktalln. In rn*roM«d In literary pur- 
HUitli and In work fi-r tlio rnnrosslons 
COmmlltPP. whilp ZinovlofT is t.ikinK 



a mu«h-needed real la the Caucaaua 
after hla atormr reeent tnnln«i with 
tiM central exeetitire committee of 

tha CaWfnuniBt party ^ 
No Slini of I'priMinK 

Th» ro has hcen no moblllxation of 
Soviet troop*, aa reported abroad, 
nor haa there been the allKhteat indi- 
cation of any tiprlrlnv within the 
army. Soviet leader* lonv have been 
m tHe eoatdiff «r nvtov tta army tHe 
best of everythlnv, beatowlng apMlal 
attention on their welfare, eoatentr 
ment and recreation, thos winnlas 
their loyalt>. 

M(>5i <)« Is a-" 'lu''"' a.' any city on 
Sutiday morning liiilf ihe popula- 
tion Ix away in the country and the 

lido of iifp runs etassMhiy thraugh 

the old rapital. 

LONDON. Amk. !>. - - Thf- Taj<s 
Acenoy, ofllclal new* dlMemlnator of 
the Roaeian Hovlet Qovernmcnt, In a 
meaeace to the Aaaociated Preas from 
Moecow today aald: "Ileporu of M. 
StallM'a aaaa eel nation, military revolts, 
moblllzationa and dlaturbancea on the 
iti.irk Sea arc absolute nonaenae, 
«-v«'r> ixxly lauffha at them." 



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Hav Ferer and all ))nini<hlal troublea. FREI Inf onMtlon Woi 
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NOISY ENHfUSIASM 
liEEI^ENIiUSUiUND 




■[ h. r^i. ..pportunity of hearing 
111 uM' i<« iif "f ill'- r«'i>(ilHti"ii .»nJ 
iHl.illt> III Uif- ( '..IdMlrt-aiu liuard!* 
Hand ■* a.y ri"i . . ^ e i I > k .-d tiy \ l<|.>ri 
ana ye«l*rctii> , and the iwo nudlenccs 
which alrcamed Into Ui« Ar«M ml th« 
wiu«w« la kha afttrMOA m4 •vtaliu 
ni uat |MV« — m po— < » total of oirran 
or tw«lv« tho«aaa4 pooplc. Bnthual- 
Aitm mounted to a hish pitch on both 

'■c.a«.'tri« a« Ihf^bHiid |iia>f-il rou'^tiiR 
it.llit.ir . M ii rri l>iT-«i oi familiar oppr 
111. ..r (lid .iiif ,irid ■niiiien 

\N M i lacnorou»l> •all«»d fur over and 
■ 'V<i again In the ( tiur»f of «?ach pro- 
Kritnima. lUaut. U. U. Uvana. th« 
w hlto-ttor«4 eMUIttctor, who hold tho 
oorpofof rotf'tualood Inotrwaioatal- 
^la oo mocaUieontly u»tfor the oon> 
troi of hla hoton. waa civoa qulta an 
'•vatlon at th« clos* of the final per- 
ff)rtiian<f, fnllowifiK ihi- in'>-i: iTi.".ins 
r< riderlnK of Ihe Natlonail Anthem 

» tilch Victoria haa evor llatoaod to. 

Althoutk - roptoaoatal baada are 
iittio mero than a eootury %mA a half 

•'><!. iltfV lUlVa become such an InsU- 
iiitloa in Great Britain, at leaat. that 

li»Vf of thfin li 1 (i.il 1 III 1 1 V <-, and Itic 
lilt klUHluaiii ih.-v all. IS.- ati-i. Iul.lv 
m|mmi 1 a n 1-1)11- I'll.- I 1 1 Id ■»! I CH in iai-l<t 
Is the muat (anauUN of KngUnd x. 

rh«lr reputHtion, the osaulalte quality 
' r their laatromaata. ooapiod with 
line tradUlooa 'aC oajammo ylayta*. 
and. tho aaaart appoaranoe aad gea- 
• lai popularltjr of tho eifcfaiaatlon 

i-surc them la advaaaa aC a aiaat 

iri> reception. 

riioir programmea yeaterday obvl- 
ouMly dellahted their audlenc^o. Benal- 
ttvely tuaod. tho laatruaMata wore 
culded alwaya with motleuloue atten<>. 
lion to time, rhythm, and Intonation, 
and while the miaotllious neatness 
and orderllneiw whlrh one aaaoclatea 
with ihinRM iiiilitHry chararterlzen 
their musical performance, the C'old- 
Htream (iuarda' band ala<> pliiyn with 
a rtlatic effeota auob . thlasa aa tho 
Waaner and TaehaUMNTaky mualc 
which have been famlUariaod by or- 
eheatraa of f raakly artiatle ambltloaa. 
The O ranC~"8iiiiai o. of Tbeballow- 
sky'a "181f* and tho aelectlon from 
"Uhciniciild" which they played l.iat 
evening, were iwn of the flncflt thlncs 
on their pr"ci a 111 nw liach Is rich In 
oriheatriil matter. In the former the 
hasa vinl. the tambourine, the dram 
and the bella, playlag. an Impoitani 
part aa well aa tko braaa Intfthimaatc. 
while a maanlfleent climax la roaeh«<i 
throuah a well-controlled arcellerando 
and crcfiiendo; while In Ihe latter 
Ih*- r\inh.il and the drum picture the 
Ihii' !■ iiid liKhininKJi of the oprn- 
Ing pafi.HMKeo The wind Inatrumenta 
Very beautifully almulated the ef- 
fecta obtained by flrat viollna In an 
orchoelfal perCorwanoo of thla aame 
work. wajurnKkng the delicately beau- 
tiful harmenlea heard by the Rhine 
Maldenn beforr the\ recoanlaed a 
mercenary value in gold. 



The whole programme, however, 
delighted. The pot-pourri of navy 
find Rcn iong^. IncludinK snafchea of 

Hav of HIsc.iy, ' "A Home on the 
KiillinK Wave " "Sallorn' Hornpipe." 

Kiile Uritannla," and other bit* of 
Krltlah aea-Iore, brought the houae 
nguratlvely "to Ita foot." A "Hamor- 
oua l>ot*PoDrrt," coM^ooad af blta'af 
everythinsA waa almoat aa papular. 
Helectlona from Frlmra "Roae Marie." 
very iinlmated; the dalnt.v "Invilatuin 
a 111 \al.«p" with Its .jlliirlnK rhythm, 
and tlio |-'antania on AiiKrli.in Airs 
were alike thunderoualy received. 

All the aalel a ta ware atermily ae- 
< lalmed, bealnnlna with llualclan A. 
< 'leghorn in a piccolo aolo which had 
the perfci t an of a fluent paatorale. 
.Musician A Morland. a ma.slrr virtu- 
oso at the x>liiphiinc, who held Iuh 
audience breathleaa with the dexterity 
of his performance and thla atlrei'y 
Instrument: and SoraU. Morgan and 
Karr In their cornet duet, a brlak 
florid compoattlon wNIck they playad 
in perfect unioon. Bvery oao of the 
numbers received an OTattoB, aad aa- 
corea were slven. 



Threo thouaand poraeoa Uatandd, 

breathloM and thrilled, to the rendi- 
tion of the first proirramme ycKterday 
afternoon. The hand ma/vae^i on a 
rala*d platform in i h i^ntre of the 
floor of the Arena, in their brilliant 
Hcarlet and blue unlforma, maide a 
■trlklnff aoto of color In tho orewdod 
hall, Marly arory aaat oa tho aldoa 
and mala floor botnff flilod with men. 
women and an unuaually lanre num- 
ber of ehlldr«»n The projc r.T ni me 
\\as j»pei-1ally chosen and made up of 
more p<.pular and lig'hl oi>eratl<' num 
hers, the oponlna number being the 
graad oTartora fraai *Taaaliaaaar." 

Aa tho brtlllant ooaduator, lieut. 
R a. EveJta. himaolf a real mualdan. 
lifted hia haton. there waa an almoat 
audible hush, and each in turn the 
Instrumenta joined iB tlW WalVag 
volume of oound. 

Amear tho moot papalar numbora 
waa a aroup af Ollbart aad SuiUran 
operan. arrangod by Dan Godfrey, 
thla aei»<-<ion receiving tremendoua 
appKij"* Km an ^new-»r« the hflnct 
playe'l Tb^ Pura.le of ih» A\ooden 
BoMlera. rr>ilr>-w»w1 hy the overture Xn 
• William Tell Before the last note 
had . dlod away, rheera and pro- 
longed baad-olapping greoted tho 
muamaa» #tio ware obligad ta glvo 
another e«mr*. »»hf»oefnr the papa l a r 
•■\'aleti 

Other aambara wara "Pot-Pearrl." 
-A Mtlglral Jtg-Saw." by W. A. Aaton; 
a popular roMertlon of old favorltea. 
one merging Info another wllhoul any 
break The • O'd Knirllsh fhnrarter 
Mualc From V'l <.Mvnne mid the 
Dellbee "Suite de Hallet ' tt'oppelth). 
were batfc favorltea. The concluding 
number waa Art Oodtrey'a "Reail- 
niaeaaoaa af Verdi." ta which "Tho 
Krltlsh Orenadlero" and "The Camp- 
belle Are Coming" wef« given a* 
encore*. 

Slaiple aad moot Impreealvely the 
Natlanal Anthem wa* atruek up fol- 
lowing tha plagliw af "O Caaada." 
Ihe aadloaea otaadtaff oMaatty ta at- 
tention aa the great BaMK JTMlg 
through Ihe Arena 

Two eolo nil ni tie I « r - i - • 

moot Impreoaive numtier* of ih« pro 
graoamo, a cornet aolo by Sergeant 
oeana Maeiaa, aad a p l a n a lya>a by 




Ky.\S(^H. B.C.. Aiir ^ —Of 
••i»ph.ini« that eo.a p».i l^rtday at 

' rrinlirook out -if fourteen alamped 
"1 »• iir ••vii. ) loirt rireya three are 
• 'c" .K-rording '.n advlre* 
• '^i.rook tonight One woa lo- 
1 -'1 'urday near CranI 
kaa aai yac 



Fire in Limits 
At Cowichan Lake 
/« Under Control 

CUWICUAN UUCB. Aug. t,— 
Tbo eatbroak af liro la 
Blaak tlT. on the Bloa Logylag 
Coaipany'a limits, whieh oc- 
curred Saturday is under con- 
trol. It WiiS liroUKbt Into rherk 
Without l<is.-< of e.iulpmeiit. and 
the luial lo.s.n wa.N l.mlled to the 
burning of >.,iiie |ap| ki ||M 
rcai h of the t.re 

Tli«- ooiiiiiiiik Uiined the 
whole of it.t MlalT in the woudD 
to cpnijufi ih... outbrt-Ak which 
was checked .|i{)t oaly by actual 
tire^SghtJag tat by tha fa«t 
that the faaaac wao igMpoMli 
by recent ralaa. *• 



HEiaTHCOMMnTEE 
TO DEBATE FUTUU 

WELMKOPOMX 

A rerjuest that tfie City Coun- 

i-:] I oii.^ldi r thi- d .sfi ■ ; 1 1 i n ii a iH'.- 
of lti«- i-bimcs of III. ''llN Hall 
1 loi k Ixtwccn I lip houiH of 11 
p.m. and 7 a.m. was received by 
the City Council Jaot alght from 
tho Crodll Foadir Franoo-Caaa- 
dion Coaapaay aad the Hotel 
Douglas. 

"Absolutely rbln 11:011- ' il<- 
clared Alderman liew i' in i< fi- 
ring to a propoaal that the re 
queat ba aoeedod to. If the clock 
waa otappad from atrlklag duriag 
tko lata avaalag aad early laera- 
. lag kaaaa, the Council would be 
boolagod with entreatlea to have 
It back striking aa usual tey aad 
night, he predicted. 

Alderman Marekant thought 
that aerlous atteatlon akowld be 
given the complaints. He waa 
inclined fo believe that It would 
be a good thing to stop the clock 
striking allogeihor, althought he 
did not prosH the point. He sug- 
gested that the matter be re- 
(oDred to the health eommlttee 
for report, thla aetlaa balag 
flaally Uken. 

And duriag lha tlno that the 
Council waa dieouaaing the ques- 
tion of the atrlkliar of the huge 
timepiece, the City Hall clock 
struck, although it in doubtful if 
any of the city fathera ktard R. 

CONStRVATIVtS HOLD 
PICNIC ON WEDNESDAY 

Hen. nr. Tnlmlo and Mr. nk'kle WUI 
AddrcMM Uathrrtng — Rt. Hon. Mr. 



AUTHORS GUESTS OF 
UEl)T£NANT4iiiVEIINI)R 

VMlMnB aad fxtcal NectkMi H 

SBd (>llicr~> l':ii«Ttalnc*l 
4 criiiucnt lloux- 



lli^ 11.11101 the l.ieutriiaiit i,..\.i'i r 

I VliHT, Mai kentle held a leirpiiiin 

> "■lerday afternoon In honor of the 
visiting aiembare of the Canadian Aii- 
iharoT Aaaoclatloa arho have baaa at- 
tonAlag tka aaaoal eaavaatloa at Vaa* 
t^ouvor. Thla ataa the laat event M> ti>* 
week-end programme devised for 
their enter;. ilmiifiu ut.ii. ! , V ictoria 
and which irif'luili.l 1 .iiw .md fen 
al Henvenutii 'I'ml liil.-I mini. -ill 
a ' p i V .1 ri er I li . 1 1 a 1 t u a I on .'^ . 1 n d .1 . 
.1 ri erno. .n s l.oa! M 1 ■< Ku'iti.irl in 
VI I.I I Ion lo In- 1 1. 1 ,1 11 1 , f 1 1 1 lining \K ii» 
>.'r(-aily a p [i r f. la I t-.l .iti l I-;a.itern vls- 
1 OS I'.irm uiaily were highly enlhu- 
-la.iii, OM r the unique lovallneae of 
till- sunken" gardaa. Taatorday 
moralng waa apeat.at tka areklvoe at 
tha ParllaaMat Batldlaga. wkoro tkoy 
l^aat asmg hoara aador tka galdaaeo 
af tka PrawlaeUl areklvlat. Mr. Joka 
Hoale, a^d Mra. Croa. oaplorlng tko 
interaotlag colleotlon of historical 
rellea and hooka nbout the Canadian 
N'orthweat and I'.o ifl. Coast. 

At four o'cl.x k I hey once more 
met ut tka garden party at Govern- 
ment Houae. His Honor waa attend- 
ed by bta aecreUry, Mr. A- M. D. 
FalrlMUra. Duriag tko aarvlag of tea 
la tka raotle pavllkm a Hlghtaad 
piper marcked up aad dawa tha driva 
playlag otlrrlng alra. 

Oat-of-ToMM (.iH-ntM Prreent 

In addition to the visiting authors 
and the local members of the aoelety 
there ware thirty or forty otkera 
whom RIa Honor or tka Vlotarla 
Autkom' Aaoeclatloa had apeclally In- 
vited to moot the vlaltora. Amoag the 
onf-of-town gueota were Profeoaor 
Alllaon, president of the aaaoclation; 
Mrs. Alllaon and their small daugh- 
ter, Mary; Mr Robert Watson, treaii- 
iirer; Mr. K 1 r k iim nell. secretary; Mr. 
.lustjce K Knbie .Surveyer and Mlaa 



of. .\1 lint I ea I l>r 



I .oc k e 



The next political event of Import- 
ance, and thla la one of great Im- 
portaaoo, la the Coneervathra ptcnic 
at tha Wllldwa Park temarroar. In 
addition to tha operta and ether 
eventa there. th« opportunity will be 
afforded to hear aome political 
speech Ml on tka DPMlttlaa alactton 

isauea. 

Hon. s V. Tatmla. Mlniater of 
Agriculture, , who ta now nominated 
as the candidate of the party for thla 
city, will addroan the gatkarlng. la 

addition. Mr. C. H. Dickie, thd papa^ 

lar candidate In the Conaervatlvb in- 
terests In Nanaimn, will atao npeak on 
the Isaueid nj* he sees them. 

The M<V Kleciric Company will 
provide, a Hpeolal wtreot car aervlce 
for the afternoon, su that all who 
wish to attend may dij so. 

Tko fallowing day, Thuraday, Rf. 
Ron. W. Ci. Maekensle King will apeak 
af the Wlllown Arena on the occasion 
of his vUlt. Hon. .1 H King will ac- 
I ompany him. and they will be the 
only apeakera. Special arrangements 
win ba BUkda tor atraat ear traaoporta- 
tlon. 

The Liberal aontlaatlaa eoaveatlon 
for Victoria, tho laat to be arranged 
In Britlah Columbia, will be held next 
week. The I^lberale now have twelve 
candldaiea in the field, the t»overn- 

111 en I i>arty haalkg » oaadMata - la 

every riding. 

The Conaervatlve Aaaoclation of^ 
Saanlch will hold a maatlag la the 
Canaaryatlva rooma^ Campball Balld- 
ing, thla ovaalav. when the arrange - 
menta for election day will he dla- 

ctiaaed. It la hoped that there may 
he a full attendance of the associa- 
tion at thla meeting. 

On reaching the breakfaat table In 
a Liondon hotel a gueat eat down, and 
gased at the cofToe. The waiter came 
up and eauia aat anderatand hla fixed 
stard. 

oaad aaamlaBt L<aafca hka rain. 

sir.'" 

"If does" came the anmrer. "but 
the odor has a slight siiggnation of 

eaffaa." 

_ , 

K«perimenta have ahown that aeeda 
may aprout after belrig frosen for 
three daya at a temperature of 127 
d egrooa below aoro. Fahren belt. 

CLEAR VELVEIYSKIN 

\# caa bt ymn by piapar daaaa- 
Tfca right »f.«r re odk' for it 

Resinol 



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BACARDI ooc^ BACARDI alw.yal 
■ACASllidlMiaad 

■nd Havana 

4 

This advertiacmeat to Ml pub 
lisbcd or dttptoft^ Um L^oor 

Control Board or by the Govern- 
fif Bfitith GotaHiki^ ■ 



.•^ 11 r \ . \ >■ r 

and .Mrs. l.,ocke, of Toronto. Profes- 
sor Phelpa. of Wealey College. Win- 
nipeg; Professor I.,ionel Stevenson, of 
Herkeley. California: Mr. and Mrs. J. 
W. Oarvin (Katherine Hale), of To- 
ronto: Mra. Anne Aaderaon Perry, of 
Toronto; Irra. 7. F. Prlaa. of Cal- 
gary: Mr. aad Mra. F. P. Qrava. Win- 
nipeg; Mlaa McNealy. Mlaa B. Far- 
gusnn. Hamilton: Mra. Clark, Taa- 
. ouver Mr. Archie McKlahnlo. of 
Toronto Mr .lohn Klaon. of Toronto: 
Mr... Kemp \Vlnnlt>eK. Mr H Napier 
Moore. Toronto: l'rof^s«or and Mrs 
("rawfonl Winnipi-K Mr i; K Mar- 
tiail, of Winnipeg; Mr. anfl Mrs W 
v'Hileo.l Roglna; Mr. Matthews. Mr 
lUtchle. Kelowna: Mlaa L. Barry 
and Mm. I^ealle Barnard, Mlaa chn 
of Montreal: Mlaa B. Farguaoa, of To 
ronto: Mra. Townley and Mrak I'. 
Merchmer. of Vaneouvar; Mra. Durlc. 
Mlaa Helen Durte. Mra. Wallar. Mlaa 
McNellly, of Toronto: Mra. Cum- 
mlnga, of Pernle; Mra. Rooa. of Moooe 
.law; Mr C A Palmer, of Reglna: 
Mrs. I 'on.nl a n.e Davles Woodrow. of 
Toronto M rn Winslow, of X'ancoii 
ver; .Mr M<(;reKor M rj< Marv H. T 
Alexander, of \ani iinv<r. Mr Howard 
Kennedy, of Montreal. Mr. (■h.ilmerH, 
of Vancouver. .Mr.- i:ilzabeth Malley 
Price, of Calgary; Mr. Arthtir Hang- 
ing, of Teraato. 

GiicMl.'* Rnt rrtalnetl 
Victoria members of Ihe as.-oclat Ion 
WkO were preeent Included the i b.in 
man of the local section. Mr Donald 
F^aaar; Mrs. Wm. Henderson, vlce- 
clialnaaa: Mlaa Buganle Perry, Mrs. 
Bbba Canavan, Mr. C. C. Pemberton, 
.Mra. N. deB. Shaw. Mra. H. H. Hutch- 
inson. Mra. R. B. McMlcklng., Mra. 
Wheatley. Mr* r.lornsfelf. Mrs 
I.lewelljn Hughe«, .Mls« <:iail.\s Mal- 
lantlne. Mrs. St cialr I-i\lngston 
l>od, Mra. I.«slle, .Mrs and Miss Kilr.- 
glbbon: and among the other gueata 
wore Lady Barnard, Mra. 8. Maclure 
aad Mlaa K. Maclure. Mlaa Maria 
Lawson, Mr. Ira Dilworth. Mlaa Mar- 
garet Clay. Mr. John Hoale, Mrs. 
Cree. Mr. .1 U Anderson. Mrs H. P 
HodRes. .Mrs. Her. hmer. Mra. M ir- 
ken/.i.- Mrs. Ten.h. .Mrs Hemlng. 
.Mrs Adams Heck. ,Mrs. and Miss 
IHlys Menneft, Mr. 15. C Nicholas. 
Mlaa Franka. Mr. and Mra. K. Lane 
(Chteaga). aad Mia* Marjerta Laae, 
Mlaa Ckarch ( Montreal ), Mra Baaaky. 
Mme. Minderaon-Mongin, Mr. John 
8ha« Mr K. W. McMullen. . 

After tea the guesta were enter- 
tained hy two recitations hy Mlaa 
Krancee NIckawa, the Cree elocution - 
let, who gava an impriSHlvaly drama- 
tic interprolatloa of Paallaa Jokn- 
aon'a "The, Song My Paddle Singe." 
followed, as an encore, by "The Boy 
hood of Hiawatha." The wonderful 
grace and realism of \h\n gifted In- 
dian girls reciting he'.d the rapt at 
tentlon of her k ll ^ H awee. which stood 

aboHt on tha gtaaa a aard while ahe 
gave bar raettal. 

iHHiFI IN NAriON 

AU TO PfcOPL E URGED 

Oaatlaaad traai Pa(a 1 

ful finlah to a trip across Canada than 
a atay In this beautiful city of \'|e 
torla. I have been here many timea. 
of course, and know It well, but each 
time I come I adi Imprasad aaaw by 
Ita charm. It la aloo a griat p laaau re 
to moot agath my Victoria fMenda and 
the many friends who have been at- 
tracted to torla from other parta 
of the I lo mini on by the be.-iutv of i;s 
Nurroundlngn and its kindly cIlm.Ttf. 
You seem to hnv« here everything 
that goea to the making of an ideel 
eammunlty. and the increiMlng popu- 
larity af thla city wltk toarlaU ahawa 
how many mora tkere are who feel 
aa I do. 

Optimlnm frcTalrtii 

"On my trl^ aeraoa the eoatlaaat I 
have haea co a ao l aua af a mara kaptf- 
ful foallac la all the cRlaa I Have 
vialtad. Tha poat-war dap r aaa l on -waa 
eeveroiy fait, kot tko period of read 
juatmeat la paoolag aad Canada ta on 
the way to a larger future. But be- 
sides our future, we have i iirf^enl 
that requires some attentb.n U> aiill 
have to face a very la.-g.' i i i .irt.t 

which maat aemo day be paid hy oar- 
eeivef aad aar aaecaaaara. and tka aa- 
tural qaraUaa a rla a% "Maw aro we 
golaf ta da HV Tha aaaarar la plaki 
to any •hoervlaff pwaaB Who makoe 
the Journey T hava Jtial completed 
Abundant natural reeoitroa. .t hard- 
working and vlni* p.*ople. ■uptilr 
mented by irwreaaing ImmlgraMon of 
the right kind, will solve all our proh- 
lema. But I must say that we aaffbt 
ta ka dolag a IHtla aaaro tkaa wa are 
tawartfa paptag a* that dohL 

"T would Hka to congratulate you 
rrn the i»roei>ect of in .<p»ning of the 

new dr-\-dorW ;n nail h.irh«r. 

which I iinder«»«n , «i|i (>« t|||t sec- 
ond largest (hi. n orld. WWh Oil the 

latcat agalpmeat kaaa« ta tha ahlp- 
baiMiag 



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special Lightweight Foundation 
. Gamsnis for Holiday Wear 

We are ihowm^ a delig^htful ' .■■.\^<.- oi dainty Slimmer models, 
in Girdlet, Step-ins ami Batulraux, specially priced for Sum- 
tnf>r wear. Thgsf ilUurd th^.aciM of opipifort duriag the hot 

w rather. ' • • 




Li^litiv HoiiciJ C'orsct* and Gir- 
lilcs loi Summer ami .sp<)rt> «cai 
yet giving the hgure the O in 
lines ao tctaiary. Pried 
a pair _ fl.oo 

One -Piece Corsclettca, v^hosc 
lightneaa and eaay comfort make 
tlMm ideal underffarmeats for 
Summer, ia a variety of different 
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of aitk bfocade with panels side 
and hack of silk elastic webbing; 
\fry short front clasp, girdle 
graduating to longer hack 
24 to 29 Regular $4.00 fJ*.»ft 

Dainty Baadeaux of Ught cotton 
brocket, swami uHtd ihd ailk irr- 
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tioUpiOof Hose in All the Want^ 6iMuiM 

mid ^u,$lMP€t Pair . 

A aatcadid wcaHag Silk Haae with reinforced lisle tops and solet. 
Enfliah Wool Sporta Hose ia all the aewaat ahadea Mda good rang* 
of aiiei. Priced at . — >— —.—J — •«•■• and #l.B» 

Clearing all Children'a Threa-Quarter Length Wool S<>\ m black, 
grtjr, white, brown, champagne; broken aisea. All at HALF PRICE. 

Rubber Aprons 

Rubber Aprons are vrr\ much more dainty and artistic than tlir nierc 
name implies. Manufacturers, in keeping wiili the spirit of the age. 
are making thia proaaic gannrnt a thing of hcauty, something that 
caa be war* ia the garden, on the porch, or m the parlor, as well »s 
in the kHeliaa. Juat aee the dainty display in our windows. Aprons 
are made of th^ finest quality vplcaniaed, deodoriaed rubber ahaetios 
and will not crack or peel off if direetiona for washing ara properly 
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Inflweaoe of Valtod statm 
"Uvlng alaagalde the United Htatea. 
vhlch grow rl«h aut a< tke war that 

I' ft us oo much poorer, our ooadltlona 
n.iMirally come Into comparlaon with 

theirs The fortune of war put thjtm 
ahead financially and put us behind, 
and we shall for .some lime have 
heavier taxes to pay here and not so 
much money, either privately or pub- 
licly, to apend. But what of it 7 We 
•:ame out of the war with a record of 
whlah generatlona to come In Canada 
will be forever proud, aad tfcaak God 
we are cltiaeaa ItUl of tka graateat 
Empire the world haa ever known. 
To tbn"«e who prize that clt.i7,enshlp. 
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here, the value of what wa.s won ia far 
In exeeaa of the price we have to pay 
We need not be dismayed about the 
price, but It kaa to be reckeaad with 
aad we ought to ka t^Mkg U more 
serloualy. 

"We proliaMv winild take it more 
seriously if we were living alongside 
one or more of the war-stricken coun- 
trlea of Europe. We ara mare for- 
tunate tkaa tkey baeauoa wa have 
greater pauattel rlekoa ta draw apon 
and our aaly aalghbar la fkriaadly, but 
we have Caaada'a tutara ta think of 
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heavily It wouldn't be fair to those 
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1. L- Tall. SMtMM Maaaaar 

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Bubw rlb«ra tn ard*rla( chaac* of a>ldr«M 
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CONSERVATIVE CANDIDATE 

The eiithu*i»sm which attended thr 
nomififttioo of ,Dr. 8. F. Tolmic a* 
the CottMrvathr* candidate for this 
conctttocncy ia gn augury <4 the auc- 
CMS which «riU attend his effort at 
tke p^ta. Vte^ia haa nevrt i>a<i a 
morr popular member in the i r tr ai 
lluute of Comtnona. He it i<M|.iila! 
because of hia peraoaal character i<< 
tica, and during the long years of his 
reaidence — be is « native aon — he has 
oMdc a boat of frienda. Ia Parlia- 
ment, vs t' '■• I- \V. .,r as pri 
▼«t« member. Di. iuiuiic has looked 
after iImI teteraaU of lila eMM«it««ncy 
with zealous attctition. Now that lie 
again cnjoya the poaition of lirCinistcr 
of Agrietilture, one for which he ia 
ao aitinirably equ' ' I a i f' d .1- 
aured that our citucnship will give 
him an endorsement even more ^o- 
nomictd than on the iwcviotta occa- 
aiona when he baa been a candidaU. 

The preaent election bida fair to 
rouae mpfc popular cnthoaiaam than 
any held since the war years. The 
tsMCS ara serious enough, and one of 
the chief of these I* th«>4dUrab<lity 
of giving a real mandate to a r.ov- 
. cnuBCOt which can govern without 
relying on a policy of compremtae and 
tmckling to the interests of a handful 
«l 1— b s r a f e^esenuag «»y paxticu- 
lar locality or any partlcalar political 

ereed. That •m i--iic which shotild 

carry great weight with the people. 

is being emphasited on eleetien 
platforms, btit, apart from what the 
politicians themselves may say on the 
stib>cct, we believe that the people of 
the Otmtry have awakeacd to the 
■ariouifUPi of the situation which has 
pfa^mUed for the past five years at 
Otta^ Tkey should be prepared to 
eject a Hoiixe of Common^ that will 
b« able to function without a policy 
•f tMsivanco Md hargtining. 

In their C ongervative candidate the 
people of Victoria have a representa- 
tiire -mho hat already h««n wall 
proved both as private member and 
Mmiarer. He ie a strong asset to the 
present Govemmtnt of Mr. Arthur 
Mrigheii. He enjoys the cnfidcnce 
and respect of the agricultural inter- 
ests of Canada, and indeed of a much 
wider circle. Ia British Columbia 
there is Do one in iHe ranki 6f politics 
who 'has a better reputation for 
straighT-forward honesty, for assiduity 
in his duties, and for the bringing to 
hear of common sense judgment on 
the problems with which he is con- 
fronted. He ha.i in the pa^t proved 
an admirable representative, not only 
of our own citiacns. but of the people 
of Canada a«i a whole, and if fiftins 
that he should have been included in 
the recently formed Ministry. It re- 
mains for the people of Victoria to 
endorse his selection as a candidate. 
With a record such as h« possesses 
he can safely leave bis political 
future in their bands. 



rredited Prime Minuter trying to 
escape A \i)ir i 1 >ri^«uic ivvliuh an 
Upright Ministry »hi>iil'l imt have 
leareil) t4\<(red the Conservaiu e* 
Coald ,M not be »aid with equal jus- 
tlaOillMit he would have been favi^r- 
ing and shielding a Lib«f«l Adminis 
tration by Kraiiting a dissolution f<<f 
the sniolhrring of h a \ciir, with- 
rpui rxhjuwlui^ tin mr,ni> .it his di* 
p.isal tiM <,<ti>ii.j; cm'- \ es (If Nil' 

l8l Is not what you ull thr ion 
iitttiirioiial question* rnerrly a drvirr 
to distract the voters' attention troni 
the diacaaccful revelations of the 
Customs probe? — Yes or No? 

(9) By the use of such a device do 
you not .tsMitne lack of intelliKeiirr 
and penrir.ilivr pi»wrr on the part c.t 
all veiiir rr.idrr^' ^'(■^ or NH' 

ilDl \\ |1| ti ll ti^ >i>Ul rTil'li ; ' 

A ll t llf I V • I u W ■ lU III II')! 1m \ ' .11 

I' inned thr practKCs revealri] iii lite 
.ist few months, such a.i (he "Baldy" 
Kobb business, and the dclayiafl of 
execution of the seirteaee-'of Moses 

Axil, because ol services to party an ! 
an election Jt liund. the expo-Mirc 

the roHeriiies* ;n ilir C'ij-N'iu- I >i-p.ii : 
ment, the 'partie*' <letails t ' i 
are as yet unpublished oniric i!i< 
Duncan report, et cetera; had the- 
been concerned with a CoASdrvativc 
regime? — Yes or No? 

(11) Do you always look at qur 
tions such as the above purely from a 
party standpoint and never from that 
of the country's inter< ->.t? — Yea or No? 



•TABILITY WANTED 

Stable government should be the 
watdmord of tke C?ai»diaa people 
when they go to the polls on Septem- 
ber 14. There has not been sUble 
government in tllte country for the 
past Ave years, and the only hope, ac- 
cording to The Calgary Herald, lies 
with the Ccmservative Party. That 
paper poiata out that the Liberal 
Government in ita weaknesses has 
allowed "grafters, aimigglera and 
crooka to fasten thtmaelvea upon it." 
The Liberal Party, therefore needs to 
go into retreat tor a period "to purgc 
iuelf of the parasites attachod to it," 
before it can serve Canada as a clean, 
eflective instrument of government. 

The Montreal Star is another news 
paper which pleads for stable gov- 
ernment. It aaya that a Conacrvative 
victory in the next election will mean 
a thouaand million dollars* to the 
country. That is its way of putting 
what the atabilixation of government 
means. Of the King Governmen; i iw 
Calgary Herald asks: "Was Mr. 
King's anything but a shadow gov 
ernment for five years? — a govern- 
ment tossed about by the whims of 
men outside his party, and finally 
destroyed by vidonsttcss withia its 
circle of friends." 



WnmOAtMD ClllttBNCY 



pOLmct OR coimrmr? 



A subscriber of The Toronto Star, 

the chief Liberal organ in the Ontario 
capital, has submitted a list of ques-. 
tiona to the editor of that newspaper 
aad has aaked for answers, without 
comment. They were submitted in a 
form in which it waa intended they 
ahould be printed in that newapaper 
but The*Toronfo Star refused pub- 
lication and returned the letter to the 
writer. The Ifit of qtestlona are. 

ho'.vrvrr, olit.iining even wider pub- 
licity than they would have it pub- 
lished in tht -Toronto newspaper. 

We reproduce thern as follows; 

(I) Do you consiict tliat the 
country diaplayed. if n' t eagerness 
for. thea coalideacc in. Mr. Mackeaxie 
King^ and his Government at the laat 
elettipn. when, after declaring that 
he required more support, he got a 
good deal less, and he. with a nvitriher 
of his Mt'^i'ters. were defeated at the 
polls ?^ Ve<* or No? 

(l) Would you have conaidered it 
the correct thiag for a Conservative 
Gov^ment to hpvc acted in the satae 
way fta tfie late Ijbcrar Government 
did. that i*. .ifter defeat, al a party at 
tiie polls to tiy lip with another minor- 
:i\ partv for t ir purpose of holding 
oiv to office?— Nr. r No' 

(i) In view ot i(" . >eUti .n^ that 
came oat at the "Baldy" Robb in- 
vesttgatioa> in whIcK he and his prac- 
ticea were severely castigated by the 
judge before sentencing him to the 
penitentiary, do you consider it hnn 
.■raMc for the leader of a one. time 
Kte.it party to make ii<e ot a legal 
technicality or quibble to prevent the 
petition l>ring presented of the one 
who soiled the largest, number of 
votcS^^Ves or No) 

(4) In V rx. f the revelations of 
the CiiM. n,, pr..be— do yon consider 
the Minntet of that Department and 
the administration to -which ht be- 
longed desartad ceas«rt?»— Yes or 
No? 

(5) Do you agree thai -the taxpayer 
has been called on for approximately 
thirty millions of dollaf's a year, more 

than he should have been, owing 
partly to the \»i»hd'awi' of pobre »nd 
preventive .-,|!iest B-nrnl 

laxity in enlorrrnieiu and fonnivaiire 
of men in higher-up positions at the 
evasion of Customs raguktiom aad 
dues?— Yea or Ko? 

(•) If you agree wa< not the vote 
of censure called for und rfehly de- 
served?— Yes or .No' 

i7> There b»s l-fn an insinuatioM 

xhi' t'lr Govern .f < .eacniL In 'refus- 
uig dissolution to^ ai tka laaa^ a Aa- 



Fron the standpoiat of the French 
people the depreciation in the value of 
the franc has its advantages. For one 
thing taxation in France is very much 
lighter than it would be were the par 
value of the franc tnaintained. It is 
true, as one commentator oh the situ- 
atioa says» that the French citizen loses 
by currency depreciation in his capa- 
city as bondholder. He gains, however, 
in his capacity as taxpayer. This com- 
mentator suggests that his Rains can 
eel his losses so far as the interual in- 
debtedneae of France "is eoa ee r n ed. 
\\'hen the external indebtedness is 
brought into the computation it 
appears to be a fact that the gains 
made through franc depreciation 
exceed the losses, for it is pointed out 
that the interest on the exteraal debt 

has been reduced to one ninth of its 
value at the time the debt was incurred. 
In other words, if^thib argument is cor- 
rect, the I-'renrh people derive substan- 
tial benefits from the depreciation of 
their fraac. thougk it eaa hardly be 

lai^ that they gain added pre.stige in 
the eyea of other 'nations to whom they 
aire debtors. 

TOURIST TRAFFIC 



Ontario is the chief beneficiary 
from the tourist traffic in Canada. 
Duriag 1925, 2,419,144 aiotoT cars en- 
tered the Ooniinioii for periods of 
from one day to six months. Of 
these 1,521,277 entered Ontario. - Ih^ew 
Brunswick alao benefiis largely, and, 
indeed, to a far greater extent than 
Qiiehec, having secured 488,430 ears 
of the 1925 traffic, whereas Quebec 
only secured 255,914. An estimate has 
been made by "Natural Resources" of 
the value of the tourist traffic to 
Canada, and this is set down as 
$188,555,400. of which amount $97,- 
973.400 remalaad in Oatario and $45,- 

873,460 in Quebec The preponder- 
ance of motoring tourists who visit 
Eastern Canada is cxplahied by the 
contiguity of that portion of the Do- 
minion to the densely settled areas of 
the United States. The tourist traffic 
in Western Canada is as yet trifling 
as that compared to tittt in the Bast 
of the Dominion. 



The Tonservative picnic of this 
year which takes place tomorrow 
affords aa opportaaity for a f«blic 
demonstration of confidence io Dr. 
S. F. Tolmic. the local «aadldata and 
the ncwly-appoinied Mhilafcr of Agri- 
culture. The outing annually proves 
a magnet to thousands of our cittsena. 
Tomorrow's celehratioa, ' being held 
while an elect,. .n naq»aita is in 
progress, bids fair tn oatdo all its 
predecessors in the wiy of enthu- 
siasm, for there is no doubt whatever 
of the belief in the Conservative 
cause that prevails in this constitu- 



Mayor Pendray says that there is 
i»o reason why in ten yeara' time 
munietpat taxation in Victoria «hould 
not be cut ia two. That ahould be 
both aa aim aad a prouKiae. In can 

he aernmplished If the citirem «ef 
their tninds to the task. provta«d «l 
wavs that municipal txpeaditures are 
' «oafeaia#ufi«viai. 

aod supcrvi*u>n. 



r 



1 



Note and Comment 

By R. %D. 



The direct iasucs involved in the 
present Canadian election arc highly 
important, but the aide iasa ea of the 

( .uii|..4i.:n are vastly interesting The 
< r> whicti the Rl Hon. ^Vllllam Lyon 
MackaauUe Klag hoped to aukc a 

paramount issue has not ■ met 
with any particularly articulate 
respoase. Ia tiM words of a 

' tiiilemporarv the constitutional is 
sue h*i> not struck a spark ut tire out 
n the rocks in the eonstitaencies. The 

'uij'n i~*iie of coiir.se li tV»c appeal of 
' M Kriinc Minister to the people tor 
upp..rt of Ms policy of evcryCMatf in 
Canada "for Cs"'<<i''*<<~ 

a a • 

I n the meoatiaM uw coafesa that wo 

!;.'•! the niiP' r i^sne^ \asfly inlerestinij. 
.I l l we t)clicve the result ot the elec 
i ons on SeptcBsbcr 14 wift he dc- 

t'Tininrd to some enlcnt by the minor 
■lies. The people ot Quebec are in- 
t leaccd more by migor Issues than by 
issues of national important e I'or ev 
ample, we fmd that oae candidate in 
Quebec nsed the foflewing words In 

our . .( Ills spec I lies. 

"Mr. Gautbicr rauUcd that, in 18J7, 
Machenxie in Olrtario aad Papiaeau in 
Quebec had roused the people to re- 
bellion. His own ancestors had 

shouldered mu'-tvds against the I'.t'ti-h 
soldiers on the battlefield of ^-t IVn s, 
three bring killed lber< , an ! ^rir Liter 
d>inj4 on the scaffoM because iliry 
had belicverl in I'apine.AU, and wIm'i 
they did so the author of the trouble 
in Quebec ran away to the United 
Statea and the author of all the.trouble 
in Ontario went to the saaae Country 
to live ia peace. 'Ia QuahiK ^ re- 
ligious authorities excommunicated 

those who took up arm- f.n'v n mikk 
men were exiled to Hriniuili, i.iIum'- 
died on the scaffoM ihe jin irii !■ 
clared. Today you have th* grandson 
of Mackenzie and the grsndaon of 
Papiaeaa ia alliaacc to repeat the 
eveata of 1917."* 

* • * 

We assunie that Mr. Gauthier knows 

what he is talking about when he de 
scril^es Mr. Bourassa as the grandson 
of Papineau. We were not aware that 
the relationahip between the ^isturber 
of the peace of > " 1 the incendiary 

of the present ua.v and the not remote 
past daya was so close as stated. That 
which is bred in the bone will come 
out in the flesh, and birds of a feather 
nataralty flock together. It is tfiere- 

fore in perfect accord with naturni law 
that Rt. Hon. William Lyon Macken- 
zie King aad M. Hear! Bourassa 
should be working in harmony in the 
present political campaign. The issue 
the twain have raised is a miaor issue, 
hut it is a very intercating issue, and 
may be a more effective isaaa than the 

principals in it realize. 

* * • 

if we leave the Province of Quebec 
anil joonky westward aad keep our 

eyes open we may discover a bird of a 
somewhat different diapoaition but 
practically of the same faather. Ia a 

late issue of The Manitoba Free Press 
we have found the following: 
"That the action of the Governor- 

General of Canada, in denying to the 
Prime Minister of Canada the same 
rights as His Majesty the King ac- 
cords to the Prime .Minister of <".reat 
Hriiain, is a violation ■ i tlir iinistitu- 
tional righta of Canada and an at- 
tempt to relegate Canada to the posi- 
tion of a colony. We, therefore, sug- 
gest as a plank in the proposed 
politic.ll programme for all parties in 
the W cvt other than the Conservative 
I 1 r followincj The immediate 

and formal refi^ularization of Canada's 

status of ronstitutioaat equality whh 

Great Britain. " 

• • a 

There waa a time in the political 
history of Canada when The Manitoba 
Free Press and the man who controls 
it were dominant factora in the politi 
cal affairs of the Prairie Provinces 
and by no means unimportant factors 
ill the public affairs of Canada. The 
I'rec Press was then a Liberal paper 
and Sir Clifford Sifton waa a con- 
spicuous figure in the Liberal Party. 
Rut something happened that dis- 
turbed the close relAtiens between Sir 

Wilfrid LaiiMcr .^n^! Sir Clifford Sifton 

— sonictbing that waa not discreditable 
to Sir Wilfrid Uurier. Sir CNfford 
Sifton withdirew Us support from the 
Liberal Party, and astute politicians 
credit him with being a prominent 
factor fa th* defeat of that party. 

a • a 

In abort, Sir Ctiflerd developed and 
nnrtiSred a grouch against the party 
whose principlea he formerly aap- 
ported, aad The Manitoba Free Press 

acqif'red the «aine grouch, and it has 
been in a siate of mental and moral 
grouehhiess ever since its blood he* 
came tainted by the peculiar disease 
that afflicted its chief. The Free 
Press's grouch . increased in strength 
and venom until it affected not only 
the relations of the paper with the 
Liberal Party but the views of the 
paper upoM the relaiioiw of tin Frairie 

Provinces with all the MlMr Provinces 
of Canada The Free Preaa was. largely 
instrumental in killing 'the UWral 
Party in the West and bringing into 
life the Progressive Party on the 
Prairies. 

• a • 

Instead of being pleased with its 
finisbed work. The Free Preaa is 
groachier than ever. Havlnt •aiW«-> 



ferecT the relations between ibc 
Prairies and the olbcr parts of Can- 
ada, It IS striving to create discord be 
twren Canada and the M^tber^ Coun 
try. Jt has adopted Hon. William 
I. yon Mackenrie King as leader m 
campajgp of disunion. Mr. King of 
courae ia a som e w h at pHifri fi gar e ' 

a political fiiKitive from his native 
Province seeking a haven of refuge in 
an extremely remote part of oae of the 
^^ cstern Provinces- and it is fillini; 
that a newspaper whose mood is 
chronically bitter 'should ally itsrii 
Willi a leader who flainu has .i 
grouch apaiast the constituted authon 
ties Therefore the grou( hy .Manitoba 
I re'- Press makes common cause with 
the embittered Liberal Leader In at 
tacking the * .overnor-Ciener^l and the 
existisg political relalioaa . teiwcrn 
Caaada and Great Britain. a 



Sm Ictier In rhr »<1iior will in»«r«»(l fir«pt 
ovfr the pii.i,«r aiKiiAO'O' «Titl uf lli« 

vrUar luis ruU aUinll* ul no (luaptluB 



l^ourlau and lioostcru 
glr. — t ksva Jaat rfeently returned 
trea a vialt to your oharmtag cim 
to wfiteh I was 4mwn by the «lo(a:i 

•■|'"!Uiw thr Itiril.M 't,< \'iit -M ' 

1 •<ti\<'f1 III J,iiM«-H r.HV aiiit w IS ni>; 
liTu: in ii-.i]l(iim ili.il I muMi hi.i- f^'I 
lowed the wrong kind of tur,! .1 n t 

oae that your PubUmy H<ir<,oi ims 
net aMniloned la their boklets. in- 
stead «t the rent aad Quietude whteh 
I tuUy eapeetad te get eaeh day 
of isy stay waa glade hideoua by the 
rrowlnc of roaters which began at 
dhybreak and continued until sleep 
waj» out of the question. 

H.'.vf the cit/ authorities no con- 
si ripratlon for their own residents, not 
to mention the touriatj whom they 
are endeavorli\g to attract to Vic - 
toria, that they eaaaet easMst a by- 
law prohibiting the keeping of rooet- 
r rs within the city Umlu? Here la 
!«■ Angeles and all other cities that 
have the welfare of the people at 
heart, they have such laws, nnd fur- 
thermore the«i'.> l.iw^ .-.re rlRornuaJy 
enfr)recrj. Of all hideous and nerve 
riirkUiK nolaea, the crowing of rooat- 
«>ra. >ttai wl»ea eao le to tlielr 4mp- 
est Sleep, la the weeat I kaow of. 

New yoa law dakers aad beoaters 
for "beautiful Vleterla" get busy and 
have this by-law maile and enforced. 

I hope to ■ Follow the lUrda to Vic- 
toria ' :iK.iin nMt year, but certain- 
ly will apt do so If the only one« you 

y rooBifTB. 
M. V. HllliT\ 
t««,- 12 gtreet, Ix>a Angelea. Cel.. 

August 1, ias«. 



ill AO 

prodt 



iuee are aoisy rooflifrn. 



SHAliiUl ROUER 
f ERAlOg RgpS 



it 



'. C. II. Burklll .^niU-ipairr. Sht»rt««r 
of Rubber, IJIc««lve la Year 
Afier mat 



can 



in Qucistlon 
Sir, — The letter by li.li.D. in 
Thursday's Colonist han just tiem 
handed me by a autMKriber and < er- 
tslaly aeems startling eooigh to de- 
aerve comment. gtsrtUng, l>eeaui*e 
thia Is the first time I have ever 
aoea the deformlag effeeas of an evu 
habit held up aa a reaaen tor popu- 
lar contlnuanoe of that hahlt«eource. 
Because forty-five people recently 
poisoned thorni^elven In the effort to 
satisfy their uni-ontroil iMr. perverti'd 
appctlies, the alcohol which raux.'d 
th'.B pervernlon ■houtil 1'^ ullowed to 
flew mor<- frrris ,11,1 ki'op up the 
stream of these addicts and perverts, 
gtrange arcument thia. to many, I am 
sure. Will K.BJ>. prove that he h 
not thoa Uiegtoal, by yuMMy atatinc 
that he is eaoetiraglag wife and 
cbliaren, should he poaeeea blther. to 
di^nk beer and hard liquors which 
free use he advocates? It not. pray 
why not? 

As for the much abused "persona! 
liberty" slogan thus raised again. I 
aak, ie R.B.d. advocating the unre- 
Rtrieted ''right of ' every peraen to 
make, s«)ll ond drink these tlguer*? 
If not, why not? Alee, does he n>>t 
t>elteve the personal liberty of the 
drunkard's wife and children. Willi 
their unquest I jn,n hi* right to foorl, 
< lothine. home comforts, proper pr^p 
ariiion for life, etc,, with Iho rlifht 
of the ■iiipply merchants to their pay. 
.•■iiouid be safeeuarded by law, if 
neceaaary? (And we think all 
obeervera, past te p rsee at , kaow that 
In a neeeeatty.) 

. K« l>roMMtion "tnteneifying thirst ' 
o: inducing law-breaking, aa bs urged. 

The BoHton Post, itaelf a modenttton- 
l«t oririn, ank.s those wh(. nn tstk In ^ 
their roxintsy, "in there «tiv fiither or 
inothf r w>io will come ojt (Ojlilirly 

and Bt.^to that h>a or her children 
formed drlnklnv liafeMg thffoagh the 
\'ol«tead Act?" 

LAstly, If there la really as much 
liquor drank under , Prohibition aa 
under either lleenee or Oeveraaient 
sale systoow, then why de the liquor 
people always seek to drive it out? 

We think tbeise ver\ i . rtlnent hu' 
very reasonable f|iiet«' r unfi nhonid 
much npprerlTte th*- ooiirtenv of a 
rnplv hy R.B.D. AI«io. may we ask 
If he know?! .-i B.C. brewery adver- 
tises mor« "profit, with a Male of 200 
barrels a day th^n from an oil well 
prodaeing 2,oeo barrels a day"; in 
faet a prottt oC 9H per cent? 

B. CAUnVLU 
Preaa gapt, Prav. W.CT.U. 

Vleto rta. B. C 4«g. T. im . 

Setvi€9 In Pr^UttmU 

Ckurthm im M§xUo 

MBXTOt) Vbtt, Aug. t, — Vealee 

rity's two Prot#«tant ohurohen eon- 
diicled w»rvle*e aa uminl yentorday. 
anil no mcvr« whm mnde. fr» Inforfere 
with th^ni wh'.iA rood, but not un- 
usual cTowdn enterod the Various 
Ronsaa Caiholio ohurcbeo for pray- 
era It was the •aeead Sunday that 
the Oitholle ohurchea were without 
the usual maases beoauaa of the with- 
drawn! of the prl< 

quietly 



The eft -repeated report that there 
would be a shortage of the plaataUon 

rubber product Was conflrmHl yester 
dny hy Mr. C. R. Burklll, of .shMn|r>i.>i 
who .irrlved on the liner i;nipt»'sn of 
KiJKKiit Hnd who •otrroln ni'H' .'^h,*ntf 
ti.u riibber plantatl.ii < con n n 
oppratlnc in the Malay I'l nULxuU 

"To my mind," said .Mr Uurklll, 1 
shortage off plantation rubber seem.s 
InevltaMe ro«ad about Ifll. for the 
denitaad fer the prodaot IS growing 
and, although the eatates are t.t prex 
ent allowed lOe per rent production 

linil<>r Itic Ste\'-ii.soti .-rhenie, 'hf \.ib<T 
.oli'irtane wtiirh eii.Mt.x m«ke.'» rii'-h 1 
prorl I,, ' i.in 1 rn (loHMt.l'' Hc.~lilf« Ih*- 
I nited hlaten buyers are even now iiot 
buying 0|> to their requlremanta anA 
the eituatloa wtl| soon arlae that they 
wilt either have to buy what they re- 
quire or else net an thoir erdera 

"All tbeae factors. In nay ophalon. 
undoubtedly point to a ahortage In the 
rubber supply in the not far distant 
future ■ 

M' liiirKlll ,i!'.o si,itei| that thr 
."-■lia iiK't' o .■>ni|'aniH« ••\<ti iling In 

Vialaya had now uvercqme iheir dUB- 
cuittes and Were earntag aatlataotory 
divideoda eveQ at the unaeat prtcse/ 

VOTERS MAY GET 
ON USTS DURING 
PREffiNT WEEK 

Persons qualified te vote at the 
coming eleetion are advised to in- 
spect the Itst of voters aa prepared 
from the provlnel.Ti Hnf. ,ind If their 
names are not tbero. to have them 
added by the varloii.>« renlsfrarn, \vho»,. 
offices will he open all this week from 
f In the morning to 1 in the after- 
aeon, and t unUl t tn the aftemooas. 

Tkeae roglatratloa oAdea are lo- 
cated as f oUewa for the dlCUroat 
warda or polllag dlvMons: 

No. 1 Ward .... 655 .Johnson Street 
No. t Ward .... 17e2 DoiiKla.n Street 

No. 3 Ward .... 781 \ low .--itreet 

No- 4 Ward tXl b or; Hirt^^i 

No. 5 Ward .... tei ICenzlen street 
The regtatration placee for Oak Bay 
and Elaqulmalt dlvlsiOM of tfto Na-^ 
naima eleetaial diatrlot are aa fel- 
low*: 

Ward • Oak Bay, tOK Chaucer Street 

Ward I Oak Bay 3Se« z«la Street 

x:squlmalt to 4 Ksquimait Road 

Famllff Nnrrowly Escapes 

Kn.MO.NTON. Auk. 9.— The family 
of ColonH George B. MeXieed. magta- 
tratsk narrowly senapad asrleue la- 
Jurlaa whea their homo waa shat- 

terred hf aa eaplealon on Saturday 
night. One side of the house was 

•l.imaired by th* blaat whlnh, polloe 
think, waa due to dynamite or gun- 
powder p i aasd there by 

pernonu. 



Tk§ Weaiker 



Met*»rolnclr«l r>me% yiStSrla, B-A. S* S 
p m.. August t, lf!4. 

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Vletorla 

V«ne«UT«r . . . 
Kamloopa .... 

Prifo-* Riipert 

Kntovan . .< 

gPortlan^. Ore 

nan Praaelace, Cal. .. 

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ftpokaa* 

Vvraen . 

OrenS PH>rlia 

Nelaon , 

CranbrMlc 

raisarr 

Rdmcnten 
^wlfl rurr««t 
rrlnrii Albert 
Qu AppalU .. 

winateee ... 



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win4« c'neeaitv fWfv Set BMCh ahaage la 

lernparalur*. 

v a eeeevee and Nieinitr— Osntlaned aee 
ane wans. 

MONDAT 

MaTlmum ^. 44 

Mlnlmam II 

A v»T»t- . ^ . 

MtnlfnuiH on Ihe »ra"a 4< 

nrlfht attnahlno (Bunitajr), T hour*. II 
minetea 

n*n4ral Mate of the waather, eiear. 
a P.II. WeMW^lNMeea 

virinria— Baroa^Mer, M.lliWM. gW., tf 

mllo*. elMr. 

Vaneouver — Rarometer. It It; wind. W., 
1? mlt*(; rUar 

Kamtnnpii — aarefnetw, 11.14; wind. W,. 4 

mllea. rle^r 

narkervtn* — Baremeter, 14.14; eaim. 

'■Ie«r. , 

Prtnee Itaeert— BsresMter. l4.tSi eaNa; 

riear. • 

Natevaa r«lnt — Uaremeter, M,14: wled. 
w . 4 mil4w; feecr ^ 

TatOMk — Barnmeter, i* *1 . wind, SW . It 
mllo*: eieudy 

rortlanS. Or* — Baromalar. SI. IS; wlaS. 
N.W„ 4 mllee; fair. 

Seatii*— aaremeter. tS.N: wise. K.W.. 4 
mnaa^ elaar, 

Mas Pranetar«»— Baremeter, t$.$9; Wlad, 
S W . 14 mllaa, elauSjr. 



.Ilmmy 'wAtehlnir aomethlnr tasty 

coinir Into «lek room) — Please. ma, 
r.in I have the tnea^Ien when T\'mie't 
■ trine with th^m 




SILVER 

Is Always Such an 
Acceptable Gift 

StKci tKMii \\ cilcr"s i> (loiihlv pleasinf;^, for 
tliiN store's )^ ;it .ill timrs rpprcsmtri 

tive ot the newest designs i^nd most appcal- 
nitj j:;itt novelties. 

Your inspection is corriially. invited when*' 
I ever you have mciU problem to aolvc 

WEILER'S 



LARGE TOURING 
PARTY RETURNS HONE 




A dellebtful lour of Ihe < irient waa 
oempleted today when the Pitrty of 
the Art Crafts Oulld of Cblcaitn re- 
turned oathe liner Rmpreaa of Rus- 
sia from a clHMlar tear a* that 
steamer. 



The party waa eempaasd ot tarty- 
els pereens, headed by If r. A. C. Ki • 

worthy. Aeeordlnr tb Mr. iBlWarthy 

the vi.'<tt proved more then atttac* 
live Hithouah they rtperleneed the 

fii!! I rra of a hum< ane tn Ifone 

Kong, which did 11 r-f i' '1<>«i '^f 
dam.TRe 

The party, the finut of .1 sei lea 
which It is expected to make annual- 
ly. vMted all the prlaeipal ports of 
eajl In the Orient, the Caaadlan Pa- 
cine Battway havia* aM4a the 



SIDNEY 

. A. W. HOLLiOfDt 

setU 

OurOwR Brtid Butt«r' 



prosrammea at each point of etf> 

"niey had hoped to hara a l a |ig s i 
ttaae at Manila, but nlniiipiiartiiss 
were adverae, aad the aii»mcpr had to 
lea«a hefoi^ they had exhaMted the* 
atttaetieaa bf the Philippine eaplfal. 



Sntcumbs to fiurriM 

WOOU8TOCK. N.B, Ai^. ».— Per- 
ler aad Oeraldina lAraly. ohlldraa of 
Mr. aad Mri. lAvaly, of RhrsrbaAk. 
near here, died of bums flaturday in 

honpltal bore. Thei bumn were r*- 

. ei\-eil III a fire mi the hoTn« of their 
I • 1 1 ' ■ 1 I T, r- i • h 1 1 ,1 Vernon , a 1 e^ 
hVltlay. and Ix»rii»- 1 h'- ••IdiKi, njred 
twelra^ arttt probal re ov..r trorn 

lajaHea raaaivad ia the same tx%. 



HTffBABVBR THBRB AtB IMtlBS USB FLY TOS 




Use nyTwKiU mot^uitoes 

Meet MorningWith A Smiub 

SEND that cleanly, fragrant R])ray of 1 'ly- 1 ox 
hifhvptMide tentaaiid Imr^^alowa. Kill tiM fliaa 

:\r.'\ mosqinfrios. F^njoy wonderful niffhtfl of unHi*- 
turbed, reatfui. sleep. Awake r*»frpKnM Peppy, 

lOOpweHt. wHhdfmytUy armi (ioiiKht. 

Fly Tot \n a wricnlifir innrctiddr. I( w a^i der Hoped 
at Mellon loatitaie of Indnatrial R«aearck bi Rex 

In fh' u'cindi If cMbp» Wkf^ttm, b itniirt «« 

ofjiiipmcnr. 

FLYTOX 

KILLS^FLIES 

MOSaUITOES 

MOtHt. MA€HBt«Aim, VLBAt 




lecturer: "Now. when a pereon la 
deaf, his slfht is more scute, fer the 
law of compenaatlen will wark Haeif 
eat." Maideat (the«ahtfall>. *T«a 
oftea notlead aaraetf that when a man 
let the ether le somewhat 



FIFTY YEARS AGO TODAY 



dhrnei 11m itUh •misa eeieaist. A 



1*1 itrs) 

Arrival ef Oeref*ee-0«— rat le Cttr- Th* r n »er— f'^S—rat anil <h« ronf-.. r.' 
narfariM were r*e«l«*4 «ee« th* wharf kr sir Ja*Me Tie Seles. K.O.a. fer?n>rir r.r 
iktriMii )>«ara •< ih« meet saeeeeirel a*T*niaea ef ttii* eektar aad an* «a 
•iaanr*4 ratMaat ameaeM aa ft* waa e«e«n«i>ani«4 i»t lit* Vtea-rr»«ii]*iiia nf ih* 
rnpnlar rAfnmiii** ih« ta4a*« -tr h-«ii» ^' i-ri-'--»«fa unit <T»n» mflo- 

ta* rieli« ae 

et the ~ 




»t aeasS The etaamar tasfeel awt—d liaea at t 
wtia ta* arvrtaae laaila a seaatMr er n eie»i ens a»aM 
«i«er V... Mr« isMvhen sad 

Mr 1 "'"tST. sr.. eae » ssas> Wmmm ftmm r*rtlaM. 

p,ranna AmAar** »>•• h. f»>« r(t» •t r*Bafna w»f« Mr. 

nvaamair nf Vartiir.'. . . '.<in| hri/i» le *hn«i »i» w^ 

r*r*it*T<ii«. Nartk c«rniina, k r«« v>ak( mm* Tha kaesr sale «%• mo 
P«e*»« fcy MMs n SB ans a aai 1^ W. 9. aserlsa a bMMr s* me 

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MAZDA 




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for 
Sake 

of »aifty ami conv rnience. — 



ia your 



lh« «al<e of ^attsfartion sin'f eron<»m\ imwt on 
gcttina i:niSON MAZDA LAMf'S thr »ame 
lamp^ von iise at homr. Cjtrry a Idt of 

► ISON MA/DA I \MPS v..,,. . ,r ,f 
contains a ,«pere lamp t<M every Mx^ict --•ccurcly 



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U21 DouglAa &L, Vtctoria, B.C 



Xakphonaa 643, 2A27 



.THE. DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA. B.C. TUESDAY, A.tGUST 10. 1926 



Ladies' Shoes 

Ifrokcn Um-^. All iUct in lot, io aU leathers. Values 

up to $10.00. - • 

FOR ONE WEEK $2.95 

Maynard's Shoe Store 

640 YsMs Str«tt nieml232 
^Wluw Mot Ptapl> T r idi i — i r 



YES! 

We Do Upholstering 



'« p.i T I .New VS ork 



The Red Cross Workshop 



Public Meeting at the Arena 

Thursday £v«aiag» AugiMl 12, at S 



•PBAKBM: 



RT« HON. W. L MACKENZIE KING AND 
HON. DR. I H. KING 

Sptdal Strttt Car Imr k t Atrang^d 



Mretin^ Ovri by 1" ^0 





R. SMITH 

lit SMmlB' NtrrrI I'liol 
(>.v ( rjatiil t.urUro) 

■•nd V* ft Li.t or Tnur Pi*« rittts** 

(or K.lliiiair 



woo» 



Kaira Dry fir, ptr c«r4 ImC 
rrMk Cut fir. par mH I«*4- 

Klrdllro ,.fr .-..rl |Md 



< O. D. 



*t Cord Lo«d. 



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. 4.00 

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LEMN,aomSOICO.,LTi. 

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How Is This? 



A brif ht. gay fecjing tnatead of 

a hacktrnc — a good book to 
trail in*trail of a vtraniing tub 
to hriul Dvrr A visit to your 
friends insirail of soapy clothfs 
to swish about— that's what you 
get when you use o«ir acnrkc. 

\S r ri iiirn your clothts sweet. 
I Iran and daintily ironed. 

I he finest as well as the heavi- 
est M all carefully handled.* 

/Call Ua This Week at 
ONE— ONK-BIOHT 



Entrust 

Your 

WaalUac 

Larciul 




A huge yaUow flower found in th« 
jungi* of Sumatra to throo Caot tn 
diametar. 



A New Typp Phonograph 




THE NEW 



AMPLIPUONIC 

$99.00 



ft41 Yates 
Street 



KENT'S 



Special in Toilet Tanks, $15.00 



BEST ISLAND 

COAL 

Victoria Fuel Co., Ud. 

1203 Broad Street. Phone 1377 



VMmrtm'm 



May We Value 
That Old 
Piano or Organ? 

— and apply valuatibn to- 

\' arflv part iiinit of ;i 
brand new K.N ABE, W iL- 
> Of eHfOKBI^ING 
piano. 

If aabmim vahia allowad 
Vafjr accttuiiPodarinK tams 

Willis Pianos 



LIMITBD 



1003 ^ 



Street 

• J 



514 



:iir-,l n ti,> rf^idrd on H*lmrkfn 
v( I .11:0.1 Mixty-fwo year* and 



DEATH COMES WHILE 

PUYING AT TENWS 

Mr. Edward DruounoBd-Hay 8«c- 
f«aiaa M Bmmn A tt a ck — r u aa t a l 
Win Bo tMd Today 

j In thf mld.if of enjoyinc j» g*mf at 
j fcnniH fit thr hnrii«« of a netghhor nn 
j Siindav aftrrruion Mr. Edward 
I Diummori'l H.i\ wa'' Kelzed with a 
heart attack and died tnatantly. Dr. 
D. B. Holden waa on the acene In a 
few momoato. ktu lllo waa then ex- 
tinct. 

h.iij rfiidr.l hrif for thp iHfit f)fi^<n 
tnnnihs. hnvlna been a couain of the 
lai<« Mr f. Drumrpond-Hay. of Oorre 
Road. For aome tlmo hto heftlth bad 
not been of tha boot. 

He was horn i>t thf Rrttlsh fonsu 
] lair In Morocro, and hn'! been a resi 
drni of ( .innda for thirty Ave yenr* 
After hla retirement from bualnesa he 
came to Victoria to realde. 

He to aurrlved by hto Btop>meth«r 
and atoter, living at tho family real- 
dence. Two aena. Major L. V. Drum- 

monrt-Hay. of the ^ineoan Patrtrlas. 

and I.i»ut }■' Prummond T?«\ «f tU" 
llth Kaltalion. were killed overaean 
durlnx the war. 

The funeral will leave the B.C. ru- 
noral Chapel* today at 2 p.m., pro- 
eoodlng to at John'a Church. Colwoed. 
whoro tha Itov. W. Poareo will ewn- 
durt the wtyft— at Interment 

will he mad* tn r*otwood Crmrtrry 

Mr, At( Kjhi n tis "--/iifh nf 

Had L(ib€raL Lecturer 

n.SMAWA. Ont . Auk ^ —Mr Wil 
ll.im M .Moore l.lhrr.il <andldate In 
Ih* ridlnc '-"f <ini.irla v. An a lecturer 
In ronalllntlonal hmtnry at the Unl- 
\ernl»v of Toronto when Hf. Hon. Ar- 
thur Meiahen waji in bto uadargradU' 
ale daya at that tnstltutloa. Tka pr«o- 
eut Frifiia Mlntotor waa • miaihn of 
Mr. Mooro'a cla^a. 

"1 wa« »'llh«>r II t'oor lecturer or 
H». «irpi durInK my talks on reaponai- 
K-iN rr timent," la the Jo( ular ref- 
er enca of the former teacher to hla 
llluatrioua pupil, whoao poMUas ha aow 
01 



Mr. L. F. DmUm Diet 

natKU itupsRT. Aug. t r. 

Dalt.a, for yoara in the aervi.ti nf 
tha Hty alocCrtoal dopartment. ta dead 
from a atraka. Ma waa bm ta at 

I'aul 

■•Paddy, waa Rome founded by 
nomeo?" to«ulred JItnmy. "No. my 
aon," aald n|a parent. "It waa iMilat 
who waa famd*doad by 



D0UB1£ HUOEDY 
SttOCIdaiiKMY 



MR. AKP Mm. GKRAIip nBLll* 
UM900S MKIT VKMJOrr 
i>i;Arii.'< 

I'u^k-r liuttr) l'olnl-> to .Murder and 
MMW*" — lIuMband Wax St^-rcta^ 
of ^ia^ng C'oniiMiolra 

Tbo aAalal tn^ulry laio tha tragedy 
at igt? Heal airoot. Oak Say. c n 
auaday. will ba conduotad taday by 
Coroaar K. r. Hart. Under dreum 
•taLBcen which the pollea ragard aa a 
enurder und fulride. the hodiea of 
.Mr. (ierald r'nlip il.i.Mon. HRfd 
tort\ one :ir\d hi* «if( M r>< 1 ;ia» 
'■.111' II . ■! ■ 1 . > J I i-^-,] 1 1) I rl > -so \ en . 
^« < I r (li.H<'i..>\ creel on f>undu> afternoun. 

the tragedy having takaa plaoa aani)- 
lioura aaruar. 

It to aawi w ad ttmrn tha aireun< 
Ntancaa aaeortalaad by careful aorutiny 
of the praniaaa that Mr. Haddon, wbe 
apparontfar had boon raadliig In bad. 
took a Wineheatar tO.ia rlda. entered 
hin wlfe'a bedroom and Ared two 
i hots the aerond of which wiia fatal 
I lie wHiked down : . iti. ..-Il.ir 

ami uaed i third mttr li.. upon him 
self. , 
Itiiic 1a I- lard 

The approsHnata feaar of the trace - 
ly to a*t by tho feet that neishbora 
saw llghta la the aerond atory window 
up to two o'cloci: In tho mornlnif. It 
1.1 hrlleved that roii.>rts ..f NhoolInK 
li'.ird .il till- h'Mi.sc \\i r> th>' •ii.o h.irce 
• thr l.iill<'t.-< whi'li t-l"u Ml II. id 
'Imii 

J-'roiM ai, oxu MUnation nf the bullet 
marka in th«< wlfe'a bedroom. It la aa- 
aumed Haddon deecended the ataira 
from hto room above.' rifle la hand, 
and entarlag tho badreom ahot twice, 
tho flrat balMt apaprentfy mtoalnff ita 
mark, paaaing through the pillow .tnd 
mattreaa tind to the wall beyond The 
areond bullet may have been tired nn 
hla wife k;u uprlKht In bed, from the 
nature tif the injurir.x infli< ifd 

Ihiddon then appeara next to have 
p< n< I >wnatalra, dad In pajamas, and 
.shot himself throuch tho head. 
Hpanlel'a Alarm 

.\ 1 1 <'ti I i< Ml 111 the loiiditlons .ii the 
lii.umr u -1., , .illed |,y the w hlulnR of the 
'i>'^ I l>lH< k rorker apanlel. 
uixl ihin Ud Mr. Jamea H. -Oahres. of 
1039 Deal Stmt, to Inveatlgata. He 
aaw the body oa tho colMr floor, tha 
room being untockad. aad called In 
Chief flyme, of the Oak Bay police. Aa 
a conaequence the houae waa aearched, 
and the body of Mrs Haddon located 
upatalra. The remuln.n have been re- 
moved to the 111 I'uneral ("ompanya 
premlaea. where the Innueat will be 
held today. 

The unfortunate huaband and wife 
i<^ ' e one eon, agad aUttaan. Philip 
Haddon, who waa apanding a 
holiday with frienda at Deep Cove 
durlag the Bummer vacation of the 
Koaadala Hchool, Shawnlgan. He la in 

'■harga of 

Had lit valid Slalor 
U appaara. oa Inquiry that Mr. Had- 
doa waa troubled with worry oa aa« 
count of tha delicate health of a aln- 
ter, and found the expenae of provid 
Ingr for her In a private nuraioR home 
here to b« a heavy drain on hi.i 
flnancea It la not believed that he 
had other rinanelal troublea, although 
Ik may have fancied auch a condition 
to exist. 

Mr. Haddoa waa aecrotary for the 
Dunwoll Mlaao, Umltad, and for other 
mining companies, but there la no 
■"nr^atlon of any dlfflculty on that 

score. Mr. n. .M Htewan deacrlbinK 
him as a consrientioui and elTlclent 
m.in The bi.ol.s ,,r the (ornpanlea 
undr-r his charge ure reported abao- 
luteiy In order. 

He waa personally vary poputar 
with his aaaoclatea. who are ahaoked 
Witb the awful tragedy 

Ills War .ScrvkT 

Mr Haddon. who waa a native 
of India. s«rved with honor In the 
Royal Canadtan Nivy from tha in- 
ceptlea. of tha war and In poat-war 
yoara. He aaw eonalderable service 
la the Mediterranean In earlier days 
with the Royal Navy. Later he was 
atttched to the l><4iilmalt nav.il ata- 
tion with the rank of paymaster lieu- 
tenant-commander where his duties 
were with the .Naval College. As a re- 
ault of his war service he comptolned 
frequently of severe headachaa. Ho 
retired from the aanrlea at the clone 
of the Naval Colloge here in 

Mra. Haddon (nee Paaraon) waa a 
native of Bromagrnve. Kngland. Her 
Hlater. Mlaa Ora Pearson, who for- 
merly li%ed here, was well known as 
niij.ilcii.n and amateur nclress. 

Hoth funerals will take place to- 
morrow morning to Royal Oak Burial 
Park at ia:t« o'clock. 



The brido and groom were visit inu 
In San Pranclaco. They stopped at a 
restaurant to eat A nip young wait- 
res* waited on them 

' Would you care (or some honey- 
moon aalad ?" she asked 

•What is it?" asked the (fonfnaed 
proom. 

'Just lettuce alona." replied tha 

wnlti 



YOUNG WOMEN 
SUFFER MOST 

Thrac Two Found Relief by 
Taking Lydia E. PinkiMun'a 
Veff^taUs 




Ayw'a am, QMkac~"I hava 
pe»n teaching for thraa yuara, aad 
' It tha Md of tho 

'ar I always feel 
' ired and have no 
S[i[vel ' -Kum 

n w ' ; • . k f srh 
H'. ti tjMi ha < inij 
[■» " « in rriv ^larit 
1 • ' • ' 1. . r-i r f ^ m eii I 
, .f ig.-.f •!,.j> 
w.-.r k * -rr.H 

• •■ ( . . r-1 r^> e n d <■ d 
- ! 1 > fink 
m'sVcfalaWa 

Coanpooad to bm 

and I heard many women totUac haw 
wood it waa so I thought it holt 
bSttloi^ W wr l taka a i« 

to oth^T^-^DSwALiia'ri^" ' 

"UoaUa to Work* 

Canninf, Marya Hcot a -"I had ir- 
'•C^wpariada and trreat aufforiac 
at tfjaa a tknaiL the pama eaooiaf 

vaarftlif and famtinK l waa t«>ach- 

'•*g achofil and oft»*n for nrimr hoafp 

I wwild Ke unable to att*«nd fr> my 
Wiirk Thrr- ipt. an ud vert i»en'.eTit in 
the i,ai>er. i i.-,^* ,,f [ y p,^|,. 

ham'* Vcfntah.e i < mpi .',n^1 «r.ii if 
ha'< >wen Mf pr. at henefi* to me |he 
tr«"ib;»«a Iwinc; ri.mpletelv rr!i>-vrd 

• LAuaA^J^^^rmo ^ «p« X^ a 



MUdaUrni 

Lmmde It N^mimaied 




Former Mlaloter of L.anda and Por- 

eats in the Drury Oovernment In 

'•nttrio. ban be-M ii' i m i iirt ' • ' I I", ili. 
l.no-rei.H of Kaal Aluoma a» i.iiidld.4if 
for the Dominion House of Oommonf*. 



Mayor Pcndray to 
Repreaent City at 
Seattle Navy Fete 



IVl represent the I'lty of \ i< - 
toria at the offlcial luncheon to 
tho Ualtod autaa Paoiaa float, 
which will bo hold toaaorraw at 
nooa In tho ChMoahor of Com- 
merce nt Soattla. One of the 
features of the function will be 

the .iddrea.s Which will be de 
h\ered by the Setretary of the 
t nlted Hiate.s .N'av\, Hon. CurtU 
D. Wilbur, who i.s at present on 
the l»a<-inc C'last on an inspec- 
tion tour of the United Ktates 
naval porta. Fleet Week, in 
honor of the Untied Mates 
Pacific Fleet, to being colahrat- 
ed from Auguat • to Aaguat 14, 
la Soattla. 



ObUmarw 



LYAM^ — The body of the lute .Mrs 
Elisa I.J all was laid to re..)t in the 
family plot yesterday afternoon at 
Roaa Bay Camotery. The funeral took 
place from MMrward'a B.C. FunarfU 
Chapol at aqd prooaadbd to 

Cbrtot Church Cathadral, whara aerv- 
Ice waa qoaduotod by the Rev. Dean 

Qualtttbn. Many friends .iM> nded and 

the caaket and hear.ne wcif . ..vered 
with beautiful floral t^llMl(.^ Ih 
hymn aung waa "Abide With Me. " 
Tha followlag aetod aa pallbaarora: 
llav. A. da 9. OwaaV Mr. Jamaa 
rtotehar. Dr. Ruaaoll. Mr. A. U Car. 
tto, CaptalB BIHaa aad Dr. Kaown. 

SHIKI,r>.S The funeral of the late 
.\liji.«( .\I.<ry l.ouina Shields took place 
>enteida.\ afternoon at l:4.^ from 
Hayward's B.C. Funeral Chapel and 
proooodad to St. John'a Church, whero 
aarvlco waa oeaduetod by tho Rev. F. 
A. P. Chadwiek. There waa a very 
large attendance of friends and many 
beautiful floral deslKn«i <overed,the 
casket .md hearar The wurpliced 
choir was in attendance and itanK the 
SOih I'aalm. also "Breathe on .Me. 
Breath of Uod" and "Lead, Kindly 
Light." Tha following aetod aa pall- 
boarars: Maaara. Wm. Thacker. C. 
Buddell. H. Bmery. \,'. Melhulah. T. 
P. Emery and T. Wakemun The body 
waa laid to rest In the family plot at 
Roaa Bay Caaietery. 

HAUBOTTI.K — KunernI service for 
the late Mlaa Emily Harbottle, who 
paaaod away on Auguat I In thto city, 
will ba held at Hayward'a B.C. 
Ftenaral Chapel tomorrow afternoon 

at 1:11. Internient will be HMdO at 
Royal Oak Burial Park. 

U'lBBI.NS — There paaaed nway ,Tt 
an early hour on Hunday mornlnir nt 
the Royal Jubilee Hoapltal. Martha 
Rebblaa, wife of Mr. Ooarga RahMaa. 
ltS7 Bay atraat. Decaaaad waa a na- 
titro of Kagtand. aged forty-eight 
years, and had b"*-' < resident of this 
elty for the laat nrioen year. .She 
leavea her husband: three dxuithters. 
of this city, her mother, and three 
alatera In Knffland The late Mra. 
Uobblna had many frienda who .will 
regret to hear Of bar auddaa daaitoo. 
The body to raatlag at tha Thomaon 
rnaaral Homo. 1421 Qaadra atroot. 
from whence the funeral will take 
place tomorrow afternoon at I o'clock, 
after which the body will be laid to 
rest In the family plot at Rosa Bay 
Cemetery The Hev .loseph McCoy, 
D.D., pastor of Knos Praabyterlaa 
Church, will ofltelata. 



TROW8DALE.— Mra. Barbara 
Trowadale, relict of tho tota Thaoaaa 
M. Trowadale. paaaod away on Mon- 
day eveninc at the home of her ann. 
fftl Rsqulmalt Road. The ut,, j^i^p 
Trowadale, who wan l-.orn In Prince 
Kdward Island In 1142. had been a 
resident of Victoria for the last 
thirty-two yeara, laavea a aan. Mr. W. 
H. P. TVowadala. with whom aha ra- 
aldad. aad a daughUr, Mra. Bevan- 
Pritcbard. living at l«St Butte} Rtreet, 
Victoria; also a sister. Mra Caroline 
MacDonald. and niei e. Mrs .1. Dick- 
son of .leaele Street. Viclorja West, 
and nine rrandchildren. The lK>dy Is 
restlnv at Mcf'aii Bros.' Funeral 
Home, and the funeral will be bold 
tomorrow aftoraaon from Chrlac 
Cbareh Cathedral at S o'clock. The 
Rev. H. T. Archbold will conduct the 
sen-Ire. after which interment «lll be 
made In the f.imilj plot at Kosa Bay 
CaOMtary. 



Lord Awtvr Goee East 

MANKK. A It a.. Aug. 1. — L«l% Astor. 
aorom panted by hto aoa, arrived in 
Baaff awnday aftaraoaa, havlag mo- 
torod ovor fl-oai Laka l«ouioa. He will 
raaialh at Banff Sariaaf Hotal over 
Sundar. and on Monday afternoon 

will he Joined by <'oloned New burn, 
formerly chief aurxeon of the Cana- 
dian hospital at Cliveden, and pro- 
ceed to Calgary. Thoy will apend 
Monday motoring ta soma af the 
naarhy r aaeb aa. aad aa Taaaiay win 
laata tor Wlaalpaa. -Taraato and 
Moatraal. At the end of the week 
Lord Aator will join Lady Aetor at 
lUelMK' Maine where ahe hag been 
Yl*itin«: ber aia'er Mr^ Cha« Dana 
f;;b»<>n The\ « i >,, ^,11 from 

New Terk on Keptemttor It on the 
Otymple for hoaso. 

maylag up all alaht may make yon 
a. wiae aa an owl. bat awia have no 
oenop daxlaa.tha day.. 



NR. MACDONALD OPENS 
UP ISLAND CAMPAIGN 



Candidate for 
DtMrlcn <M*c«i 
Clavfc Alao 



F'ltJtT Al.ltl.UM AU». ». — Mr. D. 
A MacDonald. Conaervatlvo candi- 
date for tho Padaral Honao In tbe 

• omos-Albomi dhartat. opaaad bto 
' lectloa oampaiga haro tanlght. when 
he addroaaad a large aad aathualaatb 
meeting. Mr. MacDonald touched <>> 
many fiubject- f nii r»-! i . the elei 
lorft Including itic .ir fT ijiicstlon and 
how t ,if!f-i I,, I ih,. farmer He wa.-* 
Aii(i, iirir.| i,x ';.'ieral J. A. Clark. 

C.,n^^-r^,,l.^ . ■,i.-ii:.er Ul thO laat 
Hi>u.«e for iiurraril 

Mr MacDonald. In apr i i n. 
\ At iff question, told of the inntcultiett 
I he Canadian farmer ha« li| flndlng a 
market, and iilnairatod hfa polat wtth 
■•<oma atatlotlco aa tarMt. Amorteaa 
egaa> far Inataana. tha apaakar de- 
clarod. entering Canada wore charged 
three cent.<* per doaan. while Cana- 
dian rsBa Kninr to the I'nited Staler 
were up aaalnat a tarirr of clf;hi 
cent.-* per doien. American butter 

• liiic II -1 c harce (if four cenl-< 
per pound while the ( anhdla,-i pin 
duct wa5 cIiaVk^ eight <'ents per 
pound for entr\ into Cnlte.l Ktate." 
Many other flKure" were advanced 
showing the dlfflculty the Canadian 
producer had in trying to find out- 
aido marhota In the faoa of auch a 
dlffarenea In urlff. Ho tarorod a 

cientlMc tariff which woaM give 
farmers better protection. 

Ceneral Clark dwelt on tho CUS- 
toniM Hcand.il and told his llstenera of 
the doiiDCN In I he llou-se during It^ 
la«t weeks. He i h.trKcd that .Mr .\ 
W .\eill, member for that di.vtrict 
waj4 aaaocialed with the LlberalM and 
was not an Independent. Both 
speakera were glvfn a prood hearing 
and applauae fraauontly Intorrupted 
their remarka. 



8AYWARD RESIDFNT 
WUi STAND AliAIN 



I..al><>r I'arly Will .support Mr ,1. 
.\rmiMhaM' In <'omnx-.\lhrmi as 



Summer 
Dress Sale 

A^ords Dainty h rocks ul 
Bargain Prices 



\ rrv rffn tivr froi k.s of hroad- 
i loth and Kavoii -ilk in a\ 
tractive coior». Kcgulai $3.73. 
bale Pik« 

$3.95 

Dresses •>[ ! un and R.i\(in 
•iilk in pi .1 ill ' li.ii ic>, p.iHc, lu'd 
c-flccls and sUipcs. Kcgulai 

$7.9S wd $8.50. Sde Plica 

$4.^5 

ExceediDi^y damty Jmhm of 
tilk crape, striped Rayon aim] 
silk R r-Roldi $12.50 to 

$!'» )(l .^.llr I'll. 

$7.50 and $y.75 



7lt-730 
Yalaa ttmt 





Phona ms 



UMITAO 



It to doflnltoly aanaaneod on behalf 
of tha Canadian Labor Party and the 
Karmar- Labor Intoroata on Vancouver 
laland. that Mr. 3. R. Armishaw. nf 

Sayward. will be a Fa r nier ■ 1 bor lan 
ildlitr- (n ( 'omox - ,\ Ibernl In the cominR 
(•'•• Il ral election For some days past, 
Mr Armishaw has been arranging the 
preliminaries fif bis campalcn, durInK 
which he will vlalt the varloua centres 
of popniatlon aa wall aa tho amall aet- 
t lemaata In tha rMlng. Mo Intonda to 
start a aarloa of moottnga wtthont de- 
lay and hopea betwoon now and tho 
election to meet as many of the voters 
as posalble 

It is stated on behalf of the Cana- 
dian I.j»hor party and I he F'armer- 
l.rfibor interests that there will be only 
one candidate In the Held on their he- 
half on Vancouver laland, aad all 
I..abor men and farmera who favor 
I Abor polleloa are aakad to gat hahlnd 
Mr. Armtohaw ana anpport hto onm- 
palgn. No Labor or Farmer-T.«bor 
candidate will bo nomlnatod In either 
Victoria or Naaalaaa In tho Fadoral 
tight. 

Uisirict Vlallor. "Good afternoon, 
madam. How la It you don't eeaio to 
the meetlnga now?" 

Woman: "Becauae I haran't any 
boota to come In." 

DtoUiet VMkar: "It tan't tha baou 
we look at — it'a the souls." 

Woman: "Ah! but there's no aolo 



Have a SLIDING Door 
on Your New Garage 

See tliete Sliding Garage Door Fixtures BEFORE 
ordering your doors from the milf These modera 
garage d.^or< arr a prcal saving on car fendenr; " 
Per set, $8.90 and $18.0a 

Drake Hardware Co., Ltd. 

H18 Douglas Street Phona 1645 



INVESTMENT MADE 
Qt.SiNIUNy FUNDS 



city C'ondnots Mood i'urci»a»«-.-. — 
Gnuit of $io<> \oiod Victoria 
Fonltry Aaaootetkw 

The City Council, adopting the 
recommendation of the Finance 
(.'ommlttee concerning the Inveet- 
inent of alnklns funda. dooldod toat 
niKht to pnrebaaa tha fol l atHag 

bonds: 

>From A. K. Ames * Co, fiiOO 
City of Victoria depentures, due Jan- 
uary 21. itll, under By-Law fdl, at 
• S.et, yielding 6.27. 

From A. E. Amoa * Co., tioo 
dty of Victoria dabontnraa. dno Aug- 
nat SS. ISSB. uador ByLawa TSS-TII. 
at tl.4«. yielding l.U. 

From victor W. Odium A Com- 
pany, $1,000 city cf Victoria Treas- 
ury COrtmcates. due July 21. 1930. at 



.From Victor W. Odium * Com- 
pany, il.ftS C.N. It. 4 per cent deben- 
ture atock. guaranteed by the I'rov- 
Ince of Saskatchewan, due at 
19.07. yieldlna S.20. 

A grant of tlOO was made by tha 
Council to tho Victoria Poultry ftaaa 
claUOB towarda tha aspanaaa at thoir 
ponliry ahpw roaaatly haM la tha 

city. 

It waa daoldod to roto a graat of 
174.21 to tho Native Bona of Canada 
to meet the deflelt on tho track and 
Held championship asatt ^II^MR Via- 

tfirln on .Inly 1. 

Mre, Robineon Hemmnded 

VA.N'COCVKIt Auk -Mrs. Marie 
Clara Koblnaon. ot *Jouih ^■ancouver, 
who was arreoted Saturday evening 
charred with attempting to murder 
her husband. William H. Rohinaad. 
laat Tburaday by euttlaff hla thraat 
with a raaar whila ha My aalaao at hto 
home, waa remanded in cuatody until 
Tuesday, and removed to Oakaiu 
prison farm 




I - < . 



The Tobacco of Quality 



□ LD 



CHUM 



15* 



Per Packet 




THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA, B.C. TUESDAY. AUGUST 10. 1916 



El Salto Fine Granulated Sugar 

Special Sale Today. This it splendid tugar but juat a shade 

than JI.C. 



40 lbs 

80 H>t. 

Or sack wrif;h^n;^ 



for 



60r 
91.15 
$5.70 



Large Preserving #| 

Peaches, per iK> x ^ I • 09 
Good Local Piomrfai^^| ^t! 

per sack ...!^l*Od 

BninrflalM Floor, ^| «>C 

21 1 1 #I.^D 
Horseshoe Salmon, OA 

J . - lb. tin L^3C 

Van Camp'a Tomato | A 

prr tin AUC 


.Lean Pot Roasts, per 1 ..10# 

and . . » _^ 

Nice Fraah BriaMt. T>er lb., 10<^ 

Praah Lamb Chops, lb 88^ 

Nice Stewing Lamb, 2 1' :pr>r 

Fraah Young kad lalmon, r A ^ 

each. 3S^ to DUG 


Liquid Vanaer JifTy Mops 
lar $1,25. Vary special 


Pray Bentos Cornad Baaf, OA^ 

1-U). can ibtUC 



H. O. KIRKHAM & CO., LTD. 

"^Sr- fil2 Fort atrMt 



Uulrhrr and rroiiniMMi 
Mil ..'..•<! 

Klfch l>r,M . , • I 



Warm Weather Supplies 

ICK CREAM PAILS 
SOUA STRAWS 
LILY DRINKING CUPS 

^Ai^KUS PLATES AND JJiSHES 
Etc. 

SMITH, DAVIDSON & WRIGHT, LTD. 

VANCOUVER VICTORA 



UllioMK Trirphone Air persona 
wishlnR to <iimmunl044i« with Mr. W. 
I H Mrarnw manager iif the >'rovinrl»l 
I Kxhibiiii.ti here njay do •« by t ai«- 
I phoning hin ofTIre St |M| WHISfVa 
I ar«uqds, iiuml>*r llSf. 

Tn E^ntertslB riiHsass Tliii uodvr- 

, t'riviirge.i chlM commlttM of the Kl- 

I wjiiiiw t'luli will hrilil Mr iih nli- tomor- 
' inw It Tfleirraph Heaih Kr\ Ull 

' wh)cl\ j)romliiea to prove a s^^cAi went 
I for th* bojr*. 

\'e«MMM of ffVaaoS — A ape^Ul 

I m««Uaa •t tiM ssacMivs this or- 

I ranlastiMi Is csUsa tor tonlaht at > 

\ o'clock at tbo elubroonu. DoNglas 

I Street. Important buslnoss will bo 

I I'l'^tiKhi rr>rMrti<1 anrt alt »— i bfS 

I 111- I f<|ii>'»l ""fl 111 Hllend 

To Hold KmhithlUon — VNard Two 
Scian.i h (.'ottase OardcBcru' Socisty. 
win hold lu toath aaaaai oaMMtiMi 
at at. Mark's Sail. HilirtH— 
on Bataraajr, PsytMakar 4. 
irramiiios and ontrr fnruM majr l>o ob« 
lalnod from tho socrotary, Mr. W K 
l.i* wellyn. S710 Baaalch Road, or will 
matlaa oa raiasat. tslsyhMi* 



Visitors! Tourists! Everybody! 

Come— We Invite All Our 
Customers to Cornel 

Great Sale 

Spun ^ilks, I'niiL'ec, Cotton c;repe, 
Ivory ware, Baskets, ( ii l^s Chairs, Ki- 
monos, Shawls, Necklace, Chinese 
. Dolls, Tea Sets, Parasols. 

Every thing Greatly Reduced 



LEE 



S View Street 



& CO. 

Just Above Douglas 



^1 




GORDON'S 

PRY GIN 

PRE-WAR STRENGtH 17 U.P. 



26 A 40 oc BOTTLES 



DlbllLLKl> AND BUiTLLU 
OM.Y BY 

TANQUERAY GORDON & ( ii 1 I II 

LONDON 1N(.I ANh 



This advfcrtisement is not pubhshed or displavcU u> liic Litiuor 
Control Board or by the Covermnent of British Columbia. 



**Tou're quite Hure thia la alllaator 
■kin?" Inquired the cuatomsr. 

"To*." naUsa tho ■ttaawaa. ''I 
shat it nursotf." 

*'H'aI It appoari to ks a Uttla 
Bolloa on thta aid*." 

"Ah! That'a where It nlmrk the 
aroaaa wl^an It ftU out of the tree. " 



A lady was tjiUlaa that from a oor- 
Uln point la Mont* Carlo both church 
and.caMB* wara vMhlo. 'Thay ra- 
Mmbia saeh etaar," Mid h«. "Re 
savhlo saah otharT" she repeateri. in 
wrprlna. "Taa." asl4 Hoaly. In one 
you are pr»ye<1 fori la tho StlMr you 
are preyed upon." 



Make this 1 est-i< KEJi (me ampm ) 



Ends 

ihe pain in 
jone minute 




Corns 



COMMON tcnte has taught, 
and rxpcrirnce hat proved to 

aiiUioni of cmsibio pcopla, that 
any com remrdy that dect tiot 

Hop xhe eause — frirtmn anH ; m, 

aara of tho*\ caa navar cfiaat a 



Tlia piia eada the metnent ymi ipptT 
ooeioacom. TTie •oothlng medication 
in Dr. Srholl'i Zino-piH« dorttlm, uid 
ai the lime time heali the 'Ir r per tiiiuei, 
r««o%iBf all eortaoM. TlMa tho nal 
iMaling Mara, bMMH 
kii«udpcwmr»«fiiMi 



ie»im»i * 



Or <»^Koiri Zino-^^ «• 



9ttm PiMt SrtdillM, hM perferied • three liata for Coma, tMlwiii and 

aw di cn ad, aaitMptir, protective Bo a io— . At al^b^ aid Aaadma. 

IW thrt ku ttfolatiMiard tho treats Mail coupon K/' Inn for frrr umpir 

aMataf aaiac. Tkii* fa^ «• oJM , • 

Pr,le>rir»Ilinliii. 

BrSchoU's 

Tfino-pads 



r.mt sxil <n» mmtta •! l>r. taMTtStiM. 



l"c<>-.|N-< (i%«' .S4*ttlcr» Many imiulrlea 
11 I • iiiir received by the Vancouver 
laland Publicity Baroau from raal- 
daata at tha Old Caaatrr eoacoralaa 
tha aaoetal Mpplaa»aatal tmtf of Tlio 
Maaeliaatar Ouardlaa Commarela) on 
British Columbia. Yeatorday two let 
tera were received by the Publl'itv 
t 'ommlfuiloner, Be»>kliiK i n f i ■ r niiii !• ■ 11 
about the commercial and reaidenital 

oppoitvaliiM. 



Klwanla Lianrbeon — The weekly 
lunoheon of tha Victoria Klwaato Club 
will uko plaaa today at aaaa la tha 
Chambar e( Oamaaareo. R«v. P. A. P. 

Chadwick, rector of 8t. John'a Anatl- 

ean Chun h, whu has Ju«t returned 
from a tjlp to IOa«iern Canada, will 
lie ihf Hpeuker. Mi^n HantinKS will be 
hf.tnl in rontralLo eoloa, and the Kl- 
wiini.s HI i heatra will render 8ole< tlons. 
There will alaa W aa atUndaaoo 
prlas. 



TiMsbola Prlaas Wo^Thoaa bold- 
ma UcKali Noa. »o«, ni, tOI oa tho 
tombola held on the I.O.O.F. excur- 
sion to Seattle on Saturday riia> ot. 
Iain their prlzen by t»>l«>phi>ninK 
■t:!S3V. The exrurmrin i-oni ni It 1 rr- n\Hn 
vs I HI 111 II ko to thank Mf'>«f<rN J. K. 
I'li'.'if A .Sons. Mo»5r.- Khhard Hall 
&. bona. Mr. W. V. Todd. BrackauMi* 
Ker MUUaa Co.. Mr. Pr«d LaadiAMra 
and ,Ur. P. W.. Dampatar for their 
conoroui deaatlons to the tomboU. 

Tribal* to Colloji;;ur A n i^x pr i-m"! . n 
of Rinrf>rp regrot of the death . ( I r - 
ffswor K Howard ItuHdell tn contained 
in thf. weekly hiillotin of the Victoria 
Kiwania Club, of whl^h he waa a 
prominent and popular member. The 
bulloUa aaya: "It If with tho doopoia 
aorrow that wo dolata from tho roll 
tho name of thla Klwanlan — a good 
friend, a rood man, a good Klwanlan: 
what more ran wf hope to be? \ lc- 
torla will mlaa him. Victoria Klwanl.s 
will al.'<o miaa him. To hie bereavecj 
famil/ the Klwaala Cluh oxtonda lU 
haarttott ayaiaatliy In thair aorraw. 

HON. .i. TOLMIE 

.RETURNS HOME 
■ — - — . ■ ■» 

Contlauad frbm Fata 1 

•din • 

At ;ill the meetings there haa been 
a wonderful rerepllon. with trtmoa- 
doua enthunlaam. acrordod tha.lMdar 
of the party. Tboro haa haaa a OMrkad 
improvomaat la tha Caaaarvatlva «ttu- 
atlon, says Z>r. Telmla. oamparad with 
what It waa at tho laat alaotloa. Thla. 
ha ImtonOM. ki aapaolally aeUedaUo 
In tho Pralrlsa. 

ttabtnttal Gala Skpaalaa 

Althoaah It te still early the indica- 
tions, said Dr. Tolmle. are that there 
will be a ■tthstantlal (jaln made by the 
t>arfy Thla la In sharp rontraat with 
thf iithrr fUli From tho time of Mr. 
Mai k. n7.lr KinR s eleilion In 1921 
with a substantial majority there haa 
been a ntcady decllno In tho sifppert 
accorded him. Tlila want on until tho 
Oovsrnment ho lod was dafoatod thrao 
tlmos on oaa nlatit la tha lata session. 

The pravalllna impreasio n IhrowKb 
out the country in that there is no p,,« 
.•<lblllty of Mr King Improvlni? Ins 
position, with the Customa ncandal 
mil su< h itohtical scandala as that In 
rvace River. On the contrary, dvary- 
thina point* to the return of Mr. 
Meiahan In a poaitlon ta oarry aa tha 
affairs of tha eeiiatry In a iMSlBaaa* 
Ilka way. 

Mot at lloM 
After an abaanca of nino months 
from his homo dty. Hon. Dr. Toimie 
waa accordad a warm raaaptlon by 
hU frlonda yaatarday afternoon «» he 
Rteppad from the aleamer at th« 
(•PR wh.irf The Hoy,' ;>ip« n.md 
si.iindert a welrmne. while h fcather- 

inif i<r hiji poiiiimi frionin irroatad 
him with rheera. After paraanal 
rr(^tln»:s, a procoaaton waa fonaad 
with tha band loadlns and a llaa of 
aatomoMlaa. tho laadlnt oAa oo- 
cupiad t>y Hon. l>r. Tolmle, Mr R n 
Poolay. leador of the party In the 
Provlnrlal L,e(rl^ll^f ure, and Mr 
I.lndley rveajtei. president of the local 
I. I b r r H I Conservative Aaaoclatlon, 

proi-eeded to the Mbaral-ConaoTva- 
livio rnoma in tha Oamphall Bulldlaa. 
whara aa Informal raoaptlaa waa ac- 
aardad tha MlhlMar of Aarloulturo. 

Mr. iJndley Craaaa welcomed the 
miniater back to tho e(ty. voicing th<» 
conjrr itulallons of thn orranitallon 
and of tlie. district In hin heinr Choaili 
HS»the head of the I>epartmeat of 

Aariouiturn In Mr. Malahaa'a Oav- 
amment. a poaitlon for whieh ha waa 
ao wan ^MdlOad. 

Mr. C V sail akid that whilo thara 
•Waa no dewlrw to force him to ma Ice a 
apaaeh of any leninh nt that lime. 
In viw of the fart that hn would 
later In lh.^ .inv .ailed updn to ad- 
drei*< . ^«>r ; itharlna. yot there 
waa a wtah on tha part oC tha author - 
ln». ha waa aura, that tha mhilater 
should any .t few wor to 

(>lad to Uct Uiome 
Hon Dr. IMaKla aipiasasil his 
pleaaura at vsttiaa hack ta tho dty 
Ma had haa« akasat frpm it ainoo No- 
vembor, lltl, aad in the intervenlnir 
tima thara had haaa a ar««t daal tak 
In* plaaa is tha MMarp ar tha aaan 
try. 

Ha waa pleflj^ed arain to be In 
charge of the Deportment of Aarl- 
eutfure, for ha fall that wMh tha da^p 
intarast that ha had always had In sll 
that partalMdta fhnalng, ho coaia 
ba of aoma aaniaa ta hi* r<nantry in 
thla poaltlna. Rla farmer oreupany 
of the po«t had not b*eti long enoagh 

to al'i.'v V,(r., ,^ r^r<-v |ntr> t^fff^ ni) 

• ■ ■• 1 ■ Me* It had ' 
fivw htm a taaio for tho warfc an 
ta ha aaia ta aaaaicp ^ 

\ 



for 



tha bsasa t of tha todoatry- 

Aaak* for Rimayiaiii 

lis ■■jraais< hla thaaka for the 
Mpirit aliav* ta aaaaMlair htia aach 
a haarty wa ia aas a Immb«l. T%lm, he 
aald. was dtaraotartatle of tha aa- 

thualaam that wmm being maiyfeatod 
throughout thA wholo of Canada In 
the Conaervatl v« cause Ho had been 
In Winnipeg a few days l>efore when 
the leader of the party, lit. Hon. Ar- 

'^MtaJliaM^**' '^'^ acoorded a 

Dr. Talaala a«td a aaaapHunt to 
tho Boyif Plpa Baad, 
fU( h a good ahowlnff. 
f'ii. doMrved a great daal ef,arodlt 
liir the enthuBlaism they were show 
IriK In thl« line As he .111 w theae \uunn 
I«i1h In their .'rilklii>j uniforms his 
mind had revert nd to an occuMOii li\ 
hla aarly daya when hla father, who 
waa aa ontbualaatio Hn ata ia aa« bad 
takaa hUn Mi ktBa ta'attand tha Chi* 
donlaa aaWi aads wtth aasall 
amount of prtdo pafiidad him hafore 

the ratherlng at that time with his 
na(iv» axitipalhy to ajiything that 

looked like, shair. ha hat jNaB-vv: 

111 at ease. 



I>r ToIml« BBld that he woijld r»- 
ser%e h\H remarks aa to the political 
■atiiani'ii iMiill iht» <-venlnK He i-^mjIiI 
hov\cv<T. i»>ll them that the ntW.ition 
wiLS exo«e<llngly bright All m ro.s*, 

tho Dominion tha aamo aplnt of en- 
tbualaam waa .immMIBR* Quabao waa 



galaa ta mafca a iliawUiK far tha Con - 
ratlra eaaaa tMa tlaaa, and in 



aaa^atchowan.^ which he had ]uk 

vlfited. thw party waa mofit aitlve 

Tti." <li-.-»ii>i on thf tuirt i>f thi- ( nii 
.-i^rvHtlvea of that province was to 

pui a oaadldata la p g aat l aa ll y arary 

seat. 

Tho Bltaattta had l>aaB radically 
ohaaaM aadi thara waald ba a do- 
cldad braalriato tliat prwvtaoa. Tha 
wholo oouatry oould aaMar ha aald 
to ba dactdadly faTOtaMa ta tha naw 
Oo^raramont. 

DR. BLACI BtVIEWS 
OUTLOOK ON PRAIRIES 



m Be Up to Averaae and 




MoNTftrAi. Aug. 9. — Wastarn 

< 'an;id,i Hhi w , . v < r . sign of a continu- 
al ion of the general spirit of optimism 
whirl) developed with the harvesting 
of laat yaar'a crop, aad as a rosult of 
this I found baalhaai aaod. tha poople 
ohaarftti aad avary aaa of tha taaras 
and ettlaa wtth a buUdtna prea>««na 
undar way mora ambltloua than la any 
year ainco bofore the war. stated Dr. 

W .1 rUai-k illrprior department Of 
colonlJtation, « (fr \i 1 1 u re and natural 
resources, of the I'ln.xlian .N.Tllonal 
R.illways, on his return today from 
a tour of the Western provinces As 
for thla yaar'a crop, while aome dla- 
trteta of Narth Caatral Baakatehewan 
and Albarta liava auffarad from dry 
waathar, tha crop will t>a a aood aver- 
age and will be an economical crop 
for the farmer to harvaat. BtMW Is 
fairlv light but With pi QfllllgM PC fPOd 
yields. 

Mava Naw UmA Bvahaa 

Oaa a( tha atrlkliia thinaa af the 
jaaraay. Dr. Blaefc atatad, waa tha fact 
that maay dtatrtata la ^Oharta. whara 

newty-anivod Immlgrdma had been 
placed on farms by the CaBMb^an Na- 
tlonaj coionl/.at lo" d>'partment. had 
more nrw Innfl .1<' 1 '»-t.i year 

than at any time sim e before the war 
The new ecttlera were claarlna their 
laad and braafclna It up, and BMay of 
tham praparlaa ta han raa t thaIr drat 
erap this yaar, hava aplandld pros- 
paets. Tho Edmonton land office. Dr. 
Black stated, had recorded more flllng 
on homesteads in the twelve months 
ending July ti than ta aay yaar atace 
the war. 



Tha labar altuatlaa.la Waatara Can- 
ada haa baaa praaUalaa thla yaar alao. 
tha Wiaalpaa aflica of the compsnv 
havlaa made three timea an many 
placements this year aa laat. .Not ona 
experlen< Pit farm worker passing 
throuffh the ofTlce of the agriculture 
and colonliatlon departments at Win- 
nipeg ahouid be unplaced, aad at aav- 
eral parloda durtaa tha aaaaaa thara 
ware oMay aMra Jaha aaaitebla thda 
thard wara aaa. 

"On tha whala I found the Weat de- 
cidedly Optlmlatlr nnd even thoee 
people who were previously ranked 
among the pesslnil.»ts have changed 
their viewa and look cheerfully to the 
futvra," Dr Black sUtod. 



ANNOUHCEMENTS 




Blrthmsrka 
iperfluoua Hair removed by 
elae tr etysls. Method universally en- 
dorsed by medioai profaaalon; IT 
years' practical 
Haataa. n Wtaah 



Ba 

apMaa istaad 
tha ah 




— BaH 
lary; fraah froa 
at an ra. 



F<... I. % ..r n. ket^ with the Cana- 
dian Pacific, ageau far all Atlaatlo 
at« 




-Bi««hnaH'a mdaallfht 

frella ta Pott iag al w^ AagMt SI. 

Tickets 

Hmrl flndwiti fflreproof), 77.1 Bay- 
niour Streri \ nn< oijver QaidC <Ma> 
forl.ibl'" r orns Jl (lO up 



Cioamnie^Hl IVrm 
from J U f!i , •■ I 'via. 
Part. Phoao i&l». 



t«a 




pbataaraph. 
atraat. 



When Planning Toar Trtp to the 
Old Country, consult tha r-^i^^jifan 
Paetflc. ai ' - — 

■hit- "new 




Oak Bay Ital Or«. Phone IttS 




The quaatlon of whether Victoria 
would be represented at the annual 
meeting of thn Kanltary Inapectore' 
Aaaoatatioa. to bo,,.held la Braatford. 
Ontario, on Baptambar 1. > A^d >. 
wan retarrad bjr fbaCtar <!a«B«ll. laet 
night, to tha hARh aaasathtaa for 
rei 



The report of tka PlfO T'epartnient 
work for the mnnth of July, as pre 
senteil m th«» t'ouncil b> Chief \er 
no'i .Stewart Khowed that there were 
«llt\ four alarm.", o' Hre responded to 
os.n tin content" (one aut<i I 1 4 S 
Insji on buildings (one to be adjusted I 

li<4.to. making the loss of coatenta 
and buUdlncs total IIH.M. Barnlng 
permitv- Isgfsad wara twaatr*tvo. 
while aaraataaa hatldtaai wara la- 



An invitation fTaai the Rlcycle 
Dealers' A.ssorlatlon to the n>emt>ers 

if lht> ( ounrll |(< attenil the big 

Mrv> le meet whii h will b« held to 
niorron afternooft m the Bapal Ath- 
letic I'ark was .i n- i-pl eel 

Hon. I>r. J. D. Maclean, Pravlnclai 
Mlnlatar af Plnaana. laat alaht ad 
vlaad tha City Couaell aa fallowa: "In 
farthar raply to yaot* lattar ra charges 
far ancoaaalon datlaa apoa laadn 
offarad by auction by you at tha elty 
Bale. I t>eg to inform yoa that I have 
had the liat aubmiitted examined, all 
of which ,it preecnl api>»-ar to he 
free from MUccesslon dut\ churRc^ 
and upon application « 1 leariince 
t-ertlflcato will be given for any •■' 
the lots shown on the list." 1 h" 
Couaall authorlaad tha aaadtaa *^ 
lattar af appraotitlaa ta tha Wa- 



Vletorla's infant mortality rata for 
tha flrat seven months of ItSg Is t%.h 

par 1,000 births. Citv Health Officer 
Dr. A. G. Price stated in his regular 

re|)ort to the Council la^t night He 
pointed out that during the month 
of .luly there were In the ■ -\ 
births. 34 deaths and 46 mairi.i»;r- 



City Solicitor Prlngle Informed the 
City Coondl that he had received 
from Uaataaaat^Celeaal P. QUmaa, 
of Wark Palat Barraefca. a ravlaad 
liat of peraons authorised to aubmlt 
calls to the City of Victoria In con- 
nection with the u«e of ita flre-Aght- 
Ing equipment. The list will be re- 
ferred to tha Chlar af tha Fir* Oa* 

partment. 

The City Building inspector wan in 
atructed to prepare plans and specifl 
oatlons la oonnaetloa with, aad to 
aall for tandaia far, tha araatlan of 
aa addlUaaar sittlaa-raam oa the 
seat aide of tha Chlidran'a Aid Haaa. 

The committee waa BlVM p aaW tO 

deal with the lenders. 

Kruardinn the application of Mr ' 
I. Harrison, on behalf of Tho.-> .1 • 
PUmley, L4mlted. for approval of the 
raatkratlen of a portloa of L4>t %%h 
Johnson Btraat tha .City Baalnaar 
waa authorlaad ta aM**^ af the 
raalstration of tha aaatharly thirty 
feat of the aald lot. pra»tdad tha thirty 
feet thereof is reglataPPi Ba PBTt af 
< ot f7S. "Yatea btraat. 

An Increaaa la ravaaaa of tha In- 
side secUon of tha PaMla Marfcat af 
IICI.SI dartaa Jaly. Ittf. avar tha 
corraapondlaa maAth laat yaar. waa 

shown In the monthly report aub 
mitiad to the Oouncll laat night by 
Market Buperin ten dent A C Robert- 
son. The receipts for laot month 
totalled $677 2,1, ns .o,„|...red arlth 
1616.7* in July, 1>36. The racalpts 
tar tha autaida aaaUon of iM auuhat 
laat araath wara IdT-IT. ^ 

The Council rave authority for the 
expenditure of $lio for additional 
sand at the beaches at F^lk I,Ake and 
Ueaver Lake. Thia money wUI pe ex- 
pended under the dirsetlaa «C WaMr 
Commlsslonsr Preston. 



Mr. C. J. Caray aaaaht paralaalaa 
ta araat a parklaa akad aa tha west 
half aw tawn Lot 4t of Block 14. 
arhleh would be known aa 7Sl View 

Street. A report frwm the building 
Inapector on the application waa re- 
ceived by the Council. The matter 
waa referred ta the public Warfca eam- 
aalttaa far ra#art. 

It waa daeidad, awlaa to tha exeea- 
slve cost of laauillaa a lire hydrant 
on Victoria View Road, that the city 
could not a*e its way clear to accede 
to the request of the Raquimalt mU- 
nii ipalily for the Installation of a Bra 
hydrant on the thoroughfare. 

la raphr ta « lattar forwarded the 

elty aa laly S4 by Mr. /. U Bam eon 
and Bra athara. Plre Chief Ihewart 
laat night advlaed the city Council 
that considering the iiize of the In- 
dustry In Rock Hav neighborhood, 
the Are risk Is not very |:rest He 
alao mentioned t)>at the rata for Bra 
inaurance dn dwalllnas la that la* 
aali^ Whs aa hiahar thaa la athar 
parta af tha eMy. 



Complaint against the pn,-n.. r,f 
hr\\n rldlnu bicvci«". • , , , 

bridla path on the r/ixe of th.» . iifT 
off r»allaa Read < bet ween Cook and^ 
liouglaa Streeta) to their own daaaar 
and tha annayaaoa af tha padaatrlaaa, 
waa aada Id tha CHy OsMall in a 
lattar fMa Mr. R O. Makwaii. it* 
Cook atraat. Tha arriter a* id a n ot her 
aourca of annoyance was the prea- 
♦ nce of autoe on thla ellff after sun- 
down. The matter waa referred ta 
tha aarha aaMhUCtdA. 



PermisilaB wad araatad ta J. Xiad* 
ham A Ca.. tdd.. ta laaUl a Wt ga r 
laa taak aad paakp aa private prep* 
arty at ddt Bay Mraat. 

The cifv Conn. .1 1 1 eTaafaia adopt 
eil the recommen In f i.na of the water 
rommlitee for alio* inn certain con- 




TtM Childmi 
Art TroubM With 

ler Ctiiildlll 

WVETNia 



f XT- O"- ^ 



Ab«T yrn will he agr^eahlr ai>rpr>«im^ 

Hn*i oiit how qui«-|ilv tSer will 
ec»m« rehe-red of tkeir Imubl.* 

Thm preparation han K-irr- - < .i. 



"Any 
Ice 



\ n r w 
R i 1 1 ^ 
M 11 I r .1 \ 
rciord is 
.ilw ;i\ ^ w ( iri !i 
licinuf;. b u t 
t ii 1 s is 'one 
you'll want ,to^ 
take home for the folks 
to enjoy as well. 
Hear these other new 
records, too. 



Today, 



Lady?" 



aOtSI Kitty Walla. Vernon Dalhart 

20068 Nobody Knowa de Troubla Fva Saaa, Paul Robeaon 

20069 Tonigltt'B My Mght With Be^....^ Jjack Smith 

2am Valaneia . —The Rcvalera 



MtS Doi^ 8trt«t 




A GRILL 



For Your Table 
Cooking 

Cooks above and l>elow the coil at the tame tfane. Connects 
to any lamp sockat an4 haa threa*haat shritch control. Sec 
at oaf aaksro-*"' 

HAWKINS & HAY WARD , 

Electrical Qtiality and Service Store 

Donflaa aad Viaw tts. Pteaaa M37 aa« f4S 



LOYAL ORDEM OF ICOOSB 

A drive to iMircase the nirniyicrship 
by 500 iiiriiibcrs \s wvi cii '. cr the 
Distrnt Supervisor lor pjrluulars. thr 
iiecretjry or any riifiiiljrr of tiie 

baisc 

W. F. H. THOMTSON. 

iJiitri'- t Suprrviior. 

tm OnaifciM &I. ^hoaa 1197it 



NOR-RIP SANMU 



KERO SPRAY 

UN tF nmriMKi 



Mat Fertf. Ar«>e*i 



kat* Oil 8ea». 4*s mtk** I mm\ 

iMa: tl l> mall*. (kllon* ll 

•IM maliM *• ■Bllan* o( aprar 

VAICOUNU DRVfi CO. 




In • Dood Waartas arowa K'p 

i.o'hT wua Tspim aaaaar h*<i> 

^ aaB**«»«*«»*. f 1» 

SJ»^ •■>•* ..•a#*«a*a.**tf.«...fl.4a 

atsaa ii«a (••••••••.••••■•••••*alMa 

aau AT 

Stewart \y 

1321 Dou^^Ias Street 



"THE VERY LATEST 

CmrALLINB FAKCMMSirr 

SHADES 



For Table or Fl^or l^m, WaU 




\\ r arc *howin(j some of thr«e 
•hadcii tn our window and you 
•bottid make a j>oint of •ccing them 
seme avceiac thia wc^k. 

Murphy P e eto l c Co. 

Phoae 120 722 Yataa St 





Yon will fin4 our 
hiffh-frtda Van- 
couver Island 
Coal both clean 
and economi' <' 



PAINTER&SONS 

617 COIIMORAMT ST PHO/fl 536 



For Cyftitis 

• a ( hrrni. 1M»».»*« t>T M*Th»f R«m 
•dlaa. Famphlsia an L.oa> nt Manb9«4 
aad Dtaeaaaa •( M«a. a«oklat •■ V>>- 
male lUa. aaS aSvle« (r*« tojr malL 
Tkirif jraertr esaerteaee. Witheat 
rrii4ciaiaa er aiaaaraaisa r*'W leaa i 

4»<->ara. writa aa kafera InalBf ha»a. 

'fr««'»"*"* ^1 mall rttif .pArlattf 
rue". i'"on mii I • • I".! irra* 

H"'i'« I 1.1 « 7 'y I ilallr 
aat"^i1»T. .ni f^'iA^.f. I io»a4 

Eng. Herbal Dispeniary, Ltd 

It5t l>a<l>. faneoarvr. Rr. 

BC a f)l<1«Bt H*rbal Inatiiufloa 



noriiona hy Ba.inl' h r''M|,lrni« to rlly 

trtiak aairata. on payment ot (eea 
hi tha 



BROWNING - DRAKE 

Straight Lliir •■■'•ni'ii y t'.MH 

am oo 

■ESTERR CANADA RAHi 

IUPPi.Y. LTO. 
MS Fact It FhaM IMS 



m»rWi.f for the naat eilht> venr-r. 

iPut up enlv hi tKe J 
IaBMil(Tornr to, « >a|. 



Co 



Tha Council aaproved an 
meat wtU tha Biattia af M. Aaa hi 
coaaa atl aa with tha taaaa aa tha aaa- 
vent p ia a a itj i. whleh will r aaU t ear- 
tain llabllltlaa la ratum tar aawer aaa 
(•urfac« drate aa a i a iaa t a thraiifh tha 

J. ' I . p..r t ^ 

MEN FROM {mi fifl 

ifl mm \m 

CHiljr Vrrr C.rare Kifnfiti/>n Woaia 

Raealt In iti<|i>' i ntartVa 

Ha I • f I rn r \a<'nl 

NKW WUrryiN8TBR, B.C.. AuB- 

• — ntty aiaa will laaaa thla araalaa 
In raaaeaaa to aa uraeat raq a aa t dram 
KamleoiM. In tha Interlar af Brtttsh 

Columbia for relnforremen- « t'l rotn- 
hat aeri/M;« f.^r..i flre# there. Mr. Ce- 

•' 1 ■' • 'r.T*. n Til 

• neounie-l here onlB'^t 

No tfetalla of the tuea hava 
•'•<'aiirad hr Far sat ry aBlolali 
Mr waimalar aal4. hat H hi hallaaao 
' >^«t '^niy a Tary arave slttiatlan would 
^'»^i\> in ratafaraamaats sent for fram 
Ka^ioapik'vMga la SIS 
here. 



Suit 


Our 


ta 


SSBHBSr 


Order 


Sale 


is 


Saves , 


Twelve 


You 


Hours 


Money • 



New ^-»ooii--5, .\c>v i^t^lc.s 

CHARLIE HOPE 

1414 



MALAHAT DKtUM WOOD 
TAKD 
nsae llM 
aiea« Vhsae (Mix taner « rstssh) 



■ I r ri** I 



vtcToatA. ax. 



Deetar: T** left yau soma ptttm to 
Uke after aieala" Fatlaat; n evp- 
paee you conlBa't leave aie the meals 
ta taha bafora tha allla, 49€t/9tr' 



Let Cutiaira Soap 
Keep Yo«r Skfa 
Fresh and Youthful 



THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA. B.C. TUESDAY. At (;L\ST 10. 1926 



Ml OF BAND 
CEMENTS IMTY 



r. It O. »:V A'V>.. < <>l,D.iTIll--\M 

4II7AIIDS' niUKcroit. mi 
TU OYH4> CL.LU 




Win Ttm OM 



' I wriuld like to ••• a (iiiaiilo Itari.l 

corns hero oach y%r. It would be ' 
KTMt lan«MM« la tlM MmMtlBC 

Um patrtoCte Um aaa focllnc that 
ilieaUl mdat Wtweon th* Dominion • r 

CaaAda and th- Moih.r •°<>iinitv 
IJeutcn.'int Robrit <; i.^.n.- liiri'i i 
of I 'i , !<! hi r »■.! Ml i.iiiiili I;, mil -.ml 

\ f-ri I ; .1 1 \ ill ii(M»n m un aU«lr«a« L»e- 
I M ih. \ i.iorla Gyro CIvb In tb« 
Chamber of ConiiDorM. 

liautoaaat Bvaaa waa «Iv«a n 
•iMlal trootlag by tnombora of tha 
Ofro orvanlsatlon. Tn the ahaenca of 

Mayor t'arl I'»n.!ri\ Allitrn.n John 
J^. Mai .1 1- XI < n .! 1 1 . I . .. V. > i. . line lo 
^hc li.iiiil (lirt .1 ,1: ) ttiic>ii;<li hlin 
to thf r.iin mil niuMiuluiia thai he con- 
ducted! Aidarman Mara vompll- 
mtatad Uautaaaai Kraaa apan tha 
•MetHtey af tlM CaMatraam Ouartfa 
Band, aatf aaM thalr vlait to Victoria 
had b««n aacarly awaltad by alt muatr 
: V . , . r tka eitr. tt| waUtti tlM wboi' 

l-.-lMj,.,. r 

I' I If heaven In rc«lde here." 

J.ii nif i .iiii Kvanii comnnenred hln re- 
ii.firk - "I had been told that when I 
raachad Vlatarla I would And hara a 
ravalaUaii ta natural baaaty $ma 
caaadaur. And I can tell you ain- 
eaifely that T rertalnlv h«ve nof heen 

d l.»a r ; • , n ' . ! 

Pioaacd WUli Heart ilcccpiion 

Tte aMnkar mM that It had taken 
a lanv tim* ta na«atlata tba trip or 
'tha Caldatraam Ouarda Band to Can- 
ada, but that ever ulnco lt» .irrlval In 
thl« country It has heen Krcelrrt xvKh 
reception after reception In every rliy 
and place vialted. tie recalled that a 
Coldatream Guarda' band had baaa to 
Canada twice prtor to tha pr<a— t trip, 
bat balfarad that on (armar aaeaaianii 
99 Ttalt had bean mada ta Vldfaria 
or Vanoeurer. 

The wonderful aplrit of apprerl- 
Atlon on the part of all who have 
lieard the Ci nrfli I'lind on the preaent 
tour waa reaponalble for the great 
rfflclenry af tha mualclana at the 
vartaaa eonearta which thay hare 
Ctraa tn Canada. ' 

"Canada appaala ta me aa a won 
daWM eaofitry. No atiorybook or hl«- 
tory roiilrl h««Kln to rr\ru\ «'annda In 
■UCh ;i w .1 \ ,is itir I m prentilonA one 
fratbera of iiv j.,, i ,,^1,, opportuniilen 
and future \\ hfii iriiieiinic over It 
from I he Atlantic to the PaaUlc 
Ocean." the apeaker aUted. 

Wm tfvgtf IVopk" tn Come litre 

t4antenan( v.m, 

fnce that whon ho iflmned Id KniT- 
hind. he ^vouM t.-il people there of 
the wondcra of thU slorloua Domln- 
tofi. aad vrga many of tham to come 
oat t6 thla aountry "where happlneaa. 
fraedam and peneroalty prevail all 



Elephants Are Lost 



West of Cranbrook 



CRBflTON. B-C. Auf. t^AMhauch 
aeeaatam'ad ta aaalav aM variwiea af 
bic same naUva to BrHtah Oatambla 

hm he apeedii alonr the rrow*a Neat 

line 'if (he Ciiiadlan I'm. ill. KillWMy. 
^;llJ{lIleeI Krank Hh'r!il.in is n .t .on 
■;<leittlil> ntjr |irlse<l ulirn )\r waii 
handed ih« foUowlnK instructions at 
Kaatanay Laa<^ac: 

"Kaap atrtar waiah for alaph»"f 
on rlcht ot way. aad If |a<a>ad. repect 
ihrir wheraabauta an arrival at flrat 

lelegraph atatlon.** "* 

Ili> eleptiiiul ,^ ,i! r.'f>rriij In 

.ijieil wlieii -I a III iieil f.j ..fi I'l 

'>■! ■ i>' ' 1 .1 I > f . .. . W , w h '' re ., . 1 .. . !i .1 ,\ .1 - 
' i iiiK Ik I I An.urdlnij; lo re|HM!i( i 

! h"ie, several ol ihn ^nlrnat.i 
Mere laat aaen at Yabli. forty mllea 
eaat of hara, aaar tha Uattad iutas 
bauadary. aad abavt alaty arilaa fram 
Oanbrooli. 

PREPARES BROCHURE 
QNUra'liBAYa). 



T am part Iriilirlv Krallfled to note 
wu( h I line "plril and ferhni: cxIstlnK 
hetv^een iii.in a ml man And I will 
carry away .iml ever < herlah happy 
i-ecollectlona of thla vialt to Canada, 
and I know I apeak for meml>ara of 
tha band when I aay thay will, tae." 
aaMM«d> Uaataaailt' ■Mtofc. aMid 
^lan«ad applauae. 

W^. TVanft Tlurton reminded the 
G)To« of the be¥( h parly to he lield 
by the club tomorrow nichf at Cor- 
<lovii Bay. comnien. in« .Tt 8 30 
•. clock. Mayor nnd Mra. Carl Pen- 
dray have kindly thrown opan their 
Bummer home ta tha Oyraa, and 
4aa«lat at McMarraa'a win eeadude 
tha avaalnp'e e«tla«. 

Fio0i$ in Mintnai 

MONTR£AI.. Aug. f>ne of the 
haaTtaat rain and rlntrhal vinrms 
which haa ever hern ex|>er|enred In 
'hi.., dlftrlcf, vlaltrd Montreal over the 
«eek end and cauaed cnnaldarahle 
damage. The total rainfall waa 4 26. 
A water main burat In the Weat Bnd 
and waahad away the foundatlana of 
tramway tracka. Caltairs alaa baoama 
rioadad awlap ta tha aawara act halnp 
aMa to abaorb tha aurplaa water. 

SMni h$Li§kinlm9 

rsnNIE. nr. Aug. ».— Hea%v 
ralfa have Improved the forest fire 
■Itaatlon .trMimd Femle. Amila 
Itl^nno .nUr ..\rn worker. loat hla 
voire and waa ptherwiae badly ahecked 
when lightning "truck the plant where 
he waa eroplayad. which waa aat 
damapad. 



Easy to Gain 
With 

Yeast and Iron 



Naw 



Y.aat wMh 
Ma IrM Quick Way Pa 
MUUpWaifhi 




binatlon of yaaat 
vUamlnea with 
vegetable Iron, 
renew* the ar 
tion of alugglah 
h I o o d c e I I a. 
drivea out dan- 
aeroua body pol- 
aona. ineraaaaa 
energy and an- 
duraaaa and pap- 
pllaa tha ayttam 
with tha TlU 
minaa that balld 
ip weight 

Kor yeara yeaat 
baa l>«en known 
aa a rich vlta- 
mine food. l>ut no; until we perfected 
"ironlaed yeaaf —which cornea In 
concentrated tablet farm, waa It prw- 
atble to take yeaat aad Iron in tm 
ripbt praportlona ta balld up walpht. 

Vapaiabla "Iraa" whaa eambined 
with ybaat la qaita aaay to digest, 
tharalara battaa (or tha ayatem. And 
"yeaat" whaa Iroalaad. baaomeo Just 
twire aa brnefielal aa ordlaarp fraah 

,.r , >t b e yeaat . 

niied Yea«( lableta are com- 
poaed of concentrated food elemanta, 
tl tW aOtd^ the> are pleasant to Uke 

and (ran from drug-iike a^acta if 
ran ara under weight, da apt aajay 
pood health, lacking tn aaarpy aad 
faaia. "Ira ala ad paaM" lablata win 
pleh ran Hght t»p. and If ihop fail, 
you pet yoor monav hack 

gold h\ V ri « "1 for a 

la're *<> la' ' i' > i- tuf . - aeni ■ 
. ' f' ' ^ t- . ■ ■ ^ I . i.n rereti 

price, irontaed Yeast Co.. Fort 

OatPiia. Chaa«a. (Adirt 



or The 
Arrlvaa oa Visit 



Tti'- ^•^lf>eJll .n Willi h Mr K 'l" 'l 
1^ h. ill hy hlf fellow aulh.M, 
w.if( ' . I. . il .ii the < on< liiJ-ioii of ilii 
arnu.il . . ./i . .n ' ii>n In \.iniou\<r of 
the Cunaaian Authora i.in i 

It which he %aLM elected tf u 

In two flelda of activity Mr. Wat- 
son, who la raplatarad at tha Dom- 
inloa Haial. haa a spmpathatle 
aadWaoa. Ta tha wldar world ha U 
haawa aa aa author of repute, taau- 
Iny annually Intereating cjntributlona 
to (^'anadian literature, while the 
hundreds of emplovees of the Hud- 
eon a i!ny ('omp in. in W eatern <'»ni 
da know him a^ the editor of the 
< ompany'a moat Interesting magazine. 
The Deaver. and a froQuent contrib- 
utor to the newspapera ^n htatorloal 
aubjacta aonoamlnp the Hudson's 
Bay Company. 

Nc»t TVstlJook 

In both ineae relations -Mr. Wat- 
Hon haa Interesting news to commun- 
icate, tie announces a new novel to 
be Issued deaHng with the Arctic by 
hla ImdOB puWU fl iara aad tn eon- 
rtection with tha atory of tha Had* 
sen's Bay Campaay. ha haa praparad, 
by the eonaaat af tha eompany's 
executive olheiata. a brochure telling 
the story of the cdmpsny In the past 
two and a h:«lf centuries, which will 
he lanued by the i:yerfif>n r"reB.«( in 
the courae of m ""hort period, and will 
'>e rlriMilated for uae In tne arhooU. 

\mons the numerous fiimllons 
Which Mr. Wauon haa dlsrhurged for 
the Hudaan's Bay Company. Is the 
compiling of a aatlafaetary annotated 
catalogue of thP eollaotlon In the 
fompany's museum at Winnipeg, 
which Is one of the moat totaraatlng 
• ollertlona In Western Canada lllua- 
iratlvo of Its history. 

OaaaMaa LUoratafo 

On tha broad queattan of Canadian 
llteratura. of which ha had baan 
^peahlnp at tba annual convantlen. 
Mr. Watson* bespaaka a word on be- 
half of hN colleajuea of the profcM- 
vlon. partlciil.Trlv as they are .xuh.1e< i 
to the crltKmni «onieiimes of the 
literary ilaaaea. He polnt.i out that 
the heat of the Hrltlah and American 
novela alone penetrate Canada, and 
that Canadian authors have to do 
eaceptioaal work to eoanate with the 
eiWm of thUSfniiff dribdmposition. 
In tha loap ma ha aays it wUl be 
l>«neflcial for tha litaratara M th» 
country, but at praaeat^ It puts a 
henw afrain on Cat^ndlftn nuthort. 



GK£AT AUDIENCES AT 

H£ALTH L£CIUR£S 



I>r. .1. C. Klllnii Continues laloi 
Scries at MetropolUaa 



Krie. i 
dirt.) j 



The health laoturaa at Matrapoltua 

Church by Dr. J. C. Blliott. ara draw- 
Ing great audiences. The church was 
packed on Sunday nlRht. and a large 
audience heard the lecture laat night 
on "Prevention of Calda. lafloapia 
and Tubarculoala." 

Tha aubjact thla afternoon will be 
"Modlolaal roods and Bating far 
HaaHh." "Hiph Bleed Praaaara and 
Hardening of the Arteries" will ba tha 
subject tonight si 7:45. Admlaslen la 
free, and the public la Invited 

"The vaat number of audden deatha 
amonc profeanlonal men and women 
and leading buatnesa men of leas than 
fifty la due larpaly to theao two die- 
aaaaa. heart d t aaaaa and tabareulaala 
Thaaa ara tha praat danpar di a aaaes 
ot tha ho«r."*aald^ the lecturer. "The 
chief psuaes of these diseases ara 
foijnrl In the hish preaaure life kern 
competition In bualnnaa and profea 
alonal life, and the atrenunua life of 
the artlaan and the toiler, all of whom 
neglect the care of the body. 

"Tha feed stipply la the chief canaa 
af hIph blood p tMppia aad hardaainp 
of the arteries. The OTo r . ea t ing of 
the heavier meats, the use of rich snd 
highlv aensnned food* with the e«- 
ceaalve uae of aalt, pepper, vinegar 
and all condiments. The frylnic pan 
Is also one of man's desdlg enemies. 
Faralysis and apoplexy are the reaalt 
of thaee diaeaapa Hiph blood prea* 
mf daabtae the praaMre apainst the 
walls of the arteries, and hardening 
of the arteries deterloratea the fahrh- 
of the arterlea, luat aa age deteriorate* 
tha fabric of the auto tire The added 
preaaure agalnat the weakened fabric 
of the arterlea causep the buratinp of 
the aHary. and the reauK la patmlysis 
or apoplosp.'* 

All thaaa prablema win he ihwiagaiil 
in the lecture, and add atoaiaoh and 
gas preaaure will be di«cusaed on 
We<lnea()a\ afternoon, and IndlpOP* 
tlon, torpid liver and fatigue la the 
evoalap. 

Train Running W ild 

CoUiies With t'rcighl 

IXJ.NDON. Aup. t.— Aa oloetric 
train rannlnp wild aad moaacm^ 
tralRp alaap the way becaoee it was 
wMhPht a drtrer. appeared to he 
haadlap atralpht for central lhaiion 
at Naweaatle. where probably it 
would have craahed into an outcom 
Ing Ttasaenger trsin. waa stopped at 
Mani>ra lUat. near NewcaatlOk h# aol- 
lldlng with a freight train. 

The driverlesa train had ?00 paa- 
aengera aboard, aniy Pto pC whom 
were injnrod fa tho oaSMpa. Their 
lajurlea were aUpht. however. The 
drtver'a dead body waa fsuad two 
miles fraai atiais tha colHsion oc- 
curred. H MMt^eridoat that he had 
falloa off the trala. « 

them Clipper elaha h« 

r-aiiae people den t like tO admit thev 

eat btoahCMi ao early. 



For Qoidi and Co u r f o ut B<nriot, MaM 1070 

. Private BacfePMCP Connecting All Departments 





INCORPORATED aVf MAY*ie70a 



Visitors 

Welcome I 



.\ <• I ordially iiu ite ^ou l.> 
,.iail >..iir-ell nt llic 
. oil \ rnieiii I s ami ..rr^icc-* 
which this aiturc uficrt, in- 
chidiag 



Rooms 

Where you ^^^y rest duriUfi 

'"Ppiilg. '■ I'r I jrd^ ..I 
Utter*, or inrrt \ .;ir iricnd^. 

Post Office 
On the Mescaaine Floor, 
where money and expresi 
orders may bc cashed or pur- 
chased, postage stamps sold 
and other post office con- 
vcaiaacts offered. 

Our Restsurarit 

' >i! The l oiiith Moor, where 
<K .t-t^. liiiuhronv. sfte(- 

noon teas and light fuppcrs 
arc ecrved •! popular pricea 

HaMroMiBff Parlors 

On the Mezzanine Floor, 
where you may have your 
hair bobbed in the ver\ 
latest style by expert attend- 
ants. 

Historical Exhibit 
.Mso on the Mezzanine Floor, 
where |ou will find an intcr- 
cslmg concction of nstivc 
handicraft snd many article.^ 
of historic interest associated 
with • life in the service of 
Hadtpa't Bay Coiw^ay. 

Optical tanrkp 
W c are now operating a 
thoroughly MAodern Optical 
Department on the Mezzsn 
ine Kloor. where you may 
lia\e >oiir e>es examined and 
!:I.is.sc.s supplied if you nc«d 
til cm Repairs prompUy ex- 

Obaervation Tower 
Ho not fail to see the besttties 

of Victoria and lurroundins: 
district from otir observation 
tower. 'lake the elevator to 
the top floor and then up a 
few steps and yoa Pre there 



Special Values 

Offering in t}>i 
China Section 

7- Piece Fruit Sets 

III pretty etched glass, "ne 
Iiowl and ~ix nappica 

I'r i c I'rr set 

English China Cups snd 
Ssucers 

In three designs, light blue 
bsnd, pink band and three gold 
lines. Sale PHcc. Caell....Mf 

Praaarving Crockp 

Four-gallon tise. complete 
witK cover. Regular $1.60. 
Sale Price, each 91.3» 

White and QcM Band China 
Dinner Sets 

100 l^rces. siifTirient for 
twelve people Regular %il '>0 

Sale Pnre, prr .,ri 929.60 

English Scmi Porcelain Cups 

and Saucers 

Ovide shape. Regular SJ.OO a 
doscB. Sale • for 91.19 

~L>ewar llain Pleer. tl.B.c. 



Seleaed Flowering 
Tulip Bulbs 

We have a limited number of 
"True to Name" Tiilip'. grov* iv 
from imQ,orted Dutch stock. Large 
sound baths: 

Clara Rtilt. Pride of Haarlem, 
P«yche and Massachustets. per 

dOtCP %%0 

Fsrnrombe SandeM and Wm. 
Copeland. per dotcn 69^ 



ii.b.L. Punty 
Groceries 

Shirriff's .Icily Powdern, .1 popnisr 
vsrietiet and 1 nickel teaspoon 

for _ tmt 

Qnick Qtuiker Oats, including a 
piece of ascfal and valuable china, 
per package 40^ 

St Ivel'i Cheshire Cheese, per 

tH. 

1 m|>re*« New Season's Jams, in 
No .1 comprising Straw- 

hrrry. Black Currant and Cherry. 

n«T glaM _ S«# 

I mpress Raspberry Jam, ||«^ j 

tfia*« - 

Tea Cardeii Brand White Swe 

Money. 1 7 or glass jar JM# 

Tea i.arden Brand .\ppl< with 

Lemon Jelly, 8-oz. jar 

r. M.S.C 



Today's Offerings in 
Fresh Meats 

Stewing Beef. 9 lbs. for aB*^ 
Stewmg Veal. • lbs. for 2Bp 



\>sl Sbaak^, esch 
Corned Beef, per Ih. 

and — 



S9# 

IM 

Pickled Ox Tongtie. per Ih 
I wp arial Pork Saaapffi. lb....M# 

■.AC 



New Coats 




There's a mi^nnish English at- 
mosphere ftbotit these new 
Travel Coats expressed in 
smart utility tweeds. You wilt 
enjoy .the cosy comfort of the 
genuine opossum collars, the 
easy 'fittiiii^; armholes and the 
roomy patch pockets. They 
.ire lined 1 h ii ui l; I i"iit with 
^lon.i ,s;itiii a-^ well .is intcr- 
Uncd. Sizes lo to 38. Price 



$37.50 



We ire also sh<n\in^ a \aricty 
of new l''all Coals in smart 
tweeds riit on the latest lines. 
Prices from 



$16.95 



—ma pi««r. H.o.c, 



English Reindeer Gloves 

Unexcelled lor Durability and I'litmj; (Qualities 

Pull-on .style with elastic at wri.st, pique sewn .seanvs and self 
stitchH point.s. silk lined throughout. Beautifully finished in 
e\ cr\ detail. The finest English Gloves of their <t C Qd 
kind. Si/rs () to 7' J. Per pair ? sPO«wO 



Tfaste's Comfort, Ease aad Style in 

Formfit Girdleieces 

They give that comfortable, yet snug confinement which 
adapt- tlic tijjure to the straight modish lines now in vogue. 
W e have a wide .sclcctiun of Furmfit Girdleicrdt. Atk to »ee 
them. 

fsr Awtagt 



Ponafit Glrdleleres 

In attractive silk stripe com- 
liiiied witli ivK-u : , il cU> 
tic sections for (■\\m-'.i-u. all 
elastic shoulder ^-.^ai- i i 
garters, rdaforccd \ ->- >- 
fssteaing; sixes ^- i 

j'-.r 9a*99 

Formftt Girdleieres 

Suitable tor the i>i>e thai ir 
quires c a r e 1 ii I i orseiing. 
Choice of »even models, made 
in attractive silk broche or 
broken silk stripe tnstertal. 
fourtecn-inch el:* • <-'-tions. 
well boned diaj ,*^ni and 
li»rk t > hold hjjiire to 
straighter l.nes. ar'^^ir^ai^ 
shoulder straps; sizeo .U lo 
Price — „ fT.»0 



Made from serviceable cotloa 

i.roi-lie with reinforced front, 
light boning over abdomen 
aad at back, elastk teetions 

for expansion when seated; 
- .-s V i'ruc. #3.95 

Foimht Girdlsieres for 
Avorat* .Plgurea 

la attractive silk stripe with 
twelve>inch clastic panels at 
side* 'Stayed front and back 
diaphratiio reinforced wHh 

^elf material, side front fas- 
tening; flesh onU ; Mrrs M 

to 4<r Price S5.50 

t — 3ae rieor. lijS.C. 



Blankets^ bheeUt 6heeiings uui L^iiiow 
Cottons at Attgast &ale Phcts 



EagUsh Washable OocsUa 
Wovea 

Palt-on style, with pique 
sewn seams and self stitched 
point.*.. pcrforairil edge: 
shown in mode and gre)*: 
sixes 6 to 7)i.^ Pair. 



Bag Ush WashaMs Daeskla 



With fscqtie wrist, pique 
sewn scams and self stitrhe.I 
points: in tan color 
lifcs 6 to Hi. Pair, S>.50 

r, N.a.C 



Su r, ,c Para Waal tcafeek 

Blankets 

Made from high-grade all- 
wool yarns; soft, warm and 
cosy blankets for general use. 

Finished singly and wWl 
blue borders; three sirc«. 
Size 62 by 81: weifni i, lbs. 

Per pair gi0.5« 

Size 66 hjr M; weight 7 i;->.< 

Per pair 

Sire 72 bv 90: wei>; 

Bleached Cotton Sheets 

Medii^m \%eight, made from 
clean cotton yarns; an excel- 
lent quality for everyday use. 
Sire 5J by 90. Pair, •«.«• 
Si^r U h\ 00 Pair. fa.M 

Queen • Household Shccung 

A soft pare fiaished sheeting, 
made from sapcr-aualtty 
yams, faihed for its splendid 
wearing quality. 
63- Inch. Per yard aa,. 
72 Inch Per Varr! Ji*"- 
80-lnch. Per yard 
9(^Inch. Pier yard.. 



tteached Cotton Sheets 

Ma^le in IrrlanH (min heavy 
cotton jarn«, .siiirdx wearinj 
and will stand up well in the 
laundry. 

SIss it by 9d. Pair, tt< 
Size to by 90. Pair. #4. 
Hemstitched Cotton Sheets 

Uf Irish maaafacture, heavy 
fuality and nsatljr hem- 
stitched. 

Sire 72 bv 00. Pair, IMI.M 
in p^i, . |l4.r9 

Queen s Household Pillow 
CottOB 

Absolutely dependable cot- 
ton, made from finest yarnt; 
40, 42 and 44-inch. Special 
at. per yard „ 

IfbMn Piaished Pillow Cases 

Made from voii pure \arn.^ 
snd fully l<lea> bed, finished 
with two-inch hem. Special 
at, per pair M# 

Kamttitchsd Pillow Cases 

sturdy <iuality lotton esses, 
(innhed with hemstitched 
border. Special, per pair. •M 



Home-Furnishing Sale 

Special Offerings loday in Three-Picce Upholstered Suites 



Co-operating: with buyers from our other stores, our furniture 
hincr, wliilo rcoentU- in the I-'astcrn markets, w.ts fortunate in 
sccurinjj sonic extraordinary values in I pholstorod Suites. 
These were bought direct from one of the most reputable man 
ufacturers at very much less than ref!;iilar prices. Do not miss 
this opportunity of buyinii^ a beautiful three-piece suite at 
such a substantial - nine: 



10% Cash 



Balance in Nine 

Monthly Amounts 




A Few Outsufiding 
Values in Drapery 
Fabrics 

Fancy Border Cortaia tcHm 

Neat Rnrderrrl Srrini. in 
cream white eround, will 
make inexpensive and attrac- 
tive curUins. Sale Price, per 



yard 



Ootk 

Highly Mercerised Casement 
(loth, in afl the wanted 
shades; .SO inrlv< wirie 
Values to $1 10. Odd I--nc''n 
from five to fifteen !• 
only. Sale Price, yard, 

bigliah Waig Priatad 



Reversible Warp Printed 
Shadow I'loth. .^1 inches 
wide. -howii in light and 
darlv giounds; suitable for 
loose covers, hangings, etc. 
Regular %\2i. Sale Price, 
per yard ~, 

200 Sample Madras Cartalas 

to Clear 

Odd Panel Curtains and 
Sample Lengths of .Madia* 
for small sise. window* 
ValMS I* IMS. Sale Pnrr. 

each : T»# 



Brass Extension 

Rods, 2 for 25c 



Despite tlic special low price.s you may buv these snitc^ on 

our deterred payment plan. Any suite or individual | 

l»iccc of furniture we will deliver to your home on the C]*^^^W • j 

payment of just ten per cent of the purchase price. Come ySSQja ^ 



in and talk it over with our salesmen. 

S>Pioce Suite 

In walnut 'miih. (onstst* of long settee, arm 
1 hair and a'm rr>rUrr. upholstered in brown 
mohair or blue damaik. Sale Price. c<^m* 
plete fllS.*d 

$11 SO c'a<) . r in Niae Monthly Paymeati. 

Walnut Cane Hack Suite 

In Qtieen ^nnr dr«ign. \«.itli tull cane harkt 
and seats upholstered in brown or ' " 
(ompletc with two rosette ca» 
Price, coaiplcte • ' 

$13.95 Cash — Balance in Ninf^^onthl^ ! .< 

3-Piece Tapestry ChesteHteld Suite 

\N tth loo^e «prtnn cushion teats, high ' j^I 

wing chair, well made aad TSry com' 

Sale Price, complete.. ..«...flT6.00 

I17J0 Cssh— BalsBce in Niae Moatblr Kywts. 



Cl isa ls rfield Suite 

A high grade suite. ro\rrrH with aiirartire 
tapestry, three pieces, including high hack 
wing chsir, laose spring cushions. Ssle Price, 
complete ...^^ ^M^*** 

121.00 C>''< R;.i>n.^ in Vine Moathljr PajraMals. 

Mohair Chesterfield Suite 

Covered with tplrndul r)uality blue mohair, 
spring ru«hions, in ronlrasting color, fir«t 
1 ias* ronstrurtion. Price, complete, Sa36.©0 

'0 Cash-^ Balance in Nine Monthly Payments. 

t t urcd Mohair Saite 

In attractive figured mohair, with arms and 
oiitjide backs, in plain material to match. 
Regular $275.00. Purr, .ompleie. S239.50 
V^95 Cash— Balance in Nine Monthly Payments. 

—«U riser. M-ac 



Kiass Roils 
inches. 
Price — 



thst extend to .=10 
with hooks .sai< 
a for »»# 



Window Shades 

75l Lati) 



Creca and Cream Opaqoe W'ia- 
Aa4i Shades, cMBplete wMb hx> 
tores; siif 57 inches hv 6 feet: 
will it tiM STcrage window .Ss!r 

Ird riMr H ■ C 




Oriental 

RuCLS 



AufOiC Sale Pricaa 



Sale Price 
•4l».gA 



Site 3.2 by 9.1 

at 

Sice 5J hy Il2. Sa 

at 

Sise 6.J by 6.4. SaU^Price 
at 



Tf a n il Made 
.\khar R u f s, 
direet fraini In- 

j^^W^ niany exquisite 
designs and 
rich colors. 

Size 9.2 by 6J. "rice 
at Sf»7.1l4» 

Siac tt.l Vy lA 
at aiaT.»« 

Site 9.4 by ISA 
at 



Special Baigains in Axmtnster Rugp 

Eighty-fiTe of these dependable Asaiinstcr Rags Jast rssgjffd, 
id owcrcd at laaMuteMy laar prkas. Ma«y tsaiBat dwigas to 



aa< 

cl 



Site 4i ty Sale Pfkr S re 9 by 
at — — Jj- fW.fg „ l 



Siac 49 by 9. Stic 

•t 

Sise 9 by 9. Salt.. 



Sire 9 by II 



s I o 

MS.«« 

]r.a.c 



S Only. Wilton Rugs . 
at $33.50 Each 

Fine VN orsled \\ itton Rugs, la 
nice patterns snd colors; 
only St this price; site 69 by 9. 
Rcsalar |42J0. 8a]«_fMM 

CMasii Straw Matttaf 
Me a Yaf4 

Reversible Straw Mslting, in 
pleasing patterns and colors; J6 
hMbes wide. SalttMc for kaNi, 
hedraoms. Sale Price, ysrd, 

Scamlaag Francb Wilton 



Silk Pllt Willoas with no joins « 

scaaM to auir tbdr beaotifal 
pearaace. 

Sir^ 5 6 by « Sale F'r ST-' 
Site 7.6 by lU, Sale .*»».ftO 
Siae 9.J by UJb. Sale. 



F'-'' " Floor Cov r • i 

at 4»< per Square Yard 

Felt Base Flr>or (.'overing that 
will give excellent wear and ser 
vice. Shown in a wide ra' ' 
patterns; 6 feet wide. Sal' 

per sfaara jrard^i.. „ - *Sf 

—are riMr. M a c. 



;i" J ■■■ '■I . I ' i'W{.^ f .i^. ' *.. 



b 



THE UAli-y COLONIST, VtCTQRlA, aC, TUESDAY, At GL ST 10, 1926 




II 1 1 II w 



Mix U I) fi I 1 1. !• 1 .1 II t ( ; . .\ 
la«t evening i*' (»ov erntn^rK 



I- 1 n ■ ■ r .CM'! 
ill flirincr 

KoiiJt' in 



honor of Mr Kr*dcrlcif MiX «JLAdy 



Wllllama-Taylor 



At l owU'han Bajr Ina 

■taytnc at tiM G«wt«haii Bay Inn 
ft Mr. «a4 Mr*. IMItor. A^^nm- 
tlP94, B.C I Mr. and Mrm. W. M. LUly 
»n, 8«attU, Wash.: Mr. ('. <i H 
in. V«no<>uv#»r; Mr H K I pton 
N«w V\>«l 111 I nul .-I .Mr .(K'l .\l I . y .M 
TlfTiiny. A lj<'i di-i n S li.ikoii Mi ,, nd 
Mr» It H M.«;.,.,,|\ Sumtiir. W.iMh.; 
MiM <;ri.. I, .Mi(;»n.ly. T.i<oma. 
Wa»h Mr (i ij. Woodruff. HeattI*. 
WMh.; Mr. A. c. Jobnaon, BomaKoa. 
B.C.; Mr. P. B. j«llMM>ii, Duncan; 
Umtfntali-C^mnukmdw and Mra. Ran- 
Mm and tMngtHtr. Snn Padro, Cnt : 
Ueutsnant an4 Mn. R. M. Hyd> r 
Tork; MIna M«ry Hyd»« N>w ^ 
Mra. I. I" I h r.,:.„- m,,iii?, 
Mr. and Mr». i-Hgan, HcHtile, VVaah.; 

Mr ...„i Mr*. W. K. BuyhMMa, Onk- 

1.1 n 1 '.1 ! 

• • 

l'<»rl III lilt \ KliorH 

V ' .'mI.. 1 .,f t>ortlani1 mon will ar- 
rive in the ( iiy next weak to play In 
the Sanlora North weat Oolf Haancla 
tion, which will hold lu fovrtb een- 
taat en the Onk Bay goM oouraa tha 
Middle waak or Att«iMt. Mr. MUl Mra. 
WlUlam McManUr ara amenc thoae 
ftafntnc to ftetor up wHh a party for 
the event. Mr. MrMoater ia a m«mber 
Of tke benrd • ' . ^'^moix .Mr m. h. 
laaley to nlao .t l on land mrmber of 

t^e kenrd. 

a « « 

OMeie at Cowlrhan Ray Inn 

Cewlrhan Bay Inn h^M .inoihor 
mo*' ♦•IlJ'iyaMf iliinci ..n .^il'ir.liy 
^v^ r> 'n- I. •. t h .■ Si . ' . ' t. r ■, . « , , h . T o.! n IS 




The Company 
Your Washing 

Keeps 

When you send your wa&h- 
Inf "out**— do you 9m itop 
to think just wbtrt *%Ut 
may b«? 

Vcrjr often th« conditions are 
Mjrthing but * fa?«rtlklc'~ 'for 
cl««nIincM. 

Why not send tia your laundry 
— *nd be itie? Next week havn 
us do your work in tll« modem, 
•aaiury way. We have a variety 
of icrrleee—onc jnst suited to 
your needs. > 

PhoM asoo 

New Method 

Lavairiu, Ltd. 

leif-ir Naith Ptrk ItrMt 



• Mull III •'iiirrtiiin the vlttiimt: plajcr-. 
Mil. Ill ^<■^»-^ly Ku^nta aitan'Uil and « 
very Jolly avenlnf waa epant by all. 
Mr. A. Ktncacete gave a vary clever 
aMaolQgva, and alee preeented the Inn 
vltli a drawli^ ef Cewlehan Bay en a 
orytegBMeu* plant, whirh wae very 
much a|»pre<-latr(l Kupper waa aervad 
by -MrB B<?.-, r.'ft in.l Mtm I.llln! \shit 
expact to giw mm her dance balur- 

aar evenlBc: 

- * • • 

.Sl»ri< h <'liih 

T>if. Hketch Club of tha laland ArU 
find C'rafu held a moat enjeyable and 
profiubie weathit toM weal 
the cveau af Mm. and the 
Gale, of laaaleli. thay ware taken by 
launch to an teland In th« Raanloh 

Arm uhi^ie they enjovnl ivrral 
tH)ur-< ►kt'. h riK Thl.-* ,i f i .■ r u . m . n Rf 
2:3<l . ,(.. k .ill ii.iTii !■! r r, .ir.^ .i.«k.-'t 

to meal at tha Cook ttnd May 8tre«t 
antraaaa of Beacon Hill Park, 
a a a 

At a iwneheon held at the Union 
Clab yeeterdey. Sir Prederlek Wll- 
llama-Taylor, (cnaral maaacar of the 
Bank of Montreal, waa the icueat of 

Mr. E. \\ M. .Mull. n Ihr I,, ,,1 111. .11 
aifer. <Mh. r iK'ueHl.-. [ir^hi-tii wtc i» 
llreil llrii.'h I'uliimhn rii« niiirf i h of 
Ihr bunk who are now Iinuik In Vic- 
toria or nearby, and .1 nnmlirr of per- 
finnnl frlenilN of S\r Frederick. 

♦ ♦ 

At Byanhanm Dana 
▲moat t1>oae alayind at Braakaema 

Dana, Cowlrhan Mgr. Vueata of Mr. 

and Mra. Duxald Maxwell, ara Mr. 
and Mrs Tf-nipleton .\I 1 1 nd Mra. 
.Sliinlov Wakflrv .MIjik Hi«lrn Kuaaall, 
SUytt HinimonH. all '«f V.incouver; Mra. 
O. Kelaey and son, of Frince Rupert, 
and Maatare Jack and jerry MeCor- 

mark \':. I,, - - ' 

• « 

Hpe»k« at Bai%odc«« HoCel 

Major Bullock -Webater gav e a moat 
iHiarauiBvitifMi on "Diuaa ia>'caiio 
ada" at the Behradere' Haul, Hooka 
Harbor, laat avaatec Taklnir part In 
the llluatratlene were Mtaa Floren'-e 
Mulr, Mlaa lHa^>•-lll Milnr ,ind .Mr 
Kaoul Uoblllard A InrKe audience ai 
tended^ 

• • « 

Hero From Ixtn XitftT'lfn 

Mr and .Mr« Harr.\ Hauler (nee 
Ward) arrived In Victoria on 
Haturday by motor from IjO§ Antclea 
on a fortnttht'a vlatt to their parenU. 
after which they will vUH frianda and 
relatHree tn Vanaauvar hefere return - 
inir to California. ^- 

• • • 
Rctara tb Seattle 

Mlak Eileen Nell. wh6 spent the tant 
week In the city, the gurnt of Mi«.= 
Kathleen Otileaple. (>ro»pert flai r. re 
turned l<i hr-,- iinrni- in .Seattle on 
Sunday afternoon, wlih her father and 
mother. Dr. and .Mrs. Neil. Who came 
f.. rr'MTi with her. 

a e 

\ l«.ll I'arrnln 

Mr und Mrn. VN" M. Lawrenre. 
UUnd Road, Oak Bay, have aa their 
irueat over the week>end thel/ son. Mr. 
Jamea I^awrence. of Vancouver. Tir- 
fore returning to Vancouver. Mr. Law- 
renaa #tll tftU a weak ia. Seattle. 



Princess Is Seen Chatting With Kiddies 




PRINCBM ARTHUR OP CONIfAUOHT 
la Ifcawa Opanlnff the^Bablea' Hyetel and Naraery Tratalat lalMal at KlaTa ATenua. ClMplhi Park. Landaa. 



<• Vaacoaver 
Mlaa P*ny Carty and Mlae Mar- 
raret Fremey, who have been attend- 
tnc Bummer aeheol in the city, re- 
turned on Batufday afteraaan ta their 
homaa in Vancouver. 

a' a • 

Rftnrn to Koattle 

Mr and Mrn Kred Brattle and .Mr 
and Mra. OeorRr (llair have returned 
to their honirs in .Senltle. after viaitlnR 
Mr t^nd Mr" W.iltor Fraser and Mr. 
I harleo 8. Praaer, Vancouver Street, 
e a « 



LAKESIDE HOTEL 

I^AKB CX>WTClia.V, VJ. 
A Counlrr HoOM o«aa« and Ml 
by kt Indian Amy OOhSIL 

PiaWDC. Boating Pithing. Etc 
Housekeeping Cabins 



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Homes Fomiihed Complrtp on 
Kasy rcrm-i Withnm Intrrctt 

SUaiiril Firiitari 6i. 

719 Yates 



Faam iuiia iurni 

CtWTMt (rtlm Ihll tMMtk- 
iM« ftamh. hr »rt«i« • 

iwrf ftliH fiM Critiot Itrh. 
IJIcCf* iXit "tJi* 

ihm dKMwi. txtirna' 
in. (nil. $«M l« kMlltt. 
On gal* Onl* at 



Only 




Electric 
Refrigeration 

Means 
.Constant 

Cold 



Frecjiim Cold.' 



Tbr Electric R0fii|[tr«tor 



It -ivr. an ah.olnfrlv rol.l. dry temMrtttirt iflttCdd 
oMhc damp atmosphere where mtltlnir ict ti ptvt. 



It brinja new delicttiea and dainties within your 
reach, taves tmbchevable quMitititl of food miui 
costs very little to operate. 



It freerr^ tit 
creams and kcci» 



^nficinjf .-salads, ices. 

until 



l'^ them in perfect condition „„>,i 
time to »«rve^ It will n|«kt All the ice cubes you 
require for UBlt «•«. ' 

The Servel 

ElectHc Refriir^ratloci will do alt these thinft. CBme m and 

»rr tt in r^peratton dt OUT ShowrBOIIIi tad ftt OBT WhM OB 

complete outhts. 



Douglas Street 



Mir. nnd Mrs. R. M. Bird and* MIm 
Peaty liadilna, who have been gueeta 
of Dr. and Mrs. Neleon at BhaamlBan 
i.ake for a waah. have returned to 

111*- rity. 

• • * 

\ n-l red I^Vom SC. \,tni\n 

I >r and .Mri« Mi-rinuin \ on 
Hrhrenk nnd Mr and M rv Aiieert 
and fon. iif St l.oula, Mo h;ivr .ir- 

rlvad at the Kmpreaa Hotel and will 
epaad a waek in victoria. 

• • • 

To Nraiilo 

- Mra. Prank Bone and her daughter. 
Miaa Kathleen Bona. VanCoaver 
Street, are leaving during the we4fc 
for Mattle, where they will be the 
iruesta of Mr. and Mra. I. Oard. 

a a a 
As ■MwalBaa Lake 

Chief Juetlee and Mrs. Gordon 
Hunter. BhaWnlgan Lake, have an 
(heir guest for a weak Mr. Dudley 
OeaBhe g aa, of Vancouver. 

• a « 
RetnniMl f>om Cordova Ba> 

Or. and Mrs A B Miidnon and 
famlU lull- i"'urnrd tii their hnnif" 

on Monterey Avonue after spending a 
week At CaMova Bay. 

... 

in lloNplial 

The many friends of Mra. A. O. F. 

io»<eii. Brenu Lodge. Brentwood 
Bay. wiu be sorry ta hear that aha 

le a patient ta «. iaaeph'a HospBil, 

• • • 

Back Frosa HMMralBaa lAke 

Mtaa Batty Kirk. Bt. Oharles Street, 
haa returned, from a vlalt ta Mrs. 
Harry Ruiien. and the Miasm Wenter, 
gt Shawnlgan Ldke. 

t^MO. * * * 

MlH Kathleen Cllleople. Proapert 
Place, oak Bay. la leavinic thia after- 
nooM for .H»Hitie whera ahe will gfend 
a week ivlih S\\f,r>. micen Nell. 

• a 

Il€»rr FVf>m Soaiilc 

Dr and Mra. Kugene Fuller and 
MlMa Kucenle Fuller, of Seattle, who 
have been mntorlna up the laland, 
are -.p-r,,) , . i^y, Vletarla. 

VlailliiK In < hnmninii.« 

MNs M.iy rUplook, of VlciorU, 

spent the week-end with her mother, 
Mra. A. O. Mcoreicor. at Ohamalaaa 

• • • 

llrtn -^M. .1 Hc.r»v« 

Mra. Arthur Nixon, 
shire Road. Oak Bay. 

f" « few daya' vlall 

He«k-UMi at ShaamiBao 
Mr. and "Mra. B. V. KaM apent the 
at 



Women's Clubs 

And Societies 



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The King's Daughters met yester- 
day afternoon at hendauarters, ar> 
rangementa l>elnir made for the lea 

and lunrh rooni which will b<> run 
under the aiL^pUr.^ <if this (frRanlza- 
'lon ilijrlnir exhlhillon week ('onimlt 
teea wen- appointed .md the following 
conveners namnl Tea. .Mrs. Wataon, 
MrK. l-'iMKu.-' n ^tts ( l)r ) Buaaell, 
.Mra. MiKlfn A T Harvey; 

buying commiii. f , .Mra. L. H. Hardie, 
Mrs. J. KinRham. Mra. H. A. S. 
Smelley and helpera; aupper nnd 
lunch, Mrs. Barglaon, Mrs. Hlaeocka. 
Mrs. Wllders, Mr*. Shiner and help- 
era: linen. Mra. R. Playfalr. Mra. 
Ciearlhue, Mrs. K. Roberta luui help- 
ers. Miaa Amy ConyerH ami Mikb 
Ourrle will be In c harse of the . uke 
arranRenienta l.lKht liinrheH. lean and 
.HWPl.rra \sill ho auiipll'>.l l.\ the Kin^'a 
duUKhter."! and If In expfrli'd that the 
tea-riiiiin will he well [laironlxed aj« 
in former yeara. Th» rommltteM re- 
ported that the iittendanre at the 
reat-room during the last month 
amounted to 2.S71 and during June 
S.tia pareona. u waa da c lded that th* 
Klag'a Danghtam will aaeist with two 
tag daga in September, one for the 
Holnrlum and one for the ProteaUnt 
Orphanage. 

VIotorta W.C.T.r. 

A picnic, under the auapiren of the 
\ Ictorla Dlatriet W.C.Tl' . will he held 
It the Japaneae Oarden.s, Cnrjre Park, 
iin Thur.«iday at .t p in M ih h>>p'd 
that all niembera of the five CInoii.i 
will hrlnir their frlenrt.x, and their 
baaketa, as It Is Intendtd to hold a 
s ptlal i«lly. 

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Which made Mtos Mllllcant Mary Maan 
the bride of Mr. Horace OarfleM Tay- 
lor, both of Victoria. The bride, who 
«rt.s attended aa brideamald by MlSS 
'iladya Taylor, the brlde(room'e sla- 
ter, waa very pretty in an embroid- 
ered crepe de China gown and picture 
hat. The bridesmaid waa handaeme 
In a frock of light grey gaorgeua aad 
hat to matah. The groomeman waa 
Mr. Harold Ferguaon. On return 
from a honeymoon trip up tha laland, 
Mr. and .Mra Taylor will make thalr 
home in thla city. 



Far AimmU Halliay 

LONDON. Aug. t.^His Majesty 
King oaorge hag claaad up hi- i 
f puehed hack hte sSIsi chafr In ' i ^ n 

for hie ennual vacations wo monlhe. 
He will apead moat of hla time in th« 
Held, while Queen Mary, now that the 
aocial seaaoa la at an end. will paas 
• creat deal of time vlMtlaig latiauUe 

frlendf. 



H eddings 



Taylor- Mann 
On Satiirdii\ e\enlng. at Hreadal- 
bane, the minl*<t»'r> realdenre. a quiet 
wadding took place when tha Rev. 
Dr. Campbell offlelaled at a oerameny 



TrwAtidartf Jinx Dtmte 

The lyoubndora nra hoMing the 
aecond of their novelty dances on 
Friday evening from • to 1 o'clock in 
the Alexandra t»aIlroi>Mi This will be 
a "Jinx dance," and the muair win be 
pla>ed by Ivo Henderaon'a fryatal 
t;arden or< heatra. There will be 
many new nnd varlad attracUOM. 

and thoae who have InvltAtlona are 
aeaurad of • novel avaalng's enter- 
tninmem. Tlekeu may he ahtatoad 

from O»org« ntralth's. 

Affable Vlaitor — Well, do you dO a 
good deed every day. Tommy? 

Tommy— Tea, air. Teaterday I vla- 
Ited my aual la the eountry. and ehe 
vfnm glad. Today I rame hark heme 
again, and aba waa glad again! 



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North Hamp- 
haa retaniad 
to Vanaaavar. 



How 
Women 

Now keq> fresh, chanoing 
AiMiMMaip— new 



way y , i<-ciitnty — 

discards iilte taseuc 



"la ahe In a xood fr.iinn nf mind?" 
"I didn't know her mind waa good 
enough to frasKe." — Life. 



THE nt:MMKB 'H KUt ' l,K oh THt 
CANAniA.N PAi-fFIC RAILWAY 

cenalsta of four trsaanaatlaenial 

itaiaa frons Vanooavnr dall^, aMa the 

Caam-Koe«eaay Bapreaa dally. 

The Traas-Caaadn Uarflad for Cml- 

amrr. Wlaalpag. Tarente aad Maat> 

real Isaeed at p.m. 
Tha MawrtysMg. far st. aad 

chiMeo. U a eae at 7:41 pm 

T' . Imperial for Calgarv Winnl 

I »(i 1 ' Montreal leavea «( '< p 

' .-. T . ■ .-ntr, Ktrr-'- ■ - . ,!»ar( 
V'^ nnir'S •"'1 Toronto > , j 

Th* I'na*' Kootvqay KJkpresa^ for 
Pent Ict on -nectla# fig 
palniai aad Nelaaa. 

ro- furtfear partlealar^ apply aa, 
Canadtaa PaeflW Railway agent 

Bireat Wharf. 
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THE anecrtamty and iatccartty 
of th* oM-ttme "sanitary pad* 
has been ended. SdentHIc rrr^tection 

now iffip ' I ■ M • 

•onal ami btmne^^ r''T' - "tients, St 
all tim es . . . without handicap. 

ICOTSX* Is a new and remark- 
able way . . . ilva tinlee as simiitl 
as ordinary cotton peds. 

Votj dUrard it a< ea«ilv a< a pter« 
r of tistue. .No laundry. Nc 
cmharraumcnt. 

Abeorbe aad daedorize« at the 
mme tiaw. Thas cnd;nii ALL feai 
of offcading. 

You get if for 

drug or depar--!- 

••vtnff ' KOTEX 
it without 



ff<K rrr '1 at an] 
«iof^ dimply bj 



Women ask Im 

a 

Try KaCfx. GaaMt U fai a psrw 
aga. Proves aM ways aa aa 



inecca- 



KOT€X 



asliions and 




A neek thai le aheolutely sdnare 
and a cellar that le as etraicht aa a 
atrlnr make an honMt woman » dreaa 
o' f aea blue -r y^e full 

»»■ > •hirred b*-!'' * i » o llnea of 

<■ ''rv worked In appla rrean 

and violet. It la an eaay fmck to 
maka It you have a late Summer 
vacation or If the ratten fTocka you 
made earlier in the eaaaea are be- 
ghiatag ta laaa their tnt fres^aeAs of 
appeal. BatMta le hetng ueed again 
and c emee in, lovely flower colore aa 
wen as In th* f1ow«r prlata. Crepe 
de f'hine i< r> r'>td hMi, far ll M 

'good at all seasona 



Season-End 



Savings 



bik liie MMOO it yet m its 

delightful in their unBitnett, prioad 

ridiculously low 



$9.85 



Smart Felt Hats Arriving 

Dally 

Vm MslMi't U-lilseUy PsyBssi Plu 



1212 

Douglas 
Street 




Telephone 

1901 




Hi^-'' ^' nr]r Cey'ion and 
iinJiau i cas blended 
for strenf^ht flavor and 

arnnia. FOT Salc bjT 

f' rorrrs 




Make Reading 
Your Hobby 

Don't wait watil yea get ttaia ta read— 
take tt. Tea are belMMg. aet wasUae 
a wsea ^t pays. «bta 




or 

y*ha rlal■«A^t^r'• 

■•THK 'ill^KR »rf>r»v 

LITCHFIELD S LTD. 

1109 GAiraraBMat St. Phone Hit 



m OF COMPANY 

IS ON mmm 



NUT COAL 



"Not 0BI7 the LARGEST, bat 
the BEST mmWOr they 

aU toll BO. 

Richard Hail & Sons 

1233 OovamnaBt gt. Phoaa U 



Prealdi rii . r North American l/ife Aa- 
sarnii. r < .inipany Vlaii" \ i' torla 
l>artag Waetem Tonr 



A ataady ImMovamant in buaineefk. 
aaadltlaaa la Caaada la rspertad h#* 

Ifr. W. B. Taylor, of Toronto, preai- 
deAt of the North American Life Aa- 
auranre Company, who. la .^daltlng 
Vancouver Island. 

. The company Is ao much impreaaed 
with condHlena that tt la eatanding 
Its mortgage baslaem to help hailing 
(Construction. .Mr. Vnplar Intimated 
that the eampany wna trylag to loan 
out Its maaay wheea tha money name 
ttom, ' • 

The growth af the export trade on 
the Paetfle Coaal Is, la the aplalon of 
Mr. Tsylar. an Indloatloa af the prob- 
ability ef lacraaaed trade, aad he 
thinks that the British Columbia 
manufafturlnB bualneaa will before 
long ahow great development. 

He egplalned that the North Ameri- 
can U^a waa sharing with other life 
' ompanlds la the flaaaeiBB of an antl- 
tuberruiosis campalfa 1* the Mari- 
time provincea. 

Mra. Taylor and their daughter ac- 
company him They left laat evening 
for Jasper I'urk. where will be held 
the Nalaoo Hundred Thousand Club 
meeting, which will be attended by 
Mr. J. W. Hudeon. maaaaar for the 
victoria and laland branch. 

A way of measuring ^he apeed af 
the blood flaw la the hady haa haaa 
deviaed. 



MUTRIE&SON 

O^s^Ib^s B^giiag^ Ba4*^a B^^moB 
■aVBi^'IdllVBB rfieaB riBfBB 

ins DOUGLAS STKBBT 



CRANLBXOH HOUSS SOHOOl 

Vhs WMbiA ^ naaa Slsad ' 

r. IIU.TOW. A.C.P. 

r"rem a*stan*ra <> fMairletilallaa. Aa nem- 
hera ar* llmlteil, In'llvidiiai jiM»nilon anil 
(union are auaranteo'l A « n. ir» fer 

larm atariinc SaatMnbor ». Faatbatl (laM, 
tymaaaiaas, laaais eeart. eta. 



SLfieotiei 

ItMBodfisBi 



.\ Boarding and Day School for 
Girls from Grade VI f to Juaiar 

\tatrirulation — Reopens Sept. 8. 
Uoardcra return Tuesday, Sept. 7. 



Pftedpal 



MfB. Bttttia 



Pat: "TaHh, and I'll never be get- 
ting up there, when I'\e been gp A 
ladder before it a alwaya been lower 
down." 

Mike: "Rure. you've been telllaff 
me lt*H. Ye aald ye naver felt ner- 
\ !• tbo first ladder ye went up" 

I It 'Palth. and It waa the truth. 
Ye aee. Mike, the firat laddar I WaOt 
up waa down a welL" 



Gums Like 
. Coral 

TBtk wHhUMdmrnmUng 




TMs 



wiqrbiiBiittai^uki^r* tiod tha oeopoB 



I VTAL tdence hat found a 
new way to lighfrn . '•.!.--!■/ 
freth. A way that often - i.*-.^»t 
a person's whole appearance. 
Your teeth, if'* learned, are not 
naturally off color — simply coatad 
with B fUm that absorbs disealar- 
atieet frsoi food, imokini^ Me. 

Yoiiran''"'' ♦'Im now with 
your tongue: a sii^jpery gort of 
eoaring . It W theft tarpif bo- 

»• Hrntifrice it 

iaiiing m us duty. Ordinary dtn- 

f^ZdZiJS%m!!?t So S**' 
Noira 



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been d'ucnvprerl. A film-renMmag 
pa«te called Fep«odenr. Famotj* 
$\OOfiOO movie stars u»e it before 
going on a scene. That's wbjr 
movie smiles arc sofl 



leading dentitts urge it because 
it proucu the teeth and firms the 
pums. FiliB biaedt bacteria diM 
invite tooth tfOttbles a nd p yorrheB. 
It 4s there now imperiling yoiir 
tteth, yo«r giuBd; ouking yoor 



Clear it oflF. See the amazing 
difference made. Get P^sodent 
at any drag stora. Or ilBd the 
Sot case fabd Ima* 

MP* S^Ww W^^P BOW* 



- ;ir PV fXionFNT COMPAJiy 
LC-ia7«, 191 CkoffS 8c, 



The H aw D o ijmmitty l>t»tttrtca 



Naoic- 



Addreia- 



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ta»a ta a 



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THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA. B.C. 



TUESDAY, AUGUST 10, 1926 



"THE BLACK PIRATE" 
PROVES ARTISTIC GEM 



'9 Dm Imf 



•t 



t'f lo have mad* th« beal <<( '>>•■ 

h i I rtiorou*. atlrrlnf atory of "Th« 
M.iick Pimt*" whte^ Ii« tiitf«4u€«d to 
hla easer fandoB mt tb« DomUtl^'i 
TllMtr* y—Krd^r. "TIm BUek n 
ntM^' MMpMMfully Alon* In tho 
tratfltSoMl rofluurtte connM of th<> fa 
yor*d and vIvM tal^n of flRlnlnK 

fcUCCari'ri* 111,1 \iirtf.l \'r-f,n'i- Thr 
action, wliilfi it* Btar in ai«>ut, runB 

'^''N I IM li •MpkfttiMOIjr about. 

Mil the tlms. 



Capitol — B«n l^m !• 

«ir#»t D#ce|rtlo*i." • 
ColumbUl — The lyoti WMM." 
with all-star cmC 



Mr. Falrbank<i ,i - . matter of fact, 
•^«rn*i In ^xrellfti f'^rrn ;in'1 wnnt, 

• ifl'T .'ill, I null! li. If.oli- -ult.-it I , hla 

taleiaa than a uhip literally loaded 



nmi MMT TMWT 



Fri 

Musical Comedy 



"^IM B«lle of 

New York" 



On the Screen 




PLAYHOUSE 



Thr Htac* 

4 ollnf^um — Htop Thl«(. 
ria] lioai 
Vork." 
crjmmt 



Ml* «C How 



down with pirates on mischiet bent 
and a fair lady to b« rMOwad After 
■urtlaff eneoiiatarsT 

99m ttetHTM aliraiMi jmmm«» ta ap- 
pear pletttr«««iM, byt addad to that, 
■ T|ie Black Ptrato" 1« aplaftdidljr done 
from a pictorial point of vlow. Made 
entirely In subdued coloring*, aootb- 
I .1 relief from the 
]ii »-\ iiiiicK Mil; k .itiii white, the en- 
ure film l^< ,1 ><'Tl»>fi ,if .-jvlul-HlIcIV 
I((\<'1\ jih luri - Tf liiih fili.i 1-1 ifie 
pro'eH'* lim-'l. ari'! til' lnliii\ ,il liill 

to our mind, notably huci fBsful. 

A lars* aupperting ami alda .Mr 
ralrbaak* matarlally in hla mad 
caraar. paitMularly «at*Undln« benu 
Donald crisp aa a ayiMpatlMtle Scotch 
pirate, gam d* Ofa«M «a vlllaln-ln- 
• hief. Aa««r* Randolf a* a pirate 
chief and BHlle Dove as the fair lady 
1 in flUtrenB. A roualnpr muSiCSl ocore 
I i.i'i" tn i. h i<i the production, which 



1 (, ii I <ii by 



«a»a*ttjr tlcst 



Kb' 



Sir ArtHiir ('.if, HI l).ivlf'-, 

"The Lost 
World" 



Bessie l>ovr. Lewis Stone, 
Wallace Beery and Lloyd 

Hnghn 

Conedy News 

QPLUMIBIA 



PLt/iYBOUtiii; At the Playhon-.^- 
nICkt Richard 
ilMMS* w a a 
presMitad la hi* tal**t ihn aS*rln«. 

"Jiiat Suppose," a pletartaatloa of A. 
K Thomaa' famous aUce play which 

had Ru< ceBMfiil run« In .N'ew York and 
Ixindriii Thf vounK «tHr \n Bur- 
rounded with .1 production of iin- 
liaual aplendor and dIatJnctlon. and 
Barthelmasa haa addod another 
character to tfea tanv Mat he 
orsated on tM aeraan. "Jaat Waw 
poa*" Is Idsal picture entertalam*nt 
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.fuiierly, appeallriK in If splendid 
<|u.illtv I'f rornHni f .iiifl jfrippinK In lt« 
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aner love atoriea have ever been 
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Bx- Premier of New Brunawlck, ha« 
been nominated by the Llberala of 
<}lnu<<-Hier to conteat that conalit- 
uency in the Federal election and 
Will realcn aa LUberal leader in the 
Laglrtstara forthwith. 

inr hla dauvhtar'a marrlasa, and 
Ruth Hamlliav aa Nsll. th* maid 
and aeooaipUea af Doogmn (Oso. O. 
Olsen), crook, and psaado-dedsetlre 
are outstandln*rly elsror In a east of 
alxteen players, each one of wham 
fllla hin or her part flawlesaly. 

rOI.I MBI.X l.o,-«l nirn patioti-, are 
TVLVATHK mxiicl l,> hrlnic ihnr 
prnnounrlng dlction- 
arlen to the ('olumbla thIa week 
where "Tho L«st Wari4" la drawing 
eeard-kraaklnc creww. Tk* di< 
tioaarlaa asap ha saadod to pro- 
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In "The Oreat Deception." which 
hegan an engaitement at the CapUol 
Theatre yenterday. local Iheatrecoera 
are offered a atrlklng vivid photoplay 
of th* War. 

"Tho Oraat Oaesptloa" Is a film 
verston of the Oasirce Olbba naval 
entitled "Tka TaUow Dove"— and tka 
tranalatlon ' from the printed pafa to 
the Bcreen ban been a oaempUSkad 
with Hplendid fidelity 

Men l>yona jflven a Kallant perform- 
ance aa Cyril, the Ensllah Secret 
.Service oRlcer. 

Mr. Lyon displays ability aa an 
emotional actor wklch will pleaaantly 
Aurpriss even his meat admlrlnc 
friends. 

dam Hardy, to whom the prlnci 
pal comedy role of the picture le en 
tru.tted. add)) new trloiv to a reputa- 
tion which he has I'een ^•ulldlnsr for 
some lime. 

Alleen Prlnsrle. in the femlnlite 
lead, lenda her • onvlnclnf presence 
to a role which atresses the dynamic 
npirit of the modem American fflrl. 

.Ml. Kane's oampaajr has long 
Mince eatabllahed a rapalatlon for 
iHvtahneas In the manner In iThleh hm 
i>hotoplay are produced. "The Oreat 
oeeeptlon" Is no exception to the rule 
—the Oeraan castles and Unfllsh 
esutas ara aplandM. 

FUimi im W. S. Bart 
FUHam ai CaUmAia 

The last daak of the homeMte.i.iem 

for the purpoea of StaklnV < Utirno on 
the old Chnrnkee lAnd Mrip l>e<ween 
Kanaaa and Oklahoma, In depicted for 
the nrm time on the aoreen In Wll- 
litim K. Hart'a new aoreen pradnc- 
tion, "TMmklxra<da" eomlnf to the 
ColamMa Thaatr* an Tliuratar. 

The truly tr*m*ndava aoenaa of the 
mad daah for land, the movinr of the 
pnoi inoua hords of oattle. the erplaodea 
ju'i>un<l f^ldwell, whioh irr'>w to n 
frtw metropolla almoNl overnlK-hl. the 
love, lauahter. grim determination, 
pathos. tra#Bdy and drama of thoae 
NtirriMT dajra In our aara ladd. win 
all b* s**B In Mr. Rart'a plabire 
-the Mi«*at and k*at t» turn Mda 

to date. 

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eluding Barbara Betlford aa leading 
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wAKTnNftTON. Aur A aavara 
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Unlveratty Mlamovrapb The ahocka 
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vsNTURA. cal.. Am. ••—An aartk 
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The iiMoflk. of TOfTlelenf foree t« nhnVa 
rTfwkery fri.n^ '.n .helve* i 

awlag chandelf*^* wnm ftc«~omp«nie<1 
by a rumbling aniind 

T»lephone advtaaa from Banta 
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of kars, war* la tka aMaat tkat tw 
ahaoks war* IWt In tkat mr. and a 
nharp tremor at 1:01 o'Nook. the 
,ith«r much tike an mohrt of the pr« 

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roparu that the rs e ard aaatldaad for 
thraa ka«^ kigtaalQ at T:4* p.m. 
•kad*y (Pa«iaa Haadard Time), li 
waa a maderate fseard here, diet sat 

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"Second Love 



By MALCOLM DUART 



mmm^»> a. ipjip aua > a a ■ 

Miworwis or rnarKDiNU iBArTKn."* 

WSea Jahn raxrlah iaatraa M« f " yum 

wMa Aa«Nr. ta a taae •» n.r fr.gueni 
rafareaeea ta hla tfapeaSeaoe up«n hrr ahr 

■ o*a away «lao tor l»o weka. _ M«rcl» 
Allan ramaina in < harar of Aadmr'a kawaa. 
aad proTBeda lo iiiakr lo Farrlafc, 

whs ka aiarlna at a heifi Mar. I* la yeunf. 
praltir. »«ry advanced In her vl«w» Audrey 
camaa kack with har waalih) i.tirartlv« 
father. Itaiu Hwiaa. aad Marria ia»na< 
etataly tetea (e WMS him H* laugha at 
har Parrtah camaa to «ha houa* on an 
• rrand apaaka to hla wifr. hla falhrr in 
law aa« Itarcla. aad aa ha laa*aa hla wif* 



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CHAPTER XXVIII 
The young huaband and wife atood 
facing each otlker in alienee. Hhe 
looked Into hla eyea. aa if aaklns him 
to aay aametktat to kar. srktle he 
Wad. aspr«as«osl«n» "kl* 
directed past his sko«td*r. 

Morton hurriedly aroae from 
aeat on the lawn, and jerkins 
head at Marcle, aa a command 
follow htm. went Into the houae. 

Mareie*obeyed. but SS sk* 
turned long enough to aqina St Par- 
rlah Audrey'a back waa taward kar. 

"What do you want. Androyr" 
aaked Parrlah at length. 

Her handa ralaed Impulsively. **De 

you hate me, John?" 

She moved ne,irer to hlni anil tie 
hang hiA head 

•'Of course I don't hale you." He 
wpoke behind haif-elaaad Up*, ao ah* 
barely heard him. 

Then eke took htm by the arm with 
both hands, aad walfclac sldawtse. 
alowly drew him after her toward the 
hnuje M^irrle and Morton were In 
the drawing room when lhe\ entered, 
but started to lea\»- immediately 

"I>addy pleaae Mlay, ' Audrey 
II rfed 

Morton nodded and aat down In a 
far earner of th* rfom. Marele 
atr*ll*d to the deer, halted a moment 
until she cautht Parriah's eye, gave 
him another smile, and than went 
out to the lawn. 

",lohn." Audrey beRan. "I — I wasn't 
KoinK to ask you to stop to talk to 
me." 

, He aat, revol>-lnv hla hat In hla 
hands, looking st the floor. 

'nh^ j«ha. dwrr* She was eiaap- 
Inc and tniela*plny her fin fere 

nervoualy. "I've mlMf-i \oii so! 
Csn't we — can't we .-top (juarrellng 
and be happy ^" 

"I didn t w.int to fjuarrel." he said 
sullenly. 

"Then, John!" She left her chair 
and aank on her kaae* beside him. 
"John— t«t's be asmatkearu again!" 
Reaeklnd far kis hand, she took It. 
and preesed it to her bosopi. He did 
not reslat, but made no redponaUe 

in.itii-in "Rhall we, rtenr ' 

l-'rom outside came the nound of 
.Marete'.* vo.ce singing Morton 
swiftly aroae, and went through the 
f^ant d**r. The stnglng ceased. 

"Skall we?" Aadrey tfnxiattaly re- 
P*at*d. 

Vl'm willing — If you will quit nag- 
ging me," he aald, after a pauae. 

"Oh. Jakkl" Mar Ilpa v«ta twttek- 
Ing. 

"I married you in good faith, and 
I'm man enough ta go through with 
It." he went on. "Bat Pm gaing to 
be treated like a man, and not like 
aama kHid of chore bey." His voice 
had ral**e ns he spoke. 

She dropjjed hla h.md. and a.it hack 
on her heels, her kneen to\i, hinc the 
floor, her Hrms lax bealde her. 

"I never nagged you. John, " she 
said, controlling her trembling lips. 
"I never did!" 

"Don't eare what you call It — you 
raaed me about how rich y*u were 
and how poor I am." He thumped 
on the arm of his chnlr. 

8he drooped a little, and her head 
aank forward "I never cured how 
poor you were. John. ' nhe aald, with 
difficulty. "I knew you wers poor 
when we married. Aad It wasn't my 
doing thai I had maaay. Daddy gave 
me tkat" 

■ke crouched beside him, a forlorn 
little hesp. He looked at her un- 
easily, and at last Ma hand erapt to 

her ahoulder. 

All right— we'll forget It," he aald 
Hla Angers pr**aad kar flesh, and 
ahe yielded, mavtag taward him. Me 
pat atit kla alker arm. aad lifted her 
imtll her head prias*d agalnat his 
breast. 

"■We'll start all over ngaln. " he 
► Hi' ■> lone had "oftened. and 
there uhh even the hint of ;i cnreas 
In his words. "I don't want to make 
you cry — dear." He patted her cheek, 
and ahe nCetiad naarar him. 

Th*re waa a movement ik the fmll. 
Parrleh loek*d ar. and saw Morton 
passing the door. The older man 
went on. and Parrtsh dropped hla 
head until his ckadk waa an Aadrey's 

fair hair 

"And you're never Kolng: to be 



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nie.tn to me alf»ni ■" ' .\udrey aakrd. 
Iier \'>Uf m ifTlril b) hla loal 

The careasiriK movement of hi" 
hand ceaaod, but be aaewered. "No." 

dka leaked up at khn. "Tou've 
baea toftfkly kaad ta gat als t With 
you know. Toa*tt premise net to be 
ao cross? " 

His hand dropped lo hu Up. Thia 
trouble haan t all be*B 99k '9Kf 9tl§i9, 
\ou know, ■ he saJd. 

Mer elhows were on kls thigh her 
handa clasped togetkar aa she knelt 
there. "Ten caa't ear X waaat gen- 
eroua. vrtth yaa." she pcfjlWi "> 
gave you everything you Mnted- 
everything i could think of 

He Hpranii to his feel, thruslinfi her 
lo one side by hin motion 

"(lenerOuB' What .\ ou Kaxe tn r 
It 8 the same old «ior) he aald 

clenching hla flngera tight. "Don i 
yati raattaa tltiai what kiirt. an the 
Uato, waa tkat X waa dkpaadeat on 
year And that wken yea ruk It m 
about being generous to me. and giv- 
ing me things, it's like rubbing on a 
sore "^po; '' ('iinl \..u underwi^nd :• 
Audrey ' Can't you think, aome- 

tiineM of What's la tke atkar paraaa'e 

mind ' ' 

I'lom where ahO orOUChOd At hla 

feat ahe ipoked u^^ lato hla aagr^ 
face. 

"Do you mean I — aheuldn't ever 

say anything)" ahe quavered. 

'I didn I fia \ ihai and you kiii ■» 
n he said. ' Hut you ought lo ha s e 
percepUoB gMtlCk to kUW What 

h II r f« " 

sh.^ I ut her handa over her face 
"if It hurto for me to ke klat ta you. 
and k«y evaa year vadarwaar for 

you, and — " 

He gave a wrathful roiaT. ••tliere 
you gn again! It'.i Just as If we wr-r,- 
actinjf ii ecene from m pla\ <iv..i- and 
ovel- and o\er. And r .■ r \ou ve 

Rot to do your aong and dance about 
huyinx my underwear, and my hand- 
kerchiefs, aad my t|e pla. and paying 
my eakiry." 

Aadrey waa aobblng. "But I did 
buy your tie pin. and paid your 
salary," sh choked. "And you even 
spent money to go toaaa a lot of half- 
naked Riri.,< on the stags aithent tell- 
ing, and-- " 

Parrlah strode to the door, tamed 
Into the hall, slammed the Cfaat door 
and was gone. Audrey eallapaed, 
circling her hsad with hsr anas, cry- 
ing hard, gasping for breath, me re- 
mained until Morton. appearing 
silently, atooped and lifted her, and 
carried har ttpataiik ta kar drcaatag- 

room. 

There he aat. with the girt aa his 
lap aa ahe had used to Mt. as a olUld. 
.tnd croonsd to her a Uttls wordless 
melody of chlldheed. 

When her aobblng had ceased, he 
placed her on the <ouch and bathed 
her swollen eyos and her wrists 

Kinnlty she swung her feel to the 
floor and sitting up. brushed back 
the hair from her temples. 

"I guess It's all aver daddy." ahe 
aald In thd Sat taaaa 9i aervaua ez- 
hauatloa. 

"t heard'yoar Calk with John." he 
told her. standing tiefnre the couch 
and regardlnK her thoughtfully. 

"I tried to make up. ' «hc continued 
llfeleaaly. "But It can't — ^1^ can't be 
done. I'm afraid." 

"Tou're In no shape to talk aay 
more tonight." ka aaM. • -Om to bad 
now. dear. I'll aat go <o the office 
m the meralng. We'll try to think of 
aomething nice to do. " 

"Dear daddy, " ehe responded, 
tOUchlriK his hand 

He klased her good-night, and go* 
Ing Into the halhray. ela«M the daar 
after hlSL 

Marale waa walttag far klas ta tke 
awing upon tke pasek. 

"Now, we oan kave a nice long 
Ulk." ahe aald. making room for him 

He did not accept the Invitation, 
hut st'iod IdokloK ;it her ".Marcle, I 
wish you'd run alone to bed," he 
said. "I want to think ' 

She aroae. and faced him, paatlag. 
"And aftor I'd waited tar ya« a« 
loag, taoi" 

She took his tts with J>oth hands. 

and adjusted it Me gr;iHped her 
wriats and flrnSIy returned her arms 
to her sides Time for glHa to be 
asleep." he inalsted. "UoOd-nlght." 

Keeping hor eyea upon him, ahe 
moved to the do6r aad whispered 
'Ciood-nlght" aa ska weat InMde. 

He sank late tke swing, and with 
his kanda deep in hie pocketa, aank 
his chin upon his breast. 

If was early when he arose the next 
ni'irnlng. but Auilrey was already 
astir With u kitchen apron over 
her dresa, she was standing In a 
comer of his study, loeklkg aat af tk* 
window wttk a warn taM* alatfc to 
her kand. 

"I was patting sway the linen I get 
when I w(ta when I wa« married." 
ahe said choking, "and getting out 
the cloths and napklAS fdS SAd f 
used to h.ive." 

She held up the elath. "Ladll It's 
all warn eat." 



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He put kls arm ai*e«nd ker.' "X>oa't 
do aad thinga before breakfast, 

•Audrey." he said 

He led her into the break fast - room , 
and they sal down 

"Audrey, ' he said thoughlfullv 
"Marcle R been here some time now ' 
The girl nodded. "Of eomim, she 
eaa't ga k*ai* k t I waa waiid*r- 
Ing." 

He aat. tapping his spoon upon a 

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"I I. -inn I she some relatives, SOmS- 
where. m\v.-i\ from here that Sll* 
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OXFORD. Attg. t.— A prophesy 
that wttkta th* p r sas n t g *a*ration 
aelaaee tHIl make ravatatlaaary dla- 
oovertee in the realm of the spiritual, 
waa made by Rir Oliver Lodge last 
night. In an addresa before the British 
AneoriHtion for the Advancement of 
.Science Mr Ollvcr was Ms prsaMaat 

In 1913-14. 

"If I had to make a guess." said HIr 
Oliver, "I would aay that whereaa. 
through the nineteenth caatury and 




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once we have sieif^ed over these limits 
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Hubby — Yes. my dear; why? 

Wife r>h. I.y the size of these I 
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1-1 iiriK Ki'ti Mil inixiNil f"r 

lti« i!;«KleM for KHht«-en Bufell*-^ 
VmtUd Commercial Travf>l»r»* i 
•aHtttur iMMtell Din* dcfvated (>>• 
BirdmMi by a 10>0 «eor« at th« Uoyui 
AthUtle Park laat BMrbt. Thla mi^kca 
th« rac« auiU IntarMtlBV and with 
ihf soii.i ' r Canada having two same* 
t.. |>i.i.\ with th« Bairlea it la beclnnlnc 
I.) look U!< If th*- fun ha« JuMt startad 
in llie M'nloi- bull \i>>'V The Sonn' 
• upportrrp hav* it all .|ii|)Cil that their 
boya can win thair two K^imfs with the 
BIrdman and than defeat ihr iCT 
la an astra t*ma for tha^clty title. 
Of ooaraa, tba Travalara' aupportara 
ara pulllnc for tha Birdmaa In the 
future Am loHK aa tha Ba«1aa can win 
our of ihr remaining flxturen. the 
I ..nndinns' ( hanoe« of Kettlna into 
I' «. . off will fade .iwfiy with their 
firf^ai and the Bamplemen will rep- 
'"•ent tba ctty tn tha Prorlnclal play- 
•fla. 

Thr fana witnaaaad aanna anappy 
bill in the flrat two Innlnya whan no 

runnern r roxaed the home plate, and 
e\pi\thine I'l-iir"''! to a ROOd game. 

tn the flr«t of the ihird. Howdcn. th«> 

flrat man to bat. fliad out. Campbell 
aiiwiad and want to flrat. Webmer hit 
a rwo-bacf*r ilkd T. Campban came 
komo on Mlllar'A arror. rorbaa. tha 
next man to faea Karr, ee«aaet*d tor 
two .«(arkM and acorad WabaUr. C. 
( iinpholl wnn out nt flrat. Forbaa 
Ipft on thlr<l i<R»r wi\fn Copaa 
wxn out trylriK tu make Hr»t. The 
bfsl ihr l-'.xKl'N rould do wa.n to let 
lloaa and Kerr dif on third In thr 
fourth tha BIrdmen koi into t,.,,ii.i. 
MAlU Md thld tima It coat them three 
ruaa. Turpal; tha flrat man to bat. 
alnclad. H. Copaa waa out making 
flrat and Turpal o«t making aaeond 
•n a lUea double pMy. Kerr to Potta 
to Moore. Noble faced Kerf and re- 
reived H fror pftjtM to the Initial sack. 
Ilowden. the nrxi l.i.iior, singled, and 
Noble reached third ..n the play. J" 
Campbell aingled and NOhln (am-- 
homa on MUIar'a error Wrh-.i.r 
raaehad flrat. Campbell came home 
for tha Bamplaman'a third run on an 
error by Roan. Porbaa fliad Ottt to 
retire the nide Alax Potta atgftad tba 
ball, rollln? In the fourth ISalRg for 
Ihe nir<inifn Kirnt man UP ha hit 
a two-t>.«KKer Miller wh.i out at flr^t. 
Wachlar filed out and I'olls 01ea try- 
ing to atoal home. ,n , ^ .-• 
U.O.T. <>•( Two 
Tha trat of tha flfth aaw the U.C.T. 
get two more runa. C. Campball 
reached flritt ahJed by an error by 
.Hoore. H Copan nlngled forcing 
Campt>ell to .•»e( onJ Turpel was aafe 
an a flalder'a ( hoirc ,ind rampbell waa 
out making third Ih Copaa aingled 
and Turpel waa out on a flelder « 
choioa. Kobla gau a aafaty acoring 
R. Copaa and H. Copaa. Bowden 
raaehad tha InlUal aaeh on aa arror 
by oatmalj. F. Campball fllod out 
for the third man down. 

the alxth both tea ma retired for 
run> Tlir no«i Innlng.n apelt 
trouble for ih.- r.irdrocn .tnd no leeii 
than three run.N were .halU<'d up 
batora the atorm had died down H 
Copaa connactad with Kerr M offrr n^- 
for two baga. Noble filed out. Bowdm 
hit a alngla aad F. Campball accounted 
for two aaeka. and aeored H. Copaa. 
Wehafer ainglad. and EJ^wdaa otti 
f .iniphcn I a mo homa on tha play. 
^^>b^t«<^ waa out ataaling aaroiyd while 
)"iirt)C)« made thrrr down when he 
tried to reach ih- initial aack. The 
Kaglea retired for no run* In the laj>t 
of tha aevanth and the game waa over. 
Wabatar. Of tha United Commercial 
Travalara. get flva hita out of aa many 
timan to bat. Noble on the mound 
tor tha samplamon waa eradltad wUh 
nva airlkapuu. 

U.C.T. — AB. K H i*»> ^ i; 

F. Campball, »b . , . a 3 3 »> " " 

wabatar. lb .5 i » ■ > < 

Forbaa. lb i ^ 1 • • • 

Ompbell. rf . . . 4 0 1 2 0 0 

Topaa If 4 1 I 1 • 0 

Turpel cf 4 • 1 I 1 • 

Copn". pa S 3 1 1 I • 

p • i I I 1 4 0 

ijo«den. c .4 J 2 T ft ft 



In 



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It 

T 
M 

Noble. 



Total ar 10 II 31 a 1 

Baglaa— • AB« R. H. PO. A. R. 
Oatman. tb t 9 9 4 I 1 



Moore. Sb 

U. Oandy. rf 

Pott*, lb 

Miller 

Warhier, cf .... 

U. Roaa. c 

r. Roao. If 
Karr. p . . . • ' 



0 
0 



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A n 



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» 

1 

4 
A 
1 
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• 
1 
S 

A 

1 

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i 



Total it • S SI !• 4 

leer* by tnnlnga — 

t S < 4 i « T 

U.C.T . • • J I t • t — !• 
Baglea A 0 9 A A A • — A 

•umm'4r\ Two-baae hlta. Wehaler 
Korbea. H Topaa. K f'amphell. Potta; 
nacrlflce hIta, H Copaa. Moore; baaaa 
on balla, off Karr (I.) Noble <!); 
Btruek out, by Nobla t ( > : double pUya. 
Millar to oatiaaa to Potta; loft oa 
kaaoa. tlXkt.vl. Balrlaa S. Tliiaa.bf 
gama. l*lMifer II mlautaa. 

Umplraa W hvta and MeOregor 

POLO AT VANGOUVLK 



\ \Ni Id \ KX\ Awa *> First iramea 
In lh«^ \ , .r I h »eet ern IntTnal lonal polo 
rhBmpl""«h:r> for the l,ane trophy 
wara played at Hrlghouae Park here 
today, aad odflllRad in vtctertaa for tha 
Vanoeuvor MM and Camp Lowia. 
Unltod Wtm mAna r toon- of Waoklar. 
toa. la tMHttyBma Vani^uver de- 
feated ro^MHTiitta.. alght gtMla to 
two and In the aecond match Camp 
t.ewlH 'o-T 'I Portl.Tnd. Or*, alx 
goala I" 

Matrhea Wl'l »•'- i-<ve<i on \Sednea 

day and on Batii< <» on vsednmida)' 
Poi^tand moata Cnrhranr, and Van- 
eaavar m*«ta damp f^awlai 

fkiiurdax'a prMramm* bringa to- 

golhav Caid^^l^^l^^^^VWM^ oad 



Pro or Amateur 



] I Canadian Championships at Port Arthur 



N 



T l.W V< ii: K Auk 
]■; 1 i/.a hfl ^1 K \ .1 n 
' ',1 1 '. f I • r n .,1 I f ' I II I ■< .1 r 
■ r tid I .1 Ii K ; n p 111 > n 
national llal. tpday 



'J Mll»!( 

\ Pleran 
11 nd xer 
.>n ih»* 
rcfuacd 

either to aftlna or doay a roport 
that sha waa aoaatdartng turn- 
i.ig pfrffaaalonai to oppoaa flux 
anna Langlan whan tha Fraa^h 

champion Invadea the United 



I.I t.-l 



,S' , I. 

I ; \ .1 II .1 Nil 

1 1 II I . .1 i ■ i I- 1 



(hH year Mlaa 
rii-.fd to ( ((iiiinent 

1 u I! 1 ' 1 ' -1 I ha t shf 



already had received an ufter i.>f 

•IM.9M ta itm pra f a l o n a l 



LEADING CANADIAN 
DOO MAN IS HERE 



MH .? i> ^ 1 1: \( II \\ si;< ki:t \KY 

o» omoiAL van* 



Met Membeta aC Victoria KnuiH Oak 
at FonMera' Ban lAot Night— 
iaiBreaacd With Wcat 



l)<»g lovers of .ill WeHlern Provlnce« 
h.iw hf-en offering i nurlcmea to .Mr. 
Jitmen U. Blrachan. the aecretAry of 
the Canadian Kennel Club during the 
paat aeveral weaka on tha oecaalon of 
hla vlalting Waotora Caaada la an 
official capacity. Laat waak tha Van- 
couver membcra of the Candlan Ken- 
nel Club vied through their duba — 
with cat h other m entertaining Mr. 
Strachan and fnr seven ila>« his 
leiaure houra were at a premium. 

He la now In Vieterta, and yaatar- 
d.ty he vlaltad Duncan aad Naaalmo. 
whara apaelal maotlnga had baan 
called to meet the headquarter'a aac- 
retary. He waa accompanied by Mr. 
Alec McCloy. Victoria lonc nf ihe 
B.C. direriora nf the Canadian 
Kennel ciuhi .\lr (ieorge Kyno<-h, 
Winnipeg. .Manitni>u (the Canadian 
Kennel Club director for that Prov- 
ince), and Mr. H. Mackaafla, of Vic- 
toria. Ei^thuataam prorailad at both 
nieetlnga. Tonight Mr. Btrachan will 
meet the membera of th« Victoria 
City Kennel C!ul> In open meeting, 
when he will t.ilk on tnattera pertain- 
in»j 111 Canadi.in K< nnei Club affaira 
aa he aeea them at the praaent time. 

It la opportune that Mr. fltrachan 
ahaaid hava found it> eoavonioat to 
viait tha Waotora elaba at tho praaant 
time. Just Whan tha exhtbltloa aaao- 
liiitlona are holding thalr fairs and 
fcaturlnK the dog Hhow departrnenia 
at MooHe imv Calgary. Edmonton, 
Saakatoon. r<i"na and Vancouver, 
ducceaaful dog ahowa hava played im- 
porunt parta In popalartaing tha 
(alra. aa arary nuta, wbmaa and child 
—with but few aseoptiona— la nator- 

ally a doR lover. 

The Victoria City Kennel Club ahow 
'■omlng after the above circuit 
ahould. and llkaly wUl. ba aplandldly 
aupportad. Caah priaaa. wall-known 
ludgfa and apaclal .ailvar p/lsaa of 
cupa of airalaas will ba tha magneta 
hald out to get the largest assembly 
of doga ever brouaht fojceiher under 
one rot)f In Viotorla. .Mr. Strachan 
will be unable to be preaent at thla 
ahow. but it baa been hinted that 
poaaibly ha will again vlalt Victoria 
at an aorly data. 

Tha aacratary of tha Canadian Ken- 
nel Club Is fortunate In having the 
confidence and reapect of hla entire 
metnber^hlp. and aa .i conaequcnce 
hi« \ .xii h.n liecn both pleniiant and 
popular, .ind no doubt hla Coming 
Into peraoniil contact with tha mam- 
hera of Waatarn Canada will maan an 
I m mad lata laflux of now mombera 
into the club, in fact, many applica- 
tions have been alraady forwarded to 
the office of the Canadian National 
l.lveatock Hecorda, Department of 
Agriculture. Ottawa. 

(Jlvlnir cupa lo all breed ahowa by 
the Canadian Kennel Club In nn 
activity being tried out during lt24. 
and BO far tha cupa hava booa aa- 
iremeiy popular with the clubs re- 
fei%inR them. K. Chevrler, Winnipeg. 
Or. T. K Sleeih. Vancouver, and 
(letirge l,.\dlAtl. \aneouver. arc 
amongst the favored Weaiern meni- 
bern who have had the distinction of 
v« Inning these trophlaa. 

Amendmanta to tha conatitutlan of 
the Canadian Kannaf Club ara pro- 
poned that will, when they become 
law next February, have far-reachlnr 

efferi^ towardK a rloner re la I lo n xh I p 
between the members of the Canadian 
Kennel Club and headquarters. 

Mr. Strachan ia enthusiaatic In hla 
prakM for Waatarn Canada, for Van- 
couvar aad Victoria, and H la Just 
mora thau a mere poaalbilHy that 
some day soon British Columbia fan- 
dare will have Mr Strachan In their 

midst. He la alto enthoaed regarding 
the mnirnlflcent l-;ncll.'»h eetlera. 
pointers Irlab wiirr spanlela, Cheea- 
peake May dogs, and declares that 
the best apaclmena of thaaa braada 
are to ba found right hora la Britlah 
coiumbfd. 

H||d<M>n'a Ray fXckrt 
The following team will represent 
the Hudaon's Baya in their Wednaaday 
rrlckat match agalnat tha Flva C'a at 
Baaoon Hill, at t:tO; Wallaco. Var- 
rall, LaMay. fluttpa. Bhrlmptan, Wat- 
klna, Davldaon. Parkaa, Baton. Han- 
aan and Foa: rooanraa. Rodman and 
Ofay. 




iKis.nfc- yoijnuratrra took part in the tw 
,\1 1 1 :i I r <•.! 1, «lth ,t total of fourlrrn p 
1 etr i i riKhl — Arthur C H.cri- 
veteran who pilad up a total of thirteen i>ointa. eloaely following 
hot compatltor with Cable In several events • yril Coaffea, former 



SOMK splaadld \e!<-i >n.< <iii'l \>r, 
off by Kalth Carruiher- of 

fifteen yaara. Tha picturen ehow 



day meet, the honora of which were carrlad 
ini.« He ha« been engaged in nthlettcs for 

lorontri i.iv'ltn thrower. l)r .1 Cable .i .Nt inlreal 
arriiiher<i i '. >i'ellson. pf Manitoba L/'nivereliy, a 

' u r nipeg.'aow of Chtoago, Victor la tho lOO 



and tw .9mr4m otobM> , 



Coaffoo lo joint boldar of tba worid'a yards record. 

> I I I I ■! i 



m 18 DROPPED 

FROM mm XI 



Capiaiii In Til rcc Trat Matchcs 
Agatitat AuHtralla I'naMc to 



R. 

A 



K 



B. 

5 0 

.... u <• 

Ralnhardt. 8oth- 



R. H. B. 
4 II 4 
7 « 2 
May and Har- 



IiOKDON. Aug. ».— A tremendous 
ktlod waa oauaod among cricket 
loVara in Rngland today when It was 
learned that A. W Carr. who cap- 
tained the flrat three test matehaa 
airalnat Auatralia. had not realgnad, 
aa at flrat thought, on account of Ill- 
health and Urns of form, but th.it lie 
ha,d not baan picked for the fourth 
match by tha salectlon committee, 
in an Interview. Mr (farr aatd: 
•| did not resign becauSe of 111- 
heallh I am lit aa a fiddle. When I 
learned that I had been dropped, It 
came a.M a terrible shOCk. 1 fOH Oa If 
I had bean struck." 

Continuing hla atatamaat, Mr. Carr 
aald: 

" It ia true that I offered to reaigr If 
the aelectlon committee thouKht tit. 
but not because of Ill-health. It la 
quite true that 1 have not been In the 
beat batUag form lataly, ^ut I do fe«l 
that I aavad many niaa. ' 

"\ cannot diaeuaa my surceaeor. aa 
that la not erirket, but Mr. Chapman 
hu« ins earnent Rood wiahaO. I do 
hope he will be aucceaaful." 

Percy Parrin, tha vataraa Sussex 
playar. ona of the oolocttoa committee, 
aays In a pubUahod atatament: "Mr. 
Carr'a omission la purely on account 
of his cricket form. Hla fleldinp haa 
been excellent, but hla batMnK haa 
been off Kngland. and not sentiment. 
nuiKt eome first We are OUt to play 
men who are in form." 

Nawapapar crlUea, writing aftar the 
aaaottiieoMont. ara Inclined to treat 
tha eommtttee'a action la n mistake. 

League BaaebaU 

National 

NKW YORK. Aug. f.— Tha PIratea 
Increased tnalr National Laagua laad- 
erahlp ovar tha 8t. Loula Cardinals 
by dafaating Brooklyn today. 
Flva errora on the part of the Roblna 
ald^d tha Pittsburgh cause. Tha Car- 
dinals loat to tha Bravaa at Beaton 
today. 6-0. 

It waa the Rraves' third straight 
shut -out victory. Cincinnati split a 
double header with tha Phllllaa at 
Philadelphia, tho homa team wlaning 
tha flrat, 7 to 4. and* tha Roda the 
aecond. it ta ft. Bavan rune In the 
flrat Inning of tha Inttlal fray were 
enough to aubdua Handrlrka' men. 
The Reds outhit Philadelphia, II to 
4, ih Ihe first Rame. but Carlson man- 
aaed to keeji them scattered Four 
errora by <'inclnn.i'l did not harm the 
Phlllief" In the aerond (tame the 
rteda came from behind when a ter- 
rtflr aasault In the aixth and seventh 
Innlnga acori'd nine runs andkmauled 
a couple of phlllle pitchers. 

Tha Olanta.won aaothar ganne at the 
Polo Orounda by taking a 4-1 vletory 
from tha Cuba. BfTMtive hatting hy 

.lackson and IJndairom. eiipeclally the 
former. who had n homer. two 
doubles and n alncle. helped th* 
Me^;rl\^ men climb Into a tie for 
fourth place with tha Cubs. 

At New York — n H K 

Chicago 3 .. : 

New York 4 10 • 

Baitarlaa: KaufBiaan aad Bartnolf: 
Oraanflald and Bnydar. 

At Phlladalphia — 

At Brooklyn — R. H. B. 

Pltuburgh . • t 

Brooklyn I t s 

Battarlaa: Kramar aad Bliifth: Patty. 
Bhrhardi aad Haf«raa< 



\' i!o»iton— 

.'^i Uoula 

Koaton 

Batterlaa: Kaan; 
onm.'' Haltahan 
ten and Siamar. 

Flrat game — 
Cincinnati' . 

Philadelphia 

Battarlaa: Donohua, 
grave. WIngo; Carlaon and Wilson, 
.Second game—- n ii. lo. 

Cint innatl 10 I fi 0 

Philadelphia ;. 10 1 

Batterlea: RUey and Hargrava; 
Pierce, Knight. Ulrieh dad Henltne. 
.\mcr1can 

M:\V VdltK. Aug. !». -The Yan- 
kee., lel.iin the mar»{m at the top of 
the American league today by de- 
feating Detroit 9-8. A terrific four 
run rally by the Tigers In the ninth 
fell short by one run of tying the 
count. Detroit- used up four pitchers 
in an effort to check the leaders 
while the Yankeea uaod three. Fea- 
tui'ea of tho gama were homera by 
Ruth and LMserrt. It was the Babo'a 
thirty-sixth circuit blow. 

Two hlR Inninga which netted seven 
runa pave 'h. in. liana a 7-5 victory 



over Wash II 



( Mevelnnd. .Walter 



Johnson pltvheil for the Senators and 
only allowed nine hits. Ave less than 
the number made by Washington, but 
he penkiltfed buhtehlng. 

Rlgney'a triple brought In two runs 
which spelled defeat for the Browns 
at .St l.oula at the hands of thO Red 
Sox Tho acore was 7-5. 

At Detroit — ' R H i:. 

New York » M I 

Detroit 8 10 0 

Matteiies: Jones, Braxton and Sev- 
ereid; Collins, Johoa, HoUoway, Smith 
and Baaaler. 

At Bt Ifoala— R. 

noeten .....<.••• 7 

8t . Loula . . , I 

Batteries: Harrlaa aad 
Kn Ik. Wlngnrd and Bchaag. 

At < •bleaKo R. 

Philadelphia 2 

Chicago 1 

Hatieries: Walberg and Cochrane; 
I.^ona and (iraboWSkl, 

At Cleveland — R. H K 

Washingtoa ft 14 

Cleveland ^ ' 1 

Batteriea: Johnaon and Ruel: Bailth. 
Miller and J. Bewail. 

QLUB STANDINGS 



H. E. 
U 1 

it t 
Ctaaton: 



H. 

10 
4 



E. 
A 



ttaad . 
FraM< 



Los Angelee 
Oakland .• 
.sacramoata 
.MiaalOh 
Seattle 
Hollywood 
Port: 
.San 



New York . 
Cleveland . 
Philadelphia 
I >etreK . . . . 
Chicago 
Waahlngten 
Ft l.oula . . 
Moaton .... 



,.....* 



EngUsh Cricket Team for Last 
Test Match Chosen 

LOM'ON Aiit: !> The tnaVe up of tt" ' '..kei team wh'.h 

will meet Auatrall.-x in the fifth and aei ie«t match to be pla\ei! 
at the Oval. London, beginning August 14. la as follows A Chap- 
man (Kent), captain; (?. Steevana (Middleaex), Rhodae (Torkahlra). 
Hobba (Surrey), Wootley (Kent). Satelirfe (Torkahira). Haadran 
(Middloaas). TMm (Saaaaa). Oeary (t«toeeteraMf«). Lanroodo (NatU). 
Brown' fHampalllre). and Bmeal Tyldeoley <Laneaahf#»). The last 

aan • ' " ' be twelfth m.in 

i h<' team chosen eomm >nH« iiiT^rr-al Sporting writera atreaa Ita 
batting atrength. as the teanf la ejir.ie.i .^n h«ing compoaed of mn- 
makoro to a man. Oenerat aatlafacttoa ia evident at the aelectlon of 
WllfrM Bh eiaa. who. name na era pa pats elalm. la the beat lefl-haaded 
bowler In Vngland. If not In the werUL Ahhoagh In hte fOrty-nlnth 
y^mr. Rhodao at praaaat haa da tho aaaaon'a bowllag avaragaa. On the 
other hand.^he e h ilee Of Chapman as capUIn la reealveri warmiT 
ruikner. In The Waetmlnater Oaaette. is more nni.poVen than hta con 

temp<trarl«w He aay* 'Obvloualy Rhodes ehon h. rea; nkipper 

I fall trt understand why Fendar. of Surrey, as the i^mi amateur eapiain 
In Rngland, hag been omitted." 



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67 
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.410 

Pet 

.64ft 

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t. Pet. 

F'lll^hurch 60 44 .677 

I.oiils 59 4» .14a 

< < InelnnatI aO 50 ..S45 

ihleago 66 M 

New York fi* Rl 62* 

Brooklyn . 52 57 .477 

Boston 44 «'! 415 

Philadelphia 40 41 .3IS 

SUKDAT'S RBSUtflPB 
coast 

Seattle S. l<oa Angelee l 
game). Loa Ahsotea a. 
(eeeond SOAO). 

Mlaalon 4, Oakland S (flrat game) 
Oakland 4. Mtaelan t (aecond game. 

Ban Francleeo I. Portland » (flrst 
game) Ban Fraaelaoo 11, PorUand 
2 (second game). 

Hollywood « .«<acrameat^ 4 (flfat 
(camei Harrsmento 2^, HoMyWOOd 3 
(aecond aams). 

Sunday's Scores at 

The Celwood Traps 

Kollowlag were the ecorea In the 
trapahaalliW eaaapoUUoM at the vic- 
toria nun Cf«h*a Bboot at Calweod 
on Sunday. Daring tha day, "poaai- 

l,le" acorea of 2 ii atralght were made 
hy John Wenger I. Horth and Max 

I .<ihhriinner Th ;a la only Wang at 'a 
• h . • ps The arerea: 
h :4 74; Charles 
.M.i> !>ohhrunner. 23. 
?i I> MeOary. 21, c 
P. Bylireater. SI; K. 
: iohs^oasor. if: W. 
ia. 



aef ond* y es r a ' 
< "olonlst • "ut 
Thomas. 74 
Robert Peden, 
Minor. 23; J. 
Haaanfrati, SO 
itu 



padon Waadleap Cap— B. 

<rati 24 24: I* Horth. S4*St: C. 
Mirior 23. J P. Sylvester. ?1; W 
It M beratone ?J D Mei;ar^ " M»» 
lx>hbraaner. 22, Charleo Thomaa. 

tir JiBB ^sg n, IS. 



TENNIS TOURNAMENT 
IS WELL UNDER WAY 



Good Matoliea Mark Opealag 
of Vletorla Oah'a Aaaaal 



A large number of matchoe were 
played yesterday In the epealng 
rounds of the Victoria Lawn Tenala 
Club'e handicap tournament, included 
In which were eeveral very eleoe onaa, 
which Indicated the good work of the 
handlcapper. Two three-aet matches 
were played in the men's open singles, 
.lonca winning from I>l«t and Mnrtln 
defeating .Vtusgrave. In the ladles' 
open event the malchcn were more 
one-sided, Miss Hope Leeming and 
Mlaa Joan Ltot being the day'e win- 
ners. 

The full Hat of results and draw for 
today follow: 

Mca'e Open fUoglea 

Tim Martin defeated B. L. Mus- 

grave, 9-T .1 fi, « 4. 

Don Campbell defeated H. A. 
lamay. 6-1, 6-2. 

Steve Jonee defeated E. H. Llat, 

t-7. a-1. a-s. 

R. Mainguy defeated B. a Walker, 
a-2. a-s. 

I.a(llo<«' Open SlnglcM 
Mlaa II. L<ecmlng defeated Miss L. 
Bryden, 6-0, a-2. 

Mlaa Joan Llat defeated Mlaa K. 
Dlaea, a-t. t-t. * 
Mea'a flMitfaoap Slngtoa 

K. Wara defeated Jaa. Gray, S-T, 
6-4. 

R. B. A. Dleapoekor defeated O. B. 
Mitchell, a-1, a-i. 

K. H List defoatod H, S..nott. 

8-10. 6-1. 

K. c. PolUrd defeated R« H. Fort. 

6-3, 6-3. 

c. u. Sllngaby defeated O. BaH. 

a-1, a-o. 

J. M. MeLonghlln defeated H. F. 

RIderton. 6-S. 4-a, a-1. 

Wm. Carroll defeated D. WIckett. 

6-4 6-1. 

H. R. Leech defeated H .S. IJeekton, 

a-2. a-2. 

O. Cunningham defeated F. B. 
Starkey, 6-2, 6-S. 

A. M. D. Falrbalm defoatod v. 
Ware. a-4. a-1. 

liadlea' Haadksap SiMlea 

Mra. Verley defoatod Mlao K. Dines. 

a-s, a-4. 

Mlaa P. Hodglns defeated Mloe J. 

Woodmas, a-1. 5-7, 

Mlaa V. Rithet defeated MIm S. 
Parr, a-4, 3-4, 7-6. 

Man's Haadleap Doahlae 

Leslie and Carroll defeated Walton 

and Christy. 6-4, 6-6. 



T.lst 
Miss 



Mlaa P. Jackson and Miss J 
defeated Miss Muograve and 
IJnir (i 4. )» « 

Miss Woodmas and Mlaa Bryden 
defeated MigaM IL asd IL CSsisbell. 
a-2, a-4. 

MlOe D. Riaee and MMa V. Rithet 
defeated Mra. Prloo aad Mlaa K 
DInee, a^s. a-a. 

MliMl Handicap DoaMae 

Mian Woodmaa and U Baeklar de- 
feated Mr. and Mra. BoektOn, l-a. 6-4. 

MIsa Miller and BHc Martin de- 
feated Mr and Mrs. B. Olltesple. 6-2. 



'"an CSmpI 



.Miss H l eeming and J. Ma^n de 
feated M-^ uickaby aad i. Cadsew 

a-a, s-a, ii-t. 

Draw for 

^ V " '< ie»n CSmpbell 

.Mlaa Ran- \t Hambly VS. Mlse D 
RInes. Mla^ K Hall va Miss L. Bry- 
den; Mlaa H. Campbell va. Mra. Jaa. 
McDonald: Mra. Parlay aad MIm 
Miller r*. Mra. M. T. and Mkm Mataon 
Mlaa Creaaa aad F. B. Biarfcoy v. 
Major and Mra. B a fl ad aa t B. BerrUl 
va. D. WIckett. 

5 p m. — S. Jones and R. Martin vs 
Whit taker and Liat; Beaktea and 
Starry va. BH a ga b y aad Oray; MMehall 
and ailleeple va. Mogg aad Fort: 

r>lespecker and Oonnaaon va. Pollard 

and C;theldii. I.eerh nnd r>alhy vs. 
Edsell and Klett. Meredith and Maln- 
Kiiy va Cimpbell and Miff leaglilia . S. 
Ulll va Eric McCallum. 

a p.m. — Mlaa Parr aad O. Cuaa Ing- 
ham va. Mlee Caee and Elderion, MIm 
r Jackson and Mogg va mim Gor- 
don and S Wright Mr* Price and 
Mitchell va Mr and Mrs. T. Malaon. 
Mtas Itaas and T>le«p«rker vs. Mra 
Leeaiag aad Waltoa; Mra- CMIIeapia 
aad MeredHh ee. Mb* Laing add fl 
B. Mlirhell Min. P Wilson and 
T-e*eh \-% Ml** M»'.r,r, »nd Fort. Mlaa 
^' ^^r,p ,'irll^ .. M-.« Prvden 

d Christ), A M. L). Kairbalra va 



1 an 
i J. 



HARD COURTS TENNB 
OPENS AT EDMONTON 

iwPMQNTON, Aug. ». Scattered 

howera lat o rfered to aome extent with 
the asMlMT day^ dtmam at the Weot- 
ern Canada hard oaart teaale taarna- 

ment being played at the Olenora 

Club of this city on Monday A num- 
ber of tiiuti lieK. )i.>»< \ei wrri ej 
a lid .-"e V er:i 1 of 111,- f .i \ «i r 1 1 1- - i » . n e 
I'liiluiill ;e.s 1. 1 ilien f..' Ill W 

llHltlsun. of Wiiiiiipri: puiirU with 
W .S. Waugh. Ilir new Alberta cham- 
pion, played their flrat game agalat 
the at BhS am laaal teaaa af Oarrlo aad 
liaaa^ winning a-1. a-S. 

WMgfct and I.ewls. the other Winni- 
peg te.i:ii lii.Mt Im iti.- ( .ilK.iry team of 
.siu.iit .\iiiif rson. ti-4. i-7, 6-J. 

There was only one aurprlse In the 
men's alnglaa during the day, tha da- 
feat of Elmle Aaderaea. oC Calgary, by 
J. Uusaphrtaa. a local hay. by CO. t-l. 

GOOD PLAY WITNESSED 
IN ESQUIMALT TENNIS 



Mca'a 



Ass 



Bt««m Oeea «a lliree 
ind A. 

t-a.s^s-« 



Th' re.Hiure of the play during the 
week-end In tha KagalBialt iannia 
tournament waa the moa'a daablea. 
played at tha BUM* eoarta, h i t wae a B. 
Stoeh had A. Baauby aad C. Chtrke 
and C. Turner. The play waa- very 
cleee throughout featured by tha bril- 
liant rallies in ^v t > ' larke predomi- 
nated. The ^^lk^ .-v. II. n. r r i lub has 
generously donated riallenga 
cupa. one for the ladiea MinKlea con- 
aolation. ond one for the men's singles 
co n eaUtla n . Teoterday'a reautta and 
teday*a daaw la aaaa na ood. 

^an4ay'a Rcwlta 

Men's Doubles — B. Stock and A. 
Rumagy won from C. Clarke aad O. 
Turner, 7-», l-a, I -a. 

Moa'a Mngiee — R. Stork wea from 
c ciaflM^ « 

Monday a llcttulta 

Moa'a Slnglee— H. Dav«y Wea from 
C. Taraar. a-2. 6-3 

Man* Doubles. Semi KInal - Dr. Mc 
Cslluni and H. Davey won from O. 
Rumaby and W. Peden, 3-6, 7-1. 



' Moa'a Coaaolatloa SInglea. at St. 
Paul's, a: 10 — L. Kali vs. H. Turner; 
<; liumsby va SL M. DsrUat* 
At Hlllcrast — 

Man'a Conaolatlaa Btnglea. • pja. — 
H. Bourne. Jr. ve. A. McVane. 

I.Adiea' Conaolatlon Singles, 3 p.m. — 
Mrs. Aylmer va M r.i Kent-Kawkes. 

Men's Doubles, 6 p.m. — Uout. Maln- 
Kuy and J. Motaoa Va. B. Stock and A. 
Rumaby. 

Mixed Doublee, 1:11 p.m.— Miw B. 
HarriN and c Taniar VB. MM BfFdoa 

and J . M a f •.>n 



Port Alberni Drawff 
With ParkavilU in 
Inter-Club TennU 

PARKSVILLB. Aug. ». — On Satur- 
day afternoon the Pert Alberal Tee- 
nia Club played a match asilaat the 
ParfcavUla Teaato Chib. Tho roaalt 
waa a draw af tee ■satehoe all after 
■ame escallaat taaala. Tha following 
lo tho eoora. with the Port Albaml 
team ment r t n > 



LsMUea' i>o«hlea 
Mra. BlaakaiafB aad Mra. fwairBa 



leat to Mm Wsa tmi 

4-a. s-a. 

Mia. Hanna and Mlaa Blf^ won 
/ram Mra. Msv and Mlaa Faaatard. 
l-a. 7 

Mixed IXmbiM 

Mra. Blaekmora and Swayna loat \n 
Mrs. Wair and Motlllet. 3 6 5 6 

Miss Bird and Denny lost to .Mrs 
Forbe^i and Thwaites. 6-i. 4-6. J-6 

Mrs. Swayna and Vattghan best 
Mlaa Paae f ard aad Balsht. ••4, l-a, 

7-S. 

Mra. Hanna and Hansen loat te 
Mra. May and Bourke. a-1, a><. 
Moa'a DoaMca 

Vaughan and Hwayne bOSt MoflNot 
and Thwaltea. 6-3. 6-4. 

IJen ny and Hanaen bflht XSlfht ahd 
nourke. 4-1, 3-a, a-4. 

Vaughan and Swayno heat Bourke 
and Knight. •'*■ 

Denny aad Haaoea loot ta ItoUUot 
and Thwaltee, a-S. ff-l. 



SPEED ARTISTS TO 
RACE WEDNESUAY 



t\ii i vii.i.r \i Mill ) in rvKl 



ToUl of Thlrty'Two 

Avail tlx sinner'-. <.ua 



Knlrles totalling thirty -two )i;tva 
been received for the moastei i > rie 
meet to be held oa Vlctorla'a cinder 
traafc at the Mapal athlatlo Park. Wed- 
naaday. Augaat 11. Malalaad eatrlee 
will Include aueh woU-kaeera lidere aa 
I> 8ui .' < lui. who woa fhe Coloalat 
ra. e t-e.iaon*. D. Cook. D. Mc- 

I i..i,t\ II Ntiiiiii \\ l-'ftat .iiid L. 
.Mart horl. I heae inleijf .ire rated aa 
the top notchers In ii< oii\ or and on 

Wadaeeday they win be out to ahow 
their tvood te the fana la competltloa 
with aboat twaaty-Sve looal rldera, 
Tho eatry IMt. H Ik eUlHMd. euipaaaaa 
that af aay agrela meet held in thla 
elty. and with the track in Srat-claas 
condition, nothlnic but auccesa can 
,crown the efforts of the ofTlciala In 
maklns: thi« an ouisianding feat in ilir 
history of bicycle racing In the Prov- 
ince. 

la eome of tha evenu the entriea 
are eo heavy that two or poaaibly three 
heata will have to be rua off. In the 
one mile noviea race no leas than 
eighteen racers will face the starter 
In different heats. The two mile 
han.lii .iii n III have two hejt-t with 
twenty two riders. In the quarter of 
a mile open, thirteen of the best riders 
In the Province will await the atartor'a 
gun. In the ona mile open, ifloon 
rtdOra will eirele the tvaok fohr tlinoo. 
Tho hair moo haadloaf^ win n«ad two 
heats to allow the tweaty-four eoBf. 
petlters to ahow their a peed. In tlid 

obstacle race h aaveSSlMldlMtaiag*- 

two heat* will t>e necaseary. 

Compeiito'* (re reminded that every 
event will start promptly on the eet 
tima. Riders are warned to be ready 
ee aa to eliminate any waiting. 



ViaORlA CRICKETEM 
OVER WHELM ALBIOWS 

Qinagpla aad Oraaa Bi 
Oattlag PartMcrsMp far Wli 

Fhe Dona Hat TVlr* 

Victoria Cricket C'luh defeated the 
Alblons on Saturday In their leaaoe 
cricket match by two wieketa and 120 
runa. Verrall and nrant bowled well, 
getting the Alblene out cheaply far 
7t. Jordan made .the nioeet oateh 
aeen on the Jubilee Meepltal ground 
thla year to dla^ooe of Mataoa. Arst 
man in for Victoria, aad Ptto die- 
tingulahed himself with a hat trick. 
OlUesple and Orant made the runa 
for Victoria. CllK^spie wk,'< h trifle 
shaky at the atnrt of hla Innings, but 
hit hard after he g.>t aat. Grant went 
after tha runs and gat thOSI. The 
full acorca follow: 

Albiona 

H. LothOby. b Verrall • 

C. O. Moltaioyla. b Verrall IT 

N. F. Pile, b Otaat « SI 

t 
7 
S 
0 
6 
3 
1 
• 
II 



A. H. Adantf, c Whipple, b Matsoa 

E. D. Freeman, b Verrall 

n. B. Hope, b Orant 

H. W. Thomaa. h Verrall 

P.. A. Wilcox not out 

K. Robinson, b \erial! 

F Jordan, c Whipple, b Orant... 

H. Rultan. b Ofaatt 

Bztraa ..j...... •...«•,««».. ^ • 



Velal 



i 9 » » • m ' Tft I 



J. 

J. 

J. 

r; 

T 

< • 
I. 

T 
F. 



Matsan. c Jordan, h rreoman . . f 

Rtthot. o aad b Proemaa. II 

H. Olllaeple, e MclUae^le, b 

PIte la 

I r;rsnt < Thonnaa, b PIte... 78 

Whipple, b .\dama 1 

Whipple e Thomaik b AdasMi. . IS 

Wallace, b PIte • 

Halket, h PIte • 

Barbor-Btprkoy. aat o«t..*>* * 

• seoeoteeooesoossS* SaM* ^ 



Tata! (ter I vtefeoM) . f N 

a. s. La Mar *M rwnn did 

not bat. 



O, 
.IS 

r. 

Victoria — 

Jordan 

, D. Froonuui 

I M. AdasM* 
> IT, Vfto • . • » • 



Alblons — 
Mataon 

Verrall . . . • *y . . • 
Orant Vi**»*** i>f 
O. 
6 

11 
1.4 
4 



I a a a a e 



1 

a 

4 

W. 

A 

s 
I 

4 



R. 
IS 

ta 
M 

R. 
a: 
aa 

SI 

4a 



Sportive Punches 



Well done tho BrttlMi Coivmbia erlckotera. Mere'a the old Un a c^s. 

gratahttloao oa a rory eaaislou eletary ssd a Tory aotabia achievement. 

e e e a e a 

.mi matehea snd every one a clean win wftbOUt a single drawn match, 
or anvthing In the nature of "playing out UhM** tO ao^O a defeat, la a vaiV 
refreahlng piece of ericke' hiaiorv ihe#ie dapO 9t leagdrawa aat baWSS PSV* 
formancee and averlaating abandonments. 




• e e e e e 

RuggeetlaMI aad comments on the lengihlness and unsallsfactoriness of 
modern flrat-claoa f7) cricket continues to pour In In the Old 'L'n'a eerrea- 
pondenje They sre hereby duly acknowledged, slthoueh ther« ggg gp masy 
snd they are ea lengthy that it la impoaaibla to print them all. 

• • • e • • 

A very aataiaa gSBHatlaw ia tho aoe af poaaUleo. oaeh aa aaaaUag oe 
many r«aa ta «Ba fidM«« iMd tor ooavy w l i ea ovar. h«t hi asr 
the maktas of a oear# It peaa m ai la agalnai tB« real opirH of tha 

• ••see 

»-.i,a)iir T '■ ■ ' • -•i>'n»rni. a If hte drlflment In any 

tM which ihcy are onrd. iix.nch iinrnnanatHy In s n mr ge n sra M Bppian 
I alOBS wHHoat ttfteaa. 

a • • • • e 

... iriekot. hmmm^ oamoa to bo aeored with "palate" Uke a aard 
game, Inelodlng eo a^sr far what rea do aad ee niaay far what year 
eppoaoato da aat da, l aa t a H af hy rasa laada la aataal pMy. then It le 
** saaao ^ ^ ^ » » o 

MRANWHII.r THR CANADIAN PBOTUietAL TEAMg HAVE nH'>^^ 
i:s HOW A RBALLT IMTBRBBTfMO AlfD BPORTIRO TOUBWAMB.NT 
CAR STOX BB PLATBD. THANKS VBRT MUCH! 

• e e e e e 

That meat be a tofilbte hvaad of leaaa hh io tho Okaaagaa SaatliBBiro 

are dtahing out to their ewMemera <er iBMUtd one eay clienta. or patiOatoT) 

when 'he- sea a real Ihre SBA SBRPBNT In their beautiful lake. 



We re beard of land-locked salmr.r 
water, hst wo aoear hoard of a Und-lo<->. 




whirh paaa their Uvea in freeh 
>> serpent bOfWrO. 
• e 



M «M «p w4Ch 



CoaM ta B.C aad 



try («r a freah water aea 



eerpeat. 

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THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA. B C, TUESDAY, AUGUST 10.H926 



Just Touch 




an tmamathetie^ 
StopM all paim 
~ in 3 ■Tonr/i - 



WORKS lilM 
of cora^ ae mmHtr bmr oM. 
wImt* U jfc how bad it harts. One 
toadi aaa the pain goe». Almoct 
anbcHcrablc Then the corti ihrireU 
up and fO€». A scientific way that 
dancer*, walkers, actors, doctort 
and millioaa uae. Beware of imi- 
tatort. Gel the real "(.eti It" at 
icadtng drug »torea everywhere. 

Mad* tn Canada 



Rating at Calgary 

CA\/^K^^\ . Auc 'I Thi.f L.HK 
^^lol« ,1 liil t he <l<'i \ , V I. ' oi V , ,r I ' . ti, 

I Mint in ih" .Speed tlandJcap, the fea- 
ture event, featurad Um MMnd dar'a 
rMias oc tn* Fall BiMt at Cklaeok 
Jeckap Clan tkia aftM«oaa Mart an 
iMMMualljr lars* crowd. 

ttf fcigg — t prtea of th* aftaraeen 
waa f •t.69 for a atralcbt .bat whi>n 
LAdy B«rrilldon won tha Mcond race 
Bugler waa an outalder In winnlns 
tha B«veath race, the mutuala paying 

\ltf.tO atralCht, whtla ft*. 45 atralcht 




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lovirci you to another. 
I>Hnk Blue Bird when, 
erer you're thirsty. 
Drink it with yo«a Bia«la. 



f Mbre'cMiefoHf ffciiii 

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M ITI.V « O. 

l.«inon«l|«. Whiaile, Hlr»« Raot 
Hf»r. <lr»»n Rlv#r. 
aichanUen Wrvrt 



I 



at^a 9ald wh.en Iteir 

MT WtantnK th alxth 
The Rcauiia 

Ftrat race. $400, three year oi<i5 
and up five furlonaa I. Mlaa Trau- 
Und. &S.>S. II &0 $2 4k; Z, Marvtlle 
U.. |7.»*. la.lfti S, Lady Harrlgan. 

|S.4f. Tla^ l:ft l-f. 

■•coat raaa, puraa I4M, flva far- 
loBga. alt agaa I. Iia4y BarrtMaah 
t«*.lo, IlLU. ft.M: S. Muuka IU»> 

Ida, II. SS. 11.26; S. Soma Baby. |«.S». 

TirTi»>. ) o; 2 5 

Third rare, purBP |400. threw-year- 
olila iin<l up. tlx furlonisM 1 An 
selinH. }« ir>. »tio, $2.70, ;:, >■ lyinK 
I'rlnceax. }<0.., }2.M* It MaWtaCk. 
7S Time I I 7 

lourth rni f. $400 I h ree r ol<l« 
.inrl ni> seven furli>nK» I. -M V\ K k 
$7 :in $3. $3: An lc*-v..ir. JJ " > 
12,10. a. Kinatl<-. $4 r. Tim.- i :n i 

fifth raea, »&oo. .sp.>eri Hiin,ii...p 
for all aCM. llva aad on>' h.iir u>r 
loaaa— 1. Ramatat. li.Cft. 1 3 ' t > 
S. Braache Olrt, %tM, S. iUm- 

ebaaiaha. t2.»». Ttma, 

Sixth ra©«. |4«». thfaa-yaar-^lda 
and up. Ilva furlaaga— 1. Faar Croaa 
|:«4',, $7 110, 14.11: S. Hajr flawar. 
(4 $3 10. 3, Toombairta. |t.7«. 

I I 3 - 

,srv»-nth r.i. -•, $400. threr-yaar-olda 
-iv<1 up. rnlle 1, Huk'let $:2 30, |l.(», 
lb. JO, < aflmn.- $4 ... »2.I6; I. 

Devar. $ • lo Time i i4 

ANNUAL SPORTS 
DAY AT SIDNEY 

IA>CAJ>i r AFTCRB TWO DOT OF 

ni'll > I V KNTS — nil 
It I. .si I, TS IN III. 

i.-^^tp»«H mid .Sidney I'ia/ lu ii\c- 
"ft Top-Notdi 
yiatara 





8IDNBT, Aug. f .— la tha aaaual 
field aporta day held at tha Wu 

Memorial Park on Uraron Avanua, 
today, the h)i-al .ithleif« lopped two 
out of three of the < veni» In a Junior 
lacrosse game thi' .Sidney boyn took 
tha meaaure of th** oaUUnda Hchool 
of VletoHa by {i 7-1 acore. In a very 
aplrUed game, wtth the eateame al- 
wHp^ 4i| 4mtbt. 

Id aa Intermediate flstvre the 
irsqulmalt «ti' khandlers played to a 
u :> riritrr Mftainxt the local ladB. In 
,1 t .•.. t .t ixiui.- Sidney took the 
meaaure of Fulford by a 10-8 acore. 

Dlaplaylnr aorre nf the beat lacroaoe 
alinawtd hare for aome time, the 
▼Mtlac ■ I q a I m a 1 1 intermediate 
laereaM team held the local* to a l*i 
acore at the War Memorial Park. Ilia 

rn<1 r.f ihe f •■' .|ij,trt»>r Haw the Vlel- 
li)r« on thr iiKh; f nd of a 2-0 acore. 
In the nei nnd <iu>irter Sidinvv evened 
the count, and the ^i-orr- "tood 3-2. 

In the third quarter the teama went 
oa a aoerlag bee and no leaa than five 
%a«ata«| were chalked up, the vlaltora 
gettlas thraa -aad th* looala two. ThI* 
made the aaar* ■heek read 1-4 la 
favor of th* vialtor*. Tk* laat quarter 
waa productive of aome good lacroaae, 
wtth the locain flKhtinit hard for the 
victory they .^leenied unable to obtain. 
Thr laat frw mlnuten of tk* game aaw 
.Sidney regiater the tlelag counter. 
Thia ended the eeorlns for the game, 
aad n^haa th* final hlfti *f the 
whistle halted the play, oae of the 
heKt aamen witnee**4 hara far Mkair 

,1 moon wan over. ' 

In (I heavy hlttlnif baseball pamc 
In whlrh the visitors used two 
■pitchers, the Fulford Harbor nine fell 
to defeat ai Mip -hAndfi . *«. th* local* 
b}r a *o*ni. D. 4eett, who «tart*d 
on the taoalMI, e*uatf the going too 
heavy, and waa yanked Ijn favor of 
Douglas. Lines and W. Croesley 
croeaed the hrime plate for two runa 
apiece, an i i.iti.i Himpson. Wllltama. 
McSlel. P. Mil and Robin aecoanted 
for one run For the Fulford Harbor 
Bine. laharwood with twtt r«a* to hi* 
•radit lead the hMUra: KaswMl. r. 
Morri*. K. Morria aad Raykbld* 
aoorad en* apiece. 

The teama were 
Sidney • Po.nltlon Kulford Hbr 

^^r^fn . catcher Cooksey 

^' ^'■"'f pitcher WlUlama 

"•"Ki'" pitekar ,. 

^1<^<1 lat kaaa Maxwell 

W. Croaaley. . . Sad baaa ... P. Morria 
M. Slmpaon.. Srd -baae . . Iwherwood 

R. Harvey e.a n. .Morris 

nohlnaon ...... r.f Hrvnolda 

cf. Ackormaa 

1^1 i.f. Dmay 

EapdmaU WIU Mcvi 

YJf.CA. Nine Tonight 

Soft ball leanijf Oxtiirea for tOBigkt 
re: 

Section "A -T. If. C. A. m Bi^at. 
niftit. at Central Park; Kavy Bry- 
ant'a Bluebird*, at Caatean ground*. 

■•etlofi F*iil Bay-ve. Bapcoa. 



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Cootrai Bokfd or by -tilt 0»»«rninent of r , i, cr 




CaaMiaa 

Waat Park. 

Hactlon "("'.iwTillleaaaa vi. Wilaoa 
nroa . at Heacon Hill; Pllmley h 
Kiichle va. Y M < A. at Central 
PallD Sena nf RngUnd a by«l 

fWUare Cl aas w 
Whaa th* T. M. C. A. aad th* a*. 

tral Park toafght fa th* featar* gaia* 
of the eoft ball laagve programme, 
the triple tie that ia now egiating for 

tht' premier poettlon In the "A" sec 
imn will he t>rok>-n The Htlhrenta 
will l>.- out of a< (loa owlnK lo Injuries 
If I >i| 11 1 ma l! r.»n lower the colorn of 
\y\f \ M <■ A. they will be aectlon 
l«(i d'-i ..1 for .1 few d«yn al leSKl At 
! hi- I ,irile< ri j;rounds thr .Navy will he 
hi>.«(j( Ici Hryant n Bluehlrdw Tbeae 
if-ani.* are fairly evenly matched and 
.1 good game ahould t>e the re*ult. 

In the "B" acdtioa th* Onwagoe*. 
who ha««,baaa eettthgHh* pace, have 
the AadrcgJM a* jlh«lf opponent*. The 
lattar olah'ia J«i*t-o|M gam* behind 
the Onwafa** aad viptory tonight for 
the AndrMh* Wilt-tie. op the** duba 
for the section leadership. Foul Bay. 

who l.iji! week lip-iei the dope by de 
fr.iiin^- III.' I'ameron l.uniber Tli;er«. 
will have ihf Hapron aa their oppn 
n.'ni,'. ,1 1 Koiil H.i V Tlie HudfonH H.i.v 
HP'I 111.- I'.iriK-ron Lumber 'rit;er.H will 
r <>inr>l<'l' the •Jl" sei-llon .tnd will 
will nietl at \'i(torla Wejtt Park 

In the "C" eection ih« 'riiipurna 
aad Wilaen Bro*, ^l »ettu- iheir iittle 
argamaat at B a ac aa HUL PUmley * 
Ritehl* aad tha r.'M. C.>A. "B" wOl 
ronad out th* «flull aiagiaiai* af aeft 
ball flxturea for tdntglit. • 

HcorcH of Colwood 

Caddies' Competition 

Following. 1* tk* complete Hat of 
acorea In* the caddie*', .cdmpetitloii 

played at the Colwood QoUaaA 
try Club on Saturday: 

Hep. 

f. Hemeon II 
K. .McLeod 20 

K. Cumnlag* •■•...j.... t% 

Fottar «••.••«••••• « \% 

H. Reld scr. 

K. Carlow !• 



M. laatt. Blr F. BanaaN. Wm Bar- 
ward. J. A Rayward. O. A. Itopklaa. 

g. . Tarry, c. H- Blrala aad Jaha 
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RAGING STARTS AT 
WILLOWS SATURDAY 

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f>n .Saturday next the rai inK "cene 
will shift tf> The Willows, one of the 
very best half mile ovals In the T*r>- 
niinlon of Canada. The track at the 
Willowa la much taaUr than tha^al- 
lag at Calwaad »ark. aM whUa It I*' 
a twtc*.ara«ad. aA»a varr ItM tliaa 1* 
sure to be rerlstered dUrlllC tha Ulth-' 
comlhg meeting 

Quite a inmiher of <las8y horses 
whU h diBiiUyed their nuallty at Hast- 
incn Park, the, half mile track on the 
MainUnd hut which were abaent at 
" oiwood, w ill he seen In action at the 
Wtllowa. Thr*e 0f (ha half-mUa track 
champlan*. Jay Rah*rt«. Townaoad. 
aad^Oraat Finiaher. will be aeen at 
their best durlnitr the comlnK meeiinK 
In ffi' t iherf- will be many hlKh-<-l«B.i 
steeda performing at ttic WlUowa dur- 
ing the aevan daya* raalag mi that 
track. 

' ABrth* h s w a* ti^leh rae*d at Col- 
weo^wwlll h* at th*^Utows. aad th*** 
will b« augni*Bt*d by several ship- 
ments from Vancouver. Racing Ser 
retary LeiRhton expecta to have about 
four hnndriil t horouKh hredji with 
uhoh to fill his racing programme 

for the •*v*a day% bojUaalt Aa- 

guat 14. 

¥h* aaik* •fllelala w)ilch handled 
the LadM<(waa |Park, Bhighoued Park 
Haatlnga aad 'CaHiPeod Park meeUnfcs 
will huve c*atre| at the Willows, 
which la a guarantee that the local 
racing public will be served wlth*th* 
very beet there la In the sport. 

There will be the uaual ■*v*a racee 
each day with a dally haadtoap which 
will brteg Hg o th o r th* 



KiiraoTOif stucbi TEHinS 

Naoiber nf rinM< Mairhew Played ii^ 

idll^P < lull iollfll, — ^- 

Now In I'rogrci 



TODAY'S RADIO 



Uood prograas wa* mad* o?«r th* 
week-end la th* KtegMaa Btraat Tan- 
ni* Chih haadlcap tagraaaiaat, ra. 
saltlag la th* foftowtag aeer**: ' 

Men's Singles 

Freeman (-liVk) beat R. Oil** 
(-Klf). 7-1. t.l. 

A. W. Melntyre (-11^) beat I. 
Temple (-1BH), 4-1, 4-4, 4-4. 

Phillip., < 15 beat A. W. Ha- 
Intyre (-UH^. 4-3. 4-1. 

Phtinpa (-1IH beat B. D. Free- 
man C- 15% ). 0-7, 6-4. 

H. Renwlck ( 415) beat H. B. 
WUtar (-16 H ), 6-4. 6-s, 
lauUaa' Single* 

Mr*. Tnnar <-S4) beat Mlaa Peacy 
fsrr.). 4-8, 4-2. 

M\^ Kennlnr < L'i H > beat Mlaa 
Oavlaa (-Vi ».t. 
MUeU I>oubies 

Mrs. lamar and Tsmay <-S0> beat 

frogrammc •/ I^nnupal W»»ktm \ 



CHI , \ l<-(<>rlA,,B.C. (a3».a) — 3 p.m., 

Hudson H Bay C*. sttMIe 990- 

gramme. 

c»X7Q. Vaaoamar, B.C. (dllao)— IS- 
S:S4 p.m., radio daalarg, pro- 
gramme. S.SO, variety ^ogramnie. 
1: 14-4: SO, C. H. Jonea dk 80a. eoar- 
teey programme. 5:80-4. nawg. \ 
8-1:80, address by I>r McRae. 
10:10-11 30, dance proicramme. 

<IDC, Van<-ouTer. B.C. (41 Im.) — 
10:30-1 1:30 a.m., "Shut-Ina" pro- 
gramme. 6-4:S4 p.m., newa and 
studio pregramm*. 4.|4-T:S0. 
Capitol Theatr* orgaa. t:l4, 
studio program m* of vocal and In- 
Btrumental numbers. 0:34-10-80, 
Tlrkleloe Dance Orrhenfra. from 
Wlnfr i;:<rA'r\, rourtesy Rohrrt«on 
1 • . «d. 

CNKR, firglna. Sask. (S12..tm.) - 
KIddiea' Beiliin.f story by Aunt 
Jenny; studio programme by Ra- 
gina Night Hawk* Orch**tra. 

omtY. TMeeaver. BjOL (Wlat.)— 

. t.S4 pjB., Arat aaahr*raary pro- 
gramme of CNRV, tb be presented 
by fTie following artlata: The Rout- 
ledge-Smlth Quartette, assisted by 
Miss Margaret Redes, ai companlst; 
the Mrlntyre .StrlnR (jTiari(-tie. as- 
sisted by Mrs. Colin Mcl^ean, so- 
prnno soloist. Tha Appollo Quart- 
ette. Ramona Rambert. aoprano 
soloist; Marguerite Illllcoat. con- 
tralto aotolst; Paul KbrUch, vioUn- 
iat (mosleal baeh*l*r); James 
Todd.,, plaalet; L**ll* OraMmlth. 
plaalat aad B*wgH*or; th* Two 
Jaofc* la comedy and popular nuni- 
bera: J^ek Tmatfaad. teaor solo- 
Hf: Pnllas and HSMOf, BaWallaa 
f^'.ultHr artists. 

ROA, BcnTcr, Colo. (832. 4m.) S JO 

pni P'--\<f PulT.f "^'Mln^ ')rrhe«i- 
trs ' i.ri hox 

KOWW. Uall» Walla, Waah. (aft«m.) 
7-7:30 p m., weather, markets, 
home helpe aad ra c lpca I p.m., 
■tadlo pragraMiM. Id-lt p.m., or- 

KVO. Baa lyMMdaea, €tf, (dMJag.) 

4:80 p.m.. States Restaurant Or. 
cMaatro. 7-7 10 p m.. Rudy Selger'a 
Orrheatra. X p.m.. studio pro- 
rramme. % p.m . Mona Motor Oil 
Trio and (Sypny and Marta. har- 
mony team. 10-11 p.m., Palace 
Hotel Raae lUam Oiaaca Orortii 
tra. • 

KQW. Baa Joae, CaL (Hlak)— 4:80 
p.m., farm flaah**. eiwpa aad *alla, 
Cailfomla Farm B«r«a« avaalag 
radia a*war w*atk*r reporta, aiall 
bag. farm toplea, editorial talks. 

KTAB. Oaklaad. Oal. (S40m.) - 7 

7 80 T» m . sboppinir Vix'ir 8-10. 

RH.t. lio.. \ii(rrl.-,. ( al (40K >m.) 
4.30 p.m., children's proRranime 

7 46. uik on "Dogs. " studio 
pfogramme. ••It^ 



Kn. Las Aa0rtM, CM. (dtTak)— 
4:4l-r am« ¥iionalhhf Clan^ 
heaHh tmlalag nsndmi. T:ll<*t:M, 

Pep cnaaa. heelih training. T:4t, 
I-aaybonee' ciajM, health training. 
8 1 SO. Cheerio Dally Rtrength. 
S 30 p m , Uendeivoud Pallroom 
< » r- h '•Ri f a S . K K I r i « ' i v .1 < c tr» 
« 1 h. Kir P ^dl.-> Tr » » .-i < , 1,1^ 
* 3 0 p 1 1 • <- - 1 a n d I o ! h 1 1 ■ " « ( -. 
Dr John T VlUer Hu"c-,r. "mure 
ArnniMj the World " \ •^elnU^ 

Ballraam Oteksatra. 1. Screen 
ArthM^ Qaaftati*. t. oampoaara* 
haar. Sd-11. I^ekard Radla Civ\ 
fiilUBj praariaaat radio atafsi 
UfX. M^ipgai, CM. (SSTakH-dlijN 
P m- Atwatar K*at Orc h sa w a. T. 
p tn , coartMV pragramn»«. 7 41 
P m . health talk 4 n nr eo a r t eay 
pmrrsmme 1* r • Pny ^P|pfe 
Cocoanut Orove Or' h _^ | 



KTCU .Scaulc. Wa.«h. (30&.Pn) — 
0:80-0:40 a.m.. morning laapifa- 
tional senrlc**. •:4t-10:i|.. raad 
bull*tiaa, lUaIck'* Beag Bkap, 
"Juaalta** gkopplnT Tour," United 
Stat** weather report. 8-9 p.m.. 
lateraatlonal Plbl- students* Asso- 
ciation proirramnic. 9 3 tn itrm- 
Ick's Hone .Shop. 

KFOA. He«l(le. Wnnh. (4.-.4."<m) 
10-16:30 a.m . home makr-r. half 
hour. 10 30-1 1 LS. Cheerio to the 
Shut-ins. cioslna Seattle quatatlona. 
12:30-1:80 p.m., Kfwaals Oub 
luncheon programwa. 4:il-s, 
Time** "Aft*ni4»aa dd Mam*," •To- 
daya JUdpa." f .If 9.1a. Atwatar 
Kaat Beys, ahlldraa's pragramme. 
4:11 p.m.. eperta aSd amusement 
revue. 4 45 p m.. American Insti 
tute of Banking. 8 p.m., aporta 
talk. 8:15 p.m.. studio prograiklBa. 
8:45-10. atudio programme. 

KFWR. HoOywwid. CM. (SSlia.)— 
4-7 p.m./ Faatlac Sis Olaaar Hoar, 
faatarlBff »ar Bailey** THa. 7. 
eourtacgr programme. f*atartiw the 
Morola Oreheatra and a*sl«tlnr art- 
ist*. 7:80, courtesy progr 

featuring the Auburn Orrh'ura 
and aaslstina xoioints 8, news 
items. * 10 Kiiidlo programme, 
featuring Match and his or- 

chestra, with «/<«lntln)f nrlista. 9-10. 
Raquel NIeto. coloratura soprano; 
Bill Hatch's orcheatra; lateraa- 
tlonal Trla: Mhar Whita. ld:l«- 
11. newa itenM, fellowaA bf War* 
nar Bree.' FroUe. 

JUrwt, ■ c Py w o ad. CM. ( M i ai .) — is- 
1 a.m., Paul Kein's Trovatora Or- 
eheetra. 

KGO. Oakland. Oal. {SOI. am.) «- 

6 R.S pm. con< ert hv M^tn'n Little 
Symphon\ <" ho.,'ra, playing In 
Hotel Wh an Francisco. 
4:64-7:80, ii< »«. « eather report/ 
baaakall acoree. cloaiag *tOek re- 
port*. 8. Bvaready programme. 
Oakland Stadlo. foatarlag tha 
RlckMty-Raeketty Badla M i a- 
■tr*ki: Th* B lr on* f Mai* Quart- 
ett*. and the Valencia Trio s io 
The nirrlms* Honr presented by 

' ' ' ' ompany. 
H<«U, Portland. <>rr. (491.ftaa.) - %■! 
p.ak. dinnar concert. 7. children's 
programme, by the Atwatar-Kent 
Boys. "X>oug" aad Frad Richard - 
aea, broadcaat '■haaHaaaoarty with 
KFOA. Scattl*. 7:S4-7:4I. w*ath*r. 
mark*t and police report*, newa 
Itema and sport, nir results. 8-10, 
educational programme, with miisir 
by the Allcl.i McFlroy Htrlnr 
(Jusrfelte 10 12 Merman Konln'n 
•! »r"^^ cr. ftf-.fn ftn.1 ) n f #r IT . I u.l on 

- . ..... !-, . 

K ritl. lioe Anaelrts. 4 at. (ae4m.) — 

7 16-8 pm.. Aunt Martha'a chil- 
dren'a hoar. 8-9, stadlo pro- 
gramma.^ 

B:M-« pja.. Tha Bea (mL* Bavtow. 
book chat, baaeban ggptaa. d-T. 
Davenport Hotel concert orchestra. 

7-S. rhaae Rnglneering Company, 
p r aeentlng an hotir of "Moaa t'ov- 
ered Melodiee " 9 1 ft eoarteay 
i^mirmmme. 10. time elgnala. II- 

orr-in 
Theatre 





44 



lOU'LL ALWAYS FIND 
"BLACK & WHITE^'alcadcr 
in the smart clubs where the 
whi9ky of age and reputation ia 
Hie choice of men w1k> demand a 

high standard of excellence. 

"BL.ACK & WHITK" U bottled in our 
own bonded warehouses in Scotland and 
it<: iin<:iirpaMed jquaUt]!^ ia uirifarm tht 
world over. 



Janes Bucnanan ft Co.. Ltd.. Glas«ow ft London 

BLACK & WHITE 

SCOTCH WHISKY 



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This adverti^emetit Is not publithtd Or displayed bjr the Liquor Control Bbsrd or by th« GovwmmbI 

of British Columbia. • 



Mra. OIlea and R. Gllae (-%ll), 

3- 4, 4-4. « 

.Misa Da\ lex and Stone (scr.) beat 
Mra. Freamaa aMi WUthW- 

4- 4. 4-4, ''Ji^.^ ^^^jij^ 

Phllllpa aad Caldarwaad (a*r.) 
beat Winiaa and CoL Appleton 
(-j-liU), i-S. 4-4. :-s 

TODAY S DRAW 



nlng ▼*■ Ml** T*mM** and 

Mra. Freeman ( 

Mlaa Fulton and MlM Davlea 

'-i-m5> va. Mia^ CMUg aad Mm. 
Oalioway ^ser.). 



Peacy aad Mis* Kaa- 



p m. — lamay (-11) ylayB 

Ilnckmg (— 4d). 
Radford 

( \415). 

J. R. Btoaa (<-%ll) 
wood (scr.) 



/. Ih Galloway (-%1S) playa 
JaBP i- 'UU 

■CI*Orc<- Im-' 'nVfrt hi. «w^<.the«rt 

hoaoa. and waa kkMtng bar in the ball 
at IK:M p.aiu 

h '^asLt ^^'^ 

Uis'. <^m% thdr beard her '■•'>' <>'r ■ 
voK^ fr >m the top Of the ataira: 

•w.it rwr, miaatdi 
•ay good morning.** 



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11 30-18 
talk. 
4: 44. 

•:lf, ttma 
waathor 

S;S«-1t. 



dadag Now 



mmty. (Sa4.4m.) — . 
Poet-lntelllgenoer 
time slgwala. 
Yarh oiiiki 4- 



and t h>a tf a 



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KI.V. <»elil«rw1 r«t 

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ptoncer. was yean in advance oi his 
tiBMi odBKlliBf, dBptifiBfi IhNMMinl' 

ing. he opened up a vast, nrw worM of 
potcntiaiitic*. He bUud the amy for 

Tod^r. Ae VMA Fgn !• ynn 

cf the times '>fiKJv resear Vi. tnveafi 

gatno, have opcrx i i; to humamtT a 
wN»MlvM.iicwdra ot t^i-ntaiif caac. TW, 

Wahl Pen haa bldkad ibg ««7 far 

pen* to if.llfiw 

Thia, unbrcaiublc wall* conLun ovcr- 
*jpe Mk rgtwoin. Ghpfte dminia iffac 

the dlim. qtiirt hcj it , jnH digr -t thai 

men aad wooicn oi today nd in 
pcfWMMl gqoipBient. MomIi fior acfi, 

WOmrr\ and the n n p r r ^^^tr^^T^1t•^ 
Cotts ao tuan than other pea*. |i to H. 
Aad Mtft Ib ' 



WAHL PENS 




TRY 



THISTLE 



TO-BAY 



The Iilaal pipe tobacco 

15c per pKg. 80c J^lb 



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Important Notices, 



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and Professional Directory, Wants, Etc. 



Wiiilj] cKoiciiist 

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pl>r rarh Wr4n«aJs, Thuradar mdar 
an<l Halurday. ■ pin. al Haiualarlay L^ka 

KKUl I.AK ii.minc K * l> I* T T. to 
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ta aada lof Mtiin« r*|>iiaa. la U)a caaa aM 
ilirt* wor4« ("■«■ . OllHMr) 1*» 
lor ihr naaiiar af ward*. 

wilt ni towA raadrf« -ii >i'ivrft.»'-ioa«ia 
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Mlaaallaaamia 

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Room in^ Baard Waatai 
Rltuatloaa Waalad 

NItiiallona Wantad 

''ummfr Kaaorta h 

Taacbara Wantad 

Ttakar 

To Rxchamra 

To Hrnl- -Mlarallanaooa ..^ 
rnfiirniahnl Houaaa to Raal 
Wanted Krnialr llflii 

Wanta<l H.il» nrl|> 

Wanlad — Mlacallaitaoua 
Wantad ta 



WaatatI ta Bar — Haoaaa 

Wanlad tn Rom Kiii«l«lioi| Ha 
Wanlod lo lUr i U i ■> . I n.-.>iii 
Wantad ta Rant- ( nriirt i.ho.i 



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R^riCPHBN — Raalna Halan. wlilow of tha 
lata David niaptian. a( tho raaldrnco nf 
h«r datishirr, Mra. I.nrrn I.. Itrown. 
Klftaanth Avanu*. Want Vancouvar, un 
Hunday. Amuat I. Rha laavaa ta movrji 
htr loaa two ilauahtara. Mra H. V. Mllll. 
of Victoria, and Mrx l.oran I. Brown, ut 
■ Vancouver, alan |«.. miair-ra. Mra I. Hhrp 
pard. of Victoria, and Mra J U. Arthur, 
«( Ulloaat. aad aaa brathar, Mr. Vf. 
Wlatara, of Vlatarla. 

tat arr%af a«^|a wUt ka 



ad 



ltOBBrNR~«Oa Auguat ». al iMo Roval 
Jakllaa Hnapltal. Ihoro paaao.l Hway mI 
balovrd wir« of Mr. Uaorgo Robblna, agad 
baiovrd wira of Hr. Uaort* Robbolna. agad 
forty-alfht yaara. a natlva of Kngland 
and a raaldaat at iMa citjr for tho laal 
nrtaan jraara, lata raaldrnra HIT Boy 
Ntroot Hhr loHvoa ti, niriurn har Inaa har 
liilah»nd. Iliroo .1 .« ijk li I r m uf Ihia city, ami 
tbrao alalora in Unalantl. Tha lata Mra. 
Rohbiaa had maay (rinada la ilila city who 
win ra«rat ta haar af bar aaddan damlaa. 
Tb» ramalna ara raatlat at tha Thomaon 
Kunaral Hoina. Il|| Q«a4ra Rtraet. from 
wharo tha faaarai wlH taka placa on 



Wadnaadair aftaraaoa at S o'eloek, aftar 
h i|a ramataa will ^ 

Hav JoaiRk' M«CajrriSri>!. wtlt eaadiNt lha 



which 

lha famllr plat at 



ramataa will ka laid to raat In 
Bar Camalarir. Tha 



frvlra. 



HAOnoN on Auguat I. Ittl. at lha raai- 

ilonto tnjt f'-ii! ■irooi Oak Bay. Blaa 

I ii.uo Hull. I. .11 » ir.- nf tho uio Oarald 

riiili|i 1I11.1.1..1. IK' I f'.iiii Kovan yaara; 

hum naiir Ur . Iln a 1 n n.l. 

■|'hi- iriiiiiiMN .1.. I. -I i,K ,ii Miiywarrl a B <V 
Kun.ial <h«|i.'l. %.|..r. ,,rvi..- will bo hold 
Wodnraday mnininn ,1 1 .. m Inloniiont 
will ba mado hI Ri.\mI i i» k ii.iruii i'«rk 

HADDO.V on Augual K, |l:'<. at t*i« raal- 
•loni o. iri;>f r>aai Riraat. Oak Bay, QaraM 
I'hiiip iiaddon. asad farty-aaa yaara, 
Bern In India. 

Tha ramalna era rapaalac a« Kayward a 
nr Kiiaaral Ohapal. wkara aarvira will ba 
i.oM Wadaaaday faarnln* at If :M. laiar- 




IN .MKMOIilAM 



|lINOWOOr> — In mamnry of my doarlr 
Invoil am. M»)or T I> .1 Hlng wnad 
I "fling"). oBli or l ommandloa toih 
Hattary. 1 r A . klllad In aciloa Baltia of 
AmiM« Aasaai if^ ifii. ••SavwiaaaM in 



MBt«DBAIi— Tn laving momory af aar daar 
malhar. ralhorlno .1 Moidram. who paaaad 
away Auaurl IK, lli;2. 

Juat • Ihoughi of awaoi ramamkranea. 

Jaal a inamory fond and iraa, 
Jual a tahan of affarilnn 

And a haarlarh* ailii for you. 
ilwat a alah for old'n mnmonla, 

Jaat a amll* or invo anaw. 
Jaal a taar In aiianct falllaa — 

And a yrarnlng atlll far f9%, 
Inaor \]f. 



6 rUNKRAIi P I 



Cka»ali im 9w«>a 



Ntfkt aad Day 



R. J Cl-RRY 4 HON 
ranaral Dirartora LIranaad BmkaliaaraL 
ll« Quadra Straat ~~ 



TA 



VCfMBKAt. BBRMIMR 



• ATORT-K LIMfTBO 

VMC PRKMICR rtX>lll 
Kaiabllabad ll|| 
ftllsaa nl All 




I %OHKbtM rbuw 

Vtaw aad Brand. raaatal 



•HOT. rhaM 



yaar ardar Wa (raw aar awa Rawara 



ma 

la 



8 



.MOM MRNTAIi WORKA 



TMOH riMKR 4b 
rn • n ' • 1 <• ar ■. 



aad u.t<»,t 
Tt* Oaartaar .><;'.«t 



D L.iMiTtM4w wl«aa aa« 
»»d bibarta Rirabi. '*«a' 
• lit 



10 



« OM J M. 



IVUM^ 



A MILITARY till iiinisiii. luaaday. ISli 
uararnmaat Mt. <ii 



Aiivitiary. i*t. Aa«lfa«*a aad Cala<— la ta- 

. . , 

< XKMKN parir llaMa, Park. Wadaaaday 



>%omriia Inaiilulo 



"f i)aa«n A lo i . n >■ , 
iiapiraa of i n. o .. . 

uataa ant* at i pia. lo 



^;ANTKf>- A caed warkar «a a paaliry 
farm, rail pafftlcBlara la V. W. Rally. 
Waatholma. n.C. 

WANTBD — rnung man far Wholaaalo of 
flro. Apply 10 Caloalat Baa .n<> o:)! 
atanna ago oii>orlonro. If any. (iixMt n\, 

I.." • '1 1. .1 V f .1 .1 .1 V an< omonl. 

Y\,'A.NrKI> For I'layhouaa Hloek I'ompany. 
yy Javanlla tanor alngrr. inala. comady 
woman, abia to alna comic aong; aNckt ataca 
aip*rion<o nacaaaaay. Apply b|f |at4#r far 
appoinim.nl ul«a pkaaa RRMkar. Ma*- 
aRar,_ *''*y'"'.* — , ^ ■ -• i - i . - I - 
l» A aAt ieamw A^tt* AOBWTR 

MAKM MOMBV AT hwMlfr— Tau aaa aara 
It la tt aa hoar In yaar apara timo 

wrltloa ahowrarda No ranvaaalng or aollelt- 
IDg . mm inalrut t you and aappiy you wltb 
worb. Writa ladar. Tba MaabaalU Com- 
aaay. UoMa^ M llaai«ata)i 



/1IRL. for llcht hauaawork. 2 la family: 
vJ" Caok kapt. Pk o na I4tt. _ 

MarcbiXbr wamtbD— WRkaat wa«a 
rommiaataa; kasy pwrlaa. rutli Brack* 
ara. Fart Rtraat. 



UBRB tampaalaa far Invalid tadv tR 
eodntry, near VIctarIa; otkar kelp kapt. 
lini •»••, Colonial. 



N' 



■riNBO Wittliah virl aa auraa, 
child. 1J4I Racklaad Avaaaa. 



li 

i^HamPOOINOj laraalHRt 
n Mra. wlatffW MattRadk ni rart Straat 

PbORt If It- (WjRal*, Ms «r Mr* rraar). 



SPRCIAI^ Ham mar cenraaa at Aprott- 
fibaw Inatltuta. elaaaaa lam lo I 
pai., yaar aftaraaaaa free. Pkaaa 1* er 



itTBMOORAPHBRR— Pravlaalal ai 
*y tiaa: raaeklaa far. Nav Bra Rekaal. 
Hibbaa-Beaa Baildlag. 



ANTBD— Per PlayAaaaa Rtaak Company, 
Juvanllr lonor alngar, i|lRla; •9m*tr 
waman, abIa to aing comic aonfi iHRllt ataca 
aaperUnea nacaaaary. Apply ky latter for 
appoiatmaot. Qiva pkaaa anaikar. Maa- 
aaar, Playhouaa. 

WANTUD At pace, woman ta wark laaMa 
and oulalde on goat raack. Mlaa 

T'ayno. lliiallanda. HIdnoy. Vancouvar laland. 

^A.NTKI) -lllrl for ii«hl hnuaawork and 

plain iiioklnK lljini' IKOSI, 

'.\.NTiSI>— Middle-aged woman for rouD- 
^ry. to help wilk caakiac aad kauaa* 
work. Bog IITI, Coloolat. 



VV 

vv 



WB ara now rnrulllna aludanta far our 
Rgmmar < laaa In halrdraaaing and allied 
aaWaeta. I'artlculara ut :!t Hayward Bulld- 
IBR. >hona 3H 0. 

\\TOMAN aMakia af takin* (ail ckama 
yy younr bafy: ft! par maatti. Boa 1144, 

Colonlat 

15 ii:\( iife:it.s w.XN iKi) 



aalrr for 8(. John'a Collagn 
winnlpaR. Uaiveratty aradaata 



KKBIDK.VT 
Hchool. Winnlpaf. 
with (oaching expariaaae preferred. Appll 
raiiona lo w Hurman, raglatrar, Rt. Joka'a 

<°ullego, WInnlpog - 



Ift. 



AGBIfTB WAXTBD 



AOBNTR wantad for "Imparlal Art" Par- 
aonal Chrlalmaa Carda In avery city 
itnd Inwn tin tn 120 wookly oaally aarnoit 
in apftio tinto lalllnK uimri >iiur f ( londa No 
oxporloni o no( oaai&ry. 'I'mUo ordora now. 
dollvor iMlor Hanipln b.n»k fri'** Sorviio 
and aatlafHiiiun guaranlood Wnio Iiritiah 
fMti.i' I Wollingi.'ri \". ■ ■-■ 1 I. iii'o 

17 blTUATION \VAN1I1>-- 
MAJ^ 

BOOKKBEI'KIt whnio i.r part tlina. or 
email art booka Kirai . Utaa lefarenc-ta. 
Box i«»4. Colonial 



GOOD ofltca ur warebouaa man. active, 
eaparlaaaadi email aalary. Baa Itil, 

i;otoniat. 



H 

\ 



A\K 11.000 l« inyaat. wltb aervlcaa. 

What hava you? Box *lSt. Colonial. 

SHI.MiLINU. root wora paiotiiij kalai 
ralBlng, oallmataa fraa. ouJ Juba 
f'hoDa ma, l.ayeock. 

'|''Hi ■ K drivor wania Job Uo repalra. 
I 4l7ff. t'olnnlat 



V't-i^NU aiaa waata to work tor plambar; 
JL.*?r wagaa^wffl,,^, ,.».» Ifff, .C«H»k» 

I'AivTrfia ANt» rtRroRATnita 

HUUaSM painted, loalda er out, ea laaial- 
^ ^ ^^■ a y^Rlaa. ^ Wa^iateryt. 9* 

nc 



rARp 



lARPBNTBR. work of any deecrlpdon 
deae kv raapenalbia man. IIIX afiar 
I p.m. r. McMlllaa. «roli Rtreet. 



r 



>aa W4»« a ear; 



It wnvMnoum 

IICMAI.K 



;.'«.XPERiKs< a:t> Kogiiahwoman raaalraa 



reapnnaibia peal. Hauaakaeper 
alaiani in hoiol. etc. Barellent 
waman Koforonca* Pkaaa IIML 

u M .smiih. Mil Boaafc Driva. %9M( 



r. Ai- 



l.'^XPisRiBMCBti wamaa drttrar aaoklnR 
poaitlaa dMvlac private ear. Baa Itll. 

Col oalal. ^ 

AOT waald hka paalllan aa compaalaa 
kelp. Pkaaa IITIL. aiaralata. katwaaa 

» and U. 

rAPIKN' and family washing wanlod by 
J aiparlanrad laurtdro«« .l..n. ot hor own 
liomo aplondid opon air .lr>ii.« Will rollart 
Krvt I'llvOT Addroao 1AI Dorgo Road 

1>oHiriiiv wanted ky Bagliehwaman aa 
, houaokoaper or oaMliRRMMi-JialR. Baa 

HIT. < oinnlat 

UHKKII. holp /I yaara' oiporlonro with 
rbildron and houaownrk. arolaa altuaii.in. 
no rooking. o h. Marigutd »• o 

W'OMAN wanta work by iho hoar. Phone 
»▼ I4I4K 



IfH 

(J 



■TBllOOBAraBBB 



1APABLR ai 
Nl«. 



rapkar daalraa paaltlon. 




For M 

. loae la. O' 

trade on email houaa. Caak. abatit JIM 

Vary r 

HU 

Ira 




_.. Cat._ 

Me lorme ea fcateacau f . P 
raoibartoa BMMU tfiMMT atber 



mrrCMTNMfAlt 



MRM. P T. C. WICXBT r 
KI.NOKROABtaM CLA.- 



I <<: rort Rtreet 



i-hona 16*> 



rAL 



AUTO kody rtpaira, doara. wladow ragu 
tatara. aatltaw fraat aeat far ramping. 

rmlntlng. ate Body and irurk buildina 

Mailiiio T^l ('orn.i.ian' 

CKuMaUlat M aaa ma -Xlrola. palnalai. par 
t dMlMMi. pbranalaalet. ifiT Oa« Bay 



i> / I fMAMATiC Nekaal. Vlatarla and 
i>.Vv. Hbaaaaaaa, ilawd far kalld^ya 
Reopea Raptaaabar 1. PBaaa III ar 41*1 H 

I^XPlfiRT .i.i..-Mn« 
^ am a •iima' 

I I ll<4>i 



am 
for r-»»llo(j 
11401'. 

'y.w 1.1* II 

llilil.l ng 



for atlpploriion t a I ox 
.a ..n'l pii>aira i)nl> 
>. h.M.; Tup, In I'hon.i 



rapid, record reaulia 



1»Ki\ATK tjiiion. L^tla. rranob. Kaciiab. 
.Spiiniati. <iraak. L'alvarally and High 
(>< hooii ai.ppa . Bngllab. Pablta Rcboela Bn 
iraiiio I'or.y Kloirhor, M.A.. Cambrtdaa. 
114 aimroo HI IIITY 



Double Service in 
Want Ads. 

You cati telephone \ t«ur answers 
as well as your classtfecd Rtlvcrtisc- 
ments to The ColoRtst Rniders 
ar* ofcm iatcrcdtcd in Wknt Ad- 
vertiacaUBtf that io not carry the 
fiRiiMi or «ddr«»«efl of advertiferi. 
Imt a Coloniit box fiumber. For 
the RCCOtlniKxUtinn i.| those rcul 
frs who (ui'i i; imi inmicnt in 

' t'- an JlW^wi .iMcl tl . vrt \ r t l;P 

a.lvirtiscr Ijctur. v\c will take rc- 

I'lirs to Ikix NaiBben ov«r the 

ti-lr (ill! iiic 

III.- ("i.l..ni-i .'^t iMceis ivailabte 
ironi 8 a.m. lo lU p.iii., cxceptiflK 
Sondaya. Phooe 11. 



40 h-ua. BAJLl>-MlMJlbJXAM£iUi;« 
tCMUaBaAl 

T>ABr Carnage Worka 0«» Kort Straal 
I' I'huna 4414H. tagliab carriagaa frum 
ill Lalaet Inw b^dy at y lea. Is*. Mapalra 
of all kli ' 



1 JuOKRi Baaaai - 
Mt a**eat froaa al 

1«t-T4T Part Kireat 


mSSSk.WmnSSSt 


aa ta 

aiart. 


d tl l>Kll and wino 


k « w 1. 1 *.J o from 


apirii 


* <. aaka \\ 1 1 k . i 


.^.'11 :ii i; 'K' 


It .i l 


Thono *»s:i; 






1,'>N<1I. 11 pi* . 


i vv .MMV ruL.'t; 


>af 


1 - n . -Ill 1 ■ ■ 


1. n- < fill. 11- 


1. 1 M 



49 »1'H>UiUICD KUOM6 TO AUINT 
^||>«OMVO«TAUJI faraliBaa raaaM, larta 



55 t^VllXUBKD llOrSKS TO ItKVT 



V/ aaady aaadaa; braafclaat M re«airad; 
reato^t 1 144 Ba Hill ad Aea. Mmm Mtdto 



L(^oK .s, ip Kodwood laok. 1.000 (allona. 
wlik 



traatia M Al timt. Pbaaa Coi- 



1/ year wataa 
krtaa It u ika 



IT' 



BtMraataad. 



aat civa aai 
Watob r 
Malaaprlaa. It 
»>P 



Brew* 



JM. CARVBB a 80M. 
• Rtarad la tft Bart. 



iltk% kava 
441. 



MAbAlIB OUTIA. 
eiatreayaM. Ifft MB 



• < I .1 •aaenva. ban 

W on I w art h 



ramaTad. aaw 



»aty 



« r r T Y 

l.alrod 



f M kai p oaad; rtiiaa 
lata Caa. 



\\ ' ' ,. , 

< • aad r>pali_ad MuOaraia charge vvara 



^araat^odL^ 



It*. 



22 
I 



Tl) RZCHANOa 



;^'^XCHAifOB, M arroa. Cobble HIM. valaa 
ll.Oaa. for ho.i... Nirinlly of Vic nr. a 
Ba^ 4140. Cnloala' 

JP yaa hare a hoaee in irada and . 
aareaaa riaaa la at marb b*inw . 
I kave a client wllh arraa Moirh.iam 
Bead, wke mlgbi ^on.M-r aamo 
r r iiii.'i?« 

J •ant la eg. 
' _hajia«._ eab ciiarWa t biglai^ nt Ray* 



KHUDBK Rekaal MaaiarMU MaB praparaa 
glrla far firal aad aaeaad year Ml*k 
School esaialnallone Claaaea partlmlarly 

adap*ad la (Ilia whn tiro. I apo.lal liolp 

indlvldnat atlenimn xivon All puplla auc- 
roaafii II i. itiii.- riat ii ( .r p«ai tbroo yeara 
U(« .mk i..'ii< o an, I Mio. i.itllor. IMf Blok- 

ardaon .siiooi liion* tOOOI,. 



Ht'NRHINB I.OI>C.I£' College for young 
citlaene. for up-lo-data and progroa 
alva ediMatloa. Baaed on iha ideal or » 
welt-managad home, wllh rn od^iiailon xn l 
.-hararlor Iralnlnic for tho f ...i n.1 4 t mn I'n.irs,^ 
iniludoa kllldoraa rf o" !.. [. r . p., i ,, i i . m f,,i .- n 
Iran.o I.mmIIoiI boariling a< < oiimK.I .. ' inn 

fur botli h.iya and giria Dally tranai « 

lion by arrangomonl. Praapeetaa oa rriju<'ai 
H. B. Hailwrtahl. Ill TolnMa Ava..,Vlct«ria 
" '■ " » ' I . i 1 o ^ I — - 



SPBCIAl, COACMINO tar Matrtaalatlaa 
and Mick aakeal ■RMMRfaaataU. 



OMIMIMAAIU aCMo^M• litt MaearaaMat 
O ^raac^ .Baelaias la k i um tkaraaab 



iaHla» 

III. 



T >AN )o 

*■> alrlni 



37 MttCKLL ANKfX s 
__^^^^^^_jOaannu».i , 

SKIM Diaaaaaa — Ko remedy aver com- 
pounded ao quickly allava fever an. I IrrI 
tatlon of Iho akin aa I>r Thui.a > Haiaan.a 
Il la Iho i.ioal ponotraiina i.iii..l) kim-n 
for ccaama. acrofula, vryalpelaa, bad laga. 
aalt rkaRm. blatahaa aad all teraka af akia 
eraptlaaa or taiRarltlea of tke bleed. Call 
or write for lafarmatlaa. Dr. Tbaaa. JMti*- 
Hat, Head orflee.' 414 Qaaea Rtroac mT^tS- 
rnnio 8li ainroa In Toronto 

U-Ow. 
Job*a 

Btraal. 



1 a a II <l K (t « I sk 1 I 

Haai. Lad.. 411 



.nil « .J t 1 D 4 

C«ruMraal 



38 «o 



FOR RBNT— Promiaaa aver P. Baraa 4b 
Co . Ltd. atare, Daaclaa aad Jabaaaa: 



auitabia tor aaaaatallaR ar club, 
office. 



Apply at 



8TORB, aaltable for babya' llngale and 
^glggJjQS J work. T 14 Fort 

39 WWIln III HI NT— 

- - - -^-1- - - 

t^ADDLB, by good maker, la Srat-claaa con- 
1'^ ditlaa. for isaai Ufht baatlaa ar Ri<afar- 
ably polo. Baa IMT, OakMtat. 

ANTBI>— To rent 
hoaaaa; amall 

rinw In Phono 20641. 



bara and chicken 
Bcreaaa preferred; 



H A N I 'I . T I -. . , I 1 1 A P.. an. I a ;! 

Ingad Inairuiiionta laugbt by W. (I 

.bt. 1114 Mraad atraaa. Bkiai kf*i. 
Baa pboae lillTl. Hatsr* 1 ta a p^aa. 
except Paiardaya 

/ 1 LADyw RHRAPNBU violta. plaao (Brae- 
V* 4Rla riMiaibalalral Hit niaa DUti 



Oak . Bay 

vo ■ mi 



Avaaajk, 



PIANO 



ADAM BoyD — Plane, aloainc, orpan. lib! 
Yataa. II.!* par aiaatlk 



SSITL. 



Baa. pboae 



P. 



T. C. WICKBTT. A.K.C.O.. L.L..C.M 
Piano, alnplna. preparation for all 
oxama I4*S Part St. Phoaa IMi. 



Mita «. PKMPLIC 
Phoaa; Maa III*: 



loeckar a< 
aibdle 1441. 



T>IANU. UKULBLB aad 

^ »*ia?-i?MT5asaj? 



bANJO-UKB 
(liaraa- 



X-10UB 



l^MUHIMT aKMl*!.*;, vlallalat aad laaaaor. 
ili Pkaaaa. atadl. iflT. aad Baa Rlf^ 



> I 1.1 I •! » 



DANonro 



stadia af 
Mlaa 



• 1 I 1 aflar 2 

AH oipfrlon'-od ilroaamabor; 
day. rhona l7l*La 



DRBSSMAKIKfl 



»r tha 



DRUSSMAKING. coata aad aulta. Marie 
Thompaaa. 
Phoae 4llfli. 



lalaaaa Apartmoate. 



I \Mb,aBMA 

X-f alleralli 



lAKl.NU. i 
Uona proaiRlly 
TSTH Yaloa ntraat. 

RBCENTI.Y from Parla 
droaaea and altarallona. 



aaj 

II. 



Styllah evening 
I'bona tutu. 



40 I <»•: SM K — M|V« | I I AVKf^rS 

inn 1 lOIIII N),. |. I KM. ftliOKM. ICTt'. 
1 

Pba 
tac 



»ie Seal coal, good coadliloa; aiaa 
i« Alao Kaallab tweed ooal; also 11. 
• ffSIU 




4fD 

BARUAIN- 
termoor 



rCBNITlIBB 



Pair we. twin bede. with Oa- 
rmoor inaltreaeee and good aprlnga. 
In good rondlllon. only 130 pair o.ldy'a. 
1414 Douglaa .Htroot 

C^AKfh,ls, oTory uaacripliun, auaraolaej 
J niaaa and atarlliaed. Largeet etoefc la 
city. Ree enra before parcbaalaa. laiaad 
Window A Carpet Cleaataa Ce., Ill aWt 
•ueet. l-bona Itll. 



r^LKAN carpata and ruca. all alaaa aad 
pruea Hee our atoch. Carpalaria Oa.. 

740 Port Wl reat. Victoria. 

CHILD'H W K In ■ n (Tip with ilrop aula 
aad rioan malt r.ai. . In goiiil orilor . anap, 
IT to. laluiid K«i|i,.nK- 7 !!• Km t .sircol. 

MjiliUPP ruaa tiiada from your old carpete. 
JC apaclal pricea thia week only. Lar(e 
alaek. Carpetoria Co.. 741 Part Rtraet. 



jual 
laland Bx. 



HANDaOMB walnut china cabinet 
like naw; bargain. MT.tO 

< hangr. 730 Fori ."^troot 

HAHUAI.Na l.\ UI.Nl.NU PljRNITURB 



SOLID oak dialna aeta at III, |4I and |3> 
Brltlah PuraUara Mart. T4I aad 747 Port 



lalaad Ba- 



T.^ul'ND — t^dy'a brown leather aatchel, 
P Victoria Ave., Oak Bay. Owaar can 
bare aame by caHlas tfit Babk Btraat and 

paying for Ihia ad. 

Io.s I .MonJuy. blH< k volvot h.'^nl-.l ImK. 
^ cuiilalnlng glaaeca. money ami coupon 
for bonda, between Poatoflica aad Taroniu 
s treet. Plnder pl eaae pkoaa ItltX. 

LOST — Huaday, Bear Ooaaey Rakdlrlalon. 
Deep Cove, email raaad-facad Rold 
wriet watak witk black ribboa alrap. Flader 
pleaae pkaaa 4IX. Reward. 



singer hand aewlng machine. In 
. rfeet raaalna order, only 111.14. 
Od dy'a lilt Doutlaa Ht. 

ITTli.TON raa. Ift. altt.. pretty 
Tv Juat from deaaera, ItT.lf. lal 
. ha nae. T»l Part Btraat. 

WB kaea Jaat rooolved a larae eoaelrn- 
mont of rhnlre furi.lluro. Including 
large choalorllold. china lablnola. walnut 
and mahogany dining aultea, walnut buRel 
aide table, walnut toa wagon, walnut occa- 
alonal taklaa. heavy leather and oak aettae 
and larpa aaay okalra^ carpeta, beda. eir . 
1 oi. Thia la a aplaadM lat uf gooda and tho 
price la rlRRt. Brittah rurnllura Mart, 
7«t 74T Fa it Rtraat. 

tlR 

HBINTBMAN maho^ay upright a(aad. 
IIIIB?**"'" (ondltlon; half price. Phone 



I08T — Batween 
i Hill, larg. 
at III Talaa 8t 



MhawalRan aad Cakbia 
Hill, larga foldlnp camera. Baward 
raet. Victoria 



IOBT— A abatleman'a geld elgnet ring 
i< aaar saafrem 

LOaiN— A kraorh. opal atone round gnid 
banded, heirloom 



Hoapltal. 



Phone 27ttT Reward 

nd gnid 
Victoria Prlvaio 



IORT— Siartlna soar far matarayela. 
J Pleaae return to H A. DaVla. Ltd.. 110 
Yatra yreet. Reward. a 

TORT— laaat Sunday, la Qansalae diatrlet. 
J allvar meah ■ parse. Howard. Pkaaa 

ntl 4. 

IoMT— i.ady a ainall wnst watek. eacraved 
J wllh iniiiaia F u.M. riBder pleaae pkona 

rsBWMO^&miaMMBMMRSIHMaSMa^M 



30 



TIMBKIK 



rvROWTff great and lleeaaed timber re* 
/ aala. Crulaarr reperta aad eatlmatea 

pa Log 

IIT-II* 



forniahad. with ta p egraphlcal ma 

brokora Olrdweod A Lawla. Lid. 
Fonl^•'l'^n Hlrtg 

UJK bava fur aaia timber, t.rowa giaai ar 
llcenro. large er email iraeta Pom* 



MinnCAI. INaTBVMKMTR 



MARON a Blach piano (uaed). 
moatbly paymeata. 711 Yataa 



Baay 



vyiLLls Player PlaMb. makacaay caae; 

yy bench together with 1J5 rolla. |47t 

I'hon I I.r 

4a<iUt l'UI^ A.ND NTUKK lAltlPMO'T 

J A ROB of flea table, with four drawera. in 
■i good rendition: oaly ll.ie. lalaad Bl- 
change. Til Port Btraot. 

4fK BtOTOLaa AKD MOTOBCVOUn 



»vlc*^ aata aaw ea at lae vieior« 
Cyalo Work* Sat Jaaaaoa Rtrool. Here 
lee. IT.Is to lit.** aad apT iTaliy 



Mcytlaa 
rnereatead. 



TjVJR Rale— Ralelak ikroa-apaad klaycla. 
A* perfect o»»wdl tlan. Pkaaa TIIIT. 

I^toR .lata- Cleveland biryclo. |n geod~roir 
.lin..n. having bean very liitle need. Can 
II. ...f-n «l Williama A llarta. Limited. 130; 
w h r f St root 



baaton * aea 



UTA.N. MolNTUBM. MtBBBRRON. BLAIR 
TIMBBH CO.. LTD.. TtMBBR CBUlf 
KRR. VALITATORR AND CONRtTLTIKO 
II.NaiNKKRS. Timber for aale la large er 



email traota Crowa araal ar lleeaee, la ear 
part at the I'revlaea. Tll.fS4 MBLIdONT 



IL 



MORTOAOea 
laaarlty 



•WtMBRTON a MUaOBATB. 
f 4f Part 



Ai;rkkme.\ 
liona. ric. 

1>. f 
1144. 




bought for caan. AMir A. 
l>. Pord, tlT Paaabartaa Batldlat. Pbi 



ATTBACTIVB tanoia at repaymial Baaia 
reaping from Itls opwarda alwaya 

avallabta for ^rat mortgaga loana on buel- 
aeaa, borne or farm pioporfloa l^waat ror- 
roat rale ef laiaiaat. atrlctly coattdeatlaL 
P. n. Mrawa * aoaa. L4A. Itlf . 
Pkaaa lltf. 

OBisMim (at 



- 

Ra re kaaad. Maaap ta laaa. 
Maasar, Barrlator« fart ac iw 
Mtdg.. VIetorta. 



BRat a 



MoSar TO I.OAN 

c.v iMiHiivr.i) iRiiiaRTT 

>< Kl -< I KHM A^<. KURUAN * CO. 
<«• \ .. a, real Pheea tS 

•fHaWV/ proved prnperly 
lonaldared. 

OPP XlKn. 



H tV 



Building laaaa 
r>aihv A Co . 414 View, 



32 



\\ w I i»> iioHi;ow 



• 111 AN wanlod by oalabllahed local 

^V»m\nf haaae, oa flraiclaaa chattel 
aoceriiy of maehinary and eqalpmeat. 'Aflll 
repay at ISO per month Inrluding Inlereal 
at lo^^r option roqulrod li) mako larger 
monthly payment or paymoni In full ai any 
tima. lasaiaaee ti.MS. fuiiy paid up 



MtaCBUIaAKBOCS 



WB have a good uaed Indian Scout for 
aala. It will provide you with .h*ap 
eafe and reliable tranaportatlon. R. .shanka 
A Bona. 010 Fort St. 



4fr. 



RTOYB8 AMD BAMOBB 



A ggRd H laai aaaa» riMaa Iffia after 



4att 



noAT i>AiRii(a 



(^■JATS' milk tor aala. Oelivart 
* a quart Mlaa Mutt, pbaaa 

GOATS milk, delivered, 
aaality gearaataod. 



a. II a 

niiB. 



1S« per plai: 

- „ Pboaa 700IR 

Ptoaeer Oaat Dairy. Ill Lanaford Street 



GOAT'a mlik delivered la Uak Bar aaj 
dietrlet. _C. K. Uawlp. 1141 Baitlatt 
Ave. Pkaaa TMT3U. 

4fO PABM IMPLKMKNT* 

TTAt and at raw ballag— The aew ~aatflt 



ARBM|.|.«1DIRCCT bnwi apool.i 
Klectr!e wiring and ropaira 



Il al i; t« 
ipalra Mctriary < 
rangea from lit* Inalallod. Snow 
1111.1 r ri tri; waabara. Hit. . aah or terma 
Po« A Malawa/lag, Tke Blaauia Rfeap^ sit 



.Mlakaa Iffl 



"AdtrsrUataa la ta 
aa aleain la U niacRManr" 

IIKI.f Jil 11^ 
IP TMK 
UI.NNKH I-AII. 

Hnaoewlvea" 

Haaaehaabandal 
Baekalars! 
Mackeior Qlrlar 
Mako it 
yoior baelarss 
to demand 
Victoria 



itf« 



at aU 



AlaL yaar tr%afe WIU arlag yea eaah. 
aack aa raga kottloe; alao laoia. atevao. 
fartHlare. er aaytblag alao. We eall aar- 
whe re a^dpar beat prieea Pboae 4ISS 

ANVIHINU lo raiaee repaira Hoofa re- 
paired and tarred. Work guara 
► .'inaio, fr». Pboaae TITI. SS4SU 



I jk.. OMATINU. |.«peri 

1 ' rne» claaa warb. 

Ph*ao smii. 



* tiao 



|>ai.\ii.xu pat.«rh«Mnaa aaa 

S*S^_*'* <Ma«. aa 

BBsaa W. B atiil . tl4T 



fTigaaiga ai 

goada, ar If 
what yoa 
wani laa t 
Kiado In 
Canada demaaid 
MriUah made 
goode In 
any ovonl. 
Remamfcer, alwapA 
n'a Ika 
wage earner 
who la the 
biggeat holp 
tawarda mahiag 
a aa M n a aRWy 
pr tapir u aa Bay 
at kssas. It'll 
fcalp na all 

A^BI^RatNO 

AOEwfrr 

Adrartiasment Wniere and Adeertialiv 

Coat ractera 

MaliMrraph and Mimeograph cir. mar {.etiers 
. aaa Paatrarda Addreaaing Mailing 



Batee «)«a(£d on {.oral. t>emiatoa 
ror«i«a PakB t at J aaa 

Ratta as. 



aad 



q»Mg 4IY. 

JI^RBRH iii ik .tr-iiyared dally In vicleria 
Woai . I. I I ..ju'tiialt J. Heath. Phono 
4*4 1 R 

I^ViH t^Al i: .^u.iu gold waick in IS-carat 
raae. Agaaaiz SI jatswls. Botall aaloe 
a< loaat t»o. price far sval aBsR. nA Apply 

I'oaiofrira Bex ST4. 

44404 tba tluag 
ailf.'oaSitllar 



rroTBT, BHVNRWK'K— Us 

■ I ■•K.-iii'Mii cloan . i.ntfartaMa 

(. Ii...l*r 1. ping 



ler hotel, cleaa, modern fuiaiahad 

raiaa ff tsaaR ap. Bsaasta Pl MM* 




LABOB froat bed eltUac-re4im near town. 
Alao aaa nnfumiahed Phono S014X. 

ITB MO i )■- 1 
modern 



l» rui I altaal FittiV 
^mr ifiunia. reolro . .levalar.' 
a* f'heno tl 



1.-«uK 'aala, ia/a« tstadasBt. 
tar a farsR walk la pai 
Cfteap. Haaa fffMU ar Baa 



uin plo I o 
wa I I SO Tboa 
Victoria. B.C. 



Ida 



FAIRBANKS MOHSR draga«» 
equlp.neo! Wllh r 
Plimlo. 1.1,1 | t,,i.io •» 

J^'". Ill .S« U «. o.l . . T ,-1 
I (ifjlio K..*!!.!* if f 

i^ - ' H Sa Ir I.argo ..I/O woil iLo'li- ii'ink 
1X7.10. tiatnple ault caece, |l.7t. Purt- 
abla araiaaabaaaa, ltt.14. Table gramo- 
pfcaaos. II TI. Priema field glaaeea. tl* tt. 
Priae mpa with kaee, |i oi.i iioph vio- 
lin, III In • ine-tubo ra.l .mpioio III 
rxjniop uulor tireg, II Innor luboa. tl. 
I I . 1 bUyrle. tr.lS. Uent'a Maaaey bicycle, 
I ' n Uold nued epectaclea to St any 
eight, II 74. 1,444 new cylinder rerarda ll« 
sack. Bxchajigo4L ise each. Jacab Aaraa- 
saa'a Maw aad Rocoad-Haad Rtoro. Ill 
Johneaa^ft.. 4 daara kalaw Oararwsiaat at. 
Pbone ffi. 

It^R Rale — Qreeakaaaa. iTtaff. iarge 
Kroeehall bolter, pipaa, trahfdia aaiRlale. 

BoxISOl. Coli.nlat 

GBO. Co<i»KH plumber. I oTl HIHelda 
Avenue I'hune 2171. Three-piece batk- 
rooii^ ret and aink complete. 1100. 

Ht»T walor boiler. Ideal Premier fluoa 
and lot of -nitlnta. but no radlatora. 
aultablo for a i or 7-roemed hoaee. Thia 
ttollor la In flrat-claaa coadltiaa aad aaa be 
aot Ht a bargain Apply STM OraSaine 



||i«>4 IliM Kl.ANU Avenue tnear \«n.ou 
Xvi^X yort, plaaaant furalafced looma. 
slMriktwrt U ia t da ^ M 

51 



APPLY Slf V| 
aaa. aB aaa' 



KO MOOM TO 

Hicwrt^ 

va a aaatsi a alisa ar 



Ma 



III 



I > >.sKfisi:>N September iai— BTIU Jeaae — 
t Kuiiy furatahad. aaw ala-rssm earn I 
baagalew; aaa view; alaaa ta Oak 
Bay Ooir tMuk Three bidraawa aae hae 

hot and .-old aaior and dreplaoa; bathroom 
and hot and . ..M ah.iwor balk; drawing - 
ro4.m. ilinina ro.im with llreplaooa: garage, 
lorely gaidrn piano, linen, allver. vacaata. 

U I- liOM) (CORPORATION 

irfS Uaverameat Street Pbaao IM-llt 



rpHRBB-BOOM ratUga far roaf, wbtar. 

I front garage, irn Seven rn,im bunga 
low. tour bodrootna. aaiaae. boat, on water 
front. |b<i Klve-rooiii bungalow good fur- 
niture. Kairnrld. |40 Five room bungalOW. 
Oorge iliaitiii. ni.ely futnlahed. IncTadIng 
piano, tit Flve roflm bungalow, Kernwood 
dietriet. MT.If. Very auperior t room bun- 
galow, oak fibora eacelleat furniture. goo4l 
con. Ik II. „ to reiiaMa loaatit far ata ataatka 

II. II Mnpbiatl. ua Valaa 

rii.ino itoa. 



r an.l ahoppofa' Naai;y r.iinlaliod houaa 
keepli.g roonia by tba day. week or monlb. 
unlimited bet water, llghl. elevator, at.*. 
Managed kr Jaa A. Qr llRth. P hon e tSSj. 

CtuMPO ' 
>' kaai 
441 



plaB; I ailaataa from C.P.M. Wkart. 
Mra Aaeraft. 



t >LICAN twniaiied liuuaabeepiaa raaata aad 
rablna. t: monih ..id up lett NIHalda. 


I^BlaMI NtlTMle-.^ 
U BSsia dlT Vi 


aaaaaksia^kP •M^tum— 


MA wvm 


mSBBM 


A T laa •Dallaa'' 
baaaakaeplaB t 





I'hono S<>4T. 



Al 



Ai.i.KAUi.K aivel raaga. IS per 
Phono 4tas. Til Paadora. 
from i«t4 Doegiae at reel. 



lead 



^oW la tho tlnio to make wine. Black - 

-i^ borrloa. 4^ r-onta jior lb Pick youraelf. 

hrlng your nwn contaln^m Apply 21(1 

< i r a h « I n .s t r i- f 



I >RK.sh:RVl.Mi. pluma aad Jelly rrak applea. 
t*\ •** ♦•r. ,«l,f*; a p B Trr* * - IMiane 



LU. 



Sue aaad lokaut raaa^ karaauML 
Mardwaro. fll yirt. 

QINOER alioo' patcfilag'^macliioe." almoat 
^7 new Bargain at III. CSrpeterIa Co. 
74Sjrort St. 

THRBB-PIECK tMlbroom aet and alok. 
aaoa pi ata. |ioo LOJi Hlllalda. aaar 



Qaadra aaraar 



THBBB aaad ati|«ar maekladR. ekaa» ia- 
clMdiaa aa ala«?tric. Til Tataa 



VV 



'ICKBB baby carriage, good eaadltian. 
fll.ff. Phoae 101 4 X. evonl'nga. 



WALL clack, sallablo for aloro, guatan 
teed good flmokorpor. for i|iilrk aalo. 
17 40 laland Kxihasga. 7:10 Kopt HI. 

4-STo.NK dlamorrd ring, two 1 carat, twa 
"* % carat, piaiiauro aattiag. aaaridea 
tlOO. Apply Colonlat. Boa fill. 



$20 



rz-ii ^^*.'' ^2 * *** ** atadara aat ac 
Ja«V Wlastaa's Baeyelapaodla <lf vol- 
umea)la perfect eondltloa. really aa goo.i .. 
i^w. Call at .14 Winch nidg.. City. 

46 WA3ma>^wCKLIaAJflDOTO 

A»SOI.imR.T HIBMBaT BBIOBS BAtD 
(ar rata kattlaa taata. alavaa fasal. 
lata, ar aaytklaa paa wlak ta aiapsas at 
Wa tail aay wkara. aap ttawt Pkoaa ctso. 

ABaOLUTlCLT beat pricea laid for Baalte- 
man'a diacardad rinthing Wa aatl. 

Mra Jrwitt III Kort. Phone 1114 



AT III Peadora— apoUosatp alaaa fcaaae- 
keeplag apartmenta: hot water; akafBea 
aioderate; cloao In Phone 7tllL.. 

APPLY Sll Michigan at — Well-furnlahed 
roema alao heueekeeplog rooma faolag 
aea . or phene tl TSR. . 

T III Mlahlaaa. • alsaa. eatafartafcle 
fcaaaekoaptaa raaa«a TalapBaaa 1141. 



Maaoa atraot. 

»^«> MBNZIFS .«!t' 
rent 



, «MB ar sHtBaat 
HIT Qdadra. CRraar 

K'lr r . " *i.-i1 hniiaeVeer- 



ss 



A.\ I) M' \ It I 

TO HViHT 



A T <1I> 
a\ f.irta 



lympic, oanwr Caok aad May, eain- 

ably 
ronvoni.'nro 



56 « 



VOVnUBS TO 

waaMMMawMM* 



PEMBKBTOM A BON 

lit Iteachtraod Avenue | rooats Iff. If 

IIS R abort aaa fli reel li rooina 11.44, 

II4S orinia Street -1 rooina II IS 

1109 .lohnaon sirooi- t raomo It on 

1*04 ilolmont A«onuo -t rooms 11 On 

1144 Mllckell Htr.-.'| t roooia 14 44 

1411 rail ilsaat- •> n.oma aa^d ' 

I huoe III 

ISI Pert Rtreet VIctarIa. n C. 

4A1 wiiann Ht . I raanta. ............ .y. .Ill-ff < 

tl7 Pine Ml, 4 roame.... Ifffl 

1711 Lelghton Rd., I rooma tT.14 

ITT Muperlor St.. 4 rooma; poaaaaaloa 

Auguat ISIh > 14.14 < 

271 Superior St , 4 rooma, riMISSUS 

Auguat Slat 11.14; 

HIS Beach Drive, I roome tl.ff 1 

:SSS Mhakeopoare Rt.. I rooma; poaaaa« 

alea September lat fAff ' 

110 llarblngor Avo . 7 rooma, poaaas 

alon Auguat l^lh , at.af ' 

r R. BROWN A BOMR, LTD. 
1113 Broad Rtreet Pttaae IfH ' 



\Mori|-;RN 7 Minn\ h.iuao 
dora Avonuo nrar iiaH 

Phon.- ■^^ \ in 11 

( 



T MORRl.S'iN A !• A KTM K.M'.s Mll.la 81, 
I I- irnianod or unfurnlalied 



\T MORIl 
|.'a 1 rtloli 

BUiti', Willi flroplaio 

AT tba October Manaluna, 
flat. Phone 2112 



an unturoiahed 



\T Loiand Apartmeata Xllt Oaaglaa at., 
bright. laadkra aattaik faralMiad aad 

unf urnlahod 

\.\' I'll op( lona 1 1 y ploaaant aulto, furnlahed 
-■r uiifiirtiialiod .Stanley Apia. Lindon 

^^T Normandie Apartaeaia. Cook and Mai 



at I bit Pan- 
Hay Junclion. 

1 ninga. 

^LKA.N aix rnomed heuae. furnace aad i 

' laaad ry taba; vaeaat Bapl. lat. aflf 
chau<^r Rtraat. Oak Bay. 

l^^sqiriMALT waterfiaat. t raaauk a lolieia; ' 

garage; wired for . eleclrle cooking; 
tadlo^^ 44 4 Conataaca Avenue 

"CtlVB-ROOM buagalaw, JameV~Bay~rloee I 

1 In Parliament Bldga. ; good condition. 
I.ilrhen range aad llaolaam included, l:i. 
HpUndtd aix room koaaa, kaat part of Pglr- I 
field, open Are. gSA TkTRace, garage. IfMl. 
Five-room bungalow. Routh Ciak Kay A%-e.; 
t:3 to Nix room liouao with aplondid bara 
tor dairy .ow..«. i:.i6 |i.,y .st 1 1 « H Am. i 
phlrtl. :i2 L'nion liank lildg Phono ttOS. 



LIMT your uafarnlafced houeea with ua 
Wa kava ma ay i»iig tm hrkSfs that 
we eaaaat All. 

ALDE"4a BONO. LIMITBD 

41S Broughton Ht. Pbone 1011 



ABBBDiBBN Hotel. 041 M«.cnarp— Tra.. 
alaat aad realdeatial; ceatrali BarAoa; 
raaala|[^wasar ta raaass; raaaaaak ^ raioa 



Ifiia 



AH»<Jl.UiKi.¥ baai caah prkea pal 
ladlea/ goatlamea'a aad chlMrea'a 
claM JpiBOi^^ pMraiNO. Pkoaa 



er aaU Ml 



araaiai Iff! Doaglaa at. 



d ter 
■ood. 
tfll. 



AIX Jaak yaa kaaa. ika Vataraa J aaa 
wllf ba r. PHaao Mfl. 

A II I : \TKR wanted, oive deaerlpOaa aad 

.*x |.M. - Box 4201 Colonial 

I \oN'T heeltate— Phuo. I4aa it you baea 

aay furalture you wlah lo diapaae et / 
Our repraaealatlve will a4UI aad aBat aar. 
teat aricaa la laad Raebaaaa. Tat Port a*. 

BN T LBM MN-8 diaeardad elaiklag 
- Beat arlaaa paid. Wa aaU. 

•hew a Ca.. til >Wr Btraot. Pkaaa O il. 

C^BT caak (ar yaar saea'a diacardad ciaih' 
^1 lag. abooo, eta. 4 daora above Blan. 
•kard^iaf Part Btreet. or phoae 14S0 

HIOHK.ST caah pricea paid for old goJdT 
ailvor. antique Jewelry, allvorware. dla- 
■ "'■ J Roaa. lOll Government Rt. 

I I Ml -ii caah prieoe paid for diamaada 
fir i^***-, ai isisassR'fc fit 

faaaaaa Biroat. ViaBk tMa WUl «aM at 
aay addreoa. 

HlUHlL'aT caah pricea paid for au'.d naaa 
furniture, carpeta raagaa china aad 
a<lverware Oddy'a. iSlt Doaglaa atroat 
Pheaa tstt. 



Apartmenta 441 apRarlar. 

i.iorn. furniehad or aafar* 
nlahed aultea. Moderate, cloae In. 



BROAOWAV 
Kriglii. II 



BBLUiVtm Caarl. Oak Bay; near koaek 
aad car; faralafead aalto witk katb: flA 
P kaae tTM. 

HICACON Hill Apartmenta. 411 Vancouver 
- Kuinialio l auiio. bright. ailrarllve. 
rvrry ron v n li-n^-o 



K 



OCKl.AM) AVKM r. - riVMeBOOM 

BlM}Al.<o,\. I;.. I'Kll MONTV. 

VICTOJllA JIBALTY CX>. 
Ilf VIBW RT. PMONM Iflf 



SBAaiDK huine. nve moin 
for ISO fowl. 



lahed and tnola, a 



14 mill 
II nr 



.'hKkonhouaa 
panly fur- 
in" ?4I2U 



noai- lloainn Hill Park 



HK I . w n . 
aingle i 



Apartmonta i 'oay . 1. 
oo(n aultea. moderate. 



2 and 
I'hone 



/lAKi.i'o.N' Apartmoate. Til Paadara -Ave. 
* S.I 1.-1 iisaasksiptaa roaaM Traa- 

alonia tl up 



(M I M PI i: TKI. Y (urnlahed flala. pretty Bit- 
ting rnon a. aiooping aecoAtmodatlon for 
two or four, privalo bath, ailtlag aad draaa- 

ing rooma. 124 and up. MaRPt OabRlaa 

Apartmenta Phone 170. _ 

r~V6MPt}RTABLB amall furalafced aatto. A»- 
-J ply SIS Dunedla. rkoae l4T4lo. 



r^RAL COUBT, 4S4 44a»4 

\J aafaraiskAd saltan A 
tffS. 



Parataaad or 

t. 



Purttlafced or 
ege. Phone 1014 



aparti 
Bay i 



ptORAI. COttRT 414 Rlmra 
unfurnlaho.l aultea, gar 

■nV>R Rent — one modora 
■L* McDonald Block. l>ak 
Phone t42t\. In mernlnga. 

7AMBR Bay. aear Parliament Buiidinge— 
Pa rataked apartm o ata. Pkaaa 4T4 to 

KAMPTON^tl Mleklvaa. Opaofartabir 
faralakad raaaia witk kaar« tf daalrad. 
Pkaaa fMA • 



I. K -4 k 1 H 



01.l> bloyolaa and parts^ ta aay ssa d lttaa. 
Victory cyale Werka Pkeao flA fll 
Jokaaaa Btraot CaU aay 



PHOBB fiaa— WB PAT BMRT PRICMS 
far bottlea rage, teola. atovaa. furali era. 
er aaything alae yon wiab to diapoaa of. 
Wa tail anvwhoro. any time try ua 



KAl.3. 
o.r 



t>uii.va. furl. .lure, o'j clolhaa. Jaah. 
Hoat rrlcea Phone I474L. 

rtl A J UNIT AUBMOf OB. 



V %N • Uuy Juab 

Itll Wharf Hlrool 



Pbaaa titt 



U'A.NTKtJ— hmall office aafo 
•at priaa (pr aaab 



' oionlet. 



Ruts law- 
Apaly Bas Itll, 



U'A.NTKI> — Tlir'.- or four rooma of furnl- 
niro in gon.l inn.lilion Phono lOSl. 

IVA.NTED— Second-hand Wee McOregor 
Tt aaw. Apply Box 4041. Cnlonlet. 

U'ANTKU — Soeoad-hand lawn moware la 
trade far aaw eaea 



New addraaa: TM Part. 



Carver a Boa. 



Iff. 



ANTBO— Ma ay a48kt>(aas allaai 

- - » far 



47 HOpM AWP BOABD 

AT ftf Taaaaaiai Wrat ataaa 

AT nrwaad Ladaa, ff Caak" 
rkra(>«lasa kaard-raald sa sa ~~ 



A T Sunny 
^ V home 4 
Pbone ItlS. 




»' r'- 'w ».■•) 

a D.I a pa rt iiiaD la 
Pbeea 4ISIO 



t'ourtnay Hrr»oT .oi.t... 
Houeekaop.nc roo'».l' 
Hooma t%tr tiaaaiaa;* 



STRICTI.T modern two-roomed femlahed 

f 

u 1 1 hu'lnoaa gti I 



auiie; aaa: Maek fraia baacb aad park 

t20. incladaa llaaa. light, baddtag. flllB 

to Oovarnment. 



rpo I^t — Partially farnlahed upeteire flat. 
1. auii hu'lnoaa gti I KHrhen living roam, 
bed-aiiiinc roojn. ba'hroom, gaa. upon flra- 
placa. I'rivale bouee. Walklag diataaoa 
t»4ra. 

c. s. uxncHKm 

rhr^n- •»-« 111 Pambertnn Bidg 

'pilK ..ranao « b 0 l.indon Ave —Furnlahed 
I ail ' ' alao ainal.. room Phone lltO 



rnna Uraaga. SI 



kS Liadaa Ara.— raratsked 



riuia itaitatMUTi 



aaly. 



BalU far teat. 



WILL eablei my famiehed flat, t reema 
bedroom. walking dietaace. Phaae 



ITItX 



In^Q Qaoeaa madara flat; aaa aad aaal 
Af^iJ range. 111S North Park Owe 



apartnionf 



8BVBN-HOOMBD modata bauae. furaaoa; 
^ '*r** Sf^^i. "**■' aaa. Jaaiaa 
Bay. Apply t»f DaMBiaa B traot. 

l*raaiaad modem hoaee. from 

58 WANTBO TO naan-^mnm- 



romfnrtablO 



moro b«Ui ooina dowAOtAlri^ Ct^M 



liaiT 



ell or eevea- 
one er 



bungalow wltb one er 
ilr 



^iy;rANTBt>— A ll-raamed houae la 



la k 

Bay or I'planda; aSM year'a laaac wnn 
option of pur. haaa wkaa advertlaer'e houao 

lo. gold . n.ix 4271, caWilGua. 



SI A roTTAtlFiM AM> CAMPMITKM 



A.NCHURAUK TBA UAHUUNa. Braatwood 
Bay— Paratabad aatlaBf» flaorad Uata, 
ta real. Altaraaaa taa aar specialty; kaaia 

cooklaf- 

HBACH rabin. partly fnnrtabod. at the 
l.agonn. lo real, iTib ta Hat Aagaat. 

120 Boi t:'t>, C4>loalat. 



BIlRNTWool) Vancouvor lalaad, aeat to 
Sutcbart tlardona Kxceptlaaally gsad, 
well ruiniahod rottagoa. tkroe ta Bra raoma, 
oio, trie light In all rooina, Vary larve veraa* 
■laa, r'U>"i water. magalRaaat vlatra af : 

Naanli h Arm warm aoa batklag: haM aal- 
mon llahinc »l ilnoi Alao a (aw Baared 
lenla Roala an. I launrhea to real. K. B, 
Androa, Tod Inl i I'D. H C. , 



ClOMFORTAH' I furnlahed akaah. 11 
J weekly, aull couple Mra 
Msrchanta Road. arentwr>od Bay 

(t»iHl>o\A MA V— Furnlahed hou 
hoai h ii>ttj,go. III root. Cordi 
1 .oil g I- 

CORDOVA HAT — Two room aataraiabod 
cottage, large walerfreat lati Mf aaa* 
aaa. ar aell eaay terma H. UapB Taaaft 
Lake Mill, Pbaao saitXA 



uao, alao 
va Hay 



BOOM aad board la aalat 
Tarnta 111 waak. ApRly 



try 



HUMMBB Camp ta lot at aattat aC Saaal- 
maR LsBbabi partly faraMftad. Pkaaa 

71T0R. , 

800KIC HABBOM Aato Camp and Ueaarai, 
Sarnmar CaaiR, at tke foot ef Wkiffoa 
Hpii. In rlrgla laraat aa tke aaea aaa aad 
harbor, eapaaplra kaa a k j aartvallad 

Medem ceav 
and lenta 
re . S4»oke. V.| 



^I^J Ren* -Langford l.ake 
A tage, faralahed. an Lal 
tUTB. . . 



Pour-room tol-i 
LalRk Bead. Pkoaa I 



SIR 



ROTRLR 



t41 McOuf»--Tran- 



A T Taajaro Lo d ge Modora. daaiw.ww 
■i^ home: reaaenebia fa laa. isf ralrdaU 

Read Phone SSOtX 

A HKHHFEN Motel 
.» \ aloni and realdenllal. reniral garden, 
running walar In rooma raaaunabl* raiaa 
Phone 10I4O 

BUaiNKfS gentleman aa bnardar la ro 
flaad home Phioa 4444 T 

BOM-ACCORU. 441 Frinceaa. board raet' 
denro rl.ao In rT.r..1ora'o Phona 4041 

/ tOMFon rAHI.K room aad boa rtT^ltii^ Ta" 
^ ' Tonnia 142 4 Uttdrnf. Pbone lOISX. 

loMFoRT A BI.K rooma and board for five 
> • Normal aledenta. five tnaintoa from 
• -bo.il near rar Phono 7«4»l. Ilni %m 
Colonial 

/ |CKAN VIKW Board and reeidence. lerge 
^ ' brighl raowMk homo cneblag. good table, 
cioee to Boaaoa Hill Park, af-ar rar Mra 
Macdaaald. 1444 THIIaa Boad 

ROOM aad baard. la roBaod nat^era eab- 
^^^^^fbaa borne: cbargea aiadarata Pkoaa 



1050 

14711. 



48 KooM ANH lioAUl) u ^^ i|.n> 

tl'ANTKIi — By young man. r.,oiii and 
vT board In pritrata kaato aear <:aatral 
Park. Itaa 4141; Calaalai. 



TO Rxirr 



PEMBERTO.N a BON 

rRFRCP.NT ROAI>>-l raoma fally far- 

nlahed. for obo month ITI.SI 

OLIVER STRKKT~4 roome. I bed 

rrMima: for Auguar arm Hopiombor *t 00 

BKACO?* STRKKT. lamoa Hay 7 

rooma fully furnished; for t moniha 44 00 

rbana Ml 

til Port Street VIoUrta. fi c 



POR RBirr 



WHITTIBR AVBNCB. I raMwa 
ST, PATBIC g BT, Q aB Bay. f n 
OAK BAT AfWfMTf ragsas .. 



Ill 

HM .. fit 
Itt 

coauiaaoiAL a pinancial c#Mr« ltd. 

fll P^rt atroat 



APUM^ISHfe.!' aparimoat. I reema. ttt 
two bedreerna aad bl-abatk III; bMobee 
oad b e d raoat. eelf oentaiaea. %m. Oaaa ta 
Mtsb Babaal Aapir ilti PaaBssak bet wee a 
1 ead S p^m Pboaa 4TSSt* 

ATT R A cn VB^Ha. Bartly faraleaod7~Uaf 
■"■•."**<.*)*'•• Paara; alas arsa a ds; tola- 



phone TtllB. 



|St/A«iA4.0W operimeoi. * 
*9 treat, y^at Mar. n.»do.a 



rouma waiar 
Hnoaa 1T4t>> 



'far- 



tSIOT. 

P^oR RBNT— Loaae from Rept. l.^lraBy 
furnlahed. new 4-r4Mm earn I ataooo b«MI> 



flartabia 

If 
la. 



AT 44T Klagstoa Wraot. slaaa 
ronma wllh R afaskisBla a 

daalred. garage; ar nHBlRkld flala 
Pbone tlSSL 

LAROB bed all tttHI- room, aaar Iowa; 
aSaaaao esapty. with nrepMaa. ApBly 
a^B4X. 




rBCtf. HOTEL 

ni.A .".an A RO BTBI 
cotafortablo 
b»a raooa Pknai latMX 



PAIRPIMLA* MtPriBa 

NT RALLY loeoted oppaalta Clly MkBl 
V/ eleaa aad aaiel. bat 
feaated. reaaooabia raiaa 
JL A. Liaeaaat. prapTotar. 



ga^nw Hea view. 4'*laae lo (tek Hay Oalf 
Club Three bedroofne. one haa hoi and 
• oM walar and flreplaoe . drawing roem. 
■lining room Wltb ftreplarea, garage, lovety 
garden, piano, linea. allver. vacaam. 
141 or riiti. 



HBI.VKOBRB aoOkte H.tRBOM MOlBlai 
Ceenlry appeala te aportamaa. Rskerw 
man, bleterlea. geologlet. ertlat. maaa- . 
lalaoer, or eoeker after real aad reereattaa. i 
TwaalP sas aillaa fram victoria. BiagKii 
by CMB. aiatar aaacb ar aataaaktlai II> 
par day. laalaalra. ^Uadar aaw awaswBla. 
ead I taaaa a sassac M a aar a «aktl lard^6wg 1 

t > |. . ^ i( IMI for an onlayabia " • *r | 
. . at Montagu* Hart*' |i • ' la I 

Ledg. ..a: ana lalan.l ^oat o[.«na.1 .a 
'amp alloa for rent Apply Proprlalar 

isa.p l»l.ANI> MaaORT — ttatal aad 
laralehed eottaaaa; boatlag. batblag. 
fablag, teaaia eta.: tt mllae from Vletarlaj 
•aab eattaaa feaa arlvaie beaeb: milk aad 
farii stsdaHi A^rd wtii bHag raU par- 
ticalara L fk Baareabo^ aooeip UUa< i 
Oallaae. 

aahingio 



Gua 
f« 



/ « RoaVRNOR Nai 
^ I Peader I 
riablag aad 
Mra Laaea. 

HARMUR Maaee 
Aa Meat spat ta 
Baiaiaa. baatiaa. fb 
laaa labta. 



ON Lake Shawnlgaa — Reetfal boata tar 
the winter navira lA>dge Point 41 I, 



C V R C« 



'ma meet reaaonableb 



8FKNt> loi n VA< ATIOM AT TT COI.L. 
WTM, ar>'>ko V I Ctralient flebing. 



kaattag, good Imma rooking, uae garaget 
madera reByoaloaoatk YafMa II ap. 

look* 



'j^tua wi 

♦ tee 



la WRMaMaaas. PaWard Markar. Maaie , 



BIIAWNIUAN I.AKI 



WXI.I. farntehod raoma wltb aaa af| 

kitchen. iitltaB tssaia large veraada. 

pad rawbooM. Tia aat day. Barira Ladgo. 
LalM^feawaMM^jiM 



Ola 

dera. 



Iflf 



l^^rRMnHFf) 

' piano, mud 
Apply at aar 

Hui;aBaL foraiabew aad aai 
rent er for aalo aa aaay 
M. Roeoell. ISlt Itroad Street. 



Rove. 
Ireet 



MObBRN 4 rooma Jaa^e Bay; Raar parh^ 
Pboae meralaga. 4M4I» 

^t'PBBlOB fnraii 

Aveaae. 



fraiaisd kaaae 
Apply tttf Bardeii 



8T. ABNVa rfBBBT. OAK MAT-Pea 
. /IS!". 1^^. tdllr tafaMke. 



• 74 Tate* 



MACMieOI. A CO. 



8 



BVBRAI. Oleelr 

Bay and Pali 



1470 



kaaaaa In oak 



63 i*OTTt /m¥ Ally 

4tA POrUTBT AWM avPPUMi 



Hr.KI pricea peld I 
feuliry Farm. 4 

toto 

1,"»<1R Halo tn logi.i.r., iri 
r alrain. flne big l.ir 
hoaae. Apply tTIt tirakataa 



paid for poultry ttogvlaW i 



I la I I la Rd Phone 



aariinaa, PBIiaar'a 
la. party taartag 
aa Bt. 



VIOTOBfA Paaltry Barbaaaa, 1114 Ooe. 
eramont atre*. Phone 1470 Caeb pold 
oa arrival f'^ir all alupmoata nf live pooiiry 
ead acga oar track will epll aaa takO' 
deiirara arttfcia 44 mllaa aC IrtalKI^ Slre« 
reapaadoa e e aaMptlad. 

AWTBl>--tiai3^»- r. '.y'n^B. aMa tS7l 

pwtleta Mar 4< ' 

KfXl WMITie I -r 

atraia. tar ao o. nn* w*aka aid. 
Moibiae Aaer la BX. Arvtwtag Baay— 
Crate fatteaea. atltk-fod ehlekeoa eed 
brollara Tfco aaly stare in v «>. a 

kuia ejary eatafeea it ae ia i.-.r y 

Jefca Day, Iff Cargsaraai stteec raoaa 



1 



fHE DAILY COLONIST. VipORIA, a<X TUESDAY. AUGUST 10, 1926 



A Mart for Busy Read^ts-Hopse and Busine^^^ and Exchange 



100 



Y AND l4inMfO*K 

WTANrx^TTIC ptlM'lx ••••• ,1"'*'' 



DOCM 



^\ Wilk»nw>n ("<>op»r»«« or phon* •ttlB> 
J? oM rhaa* KaAtIM **T. 
all r*(tat*r*« aleck 



• EoiaTBJtBD wm 



Phoa* ••7t 

al»»mpUa 



■(•eh 

uatiDC atrain Ch'inr i ... lUii* Jl M ^ 



3 



MiaCKUUAMBOtH 



ixnra minvi* 

IPBCIAL. iMa WMk. II* 9*T »<Ur. 

ti» »ir« P«( ■hop. 
maat St. 



Vt^fK-in rarf. lt«V( 
*V w«ano. huaciM^ at*, 

T71 <'.>ririr>raBI 



66 



Ai T. . RAIIOAIN^— •at'-k '"•f^'Vi 
„-« ilraa. $t7i. f.rflll.r «, 
T oaiiB M»». Mudaon Wup»r Sn »»"*••' 

7 ».»i>» . I«K1 l «<1lll»r « rnr><l»l »7, 

7 paM , ll.ltO. Chalnicra. inudal 
■*aa . Tar ma. Tra«M. 

('hargad « . 

l ARTM I-ARTH _ '^^"XL^.. 

Knr 1 .i.lllU'- « Hum k Mu.laon Bllp*r, 
lU* Mpaad Wason. 
Unpp. Maaw 



n.i. 

J»B. 7- 
No BMBca 



.>itud»bakaf. NaaVi. 

H. rlan<1. B <» <■»>»» 



VCbftuaaad mtiTa 
ACirn: 



A.MK 



AUTO WRKCKlNO l <> 

Phoaa 33^* 

V .sA' Hli !■ K *M.n»I^i» clly, mu.' 

•miraa, i»»w paini. nn» rondlllon; ' > ' 
Art*«»« tafma. «U oovrnroaot M. 

In* n«w .rri.. <-ar: •!> !■ •••darful ehap* 
p.inta4 »• mtit wrcDmmrj - 



raal buy »< U»» M«»ni«Wla la»rl»«. »••• 



and w 1 1 

^^•dal "r. 'nr<« lire, n»i» palnl, mnA s'n»r%\ 
■pMaraac* »>»tl«r <»i«n »»»r»«i>. m-i h«nl 
Mllr akaolul.lT parf.cl, «nlr !«»» 
Ml* modal aava»-p*»a«n«.r laur.na. 

•atra ta*4 rabkar aad appaaran *. U run 
«M ua* a car llli* thia y»» aan't (o wruns 
•t tttt Tarm» iratl.a Olhar kar«al»a 4a 



■t.'^OR H«1f I. Hi" mo 
r Hot I12H, 1 iilonlal 



»(l,. > i, 



4*1 IMI WrA M«aii. 



ih'vrnl" H'lg in airallant 

Hi) i>« 1 < r 'hour. J'hooa 



PkM* 



14'^JCUICRAI Ir.i. k» ( «m«roa 

y»t. . 

LEAVTNO IM «ltp. ■!■«*» •»! "^r <»^« 5"'* 
TBurlnf. twa M« Uraa. h.«i<t ■ho<-ic 
«hir,r(.er«. MMP WttM: ••••»• »^^«. ^.V 



r.. away mnnMimmiw »?•••■ ^" 



O^' ro'uVlni.' nir ll»il*l. rt»«r«u«hljr «»«r- 
glna wHh Buarantaa to »ur«h*a*r, 



fvanlnga. 



SfSCIAL. K»b..ilt Trurka — t%-IOB Paek- 
■r4: I>l«'MOn'1 T 7St ton 

OJI C i i-tO» 0»rf iirll . IS* "in li. . f'.f ■! 1 » J« 

F«r« l-t«n truck, with 1 

land H. IITI. iiii.i»oi> Smmt Ma. Mt*; 

rtiovrolai. tM: I a»tf 



0»«rli 

Koril« lis «n'1 - - -,, - 
I (Oil v.iirm ■! ilv« i»»r cndl, trMl*r* 
1 ta * K.n. oo<) h»nJ i.»rt» for »ll m*lM« 
aC^trwika. Clarka • aarvica 0«nMI*b UlT 
•t. . 




liX a*ll McLawMMi Maatar 
ina«ai. la coetf aaaAltlaa, tar NH. Boi 

till. Colnnl*' ___________ 

aPKClAl. VA1>UBB IN OMO CAM 

roa TMis wMK 

1*M J«#»TT TWO-DOOm raDAIt, «a L«a4 
- - " rMr iMviaa far CMm. 

l>l»tf A N T ' H Wo RT TO irVi INO 
far 

FAlDk. i TAaS. TOI'RINO Owoar laavlnj 

\Vr " $147,) 

ch«vr6Lbt auPKRH^R. 




$575 
$750 



PAioa 



$550 

ioa "sfoiit TOURiMO. if»« tti •>-:() 
IP • • ' ■ • •»•• •- «7 , 

lOAparam •ir t 'J 

DOI 



TOURIMO ^IJU 

Tka abava can ara aioaptlaaal valuaa »• 
hava athar anapa at a^ually lew pricaa and 
«*llM advlaa to inapact our atock batora 



■VB BKOTHBRa. UIMITBD 



■AVB MM 



BM «. I'M 

DB LCXB IBDAM 

■4ttfp»*« wttb: 
•(•takakaf Rf«ra«lte AatamaUa 

«»irhaal Brakaft 
I Ma* Wk«*l» 

tira Taaa aMI Ttea 



M«tam*«a 

Aaiamaiia WlRiafclaK 
-Kaar-Vlaw M lt aa tb AM 
aaak IB IM M — Ctwl. 



Ttflli 90% 



AND 



> N'^T PAH. T>> nar. 
BxcarTioNAL orrsB 



MM 



ttAliV A 

OMWVBOLJBT B.O. Taarlac. t> • 
•«ratr «aliv«ria« »*«rar »ltw 

Fi>RO COUPS, apaeia.1 wira wfea< 
an ■ 
a» 

» 

jm^BTT TOfRINO. IwO'lona 
TaaiUna and in nmw rar 




I nlidi 

U«B 

ttASt MPAN. aat far tram aav 
If a art la aaaa aama mMi*y 

at 

'MUPtOW OOACH. tello«a llraa and aupar- 

mvms .'!.r.'rT'*r.tii86 



$605 



gfrVPBBAKBIl. lata nt' 
•»r >f*M »>«• it's 7 \ 

At IM >a« yrtea •{ vO 4 i> 

A. W. CAJITSa 
•II cawtMgr Mraa( 
•M Taiaa Biraati 




T»a "Hm*-PraTaa 



'.':isr25 



RKAI. i»o(ili nuTl 

ID, aaod baliarr. atmaat naw 
tlra«i p*la*. uphnl4t«rr motor and 
av«rjrthioi m t >. ' ■ > 1 ■ 
OVBRUAM- « T .'■.n' r. \ ■ . ,|. 

war* prl»ai»ljr owaaU. A caai •"►"'.l^ 

•raaamirai bay • • ..•..•.•♦^^>»''/ 

poRt' TourifiB. Win raa C!!"" 

|K>R(< I '■' — ■Ian t..o«ka lik* n« » », 

akock akanrbara, aaeaUaat lira* 'tt I ■ >~ 

)« fact. avarytkMMI AL PMaa ^i^'i 

jfOUD roup* AI ardar. tiraa an'i ^ 4 i u t 

4»arT' •>">» B«i>ur.». !..-ihi.,, 

OVBItl*"-:' « . ,,«MTr 

IV* •aoallaal aarvtoa. 



^a**jar 



tkai will 



rill al« 
•a»Ur< 

■•MiiuMuii aoroBj 

r r 



tl50 

ala r 



X k" •'«■ ' i>"''«« ijjV 

UVVrlMd It. * paa»*na>r HH I i:v.,iaaa, 
ara l-taa DtMMM Tl •'taa Dmmitn lU. 

laa aa<iar4tt<«aa iMnaaUi i<t«« Par\ 

wHb 1T»l«*raal traka ia laa u a. t laa 
»batiaa. raar aad r,.mpi*ia Traiiara »it, 
alaa. * aatf t •«•>. < t>»aa '*«c«b<i baa>< 
irta (a* *'* makaa «( ui*a«uk 1 




65 



AirrOMOBIUBi 



HAYIOlfAL 
A 



Car* mt QaaMCp 

vaa4 Oar to a Car 
War** " 



n'RiHAai 

UATk' a«aii 
t'Vr aarvlaa. All 



;'t OUARAMTEK 



IMR AaCaata. tan daya' fraa 
our ears ara rocoiitlitlooa<l. 
paaaad Ibruuch and loapaciad by uur *buk> 
and our clarlrlral d«pi. Parchaaar* taav* 
(ba opiiou of ai>plylBa Ibolr <i*p«aiia oa aay 
uLhff naw or ua«<l car wllbia lau daya u( 
purctiaaa. If Bui aatlaflad 

Tka Uauaa Wlik a PaAatU f aUai^ 
Vfpfk A utu»l *th ta iMk 



$210 

I. nioior 

$2J5 
$180 



't ' M HI M. I A 
1921 TOfRlM. „ \ I ,„.., I,,..., 

with naw pa ni, guoU iuPb«r. 

1 hia wrrk 
Till HI Ni; ..r with a B«V r«a« and 

in AI t undllinn tIra* u K 

fi»>* (.,11 II I 
•'VKHI.ANU Tourinc Modal t* 

.-^P*" lai ihu vaak 

i>J. lot'RIMO. ovarhaitta« SMtar, aaw top, 

< olar 9wlH/ 

I9?3 rrx UIMi, ovrrhaulad CaWI»>al*ly. fO«r 
'i'w iirra. K*«cl«l A^MVa 
Ml . xoak ^MaVv 

i»:.« r<Mi(iN(i ia AI aMakaaiaal cMMUlaa. 

aalaha.l in «ray ■allaijp ftflKn 

rolor .Special / 

i»!i Toi'RiiH^ tara .»a« t|r*« Al •^> ■I- 
nlol•akln ealar. ' apactaf ^.-l HI 

Ihla wack ^TY I \f 

1*22 < 11 BV III il.K r Touring ...-ihauir.l 
motor, naw i,<p, now irar »nd. 

o«w palat 



$245 



i l.o.SKI) r'ARS 
' 'I 11 rnriiplaialy o ra r ba II lail, Willi n » 
• kin nalah, good rubbar, evar- 

»a9M kattary WO^tf 

■ ' 'iiFK aamplataly aTarbanlad. ovaralxa.t 
orri flraa. Oniabcil in gray. $»'?^5 

l>ik OX PK. full balloon aqulpmant. nniahaa 

i-pa^r""-^-. $525 

Ti 1.1 .R SKUAV With Ihraa aaw tirea. guar 
.r . -..1 .XI lianl.al rORdltlaa. Jf*?*)"^ 

r'» paint. .sparlAl •1P»»— 

> KUAN, ««araat««« la tka kr^ 

"1 Caa>a baacbt tkta I < t~; 

waak for i • ) 

KORLMiR nr: DAN. AaHfeaa m t" 
chaauatAondiiiun taaraalaod ftT^lk'k 
far tkraa moatba S»*<lal 

aOADrrsBB 

ROADfltaa. la $—4 afeaff. 
Baal valua far ......*.. •T''^ 

Itta aOADHTBa, M MMtlCal condition, 
good rubbar, naw 4*,V7'^ 
palBi nP-- • • ' 

1*1* ROADSTER, full laliaaa aqutpmrnt. 

grajr flaiah. 4tae wkaala <L< 1 fx 

Spaalal ITtlX* 



uxoirr 

I.IQHT DBt.lVBaT. with eamplat* maior 
ovarhaul. In A I ahapa. $'^15 

ll2i I.KIHT DELIVERY, In baat of rondl- 

;r: •""•.t:^ $400 

TRICK, with canopy lop. ajlan- ^11)0 
aion fram* 

TRUCK, worm driva, % tord woad tO; t t 1 1 
ba«p. > i *alal tMa waak ' ' 

iltTTKUCK. la At akava; aaa ka 
feousht for 

NATIONAL MOTOR rOMPANT, KTU 

Pbeaa 4»** 

IS! Talaa Straol « Victoria. B.C. 



RT'TtNO A i:SBD CAB FMMi ■. A OAVIR. 
LTD.. I« NO BParirLATTON. rot; PAY A 
VBRY LOW PRICE ACCORDING To THK 
TVPB OK CAR YOtI BIV. ASK YOU 
KNOW IT AR REPRBHBNTEU BE- 

CAU8B WE HAVE ALWAYS MADB A 
PBACTICE OP OIVINO YOl' PA09 W- 
HTEAD OP •PANCIES. ' 

McLAUOllLIN— Aaaartmani of diffaroat 
ma«ala la katfc 4 aaa •-erlladar trpaa, aay 
oaa at wkteH will glva ra« yaar* of aaila- 
faclary traaaportatlon. tt.**0 ^^(){) 

It:* JBWBTT rOACH (Naw Day) — Run 
only a faw daya and hardly poaaibia to 
tail frnn) brand naw. Bqulppad with 
) jniiim front and back. ItlOtnrmclar. 

four «haai brabaa apara tIra, «tr. An 

oppori unity lo aav* a lot of monay on a 

naw car of thia lypa 
OI.DRMOaitaB COUPE. 4 paaaangar— On* of 

lha nlraal-looklnf cara In town and In 

firat-rlaaa ooadltlon Inalda and out. If 

yoH want a coapa, b« (ur* and 

try thia ona out . . 
Wn,.UTR-KNKiNT— Jliat baan orarhauiad 

and radalahad. aad ia la arat-riaa* con 
ditiaa Ikraiichaai. t^adaaktadly ona nf 
Ika froataat bargatna avar of- #QQR 
tarad m Ihia lypa of rar 9vOkJ 

AaaariRMai of otkara 



$S5() 



K. A. t»AnB. LTP. 
MeLaatklia Balek 
Ml Tkla* atraai MM 
Opaa BToainca 



CBRTIPtBD USBD CAM 

BTary Car a ' SAFE BflT* 

•oa tap at tka faliawtac earn aad 
ba oaaviaaa^i 



CHEVRDLKT -t*" 

far 

CMBVROUBT (laa 

fl^A^S a a a a • i mm •***•*•••** 

OvaiUaAM» Tawtaa. 

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fMtP Oa«»ai a 

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gift 

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CHk.vRuL.BT I 

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T^VfMlff • ■ * *••••• ••••^•■••ai 

LBXINOTON. 

I'Paaaaagar *»»»m9»m»9mm»m ^ % 

NA8H TourlnB. 

Advaa<-ad '»• 

HTIll>k.ltAkKU . fin* 

• ha pa 

McUAUUMLlN. aao Ula 

• ■ • aaoaaftaaaaava***** 

MaLAtnuilallli a 

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, nr 1 •) 

$500 

$600 
$900 
1600 

$500 
$750 

$1350 

-*1 KM) 
*I7(M> 

$i;ioo 



run oott NSW 

XATM AMD QUAMU 



MMO MOTOa CO.. LTD. 



rrao CAM 0» MCRIT 

OVBRI.AHD •17-: 

TOVBIKO «•... Cll>> 

OVBRIaAND -^1" Cl^*^ 

TOVaiNO ..aa.. •*^*- > 

BM8X 



BM8X *it I i I 

TOtTRINO t a. 'Irt-*" 

$4;(K) 



I>OI>OB 

ROAf>aTaa . •«...•*•«. .a* 

Mrl.AfOIILtJf 
RoA|k!*TBa .>...•....«•.• 

roi PE 

WII.I.Y»« RMOMT 
TOtJRINO 



$1185 



rLonmrn n am pt.A<ni 

Ow a nao<1 raa maana Ikat ymi am 
■atting valua for >aur manay ona nf 
tboaa aarg will aaii yaa Cnma in nad 
UUk aaar tarma 

T1IOMAB PLIMLET. LTOw 

•traat Slatdila. AC 

MT 



1010 's*£*d-; 



• « : in 

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ri<^ li.taa. Appi] 
ta. UML. IMI nr« • 



14* 



9$ - jLVroUlMIlSB 



THE BENT BtY» IN TOWN AT 



l*H Bay a a RTaB Caaak. Vklok la abao 



at 



v« ■ efiMa. ^«w«. 

•Sml "a TlAhtf^ *** 



• •aaaaa 



• HEVROLET Baparlor 
S.v.ly rondlMon If yoM an 
a r.-al bargain, aaa Ihla ona 



Touring In 
Innkinc for 



$47" 



Mrl.A riJHI.IN Maalar Koiir |..iting. 
Uarhanitally prrfaci. ami tha nuiaida ap- 
paaranca li>oka r^al 

a, nan ♦.Ili.J 
li:i PORD Touring, with good llrra. naw 

kattarp. ata.. aad raaataa ra^r 9f)f>^ 

••aa*aaaoaa>4a taaaaaaaaaat a. ^r^^^*^^^ 

IMI-#roD«»AKa« B p an l al 
18 kaaatUal akaaat all «aad tlra* 
aad jaat rataiakad 



Caa 



Touring 

$0S5 

MM Bapa a raal alaa ryaalaa aad aman 
laaklac llttlaToio Caapa^ $350 

till O T M i ia AWB i-cknia*^ #| ka 
TiarMd A «tft at •XiWi 

Wa ka ra aaaarat aara prtoad aa 



It 



$75 



M^'-'Kii, .\i . f .1, 1 ■().. LTD. 
iU Yaiaa St.. Cor. o{ guadra, : Pkaaa 171 



J A MM O N Moii.R.s UUUTSB 

RED TAU 
OVARANTBBD UBBD CABf. 

MEANS tha kaal aarTle* and prataetloa 
tbat II la poaaibia in obiain In purehaa- 
ln« a uaad rar W« giva 1 aoA MIt.BR guaraa 
laa on llraa within ona yaar, ona yaar on bat- 
lary. 1« daya' guarantaa on dafactlva parta 
and frar aar»|.-a on xljuatmania Wa hava 
•old ai :,«•! Inn K,.,) Tag rara thia yaar 
which ara siving 1*0% aatlafacilaa. Onr 
»adatlaaa ara tka 

r MM 



Rad Ta* aara 



at our 



STVDBBAKBa Light Rlx (Rad Tag). 

Thia u tka lataat madai a^ inriudaa 
diac w^aala aad kailaaa tiraa <'ar u«-, 

oalja 

for . . 



«.M« aUlaai 



$1250 



OAKUANO (Rad Ta«>. Tkia la 

c:r;tS?'LaBr " 

'of agaaa 



To OntHft-'Xown 
^ Subtcribers 



<>u(-<)f town nubjcribrrs who 
^^l^ll to answrr advrrtikcmrnts in 
whuh only thf telephone number 
o( tlir adxrrtiscr is givrii, may mail 
till II rrplieg to The Colonist, and 
I h. Colonist wiU commanicatr 
•ucii cejklicd to the advertiacr. 



71 S^mnss DlRBOtORT 



WORK' 




A" 



ik oaowaarda, tottarta*. aom- 
aa«rt.lnJ art. J. d McMUIaa. >•! Oslaa 
<ts Tuw auaM. PkaM i«ffa. 



69 



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(CentinuadI 



KKTAII. aroRJ 
Dofacthinary, dallaata 



•a aad 



A. grovary. ctoaa to aobaal. goad raaldantUl 
diatrtac. WMk baonufal *-raaaa4 bungalow 
^ Boa «1IU CoWoiaC 

HOTBIJ4, ArARTMKNTB, 
KOUMiMU UOLdBd 



VPAJtnrRWT Blaalu l* aaitaa, Raad In- 
nt Pj a a ^ilST^ iMti |lt.Ma. Oaraar. 



AN ABSURRD TNCOME Tf yo>i undar 
at and cataring and hav* paraonallty, 
aa oscallant npportanlly praaanta Itaalf to 
arqulra a fully -furnlakod ZO-roomad BOARD 
RRMTnR.Ncn A graat daat of monay haa 
t>.'an Mini la hrina viada. but i ha ownar da 
a.ira M-lir,- mlo pi U m : ^ lifr ll IB th^i»« 
fore a (.iUl.Nd CONt'KKN. and au Itkillal 
tl.**0 oaata wMI handia aama; tka bnlanca 
oaa allhar ramain oa mattsaga or agrac 
RMat of purch&aa .H«a ua, wa'lt ba plaaaad 
M clvo you > irp.t datatia 

R. O. I HR16TY A CO., LTD. 

Ttmaa B«lldla« Viptarta. B.C. 



I Ol i| , w 1 1 I 



pri.-a 
Inra I»d 



nlanta of wall - f urnlahed 

I a ' ■ ' ' ' K ■ . ff 17 r oorn» Low 
(>OuU rcvcnua piudurar Caij^rally 



$750 

laraatad 

I4aq)i. 



— CRMTRALLT 
raoma R< 
la ravanua 
cama and aaa ma 

r r Hioo.s 

Ml Pambarlon Building 



ix>CATBO taa 
If la- 
AMrtaiaat 



" Highway — L,l<>attaad katal. raa«A 

. . .ni i.i.>ra air Wall>aatakllahad 

,,1. 1 lion ran ba graally Im 

> r fuM pariii-ulars rail aa J. R 
:04 Hayward Hlork 



CMBVROLBT 

Touring 



$11)5 



MoI^UOHUN tUMit Ms, 7-paaaaaaar, 

raaanr drdar, at a - * - 



In toad 
aaerlttca 



JAMBSON lUAOBA UaUTBB 
741 Bvaagfetaa Bt. raaaa t>4( 



BABOAIM 

B.O. MOTOB BX1QBAII48,. LTI). 

U^K ar« aomatlmaa abia ta karry forward, 
aomawhat, tha lima wkaa you'll ba 
'raadr" ta owa your own rar, by oaabling 
you to parcbaaa to bat tar advaatdSa tbau 
yau bad tbaacbt It paaalbia la da. 

ova rRHBMT laiaT imclvobs 

$575 



lilt HUPMOBU'B Toarlaa. la tba 

baat pgggt k l* aaadlUaa 

ilMal OYBBIaANO faarlka. A 9SV7K 

waadarfal bay far .....77. wOiu 

MeiaAVOHUN Haaiar au. MaAai 

■•4t. A raal aar 

MelaAUaHlallf Maatar Mi. Madal 

■•44, aaadaur 

DI RANT Tourtac. All now 

rubber <'ar In apiaadid eaadltloa 
STUDtCBAKEK 7 Paaaangar Rig 

Hlx , hII naw rubbar A glfl at 
KORU Ro.,d»tar, •tartar, ate. 

f-Oniplfta 
1111 KoRLl rourlng all naw rubb'- 

car In unod < ondltlon 

Itl7 V^RU Touring. Tb* kind 

aha llkaa tor 

4tcL.AUQHL.IN t-eylladar, Caiaplata •'A 

vltb aat a( apara ta rtda -wttk ^J\J 




1 

trad' 

rrov. 
,lva 

ROoMINO houaa, cloaa'la, II rooma. Fur- 
I haaar can llva rant frea and maka 
monay Complaia lagolag, tl,***. Torma 
J. A. Walkar A Ca. lAd.. Pkaaa 14M. 

V^PI.PNniD opportualty, t*-raamad hoaaa, 

1 ~ ,1 ' . - ' .1 . 1 r\ I ■ • . - .part 

70 IH>AI,S wit l.AI'XHJtS 



ARMSThONO BKi 
p«rt macblniaia 

ptioB* tat* 

!i ■>>• aaw i»a« 

igaitiuu. hi. u. 
airaat. Vtatarl^ 



Maria. waya. •■- 
1 •• aina aloa atraai 



tiai aa a 



1.^oa Bal^^-ta-faat laaacfc. aaaad. aad la 
- rnanlag ordar Will aall «l 
haa BO furlhar uaa for aama 
Boat Houaa, Bunnyaid* Av« 



Z«&.a.M 



BUSINBU miKMAJX OUT 



hXnO RADlATOItS AlVD rg. t l>fcJM 



ITPEWRITKitB 



s 



rnaa aamlnatan partaalo typowrltor baa 
X tba aama bay I 

duac tar IIl 



laybaard «a tba bta mnablaa 
ii|^4>bMuaa far tlpra* ta "mada 



la Cm- 
Co. at Caaada. 
•••A 



WOOD AND OOAli 



COOPERAOB PUBt< WOOB 

Phaaa MM 

BLOCK WOOTV-Par load, tl !• 
par cord 

8TOVK WOOD Par load. Itkt. 'Tf' 
par cord , Vi. 1 O 

Kl.Nl>LlNLi — Par load. 41 »*. 
par aard ,,tmttf 



$0.75 
$4.75 
$3.50 



$7.50 ^rSSiaT 

Pkaaa 7((1R1 



WIMDOW C14CAMNO 



1 OJX. *1T Part atraat. PbaaaUU. 

■Tha Ptoaoar Pirm" 
Bardwaad flaora 'aajid aad pallabaa by 



alaatrta aMaklaa. 



Proarlator. 



ypfpr Ks.sioN AI. i)mB oroii | 

BAJlKim'ims 



FOOT A MAMaa 



PAINLBBS chiropody Why aoffar naod- 
taaaly frein rorna^ Madama Coapa. 
ld.O.'*k *1I a&»ward Uldg JHhaoa 1411. 



7t 



BOB BAIJi 



A Mwr 



OAK B A > 
5p<», i»ii*a in riaa Ray 

. ,( «' il> «ot .'<>i-.-» 
4 RE «all ng ai » m a in Ihla dlalrirl Phoatd 

•*a you raauira a houaa lor iha Winlar, It 
wy pt i ^kaad w^ Mr raa »• »l»o ua your ra 

wB BJivB ^rmrvwft i.iptino.s 

Tog aaa aavo macb ttma and iroub ~ br 
■ aMing oa til* Mao aad fwH partlrulara of 
tba hoaao you Bood. aBd MW tad •■>* yaa 

hava at your diapnsal * 



B 



» AIHPtBI<P 
UTBR.'i who hava dalayad a y«ar ara aur- 
' JWtaad whan Ihay find lhair rhoua of 
iMWa* I"'" '^'« «"'ion I. »o t'mltad. 
I .s IK WANT TO niZB'VF 

PAiRriRI'lJ WLICKLV 



BBBBBBTON A SOB 
•tl Part mtm, VlttatM. ■ G. 

Ml 



WLLT-PVRNIt^XKD OAB BAT 
RKMJ HCNOALOW 



78 



vnii 

<CoBllnaad> 



#yt A Ai t VKW N K.x.M ."iTTrr-o Rrw 

#*V\Mf liAI OW IN nKUT PART. MlaH 
PAtRKIKI.l> Kntran-' hall larga liting- 
raoni mith opan nrapia.a and bulll In bAoh> 
ana** dining room, ruiiih kllrhan. I bad 
raagwa S plara balhroom Pall bUtb ea«aat 
kaapaaaat. A b4»fna wartby ac taa aaBNb 
rar tartwo aad partlcalara apply ta: 

N K^TOBIA BBAIaTT t • > 
414 Maw 5lraat « Phoaa 



BBBT* * KBft, UMRBB 

Jauranca aaJ 
IMd Baaaramani mi rar. 

Phon* lit 



$1750 



a. Oaa. 



dra ptaca. 



„,1 p. ■ . : » t l.rn 

built. In bookraars. Dining 

aaaallad. Oaad-alaad l>aieb kiteban. 
Two nlea hodrooma dawnataira with bath- 

room tr^twa'n < >n.- «"Od b^droAm upatalra. 
H"u .ii..r,l ((.■••toiitu «iUi .munI'-) iiil>« and 
fuinair 111' fuinlluio I* «.l in il'^- viry 
baat uf rondillon an t lo. ludra u^ai aiiiiTKd 
Chratarhald and iiiair. aa good aa ii..»f, 
mahogariv dining luom aulta , walnut bad- 

r .1 >.uiia. good earpata; MaBat aloctrlo 

ranga and walar baatar. X taa tad^ an good 

atraatat Taaj.^ifttrstta.'Tca'*' 

I aooMBo rAiBTiBiaD BtmoAixm 

fcMT(;ATBD aa tka klak part at BalrlMA 
> ta aadd laaaMtr: tally ata^lara. unaa 
aiaad lat. aad a kargala at ll,M*, aa tarma 

A BABOAIN IN A BRA-VIBW HOMB 

SEVWt rgiaia llvlag-roam, dtaing-raaia, 
kllrhan and four badrooma Thia hoaaa 
la alt ua I ad on a larga lot. high loratlaa. aad 
commanda a waadarfvl aaa vlaw. Ia drat- 
cu^BMiiyaa tiaraca. rrtaaw aa tarauk 

TO BBWT 

BVBM-BOOMBO fcaaaa la kaM laaallty; 



8BVBN-BOOI 
aarUy tari 
imm far a 



CHIK O ru AC1 OK 



»Ain. o. u>MBk B-a. Pk 

" Tal nil; 



HI Pambor- 



IE. HART A TODBh ftm 

ni Port atraat 



LEWia WUlLX) — JowoU Blaah. 



MKPIOAIi ff fllMM M #IWi ll> 

marhanlcal th*rapaa 



C3WEOI8H maaaaga 

4^ tl, 

Salhy. 



If 



path/, dwad.ar. ^r.l.iii Pli. nca ZI4«. 4I14U 
"trn^fi^ll .s ^ M »J « 1 ' l ainbartoo^ 



apaolallata 



AUTO Kadlalar and Kaodar 
WarkoMiDahlp that caaoot 

BtJROBBB 

IMI aoToramoat mir%^ 



m il j>ii:ji.s a.m> < .-^ui'ic.n'i krm 



MATKK.MTY IIOMK 
ralag ■ 

an. a. 



HaAracaoPT Nuralag Homo. T*l 
Mra a. Jab 



•taa 



PKIVATE Matarnlty Hem. 
M Kantla IIOI l>avla .-^Ir. 



Mra P. 



AMTTBINO ta balldlng »r rapaira Phoa* 
I1»A Baa tl ag a apaclaita. T. Tbirbatt. 

BATHS 

'^RTaTAL OAaDEN r>aa waiar balktag. 
bot._jaa waiar aaa Tarfctab 



78 



UDISKS Hm HALE 



CARPET CI^KANINO 

/^lARPBTBRXA ca. 14» Port 

\J W aaa ar a af Baiantaa-Baa«b mtmai 
alaa rapaira aWaraMaaa. ata. H ha aa ItliT 

jRwlBliBMak 



1>M HUPltOBIIaB TaaHac. SaaM- ttj 7*; 
tlOag wortfc whila fpr 4*^ < ' ' 




( HBVaOLBT 4M Toarlaf. A 
flna faoUlp OAr ..4... 

DODOB sadaa. la g ar t ii t 

ahapa 

Mrl AI QHLI.N i> 44 Toarina 

Running wall all gnwl rubbar 
(iRAY [>i iRT r.iiiting A httla 

wondar Harb waata 

CADILLAC. Modal IT dawkia 

laitar, 7-paaaangar 

oMCRtJUID apart 

Touring ^ 

IMI BOBB •aiaa. A kka«fja 

tar 

TERM.'*' TRADKfi' 
Wa Rapair l.ooaa Whaala WhIla You Walt. 
PA RT»- Whaala. ailaa, llraa, gaara. top* 
^l(«rl*a radlatera llghta. for all makaa 

If Taa Waat ta Ball Taar Odr 
Baa Oar Ottaial AMraBar 
A«M <:aa«raata B ai a >aaa d 

Rc MOTOR aawABOBi i-Ti> 

1*11 Port auaat Pbaa* 441 

J ■ - 



$].)() ^^JJjrj^^JJogjjoljJiy^JUi^^ 

|;5()0 1 5™*? 

raa'ra afraid 
ba elaaaoral 

Why, Ihar.a Bottling to ba afraid of whOa 
yon aand tham to th* rily Dya Workai Ba> 
thay will cama baak ta yoa Ilka aawi 



•1. X 10 aan/l lirlantal rug* lo tl 

$125 

y^gtal|^a |^| r gj A ^ Jll 2g k jj^ tl 




1923 



DODQB BROTHKRv 'iilPB, 
ThI* car haa baan rapalntad aad 
thoroughly otrorhaulad Many thouaaada of 
milaa of Dadga Brolhara' dapaadabla aartrlea 

JL B BVMPBBIM MOTOBa LTB. 
•II Tataa Blraat Pkaaa 4Ti 



BBAL. CARB a 

HiBk MaaBa r d Uaad 

Baai 

Ittt Naah, I pa«a 

1114 Rao. 1 paaa ...... 

till »(ud*bak.T I paaa 

Lat* Uod*l Fnrd I>all*ary . 



CONaOlalOATBO MUTORd 
I4IUTBB 

•M Ta*aa Btaaat 

t HM • 



Il.4t* 

til* 

t27l 

(VICTORIA) 

Mit 



DKvtjoons — WH01.K.SAI.K 

WaOL B AAL B DRTQOODa— Taraar. Baa. 
taa A Oa, i id wbaiaaau ^mjat 
aad HaBufariurora Maa^ far. 

■ Big Horn- Br|iad^ ikirta 
ordara attoadad ta. 



G' 



KNRRAT angrirar ataaoll anttor aad 

aaa .nfiavar liaa Crowtbar, Graaa 

KXPRB88 AVD TBAMIXO 

ATTBN T 1 
»»n 



OS (.laaaal llaa Stacbar'a big 
Houaa faujovala a apa til* lly. 



|M A 1 U A N 

' n . • f H 



.i..a«pb Uaaaay, attieo at ISO* 

V~ KMBOssl-.n KIATIKINKRT 

R|TATB rrATiOMjRT_omb<aaw4 la aay 



aial 7:»a4r fi^Haaaat. 



liXJCCTRICAL. OOHniAOrORB 



asoaptloaally wall kaitt kaaM at als 

rn.wiia all i .o'n. on ona floor. Jttat off 
11.- .111 I loaa 10 Maacoo Hill 

I'ark and baach. Klflaan mlnataa* walk 
taiM tka aay. Of 



PRICE It 4:4 . v?in 
Or ll.4}4 an Tarma 
a 



BBOWN A SOMA Vt9. 



Ull 



IMI 



DUN<.'AN— On laland Highway within ona 
mlla of Dum an Poatofflca. modara 
houaa. oinalatina r.r living room 24slt faal, 
dining rooiT). four badrooma. bathroom, 
cloakroom, kitchan, ale; alactrlr light and^ 
elly watar, Uarago. waodafcod aad rhiekaal 
houaa. Tannia coart. gardan, baaring fruit 
Iraaa. about I arrei of land, rraak with 
bathing pool. Tha houaa la Id airaiiant 
ordar and only flva mluutaa' walk tram prl- 
vgta aad pabiie aeboala L«w taaaa. Baa 
aala by awaar. Apply Bom IITI, Ca l aalM 
<j«riao. ar P.O. Baa ITI. DtMW4«. 

SALE, ehaap. cattaga. t-raaaa aad paatry. 
high location. Apply Owaar, Ml* Mt. 
Blaphaa Ava. 

7gA AOKNTS' 



IN iiool. RKHIDKN' I lAl. M.-iTRirT 

A COSY BUNOALOW of I rooma bulll-la 
buffot la dialag-raaai. apaa traptoea* 
la alitlag-raam ; half eamoat kaaa w a at . Niaa 



\^M* 

larff iaf M a lana flararal ated B|MI iMfa. 
baamc. Baraga pnca far a aaMB Mia: 



$2000 



BOBBBT BBVBB # SOB 

ttIS 



FAIRPIELO 

AMODER.M I rooinad hoaaa aa Maao 
Straat. Baaamant aad faraada. 

12600 

iDa aarp aaaa unaa 
WISB A OOm LTP. 
IM BHBkaptaa BMs- Fkaaa MM 



LiUmiAl QW at four raerag: eaiaaat baaa- 
r> ifiani and aldawalka; wall flaialtad and 

nawly ilai'oratad granll* wall In front 
«"«I4» Thl* la on the I S mil' <ircla 
durad priea. 11.41*. Baay tarma. 
Walkar A <9a.. UA Pkaaa IM«. 



SUBURBAN HOMB POR SALV 

ON 4 H -mlla rlrcla. With pavad road — I 
room dwalling. aawrrad and with ilty 
walar; furaaoa and opaa llraplacaa. garag*. 
ehlekaa baaaaa Chlaamaa'a kaaaa and othar 
OBlpBtldlBga. Naarly I acraa af eholeo laad, 
through which a atraam run*. Kitrhan gar 
dan. Sowar gardon. lawna and ahrubbary, 
orchard af If fralt traaa and abundaaca of 
aauHI tralia laiaiadtau Mapgaalea. Taaaa 
RM avdr |4«. PHaa N.lid. 
BBABMONT BOOOS A 



MODBRN HOMB8 
OOOD LOCALITIBB 
BAROAIN PRICBd 



OAK BAT — l-reom ageaptiaaaily laadara 
dwalUag wllb baat of plumbing taitra 
piaanbiag). aarvaata' auartara 
camaat floor. Twa lata 



Uaraga wli h 

$1750 



prira. only 

irtAlRPlELD — Baml-bungalow or 7 .o.,n.. 
r arau aaaatraatad and aac. 
raagad. Larfi fcticM raiMa ft'tMUl 
Oaraaa. Oalf vOO\J\J 

VriCTORtA WHT— Abaat ' aaa aara of 
ground and 7.rnom dwsUBlS.. Old- 
faahianad, but vary 'omfortaMd. 
Laad alt glaarad- Only 



rAiRriEiM r>i.'<rRi<~r 

I II IN aKMl ni NOAI.OW of 
aa.an rooroa .nrnprlaaa larga 
aotrac' haM. doubia living room with gra- 
plai a d I n tng - r 00m wtih buffat and rablnat 
Itiii tian on irtain floor l.'paiaira ara thraa 
bright bad r aa m a with roomy alaaata balb- 
1 aaMai eapa r ata Pall 
^ wMk aaal aad trail ra 
crato drloMap. ~ ' ~ 

roar gardaka 

'"T^S8SOTA«»ar 

Jl'ST undar thiaa a< laa and naw modara 
hungaiow Thr land la in high atala af 
aaltltra^llon and piantad pilnripally la 
tratta T bA a la alaa a youag 
•artod fralta far demaalle pur. 

hou>'* piovid' a< roiiiniodallnn far 4*4 btrda 
Ab'M.,laii<a i.f Mal'i ia auppll*d by gaaollaa 
• nglu* and laaaiviiir from a well Thara la 
aiaa a naw garaga A portion of tha laad 
la laft to •landing' llmbar, auSclant far I 
thraa or four yaara' flrawood. Hcbeol and 
alora ara coeranlani. baaldaa thara la rural 
dallvary. mm wall aa ragalar traaapartatlan 
with tba clly lAa aAMlBtaa dlaarad tract 
of four acraa can bo aa^g 
If doaliad I Prira 



$5250 



SAANICH HOMB FOB SAlaB 
\\-t hava baaa laatraatad ta plaaa aa tka 

r r markal an aid aatakUabad caantry 
horn* aiiuatail an tha Waat gaanlaih Raad. 
nrar Royal ntk Baaldaa baing a dallghifjl 
apnt to llva, 11 ran ba mada a highly pro 
ductiva propoalllon Thara ara 1 SI acraa, 
alt highly cultlvatad. laaladlag otrar 1*4 
full haariag frait traaa aad aMBp aaall 
traita. Atuaatwo ilila l-rgaaiad kaasaldth 
wIlABBkl aad waiar laid a» MvSilA 
Par a %Hife Ml* wa will aaaasi ^1 

$7(KH) 

ON KASX TERMS 



SWtBMTON a Mt'." A vR. 
•4* Part Slraat 



ftHWW^ 0000 flra-room bwagalaw, fall 
rT I 'MIU baaamant. good lei, fancod. aloaa 
laon'a Bay, good lo<«tion 

OMPOBTABLE four raaai baa- 
good gardaa, J« 
taaaa 

H AMPHLBTT 
tit Union Bank Building 



Phon' 



0«>*>A|\ TERMS- Coay bnngalow. 4 room*. 
^m^x>\T\t opan flraplaca and boamad call- 
ing In .itiinv rnam; giiggad-ta porch, larga 
baacnii '. gardaa. Varr aaavaalaatlp 

arrangi k.iow. 1 Vk-aitla atralgC alaaa t* 

Mt Toln,,. .-ara 

UjMl-|fr/\ TERMS- ^ r,.,,i-, hotna. on gnoi 

^N>A.t/U alroot la Jamaa Bay, Juat tha 

tktaa u paa waat a jiaaa aaar «awa aa« 
tka walar wlikaM aaJlBd a k« prtoa 



ri.OBE 

HTl 1 ■(■! 1 



II' >ME 



Aitrari . 1 ngaiow, roamy oMtraaaa 

hall, giving at' < aaa la all roama; larga llvlaa- 
room with Sropiaaaj Praaeb daara fteimsta 1 
dinlng-reom aad ball; two badraama, Dateh , 

kllrhan braahfaat alrnva: pollahad flanr* ' 
ihroughoal larga <loB<ia nica alacirk flu 
lur*a (ull cainant baaaiiiant, fnrnaaa. I.aaa ' 
thaa la mlautaa to PoataBleo, aad aMp ta 
paslv kaaab, atraat ear and aebaal. 

Tarma arraagad. 

HIOH LOCATION 



Mod'rn bunga'ow of • roorr-. . p ,^ hail; 
llvlng-roem, diniag-room. kllehao aad i bod- 
rooma; (all vaanaat baaaaaaai, waak laka 
furaaoa. Oarapa. B Ma a t a d «a^ kdadp. U 
■iraot car. A aasllp aHM iH y aa« 
llal hama. gaMB SBMS oaiw M 
vaaeaavar. 

Tarm* arrant"^ 
8UBI ft M « -. H- 'MB 




$aooo 



CRAIOPLOarBB ROAD— l-raam madara 
bangalaw, alcaly daaeraiad. Taaaa 

$2100 



B.C LAND A INVBBTMBMT AOT., LTD. 

•tl Oavoramaat St. Phoaa im 



BRBBRT Clark Blag m a Ca 
a^^jTgtaaalaaa. ^ I* Blghi 



Hapaira 
hiaad i>rt*a 



1U4 OVERLAND (»l> 

llfl n^RD TOI RINO 

l»ll roRp STARTKR 

Ittl MAXWELL 

1*11 PORD TON TRUCK, ovarhaulad. 

BRitiB au4a's tiARAaa 
M Maaa • 



III Vtaw 



1471 
1:11 
III 
Ittl 
IITI 



ITTI 



AVTOB POR 



66 

KAND B 
.ancloaora, tl hour ahnpping l< mar 
Ing, ■ - 



tail flva paaaangar Rolpk, 

I 4ft hour, ah 
lady ar gaot rhauffaur. Phone I4SJ 



BCI 



OFFORTdTFTDES 



HATB paa aa Idoa laai faw kaadrad dai- 
. m^LJiSf a*»Ma*a wta Saaasat Baa 



•ORAH — OPPICB or praallaal maa 
•r^ttJin/ waaiad far 4t ikaaaaad miit 

M..i;a firoBt prpapocta ln*aa«mant 11 io« 

^ 1 I MkA~A<^^^R^I!^0 (a atock. Plaaaaat. 
•T 1 I n n r gBbtu'baa. amart aad ■ 
grararr hitaiaaaa. bigh-alaa* trada 
pumi n roaagatiaa Varp aaaaA 

OWNBR af a iaaat progragalaa 

ad prnfllabia gmrr^ bi 



P1UK INKITRANTTC 



J 
11 i» 



R a A UN 

1 o b 1 a a t a. 



kJCM.^ Honaaa, rarntlara aag 
ia*l L.«aalay atraat. Phaaa 



PROSPECT LAKE ♦^NAP 

rILORB to Waat Baanich Road. attractWa 
> Stfa>raam aatiaa* eaalalalae Uatae aad 
diniag-rggata, kltabaa. twa kadraaaM latk- 

room and big varanda 

TWO LA^E WATKRPRONT XXTt* 

No rock, an saad gardaa laad; a a am bar 
of frail aad akaAa traaa. 

Thia prepartp la a aaatfartakia all-lk*- 
ra.r round kaMa add aai H d aiaia a Magt- 

*bl* raaort tar latMSkMSBIA kSkl MA 

taaala aia- _ 

$2,100 

B. P. otjuix A 00. i/ni 

▼law aad Braad Btraata 




A 

Traaafar Ca. 
Cat tataa aa 
Otflaa phoaa I 



MSA 



RATS^ 

r.n. TTi.R,, f .m^n*^ and r.hli,.-kaa 
hoM,a.1 b.*B<1a. la.1ia* and cavtlainaa 
\iatorla Hat ra.li^rr 110 H,oa.< fkM. 

JIM- 



I/^OR Sala, maat aaMabla laad tar 
-T bulb grawiaa. Ma aarmiBg. r.: 
(armiag, witk ar wttkaat baiidiasa aaa* 

wwSrtt.-5*rrj zs£im^ 

a WAUiMB 



lakara^ ti 

laa. wald 

GL.ASS 



IROXBIf wtadowa laadad *t 

mt Davla PboM 



.IK\VKI.IIV 



Naw goada aachaagad far aid aoig. 
gald ba^ht far eaab Appir w 



'E^BRNWOOt>(-l-room modarn bauaa. 4 btd- 
K rooma baamod and panallad. flraplaca. 
3 placa balhroom, oamant baaamaal, foraaca, 
full lot Thia la a mortgafo faraeiaaara. 
hanca I ha low priea. oaly ll.lM. Wartb at 
I'agt II.MI. 

Y'ORTN OOUaiaAa->a-raMM k*aag. 1 kad- 
.> room a 1 piar* baikraaai, Maatarad. 

. .. d I'lin Inalda PHda MM, MM 
• aah, balanro aa raat. 

SARCAtaVaBT 
Til Talaa M. Phoaa llil 



1 14 



-Hoaaa. t rooma balhroam. 



'L'^OR 

" garaira gardoa, ouihaaaaa. WatUd laka 
-ar aa part papaiaat. A aaaa- AbMp Owbm. 



Jawolar. Ill* Paaaiaa 




$8500 : 

in Albarta'a 
biablp impraa 
MVtMaria. ar 
at alara aad 1 



in Albarta'a laadlng nir woiii.1 irada 
ipraaad farm of aama valao 

idar a combiaallaa 

Tba abava, ' 

^^fc^© $I^^^W Bi^Wttla M$MVABft ft 



HARRT AMPHLBTT 
til l^ilaa Baak Bids- 



AOBABT 



aat 

a^uippod aad 

tavaatii 



'r af good bualnaaa 
high riaaa raotaar 
l>*a> iora4iaa_l*Lta>w% Pally 



AlaPBBB 




mant of t|.Md pa« aaa Wva 
paar 



1^ n . - 
" an I mak' ak M M% aa 
mono w ;S vajy^imiowa^^^^Piaaya^l 

aaaHy?TM Talaa SMaak . * 



JA W N 
J R.I « aa 

mf\ I 



ITROORAPHINO — Lithograaltlaa. oa- 
iravtaa aaa ambaaalag. Natklaa taa 
aad fathiag tao amaiH. Taar gtatiaatry 




WWT aaaA paar prtatlag ar«av« a* a*, 
whan yoa oaa gal tham Am— bottar. 
«B|abar and at tba aama ar4o« at Tba 



■ Va« •'rlatlna l>a|M>rtma«< 



Tfnta 

11 
Pan 

li 

K 

T» 

H 



PtaBMrnBlaT-BUILT ATTRACTIVB BUN- 



Ra 

J. X. " OALOW WITH LARGE RRIO 



R' 'oV ■■ r.MM^NIitNO BEAL'TIPtI 

\ :f '11! ■■^ *\r> .STRAIT.t Mland- 

in( 111 I 'a airaa produotlva gardaa; all varl- 

•iiaa of kaartaf tratt traaa aad kama* 

vagatabioa, flatrars aad lawMi law taaaa 
PHaa tl.*** 

•1 OKA— BUNGALOW. POITR LAROB 
«ltK>U aiX>Ma OPBN PIBB. PAR- 
TRY. TMRBB-PtBCB BATBaOOM. dMaaal 
baaamaat: larga gardaaUt wttk tr«M traaa 
Tanaa ^^w taaaa 

O. C. ROWKI.I. 
1*t Pamharton ttu lding. 

I Pl.ANIig AND OAK BAT 

Wa hava aoma aaaaptlaaaUp alaa baaaaa 
la abaaa dtatrtau at maat attraetiaa 

waall JrXm ta Vay"Hl»tr* prapMU att 
aaaar ba chaapar 



•4* Part SC 



wi,-j( n a r"<> 1 

R.a I! 01 a 
Balabllahad lit* 



Pbafa »1M 



Y^RT-t, BUILT modara 



Hr.AP Hi)MK 

rondlllan Inalda aad ««t. StmlSSm^tiT- 
Ing room, dining-room, kllchen and pantry. 1 
hadrooma »nd balhroom Bitra good ramani 
baoamant, hat air fnraaca. laundry aad 

ra«*':sL*w:sr ^^.sta- a;^ 

$3500 

A a BARTON 
It* Paaikartaa BMg Pkaaa IMI 



rn gaad looailaa. Vary watt ballt baagalaw 

of I room*. »nd baaullfu' l»r»» »«rd»n m 
flrai elaaa rondliion frui' ^hun-ianr. 
of amall fruit* and v*gaia»ia. barn for ana 
row and garag* Country aurroandlaga VHk 
'liy ronvcnianraa About I mlaataa M 
baach and airaat aar. Madarat* taaaa 
HBIRTBAMASt. BBBMAIt A CO. 
IM Ttsw sitaM Pksas W 



THE ROTAL TRlgT COMPAJfT 

Baaaatara aad Traat aaa 

rATB BBPABTKBrr 
ItM 



to obora 



WmIm 



MM PBMBROKE 



aTaBBT>-T 

no AT" 7' 



ILTM 



1771 PAIRKiaLn 

honaa 11.11* 
HEATH DHlva — I raam aaw baa 

Bll#W »taa^^%»m*9*»»n»»^t9»m •••••• - %%t^99 
LLINOTON AVBBVB — l-raam 

»99mm*»» aaoaaaaaaa. (.aa $4f 



Jb. T. 



*ll.i* r ll ■ no o.'alfTiartr plaa 

Madam komaa tar aata oa *aag 

B. 
k8d Bl 



MtDB — 4-raam rattaga light walor. 
• a |4i>« T'rrr'. irao '*.h III par 

r.iont h 

.•<M<ji iMAl.T l-rootn bdagalow, naarly 
. aiagaat Satak. fall M. IttM 
Tarwi* i;ii>* raaa. balaaoa IM maatk. 
lAANirHTON— 14 aeroa, T eig a aaA kM aaao 
loggod and ahat : iMaaa aad karai t 

walla 14 KKt Tana* 



I A . 

7i; P«wt l»lra*l 



A ca 



PkaiM 1714 



.r 



AMRS RAT rwatrta**!- 



Fini.It; hTICVO<.RAPHKR 




ronaoorf ' ..'aption r.^«m dlalag- 
rnnrr. k • i' ■ "• ' ' t '.lro.ima, 1 placa bath 
room, full aita baaamant. opan flraplaoo, hot 
gir farnara T-vnaa only |4* Prlaa Jaaab 
Ilia, balanro lo arraag*). M.IM. POVI. 
RAT TMatrirf 'in«a to tka aaa—Larga daaMa 

cornar 1 lOi I I • A aSM MTI CRA lO 
t>AH»< " >i ■•» aff Ro'kiand Avanua- 
r h., -« A- - f fi ft I m..ra 

.1.1 .0 !,. • |J?^4 Oak 

i' « . ' latrlri— A vary atlractlvo « roomad 
witfc all IgMta danv.nlaaaaa. 
f'afwraa. t plaga bataratm ranatlad 



boi ' 
wai 
Lat 
daw 



..^mant. f 
, laa Pr> 
• .ay l.rma i 

\ "w .fi . 



1 *k 

' ) 



4M Tlaw 



•II 



$3500 



CLOSB TO MtOft 

APPLE •no ■•- i..r, 
on a ■ ■ • I tora Aaaaaa aad 

walking dlataO'a from i <a n 

acmoot. HOLIDAT-' )t > I r OVER 

Sa It la lima yaa caaaidarad arrangamanla 
far yaar cblldraa abaat ta •m^^r high aahaai 
WB KNOW jraa'll Uka tkIa kaaaa. (ar 11 ig 



tMlawlad p*a»artla a i 

1*11 rilAMRERtAIN STRBBT 
IMI pol l. BAY ROAD 
MtOUKRRr RTRBET 

114 Rraap.i.i. ntrkkt 

1141 l.EIOMTriN ROAD 

l*:i DAVIB BTRBBT. Wlik twa lata 



PArBflBtaB 

• i /\rvr» -MODERN alghl-raom 
^■Yt/t.ftf n.ar tha baach and a aaaaa Bill 
Park In a high locatloa, Tbara ar* *it 
loom* down and two upatalra; full 'aman' 
baaamant, garaga furaaoa. tuba. hardw«o4 
finora built faalur**, frull and orna- 
tnantal Iraa* PrIra. only |4.*aa, with |7ia | 
taah and iha balaaca vary aaay tarma Na 

iMa i d|A— BOOD I raam haaaa; balk a/A 
#XJ.W lallai. Sraplaaa. abaA^AN M 
•ral-rlaaa ordar Root af plambiaa. TCPBMk 
IM* eaah. ba la nra oa martgaga. 

•■||I/Wy— OO^JD 1 room Jioi.. ba'hraam 
^■M.\^f\J and pantry f illy »-id w. i fur 
iiiahad. garaga, cblciMB houaa and ahad. 

ThI* inrif*-- - - . . 

' la*a 
rant. 



IB, cBicaan neuaa aaa ahad. , 



$i60o-:rt'y 



'n bungalaw HI 1 

baiiiiuom. bailt-la faa- I 

luroo. «amaat faaadatlaai fall-alsa fcasamaai. 
cbMkaa baaaa gRod aad fralta TapMa HM 

caab. balanra aa rant 



V r HI'.'. 

1*1 Pambartoo Ruildtag 




*K BAY nT^'fr^ }f>UK 
MJ I Ail -On* and a half at .try ataP'-a aa 
#*XVV roraor loi in Roatb Oab Bar. 
naar a'hwol llaaoa la atmiwi naw T>iraa 
^drowfwa with r,i|»|»«a- •« ^..^t. ymni 
and back hail and th- ■ • .r . .n 

graag^l floor ramant haa...ani an'i go,M| 
plaMklag Tarma 

ALDRR A BONA LIMITBD 



a UNO A LOWS 
In all parta. tppm M.MS 
Pgr panicniara pr' ' •re • 

H w r 10 

1 aurray Rl'-k T... .-i Phaaa I7t4. 

-—^ ^«AM«a#iMaMa*%iM 
MB CI TV MOMRB 



IBBB RALB f^va.foam baagalaw; 
f aaad dloirirt. aaobairoctad 



^1 



" k * r H a^ 

-»«; a, ..11 



aad awnntala* > haap r* 
fram awnaf Phona 

FV»R Rata— < n in for', 
with iwo lota t.i.f- 1 " 
all t*nrrA I'll, . 

MODRRN I raam buna*i«« 
PairaaM: larga aairaaaa halL BaMai 

and d'ntag rn«ma wtlh balll-Hi iaatiaS 
, ... h.a ►...« ---..na alaaylag p awB. fall 1 

• • .^1 .ith laandry taka Aa , 

rinaiiy (ar a rataraad ^ 



a < rayt lOfiai opparl 

»«idlar. Baa liM, 



NKW aoir'o ••ml bungalow, soar car. Ma 
and park Ar'Oama 



_ lata of 

two ra-agiian raomo wHb 

gg|g Tt*'\'-}\ rtn»r» aalwaan tha ">om* slda 

aaff*n-a *nd h*II ai*^ t'lring room wl'h 

baamad caiiiag. hitahaa wnh ballt in con 

▼aamiwaa. ikraa-pigaa baibraaaa: twa bad 

raotna witb g apk* ar da dawaaiaira. two bod 

--::;anr-^«^*-^ ^ 

M1« , (A t» 



■1 i. RAT -A 
raomad baagalaw 

ST 



III 

$1,200 ; 

aaamal batfc. 
miaataa fraiB 

raab 

ATBRT rpaalal 
aami baagalaw. attra<>tiao apiMaraa^* 
• n4 tha lniar4*r la aacapltoaally nt^- with 
all lb« d»a".h • r.,ia.,, i] ||g wonh 

iipMd- 

'I * (• *. • T " HlhKO 



• *\R RAT 



dlacotMi far 



79 



TO 



•^lafiy. tar aaah • ^va 

rn bungalaw. wtth gargaa. 
d'a'ri't wa k'ng dia'an*^, goad vala* 



w 



I \t - A r la par«ikaa* hoitaa m BsgaMMkia aa 



..• ...liSb.^. ..a'' j 




14 



TfTE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA. B.C, TUESDAY, AUGUST 10, 1926 



yt Wilim ci> ri> m V— Hopf i 

WC RBQiriRB TMRKE BINOAI.OWa 

- m. Q. ttoum • oo. vn. 

80 raOPKRTY roR MAJJi 



I UtAIUDAKROCH 

I.IVUT 



'•MM, . Aa «^ 



J H 

204 na> Wkril l41o< k 



Tel <•« 



rilWO ■ood lola al t aiiborr) H»y maka «o<nJ 
X iMMMMt*. claar UHa. ia«*a41«ala 
t>M». JN a t .MM- Op*— »*• „ nii . I T 



emr ri 



p . iri t«rm« •rr*BC««. Afmt, 

V ( ) li.it il l 



OAK BAT 



fc4lrlJATl^;D m ukk »jat i;ii.asd« aad 
> rAlRriBt.D. w« bBT* mm a»l»»»|»» IJ»l 



•IN 



a V. wntoM * ooi. um. 

1M« 



An|f||WV — ClXMtK TO OOLr UNKB — 
^afllFUU Nlralr <r''*<< ona-»pr« ThiU 

l> ^'iti^i a Mi nt: I v l.STM l-rsT ,,r an un- 
.,1. f... 1 ' H Hi .MK I' ''ur 
opinion th«t »».0«» will ..rT,.r.i (nr thla 
Im4 wlUila 9Mr. m n ' juai 

aVM: moreovar, fU'OOii w»» i.ri«. l f " 



lDO\ A i!^> 1 !-• acraa. cloto to bMch. 

,011 U .i-r fr or.! 1..! I I 0')" Hay 



H yfcCIHKAWK FOR 



PSMBBKTON * MM 

riMi •ITUATIOM ON 8BAKRONT 
'•4 ft AOUBB. wiih 4-ra*m fcunB«low, b«AU- 
XO tIfuDy altuatad akovo IM 

la tha tey. AIM afcaatIM «■ »•• 

TM raoMmrr or «tinu.iiNi TAUifl 

at 

^ Q£i AiKh KRl.1T Alto fOUI.TlIT 
4.00 RANCH AB A OOtNO < osrKRN 
BalMlaga ta Urat-elaaa caii4Utan. Uwriiin*. 
4 tarfa roeint. *athro4im ^Uh moAorn 
plum bine (oncrata baaamaiU: aa— t a aa 
naariahiBC iraa fruita, amalt «r»MAinj»l- 
't^ »t»t«>iMt»a; f ar- * 
Tasaa oalr lit. 



17500 



2 



ACRES aaeapllaaallr «aa4 
kaavr b*aHaa rharry traafc 

Ifa'^^ '>n r>r<'party« . 



aU la 
Mavar- 



$4000 



t; U1 Al riKS apirniiM Oordaa Haa* laa*. 

O.Ol ail rlaar»^ .n.1 f.nrart Traa fruit 
and amall fruit < iiy waiir an-l phon» A 
fou^-roenKad houaa. hoi and cold 

<» Ai'RK!' nn •■i»'n pavad road; BOOd aoll. 

^ rlaaraa and Cancad. A «ood 

-^tk^^l... 



plaatarad houm> 
Raarinc fruita, 

faillnK wril 



(Oaa-Thlrd 



rkMUbuluN A ION 
«H rMt Mrcat 



A IX alaartd. i» acraa or Jl a< r»a for aula. 
J— aph Uoyatta. Royal <'»>« " 

AT MBAOLANOai Nart* •aaolch cloaa ta 
Patrioia Bar. »» aaia* all aaad . laa*. • 
, uiiivaiad; 4'Taa w aa W> % ^Tt^' 
„an.. -atar 1.^ kM«k 

MM A ' 1) . 1 T[) 
•M Broiuibton atra*' 



QLAHfORD AVBNIJB— 4 acraa f* land, 
all aiaar. aw mlla rlrrla; ll.M^ tanaa 
MACNICX>L. A CO. 
•f4 YMaa Mraat F»««a i*" ' 



NORTH BAA.Mi It 



HALr-ACRB of (ardan wiih roliag* of »ii 
raama aaarlaakJaa acatljr bay- ^ Ba rn 
and ehlehaa haaaa. Viyti ITM* 
i.'o a watar. tl,44t. 

• r ABbiiia 

A i 1 i.ya Tat SMaay l»it 



Ui)ISH;k lo ram aad land for aala at 
rowifhan Bay, B. C. Mtap Pamalla 
Bartlail, R M D So. 1. Cowlcbaa Rtatlaa 

CHEAP FARM A'KEAi.K 

ONLY all iiul«» o'li "n (ood road Thirty- 
tkraa arraa. tan rulllvalad. balanca 

tiHitoraA Ba^ f « 

raaM fciaai. Mra. dUakaa iMBMft Prica 
a* tarata. 

JOHN aRaiMWOOD 



^MAWNKiAN I AKK A traai appartanit' 
k5 41 aeraa. partly cleared abaul 14 arr»» 
Klrat rlaaa 7 rooinad 
•mani . I mllr from ala- 
arrltaa radaca prioa to 
II 1*4: aaay tarmai B^B**** * CBh 
ward BatMlac. 



««a» kaitaw land. 
aaml>k«amlaw. baaai 
Uen. aiaraa. On nor 



TMB Solarium at Mill Hay l» nnw undar 
ranatrurtlen Arljaianl i.iop^.iy 
tacVaaaa In valu*. Kully modarn l-room 
hauaa. caraaa. baalhav*. ltCl»*ac Blani. 
»ir . 14* fralt traaa I aeraa «a4ar raltlva- 
lion Prira 11.444. or wHh 4 acraa without 
watrrfrontagr M 144 Idaal eoantry homn 
a ravanua -ptedacar aa laa, Ua raam, or 
•r«tt4i aacaiafelaa ar pMHry. 



ALTIIBO CARMICHAEl. A CO.. T..TD. 

ttl rm% Ut.BraU) PBaaa li4o 



f*>n/WI "KA'^RONT HtiMB niTBRR. 
..■ll.tnnr n a< rk.** with vkrt 

SXTBNSIVK tlARPKNH AND ri.RASrRK 
BOUNOA Raaidrnr* la modarn and In 
aaaallaBt eaatlllinn • ommandint vlorloua 
vfaw ovar aaa and moantalaa Thia prop- 
• rty baa raat mora ihaa iwlaa tha prIca 
aak*d to buy It lo praaoat atala of parfac. 

$*>iUWI M't<'' BAT HKAKRiisi 4 
^,\jyf\l ACRBA .NICBLT TIMHKRKlt. 
HKAUTirUt. BBACM. HOOD WATBR. |laat 
atiraellva kamaaHa: atfjalalac aera««a oaa 

fca kantbi. ^ . ^ , . 

I kava a CaiMtnr V«BM mBi paa. Call 
far parUealara. 

O. C HOWBU. 
144 Pambortnn BatMlay 

\w t.rrnri' • hi -in harbor 

■t Ai\ ALlitt.il. wUb ntw naodara I roam 

XvU b«*«aiaw, a* akaltara« bay. 

Plica tarma witb 144 aeraa. 11.444. 

|frt<» n »^ih tr arr.a. |t,aa4. 

Prl. • ■ n " • - "1 » arr.a, •I.'444. 
. ..i. ar B. BIBRMANN. Baat laaka. B i- 
ll RlWaa fpam otty. rbaap ( ' 

*■ '■«• Raad. 



I' Al'BI 

'» 1 aah. *Pr'v 



t'AKUU VUR MALS 



RARB nARnAnl->A raat llltla rhirkan 
/\ farm havlna I arraa, alMat half 
i laarad. balaix a park, afrordinc lota of 
akaaa. Chi«kan houaoa. bara, (arac* and 
W^MMMA 'fftmrtr wall IbaaaA Maaaa haa 
Mvalafva raoma bath and tallai: ally »aiar 
-'.. 'f . '.)thi r- - "mplala, lnriu<i»a 
. , ii . ■ in« h ■-• ' -1 • » hoat 444 layinc 

hana and "»» aood .o*a raw Ntlaataa ta 
Vtatarlk ky pavaA raaC (MB MJM. 

CBOM A oe: 

iippa alta ^ O' B olmont Moita« 

UORDON MBAO kpoalal— ts arraa rhoira 
laad. atca lo.-,n^-. r.. h .-na or amal. 
MfcMrkaa gardan « t^ M k>na and frail 
All kaaa caltlvalad. Uiiy waiar. iichi anil 
pkoaa a*aUakla. Baa* artoa iiti. tarma 
T P Mrronaoll. Piaiblilaa Bid* 

I 

Hona»a Boa 447*, Calanlal 

MKTi H<»«IN IMatrtr' : , 
UaC all riaarad 
mtio t-Atta«o aad barn 
proivarif • I an apTtai aa taad 
Of. r*»»^naht* ^anabA 9* 9' 



*% acraa; T alaarad. T ri«n'.,»4 
huntaWiv rity valar. balh. o4a. r«ii.irr 



rrtca |a,4fr«. 



Jl ^^lllii TO R HMT 

FIVB mer^a. with laa-raMnad fcaiwa. *ar 
a«a, bars, chlrbaa haaaaa. fralf traa 



wmwm. cBirkaa aaaaaa. rrai< iraaa 
an<l aood gardoB. for raat froan Ovtakar I. 
*-^^Timmmtbm t'^aaa" r^hMs Baaab. 



Appi, ' 



IMPROVri) farm wantad naar Vlelarla« ■•• 
Rualnaaa ■ >ppartuaM»aa" H Anipklalt. 
:i2 i ni aa Baafc Bld#. PkaBa tMA 

U'A NTBO— Par eaiB. !• W N aaraa «aad 
farm land waiarfronlaaa with atraarfi 
iif xairr than lan ba pipad 10 houaa by 
gravity ayaffrn fruit tra*a and f«w acraa 

linprovad Iloa 41 70 (^'olonlat 

l**ANTKP 1.1 Ir.ar" fani. aullab> for 



»» ilaiiyint bam 


• luaa in 


A ppl y 


Boi 4:41 1 oliirital 







A REAL SACRIFICE 

Five Room Cottage, Quebec Street 
M/e of lot. fjOxltt. Ftif, MpSOO 
Terms to tiiit. 

Emp^ RMlty COa, Ltda 

Ml Fort Street 



• FOR SALE 

I WELL KNOWN 

VANCOUVER ISLAND 

I HOSTELRY . 

I On waterfroflt, cloM to Vie- I 
toriB. Owner ic •elling on ar 

I count' of tll-heilth. We arr | 

.1'!'. .^r<\ ih.il tills |irii|)<-i ty M net 
ling JtJi'/c nil tin. irur>tnicnl. 



$21,000 

I TWO-THIRDS CASH 
For FbJI Particaltra Apply t> 

! PEMBERTON 
! & SON 

" itf F«it Unti 



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{•CANAIIIA> MRR 
OOMPANV, UNIT 



All akarahaMara a( tka afcara-iaaaUaiM* 
eantpany alalMlaa ta ka aatltlad to aliaN la 
a prapaaad dlatrtkatlaa »i Ifca a aaa i a iharaaf 
ara karaby ra4|a li ad ta fkraiah <o ih.* uadar- 
a lg aad. a* ar fcal — *- ** ' ■ 



— ^lara tka ttrd day of Aacaat, 

ItM, MftlaBlara af tka akaraa kah' ' ^ 
raaaMlvaly. «•« tka aaaaaata »al 
▼arlftad Imt aUtatary d«-* 



Amt Bauaa la karaky inv^Mi aftar tha 

aald Strd day a( Aocaat IHi, tka aaaala 

of lha altova company will ba dlatrlhut—i 
among tha paraona antltlad tharato. hav«r>f 
racard aaly to tha clalnuk partlealara and 
gMeaJ^v&MrabaH k.Ta kaaB mflMCaa 

JOHN HOWAT. 

•aaratary pro laot. 
ikarta* Bld«.. Vlatart*. B.C 



All prranna haring rialma agalnat tha 
"■lata of tha abova aainad Barnaat Haward 
RuaaaU, lata af tka City af Vletaria, ara 
f'tatrad ta aaad partlealara af thair rialma 

lo Ih* undaralgpad. a«»cu»or undar lha laai 
will of lha aald dai"aa"<1 not la'i.r than th^ 
iwanly-nrat day of Auguai. l»;t. aftar 
* hirh data lha r>r> uior will proraad lo 
dialrlfcgta tha aatala. having ragard only lo 
thnaa clalma a( wbleli ha ahall hava had 
' Ilea: aad alt ptriaag lBda»<ad to tha mid 
i-iaaaad ara raaalrad to pay ih* tmouni 
of thaIr Indabladnaai. ' . • >! - und i ni (n«d 
forlhwilh 

Uatad tkla Tth day of Ancuai i»:4. 

P. M. RI'8MRI.I.. 
141S Broad Straal. 

Baaatw ar. 

MAYNARD A SONS 

AOOnONUHU 

S«lM Htld WediiMday uti 

Friday 

lnitrurt*rl by ii piirly •iii.lrlrnly rallo* 
iJ.iHi, u villi srii Hi I'liroomii, 
7'.!T-T.T:', I'liniloiu Xiiniif i,n 

WedncKlay, 1:30 P.Ma 

r 

Extra High Cl ass 

Furniture 

Prat til dllv Nrvv Cn i!i,in Piano, 
7-Tube Victor Northern Electric 
Radio, 3-Piece C hw te r field Suite, 
Fumed Oak fiinin^; Suite Axrnin- 
ster and Wilton Carpets, Latest 
EvinnidB Engine. Karn Organ 
and 'Oo«d Bedroom PunillurBa 
Etc. 

Th« abova Piaao eeat Kit a faw 
monthg ate. Th« 7-Tub« Radio Bat 
cMipriMM atorat* battary, 7 tubaa. 
"B" battary, alimlnator, loop and 
outside aarlal. loud apeakar. ate . and 
< ont over $400. < "hwatarneld Suit*> waa 
maile to order at Weller Bros. Th« 
I'vlnriide OutbOArd Knulne In the lat- 
est rope Rtartar and (uar&nt'a«d. Fur- 
thar particular* of thIa aala later. 

Ala* Obt UbbbI aalo oC 

M II •'Ooek 



MATM AIM» Jk aOJCI 



U7 



BARTHOLOMEW'S 

I m por* Br • <» f 

Antiques and Works olAr2 



lll»-11>ia y«rt M) and til I^vagUM M4. 
Pbanra 1411 aad •?* 



New Furniture 

HOMB PURNXTUHB 

ooMPAmr 

P tr. RARTMOU>MKW 

■ Fort Klre^t rt>«a« 111* 



VICTORY AND WAR BONDS 

laupplia.l by R. r. Clark A Co., Ltd.) 
\t»l«ry tjmm* BM VtTM 

tntaraat dua — Bar a«ll 

H57. 1«i I'lr^a and 1'..- IW.tl 141 It 

111), lat Mar an. I a ' ... 14|.l« 

HIT, lat Jaaa aad ;>ac I4T.4I l»t.«| 

War Umm, s^i 
lltl, tat April aad 0« 
IM], lat Mar. and ot' 
trapaMa Naw ^ 

\l.lary l«aa. SH% 

HIT, lat ir<> 4nd Naa 144 t« 141 II 

1411. lat May and Nav. .... 141.44 14t.4l 

lilt, lat May and Nav 141.71 14<.TI 



i«a.Ti m.Ti 

141 14 l»4.t« 



14?I Itth April and Uct.. 1% *« :t littTI 
!<«! Itili April and Orl, |% : r- 1J H 

. 1 ') I at Mar and S» pL, 4 ^ *£ ' * • • •« I* 
lf«4. 14th Apr and Oct., 4W% la t* •«.|4 
1144. lai rab and Aag. (CN.B.). t% tttU 
Add aocraad Intaraat t* Bafa: 
i«?7 im, W daya l.ai* par MM. ^ 

tUi, IMt, 1»«4, IM «mfk I.Mt par 

11*4 

l4tA 1441. 114 dara. MM par IIM. 

1444. 114 dara I 414 par SIM. 



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BUis RUN mm 

IN NEW YORK MARKET 



flamor Afloat That (aritrral Motora 
WtU DocUre IMvldeaid of Ftftjr to 



NBW YORK. ABg. ««l|iali an. 
thiialBMB raa fAaspaBt im to«at'Balork 
market At th* cloaa HIm atovbb* of 

tiraBtjr leading tnduatria] IfBBM Mooil 
af a nt^w hiKti i'"v«'i for all uma. while 
I tT' Hverajfc nf twenty leading rail.-* 
wan al the tiiKhent flRurf ."imi- 1913 
• Jeneral .Molorf < nininim and I'nileil 
•Sialen .Steel toninmn uicu'tt esta t>ll»hf(l 
iiev* record high prlrrn at 22S\ hihJ 
raapacUvaly. Motors lAtar sold 
down, to tSS, whAro K, was HB Ave 
polats OB tko ^Bfr wMla UBlto« itatea 
tttaal eamaioB etoaaa at 114%. bp «^ 
Dlractora of the OOlMral MotBTB JCor 
poratlon meet Thursday, artd Wall 
.*^lr.'«'l lifiitM iliai .1 MtiM-k iluliltTid of 
nfty In i.iif h u 11.1 ri ll per cent wiU bf 
iii-iiairii luKethr i » it ti aB ostra caah 

dividend nf af l«-ii8t ft. 

Air Redui'tloii vias marked up over 
twelve pointa to a new peak prtee at 
146H un repoKs of iiauaaaltjr larse 
earnlocs In tjia llrat alx imHw o( the 
year. 

Dupoat. which haa larsa General 
Motors holdinr*. touched a new report 
top at 3)3. and th<>n dropped Baek to 

tlO^, U|) In .=, \ lil t 

Some MirlUin;.r K-ims also WOTO re- 
corded III ih.- 1,1 I' j;rinip. Four 
aoared eljfhto ii iioini.-. in a new top of 
250. Atrhiaon touched the best price 
ever recorded at 141%. and New York 
Central topped all qaotatlona tttr the 
laat tve tfaeadBs by aalltBB at II* ^. 
altliotli^ It later slipped back to 188. 

Call money renewed at 4)4 per cent. 
Time money and < ommoffolal paper 
rates Were unchanjfrd 

TiilHl nalp..^ t; 4 1111(1 ■ill. ires 

HuyinR of iM.in iiMiKatiori^ anil 

ml^ellaneou. .id and Indii.strial 

issues provided a ttrm undertone for 
he bond market today, but tradbii; 

ttvity was reotrletod eoHiowka^ by a 
tichtfalBs of Mioaair eo a d tt loBe late in 
tlft day. 

' (All Prartlona 



Allia t'haimara 

Allied I'hafB 

Am. Raat SSMr ... 
Am. Bnah. Mag. ... 

Am. Can 

Am. Car a Pdy ... 
I.ornmoKva . . . . 
■^m^liara 

.-ilaal rdy 

.Sugar 

Tal A Tel. ... 

Tnbarea 

T'.barro B. . . . 

\' "liana 

Ana I'onda 

Armour A 

Atlantic Oalf 

Airhisaa 

BaMwia Laeo. 

Raltlmara a Ohio .. 
Rathlaham «taal . . . 
Rraoklyn Manhat. . 

< 'allfarata Paek'g. . 
f aMrarsia Pete 

< an. Paelfle 

• 'antral Laathar . . . . 
Carro I>a Paaro . . . . 

f'handlcr pfd 

''hoaapraka X- Ohio 
rhi. «>t Waaiarn . . 
'•hi. Mil. * Ml P. . . 

< hi. a Norlhwaat . . 
fhl. R. I A Par 

• 'hryalar Motor 

t "oro t 'ola , . 

1 ol Kual a Iron . . . 
nlumbia (ias 

' rir\a Ua a . . t 

I 'ont. fan . . 

Cont, <")ll 

I'oAt. Motor 

r'orn Produrta 

I'rurlbia Htaal 

t:uba Am. Rugar.... 

pavlaaa Cham 

nal. Lack A Wast. . 

'•odg* llroa 

I "id Hroa pfd . . 
Kupont Powdar .... 
Bloc. 
Btigln 

Bria 

Brla Plrat pfd 

Pamoaa Playara . . . 

Foundation Co 

rialarhmann < °e. . . . 
Uanaral Asphalt ... 

(iaaaral Cigar 

Oan. Blectric 

Oan Motora 
Oanaral Palrolaum 
Qoodrlrh Rubbar 

Oaaaby 

Oraat North. t>a . . . 
Oraat Nartk. pfd. . . . 

at, Waat Baa 

OuK Stataa Stael . . 

Hoiial on tilt 

How* .soun il ...... 

Hadaen Motar 

Happ Metere 

iittiiaia t>stral 

Impartal nil 

Inaplration 

Int. f'omb Kng 

Pata ... 
Mar Mar 
Mar Mar. pfd 

Nickal 

Tal A Tal. . . . 
<Tly Soutk. 



A m 



A ni 

Am. 

Am. 

A 

A p 



Inl 
Ini 
Int 
Int. 
Inl 
Kan 



Kaanarnit Copper 

t.ahlgh Nallay 

I.aulalaaa Oil 

T.aals. A Naab 

Mack Traek 

Manhatua Blac 

Uarland Oil 

Max Haaboard 

Miami , 

Mid. cant nt Pata . .. 

MMS. Pkalfle 

•Mlsa Pac. pfd. 

Montana Pewsr . . . , 
Montgomary Ward .. 

Moon Motor , 

Moli.r Malar 

Motor Whaal 

Naah Motor* 

National Blacalt .... 

Natl i:a'h Rag 

Natl flair » Prod 
National I aad 

Norfnik * Waat 

Narlh Amarlras .... 
Northarn Pariflc .... 

N T. Central 

N T . N B A Hart . . 
N T . oat A Wast. .. 

Packard Motor 

Pacific Oil 

Pan. Aatarlcan 

Paa. Antari^n B.... 
Panaaylvaiila R.R. 

Para Maroiiatia .... 
Philllpa F>1» ...... 

V\*rr» Arrow 

Produrara A Baf 

I'allman C*. 

Pura (Ml 

Hadio 

Ray cana 

Raading . 

Rap Iron A Steel..., 
Rayal Daiek 

»Tas* Arms 
katts 

Paaro Roabuck 

aiiall l.'nion 

Siaclalr Cona 

Slaaa Sbafflald 

Sawihara Pac. 

Southera Railway . . 

Htattdard Oaa 

standard fXI. Oal. . . 
standard fMI. N.J... 
.standard Oil. lad. . . 
Stawart Waraar .... 
RI. l.aaia A A Pres. 

Strambor* Carfc 

<«liida«>» '- •- 

miif« 

Tannaaa.-'' ' '.opar 

Taaaa Ca 

Ta«aa flalf Sulpkar 



In Righlhal 




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14 


24 


24 


41-4 


41 4 


41-4 


11-4 


41-4 


tl-4 


44 




44 


4»-S 




4S-I 




•4-4 
•• 


14-4 

»♦ : 


IS-I 


41 


44 1 


•t-t 


11-4 


11-7 


IS-4 


11-4 


11-4 


ITI-t 


171-1 


174 ? 


»T-4 


17-4 


27-4 


44-1 


44 


44 1 


14-1 


14 2 


113 


47 1 


»* « 


I*-* 


42-4 


*: 4 


«2-4 


4»^ 2 


44-1 


4t : 


••.-4 


l*-4 


• 0 4 


4T-4 


47-4 


47-4 


47-4 


4T-I 


17 2 


17-7 


17-4 


27-7 


11-7 


11-4 


21-7 


114-4 


111-4 


114-4 


144-1 


147 


147-4 


121 


I7J * 


121 * 


4( 


44 « 


4i-7 


• 4-« 


4* 4 


14-1 


44-1 


44- 1 


44-1 


44-7 


44-7 


44-r 


74-f 


;« 


74-4 


•7-7 


• 7-4 


•S-4 


•• 


4* 


47-1 


44-4 


17 


21-1 


11-1 


1 


\u 


II 


11 


171-4 


•s-a* 


•1 ? 


174^1 


171 4 



Money to Loan 

We Have iMoney in Hand^' to Ivoan on FIRST 
MORTGAGES tt Lowest Current Rates of Interest 

See Otif Mortpapr I trji^irtmrnt for I'nl! Partiriilars 

PEMUCRTON A SON 



f)2S Fori Street 



1 
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FOREtCN EXfHAtiCE 



NEW TORK. Al 
rhansas Irregular 
conto: 

K-aaca Sim. cabla* 113 
Italy 3 :I44 raWaS a.M% 

Belgium 3 7* <«. , 
'■•rmany — 31.44. 
Hnllaad— M.I1. 
Norway— 11. 4a 
nwadcn H 
l>v4imark in 
Mwllarria ml IS J3 
.■^paln U 24 '» 
I .rrr. rill', 
I'n land I I2i. 
1 /r, l,o .si„v«kla^|.M. 
■ J u».. r<lai la - I 74. 
A ual ria M I ? 1^ 
H u rii a n 1 a I A 
Argentina- 40.43. 
Braail— 11.44. 
Takia— 47.ai. 

fAapebai— ea.as. 
Meilra a l- Aaa 



4 — Paralga aa- 

Quolatlona In 



Taiaa paelfle R.B.. 
Ta«. rar. O. a O. . . 
Tlmltas Rollor 

I ibacco Prod 

I iibacco Prod A. . . . 

Traasaant. Oil 

Vaiaa Pacific 

DA Ckat I. Pip*... 

V S.- lad. Alca 

I' S. Babkar 

t'S. Steal 

I'nlvarsal Ptpe^ .... 

VanadluBi' 

W abash 

Waslarn I'nU.n . . 
Wsatarn Pacific: . . . 

Wasting. I£lp< 

Whit* Motor 

Wiltya-Ovsrlaitd . . . 

Wawlwortk 

WertA. PsasB .. 



«8 


II 


41 


l»-2 


1 i : 


I i ? 


•f-4 


41 1 


» 1 ? 


IM-l 


147-4 


107 4 


111-t 


111-4 


■ 1 i 


4-4 


4-4 


*-* 


UT-« 


ias.a 


U7-I 


I47..4 


>4<-t 


t4»-2 


*3-4 


*2 


41 


14-3 


II 4 


11-4 


144-2 


111-4 


144-4 




» 


aa-i 
a7 


74 


fS 


ra 


14 4-1 


i44>a 


144-a 


3* 


14 


14 


70 4 


70-4 


74-4 


14 4 


43-: 


C4 


14 


11-4 


14-1 


14»-« 


!•• 


144-4 


tfr-4 


>•-« 


14-4 


••-< 


•4^1 


aa 


SS-4 


tt-a 


. a«-4 



WINNtttfiOm 
FRACnONiUXY UIOH 



Wheat Tradlitc IJghl, But QuoLailtma 
Maintain Firm Tom 



NEW^YORK cijRB 



(Supplied by B. P. CMark 
(a a'alaek Uat 



A Co., Ltd.) 



Indaatrlala — 


Bid 


Asked 


Aetna Coal 


41 


:i 


Cantrtfagal 

Checker Cab. • 


.11 


•-■ 1 '» 


•IH 


"7 


I>uraat DaL 


.11 


■ 1 : '» 


M aaaaaaaeaasaeaoaa aa 


■41% 


.4m 


IV^H^A asaasaa ••aasessaaaae 


.14 


.14 


Baa 


.MH 


.*4t4 


Tob. Prod. Rx 




.03% 


ITn. Profit i<har 




.1* V 


I'n Retail Candy 


■MH 


■0*% 


Cities Sar»., com 


.ta 


.4l(i 


Cltlas Herv.. pfd 


.aa« 


.47 


cities Serv.. Bbrs 


11 




Am. Ual Bl 


.»*'i 


.47 


I.ehlgh Pew. Sacs. 


.1714 


.la 








Carib : 


.iai4 


•«•* 


''''rnraek 


.14 


.u 


'ni Teta 


.11% 


.14 ',4 


Marl Max 


■ 4)% 


.03 


Maxiro Oil 


.M 


.14 


Continental OtI 




•21'* 


Penno. k Oil 


■.r7U 


.14 


Ryan Cons 


.44 H 


.44 


('apulpa 


.14 


1.44 


Salt Cr Pred 




.31 


Salt Cr. c^aaa j... 


.Mit 


'.«4 


Wilcox 




.ta 


Ol J^a eoaassaaawa saaaas* aaae 




.la 


aaa a • * • 




.St 


MInea 






Arlx. Uloba 


.47 


.44 


Rutte A W 


.•a 


.14 


Cat. Jarems 


.•• 


.41 


cnna Capper 


.•a 14 


.43H 


''resaan 


.•at 


.•^ S 


l>elnraa 


.aa 


, »n 


Kureka 


.aa 


.4* 


Hscia 


■ 17% 


.14 


Holllsger 


.U 


,ia^ 


.F V Daval 


. .ta 


.aa 


Kerr I.aka 


.41 


••>H 


Mason Valley 


.41 


•421* 


Nlplaatas ^ 


:»* 


.44 ^ 


Ohio Capper '. .., 




.44 


Tack Hiighea 




.44 


I'n. Rastern 


.•••^ 


.aa 


Vn. Yards Ks 


.aa 


•aa« 


Wayaa Coal 




.ta 



WINNIFDO. Auy. |.— Trade volnme 
was llcht cMl tko BdMBi. BMtrkat today 
dnd larffsty coBflRad to apreadlns 

between the dllTetfnl rnoiuh.s and 
aoriic l)uyinK "f Winnipeg aK.iin-l 
.•^alei* af l'hi<-aj[<) hut jirli cs ni 1 1 nt a nif 1 1 
a firm tone .ind i I tsed .1 K. In 
:i 4c hlchn- I 1. 'ol.fi 1 I., •.»■.! Mill 

December al lM-4-« and May «t 
143 3-4. 

FoUowlBC tl^e hifhar tipeBln^ 
ppiaai advaaead rapidly with Ootbb< 
reaeblB* 141 >-4. or 1 1-4 above the 

previoua eloae, but near noon qiiot i 

tmi'.i "lurtipcd .'iiMii l"|i Tiifr. 

wa^i Horiif ...hoM ii>\fiinKs i fp. 1 1 t »• .) 
1 i ti r I ni< f hr 1 iti 

OaU and barley held rirni at 1-4 to 

1-1 oeat hiKber, while i > e was about 
1-X eoBt klji^M Mkoet of tka day. 

Trade la the eaala grata aurketa 
was alow aad oSerlags oeBtlBued 

light. - ' 

whsal— ■ opaa 

<i<t 1«H 

!>»• laa 

May .. 
I >at»— 



1 1 

Ms 



yariei 

Oet. 



i4a« 
aaS" 



41 



Dac (gu 

^VL ■ «% 



MONTREAL STOCKS 

(All Prcatioas ia tcigbtks) 



Abltlbl 


aaaaa*** 


a a • a a. a » \ m 


• 1-4 


Asbestos 






17-4 


Asbestos pfd 

Atlantic Soger 






71 






24 


Hell Telephone 






111 


Rrsxllian Tra<' . . 


. t • * • e • a 


• a a • S a a • • 


114 • 


Brompton Taper . . . 






n-4 


Can. Cement, com, . 


• a a a a a 


sssaaaeaa 


14t-4 


CsB. Camaat, pfd... 


aa*a*ga« 


• ••*Sa*aa 


llt-4 


Can. Car Pdy. cem. . 






4a 


can. Car Fdy . pfd. . 






41 


Can .S .S , rom . . . . 




• a*aasa*g 


11 


Can .s H . pfd 






74-2 


(•an Cottona 




••*a*«««a 


114 


Can. Convartsrs . . . 




eeaaaaea's 


• 1-4 


Can. Ind. Aleakol.. 






11-2 


Caas. M. A 8 






231 


Dnm. Brldga 






140-3 


r>om U Ih aa , . 




• ••••««*t 


140 1 


l>om Textile 


soaaaaea 




14 


Haward Smith 

U af Waoda BUg... 


• •e**aa a 


• ••aasaa* 


41 


evades** 


• *a«**aa. 


114-2 


1.aarentlda Ca 


s**ssae* 




14-7 


Mackay ro 




aasaogaa* 


114-4 


Montreal Power . . . 


a a a • a • a 4 


asaaaseaa 


til 


National Rrewarlsa . 


• •••a •'•a 


aaassaasa 


42-t 


Ontario MIeal 


••seas** 


aaaaaaaa* 


74 


Ogllvia Milling Ce. . 


•aaaeaaa 


•aaaaaae* 


lia-4 


Ottawa Power 




• aeeeeaag 


• <-l 


Panma n«. T.I d .... 




aaasaaoa* 


11* 


.Shawlnlgan 






143 « 


SpanlaH RIear Palp 


pm:::: 


• a a a • • . . . 


141-4 


.spaniah Rirar PiiIb, 


• as 


114-4 


steal mt Caa 




• asaaaaaa 


i4«-a 


Twia OMy Blea 




oaaaaiaaa 


»B-l 



'"^ ■ ' "' ' ■'■I'm ,R Phorr'4 IB^^^ 



saaaas 



>•*••* 
!•«••* 



TORONTO 

(SaPplled by R P. Cli 



Amulet 
Argonaut 

Barry 

Hurkingham 

Kime 

Weal Doiaa- 

floldale 

Hunton 

Indian 

K eora ......... 

Kirkland Lake .. 

Lak aafcar a 

Melatyra - . 

Nairraf 

Neraaila ........ 

Tsck Haakas . . 
Tough UalMa . . . . 

Vicksrs 

Vipond 



MINES 

rk A t-»*J^ 



t.sa 
.ta 
•• 

.M 

il.ta 
.ia 



:?J, 



4 s • e 4 



4.'* 

1*'4 
41V* 
It. 44 

aa.a» 

. .34 
17.M 

•« 

. .44 
1.34 



Il.tt 
.It 

: .aa 



.11 

3.17 
.44 



tolas'— 

Oct. tit 

nae. ...^ II* 

naa -114 

^^Jt taaaaaoaaa *a 

Rya— , 

-^"1 lat 

r>" Ifl 

aaaaaese** as 



Higb 
14111 
1MV4 
14411 


I x> w 
144W 
133 H 
148% 


Claaa 

141 ti 

ita^i> 

143 V.. 


41 <. 
4 7'» 
%•% 


<T\ 
4* 'i 
44 S* 


4 7 1. 
14 '\b 




• 1 

•«« 


4m b 

••«kb 

aiHa 


111% 

114^ 

autt 

a • 


114% 
tlt% 

tia% 


lllUb 
ll4>«b 
tl4Hb 

aaa%a 


tN 
1M« 

. * 


lat 
iai% 

a * 


lai 



Wheat— 1 aor., lUl-4: X nor.. 
149 1-4; S nor., 740 1-4: No. 4. 

13 1 14. .No 1201-4, .No. 6. 103 1 -4 . 
feed. 83 1-4, track. 149 3-4. screen- 
Ingn. 13. 

t>ats— 3 cw . 49; 3 cw . 44 1-JU-M*'"» 
1 feed. 43 1-2; 1 feed. 42 1-2; t fOad. 
40: rejected. !»; track. 41. 

Barley— I ew., «11-l: 4 ew4* II 7-1 : 
rejocted. II l.|; food, II l^l; track. 
S-l. 

Flax — 1 nmc. 210 3-4; 2 (w 
204 3-4: 3 cw . 1911-4; rejected 
161 1-4; tra k lO 9.4. 

RyB— 3 cw., 93. 



Victona Stock 
Exchange 




• ■s*«a a^aa 



Mining— 
B C. siivar 
Daawall Ml 

aiaeier Creek 

Oladaiana 

Oaldamith 

ateanar 

'"■aabr 

Hows Round 

ladepeodanes Oold 

Indiaa Miaaa 

iniarnsiioaal Ceal 

I.akevlew 

I.eadarni t h . , 

I.ucky Jim 

Malasplaa 

Marm«t MaUla 

Nallonsi Sliver 

I'orier-ldsho 

Premier (iold 

Richmond .... 
RDaaall Cra*k 

tielklrka 

silverade 

silver Crest . . 
Mllveramllh ... 
.Sun loch . . , , 
Terminus 
Victoria 
Oils— 

n c. Montana 

S«laa 

IN Oaa well at 1.14; 44 Daswall at 1.74. 



m • 9 m m •% 



taaseaeaaa* 
•aaaaaeaaa* 



Bid 
1.44 

.at 
:ta 

N.M 

aa,«o 

/ . . 

.44 

.It 

.44 

\\\ 



3.14 

.ai«t 



laeaaaaaaaad 



.47% 



44 Si 



44 



Calgary Oil Stocks 

(Supplied by R P Clark B Ca. 
ay direct prival* wire) 



Weal Trad 


•8% 




Night Hawk 


a.M 




Reaver 


. ^.74 


.77 


Can I.orrBla 


^.33 


.•a 


Capital 


.33% 


M 


Cast la 


1.11 


raa 


caniagaa 


4.M 


4.ia 


crowa Raaarva 


.•• 




Kverett 


.M 


• a 


Kaelay 


i.ta 


a a 


l.a|isalda 


.aa 




I .areas 


.M% 




7» reals Caa 


•4% 




Trout I.aka 


.74 




MrKlnley 


14 


.18 


Mining Corp '. 


a. •4 




NIplMtag 

Patersnn 7,afca 


: '»% 


a a 




\ Ir 1 r •■ , 


at 





VANCOUVER EXCHANGE 



VANCOtrVBR. Aag. 


a. 


— Tadays 


•in«la- 


tiaaa aa tka Vaaeao*" 


ar 


Stock Rxchaaga 


ware: 




Bid 


Aakad 


B.C. Mlrar 


. . . • 


t.ai 


Beiraaa Capper 






.48 


Rayvtew 






.18 


Ronndary Red Metntala .. 


i* 


» • 


Punweii 


. . • . 


1 71 




r>ougiaa Chaasal .... 


. . . • 




.ai 


Olarler 


. . . . 




.1* 


lilsdstnna 




.34 


.13 


Hsselton Uold Cobalt 






.•1 


ln>le|>andeaea 




.47 


.44 


India" MIIMa 




.M 


.** 


int.rna'ioaai Ceal . . . . 




.17% 


.12 


1. a 1 


. . . « 




.14 


• ..akavlew .,. 


. . . . 


.H% 


•41% 


I.orky Jim 


. . . . 


.13% 


.11 


1 ,e ad ann 1 1 h , . 




.•a 


4»'* 


Marrnol Melala 


. * . . 


•a% 




Perter Idaho 


.... 


• 4 


R Ic h m oad ............ 


. . . . 


.as% 


.14 


Halkirk 


• ■ . • 




.44 


Sllwr CrwM 






.12 


SilveramRk 




.48 


Jf 


Sarf lalot 


. . . . 


.M 


•4 


Tsrwi ' n us ........... 


* . » . 


.as 




victoria - ' . .* 


a a 


It 


Tralan Oil 




.•!» 


.41% 


Alhaakaaha .......... 


* . . . 




.10. 


Ri' Montana 




.aa% 


.818 


Rritlsh Petrolaam .... 




.11 




Maple l.ear 






:U 


n c Perm f Aan 




141 aa 




B I " Tel pfd 




1*1 4* 




B c Tel < am 




141 00 




B.C. tloctrlc p a q. 




141 44 • 144.44 


t R c Telepbona at 


141 


. 144 r*m>i 


s*ll at 


t '4 14* Panwall at 


1 74 


•aa Pr.n 


tier St 



I U mti Prerilar al 1 14 •»(! rramlar at 
117. I.*** ailTersmllh st 44 1,4M Olad- 
a4*aa at .11; '^y, m»tm*Bjt^T** ** 

10* niaelar a4 1%; 114 Profntor al A'tli 
]«a Pr.niier al 1 17. 1.4*4 britlah Pataa8MBB 

at 1 ] S I Ti'in w." .1 1 70<a 

Ntli YUliK SUCAR 
NCW TORK. Abb. *. — The raw 
aticar market waa Arm and tinchanged 
today al 4 14 far ruhan. dij«» t a d 
with nn sal»a raportad A c*> 
rrxid in^n'rv wa« rep-irt.d f<>r refloed 
• -.rs' r--'"" ■ • ►^sng^d Bt'l.fl 

ta AA« for Am i" ir't'sua ' 

.4' 



Wastam Cons, drilll 
penstratad 1 1 ft of 
aand at 1.114 ft., aad 
ran will b* apllelag * 
will run down the 
this aftarneaa. 

Mc|.a«d No. I has 
week-end and will k* 



Alberta racMte Ci 

Adraacs 

Alkarta Aasaalatad 
Britlak t>aatlalaa . 
niark niamaad 

(\>opar 

Dalhousla 

Oraat Waat 

Illlaala Alta 

Highland 

MrI.eod 

Midwest 

XI a d I ao n 

M' Stephen 

Mooaa Maaalala . . 

Roy sine 

Raaa Oil 

Signal Hill ..K... 
Turaae YsBap .... 

Called 

vvtaaa 



ng In Walnwrlght hsr* 
highly aaiuraled oil 
are still drilling. Vul- 
iM* tkla tasrajBg and 
sselMt far tia teois 



keen kept rioaad for 
ap*nad laday. 



Sold 
Sold 



Sold 



•Id 


A*ked 




21 


.88 


.1* 




.•• 
.44 




1* 




1 10 




1 44 










ia 






I 14 


.u 


40 




• 4 




40 




4t 


8.M 






4 4(1 




.11 


.aa 




1 44 


1 14 


4.14 


4 M 



Spokaiif Stocks 

"rsr^w^'rar**- 

. irf^»eMaaM»ea^^^^^^^a»^^^^^ 



AJas .............. 

Ambergris 

I'sledonla 

Callahan ZlRC-UetMl 
olsdstona Meastaia 

Ooldsmltb > 

Heels 

I.esdnmlth 

1 urky Jim 

Marah Cona 

Premier Oold 

Htpkmaiid Case. , , . * 
S k srasaa Uaad . . . . , 

WItrarwnltk 

Ikasdard • ■ 

Strattan 

Sunshine 

Tsmsrark 

Ifceaiern t nioo . . . , 



Bid 

.14 

•7 

.33 
13.«4 
•4% 

.14% 

2 It 
•4% 
14 

.88% 
.88 

M 

• 1% 



Asked 

il 

1 04 

.11 
14 
It.N 

••% 

IT 

•1% 

•is 

.ta' 

.M 
.3* 
41% 



fOl<EICN 90NDS 

--' kfa. r. Clark A Co , 

Bid 

rroaeS 7*a 1444 •!% 

Krench T% a lt44 87% 

French la 1*43 1M% 

Auairlan 7'a 1*41 188% 

Oerman -.'««• l»» 



I. Id I 
Ashed 
• 1% 
•I 
1*1<* 
1*2% 
1*1 'a 



beaUU Hheat 



IBATTIiBt Aug a - Wheat future^ 
open HI*H I.«w cloaa 

Sepi mS IltV» n!'i 111'* 

Dor til'a )>l^« ntVi III 

Cash basts: S". i sacked ta arrlre 
84lft WkHe. Western WkllO, Mf BoBd 
■IB— teia. Bis Rend Dark NortlMrn 
tpflBf. mi-2. Rig Read I>BPk Mard 

winter. Northern Bprlng. 134 1-3. 
Hard Winter. Ill 1-t; Waotarn Red. 
184 1-2. 



CsFet. DMIentft 



MONTREAL Aug. •— At a meet- 
ing of tha dlractora of tha Canadian 
Padtc Railway Coapaay today, th* 
foDBWliia dhndeada veso- dealasBd 
Or p io l Bre B o o atoek. t per ooal for 
half. rear andad JbiM tt ftei: on 
rr>mmnn irtirk I 1-3 per cent for 
^, mr^,\f^ time .1*1 l-\af frf>m rall- 
» , ,! , r,,- , Inrnme 

. Hoih dividends payabta Octabor t to 

[SmSmim^ reaatC t »au Sep 





CANADA BISCUIT CO., LTD. 

First Mcetpst Bonds. Due May 1st, 1946 

Taeak bonds are a first nio4igai(c on the propcrtiet 
of fiT« sucocksful »HiA long csubliahed companies 
which hsve t>ecn brought together ofider tka aaaiH 
a^M ment of Ilr. Frank A. McConakk. Past earn* 
||1^'^ of alt roinpanim hsve been romarkabiv stable. 
I..iriiitig!t 111 tlu 11.1-1 seven \car-. were Jo tinier 
|irr-iciil iiitr n -"t I . luiri niciits lot.il asset values 
an- ill lilt ijtii. i.| ■. t i| $1.(H>(1 hoiid. ami 

in' ( urn lit .i^^rt> .il.iu ( pi . \ :[iiatc AlUoUllt Ot 
liiiii.!> i^-.ia i| I 111- l^ .,11 I V. 1 pi'i ii.ilU hi| 
latiuitrul buiiU at a vriv attt«cit\c >icid. 

PRICB f 100 

Ra P. CLAKK a CO., LTD* 

OaiMtml Bldg.. Vtalwrla. B C. And al Taa e stieor. B C 

Chtcagu llusrd uf 1 ra.lr Hi' linnd I'caiera Aaauivali'o ^vmnipea 
ia Bacbang*. Vletr^fl* Slock Kxchaaga, Calgary Slock Kxchaase 

Prtval* WIeaa ta 




Ail tka t.aadl«g 



katara Baahaaga* 



NEW ISSUE 



Iinperidl Milli,, I.irnitfil, 7' Cum T' < 'erred StOCk 
(Carrying Bonus Share of Common) 
.\veragc c^tiiiiiiK- i'.isi Kt' Nctri — 16'%' on Pfd. shares, leaving |2.80 
on roniiiiiin *ltrr rn u-rciiic I)i\i(Jend. 
1925 Karnings equal 19% on I'td. afid %3.7i on common. 

Price 1100 With Bmius ol Common—YieM 7% 

BrllMi CoiirniMa Bond Corporatloii 

u mmu* 

BOJVDS STOCIUI WAUr ' HUAL KSTATB INSURASICB 

te^,Pil i ai g sl. asg hsa B ii a IM sgt ^yaM^WWaa is Itala 



DCAk VflTM 

R C CHRISTY^^CO. 

VICTOR** •« 



4.\ 



The Esseqtial Factors 



la'a buiine^a enterpritc — Saffkient workini espUsl. aoand 

weal aad itriidily growing demand for product arr ftuind ia 

PACIFIC (COYLE) NAVIGATION CO. 
See Ua About This laaue 



Ra G. CHRISTY & COa, LTDa 

37S, 376 Ttaies Bnlldiac Victoil^ B.C 



FIRST CLAM SEC 

OasntJiteelng r \ M. »% 



t>omlnlnf| *f Cl 

\ ting 4 tl%. 
ItrllUli ( i.liimhU (.iiarnrilcelng P.*. I 



Dae lltt. rrlea 108.78. 



GILLESPIE, MMl & TODD, UM4TU 

711 Wrt Mraat. TIetorta Taaesaaar Pkisi 8148 



THE ROYAL TRUST Q> 



YICnORIA ADVISORY BOARD 

E. W. MeMULLEN 
HON. W. C NICHOL 

Kialsfia O0Uf BalaWBl Haa4a l#SB8|Wf F. E. WINSLOW 
Assets Uader Admiaistratiea Exceed 1170.010,000 



JOHN CALT 

A. MONTIZAMBERT 



Messrs. r. n. mrwart A t v> , I4d., 
Ksplala laCcailloaM RcsanUaa 



Measra: r. R. MtawaK A Co«.XA«., 
have not aold tka business of ihcii 
Victoria brsBch, It was stated by Mr. 
Stewart, yaatarday. What they have 
disposed ot la merely tha aqtitpaiBBt 
;tnd plaat in ponnection with their 
premlsaa oa Tales Street. Victoria, 
aad whatsvor atoek lhay aia7 kaeo ob 

hand Ifr VIrtorIn on August 14. 

Outslilc nf \'l(torl:i the Ahipplni; 
huslnesn will Ic carried nn u.su.tI 
by V. n. Btewart A Co.. l<td. This ap- 
pllaa to all polasta trlbataur to Vaa- 
couver. 

All srrounts up to and Including 
August 14 win be COtlOCtOd bjT F. tl. 

Htewart A Co . Ltd. 

METAL MARKETS 

IXJNDON, Aog. 8. — Btandartl cop- 
per. ..<pot. £.'>x 17a 8d: futures, f.%9 
6d: elertrolyilr. spot {87: futures. 
£87 hK Tin. spot. fC98 i;-. «'1 fu- 
tures. (:90 12a 4d. I>^ad, spot, £32 
12a: futures. £33 7s 6d. Zinc. SPOt. 
CSI 17s 4d; futures, £84 10s. 

At New York 

NBW TORK. Aug. 8.— Copper dull; 
elaotrolytle, apot and futurea, 14 l-2c 
naked. Tin. flnn: spot and nearby. 
89 1 etc; futures, 4(e. Iron steady; 
No. 1 northarn. ItO.IO to 111. 10; No. 
2 northern, tit. to t20.tO; No. I 
southern. 121 to t22 I'aad steady; 
spot. 18 80 ZInr ea«\ : Ksst 8t. I<OulS, 
apot and future*. $7 :to to t7.tS 1-Se. 
AatlMBOny, spot. Iir, :,o 

STERUNC EXCfMNCE 

NEW TORK. Aug 8 -Btcriing ex- 
change irregular; demand 48& 13-18, 
cables 4tf l-l«: ft-day bttto o» banks 
4tl 7-1. 

At Vtatasta 

3uvlnc 4.111 1 2; selling 484 1-2. 



MONTREAL PRODUCE 

MONTREAL. Aug. t. — B««B, 
at render, and obsess stronger. 

Chaaae — Finest westerns, ITH: 
flnaat onstem, 18% to 17c. 

Butter- Nn 1 pastrurlited. 3:\ tu 
18c. 

Kgga^Kresh extras. 40; fresh ArstA 
Itc. f 



of Canada 
qua ran (CCS 
Us Age, 



9 YEARS OLD 





ThU advcrtlfcment is not pub- 
lifM or diapUyed by tba Mquor 
Coitttol Board or by tka CovirB* 
m«nt of Britiah (HolamMfc 



N6W ISSUE 

OWM AND OFKKR 

$100,000.00 

New NhtM LaimlriMLinited 

77e Plrat MortfSfa Si^nt Fund Gold Bonda 
Dalad lair IM, ItIO Oaa |aly tfl. IMl 

Interest ia paysble lanttary i^t and July 1st at tfte Bdnk of lloBtrcst 
or the Royst Bank, m the Cities of Vict4»ris or Vancouver, B.C. Bonda 
sr« rrgiitrrahir an to principal. Callsblf on sny infereat date at $105.00 
on fiKty (lay*' nolire These hond^ are »cfured hy a fir*l tien in favor 
of lh« Truttec on »ll the nropeTiir^ ar- 1 r.f the Compsnv. 

Denominations $1,000 ,iri'l $500 

TraMac; Toronto General Truata Corporatkm 

Capitaliaation 

7% Firat Ifartgajc Bonde. MHhorised flSOjOOOl To be issBcd tlOD^ 
Stares $200^ Par Valac, $100. All \»m$i 



mCB— 100 kBd latataata YISLDINO 7% 

With 20% Bonut of Cofntaon Stock 
Fartbcr iafsriBstioB aaay be obtalaad froai this officd aa n 



Hoyal Financial Corporation, Limited 

H. W. Miller 
040 Fort 
tJOO 



Ha«d offtaa 
Vs 




THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA. B.C. TUESDAY. AUGUST 10. 1026 




t 



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• 



RUSSIA BRINGS IN 
RiGH SiUf (iAROO 



Cdmplning (hf- trip frum >okO- 
ham.i III ninr duyn ^['•■.•n hour* anft 
tounrr-n mlniKfn i|ciipl'>' t w ,|,tv<»' 
l'H'1 w'Alfifr .iriil rhic h'iiit.i 'I'ia^ 
In ri,t-iin« up Ihr "ifruli iii '1rn/<<" trig. 

1 .iMHiliiin I'll' ifti U M :- l':inpreMM 
c>r l:u^1Hl.i <|<K keu t\fr« «t iO:SO o'clock 
/♦•frday mornHif, 

Th« ahtp torovglU In » Itof •( 44« 
MaMnsara, ooM^rtaUm Mv«aty'two 
AMt elMh nln«ty-*i9lit m9»u4 ataM, 
MvantMS tlUr« elajw Mi tIT Mtaraaa. 
Carvo em board •meuntM to L'.ooo 
t«M, Inrludinc « iihlpm»nt of xilk 
valUAd .11 jfionnnnft \i , . ,.fi down 
h«r« tntallad >>4 atirk*. of whioh 
iHirt\ -•v«B BMlUi w«r« far lot^ 41a- 

I r I h li 1 1 o n 

wtr* Mr. A. .InhnHon, pnunln^n' 

Sh«nKh,ii harrlater, en rout"- <•> it'' 
Paciflc Coaat en a holiday; Mr. 11. 
P. Martin. rap r >aaa U U v a, l«var Bros., 
a«ftp iiuuiura«turar», an Ilia way to 
lOMlAntf: Mr. R. A. Taaac, auparta- 
taB4«Bti oparating departmant. Cana- 
4>tm PaclSe MaaaMhlpa Uaaltad, at 
>it»athal> an rauta ta 

HONOLULIT 

• * From Seattle 

Th* popnlar s*. 'Xt'aiJNr" (l:<.00« u>ii*) 

far RMwtato aM MawaUM aap«a 
14, a*atMNk«r tS. i«*vraika» «. 

( mhin lUUrt •'•<{ ft<H1 

M."\TK)N .N.WH.ATION < <> 

HaatUa 

(At,« All Aatharlaaa n«ktt A«.n'. 



furlough, Mr. M H. Btenrna, membfr 
i>f ihr paaaanarr immc <J»p»rtinam 
aiaff of the < anadlan rarin<\ m 
Shanishai. returnlnK to (.'anu'ta 
fur1ou»ll; Mr. F. A. Wright, of Mali 

t^x. a rapraaaatetlva or raioitn a 
tiaidwia. waal apUuMva. Uncian-i. M' 
F. B. MwiteU. prMBiaaai ■hanvhH> 
raatdaat •■4 raaafcaraa airaari Mr. K. 
B. Harbart. mana«ar. ShancluU Bac- 
trle Corporation Ca— iMX. Uaaltad. 
pn route to Scotland on forfauclk ae- 
> ompanled \,y hia wifa and daufhtar; 
Mr !• .J Nahaa. prominent marohant 
rf.ririrf-ti>il wlih .Mfjusr^ R_pae«laar 
Hro- .i( l.dmli'ii. l.nKl.ind. rrtumlnK 
»i im.- itfler .1 l.uBiii' .« trip to the Far 
i:*»t, .Mr. .\' .M«n»."."n prnmirrnt »t»<"! 
merchant v<niiU' "-.\ Manannn A 

4'ompaay. proceedtng in .■^w^.im wiMi 
hie family. 

Thara wara many moat iniTi-jn it,^ 
ptaaaniara an t)»e boa*, but naB« • 
so tban llttla Master Ui/nw^ Kob 
ertaea. a«ed fm^rtaan. aC llMatiiai, 
the non of a Canadian mlaatannrr In 
tho in'prior. Who la travail n» all the 
»»iiy frnrn Hhanchal to Toronto ta ▼lalt 
hla «randmottoer. Tonne Robaitaon 
wan Vu lUa and soul at tba baai. 

aS-K. UNER IS 

• IN FROM FAR LAST 



TO SnCOPB 



MAKR RtSEFVATIUN'g NOW 

raoM MONTnnnit 
JUvaepaal 

io. aaat. IT.. .....Meatraak 

Aaa IT. tapt- H Meataataa 

••pt. », Oct. 1 .^...ftoatelara 

1* r - - - 



I. B*i^ 



9, Oat. 



To Bvllut <>laM*» 



jraoM Qunanu 



te. ^at. **-..>•*«. •*•.... VeaWaral 
Ta «7ntrfcta f n«4an<bnn|p<an4fc>—<»a'w 
Aaa 1* ' .Biaaia a i af n.iii*D4 

! !H»p( It Kmpr««« nf K"r«nc» 

Myl It. UcL • KniprcM ut BaatUad 



M4b 



iTlayad iw'ii' hourw hy ff>K 

the O. S. K |M.' I Arl7,opa Mam 
locked from Oripni«! pnrr.-t .atl. 
tardny morning. The veaael dlacharKe<1 
100 tona of fralfht «n<i ninety-four 
aaeka of mall here batara braeaedinc 
to Saattlf. 

Of the ninaty-thvaa paaaanaam on 
board, thrna llvat olnan and tlUrty- 
asTan aCaa^nin dibcrtiff nvm Tn 
Beattla Ukara were thtaty-favr anbte 

and aavantaan ataaraKC. 

Included In th'> nhip's frelcht was 

peanut oil In bulk, or.g tona of porce- 
lain and .IL'O tonn of general mer- 
chandiK'' for Senttle and l.TOT tona of 
porceUIn, I9t tona of tea and 123 
foriM of ireneral merchanilaa far un- 
loading at Taroma. 

Among other vejiaelK to dock at the 
Outer Wharf over the waakoand was 
the Phlloetetea, whioh dlaehnrgad 
fifty tona at fralfM bbfaNT > ff tnga <tn g 
to VanoeoTor. 

Uinteldyk Is Due 

Here From Eunypc 
Wednesday Morning 



Tha Holland* Amarlaan Unar Dlntel- 
dyk la rapartad dna Hara nt • a'aleefc 
on Wednaaday maming from Bnro- 
p«>an porta. This' vaaael haa 1*0 tons 
of fralght for diaoharga hara. the 
marka the fifth conaecutWa Arrival 
h^re In the i( M s I', and Holland- 
Aniorlcan Joint bervlce. 



Aaa K. aaet 



■•tt*aee*a 



Maataalra 




AUSTRALIA 
NEW ZEALAND 

V/M Holli>liilit .11. t SitVifv 



Tba new Mi| weU-^|pgata< ^ w dnera 
m «MS) Ang. M. Oet. la 



T*f far**, ale. 

st»." »' r AC* 



rou V •> . n C, 



Mill Bay Ferry 

Pufy l^a<ea 
MIU. MT 



• :ie %.m. 

10 am 

If 00 r.'..->a 
|:*0 p«. 

tt«« pm 



a 

Trie a.ak 
• t K a «. 

•11 OO a .ia. 
1 <o 

• iiM Sah 
tiOb pa. 

•I 

nat er 



CUNARD 

ANCHOR 
ANCHOR - DON ALO^iON 



CANABMai 



m pi.TMMfMaaaMM'Ba.iiONDON 

Antaala A««. H Aeaaala Aac zt 

TO LIVSnPOOL 
Aurafil* Aug J7, .S»p( ti < iri 22 

TO nBI-FAflT A>D (.IJIIM.OW 

•'•tttia Aag. to Atkaala....Sept. i 

VBOM XBW VOBB 

TO QCBinmim Msm utmpool 

I «aoa<a. . . .Aag. n Pmaeeala. .Afea- H 
TO mnnnocBo ami McmiAMrTON 

Aiiultanla. Auc 14, aapt. |«, Oet. f, Oat. IT 
B»r»n«.rla n*pi. I, Sapt. It, Oet. IJ 

•Mauritania Sept. I, 8apL II. Oet.lt 

TO UMfOOITBaBBT ABB Bl A1B9W 
Traaaplvaala. A«g. it Geladaaia. Aag. !i 

TB PLTMBlmMUTB^MirBOX 

I'araala. ...Am. 11 Lsaeaalrta..A«a li 
TO rLTiiotrTa.rHBnBotTn«.aAMn(i 

Aadaala Sfp« j. ort. t n 

TO qt r.r>(»To\« s and icnr-..,, 

• -«nia Au« 'l MeytMa . « I 
• Calla at rirTnaalh, naatkaaa.i 

Maaep arSaea. «paria aa4 tf«».ii,,,. 
ehaquaa at lawaat ralaa l>«l| infanr.t /„ 
fram laeal asaata ar Campanr'a Ofric. 
•II naatiaga at W. VaaeaaT*r, n.c, ^ 



UNION STF.AMSMIPS. LTXJ. 
To A!! B C Coait Points 
frtaca Kupcrt. Stewart. Aajon, Xtc 



OlO. KeO 



Acant 



1«25 



Canadian 

PAClF-IC 



B.C. Cms! Service 

Gulf Islands 
Excursion 

I rom ^ Wadnaadiy 

RettuTi Fare (fo (\r\ 



$2.00 



CALIFORNIA 



- M 1 1 Noa 
Ri rn Ai.iu\ s M>KR 
dag I Aagaat la. • \m. 

Seitar-aaip n. 



■BM Tin oRi t 

pa KMMA KhMXAHnWfk 
aaarfa, A«f«MA » £S 

P. Af.nvAvnnn 



trmm ItaMUe rrary TitMrfaj at I P.M. 

a ea^rtaae er aa. DonoTHY aubajtbi 
t»Mn Tielepta t p.M, Aagbsi <• 




Pacific Steamship Co. 



Canadian Pacific Railway 

B.C COAST 8B1VICS 



r«« sad tl:« »■ 
:M P.M. dsllp, 

iTfeat Tanaeovar. Aac<a> > 

MBBTB-— /toin <' *no'ja>^ 

al 0 nia. 

BiTBM. vtmrnn bat. o 

Taaeaay. Tkaraaap aaa aatard^ at lliW 

TA*<»«T«» WUIBB BBBTB-PNm TINerta aa tk, 



W - ■" n - . ' ». . 



aa* lie* aaas maata. ■% it p,m. 
•inur itiABBa nocra-^ 
Wedneaiet at • i 
BaaiiSIr at • 

» Jbe na Cbarwar Heaae TIetatta aw» 
mtmm at Part Waaatagtaik ttaaaea Ma 
mn inlennatlaa Cram snp aga 



•I f 



Maaaar aaa 



ar. at ti aaa. lap 

paa talaaS a« faala 




\»inicii MOVKMKfrrB 

.SKA'm.K, Auir » — Arrived; Mo- 
tornhiiJ .A'ltiilral I'eary. I'tJilo. Mun- 
domr, II V A l«>Xiiinl«-i , lOdward 
1 -U' kf-nlMi h .l<i( oi .Sun l-'i uricmi o . W 
Mil:-i li M-h iiioiiil . Ijiii<'a«ter, Tort 
Und, Ore., Brookdala. Northwagtern, 
Quean. SoutkaaaUrn Alaaka; ArtMna 
Maru. Koba: iClndardyk. V m annvar : 
Yokohama Martt. Taoema. Ballad 

CaUforf\i.in, VIctoila, Tacoma, Dor 
othy Al' vitider, Houthaajitern Alaaka, 

' .ii't-i 'i A l.ucaa, Kranclaco; 
.^i-;sy Aufr 9 .s.ii!«.i Yukon, 

nout hlioi) lie! 

ji NK.vi , Aug. 3. -aalied. Admiral 
! vin.v 'outhbound. 

KisTCHiiuuf, Auf. l.-«aUatil; A4< 
mlral Evans, aaulkbaand. 

PORTI.AND. Aug. ». — Afrivod 
Multnomah, ban Pranclaro; Admiral 
Karragut. San I>ief<>. i: m .M<>yei. 
San Kranciaro; >l,irr.i,i |)..ii,4r, Sun 
I lan' 1.1' " Miitoi.ship I'ai ific Com 
merce. .Ma n<-h<-»i it l.ubrl'o I.os Al- 
tes. Hailed: AVarwl'k .Si-.ntle, Ar- 
kanaaa, Broektnga. tan Kranclsco. 

TACOM4. Anf. ».-<-Arrlvad: Ja<ot. 
f^eattle; MtarBbTi iMi Praaelaaa: Ms. 
• alitor nia. Saattla. laUad: Jgoex. 
Hound porta 

HAN PRANCI8CO, Aur 9.— Ar- 
!;\'d Han .lunn I'r .i ipe.^. Ruth 

AUxiinder, Wlllnpa. .Saii I'edro; 
Borgaa. Honolulu: Venr.ufla, New 
York. U.I Iter A. Ivuckanbach. New 
Y'ork. Waat Notua, Burnoa Aires; 
Munairea. Baltimora: Annie Chrlatan* 
xr>n, Aberdgan; Japnii Arrow, Bhang* 
hal. BnMad: Baa Uon, THbldad; 
Tecumaab. I t aan b l; Amerloaa. Seattle; 
• L>ondon Merchant, teattte; Point 
Judith, Seattle: Welsh City. Aberdeen. 
Arrived 

NAQOTA. Aug IndU rity, Port- 
land. 

8UANOHAI. Aug. 1. — Bastarn 
Knight. Portland. ' * 

BOBTON. A««. 
bach. Portland. 

NEW TonK. Aug. •.— Tiger. San 
Pedro; W H. Rheam. San »an«laea. 

HHANGHAI. Aug. 7.^PraM4iBt Ma- 

Klnley. .Seatlle 

Sailed 

NEW YORK, Aug. O.^-aamoal Q. 
Brown, Ban Padra. 



lOOPORT 
( Eatevan, S V M.) 
Canadian Coaster, Oogan Fb4U for 
(^'ae rea Cna. ti mflan from Osg Pae 

Oe. 

Pennayhranln. Ban 'FtmnalaBi Car 
Portland. 143 mllaa gouthwaat of Co- 
lumbia Xhrar. 

Canadian Oba#rvar, San rnBeisoo 
for Vleterla. lOO mllaa from Vletorla. 

■gthap Dollar, Beattir for San Pran- 
oiaeo, 307 mllan frrim .S.in I'rnnclsco. 

c^Mm. MOVKMKNTS 
Canadian fyalfhtar nyrtv«4- Vbn- 

cotimr, Jtilp • • 

' oath, then OnralaB, UvarpMi bad 

I . lasgow. July f 0. 

C.n.-iMi.iD ImporlW Ml MMMBB f«r 

li.iiifnx July 11 

Canadian Pioneer iff- I r; ; u l".,>y 
for Kalmouth, l-ondon and Autvrarp, 
l ily II. 



MADISON EN ROUTE 
UERE FROM ORIENT 

•jsr - 



Tona of Fral sln 

Brlnirlng a pasaanger Hat of SSO and 
a fairly he«v> '^argo th' A<1mlral 
oriental lln<>r Pregldant Madison l.i 
reported due here on 'Auguot Ifi, hav- 
ing agllad from Tobehama on 
Auffva* 1. 

ror vi'-tnria tba vaaaal baa IBS tkna 
of fr^tght and nrty pngnangara The 
mxH ( onmiirnmoni far thlg POTt 
iinuunta to flfty baga 

.Seattle's paaaengar list com pr lees 
nghty flret class and 200 staarage, 
hlle the CfTf 0 amaunts to 4,l#9 tana, 
ronslating of I.TIO bales of raw OllK. 
.^(0 tons of eoeoanut oil, (37 tens of 
wood all ABB. tM rmnlndir gana r ai 

frrlrht. 

Thn Admiral liner T>orothy AleiJin- 
'ler flo' Wed h're « t 4 o clock yealerday 
sftetnoon m pick tip paneangera for 
Hrr ii.«t arpadulad rrutae to AlAgka. 

nailed At T p.m. Nagt weak she 
v'lii ntake a apaelal trip to Alaska, 
whirh iviu eamplate bar aanaen In this 
'•Tvita.. " 



Winnipeg Grain 
Letter 



1 



f(lu»pii».l b> R P riarh a ra . »,»a ■> 

wi.NNiPKO, Aug I - Wheat; Mar- 
hat digplnyad firm undartanb |a4ay» 
« nd wblla tba fnll bulcn mn4n at m\Ai 
a^amoB was ngi bald tba mnrket r#. 
artad mthar aballr for tha dipe. and 
finally rinsed % to % higher, the or. 
f»ther ahowinc the Rrester atrenirih. 
Trade volume wan not loi1;i>. but 

there waa very littia pressure m evl- 
danra the trade prefarlnr to nwalt tha 

cnn«rii,in .ind American Uevernniant 

reports In he lanuad TttaodgT af t ari lO O n 

b'>for« taking a decided stand an tba 
n arkat. Tmda was largely of a 
aprandtnt abnmatar between the <iif. 
fernnt Ntantha and buyins Winnipeg 
May sgalnnt aniea nf c-hirairo May af 
the hoard dlfferen f#. nr ahoiit .1'.' 
There whm fair boylna earU 
local h'Miae whuh wan under-'ro i i 

inveafment nn haaie thul 
Buropaan rrnpa are mttah emstler 
than last year. Thara wna n llttla a«- 
poft VMlnaaa werblnp In M n n UgBn. 
b«t tbo vnhime wasv amnlL Tlia 
wgnMMT map abewed nnnattlad aondl- 
tloBBWlai sa b aini abnwara in southem 
MABlUbA and fSBkntehowan »r^\ 
falrig fOMtnl An avap the Prn\ hm » of 

Albarta V^MiygPat urea w»r» rnnt. 

even louehlnt the fm^t ima in .North- 
ern Alberta, t •iamage la an 
ilclpaied a* ih. - mp la practically 
ripe and with favorahla waetber e«t- 

14. The CaimSn^r'r^aeMe'lhLlwa^ 
bava In effect Raconrtan Rataa t« the 

Kahlbltlon Tlcketji ran be purrhaj*ad 

on Aticriiii « : > anit 1 i with 4 final 
)rr\ itrwit Aiir\ji»t i» rh--p.» i|70 
or 1:1 for further lafertaailoa. 



Canadian Planter left Qtiebec tor 
Vancouvar, July ii. 

Canadian I'roKpeotor arrived Prince 
Rupert July SI. 

CannAlAb SpaBot nvfftvad 4MtiNr». 

Jnly ll. 

Canadian geigneur left AniBWp ft|r 

fcnn Pedro. San t'l Jiii isi o, \ft<rtoHA. 
beuttie and Vanioiiver, July 14 

c.itwKlUn Tranapnritr l«fi (Jiaagow 
for Victoria, July IT 

Canadian Winner arrived Vancou- 
ver. July 28 

Canadian Hklmiiaher Itft Che- 
malQua for Klnsatop. Avonmouth. 

Swansea. Oanitao. Uverpooi and 
aiaagow. J^y tt. 
Canndlan Coaster left M^SAiaio for 

Ocean Palls, August 1, 

c.<nadiaTi Pamor a W lPa B Onaan 

I alls, July 37. 

c.«n.<di.iii> nheerver nrrtVPd San 

IVclrii AiiKUXi 3. 

( anadi.in Itover left Ban 

(or Viatorta,, July 3i. 

a 

TR4VSrAriVT0 MAILB 
AUUUST, 1»3« 



rrealdapfe JnCfMnion ~ Mnlla d 

August I. 4 p.m. XHm at Teltohams 
August 14; Bhantbaf. Au^-^'Mt l*) 

Kmpreaa of Onaada- - M h 1 Ih <'io»e 
August 6. 5 p m. Due at Y<'k><hama 
Ansuit 10; Shanghai, August 30; 
Hang Kan» AvgtNt 33. 

Parta Maru— Malls fclose auk-.-^' 
11 p.m. Dae at Tokobama a ik ^.i: , 

Prealdent Qraat ^ Malls ' !oa« 
Augupt 14, 4 p.m. Owa At Yokahama 
August SC: BbanghAl. JLnWit 31; 
Hong Kong. Bapt. 4. 

Empreaa Af Ruaata^Malla elaaa 
August 10. I p m. Due At TokohagM 
Anruat SO: Shangttal. Sept. 3; HoAg 
K 'iig 1 

Arlioiia .M.<!ii .Mall.f close AUITUSt 
21 4 P rn L)ui- .if Yokoh.inia Sept 6 

Prealdent .Mailison Mails cloae 
August 21. 4 p ni. Due at Tokohama 
Bept. 7; Shaashai. ••PC 13; Hong 
iCong, ft^L II. 

Prggidaat Jaskaon Mails eloaa 
Sept. T, 4 p.ii. Ova at TohabaaM 
Sept. 10: ShAnstAl. gapC. tO; apat 
Kong, Sept. 31. ^ 

• Anatmtla pad Now Saalaad 

Btarra-»MAlla doga Avfuat T, 4 p.m. 
Dna at BrdBay Attguat 31. 

Malror»-'MAll8 close August S. 4 
p.m. ]>ua at Wellington August aO; 

BjrdBdV^ i«Pt 4. 

Aorangl — Malta eloaa Auguat 28, I 
p m Due at Auflblpad Bayt tti 
Sydney, Sept. 13. 

Sonoma — Mails eloaa Augggt 33, 4 
p.m. Due Bydnay Sept. It. , * 



1^ APffao 

Phlloetetei, from Orient, Aus 9 
London Merchant, from Old Coun* 
try. Aug. 10. 

Oerangt, from AnatraU^ Aiyg. 30. 
Arabia Marti, from OrMK. Aug. 31. 
Africa Mar < ^ "riani, inpt C 
Tu Suli 

Arizona Maru. for Orient. Aug. 23. 
Arabia Ma^u, for Orient, Sept. 3. 
Alrtan Mnrtt. far Oriaat. Sapt 33. 



MILWAUKEE RAILWAY 

OFOCIAL IS VISITOR 



Mr. V. II. Johnaon Pajn Short \ lalt 

to Victoria- bays Uaa la 



Mr. r. H. Xahaaan. aaalntnat ta tbe 

Tm*i^r of the Chlcagn. Milwaukee 
A 8t. Paul Railway, with haaduuar- 
lera Chlrnito wax 1* visitor to lh,.i 
cii\ for a f»'w hiiore veatrriluj.' afier- 
noi.n Arriving on the " 30 boil from 
Vanoouvor, Mr. Juhnapn. Who ta at - 
eompaalod by bbi wtfa. and child, 
apant tba ttma avallabia touring tba 
aHy and waa graatly Imp r iaaai wHb 
tba baautlea of Victoria 

"Vlctorla'a waterfront and driven 
arf fxceedln^M lir,i u 1 1 f \i I ' th'- vL^Mtor 
r 1- nia r Iv I'.l 'iinri the Kii'.i>>' flowrr'i 
.irf uninio- I" a VlgltOr fi' Mi ih- H'.i-ii 

I h.i\e heard a great deal about 
Hut hart's Qardaaa. and I am aarry 
that I bAva nat bad tba Uaaa «« Ttalt 
tbOm. but next tlma I am In tbM pity 

I will niHt.e it .1 point of seatag thia 
widely -t.i Iked ..f beauty spot." 

Mr Johns. >n left on tbo aftnrBPon 

boat for t^eattlc. 

' Quaatlonad about tbe pregTOai of 

the railway under reeelvars' hands, 
Mr. Johnson remarked that the line 
» ."howinK .1 marked 1 m pro\ em ■■ n I . 

• mi ii.id (lojie much belter since it 
« I.- taken over In March. 1125. 

• Hwier o[>«nainr. more rallee per 
train, ami groater efflolency In tha 
ataiC had boon aiiown." ba aald. 

Mr. Jobnnan wan a vlaRor to Tal> 
lowstone Park whert tbe new coach 
line of the railroad waa put In opera- 
tion. He was rnthiislastle ah"iji 1 he 
eventual auccess of the road, and re- 
marked that tha lOO-mlla route held 
aamo of tba gcbalo wa4idam of tha 
warNL 

Bpaaklnt of tba prograga eC tha line 
In tba Wagt, Mr.' Jobnaon remarked 
that tha IIAe had been up ugamut 
some old eetahlished railways, and 

had enrountered nliff compotition 
Wirh the lolcdliEing of the t>oint«i 
. iiod by the road, howavar. he 
added that a bright lutura was 
nband of tha^ Junior nad In. that 
country. 



ting will begin this week In all three 
proiinceH. The Ameriran vlalble aup- 
pi> showed a record, inclusive of 11,- 
r>r>.i.000 bushels,' but psaalmistic re- 
porta ware apAln raealvgd from U.S. 
tprt ag wbaat tanrltary. wblcb aaabied 
Amarlaan markats ta bald Arm. 
World'a shipmanta wara 13.100,000 
bushela. of which 13.040.000 buahala 
went fram North America. On pas- 
sage supplies Increaaed 1 4Ki oon 
bushels. Reports of Kiiropean < rop 
are mlied. but the general opinion u 
that they are about average but 
amallar than iaat year with harvesting 
In full swing under favombla condl* 
tlona. Tba mnrbat may do a llttla 
bat tar. but wa bdNrlna aalUng poalUan 
on all fair bulgaa. 

'Coarae Oralns Onii'ide of ;i little 
aapnrt loiylnir In nam there wa.^ not 
much Hoinc In cnrxrse grain!" Market 
eloaed fraeiionally higher, while rye 
following the gtrengtb IS wbaat elaaed 
1 k to % aanta up. 

Plan: A llttla Srmar during the first 
part of tba day, hut the flurrten yare 
not held. Pinal flgure« ware little 
'•hanged to fractional^ lower. IVade 
very light spd featurelclia. 



The fnet tbat thare was no ntable 
government In China with which to 
deal was the reaaon why there ^11.1 
no Indication of a settlement of tha 
present unrest Mr Perclval l.andon. 
London journHiint. statod on bla ar- 
rival bare y.e«terday an baard tfca 
ipraaa of Russia. 

Altbongb tha dalagntad af tM m< 
tipaa atundlag tba Paklag aaailbranoa 
hava dnaa tbalr ut g oaat ta aattia tha 

problsms which have coma batera 
them for coaslderatlon. It la Impos- 
Mlble to arrive at n satisfactory con- 
'ciualon, for thara Is nothing in tha 
way of Ktabie gavammagt vitb wMpli 

they can deal." 

Mr l.xnrion deelarai thKt work 
of the Peking CgOfarenee had I .-'n 
made useless beoause of the ' v 
to find adequate repreaantaUves of 
China eithar for the govemmaat.ar 
tha cenfaranea Itnalf. 

The continual aba n glng of control 
of tba Paklng gavammaat and tba 
fact tbat tba Xnominebnn fareaa are 
only tblrty>Sva mllaa fram Pataing 
mabaa tba ppalttoa pf pabUcal raprg- 
agataUas praaarlatia. bp aald. 



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igiTT im AimtHmmmnt 

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(Hrtng to daferti in tha race of tba 
plate used f«r the prospe-..). ,,f the 
roemos Imperial Mllln Limited, pwh- 
llahed on '■ irdny the uttentlnn of the 
puhlle u <\rnmi\ to tha fact tnat the 
asaeta «how fl <l for each ahara of 
preference stack Th# earnlnga ara 
3.77 ttmaa tha praferanca divldand re- 
aulred. and at tba rata af tt.73 per 
shara an tba eamman atorb. 

MONEY MARKETS 

LOimON, A«g. t.— Maney 4 per 
cant. TiKcount rataa: Short bins, 
4 1-4 per cent: thrae months' bills. 
4 1*4 ta 4g>l( per cen' 

At Mew York 
NEW YORK. Aug. 0 —Call money 
firm: all loans 4 12. doalpk; bid 4 1-2; 
aeked. 4 J-4 Time Innnm firm, mlaed 
rnll,(ter.«l firt 10 days, 4 3-1 to 4 1-2, 

4-1 mofiths. 4 i-S ta 4 a-4. ^rlme mer- 
canttla papar, 4 la 4 1-4. . 



FLIT 

DESntOYS 

F1ies.>loo9iiKMt| 



CONFERENCE WAfi 
' DECIDED FAILURE 



Mr. Perctval Laadoa, JoaroaUat, Bnya 
off Cblaa'a 



Chiaige Grain 



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(PveniiaO Pr B.a 3Mad Oarpa . MA> 
cRrcACO Aug. f.->Wbaat: Priaaa 
held within narrnw limits with the 
undertone firm An Inetease ef i I . 
SiJ.OOO in \ laihle failed to havr rniieh 
enecl. atihonrh t' t.ii la now 4i ifti - 
000. against ll.»i:i.oon last year. Re. 
porta nf frost in the Saskatoon region 
aspaad aanna nuptng at Wlnnipag. and 
wltb rblna ovar a go«% part off tbo 
thrA) provtncea, tbara wpa threat ef 
delay In haveatlng. Ksport demand at 
the sraboard waa only fair with aales 
eatimafad at SOP "ioa to 4rta 0a« in- 
f liidinK «nrre Manliobaa 

Corn; Dry and hot weather south- 
west and I'-mperatures reported aa 
high as 113 In Kansas csused praflt- 
taking aalra and part af tba pdvpnca 
wna Ingt latar, Tba fgraaaat araa for 
part eteudir ta trasattlad toalgbt and 
Ttieeday With lower OgMBBlBraa. 
Liverpool due % to MM laWMVgB far 
wheat. 

WMat— Opes Wgk ptm naaa 

May 144 I I4f 4 144 I U1 ■* 

H»pt Ill l«t 7 lit 4 nt I 

Dar I4I-I 141 141-4 141-4 

rara — 

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K«pi l»-f Oi l»-f 14-4 

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Mept. M-'i «l i 41 I 41 4 

!>•' 44 44>» 44 4« 4 
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Kept lei lll-l 1*1 4 



Wmthmr iUport 

Pachena Foggy, Ufbt weal, SO. OS. 

..3. light swell 

Caga Baa l s Poggy; tight waat: 
30.M; Ugbt asraU. 

Batavan — Poggy; light northwaat; 
30 14; 10; sea obscure. 

CHARMER RETURNS TO 
TRANSOUU ROUTE 

She 



m'cqrmu;kss.(;o. 

acquires new fleet 



to Anrcnitiui \ la Mirnll nf 

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la Uador Repair at 

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The I'lmrOKM wiii !.iil.»r.- the Piln 
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I'luvi' .NiiMiinii run. whUe the !'.< 
iiKiii is under repair at ^tka Victor u 
Machinery lieptK. 

Tbo T o'doob aalling ant o4 Nanai 
mo will be replaced by one .at 0:30 
o'clock There will atlll ba four trlpa 
earh u .• v in i idlag ths llotoT PHn* 

I he Princcns Mary will take the 
charmer's sailings in the Oulf Ipland 
route. She Is being cxtensivaly use i 
on tba Vanoouver-Powoll RIvar run 
in pinaa of tba^bamkpr awing to the 
ineroased deiani# aa OAbla aaeoaiaio- 

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Tha iisia aa«d 1* Paein« staa4M«d (er tbe 
,iiMh Marieiaa waat It la esanteg ma 0 
ta at haara (ram wiaalski le mldsTskt The 
aparea far batabt aarva ta Slstlagaiah blah 
watar fram low waiar. Wbsra blaaba oecar 
In tha tafci" 'X' ids rissaaf laiU eeatiaa. 
uuaiy 4urii ( saaaappvo tNai pectede 

witliaat tarolns 

Tba kelaki Is la feet aa4 teatba ef a feet, 
maasered trem the sveraae level e( lever 
low water 

Kaaalmalt — Tn Sad Itia tiaptli ef arttep aa 
tha aill af «ha <lrr<tack •( aay lima. a44 tl I 
fail t« tba balgbl af high w»iar a« ak«v« 
give*. 



Wltb tba aalttns uf ths da Waat 
NOns aaalr tbta laMitb fram Boattla 

n new passenger service wag bt- 

uusru'iited between the North Paelflo 

Coa.'^t .iiol I ho Ar<( niine it was an- 
nounced \ »•»' er il.i> h\ -Mr A. P. 
• h«pi1i,4li !r i;>;cr«l agent of I ^>a 

Chicago, Milwaukee A 9L Pa^i AliU' 
rtmd. 

The McCormick .Sir unship Com 
l<-in\ ii.i <4C<jtiired the fleet of the 
i.cf ^Tgrntini- inr c-nmiiriplng 
.n! .Mi 11,1 1 nf I :! iMlf> I. .lis d i.'»plti<-ement. 
of llie t'lref i ■- ,'i > i \ p. ef con- 

.struutlon. and inlands operuMng ihem 
on a monthly nervlcc direct t.. I*ijeno» 
Airaa. via the Strait at Magellan 
and ratnrn via Bast eanst nl Boatb 
Amarloa and tba PaAtwiiA Cnanl. ttila 
la tba firat ragular apnriaa In aoaay 
yaara. alfordlag ppaaaagprg aa appnr- 
tunlty to aee tba blstorie 'Btralt of 
Magellan, which is noted for n.^ 
ncenic beauty and irrandetjr These 
.Mtejiinera will al--' i <■ i e in thai 
freight businaaa bvbidca caierlag to^ 
tba pasgangar trada • 

It was alao. insinsoii tbat Ohe 
Navigaxione Llbora Ib l ag tl na wtn In. 
crease Ifb sailings from thla < r ^r 

Mediterranean port- Tw" • s» a 

month will be, i / MiiTienrmg 

Mcptember 14, for .Marseille.v 'rUM^ie. 

Leghorn. Genoa and Naples. 

Tba matorahip Calllna la loading at 
gaund parta aad la anpaotad to laava 
today an bar voyage homo wltb a 
good passenger list, including Cnagt 
oanp osHsiBiAB s Aiir cwmtpst «^-^ 

tlnlana. ratuming to Italy. 

Shipbuilding Still 

In Depre»4ed iitale\ 

MarobiMt vaaaala ubdar ganatpuc 

tlon In the shipyards ef all maritime 
iiailona In tha aaeond n arter of ifSO 
lotjled 1,070,037 tona a der^na ef 
IS III) I) tons from the -Mox quarter, 
xnd 400 000 tona fr.rm 'lo «»»cond 
fl ii>i rt er ■ • f ' i ■ . ■ -t n r t ■> 

Lloyd's RegUter of Hhlpplng. The 
heavlaat daoreaaa was In Oannany. 
wbara work was undar way on only 
14 Mil taaa as againgt Ill.lTl tona 
In tha prmvlana gnartar. Tha stand- 
ing af tba priaaipal nntlona for tha 
Inst^spp fBUtana was ss followa 

Oraaa tan building' 

Jan* It, Mar . U I 

111! lilt 

Oraat nrltal* egg treiasd 141.111 l4t.4T^ 

Italy 3IT.I44 IM.IM 

Pranr. .111.111 lli.m 

Oarmnnr 14««M tIt.lTI 

MulUr. I 14* :41> ltl.440 

t;nUr<l Hiataa 13.1.111 IIT.Tir 

Deamark 4>>iti it.iU 

Japan 00.110 4»,«|g 

Only Italy. Holland and tba iTnltod 
.ststsa ftpo building larger amounts of 
merchant tonnage than ihe\ .\ . rr ». 
year ago. At that time Am<-riciin 
ahlpyards had only II.ooo gro.-*- i .nai 
In hand. Italian builders 213^00 tona^ 
and Dutch lOO.OOl tana. 

Matorsbip tanasga, n Banp uM ag tm 
abaut fartf>nm par pgai af the, 
total wprtd agpatfuntioa. alga showed 
a slight daeranae, as shown in iho' 
fallgfprkig UMa: 

Metarahip <na balldlng 
Jyne It. J(ar.. 11. 
111! till ' 

Oraal nntala 111.144 lll.lii. 

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SILVER MARKETS 

NSW YORK. Aug I Bar sUvgr. 
l31'Sc.^ Manlcsn dellniPb 4T«-dc 

IxftmON. Aug. 3.— aa» Mlvag 
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DftubU Dfmmim§ 

wiNNiPKO. Aug. 3.— A dauMa 
(p-ownlnff wmm repartnd fTam Pine 
V^illn, lAaa. JTwa patRba Iaat tbalr 
iivaa wban tbalr gnaan npggt aa tba 

Wlnnipag Rivar Their names were 
rlvan as Taylor Cherry. Winnipeg, 
eighteen. an<1 hla oomiMinlon. natifrd 
iwwntraa. aga and plac« of reaidenca 



KilMi in MoUr Crunh 




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TORONTO. Aug. 3r-Tumlng bM 

A M ta w a bl la dharpUr ta avoid a pglM- 
slna wRh anotMr anr. La#lo 
^artr-«tm. tbna lantantlr billed 
xis baad wHH pfMBt a tt 

pol4l 

Things hava cams u a pratiy atala 
• "ea a Bontb AgMrienn hag ta fp ta 
b^uropa ta aaa a m^lnllaia 



The "Milwaukee" 

EAST! 

Bwif' iMXTieifttn ♦r?iini to the Eajit r;n the Chirngo, ^ 
Milwaukee b- S» Ps il nflfcr you g Rlnf ouftly diverii- 
fic'1 tr:p in ■!e!nJ"f,i; romfprt. The tou'e to St. Fsul* 

IAmnsapolit and Chicago ii crowded with novelty 
ll4 intgfgPC-^the higheot p«ako. tha grnaUat nvera. 



)th. clean travel OPBftllBBMg M 'fl 

#rf/f#<Y rai l road 3'.'<'>t '.ens. rindfr1e«a. aiMl p^| |wi|||i||^ 

vibra'.i"ni No itruike rv r "\\ fumet. 

Ob ii)io Yellowitone via the new GaUatin CjAtgwgy. 
At Tlirps Fork*. Ifont.. YsttowilMB OMtor eaBehss 

tBkp you f' r the Park tour dirrrtly from the rn»-n ! ">r 
of thg Miiwgukae And return you to ths trAin wh«B 



fFif rf\rr\ at\r,r\%. I'u tftt and ful' 1 
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CHE DAfl Y C OLONIST. VICTORIA. B.C. TUESDAY, AUGUST 10, 1926 




SOI scours ENJOY 

UFEINCANP 



Farbniille 




rAI{K.s\ Aujf 3 Hy kind- 

r -> of Mrfi. r It Tryon, who lo«ntfd 
the campmte. thn Boar ■ootttf* 4lM**ct 
<«nnp wu h«ld at MHMrHt* fren 
July 10 (o AuttiKf «; 

The camp «hiff waa l>iatrlrt Com- 
miMionrr \V. (;ulpln BrlM, of th« 
rarkavlll« troop. UlaUrlct Commla- 
•lon«r A. Biachiaccr waa In charge of 
th« Duncan Bcouta, and Scoottr 
Xalsht 1*4 th« BrrMftMi tro«p. 
■couu from Chcmalnito w«r« accom- 
Pailitd br Mr. v. O. Prltchard, a»- 
MCtetion Mcnrtary. 

The camp adjolnni ,i i.ik piaylnir 
rtel'l. .»n) |.|. iiK amonff 

lr*>e« not far from the li»-.«< h 

Krlendly rivalry between Iho troopii 
for th(r< honor of dtaplaylnv the be«t 
camp flas kept the camp trt a hlvh 
^ eute ftf clea w l ln aw, prdar and «f- 
Aeteney. 

Seeot emblema. aundial and rmn 
dealcned with ■helln on Ma ml 
added ti. till- ilfi or.it I VP ajipejir.iii' 
Of the (.111,11 and numeroua sadgeta 
were iMii., ,-..,1 to 'a44 to Itfl com- 
fort and cjriler. , 

The moat Intereatlny exhibit' waa a 
model camp oonetruoted on an old 
tree atump by tbe Ehinean troop. 

HM Cboauilaua Bcouta maintained 
their camp at a hli^h level of neat- 
aM ••clenry ihrnuKhout the 
wo«k. and ao had the honor of dla- 
ptayine tha b«M odtnp fiWk erory 

day 

BathlnR. Riirrifs .irni 5|i<.rt8 were In- 
dulsed In to the full. Duncan beat 
the. rest of the fcamp In (he final baee- 
httU match by it to C. ••eond J. 
Loytend and Urout R. Cawdell, of 
Duncan, won the Quoltn douhle.*. 
Patrol leader M Chattfrfi. of cht- 
malniiB. won thr nlnsle knoi lylnB 
rompetlllon, iind i'alrol I,f;i()er .f. 
Stroulcer, and Hecondx H ILikfr antl 
J.* I.>eyiand. of Duncan, emerged vlo- 
torloua In the team event. 

Durlhg the week tripo were made 
by odr to Qualieafls tfeaeh and Parka- 
vtlla^' wharo pMntea and balMn* ware 
ffreatty enjoyed. 

'>n Riinday the UrnniH .itiTidrd a 
parade aervlre «t S' Annr s i>'rf.nrh 
Craek. The ramp rhaplaln. Rev A. 



hUger, D.f . i^reMt heU on •'l^laj - 
iitK the Qanif." 

Uo Alftm *. the Mh^variMy 9t 
tha tiMMaak.al the Oraat War. waa 

duly commemorated, and honor waa 
paid to the memory of the fallen 

T ! I >• . 1 1 M r 1 . 1 1 t\i (• » rt ~ I ; ' > \ !■ r \ <■ \ p 

ni.iii\ i:,i[i|i<. MiHjt-< v\<-re ffuttuA away 

A 1 1 h • iiK ii iid hti iry , 

I iMiii. Mitneitxefi the depkartura of 
ihc Dupcan and Chefhalaoa Jaaata. 
Tha BrHadctoir baya are auytog far 
aaather week. 

' The' dla^rlct' camp wHI long be re-, 
membered for Its habpy. aaaociatlone" 

and real comradeehlp 

Degree Team of 

Aerie Leaven for 
Meeting at Seattle 



NA.VAIlfO. Alt 



Til 



le.Trti nf fhe lo^ il A.ri. l-r.i i »-r ii i I 

!!• whfff (hey Mill I, ike pari in lti«- 
<;r;in<l Aerlo rltuallatlc competition 
The Urand Aerie. will conyeaa ia fleai 
tie ea Aaguac aad' wUl raaiain in 
aaai|on until Auguat II. 

• The qfllcara repreeWi U ng Nanalmo 
Aerie at thp convention ^r•: Worthy 
PreeldetJt W. McMillan. Worthy Vlce- 

I'fsllleiil .) OvingtOa, W.rMiv I'rt^l 

rrf.-.|.l.>nl I. Williams, \\..iih\ ( hap- 
lain I! Ut.rK. Worothy < .in.liictor B. 
Thomas, W.M.O. O. Sfaifghier. Direct 
ing Officer J. H. kaXlaaali; Plaalat <; 
Piiplott. 

. It .la azpaoted there will be fifty 
teama la eompafltlon, and local arltlw 
say the home tearn, which la the only 

BO. team lo compete, will make a 
mark and rrinln the honor of N.inal- 
mo In fom petition. 

It la eatlmated there will be 100,000 

Baglaa aiaathbied for thla avaat. 

Mr, Warren to 

Speak at Shawnigan 



SMAUNir.AN l,AKK, A«r. -- 
Hhflwnljrnn l-tke Women's laatltute 
will hold a. apeclal meeting on Friday 
nt >:Sp o'clock In the ereaing at the 
hall. Mr. Ckwa Warren, eaoretary 
of tha VIetoria Chamber of Com- 
merce, will give an addrenn on ihe 
rear>urrerf of Vancouver Island Mem 
hero of the Cobble Mill W omen s In 
Htltiitr and the Mal.ih;)! Rourd of 
Trirlr hnvi' rrreiv/-i| a inrdial Invita- 
tion to be preeenl, and members of 
tho ireneral public will bo walcohia. 




hds/G you tried 




Mr. ^eill SpeaU 
At Oenman and 

Hornby i9iands 

1 Ml i\ HA ^ A ui; '• M r A W 
.Nf-ill l.iti- nifniber for ihr rlistrnt 
IM.'^ni'd iiiTiiug)! tiere 8a(urda>. .iii'l 

proceeded ip Oenaan aad thence tu 
Maraby lalaad. Ha adjlrNaad an en 
th wiaa t le ai aa Hi^ at Hornby hi the 
aftaraaaa. at which Mr. P. Acton wa» 
chairman, poallng with queatlona of 
the day. Mr Nelll alao touched on the 

flshlns inilu^<liN, lli>' <KK Ki 'llMK r ■ 
iHtlonf .ind Mtht r nialtera of local In 

A vot,- ..( ooaAdaaaa aad tap- 

I>orl wan pasacd. 

Mr. Nelll returned to Frlppa Land 
Inc. frojm wheooe by rowbctat he 
( rc^aeed to Oaaaian Inland, aad then 
prooooded hy road aoreaa tha laUnd. 
and dellWrad a apoech In the Old 
Ifall at 8 p.m.. at which the chair wa.i 
taken by Mr. Wm. Uaikle .Mr .Nelll 
lined bin (loaltion at Ottawa, .ind 
^iil h.' h.id alway.'t conacleni iouf I \ 
' ii.li-.is ,1 ...1 I,, repre.^eni wh.i! l,. . .m 
''■li'd tu be bia conat it uenta' wiabea. 
■ti i\>' lime aacriflcinc principle to po- 
JUJcai expediency. Mr. ,Nelll alae dealt 
with his oppoaaat's chacyaa as to the 
oporatloB of tha Old Age Pension Act. 
aad the claima made aa to lu efTecta 
on next of kin. Cotw i i iinj; a vote of 
thanka apd. Oonnuence was carried, 

• nd Mr. Nain rttaraad ta tJia.pArt by 

K< II 11 ' h 

Birthday f^arty Is 

Held at Clayoquat 

TOKIN.., Aug. «, -(By Mall)-- 
Major and Mrs. Qeorge Nicholson en- 
tertained at the CUyaquot Motel on 
Saturday evening, tha oeca«ion being 
In aalabratlon of tha birthday of their 
a|daat daughter, nretel. The dinInK - 
room was transformed Into a ball- 
room for the ocfiialon. whuh wa.i 
prettily decorated with dahllua. gladi- 
oli and other Netiflonable flowers, the 
creme-de-u-rrc ni« of thstr reapac 

varleiien. from Ihe Rardaa oC Capt j' 
W. Thorn pHon, of Toflno. 

Mualc was furnished by piano, Bdi- 
aej had radio, which, in conjunction 
wnh the danrlnir, added in-*atly to 
the pleasant featiireH of an exceed- 
ingly enjoyable «f)c|a I function. 

.Mrsdamen I'.Trker, I*wley and Da- 
vid chaperoned the merry throng, 
which waa strongly representative of 
all the yonngCT- aat m Clayoaaet 
Souad. 

Tha followinrg gaeats are spending 
their Summer vacation at the Ohvo- 
quot Hotel: Mrs. K. A. Coombs, Mi».f< 
R .Macdermald. Mr. J.' Rider. Mr. 
and Mm It .1. koo, o( Vancouver, 
and Mr,, and Mlaa D. B.« MePlMa^ of 
Leonard island. 



for Mayonnsdse ? 

famous SALAD d/w/ COOKING OIL 



^NADA 



STAPCH CO LIMITtD- MONTREAL 




Low-PrcMiire Treads 
Latex'treateilWeliCoriit 

Sprayed Rubber 
are ezcliuive features of 




Dominion 

Royal Cord Balloons 



Car PuMhea Driver 

Thram§h Store Window 

r OURTBNAT, Aug. t.— On Batur- 
«**y«rt«rnoon whoa cranking the de 
llvary car of a local soft drinks workn. 
the driver, a youth named llijtchinB. 
suddenly realised that t>if car was In 
rear <'linirinc- to the honr) nf the car 
he w«« . arfir.l a, tohh the eldewalk 
an. I iitrr.Tiiv puahed barkwarda right 
throujh the plate glaas window of the 
f'oortenay Cash Store, operated by 
Mr. Hopkins. Hutchlns was riMhed 
to the doctor, where it waa found little 
or no damage had been done to the 
driver. The sAme. however, cannrt 

^^ .aM r,f the p|„te f|aag wladOW, for 

k WHf d m<il I « h r,| 

Many Attend* d 

Funeral of Veteran 

NANA! Mo. Auk 0 -Amldat a large 
concourse of frienda. including repre- 
sentative* of various returned aoldlem 
organisatlona. ladlea' auslUarlaa and 
fraternal aoclatl^ tha ramalna of the 
late Mr. C. M. Adamaen. who died re 
ceaUy at iamda IsUnd, were laid at 
reat Saturday aftamoaa. The funeral 
took place from' the D .l .lenkina, 
Ltd.. chapel. Rev R Ryall condtjrtinc 
service. The fmiowinic friends of the 

deceaaeri ,i.tr,i i^ tionorary palthbar- 

em Meser.« W m McKlnaoy, J. Jonee 
l> .Simpaon. W. Marsh, J. McMlllsn 
and W. John. The aeUeo pallhaarere 
wara: Comradaa Marah. Barclay. 
Cameron. Uater. Patteraon and Bell 

During the service Mr* Rrankaton 
aang "I Need Thee Kvery Hour." while 
Ihe aesemblagw joined in singing 
Lead. Kindly l.lirht " # 

Kollowinic the <hurch servloea, the 
ritusi of the Kaitlea I^odgo was Con- 
ducted by Prealdent L. WllllaaMi as 
slsted by Chaplain B. Work. 

Many baaatitul flatM trfhataa eov- 
erad the eaaket. 




greater cMUng cMiiiMC 

wear without 

added cost 

Dominion Tires are. GOOD Tiros 

^ 



L nion Bdg PoroomUo 

UNION BAT. Au» r. -Amon* 
thoae registered at the Nelson Hotel 
durlnit Ihe »cek end vkere Mr. W 
Nelll. Albernl, Mr K N. Jonea and 
wife. Ksqulmali. .Mr md Mra. James 
Caihcsrt, Mr. aad Mra. ThoSNM Pitt 
Duncan. 

LuxLon J'trsonale 

lArXTON. Aug. » There will be 
a special meeting of the i.utton .m.) 
Happv \ .illey Women n Inr.tltule on 
Tue»Nlay. August in. in, the I.,uxton 
Hall, at t p m . to oomplata the 
Women's laatltuto plans for the Fkll 
t'alr. on Baptambar 1. 

Mr. aad Mra GrMIn and child, of 
Bad Daar, Alta.. are visttnra io«Mr 
and Mrs. Oliver. Quallt> n.inrh 

The hall committee held a mo».< 
eu'-^wxafiil lance on Friday «vvetiing 
lasi TTier»» were a number of vini- 
tor., from Victoria. Sooka. Colwood 
aad Meiohoala, who danoad INI the 
aarly hmim. 

^eriouM buiiday t raca* 

SA«KAT')<>V Aua 1 Vrilllam 
r;eorir* .Man. ion. 4ired eixty. Water- 
Weld farmer. \n tincnnectnua In hoe- 
pllal. and hU hired man. C. Bishop, 
la beina held hy Provincial poliCO as 
the reoult of a frecaa batwaaa tha two 
men on Ihe tormer'a farm Baaday 
Blahop told police hla amplayar at 
taahed him wMlle ihey ware workinc 
In the Belli aad that he at ruck Man- 
den with a hoe In aelf defence. 



■ ^ A .r PI . 1.1 h.i« romplotely 

gon - 

^urpriMd. She's been 
• ct*in« o.e , plM^ ^( ,j ^^^^ 

{ tor about two yaara" 



9AVn> SPENCER, LIMITED 

Slpre Hour»~9 A.U. lo b F.U. Wednesday to 1 I'.U. 

L . . . ^ ^ . _ . _ ■ a 



Values Today at $5 and $8 




Interesting 



English Broad- 
cloth 

Oyer-Blottses 

Special, $,2.9i 



Excellent Quality English 
Broadcloth ( )vcr - Blouses, 

vni;irtl\' f.iilorc'l with ''Miq 
.sleeves, link I iiti ^ and 
V-shape necks «.>r cDnvcriiblc 
collars. Showa in sand t>r 
white. Sizes 34 to 44. Spe- 
cial, eacM ...... 92.98 

lat rieor 



Wamea'i iUI- 
Waal 

PoUrOvets 



A Vary iowt Mnr aqrto M 

$6.95 

All W ool I'ull-Overs, with 
lonjf sleeves antf turn-down 
collar that ties in front, de- 
sijsMied in pretty heather mix- 
tures of combination shade.«i. 
I-'inislird w itli tun pockets in 
front, timart f<jr golf or gen- 
eral sports wear. Sires 36 to 
40. Each ; $6.95 

, — awaatss* 1st riser 



Two Groups of Women's 

DRESSES 

Reduced lot Todey'i Selling for 

$5e00 and $Se90 

Stylish Dresses, made of ^ne materials and in new -styles, with 

flared and pleated skirt*. Ir.nijr or slKirt slecve,«. Printed Voiles 
in attractive .shades and floral patterns, spun silks. Some 
Itave white collars and cuffs, finished with moire rib4>on ties. 

Dresses of Strii)ed (Vepe with white trrciind. neat fittinfif, and 
.suitable for larger figures. Sixes range from 16 to 44. On 

Dres.ses of Crepe, Silk, Rayon and Printed Silks, stvli.sh, and 
suitable for afternoon wear; all neat styles, includinjij a few 
two-piece cflFects, or straight styles witn tie-back belts, hn- 
tahecL with lace collars and cuffs. Some bright shades of 
printed materials, with lonp sleeves, turn hack collars and 
flared .skirts. All popular colors, A good raiijje of sizes, (^n 
sale for „m ^8.90 

,^ — Maatls Dept., 1st rieor 

G>tton Wask Fabrics 



A Love^r Mew 

Bon-Ton Corse lette 

With Silk Swami Top 
at $7^ 

A perfect fitting two-in-one garment, with 
silk swami top and lonjj skirt of fancy 
pink cotton, with silk elastic in.sets at hips, 
lightly boned acrofg abdomen «nd down 
back; finished with silk tape shoulder 
straps and four hose supporters. Priced 

1st rieer 




Waoica't tad Cha4tta*$ Hosiery 



Ungerie Crepes, .10 inches wide, 
shown in a wide range of color- 
ings and dalaty dAsHpis^ On s^le. 
a yard ' 20<» 

Finer Quality Lingerie Creprs m 
Gci5lia fan deiigo, alio in shadow 
cffcct of maayc. rose, orange, blue 
ifnd white; regular 50c a yard. 

On sale for 

Fancy Broadcloth in sroart stripe* 
for sports wear; a splendid wash- 
ing fabric. On sale, yard, 

Fist Color Jap Crepe, makes 
most effcriive house dress 
child's frock; JO inches wide, 
yard .... 



Remarkably Low PiHced 

36-Inch Beachcloth with hem- 
stitched check or stripe, shown 
in rnaavt, white, fawn, aaricot 
and orange; a very durable rshrtc 

of smart appearance; regular 85c 

A yard. On sale for .._ 

Fiaa QwUHy Fancy Voiles in all 
the newest colorings i loreiy de- 

fignt. On sale, a'jrard .. OO4 

Kordercd N'oilr-; in handsome de- 
signs, make .* most inexpensive 
and attra> tivr dress for afternoon 

wear. Un sale, a yard T*^ 

36-Inch Real English Drett 
Crepes in stripes, checks aad 
plaids: regular 75c • yard. Oa 
. s4lc for 

**# —Wash raSries, Mala Fleer 



a 

or 



Women's Pure Silk Hose, serrice 
weight; excellent qualttjr; in all 
popalsr shades; regular $2.00 a 
pair. On sale for 

Woman's Fine Silk Chiffon. Hose, 
lovely and clear, with four-lticll 
lisle top; in shades of moonlight,- 
atmnspnere. Preach node, gun- 
metal, champagne and blaak. On 
sale, a pair — » 

Women's Service Weight Silk 
Hose, very neatly fashioned; 
shown in hoggar. pongee, Cirraa- 

siaii. Rrain, l-'renrh inidr siKer, 
black and rose taupe. Trice, ner 
pair *. 91. BO 

Chiidren.'s Silk Lisle Socks, tha 
season's fsvorrte shades, with col- 
ored lops in (DHtrasL Pair. .30^ 
Biistpr Br()wn'<i ."Nisfrr's .Stock- 
ings, fine l-and-l rih; shadei, are 
camel, brown, black and white: 
sices b'/j to 7. A pair 
Siiea • ,10 10; a pair ■„.,., .^Tj^ 



Bftt Value* Today 



Women's Phre Sllli Hose, with 

pointed lirrls: \rrv neat fitting 
and smart in appearance. On sale. 

a pair - 

Wamea's Silk Hdac fo^ craryday 

use; pood sfronu wearinjr quality, 
of smart appearance; fashioned 
with saans at back of leg and 
clastic tops. On sale, pair, O04 

Children's Silk Sorks. with ribbed 
cuff tops, pink, buttercup, aky, 
sand, peaeh. breva, reseda, cadet, 

mauvr and white; sixes 4}i to 9 

at, prr pair 

I^oys' Golf Hose, knit from all- 
wool yarns; fancy rolled tops, 
solired heels and toes: Rrrv. 
black, navy and browa. Si/es 6'] 

to 7, at, a pair .... 

Sicci iyi to lOH. a pair OS^ 



MEN'S SOCKS 



Early Fall Weights— Best Values 

Men's All-Wool Socks in light 
colored grounds with narrow eon* 

frastinsr stripes; medium weight; 
all sizes. Special value, per 
pair — ■...»..^^«^^ 

Fancy All-Wool Socks, made in 
England, very good quality, pat 



Men's .\rt .'^ilk and Wool Socks, 
neatly nhbrd knit; in plain 
shades of sand, light aad medium 
grsy; all liBes. tpedal. pair, M# 



terned in smart checks aad 
stripes. Sites 10 to 1 1 ' prr 
pair „ 



Men's Fancy Socks, silk and wool 
.^r all-wool: light and medium 
weights: in stripes and fancy 
checks; large assortment to 
choose from; all sizes. Spertal 
valve, a pair 91.25 

—Man's rvmlahlasa. Mats rieev 



Home-Furnishing 



Upiiolste^iig 

Tapestry 

Reduced in Prices for 
August Sale 

Tapestry, .^0 inches wide, shown 
in altrartivr designs, prireil 
regular %1.95 a* yard. Un sale 
foe ..........ft.*© 

Tapestry. .^0 inches wide, a very, 
servireable fabric in le- 
siRns, reoriilsr pricS %~ I 
On sale for f 1.5»5 

Superior Grade Tapestry. .SO 
inches wide, in ver\ |>lrj>iiM|{ de- 
signs; regular price S3,95 yard- 
On sale lor 

Tapestry, .^0 inches wide, of 
tine grade and ni the latest de- 
signs; rcfvlar $5.50 a yard. On 
sale for ,.. . 94.T8 



Many Styles And All Beat 
Values 

Baby Carriages in black with 

rane effect. drri> body nnd drop 
back; titled with wind ^rrrm, 
wooden wheels with rubhei me* 
A good value for _ . . #33.75 

Ivory Wicker Keveriiblc Baby 
Carnage with large ho<^ ..and 
well padded body; wti^dcnjrheels 
and heavy mbbar tircl', l§l#*#0 

Special Grey Wicked j(eversible- 
Body Baby Carriage, grey cord, 
all padded body; 32 iaches long: 
adjustable back _ $S4.«0 

Grey SpUt Wicker Carriage with 
padded seat and adjustable hood 

and bark supports; easy Mdmg 
Eaecllcnt value, each tao.OO 

SMI 




A Few Odd Bedroom 

DRESSERS 

Priet4 far AugMt CloanuKc 

Ivory or W«lnut-Fini<ihed Drofser.*, 
34 inchea wide, with three long 
drawers and oblong 5hape mirror. 
On aale iof .9t8i.M 

f )ne onlv. T')re5«ier in fumed oat fm 
ish. ^vlth larjje mirrr»r. Regular 
price $38.00. On sale for fSl.SO 

One Walnnt Draaaer. very attrarti% e 
in desijfn. with two lonj; an»l two 
l^all drawers. Rejnilar price $60.00. 
On ."(ale for .. 962.90 

One only. Grey Enamel Dresaer, with 44-tnch ease .}r^p 
flrawers and large tliapcd mirror. Kcfl^nlar price $r 

!^ale f'.r ^ .. ^tiO.OO 

Separate Toilet MtrrOTl, ^ inches wide, with 12 x 15 inch, 
shaped mirror, French Wafnitt irame and sinifte drawer. On 
sale, each . 91 1 ,00 

■r*. »i>e rimm 




Axmj 



August Sale Bargains Today 
A fine aelection of Axminster Rugs, includrng some splendid 
miality British makea, marhed ior Aofuat Sole at ffeatly re- 
duced prices 

One Hritish .Seamless Axminster Rug, 6 ft, x 9 ft. size, with 
two-tone grey centre and floral border in roso^ad blti*" rn]nr 
inK« This rup is of very fine quality, has heavy w^ 

Special August .Sale Price lJH;>.tK> 

British Seamless Axminster Rufs, 6 i; \ > ft. .si/.e; superior 
nuality. in plain rose or mulberry centre. R^lar $47.50 
\ allies. (>n sale, cieh 986.00 
T\^^> Briti«.h Seamless .\xmm.ster Kugs. 9 ft. x 9 ft, sire; one a 
plain rose centre, the other a black centre with roae lattice- 
work de.sipn Regular Of) each ( )n sale for 911.00 

Seamless \xmin«te, Kiic-. in a fine range of dea^s. 

0 ft X 0 ft. size, on .sale for ■ m^^.OO 

9 ft X 10 ft. 6 in. size, one aale for ..i80.76 

9 ft. X 12 ft. MM, on sale for 946.00 

~Cara«i a . Saa 

Gateleg Waiaut iabkft 

^ Two Special Values 



Solid Walnat Gateleg O^^ p 



stantial Ug* and fold* into •mall spare 
Solid Walnat datele 
ia 



I ^Me. 48 inches in diameter 



oioXi 

hd Walnat (^telca Table.. J6 tackfa ia dhswster. with Iom dfttisar 
one end; neat and eoavcaleal site ..^ ^MOS!oO