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VIctorU and Vicinity Kir.-,h t<> ;,(i,,'ig 
northerly and e«#terly wUijIa. umeLOttl axul 
colder, with rain or aJwt. 

Vancouver and nltj |in(t«t| toJbwh 
north and east winds; - 
With «iait or anov. 



CO 

AdvvrtlaliiK 




Oardcn 8M1 




..E inplri- 4111 



TEST ACT IN COURT 

rio Delay Applications [^ending Decision on SuoGMlioo Act 




Judge 
Deckfe 

'•ii5 



HARROWING 

Cnw ci Hibhw li i rin Drift m atotwr fltit lor m» »am^^. I0 



ANNOUNCE RANKINGS 



Rebellion in Spain Is Quickly Quelled 



1 ciinis 

SUndmgs Give h rank ^Shield* and Mus Helen Jacobs l oj) Pla* r^ 



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Germany Willing to Discuss 
Disarmament Agam at 
Four-Power Meeting 

FRENCH LEADERS NOT 
IN AOCORO WITH PUN 



ROMS, Dec. 18 TAP).— Gt rinajiy s 
Wlllliiirnp.sfl to att< ncl a four-power 
mcclliiK to .slrai«iUrii out the dts- 
armanirnt inipa.sAr, it was reported 
toniglil lu well-inforincd circles, wa.s 
made known to Under-Secretary 
Fulvlo Suvlch during one ol his 
recent ro^^j^rences In Berlin. 

This agreement will be coupled, 
however, with the firm Ingistence 
that GtennaAy wtU ooattnu* to press 
demandi for snna mmtUtj which 

to Vkanos. 



PrwnlMi' ItMHtlnl wlU dlsbuss 
poflaibOlty of callhic a four-power 
parley wltl|81r John Slnion, Brltbh 
Foreign BSoretary. who will spend 
Mls Christmas hohdayi. in Italy and 
talk over world Lssues with Italian 



Washington S tor ms!f IBEiliS if 
Cause Much Damage^ M\M Ifl 
On Land and at Sea 




Shipping Crippled and Deck- 
loads Lost ID Gale— Rivers 
Overflow 



B iJSiSlftiT^ ^J^^*^ diipatching troops to the troubled section.. Premier M.rtino. 

Spain, wceeedjd in quellmg a rebellion .tirred up by anarcUsti. after about one 

tmt nghfing The a b ofH ^' * 

yevioua out 



<r the 



REARMAMKNT 
iWUllS. Dec. 18 <AP>.— French 
military leaders decided today to 
oppoee riatly any reanaaBMiit in 
Oermanir, and develop plan* for 
keeptnt nweh army raaki AUed 
durtac the yoan heglnmng In im. 
when tiM low Mrtk wmm^m «ar 
yean wUl maka UMlf Ml. 

As members of the Superior War 
Council, the chieftains met In a 
secret session, studied Chancellor 
Hitler's dernand.s for arni.s equallf", 
and prepared to pa■^s their :i(1verse 
recommendations on to the Govern- 
ment. 

Oeaeral Maxime Weygand. chief 
of the general staff of the French 
army, and former Premier Sdouard 
Daladlar. mw kClniater of Whr, at- 
tendad th$ tmtlm. 

After lIlBlatafa of War, If avy and 
Air have dtaeueeed the military flnd- 
inta, the Oovemment plana to send 

GeallaMd en Pafe S. Cetaa 7 



WILL LLAO NEW 
BLOC IN HOUSE 



GROWERS TO 
AMALOMIE 

First Move of Four Island 
Associations tn Form One 
Body Made 



The first move toward amalgama- 
tion of the four Kland frultgrowem' 
aaaociatlons was made at Royal Oak 
laat night, when directors of the 
OoRlon Head, Vancouver Uand Oo- 
CH^erative, Saanich and Keating fruit 
exchange orfanlaatlona 



Brithh House to 
Rise Thursday ftHT 
Christmas JUetM 

LONDON, Dee. It (OF).— 
Parliament rises Thursday 
for a shorter reces.s than 
usual, with reassembly before 
the end of January. Premier 
Rani.say MacE>onald will spend 
his holidays at Loealemouth, 
Scotland , while Rt. 



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ftanlay Baldwin. Lord Pfipl- 
dMil of tta OeunaU aad Mvy 
Seal, win ■» to Aittagr MOk In 
Woroeetwahtre. 



agreed to wind up the exlatlnc 
OUtloos and form one body, 

It was aKreed to bring before 
members of each association on Jan- 
uary 4 an extraordinary resolution 
ealllnK on them to pn.^s Uio direc- 
! Ts' iiKreement, I! .i i ; ii .t -quarter 
majority of members i.s secured, the 
move \m:: be ca.'-rlrd .)!iL and the 
i)>'w m !{ un7;iMon formed l^pok^die 

WILL RJKODCE rORTff 
Thla action, which ha-s been the 
aim of many frultgrower.s for the 
last few years, will Rreatly aid the 
r» r» u 1. /-> ri >■ r> producers m elimlnafin? overhead 

KeV. nObert LOnnell May Be and overlapping An InvesiigaUng 

committee, to delve into minor 
points In forming the new body, 
v^as formed with the following ap- 
pointed, W. W. Duncan, Captain E. 
Llveaay, B. Harding and W. H. Carr. 

It was potBlad out that thla move 
will not affeot prloaa on the whole- 
sale market. 



K.eaimg rruit • Fl • 

^j^^^t uiger King 
Serves Baby 
As Bra4:elel 



Leader of Opposition 
in Legislature 



fourth mem- 
bar-oiaot (or Vletorla In the Bight- 
aaath Legislature, will be the offl 
elal leader of the Co-operative 
Commonwealth Federation's bloo of 
seven in the Hou.<ie. and probably 
Leader of the Opposition, it was an- 
nounced yesterday froni Vancouver. 

Mr. Confeil. returning on the 
afternoon boat from the Mainland, 
after a ooBlimooa bald bjr the pro- 
▼inotol «n«atlva of the party with 
Its memberHeleet and other sup- 
porters, confirmed the report. 
Unanimous decision to select him as 
leader of the CCF i;ioup in the 
Hon.se followed brief (liscu.ssion 

Mr. Connell stated that in ;i a 
weeks' time the CCJ". hh i: !« r, 
elect would meet to draw up their 
plana for the cooalnt aession. sup- 
portlaf the leader of the paity wlU 
be R. B. Bwallaa (Delto). H. 
Wlnoii n r— ■B B i n Baat), J. Price 
(Vanoottvar laat), B. E. Winch 
(Bumaby), M. Bakewell (Macken- 
zie), and H. o. B. AndarMQ (North 
Vancouver). 

oraOM or OPPOMTION 
Oooaervattve, Labor a«| Inde- 
pendenU in the House will Include 
R. H. Pooley. K C. i E.squlmalt) ; 
Thomas Uphill (Fernlei, Herbert 
Anscomb ( Victoria R. W. Bruhn 
• Salmon Arm». Cllve Planta (Peace 
Riven, the last three named stand- 
inR for election on independent 
ticket.^ How the aUegiance of this 
bloc of five members will be cast 
is likely to depend on Individual 
befora the House, while the 
alee win eerve as an inde- 
pandaot laavon In the LeRLvlature 

As Leader of the opposition. Rev 
Robert Connell would be entitled 
to the nllowanre .set a.side for that 
ofTlcr in the oiilv rero^nlzed ofTl- 
rial pcxst on the left of Mr. Speaker 
OfTlcially the Opposition wltt BOk be 
constituted until the Houea meets. 
It Is assumed maajMrtUle. howwver, 
«»• COJP. wBh the lariest 
aloe la tmmmm wlB have that 



Toronto Bank U 
Robbed of $ljm 



TORONTO, Dec. 1« (CP).— Three 
armed man YuiA up the Spadina- 
Harbord branch of the Royal Bank 
of Canada here, today, and escaped 

with about $1,300, which thev forced 



PiNfifcAy. Ont, Dec. la <ap. ^ 
A baby girl, .so tiny that la l;;:;ti the 
doctor thought her deatT lies con- 
tentedly in a little basket be.side a 
coal .stove in hci parcnt.s' home here. 

Her niotl': s ■.vrriiiing ring slips 
easily over her hand to farm a 
Iracelet 

The girl was bom Saturday night 
to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Carmen. 
Premature by four months and 
weighing onlv twenty ounces, she 
gave no apparent .signs of life, the 
father .said, and tlie doctor wrapped 
her in a new.spaper and placed her 
on the kitchen table. 

It was two hooni later that Car- 
men, hearing a noise in the kltch- 
an, Inveatlgated. and found the baby 
crying. 



O'DUff y NOW 
BEHIIBARS 

Leader of UnHed Ireland 
Party Arreeted— Applies 
for Habeas Corpus 



DUBIN. D«>. 18 (AP).— Permis- 
sion to apply to the High Court for 
a writ of habeas corpus In connec- 
tion witii the arrest of General 
O'DufTy. biue-shirted leader of the 
United Ireland PartjT, was granted 
J** ^JCf «< *»» organlMitlon 

tonigbt ^ JUattea JoiuiaoD. Hear- 
ing on the apBllatilMi Ma aai 
Wednesday. ' w— 

Pulue and soldiers. megBVklk 
i>atrolled the vicinity of Wtetport 
Barrack.s. »tu rc Oeneral ODuffy 
was hfld foUowlng bla arrest on 
9un<iay» 



MANY HOMELESS IN^ 
GRAYS HARBOR AREA 



BBATTLB, Dec. 18 (AP). — Com- 
pleting temiwrary rei)airs to her 
.steering gear, and e.scorted by the 
coastguard cutter Chelan, the dis- 
abled freighter Los Mar was making 
lieadway, tonight, toward the mouth 
of ti)e Columbia, off the Otegon 
coa.s!, but anotlMT ymmA was 
aground la the Seattle harbor. 

The AdBBtoal Oole. Pacific steam- 
^^PJtoaaeagar boat and freighter, 
outbound for California port.s. went 
ashore on mud fiats .if ti,,. ..pt,,,,,^^ 
to the we.st wateruay. she was m 
no danger, and will be refloa'rd at' 
the next high tide at 6 aan. to-l 



Four Western UnivergUies Will 
Shar^ tiOOMO Grant 



V 



ANCOUVER. Dec 1R rCP).-Grant of $200,000 hy 
the Carnegie Corporation of New York has baan 
made to tha Uniwaraitiat of BrMth Columbia. Al- 
berta. Saskatchewan an-l Manitoba, to divided equally and 
used for such purposes as the individual univariitaaa daaira 
it was aimouncad hara tonight. 

Dr. L. s. Klinck, presidant of tfaa Ualvanlty al Britith 
Columbia, made the innonnc— Mat at ■ aiaatiiiff af tha 
board of g^oramora. 

A meeting of the four praaidanU of the univeraitiet 

attected will be held in Vancouver vritUn tfia 
it waa stated, to discuss the grant. 



Bill Proposes Conifiiilsory 
Surrender of All Private 
Weapons ; 

OlSiNHERITAtlCE TO 
BE MADE IMPOSSIBLE 



Truce in Chaco 



TAKFS HEAVY TOLL 
Driving rain and gale.s on land 
and sea continued to take a wide 
toll over the Pacific Northwest in a 
.severe two-day Winter storm, with 
river.s still running high or over 
ilieir banks, and with ahlpplng ham- 
pered and numaraua elides reported 
TD» Loa Mar was making nine 

toot*, aeeompaaled by \he cheian 
»e ooaatguard reported iiere, and 
ma attempt to get inside the mouth 
of the Columbia tonight. If the 
temporary .steering gear holds 
Steady. A deck load of lumber was 
lost overboard during the day. 
GROUNDS IN GALE 
Tlie eoastguard reported that the 
c^Jf* f«l Wing will attempt to 
pull off the steamer Charles L. 
Wheeler Jr., aground on Des De- 
mons sands at the mouth of the 
B. Ootaaoi t 



Warfare May Be 
Agreed on Today 



WOMAW BVBNBD TO BBAm 



CHESTERVII.LE. Ont . Dec. 18 
(CP). — Clarabclle Bark lav, .seventy- 
five, was burned to diath at her 
farm home near here on Saturday. 
A . .Ciathenng the dead leaves from her 

A. D. McLelland, the teller, to hand 1 house plant.s, mSs fliJuS w« 
over to hem They e.scaped In an emptying these from her aSSo Into 
autotnobiie which, police said, car- the stove when the Mmaau^t 
led Quebec licence plataa. *fln. mign( 



naa secret ivn about 
plans regarding the leader, who was 
tUcen to police barracks after a 
series of elxshes between his follow- 
ers and : - 

CUAAGB8 UNKNOWN 
An oOMal a tot aaia ii t was lacking 
but It waa beUeved ODufTv nu^i.t 

be brought to Arbour Hill Barnu ks 
here. JTie general attempted to 
address a gathering at Westport, 
Mayo, and though he wore a banned 
blue shirt, the .symbol of the move- 
ment opposing President De Valera, 
the charges against him. If 
were not announced. 

'^'hree armed and masked men 
meanwhile, heU up the guard of 
the Dublin-Kerry train, today. 
Rathbone, and seized and destroved 
copies of De Valera's paper. The 
Irish Press. They escaped in an 
automobile. 



Tornado in 
Louisiana 
KiUs F(mr 



Boliyia AccepU Paraj^ua^s IVoposal to 
Amerkan Conference for THi'lv« -r)av Suspen 
>laD of Hostilities as Preliminary Step 
Toward Armistice at New Year 



MONTEVIDEO. D«:. 18 (AP)^BoIW. accepted a pro- 
P*?»*l a ^ruce in the Gran Cha> r) h.u.ler warfare 
mth Paraguay, it was authoritatively learned tonieht 
Paraguay propoaed the armiatica at tha Pan-American Con- 
rerem:e, in order to allow for an nrJiitration of claims of the 
rwo twtiona, which have been in dispute over tha Chaco Boraal 
for fifty yeata. " *w»w«i 



•ny. 



SHHEVEPORT. I^., Dec. 18 CAP). 
- A fitful tornado which roared out 
of the southwest to break tha Bun- 
day quiet of a Caddo paritti lumber 
camp and a plantation took four 
iivBo, mjorad nhieteen and caused 
heavy property loss. 

The blast, so terrific H stripped 
the clothing from indlvldual.s, killed 
a white woman and two negroes at 
the Grayson lutntier camp, eighteen 
miles west of here, and a noaio at 

Soda Fountain * ■ 

to the north. 



House Agrees to 
Commission Rale 
In Newfoundland 



Ace Bailey^ 
Takes Turn 
For Better 



= riUKC£|jLUlED 
f OR INFLATION 



ELECrmCM 

Of riRE 

Heat From Blaze Short Cir- 
cuits Gong, Awakening 
Couple From Sleep 



Details will be arranged at a 
meeting of representatives of the 

two c-.iii;' ; ;r.s 'nit:.'ri-r)W ,\ 

bcguuuiig at nndnigtit totm>»fow 
and lasting imfil nudniglu Dccrm 
ber 31 is expected to be agi«ed 
upon. 

J^. ^^J'^^ ^ *»0P«d. the 
baUigerenta will be able to agree 
upon the mdaaa whereby the truce 
inajr be prolonged into an armLs- 



LONDON. Dec. 18 (CPi IVo in- 
tere.sting bills were given second 
reading In the Hoii.se of Commona 
tonight without di-sciussion. The 
first bill would prevent huabandl 
from disinheriting wlvaa or vtae* 
versa. It provldaa that If the aur> 
vlvlng wife or ehlld of the deceased 
iawlUioBt adequate peovlslon for 
proper malatenanoe, education or 
advancement In life, the court, may 
provide for such out of the dc- 
cea.sed s estate. 

The second bill was one piovldini 
for surrender of all firearms or Iml* 
taUon flraanoB held by arlvala par- 
3«» "Tmr Tni iniaaiaaliiii lf 
moh flreanaa an offence unless au- 
*1 ' by a flrearma certlflcate. 
The espraaaioo -fhwarm- todudes 
air guna. The Government la ex- 
to facUitate both bills. 
DrB-BTUFFS BILL 
By a vote of »4B to 72. the House 
gave second reading to the Oyc- 
StufTs Bill with the object of pla'-- 
Ing on a permanent basis the pri>- 
hibltlon of imports to the United 
Kingdom of dye-.stuffs and imme- 
diate products thereitf. Inuorta 
would be BHWMgit lMaavtr« ander 
licence. 

Dr. «. L. BurHn. of Bedford, 

Luton, in moving .second reading of 
the bill, indicated the i)o.s,sibllity of 
the .surplus pi . Kliict ion of Kuropean 
chf-nucal woiks (xMinc unloaded In 
R'""!" i.i ' ! -cs to lnifx>rt .should 
be granted only when it was ShOWB 
C^reat Britain was unaUi 
duee Wha t was required. 

HWUa'W ARB PALLING 
He .stated 91 \m r cfnt of the .^ii- 
thetlc dye-.stufT.s u.sed in the United 
Kingdom were now produced m 
oreat Britain while foreign Imports 
t nice j), ad fallen from 41M0^ p^mita 

in 191.1 to ^mm paaada m m. 
nio average priee of dye^atuffs m 
Graat Orltaln had been reduced u> 
coa ahllPBg and sixpence per pound 

In ItN eonpared with foa 

and fourpence in 1920 



an- 



W 



Bill(H%«n 
D«'l)ah' 

By Several Gruuptt 



Mi ll Krjujmir l>y Commons After Long 
I- I ii-t lirailiii^j; in thr Houne of 

Ts Presented 



LONDON. Dec. 18 (CP).— The Newfoundland BiU. which 
was debated aeventeen hours at a stretch laat week, ran 
into more opposition in the House of Commons this'cve- 
ning bafora it waa finally given third reading, by a Govern- 
or' ^i} '^^ to fifty-two 
The bill shortly aftarwardt 

Houaa of Lords. 



no.STON. Dec. 19 (CP).— After 
erncrKcncy measures had been re- 
sorted to early this morning to 
bring relief to "Aee" BaUey. the 
condition of the injured Toronto 
hadrey player was reported at J:15 
a.m. ns "fair " 

The bulletin from Boston City 
Haspital at that hour aaMi 

' "S*^ "Usha taaiNwrsnent 
«inc« the hnabar puncture to re- 
fO^^^ipmmuM OB the brain " 

Previously his eondltlon wa.s de- 
scribed as "poorr aad attendants 
MM they feared the rilm wingman 
ocwld not last mach koger. 



Uniett ExfMMM Cut and 
Budget Baianoed, Finance 
' MInitlerWam 



PARIS, Dec. 18 (AP..-A warning 
that Prance U "sliding toward in- 
flatlfv unless Government ex- 
penditures are decreased and a 
budget balancing bill voted, was 
made today by Finance Minister 
Georges Bonnet before the ftHWh 
Senate. 

And while tha minister was ad- 
droeataf tha aenators, civu servants 

ww> were protesting against a re- 
duction in their salaries clashed 
with police, nutside tta 
Luxembourg Palace. 
A half dozen leaders and the chief''" hLs room 



waa givan fust rtadiag ia the 



of the functionaries' union were 
Jailed A decrease In the Oovem- 
ment workers' silarlr.s was recently 
approved bv Pnrliamont A plank 
in similar ministerial flecal pro- 
grammes caused dafSat Of three 
pravloua Cabinets. 

OOt© RUN STOPPED 
M nonnei .said the flow of gold 
from the Hank of Pra ice. which In 
recent nionitr, hn-. taken millions 

., - — — iiwiiiOf francs out of the countrv has 

Fall, the proposed new landing neld been ' " • has 
at Port Smith. N W.T 



Luck Workers 

Delays Project 

*»iOWTOir, Dec. 18 (CP) — Be- 

wottera could be found 
tnare to carry out the project this 



VANCOUVER, Dec. Ig (OP).^In 
oeasant ringing of a front door ball, 
which had been tfiort-eheulted by 
haat from flames raging in the 
baaement. aaved the lives of two 
persons in a Weat Bod home aaily 
Sunday. 

The hoase. a small apartment 
[owned by Dr. WllUam R. Bpenoer. 
on Barclay Street, was oonalderaUy 
damaged by flames. Miss L. Rlg- 
glna and Harry Baldwin, who were 
carried unconsdoua ttom tlMlr 
rooms, are recovering. 

Late .Saturday night Dr. Spencer 
noticed a .slight smoke in the base- 
ment, but everything appeared to 
be in order. At 5 o'clock Sunday 
morning he was awakened by the 
eontlnuooa rlnglas of the fvoBl 4kMir 
ban. 

BLAZE TS SAWDUST ^ 

He found that the house was 
filled with smoke from a fire blaz- 
ing in the sawdust blp. The flames I 
had eaten their way through the! 
floor and threatened to deatrogr the 
entire bouse. 

Wremen fMn halls NO. 3 and No. 
6 anawerad the alarm and soon had 
the flames under control. They 
discovered Miss Hlgglas in her room 
overcome bv .smoke, and later found 
that Mr Baldwin was unconscious 
The two were carried 



DtSPOSKD TO I.ISTKN 
Previously President .Salamanca, 
of Bolivia, had advised Prealdaat 
Gabriel Terra, of Uruguay, OOBfer* 
ence chairman, that Bolivia was 
"disposed to listen" to peace pro- 
poMla. anda daftalte announcement 
of the tmos ma aoaaldared immi- 




nent. 

hostilities cease between midnight 
Tuesday and midnlght.on December 
30. This PresMant Tmu hnmedi- 
ately cabled to Balamanca. preailng 
for an launedlate aeeeptance. 

TO DfSIST ON GUARANTEES 
If the armistice la arranged. Presi- 
dent Ayala, of Paraguay, said he 
Intended to insist on the broadest 
guarantees against a renewal of hos- 
UUties at any thae In the fnture. 

Falae armiatioe reports set Monte- 
^ yfOf th la afternoon when news 
Of Pnoidaat Ajrals's proposal caused 
MWapraan to blow the alrenj; of 

their plaBia In the belief at last 
wag aboafc to be eapeeted. 



TO BEJOIiOUT 

Aid. J. D. Hunter Will Seeic 
to Reduce Cost of Social 
Services to City 



to safety and 



Ived. 



mum mm 

SHOOTS VICIIM 



TOILS TO OIVE 
lilOHT TO WITE 

Green Bay Worker Sav 
Earnings for Operation 
Which Is Successful 



Sn hs Rvliii n 

Of Wright's 
First Plane 



NOT IN FAVOR OF 
L£AO[][ REFOiiM 



ItritUh Prrmirr 

Proposal to Appolnt Comnlttce 

ta 



on 



WASmNOTON, Dec. It fAP).- LONDON, Dec 18 fCP) No .^r 

"Hie S mi t h son i an In.stitutlon. today. -I do not favor Uie appi,;i;i mput of 
moved to elose a long-standing i a committee to draw up draft pro- 
brea:h with Orvllle Wright. In anlpcvwls for reform of the League of 
rffort to bring bacic to the United Nation.s ' was the lephr Prime 

fiUtes. from England, ttH ■ " — 

Wright airplane. 



M acnnnald fava In 



As a peace move, authoritative 
Kourcea aald. tha Silthaonlan ImCI- 
tuuon waa Mtaad to assure 
WMght that his plane would be 
fiven the most prominent spot m 
the NatlonnI Mn.-^eunrs .nl 



Oodft*y 



later Ramsa y 
the House of 
queried by 

Locker-I^wi^on. Con.servatlvr 

The niember had .sugge.sted ap- 
pointment of R committee to con- 
i^lder draft proposals for submission 
, >i> s-v - at Geneva, with a view to prevent 

tlon-a locauon Imaaodlataly in ing further w pfTrroi 

f ^"t of liBMM mstm ai m League, and 

'of aU IfeS m^mm^m 



f 



tbs 00 



The Rf>eaker caused some surprise 
*hen ho ruled out of order remarks 
by Rt Hon J H. Thomas, Secretary 
for noininions. or anyone elae con- 
' cniing sugg i M a a a thai nawfiiuad- 
land should Bavs ra pi aaa ii h u ion in 
the British IMIaaMnt during the 
It Is to be deprived of .self- 
■ being under a com mis - 
awa aMSBMed by t.he Brill.sh fKiv- 
emment for the purivy-c of restorinii 
Newfoundln- (! : , i , 

POUTIC8 RULED OUT 
Ifr. TtaMS was about to refer 
to such auggaatlona wt r,, ) 
"^^Wed. and the Speaker iikew>.sr 
dy Sny references in debate 
to reiatiens between Canada and 
Newfoundland K. w,is explained on 
third reading tli.-t thr Lower House 
ly dl.scu.ss only mat tens .specifically 
contained in the legl.slation befOW it. 

I hp ^< . retary for the 
a.s.sure<l the House nO 
or party allegiance, 
appointment of the 
and rvpt eaaii l fhe 



. will not b*" 
made until next Spring, A L Cum- 
mlng, rvpartment of Interior, Ot- 
tawa, said today 

At present, airplanes are forced 
to land on the ice. three miles be- 
low Fort Smith, in Winter, and dog 
teams Uke pasaengefs Into the 
settlement at graat laeaimBlence 
to airmen aad pasMwsrs aUke. he 



.stopped almost completely 
Wall Street and all 
are fooled. Bonnet asaortad. when 

^^J^ ^7 9^ off the 

gold standard. 

"^e ara agalaat tatftotlon and 

llnn hr In tend to reduce expenses. 

ha aaaerted, in pleading for passage 

of a budget-balancing bill, which 

the Senate began to dl.scu.s,s 

"If confidence retum.s. the Treas- 

meet all obligations" 



Frank W»t%h Wounded 
Hlien BcslsUng 




ia Hand 
hi 



GREEN BAY. WLs , Dec 18 'AP) 
-Tom Naylor Is a mill-worker, and 
mill-workers, as the man in the 
street might say. are not over- 
burdened with money, even when 
times are at their very beat. 
But Tom had faith aad devotion 



Big Increase Shown in 
Canadian Export Trade 



the Ulad wife he married 
yean ago has a priceless ChrUtmas 
present— her sight; and. above all, 
the opportunity of seeing her hus- 
band and their two chUdren. Mil- 
dred, four, and Laveme. who Is al- 
most three, for the first time. 

For twenty years Mrs. Mabri Nay- 
lor, twenty-aiflit, waa sigMlaas. 
But Tom toOad aad aaved fmm 



It 



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(CP).— The 
to 



OTTAWA 
total Canadian 
British Empire 

was mjmMS. TVS waa an in- 
crease of 4g.T Bar aom over No- 
vraiber. lltl; fSm the toUl was 
9nM*;svt. Ttm nport 
Ohlted Kingdom alone 
t3S.S74,838 last month, compared an 



>f obf viriu an order to hold up his 
handii. the garage proprtator q^rang 
for the mmtm aai triad to arise 
the gun. 

Hon. Dr. a. J Tho bsosa aas tea quick for 
actinr Minister of Trade y^hh. howavar. aad aa the latter 

and Oorameroe. today in issuing the Bs B'wl twice. The first 

atatement. i bullet went through Walsh's hand. 



VANCOUVER. Dec. 18 <rpi — a 
bullet wound through ttie hand and 
another In the upper arm van- 
quished Frank Walsh, of W.ilMi Mo 
tors. East Hastings Street, Bumaby 
In a struggle with a bandit who 
raided hla ga«agw about a:fl| otlook, 
tMa morning. 

With Wakh out of the light, the «ho blind woman becamei'**^ 

baadK eahaly went to the eaah reg- ^ Mds. looking forward to the day 
later and cstraeted IM la earii and ^ '^'^ medi-ai '^lenre ^hotiid 
$1S5 in cheques. be called upon for help. Then, as 

Walsh was alone in t)ie garage N^y'or said, TtBi BMSa I 

when the gunman entered. Instead ^ dortx>r 

Dr M B Fuller, of Green 
recently cut away from her right eye 
a tumorous growth that had " 
the optic nerve, 
of her eyea 

. gSMabietory " were the 
Ihs aMflhal man used after 



In an effort to radnse the east 
of aaelal aarvloea to the city. Alder- 
man J. D. Hunter will introduce a 
motion at the next meeting of the 
City Council designed to bring aliout 
repatilation of Asiiiths. who have 
l)een romniitted to insane asylums. 

At present there are nine or ten 
Chinese on ttie mental hospital 
costs iLst submitted each month to 
the rlty, and the coat of «»i»TW tim of 
Fjwondale to the city amoonta to 
$30,000 annually. Dr, Hunter said. 

Tllere are two Chinew> who have 
been in the in.stltutlon since 189ft 
and 1807 respectively, and theae two 
men have rout laMOt to — ^fc'tfft ht 
in this insututlon. 

BBOIIft NO aarBNUB 
In proposing repatriation of the 
Asiatics In FXsondale. Dr. Hun',er 
pointed out that wliile the city is 
Icompelled to i«v half the cost ot 
jmalntfTiance, Victoria received 
oaves portion of the head tax on 
when th^-y entered the 

As the Hat of nanUl cases in. 
creases so doaa the cost to the city, 
aad the aldennan feels that the 
(Mnaae should be sent home for 
their own government to look after. 
Following Is the motion that will 
be Kubmlfted by Alderman Hunter: 
"Thm the city .solicitor and Cl^ 
Coiuic:! ]yf infitrurted to Inveat' 
and re[)ort to the City Council 
the whole question of the SMg^ 

what alepa might be taken by the 
coancU to aaearo for Victoria reUef 



no 



«a praaant obligation, for the 



Pi«Tinent of the charge* made by 
the Provlnelal Government for the 
care and maintenance of anv Asi- 
atics who iiiiiv bf Inmates of the 
Provincial Mental Hospital at IB- 
sondaie and charMd log hy Ite 

Oovornment aS mSgtS^^T^ 



GIVE A JOB 



"At the same time there a-as also 
an Increase in the exports to for- 
to tiie cign countries The total was $36.- 
reai hPd m],2i4. compared «;t!i $33,)00Jli 
Increase of tSJgUBl ar 14 per 



for November of i crnf 



This 



,«lth $1!>.232.7T1 

iiem * . '^^ *" increase of I agreements 
w^m-,80 per cent. |agahiat 

i mn a tr aUaa ■ eountrtea. but 
^ ipaa. t fi i s llite d li»" Dr 



have 



mnigated 

with foreign 
rather sthnu- 



snd the second pa-r-e^j between one 
arm and side of his body. 



ecu WAVE AT JimBAir 

JUNBAU, Alaska. Dec. 
A ooM wave that struck 




WARRENTON M . j3 AP) 

ptaln Wilton M m; .,ry and 

It 'APi.— UeutcTUint Grahaxn : im both 

-.^ Juneau, of Kansat City wr,r killed nine 
Friday, continued in Intf v.i until I miles gnmlh of High 
fodsy the mercury stood at g de-; night, when their 
grees be|^ tero— the OSMHI atoceicraahed into a 



Hill 



tte year If 




'ion in the giving ,>f 
Ha— Yuletlde a season of 
HApptoeaa for aMay men and 
wamaa who would otherwise be in 
sppeal of the Employ- 
meaa amiea of Canada, through 
iia aiea-a-Jov campaign Already 
many odd jobs have been secured 
for those willing and anxioua to 
earn a few dollars extra at the 
Christmas season. 8UII more leba 
•re required. Anyone who aan es»- 
tribute work for an hour, far a Bart 
of a day, or a few dspi aaali 
matanally help those who reaUy 
thla employment by telephon- 
ing Oarden Mil for men. or Bm- 
mi tor veawL lbs 



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NEWSPAPERMAN 



€hirtt» 0. Smith Oorre- 

• PaiMi Away SiNldtnly 

^. WAiiUIMUTON. Dec. 18 (CP>.— 
•OM «f «IM bMlkMm «r OMMdlM 

ii(wip;ip«Tiiirn, rhiiilcs O Smith. 
Wuanuictou correepotident for the 
SouUmm MMptpcn In OMMds. 

* died suddenly here today tdUomtnt 

•spv*»ral montllw of Indifferent health. 

He v.,i!. flift \ - tmii Vi-iu,v ii{ UK'" 
. and Iwul bffii Hoiitham .s WafthliiK 
ton riirr <■.■ loi five year-. 

)iLs diapituhts iippt-ttiinK Ui 
*eouthani {'aiiaditin c hain, Thf j trainman, at 11 lat lime owner <>I T he 
Ottawa Cltiaen. Hamilton Spectator, j Vaaogiim' World. Mr. Smith came 
ymoMwm OtUf Pror in ee. Bdmea- WMt and Imcmm editor of The 



ton JouriMil. winnlpiff TrUKmi aaa 

lOalrary Herald. 

' Mr Smiili .started his iiewspa|M*r 
career wiUi IJie U>ndoa Advertlaer 
and wajt at one time ILs parllfi- 
rnrntary rorreAjKindent In the Press 
Cial!cr> Ht Ottawa, and later became 
city editor of the paper. He 
rhiinttd OVW to the adverUili^ die 
Of anripftper vwk and vm with 
TiM ftomq^f Artf — It, of LoMta, 
<MmI% %iittr-wtki§ l»VPtaalpiff to 
■Modate hlraMlf vtth IMrffle W. 
Roeale. now managing editor of Ttae 
London Advertlijer He later mored 
to Port Arthur, Dntarlo. where he 
piirchH*ed, wUlj Mr. Roside. The 
P*>rl Arthur F,'\eiilnK f'hiciilrle and 
later merjred it with The l*ort 
Arlhiii Daily Nrvvs, undei tlM BMDe 
of The Newa-Chronlcle. 

wvmcmjuttD fapbi 

After a khoit time at the Head 
of the I.*ke«, the partnership tn"- 
tween Mr Hmith and Mr H()h.si ■ 
wr.s sevend and The New.s- 
Chioiii Ir piinha.sfd bv J R 

Smith, Wiiini[)eK and Fort Wlllliiin 



Red Cross Helps "Santa" 




• DENTISTRY 



I hrif (irintjs Voii flie New 
.\Iii^ 1' liiinnied, 'lissue- 
Bcariug Plate With a 
Proper Balandat Bite. 



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OJL MANTIL RADIO 
With Police Can Band 

$49.50 



Jameson's Electrical 

Ltd. 



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I roptlmw 

star* 




GOING TO 

CALIiX>RNIA 

TKAVEL thU <Hnt«r by th* 

picrurvMiiM Redwood High- 
WAV, between Grant* Pass and 
San FranclBco, via Furrka — ■ 

direct route almost entirely 
frre from .now and fleet all 

Vfinrrr tuMu. 1 hr highway 
rr jchr ■ if « .« r ti i> i lima « In the 
REDWOOD t.MPlRt OF 

HUMBOLDT COUNTY 

Serul for iUtatrattd booJilMi 

HaaUMt Cmmty Bmt J tlTnit 
BaralM, Callforaia 

rouTBTJuiaific 




Saskatoon tttr and i ub oa au e n tly 
became ehUf odltorial writer of 
The Calptfy Kerald, eno ot the 
.soiitham newspapers. It was In 

1928 that he want to Wsshtacton. 

Whilf in Wa-shiiiRton Mr. Smith 
had a variid career, and counted 
fiiuonK hi.H il(»e,st frlend.s members 
of the ITiilted StaU's Oovernment, 
and wa.v mt irnaldv Kuuvmi to fx)th 
President llunvei and I'lcsldent 
looeevelt. In 1930 he wius asked 
by Premier R. B. Bennett to Journey 
to Ott«W» to •ttend the imperial 
Ecoooode Oanferenoe as assistant 
In pubUdtsr matten^ snd his work 
In that caiMCity was oo w il dw d ct 
great value. FoUowliif Ibo eoBfor- 
ence, he returned to WMhtafton 
and, due to the hOOtlo dsyt that 
followed, hi.s health was greatly 
Impaired through constant atten- 
dance at pre-election conventions, 
and the events that followed closely 
on the election of PitstdtMit 
Roosevelt. 

On aoeount of his falling health, 
Mr. SMltH WM ORlored by his phy- 
■lelMti to tako • oomplete rest, and 
he took a taoatlon Torage In Nor- 
wegian waters to recuperate, mi 
death was not expecte<!^ although 
it was known to his Intimate friends 
that the heavy strain of work had 
brought him very dose to a nervous 
breakdown. On his return from hl.s 
holiday he appeared to be In better 
health, and as recently as last 
Saturday night he was in confer- 
ence with Hon. W. D. Herrldge, 
Canadian Minister at Waihtaitton, 
on current affairs. 

IS PUBUC LIPS 
Although his new.spaper work In 
the East and West occupied the 
greater part of hl.'s time, he found 
opportunities to engage in com- 
munity afTalrs. While at Port 
Arthur he was aethroly comMcted 
with the Board of Trade, and was 
the Liberal candidate for the Ped- 
eral election In ItlT, but withdrew 
in order to senire the election of 
the late FYank H Keefer, K.C., a* 
the ITnionl.st candidate for the 
Thunder Bay constituency In 
Saskatoon he was a.s.soclatcd with 
the Board of Trade, and at Calgary 
he was president of the board and 
an ofllcer In the Calgary Rotary 
Club. 

Mr. Smith waa aaarried twanty- 
six years ago to MlM B. Ohadwlck. 
of Montreal, who survlvei him. 
They have one son, Brith. now a 

young newspaperman In Washing- 
ton. Mr. Smith's father died two 

years ago His mother is living In 
I>ondon TTiere are two slster.s and 
five brothers, Mrs W. A Rowland.s. 
Winnipeg; Mrs. W. T Douglas, 
Teeswater, Ont : H L. Smith, To- 
ronto, and J. B., E. v.. A. K.. and 
c. B.. of London, ont 




HOUS E AGR EES TO 
COMfilSSiON RULE 
' IN NEWFQUMDUNO 



OenUnaed from Pace I 

of developing Newfoundland i re- 
sources. 

OfPBOVINr. ACiKK I I.Tt RE 
L*ter in the debate Malcolm 
MaclXjnald, Undei .Secretary for the 
IKimlnlon.s declared the oommis- 
aloncrs would develop thf OOHnlry'l 
resources as quickly ai poteftle 
One of thoir ttrat dntloi •wM be 
to inquire into tht pcMtdiSii of 
unproTlnv ad rt e uKm a . ho mM. 

Hie bill found an opponont in 
Major Owylkn Lloyd Oeonge, son 
of the former Liberal chlefUln. who 
said he strongljr objected m Kr. ;n,; 
money where it was not (lomK the 
best servu^" It ha.i been esiiiiiatcd 
the venture win re<4.iire an outU> 
of 



REPUTATIi 




Canada's Ability to Deliver 
Goods Accui tlmg to Sample 
Well Proved 



A RED Cr<)S.>i wnikei holds an aimful of pretty dolls which will 
gladden thr hrarts of (hildtcii in tlu- northern OtttpOOtS of the 
country this Christmas. The Red Ciuss does not fftHftne Ita nort h er n 

work to Jioivtta^a aioo^, i}ut. seeiu to bring happtaoaa to manp homes 

in loneljr placet. 



Victoria Higli School Campus CofflnoDU 



AREAS FLOODED 
BY HEAVY SAIN 



The annual High School Chriat-lthe Beta Delta in 
mas concert will be presented in the .agairwit the Portia, 
school auditorium next Wednesday was presided over 



and Thursday at 8:15 pm. The 
girls' choir, dirosted by Mr. Frank 
Tupman, win supply the entertain- 
ment for the tint part of the pro- 
gramme, when they will sing a group 
of Christmas carols. 

T^e second part of the programme 
is a play, directed by Miss Ella 
Cameron, of the staff, entitled 'Tlie 
Boy on the Meadow" The play 
will represent a great deal of work 
on the part of all connected with it 
The cast is as follows: Grandmother, 
Kathleen Riley; Prau Marta Kraut, 
IsabeUe SulUvan; Boochwi. an or> 
phan, Kvelyno Wright, and Mlna 
and Dort, Frau Kraut's children, 
Barbara Winslow and Warren God- 
son. Varloas committees are as- 
sisting in every detail possible so 
as to do thfir share in the success 
of the play. nie scenery is In 
charge of Mr. H. Dee, Prodcrick 
Leighton. Rai Ferry and Ian Kay; 
properties, Mr. Hickman and 'Mary 
Smythe; costumes, Miaa IC Swan- 
son and Maite BJoniwfelt: bmtoess. 
Miss •A. Baton, Ranr Monan and 
Ormond Marrion. 



stniaa 



their debate 
The meeting 
by PvMldint 



Due to the nood for estra prefects 
about the school, Harry Cahan and 
Frederick Leighton were appointed 
to tlM — 



The .senior ruggers of the school 
turned out in large numljers to the 
flr.st practice, held on Wednesday, 
and although the field was In rather 
muddy condition, the boys showed 
up well. Because of the large num 
her attending. Coach O. Campbell 
selected two teams to plajr against 
each other, and In tUo way the 
capabilltiM of the players were 
easily seen. Coach Campbell made 
the teams clear on practical points 
arLslng from the play by explaining 
mistake.^ and accomplishments 
made by each side. With a good 
trainintr In store for the ruggers 
after Christmas, the hopes of the 
school will be to have the senior 
team retahi the Klwanis Cup, which 
they wrni by tho dofeat of tho Vic 
torla CoOeto llftoon kit yaar. 



The Junicir Rugby players, under 
Mr. K. Cook, are holding still work- 
outs and piotni.se some line players 
for the senior team in yean to 



Try-outs for the annual Beta 
Delta-Portia debate were held by 
the Beta Delta Society at its regu- 
lar tnreting on Thursday. Tlie de- 'come. 

bate was "Resolved. That the Uiilt<-d| * 

States Is Lnrgely to Blame for the, All cla.sses In the school are re- 
present World Crisis. ' The afllrma- spending wonderfully to the appoal 



Thii advertisement Is not pub- 
lished or displayed by the 
Liquor Control Board or by 
the Government of British 
Columbia. 



Special 

Washer and Ironcr Ctinibiiiation. 
Complete outfit installed for only 
$2.50 per week. The greatest 
hargaia in laaadry eiiaipmeat. 

Beatty Washer Store 

Phone O 7Sn~lC0P Douclas St 



WASHINGTON STORMS 
CAUSE MUCH DAMAGE 
ON LAND AND AT SEA 



She 
In 



Continued from Pare 1 

Columbia, at 6 am tomorrow, 
went aground ye.sterday 
a nlnety-mlle p,:\U- 

A third ve.sscl. the irciKhLer Henry 
D. Whiton, limped to the safety of 
the Columbia after loelng a lum- 
ber deckload and having her cargo 
shift at approglmatriy tho same 




Phone 
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I 't ii« CUT* for your 
M'ovii.r problcma. W< 
are rniilppad to 
handio all rlau«( ot 
hnuaahnid lond*. Ws 
CM MV« yoH MIMT. 



Victoria itigigi 



The 
Credit 



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S\tr< i.ili 1 ilic milk lirre 

is hrttrr than in many parts 
(I the world. One expert 
said Pacific is superior to the 
milk produced in his own 
country. The credit is due to 
British Columbia. Our part 
ii tn make sure .the qoaHty is 

.ill i>act<rd in. 

PAanc MILK 

•'1M% B.C. Owned and 



tlve was taken by P. Leighton, G. 
McCall and C. Brown, while the 
negative was upheld by O. Oregory, 
M. Hope. J. Oreen and Lutbor Jan* 
son. O. Oretory and L. Janson 
were selected by Mr. H. GillUand, 
Mr. F. Buck and Mr. L. Kennedy, 
who Mtod as Jttdgoo, to 



made each year to tlM atodonts to 
he lp in ovwy war poMlble the work 
of providing ABlstinas hampers for 
those persons who are greatly in 
need of assistance and a little bit 
of comfort. All gifts, whether big 
or small, will be appreciated by the 
receivers, with endearing gratitude. 



and a Half Inches 



If the past two weeks of rate 
coottnues much kmgor, Victoria win 
not ka fkr diort of lagt year's vae- 
ord praelpltatton. So ftir thU month 
a total of gja inches of rain has 
fallen. This Is 3.17 inches above the 
average for the month. DaoOBbar's 
average Is 4 ,55 Inches. 

Accomi)anyinK the i-.xtcptionally 
heavy rain over the wtek-eru. were 
unusually Jiitch tides. Some t>l the 
lower built wharves and piers along 
the waterfront were almost level 
with the i^ator. This la the aeaeon 
of ow o p tlo n a ll y high tidm, but the 
rise waa aooentuatod by » f aU in the 
barometric pressure on this coast 
p. Napier Denlson, director of the 
Dominion Meteorological Observa 
tory, reported 

In all low lyiiiR areas throughout 
tlie (ity, many basements were 
awash, while la some districts the 
surface drains were unable to eepe 
with the downpour for several 
houn. 



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point wherv trouble overtook the 

Los Mar. 

Ten small fishing craft were 
tossed ashore by the storm and 
wrecked at Port Orford, Ore, and 
boats and log booms were .set adrift 
by the wind in Bellingham Bay. 
OAMAOB IS OOSTLT 
The biLslne.ss districts i,f .Mjcrdeen 
and Hoqulam on Grays Harbor and 
the 2,000 homes which were flooded 
to a greater or less extent yesterday 
were again under water today, with 
the damage mounting above the 
1100,000 OMrk. 

Accompanying another high tide, 
an Inch of rain feU between « a.m 
and 6 pjn. today, and the Decem- 
ber falnfall to date stoo<i at 23 86 
inches. Of the ,'iOO families which 
were rescued with n.shing boats yes- 
terday, about :',n upre \yc\ng cared 
for at the AlxMdeen Aromry to- 
night, and a mimber wOM being 
given care at Hoqulam. 

SCHOOLS iIBB OLOtBO 
No school wa.s held today and 
noiw> will be held tomorrow In either 
of, Uie citle.5. The tide rase again 
today nearly as high as the one 

Shlch brought devasUtion yester- 
ty. although the nlnety-mlle gale 
did not aooonpany It 

With ao many houses flooded, 
authorities feared that the health 
situation might become serlou.s 

Walter Brown, twelve, cut by 
broken glass from a window blown 
In by the wind, may lose an eye. 

In Southwestern Washington, the 
CowUU River was five feet tdgher 
than tt waa Sunday, but was r- 
ported as not high enough yet to rr 
flood the stuToundlhg lowlands. 
RIVER8 ON BAMPAOB 

The Puyallup River was again out 
of its banks, and threatentaig to re- 
peat tatft week's damage to dlstrtots 
near 'Taooma. NDrthwett of Belling- 
ham. the Nooksask River was on a 
rampage, with the streets of Mari- 
etta covered with water Higher 
water was reported In the Hnoqual. 
mle River, a rise of a foot being 
noted Sunday in a forty-minute 
period. 

Six of thirty-five passengers were 
slightly Injured when three of four 
cars of a Great Northern shuttle 
train were derailed by a sUde near 
Snohomish. Additional alldos halted 
a relief train. Hmoo aen wen 
treated in a Port Angeles hosplUl 
after a loggtaig tram was wrecked 
In that dlotriot. The locomotive and 
two oan dropped twenty feet into a 
gravel pit after lrittlB« a 
out eolvert 



These Aeeessoiles Will 
Please Him 




MONTREAL. Dec 18 (CPt Dur- 
ing the years of world depression 
Canada maintained tm lepntallon 

of "delivering the goods iiccordlni; 
to sample." Prune Minister R. B. 
Heimett told the membora ef tbe 
Dominion Commercial Itavelom' 
Association at their amual banquet 
here Salwday night Ifr. Bennett 
•poke bHofly. takbig as Ws subject 
tne development of money as legal 
tender from the days of barter and 
tokens. 

The Prune Minister paid tribute 
to the comnurrial travelers, who. 
he .said, had played an Important 

, Pa't "1 inalnt:iining the spirit Of 

I optimism and confldMWe through a 

Total Precipitation This ■ IhllTl "i •"^'^ wnoortamty. u 

as.. 4U as Tu o ^L.** QU«rtloned the 

Month More Than Six « being taken m 

Canada to eope with the problems 
of the day. he said, it indicated a 
healthy interest in public affairs. 
T5»e address was non-poUtical. 
8TABUI ODBBBNCnr NBBDBD 
Mo one appreciated more keenly 
than eoRunerclal travelers the ne- 
cessity of having a stable medium 
of exchange for trade purposes Mr 
Bennett .said, after outlining' the 
history of money from the hor- 
ning of civilization. The world con- 
ference had been prevented turn 
dealing with this problem, which he 
Mid remained a birrier to complete 
rooovery In world trade conditions 
Mr. Bexmett described the func- 
tions ond need of a central bank in 
a country such as Canada, which 
gravitated between fifth and sixth 
place in the world of trading na 
tlons. but did not enlarge upon this 
phase of the legislative p reg i - aouu e 
being prepared for tM fMlMonlng 
seMion of Paillamettt. .""^""'^^ 

BrSINESS ON P.IPEB 
Fully 95 per cent of the bushiem 
of the country was now being car- 
ried on by the use of p^ier of no 
Intrinsic value beyond the confidence 
of the reqlplent in the buyer s prom- 
ise to pay. the Prime Minister .said. 
As the credit of an individual de 
pended upon his reputation for re- 
deeming his promises, so did the 
credit of a country depend upon 
the manner In Vhldl tt fUlflUed its 
contracts. 

It is a maUer of pride to every 
Canadian and a imtrea of tribute 
tnm the natlona of the world that 
Canada has never become a default- 
er in this respect." Mr. Bennett said. 
ISSUE IS LDOTID 
"The great danger in the use of 
papor money lies hi the temptation 
to go on printing it to meet require- 
ments," the Prime Minister said 
The reason Can,id.i enjoyed the 
reputation it had was because this 
country had placed a statutory 
limit upon the extent to which 
paper money could be i.ssued. 

Heretofore this statute had re- 
quired a 25 per cent coverage of 
gold up to $S0jaO0jM, and dollar 
for dollar In gold hi the Domhilon 
Trtasury for all money issued over 
and above- that amount. The ade- 
<Ittaey of this coverage had been 
endoiaed by the countries of the 
world at the London Conference, 




Christmas 



PRACTICAL- THOUGHTFUL- ECONOMICAL 



JjHfN A FREE 

RECPIOOOKLn 

V«)«t«U«i end Sowpi rep. 



SALVAGE m\m 

ANCIENT CUIil UM 



London Fire 

Fraetlee OoBoral 
fee fifty Ti 



Ad- 
te Wink 



LONDON, Dec 18 (OP) .-^"Bribery 
of the London Salvage Oorpa dates 
back fifty yeara-all tts ofloers have, 

with some exceptions, been hril)ed 

by me or my firm," was the sensa- 
tional statement made today by 
Leopold Harris, former fire assessor, 
as trial of Captain Brynmor Miles,' 
head of tlic Longdon Salvage Coras 
for con.spiraey to permt jiMtlee! 
continued. 

The Salvage Corps is the organ- 
teaUon that generally accompanies 
the flre-flghters, and is especisUy 
charged with the duty of preventing 
a* much damage as possible to com- 
mercial iiroi)erfv. stocks of 
cJiandise and the like. 

"It wa.s simply a case of one aa- 
sessing firm competing fftlnst an- 
other, ' said Harris. Who haa been 
sentenced to fourtoott yeara' Im- 
prisonment for Ma part In the scan- 
dal a nn oOeeied recently. Previously 
he tMdlled he gave Captain Miles 
regular montUy poyoMnla e( 9110 
or more. ' 



when tt wu unanhnously agreed 
that J6 por cent goki ooverace was 
sufficie nt for an papor aoo oy. 

WILL INSIST ON 
EQilA UTY IN DE FENCES 

CeathieidTireai Hge 1 

the reply to Berlin, Another minis- 
terial decision will Involve the wis- 
dom of furtkar — fkono»<9eranra 
talks on d isa rm a me nt when the 
peering c ommi ttee meets to mid- 
January. The oouncU decided 15 000 
■PWJleMsto win be enlisted, and 
troops who engaged in the pacifica- 
tion of Morocco will be returned to 
France 

An ifnportant point In the direc- 
tion, lunbassadurial Ulks so far held 
concern the ftench attitude that if 
^««^ to allowed the army of 
etmtaoo^ man she wishes, that 
nunbor should Inehide Nasi storm 
troopers, regarded here as a militarv 
force, although in Oermany they 
are^conahleied marely party aam- 



Nanairno Woman 
Called by Death 



NANAIMO. Dec. 18.-M*B. OUve 
^f^^^ Hunter, twenty-seven, 
wife of Tbonac Bunter, of 110 Vlc- 

i?^.**V^'. «^ to the Nanaimo 
Hospital thto morning, following a 
brief Illness. The late Mrs llunte.- 
bom In Cumberland, and be- 
sides her husband, she leaves two 
.small daughters. .She Is also sur- 
vived by her mother. Mrs. Lsabella 

oib.son; two sisters, Misses Mary and 
Audrey, and one brother, llMnas 
Qibson. all of Nanaimoi, 

The funeral wUl be hdd Wednes- 
day afternoon, at 3 o'clock, from Hm 
D. J. Janktais, Ud., Chapel. 

"Every efflclently run buslneas 
heart, but It Is a heart fullS 
logic."— Sir Henri Deterdlng. 

"Law mu.st always be the artleu- 
late organ of the desires of living 
men."Wohn D. Hookofenny M. 



Dr. Wood's 



mer. 



( ommodore Ho§e 
To Retire From 

Naval Command 



OTTAWA. Dec. 18 (CPi Com- 
modore Walter Hoce will retire from 
the post of director of navnl service 
and chief of the naval staff of the 
itoyal Canadian Navy, January 1 
next. Announcement of his retire- 
ment was made fhrni the Depart- 
ment of National Defence today He 
«tfre» after lengthy service in the 
Brlttdi and Canadian' Navies. 

FOUR HOUSES BURN 

IN WEST Kn.D0NA1\l 



WINNIPEQ. Dec. 18 (CP).— Fire 
wiped out four West KUdonan 
houses early today and endangered 
Mie lives of fourteen persons. The 
i" 'roved buildings were occupied 
- Mr and Mrs. Miller, Archie 
i<ong, Mr. and un. Oale and the 
F^' d W. Adder family. Loss, al- 
though not yet dellnttely ascer- 
tataied, win not be nw heavy, wii- 
lism Watson, weet fiuonan Hre 

chief estimated. 




Don't Blaine Motber 
For the Childreo's Colds 

T)c«pite all the mother can do tbe youngM. m w.li 
run out of doofs not properlv wrapped up; Imve t.,o 
mudi cfething 00; cet overheated and . . .1 „fT to,, 
auddeoly: get their feet wet; kick off the h.d. lotlicw 

aod do a dooeo other things the mother ( atinul prevent' 

-.^others will find that a few d«w« of Dr. Wood's 
J*«^y V5? ^^''P *" tfiHt \H ne< e«Hnrv fo cbaik 
tbe OOlds before any serious trouble may develop 



8 



-HATT'S 

Gifts at Popular Prices! 

'Handi-Ton^s' 




"Hsndi-tongs" is 
the most useful 
accessory you can 
hsvc around the 
kitchen. We in- 
troduced them in 
Victoria, and 
^. ,. every woman who 

sees them realizes their value. To the first 
.300 customers we arc ing to Sive a 
FREE with every purchase. ^ ^ ^ 



AluniAuiB Specials 

Wetr-Bver" Double Boilers, 
* ' ^' Ktra 

$1 .25 



, 2-qAiart 

size Regular at $1.74. Extra apedal 
Christmas 
value at 



Double Roagtars 

Obkmg shape. Made 
by "Wear-Bver," extr.i 
deep and fitted with 
wire rack. Specia I 
at .......... •....Ji..^<i 



Oval roasters, 
quality. Very 
at 



Nlc 
special 
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Mm. tow tkMi mmrnm 
taiMMaMi aejMMit t. 
nvtt k«r«r« bsv* «• mm 
•e«r«4 M ar* t* b* lammt 
•Mr tfela ChrlatSMM 



■ vprrrlair th»»» 
*—* Srestlnc. 



tbe 



Two Must Die for 
Slaying Monarch 



-Xf you aet your heart and soul 
npon doing a thing you OM de ft" 
— Ougllelmo Marooni. 



HI 



M E A f 1 P I X 



Atafe«irf«M[|Mr^^'^ 
farHeadaslMmevviK'- 

and ♦fheurratic Pain* 



I. RtID CHEMtCAI ro 




THE VAHCOUVER 
OS^CO, 

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iCabul Afghanlatan,Dec.g fAl>) 
—Abdul iChallg. convicted of the 
■Massinatlon of King Badler Shan 
of AfKhanistaii on November 8 was 
sentenced to death Sunday. 
,An aocompUoe named Mahmud 
also reoehred the death sentence, 
wwie two othen tevolved m the 
"laying received aMtOBeoa ef life 
imprisonment 

An Infuriated crowd tried to cap 
ture the prisoners, demanding 
cution of the four. Polioe 
the mob with dUBoHlty. 

Unemployment in 
Irdand Is Less 



BILPAST Noithern Ireland. Dec 
I« rCPi nir number of registered 
" ""I'ipl d in Northern Ireland 
has fHllen by 30 per cent, and there 
are indications of still further im- 
provement, declared the _ 
from the Throne read by the 
of Abcroom. aovemar-ClaaeraL to- 
day ta^oponiarUM new UMer Par- 



Makos W ran ft Kind of 
Noise at Right Time 

GREENWICH. Eng . I>ec 18 'CPi 
—An unlucky motorist was fined 
Simultaneously today for making 
too much noise and not making 
noise enough He was anfifisscd |2.M 
for having a defecUve muffler on 
the exhaust and then paid $1.25 
for having a defeeUve horn. 

F1TNERAL TOOAT 




2 



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Food Choppgrg 

No. 10 choppers. Oomplete 
with four cutters. Regular 
$125 Christmas Cf\^ 
special OUC 

Cake Decorators 
Complete In box, witli .m x 
tips liegutarSOc, OC.«. 
opeclal ^OC 



EXTRA! 

SMEFFIEU 

TABLE KNIVES 

6 ftr 



I Icrc IS a.stonisliiiij; \alii< . 
>ix SheffieM Stai n I c .s .s 
.Steel '{".tMc Knives with 
V. liitc liandles. Extranr- 
'Iinary pre-Christma.s .spc- 
al at 6 for Ont Dollarf 



The- funeral of "Hionias Stock- 
ham, who passed away on Decem-IK 
ber 16, wUl take plaee this after- t 

noon. There win be a short service ! 5 
at 1:48 o'clock In the chapel of the « 
Sands Mortuary, Ltd . after which { 
the cortege will proceed to Christ I » 
Church Cathedral, where at 2|" 
o'clock funeral services will be con- '1 
ducted by Rev T R Lancaator. The 
remains will be laid at nit In 
Royal Oak Burlnl Park 



LAID AT REST 



The funeral of Mrs. Martha 
Akerman. who passed away on De- 
cember 18. was held yesterday aft- 
ernoon, at a ockxk. froB m. Uur» 
Churchy Puiford Baitar. Rev. O 
n. ^^ham niWw Ia l sd. The folkm- 

"* "•55!?L?' »f ted 

"PJ»e(wowr James Akerman, 
"oeert Akerman. Allnn Akerman. 
lAumiee Mouat, f aiun Mouat and 
Malcolm Mouat Interment 
made tn the church rfn\r\iTv 
t 

"Th* .^tatesuian 
his work (he ^. 



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31-Piece Breakfast Stt 

»4.95 

Six 7.{tKh plates, six 5-iiuli 
plates, six cups, .six sauccru, 
six oatmeals, one platter. 
Attrac tive bhis band and floral 
dceentlon in high-grade Eng- 
lUh seml-poroelaln. A real bar- 
gain. 



FREE! 

Dolls 

14-Inch Drcnsed Dolls, 
a gift for that little jpirl. 

Knives 

BiMie handled, two 
l>lade8. Sheffield make, 
hrass lined, A gHt for 

lite hoy. 

Yonr eholee of eHlMr ef the 
above given wHh evwy par- 
.ef 



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Dime Banics 

Registers up to 1640, and 
locks aatcmatioaUy when the 
flisl dime la toiserted. Wm't 
open until g.'i.oo has b> 
posited. Regular 95c. ^ 



Thit Sttra Will Be Closed on Boxing Da/ 



siWlld RO Hi>,„|( 

'•n'itf dfXM He 



With theories, then he makes 



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HATT'S 



B«ctrk t o i ii riu g froiw 

The kind of useful gift thai 
men sppredste. Complete 
with cord and ^4 e 
■witch. Special at ^ i aHd 



1418 



^ HARDWARE 





Tlir: DAILY COLOxNlST. VKTOKMA. Iir TCI.SDAY. DECEMBER 19. 1933 



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• Th* Pretcription Chemists 



A Genuine Prescription Service 




kIMlTKD 



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PMOVC 



Real Estate 



BEDWELL HARBOR, PENDER ISLAND 
— Waterfroutagc ; 4Q atrea with ^07 S 
a good btach: PHce ^Qtmmi 



CLAXFORl) AV K.VUE — 6-roora stucco 
scmi-bunpalow and 1^ acres of orchard; 
K irnp^e and chicken houses. 



$3,500 



COLES, HOWELL & CO., LTD. 

638 View Street' O 1032 

AUTOMOglLB AMD FIRB INSURANCE 

// You lUqmin m Bouse, Fumiihod or {Jnfur' 
nUhed^ (Maud See Our UttlHifB 



COURT mn 

ITS JIIDOMENT 

Mr. Justice Fisher Postpones 
Decision in Maynard 
Block Action 



SPECIAL 



■t Nsi T am» eowKK 

or I I * 

Our * ► ■ ' 1 J I! *. ; ■ a i)d 

Onr I'HII.M'K CHINA TIA ■<> I 
(18 Larra IlMM) 
Whil* Ihrr Uit. 
All far 

Tea Set alon* would •rdlnarllr itll 
•I If* 

ONLY SM KETH TO Om» 
ea DU*lllr ■( tour NrUhlxirhosd 



66c 



PIGCLY WICGLY 



L c. mmm to 

RON FOR COyNCIL 



§trk% Ward Two 8«Mitdll 9mt, 
AMuring Thrcf-Of Bo r od CoB> 
«Ml In Januaty 



admml O. Wamn. M4 filiiMMith 

Moad, assured a threr-comcrcd fight 
for Ward Two. Saanich Council seat, 
In the JMiuarjr 13 munleliMl elM- 
tiona. when he entered the munlc« 
ipal arena yesterday. OouBcUlop 



Dennis Hoare, who U iwifclni re- 
elecUon. and John Watapn ate also 

announced as candidate^. 

OontradlclKiK •tatenwutl madt- 
la.st nlKht, Erne.st A. Willlarm. who 
i was a candidate for the council seat 
last year, emphatically denied he 
would be in the field this year. 
"rhei'(> Ls abMiUitely no triith iB the 
story," he declared. , 

Mr. VlMMi tas *iMsn a raMcnt 
<a Hesnlrti fttr lbs past twsaty years 
and dnrtet the past twelve years 
has been In business in the nuinic- 
ipallty. He is acUvely interested In 
ward matters, havlnn been Instru- 
mental m organizing the Saanich 
Ward Two Non-Pellttaal Ratepay- 
ers' Association. 

nrVBSTIOATING OBOUP 

He is chairman of the investigat- 
ing com milt— of the ward assoda- 
tioQ and has been active In inves- 
tlgatinff relief Blatters In flaanlch 

municipality. Other members of 
this committee are C. H. Under- 
wood. O. B. Ormon* and R. Lan- 
caster. 

No chanRcs in other wards of an 
nounced candidates were made over 
the week-end and no further candi- 
dates for the reeveshlp have been 
reported. Uward Wilkinson and 
John Held, inds pen ds a t eaitfldates. 
have btHh dadarsd tbnnsshee In 
the rutrntnr fbr 



The time ef the anpreme Court, 
yesterday, was takSB up with the 

hearing of arKument In the case of 
James Maytuird v.s tialpm Kstate. 
I»ndoii, Kji^jlnnil It was not until 
allcr t) f»cl<Kk. last ninht. tliat tl>e 
aiKumfnt nt couiimI wa.i coiu'liided, 
and Mr. Justice Klaher aoxwunoed 
he would take time to oomMv Ws 
decision. 

Alfrsd BuU. K.C.. who appeared 
as counsel for the defendant, con- 
tlnuinc his address, commenced on 
Prldajr afternoon, ai^ufd that there 
was a gap b«-twi'cn the property line 
of the M.iviiaid property S&d the 
King Edward western wall. 

The evidence oi F. A. Devereaux 
established the fact, he said, that 
Broad Mrest vaete fis.proper pUes 
ss far as the bkwk was oonoemod 
in wtakh the proptfty In litigation 
lay. UKm^tpfim Btreet. the cor 
ner BOflrahf was two feet on liit 
.street 

A.- fai a.s the pa.slern boundary 
was ( oncerned, it apix-ai ed. he con- 
tuiued that the proi)erty of the 
Ma \ Hard l)ulldln^; encroaciied upon 
the Weiu-'T building. After the con - 
\r\.i ,.: the prop«'rly, Mr Bull 
held that there could be claim for 
reelssloa set up. 

PIAIVTIFfS f'ASK 
C. H C) Halloran. cf>uii^>l for the 
plaint iff, said lliat Uiere had been 
a mutual mistake, no doubt, with 
regard to the boundaries. He fur- 
ther argued there was misrepresen- 
tation amounting to fraud, whkh 
was objected to by Mr. BuU. who 
declared that such a ochfitlon was 
trreooncllahle with the statement of 
mutual mistake on the part of the 
principals. 

The defendants had set out that 
the buildlliK. whlcii wa,s wluit Mr. 
.MH>niird w;i,s purcha-smR. wa.s alto- 
gether on hl.s own land at the start 
It wa.s not until plamllfT's .surveyors 
went on the ;;rcund thai they 
learned that tins was not so. 

Hie barK'ain that was made by 
the plalntifi was for a whole bulkl- 
ing up to the King Edward wall. 
The cost now of punlnf In separate 
walls tor the buUiUnc would repre- 
sent about one-third or one half of 
the present value of the piop»'rty 

There had been a substantial de- 
viation from th3 terms of tlie con- 
tract, and Mr. O'Halloran contended 
that the plalntlfl was, under the 
authorities, within his rights as to 
time in claiming a cancellation of 
the contract. 

DIVIDINO LINE SET 

In his reply, Mr 



FunmnOiM WUl 
Be Held Today 




Scouts Successful in j ^^^-^^^^^ ^0^^^ 

Catherine 10^000 Toys\\ open all day Wednesday 

Ahhoiij^h (Juoia llaN IWn ReMlied, Appeal kaved 



for Mor<- I'laythii 

Meedy btarto Tononow Nlgte 



BSTABUSHED 190! 



Pionrrr 
luria 111 



JOHW wnxisM 



hit 



■nan 

IHAM. and who pafi»rd „. 
homr. HMIt UmU Drive, SMsUh, m Hal 

mw4»g. nwaral Mnt«M vM b» feriS Ifelt 
mlUrutm. mt »m tftfA. •* ■•ywwS'i 
B.C. rm«ral Chssrt. Bav. C an.m KiMkca 
win •frieUlc, M« laUraeiit <.iii br mmit 
tm Um taaBr ptot Im a>ir C«a«tary. 



ii.UntalnfHl that after an uKi'-eiiient 
came to the stage ot execution, no 
reci.s.slon wa.s jx>sslble. 

As long as the waU of the King 
Edward stood, the sap hi the prop- 
erties remained In ppassasiOB of the 
plaintiff. If the waU came down, 
then the plaintiff would have to 
build a new wall on his own 

VAWVifTfl 

m mm 

Commodore F. A. Lindsay, 
of Local Club, Is Vice- 
Chalrman of P.I.Y.A. 



When the Viciona Hny Htouts' 
A^ssociajion ( i.iiipleU-d it.s ta.-.k of 
countniK t.he tov.s thev h.nl en hand. 
la.st night, it wa.s found that the 
objective, 10 000 toys, had been 
rea( hed Huwever, although they 
have enough old toys to kssp the 
erews of Scouts and OUbe Imay on 
renewattnt thsn unui they are dis 
trib tad eo WMnesday and Thurs- 
afnnlatt, new toys win be 
gratefoDy reeelved at the toy hos- 
pital. . 

Some 9.000 toys tune ijt-en com- 
pletely overhaul.d and loolc brand 
new and arc Ijem,.. ^cd i,v a 
lai).:e Munibei ,,t Hi-wi n, the 

local siout headquarters on John- 
son Street, ready for dMrlboHOB. 
It u the IntenOon of the local 

^m^^^ ^ *^ every needy 
chUd fromjnotoria to the Solarium 
and an puts of Saanich, Oalt Bay 
nqulmalt and the city ttio 
at the toy hospital, which 



l4rtt«oe, 
ago 
•mttfy- 



been in charge ol W. O. 
was started Just a few 
and the reoutts have hi 
•nf. 

APPRECIATE TOVS 
li! .1. king for new toys, we hasten 
to as.surf the generous dtlsens of 
VirtdMa. that playthliws oostii^ flf- 
''•■n .ent.s ure appreciated just as 
iiiiKh ;i.s the noat oompiieated 
mechanical top ehtahtaMa,** said 
one official last night. 

TW wishing to give are asked 
^ bnnt in their contnhutiMi!- 
^„^*«*ehop In the Hii)iH-n ii„ne 
BuUdlnf. Government .sii,.t be 
fore tomorrow evening, a.s distribu- 
tion win coMirtiencf at that time 

Persons wishing to assist the 
■'^•ouis in conveying toys to their 
future liomcs and in transporting 
them from the workshop are asked 
to get in touch with Major James 

ha<tmastsr tflfthtoeat the tor hospital 



VANCOUVER, Dec. it 



lCP>.— 

fwfsae 



Intematlonal Yachting Aasodatlon 

will be held here July 1 to July 4, 

Inclu.'^lvc. under the au.spices of the 
Royal Vaneouvcr Yacht Club. Plans 
for th- regatta include the reintro- 
ductlon of the Dun.<!mulr TTgipby for 
a large class .sailing over a thirty- 
mile triangular course. 

Commodore C. W. Raraber, of the 
Royal Vancouver Yacht Club, has 
been elected chairman of the 
P.I.Y.A.: Commodore F A. Lindsay, 
Victoria, and Captain James Grif- 
fiths, Sf-attle, are vicr-chalnnen 
Secretary-treasurer will be the in- 
coming .secretary for the Rigral Vail« 
Bull put forward couver Yacht Club. 



A rmy Seeks 
Assistance 
Of Citizens 

Christmas, withowt a grate Are 

crackling under the chimney, with- 
out a good roastAod plum pudding. 
wlUuMit flaala dmm and stoektagy 

fm » tree scln- 

tlllaUng wlUi tinsel and candles 
and the delightful my.stery of par- 
cels hidden among the branches 
Christma-s fireless, cold, huiu^ry 
and friendless— this Is the fate 
every year Of JOne 4nhi^ tfhttd. 

Doss not everyons remember the 
thrill of new toys and candles when 
they were children? Can they 
^BiMgim What their Christmas 
would have been without them? 
Yet many families face that pos- 
sibility this year. Prom all parts 



iMtRLHANTS m 



J ^ ,i CHIFFONS I 

Fear General Rush at Week 
End and Urge Using 
Morning Hours 




This 
Christmas ] 

No Woman 
Ever Had 
Too Many 
Silk Stockings 



CREPES! 

WEIGHTS 



that the King Edward wall wa.s| The eovemln* <Mi»u.4t 
established as the dividing line of'or TTio^ 

the ,.ro;>ertles when the two Prop-.S^^^'gSt S^'tS^ '^'S-' 
ertles concerned were both owned Sutherland B« n i A fTo .1! ' ^ 
by the same party. It was within SSST^S'^iLjcoSver"'' 



of the city and .surrounding munic- 
ipalities, calls for help are oomlng 
In dally to the Salvation Anay 
headquarters on Johnson Btreet 
Many urgent appeals have already 
been met. food sad fuel have been 
■ent oat. and shoes and clothing 
have been given to many needy 
cases. 

A generous response to the Army's 
Christma-s fuai will brighten and 
encourage many otherwise cheerless 
homes this Chrlstmastids^ 



Inclement weather again yester- 
day further retarded Christma.s 
shopping and merchants are begin- ^ 
nlng to worry over the poesibility of 3 
a la.st-minute rush towards the end i ^ 
of the week by purchasers who have 
put ofT buying Christmas gifts hop- 
ing for more favoralrie 



SERVICE 

"KAYSER" 

Has AU Your PetVanotias 





the rights of parties to make such 
an agreement, and such an agree- 
ment, when made, stood. 

This was the matter of fact that 
had to be estaUtahsd. and which, he 
claimed, was satisfactorily dls- 

POfr?d of. 

On the matter of law, he again 



She (.xs they motored to the big 
city church) -Aren't these chimes 
melodiously beautiful? Such har- 
mony! So in.spirlng! They thrill me 

He- You 11 have to speak louder 
Tho.<'o bells are making such a 
racket, I can t hear a word you say 




PAKIT CABINET 

Spanish Premier to Have 
Good Majority in Newly- 
' Chosen Government 



f riendlu fiift 



AjTER AIX« the faindliMC. mote imiiiuift 
giir !• oat due addt to the joy nd comfort 
g| IMng. Tliis tentimnt nudon PENMAN8 
KNITTED WEAR n ^pradaiid gilt 

The pleaaure ol the recipient is assured — 
PENMAN8 KNITTED WEAR carries the 
guanuMO ol high quality, it tilt *T***i*^'Tffim t' 
ol BMxitRi martntH and wHl oonciBat to 
givt t t t i d acdon long aiier Chriadnai it pait, 
thus proloagiac tfat mmaotf ol tilt gilt and 
tilt giver. 



THIS CHUISTMA!^ GIVE 



e • a I^OR MBN periectW fitting hsli hose in clever 

I ^ jdUstiiictive patterns— made for 
[ draMlIc^ 



• e FOR WOMEN P'egifta woman would buy hersell-PonniM, 

Full- Fashioned Stockinfa. In sheer chifion, 



chifloa and aemi-eervice weights^ - a 
the saserteet ol eeasonable shadas. 



.a FOR CMIieORBIi Ho«irrv Mn,^rn.,r .■ ! v'... 

quality thai has made i^cnmaos liie staodard at 




ICADRID, Dee. It (AT).— Alejan- 
dro Lerroux. a veteran Spenljih 
statesman, had little difficulty to- 
day in formlnf a Republican party 
Cabinet with definite eomenrattve 
leanings. 

A crisis that grew out of recent 
elections and involved a Short-Uved 
anarchist-syndicalist rebellion and 
the downfall of an interim ministry 
headed by Diego Martinez Barrios 
was believed ended, for l^rroux 
claimed the support of .loo dei)ufles 
of the, Centrist and Rinhtl.si parties. 

In addition, the Premier design- 
ate .Mild 110 Parliamentarians of the 
Agrarian and fifty of other small 
parties were behind hfm, thus giving 
the new Cabinet a wibitantisl ma 
Jority hi the ~ ' 



In order to avoid, if powibip. a 
general stampede on Saturday 
merehant.s are requesting the citi- 
zens to take advantage of the quiet 
hours of the morning and early aft- 
ernoon In which to make their oer- 
sonal .selections. 

FV>r the convenience of those who 
are unable to do their buying dur- 
ing the day, the • dty ordinance 
«ov«rn}nt eitfbr closing has been 

o ^'** Thu"<Jay. FMday and 
Saturday and all city .stores will re- 
main open until 9 o'clock m the 
evening on those day.s and a full 
.staff of clerks will be maintained 
to look after the individual wants 
of customers 

j Every effort is being made to give 
a standard of serviee. but merch- 
ro ^J!tr lijjpraeticany ImposslWe 
to give proper attention to pur- 
throng the stores ^ - 

;TS2L15*^ * o'^'J^k In the 
•rternoon. and they seek the co- 
operation of the purchaf ing public 
n using the -ofT hours." say be- 
tween 9 o clock in the morning and 
the noon hour. 



■•AtT MTM TOOAT 

r^r^^\ «wto5~for Wmund 
Clarke, who passed away at the 
famUy residence; Blenkinsop Road 

aftemeoB at S:M o'clock from the 
^^'SS^ Puneral Home 

Rev. Arthur deB. Owen will offlcute 
and Interment will be hi OM Rowal 

Oak Burial Park. 



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t 



'"x .MKDIUM .SERVICE WEIGHT that's attractively fine 

serviceable with its OC^ 
r ri w i a m iw> M» and Item of ui e it e ilied cohpb. P air .. OOC 

44X-DULL CHIFFON silk to ton. 

'"air ~ 

^OOx-SANSHEEN CHIFFON wins many adnurers f,, 
dull modern texture and sheer cWc 
Silk to top. Pair „ 

lOSx-HEAVY SERVICE WEIGH^"snk to toi 
Pair ^ 

IWx— HEAVY SFRVICE \\ KUiHT, s.lk 
hem. I-oot and top of durable cotton. Pate 
J(.5x-FlT-ALL-TOP-with the two-way-stretcl 
xvomen of larger proportions. Chiffo* silk to top 

1 RUT — ^ ^ 



to 



85c 

$1 GO 
$1.50 
$1.26 

li top for 

S1.15 



Kayser 

"CREPE MIST" 

Silk Stockings 
$1 5Q 



Per 
Pair 



nimcuLTiai TO FACT 

Potential difficulties which may 
confront the new (lovrrnment in- 
clude the task of holding Oomn- 
ment supporters together tf^f t u tt 
of widely dlfferiiM political i4at- 
forms and partlea 

In ths Opposition there are nboiit 
138 deputies at present headed by 
Socialises and Catalonlan LaCtMa 
New members of the Oovemment 
are J«se Marcia Cid. aa Agrarian- 
Jose Estadeiia. a radkal RepSii I 
can: Jose Pareja Tbhsose. VSS - 
J«Jdes Khi^^ iSSi, 

^ l^r.s. A, Nirohon 
Oieg FolUncing 
Lengthy Hln ess 



Jf^,,.,^^'^ Caroltoe Nlcolson, 

**** •^"^'ll^'' Has- 

Pital after a lengthy lilnr.s.s Bom 
m Moose Factory, Ont . \Jrs Nlcol- 

JgJ nets aw, ih» wta- 

she u survived by her huriwnd 
Allan, at home. 241 Beechwood Ave-' 
nue: four daughters, oZL 

l^i.^JL^,?^>^' OPt; Miss Ethel 



Wojtg Sing Passpn 

AuHty in Ho§pUal 

Wong Sing, aged sixty-ntog fMTS. 
1 naUve of Canton, and a lesMmt 



Mistily Sheer? 
Smartly Dull! 
^ New Shadetf 



Kay.scr ' Crepe Mist" Hose 
IS .so flatterinij ... the 
In^rliiy twisted .silk makes it 
extra dull, extra sheer, extra 
durable and MUf^ rr««i«;tant 



of Victoria for the past forty years, at 
passed away, Saturday, at the Royal 
Jubilee Hospital. Hd had made his 
home at Itll Blanshard Street. 

» is survived by two .sons, Ed- 
]Wdand Henry Wong, and three 
daughters, Annie, liary and Ammy, 



homf 



and one daught«, Ha. 

Con John, of Vancouver. 

Funeral services will be conduct- 
ed this afternoon at 3 o'clock at the 
Tliomson Funeral Homo, Interment 
wiu be made in the Chinese 
tery. 




Ml . — "^~vfE^», wm,; asiss SI 
KjT'Jr street. \ 




e e • HO 

o t; T G 



S liaRY 
t W B AR 
WBAR 



«"Mnw (Kreei, Vic- 

jS?; Vsnrx)uvrr. and 

*»«i. e f Httshmth; one sister Mrs 

iSSa nl'^T^-^r ""''bury; one 
JJtlBer Charles V Nlcolson. stone 
JW. Man, and fifteen grandchU 

The remains are reatlnc at ■ J 
Curry & Son F^ineral^L JL; 
^erv\cM Will be eoooSSl'^^ 
row at 2 30 O'clOckT^^^ 
be made in Royal 





WAS 

ftle nds were prejw-nt at 
wwernl servlees held M<mday aft- 
ernoon for Baby Hnwin Infant 
daughter of Mr and Mm w j 
Unwln, 2064 Newton siS^ "^oi 
Bay ivv. o F Cox (Sdueied kn 

was In fho pv.vai Oak ~ — ^^^^ 



BABY IB 




d4a 



r^lSH^^jr^ for David 
two-year-old son of Mr 

»nd Mrs. J. Charles, took place yes- 
terday morning *t the West Saan- 
ich Catholic Churt-h Rpv. FMher 
Lemmcna ofllciatlog 



^ iR rw R W iin umaig ^ 
anniversary of Tiia Baa|t of 

Toronto, the general manager 
said: "No other bank has built 
on a deeper and more solid and 
enduring foundation tKsn The 
Benk of Toronto." 



Th 



e interests of clients h 



ave 



ahvays been safeguarded by the 
oooscnrative policies of 
The Baaicef Toronto. The Bank 

iMt boll OR tolid Mad tad it 
hit boll RdL 



18 



ttorni, conservative alike 
prosperity and depresskm, it has 
•"liiodid "long sound banking 
lines— otublitliiRg bfORc^ 
t^wMghouc Gbaid^ «idbcoM»> 
. pendents in sHpartt of dMiiMl4 
widening ta setviccs, yet standi^ 
•hiayt 6r ttdb% afid tOm^ 
• • • 

The Bank of Tonato oflf^ yott 
rTprrtenced. efficient and friendly 
service ui every phase of bank- 
inc You are invited to make 
tf ito scta^ sod stabiltty. 




»33 



'"BANK^-TORONTO 

EsiablisJttodL 1855 




4 



THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA. R C. TrKSPW. DECBIfBBR 19, 1M3 



Ifteiktily Colonist 



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PrlntlxiK uid PUDMnilf OHipt^y. 
J. Uttl^ 

iption R«tM by Owrtar and by UaD to OliMcli 
OonUguoiu to VIeUsta, SanrMl by Ooloolst 
City Carrten : 

Yearly »1.'.00 

Mtnithly „ l.OO 

«UtaM3y7UQD ratfs payable In advanct. MaU •ub- 



MNMH 



TCqui-:>tt-d U) make all 

to The Daily Colunlat. 

Bubacriben In orrt&rtiiK ( haMgt> of addreM 
fPf^H' to Clve both uld and tifw ai 
Subaeriptlon Kate.s by Mail: 
Td 'Canada, Great Britain, the Unltad 
Uexieo, «auept diatrlct* tm fbwt 

HaRwjriy^ , , ■ .j , 
<Mkrty --i-i . 



Tuesday, December li*, 1933 



im 



Ihe aliuyayht-iT <>f the market-place #fi<L Aq 
swt'ct*'!! the tone of blUlDMb Intercourat. Ttut 
crude lurmula that bUtliMM U blUineai &s a 
characterization of the relations between buyer 
und seller, between employer and employee, very 
fi( quently doc* far less than Justice to the klmily 
spit It which is commonly exhlbitad In the bual- 
ncsn world 

For the better understanding between dif- 
ferent memben and srades of the social ordtr, 

fur the btaifflcleiit work of charitable and friend- 
ly social organizations, lor neighboriluess and 
t!w winiiifnoM to eo-operate litNr rUilniMo ob- 

Jecl.s, for the Increase In number and value of the 
atnei^ltles of life, for the amelioration of the com- 
nbtt lot, tad for th« preirftyo olovatlon of the 

itandard of per'snnal conduct we have to ac 
knowledge the mighty Inlluence ol the ChrisUan 
rtUfloa and tho apMt Of 



Note and Comment 



EEPUDIATED OBLlCiATlONS 



wbo oottttBM to liulat ibat the world 

Is out of Korir In an economic .sen.se will derive 
poor £OOSOiatlon Irum some trade figures affect- 
iBff impffe' coudtrias pobllihod In The Times 
Trade and EnplneerlnK Riipp!em»'nt It is noted 
that in the countries ol oiigui gl Brilit>h imports 
trade has remained steady for the first nine 
months in the last three years, while imports to 
Britain from foreign countries have fallen lioav- 
ily. The imports to Britain in mi British coun- 
tries. In millions sterlliig for the first nine 
months in 1031. 1932 and 1983 respectively, have 
been 181, 183, 182, while In millions Berlin « im- 
ports from foreign countries have been 440, 337 
and 308 respectively, m these flgxires MOrthem 
Rhodesia has risen from 291 to 807 tliou-sands 
sterling; India It back to the level of 1831; Aus- 
tralia has maintained her figures; the Fl|l Is- 
lands have gono ahead: Canada shows 22. 29 
and 32 in sterling for the first nine 

months of the three years; both Jamalea and 
Trinidad sliow Improvement. 

Britain is engaged on the tasic of ameliorating 
her advene bilanet of trade. It !• beliif tedneed 

very suh.stanttallv Her Imports from the SOfift 
Union have fallen In millions sterling from 21 In 
1031 to 11 In lOtt. Denmark^ ntome in this 
_ respect in each of the last three years In millions 
sterling have been 35, 31 and 27. The decrease 
-III Q^maaifB exports to Britain in millions sterl- 
ing Id Hie tlirec years under review have been 
46'/», SI and SI respectively. The French figures 
are 14 and 11, and Italy's, 11. S and 7. Brit- 
ain has now very little import trade from Aus- 
tria and Hungary, and Czechosiovaliia is sending 
less ttian half what she sent la Ittl. There has 
been a slight decline In Japanese exports to 
Britain. The figures for the United States in 
mUUSn* tUMm for the three yea^ are IS. W 

and S2. 

These figures, at least so far as Britain is 
eooeemed, tend to correct many irresponsible 
statements of trade losses which if they were 
true would be inimical to the economic destiny 
of that country. The fact is that Britain is 
rapidly decreasing her adverse trade balance, 
and in doing so is turning trade from tntema- 
tional to Intra -Empire channels and so fostering 
Imperial development. The facts of the situa- 
tion, as all statistics show, prove trade has 
been better during recent months, and the out- 
look is decidedly more hopeful than it has been 
at any time during the past three years. The 
actualities of fvent.s are the .st ronKe.«!t corrective 
to the propaganda of economic destruction. 



Dr Max Winkler ha.s compiled a record of 
governments that have repudiated their obliga- 
In the aggregate |SS,600,000,000 of bonds 
d In the l;i:;t fifty years are now in default 
With an additional .'1112,500,000,000 ui unpaid in- 
terest due to the hoider.s There are twenty-five 
nations and some 100 proTinees and cities in- 
cluded In the roll call of defaulters. This total 
of Indebtedness (ioe.s not Include the war debts 
owed the United States amounting to |11.000.- 
000,000 because there are at present standstill 
agreeiu< iit.s ii si>« ctlng these. Dr. Wlnckler 
points out that the great bulk of the total of the 
outstanding indebtedness ottierwise is due by 
Russia, a total of $17,079,000,000 of defaulted 
bonds, on which nearly $11,000,000,000 in unpaid 
interest having aeeomiiiated agalnsl thai coon 
try. Hi.s a.ssumptlon Is that there Is very little 
reason to expect that any of this huge amount 
will be pakl. 

A.nonK the countries which have defaulted 
are Brazil with $750,000,000 on twenty -two bond 
issues; Germany with $BS4,0I0.000 inelnding 
.seventy Issues, and Mexico with $622,000,000 com 
prising sixty Issues. None of these latter coun- 
tries has deUberately defaulted, and It is possible 
that a revival of business may lead to resump- 
tion of liquidation of these debU either in whole 
or in part. With Russia, hosrever. it is different 
The default thera haa been dtil baraU w pudl- 
atlon. 



The outstanding illustration of the Immediate 
necessity for reduction in taxation is found in 
the City of New York. For the current year of 
the tax levy of $456,970,460, only $296,444,812 has 
been collected. There is a shortage of $160,528.- 
888 on n^leh 6 per cent interest will be charged 
until January 1 next, when the rate will be 
raised to 10 per cent. The (^ration of the 
NJLA. does net seam to hgve increased the abil- 
ity of the American people to pay their taxes. 



The average life of a French Government is 
nine months That is a result of the multiple 
party system which has a tendency to make for 
instsbiuty in admlnlskratlon. 

cnoncimuiT miB 

Wlien chokechonies hang In burfuntfy clusters. 
And the field i.s a purple .sky of Raters. 
When the flickers shrill that the Summer s over, 
And a chill wind larrupe the bees to covsr, 
When the dew is a solid feathery glitter, 
And the elm disrobes In a drowsy flutter, 
We do not sknrry for hotUer shining. 
Though we know vMeh way the earth is Isaning. 

It's on with the buttoned -up coat and sweater. 
It s crunch through the woods with a crlsper clatter 
Its clamber tlie hlU with the heightened iTi^ttoig- 
These are the thiBgrtfee wol is 

The breath is a*raist to oklthe the 

Tlie sky has lots Its |Teen-leaTSd 
But the heart that .snuggles against Its lover 

Know.s that the Summer Is never over. 
Even the snow i.'; a chill fleet morning: 
.Suinmer noon will be t.f>on returning. 

And hearts are gay as the imperial asters 
Wtasa eboksetaecrtsi hsag hi borgvndy duslsn. 



Wtio rvrr kiifw truth put lu Ihr •oisr 
111 « fire itriU c.trii riuouulri 

B/ Ihu llm*. till* un^ *t\u h>j ,ct out 
on hU way by nltbi and irkvclM 
throtich m radon of laiooih aad 141a 
draama. our hutory uom arrivaa oa tba 
aonflna* vhrrr daTltaht and truUi maet 
u» with > clear dawn. MaMMMtSS !• Mf 
vlrw. tt.oiji:. ,1 ■ far SMSSi^ «MtS 
and ttiaprs MiUoii 

In his voluminous Memoirs 
Priaoe von Bidew rsssivsa ^ase 

for terw of thoufiands of words for 
Uie purpose of uamlng mad extolmg 
the vtrtass ef Ms artsteeretic an- 
cestors and relatives and quoting 
their opinions of his superlaUve 
eoBinieB ee a stUiifiiii. Mit te Ms 

referenre.t to thi- wtii hp never men- 
tions the part played by the .British 
(oreeS from u fs r ssas te helping to 
win the v\Hi rh>- reader woold 
never learn from reading tfiis Mem- 
oirs that there was a single Cana- 
dian «i Australian, or New Zea> 
lander, taking part in the war, 'or 
that the British forees from over- 
seas played evsA a vkMr part M 
winalag the war. 

• * • 

But there is one rt^ference \n the 
Memoirs which indicates indirectly 
that the oanadktn Mroes mider Sir 
Arthur Currle were employfd at a 
very critical period in the hostili- 
ties for the purpose of averting a 
disaster to one of the Allied armies. 
The Germans were excellently 
served by their Intelligence service. 
They knew somslMng whkh was 
not at the tlm** revealed to the 
people of the rest ol the world. 
There were nuaeiB earrent that 
mutiny had broken out In the 
French forces Which were defend- 
ing Verdoaaadthat the matkiem 
had demanded opening of neRotla- 
tions with the enemy for terms Qf 
peaoe. 



exteot that they had auy ve4ee in 

dictator to rule over thesfc' Thty 
have not cut otl the hrartl e( any 
eC their termer ImperfaUstle lulers. 
There are »U11 Hohensollem prtoees 
ia their midst, and the chances are 
that If the hereditary eMef of the 
old dynasty had had the courage to 
•e hOOH, he would not have been 
mdsMt. and might even have been 
restored to his former hlgli estate 
It would be foUjr to make any pre- 
^rtiens as te the future of Ger- 
many Von Bulow has confe.ved 
that he Is not utterly without hope 

SAAMCUfUl 

ilFPEiy. HIDE 

Reeve Croi/bh Urgei Rale- 
payers to Contribute to 
Hamper Drive 



SCite 



Toda 



OUR Snt ih^XMot ol the Eng- 
Uab-^qih 1934 model '*Y" 
Ford cart arrivied by the Ss. Delft- 
dlgrk a few daya ago. Today thay> 

are oti display in our showroom 

. . . the most interesting new car 

shown here in years. Fitted with 
left-hand diivt- for Canadian re- 
quirements, synchronized gear 
shift, three-quarter floating lear 
axle. The 8 h.p. engine is remark- 
ably smooth at all speeds and 
capable of exceptional gasoline 
economy. 



That rebellion of course was 



Mental stains cannot be removed 
washed away by any waters.— Cicero. 



—Clement Wood, in "Trails," 
by llftMi 



nor 



Lit . the sap of 



quench the fire of passion 



Philosophers ten tis that the first serious 
effort of European philMsophicnl thought wa.s 
directed towards the task of finding, amid the 
ever-chanfflnK phenomena of sense-perception, 
some indication of unity, some suggestion which 
might lead to the dlscoTery of a common origin 
and ground from which the beWfldiBrlnff rartety 
of material things about us might have been de- 
rived. Up to the present time no very definite 
results hate been achieved In the long contlnaed 
quest for thi.s mnpic .sub.stance or .sub.strattim 
No unanimous answer to the riddle of cosmology 
has heen ghren by scientists or philosophers. 

Some equally searchlnR questions have been J .Meteorological Olllce, Vletorla. B.C.. at 8 pjn 
asked hi another field of Inquhry, namely that or fgi^bK II, IMS. 
cdMluet. Many tomee have been printed, many | STNOMU 
■ermoos proaehod. and much intellectual activity | 'His beiometer remains low on the Coast and un- 
expended In attempting to answer such questions i settled, colder weather prevails over this Province 
as these: Is human happiness possible, how is it i Z^ro t^mperiiturrs are rr,>orted on the Pralrle.s 

to be achieved, what are the ethical Principle.. '^j'^"*"^*^;^;^^^ 
which must guide us in the pursuit thereof? 

Questions at cosmology are Impoftant, no doubt. > PMOflRTATlOir AMD TBIFBtATUlm 



The Weather 



De 



Moderate to fresh north 
with! 



They have enRaped the attention and baffled j 

the ingenuity of the sages for a long time. The , victoria 

qnestloa of conduct, however, is of more im-|Nanaimo 

portance t/) the race. If only for the reason Wiat i J^JJ^^'JJ,'' 

human beings have no responsibility whatever ' prmce Oeorge 

for the construction of the material universe: 

whereas in the conduct of life, as everyone agrees, 

we are, within certain limits at least, competent 

and therefore responsible. 

The conception of a primeval, uncreated, in- 
finite storehouse of energy manifesting itself in 

the changes of the material world may possibly 

have suggested to philosophers the analogous 

idea of an exhaustless fountafan of Good Will in 

the con.stltutlon of human belnRS. However that 

may be. the right answer to the question of 

hvfnan eondnet may be fowid as readily hy the 

common man wltli little or no tincture of philo- 
sophical learning as by tlie pundits and high 

prlBSts of moral philosophy. We all know very 
WtU that the ChrLstmas spirit l.s the triumphant 
answer to the age-old problem of right conduct 
and the pwsaK of happiness. 

rhrlst,ma.«5 properly begins at home among the 
children assembled about the hearth-fire of 
family affection,, but It does aal ind there. The 
Chrlst-mas .spirit which fills our homes In the 
first place inevitably overflows the area of the 
family chrle to mix with other benefleent 
.streanls and pour into many social channels. 
The distinctions, economic, social, political, racial, 
which too often separate people, eeem to lase 
their significance at Christmas time. Pertu4>s 
the reason why these distinctions are thtis ob- 
literated is because it Ls at Christmas that we 
more clearly realise the interdependence of the 
human family and the debts we oweto one an- 
other. What we owe In thl.s re.sp>ect can Indeed 
never be fully discharged hi any event. All the 
more reasop. therefore, that even the smallest 

orvire .should be rendered and accepted with a 
heartier emphasis and a more friendly gesture 

of food win. 

It is sometimes suggested that, owing to the 
character of our arrangements in the business 
world, what oofhl to be a festival of good will 
is sometimes rendered of none effect by the 
gre|^ of Individuals; that Christmas Is some- 
tlaila coo u Bet c laliBed and eaplotted. Thle Is the 
cynical language of pe.wlmlsm and perhap.s of 
spleen. It would be more to the purpose and 
maeh nearer the troth to say that the qiMrit of . 
ptvMBiui IMitval haa MM aHMh to 



anew Bam 

.It 

.12 
.08 

Trace .. 



llstevan Point 

Prtnce Rupert 2.0 
I>awson ................. — 

Seattle ..«........-..»*■ »■ - ■ 

Portland . 

San nandseo . 

Spokane ................... 

Los Angeles ............... 

Pentlcton .8 

Vernon - 

CJrand Forks - 2 

Nelson ..................... 1.0 

Ka£lo 4.5 
Cranbrook .................. 

CalRary Trace 

Edmonton . - .... 

Swift Current 

Rrlnoe Albert ............. 

Qu'Appelle 

Winnipeg ............... 

Mooee Jaw ................ 

Sunday — 

Toronto ............... 

Ottawa ............. 

Montreal ............... 

Samt John ... 

Bsmax . — . — 



.4t 

ii 

.19 



ICin. 
38 

32 

34 

22 

a4b 

30 

14 

41b 
is 

44 

M 

50 

29 
24 

as 

28 
26 
12b 
22b 
6b 

aob 

«b* 

4 

4b 

32 
16 
23 
20 

n 



Max 

40 

39 
38 
24 
10b 
42 
26 
34b 
40 
M 

so 

4« 

70 
26 

34 
37 

38 
2b 
18b 
6b 
Sb 
3 

la 

•b 

38 
30 
33 
28 



Maximum ... 



■UNOAY 



.... 4< 
39 
43 

36 

twenty-four 



Mmimum . 

Average . ..... 

Minimum on the grass 

Weather, ralnixig: rainfall, 1.48 for 
hea i^ SMdi ng • pjn. 

MONDAY 

Miixlmum ................................... 40 

Minimum ........................... 38 

Average . ............. 39 

Minimum on the grass ....................... 32 

Wsiafail. .IS for twenty-four houn enttng • pjn. 

.5:00 P M. WEATHn REPORTS 
Victoria Barometer. 29.61; wind. N. 12 miles; 
rainlnR. 

Vancouver -Barqmeter. 29 62. wind. E. 4 miles; 
ratnlng. 

Kam loops— Barometer, 29 JO: calm; snowing. 
Prince dsw g s isw aists i, SMI; wtad. IC I Bliss: 

cloudy. 



execution of the rlnRleadSIS in the 
mutiny and order was restored. The 
leescn <kawn from this by ven 
Bulow' that If the German com- 
manders had been equally prompt 
and energetle in suppressing agita- 
tions and dlsorder.s In the armies 
of the Kaiser, victory might ulti- 
asldy have been easored to the 
German armle.s Rut although the 
mutiny in the front before Verdun 
liad been suppressed, the fact re- 
mained that the spirit of the 
French forces iiad been broken by 
the losses they had sustained and 
that something must be done 
promptly to restore the morale of 
the men if immediate disaster was 
to bs avoMsd. 

• • • 
AWsd eommanders held < a 

con.sultation and decided that a 
strong offensive should be pre- 
cipitated along the northern front 
for the purpose of rebevtog the 
.pcessure of the Ofrmans en the 
south. The decision of the gen- 
erals was that the portion of the 
line held by the Canadiaiu was the 
most favorable pomt for attack. 
When the orders of his chief were 
laid before Sir Arthur Currle, even 
though the command was impera- 
tive undw the rules e( mffltory 
dLsclplne, the Canadian general de- 
murred—he even remonstrated, be 
causeJM knew that the eeet te his 
forces would not be .sufflclcnt to 
Justify ttie apparent advantages to 
bs gained. 8e ft was only when a 
confidential communication from 
the AUied commanders to the Cana 
dlan general . revealed the true 
situation that orders wsre given for 
the line to advanec. 

* • * 
When the slander T-as circulated 

in Canada that Sir Arthur Currle 

had needlesrty s aer l fleed Oanedlans 

for the purpose of gaining personal 
glory and mlliUry prestige, the 
Canadian never opened his mouth 
for the purpose of defending him- 
self. He submitted to the injustice 
with a BOdle whldi Mpnesuj pity 
for the character of hi.s enemies 
and detractors. He knew he had 
simply done his d«^, and, although 
he never -said anything about It. he 
also knew that it was the soldiers 
under his eonunand who had played 
the SMSt prominent part to 
actually winning the war— for If 
the rot which had set m amongst 
the French foress defsndhig Vardun 
had not been summarily arrested, 
the prediction of Prince von Bulow 
that If the Oermans had been led 
by competent men and had taken 
prompt advantage of a situation 
about which they had bsea weU to- 
formed they woold have won the 
war. 

♦ • • 
We have said that there is more 

chair than wheat in the IfSmoln of 
the former Osnaan Chancellor. The 
three bulky volumes might liave 
been more Interesting to ordinary 
people outside of Oermany If the 
manuscripts had been placed In the 
hands of a competent editor and 
some of the references te the 
princely house oT von Bulow de- 
leted. But there are some com- 



Ihdieations are that, unie.s.s nite- 

Cf filtHiilch conlUme to coii- 
to the .SiiiiDlch ( luiMinas 
Hnnii" r V\n\c\ In k''H<tc>ii.s iiuuiiier 
iiior*' than 3(Kt tainllK.', icjulrunf 
a^.M-stam*' will !>»• di.sapiKHntf d. was 
rev(a:.(! N.'slerduy. Ijy Reeve Wil- 
liam ('i-,at{h iji making gB MVPttt 
appeal lor the fund. 

"There are more than 400 persons 
needing hampers, this year, and at 
present we have only enough to 
make up slaty hampsn," statsd the 
Reeve. 

Reeve Crouch pointed out that 
Saamch resldent,s who have con- 
tributed to fund.s. following radio 
requests, were not contributing to 
the Saanlch fund, and urged rate- 
payers of the municipality to aid 
their own needy. Contributions 
should be made to the Saanlch 
Christmas HMBpsr Fund at Boyal 
OaJt. 

WILL PACK HAMFBRS 

The hamt>er8 are to be pafked by 
the Saajilch Welfare As.v)olation. 
under the direction nf ihr prcsidfiit , 
Mrs. T. Todd, and M155 K. OldneJdi 
vlce-preAldent. 

In order to gather food for this 
worthy cause, the Saanlch Welfare 
AssocUton is sponsoring a ehikben's 
matmee at the Playhouse Theatre, 
on fHday momtaig. from 9:30 until 
10:30 o'clock. Admission will be by 

means of groceries, canned food or hopefulness and anticipation in the 
other commodities .suitable for usc|heart,s of those who serve US so 



It it B car of graceful, sweeping 
lines and comfortablt to rido in. 
Not a "midget" car , , , .large 

enough for comfort, but engineered 

tliiouejhoiit for tlip utmost in mo- 
tonn;; economy. Biiili at the great 
Ford plant at Dagcnham. Essex, it 
IS a car that every motorist will 
want to see. 



See the Car 
That ' 

All Knglatid 
Is Talking 
About . . • . 

Model 

Enslish-Built 

Ford 



National Motor Co.. Ltd. 



819 YATES STRBBT 



in a rhrlstnia.s hamper Although 
primarily a rhildron .s programme, 
adiilt-s wl.HhlnR' to come will be ad- 
mitted on payment of food. 



No IttUr to the editor will b« tn««rt«4 
except over >he PmfU rtfmtWrt SMS 
address or the «rllMr. gMi nUt SSStfU 

at DO exception. 



FEUDAL GAMK LAWS 

Sir.— In this land end period of 
enlightenment our game laws fUI 
the onlooker %lth wander. Bu;; 
when we refer to thote in force 
and inflleted at the time of Queen 
raisabeth and find that the penal- 
titK were leas than in democratic {a step 



Briti.sh roiumMa oC todey. the won 

der deei)eiis. 

Manv protr.sfs havr been nade 
and plenty are likely to follow. But 
Incidents to the last few weeks de- 
serve comment. Thirty days' Im- 
prisonment in default ef fire hun- 
dred dollar fines hare been Inflicted 
upon the ttMra of pit-lamps for 
shooting in or about settled dis- 
tricts. The ferocity of the fine for 
the degree of criminality will be>v 
obvious to all but rabid .siwrtsmen 
or the "thirty men of Duncan." 

Now well over 90 per cent of Van- 
couver i.siand is unsuitable for ara- 
ble cultivation The remnant is 
given over to Inten-slve game pro- 
tection. Why? Surely this aoieel 
of land can be reesTted for the ez- 
cjusive use of faraaers and for the 
right to dastray mmln. both furred 
and feathered, without let or hin- 
drance, "by day or night or any 
other kind of light 



fuithfuDy. and give them the holi- 
day tiwy ao truly deserve? 

I fMl eertain the general public 
would gladly oo-operate. and busi- 
ness would not really sufTer in the 
lea-st. What we give out in Joy and 
un.selfi.shnes.s to other.s is returned 
with rompound inteie.st, and em- 
ployiT.s and mercl^ants would be 
amply repaid for havtog done their 
bit towards creating a true spirit 
of Christmas cheer. And why not 
carry this Chrtrtmas qMrit thxouih- 
out the yMT 1M4. by makhw Wed- 
nesday aflemoOT a statutory boU- 
dayt It would be a step forward In 
the eoonomic progre.s,s. and I would 
like to think the general public 
would unanlmou.sly con.sent to such 
At any rate, here s hoping 



that when we make our final pur 
chases on Saturday, December 23, 
we can wish all the clerks a real 
merry Christmas for this year, at 
I'Msi (MRS » T. E. HOIXIN8. 

936^st^Patrlek Street, Vletacle» MJQ^ 
" *" 111 tits. 



C.C.P. CAMPAIGN FUNDS 

Sir.— I enclose herewith a .state- 
ment of election exi>en.ses Incurred 
the Co-Operative Common- 
wealth Federation, on behalf of the 
four candidates In the rsesnt IHe- 
toria election. This is a eopy of the 
flguree as submitted to the Provin- 
eial Seeietary, and is supported by 
vouehen as required by the Election 
Act, all duly audited an(; i^i.-d hv 
tl»e secretary, the treasun r and two 
auditors. 

In view of the campjiign .«r-urrllity 



BOXING 
DAY 

Wc don't eare a rip wliat they say, 
We're clodbg iip witll a fuU day's pay. 

^ In Jyatifif tp Quk». 

' . » -,.« ., 

TlM 

General Warehouse, Ltd. 



The rellglou.s fervor with wlurh 
the late Attorney-Oeneral ral.sed the 
roof with denunciations during his 
election rninpaign at Sooke. when 
a poor farmer complamed to him 
of his losses fran game and perse- 
cution, was a revelation for gods 
and Uttle fishes, end withal enough 
to oMke the angels weep. 

Pemetf of the present game regu- 
lations embodied in a small tract 
by members of the late Government 
may amu.se the light-hearted Tlie 
tract, however Imperfect, a.s loyal 
opinion declare.s it to be. yet affords 
good powdrr and ball for the use 
of the miliUnt Co-operative Com- 
monwealth Federation propagandist 
what time he can spare after he ha.s 
<ln tlie words of the opera) "fin- 
ished Jumping on his moCher." 

W. D. OALVKRT. 
Miine s Laadlnff. mC Deesnber 12. 



VICTORIA QYROS HOLD 
CHRiS TMAS LU NCftfOiy 

Laughter, song and a general 
happy sphit prevailed, yesterday, at 
the Empress Hotel, as members of 
and inuendomade against theCCP.'^* Victoria Gyro Club held their 
during the election, a.s t-o the source ■•"""»i Christmas lunch'H>n. 
of th'-ir campaign funds. I have Vaughan Thompson won a turkey 

in a specially-conducted Chri.stmas 
contest, while Louis Ol&zen. chair- 
man of the aimual Oyro prise con- 
test, annovnesd the vinnere of this 
event. 

Leonard Woodhome introduced 
Lome C a m pbell as a new member 
of the organimtlon. Bmett Taylor, 
genial sergeant-at-anns. answrrrd 
several imperative quesUons fired at 
him in a hoMfOMe vein, by ma 



been In.structed by the district coun- 
cil to request you to be good enough 
to publish this statement. 

R a. IfZLLBR, 
Secretary, Ofatrlet OOtnefl OXST.. 
Victoria 

1415 Oovemment Street. Victoria, 
B.C.. December IS, ISU. 



PLATES 



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. ■•♦wsl la eolor 

N) hicbtr la srlM. 

DR. COUI/TAS 



Income: 

C.iih collecli-d at mMtlnvi PM 01 

Don«tlon«. .^.le of llter.turo, it«. JM.OS 

AffUlatlon (mi. lour croupt lo 00 

IMtott. NMmakn SS. im (eortros 
fcr tmlal rabMrtpttaiu) i 



CIVIC ELECTIONS 
Sir - May I, through the medium 
of your paper, extend my sincere 
thanks to the citlsens Who 
me their support, las 

I would also like to enmi my 
appreciation to the prm tat the 
many eourteHes showB tm daring 
the past two years. 

(ALDCRMANi W D. TOOD. 

'•S?^ "Sf®**"'^ Avenue, vielerla. 
mXin December 16. 1933. 



A LETTER OP nUNXf 
Sir,— Kindly allow me to express 
my thanks and deep aparedatlon to 
all those who supported IM In last 
Thursday's eleetloB. 

I also wish to extend my con- 
gratulatlona to the successful can- 
didates. With the compliments of 
the season. ED WILLIAMS. 

1014 Queen.s Avenue, TMstlai B.C 
December 18. 1933. 



•L0S4.73 

lxi>«ndlture: 
He.dquarteri expenies: Rent. Iltht. 

fuel, lelephono, Otc 111.48 

Advert imnt 

NemnDiiper.i lol.QO 

8«ndwlchm.n M.OO 

TyodKfTt 11. n 

Rent of halls and achoeU aeS.SS 

Spokkeri' trtToUnt ospenM* SI.SO 

8t*tlontry. offleo suppIIm MM 

Poat.ce, telecrama. UO. Ul0»h0at. . SS.SS 

p»mphirt5, circulars, Utarataft. . . . SIM 

Radio broadcaatlaa 

Affiliation foM aaS mmums of Sato- 

■ato to PravlMtol OMumU SS.SI 

SS.TS 

tt.SM.73 



What Today Means 



Tide$ at Victoria 



DECEMBER 
Tim* ef tidtt rPaeifls ttandard tlmo), 
at Vletorla, B.C., for th« month of Dcctm- 
t>er. l»n. 



ITlm* irt|Tlm« R't'Tlin. H t Time IT't 



Date !R. U. Pt. 



fair. 



cloudy. 
Tatooah— Barometer, 

raining 

Portland Baroni^'ler. 
raining 

San Frandsoe— aarooMtcr, 



; WMi wind, I., ig miles: 
wind, 8.. • miles; 
ItJO: wind, E., 14 miles; 
2«74; wind. 8. 12 milej«: 

Wind, SC, 



BOXING DAY 

sir.-i iMwe read, with keen m- 
mftt. in »h- terest. the TarlouBB letters which 

ments in the Memoirs whMi may have appeared ngarding the closing 
have a potent influence In shaping I ^^t^s^oo^Jtoting Day. Raving 
the future destinies of the people of -« - - 

the Fathsrlead. The truth akeady 
has been demonstrated that the 



German people have no sympathy 
with the prtaelpiss ef dMaeeney; 

that they prefer to be governed 
rather than to govern themselves. 

ly to the practical dissolution of 
their legisUUve chambers. To the 



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been employed as a clerk myself, i w 
know only too well how tired and " 
fagged-out emplovpps can be and is 
Instead of lookln .■ r ,i A ai d to Christ- 1 



H. M. rt.l n. u. n. \tLH._rt 



"SAQITTABIVS'' 
U December !• is your birthday, 
the best hoimi for you on this <kUe 
are from 11 ajn. to 13:10 pjn.. from 
4:30 to 5 pjn. and from e to lo 
pjn. The danger periods are from 
8:30 to 10 a.m. and from J to 3 30 
p.m. 

In an ungiiardetl moment .some- 
one will •'sill) .'.onuthlng over" on 
you and it will more than likely 
cost you some nftney. if you are 
engaged to be married and luve 
been having trouble with the loved 
one, do not be stirprised if on this 
daU you suddenly find yonreeU dis- 
engaged. I nf l u enees eperaUng on 
this date will tend to break up all 
verbal agr^ementj^ 

Tim (liilfl born on this r>cember ,son 
19 will not b«> OOP to let strangers 
interfere at all with lU affairs It 



t:ll SfU:t« aS^ttrSI 

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0 20 3 & (40 t.6 
1:01 I.Sl •;«• as 

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l:M S.S'lO It 1 • II 10 t 

110 10 ( 4 lit 4S 3 4' 

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11 35 10 I 30 03 0 4 
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JIJ 37 • »!31 35 1 1 ,,, ...... 

|i2 4.'i 9 4 73 08 10 hesitate to talk right back 

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TBI COLOmST IN LONDON 
The Colonist may be procured at 
International Rgwe Stand of 



^jpingl! 



30 

II 



mas with Joy or i>lca.surr. they feel " 
more a sen.s^ of rfv>ntment against 
a seaaon that brings .v) much n^rvo- 
racklng strain and ao many weary 
hours of standing on aching feet. 
Christmas Is the one season ot the 
year when all hearts unite In a 
•pirit of broihsTiy love and on- 
Mifishneas towards mahklad; when 
we ahould strive to htf p aU those 
wes ssrtenees ttan oursehres to hare 
' •••• nwg ry C hristmas. This year. 

world seems engulfed In 

why rK>t strive even 

more to rrrair ,1, ^f 

X .Whjr not plant a sptrlt U 



11:2S-S.«|.. 

ni» -e.i 

14:00 SSl9a:M SJ 



• IS 11 0:40 SflUrM aslll N ST 

1;00 IS t'OI •e'IB:M B.S M-OS St 

1:tS 4.S I 30 • 4 1« t1 4 4 

I N S.S • }> < I 17 40 1 7 . 

• 55 • 3;i«:33 3 • 

IS:I4 •SIS:Se S.S 

lO'SS ••)lfl:n 1 7 

It 00 0 1 30 01 1 S 

II 3« t o 30 40 1 ] 

n 4 5 I 34 3 4|ll U •.•131 11 1.1 



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The i.m* uiied U PaatOe StanSarS for 
the ISOth M«rMlan we«t It U counts from 
0 to 14 hour*, from midnlcht to mtdnlahl 
Th* flaarca for hoitbt •orro to Slatiiwoiah 
hirh waMt tnm km w»m. Wlma MMka 
occMT In tiM taMo. Om tMe rimt or taBa 
f onliruoii'lT durtrtt two lurrettlTe tISal 
per.c'Ji wiUiout turnli.t 

Th« heif ht u la faot ao4 t«aUu tt a foal, 
■ntasureS trmm ttm avwSM ISMl St toW 
water 

To And the tfrpth of vat*r oa tho Ml of 
ih* e<iiiimaU drydoek. aSd IS* feot lo the 
halcht tt blob wator aa aboro bIim. 
To SnS ibt Soptti of vat«r on tb« tua of 

•esssfotttotbo 



to them and will give them as good 
as they send. Inclined to be Im- 
pertinent even to its parents, but 
this independent spirit should not 
be too greatly euiM Wm get 
aleng weU with those of tts own 
•ft and will more .than likely be 
the leader of "the gang." 



Born on December 19. It l.s ivi,- 
slble that you ai» the i\pe of pei- 
•on who mu.sl always liave some- 
one to lean on heavily. You require 
someone to tell your troubles to' 
and .soni'-one who in turn Will reas- 
sure you. (iicourage yott end give 
you the affection that you legolre. 
If you are fortunate to merry aame- 
one of great strength, you wUI get 
along fairly well. You meet people 
rather well and get along with 
them. You do not show your weak 
side to the aveiajfp penson who 
comes along, and more than likely 
people rate v(n) higher than you 
deserve. You seldom rub people the 
wrong way. and when you do, you 
are quick to make apologias and 
seek their good graces again. You 
can be very stubborn at times and 
when you find yourself with 
back to the wall almost 
ean be expected of you. 

If December 19 Is the date of 
birth, you are a very curloua per- 
son and entirely too much Inclined 
to ' noNe - into the affain of others. 
Vnu !ur rather an avaricious per- 
and place entirely too ouich 
stress on the importanoe of Money. 
You are selflsh and nothing harts 
you OMiw than tr-have to part with 
your money for things out of the 
ordinary, even though they be 
neoesBltles. You will not have much 

to contribute to this world at large 
or to the few friends that you have 
You will make a good parent, but 
one not terrtt|f Memlld IB 
offspring. 



itao 



FIFTY YHARS AGO TODAY 



Trnm Tti» rwilr BrItUh Colonist of 

Cbiialma* Doeoratlooa— The 
rai 



IS. 



«ireett of Vktori. hava aKumaS a »ery aaaaon- 
HhlM*^ i. Ik. -^..•^'"^'"V •lied to th« attraetlT. hollSar 

f-l. - remind th.. I» .p,u uTtZSS^ZTTnm 



.K. »'f»«»emenl W rraaor. formerlr of the Bank 0t SMMl OBIwMa ta 

f-,jr-»^.T.i?Z ISfLi*.. <l'«»hth«rla The form»r bank offkial of Vlo- 
JfN * ampathiai of Um c«m««aity viu aat ta 
«sr. see wn. wtmm la UMt sM ta* ai UMa uaa « ■ - - 




a for ttir )r,t »} HoM'» W"r» held 

sa la oauna far tbo Ualaiataro. 



W'lrk Completed The »ertion of the Tall Sataaa 
OQbUi. cini aaalaaor. ba4 booa 



U Mr. 



la. amraS 



TIfK DAILY CO I. MM ST. \ HiOKiA^aC TUESDAY. DECEMBER 19. 1933 



To Leave for East ^ 
Shortly to Argue 
Case for Province 

M^|or Imucs of Pirvviiicial Policy Create Deelre for 
Scttlcmiit of Mattel* Affeeting Federal- 
Avvinelal l|el«i<o«M 



F 



iINANCK. unemployment fVM, SfricultUra] marketing, 
state health and employment insurance, and other Pro-' 
vinctal policies which only a Federal key can unlock, are 
expected to be taken up hf PrWiier T. D. PattuUo with Fed- 
eral and Provincial QoVinHMtltt whiO.lM gOM £Mt at Um 
end of this month. 

rhf> I'M-iiiir: aiiiiounoed jaatcrrtsj British <'<>i>imbia, arul to remove 
I Mat he expected to leare Vletorla mlmnderatuuliiict whkb appsar \4 
(11 December 20. for an extended hai* developed In the ■Inii «f 
visiv In which ho hopes not only to 
mteitlov tbe fMml aoveramant. 
but also to find ttae to see many 
of the eastern provincial pranlera. 
He Will be Joined later by Hod ji.hi! 
Hart and some other nifMnixr oi 
the Cabinet, it whs in(1i< ftl«-(1 

ADVANCE &C. CABK 



Newly weds May Fly Northern Wilds I HflRF FUNDS 



Olrill bo b«s estsfchihed eontaet 
^itl^l^yiMieral and Provlndal 
Oo^MHntB concerned, rae Pre- 
mier defllned f-o state the precise 
objects of the trip, other than to 
eay It was to advance the case of 



ICaonwhlle, Iwssfo r, tbs 

Columbia Oovemmsnt has pledced 
ItMlf to a poller of wortc wtth wages, 

• funding to reduce provincial debt 
har^es health and employment In- 

•siiraiu es. and oth^M L'isues wlib h 
would rfHjuir*- h'tvlci iil lo-opfi atlDM 

A{ fht" i.iit-sct It 1.S not inilUcely, emphasized, desires to follow up the 
that Pa< it^i (iieat Bastern Railway 




<MPr SUmEM AND HOSIERY 



ABE NEEDFUI l**yNARD S SHgp store 



matters will also t)0 
Federal authorttlss. 
TO 

British Coiombis. 



wtth 



tho 



uou mould receive 

.the BEST! 




sdvaatace of tbe recent conference 
Of Western Premiers by seeing that 
othsr provineas. particularly in the 
■lit. hftvs a dearer coooiptlon o( 
tho pnblsaM and tasiios f aelnv the 
Wsst. Hm W*t. ho sold, had a f ar 
better appreciation of the East than 
the Bast had of the West, and mis- 
under-standlngs had groim la tbs 
pa-st from this fact. 

It Is to remove possibility of any 
mlaunderstatKllng in the present 
Instance, that the Premier hopes to 
see personally many of the Sastem 
Premiers, en route to a conference 
at Ottsfwa. whoa this has bosa ar- 
ranged. As to the atenda for dis- 
cussion with tbe Mdonl Oovem- 
ment, Premier PattttUo dSOBnoi to 
be drawn at this ttano. 



Watermarfs 

PENS PENCILS SETS 



We will guarantee yu 

A SALARY 

AM MNfl AS YM7 UVB 

55, 60 ar 65 



rVvFRY MAN drcsniH of the (lav v hrn Im 
can (jiiit work . . rrtirr in comfort . , . 
have leitoure to do tbe tiungs he lus always 
dreamed of doing. 

Are jou laying plans nnrr to rrfirc at 55, 
60or6.S? Ilavf rtnaii(." (l for • Mduy 
ior your y»*arH of reiiremeut? 

A Crkat-West Retirement Annuity is the 
mont natinfartory and profitable provision 
you can make. It offers you more income 
for less money than any other plan of 
Mwing. Your income cheques will l>e 
■Miled saeh month — and will continue 
to W p«U M long as y on livn. Yon will 
hrm nn laTKmsui miiilM. 

ft will paj you to plan now for your 
W»m on. If you postpone it even 
rtwotke aasMJ mttlaj wiU be 
Look oirer ths ooaqpleu p». 
ticulars of this plan now. Ng ^^ ftirn 
iMtandl tks 



WILL TEST OL'T 
SUCCESSION ACT 

Judges Decide to Delay New 
Applications Pendiny 
Early Appeal 



It l5 now expected that the ques- 
tion of t.he validity of the Succes- 
sion Duty Act will get to the Court 
of Appeal at the January sitting of 
that body. In the meantime, the 
Justices of the Supreme Court are 
not proposing to hear any further 
applications attacking that act. 

Announcement of this situation 
wa.s made In -Supreme Court Chum- 
Ijers, vcsterriay niornlnp. when H 
A M.u lean. K C , repre.se n tin n the 
' "-'ate of the late Stephen Jones, of 
•'lis city, renewed hLs application 
probate of the will, coupling 
w iih such an application the request 
ttmt executors should not be re- 
quired to undertake that responsi- 
bility for the taxes tanpossd. on ths 
ground that the act was mtn vtoos 
la this respect, as it constituted an 
indirect tax, which ws.n beyond the 
power of the Pro\:iu'c t<, mfoirr 

APPEAL IN PKOMIS CASE 

BSnry BaU. K.C.. for ths Attor- 
ney-Osasral. Intorjsotod the infor- ! 
motion that bo had reeoived a me.s- 
Isage to the effect that It was being 

.vmght at the January sitting of the j 
I Court of Api>eal to bring on the ap- 1 
i peal In the Pronn.-s ra.se, in which 
iMr. Justice D A McDonald had 
! ruled the Succes.sion Act ultra vires. 
I Mr. Justice Fisher said that over 
Ittie week-end he had ascertained 
I that this wss likely to be the oourse, 
and the Juatlees hsd decided not to 
hear any farther applications until 
It should be found whether the ap- 
peal would be taken. If this appeal 
In the PromLs ca.se were not taken 
at the January sitting, then the 
courts would be open to hear appli- 
cations such as the one represented 
by Mr. Msclean. 

COAST SHIP FUK 
SAIi BY IbNUtli 



R and Mrs. Robert C Stewart, 
shown In d) and (3), have 
left Winnipeg for Moose Factory, on 
the first leg of their Long trip to 
their home on Ungava Bay. The 
latter part of the trip nay be made 
by airplane. In (3) U shown an Ite 
kimo matron and her child who 
win^ Oie aiswarts' nearest neigh 



CITy RELIEF LIST 
SHOWS DECREASE 



November Mgures Reveal IS Per 
Cent Drop Compared With 
Month of isn 



A Offfl-kiiUWn maraihon rm>p #y 
trains on trapofruit. To got that 
tstra spurt, no doubt. 



Pot ttM thM month in 
sion, a decrease in the number of 
flunllles on relief was reported by 
E. O, Snowdeh. dty Klof ettear, 
when issutaif the flswss lot Wh- 
vember. 

Last month '.s list was 16 per cent 
lower than for the month of No- 
vember 1932. Jn October, a big 
drop was re|wrted, w hile Beptember 
saw the ai|*4MUUS^fhe year go 
Into effect. 

_ Total niunber of famUles on re- 
^ ^.M flftth wss 795. (Ls catn- 
pared with »47 test year. The av- 
ei-age allowanoo tO SSSll fSaiiy is! 

W8 a month. 



Welfare Associations Ex- 
pects to Reach ObieBtive 
With Larger Amountt 

Sevaral tone sobscHptionx are ex- 
pestod within the next few dax.s 
which will put the Greater Vu Ud ia 
Welfare AasoiM.ition .. campaign for 

*^i* hS^l "rnnMislaii^' 

yesterday ■OB^H'. StftSod 

Team capLains ai.- still turning in 
.small amounts, and these subscrip- 
tioiLs ve f aaoi ttia lot^i to 

127,834.23. 

Pollowluir Is a list Of subscrip- 
tions not previously acknowled::::^ 

Four knoiiyiaotta Sonatloiii. tW. b <■ 
H.pburo, 18; Mri. O V. Hwfcum. I in 
rfLK^ .F- ** Peinb«rton. U: niub«ih 
QruM. 150: EoclnMr-Commandrr T C 
PIUUlM, tS: H ailaw, IS: Growfrx Wme 
.""•".T; ^ Tanntr, deotUtrx 

value ISO; W A Hick, mMt TSlM tft: 
••Han Sun. box of applei. It; OMiUlwan 
Tuel Company, one cord of Or wood. t« SO 
Pick ^ Pack OrocerT. (rorerles. llijaniei 
Majrnard. ihoM, ISO: J. Bourka, n»ii, tie. 
The Ha»t Shop. ooaL »»: a. Bfar B«t«U. 
pot»to««. ISSO: O. W ' aiehar<Uon. 15; 
Vlctorl* CIlT Dairy rcmpuny. Ltd , milk 
value <ci.iu|.ii>.j,h1 i jjd Uror«e H 
Mather, frealj ema, no. H. Tlmb«rlake, 
eye glaMM. IM: Ommtm Wood * CMl 
Company, one load of wood, IT.K: OIUm- 
pla. Hart * Ootnpany, Ltd , 135; Tha ■«•• 
hive. I&; D W Burnett, $J6: A C Amaa 
* Company. Ltd., ISO; Mr*. A Stewart 
RoSorUon, M; B.C. Drug., Ltd. »2o Em ' 
aadooo'i Bojr ^OgBpapy, i«o.40 




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Eatevan to Have 

New Boih'i s ami 
Needed Repairs 



•St Mr. aai lira tmm Mavw. m. 



■■owipicnntn 

Under tha auspless of the Sidney 
rad^ Company, Mr, Douglas 
FUntoff displayed motion pictures 
at Staceys Hall, .Sklncv. recently. 
Notice of the plcture.s, winch were I ^ 



Tenders for the aunoal repairs to 
the Canadian Oovommant ship 
Estevan, will close at Ottawa. De^ 
cember ». the Vtotoria Otember of 

Sf*V***!? iJf* tMmd by of- 
floials of ths Marino ITiMiMmii 
hers. " 

The matter wa.s brought up at 
the meeting of the board of direc- 
tors of the chamber, yesterday. In 
" letter from the Victoria District 



^lefly of an educational nature, I Trades and Labor CoimcU sskinir 
had been .sent to all scluxils in the that the work of repairs be 'done to 
North Saanich di.stnct A large Victoria. The chamber hMben 
niuiiber of children and adults at- advised that the tsndsts sn eo^ 
tended a MTiall charge being made. Aned to Brltlah OOBImWiriK 
7^*J^S^*^ ^ donated to mainly in Vtctorla and Vsncwiver' 



the Worth laanieh WattsnO^ 

Europe has not ysw 
tom poUticaUy. though It certainly 
ha^^ooooBU8rtUr."-WUllam AlleE 



To 



The Citizens 
of Victoria: 



ricasc accept my sincere tliankN 
for the splendid support given 
mc at the CItIc Election 
Thursday last 

I.A.6. Brnvar 



on 



J 



ter for the week. When he sat 
down to tea one day, however he 
noticed that it was rapidly dlmln- 
-iMing, and at once called thS 
_^ attention of the landlady to the 

repair w*k"conrempi;:^Tl!hV I J,;^^^ ^i":'"'!}^ c»* have 
replacement of the boilers now 

lolng duty on the llKhthou.se tender, then at th« 

Iinen ai um OOt. he exclaimed: 
Hwlth a knife to make n 
Bnaff had done itl- 



and looWng lWn«*lI^ljUtter'^nd 





CHRISTMAS 



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Prince William. Laid Up at North- 
em Port, Was Formerly Gor- 



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i. R, Nleotosa. CUU,. Sraiwh Maontar. 
Tho Ors at-WSst lilo ' 



VANCOUVER, Dec 18 iCP)^ 
Another phase In the hl.story of the 
Canadian National Railway.s 
.steamer. Prince William, is about 
to be enacted. The little vessel, 
which for some time served on the 
Prteeo Rupert-Quoon Oharloite Is- 
lands run, is being offorod for sale 
by tender. 

The Prince William, ex-Aktlon. 
ex M-10, l.s a war veteran, havlne 
served a-s a (ierman mine .sweeper 
during tlie CJreat War Followiniz 
the war .slu' wa.s nani«'d the Aktion, 
,ind was iLsed in the East until Rh? 
va« purcha.sed by tlic Canadian 
National in 1838, and renamed the 
Prince William. The vessti was re->: 
fitted at Prince Rupert, hi that 
year for serviee hi Northern waters. 

During the past few years the 
Prince Wlllism has been tied up at 
the Northern port One of the 
condltion.s of her sale is Uiat her| 

'name mu.st be changOd SgOla, fOTj 

i the' third time. 

t The Prince William ha.s a dock 
length of 177 feet and a beam of 
twenty-four feet. Her registered 
tonnage is 408, gross tonnage 3S5, 
and not tonnage 180. She was built 
by Aictlen-aessellschaft Nspton at 
Rostock, Oermany, in Itlft. 

RELATIVE OF NOTED 

WRITER LIVES HERE 



' I tn plH^in<; SjiiiIh Cbins in our 
; lionie tlii.s yotir, arid like pf)od 
old Saint -\ick I always tr> to 
I fill up llie stockings with things 
I thai wil! plraso. That's about 

thr Ix'st thing father does at 

Christinns tini<\ 

"But this vear it Has easy. My 
wife and the children all got to- 
fff^ther and decidrd tlml, irisl« ad 
j of n gin to racli. they'd hk(> rnr 
to combine them aJl in orx- and 
got something we've wantiti and 
needed foT a Jong tinie-^ modem 
radio. 

"Since they'd nnnird the gift. I 
decided we'd all l.rdrr have a 
hand in choosing it. So out wr 
tnioped together, and came ho^c 
with this new Victor— W erei^- 

hxiy hnppy! 

"We've made sure ol our .Vferrv 
Christmas — and the same to all 
of you!" 




f#» riti 



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Probably few Vlctorlan.s know that 
the grandniece of the author of the 
'famou.s ( la.vsir Uncle Tom'f. 
ICabln." which will br prrscnti-d by 
Ithe Victoria Little Theatre. I>»rrm- 
ber 3S and 3t. at the Ftoyai Victoria 
Theatre, U a resident of this dty. 
'Mrs. Oharlss Rowell. of Oliver 
jStreet. Ii ths gfsndntsss of Mrs. 
Harriet D eeshSf MOWS, and Mis. 
Inoweil tells ■HoerMSMlIng stottes 

concerning Mrs. MOWS Snd iMT tSl- 

rnfed fainlly. 

'n-ironn'h Mrs. Rowell ^ ki i.<v<i<.iitv, 
\Ttv«. opluiia played by Mim IJalla.s 
Momor iiixon. will wear the beau- 
^lUul old lace cap which belonged to 
I Mrs. Stowp and has been la 



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prica, avch, up fr^ J|S 1 .GO 



Order your Freth Oytten early. Large Oysters, per pmt. 

Small Olympi c Oyatf a. >i-pint, flSf ; >(-piat 

Sliced Lunch Tongm, lb...28f 

English Brawn. ll> 15^ 

Gaintra' Superior Hams, ulioir 
T)r shanV rnH, !1) 



50f 



Lamb Chopa ^ lb. 

T-Bone Steaks U/ 18C 

Stewing Lamb, 11). „ 7^ 



22<|Chopped Suet, lb 15< 

Finest Quality Home-Made Mincemeat, 12 lbs>. lur 25^ 

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You Owe Yourself Protection Through 

Fire INSURANCE Automobile 

ELSIE B. RICHARDS 

J'^.lletropolitan Buildmf, Opposite 
PHONE EMPIRE 7722 



Three to Determine 
^^Natal Day" for Old 
Nova Scotia Centre 

Date of Aetaal Sydney's iFMudiug (inknoHii — 
iMmliiig History of Cape Bretou i own 
Comes to Light la Rcaearcli 

<OP> — Althon^la few months 3,398 moiv I^-.yaliMi. 
■"My ■ "Wa premMCt that the had joined Uu- Sydney coluiiy 

mjftlmf of 14f yaan* liandlnK u.sl nuiikc Muh .vnilfnunus in North 

to the esaat data of the fountlniK , Amn K it. Uu- .'^■tUt-r^ all w(.rlifd for 
of Sydney will be cleared ui). thrtf iii, (K>vfiimi»-iit in rlt-nrlnK »■ Ken- 
la every reason to bellev. a .shUs- I e-i al .slt<- instf-ad of earh man chuon- 
factoi v rivic ■'Natal Day ' uUl \»- \tin » mu- and building for himself 
in«uKUiat«<l Ihe dccLsion icsLs Th.' town w$us carefully planned on 
Willi .]\tiiyf Wulifr Ciowf. Com- ; )■( l uiai city line*, and afterwards 



In The Search for Beauty' 



N« Im« a Fril Sidk •! Fiiqr tfiii ri w fir Tmnt 

CHRISTMAS TABLE 

WINES - CHOCOI.A TKS CANDIES 
PRESERVED (,lN(,i:k S l OCKINGS 

CRACKERS RAISINS hl(,S - DATES 

WHOLE AND SHKl l.KI) NUTS 
FRUITS AND VPIGEIAHl.ES 

We Accept and Deliver Relief Orders Every Ddy 

SCOTT & PEDEN 

Phone G 7181 Cor. Store and Cormorant 



iiii.sv:i)iici K r. McKeen and Dr. 
w J Kgan, all local historiane of 
note, who have been appointed bjr 
the school board to set miiiit . dajr 
for ainroprlata racogBttlMi oC Syd- 
ney^ to an & t ot. 

I'tili'^s .stiu tUiifc,' iifw ("vidence 
.sliiHjld be tiiiiKHl up by tlic com- 
nuttt'r diii hu: it.s rri.oari hfs, it is i 
con.sidercd pi'>tjabiy the "actual 

dat^ ' rii(>i('«' will aarrwv tfava to 

three possibilities: 

May. 1784 When the flrst British 
settler iHiscd his log cabin OD tba 
bank.s (jt Muggah's Creek. 

September 1, 1716— Whan the 
Governor of Oape Braton, Major P. 
W. DeaBama. formally proelalmed 
the Infant capital and Invltad Un- 
mlRraata 

April tt, 1718 fSt. George's Day) 
— A.s nearer the time when Des A popular member of Emmanuel 
Barrea' settlers actually began op- Baptist Church choir, her pa.s.slng 



sranted In parcels to thqae who 
olaaffai It, and othem. Ibere was 
no loareltf al land, awi tha Ubttal 
ktoai of Om anny angtneers in 
wtgud to tta tiM are atlli ))rrp(>tu- 
ated In vartoua featuiai oi Uie old 
town larpttt. , 

Miss L. A. Miles 
Taken by Death 

Miaa Luhi Alloe Miles, daughter of 
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Miles, a«ed 
t\.wiii\ iwn years, passed away yes- 
terday at the family resldenot, ttK 
Shake. •.pcaie Street. She waa born 

In Neiaon and cane with bar par- 
ents to this eltr fa Itas. 





who cornea from Loodoo, is oaa of the 



naa not been fulfilled. Nita, 



^wriitoflll lolea in the movSeT^ 



eratlon.s on what Is now Buttery 
(or Barrack) Point, Victoria Park 



Would You Like 
$$fOOO at Afft^ 
607 



A Mvins of (lijhtly ten th«n 
SIO ■ month, invested in « 
Continental Private Income 
Polky will brins you S5,000 
ceth «( 60, or « mentfily 
income of $36. 

In the meefltime you will hevc 
proteoNon far yo«r loved ones. 

These rates are '^eted or* e^e 
95 end yog •!« pwt sttod from 
the momei 
it paid. 

Lat M pfepert you a pcneital 

proposition—write to-d^y for 
full information to cither oi 



STRESS NED 

All Types nf Food Are Re- 



ConUnental Life 

InaHMBee CMpasy 

Haad Office - Toronto 



Of tha three possible dates, the 
only one actually established by 
rxlstlng documentary evidence Is 
September 1, when De.sBaries, hav- 
ing cleared the land, erected build- 
ings and established a garrison, 
sent ont tba foOoving prdclama- 
tlon: 

"A tract^^ land covered wltti 
valuable timber extendinf sereral 
miles into the country, sltuatsd on 
the eastern sbota of Sydn ay liar 
bor, U MC al>*H and laU out'oin a 
plan calculated to- become an 
opulent settlement for reception 
and accommodation of families In- 
tending to carry on the fishery 
trade and tannery, and partlcidarly 

auired by Welfare Hamper l*^"!''''^^ for (^stabushing a whaung 

^ I busine.ss on a larpre scale. Pre- 

miums will be allowed at the same 
rate and for the .vime pe iods of 
time as have been allowed to like 
Loyalists In Nova Scotia, to com- 
mence from the day of their ar- 
rhral la the Oovaniment. when they 
win also laoslva a supply of imple- 
ments and materials for building." 

Sydney, however, had been In 
existence for .se\( ral month.s before 

this document was imstrd 

POUNDED ^ LOYAUST8 
The founders of Sydney were 
Loyalists trom the United States 



will be keenly fell by a large circle 
of frlend.s and acquaintances here. 
She Ls .survived bv her ixirentjn, one 
sLster, Mrs. Fred Parfltt (Duncan), 
and two brothers, Percy, in Vancou- 
ver, and William, at home. 

The remains are resting at Mc- 
Call Bros. Funeral Home, and tha 
funeral aervloes will be held 
on Wednesday afternoon at Em- 
manuel Baptist Chuwh at 2 o'clock, 
with Rev, Dr A 8 Imrt< 



City and District 



of the church, officiating, 
ment will be BMIde at 
Ometery. 



Congratulate Ofliical — w, T. 

Straith. vice-president of the Vic- 
toria Chamber of Commerce, was 
pa.stor ; congratulated by the board of direc 



Inter- 



Fund in City 



StANCH OFFtCJ 
( a*nk I "rnritl 



Gcntl«mrn PLlAjt Send mt lull inlor 
>n«tlon tbewt lii< (^Mtlneiittl PltwMC 
IncaoeNMey. '7 

^^^•^^^^tf»t^^»f%fttr 

ai»....^..^..A 



DM ydtt hear the atory of the two 
frtMrs in the etr itia wsBt past 
the autooMtle eitiials and were 
stopped by a aonstablef "I'm sorry, 
said the driver qulck*wlttadly, '^ut 
I happen to be a doctor, and Fm 
taking a patient to the n.sylum in a 
hurry." The ofticer was suplclous 
^nd looked penetratingly at the 
pa.ssenger. But he was also Quick- 
witted, and lonkuiK up at the con- 
stable with a .--eraphic smlle, whis- 
pered, • KUK.S ine, s t i fi e an t** They 
got away with It. 

Most people who are said to be 
aetlnc the fool, arent aoUaf. 



Women of the IMandly Help Wel- 
fare Hunptr Fund, ye st e i day, 
packed 100 hampers for dishrflRitlon 
to Victoria needy durlnc tha CBuist- 
mas period, and have only enough 
remalntaf for 160 more. It Is Im- 
perative, declared oAclals of the 
fund, that great quantities of sup- 
plies of aU kinds ba glvMl to the 
fund Inunedlately. 

Tanned goods, vegetables, and 
rsp( ctally candy for children. areP"*^ *'»P« Breton late in 

required for the hampers. It was ' ^^^^ J'^'*'' ^'^84. under the leadership 
pointed out. Canned fruit, too, I of Abraham Cuyler. formerly 

would be appreciated. Those wish- 1 '"ayo'" of Albany, N Y . and .since 
ing to contribute cash can do so. ^'^^ newly-appointed governor had 



Mrs, RiehartI Perry 
Summon p(i hv Death 
In Local Ho9pUal 



The hamper fund has facilities for 
obtalntng goods at wholesale prices, 
and aMBsjr aoBirlhutioni will be 
jMt -to good advantat*. 

AmOAf many goods needed, pota- 
toorlBtiis vegetable line, and eandy 
were holding up the packing yes- 

terrlay 

Tho.se Interested In seeing the 
work beliiK carried out are Invited 
to call at the Hibt><>n-Bone Building, 
Oovemment Street, and agtuh the 
packers In action. 

The fund, this year, has under- 
taken to provide hampers for l,ooo 
who would otherwlaa h«re a very 
blue Ohrtstmaa. Last year some eoo 
hampaia waia dtstrlbuted. but, ow- 
ing to tha aresent stress, the num- 
ber taaa itMB oonsldebably since 

iiaii 



not arrived, Ihe colonists spent the 
first Winter at Loui.sburg. 

In the Spring, under the leader- 
ship of DesBarres. who had already 
seleeted a site for his capNal, they 
moved hi a body to the present lo- 
cation and commenced the work of 
clearing the land. 



Mrs. Btabath Percy, aged fifty- 
three years, a resident of Cedar Hill 
Crassroad for the past twelve vear:i, 
passed away yesterday at the Royal 
Jubilee Haspital Born fei Scotland, 
she came to Canada sooM »»«»Tf ta fn' 
years aga 

Jf ""v**** »>y her husband, 
Richard Fercy; one son, Douglas, 
and one daughter. June, all at home, 
and her mother in Scotland. 

Funeral .services will bo conduct- 
ed tomorrow afternoon at Sands 
Mortuary Chapel, at 2 30 o'clock 
Rev. H. J Armitage officiating In>' 
t^-rnient will be made to^* 
Creek Cemetery. 

Company Gives 
Wage Increase 



tors yesterdajr on hto alaoUmi te the 
Fipimii Byaipaiay— Members of 



partment of tha Provincial Govern- 
ment, and the raeohiUons from the 
s»ml mate Board regarding tax- 
?^5? !Si!!!?*« untU the Muni- 
cjjl O iwiml sHea hag flM Hg re- 
port. 




A Giji jur tlie t umily .§ 

VICTOR 

RADIO 

Pay as tnu.li ot as Imlc a, you like for a radio 1m> Im 
.u.e , ha, vou Ket - Victor. ""it i. a SoJJ St 
-nuch (o, y,.n, (u.ure satisfaction. A VkSr modeTSS 

SS'ggir'**^ atoaMHic volume control a«d all other 



On easy terms 



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Fletcher Bros. 

^ (VICTORIA, LTD.) 

Douglas Street 





th.fcSJ^-ZZ!r '7!i*^P*" °' ^"^"^ ^ Sbanghal-The Brit- 

iif.5Sff? Victoria , Ish Chamber of Com^l. I 



Chamber of Commerce "■yesrerd;y ' sAWh^'hu^d^ 
g«ed a.re.so.ution of sympathy witJ ' Cham'£? o^"c £^ * 
George I Warren secretary of the age perwns frcTSSTtTsSSiai 

in search of amniMvmmf 



board and ))iiblirity "^"^ tsslflner 

in the loss of his wife. ' 

Favors Boxing Day— The boaid Of 

directors of the Victoria Chamber 
of Commerce yesterday passed a res- 
olution favoring the principle of 
Boxing Day as a hcdidav in Victoria 



search of mnployment. A letter 
»ad at the meeting of the board ..f 
«Ur«ctora yesterday made it quite 

Clear that there was a large num- 
ber of BritLsh cltizeas out of work 
there, and being cared for bv British 
organizations. Tlie Shanghai cham- 



"1 don't know whither I ought to 
recognize him in tha Ol^ or not. Our 
acquaintance at tha BSashOaS was 

very slight." 

"Vou promised to aanjr Mto. did 
you nott" 
nras. tat that WM an." 



LADYSMITH, D^o 18 _ m 
Christmas message to the employees 
of the Victoria Lumber A: Manu 

do ... fh„ Company, received here 

— , - "** was the I today, j. a. Humblrd nr*«M««* .># 

idgnlflcance o( the date..r?pu-ded the company, ^;;^;unce,'aTi^^ 

of approximately 10 per otBt In- 
crease of present base rata* latio- 
active to December 1. TtiiA wage 
increase wlU affect nearly i,ooo 
workers In the mlU and camps, and 
is the " — ' 



that in subsequent yean It 

tlrely disappeared. 

The town site was staked out on 
an elaborate plan by the army en- 
gineer, Tait, and banncks com- 
menced for reception of six com- 
panies nf the 33rd Regiment, which 
the command of Lleut.-Colonel 
Yorke. According to a faithful 
chronicle of the expedition, Yorke's 
men, as well as omcera of the ehrfl 
Government, had long to reside in 
tents and shanties of the meanest 
dsecrlption 

ATTRACTED SETTLERS 
DesBarves estimated the total 
populatkin of Cape Breton Island 
at data of proclamation, 1718, at 
•00, but so effective was his primi- 
tive •M" for settlers that within 



Vmusouver Shipping 

VANOOUVBR. Dec. 18 (CP> —Ms 

ailverhaael U in port to Dintrwall,' 
Cotts Se Company to load fiour 
general and canned salmon for the 
Philippines, Straits SetUements and 
India. 



WINTBRPROOP YOUR CAR WITH MOBILOIL ARCTIC 





tlu 



^^^^LifUjl lot/ 



What's the story fotaf to b« wlMn tlls 

came is over ? Will you get an easy start 
tor home, or will you have to leave your 
car standing in die lot wifh the other 
orphana of tha night? Thgra*! onavray 
•o be certain. Get a Cfankcase full of 
that good, double* range * Mobiloil 
Arctic. It givca you insunt lubrication 
•ad qukk ataftiiig in any kind of 
waadicr. MobUoU Aictk maans dollsis 

saved in gas, oil and rcpaira. DflVS Im 
today for a drain and ro'&ll. 

Mobiloil 
ilictic 



* Mobiloil Arcricdt* 
culaMS instantly at 




Canad.i shipptaf Company, Ltd 
has Ms. Beranger In port to load 
4^ tons or wheat andikneral fw 

Kirope 

Ms. Tampa Is In port to Canadian 
Transport Company, Ltd., to load 
wheat and lumber for DWted KIm- 
dom. 



J^utlon was carried S^^V'S,.:!^^,^ 

^"'^8 »n that city, andSiSS? S' 

Federal Member Here -No polltl- " ' 

cal significance i.s to be attached to 
tlie visit here yesterday, of Hon. Ian 
Mackenzie, M P . Premier Pattulk) 
said, after the Federal membw 
caUed on him during the oourse of 
a lirlef vMt to the city. 



Elecled-WUUam Bow ol 

y^?*'?S^' *^*<=t«<l pre.sident, 
and Hubert Savage, <,f Victoria 
vice-president of the Architectural 
Institute of British Columbia, at a 
meeting of the council In Vancou- 
ver^ Members of the council elected 
at the annual meeting were: S M 
Kvplelgh, honorary secretary- r' 



GRAY LINE CABS 

aARDEN 4151 

Offers New L6w Rates for Christmas Shoi)ping 

miles CJO^ 



13^2 miles 25<^ 31/2 

. ™!|*" ?5< 4 miles 70<^ 

' 5* mite. 90^. 

»i.oO per Hnui- Inswed Carritrs 



Market Firna-The whoieeale egg 
Biorket in Vaneouvcr advanced 2 c 

a doaen. yesterday, and althouKii i,nrf kJ.^^'^ — »ct«i«ry; r. 
the local market is reported very ^^"^ tjeasurer; E. B. Mc- 

flrm. dealers here repottno actual I wwSlr.r"^'^^^". H. 
rise as yet. The butter amrkit k I^^H„ '^*^**^J^'^ vic- 
also reported firm. ^ Navln and 

w. r-. uarainer, Vancouver Prof 
P. B. Bu^ was named repcesenta- 

l^u.°L"- 

HOSPITAL HOLDS 
ANNUAL BAZAAR 

Ceajmrnrity Festival Arranged by 
■oig'B Daughters' Hospital is 
Splendid SaeeSH 



— Mrs. Eneanor Paton 
who had been fined, in the jwllce 
court, for an a.ssault. changed her 
mind about serving time rather than 
paying the fine, and. after having 
been allowed a week to consider 
the matter, deposited $15 in the po- 
Iloe ooort to wipe out the offenoe. 

Will Take Appeal— Following the 
dismissal of the application for ball 
In the ca.se of Lee Kim, on Friday 
evening, by Mr. Justice Plshsr, In 
the Supreme Ooort. O. R. omi- 
loran yesterday took steps towards 
taking of an appeal to the Chief 
Justice In the 



each wii£ add tb the 



Sehool Concert — The 

West School will hold a 



Ss. Newton Beech Is In port to 
Anglo^anwlian Shipping Company, 
Ltd., to load %m tons of wheatand 
bolaaoe haher far Uhlted Xtefw 



WWOAJf, Dee. I8.-A most suc- 
Vlctoria ' fessful community bazaar was held 

Wednesday evening at 8 ocUunf 1^1^!^^' 
whlch a collection will be taken to ^ ■"•njoon. In aid Of the King's 
provide Christ iiiius cherr for needy ^^auphters' Ho^ltal. Mr. K. W 
fnmilie.s in the district. The concert , Neel. president of the Cowlchan 
also will be given at S O'Mc & " ^wicnan 
afternfHiti. 



Hoapltal AasodaUon, took the op- 
portunity o\ thanking the Ro^ital 
W.A. for the very excellent aid they 
had given the board of dIredSS 

mttOdlMed Mrs. C. H. Dickie, who 



Tlie teaksr. La Flacentla. was in 

f'^-^'nfl to discharge 
7g,000 barrtis of crude oil at Shell- 
bume. 



^ greater Illusion than 
the Idea that force pays."— Ida M 
TsrbelL 



,T?^ y**r eeaiage and yoiu* 

mirror to the window— examine your 

J^flJ?*SlI.*?!f55.* «»>«hlne-what 
, J?" 15?' Father Time s flnger- 
prlnUt That does not matter! But 
ugV diSflgurluK hairs and moles do 
because they are utterly dlsenchant- 
tag Happily they win be removed 
with absolute and perfect safety 
Call for ixxikiet MlM Hanman. 503 
Sayward Hide Phone o 7642. 

The Aimplrst and qiilrkcst way to 
-solve the Christmas and New Year 
Greeting Card question Is to aelect 
from our many samptas. ahd we 
will print your grsettng with name 
and addrees at short noUce. See 
uatoday. Tha GWonlel* tSll Broad 
Street 



To Lecture. Hedneaday— Rt. Rev 
C, Eaton Lloyd will give an illus- 
trated lecture on "The Early Brtt> 

ish Church," tomorrow evening, at - _ 

8 o'clock, in St. Paul's Parish Hall, opened the baiaar' 

Sj'BrtSih ChiSTai ta^ £' "^t ^"^^ ^'••^onned for the 
atUiStSfflSSr ™^ to occasion with Christmas greenery 
Miena mu le cture. and the attractively decoratodsSSk 

ApSMb fer Support -AH 'fi3i°!f.^ "^P* ^ • boiae- 

Hundleby, secretary oTlhe citizen" • ^ » "^^vtaf tcaSi aO aflgr- 

Recreatlon Rooms on lower Fort ' 

Street, yesterday addres.sed the Legion W.A. pl^ stall was In 

Chamber of Commerce directors and of Mrs. j. l. a. Glbbs and 

appealed for .support of a concert to ^ ^ Ha.s.vll; St. Mary's W A 

be held in the Shrine Auditorium on "'"''dlPwork stall was In charge of 
January 19. to raLse funds for the in- ' ° ^- ""Pklas and Mrs. A 6 
stitution. The board fully endorsed I Westhoime WUL had a 
the work of the Institution and also '"'^H&neous stall under Itia. L. F 



„ . . . T'^' Mm. Stmlty B^UwiH 

in Choosing Fmu Austral i.,n Port in preference to forelM'wlHt 
you show practical patriotism. You support Empita indogfrf Si 
at the eama dmc j^tt a port 
which cannot he- C(jualled 
in quality by foreign wines 
— fxcept at a muc£ higher 
price. You pay less for Fmn 
Australian Port because it 
enters Canada undatfttvoocw 
aMc impaglal Coateaoce 

t,l I 1 ti s. 

Mil 

- $1 00 

26>ot. Bottle 

EMU 444 • EMU 999 






Solly and MUs Foster; the Hospital" 
WA. a novelty staU under Mrs. H. 
W. McKensle and Mrs r a 
Thorpe; the First CowicJmn Ran- 
gers KM SWeef.s, In charee of MLvses 
P. Dwyer, D BLschlager. L. Murchle 



Bridge River 

aasayers within the 



inoe foUowa 



Alts, TSO Hart Street, have 
their UMMU nne display of Christmas 
cards, water colors, etchings, and 
Khglish prints. Oiwij Owani 
ment Street. 

I J^oal Coant, Today Final count 

S»»glWi Sacks, all wool.lof ballots cast In Victoria City and 
from 50c; ladl^.s' .sUk .stcH kln«s, $l 40 Vancouver Centre ridings at the re- 
and $1 00; the.se are replaced if they cent deferred polls In the nrovlncUI 
run Men.s home-mnde aocka, »5c. - pwuiciaj 



gave its patronage to the ooneert, 

FeaUval Obaerred— The Fleast of 
Dedication was observed by a spe- 

f«**.-J*"^<* *" synagogue by 
Victoria's Jewish colony on Sun- 

SJT'-J??*** **• condiK t.d E. Langlols, D Ford, b LambVrid 

ri^TiH^*^'""^'*"'' J^n<ll»y: Cowlchan Chapter 

children The . r lebrHtion ronunem- I O.DX. sold Chrl.stma.s cakesISS-' 
orates the moral and spiritual vie- <1ame« A. D Mustart. C R. Down. 
1°^, *" succeeding m man. W r Ru.v«!11 and Mia. H 11 

the service I lo<*ed after the oontest; St. Ed- 

Boclety had arranged 

Pass BHtUh < olumbU Terta-All Ito JE^'^-if 
three candidates who wmS^C^i sl!' J?" J?^,: " ^arsh 

provincial aaaajeil' %iSS..iSS^r Sfi' ^ ^ Johnson. Mrs. A B 
here, last JSS^ZmSa^^^^- ^I" ^ ^ Kathleen 
It waTimiSSSd ^SJf* ' Pl*"t »tall 
bv D w WhittSSr^ ' Z^."**''' ^^^^^ <he direction of Mr. w 



^ r!.!?/^'?;""!? "* iL"*? published or displayed by the Liquor 
_ControI Board_or by the Gewernmcnt of Brltlah Columbia. 



Temple at 
of Ood 



Beautifully decorated XmaB 
caken from $100 up. Xmas 
cske, almond iced or plain. 40c 
lb. Cherry Genoa cake, almond 
iced or plain, 30c lb. Almond 
|cmg, 35c lb. Xmas shortbread, 
large, 25c: •mall. ISc each! 
Mince pies. 25c dox. Cherry 
Genoa cake. |1.S0 par S-lb. sUb. 
Eng i.h pawtd egfae. 7Sc esch. 
Bnghah spoaM cakes, 20c doz. 
Our special tills week is stollen 
loaf at ISc. 



Mitlirt-Allbridge i $19.00 

Ills aMtlaa K( .1 ... >! 




Rsfular |40 Suiu for 
Only 



Many New Malcrlais t* 



The Beehive. Fort Street 

Women's Canadian Clab. Annual 
bridge and mah JOBg, MkVUary 1 

Empress Hotel ' 



English ThTM-Piece 

tl 50, $19.') 
Yates .Street 



"Pioneer Womrn of Vanconver 

Island •• ."-.liitflbV rhri.-;! mas gift. At 

I'- «.■ .0 



today. In 



Imported Walipapera - »ew lOW 

prices Harkneai * Son. til Pan- 
dora Avenue 

PaMcy Cleaners naa Dyers. We 

caiiandMim. wtmrnotm. 



election, will commence 
the cMM^ of Victoria the proesH may 
require .several days, as then were 
twenty -three candidates for the fOnr 
sMts in the LegUtatata. Abeentee 
«kts east OB the Mainland for 
CMWildalso here have also to be 
added In. The count in either centre 
ta^wjMoqgejrted to change the pres- 



helptog. 

TimKEY coMPrriTioN 

Vimy. Cobble Hill and Cowclhan 
Womens lastltutes had mlsceUan- 
eous arMrips foi .^.alo by Mrs T C 
Robson. Mrs, A Rey, MlS. 1. Lam- 
ming. Mrs Wilkin. Mrs. Cleough. 

O' A. Tledall and Mrs. F. b 
?*rteny: aM (M. Feter-s and St 



Sunset Chapter, Order of the East- 1 
ern Star, made a generous donation I 
of linen. 



Prize winners were Mrs. D. Wood 21 



ehaifa of Mm. H a 

F. W. Stanhope and Mrs. P Sweat- 
man. Mrs. H N. Watson and Mrs 

O. T. Smythe looked after the tur- 
key cf>mp^tiUon. The turkey was 
-m, 1 , /lonated by Oolooel H. D. Mc- 
n^,„^i4^ . w — ''•^"'"'•vf Laughlin. and netted 190 la. Mr n 
committee of the Chamt,er of Com- 1 Dopping VmimSS^SSU. ^'Sit 



'Westhoime). Mies Ttoortum. Mlsa 

Anketel-Jones. B. C. Hawkins. Mrs. 
C. B. Mains. Mrs L Taliwt - West- 
holmei. Winni.- Hutch-son Wil- 
liam Mc<}lll rvoubou), Mrs J 
v,^' , ^nrown. MlAs H. Stewart. Mrs. 8 

to hoid a very Kler rVoubou), Mrs. H. C. OroaS- 
ro<Kl stHll in kleg iUU» Cowlohwi), Mit aTSjI 
Coiii.„n Mr. berg .Camp Sis), Mi/iST RibertT 

KIrkham, Domthy Cook 
'Toubov). MMi If. Kobertson. Miss 



Charlie Hope 



I4U Govt. St. 




.. . ■ - — sy. J J Ma 

noay, Mrs. R. L. Olbiion. Mrs 

Frevost. Miss 
Richards 



WOOD and COAL 
^. L Mgitr I test 



BMde eaah 



iTJl'.t!:."' " ^""^ ''^ Dogwoods <Wer.'LOM: 

chairman, reported progress on two ""Y^' wjmm^ 

matters at the meeting of the bond 

of directors yesterday. The ecnailt- 

tee advised the board timt It eouM 

not eaproM an opinion eeneeralna 

Jw adaimntnttoo of tha omm oT 



having stalls 



hamper Mrs 
ran an Mm Bi.s<»ett, Mr« 8wan Mrs. 
to. ' ^ were win. 



Inst' 
St Johns 



H I 

H Huby, MisH p ' John 0)bb, of the 
MK^ N Blyth* won a rendered invaluable assUtance 
Lashmar a blanket. aemtiMV^ nt^t^ ir. • 

•eaMerea circle. King s Daughi«n« 
f*** vary valuable help by under* 
taUag the serving of the tea. 



*on a riMhloa. 



united Church W a the Cowlchin'of'^the ' h J'^ZTJ^'^'^^' 



The 



i 




's a gentleman. 

Really? 

?»..^bf uaai the 




C/tiirrh Parade 
Hi 'Id by (wtddps 

AiSu Andrew^s\ 



Youthful Riders to Take Part in Winter Horse Show 




Mtii- htindrpd ( imdc.'i 



r 



More ttuiii 
end Br . n . 
trict at I m il i>araac- ai til. 

And; «■ .■ . ' i . ' ■ m ( .'mi < h 
Sunday. Wiit-n a special Chrletm&s 
.•oi-vlce was conducted by Rev. H. 
P. S. LuttrcU. RepreaentattvM wm* 
preacnt from Uie Ut Victoria Wtit 
RMftr OoBVMr. aan Vletorte Wtst 
Oukto OompMy, Ith Victoria West 
C3ai|Muiy. Tth Vlctorta West Com- 
pr.ny and ith Victoria Wwt Cnm- 

r.-ny. 1 • Vii t„ii;i W. >• HiiiwiiH- 
r ck. Ti !!t am Fack, Kjiquunall I'ack, 
rnd the ChlaMt PMk WW tStO np- 

1 T enled 

The Brownie.s took up their posi- 
tion;! in th? north and south aUles. 
followed by the Guides, who marched 
lii to occupy the centre aisle. The 
c-»lor parties, In charge of Miss A 
Sk.ewart WilUams, advanotd MMI 
liv«red tlMlr itaiidMds MM' 
bOBdi of ICr. Lultrell. 

SIMTLB 8EBVICB 

Ihf .service was a very simple 
o.ie. The National Anlliem. "Hark 
the Hi'iald Angels Sing." "Come, All 
Ve Pdlthful, • and "Tlie Plnrt Mo- 
well," the Christmaa carols Aomb 
by th« chlldrea thenuelVM. were 
bung: a ■hon pnytr and raading 
fron tlw aeripluni vm flvtn. and 
frt addresa hf Mr. iMtlrta, dsaUnt 
rilh the spiritual iilimlflaiim of 
the Christmas festival, and llhis- 
trated with stories, was llstrncd to 

V Ith deep nttenflon The Ouides 
I irii rp]V'irr>(i the C'lUidf promi.sr. 

Mrs Howard AicJnbald. di.strlrt 
f rjmmivslonrr: Mrs. Kyrle S\mnn.s 
r:r>sldrnl. and Mrs O Watts, vice 

f.sid:'ni of liip local a.s.soclation 

V rr? present, and many 
the m ov a m e nt attended The spe- 
»• .nl Christmas service for Guides 
T .id Brownies of the Roman Catholic 
fnlth was poatpcoad until next Sun- 

vaul ehapol o( Ot Ann's Oonvantat 

<'3© p.m. 



T 





SOOKE 

The annu!il meeting of the Sooke 

and North Sooke Wonan's Xnstl- 
tuu- was held In iMaUMr^ Tte 
t^<»n. Mia. H. MMk praldML. The 
elaotlon of olBosrs reaultad as fol- 
lows: Prcsldant. Mrs. j Fonest 
vice-president. Mrs. P f.rav: .mm. 

tary. Mrs W C'.iiiis i-xcciit iv*' Mi' 
H «la, k ttiid Ml;, (j n ,j,,ih-,- a 
voU' of thank..s wa.s pu.s.>-c,l to Min 
H .Slack ttif retiring president., 
ArriinKtiiifiit.s tor the Christmas' 
eiittTtainniMi' by sooke Sivarlorl 
School. Ar:. -uade, Mrs. P. Gray 



SAFEWAy STORE 

V pisipuiciioh WiiHour VkAsii- 1 



Special Rates 

To Churchea and Othar 



ON CHRISTMAS CANDY 

in Quantity Lots 
SEE US ABOUT YOUR 
TURKBYI 



(Mn-,!- I M A 



wlux, sioKfs. i.TD.. 7M r*H at. 



: «ra. JT. uny 

and Mrs. w. Cains baliic l»DOiDti J r*"*'" undtr the auspices 
to puNhMa tlw ftfli. T— f-»^ ^u.^ — 



^nffiem Young People 



. Hfc^ Novcliy, Winter Horse Show, at the Willows tomorrow tii»t.» Dromiao tn h* nn f .v. - — n»oto«r»ph by 8«v«uo»ij. 

.s-sociation. i ot spectacular and exciting events Special interaat win ba taSTta the youn«r D^?t'ic?n.ntl TnT'lK "1 fJ"'"' °^ Christmas season, and the pcDgramma haa a variety 
friends^of|one ol the partic uU riy^attCTCtiva ^h^^E^t of the chJ^eHr. Tho wn T.T , ."^ ! ,'^^^1" ^ ™rS.^.l*'J^.r*»^*!» i*'*''^*^^ t«ke 

Rachel Jukes, Susan 



SSS^5L^*?I "i.^"*^ cnudren are shown in thr , Dhotoaraoh lo>l»«r. \Iu T^'SZi. 

JtotaMwasnald. Pe„y Gerrard, Veryan Yarrow. tBtl^ CySSTYa^^. iSa icSJi 




Sand Your 

HATS 

TO 

New Method 

CLEANERS & OYCHS 



Oak Bay W.M.8. 

The annual me<Hnu: of the 
W M S. of the Oak IJav United i 
1 Church wa.s tield recently at the 
I home of Mr.s Swltzer. The officers 
I elected for the coming year were as 
follows: Mrs. Swltser. honorary 
president; Mrs. BOpkina, prsiident; 
Mrs. Sinclair, flnt Viea-presldent; 
Btrs. MUbum, seoood vlce-preal- 
dant; Mrs. Gardner, secretary; Mrs. 
Cordlner, treasurer, and Mrs. Orm- 
Iston, corresponding serretary The 
presentation of a life membership 
fcrtlflratp to Mrs Cordiner was 
made c;iatil\ing reports were 
pit'.spnted by (lie various commit- 
teefi. Mrs. Fraser, who has spent 
maay years as a mlsaionary In 



COME AND SEE 



Trinidad with her husband. Dr. 
StnoR Prasei. was thv fDHR 
speaker. 8ha MA what was being 
done there lorlhe Indians through 
the mlsslnnartai, supported by the 
WMA aodotlaa or Canada. UtUe 
Edna White was dressed in the 
native Indian child's costume, 
which created tnurJi interest. Mrs. 
Graham took charge of the devo- 
tional period. Mrs Clark and Miss 
EsteUe Clark rendered a duat. ao- 
conpMtfid by Mrs. Bacloti 

* • • 
Langford Guild 

I A well-attended meeting of the 
' t Matthew s Guild was held at 
the home of the jiroakknt, Mn. H. 

A. Hlncks. Mrs. D. B. P. Bullan 
acted as secratary In the absence 
of Mrs. Mkodonald, who was unable 
to attend. Several hand-painted i 
Chris tmas cards have been .sent toj 
former members of the guild now 
residing in England. Mrs. W. A.' 
Walker, who ha.s returned from a 
visit to .Scotland, was welcomed 
back by intinijrr.s Tea was served 
by the hostess, assisted by Miss 
Stella Hincks. The annual meet- 1 
!ng of the guild wiU ba hM on 
.ranuary 11 at. tlia iMMM Of ICra. D. 

B. F Bullen. 

• • • 

Sooke W.A. 

Under the ausploos of the Booke 
branch and the Saseenos branch 

(.f the WJL to the M.8.C.C. of Holy 
Trinity Church, Sooke, a dance was 
held in Sooke Hall on .Saturday 
vening Pri/o.s were won bv Mis 
i(r. Thioup. Mi.s,s Metty .Simp.son, 
Mr. C<x>ppr. of Victoria, and Mr. A. 
Richardson Stalls of Cliristmas 
• iftv pijints and bulbs helped to 
make the affair a financial auooess, 
a aubatanttel sum belnc roaUasd. 

St. Paal'a W.A. 
The annual meeting of St. Paul's 
A. was held in tha Parish HaU. 
rhe rector, Jlav. Alan Oardlner. , ^..«„, 
foflk tha chair. The sum of $188.65 m-?i^1 °' 
was ralaad during the year and ' S?"^*^^!!"*"!*"' ^ 
S15.25 for the EC D and thaS "^^^ 

"fTcring. The sun, of $5 wa.s voted °; ^ 

m addition to the annual nledne m^t!"".:, ^ ^ Mullln. Mr. 
I of tf,0 and all other liabilities paid.lKP^J.S??*^^'' " " 
The officers for 19.!4 were elwtedlJJr JTm^^o " 
!by acclamation, and the next meet- l?;i,d''''r'Vicha;r 



at SiM pM. 



TODAY'S RECIPE 

' I ^ HEACLS iMftr Pudding— 
*■ Half a pound of flour, 
Mlt. ona taas p oo nf ul baking 
powder, throo ounces grated 
suet, ona ounoe butter, milk 
and treacle or golden syrup. 
Put the flower into a ba-sin. 
add the baking powder and a 
pinch of .salt. tJien rub in the 
suet and butter, and mix to 
a paste with the milk. Roll 
the paste out on a floured 
board so that it Is of medium 
thickness, and line a buttered 
Pte diah anttialy with it 
Spread some treacle over the 
bottom and cover It with a 
thin layer of paste cut the 
same size as the ixitiom of 
the pic dish, then add more 
treacle and more paste in tJic 
.same way until the di&h is 
full, ending with the paste 
Bru.sh lightly with water and 
pinch the e<lges of the paste 
together. Sprinkle with white 
sugar and bake in a quick 
oven for an hour. Sorvs In 
the same disli.— Prudence. 



AT PALAIS DB DANIB 

The Christmas spirit infected tlie 
quests at the Palais de Danse. on 
i-aturday. when a huge cracker wa.s 
op.-iipd during the oourae of the 
f vrnuig. and each of the guests was 
presented with ona of the smaUer 
craekoM ooatalnad within. Further 
entartalnmant wna provided bv 
"Matia" OrifBn. a clever student of 
dancing, under Violet Fowke.s. whose 
•crobatic dance received consid- 
erable applause. 

Among the guests were Mr. James 
Nesbitt and a party 



Uduelet. Long bead) 

Mr Pierre Maloo, ct IbllaOk has 

left for Victoria. 

• • • 

Major E. B. Ffeost. ot Albaml. was 
a recent visitor In UdtNlot, an xonte 
to othar Wsat OoasI potata, 

• • • 

Mr. MfeMsU. district forest ranger 
was In Ueluelet on his way from 
Clayoqual' lo Altand, via Um 

Beach. 

• a « 

Rev. J. Leighton was a recent vlai- 
; tor in Uohielet. and left for Tbflno 
I ... 

A successful dance was held to 
raise money for the Ucluelet Christ- I 
mas fund^ A lai«a crosM attanded 
and . deUi^tful nuiile waa Manllad 
by tU local orehastra. """•^ 

• . « 

Mr. P, McGregor, of Kenfalls, has 
left for Vlctorta, where he wlU visit 
his parents for the holiday season. 

Langford 

Mr. and Mrs. James Pyfe. ac- 
companied by thetar three children 
from Milladtevllle, IlllnoU,. are 
vlsicwa of Mr. and M^. P. A. Moir 
Langford Lake. 

TbB flnal card party of the pre- 
Phristmaa series, under the aus- 
pices of the Langford Women's 
Institute, win be held in their hall 
on Dunford Road on Wednesday 
Special prize.s for the highest scores 
w(»i (luring the whole series will be 
awarded during the evening fiav- 
erml eoatait prlMB «tU ba |t««B. 



A 



bonaflt dance was 
held in the Qualicum Beach Com- 
munity Hall by the Qualicum Beach 
and DLstrict Football League In aid 
of w Alexander, a Bowser chib 
player, who sustatnad a broken tat 
in a recent game and is at flMoiBt 
in Nanalmo hoqdtaL There was also 
* **** "^"n*" being p 

Morgan, Qualicum Beach, a turka:- 
Ted Parker. Qualicum m-ach, ^a 
goose; Margaret Mennip, Da.sJiwood, 
a pig; J B Sutherland. Vancouver, 
a chicken; OeorKc .Smith, a cake 
C.. Wilson. Parksvil! ', tin of coffee', 
and N. A Kennedy, Qualicum Beach 
a box of apples. The orchestra's 
services were donated for the <huioe 
by a popular looal orehastra. Re- 
freshments wars servod during the 
ewmlng. Mr. M. Otondajr. president 
of tha league, thanked the chairman 
and committee, who had so ably or- 
Sanlaed the dance; also the orches- 
tra for its .services, and all workers 
who had a,ssist- <l in making the 
dance a .success The uncut cakes 
that were not nrortpd ^.^re sold by 
Mr. A. N Fra.ser and brought a good 
price. Quite a consideraMa m was 
raised for the object. 

TURKEY DBIVB 

A Christmas partner whlft turkey 
drive will taka plaoa this evening In 
the socUl rpoms, Campbell Build- 
ing. There WUI be twelve turkeys 
for tha whist prlaas and a conte.st 
Placers will bo flvon contest tickets, 
nis game wiU nnmmanoa at t ao 
o'eloek. 



LANGFOBD 
An Anglican Young Peopla'a As«* 
NcK iii'. 11)11 Aius fonned with Bev. A. 
M. Acheson-Lijrla 
lowing nfllfdn 

<l«nt. BatinaU Baabrooke: vice 



Prf^dsntS, M. Btena. M. Hlncks; 
"•cratnry, Irene Peatt. and trea.s- 
urOTt AlftPad Peatt. January g was 
tha dbto flxad for the next m 



— — , of the 

Langford OXJP. Club was held in 
tha formar at. Aidan'.s .school 
Three tablsa of brid,?e and two of 
five hundred were in play, the prize 
wlniiers being: Bridge, rtrst lady. 
Miss Connie Smith; first man, Mr. 
R. M. Heggle: con.solation. Mr. E. 
Chapman, live liundii d, first lady, 
Mra. R. Cailow. first man, Mr! 
Goodmanson Two other ^jfurtal 
, Itie fol-iP'*?^,^ won by Mr. B. OhMman 
alaeted: Pr«si- *°<* Ooodmanson. Rafnsh* 
manto wars aarvad by Mbsdames 



LAWGFOBB PAWIT 
Um tUfd of 



mUm 9t oard 



****** spencer, 
WINS CAKB 

The cake donated by Mrs Sin- 
clair, and dis|io,scd of in aid of the 
"Dr O. M. Jones Chapter I O.D.E 
was won by Mrs. H. Cibbs. U6 
Alpha fitfeet. ' ^ ' 




IT TASTiS S WELL': 
say the young folks 




SAVE THE PIECES 



The I HOR Washer and Ironcr 
Combination 



lust One Only at This Price 



Brand 



New . . . Neat, Compact ,,.$U5 Complete 



' A\ a.sli and iron with one 
machine." That may sound 

f.Tr-fcf rhrd. hnt with tlic 
TIIOK Wa.shcr-Ironer it 
becomes a reality. 

When the washing is done 

vf.ii rrinove the wringer 
—attach the irDner in its 
place — sit down and iron. 
It's as simple as that. 

The Ironer heats in 4 

iiiimitcs that's as fast as 
in ordinary iron — and it 

Ba Sure to See Thic 



irons faster than any 
machine you've ever .seen. 

In addititin to the low- 
price, there is a liberal 
trndr-in allowance for your 
old washer. 



|ing will be lirid on Januaiy 9. 

.fnbiler Junior W.A. * , 

Members of the junior UTA. to 
the Jubilee Hoapital wtt daoorate 
fourteen trees at tha bo^ltal on 
Thursday mominf. Any members 
willing to assist are aakad to be in 
the ssunroom on tha flnt floor, 
south, at 10 o'clock. 



Cieorge. Mi.s.s 



Graham. Mis,s M Kent. Miss Doreen 
Daniell. Mr T Brown. Mr. and Mr.s 
McCafTert. Mr and Mrs. O Nelll, 
Mr. and Mr.s. SimpBon, Mr. O. H 
Graham, Mr. McL?od, Itisa Pat Bo^ 
mick (Chicago), Mr. TWnr Thor- 
burn. Mlsa "Buntr Huby. Miss 
Jtouda Worthington. Mr. Gilbert 
RMor. Mr. WUfkad Davia and many 



By HANNAH 

Part of the fun of the holidays Is 
the gay fMtlve air aehieved by 
Christmaa daooraUons. Thev can 
P"* MP » week before Christma.s 
?• ••f^'f' up until New 

^^'^ D»y. There are many wnvs 
.Jacki^" decorate without u.sing fe.stoon. 
of green and red and sUver. and 
.^ome of the most attHMtlTa art the 
least expensive. 

Here are three ideas for room 



Shirley 



II COSTS YOl mi 

$125 



Tnt priae winners at the five hun- 

dred card party held at tlie lionie . ^ Christmas social wa.s held un- 
of Mr. and Mrs Banner on Piidav ^"" auspices of the ladle.s' com- 
evenln? were Mrs .S Clark and Mr "'^t*® Of the Maccabees I^Hrp, in 
|W. MIlllRan Con.-wilation prize.s 72* I^rt Street, which 

jwere awarded to Mrs A. Sullivan i '^"'^ decorated by the corn- 

land s Clark These card parties!'""'*^ Chri.stmas decorations, 

have been held weekly for some I enjoyed by members and 

time In aid of the Christmas traei'^*"" 'fiends. The prlae winners 
fund, sufficient money having nowi****' '^^^ '*<ly. Mrs. Dronfleld: 
ijeen raised for this purpoae. genUeman. Mr. Read; the low 

I |.>e teacher-and p^ls 0* «Ur..y SS" TufST 'i.i^^T'lZ 
Th '^ *"L*ii^rt*»n VmU Mid •waided by CommandSr. E Ch"! 
^S^S^'S^^^u^' ^ ref?ih-i Two-faced 

. Mf. DDwnard has ar-'ments were served by the com 
rangea an excellent progranme of mitteo The Maocabee.s turkev wm I oMt^ a*. Tii^J^^IT*!^' *^ 
plays, songs and recitations. An won by Mr. O Leiu ciZt^lthl^JLS^'^ ^"^^ ''"^ 
enjoyable time is promised all who Avenue ' batwaan the two stars 

attend and refreshments will be 



decoration, Uvtatg-room or dining- 
room. At Mm top Is a mante! set 
A laiia asml-drcle of cardboard 
«it and covered with sUver pap< i 
Oreen trees are appllqued on each 
«lde of a bright blue house, and a 
gold moon and star brighten up the 
silver sky The " Merry Christmas" 
IS Pither red or green letters oa the 
stiver. The rough edges of the 
semi -circle are covered with mrigs 
of real evergreen, nua aat can be 
made squara to oorar a mantel mir- 
I^;w*Jf*? •^'•P* desired It 

wwid SE? youngsters 

■"'^ con- 
servative Idea. A pair of vfl.ses hold 

^ge bouquets of gold and silver 

nars which are budding on real 

evergreen Tliey are placed formal- 

y on eH( h side of a laural wreath 

tiM with a huge sUver or redSw 

stars are made on two 

pieces of cardboard. a|ul theee are 



Getting children to brash taeth csattt 

to be a problem -and this modern denti^ 
saves yoM 25*' a tube 



served. 



Washer 

and 
Ironer 

ELECTRIC 



y.P.S. News 



ST. ANINUirg 

I. *• »«»Portant meet- 

^ Pw)plt a Society 

Frasbyterlan 

I Church at t 0*610011 aliarp this eve- 
I ninff tn tha laetve room. 



Metchosin 



Mr. L. Jonaa. who has been 
spending tha last few montlM with 
t . . and Mrs. Johnaon. 'Dotlands" 
has left for North Vanoouvw, ittiirt 
he wia atay untfl Sprtng. 



Keating 



JSuUh' *^ ""'^ Christmas 

Small Christmas tree ornaments 
P«caa nere and there on a strip of 




earaglm tbiit 



of 



1501 DOUGLAS 



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1016 LANOLEY 



Wife Preservers 



Duncan s I 

GINGBRWINE I 



Mif,.s C. Mp.cNab. the teacher ^. 
Keating school, and pupils, will h.>ld 
their annual Christmas concert and 
ei.terUinment at the Temperance 
Hall. East Saanlch Road, on Tbes 
day tvanlng. 



Saanichion 




The Saanleh Ptoooars* Society 
will hold a nllttaiy flva hundred 
card party ta tha Log Cabin at 

Saanlchton. tomorrow evening 
Turkeys and chldcens will be given 

hS ' 



A list Of 
beside tha 
case of 



«<ne>Beney calls placed 
tal nil M Bo ia handy to 
if itator. polioa or fire 



I'AKE HILL PLATBBS 
Three one-act plays were pro- 
duced by the Lake HIU Players at 
the Conunonlty Rail rseantly. This 
clever iRMp of ptatyars haa shown 
much ia i p ro ia M o u t tn the past year, 
snd aB tha plays were wen received. 

*5V*?* comet 
solos batareen the plays, while Mr 
K. Albany sang Christmaa caroLs 
and Mr Lloyd SUver playad otano 

.solrv M 0, TiMiilBiS Vil^ttll 

chair mau 




laurel leaves Is used to decorate the 
window at the left. A cluster of the 
leaves and a colored ornament is 
used again at the ties. 

No 4 is evergreen with sUvarsUrs 
pinned here and there aa a CMtain 
decoration, andoould ba used as ef ■ 
'•tnrtty m doors and light ftxturea 



'art children aii(|r— mother- with 
a dentifrice tbay Ilka— one from 
^^hlch they get rCSUltS without tOO 
much brushing! 

Maybe you think your child's 
temporary teeth aren't important. 
They are! Facial appearance, diges- 
tion, freedom from toothache 
may dejM nd on tha 
l.rst set of teeth. 

Lifterine Tooth Paste has Income 
the dentifrice of mora than two mil- 
l on children beedbse it haa one of 
thoaa aimple. honest fisvora children 
like. Grown-ups, slso, lilte it for 
that reason I 

Listerine Tooth Ta-ste removmi film 
and Htair.s with unusual spet-d. A 
new clean.sing and polishing agent 
gives a pleasinR brilliance with a 
minimum of brushing. Harder than 
tartar, this ingredient awiftjy 
movwit. SoftsrtlMsteath 



t cannot scratah or harm tiia taath 
in any way. Gttma fari ftrm and 
healthy aa your tasth gain near wUl^ 
ness, new beauty. 

Your mouth has a sensation of 
refreshment and invigoration-tfte 
Kame pleasant cITect you Msndata 
with Listerine itself. 

M an uf act uring economies and tro* 
mc ndous public accepUnoe mslce it 
possible for us to bring you Listerine 
Tooth Psste at only 25^ a tube. 
There is no finer formula at any price. 
Hence, if you Br*» now using 60^ 
varieties, im|)ortant savings are pos- 
sible. On the basis ol a tulje p«.r 
month, these savings amount to |3 
a year. 

Try this modem dentifrice. Buy it 
for the children. Learn why so many 
millions of persons have drn\)\trd 
niore expensive t>randsfor this. Lam- 
bsctPhmaaaCo^Toraati^OMi - 



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TOOTH PASTE 




PROOUCU) IN CANAM 




SCHUBERT CLUB 



Sings Ov cr CFCT This* Evening 
From 6:45 to 7:45 

On Progranuw Given by the FoUowinc McKlMntt: 

Special Solos Will lie Sung by 
Mrs. LilUan McMon. Nfr. Morence Noel. Mm Stella Bnrkon 

and MiM Maud Hartm 



MilCIIEU & IMCU 



tOMON ELLIS 

Men's snd Ladies' 
Wares 




TIE KiaLET ICTEL 

mnmm 

724 Yafe. St 
A Griffith. Proprietor 



PLIMLEY mmi 

I por tiii g Oooda of All Kmds 
Rsdios 

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THI- PATrv COI.OMST. \'ICTORIA, B.C TUESDAY, DECEMBER 19. 1933 



PIBRSONaML IITIEaHS SOCIIAIL MAIRPIENIINGS 



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I Christmas 
^ Party Most 
E njoya ble 

Morr than sixty ni-nibrrs of the 
VlctuiU lioMiieAH and i'l uf(-&&ioiittl 
1 Woincn s Dub and iheir friends, 
■!. togettipi with a nunilx-r oi apectally 
' Irvitwl gucAts, attended the Chrut- 
' m&B aiiiHMT rnr«ting of the club laat 
, evejuiik' at. ilic Y W C.A 'Hip prefii-i 
t 4ail, MlM Margaret J Clay. wha{ 
Jf WM In the ch&lr, ^xfrndcd a charm - 
* ing Chrtitnuui ao^ N«w Year fttti- 
r Inc. The taUM Wfi« •ttnetlrt with 
^ Irtilte ebrpmailmmm a^d 
and clowtec Nd euidlML 

A d.liKhtful little Incident (k- 
curred (turiiig tli#« fVciiliiH whfii, on 
b<'hiilf (if llw iiu-mbein of tlie club, 
Mrs. H I' Tlixlui'.-A prt'.seiitfd MJ.sfi 
Pftgxy NHi)lcr with an electric auto- 
iriiitic tua.sttT. with roikI wpshM for 
a hiij)|)v riiaiiiiyl life MliM Na|)der'8 

auniage to Mr. V. aartbolomew will 
lllit pUea amt vwk. 

Alter a anar, MW . H t wi l pro- 
truuna coommr Mfwad an 
amurtng 4dtk 'Varnish Oives no- 
Itet," In whloh Htonah was piay«d 
Iqr Mrs. O. Pranbrldge: Aunt JuHa. 
MlM E. Roberts; iRabel, Ml.v> Urqu 
hart, and Wfillip Muss Wells Mlaa 
Kdlth Hnw< II delighted tbc gftther- 

Ijig with two Kolos, IfltBfi 9 it n u§ 

Bird" and I.iillaby," 

Mrn M Ha.'l. drcwd hs Santa 
Olaufl. arrived with a bundle of 
small glft.s. which aha distrtbutad, 
feo(r4>t h«r wiU) oandlaa and aavdtlas. 

OpereUaioBe 

Given Tonight 
For Last Time 



Study Child to Whom You Are Giving Toys 



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The r.ainpaon Street S<hool Au- 
dltorliini was again filled to capacity 
lact niicht. when, for tha saooatf 
time, "The Pirate'a Z>aughter" waa 
iveaented by tha atudenta of tha 
aehooL Hm aperatta wlU ba n- 
for tha laat thna. totUgfat. 
at 8:1S o'clock, 
of QharacCan foUowa: 
Schuyler, Oonstanoe Stephens; 
Van der Meer. Dorothy Hop- 
Wrw: Elsi<'. MarRuerlte Jonkln.s; 
Wlllb^TK. .Jack wmiam.s- Polne 
OhlPf. Chai I>!it,'itl. Juqijeiiiii', 

Liaslie Jepj^on I'lratp Chief. Fred 
Pooock. Hail.. K Wiildion. Ka- 
trtaka, Mnrlun Robinson; Mahmat 
Robert McVle; the Bte|a- 
Oanld amtth; Mata. Douf- 
Tttb. Dannia Bairia: 

Dunrant: Mltjc, l»y 

OouMtt: FHtJa. Mary ttephana; 
Oralehan. Dorothy McVIa; ■IKaii. 
Oaraldlne Patteraon. 

Pirates: Cvrll rVTknr.ld. R.>l>en 
Rlcketta. Leslie Bennetts, (iarv Fil'' 
wood. Rol)ert Williamson. William 
Crystal, (k)idon Hill. Toyo Takato, 
Adrian Pecknold, (leorge Bucking- 
ham. F^Td nuxton. Ronald Bedger. 

Flower CilrLs Audrey Fanthorpe, 
larbara Anderaon. Bmlly flpanoer, 
iMbal lfriT..aan. Dorothy Jocaaa, BOda 
Uwon. Myn Ottvar, Jhm Mc- 




ANNOUNCEMENT ! 

This Store Will Bv Op m To- 
morrows^ Hut Closed 



Decembei 




W.&J. WILSON 



uii uovaamuNT ar. 



Gladys 
Glad 

On Beauty 



PERMANENT WAVE 



riKTH BmoTHimf 




Utt, DoOa aad Raast MaUng Tafa lor CHrii ; Mcht, Traniportation Toye f "smlu' bo^ 



If it is at all possible, study the 
boy or girl to whom you are giving 
Christmas prnanta and try to dis- 
cover what their preferencea are. 

Olrls do not always care for dolls 
to i)la\' with Honiellmes dolls bore 
them fearfully, and they would 
mueh rather Mva togm tiMt are 
suppoaedly eaduaiTaly toya*. Thara Is 

no reason at all why a gW ehould i ^^^^ socket, and 

not have a t..v train or truck, balls there Is a thermometer, oven, pan. 



batK, skates and all tlie rest of the 
paraphernalia that boys dote on. 
And It Is not at all sure that thay 
are "unwomanly" bacauaa thay do 
ael aara far doUa. Thay 



real babies, and merely think doU> 
are atlfr and "no fun." 

However, aUnoet any ttttle girl 
would tova tha eaidboard house pic- 
tured at tha top of the picture. It 
is furnished with gay wooden pieces, 

and opena at the back. It Is 19 face and pink organdie dress, and 
inc.hc.'^ long and , Inches wide the Patsy doll in dotted Swiss frock 
I Tile electric stove In the corner of and hat with movable arms and 
the picture really cooks. U ha.s a legii, composition bOdywid ayaa that 

open and shut. 
80 muoh for tha Ittia heuww lv a a . 



Tht baby hi tha trunk haa all 
tha naeaanry equipment of a real 
baby and la wy ducky, it may be 
tised to taaeh real child care to its 
little mother. Then there is a sun- 
bonnet baby with .soft Ixxlv 



come with it. of 



kettle, tins, all in green and cream. 

The baby doll in the baaket 
breathea when aquaaaed, haa a ao(t 
body, and oonaa with blaakat and 
' It alga opana and riiuta lla 



the direction.s 

COiii'.se. 

Tile two motor trucks have real 
headlights. rubbtT urea and red and 
yellow bodies and their own bat- 
puinted teries. They are 12 inches long. The 
electric train has ita own battery. 
Wind it up and It goea. Ilia anfliie 
to red and Maek with aearehhght 
and bell, a «oai tender and three 
Hue Pullman cars 



N». .. fK- K— — psychologists are devoting 

2S2i^!2?S^%? *^f- ''"P-lP^y advuiuiK parents and 

iri.^SL!l"*wu!?*! ^'■'''"^■^ to »^"y t<>y« "^^t educate 

JSr. «?*2S.", **y *" sail [through play, calling on the ohllds 
It la IT tnahaa loat when bmit, and ingenuity and aMU 



."Vi'i-cjuali. 
Cookmaii. 



A VtcflMI^ Safva4 

Old-Fashiooed 
Xmas Dinner 



At 7:30 P.M. 



Oakbay Beach ttgtd 

Charge. $1.50 
Reservations, Phone E1137 




Ha/'M WUllamson. E\'a Elston, Ruth 
Haibin.vH; Marjorle Crowe, Kath- 
leen (,-: A. Kvelyn Dugal, Mary 
Crowe, Irene Hall, Ruth Ma, JttOa 
Stencil. Peggy Wyatt, Marjorle 
Jones. Evelvii W:i.more. 

Village M.ixtri.N Peggy Archer, 
Mona Beech. iv>r.;ihy Parsonage, 
Joan Howe, Sara M( Par lane, Pa- 
tricia Rosslter, Ruth Morgan, Dor- 
othy Sims. Kathleen Williams. Jean|, *" 
Flannagan, Grace Jones. Bcrnlce ^ 
waidron. OaduUa OaoMw, Ruby 
waUaaa. --^e-— . 

Police: Thomas Doidfa, Robert 
Hodnett. James Young. Jack Bur- 
net, Arthur Cof)k,son, Cyril Sedger. 

Village Men: George Dunlop, Wil- 
liam Mltchel. Gerald Cross. Jack 
Mellandor. Duncan Kennedy. Henry 
Bennett-s, Duncan Mclean, Artliiir 
Young, Robert McVle and Charles 



Socialand Personal Notes 



Faee Powdir 

By Lanthorle 

Saitable for the most delicate 
complexion. Clinging and smooth. 
Special value for ^limited time: 
$1.10 Lenthcric Powder aad SSc 
Ian da Coloffne— 

■OTM yon 

MicFarlaoe Drug Co. 

Cor. Dooglaa and Johnson Sta. 



■OOM CURP FARTT 

9ot the benefit of a Christmas 
TVee Fund, a military card party 
W|s recently held In Sooke Hall, 
from which a substantial sum was 
renll/ed Twelve tables were In 
progre.ss, and prl/zcs were won as 
folJow.s: Ten-bid, Mr.s. J. P, Noury 
and Mr. W, Baker; first table. Mrs. 
W. Calms. Mrs. J. P. Noury. Mr. O. 
A. Acreman and Mr, W. Baker; 
consolation. Mrs. R Khby, Mrs. W. 
Bakar, Mr. R. Hobillard. Mn. j. 
Oolllna. Ihe lucky chair pilaa was 
««a by Mlse Jackson and llr. C. T. 
Muir. Refreshments and dancing 
concluded the evening 



SOUKK 1 <)N( KRT 

The annual Christmas concert of 
Sooke Superior school will be held 
in Charter's Hall tomorrow evening, 
for which af splendid programme 
haa been n-'Trin-r/i 



Chrlatmas farly 

The Weatem Behool of Dancing. 
116 Rurdatt Avanue. was gay with 
YuleClde feativltlea, on Saturday, 
when Miss Dorothy Cox entertained 

her pupils at their fourth annual 
Games were being enjoyed 
when Santa Claus suddenly <'ntered, 
which ( auMYl much Joy among the 
children He Joined in their games, 
and preseii ed each child with a bag 
of candies before leaving. Refresh- 
ments were served from a large 
table, brilliant with Chrlatmaa deoo- 
ratlons. At S o'okick the pupfla an- 
tertalnad their parents and friends. 
Danoea were gracefully performed 
by Clemency Ord, Muriel UhthofT, 
Mary Paterson and Ann Crowther, 
which were followed by a short play. Enjoyable Parly 
entitled "Robin Hood and His Mr Claude Peden entertained at 
Merry Men." This wa.s cleverly a danre. on Saturday nii;ht, at the 
acted by the school pupil.*, namely, home of his parents. Mr, and Mrs 
W. Carle. K Hrown, J Fisher, J. ~ ~ " 
McArthur, I, Fislier, M. Uhthoff and 
M. Hyncs The clilldren numbered 
seventy. At 8 o'clock the studio waa 
given over to the ballroom pupils, 
who aaaembled with their friends 
and spent a very enjoyable evening, 
dancing until 12 o'clock. A three- 



their daughter, LiUian. The self- 
invited guests were Mtona F. Tilly, 
Dorothy Smith. ReUy and V. Rob- 
ertaon. Fatrlola. Jean and L. Poerr 
(Seattle). Mary Johnsoo. Attoe 
Louis. Ada White. Messrs. O. Wal- 
ton, Hugh Bryan 1 California), 
Leonard and M Conmb<'r, IX)uglas 
Hunt I>,na:d Weldon. FYank Bos- 
sum. B. Bryan. G Davis and C. 
Walton (Calgary), who also cele- 
brated his nineteenth birthday. A 
tap dance was givan bylfr. o. 
Walton, and aoloa ware rendered by 
Miss Dorothy ~ 
Bryan. 

tiona on the bagpipes and a mono- 
logue waa given by Mr. U, 



ent Included Nancy Murray, Evelyn 
Carter, "Pete" MacCalluni. Vera 
Parfltt, Doreen Phethean, Jean 
Pratt, Georglna r>owdall, Owen 
Olbbs, Nancy Shaw, Owen Xvaiu 
Barry Harper. Richard Rndfeury 
and Patricia Harrlaon. 

• • • 

ChrMmaa to CaMtenia 

lAr. and Mrs. WOUam Munro. of 
Patioa Ooort. San Carlos Avenue 
were among the Victorians who 
sailed Saturday evening aboard the 
S«. Ruth Alfxajider for California 
Mr. and Mrs, Munro wlU spend 
Christmas In .San F!,.'i<isco. 

Will Arrive for ( hrisUn.is 
Mr and Mrs Rcss \V), 



Why •mwi ml Jfc H v.„rouv,r ■>?■ " 



Glenshiel 

Raaidaatisl 

HOTEL 



Sperlal 
for short 

Wave ft 



Cook St. 



Permanent Wave 
year appointment now. 

UM Wave far I8.M 



Belle Beauty Shoppe 



0«M 




piece orchestra was in attendance 
* • 

A BarprlM* Viiilt 

A number of her HiKh School 
friends invaded the home of Miss 
c arol HariK'r. ',^988 Tlllicum Road, 
on Satiu^ay evening, to pay her a 
delightful surpriaa vlilt. Daring 
the evening varloua games and con- 
testa were enjoyed, the prise win- 
ners being Misses Carol Harper, 
Josephine Cook and Elaine Hum- 
phreys, and Meshr.s Edward Farcy. 
Ralph Petterson and Charles War- 
ren. Among those present were 
Ml.sse.q .loan Boulter. Josephine 
Cook. Ooreen Crowe. Joan Drane, 
Carol Harper. Margaret Harper. 
Elaine Humphreys, Peggy Murphy. 
Bemice Roberts. PhylUs Tomaa and 
Iris Vallanea. aad Idiaai. Sdward 
Faray. Harry Frost. Jack. Robert 
and Oeorge Harper. Leonard Rol- 
man. Ralph Peft^r.snn, Gerald 
Sparks, Rjilph Slmms, Leonard 
Trrlonr, Everett WaCdSMUl and 
Charles Warren. 

• • • 
.Surprlne Parly 

A delightful surpri.'^e party wivs 
held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. 
W. M( Fheo, I2f5 Ontario Street, on 
Saturday evening, the oocasion be- 
ing the sevantaanth Mrthday of 



R. Peden, Oscar Street. During the 
danoe lntermtaalona> Mr. Braaat Ful- 
lerton plajwd aalaatlona on hto 
pUno-aaaordlon. Supper waa aervad 
during tha avaning. and the invited 
guests were: Mlaees Eileen O Neiii. 

Winnie Foulds. Melba MllU, UlianjHere From .Seattle ' 
Wiunento, Marjorle and Kathleen I Mr and Mrs O Gibson of 8e 
Bowden, G. Moyes. Jtjan Bland, I "tU'". are staving at the Qlenahiel 
■dna Horne. and Messrs. Lloyd Pat- | Hotel, having "come over tO meet tS 



spend the christmaa holiday. With 
Mr. Wilson s parents, Mr. and Mrs. 
sirSt^ Wltaon, a( at. OhSS; 

Entertalm at ftaniiff * 

The Chief JusUoc and Un. J A 
Macdonald entertained at a pirtv 

honor of Hto Honor the Ueutenant- 
Oovernor and ftfta. J. — - ^"'^ 

Johnson. ' 



Its odd, tont it, how soma of 
taarty dnema airens, who 

•seem to be perfect in every respect, 
win renown merely because of one 
certain portion of their anatomies? 
Take the famous Ulyan T^iahman 
fcr InaUnoe. LUyan s entire figure 
is Just about - ymti*., — 
ftowlesa. And ^ 
yat aha to re- 
no>wnad dxltfly 

lovely back , 
Ulyan to said to 

have the most 
perfect back In 
Hollywcxxl And 
it certamly is 
Just that! 

However, per- 
fect backs really 
aeem to be at a 
pranlMn thla 
aeaaon, as far as 
I can Judge. For 
at the various 
formal func- 
tions that I've 
attended so far 
thl.«j Pall, I've 

already glimpsed a nnmbar of bony, 
.crawny backs. Aad. Itt my opinion, 
they certainly an ayaaoras. Back- 
bonaa and Tertehraa are important, 
of oourse; but thay function just as 
wen unseen, and Wkan vtoihle, they 
rob a w'oni.in's backaCtteaOflkfaBal- 
nlne roundness. 

If a girl's going to step out in one 
ot those awanky. hapkleas formal 
sowna thto aaaaoB, aha should first 
fiva bar back a careful examination 
And if she finds any scrawnlne.ss, 
or any miscreant Joints poking out, 
she should buckle down to good, 
hard ejw^rcise, In order to mold her 
back along the soft lines that na- 
ture intended it to poasess. There 
are any number of eierolaaa that 
are eflaetlva for daatfeptaf and 




Fifth Bfothera Cloaed Boxin g Da 

3B8 "UNCU TOU'S CABIN 




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■OIAL 



ULTAN TASBMAN 



GIVE A JOB 

Ac n 1 ,1 k c ! cQaic-alaeBeL--aavthiAa. Wm— itn« 1 n - 
oons, cha.r rc-caniny or ru.h^iajfc Xa Md'^wicke^ Vhi^r 
.ei.a.rmjt. toy repairTng. li^ht carpwle& of all descrUo! 
picture frammg and tin aasiithiaf; ««»«;"P"oni. 



The MHhCross Workshop 

KQA c »-« ' 



584-6 JohBiM ft 



Phone E 3S13 



mim 



^Ptaf «M back. And the follow- 
ing are entataiMllngly affaollva: 

Get down on your handa and 
knees on tha fkwr. with your back 
"•t. Tlian, without disturbing the 
handa aad knees, raise your head 
backward and holrt>w you: back. 
Next, let voui :u ,i<i f,,;, .loviiiward 
and luimp yoin ba« k ip like an 
an>iv kitten Itclax. and repeat. 

Kix i : on the floor and sit back 
on '.:)u:' heels. Clasp your hands 
behind your back. puUliy your 
ahoulden waU baak. and drop your 
head backward. Ttrni bend tiu- up 
per body forward, with the head 
Still back and the che.st leading, until 
your chest almost touches tlM floor 
In front of fw ksaaa. Rriii^ aad 

repeat 

StAnd erect, arms extended side- 
ways at shoulder level. Rotate the 
arms from the shouMan forward 
up and back, deeorlbiiw a drde with 
the fingertina. Repeat thto rotary 
motion for fifteen counts, and than 
tha dhaotion of 




Pure Dye Silk i 

Lingerie! 

P«U1 loft. lite th» tllk you find in 
Sne aUk aaaiM. U thl. pur* dy« 

, u.\ ■ : 'fw-- 

welghtlnc of tnir kind. 

Th« ftriM trn copIm af lauactoi 
BMdM. beautifully Mrt aad aa« 

qultllelr trimmed 



to 
O to 



**«eaae«*a«««i< 



SUM 
o.a. (Mwas 

rrjaaua 





711 YATES STREET ^ 




A New Carpet for Christmas 

^i;'^^r^?*p*' V TH** Yortcahire advises a ri.se in carpets from 20 to 
25 per ecat. Ravr wool in AuatralU is up three pence « pound. 

Mvr CAWrrt NOW at lowmt n»css on kkcokd 



terson. Gordon Smoothy, Frank 
Glb.son, Gordon Craig, FVed Ba- 
santa, Gordon A.sh. B Foster. B. 
Woodward, Earnest Fullerton, T. 
wai? "'« ■ v < Alan CuaalnghSBi. 

L'plands I)an< e 

The committee in charge of the 
New Year's Eve dance at the Up- 
lands Golf Club hava oonpletad all 
arrangemeoto and are looking for- 
ward to a Jolly party. There has 
been a good demand for tickets, and 
the committee advises all who in- 
tend to be present to get their tick- 
ets early, .so as to avoid disappoint- 
ment, ax only a limited number will 
be sold. Invitations can be ob- 
tained from the secretary of the 
club or from Douglas Fletcher, 
chairman of the commRtaa. tala- 
phone E 0131 or E 000. 

Card Party B«Jeyad * 

An enjoyabto eard party was 
hald oa Satordur avaning at the 

NMdWiee of My. John D. Kissinger 
by the parent* and friends of the 
boys belonging to the Rowles' Boys' 
Band. The nrst prize waa WOb by 
Mr. Thomas Monahan. 

Entertain Pnpile * * 

Ml.^f. f}wendoline Harper enter- 
tained a iiuiiib<'r of her puplM at a 
delightful studio lerltal, recently. 
Miss L D cheihaiii presided at the 
t-ea urn, following the programme 
of pianoforte music. Those pres- 



t^rn^u i !!;^? ? on Which 

c5-*ln?^^^ ittwrtng tna tha 
* • ' 0 

Visitors Leave 

Mrs A. G. Ctofton. aoeompaaled 
by her daughter. Mas Outeie Crof 

^J'^^ ^ 'n Vlc- 

wrta for the past several days, has 
returned to their home at Ganges 

Returns Frsas Baal * 

Mrs. J. Murray Cameron returned 
to htt home on Foul Bay Road re- 
cently from Carleton Place, Ontario 
where she has been visiting with 
relattvea for the pest sevand 



MoHday Season in South 

Miss Jean Flndlay. of Estevan 
Avenue, .sailed on Saturday evenlna 
aboard the .Ss. Ruth AlexLier f« 
California to .spend the Yutetide 
season m I«.<, Angeles with 



Return I'rom .South 

After spending the past few 
R^'p^A 'r,C'"''«>rnia. Mr.^Snd hS. 
n P Butchart returned to Vietocla 
last evening aboard tha "Jj^,*'^''^ 



KiCtv McKay 

nr ania wrtoox fmnraii 



BRmrOlfi AXMUftt^ 
RUGS 

llard-wcarinc qualhjr. ia all 
the newest djalgwe. i S tt es ss 

'follows: 



9.0x9.0 

9.0x106 ^ 



J?l».7.-> 
928.25 
.f3a.75 



tXAMLBSS AXMINST£R 
BUM 

All this teason's de-iigns of the 
latest type and lovely rirh col- 
orings are to he seen in tMs 
group of "Brinfof,'^ ' p u 

^> 9x0,0 »2«.7.% 

*»OxQO $35.50 

9.0x10.6 SI I 'J% 

9X)xl2.0 ^l6.UO 

Tmm Without latareai 



BARRYMORE WILTON 

■uot 

At Very Low Frleas 

We thoroughly recommend 
these for hard wear. A splendid 
range of all the newest designs 
and many different colorings. 

9.0x9.0 . .„ S47.50 

•> o X 10 r. SS2.S0 

9.0x12,0 $58.50 

Terms Without Interest 



Standard Furniture Company 

r-i'pNjrTr-f,>|- sri'' ! A I IS'''- 



717 YATM tnUBBT 




DIRECT FROM ENGLAND 

foows 

MITCHAM 
LAVENDER 



I.O.D.E. Activities 



The V 
I way rounu 



' ;ur longest 

uie aiMxteat way 



R. B MeMleklnf Chapter 
Members of the Robact 
McMirking Chapter are 
of the Christmas hamper showar 
foday^ A box wia ba placed tau!e 
munidpal nwaa and contrii,„tion.s 
..."i***' therein durmit the 
^ S*" • Pm- Christmas hamp- 
«■ Win be packed and delivered 
from the miintoiiMi i^m* m «m 
day nii'ht ^" 

WHIM I»KI\K HELD 

Commencing their social activities 
for the Winter months, the officers 
and members of Dominion Lodge 
No 4. LOO F,. spent an enjoyable 
evening immediately after the eloee 
of th^ last rsgular aeasioa. 

Progreasiva whiat proved a popu- 
tor ama atl oa baeaoae of theV^iu- 
p™aa offarad and keen com- 
petition waa disptoyed througiwut 
the game. Bros j n Bum*. POm 
J, Wilson. PO , J neil. P.O., M. ly! 
Mann. P O . respectively, wwta foTtU- 
nat«> In wlnninn the covetad awarda. 

Tiie next eiiieitiiinment will take 
place on Thursday. Jaaoavy XI, and 
special FRF. ■IHaa to pn- 



"EN0LANDS CHOICtsr LAVENDER' 

in a wide range of aHnctively boxed 
groupings of Perfumes and Toikkrim 
for Udims end Gutlmmn 

To th« lover of Lavender there it only one true Levwi^. 

the orlqinal ,,nH qonuln** Potter & Moore't Mitcham Uvwi- 
der, distilled from the finest flower of Surroy f^^M', a p„rn 
fragraiKe of subtle charnv— for neaHy 200 years the favour- 
Mt peHvm of EnglendTt bMHitifiil ivofiMNi. 

Whet more pleeting token of regard — what more flttina 
compRmMit to therm th«i "Englend't Choicest Uvender" 
— Potter A Moorp t Mitcham Laven^, ki out of tlieet 
appropriate Gift Sets, now oveiUUt of voir lifMnirfil'i 
Prices from 60c to ^5.00. ^ «. 



TP.AOI 

MAIIA 




.' 1/- 

I 



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THE DAILY gOLOXl^T, VICTOKiA> B.C. TUKSDAV. nr.CI'.MIir.R 10, 1933 



DlillT HII^ 
50IITHAW 



Hanrowino Talet Raportid 
from llftive Oitlrfelt— 
LoMM Were Hetvy 

JOUANNttftUBO, OM. It (UP). 
■win* AMM MMOHj llM bMD 



Accessories Are Welcome 



Harrowing taU-.s hav- re 
ported In»rii tJu- nuMvi- (iustrUW 
Thoiisaiid/i ol cHttli- mv (li-ad or 

dying, and thcMi—ncU of uauvei>, 
hav* IMM iMur •tanratlaa. i 

A Mttv* «B «atlyti« dlitrict of I 
li>Wltoland wm oonmitted for trial | 
on % eh«rg« of eatint.' >,[ hi> 
ehUdran. He pleaded uiut in- <iui 

It to save hl« life for h«- was starv- | 
ingr It U estlmatfd that a inlHloii | 
.sheep have dlefl in Hii,MiU)lan(l In 
twelve month.'- Kroni Viyheld. I 
Natal. 11 *.us I (Id Hied that animals 
were walking skeletons and were I 
falllilg dead fr^ju] tin; si un the 
vtldt, which rMembled a desert. 
HBAmT-BKNDING SCENES 
At Wppener. m 'he Kn > .state, 
heart -rrndlnK s< rne.s iHu iirred as 
till' (.11 mens (k'Lnicked their sheep 
after a vtUn se.irrh over a wide area 
for grazlni^ .Many of Uie ahcep died 
In- tte truck*, in one tMVd aoo feU 
1 AuriBf n ftvt-oalltlNk. 

big Natal colliery cloecd 

o<Hng to lack of water, and other.*; 
have been running with tlie aid ol 
underKroinid pumps, while the Clov - 
einnieiit tan water trains to .supply 
tho re.sident.s. At Bkx inhof. Trans- 
vaal, most of the welLs and bore- 
holes dried, leavuig the inhabitants 
almoit waterless The North-West. 
the Oape, and South-Wett Africa 
alao taava been itrleken badly. V17- 
biut was dMland a dNvfht- 
atrtolMn area and oMainad Oowm- 
mant laSil. 




Little Pis 
Vogue Hits 
The Kitchen 



NtW YORK Followed b> tur- 
moil ts chaoh And what more 
.sliouid you expect Ui this busineas 
of makliit( little ones out of big 
oiiesi rot yean, clem hnetiiMfii 
have been — feeiMff aaenej 
sausagea out o(iv aa«M9Mh and 
now evenrttalnff is taken care of for 
them The country went three- 
little -pl« crazy, so there's practically 
nothing illoglcai. UtUe boys "wajit 
UKjk-ends of little pigs, and InfanUs 
scream for a mirror ni tli*- nursery 
toppetl with little pig.s, everyone 
wiint.s the piggie.s In the inovie.s, ami 
now tJie mamma want« little pig.s 
foi- hors-d oeuvres And can do 
ea.sily. b«-cause they're all packaged 
and ready for purchase, with noth- 
ing to be dona taut a bM «C 
and ipearlat vmilba 
fore aenrlng. 



Lisa was on tlis wltnaH stand. 

"An joa porittva," taqolred the 
proeecotac, *tliafc you know wher*- 
your husband was on the night this 
crime was eonunlttedr" 

"Ef ah dldnt," replied the witness 
lltnil', ••fU'i\ ah lju.sted a K'hxI rollin' 
pin over an uuiercent man s haul 

idat's all." 



; BIMVEIi STORM 

Tfl uw Rnn< 



Nothing Coul'J Be Better Appreciated Than the Choice of Smart 
Acceesoriss for Dress. Gloves. Shoes, Scarves and MaadbSML All Are 
Shown In «fce Latest itjrles by Lacal ttasos. " 



I 

» 



Warns Nova Scotia Fisher- 
man of Danger to Fleet 
ifi HurriMfie 



IVJltOCLL'S OOVC If JBw, Dec. IS 
(OP).— Through wind and rain, 
across two miles of storm-swtpt 

beach, a middle-aged wcman braved 
thf fury (if an Autumn hurricane 
to carry a warniriK iiie,s.saKe that 
saved thi.s villages Jshmg fleet 

Mrs. William Iceton waa asleep 
When the storm made Its violence 
felt in her home by rlpplnfir the roof 
off a shed In the back yard. She 
faUed to awake, but her husband 
did. And as he looksd seaward 
through the VntiiHT i n wlndov he 
saw me flset waa to daager. 

A terrific wtadstonn was raking 
the coast Huge seas, lashed to tur- 



rooted by the fierce gale, were 
crashiiik' to earth The driving 
rain made visibility poor, and there 
was the danger of faUlng «n the 
rocks, or stumbling into soaas ud- 
seei) hole. 

EIGHTS FOR EVERY STEP 

But she went on. FlRhtliiK for 
every .step agali-ust th. Iilf, mile 
galo. she reached every home in the 
fishing village, waking the occu- 
pants to warn them oL the peril to 
thflr boats. HUHi t6^ach 
home with her mssssfs, the fisher- 
men hastUr donried boots and oil 
skins and .vt out for the shlji-s. 

The larger craft, lying offshore, 
were piloted to the lee.sliore of the 
cove, where the lui^rv seas could 
do no harm Mo- t of the ■*rmHftr 
boat.s were brought to the shore In 
safety Two rowboats were lost, 
but with thet^ exceptions ths fleet 



Siere Avocado 

Into Dressing 



- a pnnd itrwsim to 
over fnatt salad, mash a soft ai«o> 
oado ornm throuili a sieve, slowly 
add thnr tablespoons olive or co<A- 
ing oil, one tablespoon lemon Juice 
and one tablespoon of vinegar (orl 
two lemon > Add salt and a bit of! 
pepper. This Ls also good on hot fish. I 



A New. Way to 
MakeVourQwn 

Make your own cigarettes at 

iioiiic with the new Simplex 
Cigarette Machine — works 
just like a sausage machine— 
just turn the handle aad out 
come the cigarettes — A Real 
Gift ier HBrtrthsr^orr Dad! 
Priced at f 1.16 

Ml 



Try Snoiv on the 
Mountain Cnsiard 



One-half cup milk, two squares 
chocolate, three tsMiapooBS slior- 
toning, one-hatf cop sugar, one egg, 
one-half oop flovr. one-half tea- 
sftoon baking powdw. <me-half tea- 
spoon vanilla. Heat milk over hot 
water. Add chocolate broken Into 
small plere.s 



— ^ Cook until thick. 

moll, were .sweeping .shoreward; In Stir to keep smooth. Hlend shor- 
their path lay ve.s.sel.s of the flee^ . I tening with .sugar and egg. To this 



threatened momentarilv with de 
structlon against the rocky shore 
Already some were dragging anchor. 
GOES INTO STORM 

Iceton could not leave the liou.se; 
he was a semi-Invalid from u badly 
burned arm. But he rou.sed hi.s wife, 
and .she decided to .set out to warn 
the village's un.susi)erting fisher- 
men lAntern In hand, she started 
into the teeth of the hurricane. 

She had pushed on only a short 
distance when a wild gust of Wind 
snatched the light from har fc ffffd 
and dashed It against a rock. To 
go on tlMmigh ths dartnees would 



add chocolate mixture, then the 
sifted dry ingredients. Blend well 
Add vanilla. Pour Into six greased 
individual pudding moukls or eus 
tard cups. Bate in a modarate 
oven for a bout twMty aanntes 
Serve wans with 

MALLOW MINT SAUCE 
Mix one-half cup sugar and one- 
third cup water. BoU three min- 
utes. Add one-eighth taa^oon' 
cream of tartar. Out eigM marsh 
maUows into small pieces. Stir into 
syrup. Add a few drops of per 
permlnt or crushsd mint oandlss. 

»» ^ m^ ^y ^** ""TniBes would 

■'>*Cldal. She returned "A man's rank in the scale of 
■St^t^it to* » flashlight, and beltiR is del."rmined by the thing.s h< 
All vJlPi?* j loves and IS interested in. What we 

^r^y P*^^^ dangers of the | care about, that we are."— Dean 

■lorm beset her. Big trees, up- 1 Inge. 




)|f ^ttitfiott'fi'haji (Ioiitu«jm.)|( 

Christmas Poultry 

Tliis Cliristni.is we li,i\e sccurcf] an unusually fine stock 
of Turkeys, (iee.se and otlier poultry worthy of heinjr the 
crowninp jrlory of your Christmas feast. Each order rc- 
(( i\e<! IS t^iveu careful attention. Telephone our Meat 
Department, H 7111. ^ »^ «w 

Selected Local Turkeys, per 

'f> 994 

Very Choice Capons, lb., 28# 

Fresh Local Geese, Ih . 20<» 

Choice Heavy Fowl, lb., a4<» 

Chicken, per |b._ _„..M^ 

Alberta Turkeys. Grade A, 
per lb aB<* 

Alberta Turkeys^ Grade I. 

per lb. ..... 23^ 

Alberta Turkeys, Grade ( . 

per II). t9c 

Poultry Diessing, II,.. IH^ 

Quality Food Markets. 
Lower Mata Floor— H B C 




HBC GROCETERIA f 



CARRY 
and SAVE 



Shopand Save in This Popular Department. Any Order 
i>eUTgr«d for 15c. Our Large Turnover Bnsurea 

Freshness. 



How Many Toys y 

Books, Games and Dolls are there in ourtbii^ 
window display on Doui^tas Street? 

100 Free Passes 

IfWIS CAIROlt S 

— /he big motion pictnrr coin 
iiij? to the Capital Theatre on 
Saturday next and following 

week. 

I ree Passes to see this wonderful 
show will be given to the hundred 
boys, girls or adults who submit 
the nearest correct snswer. An 
estimating forln will be Kivrn witli 
every purchase of 50c or over made 
in otir Toy Department 1 iiesdav, 
Wednesdav, Thursday or 
FHday this week. 



snciAij*. » TO II CULT 

•M r*»t. 3 tinii for 

Umlt e tin* 
Htmp. Clark's AaMrt«d, A tiri<i 

""■ 260 

MalUS CkMW. pn »kt 11^ 



u.k Hi.nn. tlirrd, p»r lb 

. -hortmln*. 2 lb». for fZ«. 

11. „, sllrprl. ij lb tHr 



BITTEK— M B C UtAI.ITV IS 
UmWASSBD 
OT«»««ry. bulk 

.1 ibi.'"for.'.'!!;;.";;;."!!."!;;;ff ^. 

lia»rri>l 8wt«t CrMai, prlrl<. per 

Ih -'nv 

3 '«>• 'or M.%r 



per 



•»»iai» _ _ _ 
biicult Jar Mr 



BarkwbMt ■•a«r. 4Vk-lb. 



pall, npf. 
42f 



n uirr.' o«McB Hyrap, j |, tin. 



'effrc. 



Korl fisrrr T»» and 
purkel for ■ ■ HOc^ 

OTkitln*, Tonic Food B«verMt. per 



t.B.C. 
packet 

I.B.C. 

lb ... 

saII, Plain or 
'Z cartons far 
Xpirn. sssitto 
2 tins tar... 
Emp 
botUa 



: tinfi 

864 



r. A a. 

ban for . 



HBC SEftVICE GROCERIES V'r^il 



Shop at "The Bay. ' We Can Fill Your Requirementa at 
the Lowest Possible Cost. All Phone Orders Will Re- 
ceive Prompt and Careful Attention 



Results of Contest 
be posted in Toyland. 
<m the Third Floor, on 
Saturday morning, 
when saccesefnl con- 
testanta will be haa^ 
their pikscs. 



1 



Th» mor* •atimaUi 
you submit, th* irval 
•r Ui* poaMbUltr 
year laeatvtiis 




FlBMt Ml«fd Natl, pf r lb 1 

3 for k7u 

OM Coloalal Orape Wliw. larcp 

quart bottle 32*' 

Oia Bnriiali WlBca. OInafr. Port and 

Chtrry, par Imrcc bottle 23# 

tf a pa r ataS raaahaa. Knalcn Brnnrt. 

ranar peefeat 2:4*» 

Rpaalaa TaMa BaWM. paektt, 
and 



33<* 



Stela or SalUd. lane 



***eai*'etaa BlaaaHs, p»r 

^"^^ a ■ • • • • ( 



T lane 

...aB# 



HAMS rOR CnUATMAR! 
s»ifr. Premlaai. Overslied. packed 

ri fmirr tift rarton If dealred 

wti.iir cr v(iiii,k half, lb., 23<* 



•KMlatae Swar, 

m 

■ 2S<' 

m 

11? 



Ubbr'a Qacca Ollirea. per bottle. 

55^iA«iiiM»%,;.':-...nt^«f: 

gSaIi:i-.i;.;-^ v.?.».^ ^ f. 

BraaS, White or Brown, loaf 4*4 
rrMia-a BiacalU. Rend A»- 
Vle. apaciai. 
«T* 



Japaaaar Ow eSi. S WaalS I and bet- 

lar than t»ar. par box Afi<i 

Waaa* MlmS Nata. prr Ih 20<> 
■an-Skaa Watoata. a Iba. for 55? 

a Iba for ... 

AimAnds, p^r lb . 

rilh^rta, i.fr lb - 20? 



snei 


|b S ID 


M ONLT 


KMa Smi 


«. ow a 


PMlal. ailed. 


per lb. . 






Ora 

for 


ss Wmmi 


-"—4 



lilN( FMF.AT 

riBs 
par Ik. 



tNOOMPORATCO e.a?? MAY l«7Q. 



Don t Forget Dad ! 

Let s Make It a Real ChnUma» fix Html 

"The Bay" has loiKia of tUiiga to make M happy! More than most 
people realise I Things lot»day fifMr. focmai ^««ar. iporta waar, leuoff- 
ing. travel and toUet aoeeasoriail We Mmen juat a faw'oC the Ugh 

spota here ! 



Irish Linen 
Handkerchiefs 

Box of Three! 

line Irish Linen Handkerchiefs for 
Oad, put up in attractive Christmas 
boxes. Plain or ^ «| (fkg% 
initialled styles O for I eUU 

Suspender and Gaiter 
Sets 

Chrtstmst • Boxed Gart.'r< nui 
Suspenders in a wide 
colors. An always 
sceeptsble gift. Box.... 



1.00 



600 Pairs Fancv 
Cashmere Socks 

P^rt Wool Hose, at a strikingly 
low price, and in a wide variety of 
pleasinK designs and colors. i(( 
Mire to like thesel Crt<* 
1" t ' irj Pair OUC 

Men's Forsyth Pyjamas 

l-iiirlv I' ,T i 1 „ r r (I Mroadcloth 
I'> j.Tiii.is, wliu li will ))(■ sure to re- 
ceive Dad's O.K. on 
morningi All styles — 
•ices 36 to 46. Each 



K95 



V 



Arrow. Forsyth and 
Ripplesheen Shirts 

.Nationally known brands of Men's 
.Shirts and an always acceptable gift 
for old or young! Tailored in 
eoHsr-atttched styles or with two 

SefMUratr <i.||.ir-;' 

Priced From $1.55 to $3.50 



Pure Wool Gowns 

l.iiliTrd Pure Wool HrcssiiK^ 
downs, in pleasing shades (,f tawn. 
brown and grey. All sixes. 
SpcciBlly priced at 



I in 1 a w 11, 

.9a95 




Men's Belt Sets 

Good QnaHty English .SaiMIe 
Leather Brits. Mickok Brand, with 
separate initial Imcklrs aiul tie r't], 
»" iii;)t.li' (omplelr 
bakelitc cigarette 
boK . ^ 

Coat Style Sweaters 

.\ saviiiK of $1 (K) I. II these hanri- 
■<nni<- ^wr^trrs- A wide choue of 
'lis;i> < . plain shades— siies .10 
to 44. Ordinarily 
IB.SO for 

. Mala Floar—H 1 C 



2.60 



-sizes .K) 

6.50 



We Huyycst I hese ttom the 
Gift Shop! 

ralSa 

m 



Mca'a ralaialiaa Olfl 

JsfMar^ aksvias 
•1.10 
Shsvlac 
tl.OO 

8 h a t i n g 

- ai.36 

!4iiavki« Mlrrar ..#a^ 
Stivaa OlsMratta Oaaa 

'•^ S1.»S 

if s t baa Kair Oaaaa 
8fttf 



VMfa. 



Baafe Me ...ai.aS 
aaaSlBff Laaaa 

sa.aa 

Oarara ..SS.OO 
jTarkar Baak raaa 
•B.4M> 

Itallaa '-iitir an 

for aa.ttA 

Mataa _ 

«!.•• 
• 0 



If Dad Smokes a Pipe! 

Giv9 Him a Tin of Impnial Mixtart! 

The ideal sift for Dad, if be smokes a pipe, is a Hali-Pouiui ^ CA 
(da.ss Humidor ot Imperial Mixture Tobacco, -Canadahr fa- *P 1 50 

nuAi.s pipe (oUacco. Attractively boxed ^ *« 



— ••~~~..."..f— ...•1»O0 

P«t up in attrac- 
tive bMes of 50 cigarettes at 65f 



Tuckett 8 Marg™,-c^„irnnmxes of 
^.'>, in Christmas wrappings, ;it ai.25 
BngUsh Leather, Rubber-Lined Tobag o 
Pouches, with zipper fasteacr. Sp.n mIU- 
priced at m.OO 

Mala Fleer-.H B C 



Shaving Comforts for Dad 



Rolls Rasorl. st 
Gillette Kasors. from...! 

AutoWrop Rasors 

Williams' Gift Sets for 

and : 



•e.Bo 

91. oo 

60<* 

ai.oo 



Shaving Bowls, Vardlcy's ai.lO 

PalawUve Shaving Seu f i.oo 

Yardley s Shaving. Sets for Ms% 

Shaving Brushss..; TB^ «nd 

Visit Our Drug Depsrtment for Other Ideal Ckristaiss Gifts for Oadt 

Mahi naor—H B C 

A Pen or Pencil Set 

r.ive him a Fountain Pen an<l iVncil Set! Ho wUl u.sc it every 

-v uid appreciate the thoughtful giverl Our stoelc iad^es it^nc 

t. rinau. Parker and .SheatT. r Pens and PcnciMn « wid^ * <75 

> ui^e <,f sues and colors. IV.ced from ......7. . .....!...* ._.!.. O 

LEATHSft WRITINO CASB8 

$225 



A iistfiil item for a man 
who fTHv.ls! Specially 
priced at 



CHARLBS DICKBN8* BOOKS 

40 ')nt\ ' W ,11 hound, 
attrartiv< looking books, 
by ( iMii.-. Dickeas. /tJC 
ispecwl at 



79' 

Msia Ploar— H B C 

AU-Metal Smoker Stands 



\n attractive special! All-Metal Smoking Stand.s. in sevcra 
>li:.pes and various finishes . . . dull brass . . . oxydized cop 
l>t;r . , . among many others! Yotir choice, each .T. 



Occasional 
Furniture 



ThM Floor— HBC 



LARGE EASY CHAIBS 

in overstuffed styles, with re 
versible spring ctfthions. Priced 

at, h . 

UPHOLSTERED STOOLS 

Attractive Toot.stools, upholstcrc( 
in hrown velours, 15 inches.hi 
^-atli 

SMOKER TABLES 

Cabinet Style Smoker 1 ahlcs 
ishrd ill attractive walnut 

'ach a^.aa 

CABINET SMOKERS 

Large Cabinet Smokers, with trays 
and paper racks. Priced at, 
«'ach . ar.Ro 

HANDY READING LAMPS 

Metal Uri.ii^'c Style Stands .tikI 
Smart Parclunent Shades, haiidv 

for Dsd. At 94. 

Fourth Fkwr— H B C 



MB.0O 



es high. 



fin 
At. 



Does Dad 
Play Golf? 



GOLF BALLS 

Always acceptable! The popular 
HBC Trurii, made especially 
for us. by Canada's Ici-lmK 
maker I Equal to any .SOr l.^ii 

"'day! 3 for 1 aOO 

KRO-FLITE IKONS 

Formerly priced at $6.00 each! 
All have rustless hr^fl. ' 
practically all nUi 
choose from I * tkC 

Spalding Kro-FIHts at I alHl 

TMrd F l oo ff II B C 




Ties He's Sure 
to Lilcel 

A large group of Tirs of all .Ir^rrip 
tions, some spscially i*iced, and all 
r«narksblc valats st this loir pvilce 

$|00 

They're striking effects, especially 
in coter cootrasti pf stripings ao4 
floral designs, also fanhi onaMe 
checks, in styles to 4uit all tastes I 



el 





a»as*»aaa 
••••aaaasaa 



^ 9mMtf, par 

Spedal DeaMBstration North 
Star Hams 

^ ,_alitv or half, pr: 



fiso' 



• C SatealcS C rram- 
SSf ». '£9^ 

H&t 



••aHiv VaaS Marfeat. 
Mat* 



AdmUlinfi of 

Men Ass i sis 

Women's Club 



I fWnXMI — The Alexandra aub. 
in OnsvSBOr Street, one of the meet 
exclu^vs women s clubs In London, 
has bssB saved from exttnctlon* 

»«f r 



members Up to the celebration of 
th.- jiibllpf of the club a year ago 
no mm. not even KlM Bdvanl, had 
^^rn iK'miittad Immm mm ttie 
entrance halL 

MeaaaMlc the aitmber of women 
members had gradually decreased 
and the portion became so serious 
Uiere wa.s taJk of doling the club. 
But admittance of men as guests 
has turned the tables The decMoo 
was taken after conitlderatMe hsalts 
tion. and .some of the femUaas "ttle- 
harda - rsstaned. but there w/s an 
it yoaafw women. 




tttdaogh- 
iw ttis club 
aai «^DMus 



partlnOarty fram 
ters ^ 

has laasn «a a 

ttfs. 

Ths OMtn gUSSU. U U Kaid. wf-rr 

dliBdHlt at first, but those who ven 
tured have Rhr>wn every reaSfeMi U> 
accept further InvlutJons. 



Magistrate- What wsta laa Mm 
with your hand in thto ■saUsnaa's 
watch pocket? 

Msoasr— I was only anxious to 

n od ths y aie. 

i MMma-iiM uas is ^ wsslia, 



Heat two Ublespoons butter Ui a 
frvln« pan and when It Is hot put 
III iHbir-ApooiM of ftnely-mladsd 
"iiion. When the aalsa hi a goUsn 
, brown Stir la two mmnmn ta corry 
powdsr, then pat ta stthar green or 
r»s twa a to sB cat to thish shoes. Fry 

thotpiatosscBhoCh<da»aii4ssa« 
SOB tasm wHhsalt snd pepper. 



"Men who are unhappy, like mm 
who sleep badly, axe alwaas oroud 



Admiralty in Toucti 
With British Ships 
. All Over the World 

•"rom CloHfly (iiiani«'<l Kooiii at Wliiteliall Test 
MMMge Will K<> FlanlH (I to Every Sl^F 
Alloal in Near 1*11111119 



^ U)NIK)N. iJfi 18 Kvfiy wlre- 
JcAS eqiiipi>«-(i ship in Bntaiii s navy 
nnd mercantUe fleet on any of the 



tion i>j ( 1 11! 1 , 
ti a!:;.n:Lssioii. 



^f vm 




bjr the Admiralty vlthio 
■econda. 

qrstam br which th«w W|wit 
WC9 tavfd from • demlj 
room in Whttchall to ves- 
ta the farthest oornerg of the 
|earth Ls now coiiipicfr. 

I In a few week.', tins vast ncfwurk 
Jof roininiinicatif)iLS will tx' i(st»'U 
jTrcflt. iiu'ssaKfs will be fla>hPU 
levery Miitisli .-ihip ani>;ii riip suc- 
o( the test will set tiie seal on 
of experiment and study by a 
lumber of tbt workl'i gnmtmt ex 



be warned <.I the eniergenejT 



Tim hMW pwd i iced » map now 
Adn^raltsr. tbe exHtonoe of 
la knows to onljr ft IMr. tveD 

r Whitehall. 
OLOBE AT A OLANCI 
It clwpte the gloto tal» eleven 



: ! i ,11 iiiK liDU.-.c li>i 

tioai the Junctions 
■MeMfie ftre n U t m i 

to the atatlone. 

Hum wsmlnc ef plislee eoncen- 
fcrmtiag off the eoeet oC ObJaak ft 
liuirieftne ■weeptiig eenth to tlw 

Pacific, or a submerged wreck 

blocklnjT an Important sea-path. 

c.ui iio'A br iiotlftpd from the A'l 

r,) .vhips in thr vicinity m 
lrs.s tiiiii I hall It takes the captains 
to to give Iticir or(J«'rs to the cii'wh. 
Th(> new ni ranKeiiiPnt will be In- 
valuable lor the poUcljqgof the hlf h 
seas and prolectlan IMM 

plac bjr the navy . 

- - tij, 

ta- 

formed from Whttiball In » few 



mi 

Tourist 

^■^^ Class 




r 

I INDEPENDENT 

j ROUND 
thft WORLD 
TOtJRS 

Gbokie mtirm 9m Moenriet . 

Optional trivrl tjst or west. 
Tickets good for two yews! 
ladodr dM Orie«t Im four 

itlaersry or sail thrnuxh the 
(lunuruus South Seas by Can- 
adian Australasian line . w . via 
New Zealand and Aiutr«lij. 
Shore excursions arranged if 
and as you please. DOa'C aiss 
this retnarkahie opportunity! 

Full in/ormmtion from yoar own 
J. J. VOMTSft, a.l. OsatfSl PMt. 

assBW o.rJL ftUtHa. vaaesmtr. 



CANADIAN PACIFIC 




The navy already hae fttf eecret 

Information sent via Britain's great 
naval stations throughout the 
world. It now ha^ double meann 
of urgent communication. 

mXVtfi GREAT AREAS 
This is the way the world has 
been divided Into eleven areas on 
the Admiralty mapb wltb the names 
at some of the etatlaM irlildi act 
as Jimetkma: 

1. Rome Area Sixteen etattoni, 
of which Rugby la chief. 

3. Mediterranean — Three sta- 
tions: Malta, Gibraltar, Aden 

3. East Indies — Eight stations In- 
clude Bombay and Karachi. 

4. China— Two stations: Seletar, 
Oape d'Aqulla. 

5. Auatrall*— nine itationa: Perth, 
Sydney, Port Darwin. 

6. AfHca— Bght atatlone: Slarra 
[.eooe, Lagoe, Watvle. 

7. Ameridt and West Indies— 
Thirteen stations: Quebec, Kings- 
town. Sable Island 

8. Aincrica and West Indies — Six 
stations E-stevan, Esqulmalt, Belize. 

9. America and West Indies 
• covering South American areas) — 
three stations: Georgetown, Ber- 
muda. 

10. America and West Indiee 
One: Mklaiidc. 

11. New Zealand— Bght itfttiaBs: 

Auckland, Raratonga, Suva. 

Merchant .ships are strongly 
ur(?ed to be on the qui vlve when 
!he lest is made diiitnK the first 
week cf Januar\ Mes.sages will be 
sent out at 4 a m and 4 p.m. 

Should a ship with wireless fall to 
get these messages the Admiralty 
wish to be informed by the ci^;>taln. 
He win be ex p e et ed to five the poei- 
tion ct the mip and other partleu- 
lan. 




BIG CONBERS 
INJURE IP 

Chief Officer Gale and Two 
Seamen of Benavon Sus 
tain Broken Bones 



FROM the Philippmos via China. Japan and Hawaii, the Canadian Pacific liner Sa. Kmnr... „f t 
Capuin L. D. DougUs. R.N.K., commander, i, due to arrive at WmUm Httd at 0 oVwl 
tag: accMdIn. to advkee received at the iocai offices of Canadiui Padfic S^ea^hin. veftfJ^t 
SEL _v.JJJ^_ .u. ^_ .. tg lkhet pi,ra about W%«dt Biw Sa^^ y"terd.y .fternoon 

cargo lor Victoria. 



Tvk ttitnri fl Tiffttg the bfg Uaer «p 



pass^gers, mails and 




MJATIVES 

Biaclc Squadron Completes 

IHflnn Mtth Tir frf 

Afriean TMTitay 



Ocean and Coastwise Movements 



Money Markelt« 

LONDON, Dec. 18 fAP).— Money 
1-2 per cent. Discount rates, short 
and three-month bills, 1 1-4 per 
cent. 

AT NEW YORK 
NEW YORK. Dec. 18 (AP).— Call 
money atcady; 1 per cent all day. 
Time laaae eteady; W days S-401; 
90 dayx. 191 1-4; 4-e months, 
1 1-491 1-a per cent. Prime com- 
mercial paper, 1 1-4. Bankers* ac- 
ceptances tmehanged: 30 days. 
S-S'JJ'l-a; 60 days, S-8W1-2; 90 days. 
3-4&&-8; 4 months, 3-i<if&-8; 6-6 
14/7-8. 



AliOIERfl, Algeria, »Dt"C. 18 fAP). 
<leneral Victor Vuillemin's "Black 
Squadron" of twenty-eiffht army 
biplanes, today triumphantly com- 
pleted a 16,000-mile tour of France's 
African possessions. 

A hero's acclaim, on behalf of 
France, was brought the flyen by 
Air Minister Hierre Cot. nho braved 
a Medtterraaean aiowBtbrm, to fly 
here yesterday. 

After their welcome by the di- 
minutive air minister, thoy found a 
round of fetes awaiting them. 

Thirty plane.s, manned by sixty 
pilots, mechanics and radio opera- 
tors under the command of France's 
expert in dfliert flying, atarted on 
the long cruise, NovmdMr S. • 

One plana, however, cracked up 
in Spain. Andther crashed in 
Morocco. The only casualty was the 
Illness of a mechanic, who had to 
drop out on the way. 

Impressing the primitive tribes- 
men with "White Protector s ■ good 
wui, and tnclrtentally hia ctreiwth. 
was onfteC thftmoMntof thamftss 
flight. 



Weather Report 

■BTXVAK— Rain; aouUieast, llaht; 39,56; 
40; iBfttlf ritf 

PACHXNA— Rale: lOuUMaat, frMb; S9.66 
38; modtrata. 

CARUANAH — XalBt 
1S 51; ^lodcrale. 

CAFS aXAU— Ovvrei 
atroDc; M.M; moderatr 

Wireless lieport 

AI.nraTOUTE Los Angelei to Vancou- 
Vfi ^61 miles iujulh of Vancouvfr. 

ISHIN MARU Japan to WUlapa; 680 
miles from WtlUpa at no n 

KOSHIN MARU ^ Bound £v«r«tt; 1.600 
mllef from l!^■^r^tt. 

EMPRE8.S JAPAN— Honoleta t» Vic- 
toria; 274 mlleii from Victoria. 



TranspaciAc Hails 



iia 



COASrSIEAMER 
i tAKLY 




Emma Ahead of Schedule- 
Pacifio Pretidont In— 
Lumber Shipt Due 




Gull Islands Ferry Co.,Ltd. 

8ALTSPRIN0 ISLAND SERVICE 

rSBBT MS. Of ncB 

DAILY EXCEPT WBDNB8DAY 

Leave Fulford Harbor 8:00 aj^. 4:00pm. 

1mm •wwti Bay »;3o ajii. 6:oo pj^. 

MJwt to caMOfle WtthMrt 
TSBirr 

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AOTOMOBILes 

TKDUKa 

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DELIVERSD TO ALL POINTS ON 
VANCOUVER ISLAND AND SALT- 
SPRING ISLAND 



Making a smart run up the coast, 
the Pacific Steamship Lines Ss. 
Emma Alexander docked alongside 
Rithet Piers at 8:30 o'clock. The 
liner broiight Ulaad and Mainland 
passengers and same general cargo 
for Victoria. Among the travelers 
aboard the Emma were Mr. and 
Mrs. R. P. Biifrhart, retumlns: home 
after an extended holiday In the 
United States. 

Inbound from the United KinR- 
dom via Pan;ima ;ind California 
|K>rUs, the Purness Line inotorshlp 
Pnrlflc President tied up at Rithet 
Piers .shortly before^ 9 o'clock yes- 
terday nioniiiy^. The President had 
two piy .M iigcrs for the Mainland 
aboard, Mrs. W. AUfUl and Mlsa 
Allan. OMata m. O. avans. master 
oC the shlPb reported muKh weather 
off the eoaal. The slup dL<;charKed 
gayral cargo here and loaded lix al 
freight for the outward voyage. She 
prf>reeded to ~~ 
after noon. 



last 

tncPMBa OP JAPAN— ifaOs elaae 4 

P m , December 3. Due to arrire St T«kO- 
hamp, December 16; Hhanchai, OeeMbtr 
19: Bonskons, Dacember 33. 

■Hira MABU— MaUa eloaa 11:15 p.m., 
Daeambtr $. Dua to arrlra at Yokohama. 
Decfmber 30 

PRESIUENT GRANT— MalU cloa* « p.m.. 
Dacembar ». Dua to arrlva at Tofcobama. 
Oaconbar 13: BhaaahaL Doeaabsr 36; 
BoBskans. Daecmbcr 30. 

EUPane or Russia— uatla elota * 
p.m., Daeember It Due to arrlTe at TDko- 
hama. December 28; Baimhal. January 1; 
UonakonK. Jatitiary 4 

PRESIDENT CLEVELAND— Ualla ClOaa i 

p m , December 33. Due to anlve at Toke- 
hama. January B; Bhantlisl. Jaavary f; 
Honakons. January 13 

tKMPRESS OP JAPAN Malls cloee 4 
p m., December 30. Due to arrlra at 
Yokohama, Janaary II; ShaaalML JSMary 
16; Hontkona, January It. 
«r„-r>, rrnf\ for Honolulu. 
•Mi . ' r Mian only, via Vancouver. 

At STRAI.IA AND NEW ZEALAND 

AORANCil MalK rl(}.se 4 p m , Decem- 
ber e Due to arrive at Auckland. De- 
cember 2e. Srdney, DooambCT 30. 

MONTEREY (via Baa PTaaelaeo)— MaUs 
cloae 11:1,1 p.m., Ooaoaihor $, Dm to 

arrive at AnoUaaC ~ " " 

January 1. 
MAKOBA (Tla Baa Praaeiaaa)^Malla 



for Prince Rupert. Si. Pifaoa Omctc or 
aa. rrlnce Rupert leaves Vancouver every 
?iS?i^1V,""k." " O'clock, for Northern 
Bntlab Columbia pointa. 8a. Catala laavea 
Vancouver evanr PrMay ffntbl. at B 
oclock, for atawart. Ba daiBoaa leava. 

aun^I'".'; Tueada*, for Prince 

Hupert. at 8 p m. 

VANCOL'VFH UI EEN CHARLOTTE IS- 
MBTia a^ ^t,,,, wi:l )e«vB Van- 

aojmr at 4 u ciocit, in ,ilie artcniun. every 
■•ooao Pri«tajr. 

OAUrpRKlA 8niVIC»-8». Emma Alax- 
ander, Ruth AleaanOer or Dorothy Alex- 
ander will leave Victoria every Wadnawlay 
and Saturday at midnight for California 
porta; tha 8a. Emma Alexander, Ruth Alex 
ander or Dorothy Aleaaadar will arrive a 
Victoria |jo«^Uto»i» pQcu ayary Mon 
tTtnlaa, beliia dua at 

10 o clock. 

WIST COAST- Prlnc eM Mnqulnna leavea 
Victoria on tha ut. liiu aud 3iu oi eaci 
mon'h at II 

NANAMO-OABIUOLA ISLAND - Uav* 
Nanalmo, Uonday, Tuesday, Priday aiU 
Saturday at 8:30 a m , 12 30 p.m 
and S p.m. Leave OabrioU island each 
liaU-toar after. Banday aervlce; Laav* 

NaaauBo at t aan.. U;3o p m. and 6 
a. Thuraday aarvloa: 7:30 a.oi. aad 
PJB. la all caaei. the return time 
taojl Oabrlola wm ba one-half hour later 
aWABTB BAY-rULPORD HARBOR— Cy 
mk laavoa Swarta Bay dally eacept Wed- 
nesday at 9:30 a.m. and 5 p.m.: 07 Peek 
leavr-i Fulford Harbor daily aaoapt Wad- 
lesday at ■ a.m. and 4 pm. 

VICTORIA - OOLP LaLANDS - Prlncea* 
Mary leavea Vtotorla every Tuesday lor 
James Island. Plata IshMd, Port Waahtna- 
ton. oant es Hartar. Ksyna laland, Oallaao 
Island and VancooTtr at U:SO a.m. 

VANcouvra-ALABKA-inncesa Norah 
wui leave Vaaoouvor far Bkaaeav tU 

r^mh*yyr,.M-, Ml Vfl 

n ao aa ie at t aa4 ai, at • p a 



atMag two glnatie quartering 

■■^eae ever her after end, which 

rauaed serious injury to the tiiiel 
offlcer and two Chlne.se members of 
the crew a.s they .swept ilu- deckload 
<>r lumber the .ship was cajrylng 
the freighter Benavoti wu.s forced 
to put back to Victoria at an early 
hour ytsterday morning to land the 
injured men They ate now in hos- 
pital hore. Chief OCBcsr Oale With 
severe fracture oX the right arm; 
one of the O h tn eee aeanon with 
several hBDkni rtba, while the oUmt 

XiJ*1iSa«'W**?l^ 

pelvis. • 

The Benavon 
bound to th" iimtcd Kingdom with 
a raiKo of luiiib* r from Brltlsli 
Columbia ports aboard. Leaving 
here early hust week, the freighter 
had completed loading Mrt 
Albeml, and was ofT DeBtr 
Island when the big coodMrB 
aboard, (me following (he other 
in Tilrk iiinneaaluii, 

T^fw^iJ** Mr. Gale 

and the OWneee seamen, and was 
the direct cause of their injuries. 
It also broke the vegetable che.st 
loose, a weighty object, in which 
the .shijV.s provisions were packed 
In Ice. and which went overboard 
when the aeeoad WBBB eradied over 

the vessel. 

Under the circumataaoH, Oaptaln 
Pairweather, master oC the Ben- 
avon, immediately headed hta ship 
back for VlBtorla, OawHw VP the 
mwtmy afternoon. King 
Bribers, agente for the ship, were 
asked by wireless to provide a 



Crippled Seaplane 
Drifted Helpless 
For Twenty Hours 

iiearching Ships Sh uni.d HIiihIIv Ar«»uiid Driftfaig 

Machine ( rvys mui \*A>., u]j>vr lUsvut 

Kadio Operator Siarreti in Drama 



MAKSEXLUB, 
*AP).— IVigr BM 

adrift Bboard lhair crippled sea 
plane fer more than twenty hours 
in a Mediterranean tHatm were res 
cued at dawn todaf bf tht alMBier 

Balnt Marqueiite. 

The heavy snowfall, which had 

At daybreak, the Saint Margue- 
rite .slKhted the .strleken craft at a 
homeward I><'"»t about eighty miles south of 
Man.eilhs Safe and SOUnd, the 
numi>ed occupants of the plane 
S •bo^ withthe 

g ^.^.«*^ M»4 thB_ahlp steamed 



Dee. II waves. Then came the first plead- 
been Ing so.s 

Beaten by the waves and numbed 
by bitter cold winds, the four men 
had to fight their savage tMtttle la 
the very sound of the whlstlee «f 
the ships searching Mtodlf 1m 



calls 



medical ofBcer and an ambulance 
Dr. A. E. MrMicklng and the C. St 
C ambulance were on hand when 
the Benavon tied up at Rithet Piers 
at 2 o'clock yesterday morning 
The injured men were taken imme^ 
dlately to the Jubilee 
where they were 
A. E. MclUdd^. 

The BeiBBvaa proceeded on her 
▼nyate at S tfeUnk yesterday after- 
noon after baUM ' - ^ 
of vegetablee. 



Hospital, 
hy Dr. 




Shipping Odendar 



Deeem- 



and Japan ports. 



eloaa U:ll p.m., Daeaafeer IT. 
arrtve at Walll ng toa, Jaaoarr St 
Jaaaary U. 



Gulf Island Mail 



GANGES. GAUANO. 
ISLAND. POBT 

SALTSPBINO nlAMB 

Ualls close Sunday, WedaoodaPt 
11:15 p.m.: Tuesday, 10:00 a.m. 

Ualla dua Uonday, 7:15 pm.i 
Wednesday, Priday, 7:16 a m. 

BEAVER rOINT, n LFORn nABBOB 

Malls close Tuesday, 10;0O a.m.: Wed- 
nesday. Prldar* PJH, 

Malls dua Saatfay. Wodattda?, Priday, 
7:1S a m. 

^ A TI^RN A 

Mailt clota fiunday, Wedneaday. 11:16 
p. in* 

Uatla tfna Ifaaday, T:!l p.m.: Priday 



7;1S 



ROI TB PENDEB 
close Sunday, Wednesday 



Till p.m. 



Malls 

p.m. 

Malls daa MOnSay. 
7;13 a m. 

MUSOBAPI 
Malls close Tuesday, 10 
IMS p.m. 
UaUs dua Sundsy, Wednesday, 

NOBTH OAUANO 
Ualls clOM Sunday, ll;is p m 
Malts due Uonday. 7:IS p.m. 



11:15 
Priday 



am 



: Priday, 
7:15 a.m. 



Coasting Craft 



Terk and vay 



TO Atenv 

I^^MOjraiA — United Klncdom, 

HEIAN MARU— Japan ports (Vancouver) 
December 11. 
TANTALXra — China 

December 11. 

PRESIDENT CLBVBLAND — PhUlpHnes 
China and Japaa. ^tmltar „ 

DELTOYK - Battatda* JmI taMon, 
Oeeamber 18. 

SANTA LUCIA— New 
ports. December 16. 

ca^na. Japan and n««.ii. Daeember 19 
De^^SbTr^ar'"'^"'**'^-'""*** 

PRBSnJBNT JAOKBOM — PhlUpptaae. 
China and Japan. Deeankar ^"""^^ 

HKAWA MARU— Japaa aatia ~- 

rer). December 37. fWaaai^ 

LOCH MONAB— tnmad 

ber 29. 

NIAGARA— Australia, NoW Slalaad 

and Ilnwnll, December 3t 
ORACIA— United KlatdoOL ftiiMksi la 

Po?r^*ker,5:"- - 

TO DBPABT 

OP^ROSMA-JapaB, Chins 

and Philippines, Deceahar IB 

SANTA LUCIA- New .VM SBB %s 

ports. Derember 18. 

PRESIDENT CLBVBLAMD— Jaaaa. 

and Philippines. December 33.^^ 

HEIAN MARU— Japan ports t Vancouver). 

December ii. 
EMPRESe OP JAPAN— HawaU. JaSSB. 

ohiaa saB PhiUppinee. DocemMr M 



WIIERTEIUI 

Licences Grantind U S. Fish- 
ing Boats Certain Privi- 
leoes. Good Until July 



CARRIED ON gBABCH 

ni^il^°\!?^ the 
night, ships had oaMad «n a fruit- 

t^i2L».^**f »oa oma aang 
through the sleet and aMwaflwit 

was foreed down. " 

To those who caught the 
along the coa.st and in the 
r<x>ni.s of the seayehiM 

Radio Operator Oapelin 

While Pilot Kermal and Mechanic 
Chevillard. as.si.%ted by a pa.wngcr 
named Kotlval, a war flyer 
to keep the craft aflOBtt ' 
flashed his 806. signal ovw'bb^ 
over again. ^ 
The three measbers of the plane vs 
pas-senger. nu 
PTenchmen, hopped from Mar-i 
senies on the regtilar commerrlal 
nm to Algiers, at 8 40 o clo< k .Sun- 
day morning, defying storm warn- 
">««• Ice started forming on their 
motor. Fighting cftsperately 
saw their ship forced 
nearer the raging. 



hilli il Uitnsvlf irhrn 
^ vssvl H ent Aground 

PAMAaUSTA,~^Cyi>^iis, Dec. It 

<AP). Tiie capuin of the Amir- 
Jean Export hner, BKarch, killed 
himself early yeeterday. following 
the grooBdlBg of his ship at mui 
night, 



- _ - — . — the north coa-su 
of Oj^niB. 

The Xxarch went ashore one-halt 
mile west of Cape Plakotl, in calm 
weather. Her engines weiv dls* 
abled, and she was taking In 



they 
steadily 
gale-whipped 



NOnOB TO 



•iITm Jf the UV. Paelfle 

mJSSS it V y""'"' 'he U.K.. duly 

wtwjd at Cuatoma #nd earao discharaed 

•••"•^ •« iwai WOMfs Pier Me. i 
'^^^MfflBB (PAOIPIO) UMRm 

oated Yictortat Mjo^ Oaawifear IM, tM. 



REDUCED 
FARES 

For 

Obrittmas and New 
Ysar's Htlii«y 



FOR MI POINTS 
VANt OC \ KR AND 



BKTWKKN 



Oood Roliuf T>rember 21, ■><) n„,| 
:-'8; return limit January 6. 1934. 
Pleaae note the train for Decem- 
ber S la eaaeelled. 



Mfie areit Entefi 
liHny Oie 



UNION M»\MSHIIV ixn. 



BOtrON 



piji 



OTTAWA. Dee. It (OP),r-An 
order-ln-ooiinaU has bean paved 

authotlring the eoBthniBtlon tmtu 
July 1 next of lloencea to United 
Statee fithing vessels on the Pacific 
Coast of Canada. 

These licences grant the asual 
priMlege of piirrha.slnx bait, ire and 
other supplies and outnt.s in British 
Columbia ports. It permits the YBS- 
seLs to ship crews and transport 
their catches to United States in 
bond or sell their ilah locally in 
bond or on paymaot of the Cana- 
dian duty. 

Tha f ae OD these licences, which 
we used by milted states haUbut 
▼eeeels, will be one dollar each, as 
In the past. Tlie announrmiont was 
made t oday by the Department of 

C9. 




TO EUROPE 



Moat attnctlpe for « 
theeeCMnBrdi 

nrun III all «, iitluT 



V\ iMtcr I ros^inij are 

lers, on an (,un( of their ateadi- 
?itremely i 
accummodation in sbcI 
"••Is-Biii Ouma4 rm^mM flerrke fer 

•very paaaeniter 

Whether on the luxurious Spfedy SltMSSe 
or on the confertsMe end mor* 
leisunlycBUn-ciaaashipN, th.. s;,me 

perfect Cunard standard* prevail. 




t-04 



UNARD 



T..iirU» Claaa ifcS. 
Third Claea lit.M 



•IT 



Oranvina BtrasI 

Vancouver 

or lf)f ■! 1 «rnf 



Northern Voints 



pantcB BOPiBV 



Lindberghs Make 
Sff rp rise Lan ding ^ ^^^^ 

On Homeward Leg ' 




Several more lumber .shlp.s are 
due In tlip next fow da.vs at Owflrn 
Point Pifrs to load for ITnlted Klng- 
dom i>ort.<; KInK Mrolhor.s, local 
shipping otftifs n-ixirt the Stbel 
Radcllfle due tomorrow, the Oed- 
dlntrtnn Court due the — 
T n. 1 N, .rdbo on "niursday. Tlie Gol- 
den Bear cleared yesterday for Port 
Albeml. and the Langlseford was 
icMttog. aad k am at IhB leeal as- 
seinHy plant 

Manager— Jamea, your shoes don t 
look my dean this nomlng. Cant 
you afford a tin of blacking? 

James— These shaes don't require 
blacking, sir, they are made of 
fenf l^'nther. 



^^anager — Then the patent has 



DOOR TO DOOR DELIVERY 
SAFE— RELIABLE 

Isliid Freight Servioe, LM. 

314 CORMORANT STRf:eT 

FHONC 68188 



VIOTOBM-TAIIOOO V BR — Sa. Princess 

Alice or fls Princess Charlotte will leare 
Victoria at 2 i,-, p m dallv tor Vancouver 
an d at «..^o p.m. dally for .Seattle. Sa 
5Ja*'"l_ aUea or Ba Prii.resi charlotte 
win laavo yaaeauTer daiir for Victoria at 
10:30 am. arrlvine at. Victoria at i lO 
p m. Princess Elisabeth or Princess Joan 
arrives Virtorls rtsiiv «i 7 a m.; leaves 
Victoria (l«".v m t , rinigiir tor Vancouver 

VICTORIA-SEATTLE— Ss. Prlncasi Allee 
or Be. Princes* Oharlotta arrives Victoria 
dally from Beame at l:M pm PrtaoeM 
Alice or Prtneess Charlotte leaves Vletorla 
dally lor Seattle at 4 30 p m. Ba. Iro- 
qooU arrives Victoria dally at 1:15 a ra • 
boauoU Uaves Victoria daUy at P a.m 

»,?.t!?*2^?'7*''°°J^"* - ■•• Princess 
Elaine will leave Nanalmo daUr. except 
Sunday, at 7 a.m. aad 9:U p.m.i leaves 
Vancouver dally, except Sundsy. for Na- 
aaimo at 10 am. and 5 4} pm Princess 
■alM makes extra saillni from Nanalmo. 
Saturdara eolr. at p.m. oa Baadan 
only. Prlneesa Blaine leave* NanainvTi' 
9:41 p.m., and leaves Vancouver at 10 
a.m. and ■:45 p m 
VAJtpptnrBB-NORTBSRN BRITISH 
nnu • Ba. maaaaa Adelaida !• 



Malls close Uondsy. Tnesday. Thursday, 
rnrtay and via O P R, Skavway steamers, 
1:30 p.m.: Uonday. Thursday. Saturday. 
UUi BJB.. yte Kaatloops and Jasper, 

powTB tasv 99 mamm btation 

Malls close Uonday. TttufMar, aatw- 

day. 1 1 : 1,^ p m 

Malls due Tue^dav 
3:4S p.m. 



Thursday, Saturday. 



STEWART A\n PBEMIBB 
Malls close Mondsy, Priday, 1 30 pm 
Ualls due Sunday. Priday. 7:1S a m 
ANYOB 

Ualla cloee Uonday, Priday, 1:MI p m. 
Ualls due Sunday. Priday. 7:1* am. 
HWANior; BAT 



UaUa etoae Tuesday, i to p i 
UaBs des Monday, S is p m. 



Ualls 
p.m, 
uaUs daa 



p,m 

OCEAN PALLS 
close Uonday. 



WeH CoaH MaiU 



co- 

Adelalda leaves 
at S p,m.. 



P 



New York WaMerways Official 
Makes Vrediction 

inLADELPHiA, Dbc. 18 (AF).-A prediction that 
ureat Britain, with a deep-water route Uitnu) h the 
St. Lawrence, would "revolutionixe, if aha doee not 
destroy, the tranaportstioii faciUtidg of the United Sutea" 
was made today by Judge W. E Woollard, MMidMlt of 
the New York Sute Waterway. Assoc.tion '"'"^ 

JudfB WmIM asaarted the St. Lawrence Treaty with 
Cansda would mean "economic auicidc" for tiia ii^Wm» 
check dtvolopntnt of watw-tenii Siiii 

"England la itiBkinf a bid for tiiat crtat tranaportation 
pnre which lies in the Great Lakes. What will she not do 
with anew deep-WBter aeaway irom th« lakas to the Atlan- 
tic ? What wiU aha dtwalop with half tiM iMpa of the world 
her command?*' 



at 



Uall* Close 10 p.m.. Isi, llth and Slst 
of each month for Ahowat. Bamfleld, Cee- 
peecee, Clayoouot. Olo-ooae. Ecoole, Es- 
tevan Point. Kakawls. RUdonan. Kyuquot, 
Nooika, Port Albeml. Port Renfrew, 

ex. Beeoto. mmm 
Ualls close 10 p m . >ist eaeh BMath, 

and a a m . 23nd of each moath. for 
Centre Island. Dua 1:1J p.m.. lath of 

MAD Mtttlla 

UaOs aloe* 9 a.m,. aad. Mta aad saad 
each month, aaaapt Itm^m, Mmir^uH^ 

quot, Eatevan^*-^ - ' ■■'^i issi 

and ToSno, 

Ualla close e a til . gih. i»th and J«th 
01 eacB month, ejcept Sundays, for Clo- 
ooee and Port Renfrew. 

Malls cloee • a m,. Tharaia* aad 
day for Bamfletd. BcwiikKflBHl 
Ualee. Boebart and OelBMrhBT rBji;: 
TtwaBa? and Batnrday. 

Ualls clone ii;u p.m.. Moaday, aad itM 
em, Priday*. tor Helbera. Part V£ee $mf 
Ouatalno. Due 7 a m . Tuesday and PrT 



t^^-OpL and Mrs. Charles A. 
uaobergh made an unexpected stop 
at the Chnrlestxjn Navy Yard to- 
day, broakinK their flight from 
Miami to New York, and It was an- 
nounced they would remata over- 
night with Rear-Adralml JaaMB J 
Raby, commandant. 

fj^lly^^^- route home 
to spend Ohiiatmaa with their little 
■«» • trans-oceanic flight 
which his taken them somewhat 
lees than M.OOO miles, said they 
would continue northward about 9 
o'clock, tomorrow morninR 

The flylnsr couple wa.n first sighted 
over Port Moultrie, and then con- 
tinued northward, circling the Navy 
Yard withoutwarnii*, liadbargh 

then brought tha plMlt tO a MBOtti 
landing. «wwi 



Knmdumt Leaves 
Si. Pierre Under 
Escort of VoUce 




elaao 10 p.m., im oi eaaB jw a 

Honolulu MaUs 



8T PiVMUE. Mlq., Dec. II <aP) 
—The .soi/o<i motor vessel XkOm- 

hout loft Ht }>ieiTe. today, and 
headed for Nova Scotia, under es- 
cort of the Canadian Prsrentlve 
Patrol boat Pitta* de Us. Captain 
Ro« Maaon aad tha crew of Nova 

aoOWMfcWhO aMBBBd the run, 

rwaagt aman A» broke seizure witj, 

four coast guards, were on iKwrd 
■s the craft headed out of St. Plgrre 



Queen Charlotte 
Mails 



*% aad JMMHptl'sSi '* 

Malls eloee IrlS December 30. aad 

^ ^ and 11. 



Janti. ■ 



Britisfc Molls 



ss. 



UB 
eember 7. 

BB BM 
« p au 



tttm'Jtft M:W P.BI.. Decnnbcr t. 10. 

"i --' ^^ 1 *^ **• 

-aaaBa oiaoa T bbl, Ba- 
OP CSIMi^ .10.. — — 




MO 

T IJ 

BRBMBN 
cloee 1:M p m., 
UaU 

York 

by air over 
be posted t 
•adicaied. 



HOME 

for 

CHRISTMAS 

Low Week -End Fares to Island 
Points will be in effect from Friday 
noon, December 22, returning not 
later than Toeaday miHftigky ^ u^sm* 
ber 26. " ^ 

Singk Fare and a Quarter for 
the Rowid Trip 

VANLULVFR LSLANU tUAUl 
UNtS, LTD. 

n-neFn77 BroagiW«i ,1 Irort PbMeBlITff 



THE DAILY COLONi;ST, VACTUKIA, B.C. TLKSDAN'. 1 )i:ri:.M BER 19. 1933 



At the Theatres 



mm STORY 

NOW AT DOMINION 



"Wklte Womjtn." Wllh 
|hton and ( htoI^ I 

to Mwvtiif OnHiift 



I 



Oii« woman among slinking, 
t ! cru lierous Malay xutlv&s arnl 
; :i' hif.\.\ while men. 

Thax t tta* apot In wtaiek Canto 
T i witwiid . Mowwa pic tuw MtrcM. 
fla4» bCTMlf iB "White Woman." 
th* naw Paramount picture now at 
tba Domiuton Theatre. 

Dlwtt'd by Stuart Walker. w«ll- 
knijwn .stcx k d(re( U>r and pioducer, 
ihr [ill lure also features Charles 
Lauiihton. Charles Blckford, Kent 
Taylor, Pmr XUteMa. Mf* Yock 
■taffe playw; OtaatlM MkMMtai and 
NolMe Johnaoo, one o( tha aeraan'a 
leading colored acton, l^a flta to 
bated on a play by Norman Mllly 
Ralne aiul f-Ymik Butler. 

COLUMBIA •••Stilrtlv P(>r.N<in;il." 

tiie machinery of thi' 
"gflt-aoqualnted clubs ' uhleh in-ey 
upon the shy and lonely throughout 
the country, Is now showing at thi 
OoliimU# Ttaaatra. ICarJorla Ram- 
baan. Mdla QilBaw and- Donthy 
Jardaa plaf tha toMlag lolaa la tba 
fllm. 



Cai 



On the Sorrrn 
Leslie Howard. In 



Cel— ifcto -a^leUy 
starrtnc Marjorle 
Dominion — Charle« 
la "White Woman." 

-TooiatapaflT tiM 
•fftrrlsf B wi H a 
Hume. 

Playkousr Alt( I' ruadv In 

."Broadway to Hollywood, 
■anae TiMody Orulaa," 
with fktt SarrUc 



CAP4T0U ta ^FER 

MfDNIOmr MATINEE 

Tlioee who are pleasure bent on 
Chrlytnxss F-'ve will And a pro- 
gxanune of enterlanuneiil for every 
taati at th« Cajuiol Theatre Com 
menclng at 12.05 ajn., tioth stace 
and screen attracUoni «1U ba of- 
fered. On Um aaraas JMk 0»kie 
and CMatar Mafwa haai tha eaak in 
PanoMMmfa sensational musical 
hit. "Sitting Pretty." In support 
are more than a hundred of Holly- 
w<xxl\s mait beautiful girls, .sinking 
and daneiuti 

On the .^ta^;l' lii Minald W(hk1 and 
hl.s tiTi pii-cf or(hi',-.lia will ai.|Mar. 
with a Mirctully .si'lecled pruKiauune 
of the laii-.st rnu.sical hits. They will 
be augmented by nowl WMdarllle 




PI^AYHOUM Alice Brady phty^ 
THEATRE Jackie C o o [> r ^ 
mother in ' Broad- 
way to aaUfvooa." Matre-OoMwyn- 
UMftriWmut gavakada a( the 
theatre. cumnUt Jhovlaff oa the 
PlayhouM aeraan. Jaakia playa Bd- 
dle Quillan'a fathar. AJao he is 
supposed to grow up and marry 
MiulKf Evans in the picture. Jackie 
IS doing a lot of wondering about 

It an. 



SCOTTISH COMPANY 

PRAISED BY PRESS 



KMI'IRK 
XIItlAIKb 



Hunni-n's 



U tiDld Until 
1 oileaKUc In 
in the Night, 
at 'iu<- Umv A inot.or car .salesman, 
coiiii'-. fioin Kood theatrical stock, 
his aun' being Miaa Bva Moore, bia 
un II V. Bmond, and hla eoiuin 
.Wl . Bwnond. undBr_ con tract to 
la BflBFWoad* 



The .s<ottLsh Miusical Comedy 
CiJ!ni>.iiiy. wlik h Ls to ajipear at the 
Empire Theatre during Christmas 
week, haa received flattering com- 
mendation for Ita 
from the pries of 

conunenetaig Ita 

toor three nontha ago 

The Calgary Herald, on December 
12, commenting on the perform- 

_ ance given in that city, said "A-s 

Kooi.sU'psf raff rant a.s a breath of the lu-ulher 
alitu'iigii ii.'iii ius tender a.s a breeze of .sprli^f. 



Ih.' fntter 

Bkl' U lM..r 



.Saturday 
jxm the 



NlKht.- a 
immortal 



CHRISTMAS DAY NOT | 
ALWAYS DECEMBER 251 

HIatorlans. although the !iub}ect U I 
shrooded In obscurity a^ U:> detail, I 
place the earlitM crlebratlo*i of 
Christina."* In nwmectlon with the! 
hirth (jf ChiL-iT 1)11 I js 

about tlK- middle or the Flr^l Cen- 
tury. 

.spnadiiiK from Rome, where it 
WB.S .vtid to have startad» alMwanoe 
dftta datfVMftMlhr M« la tha 
"i^"a CmHNb* BBHii had ptwrl- 
ouily kapt op Ifc—aty • as a joint 
DB affka MattTlty and 
a(tba~ ' 



SOMETHING FOR 
THE PET LOVER 

Gift for a Dumb Friend 
Makes Lasting, Thought- 
ful Gift 



NATIVE TQNOIIE 
rORiUiriLMIi 

Italy Decides to Impose 
Additional Tax on Moving 
Pictures Alto 



aUng pictures itaelf , Is rsnttaf Ita 
%tudlaa and prodttctk» plaala tala- 
ifl fa i li i it wn^Hmn. Itakalaea- 
nfld la a avMlB amount aC "duh- 

bUg" for other films. 
Ilia retirement of the "Cinea" 

IroOl a<'ti\«- Uidu.-' ri.i] priKliuIini; iv 
a blow to Uif Italian Industry but 
plan.s „,, ,,',>ot Uiat before ; .i 
th:.N i..:i p..,i ^ which has gaUicitd 
togcthci H riiie Kioiip of acton and 

exp»T(,s (>,>•;:, pi,m),i i!(,n agHlli. 



Yes. 

Santa 

Aik! 
.s.'iai I- 



indeed, there Ls a canine 
and Pussy ha.s hiT Claus. 
iiui" feltcrcd tileiid.s must 
the gift holiday with us if 



Of 



la to be 



poem ol Robert Bums, proved to be 
aomething entirely novu In the way 
cf musical prodaBttoaai and was a 
ddighft from atail to flnldi.'* 





Rolled l«r Umppy OeeaslMs 





TP HE old fashioned coffee pot has Iohk snuc nout- into the di^iard, and 
* lovely and most interesting cohe« makers have taken their place. 
At'thr Irit lit this picture is a n«W percolator, fashioned aomewhat like 
an enlarged syiup pitcher. It ia made oi haat-reaiatiag flaei on a 
chromium stove base, is platinom atripe<!t aad haa a coMhandle. It ii 
elactrk, of cooraa. The drip pot has beo^BM a great favorite in modern 
At tha rifht ia a lovdjr vaaana drip pot with a chromium 
baaa la 9 fraA 4arfiB» 



CRIMSON PARADISE" 
TO OPEN TOMORROW 



"Tlie Crimson Paradise, ' Vic- 
toria's own picture, comes to the 
Capitol Theatre acreen for a three- 
day run, Gominenctng tomorrow. 
FilBiad han aadncoduead hr-the 
coattMBvaalth ProduetleBa. Ltd., 
"The Crimson Paradise" has long 
t>een awaited by the film-going pub- 
lic and watched by txi» ■ • a^ the 
foreruruier of a new Canadian In- 
dustry. At the premiere .showing 
last Thur-sday night. hiiiHlnds 
crowded the Capilol. and the gl iw- 
Ing reports they gave, have whetted 
the intereat of thoae to whom this 
locally produced picture la aa yet an 
unknown qtiantlty. 

The oaat la haadad hf Mlfik Btoart 
and iMcUla Browaa, Stuart bidnf 
cast In the role of a young Bigllah- 
man who suddenly flnda hlBMalf 
faced with Ilia M II H la- Bitttoh 
Columbia. 



9 

-I 



CtariatluiiiH rheer 



Good for Both 



Healtb a«rvlet or the Canadian Madleal 
" and lAtt Iniuranse Ohb* 
panlri In Canada 



An Interesting obaanratioe which 
may ffaqueatly ba nada la that 
mothan who ha?a a vary food 
undenrtandtaic ot the health needs 

of their children, and who .see to it 
that these needs are met. fail to 
give na onable attention tO their 
own health requirements. 

It is, of cotn-.se. de.sirable that the 
children receive proper care. We 
appin i.i'e that it Is through such 
care that the foundation for adult 
health is laid. But what la the 
use of laying a good fouadatkm If 
the whole health atnieture Is en- 
dangered hjr oaratoaaness with the 
superrtructuret What would today's 
mother think If her child, for w hom 
she so well provides, were. In later 
years, to lose the advantages .'^he has 
given him by caicle,s.>ily disrcu'ardliiK 
the simple rules of healthy living? 
Yet. this 1^ exactly what so many 
mothers are doing today. 

Proper food, suffldent rest, exer- 
else, ftatfi ata*, aunahlna and regular 



elimination arc Just as neoaasary for 
the health and wall-being of the 
mother aa they an for her child. 
Um child may, and likely does, 
show tha Ill-effects of neglect more 
QUlckly and more definitely than 
does the adult. NevertlK'lefws, lack 
of sleep d<H'.s make the motlicr Ir- 
ritable, and .she docs not digest food 
well when she is tired, nor Is her 
health favored by oonstltutlon. 
We do ttva for health, but health 

|A^tfaKJia_BaAfldl^S li^A am^^^^mm^^a^^ 

whlle. A lufllclency of sleep may 

make the world .seem a much 
brighter place. Properly fitted .shoes 
will Improve the temper of most 
P«'ople Time spent in the sunshine 
helps to dispel the gloom of life. 

We also Botloa that the mother 
who haa har bahy regularly super- 
vlaed by her doctor in order that 
she may have advice' on keeping the 
little one well, doe.s mt. as a rule 
a.sk her doctor to extend the same 
care to herself. Tlie routine ix-rl- 
odic health ex.qmlnatlon is of value 
at all aKcs Th" mother may have 
unsusptcted disease, or there may be 
.some abnormal CMidition of the l»dy 
present ; she may need to have aome 
deviauon from the normal corracted. 
Above all. iha Ukaiy needs the help- 
ful advlaa cf hnr famUy doctor, who, 
detacttof arrocB la her habits of liv- 
ing, directs her Into more healthful 
Channels so that .she may pre.s< rve 
her health, and not feel ashamed 
When aha laaaa^wtth bar own 



the .spirit 
complete 

Youi tnir Hiiiijial lovcr WHl be 
more pifiiM-d with remembrance 
for his pi 1 than he will be with 
something for hlmaalf. A hand- 
some new braoe for dogglaa or a 
outo faadlag diah. a aaw aqua- 
rium for tha flah, and your friend 
will be overjoyed. It's really so in- 
expensive and simple to minister 
the needs of dogs, cat.s, birds and 
fish that you have a ready-made 
gift opportunity If Hiara afa pet 

owners on your list. 

You'll find dozens of intriguing 
rubt»er toys that cats and dogj> will 
Joyfully accept. Squeaky ones and 
plain ones that will keep them 
occupied for hours. Then, too. 
there's a wkle field for dram. Mew 
stylei In comfortabto aoBuv. amart 
jaekata and shoulder braces wUl 
make aome animal prance in pride. 

A special pillow for Prince or 
Tom will always be welcome, too. 
and then there's always the chance 
for buying .some new animal for 
someone who likis them. Many 
pet shops around town arc equipped 
to meet any of these needs and 
your correspondent heartily advisee 
your shopping about tham If any of 
your acqualntaneaa aara for pati. 



It (UP). -> foreign 
ba 'Vtubbed" la Italy, 
acconUng to a recent decree. 

Aa a aoatter of fact, most of tha 
■ dubbing," or poat-synchroolaatlaa 
of imported "talkies - has been done 
here for aoaia time, chiefly because 
It Is much cheaper. 

The subetitutlon of the ItaUaa 
dialogue for tha Bn^lah In Italian 
itudlea with aoond reglatimUon 
apparatua la providing work for 
otherwlae unemployed Italians here, 
both among elaetrical experts, actors 
and actraasea, and sound ilml i,,;. 
Several new "dubbing .stwdi ^- have 
been opened here durniK tli-' last' 
six months Others have been en- 
Urged. 

FILM IMTO&Tii 
Some Idea of tha astaat of tha 
business can ba Tthtalnad from the 
fact that Italy haparli about lao 
talking mma aaflh year, -ma cost 
of subsUtuthig the Italian Unguage 
to tha aound track 'of a long pic- 
ture It about 40,000 Ure. Of course 
aot tfl Uaported films are "dubbKl " 
the pletore being given sometimes 
as a sUent fllm wttli 
subtitles. 

The decree In ouastlon 
"dubbinr sMlfatocy hi Xhriy for 
films shown here. Aaalharalauaa 
which Is even BMra haaartaat tm 

foreign flhna. la thai all -dubbed" 
fllm Bh qwn hi lUly rauat pay the 
2*!l![5™»«ht » apedal tax of lire 
28,000, or about $a,ooo. 

Apart from "dubbing" imported 
Alms, which Is practically in Italian I 
hands, the Italian cinema produc 
Uon Ls not tn a parttoalarty pros- 
perous sute. 

BUT iqiUli^iB 8TUNM 

Tha oA blf company, the "Cines," 
'^oi hat some of the be at equipp ed 
■nidiea In Europe has tut QV l&o- 
ment ceased production 
lha ••CHnes." though no longer 



CX>LUMBIA 



"STRICTLY 
PERSONAL" 



MAE WEST 



A»Tlr.R .NKiin 



"SANTA S WOHKMKM 




► EMPIRE^^ 

NOW aaowwQ ^ 

TOOTSTia»s 

Vh'V/IIGHf 

MNIMNUNI^ 

»xn ATTRArrioN 

■I'DDV Kki.IHn 

"Best of Enomies" 





Bandits Saunter 
Into RetaU Shop 
And Grub $2,800 



CHICAGO. Dec 18 fAP. -Seven 
bandits strolled into oftlces of Butler 
Brother.s' retain .store. Saturday 
carrying shot4nm.s. pLstola, and a 
machine gun concealed under news- 
papers. Once in the office, they 
pulled down masks faohkmed from 
stockings, unlimberad their arma- 
rnent and patnUad tha aisles while 

i5l2w.**'?i2U"* oflQces of 

asMO. Twenty-five women employ- 



IS 

POPJMR OlFI 

Novel Confectionery Is 
Dainty and Acceptable 
Present fn Every Case 



CULBERTSONon CONTRACT 

By Ely Culberlson 
WM% Chm$k» Playa and Createsl Card Analyst 



CERTAINTY Tg. FBOBABIUTT 

Bklding a alam with a part aeore 
has alwaya beaa aeealdarad much 
more dUBcult than reaching a slam 
contract fixim a lore acore. The 
dttfioulty of aian bMdtat with a 



,IF YOU HAVE NOT ALREADY DONE SO 





THERE IS YET i 

TIME 



To Order Your Personal 



Ti 



Christmas and ISew Year 

Greeting Cards 

We Can Complete Them on Short Notice 

THE COLONIST 

1211 BROAD aTRBST 

miNTZNO-UTHOCttAPHINO^BOOKBINDUiO-EN G KA VIN G 



pirl acore has been in a large maaa- 

ure obviated by the use of forcing 
bids regardlem of the score, and 
f"^^ J^f^-that is. Jump bids 
in other aults as forcing for one 
round. 

The hand below, which was played 
raoently in a rubber game by some 
of New York's exports, is an inter- 
esting e.xample of correct bidding 
togeUier with a lesson that a e«r- 
tainty Is alwaya to ba Btaterad to 
a probability, howavw atraw, to the 
play of the hand. """^ " 
North— Dealer. 

North and South vulnerable: part 
score. M. 

4 A 10 8 • 

— 

0 A K Q t T f 
» Q » 3 

V A Q 10 2 
A A K J 10 t X 

The blddlag: 



Hfttk mm. 
to 

4NT 



Pass 



loath 

ElfT 



Pass 



7^ Pass Paaa 

West's openhif lead waa a tnunp, 
and had South drawn trumpa and 
then aananad that the diamond suit 
would break no worse than 4-1. he 
would have been set. as East held all 
the diamonds 



.South, hnwrver. had ^„ ,„ 

a much safer line of play, which he ^alfty of the Christmas dinner 





!>fed He won the first trick in 
j ; own hand ruffed a heart, played 
the ace and another spade, and 
jruffed with the tea of oluba. Another 
heart was trumpad to Dummy, fol- 
lowed by anothar qwda, Which tha 
dedarer ruflW with tha knave. Now 

two roOBdi of trumps were pinved 

* "d th a daolarei'a kwing heart dis- 
cardad aa tha diamond in dummy. 
By thia means of play, which was 
absolutely safe, all posalbllltv of los- 
ing the hand was 'eliminated 

d Colds 

Vapors inhaled 
quK Iflv rlrar hraM 



When you're planning your Ohrtst- 
mas gift list, It'a aaiart to laahids 
many holiday fooda aad ooafaotions, 

daintily wrapped and decorated. 
Jars of liLscioua home-made miner 
meat or a rich, dark fruit cake are 
always welcome pre.sent.s. and look 
very festive when charmingly done 
up in colored pt^r or cellophane 
and tied with gay ribbons. Glasses 
of Jelly will sparkle with Christmas 
cheer, eapedally when thay havathe 
gay coloring of currants or crab ap- 
ples. Mint and pineapple conserve 
or greengage plum jam appropri- 
ately oomi^ata Iha Trrltiliir vAor 
scheme. 

GIVE VSBFUL PBBSBNTS 
Onft ot those attraetlYa decorated 
pottery cooky Jara filled with Christ- 
mas cookies is another happy gift 
idea. And a pretty make-up box 
with If.s various sections packed 
with candled fruit«, home-made 
salted nuts, fudg<'s and other 
Christmas goodies will delight any 
fastidious girl or woman. A charm- 
ing basket for holding wood, which 
may later have a panaiuNBt pkee 
near the flreplaoe, aiakaa aa ideal 
chrlatmaa gift for aa ahtfta family 
whan flUad with fruits and confec- 
tions and bedecked with a bright 
ribbon bow. 

IngenloiLS designs may be mad<* 
on colored Icings from chocolate- 
covered raisins, tiny gumdrops, 
.silver-coated and corn c.indle.s, and 
rough seed candles. Motifs in 
chHstmas tree or flower designs 
may be cut with acisaors from gum- 
drops In appropriata ooloca. Ott!iffer 
cookie man for the children can be 
gaUy dr e a aed in ooato, trousers and 
boots of different colored icing, with 
raisin buttons and perhapa a cocky 
feather made of a strip 0( Mgh 
gumdrop for the hats. 

For the Christmas feast this year 
the enterprising homemaker will in- 
clude some unatual di.shes in har 
menu, as several toothaoma noval* 
ties will add greatly to tha faatlva 
air of tha dhmar. a froaaa tomato 
or eranberry julea oodctall te a 
happy tho ) ' ' ' r the flrst course 
DE81G.N iil.NNKK SALAD 
Yuletide colore may ba introdnoad 
into the salad for iha hoHday dhnar 
hi dalickiua coflabtaMtiona. Avo- 
cado may be used with diced toma- 
and a green vegetable salad 
be pyramided on a §alailtaie 
. containing beet«. 
Iha vegetable course may also 
boast the Christmas colors In the 
form of green peppers baked with 
a nillng of cooked tomato, chopped 
onion and grated cheeae. Anothar 
unusual baked diah for tha ChrM- 
mas feast la baked apploa wMch 
have bean ataSad with mincemeat. 
In prepartag ffala recipe, pierce the 
apples for the steam to escape and 
pour a sugar syrup over thrm before 
making. 

Various Incidental dellca<-les will 
contribute much to the holiday 

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example litUe baskeU wUh seal 
loped ed«e!t may be madt fzum 
oranges and will prova laiMl ooa- 
talners for chopped Xae tally or 
fruit cut fine and aaarlnaladfa rum 
or rttew y flavorlnff (aad parhapa 
co^wad with ahredded eoeoanut). 
Pfortad fnpaa wUl add charm to 
any hottday table, and they win be 
acclaimed sj« delectable b> ai! the 
family. To prepare them, dip a 
bunch of seedlcw white grapes in 
the beaten white of two eggs. Tcyexi 
dip in powdered sugar several tlmsa 
and lay «B a Wire rack to drj. Tbay 
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THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA, B.C. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 19, 



1933 




EHGUWD WINS CRICKET TEST BY NINE WICKETS 



Earl Roche Takes 

Over Scoring Lead 
j In Na tiona l Hockey 

■Miim Left Winger HaH Two-Point \lai •;in ( Uvr 
KlMuicher and Joliat — Barry SuppluuU Soi rell 
ft. ' at Top in American Seetfoa , 

MONI'KI:aI IK i(|>' Tied 

Sittl iiliotlK'; plavrr la.st Wrclt loC 
Hder.-hip \u i'<\ii\y, m the N»- 
t>nal Hix key lA'ague, Earl Roche, 
n>tt«wu is<-nator«' young left wing, 
todmr tedofWMd up » dMur iMd 
two potnte ovsr tiM flsM. 

Mto three pouiis ,n riiinulatfd dm 

ISlt Wt-rk bl(iU({til Itui III' til 

jpl poiiiU), made up oi iwn 

and 8U aaslsta. Johnuy tior- 

Qll, who had been tied with Roche, 
pmained sti^tUMwry at ten iMinU, 
pd today iwi mar liwi lapptac 
11 recond. 

I But the most spectacular advance 

f the week wa.s bs the craJly vet- 
eran Aiirel Juliat, ( "aiuitlletis' dur- 
able left wii:^ii wtio scored six 
||OinUs and Jumped Xrom the ruck 
)to lie for Moond |il«M with 
pointa. 

Sarnr, Boitoo^ tUvrn em- 
. Mi aomU to tak* honon 
l—iWng In Mtuftl jOAto Mored 
Ih nine. Bk two potata from 
. lata gave him the leadership in 
pohit scoring In (he United States 
section. ned with Buriy. with 
eleven points, and second In the 
Canadlen dlvlatona, axe Jollat and 
jjjjNgle ■ — - 



Principals in Leafs-Bruins Recent Brawl 




Tloronto lCA|rie Leafs havt 
'nmaaaed the large total of fifty-two 

■goalF. far more than any other 
team, and make tlie C'aiiiidiaii di- 
vision top heavy with ttieii' name.i. 
Of the sixteen leaders, eight wear 
the Conny Smythe uniform. 

Red Homer, who is under sw 
pension for striking Eddie Shore at 
OOBtoo ]aat weelE, tax outpOMi eny- 
lone else In penaHleg. The Leaf 
MefeneeoMB had kMl fl minutes 
filralnst 84 tdt UOfWrOoiMeher. of 
rchirai<o niack Hawks. Other highly 
••penalized men are: Shore. 32; 
'?Smith, Montre-*' 26; Jack.son. To- 
ronto. 25: Johnson, Rangers. 22; 
.Leduc. Ottawa. 22; Clancy, Toronto, 
:23; Dutton. Americani, 21, and 
1. Ottawa, 91. 











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Jackson. Tttronto 


4 


5 


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25 


H. Kllrea, Toronto _ 


7 


1 


8 


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Sand.s. ToninLo 


5 


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1) Hixhe. Ottawa 


4 


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3 


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Clancy, Toronto 


3 


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3 


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8 


Homer, Toronto ... 


3 


3 


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Levlnsky. ToiontQ „ 


2 


4 


6 


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Flnnlgan. Ottawa 


4 


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5 


6 


Howe, Ottawa 


3 


2 


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Touhey, Ottawa . _ . 


3 


2 


5 


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Morenz, Canadlens. 


3 


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5 


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11 


Bailey. Toronto 


2 


3 


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4 


5 


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4 


11 


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2 


2 


4 


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Voss, Ottawa 


2 


2 


4 


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2 


2 


4 


10 


Shannon. Ottawa . 


1 


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4 


2 


Martin. Americans 


1 


3 


4 


8 


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irl Roche, Ottawa 7 6 13 8 

_ Cher, TDronto . 6 5 11 34 

JoUat. Canadlens ..6 5 11 14 

Prlmoau, Toronto ..8 7 lo o 



Barry, Boatui 

Sorrell, Detroit 

Aurie, Detroit 

Stewart,. Boston 
Gottsellg, Chicago 
Boucher. Rangerr. 

Lamb, Boston 

Thompson, Chicago. 
Ooodfellow, Detroit. 

Carson, Detroit 

E^ms, Detroit ... 
A. Smith, Boston 
Pettlnger. Detroit .. 

Oliver, Boston 

F. Cook, Rangers .. 

LewLs, Detroit 

Cook, Chicago 

Welland. Detroit 
Wi.seman, I>etroit 
(■rracle, Hoston 
W Cook. Rangers 

Dillon. Rangers 

Keeling, Rangers 
Couture, Chicago ... 
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BiNS PLAY 
IB 2-2 




Overtime Fails to Decide 

Winner — Black Hawks 
I Trounce Canadlens 



NEW TORK. Dec. 18 (AP).— Bos- 
•ton Bnilna And New York Rangers 
I struggled through seventy minutes 
I of hockey, most of It lightning fast, 
;to a 2-2 tie, Sunday night. The 
draw left the nniins two points 
ahead of the liis' place RaiiRer.s In 

the American division standing of 
the NMkBtt Hockey Lsac««. 

Bit Heleon Stewart scored both 
Boston foals, but it was his team- 
Goalie Tiny Thompson, who 
Mat of the applause of the 

0( 12,000 Thompson gave a 

rsnuufkable exhibition in the first 
period to record f wenty-oni- stops. 

i WIN Qg, AMERK8 DRAW 
I IhETROrr, Dec. 18 (AP).— Oom- 
^&g from behind after trailing by 
two goals at the end of the first 
.period, Detroit Red Wing.s played 
a 4-4 overtime tie game here Sun- 
dav night with New York Amer- 
ican.^ in a Nntinnal Mix key League 
match 

Carson, Eiiuii.s and Ooodfellow 
made up the scoring line for the 
Wings, tills forward oomMnation 
having a part in all of the Wliw 
foala. 

Hawks tbim canadiens 

riTirAfiO. Dec IR Chicago 
Black Hawks trounced Canadlens, 
4-1. in their National Hockey League 
fixture here )a.st night. Hawkx 
wored twice In the opening period 
and i«ne in the second and third 
franu^ Canadlens' lone nnffker 
came in the second ssaslon when 
Joliat foimd the net on a oonblna- 
tion ptajr with Oagnon and MorenE. 

The Rawk vtetorjr evened up their 
sertos to date, the TinailsM liav 
Ing won at Montreal. 



liKihility to Pay 
Hi*X Sdlarirs Made 

Mack Sell Player^ 

PHILAX>ELPHIA, Dec. 18 (AP).— 
XnaMttr io pay any loufer what 

his ".stars" demanded, and realiza- 
tion of the need of a new pitching 
.staff were rea.sons given today by 
Connie Mack for the break-up of 
rhi.s once champiomMp Philadel- 
phia Athletics. 

THe f t u a u pilot ot the A s in- 
sisted that puMlshed reports that 
he was forood to sell "by the bank- 
ers,** wars untrue. 

It Is in times of economic distress, 
such as we ezperlenoe everywhere 
today, that one sees very dearly the 
atrength of the moral forces that Uve 
in a people.''-nAlbert KInstein. 




TOURING EC.C. XI 
TAKES FIRST MATCH 
IN DECISIVE STYLE 

CroHd oi l,'^,00() Walrlu . roiirlii>ioii of First Xett 
Ever l'lay« «l in — V aJi iiiinr Scores 

136 for W iiini rs \irlioIs QipUires 

i^^iglil ludiuii W ickels 



ADELAIDS, Australia. Dec. 18 
(CP),r-8outh AustraUa defeated 
New South Wales by ten wickets 
in an interstate cricket match com- 
pleted today while at Melboume, 
where play continues between Vic- 
toria and Queensland. The former 
rolled up a Bist inalnsr taUjr of 

204. 

Don Bradman. celebrated bats- 
man, scored 78 rune for New South 
Walee here. Orimmett aet a new 

record for Interstate cricket when 
he pa.s.sed his 300 wickets mark. 

The scores: New South Wales, 108 
and 271 (Bradman. 76; Kippax, 90; 
Lee. three for foun; South Au.stra- 
11a, 316 and fi."} for no wlCket.s (Ryan. 
94. not out: Main, four wickets for 
69). At Melbourne: Victoria, 340; 
^ ' 4T f or ooe. 



BOMBAY. India. DM. IS (CP) — 
England today defeated India by 
nine wickets it the oonotuaion of 

"**fL.**2Sl**^ «t«fcrt 
matelv not efir p layed on Indian 
aolL 

The oooiplete eseraa: India. ai9 
Id auj MaM. 4IS and 40 f or 

one wicket 

A great crowd of 45.000 turned 
out for the closing stages of the 
matcli after the Indians' promis- 
ing .second innings stand Sunday, 
by the clohe of play they had com- 
piled 159 for only two wicluta. 

Valentine, ninninff up 184. waa 
the hi«heet eeonr of the match, 
but the crowd gave a great ovaUon 

^i5?SL''*^ ^ i« nms 

for mdla. 

NICHOLS BOWLS DEADLY 
Nichols proved ESngland'a most 
effective bowler, getting a total of 
eight wickets at an avoTMie ooet of 
about 13 runa. MlaBar was best of 
the Indian bowlrn wHh fiiw wick- 

ets f or 80t 

Amak Nath and Naldu had 
brought the total up to 159 for two 
wickets overnight Naidu reached 
his 50 In two hours at the wickets 
The pair brought the 200-run mark 
and Naidu went on to reach 67 

t!'. ^ VWsotlne 

off Nichols. 

Amar Nath. the Indians' moat re- 
doubtable batsman, was put out 
after rsaOMng 118, with the total 
at 308 for four Nichols made a 
wonderful diving catch to get the 
ball an inch from the ground 

The rest of the Indians were dls- 
ml.s.sed cheaply, for a total of 258 
runs, leaving the English to get 
only 40 for a wiu IfltdieU agahii 



tost the am wicket cheapiv. out 

Kr2ff?*" became a.s.MHiu(ed and 
hit freely to obtain tlie ncces.saiA 
runs for a victory by „ii,e wicket*. 

The scores ^ 
India, first iimingg, 318 
England, flrst iMI^i, 48g. 
INDIA (Second Innings) 

Waair All, c Nicliol.s. b Clark • 

Navle. c Elliott, b Chirk " 4 
Amar Natlian, c Nichola b 

Clark 

Naidu. c Valentine." b wiohiial' S? 

Jal. c Jardlne. b Nichoto. ' n 

Amar Singh, b Verity.. , 

Merchant, c BDiot. b Lajigndge ;jo 

Cc>lah.cBllot.bNkaiols.:... . 2 

Niaaar. Ibw Nlchola , 

Jamahed Jl, not out 1 

Ramjl. ibw Nichol«..:;iI! a 

Extraa — — — . w 

IXital _ 



Bawling 

Nkhols 23^5 7 

- 19 5 

Langridge . ig 7 

Verity' S i 

Town.send 12 5 

Fall of Wicketa— 9-1, 

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Mitchell. Ibw Amar Blt^ftkmm. — 9 
Walte^ »S «alZ*"'*"" 

•Mai (for one wloket).«. j 4$ 



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»«*ar 4 t 25 0 

Amar Singh 3.2 1 15 1 



ManeheHer CUy 
Defeati Aui^ian 
Soccer Team, 34> 



fANOHESTER, Eng., Dec. 
18 (CP) -The Manches- 
ter City eleven of the First 
Divi.sion of the EnglLsh Foot- 
ball I,ea«ue. tills afternoon, 
defeated the Austrian Football 
Club, 3-0. The Austrian side 
waa virtually the aame aa the 
Auatrian international eleven 
which held Soottand to a draw 
rec ent ^. 



M EGLECT of actloa hf referees in five apparent rule Infractions re- 
suited in Toronto Leafa and Boaton Bruin, discarding the nuck and 

55^3 J5!2JL campus, when two players were injured and 
12,000 apeetators got an eyeful. (1) -Ace" Bailev frinn^n V„ k-L 

llr*"' S^i^ J=Tl^*"y <3) "R" ' Horner, *To1hen%u.hi5 

Shore and knocked Wm down with a right hook to the jaw. Shore 
a three-wch gaah in h.s head that took seven stitches to close. (4) KhSr 
Clancy who had trouble with "Red" Bcatt.c and othera in . melw 
against the boards, m which a few spectators tried to joill (5) cSuuJ 
Smyth.. \«f/,'„,;;;«y«cr who got tangled up with ^S^Jk^^SS^ 
aiLuuLu.1 to go to the aid of hia ininred players. 



Star Pitcher of N.Y. Gfants 
Accorded High Honors by 
§ports Writers 




REP RUGGERS WILL 
HOLD WORKOUT AT 
OAK BAY TONIGHT 

The Rep Rugby players and re- 
aerves must be at the Oak Bay Park 
tonltfit at S o'eloek. Plapers are le- 
queated to bring Ruitfbf toga and 
shoes. 





IN A WKPf R boat/ 
tlo othtr materials werp used in it^ 
mwHitacturff but compressed pappr 



MANAIMO CITY XI 

, , DEFEATS JUNIORS 



NANAimX DeOk 18 (CP).— The 
Rugby gaoM soheduled for Sunday, 
between Haaahno and the rowing 
club of Vaneouver. was poal 
on account ot froecn grounds. 
In a benem aateh for the Na- 
" IObMbms flhesr fund, Na- 
hatano Otty aoeeer eleven defeated 
the Junkir AO-Stars. 4-0. 



Chicago Bears Win 

V ^. Pro F moibaU 

WRIOLEY FTF:T.I) CHICAGO. 
Dec. IS (AP>.-In A .sen-satlonai 
Shower oC forward passes, the Chi- 
cago Bears wen the United Stataa 
profoaalonal IMtbaU dnunplonidilp, 
Sunday. beaUng the New York 
OHanta. 88-31. in a bailie witnessed 




AT OLYMPIC ALLEYS 

roMMERCIAI. TtNPIN X ' 

Srvtlon "A" 
TIHIcam A.C. — R Thompnon. ^i. A 
Vlvl«n, 134: J. Let. 480. O Walton. 4f)3 
A. Pallc. 559. J. Quinii. 317, handicap. 
:43 Total. 3.839. 

■rnt a- A Kent. 130; O. MorftV. 4S7; 
A. McKlerahan. 4S3: M. Pataiia Stll H 

wooiiton. 500: w. nUtfla. aHi haeatcap 

319. Total, I.S3S. 
Ktnt'a WM tw*. 



ot 

Vfrmo»\t, 

Homp - ( 

ON The 



^ANX CAT 

C(GARETTE5 
SOAP' 





n.BO. nif>Ut«r»-WM.lM, 4«Sl asMroft, 
548; Ro.ic 439: Bent. «SS: SbWireod. 435; 
handicap. 436. ToUl, 3.705 

S«a* mt Caaaaa - C Hilton. 4RS: B. 
Msvrtaon, 504: W. John«on. 497; O Me- 

tU. Total. 3.704. 
Bond of Canada won two. 

Haatlera — Simmons. 379; Butt. M7; 
Sampi*. MS: Stock, 491: Slwood. t4T: 
handicap. ISO. Total. 3.710. 

Natlanal MaU w C. Heathfl»td. 4«7: J. 
Waters. i3h. J, Todd. 474: T. Watari, 4St; 
H. Hill, 4«7; handleap. 111. Tptal. 3,«3 
MaMmal mtumn «m tw, 

Maarm nhoa Ca.— C. OontMt 547: H 
Pollard. 449; A Spouw. 4«3: F. OrlaMnlth. 

471: H Edwards. 47J. handlrap. 378 
Total, 3 800 
Kodern Shoa Co. won three by default. 

AP.a. fflVaPIM LBAOOB 

Emprea. •B"— M. naWMlar. ««4: A. W. 

Dyk--.,. 439; W. RobMk. 478: W 'Mc- 
Dlarmtd. «0J: A Knieht. 434 Total |.t84 
ImpreM n OralK-m. 491 J Kanp, 
Ml: A. Whyte, 616; K. Zimmerman. 4Ma- 
aj^na**. 4SI. TMal. a.siS. 
"A" wm thrM. 



' f -y. B B i n T . MmlM. ist: A. 
93; H Deveraaut. Mi. R wSfeOTTas 



I-awn B«wler» O Orard. 806. A ■ 
Bhotbolt. l«l: A. T. Harru, 404 ; 6. B 

r A V SMea-^T. HmlM. tat: A. 

Itiin ~ — ^M.- 

393; 

Total. 3.S«3 

«. a N. 8hop( won two. 
CP. Kgpreea O. B.' Dajr, MO: F X 
Dutot. 400; R. Boethe. 177: M. Wllkliiaott; 

554; r M Tlrkle. 421 Total. I „^82 

era, Trircrapha W Stewart 749 W 

2?; S^ufd"* *^»- I R Burni. 

»>« 487 Total. 3.831. 

0.r.n. Telocraphi won three. 



(Not»-Thia la the flrat of a aeries 
defaiiinK the results of the third an- 
Aaaoclated Press sports poll on 
the outstanding features of 1933 ) 

NEW YORK. Dec. 18 (AP).-In 
a year marked by some of the meet 
anaaalng achievements of thla tur- 
bulent athletic age, a Jury of expert 
opinion In the United Stetea today 
nak» Carl Owen RubbeU, lean 
Oklahoma aouthpaw, ace of the 
wypPton New York Giants, a.s the 
OVtslandlng individual performer of 
18I8. 

The pitching hero of the world 
>crle.s. already designated as the 
National Leagues most valuable 
player, leads the year^ stars in all 
other ivotts. amateur or profes- 

? "u'^Ji to "»W Mnual poll of 
United States sports editors and 
writers, conducted by the A.s.soctated 
Pres."?. 

Hubbell more than doubled the 
vote of hw nearest competitor, fleet 
Jack Lovelock, of New Zealand and 
Oxford, who made foot-iaelnc his- 
tory In a world leoord cm-iSi laos 
last July. ««^wMe nee 

RECEIVES BIG VOTE 
The pltchfT received flfty-flve 
votes or approximately one-fourth 
of the total of aoe cast Lovelock 
was named on twenty-five ballota 
and la the first British star to figure 
so prominently hi this American 
wnteat. Third pUce goes to Johnny 
Ooodman. the Nebra.ska amateur 
who won the Unltrd .states open 
golf championsiiip. with nineteen 
votes. ™" 

Brttlsh aoe. Tnd Perry. 

"Tmes fourth with fifteen votes. 

Among those receiving one vote 
were Hon. Michael Scott. British 
amateur golf champion; feddle 
Shore, Canadian hoetey player of 
Boston Bruins: Sir ItriMimOatep- 
beii, motor car need ace- lAu 



The Vletoria Haseball Club will use 
the' Royal Athletu- Park next Sum- 
mer. An under.siatidinp, mutually 
.satisfactory, has been reached be- 
twet'n the two organizations, in 
order that the agreement may be 
signed. It has been dseldsd that the 
ball association be reerganiaed with- 
out delay, and. far that purpoae. a 
meeting of all Interested has been 
arranged to take place on Sunday- 
morning. L. Plummer, who has been 
the chief mover In seeking the.se ar- 
rangements for next, .reason, states 
that the Royal Athelilc Parle will 
be so Improved that It will furnish 
the home team with quarters and 
a playing area .second to none on 
the Pacific Coa.st. it will be more 
central than Oak Bay Park and big- 
ger crowds are expected to attend. 



The Seattle and Victoria y m c a 
baakethall teama will do battle ui 

the international series at the As- 
sembly Hall tonight at 8 o clock. 
The praspeetive ant;iRoiiist.s are 
tralne<l to the minute and a ding- 
dong battle .shouid take place, it 
U reported that W. Q. Findlay's 
lads are in .siu li shape that it would 
take a bunch of whirlwipda to beet 
them. The forwards have the net 
down ao that they oan hit the mark 
fnm any angle of the floor. Both 
foatda are in good condition and 
are eapeeted to hoU the visiting 
forwarda at bay. 



mmm 



strong Entry Expected for 
Christmas Day Plungt 
in Inner Harbor 



Escorted by Billy Morsshy. their 

manager, and other officials of the 
Victoria Rugby Club, to say nothing 
of a large number of local tnthust 
aats, the fifteen men who will take 
the field this afternoon against 
Vancouver hi Iba seoOBd oC the Mc- 
Kechnle Oup series on the Main- 
land, boarded the Princess Victoria 
shortly after 10:30 o'clock ia.st tuvM 

Inasmuch as it has been a.s.sened 
that the principal reason that the 
Malnlanders were defeated here a 
couple of week.s ago wa.s their failure 
to obtain rest during the prevloua 
night, the locals are determined to 
take advantage of the lesson taught 
by their rivals' misfortune, and WlU 
retire early and obtain a reasonable 
amount of sleep. Vietoila la eonfl- 
dent of triaunlag vaaoovm again. 



I*dy: -I'm afraid FB have to re- 
timi that parrot I bought here some 

S^w.**?- a" my friends 

ay his dreadful language- 

Denier "Ah, von v e got to be care- 
ful ow voii talk iKf im. lady 
« s terrible quick to ieam." 



Holly Bcrrv Ucf 

Los AfifrtH^ CsWf. 



AN TOUCH HIS PALAAS ^ 

FLOOR WITHOUT BENDING HIS KNtF') ^--^^ ^•mwJZ^Z^ 

EXPLANATION FOR SUNDAY'S RIPLEY CAKTOOM 

ALL SUNDAYS ITKMS SBLP-EXPLANATORY. 

^ Ckfigaslai JUstaVi a/* XIib {eatiuea, New YMk QmiUL 



FIN UNCIAL nVEPIN LCAOI E 

,ir J" -T »M; O Fat^raon. 

»''./^'^**"""' C '^l'-' 598 o 

Laach, 517. A W Millar. mSTt mmim' 
«M: R WlKr,n, 574 ToUXT--^ 

oatam -Brown won two. 



AT ABCADE ALLEYS 



ICF nVFPIV I.EAr.lT 

Mllh jrii. .S4J J Watt, 6*4- 

V. Rearborouah. 833 D Crouton, tSS' Im 
»cor«. 410 Total. J 7JJ " 

iST» n . .79 w Wllmott. 171 w 

^WTT. •.: D. Danai. 5.7. Total. LWa 
Pro Patrla w«ii two. •™* 

A Bann. til. c RnfM 
»rO. Chlalatl. 733: |o« .cor,. I3« TilTl 

•* Tnmf~0. Rod way 7M r 
Cart#r. 477 J Mat»»n W1 c fj»«-*l-i' 

»» r Whufor,; m Total wST*^ 
TctcraM at rtMM. wm Utraa, 



Members of the Esqulmalt r(K>f- 
ball Club are endeavoring lo bring 
an outside eleven here for a match 
on New Year.s Day at the Royal 
Athletic Park Efforts are now being 
made to bring In a strong aquad 
from Tacoma. and the chances are 
that the plana will go through. Ta- 
coma la aald to have a weU-balaneed 
team and would attract oonatderable 
attention If ttiay played here on the 
holiday. 



Boston Club to (,ive Bailey Entire 
Receipu of Tanighi^s Game 

MONTREAL. Dec 1R (CP) -Entire receipts of the 
National Hockey League game at Boaton tomorrow 
night will be tumad ower to Inrln ("AcaS Bailey, 
now in a critical condition in a Bojtton hoapital. 

Presidant C. P. Adama, of Boaton, announced the gift 
in a commnnication with Praaidaat Frank Calder. of the 
National Leat^ue. who urSg gAttf > *t tosgllt «IMld Wilve 
ita ahare of the gate. 

Calder agreed readily, stating he thought Bogtoii*a move 
WM a splendid gesture. The gaina. batwaan Montreal 
aaaroons and Boston Bruin.s. may gross as high as $15,000, 
■ MU-out occurs, for the only deductions wUl ba Fadaral 
and Btsta tsssa. 

The Boston G-irden is givinf tha ice* free of renUl. and 

Sl^JL*ii n*^a.''***'«** ^ '^P«<' ♦he night. 

Mwa«.HJ* tha wiaiting team does not share in the gate. 



PlaiLs were completed yesterday 
for the annual Christmas Day swim 
in the Inner Harbor tn i the beet 
talent In the city wUI phuage lalo 
the water, no matter what the 
weather Is hke, to race over the 
nfty-yard eourse for the handsome 
trophy donated this year by cap 
tain M. D. Harbdrd, preKident of 
the Victoria Amateur Hwinimlng 
Club. Tlie V A S C. l.s sUging the 
event aK;ii'i and a mixed field of 
Victoria s l)c,i. will, no doubt, faee 
the starter Rntrles will close Sat- 
urday evening at 6 o'clock at the 
pryatal Oardan and the raoe idi 

momii* at 

10:30 o'clock. 

Hie event will be run on a han- 
dicap basil and Is open to all ama- 
tetir swimmers living in the city 
Inaugurated many years ago the 
race has alwav.s attracted a great 
deal of attention I^xst ye;ir Carrie 
Orey. one of Vidoria.s best iujiiatlo 
•stars, won the event aft^r a dose 
race .She won the challenge CUO 
outright, and CapUln Harbord haa 
presented a new trophy. Arrange- 
menta wiu be praetteaQy the smm 
as in prsvious yeara 

EXPEf r STRONG PIELO 
In niing entries, competitors aiw 
a.'^ked to give their name, address 
and phone number. So far n<p^«a1t 
do not know who will be In the 
Held after the laurels and ariaaa 
Carrte Orar la expected to STWn 
hand to defend her h ., ,,r.., b.n win 

^jetO be at her t,.-..L a« /o,ne 
■nonr wrlmmers have signified 
their intentlon.s of ukins the 
plunge. * 

CapUln Harbord will be oflQclal 
referee. .vIuIp Hlbben,on. Peden and 
•stott Will be the judgea. W a 
stanyon will act aa atarter !». 
mediately after the event. Ihi m 
and other prize* wlU be di^bSi 
Cap tain Harba td. 

BOSTON RED SOX 

B UY HEW C ATCHER 

8T lOUIS. Dec. Ig (AP).~919 
of Catcher Gordon Hinkie, last year 

with the Rochester International 
League Club, to the Boston Red 
SOX is announced by the St. LouU 

Cardinals. — " ■ 

nounced. 



TraU Win» From 
Kimherlpy 



KIMBERLSY. B.C.. Dec. Ig (CF) 
-Trail won the openit« game of 
the Kootenay Hockey League. Sat- 
urday night, when the Brttiah Ool 
himbla Champa downed Klmbertey. 
T-3. The game waa even for ih#. 
moat part with Trail's better ctm- 
dition atandtag it in good Kead. 
Tjie aame two team* meet again 
Monday night Nelson arid Rcm- 

iSf fSSaJ'Sirt?' 



"No bualnma can be ealled rr»lly 
suceewful which has at the boitom 
»orker« who are not able to Uv# 



THE DAILY COLONIST, VXCTORIA. B.C. TUESDAY, DECEMRKR 10. I9.w 



IREAT ARRAY OF GOLFERS WILL PUY IN SOUTH 



iUrgest Fields in 

History Will Seek 



Prises oj $26,500 

Sfaile, GaldaU, 8«rwm, Hafcn, Wood, Dkfd 
mi F«al Ibu^ Among Those T«k|iif Ptet 
ta GillfwBian and Mfxirau Toi 
J SUrt o« Tiiawday 



LOe ANGELB8. Dec. 18 (AP). - 'winner of itu 
of th« fTMttest arrajr o 



In tb* history ot Um 




of 



iMMmir profM- 

« 1 <> n n 1 s c o n- 
tinued U) ftrrlvp 
for the \\'inl<T 

neMdW tn !■ I' I 
llIuItT v". .1 ■• :i ' 

Pasadi'liii ii e \ I 
Thur il H •■ It 
WM »I) oplltni.s- 
Clfi »rray <>r 

■Mrtik ADd put- 
ter pwr f owa w * 

•oatknti Oftll- 
fondftli locker 
rooms and folf 
oounefi to get In 
a lew practice rounds 
Paaadena $4,000 ( .* nt .i|>« 

While the $26 ."SOO In prize money 
for the .seven tournaments Is less 
tbm lulf of (he atate la th« Miden 
«m «f IMO. H to awre «hm W.000 
larger than last season. 

Denin Shute. the British open 
champion, In due tomorrow Ralph 
Ouldahl. runner-up to Johnny 
OoodniKi atiiateiir. In the 

United State.s C)|x'ii tournament, Is 
•n route. Ciene Sarazen, P Ci A. 
ttoaaaskoKi, is expected in time for 
tho iaru* callmlt Ogm, and per- 

HAGEN TO PLAT 

Iter HaKt-n. tiie veteran show- 
the llnlcs, also to CWUornla- 
Oralg Wbod. iMdtaf money 



1933 season, was on 
hand. Leo Dlegel. former Canadian 
Open champtnn. has been on the 
aoeae far aeveral months, ooUeoUng 
» fMr tlllit beraalMate. mmIi m Ite 
■cHiii Oaltfomto CtoWtan 
Open rh a n ip4'?iitf<fpw 

Paul Runyan. • winner of Um Mg 
.stage, last year, the Afu* OMtoate 
Ot>en Is here. 
F. :i >wiav an sun of ooBtaf Mt 



When Argos Defeated Sarnia in Grid Final 




1m '■ .' . the 



I'Ul.s : 

( X n 

: >. r. lulxT 29-31 
$J,UOO Amatcur-FXOi 

January 6 
Match Play 



January ai-Sa— Long Beach $1,000 
Meda l jrig. OBO dy; tljOM But- 

HBB^kl^S0l^ ^l0^VQ^^rit 4BH|^e 



January 

Amateur-Pro. 

February 1-4 — AfOa 
$7,500 Open. 



Foxx Enjoy* Big Sea 
90I1 Id 




Headgear for Ice 
Hockeyistn Bvinft 
Planned by Adam$ 

Dk ETROrr, Dee. 18 (OP).— 
' Bmntgrn* for hockey 
players, rfmllar to those worn 

by football players, aiul one 
which would prevent such In- 
juries as those suffered by 
"Ace" Bailey, of Toronto Ma- 
ple Leafs. Is being designed by 
Jack Adams, manager o< the 
Detroit ned Wlate. 

Adams revealed his plans 
for the headgear today. He 
.-aid lie and his trainer, 
• Honey ■ Walker, have had the 
Idea in mind for .some time, 
and that .several prominent 
Detroit brain specialists have 
agreed such a headgear would 
have averted the Injivy mf- 
f^red bv Bailey. 



CHICAOO, Dec. M (AP>^A look 
at the official American League bat- 
ting averages for the IMS eham- 
plontfilp season gives more than a 
mild idea of why Connie Mack clung 
to James Emory Foxx when he sold 
off most of hLs talented stars at 
the re<< nt major league meetings. 

The brawny first -ba.seman won 
the battliy{ title of the circuit with 
a maric of 356. aod produced most 
of the outstanding offenaiva demon- 
strations al the aeeaoB. 

In spite of ttw elalau that the 
A m er ican Leaffne baaAaQ waa of 
tha "hnltr' variety, ftax took hto 
first individual champtoodrip with 
the lowest avera^^e In twent^-fle 
years and 'the fourth lowest in the 
Ameriran I^a^ue s history. 

Foxx twice tied the record for 
extra basehils in one game, and on 
Augu.st 14 creal^'d a new niarlc for 
runs batted in. He batted home nine 
runs against Cleveland that day, 
and on another occasion drove in 
seven. Five times hto war-elah ae- 
eouated for Ave runa In a 

Not the Jaaat of hto 
ments waa a uuUaetluu of forty- 
eight home runs to take the honors 

for the .second sm' ' r<K,<;'vc' c;i;.i!i 
OTHER PEKFOKMANCES 

Other outstanding performances 
were epnad around. Heinle M%- 
nuah. of ttM ehamploB Waehlngton 




lUn* PAD SEND HOME A ® 



RADIO 



Oallente 



And h« nin pIttM ihg «lnh 

Trade in your present act on a new 

Victor. We wiil makt you • Ubaral 

allowance. 



You Can Havo 

Tmnu'lite 
Only on a Victor 



KENT'S 




1167 

•1 nh 1 II imtii 




Senators, hit gafely in thirty-three 
consecutive gamas^ and Outfielder 

tsam wiee, or St. i — " ^ 

first itt feMi of the 

seeoUve timee at hat, on April IS 
against Chicago. 

Manush flnishotl second t'\ tt'^"" 
with .336, and had the most hit4 
221. -Lou Gehrig, of tnc .u i.. 
who ran his record consitutiv? 
_ „ to 1,S80, was third at 
JS4, aM M Ik MMlBg Irtlll 138 
nms. 

Joe Cnmln, Washington's man- 
ager, led in two-l)ase hit.s with 
forty-five, and his team-mate. Ma- 
nush. had ' 
teen. 

Ben Chapman, of the Yankees, 
again toppiid Mm Md In etolen 
b a e e e . wMH twaaty - seven, and 

George "Mule" Haas, of Chicago, 

sacrificed thirty times. 

Th<' league a\praKe in i)attlntr fell 
ofT four points from the 1932 mark. 
The general average was .275 to .277 
for a year ago. The Senators re- 
placed the Athletics as the leaders, 
with Ml, and the A's two pointe 
behind. Twenty playere xanhed as 
fagulan hit JOG or better, to 
twenty-five in 1932. 



ENDORSES 
NANAIMO, 



UOAKI) OK TRADE 



Dec, 18. — The city 
council here tonight endorsed the 
action of the board of trade in theh- 



Toronto Argonauts are Doailnlon 
football champions for IMS. In one 
of the greatest stnigglee ever wit- 
nessed on an lutem grid, a game 

which out-thrilled even the thrlllhig 
Wlnnlpeg-Argo tilt the week pre- 

vloas, Sariila's Imperials went down, Burns again 
to a 4-3 defeat In the (iy\nn mo- ment kick. 



Ted Morris, to polh over for a 
touch. Argos were trailing by two 

poftits at the time. But the Im- 
perial line, which had stopped Bum.s 
and Morri.s aW afternoon, did the 
trick again, so they called back 
this lime for a place- 
The claseness of the 



ments of the game. Played on a Kame meant tbat the three points 
snow-covered gridiron. In zero from Uiat kick would result in Vic- 
weather. the two teams turned in [ tory or defeat. Bums made no mis- 
take, and here we see the two teams 
anxiously watching as the ball 
soared up and between the goai- 
stldBi to put Argos ahead. 3-1. in 
the lower picture. Jack Taylor is 

- ^ ^ — «een running with the ball, with 

Sarnia Ilns. One of the dramatic Sarnla tackler.s in hot pursuit. Ar 
plays of the game h«.s been caught gos played 

by the photographer in the illuatra- 1 the season. They won their first 
tion at top. It was when Argos had I two (exhibition), lost their flnt two 
pushed their way to wiUiin ten league games, then won eltfit 



almo&t faultless football, only one 
fumble that waa at all costly oo- 
curing. That was by Samia. late in 
the tbliid period, and it gave Argoa 
the POiBt when Ab Box was 
to mM tl 



ahto 



the pigskin over the 



Officials State Association 
Droppod Ahnut $50,000 
in Recent Meeting 



efforts to have an aMimtly wharf |P"f^f ' rJ^^.^^f wiuun ten league games, then won elgb 
tar^the OMt CtoaaC of the Wandlil^tL^l ^Iv^^SilliJi? ^ o U«d|atrai^ victories to take the «hMn. 



on their tanks. Tommy BVM and I 



WINTCR 
CRADC 



COLD WEATHER 

demands Special Oil 




Shields and Helen 
Jacobs Ranked No. 1 
In U.S . Tenn is Lists 

New and Californian IMarr*! al lop of 

Standings — Kilmer Allium and Mrs. Moody 
Second — ^Alice Marble Placed Third 



Sold at Imperial Oil Dealers* and 
Sorvico Stations. Drivo in today I 




By A I. A". ' . ■■i,r> 
A.tROClkUd Prr.ss .Hi'urti Editor. 
NBW YORK. Dec. 18 (AP)^ 
Prank X. thtoMe. giant New York 
I youth whose oooNtaek was a sen- 
sation of the tennto season at home, 
'and Helen Jacobs, of Berkeley, 
Calif , victor by default in her mem- 
orable match for the United States 
' onKMi's .sHiKles champion.shlp with 
Helen Wills Moody, are the oAclal 
nominations for Mi^ 1 ASMftean 
ranking for 1933. 

Thab> aeleetloo, Shtaldi for the 

first time in his meteoric career, 
and Miss Jacobs for the second 
successive season, was made public 
yesterday by the ranking committee 
of the United sutes Lawn Tennis 
Association. The complete national 
ranking list Is subject to ratifica- 
tion or change by the ananal eon- 
ventica of the Ujsx tjl. to be held 
Mbruanr 10, In Pittsburgh. 

WL ■uworth TlneB. Jr , of Pasa- 
dena, the 1031-32 United States 
champion and No. I, is omitted en- 
tirely from the mens ranking list, 
due to hLs action in turning pro- 
fessional iK-foci aM ilMa the 
calendar year. 



SAN BRUNO. Oal.. Dee. 17 (AP). 
— Noah'a Pride again came through 
on the stretch today to win the fea- 
ture race on tlia dosing day of the 
forty-one-day meet at Tanforan 
The winner noaed out DLs Dat, who 
placed second, and Al Jolson, who 
ambled in third. 

The time on the heavy track was 
, 1 minute 12 1-S seeoQda for the 170 
twelve games through I feet laM than furlongi. A CTOWd 

' of 9jM aaw the doelng liaees. 

President Henry r Rus-sell an- 
nounced the track had lost about 
$50,000 during the forty -one-day 
meet, but cxpres.sed confidence In 
his officials, Charlf'; Fltr-Oerald, of 
New York, and J. B. Campbell, of 
New Orleana. 

Resulta follow: 

Plrrt aae*-|6«0: eUUBlng; thrM-mr- 
old! and up: A. B. OprMkaU Murw 

Snorky (OichlD) |S.M |4 ao it oo 

Schoontr (Turk) t30 4 M 

Time, 1:11 

Alio ran: Blark Uammr. Boyd MrO««. 
B«by Banc. Chlmln» B»1U, Lidy Tourna- 
ment, Uttlr Broom. Ohub. Phuar, ComUui 

Second Race (SSS: -*-*—' tmm-w^r. 

olds; A. B Bprecktii «ewS? """'^ 

Ur 'Thorntoni MJStSSS II M 

Cry.tal Flyer flialbtn) . . , . „ »!5 J S 

Andale <8mllh) ; j.S 

Time. I M J-«. 

Also ran OaroMl g»M» MMIa 

B . Sweet Peko*. 

Third Race 1600. rUlmlni; three-yaar- 
oldi and up: A R nprcekaU eourM' 
Rome Vrnnle ' R'lm ri) |e«.e» SIMS' N.M 
Mitnuoblan (FulUnli Saje If an 

Princeaa Va> (McCown> , ,. jT oO 

Ttaaa, i ii. 

Alao ran Prince Heathar, mar J. 
French Honey, Teaberry. Buitllni, Oala. 
fold. Llolale. 

Fourth aao»— ITM: for all aces A B 
apraoluls mum: 

Waah'a FrMa (Bakn). . . .ti3,)o ts 00 )i,w 

Dla nat 'Woof) ».m *M 

A' Jo'»oi' <PoUartf) $am 

Time. 1 IJ 1-5. 

*j5?^'*p: Or. Fratland. Huau. Tlmorott* 
PlfUi lUea—lMO: etaimlnt: thr««-yMr- 
oldi and up. mil* and a alxtaanth- 

nr Jlll*on (Smith) tt 00 14 M II (M 

»"r,£iSi;;^n :: «: 

Time. 1:U «-». 

Alao ran: Mlaa CbayaniW. TTilla 
Peterkln '^rwaam, timiui. 

SliUi Ilaca— tMO: •laialoc: Uut-rmt. 
nSH,^ s^tr rarda: 

<Tioa» 4M 



Ml y«i«i It 



Phena B6018 



1199 



V. 
I • 




• so 



Dacatta <Barnlua) 

Tlma. I 4a 

Alao ran: Shlalda Valley, Bubay O.. Uaaa 
Waaon, Cerveia, Sour Maah. B OaUyan, 
UlUard. Lampaaa. Lutle Tonay. 

Bavanth Race — |»00. cUlmlnc three- 
yaar-olda and up: mlla aad aeventy yard* 

Sr^'.w*",-'?'" <OochUl)..»U.I0 IS.SO »4.00 

WcaUo 'Slmraona) fag aag 

Clear Star .TurkT. ! ^T. «.tO 

Time. 1 4S 4-5. 

Alao ran Bon Kva, Jeu De Bir. Poor 
Pan, Brlaht Hopea. Wlnalow, Tommle Klr- 
nan. War Ovar. Actlya Amarlean. 

■lahth R«o*— ISOO: clAlmlnt: thrae- 
year-«lda and up; alia and three nix- 
teentha: 

AtoscyB: Btdo a W|s. Ova atrap. North 
tni Water, talMiai ^- ~ 
Jim, Arehitaet. Dark 



,10. OUai RladM 



ifad eight, was caugjit 

•toallng aotar and aent to bed. Her 
father, a ataiister, was away, and 
retuned late in the evenli«. 

"Mamma, I want to see daddy." 
There was no response from 
below. 

'Mamma^ pleaea let daddj brii« 



me a drlak of water.- 

When this failed, a small girl in 

a white nUjhtle .suxxl at the head 
of the stains and .said, with dignity: 
"Mamma, I am a very sick woman, 
and I must see the —'nlttw at 
once." ^ 



lhat brought 4aMf . 



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$25.00 

A Guaranteed Serge. Tailored 



ifge, 1 

aviig 

Pries & Snitb, Lid. 



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men's 



The recommended 1933 

ranking is featured other 

wllmer Allison's retentlan of NO. 2 
position, the failure to inak Byd- 



ney Wood better than sixth, and a 
number of striking shifts, includ- 
ing the Jump of Bryan Orant, Jr., 
diminutive Atlanta star, frOB No. 
13, last year, to No. 7. 

LOTT AND 8TOBRN LBAD 
In tha men'a doublee. George m 
Lott and Leiter Stoefen lead, Frank 
Parker and Francis x Shields 
ranking second, and Wilmer Allison 
and John van Ryn, third. 
Here'.s the men's "first ten." 
1. Prank X. Shields. New York; 

2, Wllmer Allison. Austin. 

3. Lester Stoefen. Los Angelee; 4, 
CllfTord Sutter, New Orleans; 6, 
Gregory Mangln, Newark, NJ.; 6 
Sidney B. Wood, Jr., New York; 7 
Bryan M. Orant, Jr , Atlanta;' 8 
Frankie Parker, LawTencevlUe, NJ 
9, Keith OledhiU. Santa BarbanL 
Calif.; It. Oaotia IC X«tt. Ar, Chi- 
cago. 

The women's rankhlff Ust: 
1. Helen Jaoobs. Beiteley, Oaltf.; 
2. Mrs. Helen Wills MOody. Bertce- 
ley, Calif.; 8, Allte Marble, Bar 
Praneiaoo; 4. Sarah Palfrey. Brook- 
line. Mass.; 5, Caroline lubcock 
Los Angeles; 6 . Josephine F 
Crulckshanks, Santa Ana, Calif 



STfeil advertisement ia not pttblished or diwlayed bv the Liquor Control Board or by the 



iking is featuzad otherwise bv ^**''on^ss Maud Levi, New York ; 

• 18, Mrs Marjorle O. van Ryn. Phlla- 
?flP»if*: »> Virginia Rice. Boston; 
W. Un. Agnee 8. Lanma. Rya. n.y 



Asnntilt C.hdrcr 
Against I itnuitit 
l*ilot Uis misted 

BOSTON. Oaa. 18 < api -a 
chnrKe <rf MHiuIf and bat- 
ter' ;ii':i;n«t ('..i.i.v ' ii.\the, 
manager of the Toronto Maple 
Leaf hockey team, an Out- 
growth of a f racaa at the 
Boston Garden after a xaeent 
Itw nto-Boatflf i aii lBj fMa e. 
was dBmlsigt In lIMnBlpai 

Court today. 

I.eonard Keriworthy. of Ev- 
rrrtt, was the complainant. 
He alleged Smythe struck hha. 
Be fllad aifeBowlat^BMBt of 
taii a ftwrt c n today, after It was 
expUaad to Judge WUfrwi 
BoUter that whatever Smythe 
did was done In a period of 
great excitement, and Rmvthe 
had no mtentkm of striking 



Find Mm (Irr Not 
Robbery W as Aim 



BROOKLYN, NY, Dec 18 'APi 
—Six beer-drinkers thought It was 
a holdup when two gunn^n strode 
today into a Brooklyn tavern called 
"The Cave •• 

The patrons got ready to hand 
over their meaay, M the 
shouted: 
ghls le no stiekup. sit stUl 
P'PftUS g their guns at Angelo 
V^aOtaga. proprietor, they forced 
him to walk toward a rear room 
As he walked, they shot him In the 
bark and klBsd hftH. TlMB ttaV 
ran out. 

"Life is a mixture of .shadows stmI 
light, and the straight m(v>d of de 
spair cannot Include the whole 
range of experience." 



Jinks "What w the difference be- 
tween genius and Insanity?" 

nink.s "f ".rniiLs u the insanltglliat 
a iqgn gcU paid lor," — - 



nak 



THE SOUL of the COGNAC GRAPE 




TUparfla«l«ag||«Rd 

climoto of tlia QmmmMs 

diitrict of Franco pro- 
duce ffi« grapei that 
molte Cognac brandy. 
Only brandy from this 

liaMvlMCofl- 



clovfl Rovour, golden 
tint and bouquot lO 
much on|oyod. 

ff H«nn«aay»««gMagHNg 

HENNESSy 

★ .★ * 

BRANDY 

• OfTLIB IN COONAe, PAANCI 



Thig advertisement la not ^bliihed or dispUyed by the Liquor 
Control Board or by the Coirgranient of Britith GbhunbU. 



Concerning 

THAT WOMAN 

In Your Life I 

We know Just how very much you want to please her . . . and. 
what 8 more, we know HOW to please her I You know, and w^ 
ijnow, too. just how much tha female of the species loves some- 

^ ^"'^ i:'ve ear, MR. MAN 

. . . we ve got what she wants, and you'll find it's enay. and ft'e 

loSilSSEl** " ^^^'^ '''''' HerTIre a fVw 

* • *y • a*^ which will increase your popularity 
• "aB» Naa laBa ta ^ 



Lwlleg* Leather Toilet Caaoa. 

f44» U ^.QQ 

Tweed Skirts fe.OO to f».BO 
Riding Jackets. Breechga aad 

Jodpburs 
Raincoata, otttOk and tabardine. 

yu-.'soto 920.00 

Har^dkerchiefs l'%<* no<* 

Scarfa > fl.OO to jj^<i.(>o 

^•••hlafe » ^l.SO 

OlBvia ftaM ta f8.00 



Slippers, Jaeger $2 
Sweaters f3.76 to f 15.00 
Leather and Suede Jacketa. 

fO.SO to 43B*00 

Golf Jacketa. rainproof 98.50 

to f 13.50 

Suite, twaad and knitted 



f 20.00 to 

Swaf far Suits .. 

to 

Overcoata, from 



.f80.0D 
930.00 



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THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA, B.C. Tl ICSDAV. DECEMBER 19, 1933 



nAINMENT 
OfFEREILSIArF 

i^uitmfk Bay Company Play | 
Hosts to Employees at 

Nil VI mm vOTMMn 



Hie rritauiaiii of tht* Huiison s 
Bay Ck)fiip*n> slort- here presented 
Ml aatBMted scenie iMt night when 
tiM enjoywl n Informal pro- 
of miMto and Uufbtcr. 
fM In attiBdaiMV ttid 
dtstrltoutod batwMB Mzty and wmity 
prlaea to luoky wtanm In Um an- 
nual ccataiU wniM^Ud !• the 
«tore. 

A J Watson riiaiiaK*'! spoke to 
he staff brielly. thinking il: those 
who had partlciiM'i-.j :ii ti:u-: 
fainmeiit. and th(v^l■ ■*i\r> h.nl 
rt'.' iKMiMble for A 



Fluke Goal GivesLeafs Win Over Hawks 



W H. Uavis (luecled the store 
orchestra in :i varied list of selec- 
whUe the Beaver Club rhoir 
tiM baton of Cynl Warren 
iiuBf nanjr Chrlttmai earal^ wtilc^ 
vara ««D rwaltrocL Mr. 
tha 



wSSr 




fim ami 

ACROSS SAHARA 




^ d MTii^ lha 



■aguf. 

fad MHat 



Radio ProKrammes 



»Limm*rr of Schedule of Vlciurla and 
OUiar rmtUlfO OoaM BtattoM 



TH E Toronto Maple Leafs couldn't beat Chuck Oartfaar. of tha Chicato Black Hawka. by ■HeotinK the 
dt ti;n 111 The oithodox manner — that is to say. from m from of him. But Charlie Cmacher, of 
the LcaU, di»covcied a new way to deat him^tiom liclund When Charlie got behind the CIiu.iko ^oal line 
lU llMrt the puck out in front. The tubhei (iisi w.is 111 some m.iiinci dcflfctc(!, and when Gardmci (cjuik! it. 
if WM-lMliad in the corner ol his net. It k I f'''*' «• ' vKtory over the Hawks I he above Ulus 

Oardiner on the ice along with. I'.i.il lli.jnipson. while 'I .it*y A\<r\ lays his stit k downovartiie 
Tba T*'art***t Leaf* are Red Horner, left, and Harvey Jackson. 



it wf . l^djiad 
tratHtt MMMra ' 




TOttAT 

■ 1:16 p 111 Kor the llrat time .since 
eie Civil War Confederate Vel- 
wUi pledge fealty to a Presi- 
ot tha United States, when a 
proffranune broadcaat 
network nbm vWaah- 
Adjutant Hkiry A. tm, of 
United OonfadMnte Valaraaa. 
ind General Rice A. Plerea, OOM- 
mander of the Tenneaaee DhrMOB. 
will be the speakers. KJR. 

6 p.m.— The overture to Hanj^l 
4ad Oretel," by Humperdlnck. and 
2a omrture to Saint aaana' "La 
friaewii Jaune," irlO ba oOMrad by 
e»a Philadelphia 8tudlo Orebartra. 
dbraoted by Sylvan Lavta. ea the 

caat. KOL, KVL 

• :16 p.m. — "The CloUlriMi Bowl ' 
an original mystery play written by 
Charles Speer, will be presented by 
the Columbia Mystery Guild, and 
will f aatara tlw aiventurea of 



iMpector 
KVL 

•:45 pjn.— Broadcast of the Vie* 

torla Schubert Club. CPCT 

7 pm — With the hauntiiiR re- 
frain of Smoke Rings." Introducing 
the third Camel Caravan. Glen 
Orajr and hla Caaa Loma Orchestra. 
Xrana VkAot. 'iTerMmality" singer, 
and tha Do Re Id Trio, wiU be pre- 
sented In a half-hour mmioal rema 
from New York. KOL. KVL 

7 p.m. — OontlnulnK hif. world- 
rlrcultlntr cruise In his own four- 
malted .schooner, the 8eth Parker, 
Phillips H. Lord, who portrayed the 
role of 8eth Parker on the air for 
many yean, will be heard aboard 
tba ihip loinewhoro on tha AllanMc 
aaaboard. KOMO. 

T:15 pjn.— "Tree Rlnfa" win be 
dlscuaaed by W. K Kkrper, of tka 
Dominion Astrophyslcal Observa- 
tory CFCT 

8 pm RvBii Evan.s, gifted youiiK 
haritoiif .•soloisi. in a proprainmr 
with Howard Barlow and hi.s ron- 

I ert orche.^fra Kvans will intrrprrt 
a variety of tnu.slcal niood.s during 
the broadcaat. KPRC 

1:15 pjn. — "Smoke Gets In Your 
" from the new Broadway suc- 
"Robarto," wlU ba the high- 
light adaetkm on Oertmda Nalaen's 
quartar-hour broadcaat, wit h T>ra d- 
die Rich's Orchestra. KOL. KVI. 

9 p.m —Ben Bernle. the Old 
Maestro, an expert on hor.sr raring. 
(lORS. and cougars, will develop 
another of his verfialllr streaks 
v hen he prcsrii" P Hal Sims. 
not.ed contract. brldRe player, a.s 
puest on his proKramme. Of course. 
Ben will have all the lada In the 
orcheitra present to aid and abet 
hli "klbltHng." KOMO. 

CrCT. VIrlnrU (l.i.VI Krv«.) 
|;M •.m. -Top 1 ihr Morning 
•:U s.m.— Timrty Toplcii. Dr. Davit*. 
•;M a.m.— Birthday rartr. 
t:M a.m — "By B»qiiMt." 
I>:e0 noon Conrrrt MnlortlM. 
tT:l6 P m In I! n Vr'Miiim WIlMl Ufl» an 
Alrplant Into the Alrf 

II :M p.m.— Musleal Mlalatvrt. 
1:00 p.m.— Melody Train 

<t 00 p m. — Rhythm r»vorlt»« 

1 in p m. — "8uadnnn ' 

• :4S p.m. — aehiikert Club Procramme. 

Till p.m.— w. ■. KarpOT, "Ttm Mass. ' 

1:M p m — BehnWrt Olak rrotrsmmc. 

Continued. 
7 4S p m Pro{«»iior Moblua. 
1:00 p.m.— Ooloniat Neva Flaatica 

i>:M a.sB.-MMaieM ns Olea. 



CJOa. Vanrcavrr. B.C 

3 00 p m.— Paddc^l CM Ranew. 

I so p m. tf u m t rgm m mmB 
s 46 p m — TatfutBc VweL 

6 00 p m -Mualral PraCTMan*. 
t «^ P n> Nrv^ V;.rg|lr> 

7 00 p m — KBaliM«rlV Prwrammc 
7 i& p m.— W. A. PrttabanL 
7 30 p m — On Wiaas ml iMw. 

7 46 p m -Cy»tex 
I 00 p ni Anirl- tr 

CKWX. Vaaraaxcr <I4IS Kara) 

5 45 P m - Conn Protramm* 

< 00 p m. -Studio Proaramm*. 

6 10 p m — Uarkrt SefTlc* 

• MP m.- Studio Procrammt 
t *i pm - Happy Pamlly. 

7 00 p m - Bill' Jonri^iid Ernlt mart. 
7 IS p m.— Yrstrrdcvs S( Sport. 

CBCV. Vanroayrr (l.tS* Ktpa) 

< 00 p m Morchf Millt»lr». 

■) .5 P 01 Twiluhl Mrmorlcs. i 
A.M p.m.— Varirtr Proarimmt. 
StM ».m. Osnsdtan Pr««a Haws. 

p.m.— BtvUla Pair. 
•:M p.m.— Otms Prom Urn Uric BUct. 
1:00 p m -Juaise oasmfcor tt OMs Bf- 

falrt. ^ _ 

tlma planlit 
7 30 p m Canadian Pre** Ntwa and 

Weather Porecaat. 
7 31 p m —Maurice Mttrte't OteiMStra. 

• 00 pm— Percy ■• Iter's Osaoscl Or- 

chaatra and MM WBBM. 

• :I0 p m — New> 

• 45 p m Richard Stanton, tenor. 

• :00 p m — Swtcthearta on tha Air. 

pja.— OamboUert. 
t:N p.m.— Daphne Carapata, violinist. 
It:ee p.m — Concert Oreheatra and Brneit 

Oaldwall. baritone 

CKMO. VascaHTer Il.tit Keya.) 
J 45 pro - ProfeMor Astro 

4 30 p m Dancr R<*cordliiii 

5 OO p m - rjon PI? nn, piano. " 

5 30 p m -Betty L,e*. itory tlmt. 
4 00 i> m Briti'^li Empire Procramme 
10 ' ' Proirammr 

( ANAOIAN RADIO COMMIH8ION 



tOon 



•>. 



5 55 pm. —Canadian PrtSS 1 
•:M p.m.— Bcvllle Pair. 
$'M BJB.— Otms Prom Lrrlo Btaea. 
T:M fr.m. — Canadian Prew N«w«. 

7 SI p m. — Maurice Meertei Orchestra. 

8 00 p m — laabatle McBwan. aoprano. 
» 00 p m.— Sweetheart' of the Air 

t 16 p.m. — OamtxiliiT^ 

KAC-KOO NCTWOBK 
Xm. KOW. KFt KOMO. KJR 

» 10 a m MarthR Meade, society talk. 

9 ih a m Edna Fl^^l1e^. planial 

10:00 a m — Organ Concert, Paul Carion. 
I0:M a.sL— Womta'a MsassBit vf Um Air 
lt:M a.m.— Widow and Ansel. 

U:M a.BI — Nell SiKteii. 
IS.'Si p.m Jo!inin O'Rrien. harmonlrii 
1} It p.m. — Weitern Parm and Home Hour 
I 00 p.m.— Bttty aad Bok. dramaUcsl 
akeUh. 

1 15 p m Tueiday SertaaBs. KS Oet tlw 

Job. Drama 
1 30 p.m.— Ma Perkins. 
I 4S p.m.— B«U|i Marlvwe. 
3 00 p.m.— Al Ptaret aaB His Gaoe. 
3 00 p m xavier Oueat's Orcht s lia . 

3 30 p m Midweek Hraui sbw (KPO to 

network), * 
l:tf p.m.— Chttrla ICiisisal Masalts. 

4 M p.m.-Blss^r•. sMto trie «ro «e 

network). 

4: IS p.m. — To)i and Tour OteWMBsat 

<KPO to network). 
4:4t p.m.- Mary and Her Oardtn. 

S:1S p.m —Vincent Lopes' Daaet Orchei- 
tra 

.'i 30 p m Billy Bachelor 

5:45 P.m.— Little Orphan Annlt. i 

•:0« P.B.— Dorle Qaartattt. 

• 10 p.m.— Bd Wyna. firt ehltf. 

7 00 p m Crulne of Btth PBlkor. 

7 30 p n< Madame Brlvia IB Mtfwoed. 

7 45 p.m — AddrtM By WM. 

B OO p.m.— Aims 'a' Andy. 

R 15 p m.— Memory Lane. 

n 4S p m Advice on Health. Dr RuiUlt- 
»en 

9 00 p m.— Ben Bernle'i Oreheatra. 



l:St p.m.— CB. Navy Band 
l:St p m — Baoch Luht • Or«be«rs 
3:00 p m -Happy Oo Lucky 
Lae>. 

S:1S p m Phil Jieaan. tenor 
3 46 p m -Georfe Hall'a Onl 
1 00 pm -remlnlne Panclea (1 
S:15 pm Al and Pale. . 
S 30 p ni Sweet Muilc (niB M>. 
3 45 p m Memory Lane. 
4:00 p m Rhythm KlBCa. 
4:16 p m Texma Raasar*. 

4:45 p.m.— Between tha B — kt ads. 

• •0 p.m.-«iiu«r«i's ■adie'' Tbaatf c 

(Don Lee). 
5 IS pm Orianalltlea (KBL*. 
6:15 p m - H B O Ranstri. 
s 46 p m — oolumMaas. PrtBait Bleh. i 

• 00 p m.-PhUsd1»Bla ■iMBkiaji or-' 

eheitra. I 

( l.'S P m Myatery Oulld \ 

• 30 p ni California Melodlei. I 
7 00 p m Caaa Loma Oreheatra: Do Br' 

Ml 

7 30 p m Globe Headllacrs <Don Lee). 
1 »n |i m Columbia Hewa Bcrvlce. 
7:4.s p ni Mrrt and Marse. 

• 00 p m — Bvaa Bvana sad Orchtstra. [ 
•:is p.m.— Ttss. Jeaas, llsea» aoae-, 

diana ' 

• 10 p m — UaUewad M e l odlea <Do« Leei ■ 

8 45 p m Voice ol Experience. ! 

• 00 p.m.— VlneoBt Lopes and Orchestra. | 

• :•• p.m.— Hodae Pod e s Lodat (Don Leei. i 
10:00 p.m.— Lee 8earlsnt'a Oreheatra (Don i 

Lee). 

ie:ie p.m. — Bowery Oreheatra (Don Lee). 
lt:M p.m. — Oiu Amhalm'a Oreheatra (Don 
Ut). 

11:10 p m —Bowery Oreheatra 'Don Lee> 

FRENtURESISI 
BRIDfiE spa 

United States Contract; 
Method Ousted by Love 
of 'Mndependenoe'' 



ordinary inind.s from IcvslnK them- 
selves without glory In the depths 

of thought by laws as atriat aa thoae 
of military theory for the choice of 
tnunpat IC Bdlantar, In hla prin- 
otpal work, hoMi tha eontimnr." 



Traiu - Sahami Railroad 
SohMM It Dropped for 
New Prognrnme 

PARia, Dec. IS (UP).— WiUi only 
twenty-four boors from the heart 
ot Surope to the heart of the 
Sahara, fteneh axpert* are drawing 
plans for a Saharao air service In- 
stt .nl of concntratlng on the Trans- 
■Hiiiiuran Railroad, which yet may 
take yaaiB to BOBVlala. 

The BMeaaa «f aBvaral aTlation 
and aMtamobna iHIwIobi to rarkHis 
points of the Sahara both from 
Morocco and Algiers, has oonvlnctd 
the Fi-enrh ( 1( iv>Tiiiii< nt ofTlcl.il.s in- 
teI^•.^tt■li 111 ('fii:iiil Aliic.'Ui develop- 
ment that the hai.soii Ix'Twccii niel - 
roptjlitan i<Yanc« and the African 
colonies can ba •eeomplMiad aariast 
by air. | 

PLANS nr DISPU'll 

Th<- ']'r:iii., .Sibcriuii MsllMild 
c^>mlllL^.M()n hii.s iiiadc exhaustive 

studies ,.f the probable and ixi.s.Mhli 
ii>ui«-.s. hut these pliuis still are m 
dlsp:i!i' (.if:au.sc of the mOTS iBoent 
and very accurate findings. 

The advantages of automobile and 
aviation rotttaa are appartnl in that 
sudden taciieal aurpriiaa, or berato- 
fore unknown devahHBnanta In cli- 
mate or taOodoal aaaeta, may be'th- 1934 bii'>ct c nunus '.lu appro- 
overooma bgr a.Blmiria ehanca of'prlatlon of ten million tunus for 
tha route. 
Winoh 





I PRBFBft. EXPORTS 

BECAUSE THEY'RE 
SO OEUGHTFULLV 
COOL AND MILO . 
TMCY TASTE MUCH 

BETTEB.,TOO. 




looir piNSST iMroariDiEAP 



bMB are working on plan^ for the Kraiuc und the desert with other of Friends took n^ra mm.*!. - 
TVans-Baharan air ,.,„ i„ fact contiguous hues over North^Jf^S ^oSon oJ^tSST!^^ 

rained heavily, about 1,000 petaens 
In the processkm. Many 
ohurchas were Hood -lighted, others 
displayed large Illuminated 



oMt - aw— i.. I Aran.s-Alric.m studies, which would don. Itbgland, "Tt w acing various 

dvU Bviathm autharttlasl provide for an air route YtailmgSimMSM^ 



Sixty churche.s of the city of Onv- 



• so p.m.— WUmiaa Mm ^ 
10:00 p.m — Kews Piaahaa. 

10 15 p m Anssa Wotk's OrsbasMB. 
uoopm Toss Otaklar's OrsBtstts 

(KOOi. 

11 :•• p.m.— TM PU Kite's OreheMra. 
ll:M PA — TMa Oema'a Oreheatra. 
ll:M P.SI.— Orssn Concert rK(30i. 

0A8.-DON LBB mtTWOBBS 

• :0e s.m.- Voice, of Blperlenee. 

• :I0 a m.— Oeerte Bcherban's R u i a I a n 

Oypalea 

10 00 a m.— Little Prrn' li PrlncOIS. 
10:16 a.m. — Rela and Dunn. 

IS:M a.m.'-4asr Aeea. 

Il:a»s m.— Jnat Plain BUI. 

It IS a m— Romance of Helen TrtBt. 

11 30 am Artliti' Recital 
13:00 p.m — Metropolitan Parade. 
lt:M SJB.- OwMslrat Bsba P. oattar. 



PARIS (UP).— A Frenchman by 
the name of Pierre Boulaine Is oon- 
vinoed that the French resistance 
against American scientific bridge 
methods was orfaniied beeaUM of 
a love of "Independence." 

"At the end of the eighteenth 
centtiry, when Ver.sailles and Pari.s 
both favored the can.se of the 'in- 
siirKcnt.s' overseas, our ancestor.- 
played a game they called 'Boston 
In honor of the city wbve tlM to- 
surractlon waa born. 

REMAIN PATmrCL 

"When a player had a good hand 
he called 'Independence', which 
was a discreet way of wLshlng in- 
dependence. Since then, the Great 
Republic has evolved and we have 
remained faithful, particularly in 
«ard lUMB. to tha ilsht of kwking 
at things in our own wagr, for wbleh 
we have made many aaerUlcea. 

"Several years ntfo American 
bridge players tried to impo.se their 
BiethcKl.s upon France New York 
clubs pretended to lead the wholf 
world, and It wa.s to defend aKain.st 
these Intrepid exporters that the 
great Parisian clubs formed a 
French oommlttea ehargad with the 



PRINCIPLES OPPOSED 
•*The challenge thrown down by 
Mr. Culbert.son, the most qualified , 
representative of the American , 
rules, to M. Pierre Bellanger, the 
liberal and witty autbor of 'Phyal- 
olocy of Bridge,' for tba first time 
brought tba tiro prtneiplaa tote op- 
position. 

t«iave 



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FINANCE - COMMERCE - MARKETS 



Security Prices 
Drift Lower at 

New York Mart 



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YORK. Dec. 18 .Al'i 

today, and K»-nrrallv a bit low.-r at 
th.- niuah. a» itie United sia'.-, 
•rr»H.sury Uxieted lU Rold-buyUiK 
ptl. r by 5c, or to $34 06 an oiuice. 
'J>jrnr>vpr waa 1.343,800 fharW- 

ix>nar3 tilted downwMtf ta fti mni 
<ir»iinKs here. Cttajtbif op 
HTuund 6c at one Mm. but in feU 

y**?. Oold eurrt-nc ip.s 
■MMrailf Mknred suit during .se- 
curity market hours, aiul govern - 
■lant loans drooped 

TTtalted 8tat<..s .St.-,.] aiid American 
fun wfii- up fi;i,-ti,,ii,iilv American 
Iticphon*' hiUv»-d H J point reac- 
tion A thus r,irk. Jiiiii.sactlone In 
whu h are beiiig looked Into by the 
^^tHte Attorney - OeneraTs oace 
addcrl about 7 polnta to M IMur- 
d«y's lose at neatly * doam. 

Sonde eaaed a« the domesth 
»*e_waa ralead. Salee totaled »u' - 
Ttie average for .sixty cor- 

^ ^WWWS decUned two- thirds of 
a point. 

' Jbrelgm obllRations rallied. French 
loans RRlned 1 to 2, and Dn 
Indiee 1 to 3 



JoiUd corp. 



Borden Oo. . . 

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■■A" 4 

Com ProdueU 

OcmtbI Rwds 

Ol. WMt Bttsar, cs-d. 

MaUonal Bticalt 

it>t. Dairy Frod. 

-•:if. w»T 8tori>i. as-^.* 
' '.'li' t r1 Hr>oda .... 

.ir.l Kllill 

APrASBL 
Aiiirrican Woolan .... 13-t 

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Orrmany — n.79. 
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AI VANtOeVER Stocks Close Lower 

At Eastern Markets 



Trading Quiet and Fluctua 
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Owynne A Co . Ltd ) 
Un rraaUotu in Kichthi) 

MANlirACTUaiNQ 

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l^ter Whaalcr ... 
Heneral Blaetrle .. 

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InduitrUl R»yon 
Amn. Can Company 

Bendlx 

Burrouahj Addlns 
Ciis* Thrfihlia . . 
Conaolf urn tftira 
Continental Can 
Owtlaa-Wrlcht 
DuMat de Namoura 
■aitman Kotek .... 

oiiietu 

(lol'l Duat 

Inf. Harraster 

Nat Oaah Rat later.. 

Pullman 

Radio Corp. of 
Remlnitnn Riind 
United Alrrraft 
rflnnpue Corp. 



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Alleaheny Corp. . . . 

Atehlaen 

Bait. * Ohio 

Canadian Paetfle . 

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r . It A 8t. Paul., 
on . i,«rit ft Waat. 
Illlnoli Central ... 

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Packard 

Stattart-Warnar 

Studcbaker 

TImken Roller 

Yellow Truck 

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Aleobol... 11-4 

Columbia Carbon .... SO 

Cong. Solvent* 33-4 

Prccport Teiaa 44-4 

Lambert SS-S 

Liquid Carbonic SS-S 

Mathleoon Alkali S5-3 

Nat. Dlstlllen S«-l 

Texas Oulf Sulphur . . 41-3 

Union Carbide 45 4 

U8 Ind Alcohol 5S-6 



Amerada 41 

Atlantic Raf ae-f 

Cont. on IT-f 

Houston oil SS-3 

PhiUlpa Patre. 15-8 

Pure oil 11-3 

Shall Union Oil 7 5 

Standard Oil. Oal 40 

Standard OU. MJ 4e-4 

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WHEAT PRICES 
DROP SUOUTLY 

Support Afisnnt Frnm Win- 
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Sales Are Fair 



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Al«^k» Jiiii»«u 21 7 21 

Amn. Smeltina 4S 41 

Anaconda Copper 14-S IS-S 

Corro Da Paaao..... .. S4-4 SS-S 

Dome n-4, S3-1 

Qranby »-s g-4 

Howe Sound Sl-4 31-2 

Int. Nickel 21 5 21 2 

Kennerott I8-7 l»-4 

Noranda n-i 

Patlno Ulnea lS-7 1»-1 

PbelpH Dodee 14-7 

ITS SnirlllnB 93-4 90-6 

Uclntyre Pore 39 3 38-3 



WINNIPEO, Drr IB TP. De- 
void of supix>rt after tlu- first hour, 
wheat prlre.s fell under their own 
weight on the Grain Kxchange today 
and closed with an over-the-week- 
end los« of 1-4 per cent in the 
nearby option tO Wld b i un e d In the 
deferred futures. 

^Dewnber ^^at^ •* 

63 5-8 cenS.'' ^ *** *^ 

It wa.s estimated foieiKn .sales of 
Canadian wheat were between 400 - 
000 rfnd 500.000 bu.sht'Ls. Outside 
11 iimarkcts were easier Wittl Cllicago 
7 4 down iK.ariy 1 oMfe aOd Uvwrpool 
oil 1-8 to l-4d. 
statlstioe for the pact week 
la ilSS^ "irhet . shipments 

^*^«" •* 8^12.000 bushels, 
but North American clearances 
amounted to only 3,361,000 bushels 
compared with 4,005.000 buahela the 
prevlou.s week and 6.6(Jb,000 the 
coire.spdiidlnt: week last year. 
Cash and coHr.sc Rralns were dull. 



VANCOUVHI, Dee. 18 (CP).— 
TtadiiiT was quiet on the Vancouver 
Stock Exchange today, and price 
changes were small. Pioneer Oold 
was down v oMita at IIM MdL with 
no aalae tranaaetad; Bralarat fatnedl 

ploratlcn gained i i-f eents tollf,^:^' 
31 1-a. Wayalde wiu, 1-2 ^ynt higher!*' 
at 38 1-1 Premier oold lo.st 3 cents Small 
at 1.03, Nicola was down 2 cents at|'»adlan 
\ l^. and Bridge River Consolidated, 
at 18 1-2, u„.i Cariboo 0* VIB, Wttt 
each down 1 cent. 

Ooleonda loit 1 aent at 41. Noble 
Five was 1-4 oent down at 8 1-a. 
and Biff IClasourl and Pend Oreille 
closed unohaoged. 

Royallte was 25 cent,s h'.Kiier at 
18 50, Sterling Pa<;lflc adviuidvd 2 1-2 
ctmts to 42 1-2, and Calgary &c Ed- 
monton lost 2 cents at 85. 

Coast Breweries was quoted at 
8.25 bid, down 25 cents, and Brew 



MONTRBAU Dm. M <CP) - 
Steady at tba opanlnff, Dittngs on 
the MoBtreal Stock Ezehante eased 
In lata tradlac. today. Only a few 
gains were recorded at the daa of 
a dull aesslon. 



Canada Car stocks provided -h" 
only flurry. The oonunon loet 1-8 
to 5 1-2. while the prsferrod gaineo 
~ 8 at 12. smtflavi itimiiMil 1 14 to 

t-4 to 



loe.se.s were shown by 
Celanese, Brazilian, 
Lawrence Paper, the alcohols 
minor ILstlng.s 

Sjil."< n 189, bond.s, $9,554. 



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and 



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Atiialgamaled — 1,000 at 13 
A. P. ConaoUdated— 100 a( .19. 

al*^"^*'"* * ** 

Stariint Pacific— 5 800 
Calmont — 50 at lo. 
Eaat Creit-50 at .34; 100 at 
Merland— 100 at J7. 
MUl City— 400 at .11. 

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Amn. Power * Llabt.. 
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Rrnnk. Man 

Columbia Oaa 

Consol. Oaa. N.Y 

Boe. rewtr * Uto... 

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North American 

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BrailUan T.L. * P. 

B C. Power "A." , 

B.C. Power "B'" 

Canadian Pacific 

Oon. Mintnc * Smeltina 

Ftord • A" 

Imperial Oil 

Imperial Tofeaoeo 

Inter. Nlekal 

Inter. Pata , 

Montreal Fowpr 0M8.. .. 
Shawinleaa W. dflT.... 

Dome 

Lakeahore 

Nor»nda 

Pioneer Oold 
Sudbury Basin 
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how it 
works 



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tagei of a Living 
Tru5f, in contrast with 
olrual under a Will, i$ that fh 

If you intend to ploeo monoy or 
tacuritias in trust for your son, your 
daughtai;. tome other person, or an 
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during your lifetime. Under cer 
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nev. 0( Saskatchewan S'a, isssiiii 
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Aoadia Suaar Reflnlnt Co ra U4S 

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f-anada Bread 6 a. 1841...;;;;!;;;' 
nom Tar A Chemical ra. !»•.... 
P.aion Realty Sa. 1»4S 
Harrla Abattoir 6'a, 1847 
Maaatr-Karrla B a. 1947 
McOflll-rrontenar Oil 6>. i949"** 
National Biscuit 6^ a. 19ft0 
I'niled fJraln Co. S'a. 1846 
Unitrd Ua» A Fuel 5',-a. ISMliii;; 



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nactrie Bond . 

l«ord of Canada - A".. ■.V.V.V.V.'.Vaid 

ford of Knaland 

Hudaon Bay 

Humble Oil 

International Peta. . . . 
Imperial Oil of Canada!" 
Wewmont Mines . . 
Standard Oil of Indiana 

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10 19. 180 at 10.30. 

Brldaa River Coaaolidatatf— t,4ae at , 
Brtdsa Rlvar Exploratla»»Me at M. 

Meridian— SCO at .as. ~ 
National ^ 

Nicola — ^.uoe as i.Dt 

1.050 at 1.18. 
Premier Oold (X.D.)— M at 141. 
Reno—lOO at .83. 
B C Nickel- -300 at .80. 
Big Slide— 4,000 at .04. 
Bute LX.L.— BOO at .35. • 
Cariboo— 178 at 3.78: 60 a I 3 80 
Dunwell— 800 at .19H; 3,700 at .SO 
Ulnto Oold— 1,000 at .ISS. 
Mornlna Star- 1,000 at .31: !•• at J9 
Native Son— 1,500 at .03. 
Noble Five— 1,000 at .08'*. 
Porter-Idaho -3.000 at .09; SCO at OS '4 
Sllvercrest- 3,000 at .Se. 
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AFTERNOON 



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100 at 3.75. 



.43 



TOB.UNTO STOCK EXCHANGE 
TORONTO. Dec 18 (CP) ^Dis- 
tillery stocks provided more than 
half the business on the Toronto 

Stock Exchange, today. Other In- 
terllsteds InnKcd with Wall St reet 
In uninteresting trade. 

Walkers' i.ssues ti.wleri m 42,000 
shares. Preferred gained 3-8 to 
15 1-2, while common gained 2 3-8 
to 48 1-8, on reports of a stock spUt- 

up. rintiiirrn fifiatrain loat 1-S to 
21 1-4; Brewers * DtatOlan weak- 
ened »e to a.7S. 

iataillctedi faUed to ad- 
O.FJI. and BnislUan each 
eased 1-8. Heavy industrlal.s traded 
slowly, while foods showed a row of 
narrow losses. Q1J« likewise eased. 

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Montreal Power 

National Steel Oat..... 

IHjwer Corp 

Praaaad Metala . 

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A.P. Oraln . . 
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B C. I'ac kers . . 
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Braaillan Traatlon 

Brewera tt Dlallllera.. 

Canada Cement 

Canada Staamahlpi . . . 
Canada Wlra * OaMa 
Canada Wire it Cable 
Canada Car Sc Foundry 

Canada Car Pfd 

Canada Oaneral Blaetrle . 
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Canada Induatrlal Al. "B' 

Canada PaelAo 

CockshutI Plow 

Canadian BakoriM 

Conaolldatad Baa 
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Ooodyear Tire Pfd. . . 
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ISO 

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141 



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133 
138 

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in Quiet Session at 
Toronto Market 



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MONEY TO LOAN 

ON nasT sroBTaAas!^ 
YORKSHIRE SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSN. 

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LONDON STOCK EXCHANGE 
We have the followliHr »«kUeati«iu for tha oaa of our cllanU: 
Dally: Financial TImea and Stock Kxchante Official Price Lift. 
Weekly: Economist and Htock Exi hitngr Oazette: Bondholders' Fy>rtalihtl» U^t f 
Annual Official III', r-w .stock Fx (-M,n. i,-; v, i<,.i<>m •-••1 

BATE & CO.. LIMITED. 



INVESTMENT SECURITIES 

Ith oar privato wife «o at* la a poaition to thm »rM8*i eeatoo aad aottett you 

liiqulrlc." 

Pembtrton & Son ( Vancouver) Ltd. 



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A.P. Oon 1,000 at 
O. A E - 100 at .•• 
Home- 48 at 1.60. 
Strrllna PacUto— ••• at .43; KM at 
Anaconda-I.OOO at .03%. 
C'almont— 100 at 10 
Fabran -1,000 at 00<i. 
Preahold — too at 09. 
•ISO at 27 

MInea 

Brtdao Mwr Cw.-400 at .M. 
Bridia Ktver BMlimiua i.iM at 

Oooeoia 

Oold 

Orandvlew— 60 at 03 
Meridian— 80O at 25 
National Bllfar— 7,000 at .04%. 
Nteola— LSoe at l.U. 

1 o^'5i".t°ro5*''° •* 

Sherrltt-Oordon— 100 at .SS. 

Bla Mliaourl— 100 at .M. 

Bate I.Z.I..— 400 at M. 

Cariboo Oold— 400 at S.IS. 

Dunwrll - 2.640 at .30! 14ie •! 
ib-«0i: SOO at 21; 500 at M (b-99) 

Ooleonda— 600 at .43. 
(b^ST)"* ~ •» .M*s UI8 at 

Morning Star— 1. 000 at 20'4. 

Native Son- 1,500 at 03. 

Noble Five— 800 at .OSS. 

Taylor Brtdca Rlfvr— ••• at M. 

Wayilde— 4,SS0 at .M. 

Whiu —Ha m at JTH. 



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COMPILED ON BASIS 
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COMPANY 

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tINOP* ADMINISTHATJON DtCRO 

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Liverpool Wheat 



Don. of Oaa. 



Con. 



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Nat 8 Loan 



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108 35 
103 138 
100.639 
100 135 
100 135 
100 638 

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•8 635 
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89 00 
89 00 
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102 i5 
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105 75 
108 00 

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LIVTWPOOU Dae. IS (C^^. - Fonowinc 
y, , V?'* • P"-»""heI wheat quotations, 
c.l r. Liverpool. In C anadian money at cur- 
rant aterlina exchanca rata 
luppllad by Broookall: 



No 1 Man Northern, Van^ 

rnnvrr. December . . 

No. 3 Man. Northam. Atiaa. 
Uc. Deeamfeor 

1*0. 3 Man. Itorthsm, Van- 
couver. December 

Arientlna (new roaafei, 63S 
pounds, January- February 

Araenllna <nld roaata). MH 
pounds, December 

Australian. Deeemkar ... 

Australian New Crap, DOMn- 

^ bar-Jan uary . 

ttuaaWBt 0SO6MB6e ••«.•••■• 



of 88.13. as 


Today Y'day 


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73% 


MS 


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MS 


88 S 


MS 


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70H 

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Vancouver Wheat 



VANCOUVER, Dec 
•heat caah prteaa: 
No 1 Hard... 
No. 1 Northam... 
No 3 Northern. 
No 3 Nortbcra. 
No 4 Wbaat 

No. S 
No. • 



IS (CP) — Vaneoover 
etr'»l»h» Tou»h 

1" (10 

• 66S 56 S 

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LONDON. Dec. 18 fAP) .-<:io«lng 
Brazilian Traction, 110 3-4; Cana- 
dian Pacinc, $12 1-2; International 
Nickel, $21 ;i-4; Dustlllers. 81r; Dun- 
lop Rubber, 37.s 3d; Electrical St M 
Ind. Ord , lAx 9d; rw6. Ltd.. 2I9 »d 
Hudson's Bay, 22s; Imperial Cb«n- 
irai 311 sd; Imperial Totaoco. 
Ilia M: MaHeaa Bafle, lOs 3d: 
iClnlnf Trust. Ltd.. Ss; Rand Mines. 
t8 5-8; Rhodesian Anglo Am.. 
13s 3d: Rhokana Corp, £.s 1-4' 
Crowns, £8 1-4; Spring.'*, t.s .i-s' 
East Oeduld. £6 5-8; Rio Tin toe 
n9 1-^ Royal DM.- Ol Ui; 
Vickers. as 9d. 

Bond.s-c-inadian 4 per cent loan. 
1953-58. tlOS 1-4; Britlah 2 l^^er 
cn\t Cou<(>\R. £74 1-8; British 2 1-2 
per cent War XtQaa. tioi: 
FMndla g 4% mM>. ni l 

Montreal Produce 

MONTREAL, Dec, 18 rcP) 
Prices h^ld to a .•it(«fldv level on the 
Montreal Produce g^^fianan t/wtaw 
Butter-No. 1. ngnMrMMiSwr.' 
laed. 23 3-4. 

FreAli Ontario: A iMTia, 2C' 
A-medium, n, A>puUeta. to. 

It ainli * pooDd. 



BfONTRSAL. Dec. 18 (CP).— Brit- 
ish and forrigm exchanfre In relation 
to the Canadian dollar, as compiled 
by (he Royal Bank of Ottaada, 
cJu';<>d today iw foUow.s: 

An^entlna (peso) J428; Australia 
(pound I 4 0646; Austria (schillln*) 
.1816; Belgium (btiga) 21U; BraslI 
(milreis). .0846; Bulgaria (lev) 
.0148; China (Roqtkoor dollar), 
jni; CiaohoaloTakla (crown) .0469; 
Oannark (krone) ,2284: Finland 
(flnmark) .0234; PYance ( franc > 
.0818; Germany (retclumarlci .3756. 

Oreat Britain (poimdi 5.11.53; 
are(ve (drarhmal .0089; Holland 
(florin) .6308; Hungary ipenijo) 
.2796; India (rupee) J880; Italy 
(lire) .0826; Jepen (yen) J122: 
JugoalaTla (dinar) jom. 

Now laakiid (pound) 44MM: 
Nonragr Orae) J872: Poland (iloU) 
Itlt; Ruaumla (leu) X)105: South 
ikfttea (poimd) B.O093; Spain (pe- 
seta) .1288; Sweden (krona) .2637: 
SwltJierland (franc) .3040; United 
States dollar, 5-8 per cent discount. 



TORONTO, Deo. 18 (OP).— To- 
ronto Minlnc Xxchange disregarded 
an advance In tlie London price of 
gold and followed New York's easier 
trend. 

All big gold producers closed un- 
changed or lower with the exceiition 
of Bralome, up 15 to 10.25; Teck- 
Hiighes, up 15 cents to 8.76, and 
Mclntyre. up 6 to StjOC LoaMB 
were smalL 

In base metals, nickel adTanced 15 
eanti aft I1.S8. Noranda lost 5; Fal- 
conbrldge, 15; Hudson Bay, 25, and 
Sherrltt-Oordon, 2. In the .silvers 
Eldorado lost a point, and Bear Ex- 
pioratiOD. 1-2. White Eagle gained 
2-4 to t7 8-4. — • • 



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Aahley 

Barry HolUncar ... 

Base Metala \ 

Bralorne 

B R X 

Brett Trcathwey . . . 
Chemical Reaearch 
Central Fatrtela ... 
coaat Copper 

Dome 

Eldorado 

Falconbrldia 

Oranada . . 
Holllncer .. 
Howry Oold . 
Kirkl.iiid Lake 
(.akfshore ... 

Lee Oold 

Mncassa 

Mclntyre Porcuplna 
McVlttIr Graham . 

McWattera 

Minina corporatMa 

Inter. Nlckal , 

Noranda 

Norrton , 

Nlplssini 

Paymaater Con. 
Pend Oreille . , . 
Pioneer Oold . . 

Premier 

Reld Authler .. 

Reno 

San Antonio . 
Sherrltt-Oordon 

SiKoa 

Sudbury Baatn . . , 

Sylvanita 

Teck-Huahaa .... 
Treadwell Tokoa 

Vanturaa 

VIpond 

Waltp Ackermaa 
Wayside 

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1 00 


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1.00 


11.50 


13.00 


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1.49 


10.10 


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Cabbaaa, ft. ...« 

CaulinowOI^ •eMl 1). .20. 

Lattuca 19. and 3 for 

boeal aMBMta. per lfe« M, aad a for 
t^akSi 9 beaMiao Sm •.■•••...■••.« 
RotlMBM Vamatoaa, par Ik. 
ImpotMd apinach 

Potatoes. 10 Iba. tm: M SOtf 

Carrots, per lb , 

Tumlpa. par lb. M% to 

Beata, par lb. •«•...»•..*.•.••«..••• 

oniona. ptrlb. 48 M 

CalarVa baa (lb J99t 

PralU 

Orances, California JO to 

Almrnla Grapes, per lb 

Emperor Orapea. 3 IbO. 

Local apples, new, lb. M to 

Bananas, per dot SS to 

Irfrnons. per dor. . 18 to 

California grapefruit, 3 for U, 4 for 

25c, and, each 

Florida frapefrutt. .10. .15, and 3 for 
Okanaaan Macintosh Red applei, 

8 Ibi 

Dallclooa appiaa. 6 lbs. for 

Jonotkaaa 8 Iba. tor .... 

Cbaaaa 

Bacll.sh Stttton, D 

Irapotit'd HiH'ijuelort, lb. 
Finest unlano Mild. lb. 

Old Ontario, ib 

Medulm onurlo. lb 

Ooraoosola. Ibu > 

3wiia omyara. la earttaaa iaa.... 

Fineit Ontario Matarod. Ml 

Cdam Dutch Cheaas. M. 

Gouda Chaaaa, lb 

Basla Brand OiMSMksrl. ft. 
circle Braad Braakfaat 
Kraft. Ib. . 

Ooldenloaf , 

Canadian Stilton, Ib 

nab 

Smoked Red Salmon, tv. 
Smokad WblU aalmoii 
Wblto aalmoa. Ib. ... 
Bluaback Salmon, S fti^ 

Solei, a Ibi 

Had Salmon. Ib 

Local Ourad Black Ood 
Lana Baatarn Klppara. 
Smoked Red 
tx>cul RIppera. t 

Preah Cod 

L«dy!:mith Oyatcri. 

Salt Cod 

Digby Cblz. bos 

Maddlaa, per lb......... 

Boneless Herrtns 

Smoked Cod 

Kallbut, lb 

Baddia niltU U M 

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Cowlehan Creamery, lb. 

Randypats, lb 

Baltaprint Island, lb. 
^ur Own Brand, lb. 

Comox, lb 

Fraier Valley, lb. 



CANADIAN DOLLAR 

AND POUND RATES 



MONTRKAL. Dae. It iOPi^-Tor- 
elgn eurrendaa neoMad fxmetlonal 
tains during todays tradliw on 
Monttaal foreign exchanges, with 
the British pound sterling showing 
a smatll Sidvanrp at the rlose. The 
rate closed at $5 11 1-2 for a net 
gain of 1 11-16 cents. 

The United State* dollar rtnLshed 
thf> day off 1-4 of 1 per cent at 
5-8 (rf 1 per cent discount. Hie 
Fvench fmae flanod jOt eaat at tJ6 
cents. 



Metal Markets 

LONDON, Dee. 18 (APi Closing: 
Copper, standard spot, £32 ISs; fu- 
ture, £32 17s 6d. Electroljrtlc; spot, 
C35 lOs; future. 126 10s. 
Tin, spot and future. £33t In 6d. 
Lead, spot, £11 10s; future, £11 16s. 
Zinc, spot, £18 17s 6d; future, £15 
2s td. 

AT NEW YORK 

NEW YortK, Dec. 18 (AP)— Cop- 
per firmer. Electrolytic, spot, 8 1-4; 
future, 81-2. 

Tin steady; spot and nearby, 
52J7: future. S2.7B. 

Iron qulat. No. 2, tJO.h. Eastern 
Pennsylvania. i8JiO; Buffalo, 17.50; 
Alabama, 13.50. 

Lead dull. Spot. New York, 4.18; 
Ea.^t 8t. Loui!^, 4 05 

Zinc steady. Ea.-it St. LottlS, spot 
and future. 4.50. 
Antimony, spot. 7.25. 
QuicksUver, VlJOO-nJOO. 



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OENEVA (TTP^.-^Vhe Bwto VM- 

eral Council has decided to .sjx-iul 
about $25,000,000 equlppinc and 
modernizing it.s /lighting forces The 
expenditure will be partitioned tiver 
twenty-flve years 

This programme has been has- 
tened. It Is lielievfd. because of the 
revelation of aUefed Oerman plaiu 
to iBfada twHaalaiid la ~ 



of anotlier war with France. Pears 
that the World Olaamamant Ooof^ 
ferenca mlfM faO alMS are reapoa- 

sible. 

The programme calls for the ex- 
penditure of $24 , 500 000 on alrpliine.";. 
tanks, motorized ai-tlllery, cannon.-i, 
heavy and light machln<' guns. Six 
heavy machine gun.s will be added 
to each Swiss battalion, while all 
other equipment will be Increaaad 
or modemlBed. 

PLANES TO BE BOUGHT 

Eighty new airplanes will be 
bought .some time (luring the next 
twenty-live years. Switzerland al- 
ready possesses 176 modern planes, 
whose puou are aotad Xroo Ibeli; 
excellent tnlakig In Mwaiitatii 
flying. 

Switaariand*! army, althoath con- 
script, Is one of the best in Burope, 
Three hundred highly trained offi- 
cers form the osily professional long- 
service oorp«. Each year they train 
about 25,000 recrulLs. in a<lditlon to 
putting about 50,000 older men 
tfcveugh more advanced tralnlBf. 

Hara.s.s<>d caretaker of hall In 
which amateur company l.s plaMng 
a comedy by the Immortal Bard to 
(finally hara&scd producer; "Ee, Mr. 
A , if Shakespeare 'ad only known 
all the trouble 'e was goln' to causae 
e'd aavar "a mota tham plaTar 



"A leader who 
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not in soma 
lmpoaslUa/~> 



Peace Pacts in Balkans 
End Ancient IlL-Feeling 



Frlmt IU» 



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ISTANBUL (UP) —The turbulent 
Balkan.s, stepplng-ofl point for 
many a European war, are at least 
rapidly heading for paaca at laaat 
among-vi themselves. 

Recent evenLs in Turkey, Ru- 
mania, Bulgaria, Onaoa^ Aifo- 
slavia and OiechoBlovidEta» 
signing^ of aereral naets 
theaa eouatrias, has led obaa r ta is 
to envisage a great Central and 
Eastern Europe jyace bloc, allied 
only to Soviet Russia 

One result would be a leaaenlng 
of France's influence In the Bal- 
kans. Without her support, her 
inclinations to dominance at 
Oeneva would be considerably re- j kan 
duced. over 

Turkey la the chief pcotato niat of islowly but aunty oooUpf aO. 

■ 8' 



Balkan peace During the last two 
months she hM signed four close- 
hnklng parts. One was for ten 
years with her old enemy, Oreoce{ 
two were flve-year pacts with BuJ;: 
garia and Rumania, and a fourth 
with Jugoslatla is also probab^ Ha- 
five years. 

flamal. factors have led to tni| 
rapid conclusion of these agree/ 
menta. Hie ball was set rolling by 
the pact deflnlng aggression, in 
which Puland, Rumania, Russia, 
Turkey and other strftes Joined. 
Thi.s l)rnMght the first reconclUaUoa 
between Ru.s.sla and Rumania. 
Observers declare that the Ba(- 
pot, whose simmering boUad 
into the World War. U aOJ» 

t' 



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(Barna * WalaWif|^ MA) 
Australia S'a. 1SS7 

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Baiatam ra. iSM.. 

Bocota S'a. IS4S... 

Bolivia 7 a. I»M 

French 7S-s. 1941 

Oarman OoT t 7 a. ISW 

MInaa Oerai 6'. 'a Uh 

Norway 6 a. 1843 

Oueenaland 6a. |»47 '.'.['' 

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Sflver Markets 

LONDON. Dec. 18 (AP) 
ver fuM, unchanged, at ItMi. 
ATinWTCNUt 
WBW YORK, rvr 18 fAPi —Bar 
iUvar ataadjr. 1-8 hi^htr. at 



RAILWAY REVENUES 

MONTREAL, Dec. 18 (CP) 
Eaminga of tha Oanadian Pacific 
Railway Ooamany tha week 
ended DaoMnbar 14 ware: ittt. 

82.303,000; lltS, tS430.000; decrease. 
117,000, according to company flg- 
ures. 

MONTREAL, Dec 18 (CP) — 
Oroas revenues of the Crinnrlian 
National Railways for the week 
ended I>ecember 14. 193;i. were 
$2,861,146, as compared with $2,783,- 
5M for the corrs sp o n dl n t period of 
1932. a nj aai a aw cf tW,itl. aeaoM- 
ing to ollicial flguiaa. 

BAR GOLD AT LONDON 

MONTREAL. Dec. 18 (Cy).— Price 
of bar gold In London today was 
€32.44 an ounce In terms of the 
Oanadian dollar, based on the Lon- 
don price of 126s 9d. and the qudta- 
tlon of sterling in Montreal at 
85.11 7-8 Yesterriav til 

•fulval^t waa mM, 



jDONERVtULg tX>iaKS 



^SWT CAW* $ll»W!PN.PROM A LQT or OWHIS WbJ ItfViR BRIAH S ANY 




4 



/I 



19 

M ML 



THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA, B.C. Tl I.SDAV. DECEMBKR 10, 




Business aa<l ~Pr of etyiogal P irectory. Want Ads 

Eb^iSitilsCxrlxmiKtl" 'SSSSS |l ; T m »4 «H«tc« ixAN^ . . — 

HAr« cn.s.i^^'^sr^ Uouble SeTVicc 111 " ^ ' ' ' « — — ~ — toebmt**" " "^^fifJl!^ *' 

ADVKKHBEMBin» v.. )u..i will »rrlv« In Vktori. on | E»ni t» US (MUrt Mr Uy. iMxt Ml . IP " PrANUTB roR THM KIOOXSBI ' ' JntlniMdi - — . . „..'..- : 

or fttU tiOM work. Liberal tMntatM 

Wlii^Kin Oomyanr. Toronto, Dept Al. 

—eg- — ■ ■ 



RAIEB roK (U^KtllMKL) O* WAWT 
ADVKK TlUEMBirn 
ODr-nalf cenU • WOM Meb 
tMertlon: nln* c«nt( ■ word • wvrk with 
a lalnlmura at Un wordi: c«ih witli ordtr 
Ni) Bdv»rtl»cmrnt •cccpted for Ic»» 
t wt I , t y f I V r t ruts 

DrHt . ai. 1 runeral NoUc««. tlM flm 
Inatrl . ij 1 1 00 for MMb aMMMMl 
uon. UA/IIK.SM. OBr4r •( iMato bm la 

or rreftMlooal Oardt of two 
MaM or aador. I9.M par aMath. Addi 
tloaal «»e» a t II JS ptrjin a par month 

Advertlatrt who dr»lr« ma? hava raplla» 
addressrd to a box at Tha OolonUt and 
fqrwardrd to' ihflr prlTaU addraaa. A 
cbaroa <i< tao canu U mado for owUlna 
m^^^m. tm tkia OMB aM tlMi§ vordi 
(^ar...^%ateMr7l* m aMrt Mr th. 

BU«bor ol word a. 

Out-of-town rcaderi of our ad»«rU«« 
moela aik advertlier* to «lve addreti ai 
won at phona numbcri. ai It li not alwais 
poattble to communleala throu«h tha 

phnnr 

' Anjf claim (or rabaM on aecoont of 
•mro or omlaalons mutt ba made within 
thlrtv daya from tha date of the namr. 
etharwl aa tha c lalm^wtll not ba allowed 

Tba Colonlct will not be retpontlbl* for 
mora thaa «M laoorroc* inwrUoo of any 
•drarllMaMHl aMMVi ft* than ona 

laaua 



rooaUaoodi 

UKA Y8HA W I l.t 1 f ,,!.» (,I 

Vai >u.ii will arrlvt in Vktorit on 
Wrilu>\>cii> > aftrrnuon't boat Thr lur- 
t««e wUl proeaad. from the O P R. Wharf 
diroet to Mmm Boy OaoMUry, wbare th< 
ramolaa wtU b« laid at rtat In the family 
plot fntrrm>>nt will under the aut- 
picrj of thf 1 o O r , I^ge No 1 Ar- 
raoccmtnlf are io tba handa of tha 




mooUKM*— AfUr a loaattr WatM thora 
pataed away. Sunday, Dmmmmt IT, at 
tha Royal Jubilee Hoapttal. Clara Caro- 
lina Ntcoltoo, formerly of 341 Beach- 
wood Avenue Tha late lirt. Nicolson, 
who KAA tlxty-ftrvrn yeurh of *vr Ha.) 
born at Muoae Kuctuiy. Ontauu. and 
cama to tbla city with her huaband from 
w iaal aa a , tvalTt Man aae. Bha Uw m 
to amra Imt paaaiat bar hnaHaaa. 
Ian, In thia city: four dauchtatik Mit. 
Owrn Orl/flth. Corhraiir. Ontattol Mn. 
Alec Louttit, Uoooonrr. Ontario: Mttt 
Ethel NIcoUon, Vaiiruuvci. and kirt O. 
V. Scrivener. lOtti Granite Street, Oak 
Bay, alao tbraa aona, Raslnald. In Oak- 
load. OaUforala: Allan, of Vaaeovvor, 
and John, at Mttiburah, Oalllomla: oea 
sliifr Mri Owjrge Prewer. Sudbury, On- 
(ario our bruthrr. Charlm V NIcolaOn, 
of Stuiitwall. ktanlloba, and fifteen 
arandchlldran. 

Puneral acrrleaa will ba held Wednesday 
afternoon, Ooeaaiber M. at 3:M oclock. 
from the B. J. Curry * Boa Funeral Home 
Interment will bo made In the Royal Oak 
Burial Park 



17 SITUATIONS WANTED— 



A J. ORBOO HUUSE WINIXnvS 
. cleaned, outalde, (r ««ch U iOJ3 

CXARPrNlfR WOULD LJKE REPAIRS. 
y alterations. Uervicat to tult timet. 
Pirit-claaa work auaraatood. Thaaat 
Mitchell, phona B MM. 



JMTBLUOBMT TOUMO MAM. ABU TO 
do houaa aad aardoa wock. alala aaak- 

laa. kalttinf twealara, atocklasi. otc., 
wanU work. BS701. 



gTXONO 



fbnai 



BOT WANTS WOU 
PlMno BMIt. 



ON 



TTBOn 
l-* lac. 



BOBltTI CAKPBITBRniO, KALBOMIlf- 
BOlntlaa. Low charaat. B U10 



PAINTERS A.VD DECORATORS 

"a IRIFP i, SON— PAUiTWO AND 
daeoratlaf: pa ' ' 
Phona O 35 10. 



I7A 

iJ 
Ini 

1>Al'EHHANClINO. PAlN I I.N(i K ALSO- 
mllilnt, rxiirripfirrd Phuiir Ci A837 

PAINTINO ANU PAPEKHANUINO LOW 
prlcei. Work auaraiiteed. E 4113. 



Double Service in 

Want Ads. 



You can telephonf v,<i;r an 
iwert-ai welf as your iLssHir.l 
advertisements to The Colonist. 
Krader.* are olteti iiitereated in 
Want Advertisements that do 
not carry tlie nainei or ad- 
dresses of advertisers, hut a 
Colonist box number. For the 
nccomn-.odation of thoM rtB4trt 
who find it inconveoient to write 
an antwer. and to Mrve the ad- 
vertiser better, we will take re- 
plici to Box Numbers over the 
telephone. 

I 1)<" Colonist service is avail- 
.<! I. fi. ni 8 a.m. to 10 p.m., cx- 

cc^tiDK .Suudayt. Pbooe U mpira 



• *MM - MM CKLLAWKOLS 



*« *OB hALi^MI8CiiLLANEOl<8 
tOatlauadi 



"•"ea. 

limit s 



PIANUTB roR THB KIOOXBBI 
special India. Ceylon, xae Ik 
» CAIHt) <OFT«E 8HOP. opp 
Bay (°i.Miipaiiv, DoiMilaa Straat 



Tha ColoRlal 
day from • a. 



it avaOablo ortry 



C ARD OF THANKS 



Ta taaara 




M am. oaoaaUnc 

«n«. 

taaortloa w aium Ada aboald fi,^ offariMa aad kind 
Ift baforo !• P m. on tha Bathv - - 

»ablleatlon. |uaa • 



dloniit 
tur- 



Mra. B. BrynoUton and family daatra 
to axpiaaa Uioir thanka for tba awitifal 
aad kind word* al mtbi- 
Ha mm iiM noaaaiaB oa Ilia 
M MUtkuSrSrShw. 



tt a 



Mr and Mri Utiley wish to thank their 
many frleoda for their kind tympathy 
flaral tfttvlaa dariaa Ifeotr 



OlASBtnCATIOMS 

Acreaia for Rent 

Acreaaa for Bala «...•.•«••••••<• 

Aeraaca Wa nt ad ••< 

Autoa for HfVO ,,.«(••••••••••••••••• 

Automobiles 

Mirths 

mcyclea and Motorcyelaa 
Boats and Lauocbaa .,.,.«•«••••{••••• 
BuUdlas Material ....••.»••'•••<•••••• 

Btiibiesa Directory 

Business Opportunities 

Cards of Thanks 

OlMvali KoUaas 
OlathlBf, para. 

Cominc Brsnla 

Danctna ,.•••••••.............*.•■•••• 

Deatha 

Dreatmaklni ......•••••••••••«••••••• 

Educational •••*•••••*••••••••. 

Farina for Rent •(••••••«..•......•••• 

Farma for Bala i.T.iji*.. ....«•••••• • 

Parmt Wanted ,......•«.... 

Plata and Apartmenta to Mat 

Plata and Apartments WaBlad 

Por Ba|^*.)flaaaUaBaaBa 

PumltflN **. «•'. . • 

Puel sue 

Fuueral Dlrectort ■ "* .«5 

Fumlahad Houaas for Rent MA 

SMralsbsd Rooms for Rent «A 

Vurnlshsd Rooms Wanted 

natrdraassrs and Beauty BpoclalltU. . 3iA 

Halla to Rant 

HotaU J, 

63 
71 
6 
tt 
M 
f< 
M 
3 
•3 



I 

4aK 
1*1 

M 

11 
m 

4 

^ I 

.».•••••... 40B 

10 
35 
I 



Ml 



1 nr MS 


MOBUM 


BAKNARO—to aVSr 


lovlna memory of one 


who maaat so 


much. Dorothy H 


Barnard, dlad 


DiiiBikir 1$, in2 


KJCP.P. 




• nrnnuL ooMOTOBB 



QARTIR'S p^UNBRAC J^O*'* 

Olsnined Barrlca Raasonabis Cbarsei 
1S13 Quadra BUMt Phono B sspUS 4634 



BATWaaVt BJO, 

m 



fnoauit oo* ltd 
lan 

TMaeta. WO. 



Haoaskaoplns K— — j* .ff* * •••••••• 

■oosskssplnc RudiBS WaBWa •••«••••• 

Houaea for Sale 

In Memorlam 

Lodset and Soctatlaa 

Lost and Ponad, •••••••••••••••••••••• 

Machinery ....,..«•»•.•....# 

Market Sperlalt 

Msrrlatrs • • 

Maternity and Convalsacant Homsa... 

MiMallanaoas 

Money to Ijoan 

Menunsntsl Works .................. 

F^uslo 

Musical Inttrumenta ♦jJJ 

Nuraery Stock, Plants. Ma. ••• 

Personal 3i 

Protoaslonal Directory ^ 

Proi»«rty for Sals 

Property Wanted Si 

63 



"TBa PMrai PBaerai ■oao'* 

Jetaaon and Vancouver Streets 
Phona O arden 3013 



8ANU8 MORTUARY, LTD. 
Distinctive funtritl service In our New 
Mortuary at moderate coat. Experienced 

Lady Attendant. 
Pbonea £7SIl. O 3630 li<03 Uuadra St. 



B. J CURRY tc SON 
Funeral Directors 
Quadra and Broushtoa 

Phone O 5813 



fU) so ROOM, 

ladudaa labor and BatartaL 



WABHABLB KALSOMIMB: 
Arcbar, 



ivo cABPumna un ooimuoTOM 



Altbratiomb. Moty— aibiwo. oon- 
Crete work, repairs. O'Reasn. O T6d3. 
0 3366 



GARAOBB. ALTCRATIONa, 
John Mlldon. BBSM. 



ACCOl'NTS 

ODR CAREFUL DAILY, WEEKLY 
monthly aci'ouiiliiii service will please 
and ratull in inoflt.i to your bualneta. 



'J''HIS Just about detcrlbo 
and lori.fy with tba 
and itie newett 'hartaa 
from tha faotorftayM. 



daslana 



TM TaUs. On 



UM _ 
Trads With Os and Wa 

TMto laaiM 



CTRia AMD OWLO B 

E 37l>. 



rioK SAUL inn.L I 

* tablr anil i Im.T.s 

pOR SALE SET OP HOOVBB DtftTINO 
a. loQl- Phone E 46aa. 

poll SALE SOIL.^MAjiuilB. dNDBRB. 
■s- aravel. tUlint. roek. BoUyorsd. B M61 



P'iSfili*'^*,"..^*^ PRIOM~Hi 
*• r^rs. B.C. Hardware. 716 Port Btroet 

i 



,^OR RENT - VACUUM 



elect rK- floor 
week. Phone O 7ill 



\f(!VlNCi PlLTURB 
-^'s. mm.; BaU * Uoa 



AND 




UVlNd 



21 A HAIKDRESSERN \M> 
BKAITY SPECIALlhlb 
icoatiasaa» 



A OENU: 
» art or 



INK BONAT WAVE. 15: WAVE 



a specialty. Shampoo, with linger or mar 
eel wave. 75c 509 Beverley Hotel E 8334 

AOBNUINB SPECIAL! A tS.OO BONAT 
wa««. eoBipiets, for 63.00, untu Decern' 
bar 11 ttwauoo. witli finssr or msrcel 
wafa. Itc Mi aarsrloy Rot*u_Bm4 

QUAfJPIBD 



PLUMBING 



T.^OXaORO, TUB PLOMBKR. IS NOW 
V located at IIM Oladstens. Phona. 



SAANICH PLUMBINO AMD nATDIO— 
Prank Button. Ohsrgss rsasonabla for 
work of all kinds. Phone O IMa. 



VICTORIA PLUMBINO CO OUARAN- 
toed rspstrs. loss Pandora, u 1553 

WEATHIRsTRiriMNd 



ALI^WEATUBR BRONZE STRIPPING 
Btoes rattloa Ooors and windows. 
Installed by O. M. MsMllUn, 1M Fort. 
B 0S3I. 



COLD WIND COMUfO — WZMDOWB 
^ leakinc— fuel wattlns. PaaltlVt f« 
edy. Phone O 7114. 



J^B COMFORTABLE ■ 

draughts, ratllc <ni' n 



PEACE METAL 

1. Stopi 
T Leigh. E96S6 



18 SITUATIUNS WANTED— 



GIRL WAMta OAT WOMK. 
saasi. 



noNE 



SCHOOL GIRL WILL WORK 
room and board preferably no 
Box 4.^39. Col.jiii.'d 



^, THOMPSON FUNERAL UOMB 

HI MP Attendant Parsaoal Attantlon 

lOS Quadra Btraet 
PBone G 3<13. Nlsht or Dap 



TTIOH 
M for 

children. 

rpRUBTWORTHY MlDliLK AdED COM- 
X jMnlon; good housekeeper, kind and 
Maetleal; fond of cooking and country 
life: free now. 0 3354. Bos 4466. Colonist. 

X'-OUKG WOMAK DCBIIIM DAT WORK 

1 EBSIS 



BOBBTTB BBAUTT «ALOM. 
operators, Afeojpa OfttS^, t. 

clal Marcels, MaSUim ir».1 

waves. 35c 

BEAUTY OPERATOR WOUUJ LIKB TO 
do balrdretatns In a ilMtp for Xaaaa, 



HAIRDW B aa fO Df TQPR HOME: EX 
perleacad operator. S mpire 7503 



hHA.NCK 
O 7443 



•-| .66 PBRMANENT8. 11.88— LA 
4'-L Halrdraateri. 1306 Baqulmalt. 



EDUCATIONAL 

rnuiTION AT HOME: MATHB. A BPS- 
-L elallty. A. D. Muskstt. Itltl. 



rnaa kotal bubtiibbb collbob. 

-L qyll BafTleo slasses starUnv. O 6016. 



T/KntOMA aOHOOL OP EXPRESSION 
V Mrs. Wilfrid orM V r <■ ' m r s.T. 



MN'Coek Btrsot. 



t4 MUSIC 

I banjo sctaooli 1116 Broad; E 4»43. E 9093 



Ma.n an Tvms 19 oo 



BPMUt, 

KOOII 



O'^iSS''"* YOUR HEATER OR 

IS?*!: '"""lied r. 

Bborall, nn Wharf Street Phone O 7191 



/ VK-iV KUUNI 
^ k u I.- iiette. f 

l,-\«ONT ROOM. SUIT BACHl 
OatOf Wharf. M Ontario. 



near 



BSD - BITTXMO - ROOM, 
furnace. Ill monthly. B 3466. 

■umCworjc. 

tarlo «^ 

HousEKEEPiNo AND uimjiunam 
rooms, cheap 419 BellevlIU 
Parliament Buildintt. """'me. 

T AROB ' 
kttcl 
Fort 

VriCTORuT^WUBB. lllT"ROCKLANn 

fo'd wstor; aalot. co mfortable o s,v.j 

W'ifi.*,'?*^!!?""'- cSan house: 
Jl^Jteeplni^roomt. kitchenette 802 Cook 



L kUc'lienerto^- USS^T^^ 
1176 Port. iiaisiisaBgiai enas m 



los 
sta raoms 



PHOBNU PLACB^ Two ator.es. 



Ml RILLBIOB AVE 

ate ■ 

na 



-One ana a half 



stonet. four roomarbiVm^C STr" 



<)ne atory,' 

■ uniace 

O'K' story. 
Has Uld 



ata 
live 



oAaa 

Monthly 
This Suite Includes 
Roomy CheitarSeM. awsrad 



I / VLD BUNDB 

I ^ ' Fort Street 



MADE LIKE NEW. 847 



In 



to aMMk 



IJAIR SKID CHAINS. OOOO AB MEW 

|ubii.%yjL" y^aS:*^ ^isb-mTpoo. 

L10LID GOLD CHAIN BRACELETS, IS 75: 

iJfc" SJi^i hfoorhet. 17 50. gold 

nook pendant 1. |4 75. is-kt gold wrist 

to 1350 00; boys- and girls' wrist watehaa 

12 75. M.isonlc gold rings. 17 60: rtnts' wid 

S3«"*-nJiLiiV. •"'•'-""•O w«tch cha'^s" 
iiJli Blaaaes and Ifather case 

ll Oo''^o"*iVil!*^*-,iVV '""copes ?rom 
II ?2- i.,*^ ■"••'-""•d »'«net rings, 
jiwii., ff^n*""""*"" Watchmaker and 
Iwn'sV' "c"4°r'"""'"' • 

rpHE OJTlRE sf6E;K~bp^JBWELRY 

late Mr aVh.^I'!?^ o' «»H. 
. , if" Mr. Andernaeh. will be on tale at una 

/GERHARD HEINTZMAN ( ART'oiiiroT ?^*/"J!!!«» "^^^ P'-'<»» & all 

Piano. ,235 Al.o a modern iyi!SI Sr^Ura525y°-^^^^^^ 



1 Large 

smart tape^.try 
1 Large Eaty Chair 
1 Oeeatlonal Chair, 
1 flraslde Bench. 
1 USUI Fernery 
1 Bolld Walnut Smoker 

zine Rack combined. 
1 Cheaterfleld Table. 
1 Ohaataraold End Table. 

A liaUtad Number of Suites 
Be Bold at This Price 

HOUB FURNITURE CO. 
63S Fart Btraal. Phone E6S31 

and Quadra Straett 



Will 



5IB 
[ 




KD AND PURMiaHBD 

oveniencet. Phaaa B mi 



aVLATS AND APARTMBNTi~ 

TO RENT 



A PAHTMKNT NCRMANDiB-VraYAT 
fortable. BOM 



clean, wsrm. 



com- 



Betwosn 



■niaiOAi OfamoMBNTa 



piano. 1225 
Piano to rent. j3 50 monthly. UJT Quadra. 
T AROE ASBORTMBNT OP USED pfll2 
^-^ anoa, apselaUy priced for Ohrlttmas 

Fletcher Bros. 



00 Tha 

business day. 

LBS^ CARROTS. 8 LBsrPARSNIPs; 

it lbs. bcela, 6 Iba. Bruasols sprouts. 



1 lb. Island 



'wnnwoau TWO AND 



A 7h'J2?^I22*' J22««epi TWO an6 

to Hlsh Bel 
Avenue B 3646 

"a SUITE AT THE MOUNT DOUGLAS 

heat '"'^'i* .Ttehi; "TS'^i "r 

central. *'SUuS5d"irn"jt*''i;hone'" 



•06 MONTREAL 8T 

liir^aVc'i^"";!," 

roomt; baariueir. 
»M NIAGARA ST -Two stortas. mm 

roil. ar -One ttory. foiir 

roomt, batement. furnace laM 
Thaaa rentals include the a.ter 'rala 

UJ> to I! 60 



laai 

ai.M 



J. C. BRIDUMAN 



Phono ami 



roR MUrr OM 8AUI 

»i09:i "l^"*"" ROAD-Well-buUt 
1. attractive S-room houae \ 

fireplace, rich |.anelling7bathr2!S. d^IT* 
ttalrs. large sun porc.h fuU eiSJIS. i?.?*' 
ment. furnace. Uuad y tubTwd SS!:; 
feature, garage with runwai t«, 
SL*:."L'l.""g beautj:^;' Uld'oilTX 
♦•"•'•Ole gardens, fruit 

w?':r'e' •prJ'p'alfj.-ro"''" 

would tell cr/p' aifd li* 
not tee It today? 

awoiBRTON * MDKUUm 
•tt arsaililoB awaal 



trees, etc. 
erty. and 
very low 



rent at a 



Asents 



PWB 



\|U8ICAL INSTRUMENTS TOR BALbH 'tC. tt 

Schmidt allver trumpet In caae. 139 so- M""* 
Ludwig Dixie banio In eaae I46M Corm 
^}yr '"J.""- "> caas^ Vlo'l^'. com- • 

Ivdson's Bsy Com- 



■ W".riS!l!!!?*i''.'^''M "l^CULABS. PRO- A T THE KEN8INaT5'N7Mi7IiB5^i'A~' 
- etc ''S:S^S:^'''J^ii-?^''»t-J>f>0*^i*' Small furnished ;partitS2°'^n-:; 



nd 

_ _ E 4833 

A**»;if"*^'* APT8.-6 ROOMS. FULLY 

condition: sat 

^^^'taiarrv'sroV"" * • 

\T 1014 PJMBROKE-FOuTl^OViLT 
t u «"Pl«", fully modsraTB iiBi 

or Helsterman, Forman & Oo ■■»•>• 



allver cornet In 
Plate outfits. 115,00, 
pany. Third nodr. 



M(.|0: 
■vdsos 



MvwtUtaa rtaaaad, 
■MUlsd. MalUns 



BBtf Bfteet 



— printed and 
MalUnt lltts. 



^TBUfWAT BABT GRAND PIANO, Lai 
ro nsw. Maat ssH at - — - 



a aacrlflca. p.o. 



nWTON ADVERTl.'^ING AGBMnf 
(A. P. Prlettley) 



CJNAP. OOOD-TOMBD PIAWn aaa nw^' 
play cabinet. Tf. dsnvmd.^Q^^ 



Sulla tt, Wlaeh Bidc. 

Pbona tnii 



MO Fort at 



houtekeeping roomV"- ■•'•'*»«nU and 

ALahii 8TRECTrnJu:?7wr 

B«. modern bunsalow 

Bos 3666, Colonlt t. Phone E 4402 

COOK - attractive; 

modern suites. ModatsU 



berton * BonTjUdT. iM^jftif - ^■»- 

^LEAN 

g Odd 



6-BOOIC 

loeatton. iia. 



0 6134. 



K-JStJUIMALT-ATTRACTIVlTw 
bungalow. Mice loeal 



reasonable Phone E 0164 




PIVE-ROOMED HOUSE, IN ~BPLBNnib 

'■?'"^".">" Ne«r the half-n^ 



Avallabli- 



ua 

«aU.kspt 



JAWJIOat nolKliborliood. E 



40P 



RADIO 

1934 



^kMPLE STUDIOS. VIOLIN AND PIA.Nd 
^ CItr atudlo. E 38111 Oak 



G71U. 



atudlo. 



VIOLIN 



C4B 

w: 

340 

SINGINO AND ELOCUTION HENRY 
McCleary. A T C L. 835 Fort Street 



M. M. TOUCHE. VIOLIN AND 
VIOLA. 3617 Graham Bt.« ala Ksyeri 

SINGINO 



I YRIC MOHAWK. 1934 MODEU WITH 

latest ttaa takas. 

Ul)le model elsctrle rai&os. eouplete, lis 60. 
Terms may ba arransad. Hudson's Ba> 
"ipsny. Third Ploor. ""«aoii a swy 



PLYWOOD tS^I^ rlTVft 

OONNASON CO.. ltd" 
Phone B7141 



..66.60 

.ts.so 



25 



DANCING 



ALL uuNena amd baixkoom. 
Dorothy Coa. ai.A.aD., AX&TJ>.. 
Ens. B Tfia. < 



NUB8ING AND CONVAUCSCBNT 



Poultry and Llrettoek 

Radio 

Room and Board 

Room and Board Wanted . 
Situations Wanted — Female 
Sltuatloi .H Wanted— Male .. 
atoves, Ransei. Furnacaa .. 



aaaaaaaaaa*** 
. ■ a aa«»« • 

47 



FLOWKBS 

BALLANTYNB BROB.. LUOTID 
636 Port Btreet Phona Oa«ll 

Ws Tolaaraph Flowars 
CUT PLOWnU AND OB8IGN8 



, • oaB****** 
I aooaBaa** • 
•aaaaasoao 
, ••aaaoaoaa 
,aaaa*«as** 401* 

61 



VIOTORIA NURSERIES, 618 

Osalsn work asscuted lowest 

46| aylesa. Wa arow omt no irsrs. G S613. G 3S3i 

I'l^ BPRAT, ta WRFATH, SPECIAlTsTS 
i>-L aavatP>MaS Art Cu . lUl Govt. E 0334 



MONUMENTAL VOBKS 



IgTBWARf MONUMENTAL WORKS I,TI) 



No. • ear 
Phono OS4M. 



to works, 1401 May 



•«••• ••••♦••aaaaa - 

Tsachsra Wutki IM » 

Timber •••• 

To Exrhaiue Real Eststs 

To Rent— MltcellaneottS as 

Onfumlshod Honssf to RSBt MB | street 

Unfumlshad Rooms Wanlad 

Wanted— Female Help J* 

Wanted— Male Help »» 

Wanted— Mtscsllaneoua «| a laddiN'S CAVE, GOVT ST (OPP 

WaaCad ta Borraw ;:"'',Vh.H"s7AK*- BnaUnd Cafei Dancmg and 

Want«l to Raal-foMas. P^^^^^ featurea, Wednesday. Friday 

wanted to Raal-llansos. Unfurnished B7B a„„^„^ ^ delightful place to dine and 
Wanted to Raa»— lUseallansous >>|daaco, 



10 



COMING EVENTS 



IJBALTH CENTRE NURSING HOME 
m. Royal Oak Border line and nervous 



esses cared for 



NURSING 
r line and 
Terms rea.<:onabIe O 4979 



MBNZIE8 NURSINO HOME— INVALIDS, 
chronle oasoa and eonralssosnts. 
Home comforts, sfiporrlsod disu and fnUy 
equipped treatment roam. Pbons Bioit. 



u N H I LL ■AmTMnm-cnKATivE 
k^ convalescent. DM a sBaslal lf . Smdlsta 
mattagp E 5031. 



21 



PERSONAL 



will Trade 
Wood 



33 



i! A 



BIG TIME I 
netday, I 15. 
Chrlitmat concert. 



TUESDAY AMD WBD- 
Vlctorla Hlth Bshool 
35c and lOe. 



1;NWIN At Bearhcroft Nursing Home 
December 17. to Mr and Mrs Arthur 
Unwin. 1840 Crescent Road, a ton. 



DEATHS 

BINCl On December 18. at the Jubilee 
Ilnpital. the death occurred of Wong 
Hmg. aaed sUty-nlne year; A name 
of c:antoii. China, and a resident of Vic- 
toria for the past forty years, he la aur- 
vived by two tons. Edward and Henry 
Wons, and three dauahtert. Annie Mary 
and Ammy. realding at the family resi- 
dence. 1911 Blanshard Street: one mar- 
ried daughter. Mr?, ('on John, re.ilding 
In Vancouver 

Funeral service will be held this sfter- 
noon. St 3 o clock, from tha Thomson Fu- 
neral Home. Interment WtU to nado In 

the Cliliien* Cenirletv 



^TOCKHAM-Oti Det^cmber 18. al 81 Jo- 
SOPh'S Hospital. Thoatas BKx kham. aged 
seventy-Mx yrors; bom m Somernei 
Knelatul late residence. 1630 Hollywood 
Crescent He It turvlTSd by his widow, 
at home, anil three nephewi. one in 
Vancouver one reildlng In California, 
and one in Cimland The funeral will 
take place on Tuesday afternoon, Decem- 
ber 19. There will be a abort aerrlee in 
tho Chanel of tho Bands Mortuary, Ltd.. 
allar which the cortase will proceed to 
Onrlst Church Cstbsdral, and at 3 p.m. 
faMral sorvlcoa wUI bo_s a«MhioUd by Rsv. 

■ija te%l^%^jl^?iHSL ^ 

CLARKE Funeral SSrvloes for tlie lair F>1- 
muiid Clarke, who pataed away at the 
faniilv r-'idence. Blenklntop Road, Saan- 
Ich, Friday. December IB. will be held 
ihia afternoon. Tuetdoy. December 16, at 
a:M a'alack. from tha 8. J. Carry * Bon 
Fanoral Home. Tha late Mr. Clarke, 
who waa aeventv-two years of ase. came 
to this city eluht years avo from Peter- 
borough. Knaland He is survived by hi. 
wife, al the family rnhliiiir one son. 
8 W Clarke, of 458 NiDKara aireet. and 
two sranddaushterg, Mrs. L Foaa. 1409 
hum Btroot, ettr. and Miaa Freda CUrke. 
alaa of Ntaaara Birsot, city. Ra*. Ar- 
thur deB Owon viU efflelata aMI iBMr- 
ment will be mada la tSa mral Oak 
Burial Park. 



A NOTHER BIO TIMB DANOB, MAOCA- 

.»» bees' Hall. Wed nlsht. Gut Mlehaurs 

orclievini: l.i shoe prlr.e. spot prlsesi 38e. 

BEAUX - ARTS DANCE RENT COS 
tumes. Clarence ( o.-,! inn ler. H^l View 
From 80c. ESBll. Reser\e Talher Christ- 
mas costumes 

HARTONS HEALIH LECTURES Dlb- 
continued. Consultatlon.'s. phone E 2013 

/ 1HRISTMAB EVE DANCE. SUNDAY 
v> ntaht, Ohambor of Commerce. Oancins 
stsru St 13:01 a.m. Roa Bmlth's orchestra. 
Adml.vslon JSC. 

~liUM»ro flOlBB^WARU 
meetlna, tonisht. 6 p m., at 



< .( \i \ 
headaaarttrs. 



A BOT OP TENDER AGB WAB HEARD 
to use fslaetto lansuase Why. 
sonay." said mother, "whoever taught you 
that?" "Santa Claus. ' said the boy 
What?" "Yes, mamma on Chrlatmas 
Eye. when he fell over a chair in s 
bedroom." Now. Santa old dear, eat oar 
coarae whole wheat bread (free from 
molasses, sugar or white flour), at It Is 
a body builder, which meant also a nerve 
builder and these strenuous days will not 
make It neces.sary to call on your blllnsual 
education Call dally at our atore and 
Pick UP our (raah. ohaorr foods. Oolden 
I>oaf Bakery, 711 ftrt M. 



ALL ABOUT TINIBlilli MMI MO- 
, blue, expert faa«or. satras poar prob- 
'r"?*i. TyP«d sketch fros today with spe- 
cisl 38c readlna. Bahaoral Hotel. Butte 16 



i CHINO FEET REUEVED! FOOT COR- 
•» a rectloii by man ipulallon and massase. 
W J Fra.ser, Orthopedic Matteur, 108 

Stohart Rldg. Phone E 5943. 

A TREAT IS ALWAYS IN STORE FOR 
Ba\eyy"^%.s'Vt" «^ 



BALLET, ACROBATIC, TAf 
land dancing. Violet 
1113 Government Street. 

ISA 



LABIKUMO. 
-T daaalaa. 



PHTBICAL CULTDHB: TAP 
daBetoa, Waa. Klllson. crystal Garden. 



at LOR AND POUND 

\ NYONE GIVING INFORMATION LEAD- 
-'V ins to recovery of black brief case 
taken from m at Outer Wharf, Saturday 
afternoon. VlU rooalva reward. Phone 
B 3590. 



I >AOIOS FOR SALE 1934 ROGERS MAN- 
'S, f tel gets. Mu bO Lyric, teven lat«>t 

nB^'".";'" V"-2I!i I^Uco «Mur mSde, 
>39 93. several need alaatriii amt* at aia an 

Hudson', B ay oSSfSSIn^i ' ri\>^^ 
\rERY UTTLB US8D EIGHT-TUBE 



1 -H P. MOTOR. SINGLE PHABB. PHIOrB 
A Shoo ators. Oak Bat Mm. ^^^ 



TIME IS a.TTTINO SHORT 
So Order Your Personal 
CHRI8TMA.S AND NEW YMUk 



Am>W 130 OO I^3R YOUR 
■LBOTRIC RADIO SET. 



OLD 



We 



Oar New Barsalnt In 

Models at 171 50 



Console 
Radio Dept . Lower Main 

LIMITED 



OREETINO CARDS 

Have a Large BslSOtlaB 

to Suit Every Tasia 

THE COLONIST 

Em ravlnt. Utboaraphlaa, 

uu - 



DAVID SPENCER. 



V.y.H y»TINOHOU8E, LATEST TYPE 

^ ''^ tuboa. Boarantaad thra* v..r. 
a^clal tale prlca, tm^TT •^on'bll 

a^ort"*.!^ •^""'P''''- Phllco Electric 
inort and long wave, only t39 95 

or month 

1934 WssUnahousa radio 
Romano Theatre 

Ooverr ment .St 



<1 



WANTBD— MISCBLLANEOU8 



A REPUTATION FOR PATZMO nOB- 

f'urnlJiii"^ V-'i.r!**' ■»<•»•• 
Ai.oli>^ lUlf*?:..?* ■■P*?»l*« rou wish to dlapose 
A'«°lo'- Wa call anrwfaara. any tlma. 0 4743 



Slven away at 
Jacob Aaronson. Ijjg 

corner Johnson HI (i 4722 



I 08T— AlBATIAN BHEPHERD DOG 

1> montha aU. wltli «i— iiaa.^ 



tag With 
E 4283 



months ahk. wUh jjaawl aX llfs ass,. and 
M*a ananas, phi 



11 
Id 
ons 



T OST - IJVER AND WHITB POINTER 
-t.i Saanlch licence 990 Answers to name 
of "Prince Kew urd Phone E 9337. 



LOBT — 
Plador 
ataro. 



BROWN LBATUKR 

latata to 



PURSE 

BlU 



ON 



YATES, 
Hadley 



T08T— BROWlf SWEATER 
J between Quadra and Douiilas 
Phone E 637S or E 1 131 

LOST-GOLD WALTHAM^A'TCH, NEAR 
Normal Sshaoi. Pladar r Irs si latan 
to Normal Behoal. 



T^OBT — aUlI OF MONEY, SATURDAY 

JLi afternoon. Reward. Return Box i738. 
Colonist. 



r OBT— SMALL DINGHY, 
l-^ soTory Island. Initialed 
ward. B »U. 



NEAR 

"J.M." 



DIS- 
Re 



I AXE HIT.I. CnMMI'NITY r'KNTRE RA8- 
J ketball dame, WV»liii- iria v . December 
30. Oamei. 7:30. Dancing. 9:30 to 13:30. 
Ron. Bmlth's erehastra. Tombataai Nc- 
freshasanta Admission SSc. 



I>ARTNBR WRIBT, OAMPBBLL BUILD- 
Ing. Tuesdsy, December It, 6:90 
prompt Twelve turkey prlr.eg. Including 
six tombola prires I'ree tombola tickets 
to players Admluion 2,^ cents. 



1>ROaRESSIVR 
cents. a.O.B 

nl 



dSldt.' l7'eanta!''%«lyn'fM Mvheslr 



500 AND DANCE, 25 
Hall, Wednesday eve- 
9 

^ tra 

AND CHRISTMAS 
„ K.F. Rail. Friday. 

December 33, at 1:30, Dreaa as you pleaae 
Refrsshmsnts. Admlaslan 35c. 



SCOTCH DANCB 
froUe (Thistles), 



PERCY— There pasted away at an early 

hour yesterday morning, December IS. 
at the Royal Jubilee Hospital, Mrs 
Ellxabeth Percy, aaed fifty-three years, 
and a rctldeni of Cedar Hill Croaarood 
for the last twelve years Born In Beot- 
land, aha came to Canada nineteen years 
aao. Bhs Isavea to mourn her paaainc 
her hasbsnd. Riohsrd Percy: one ton. 
Douslaa, and on* daughter. June, all at 
home, and her mother, in Scotland. 
The remalna are resting at the chapel 
of tha Sands Mnriunry. Ltd . from where 
the funeral will take place on Wednesday 
afternoon. December 30, at 3 so oclock 
jrltai RCY. m. J. Armltase offlclstlns. 
Tntehnent »tll*be made at Shady Creek 
Calrarv patera please ropy 



^T SAVIOtTRB MEN'S OU> 

dance on Tuesday. DecembsT M. At 6 
P m , Parish Hall. 35 centa. 

TURKEYS "are "trumps AT MOUNT 
View Hlsh Bchool, Csrey Rood. Wed- 
nesday. Dooemher M Cards. 8 oclock; 
danelns, » to 13. Rafreahmentt Ad- 
mission SSc. Frooseds for playlns fields 

TURKBT BROOT AT BROWN'S. 

Beecher Bsy: DecembT Jn 



A LL ALIVB AND NO KICKIHG— NEW 

ih„ ^.VSJ^JL*"^'* ABKBY-a 
nSH MARKET. 634 Yates. O 7101. 

i YRSHIRE BACON:^nF HAM^CURED 
"a by Ayrahlra man. Mitchell. 849 Johnson 

I JACK TO HEALTH NATURE S WAY! 

sufferlne from rheumatism, 
hlsh blood pressure, neuritis, srthrltls. 
stomach, kidney, liver or blood sllirents'' 
And remedies tried by you proved unsuc 
cessful? If to, set some of the MIrsrIe Min 
eral Water Drink of It as per directions, 
and before Ions von will be delighted at 
the beneficial re.sult« you will experience 
It Is for sale at the Owl Drus Store and 
by C I. Behn^en. 1330 HauIUIn Street 
Phone E 8871. Price, tl 50 par sallon. With 
2'., r. fiino lor empty contelasr. 



I OST - FOX TBRRnR. AaODT 

'■i year old. Phono OSMt. 



ONE 



I {OB HAWXBB BROB ■TFATIW. WHILE 

Colrt 

HUY TURKEYS OF QUALITY 
Market. J. 11 Mutton, 851 



O 3223 



B & O* 

Johnson 



T OBT-TWO BPAIOTLB. MALB. FEMALE 
b rown, w hite. Phono Albi on 6R. 

LOBT-MtAU. KIT OP WRBNOHnT: 
alsa aaeBat srianohas. Reward, o 144 1 



21 



40R RICVCLC8 AND MOTOBCTCLEH 



* REAL BUY IN A HARLEY-DAVID- 
triJS'^ "'^*» "hd paint, and In 
ff/i.*** eondltlon; tlS5. Easy 
term s. R. Bhank s di _8ons. ^9 Fort si 

• •• — ZEB OF REBUILT BICYCLES, 
from 110. RobuUt tricyclet. Crowther 

«»* »taa Btrsot. Phone o 2S52 



HOT'S BIOTOA 
Phona am?. 

CARPENTER WANTS HOUSE OR 
L"*.,'® wreck. Phone G 7036. 

I(t°^' LIVE CASH FOR~YOUR 

^-s old gold and silver. Ppurgeon. 613 View. 

iTTlaHEtiT PRICE Hm Ol.l) OOLD VIO- 
-s I toria Mfg. Je».eler. 218 Saywsrd nM« 



Bros. 

rrfarmaa. •ii.m to 333 soPTll sizes 

.V."***" C'*"" Works. 1328 Govern- 
oent Btrsot. comer Johnson street. G 4733. 



pHONE a ARDEN 4753-WE PAT BHT 
* prices for botUas. rags, tools 
furnitars -or aimhlns else 
digposa oL wSdal 
Try na. 



stoves 

„ - — you wish to 
dall anywhere, any time 



CiPpT CASH POR FURNITURE. CLOTH- 
^ '°*> tSSf! 'unk. Best pricoa slven 
Phono O Oil, orenlnst B 6U8. 



/ ^ c u JOYCYCLBB 

' • cycles from 114. 

nh«n.*'.ff*11'..'*" t?" "ttlns In town.lrpHERMAMID. i.rrw 
S5d rn^£l/£?„^' ripreaentatlve will call i renTw ^ JES* 
hSL a^d*.t't"hi*J:?fl rour purchatet at onlst. * 

fi5SS-s.'?*iVwt'sRSl'*=P-'^''" « 



MOOBU 
Urn 4ITt. 



TO 
Col- 



OT834. 



PPM JOTCTCtB. PHONE olsTS dJ,HW/L5?*. •Is** Oeo"^*'"" ""ver of sJl 
^ SS*?.""?'"- Antique collections or Indf- 
I VldUSl Dleeaa ltAi»»<t di,„,.. o-no. 

C^fif " ■ T^'tJYCLB, IN OOOO OON DI 



TT'NGLISH HU 
^ In good 
after 6 o'clock 

/ t IRL'S 
^ ' claas 



aXCTOLB. n-IMOR. 
~ (U.00. BM3«, 



ENGLISH BICYCLE. FDIBf^ 
condition; tlO. O 4336. 



MONET TO LOAN 



A UTOMOBILE LOANS-AVAILABLE ON 
' » monthly repayment.s. Apply laland 
nnaiues. Limited. 1113 Broad Street. 

\|ONEY TO LOAN-WE HAVE lUE FoL 
lowlns smountt for first mortgaae on 
approved aecurlty. ISOO: I6S0: noo: ii.ooo 

BuHdlne **" • 



-tlOBmaoiTB-SBE US FOR BICYCLES. 
_s» Joycycles, wagons, scooters, doll car- 
wJtf. • ',?'''""'J"' «'rplane sets, foot- 

roller skatea. sames. stc. Our selec- 

^l^;^^***. ow». Colonist Phone E 8313 

40L 



STOVER AND BANOB8 
/ 1IRCULATOR HBATRR. •'UiOUMr^- 




J .'ECZEMA. 
^ Plies. 



ITCH, IMPETICO. ULCERS. 

150. Govt, aw's^';^:yry' 



TTtANOT 
r noekt 



noekttos. Me. 



ORRIBTMAB GIFT 
Frltchard t. 1339 Govt. 



WHO WEAR 
a new pair 



TTPLANDS GOLF CLUB 
»;v»> ''--,e TickeU, 
B0I3I. E97S0. 



NEW 

ta.oo. 



YEAR 8 

Phone 



UmiBT DRIVE, W.A. 
Laaion. Pro Patrla 
6:10 n.m. 

two n.N 

ehlcksas. 



TO CANADIAN 
_ Braaah. Friday 

63.1 Courtney. Priaaa: Tva It 

and two II. and 

Admltalon 35c. 



IS WANTED— MALE HELP 

THB IW TERN ATIONAI, corrkspoHDINCE 
W9BOOUS Canadian Llmltta 
300 COURSES 
JOHN WOOD. AGENT 
709 Yates St Phone O 007.S; Re.s E 9178 



room, srtth 

fal 

coioafst. 



MILKS On Monday. December It. St the 
tsailly residence, mo Bhakespoare Street. 
Lulu Alice Milet, aosd tweniy-lwo years, 
bolaved daushter of Mr. and MrK Wll- 
jr. kOlos The Iste Miss Miles wai 
In Nelson. BC. and had resided 
here for eight years Bhe bi survived hv 
her parents and a brother. Blllle. at 
home one sl.»ter. Mrs Fred Parfitt, of 
nuncnn. BC. and a brother. Potor. in 
Vancouver. B C. 

•The remains are roattns at MeCall 
.Punerol Rome, and the funeral 
will take pisce on Wednesday afternoon 
irotn Emmanuel Baptist Chiirrh at ? 
o clock Rev Dr A Imrie ulll rnnducl Twenty 
the aervlce. after which Interment will be 
■"Al^At Row Bay Osmaloty. 

ammm papors al aam aapy.) 



^yANTED 



ds:ry 



YOUTH OR MAN FOR 
Apply I3:i0 MrNaIr Street. 



14 WANTBD-riMALI HELP 



flTKL OR WOMARTO A88IST WITK 
^ * hoosowork. No children. Board and 



ramunoratlasi. Apply. 

ttatiaa. fan ■ partlaalata. to Bob «m. 



MRS. NORUAR 
Immediately. 

Scotch 



T ARROW REQUIRES 
thoroushlv eotnpeteni 
or English ho i.se-parlormald. not 
over thirty-eight, must have nr>t-ela.ss 
refereneet. Apply by letter only, sivlns 
full partlealars, to Mt vmM Bay Raad 



■ r - . -^* his homo, MM Hoath Drive 
wirnl!??' a?" I>e»">*»sr 16, 1933. John 
William Moore, aaed el«hty-slg years 
brrrn In New Orleans and a retldent ol 
Victoria and surrouiidlne dIatrlcU for a 
parlod of seventy nve years. He was the 
eldest son of the lata Csptein and Mrs 
W till am Moore, and for leveral years 
Mparsor an hia fathers boat. 
mrram in tho ssme capacity in 
tarvlce of the CPR and CPN 
— to survived by hit widow, at home 
.adapted ton. Charlet Moore O'Nell 
a sitter. Mrt H Meyer. Berkeley. Cali- 
fornia, a nephew. Captain W. H Meyer 
af the 8a. Maripoaa. and two nleom. 
Mra. U Graaa. Baa Franelaco. Cal , and 
M. Powort. Ternon. B C 



Mrt. 

Tho remains are retting at Harward's 
B O. Funeral Chapel, «he-e the funeral 
• III be held en Tueaday. Daconbor 19. at 

.'.^^.^e-nt r^to*««r.,ifi&ry 



aaa«o«a«oeo 
•aoaaaoaoaa 
•aaaaaaaooaos 
■aaaoaaa* 



tto 



ROOM 306. IIM DOUOLAB STBBBT 
Women and Otrto Wanlad Dally 
to Have Thoir Maty ~ — 

Hair Cut 

Marcel 

Finger Wave. Wet . 

Dried 

Plain Shampoo, Wet Itc 

Dried 35e 

■'i!L.T7Vi"*"'»- ^"k. RInaei and 

Bpoclal Bhampoo Frieet on Application 

V«RT NICE. BRIGHT HOME AND 
» porkei money offered aducatod slrl for 
help over Chrltunaa or lonser. B<n ssas 

Colonist 

i\TANTBD~BY JANUARY T.~FOR ONE 
mon th. eiperlencrd cook-general 
WiWPmis reaulraa. Bo» 4400. Colonist 

^ AOtNTS WANTED 

yOENTS 



GIVB SIGHT — THOftE 
slasses will apprenate 
mora than any other gift a practical 
gift, useful alwaya. See Joseph Roae 
Opt D . graduate registered optometrist. 
ini3 Onvernnwiit Street Phone E 8014 

/ IIOANTIC, COLOSSAL SALE OF MANU 
VI tacturers tamplea. at 313 Sayward 
Bids Such barsalna as 6f.00 pen and 
pencil Ms. Toss. Miysltles. loathsr 

iro.Ki'. Umltad Mack. Rarryt 

HIGH QUALITY FTBH AND~'cHIP8. 
fresh fried, quick service Orders, 20c. 
30c Take hdme orders from ISc Gel 
them at Rrltlsh p-lsh A ChU's. 1316 Broad 

IIOME MADE CHRi.STMA.S CAKES. 50C 
-a I lb Oordon Howard. O 887". for sample 

MENS LEATHER COATS LOWEST 
prices In town Prltchard s. 1330 Oovt, 

MEN WHY OO BALD? THE HARPER 
Method stops falUns hair. E 4938 

MCLEAN S BAKERY - TWO STORES - 
1304 Douslss. 1 010 Pandora. 



A LL TOUR TRASH WILL BRING 

. ' . • ""^'^ bottles, also 



YOi: 

•loves, furniture or~'anythfng"' eLse '°w'e 
O srden 'sTs" 



piANCY UMBRELLA 

iM. 



HANDLES AND 
1«U Dons 



/ 1IRCULATTNO HEATER. 
122. 3118 Harriet Rosd. 

L-'OR SALE A KITCHEN ANNiorHiAT- 
« er. used five months. BWt6. 



— r — z — -<ue collections 
VldlMl pieces bOUSht. Phone E 0342 
|nr write Lewis Bslley, 921 Fort 



Csll 

Street. 



I y ANTED — A GOOD CABIN 
»y Most be chesp for csth. 
Ootonlst. 



TRUNK. 
4609. 



ILL BUY GOOD-BtSBD 

orse. Phone O 4to1. 



ROOKING 



\n 



\„ THE GABLES'- 

PARTMENT now avaUsfetoJ maMalrs 
garase. Corner FsrtHd iSSw?^ 



ATTRAcnvi aom, furnibrxd or 
unfumlshad. ado jindsn s^?^ °" 

■**-w at., n swly dooorated. E4932. 04977 



OOM ACCORD. 046 FRDICBSS^^OMPY 
■a* homey gultes; central: low rent - - 



O 0180 

T>ELWIL APT8 -CLEAN, CHEAP. TWO^ 
JL» room suite, furnished, gas G 0330 
/^OMPORTABLE THREE AND FOUR: 
'e,teT'"r:S:irbTl^ ^IVIT 



^ — half.mllo alsala 
January 8 ll.^_7S8Klwlli2d: 
L-'OR RBMT - TWO-RodiS" 

aj^^*^ »»• lato ana aaraaa." 

piVE^Ro^i modern" bungalow: 

A sood condlMon: ssrase: clots trana 
portati on. Mode rate rent e»«? 

I^-^AIRFIBLD, 0I«iaB~IN^PodRli0OIC 
o '""^ aaraaa/ 



F"u',SS^ **22^" BUNGALOW. lltT 
tide caT^ Dupplln. end Burn- 



FOUR ROOM8. 

bath, atty 
>>- PemfeorSn 

O 8134. 



CORAL COURT— IDBAL HOME. HEATED 
._ ovary oamtortt haaatUai rt.. 



piouR-RooM aum, clobb in. 

Sd*5:s'5'n?.iva,.'^"'*-' 

qiWO RO0R.ROOM BinTBB. with 
■L aaw: aaah iu.00. Rsar RIMi 

R. ROUUUfD 



NEAR 
range 



Ltd 



'po 
-I 2 



TIOU8B TO RENT. 3648 PRIOR BT~« 

'•ooms. b asament an d garage t s283. 

MODBIM BUNGALOW. 
^ open fireplace. t,u :i 
water, sarace: loveiv >. •,■ 
ft Bon. Ltd.. 825 Port 81 

OBVBN ROOMS, PAIRRBST 133 SO 
North Quadra, walklns disuiee nsT^ 

fern Street, tW.OO. Roscvesr * Gordon 
110 Union BIda. Phone G 8041. 

«.!*5'*7"~*-''°°*' COTTAOE, 115? 
^2965 Cedsr Hill Road O 3(lio 

Ori*^ MBARB ST . FOUR ROOMS. IN- 
•'♦'^ cludlns water. (B: 3116 Delta St.. 
three rooma. modern. 110: 918 Pandora 
Ave , five r<»«a. eonvonient to ci^T m* 

,,,, I- BROWR * BON8. LTD • 
11 UJBroad Btrsot^ _ Phone 0 7I7I 

-I i>»>»> LYALL BTREET. EWQIUMALT : 

G 38«. ' *ster. 

«3 ^ULTRY AND LIVESTOCK 

•SA P()IJ.TRY^llND"aDm!lB8^"' 

ts.oo UP 

m. 0 0767. 



BREEDING COOKBRBLS PROM 

a. l„ janaa. F.a loR 



F°" fl»?J?OMFpRT TRY 



era.e''ren^'^4jr ""^ 



V^ry mod 



Ij^AiRPiBU) COURT — ma-Rooiiim 

suite. Apply. 10 BiishhyBtalr^^" 



HUMBOLDT ARRl — 
looms, hcatedl 
Jarvls. O 0129. 



HAMPTON 
apartments, tlttlna 

nd one nr " ' " 



In. 



COURT - ORPORRiaHBD 
,„ • •i"«M-'Oom, dialna-room 
two bedrooms. ONU. 

ittARlNE CHALEt7~OAK BAY - VIc'- 
'or'» » finest furnished kitchenette 
apartmenu, steam heat electric refrlsera- 
lon Hoar beach, . ,»r line, eolf links, 
bpeclrt rates to permanent tenante. B 41m! 




SALE ONE FRESH OOW, 

* iHK 3 k'ltlloiis Three bro^lM 
Apply J. Mycock, Elk Laka. 

OOATB 

l^-^OUR HORNLESS BANNBH "gOATb'. 

* warranted, all bred. — 

lot Sannen back tar 
3107 Sheiboamo BtraaT 



TtfAYFAIR APARTMENTB — MODBRN 
suite vacant January I. Prlsldalrs 

Phones. E 9730-E013I. 



etc 



167 .^0 PER MONTH 
/^AK BAY APARTMENTS— THRBR. 

^ ' room, well heated: fully tamlak^ 
aolto. Ororlooklnc wslw; alMMa 



raaaa aad rtfrlaeratlon. 
THB ROTAL TltUBT OO 



E4I38 



Dooa 



«SP 



T*0810N PUPPIES POR BALB. 

nice Christtrns present. Aa»|y aw 
Oorse Ro ad Phone O 3253 

/COUGAR HOUND PUPS. REDBOnI 

year-old Redbons. eoao-haaad doa Fh^a 
1!?" .MountJHsKwJf^os^ 
rjOOS JWARMD-QUANDALLA KEN 
P'lfc^'ttM'-Mllo Rill, can handle you 



doa for 
sonablo. 



tho Xmas holiday Rates 



your 
rea- 



41 



■OOM AND BOABD 



ARE YOU LOOKING POR COMFORT- 
» able home' 710 l inden, nesr Rocklsnd 



A VACANCY AT "SURNTBRAX.' 

J^'^S" comfortable rooms; board 
tionaU Homo cooklns: eseopttao^ 
rates. M6 Burdett Avenue 



op- 
low 



" A BERDEEN," 941 McCLURF REASON 
sble Fall and winter rate.s OOUl 

905 COOK— 
E 5835. 



^T FIRWOOD IXJDOE. 



Select room and board 



]>ANC.E AND FURNACE RXFAIRS A 
IV^^specialty. BO. Rardwars. 718 Ton 



V^MAIX MeCLARY RANGE WITH WARM 
' .ng closet and waterfront, only 135 00 
Carter g Stove Store. 633 ftort Bt. 



00 

B1611 



■tnOBtAARROOB 



tJAWB. ALL KINDR, FILBD, St 

^."""""•l- »tc Phone W. Btoory. 1587 
Olsdtlone Avenue <«<>i 



I>OaTAaE STAMP COI LECTORS A 
foreign postage stamp from a coffee 
or tes-producing country will be found In 
the l ib pa.ket of Jameson's OoCfao 

Grocers sell 11 



LJQUARE DEAL BHOB REPAIRS WHttE 

_ '°,",,!;*li' •!!•• J Msnton. 

1334 Broad Btreet, opp. Whltney't. 



prop 



kJEB OUB WINDOWa-BBAUTXPUL EHO 



M FOB BALS-MUCiLLAIIIOOS 



OBLAT MBAR8 DIBAPPOXRTiaarr 
aoisct Tour 



Ws atOI Bava Many Boautifal 
to Ohaeso n-om 

THE COIXiNIST 
En.rsvln..^gjjgj,jjgjjo,kfc^^ 



40X 



A OBLOO BLBCTRIO. AUTOMATIC, DU- 

iiih i55:--n shallow well, 

witn isft-callon compression tank TTils 

pump cort MOO and has nev. r been use^ 
.1,^1- ' '*'''? '""^ O' dairy use. or 

Quired'" a'. »"k*""' >» 

?t K * 'J" same. 

It will be sold at a Isrte sacrifice. Photie 

E 9988. or wrlle Box 4006, ColonlSt " 



A 8MALL ELECTRIC AIR COMPREfi 
« SOT, ^4-h.p. tuttable for garage or 

?h^V5."4^'^"»_-«^' 

A PPLBS— CHOICE KINGS AND BOS- 
^» coop Rinset. Mr per bo«, at farm 
Brins conuiner. Delivery estrs. Tanner 
Bros , Tsnner Rosd. Kestlns 3t 



/ IHERRV BANK. PRIVATE HOTEL 
Raw s >2 00 dally. 113.50 weekly, 665.00 
monthly and up. Inclttdlns aU mMls Five 
minutM from centre of city. Jsrsty milk 
and farm produce from pronristor'a own 
farm AI8 Quadra St. G Olto 



•/^RAIOMVLr' - PATIRO OUBBTSi 
moderate. 1017 Oralddarrach. oooai 



nOMFORTABLB ROOM ARD BOARD 
y_ for ona ar^two aantlam as. tti OnUrio 

f^OOn BOARD ARD 
^ • fortable private 
trict. Phone E 0098. 



■OOM n OOM- 



T TOME-LIKE, EXCLUSIVE. MODBRR 
J AVery low rates. Fslrfield. eloao la. B OMo' 

kJJUPERIOR HOME, TWO BUSfRRiS 
._"'^'"' '"«• «■«>«. »3» month. Bto37. 



OAKBB,' 



UM 



ROCKLAND AVE 
E 0443 



BUILOINO MATEBIALa 



40A 

pLEAR BPRUCB AND CEDAR ~ LOW 
prices Dalaisl B..s co o 1433 



RBDUCBD 
TTIGB-GRADB tX ARD «X. 

Aj. Bo* Co.. G iiaa. 



L^el? .'^w" PURPOSE 
ton%!LS2f«S^ Vh Moors-Whittins 

ton L4Ha>ar Oa.. IM. otaii or a 3911 



\ WINTBR PURL BARGAIN— ^ TON 
f'or t3""o mTbV ■"IMwood, dsUvsred 

A ''^^■^■"^^W'RSrBTcTlsr^A 
box dsllvarsd. R am 

T3IG VALUES IN "CHRYSANTHEM^TMS 

Stell 77, Public Market 
flower plants. 



Webb a. 
Alao ttrcMis wall- 



1 »EAUTIFUL 

' ' tins, and 



MARQUISE DMMONI) 
innoH - seroral sincls-stene d s 

Bni^ aZi'.""^ ?• .i?"***"* "fused 
Bos 4401, Cokmlst. 



rnHB 

'*fl?*.M?J»d. t35.00 monthly 

•qniE OROVB." 006 BANK. E .^853 WITH 
A. or without meals Oak Bav car 

111'' Mckenzie st - comfortable 
' 1 I w home, aood board, naarvar. B 0663. 



TJOCKLAND AVENUB-SPACIOUS FIVE 
s s room iinfurulthod aulte. In duplex, 
contalnins livlns-room with sas mantel 
inlng-room. kitchenette with aaa range 

«V2?.°'''Ph'*ii5'ffab.*"'*''"'''' oil 



heat: 



C^AVOT MARMORA - FURNISHED OR 
unfumlshad^ suites, one or two bed- 
rooms, electric kitchen, both. O oSa 



SCOTT APT8 COMF«ORTABI.E ROOMY 
sultss. Reawii. l>le rates. E63II. 



BEVERLEY HOTEL APARTMBNTB 
724 Yates Stroot. 
-7I9U Oasr to 



rnwo LARGE OIL BURNKR8 sopplf aw 

^ tulles, bedrooms snd housekoonlna 
rooms with an abundance of heat and 
•^f"'*'"'' »nd unfurnlahed ai 
resaonablo rates Free p.is. light 
phono, slsvater. Lsrse 



PRORB BM14 



water 

comfy lounge, 

J. A. GRIFFITH, Prop 



/^IVE THEM A PUP FOR CHRISTMAi 
2." Heamilul Srottle and WIre-Halred 
Terriers at the Secnrd Kennels. 3287 Quad- 
ra Street Puns kepi f<jr Chrlslmas 



^ IIVE 



PUPPY FOR 



A PEKINGESE 
ChrlstauM: 
a 15N or R 0100, 

pUPPIBS FOR XMAS ~ VERY MM filk 

3 lection In now Cairna, wlrea, aosksrs. 

Dandies, Pekingese, Pomeranians, Sealy- 
hanis Also cheap pupa for children's 
pets_IVl Shop, 1413 Douslat PhOne G 8711. 



JJCOTCH TERRIER PUPPIES. 

>^ three-<iiiarler billiard table 
exchanr 



KPRINUER 
tlOOO 



liduli rv 
SPANIEL 



Phone 



ALSO 

Bell or 
O 3363. 



Victoria 



PUPPIBB 

up. Docland TinnalB_ RJL L 

Phone G77M. * 



WANTED 
I 



puppy. 



axx 



HEAUTIFUL 
delivered 

Ihellt 



ROUOH-; 
O 7936. 



MtaOBIXARBOm 



aiNGIRO OANARIBS. 13. 
Lake Rm!S."R.£"V' 



T"".. ^t-WORTR - ATTRACTIVF 

A_s«Utes; alw ays w rmijis up e -092 
T TNFURNIBRXD APARTMENT - ROCK 

» .J^i *»enue, tpsclous live-room un- 
furnlthed suite In duplex, conUln"ng 

s^t'^? ;^ir WsdV^m™ 

ll'^ARM. UNPURRIBRBD PLAT, POUR 
oIsitT""*' •'•^ »"! »W »0 

»> AND 3~RdOMS, HBATRD. MO^RN 
^ 13S Cook at G 100/. 



camoaun.' halBwaaa- '■■ 



49 

40A 



BOOMS TO Bm 



H®^?-J'^"^* 9fl7°*^ Girrs -acouT 



rpHERB ARE NOT MANY DAY8 LEFT 
^ to order your personal Christmas and 

UM toSSi.""*"* *** 

TRB OCft^ORWr 



Bacravlnc. X4thatraphlnc. 

istl Braad Stiaal 



THE CHALET, 
months 



DEEP COVE WINTER 



phone 
dsys. 



■""aJdnA'lSS *ri' ■RTjffify^ if' 

at HsaaL 



SIDNEY SPEEDY SERVICB 
^•'litoi'^iS.VJKr"!?* flooring and 

M^s'jssrst.-.faass 

OOM to aM Bsa 

■UMBT LOMBBR 

Phone 0 3S1S 



Rarvatns 

CO . LIMITED 
2118 Oov I Street 



teleacopea. tl 00; monoculars. II .^o 
^"' '■'•'I'nk slasses. Jl 00 Oordon 
8haw. Optician. 105 Woolworlh Building 

IJEAUTlFUL MINK^ CHOKER. LIKE 
«""»''le as Xmas gift, cott ISO 
Will sell (or $10 Phone (1 2330 

I^OOK OF KNOWUEDGB. TWBHTT VWi^ 

PhanS^-irft* 



I*ART RUOOT, WICKER, 
^^^J|«»t candMlon, 110 .50 

B 



IN 

121 



EXCBL- 
Meny.les 



ABY 

new. 



BUGGY. 

storm rn. 



ENCIMHII flou 

■r> 11' (1 



AS 



• 1 -to— FOOT TROURLBB. IMMEDIATE 

• I roUf in Mto *»--d b, j,.„,p. 



4M CI.OTBIN0. PCRB. 

/ I ENUINE 8ILV 
vl the 

8>. Bay 
I 



DOORS. 



ulttlve ms 
Stobart Bids 



» . "S.**" nrTRooooiRd 

r.r-^iTl-.''!L?*"'* proposition. Beory 



2IA H tlin>KKssH{s AND 
BtAl rV srK( 1ALINT8 

A VBRY ATTRACTIVE AND^LABTINa 

Also a aelesttos Of atft taUotnaa 



13.00. 



not BOARFB MAtCF 

v^nriBimas gift, tso 00 and 

trsr pv> .''RTj^h!^"7?6 v:a rv"-'*^" 



I I A.NT>SOMR 
' a Colonist. 




T>OOKS ARE BFftT Ff )H (UPTP niQ 

■ » bargains ai the Book Nook 73<l fr.rt 

■ SABYS Pl-LL BIZED CRIB, SPRING 
• » and mattress complete. PhMM B 



/ 1HRI8TMA8 TREE ORDERS TAKER: 
an ^ 'V!^2,■^'^••i «»"i""<l Nice trees. 

an Slass. low Gladstone K 3848 
r^ROD'B KINOEROARTEN SET AND 

nin. 7« 'J m«>"lng or eve- 

nine, 718 Prlncam Avenue 

/ ■•EDAR PrNCEFOSTB 7 n LONG lOc 
2_ efh Pree delivery E 8535 

/ '•KRISTMAf TREES-ORDER HOW~|,; 

^ to 50c. delivered. Phone E rm 



fVRRIBBBD 

ALBANY H(>Tn^ iniHoOviRNMBNl 
^ Rooms. ta.00 wsok api h an d c water 

1>EFORB DRCIDINO ON WINTER AC^ 

Devonshire House. 7J3 Port Street Num- 

"Ty r,li'J?'T.V,'"^ and cold watir to 
every roorn. dally room sorTleai Warm and 
comlorjable Very lowjPlnter rateT 

l^-»OR RENT iArgE ~FRONT BED- 
« room, with use of kitchen: lulUble for 
elderly couple or invsUd; on car line, res- 
tonable rent 3507 Richmond Rfl«d 

g"P^ " Wd BANK. E 8083 WITH 
A. ar RMBaat n walA Oak Bay ear 



las.M 1 

3 -ROOM URFURRinOD BOITR. 
elooe to town, for fwmtilato rmiT 

THE ROYAI. TRUBT CO 



I / < UARARTRRD BIROBR OANARIBB. M> 
\\ \ two, SB.M. thras, 16, PMMMk 
Aviaries. 1316 Pinlayson. B lOdi, ^'^^ 

/ JUARANTBXD aiNOBR~C 
^ » two. 15 50: three, is 
larl 

/ < ENUINE 
^ > E 3578 

I »OULTRYMEN AND 

* member the auction sals of tmulirv 
lows. etc.. on Thursday, December 21 ai 
Lansford. cmnmencins 1:M, McPhsrson. 
Itvetiock aucUonoor. ^ 



Ml 

,„. „ , Flatoyaoa Ar- 

1318 Finlayaon R 1980. 

ROLLER ~ CANARXaT 

3500 Douslss atraot. 



S5 



AUTQMOBILBg 



FOR 



M 



HOUSES TO REfTT 



ATTRACTIVE HOUSES 
MODERATE RENTALS 

\ rrw sT. phonf: r 4181 



COVERBO TRAILER. BUITABLB 
^^^^^oamplM. 1017 Maatarrr Ars. 

RADiAToaa AND fendebT'"'*^ 

AUTO RADIATOR. BODY ANlTpRROBIt 
apjaiaiista. Workmanship that aaaaal 
aa ssosilod. 

BCnOESS BROS. 
1200 Quadra Bireet E mptrs Ott 

A^^V!^ AT CAMBROH RRoi;; 
^^^a«0 OralcBawor Road. Ollf Oamaraa. 

"A POtMtAtir*" 



i 1(H) 
A 



PATRICK BTREET 
r' o- 1 mo-lern house. 690.00. 



SEVEN 



Rich 

Avenue 



PCRNISRXD 

~PoiRnnuD.~ 



'J'JL\T"'JK.A«>A!!.. •_I5i> buy 

" AH If 

I f-^)R 
ERSK 
DURANT 

Wa onot 



TWO 



BED- 
tar 
1st one 



TR B Hotel douolab 

TB pPTBRIRO BXTREMELV LOW RATES 

A far traaalont and porma— ' ^Zll? 
t osa wu aa tavitod 

JAMES BAY, 589 
•' furnished, warm 
E 4785 



TORONTO, WELL- 
rooms. kitchenette 



"f^ICTORIA'S PAMII.T 

Ritei tl and OR 
HOTBL oaeiL 

Blaaehara at ^afeRaSB 



1242 »^?^«*gR. BOARD OmoR. 
-l^r*^ alt alsa h aam a ssa B M sttos. Bttu 



M 



BIA 



BOOMS 
10 BKNT 



{ OARDBN TOOI>| AND 

... .J^ haamhold sffectt Phone a «M>. 
aftemsmia. lOlS Clare street 



aOXXRO OAT 

N CO 

Phone O 4434 
Uaed Parnltort 



OLABB 



'INDERS 

for r-x 



r>OT BLB LOAD. 66 
■ Tdena. toll. O 



/ ^INDERit. SOIL. OLAT. 
^ manure R. Vye. 1700 



T/LRurRid~ waMnNTi 
' * nmt, av Mm «wk ar 




511 

i''<)R «<*l ► .Hill 

tarwisflina^ 



AT ai3 

rent.*"''^ aO caaronlonaos: 



Low 



AT 030 COLUNSON. CLEAR, 
homolike rooms: close In; 



RRWLY DROQRATK). 

Whitby. 734 ~ 



CbBAR. 




( 10MFORTABLB. POUR-ROOM oomoi 

on seafr , • Crescent Road. 

I I^-^IVE-HOOM PAfULY PURNISMKD RUN- 
; ^ "to w, 35W Graham Bt. PhOM O M07. 

I URrURNIHRIU 

I 1309 JOHNSON ST. 7 ROOMS. tKK.r, 
.. '■ondlilon now vacant iitnn 
1411 HARRI!V)N ST. walking dls 

tance of town t-s rooms 
1480 TAUNTON ST . 7 rooms .TrMe 

SOS BEIXIRK AVE . 6 rooms. 3 bed- 

T« r-aJ^^ki* ,■'"«• furnsee MOO 
TO responsible tenants we will give the 

second and third montha reht free la 
of thOM heasos. 



~ — as oaaaaaaaa s 



600 TatOS 



00 . LTD 

Phone E 3541 



II 50 



any 



A tOR. too. 



oai34 



to RrvT 
ORfVRNISHED 




furnsee and 

'•' i'lL' « 1 8 00 

Drire, Oak Ray " 10 00 
•. oak Bay, lBmaSi^..T. mm 
t. Fairfield, sleas ta: fnmaco 

and saraas mm 

Hollywood Creacont: 
. _ "■es and oaraoe ... 
6 R oom a. Rew tineeo. oak Bay 

6 Rooma. Aaihaasador Apta.; j 

attraattf* m.m 



A 4-TON PACKARD ENOfNE AND 4. 
;f» apeed Iraaarolailon, 1150 Dodse. 
Ortiham truck. I'i-ton, dual tlrea. t4»0. 
1030 Pord closed delivery body. OOOL 
Chrysler model .50 ' sedan body. CRUIOM 
3-ton chassis inewi. I5M. " '" 

We have tpare parts for the folic 
late model cars In stock: 1934-30 Buk 
Cadillac. Chevrolet. Chrysler, Dodat. Esosfr 
f^'}. '"^''^ Hudson. Rapmohdo. 

.leweit. Psige. pontlac. Rao. atadohakat. 
Wlllvt-Knlshl: al-o a large a * 
truck parte S ti nre*. aU 
tsrlss, ssnsratora. turura 

FAOmO ABTO 
•37 Tlav atraot 



■aartoioStaB 



fur 



38 00 

35 no 



A LL RAROAIRS- WB ARB HOW WRBOT- 
^» Ing 19*7 LISht 6 Nash. I0J4 Big S 
Nash. 1025 Star. 1924 Dodse and 19Ji 
Willys Knight, and have all parts for tale 
32 » S Budd flisr » heelt for truckt. 33 s 0 
tire,, en.ine, 110 00 up. 1»M CUSOIsnd 4- 
Door S^an ready to io with llrenre for sll 
Of 1934 -This car la a Bma£ 6 sad in s<vh1 
averase thape, 4-wh«*l brakes and balloon 
i res, only 198 Wai.ied. is'e r,u«i.| cam 
for wrecking 

ra^nSCAMBROR AUTO PARTS 
I Tisv mm Phone E 0033 



/ 'HANDI ER SEDAN -A fine m a 1 

> rr,on-,rear f>r«t rlaaa condition. ^TYtlti 

CHEVROLrr COACH- One of Hlo 
running little cart yo« have ever 



1175 



a. A. OATB, vm. 



•tV)R SALE PORD 
ian.'e^''^^'^^ 



TRUCK. nuM 
.traasmiaaien: 




t - - 



;3» — 



THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTDRIA. B.C. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10. 1933 



IP? 




A Mart for Biisy Readers-^Property for Sale or Trade 




•Ou»e. with rumble w.i .n 

BKltVIClr QAJUM 
1001 HIini»l,arO Slrm ^™ 



l.-'ORI) Model -A" 
* COACH 



POPtnjUl CAR 

$245.00 

• Mnfui 



JONE.1 BiUJS 
y»t«« and Qii.dr* 



tftmot^ MB. 



"nVJR KA1,1<J hxjlt i AH OH B<JAT 

> rhMp lor <»,r, 803 UoutU. SlrMt. 
I I l'l)e<)N C:<.ACH. IN HEAL (»<«)!> CON 
dlllttii. n-, Phon* E M».t 

I lOHT 1»27 CHANDLER TRUCK. Al 
conditi...,. i.%o eo c*sh Phone O UM 



To Out-of-Town 

Subscribers 



Out of town »ul)»criljcr» who 
v/isli ti) dn>wfr ailvf rtiscmriits 
In wliicl) only tlu- 'rlf-phnne 
liiiinbrr of thr arlvc rti -.ti i-, ^;i\fn 
may null thcir replies to The 

Coloni^t, and The ColonUt will 
coinmuiiicat* Meh NfUM lo 

adTcrtiscr. 



• ■OOS lg rOE SAtB 



SELL yot K ( AH 

»M YKif, (J 



_ _ jdayh be«'i buy 

DODOE BPDm IfjCKINfl. in rtTlMllT 

nne cQjidlUor. (,rr«i car* haa kM« 
Kiven thu car bjr previoui owner Bmal) 
mL^ *!l!llf*' o"«'n»I flnUh a> 

ni«t«n. today s best SSak 

^ vivo 

_ M»ny Uthrra 



IS PBOrESHlONAL DUUCCTOBY 



MASIIKrR 

C CRYSTAL UARDXN HYDRO — hT"VOC-- 
J Wait«a. ■ tiwt aMnieal. Iwadiata 
'iiMl U>trap7. Houri. 

t. Bam. udr 



Hrad Ofnc* 

DAIRT 

Y BOl 1 nvE MILES 




OUT, )u<! ,,(( 
P»K-d road Ihlrlmi acrej. i.raii, 
111 uudrr I'.iltivatiuii mod toll. Modetii 
baiii for tfii or nuirr head, eii 
^paraior hou(e. plageiy. poultry 



rjr, 




OITEOFATHIC PHY.HirM.NS 



VBWOM B TAYLOR, 
JBd Ucenacd. 4M.1.« 

nMOa Smpiraraas. 



IIS- 



AMD MTOISH 
rbctUBatlsm. rrdiiin wtlnhl. 



MABBAOE 



Berkr 



Mrtri'iMilitan HM^ , 



BJCJ4 

E. Van 

uppoalta P O. 



fOR BHD OP TIAlt 



''''.Coup*, runbto Mat 




14* 



$395 



01U1 



76 EXCIIANQ 



'An 



A P»AmiE FARM WANTED RED 
pa«r. Calaary or South Edmonton pre- 
ferred Win trade JO arrr» (no buildln»a), 
nearly all under cultlvaiion. 10 mllea from 
Victoria. Saanlch DlatrlcU rich MMk i«ftm: 
value tl.OOO R«b«rt OfaHt amTwI 
Sajward Bulldinc. TletOTtlT ^ 



■I HE MOTOR HOUSE (VICTOIUA), LTD 



ROCKNS SaDAN. 1131. 

DC LUXE 8CDAM. 



< HEVR(JL£T 
MlVtL. XVU. 



$51)5 
$865 

2W - •—^-rWAr^i 



ii Mm 



IMWnc 



A Ul 
lOATEt 
to a Barfain Than the 
-■■ Price! 
t-erwUNDM PORO TOIXMI. •seallent 

appearance. TtH ' ^_ 

rconomr You CM't aitUk* the quallT 
lias of a V-B 

■•dur^d prirp . ^>dU 
NATIONAL MOTOR OO., fcTD. 



MOTOK CO.. LTD. 
nOAN. In toed 

M *.>i>. 



$495 



EX CHANGE 

/ 1L06B TO OAK 4AY-aMHUf«l np-to- 
^ '' the-mlnuta aaiaaM km>aai.>_ «... 



■.ryaraiur nou(e, plageiy. poultry ttimitl 
UwelUnc ot aavM reonu, plumbtac. A 

tonw $O0W) 

MOLVBT AMB ffWOTT MIUMt 

(JAANICH. about tweWa mllM eat — 
>^ nttrrii aiiFi of (enllv aiopins IkaA; 
eiitu acrea under cultlvatiM: two acrea 
in loeana aM« Inilt INM: about two aeraa 
uf bottom iMMl lenottth to ralae alias* 
for a few cowa); balanre of Ucd lovKcd 
off: etumpa blown, readv i . i..- i.ulied at 
■mall cost Comfortable bum mow of four 
lariie roo:n« aUo a Kii.allci rotlace. bart> 
»iid outbuildmaa Never - faillna lupply 
of water. Thu property taeoa weat 
and couMMU s Am eaUaok. Tba Und U 
eieellent— ptoaty of Molatata. A man who 
undartlands -hin buslneu should make a 
nice llvlnc off tlil.^ place. Tlie *"'-'/Wl 
price, on termj, u only HN)t)lW| 
4 CHEAP FARM, in A( a jut 

a^ eleven acres under luluvauoii. red 
loam, and five acrea of bottom land — not 
cleared, balance rocky Parmhouic of six 
ra«mi, bam and outkiiildlna*. PmbIIi 
orchard Qood m%Ut mMp. NIm dU- 
trict, twelve milM wit, oa cood road 
Prlea. on term*. r\i\ 
U only i^l'Aiy) 

OAK BAY BUNOAIXJW 
9Ay\(\L\ ^"^3 BRAND NEW STUCCO 

<Vw\J\3 BUNOALOW, alx rooma on 
mvad neor. spM* la atUe for tve irorc 
OJrt floora. bot-waUr bootlnc. tltod ilnk, 
Plato tiaaa window In llvlnc -room Extra 
larta lot with flnt oak trees ( lo.sp to 

'•i'•.^£r..•!^!^"".''....$45oo 

M OBVMMMBt «, O 4119 



rooma. SeparaU ■tnoeo tarMO. 
owner t4.400 three yeari M& 
ll.aOO. Owner will accept 
equttr, or consider eidwaM, 



Cost 
tor 



BISHOP A 
»7t TaUa St. 



«, LTD. 
niOM BIMl 



- VOR KZCHANOE 
XlMOHT ACXB OP GOOD LAND mo^Uy 
11 c«lU»atad: runnlna stream 

J"* 1**^ Five-room eotUie. barn, 
chicken house, larace. city water and 
electric llcht. SltuaU on main road. 
Sl^r.*° "H** """i I1.000: dear tItU 

Will rzehanse for taouao o( oquai value 
In Saanlch, cloao I* dty. 
JOHN 



Banfc of ToToaU »Me.. MM DoiwUt gt 
I^^zAkAJlOB KX-HOOK TO08K. 

/•» »«» aerea or more. 

Coloalat. 



VIC- 
Box 



PXCHANOE LOT AND SUMMER CAJfP 
• ^ house on Florence Lake 



for boat. app. M ft. 



value two. 
Bos 4110. Colonist. 



COUNTRY 



SnU-BUNOALOW: modern convenl- 
•uccs: small orchail. rir bc.iutiiul 
Titw of lake, mountain and valleyai good 



Pemberton's 
Invite You to Inspoct Thtse 
New Heats We Arc OHeriu 

HEW COI.ONIAI. TVPt ■IM,\IUH 
2£J|S** g *"" Wdliia and painted 

z^*" ■ r— • l i Hr a w i. ur^r 
a^m-rmm wH» flropiaee. dinina- 

room a n-.od ■i/^. iii^d bi'Sroom, 
.iio-lr,,; V ;,,.„ fu.l , , „.,.i>t b.„ ;ne„l 

Scparalc saraae. Hoi wateh fifAT- 
WO. Lmeo lot with «, I i^w 

You must see 



NEW BOME or 

Oatctot. aooaiok X»wm '*^*"n t 4 
>« *r »Dm a and tba wmI Uriaa- 

rocma, all lane sixe This homo Is 
»«Ty substantially ronslructad. Built 
by one of the most reliable contractors 
In Victoria, who Is prepared to make 
^ ^'*'"«<-» before he leaves for 
the Old Cnuiitr> TW kaaw ie krand 
new. neve, ber,, u««tf la. Oamplete 
with all fiiiuies Quarter acre rrounds 
with unobstructed views. Make an 
early appointment to t1«w. The price 

$4,800 



IN 



TcL Bom 



OTUOOD BODU, BOILT IIM: » ACRBB. 
^JS}^ JMaeh. aaar omataaa Bap: pft 
13.000. Apply ut. Bartar. OhemVMSk 



$1 150 



Ml Talaa Bt. 



MOTOR CO., LTD. 



Q IIM 



-I'i-TON TRUCK. PDRD UODBL ■A.- 
• » speed tranamlaalon; alto rear con 
atruGUpn of Star l-ton truck Clarenci 
MMKMionn. Ollej Road. H H 1. Hoyal Oak 

IQOK DODGE OOUPE CAR." MOTOR 

IIM. Motor Inn, 7je Yates < 

Hntel '1 ir.'.M 



P* 

Dominion 



Victoria Aiito Wn&mSrlkl^SStmiMt 



Btroel. B M44. 



fM TOOR OARI LET US 8XU. 
^ »*• Bmpreae Oarace. eis Gov't. B HJJ 

TT*?* ^CABS WAMTED rOR CASH 
«. ."••'i' "••^ •Id parts for saie 

Western Auto Wreokera. 10«t ppct Btt oet. 



poUR-ROOM SDNOALOW. HIGH BAAM- 
A leh location, and tl.OOO cash, far flilto 
modem Saaaleh bungalow, on hlah laa^ 
Uon and eloaa to tranaportation. 

Ij^XOBPnONAU.T OOOD 
BUNOALOW, oaa 
rash up " 
bunaalew, 

w. J. tn^tiiAm * OO 

1301 Broad St. q 574 i 



rriO(lAU.Y GOOD SIX ROOM 



- ON BAST TERMS. t3S0 

cash and balance on monthly 
payments buys larae four-room buncalow, 
Oak Bay Avenue. Perfect condition 
thrrvji hc^t See thU for today s beat buv 
|;»>~;ik(k OR NEAR OFFER— ON EASY 
l'^'f\f\t terms Five-room buncalow 
situated nicest block Richmond Avenue 
This la a lovely home and can be pur 
chased on very easy terms. 

$*}'7!\ii-^^X f<001d BUNGALOW, one 
— I.IU floor. Oak Bar. Throo Iwaly 
bedrooms. Two larie lota. Thia la a vary 
doalrabia home and terma eaa ka av' 

to suit. 

W. J. QUULAKD * OO. 

■t OITU 



NKW BMAU. rAMll V Bl NfiALOM'. 
situatad an a fine boulevarded street 
In Oak Bar whara tba Imprerament 
(■tea art aU paid for. Staaee con- 
struction with brick trim Contains 
4 bedrooms. Ilvlni. dlnlni. J bedrooms 
and bathroom on the main floor and 
Watalra. Hardwood floors. 
FvU oaaemant, furnace, larase. The 
doi'»„ nf this home is besutlful. Call 
" '1. office i.nd see the plan* and 
specincatlona We will be (lad to give 
roil all the information you want 
wttbout any abUcatlon. The rash r«- 
ouirod la ti.iM. aad ass^.m. i„oruaii( 

$3,500 

RITILDBBI OPBOBTONITT. 430-ft 
frontage ea MafMta BIraat, oak Bay 
witi. Ian* at foar. Oaa't M tbia kar- 

SMOe 



NabMlMftSon.Lld. 



LOVE'S LOTTERY ^1 



iy Kathannt Havtland 'Taylor 



CHAUBfc XXVI (Opened hi.s Ilp.s to (ipeak, but al»e 

ii-rry s iip« had twltclusd on tbejwent oa beXore be cotild uUcx • 
biicgest lie In hia truthful lift, but 



ClcUy. tXtHm Bt • 
of ii n cow nd noor, hed aol 

S3' 

"I 



strip 
the 



'^tlMU «M bad. " «he «tld ttaasAs- 
*bvt tt wasn't quite as bad as this: 



mothtr llBd to order you mi! of her 
house. I have lowd you an v way 
Aren't t vfii^ Ui 5 (all ofi ilie 
feud mid run oft to .sotnc pai'.on to- 
morrow lt<-Bll\ wlu-n I iriufm- 
bered that alfair oX /ouro, ClcUyl 
Arent yoM—VBrsnt yon, alMWtt 
"Ihit ievoladir yoHn Id vug case, 

Osuf ey . " 

He w.is pioiul ot It Ch il\ icHd It 
iM:eii ,<sh.- HWttkcncd in ttic tnoining 
af;ci but H frw tiniirs sleep. She 

psls. Osof- 
iKHjght that of hsr. aad the 




plaiuMd lo 



that brake 

He shook his head very definitely. 
"I— hops BOC" hs eonfssssd. -I pre- 
fer to ibcbM this UtUe— interlude— 
Bs elossd. ToH bavt laaroed ms, I 
have laainetf you— ws both kaev our 
wants— and Ifk over." 

Hr had done It well, he decided. 

"And imw I ko— " he Stated. 
"VVhr,, renyy iIm qMoNeBBd, 

brfHliaei.sly. 

-I think to BUT OMMdiBa fBDeb, 
my dear." 

She ross, not quite stwUUIjr. niisn 
It's ffoo4-bf»-^ aU tlmt, TwcyV 

"ftcHvo BM If I say— I want it to 
be." ("A bit more." h« tbOBfht, 
and ni— go to pieces! ') 



Benson tapped on her door later 
to tell her that Mr Field wa.s call- 
ing for her on the trl. pluiiif She 
answered loudly. alinoM Mridenly; 
"•You may tell Mr Fields. Benson. 

that I am not at bane, aod that I 
«» aem bo BftbMw to his eelir 

(T\B a* OoBtfemstf) 



»^ - , V, . y. TfMluslied heavily, to grow 

to get her to run off with ,,^.„k» »i.Ia ^ w 

you before she knew you and be- that of h 

. . Bre going to be very I cause you knew she wa.1 enough I i_*r 
happy, child— "• He did hope that, ! of u .sport to stick to you — even ^ 
c\en though the tbOUlM OC It put hatin yuh. hum?" 

'^^■w..!",' I Blanche laugbMl hMrttty. U^Uy. 

rv?^h, hTrH- 'h "'r?'""*' I^-'"^ ^ I bSStofWiykllthei 

VLL iii.*}"'^'* ^" • yars!" she said wonderlngly. 

. Geoffrey found Uiat it hurt; that 
Blanche's .scorn tuni She was 
lauRhlng over having loved hlni. 

<ii\, me a cigarette, big butter 
and eggs," she said casually, too 
lightly, "and run me down to 
Fourth Street, and ni leave you— 
with p l e a s u re and Dot one regret." 

*lbibMng It in, arent you, Blan- 
cheT" he questioned, bitterly. 

"I don't mean to," she answered 
"It don't matter that much, believe 1 
me, it don't, any more! " | 
In the morning .she would tell 
Harry that she would iiuiii> lum,' 
shf de<ided. She puffed deeply 
upon the cigarette Geoffrey had 

8h. .... ..w^„ |s;.«j-,^^^ 

•said, you will kiss me 

we r e had told her that she loved 
Harry. Funny, how years and liab 
Its of thinking blinded you. she re 
fleeted 



2 hat Body oj 
yours 



Br 




MODERN WEi 
of elcht root 



ST VANCOUVER HOME 
oocn*, on half acre of land 
scape garden with stream, overlooking 
city of Vsncouver, for a modern farm 
near Victoria Box 44»R Colonist 



IB nouses FOR BALE 



VOR RBm 

BAKB SHOP IN BBQt'IMALT. with 
tarjr sood oven. Rem moderate. 

B.a LAND Jb INVESTMENT 

AOENCY. LTD. 
033 Oovernmrnt St. 0 41IS 



Y°Vii2 unrBBT nie por 

A alaad> ■■ ■t i n t aaaa 




BOATS Aim BfOINES 



"I>IJAT LUMBER 

''ock; low prleaa 
VMptT pair, ahaped 



OBOAR. SPRUOB AND 



DAI 



O 1433. 



yjllWBSg DIRECTORT 
DTEINO A.SU CLBANINB 

\J 1m.rj.toe- tiO Ptet Bt. Ph«^ yj^. 
rMBr)s^ED RTATIONERI 

1 • I K H I A I loNERY Biooeeiro^ 

o . i or rn;„r. Th* Colonist 

<_:Mn£i,eM i,.i renting l>ept.. Q ardaii 5841 



mm mm ■ ~^~MW1H , 

MORTR QUADRA— CHOICE LOCATION 

RBWCBD PROM 14.000 to tS,3«0 
AtTRACTTVB, NBW. PITB>ROOM. 
i^tiJ!^^ BUNOALOW: hot-water 
heaUna Large lot High elevation. 

NORTH QUADRA BARGAIN 
»4.000 PROPERTY FOR 12 asn 
'pHIS VERY ATTRACTIVE FIVE ROOM 
(•.-.-."^""'"^^^J conalating of dining and 
llvlne-room combined, large open fire 
'.'j^V ." ■*"<» "»r«« bedrooms, hall, three 
■waa aataroom: fuU-alae cement basemmt. 

tS^i "US?* 1. '"C'llenl loam 

OMMe This bungalow was built about 
W«r years aao High and choice location 
*rSt nrar"*'°" ^"^ fe»«>nabl* terms. 

BAA NICH -CLOBB Of 
BBDOOBD FROM I3.S00 le njmt 

ONE Af^RE 

'^MHIS Al-rRACrrVE. NEW. PtVB-ROOU 

lhr.e"Sii^°*L?If'!2*^*- fireplace. 

basement. 

pipad for hoi-air fiirnacc. SepUe Unk 
Stucco aaraao. Taailp tasM iSjHl Rea 
•enable term*. Verp aMrSy«7MM.r>V 
Barly poaaaaslon. ^ pt^trty 




aoAOBA antBir. 

at OBNTS OM 

•Mst ten ooaaat baae- 
leraea. OiMaSa a mo 
msa OBip n.fM 

O. BMDOMAN 
ilTO A«*nt 

•04 Brmshton at. Batabllshed 1M« 



ADJonmto npLAMDB 
ft*{'><Uk BBAtrrmn. homb «t four 

V^*^\r\r room^. California stucco Sep 
arate stucco karuiir Eierythins modern 
and up to date Built for owner under 
architect's supervision, rooaatlv aaat aaJM 
See this it you ara laoSS IMa IMMM 
Taxea only 147. • 

BIBHOP * W UB T H I U tOII. LTD. 
•7« Talaa St. PfeoM Bn«l 



O. DAUT 
•14 View Straat. 



CO.. LTD. 



MOUNT TOLMIB— Bar KOAD 



A R« YOU INTKRBSTBD IN A REAI 
-'V BARGAIN? Her. Is one Bun?a"ow 
Ave rooms. In good sUte of re».ir 
eranite foundation. ba2aii«\! T». 
frulPtrees^ Low taaea. Offtrad *w/Wl 
on terma half aaata. Prte* oaIr...^UO 



O MILE CIRCLB • . ROOM STUCCO 

•> bungalows cement baaament. aaraae, 
chicken howaa.. > aaroa aC good land with 
fruit tfMM. jm taka ■aallar pUca and 
•oma aaS: DuMdlata posaeaglon. 



K-ROOM bungalow on HaulUtn Streets 
baaement; pretty garden. 
ISO caah. balance as rent. ^2X00 



IMS 



QEOROE RANDALL 



St 



Phono OTMl 



ijCiOO ~ WICB. SMALL. TURBB-nOOM 

■V^nnf eottaao,.4|aatm Uebt. jgr^waiar. 



In.side toilet, gi 
'Ion close In. 



ittl (UH) WBLL-BOTLT nVB-ROOMBD 

•jP-I.'Mnr bungalow. Ilvlng-room. dining- 
room, kltch.-n and two bedroom.*, open 
nraplace, aunroom. three-piece bathroom. 
KJf!Rl"t two waU.bullt 

•Jl**'*! "«>«'»•». I«fg« lot. Just outalda the 
elty. Taxea m,l, IU.M. Lot aa yo^ 



OAK BAY HOMES 

stucco »emi bungalow, close to beach 
." y^" ^oom *. tour bedrooms large 
'ilPS««BSM Bllb Sa ge Ui e. French 
tloara: eoad-sixed dmini- 
roMa: Duteh kltahan. kreakr*. 
Hot-watar baatlae. C il C A 

Spoelal prlao «4700 

AttraeUro now stueeo bungalow, well 
arranged, roomy plan Living-room, 
dining-room and kitchen have view of 
gaa; thraa bedrooms. Hot-water heat 
*5«- Tttff. •«nk. bullt-ln bath, oak 
naen, niU kasamant. laundry tubs, 

MtOO 
l i M itB H , FtraM t C*. 

MS Vlav Street 



IMorlKag«Sale 

RICH FABT QUABBA STBBBT 

B2,e50 er Near OWkr Bunaalow. as 
good a* new. coatalnlns Urge combi- 
nation dinlns aad Uvlns-room with 
open fireplace; kitchen, with modern 
conveniences, three bedrooms; cemen: 
basement; furnace; and aaraae. Here 
Is an opportunity to acquire an ex- 

I7''^*5^'.J^-*«^» home at about 
11.000 laaa Umb oast prlea. Lot ea ahow 

you this. 

No 



r.l.lNni«SNS,LTI. 

ma --— — * 



O 7171 



1333 Broad St 



CO., LTD. 



E 4733 



PLOOB SCRPACINO 



VX IM. 



IXTBBTBRN PLOOR 

Old or new floors. 



'"■!> FLOOR CO.. 
''■ I ed prices O 7114 



7*1 



«S4 OOROE ROAD 




T RVOORAPBINO - LrrHOORAFHING 

?i~-*r*I''*'?f •«»>»>o"lng Nothing too 
larra and nott.ing too small. Your sutloo- 
•rr Is your advance agent. The Colonial 
Prlnt lna * Pubir-"" — ~ - 




VmB. AUTO. INSURANCE 



another ooldbn opportunity 
( 11^8. tSPVr%'%^h*d- school- 

foom^'-np.Vc';. 'Xr^^Z' S'o -d-g-irr 
lot. running to a bark lane While this 
place may need a little fixing up. R eer 
talnlv is not of the tumble-dowiT variety 
Let US show you Terms. If neces- 9" t\fi 
sary. and the price Is only . ^JlMI 

1113 nro„d St phon, 0 7171 



INDEPENDENT 

^74 Yate^ Street 



AGENCIES, 



G 1S51 



FOR SALE 

BBAirnPVL WATBBPBONT BO.MR 

With magnlSeaat rlaw: oim acre <>r 
'xceptionally flna aardtn. New house, 
fully modern. In perfect condition, and 
hkrciwood floors throughout. Six rooms 
two bathrooms and conservatory Hot 
walar OU<«-MaUe heating, electric 
raasa aad Priatdatre included. Sxcep- 
tlonallp low prire Por full aartlgalais 
MrtP to aa. wmtwrnmrnTm 

FOB BBNT 
Fully furnished OMSBBl feaSMk Ttry 

Gillespie, Hart & Go. 



«n PoH SIraae 



oun 



least," sh 

good-by» ' He had never ,soen upon 
her face quite that look; might be 
hers, he realized at fifty, sixty, or 
seventy: tired, it was, witbln it a 
blend of bittemssi and ooldljr fewiic 

MMnk 

Mt himself tremble. "Yes," 
he answered grimly, "and vou may 
tell your lover that I am a rotten 

cheat, as I am Hut I have- never 
kissed you; I have kissed a clvUd; 
remembering you were a child each 
time I set my lips to yours . . . 
And now— because of a dream OtM,t 
has failed me and because yov are 
a woman— to some other OMm— i 
BhaU kiss you, to bsUMM for th at 
>PH»-t&U m m dUfermT^ 
that ray dream Is a reaUty." 

He gathered her into his arms; 
stronger than .she had Imagined 
they could be He looked down at 
her for a lonj;, few second.v held 
close. Then he bent his head. 

Through a haze, tlien, she saw 
him fumbllngly, blindly pick up hts 
coat, leave the room; she touched 
her lips with trembling flnfors. 'Why, 
why, had he nev«r KlsBed her thus 
before— to tell her of his love for 
her— «id hers for him? He had 
loved her he had! But now— 

His words echoed— never wanted 
lo srr her aijain, whom she had 
dreamed to be different. He wanted 
the "interlude" closed; "interlude"— 
her forgiveness— all he wanted . . . 

Hoi)ed, with her children around her 
that she could think gently of him' 
. .HOrehlldrsnl the oould have 
no ehUdron nalsss they were, too. 
his children and the interlude was 
over; he had said so— over 

Clclly telephoned to Oeoffrev. He 
arrived after hr iiad . lined He was 
.scowllne hravUy. He had seen 
Blanclif a-s he stepped Into the ele- 
vator; he was completely unnerved. 
Had she been up to see CicUy, he 
wondered (swallowing hard) to tell 
Ciciiy of the old affalrt Lerd. if 
hed only got ClcUy Out. Then 
.•she eottld have raised the roof- 
and It vwid havo dons aothhitr 



WH£N THi! : l.AK(;»: INTESTlNt 
TKUnrSNS OR Bl 
STASTIC 

Thsrs BM mutr tedhiduBls, high 
strung or aarvoui^ who become 
•Isnasd about sjnnptoms of griping 
in the lower part of the abdomen 
together 



with considerable rum 

She wa.sn t gtwd enougli ^P'^Ahl'iK sownd.'^ 



for Harry, she mused on, but slic d These Individuals are u.^uuUy very 
always try to make him happy and '^^'^ active, and naturally sus 




SI 



PROPERTY WANTED 

U' ILL PAY CASH FOR LOtHw OAlirBAT 
not orar tsoo 00 \—.^ — — . 



I For Trade j 



But now— 

When Geoffrey entered the draw- 
ing-room she was sUnding. She 
evaded hLs arm.s "No— please," she 
SBld rather breathleMly. Blanche 
had been up to see her. he deddad. 

"CicUy." he said, "what has the 
past got to do with us?" 

^ !»••* ^ » ereat deal t/> 

do with the woman he marries " ,she 
answered, "but we won't talk of 
that— I'm sorry, Oeoff, but It's over." 

"By God. ' he burst OUt, TU IBDI 
that woman!" 

She 



—her cheeks warmed and her eyes 
misted— she could do that. He had 
wanted her "yes" for yean . . . 
Harry, the gentle sort, who wanted 
to make up to people for all that 
they'd lost . . . Blandie had 
never known another like him. 

"I vonder that I held out so long," 
Geoffrey heart iNT aMBBnort 1 
was a fool I " 

"What you say 
questioned, voice harsh. 

"I wasn't talkln' to you. Say— I d 
forgot you was in ths world! 
that?" 
He did. 

She sat back smiling, having 

tossed her cigarette through the car 
window. Dear Harry— they'd be 
married tomorrow . . .She d done 
Geoff's girl a favor by lingering at 
the doorway of that apartment 
house. "I hope shell get over It 
quicker'n I did, ' she thought. 

She said aloud. "Next oomer, 
Geoff, and IH leavo you thsrs for 
all timet And just one thing I ask 
of you, Geoff— remember that it 
ain't fair to pull women down into 
your hell through their love of you, 
will you' Oood-bye— " 

He watched her swing off with 
never so much BS OBO 
look at him. 

For some time he sat shaking In 
his car, unable to start, to trust 
himself to dttvs. Wbst • hldsotti 
evening! 

Suddenly he remembered the story 
that had been broadcast ab<iuf 
Clclly and her stepfather rense. 
steady again, he iset hi-s car to a 
swift pace In his rooms, he settled 
himself before hlS dSSk •■■i SiSBdily 
he wrote her; 

' Dear CicUy: T feel that you were 
unfair to ms tonight and. when you 
consider it, X think you win realise 
that you were hasty. My dear, I 
knew of your entangdement with 
your stopfMhsr and of bov ysur 



pect that they luive cancer, ulcer, 
or tuberculosis. 

Now there is some real trouble or 
there is no trouble, and the 
simplest way to learn the truth is 
to have an X-ray examination. 

Wh atls f oMid by the X-ray in a 
ireBt vaaam irthose eases Is that 
their very excitability or nervous- 
has caused the stomach and 
Intestine to be verv aciive 
and the large intestine, which con- 
tains the wastes from the fool, will 
be in a tightened or contracted 
condition 

You can thus see that with an 
active stomach and Intestine and 
the large Intestine tightened or 
conU;ficted so that wastes will not 
pass downward ssBdUy, thsrs Is 
bound to he nunbUngs, splashlngs 



and a "ful! ' f»" 
Utile lv>od Is eatsa^ 

With these symptoms and vllk^-' 
the lower intestine or b owol par* 
tially dosed by the oootraettOBs oC- 
the^rausrte wmUs, tt miglrti ' 

make'ttl? bowel 
wastes downward. 

But you can s. t ihat. as rnuM of 
these medicines me nu-ant to lon- 
tract or tighten the tiniM-lc wall; of 
the intcAtine, thf \ only make mat- 
ters worse by furtlier tightening or 
contracPng these walls. Yet, thO 
truth is that Uking this type Of 
medlcliM is tho usual trsatsMst by 
nine out of In Of thsss ladMduals. 

Now If It Is their nervousness, 
their over-aetlvity mental and phy- 
sical, that is responsible for this 
condition, It is not really nicdkmo 
that i."; needed, but treatment for 
this nervousne.vs and ovor-activit v. 

This means ph-ntv of re.si, not 
only at night, but also during iJie 
day if possible. 

The diet should be free from too 
much roughage or rough 
all condiments such as 
and highly flavored sauessr 

Anything that will reUx the sy»- 
tem. a warm bath, for instance, is 
holpfttl. 

Remember, this extra rest and 
quiet ne.ss \s recommended only for 
those with this tightened or "spas- 
tic ' condiliun of tin- Uiikc bowel. 
Only an X-ray can tell you if the 1 
condition exlste. 



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Naynard & Sons 

AncUoneera and Appraisers 



Instructed we 



rooms, 711 -TUt 



will sell at Sales- 
fohriMin 'Street 



ara aelaal hamereas lld-blls feaad la 



prlea. Bos 



suu loeaHaa and 

Colonist. 



title aitp kMBsalev ema m b«w n>k 
Bar kunsalwr.^^^ » Bwr oak 



no Union Bidt. 



* OORDON. LTD. 

Phone O M4I 




T^''?"?;^. BBTMOOB. 307 CAMFBEII 

Oe.reeo >US. Authors' m.r ,. 
•ral Strictly coi.i 



A NORTH SAANICH BARQAIN 

piVE ACRBB. fully aadam hmiae, well- 
A equipped hothouaa. thr>. .....i... 



bmim. Pini ^.iJ^^STtaxl!!"', hi^Ti'To 



ACEIAOE FOR 8AI.E 

CSUAU. ACREAtJE IN NORTH BAANICH 
^ St law prices. Fine district. LSW taxes 

SPARLING 
lauta Acent, Sidney 



S8 



FABMB fOB BMMM 



water MM m^°'^r "'•"-f oo«»d hottaa. 
water irtid on. Lara* bam and atahu 
taelve stalU; poultry h"*e?: alftfu* 

open to oTfar. Bme. Box 4S88. colonist 



W ell l.nilf R Ivoomcd Home, hot 
■ water heated. Good location, | 
\Vill cxchBBge lor S or 6-rocm| 
•use, City. Oak Bay or Saaaich ■ 



0LI1fEI,nEWIITeUIII> 
i CO., LTI. I 

IflMfteltM liMll 



on 



Phone 
>s. law 




A IX BEST WOOD, t3 31 
M 18 ed Phone E 174J 

. " Fir cordwood. 15 80 Cd. B Pm. 

AU. PIRST - GROWTH WOOO! ALl 
■f\ kinds of coal. Painter. O M4I 



Phone or WrlU 



UjO. 



l>Rril,SM COAL BCRXBNBD LUMP 



r. s-i2 . 



bait eord. O l»4l 



M.M 



f I \RYl,AND WOOD. DOUBLE LOAD It 80 
r45Jj'"" ">»1«1». «5^0; cordwood." 18 00 



1 J*.T« J ^ CORDS 

vL^i^V. 'V^' »* Bill T 

Ptmwood Oaraeo. Phone Be34i. 



'*''* *°*' WJ* per eord. ■ •314 



F'*^?fT WOOD. STOVE LENOTH8, 
O 3M?" " "^'^ 

K'^^^!*?'*""'^-''^ . 8 CORDS 18 80 
* -J^^9^'_£^^ OUi: Billl. 
iJilAWNifoAN DOUGLAS P» ~ WOOD 
(sole agents). 3300 Gov't. BISU. M^ 
wood. 13 80: bone-dry slakT iMia MewT 
dry kindling. 18 SO cord 

rPRUCKINO 

' rlalty. 
E »5J7 



WOOD RAtfLOfO A 
Mill and eordwaoS far aala. 



^ *JR OORO. DRYLAND WOOD] M.M 



Ie Wood Co 

OORD. HALF CORD ifTl 
RMCIal price for osm ■tenth 
Maiahai Wood Oa. SmT 



BUM. 

S3.25 

Sbawnleaa 
ear t bne. 

13:25 



MlOwood. n.M. Bl 



^ wood. 

n 3314 



Rodaer 



On. Alpha 



OtOBB TO OAR UNB 
IP^R ROOMS, opan Oreplace »n sitting 

Half cash, balance mor 



rABMS WANTBD 



YY'ANTED FROM OWNBRB - M TO tO 

pVlferVe'd" n'^rvic^^Ti'^^r rif.' 'a 



CROSS * CO. 

Belmeat Rouae Oppaalte PX>. 



pOR SALE IN BBQOTMALr-ATnUO- 
A. tive five-roomad buasalev. Owaar anon 
reasonable eaab OtfarTphSZTA MM 



l^B'^'TLT AND WELL-BUILT PTVB- 
.«WiJ?°Ti?..''*"^ »lK-irlc light, nic* 



half 



a WAum 



Real BaUta sag 



SJEA VIEW raBiDBNO»-BBVBN BOOMS 

8«ae*i2^.^'!l'..i.'"• «^»-»Ald-«it grounds 
^ •ttractive sun 

''^"'v end other mam 
rooms on troiwui floor Two 
and bathroom up puu baaon 
and garage AtlMattve la ■ api>"< ^ . > > 
.nd^cated in d:jaSr - 



Beautiful Gardens 

lyyj^.^"^- 'n flowers, shrub,, 

iSSSLS^f H*^ vegetables. 

cnttaee^ fSer raaau. Bad 

" ' $850 



01 ly 

orchard, three acres ivek. i, , > „ ,. 

good land 0' M m 

''' ' '' -"T »e-m.<i 944 

ASINVR L NAYNES, LTI. 

PIre anri A. 1(0 Insurance. Collections 
"• rO*f STREET 

O"**' r vnA Niaht a tMa 



Sovth Sainich 

Large Attractive 4-Room Stucco 
Bungalow. The rooms Include a 
spacious entrance hall, 13x20 
and a very nloe Uvlng-roami 
10 xM. Other features Inehide 
hot-watar heating plant, bBllt-ln 
bath and shower, etc. 

raxc « t^OO J^gpQ 

Wi€toria Hoats A QdrdeRt, Ltd. 

•tS B rae eM i B Street phoao E 41*4 



ioeallty. Prioe 

MARA, 
1313 Broad St. 



bedrooms 
lent. furnace 



CO , LTD 

Phone E 1C33 



JLlINi ™ PAYMENTS 
will buy a semi. bungalow In a 

eood PoMtion in Osk Bay. on a lot « i 
rear Th. «■ front an • 

hall J™. '"wtaae. aa mam nor 

nftii. iarv« livinc-raMi ta «»Man 

with granite flre'puST g^^'ITTed dTnln.' 

kitchen and amall 
maid s bedroom Upetaira there mwL isV-1. 
good-slsed bedrooms wrth elSitVTd^ 
Ina-room with aleawlM -V!^ 



BUY THIS 

There Is Just Time to Occupy 
REFOaK rRRISTMAA 
A CHARMING BUNGALOW 

. batb and 

■hi laeailon. 



1BBMR 

• \t.. 



$21100 
The^Grlfflth Co. 



TF.R.%I<< 

''ie Home 



Tw« M Biys 

Plre.ra«B eotMsa with Srepiace and 
•iMMtf-ia parch. OenU«l loeauon. 
wlthla tea minutea' walklns Slataaee 
Otm U has for only MAO 

• And 
8l«-room house with fireplace furnsr-e 
laundry tubs and aaraae; oji nice lot 
>• sooS Slatrlat. Thia is 



yours 

•800 

and In- 
on easy 



QnR partne rant rieht now. 
stead btiv your own home. 

Oti- • '1 ,-11) J . 



ler & Stephenson, Ltd. 

ISM Governmaol St. Pbeae O 4I-.:I 



71 rRUFESSIONAI 

CRiBora^t I oils 



IHKH TORT 




" i"*!^ I?*CTOR OP CirotOPRAO- 



In good shape 

concrete " 



.^^ Taaaa ISkia. 

THB aoTAI, TWDBT OOMMUnr 



a«tM 



Stvml Fanm to Rent 

ttm 



Musi Be Sold Thu Montii 

A Uf M X*, p.iri, ^ m-i Attn 
j«rArm..vT ^roae an' aoiia 

Reslheaae. (;as Paap. Air ' m>lgaeeig 

FRASER BISCOC 

Oapa.Ke rewlral PIra 
Be* rsane K tttt 



For Sale or Rent 

New 8-room bungalow In OAK BAY with 
In two blocks of beach. Hot water heat- 
tas, eli and aaa raaee. aafe floors, buiit-m 
bath and ahowar. fan eeoient basement 
S-S.f 00. ar «m i«M fWBliaed er 
unfurnished. 

C. YCARWOOD 

««0 Part o 



^v.as looking Bt him, calmly 

mensuringly. 

I saw her near the elevator," he 
went on. "I knew she'd been up 
to tell you her mean vtrslon of the 
^. ^ • • • • I only a youngster, 
Clclly ... I flouldnt help her 
falling to k»ve with me!" 

"You're wrong there," she con- 
tradicted. "When any man opens 
the way to a woman's loving htm, 
he Ls at f,iii]i . . . she wa.s the 
reason, wasn t she. Geoff, why you 
wanted me to marry you In such 
haste? But don't answer that; I'm 
cheating. I know nothlnr of her. 
nor of that affair." (Ooeffiey's 
JBW dropped). "Itls over because- 1 
love TBrry— " (She remembered 
suddenly Terry's .laying he had 
never hurt a woman, and 11 made 
her aching heart harden). "Over. " 
.she went on, "becau.se I do love him 
and don't love you. And, Geoff, it 
is fortunate for you— as well as for 
me— that it is over, I never would 
have suited you ... Get some- 
thing pretty aad softly compliant 
on whom you can hang diamonds. 
I don't care much for diamonds, 
you know, and much of your love 
would be made through them 
^ And I would dl.sagree with you In- 
creaalngly -Yes, Geoff, It's over—" 
I ' Just — why— Is it over?" 
[ "Becau-se I love— Terry." 

"Ahat Lightning change artist, 
aren't we? And When is this happy 
affair going to eome off ? " 

"I think never. Geoffrey, i think 
— I know — he no longer loves me" 

Ten minutes later Benson helped' 
Geoffrey Into his coat Blanche was I 
still lingering near the doorway of j 
the apartment hotJ.se. , 
"Come along Cteoffrey ordered; 
roughly. She followed him to his' 
car "What was the idea?" ho asked 
as he changed gaars. 
"To see ymL" *he answered. 
Re laughed hanhly. "Do you 
know what happened because i s.-i'v 
you?" he asked. He went on with- 
out waiting for her answer; she 
heard. In silence the history of his 
"giving it avta' his BSSIHBtlSMl 
and his luite of her 

"Geoff." she said, as his voice 
died, hoarse from anger, "Oeoff, was 
you going to marry her quisk— eo if 
I'd teu, it woiUd be too krto for her 
to back out?" 

"WeU, what If I was? " he de- 
manded belligerently 




WEDNESDAY, 1:30 

Well-kept Household Fur- 
nitiire, balanoe of Ivory, 
Stiver antf Mandarin 
Coats of the Aladdin Shop, 
Georgian Sliver Cruet and 8 
Waterford Glass Fittings, a 
silver Qllt Sugar Bowl, 3 
very fine Benares Trays and 
Stands, Pair very fine Old 
Salopian Pilgrim Vases, sev- 
eral Gold and Stone Rings 
and Bracelets. Set of Batter- 
sea Enamel Wine Labels, 2 
Old Paisley Shawls, British 
Colonial Stamp Collection, 
etc. 

Pull particulars later. 



Stsrs Yssr Firaitsrs 

nmk 

tocker's 
ecurity 
torage 

P«ckiii{.Cfatiiitl>lo»ia{ 

McCloy&Co. 

AUOnONIBU 

TODAY 
AT 1:30 P.M. 

In our I.e.sser Hall 
Corner Pandora and Ulanshaid 

NCagnlfioent OoUecUon of Ocnuixu 
' Itoad-llBde 

Persian 
Rugs 

All guarantesd hand knottsd and 
vogotablo dyed wool 
CIS MBitiHiiii Bdvortlssd). 



MAYNARD A SONS 

AucUon Rooms and Storage Ware- 



731-73.1 Johnson St. Phone G8M1 

r.8^We will held a f paelal 

at g Mask, af 



■als OiBiliiiiiM Wsdnssdav aft 1:10 
Mssr on VIsw 

AUCTION 

of 

Superior 
Furniture 

OU Country SbeeU. Table Cloths, 
•srviettes, Lady's Pur CkMt, etc. 

In our Large Ilall 

Thursday, at 1:30. 

Goods received or sent for up to 
10 am. Thursday, 



McCLOY A CO. 

■ MM 



Rhine Is 
moon tains. 

Steppes are motwtains whUh fo 
up in l odges lllto stairs. ' 

a o .0 

Hie Aretle regions are neither 
hot nor cold, they abound In birds 

of beautiful plumage and of no 
song such as the elephant and the 
camd. 

• e * 

The tides are a fight between the 
earth and the moon. All water 
tends toward the moon, becau.se 
there is no water In the moon, and 
nature abhors a vacuum. Gravita- 
tion at the earth keeps the water 
rising all the way to the moon. I 
forget where the sun joins la this 
fight. 



_ '"mist's It 

^itoyou? 

"A good deal ' she .said slowly she 
A woman was being shown ovn- a ' smiled. "It s cured me she went 
f^H^,"^* ""'■^ Wales, famous I on. hearing that you planned to do 
fw Its fine plcture-s. One was a por- [ that rotten trick Somehow, I >e 
trait of Nell (iwynn. after Sir Peter been thinking all thSBS years, that 

you weren't so tQs as ths facu'made 
you seem. — t you are that vUs 
and you're wbsIb. RsBMBbsr how 
you told me-asw Is wtMog-ttat 
mef" 



Lely." 

Th* woman gazed at the picture 
with marked Interest. "So that's 
the hussy, is It?" she remarked 

ently 



•J . H> » r ane rvmarKsa pree- you told me 



Uve In the 
and hi bad 

and rats, bat hi 
eat bananas. 



What are warmth producing 
foods? Cayenne pepper and Jam- 
er, from the countries 



Latitude tells you how hot yWS BIS 

and the longitude how cold you are 
. * . 

Volcanoes are due to the infernal 



I 



18 ' 

K9feB 



THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA. B.C TUESDAY, DECKMPKR 10. lOiT 




i4APOLEON AND UNCLE ELBY 



NAKn.KON MMAm-V UUCjrM-r UH« 
liMC* ANV il^TTEfr -THAN I DO. 





POP 





By Clifford Mc Brid e I THETLirs ... By Cn 



wioid Young 



An Informal Job 



r' 



ARE. >t>J 

WOOLDfs^- UKK 
ME TO 

(N A 
DRjbS^ SUIT- Y 




By J. Mjilai Watt 






—YOU KEEP 
YOUR- 
OVERALLS 




If 1 



iTILLlC TH£ TOILER 



Pturely Personal and Private 



By Westover 




D1X1£ DUGAN 



KlO . AvNO 1 OOWT GiOtTE KMOVJ 
VOU, DOM'T SO NWORRlHi 

VAJB'aE <SOMC TO 

H/i»s^ AN 0PP0(5.T0W\Ty 
TO KNOVA) jEA.C.H 





» DOiyT TO APf='EAC^ 

NOSfc// MR. "SiMPK»WS , But »S 
THAT ME. VMORHVM OOD_ 




vou ooenr ro vciKjovaj 

&>y MOVAJ "THAT I MHViEJS- 

V, ., , , ,^ 

"' ' "employ 





WlKmi D£CB10W 



K.INOLV M/^HON 
DIXIE. AND 
jePP>WORTH 
HEAR THE STORY 
- OF 'A^tfCKBy" 




By J. P. McEvoy and J. H. Striebel 



so LITTLE TO 

WAf) LfFT IM A 
NIGHT — TVSJENTV 
AT THE SMACK. 

QUEER OLD riSHERMVAN 
" AMCKeY"^ 



MACKEY': 




T VE5 - I KNONW— V^E 
NAMED HER AFTER H»l^- 
BECAU3EHE. FOUND HER 

AND ucrcR seaWTLv 

GA^E U5 50WIE ^AONEY 
HCD HOARDED, TO USE 
' FOR HER - HER GIVEN 
NAME-NAJHLL, THERE 'D 
BEEfj A '■4(jTF_ PINNED TD 
HER ORtSS - IT SAID - 
'HER MCrTHCR'^ NMME 
^WAS MVRA* 




THAT vytfVS AU. WE KNCW — 
THE SHEWFT SCMROWD, BOT 
FOUND NO OTHER CUJE- SO 
\NE RAISED HER HERE AND y HM- 

NEVER, NEVER RFGRf^TTfO / THAT 
rr- SHE wo A RAY OLD 
SUNSHINE lO US AUL A FISHERMAN 

— IS HE 5T\LL 
ALIVE ? 



UNCLE 3eN 
OH, YES.' WS ^ 

5HACX IS ON THE 
SEASHORE, DOWN 
THAT WAY -about; 
TWO MILES — 






woNDEPiNC. wwrrwrR to let vour ho-sbamo 

CO OKJ TRVIN(i To RtMEMBER WHERE H£ HID VOUR 
PRE'iLNT, C* WWETHER TO REVEAL THE FACT TMKT 
YOU KNOW WWAT HE IfS 6IVIW^} VOU BY 
'J.MOWIMCr MIM WHEtJE IT IS HIPDEN 



POLLY AND 



PALS 



Babes in Toyland 



>2^S SWttT S V BLTT I REALLY OLkSHTTA 
OFSANr/TO^ ^ BE WORRYIN' ABOUT 



By CU£f Stcrrctt 



LET US LIVE 
IN TOYLAND 
TILL CHRISTMAS. 





BUSINESS.' 




NONSENSE, SAMBO, I 
TURNED MYSELF 
'INTO ATOV, TOO,- 



7" 








The Daily Cross- Word Puzzle 




s'matti:r pop 




1 lie Driving Force 



How OI.» WA& 

1 VAJ+IPkI I WOULl)» 




By C M. Payne 



•A ^^A-er \Ai*4«^ I 




KRAZY KAT 




♦ IWDfe^SWNO V- /-T>^^v VA;ia Do so 





By Herriman 



V^s, SIP « ^ V- V- Vol/ -V^x; 



ACROSS 
1. Chalice cloth cover. 
6. Ife auUtn. 

11. To go 

12. Chaplet. 
14. PrepMttioii. 

17. Srot sail yard. 

18. Pait of key. 

20. To takp off in thin Iftjett. 

21. Space brtwccn pCSkS. 

22. Entrance. 

24. Chain for ma«t. 
28. To arch over. 

36. Section of choir <pl. 
28. Pretended. 

30. WUdebewte. 

31. TD teyr. 

32. Tcr sprinc • teak. 
35. Superior. 

38. Units 

39. Strong tackle. 
41 nry. 

42. 111. 

43 To brgln afresh. 

45 Large grazing grouiKl. 

46. Land mra-sme ivaf.'. 
47 Forehead ribbon. 

49. Latin for alM. 

50. NcfUtent. 
63. cnnehM. 
M. Drain*. 

69. DeiUny. 

DOWN 

1. To happen. 

2. On hlffh. 

I. Thing of no valM. 

4. OentleRMn. 

5. BiUbUihM. 

6. Shady ipotl. 

7 ImptJln*. 

8 Civil #ar gengr at 

9 KniKhf nf .c;- Aadrtw (abbi 

10 ContendPfl 

11. Clerical collar 

13. Dragged vlolenU/. 
18 Remaft. 

19. Ran« 

21. An equal 

33. OrlenUI Mcktiea. 

S6. Ltaes Inner surtaet roof. 

37. Mo dlrt aa l taoih. 
30 SooMT thon. 

33 MlM tttte. fpi). 
33. son «r DMdtltH. 

34 Dixpiajfo of oafor. 

38. Ojcm. 

38 Small vials 

37 RolU of Unt. 

40 ConlunrtiOB. 

4.1 Rxcrwlve 

44 To fmaln 

47. Ftaoae for coal 



DOWN 
51. OTMk totter. 

63. Noun .<iuinx. 



BOD 



MA 3 3 13 L I T 




ANOWBB VO OOHVArO FCMUI 



f^ow hr 

'•4M. 



"la It true. " «Tltei ono of the 
readers of thU column, "that otir 
oiitrafteoualy modern f-Iang 
'whoopee' wa« coined by Shake* 
speare?" 

It is true, dear reader, that our 
current "alang" expreaslOB 
" wtiumioo." <iiiflT*ti1 Ijr aiu wbe 

would iMTfO «fBl^ IB tlMlr SPOMII. 
U of tlOM^MMM «lfla: not only 
that, tout Of iMMr Mi^-hat origin. 
And lu uae goto baek farther than 

Shakeitpeare. 

On the very beat authority, than 
la recorded uae of the wotfl 
"whoopee" by Paiegra ve. o ne of 
the rtiapfatm of Henry vm. That 
dataa tMrty-fOMr yean before the 
bir^h fltafeOipeare. Sttll further 
back, ihe wOTd appeani In a Marco 
play. ' Mankind." which date* about 
1450 Thu» U in nianu.'.crlpt form, 
for printing waa not yet known in 
Bnf'^T^I Ita apelllng there la 



No hour of modern hUtory la 
more ihrlUInc than the jnooot."— 



I 



THE DAILY COLUMST, VICTORIA, B.C. TLKSDAV. 1)I:ci:m III R lo I'm.^ 



WIDE BANGE 
OFTHENEtf 
ACCESSORIES 



Latest Modes in Scarfs, 
Gloves and Handbags 
Arc Now Shown 



in 



During Recent Western Washington Floods 




The lift dMpper la apt to ex- 
perience a frcUng of dL'-llncl relief 
when acoeHorlM art decided c a lor 
chrtstona rememkraaeaa. nwre 

I . L> i>o many of them mad the i)i i< - 



range la ao Ineluatra that a briei 
survey of the ahopa la almoat ear- 
tain lo result In muKf praettoal 
and unusual wigfe a t l ena . nke 
handbafa. for instance. Ttuj are 
awfully attractive this year, many 
are really unusual and they are to 
bp had In so many dlflerent types 
thrtl vou an- fairly certain to pick 
one that will nit'Pt with the uri 
qualified approval of the recipient. 

■ANMACW or ton 

Among the moat attractifia 
were some developed in a soft tweed 
in tones of green or brown. They 
wore fashioned in pouch shape with 
huge KilvfT ball fa.'itenlngs The 
thing that made them a particular- 
ly nice gift m-leclloii v,,i.s lii-- l.ti ' 
that with them wmt -.iiKiU, j.uuitv 
scarfs to match. There are many 
other tailored types; some In fab- 
ric, others In leather. One style 
maide in flat envelope shape was 
to 1M had In a soft corded wool or 
la eardurojr. It fastened vltb a 
r4iM metal frame and opeaad out 
wMa aad flat ao that it was easy 
to flnd^flie various small gadceto 
that women set such score bjr— the 
key.s. the samples of mAterial, the 
compact, the cigarettes. All 
ample room In these bags. 
P For evening, bags display such a 
wealth of ingenuity in style and de- 

ffciT isriiMhiBn * ut'xr^'^r' 
Htm. enMlMd. ihtrred or tucked. 
Often theae baca an trlmmad rhXb 
erjratal or peaaL Vor rsdOy f emial 
wear there are bagi Of 
brocade with Jeweled fastenlaga. 
OOLOBFUL SCARFS ARB 

To add a brilliant touch of color 
to the eoatuma oome bright scarfs 
of silk'woolen fabrloa or Talvet One 
especially good looking type had a 
band of velvet to fit aroimd the 
neck and was finished with wide 
but not long ends of crimson silk 
strli)e(l In gold Another of crushed 
red velvet had huge while polka 
dots and might be worn Ascot fash- 
ion or knotted in a soft bow. 

A lovtfy llnan handkerchief had 
a quaint old-faahloned air imparted 
by a frill of Val. laoe all arauad the 
edge. Handkerchiefs in pastd linen 
had great monograms of linen In 
contrasting colors appllqued In the 
corners. Still other.s were printed 
In gay conventional designs. 

For the woman who travels one 
OOMld make no better choice than a 

rk-me-up" eiaa of leather fab- 
lined in plaid rubberlaed aoate- 
rlal and equipped with boCtloi and 
boxes of fine toiletrlaa. Its com- 
pleteness and compactneea la very 
appealing. The new perfumes 
range from delicate flower scents to 
exotic odors. Chwj.se them to suit 
the type of the recipient. 




i 



Groceteria, Cash and Cariy 



as 



rir^ IMrasr Krv\t 

I his Ad Will Nol AiMM 



I his l ist iwJUittmot 

|»|M'ar Aguiii 

All the Following Item* Are PiapUyed in the CtaruttiM Iggctiom No. 7 



1 Lb Boxes Assorted Chocolatct 
Sun-Dried Black Fign 2-lb. cello, pkt. 
Su»-Dried Whhe Riga. 2-lb. cello, pkt 

Braadla Chrlatnas Paddings at 

wl.w and 

Aln'.orui I'aMr im 
C & IJ liidri.iv Sam 
Almond Prti.;<- 



Shopping 
CASH AND CARRY 



for IfBjr 



gl.OU 

' > ' I — — •..■..».........SS^ 

<". IK I jar 4B<» 

luT i.arton.. Sl.<> 
Uamty Pitted Datea with Nuts, per pkt.»- »0«» 
Jordan Almonda and Kaiaiaa. per pkt. TO^ 



per 

per 



pkt. 

pkt. 

( .\lo i 



per carton 
per carton 







Park), per 

45^ 

S2<> 



California Table Datea. 
Spanish Table Raiaina, 

30#, 40^ ,nd 

Aaatrmlian Table Raisins 

pkt. . 

Ground Almonds. '.4's, 
CJiouml Almonds, '-i's, 

l anty Sun Dried Apricota. 1-lb. cella pkt.. 

Sun Dried Black FifB, I'i. per pkt SO^ 

Smyrna Table Figa, small boxes 

Smyrna Layar Uga, per lb., Iti^, 17^, 20(> 

and 25<« 

Smyrna Pulled Plgi, per box '^&t and -«5<. 

Rolled Cider. p< i ',.,!:!, . 2;t«> 
Sun Dnrd Fruit Compote, Mb. cello, pkt., 

* ' - — r- jji ,1. 45< 

Pitted Dates, per lb. .^..^^^ , IM^ 

per jar. Zm90 



Curd, per jar 

Dainty Daiaa, per pkt i4c 

Bra«d*a iMn Oingcr, iu syrup, per jar ROr 
Chineae Praoanred Qbifar, per jar i . . 

■""I ;io«. 

" ' • 'K^ . ' 94 and 

Claik H liiipcrul Frtnch Plumi^ per bOttle..TB# 

and 

Libby'a M inr i w aa i, per jar Z!I.Z".....»9^ 

Empreaa lahi e e m eat, 4>er jar _ 4T«» 

Empress Mincemeat, \o. 4 tins Rrtr 

Brand's English Mincemeat, pt r jar .'lO«' 

Claik's Miiucmeat per jar 3tO<« 

Dainty Date Butter, fancy jar 30<» 

Duncan'a Qtegar and Pmlt Winaa, per i.ot- 

«ic aB# 

Old EnarUah Beverage C — p a «y' a Oteger and 

Fniit Wtaai. per bottle _ 

Baftai«|r'8 Bagliah Oiager Wine, bottle 48^ 



Royal City Christmaa Hamper 



Pitted DateL pe 
(Baca Cberriea, 



tin Tomatoes, 2*s 

tins Vegetable Soup... 
tm Sieve J Ptaa, 2'a... 
tin Logaaberriea, tB.. 

tin Wax Beans. r» 

Recipe Book 



All 

for 



69e 



Why 
a 



Rail Servke Was Paralysed 
Train aad the Row Boat 

Contfaraous Heavy 



—Central Prrss PhoUigrBph. 

This Is a Station Between Seattle and Tacoma, Showinc 
«>f u>i ^ , . . ... Water Went Down. The Flood Was Caused by 

and warm Winds in the Mountains, Which Mehed the Snow and Forced Streams Over Their Banks. 



Heins Medium Soups, all varieties, 
Mushroom, tin . 

Campbell's Tomato Soup, per tin 

Aylmer Clam Chowder, tins 

Libby's Green Asparagus Tips, 

'ill 

Sea Rover White Spring Salmon, 
lor 



SECTION FIVE— CASH AND CARRY 



Libbv'a Auatraliaa, Sliced or Crushed Plneap- 

pie, I's. B tins for atf^ 

Santa Clara Prunes, 40 ."^U s. .Mb. i>ag for 25<. 

Palmolive Soap, 4 tablets for ^..^ 2B«. 

Aylmei r aiu Ketchup, bOltte .^^...^ 13<. 

French Ureen Beana, tin 20^ 
Morten'a Blackboek Worc^Mr Sauce, bottle 

Fry « Breaicfturt Cocoa, tin loj 



including; Okanagan Tomatoes. 2\j's. 3 tint 264> 

Royal City Bartlett Peara, per tin 14# 

Pearl White Naphtha Soap, T bars for.... 

... 154) Royal City Peas, sieve 5, 2'», » tins M4 

picnic, per ChriatieV Koral Cream Sodaa. Mb. pkt 16<» 

_ . ®^ Jutland Sardines, a tins 11^ 

I's, a tins Brunswick Chicken Haddie, I'v. tm 12^ 
Spcnssr'tf Diamond ' S " Bread Flour. 24-lb. 

Umut 

Wild Rose Pastry Flour, 7 s, per sack 24# 



Durini 
fai Wl 



the Western Washington 
tch die Station Agent Got 



Floods. 

Around 



GIFT PARCELS 



Attrartlve Wrappings Are n Com- 
pliment to the Christmaa Pack- 



LOWER PRICES MAKE 
SHOPPING EASY FOR 
ALL YULETIDE BUYERS 

Low prioe IrMla uliloli aslat at this 

time make tlils one of the most ad- 
vantageous Utnea lor Uie Christmas 
shopper In tba taJaeory of retailing 
Thi.«i Is the opinion oC anparta in the 
merchandlalng field. 

Not alone is it possible to save 
money on the average purchase, it is 
pointed out. bat tt alao opaaa up a 
new field in purchaatag. It makes it 
possible to give the gift Umt one has 
always wanted to give bvl haa never 
before been able. 

The quRlity and variety of mer- 
chandise now so readily and easily 
procurable mattaa OhitetmaR shop- 
ping a real pleowrc, and it makes 
poaaible m group oi glfta that will 
tarlat » new note ol Joy to tba raolp- 
leot. nila yaar. mn Omub 0nt be- 
fore, wiu mi* Mf ec amtm b* the 

Spirit of ~ 



Nowadays it's almost as much 
fun to tie up your gifts as it is to 
choose t)iem — for the shops abound 
with stunning papers In gay Christ- 
mas designs or lovely rolor.s, seals 
and ribbons and bands of cello 
phane. Many stores make a special 
point of exhibiting ample packages 
to inspire you to create yoiu- own. 

There are packages wrapped In 
snow white paper and tied with 
enormous scarlet bows of cello- 
phane, the edges elaborately scal- 
loped or sUt into a fringe. A very 

stunning square gift bOK waa 
wrapped la a deep rldi bine and 
tied with gold tissue ribbon and the 
box studded with gold atata In 

various sizes. A round candy box 
wa« wrapped in a huge sheet of red 
cellophane that wa.s t,'athered at the 
top and tied with a rubber band — 
the ends cut and fringed and ar- 
ranged Into a huge pompon. 

You might use the very pretty 
candy-stripe papers to wrap some 
of your gtrta and tie the packages 
with red and green cellophane rib- 
ben. Or you may use green tistae 
paper and dot the packaRe with 
huge seals In polnsettla form. 

One of the loveliest packages wa.*; 
wrapped In silvery white tiiviue and 
tied with il\.r ribbon with three 
silver bella (Christmas tree orna- 



Your Health and Your Weight 

DANOBRS AND DISADVANTAQBS OF UNDJEBWUOHT 

By JAS. W; BARTON. M.D. 



19# 

.104 
34<> 
34^ 
26< 

•WO 



While It is an advantage to be 
slightly imderwelght than over- 
weight aa we approach middle age, 
the Idea that thinness means health 

and vigor 1.^ a ml."!take 

Many thin individuals are too 
much underweight, but beeati.se a 
parent or a (Tr:indparent was thin, 
they thinlc it i.s only natural for 
them to be thin and thmk nothlzig 
more about It 

Now. as a matter of fa«t, numy 
of them would feel much stronger 
phy.sically wtn they to inortaae 
their weignf vy'lr few pounds. 

The r<Tords .show (hat nbdvc the 
age of thlrty-flvc the death rate 
Increases about 1 per cent for every 
pound over normal weight, but this 
doesnt mean that an individual al- 
ready many pounds bekiw normal 
weight will have better chancea for 
good health aad long Ufa after 
thlrty-fhre. 

Generally .speaking, being tOO thin 
carrier disadvantages. 

In the first place, there is always 
the danger of ■"*fr''f or thin 
blood, whldi la found moat fra- 
quently.in those who are under- 
weight. Anaemia means that every 
cell in the body will not receive its 
full needs in iron, phosphorous, lime 
and other .^ub.staiires. because the 
blood i.s not recei\ iiii? enouKh of 
the.se foods from the food eaten 

The second point about under- 
weight Ls th'it the nrrve..s serni to 
need a lutle protection, a little fat,' 
about tliem, to keep them at their 
best just as the kidneys, the intea« 



ments) caught In the bow. It had I tinea, and other organs likewlae need 
a tovely Chrlatmaay kMk in spite of aonte fat about them. The nerves of 



the absence of cokir. A child wouM 
love a gift that c»me wrapped in 
red tiaaue and pasted over with 
faadnattng animal silhouettes 
One like this had Scot ties as a 
deeoration Trv your liaiid at this 
creative nrt — it's lots of fun. 



the very thin Individual do not have 

this fat and the absence of fat about 
the other or^arvs al^n. brings about 

nn oxliausted ner\')u.s coridilinn that 
only re.^t, and goo<| food ean correct. 

The ab.senee of a proper aniount 
of fat about the abdominal organs 



Chronic Fati^ue-a danger sisnal 

It usually means that you need- 



means that there la a "dropped" 
condition of the attmiaeh and In- 
testlnea; they hang too low In the 
abdomen. 

You can readily understand that 
if the stomach hangs down low it 
mcan.s a Iomk < iinib upward for the 
food to reach the entrance to the 
small Intestine, whl^ entrance Is 
heU high by ligaments. And if all 
the food doaant get pushed upward 
by the stomach njuscles into this 
intestinal opening, then the next 
meal that is eaten leache.s the 
stomach while the stomach still 
contain., food from the previous 
meal The re.sull naturally is In- 
dtge.stion which further redocea 
strength and weight. 

As to the dropped or sagged 
samU intestine as there will be 
more kxjps and angles, there will be 
oomplete absorption of food at some 
parta and incomplete at others, and 
« the large intestine the wastes 
Will be very slow in getting past 
the loops and sharp angles. 

Thus the whole food eanal— 
stomach, small intestine and large 
Inty tlne— wUl not be able to do Its 
work properly, resulting in indiges- 
tion and constipation. 

Thus hi very thin undernouri-«hed 
Individuals there will be a lo8.s in 
nervous enerfry, and the self pol- 
.snnlnR of the .sy.stem wlU If Men 
tlielr physical energy rIso 

Now this condll^ion i.s serious 
fnonRh. but with lessened nervous 
and physical energy they are not 
as well able to raslat various ail- 
ments such aa pneumonia and 
bronchitis. 

How ean these very thin Individ- 
uals be built up. not into heavy- 
weights, but to their own best nor- 
mal weight' 

The first thouRht is to 
causo.s such a.s irregularity In eat- 
ing, lack of exercise or fraUi air, the 

• 



I two best things to create a good ap- 
I petite, the removal of bad teeth or 

otlier physical defect which a tlior- 
oin.;h phv.sical e.xamination reveals 
Overiirednc.ss at ineal.s is olten a 
big factor in preventing gain In 
weight. 

The second thought Is in the food 
itself: providhig the right kinds of 
foods in an attractive manner 

Rich, concentrated foods should 
be eat<>n. such as cream, butter 
cereals, bacon, nuts, dried fruits 
and .salad dressings 

While rich pastries and gravies are 
good fat producers, they may upset 
the stomadi and only do harm. 

Plenty of eggs, milk and a fair 
amount of meat are necesaafy for 
body building and repair 

To the above must be added fruits 
and vpsfetable.s for mineral.; and 
vitamin.s. 

Building up to a normal or nearly 
normal wel>;ht may Uke time and 
thought, but it pays a large intere«t 
In atrength and health. 

Gifts Aippn>( lff'/'(] 
By Friendly Help 

At this time of the year, when 
extra calls on supplies are many, the 
women of the committee of the Oak 
Bay Wendly Help v. ere clieered by 
the friendly thouKiU of tlv Oak Bav '1^ 
chief Df police and staff, who s.-nl TtJ 
In a .spleiid.d < ontiibulion of gro- 1 "* 
cerles to the rooni.s, .Saturday An- 
other thoughtful gift was from the ! 
girls of the household eoononlcsl 
class, who, under the direction of 
Miss Blankenbach. made and do- 
nated a number of Chrl«tmas pud- 
dings decked In seasonable wrap- 
pings. 

JffVENILF \ O.F. 

TTie monthly nv-etlng <<! pMurt 
Canada Ex-elsior. No. l. will be held' 
on Friday, a^ 7 .to )>.m . in the A O F.I 
Hnli .Afi-r 11,0 mcetinif. Chrlslmasl 
ranie.s :.i;(l r impetltlons will be 
|)iavc(i. and all members present 
will receive a pleasant aurarlse. Re- 
l emove any f re hmenU wlU be served during the 

" -* ^-venlng. All Foresters and their 

friends are oordl«)]y Invited. 



HaPpyvale Tomato Ketchup, 2't, S tins. 

Orchard Oty Cut Wax Besns. tin . 

Braid's Best Coffee, I s. tin 

Jameson's Coffee. I s, pkt 

Aylmer Golden Bantam Corn, i's, ■ tins 

Del Maiz Niblstt Corn, tin 

Aylnier Toaaaiooa, rs, squat, S tine 

Guava Jelly, per lb. 3*5<» 

Spencer's Almond Paste, per lb.!."!l.. 35# 

Brand s Mint Jelly, per jar , 36f 

Texsa Skinless Figs, per jar ..»5# and 91 M 
Chevy Chase Oiager Ale, Christmas packase 
oi 1 dozen ; fLTS 



Aylmer Orange Marmaiada. 2>^-ih. iar..^T# 

Morton's Fried Whitebait, per Hn_ S4# 

Aytaaer Pare Strawberry Jam. 4's, per tia-4»# 

Palm "Firaaide" Toffe e, lb. .. S6# 

Chfieiniss Mixturi, H) 1R<» 

Regent Chocolates, lb Iift<» 

EXTKA SPECIAL 
Australiaa CoRMrta, ^ _ P 1 |« 

^ Ihs. for — — . — ^ — T jjT~T ^ 

Australiaa tnhanaa, O 4 ^ 

a lbs. for _ file 

(Limit of 4 lbs. each to a customer.) 

Caaada Dry Qingcr Ale, '/5 doz. in carton, 99t 
Canada Dry Oiacer Ale, 1 do/, in carton .f 1.76 
Oold Brand Frutt Wbiea. per iiottle. 40<' 
Christmss Stockings. SB^, 994, 7R<« 

up to _ „.._H-.,... 90.7S 

per bottle 9M4 and 



All Theae Ittmg DiapUytd on Main Aitlt of Orocory Doportmont 

Meltis Pressed Figs. Crystallised Oinger. Mooca 
Figs, Milbury Phims. Liquor Gooseberries, As- 
sorted Fruits, Pineapple Pieces 



. I "'f d r u m fi5<' 
Clarnico Orange an<l Lemon Pieces, i <r rjr 
ton, 520<» .ii:,! 

Clarnico Dessert Peaches, per carton 40^ 

Clarnico Aaaortad ToffeOb per tia 994 

494 

Clarnico Marzipan S^ctioa8..90^ and Bl.OO 
French Glace and Crystallised FniiU. . BB^ 

BO^. 91.26 and B2.SB 

"Crimson Glow" Coffee Set, tilled with ! - 

lates _............„... 

"Crimaoa Olow" Snitar Diit with cho. i-.V 

- „....f3.00 

• Crimaoa Olow" Cahe DIah. with chocolates, 
■ M.BO 



Lowney's Cedar Chaata. filled with cli . i.t. v 

f"*" ... ffl.50 

I.uwiif y s Ira Tr^ and Chocolstei 95. »0 
Ganong s Cedar Chest, with chocolstCB..BB.60 
Necdler's Assorted Boobona, 4.1b. tin.^M.SO 

Mackintosh's Toffee 80# and «0< 

Prya, Neilaoa'a. Moir'a. Ganong s 
and Terry'a Fancy Boaea Chocolates at. ,„r 
box. 40^, T8<k. Bl.BB. fa. IB, $3.78. 
g5.fJ0. 9f^.TiO ail I B14.00 
Willard's Mixed Chocolates. "Season's Greet- 
ings," .\ 11,. |,<.x Bl.OO 
Lowney's Special ChriataMa Bossa Of Chnco- 

■> I'ox ........."....ilAB 

Royal Seal JeUiea. per box 324^ 

iU^ loal Oraage aad LoMn Slices, per 

- ■-■ . ■ -IpSB^^ 



GROCERY SERVICE DEPT.-T0BACC08, CIGARS AND CIGARETTES 
In Christmas WrapPers Make Accepttble 
Gifts 



Cigars, 
B::.25 



in bcsccs, priced St 994f $1*00, 91M 

»"<l 02. 40 

Include Batchelor, Tanlelas, .Stonewall Jack- 
-son, Arabella, La Palina, Simon s Seconds, Gold 
Coin, Acer and Dimple. 

C.- ley's. Clarnico, Bende 
75« . HO^. »0f ,. f 1. 

Shop early lor best selections, as our stock 



Qgarettea, priced at BO^, BB#, f l.OO 

" - 01.10 

Include rtirrct, i'.ritish CotisoU, .Vlillbank 
R«icktnglii*.-.n. ()xfor(l>. Cnld Makt, K 
^^■^l< he.stcr and I )i 
Tobacco, 
BO<k an,! 

li^Mf 7^"^** British Consol,' McOooald's. 
Old VIrginIs, Old Chum and Picobsc. ' 



'ixie. 

in ;i-It>. tiii.>, priced at.. 



K\ por;, 
.904, 79t 



for best selections, aa our stock is rapidly becoming depleted 
Huntlty ft Pglm^g. Pg.k FrMn'i, J«Dob.', ChriaUfa. Ormond s. Independent 



THE VITAL 



CHRONIC fatigue ahould not be ncRlccted. Chronio 
fatlKne take* the icy out of living. Then, thrro 
if Blwaya the danger that your ayatem will gnuhmlly 
beeome weaker and flome serioufl lllnos« develop. 
Tlie nimpli* way to overcome ehronic fatigue is to 
create in the body larger atpres of calcium, phoo> 
phorua and iron-^he "Vital 3". These three elementa 
pro needed for the ereation of new 
energy, vigor and strength. They 
enrioh the blood, tone up the nenrna, 
pf irnulMto (ippclitc nn*! help clifjeHt f()<;d. 
\i>n ran iiicrettse your auppliea of the 
"Vital 3" by takinff Pdlows* Synip 
rrgulHrly tlirro times a d.iy. In 
addition. Frllows' Synip will bring 
you potafwium, sodiura -and other 
mineral atih«tnnces wliich, roinliined 
with the "Vital 3", keep the blood 
I >ro alkaline and balp lo plOfOBt 
tluit "tired fooling". 

VMiile Fellown' Svnip hruf fv^rn |,n «. rihM hr 
pta-iirinn^ for <K) vrnr-^, mh I its unrth in 
rr, <)jmir,e<| in roiinlnes, modem rr-« ar, h 
hAn fcMin.l th«l xUiuate suppiiee of ealnmn, 
plH<i«).h..nis and ir..r! nre fur more needed by 
llie li nuan svsf.-m ,n the originator of the 

1' •'"<>«'•' |^'^|^2^''S^^b*n be §nk pal tkia 
the market. ** 

Don't drag around dnv nftor dav 




irag around dsv nftor , week aft«T 
weok, with ehronie lnttgMP. Tak* Felkywe* 
Fsnip Hf vifniire younwlf with the "Vital S^ 
j"y Ml Of. JMa^ Mittm Al 
all drug atores. 



FELLOWSr 



World Famout 

COMPOUND 



IM 



OF NY^O^NOtPNITIf 



1— CALCIUM 

intal to life an<l hrniih. Con- 
stant aad adwMiato smpUes 
of ealehim at* afwolatahr B«e> 

r^snrv to promote BOrmal 
ji' ii' M of miiKrlen and nerrM, 
tu liuilil and to prp«erve ntrong 
ri^id l>oiir« nml pound t(»eth. 
Too low n (i\ip|ilv of rnlritim 
eau»M ovrnwti-'itivB n^rvM, 
irritable muRrlM, d«>rn%>'.t 
f'^fh and aoftfited hon. • 
Ordinary diets ar« more likrlv 
to bs l ili h a l ia saifbun than 
la any ether whut al sjaaas a t 

1-PHOSPHORUS 

iiiu>orfnnf r(innt.itt]nit of 
«ll rrlls of thr fiod.v, of th*> 
\<nnpn Bn-I Klnndiiliir fi!«mi««, 
• nd fir«t nmon« nil mif -iinro^ 
M a nerve fiM>d. N '*<''>f>n.<trv 
for ngulating and maintninmc 
the BMitralHy nf Ui« blwKi and 
far suataiBinK ita normal tan»> 
peratura. Abo naxdad fer 
turning starehy foods (hreati, 
notato^ mnr) into eneray. 
V •*< *iippn«a are asedad 

3 IRON 

Tba entire nfore of iron in fhn 
kuaaaa ayatpm i.^ ' . ' .il.oiit 
uua t*n til of an oimr*', and 
«iaBataaSf«Minaef Iktedyaam. 

ic element Is nrnmmrr to 

mninfuin enerty utrrntth and 
f\ . n life ilarlf. If rnoii^h iron 
ia not ctippliiNl every dav to 
tho Iwviv cilia and rrd hlood 
eorpuarli-a. thi Mood itrram 
will draw mion th« miDili 
plori"^ in th* |i\rr, 
and l- no murrow, thui 
weakrninc th« entire Nv|y 
•*ruet.«if«. AMMMia Mtd thin 

i»«»tanisf^*^ ' * 



Little Bedtime Stories 

Peter Doubts His Own Eyeo 
-V>y THORNTON VV. B!TPr.g8B - 



'i 



Huntley ft Palmer's in »/^-Lb. Airtight Packagea 

30^ Card Party Hors D'Oeuvre • Osborne 

'or 20*» Critpbit 

Cheesa Assorted ZQr Kmpi.e 

CocktsU Assorted 30c Breskiast 

TW. Anoimt ... 994 Ooldan Paff 

Coronation. Oval Thin Arrowroot, Fancy 



Caviar Toa«!t . 
Asierted Wafers 
BMtter Fingers .. 

Readitoast 

Royal Pvff 



.30# 

so# 



Shortbread. 




in tins from iyi Jbs, to 5 lbi« 



Crackeri, 
many other 



As Peter Rabbit reached the edge 
of the Oreen Forest on his way 
home to the dear old Brier Patch he 
drridcd to mn.over to the we^dy 
I'd to see if the Onowflskes and 
iree Sparrowi and the Horned 
Larka were stU there. They were, 
but almost st once Peter di.srnvrred 
that they had company. Twltter- 
Inf cheerfullv. a.s he bii.<iily pirked 
seed* nut of the top (jf a \\>-f^i\ which 
stood above the snow, wa.s a bird 
Jiut a little blRfter thnn Chicoree 
the Ooldnnrh Peter looked twice 
and then rubbed his e.vca. 

Gracious, goodneaal " he mut- 
irred. 'It must be that aomethlnc 
is wronf with my eyea ao that I am 
seeing red. I've Just siran one bird 
dressed In rod. Piny the Grosbeak, 
and now there's another, it cer- 
tainly mii.'it be my eyes Dotty the 
TYec .Sparrow Lr over tiieie. for I 
heard hi."* voire; i wonder if he will 
j look red ' Peter hopped near enough 
I U) Bet R Rood look at Dotty and 
I found him dressed Ju.s; a.s he should 
be Th.it relieved Petera mind. It 
wBd flear that his eyas were quite 
all riKht Then he returned to kMk 
nt the happy little stranger picking 
.'<eeds from a weed top. 

Thr top of his head waa bright 
rrd. There waa 00 doubt about it. 
HU back waa toward Peter, and but 
for that bright red cap P«ter cer- 
tainly would have ml.-^taken him fori 
one of his friend.^ among the Spar- ' 
row family You «e*. hla back was I 
girylah brown Peter could think 
of leTeral f.parrowa with back very 
much like him. But when he looked 
cloaely he saw that just«above his 
tail this little stranger wore a plnk- 
L'^h patch and that was SOOWthlng 
no .Sparrow al Peter's aocnalatancv 

Thai the llv«ly utue strmnger 
turned to face Peter, and a pair o( 



Cheese Assorted, Oval Osborne; Milk ■.;;d"Hone7cVeam"chreli'- 

"•'.•'•!• I"! 

Rich Mixed^ Petit Beurre. Digeetive, Bath Oliver. Osborne. 

. ' Mted Afternoon Taa. llaaHin. 

vsrietic*. in fancy tins. 

Peek 
•»0 



Royal Windsor . . 
Assorted Savoy 
Cheddar Sandwich 

{oybells 
(hartoum 

A f ts m eo B Tea ~ 



Fancy 




Frean's Biscuits in 

Imperial Afternoon ., 

Water biscuita •*«<» 

Glaxo Nursery 994 

Royal fcatch thortbroad 

lor 99f 

Lak aaid a To< 

Half-Pound Airtight Packets 



ins 

Twiglets 404k 

Caviar Paffa 4B# 

Duchess Assortment . 994 
Fsmily Asaorted .. ftn<> 
Peek, Preaa'a Aaaart 
tini for 4Ji.tib 



Osborne 20^ 

Cream Crackers 'iti^ 
Marion 2 tt 

Bourbon '£Ttt 
Swiss Flake Sandwich ^ft^ 
Araby Sandwich 



he saM, "how do you like 

iiTi, f^lf"?^' Anything wrong 
with mer 1 waa t«i«bt that it is 
very ImpoUtc to stare at anyone i 
•■•aa your mother forgot to tenrji 
you Buumers ' 

Peter paid no aftrnlion to what 
was .said but ronMiiiicf; to .stare 
"My. how pretty you are'" he 
claimed. 

The little 
His brr.u^; 

he was 

throat was black and his 
streaked with reddish-brown. He 
looked pleased at Ptler^ ramark 

"I'm glad you think Tm oreuv " 
•id ha. T like pink mf5f ifc 
It very much Indeed I suppose von 
have already seen my friend 
the Grosbeak " 

PptT nodded. "I ve 
from mattv Ma 
aaid he. 



Wavei 



e«- 



st ranger was pretty 
>-v was pink Below this 
white The nUddle of his 



19 



Piny 



just come 



ButUr PuS 



Sunningdale 

Neata 

Colorado Cream . 
Grand Fleet 
Dorcheater Wafer 



King's Own 

Water Biscuit 
Family Aasorted 
Assorted CreasM 
Water Bteaita ...1. 



NUn IN tHSLL 

Filberts, ll> 

•■tra Large Fdbcrta. p- r ii. 
Oregon Extra Large Filberts, prr lb. 
California No. 1 Budded Walnuts, M. 
Camamla No. 1 Diamond Walnuta. II 
Manchurian Walnuta. per lb. 
Oregon Franquette Walnuts, per 11. 

Medhifli Brasils, per li. 

Large Brazils, |.. r 11. _ 

Large Polished Brasils. per lb 

Tarragona Almonda. per lb. .. 
Paper-lhell Almonds, per lb. „ 

Large Cheetnuts, per Ih 

II No. 1 



Cream Brazil 

Acsdemy Cresm 
Msjcstic ChocolaU 

for 

Wheat Chocolate T 

Oswofa _ 

Oraagaa aad 



2S<> 

Wafer 
dO^ 





Strawbtrriaa and Cream 994 

Lemon Paff Cream > 2B# 

Narie „ 25 

Custoda 26^ 

Rsspberrien and Cu8tard2S<^ 
Assorted Shortcake 26<' 



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Shortcake 99* Thin r.««.;., 

'^It Small ChetTT MacaroonOO? AT'" 

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5JFhea» Crunch 994 Cherry Macaroon . 

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Valencia Almonda. FlsQliam, per lb 

Jordan Almonda, per lb 0O#, 65 < 

Fttberta, p«r lb 

Blanched Ahnoflda, birge. per lb. 

Blanched Jnmbo Brasils. per lb. _ 

Brssila, per lb „„ 

Bitter Almonds, prr Id . ^ 

Cashew Nuts, j.- r i 

Blanched Jordan Almonds, per lb. 

Pistachio Kernels, per of „ 

Salted Almonds, prr lb, . 

Finest Perarn. ,,er lb. . . 

Salted Pecans, per lb. 

Sahed Caahews, per lb. ^ 

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DAVID SPENCER. 



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THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA, li.C. TLKSDAV. DiiCliAlBiiR VI 1<M.^ 





PERMANENT 

« Wl CwMMte f«r 

GHIISTMAS 

2S0 



A Kraas' raraMMMat I* • wartk- 

whIU (tri, and onr whirh wohM 

br avrirrUUil by Moltiri Suirr 



Halrralllnr 

> < rlhiic 

rtacar Wavta* 




oks Provide Valuable 
Christmas Gift Medium 

Hy MARGARET MACLURE 
— A Good Book Is a Gift of Lasting Quality' 



There Li no gift lo welcome M a 
well chosen book, and It should 
preferably be ona that can be read 
and re-read. Make sultabUlty and 



pcrmanepoe 
Diqrlaff. n 



your initeit«ords when 



Tba ta* mm be 



a de 



tM.Tf:;« .vT^^.^^ ■ eiioru to great 

WBUUI one this Christmas. owIhk rirhrs. winch he ertntuallr tamed 



*o ttie unusual output of interest 
km Md distinctive books, many of 
Which, open up new (icid.s of knowl- 
eclK<> unci of thought All the books 
niPiitloned here can be had In the 
Victoria shops, and I have confined 
siy list mainly to those which seem 
to have the quality of penMttiniee 
to desirable in a gift book. 

A BMA— and especially the kind 



other tremendoua book Is "Anthony 
Adverse." bjr Henry Allen, which is 
novMaf made into a great fcatui . Ifi 
pieture. it is the life story ot h Ti/ 
man wli.. h rn to pxtremo ixjverty, I »l 
rose b\ > own efforts to great 'T^ 



Mt —u-^ J w.. -..iu .tupjHMiraiTO tKK)k and has been ex- 

2w?rs\:?H" fr^^^'l '-."-'V popular with men rTade^'s 



his back upon 

nUOD ITOBT 

"AU Men Arettimles. " bv Rich- 
ard Aldlngham, Is a romantic love 
story with a happy ending, covering 
the period 1900 to 1927. The action 
takes place in more than one E\i- 
ropean country a.s well a.s Ix^ndon 
and pi^oviiK lal Kngland. It !« a 
.sophlstlcatrti b<K)k and has been ex- 



always hard to chooee a book for 
However, no matter what hus ta.sles 
Ji-ipl'- n to be. he will surely appre- 
< ' • <irh a Klft as "The Intelligent 
Mil 1 1 fiev iew of Europe Today," by 
(' i> H. Cole and Margaret L Oole, 
of Oxford. This Is a book not 
rnen?iy to nad. Mtt (6 fMpTW 
wiu be aa — * — " " * 



As an antidote to depression 
"Por Ever England," by Qenerai 
Meeiin, has been highly recom- 
mended. It Is a most Invigorating 
and stimulating book, and aooord- 
Ing to The London OaUy TWegraph, 
•hould be widely read In theee days 
01 anxiety and unre.st 

RUSSIAN CLASSIC 

Another powerful book is "Fnm 
Double Kagie to Red nag," by 
Oeneral Kraesnoff. Hils will be 
f fine addition to anyone's ooUec 
tlon. as it is dastiaed to be a Rus 



Poor S|)lendid Wlng»— The Rii". 
settle and Their Circle.- by fVanees 

^n'^^ff' JSJL^ ^ 1**^ 

Atlantic IS.000 non-Hctlon prtee. it 

dtsolbea the revolt of a group <.i 

a nthu H a a tlc young rebels agaimti 



Yuletide Season Rin 

Good Values in Gifts at Spencer's 



HANDBAGS! 
■ HANDBAGS ! 

One of the Most Popular Gifts on Record 

And Doubly Popular at These Prices 




$1.98, $2.98, $3.95 
and $4.95 



Ic 



inc, (K-iuiinc Lcatlu'r llandhags, ma( 
wall superior .skill, and iicitlv finishrd. 
Pouch or envelope styles, with iijiitr zipper 
pockets for safety! 



Green, Grey. Navy, Brown and Black 
Fitted With Purse and Mirror 



TbU9 are few men I am sure, 

' Who would not enjoy "The Mea- 
Olrs of a BritLsh A^ent,' bv R H 
Bruce Ix)ckhart. Thi.s i.s a gen- 
uinely thrilling book, crowded with 
celebrltie.s and ha.s some Interesting 
sidelights on European history be- 
fore and during the war. 
That very important and valuable 

7^ Ji"^" of David 

l^^rd Oeoisa'' should be of Rreat 
«H«ia« to most men, but there are 
Who would better appreciate 
Oeorge Bernard ahaws "The Po- 
litical Madhouse In ftWlin and 
Nearer Home " 

For the man of quiet literary 
taste. E. V. Lucas' "Reading, Writ- 
lug and Remembering" might prove 
to be a delightful ooopanion for 
an evening by the flraaide. as also 

Adventures,' 
a,"* *»• ■*>• Winston Churchill 
is extremely lntmatti« and 
brlllianUy written. 

In the same category put "Char- 
acters and Clrcum.iUnce.s," by 
Lytton strachey; John C'.alsworthy's 
Candelabra," a volume of essays 
and addre.s.se.s; "The Letter* Ot D 
H. Lawrence. • with introdueUon by 
Aldous Huxley, and B. F. Beaaon's 
MOSraphy of "King Edward Vn." 
A RARE GIFT 
"John Hampden's England." by 
John Drlnkwater. would make a 
"re gift, but if you happen to 
know any man who is homesick 
for "good old London," there's an 
Ideal book waiting for him. "The 
**Ce of I^don, ' by Harold P 
Chinn. 



"Twenty Years A-Orowlng" Li a 



To those who are Interested in 
Chronicle novel.-i, following tlie for- 
tunes of a family through more than 
one generation. Hugh Walpoles 
Vanessa" will appeal. It Is the 
fourth and last of the "Herrias" 
series, a vast saga ot the Vtotarlan 
and Edwardian eraa. 

OALSWORTHT BOOK 
"Over the River." by John Gals- 
worthy. l8 a much more absorbing 
volume than the earlier books deal- 
ing with the Cherrll family. It 
holds two interwoven romances 
' Dinny s" own and that of her sis- 
ter, Claire, who runs away from a 
sadistic husband to seek haoDlnasB 
in her own way. -wness 

There is no need to i«mind an v 
m» o(tht "Jalna" series, bv Ma/o 
de la Roche, .so well estnhh.shed i.s 
it In fame, and "Ttie Ma.ster of 
Jalna" amply sustaln.s thw tradi- 
tion. Some of the relationships In 
thl.s book are .surprising In their 
complexity, but there Is a fresh new 
element m the character of the 
young Pauline, crystal clear and ex 
quisite 

•Marie Antoinette,- by Btefan 
zweig was anoChdr Book of the 
Month selection, and is said to be 

22L ? J***. ^ on the 

'WOoh Itevolutlon ever written 

Tron there Is a splendid book 
about that great queen, "Elizabeth 
of England. ' by Milton Waklman 
describing her one true love .story 
You may wish, perhaps, to pre- 
sent .something more suited to the 
sophi.sticftted modem taste? Let 
me recommend "Here Oomes the 
King, by Philip Lindsi^r. It is the 
nary or a royal butterfly's tragic 
P««*on under Henry vnr and is 
v«y d»tat tndewi. it might be 

J?" uye book 

to grandmamal 

STUPENDOUS WOBK 

♦w*^*!? *• • wPrtnt this season of 

SSi-^"'?^*^ ^ Romaln 

R«lMd. "Jean Chri.st/>pher. • All 
books are contained in one vol- 
ume. Edmund Ooss ha.s railed this 
the greatest novel of the century.' 
It would be a very valuable cfift to 
the one who can appreciate It 
Beverly Nichoi.s charming book' 
A Thatched Roof," will be wel- 
comed by anyone who has read 



Gift Sweaters 

for Women 



'iillovcrs of cardiKMu .styles, wl.iclievcr you require 
Ail fiiu' woul (|uality and smartest Stylet. 

All-Wool Cardi.t^Mns in a fancy weave, will, I,,,,,- 

sleeves and two patch pockets. Shades n,st l.h.c 
vyitu'. I.t.ttlc KTcen. brown and black. 

Sizes 34 to 44 



I'ullovcrs of r.rusliod \Vo(.I. ii, turtle 
Unin sleeves and deep band at waist, 
arkt. -rci II. white, blue and brown. 

vSizes 32 to 36 



$1.95 

neck style. 
Shades are 

$2.95 



I'M.c Wnr.l (ar<l,;:an Sweater., u ith lonp sleeves 
and four-button fastenings, tl.u- hem and cuffs 
trimmed with a contrasting edge. Siiades are wine 
brown, powder, navy and blaci 
Priced at 



$3.95 

—Sweaters, l.it F'lo,>r 



GIFTS FOR BABY 




Ca^ol 
Singing 

i"vcry .Morning This 
Week h^ 

SPENCER'S CHOIR 
On the Main Fj oof 
From 9 to 9:20 



Spencer s 
Choir 

Will Sin^ Over CVCT 
Thi.s livening at 8:15 in 
Aid of the Friendly Help 
C hristmas Hamper Fund 



Smart Leather Coats 

for Women 

$7.50 



Kainbow Stript Silk 



See This 
Special at 

Coats of real leather, well tailored, belted and witli stand- 
up or notch col l a r and slash pocke t s. Shides are g reen 
red, navy, brown and black. — « " — 



Sizes 14 to 4<.l 

—Mantle U«-i'l 



!M floor 



4^ 





All-Wonl .Miftens, in white, 
scarlet, blue and 
pink, A pair 



.35c 



Infants' Three -I'iecc \\ 
Sets— coat, bonnet and bootee 
f'ltilv. white or 
l>liic. A set ..„ 



$1.75 



Knitted Wor.l Scarf and Tarn Sets f.. 
liaby, m blue, navy, nini/e ;,i 
Blue and white . 1 ^ 

only. A set... ^ 1.19 



A II- Wool Bootees, in pink, blue or white 
range from 



A good price |j \ 



tran.^latlon from the orlRlnal Irish, 
told In the .simple but pirtiire.sque 
lanjruaKe of the yoiiiiK lad who was 
born and brcniKht up on the Bias- 
kett lslnnd.s, a .smaltgreup Juat eff 
the Kerry coast. 

rnterUlnlng book to give a man, 
HallWajMButherland. This has be. n 

Sli niT*** San Michele 

SSfLJ?* aiitobloKraphy 



Down the Garden PatlL" What 
that book has done for the ouUide 
of Mr. Nichol's houae "A Thatched 
Roof does for the inside Martha 

rS^*)?^!. "f^ ^"J' • PT'^IoKue to 

JO British Oelumblan.s, a.s the /scene 
to set in the KamUxn>R vnlley She 
has In this book written a genuine 
romance, more powerful and ao- 
>eaiing than her fanner atttoUc 

novels. •••wJt- 
•Tho Hou.se of Exile," by Nora 



25c to 45c 




Today, 



Enamelled Cigarette 
Cases 

.49c and 95c 



amadng epLvxIes. 

Another dellRhtful book, with a 
fasrlnatinB: travel interest Is "Raa- 
gle-TaRRle," by Walter Starke. tSs 
1.S Kuaranteed to send depression 

i ffi.."^ ▼Mmbom adventures of 
ajirnvwrtty mtmaer and hto fid- 

■ALTT TAmm 

Td the man who loves the sea 
-Trade Wlnd.s." by ix^uLs Karnltyer,' 
should appeal, this beliiR the unu- 
•uwejperlences and adventures of 
• PSHI seeker to the Sooth Ssas. 

BOYS' BOOKS 

"Heroes of Civilization." by Joeeph 
fottler and }l (Uffe, would be an 
in.<pirlnt{ book to Rive any boy It 
de.srrlbes the careers and aehleve- 
menu of world famous ptaneaia of 
Civilisation. Another bSSlS 

KeeptafUp With Setenoe," by Ed- 
JSSSf^ TOs daals with Rii 

In the sdentlfio world 

Wsw turning to general 
and^ non-flctlon. Mary of 
eth," by Mary Borden ts 
mind at least worthy i,, i„ ....^.^^ 
br.Mde Paplnl.s Life of Christ on anv 
i'o<,k.shelf Tills book has been the 
obj ect of a oontroversv in '-WMlon 
m gmt as Iq oauat a lafmait 
■5*<AIITIC NOVELS 
One of the strongest novels of the 
year Is "A Glastonbury Romance - 
by John Cowper Powls. It is of vast 
design and has a rich diversity of 
rharactera. who are seen 'ntlmatalr 
iM.m within as well as vHMy tnn 
without^Some people nay net like 
the importance tiM author astfirns 
to physieal pa«lon. Like TT h 
Mr. Fowls writes boldly 
won* natters which by other *Tit- 
are ignored .ir Rloc«;ed 
Pr. no ohe l an qm st 



nction book of the year." 

VOTE AGAINST 



AOASSIZ. B.O.. Dec. 18 fCP) - 
Agassis wlU remain dry. havinir 
voted 144 against havTrJ a ^er 
P"''<». and W In favor, yesterday. 

telling warynM yni Mat kaan her 

In clothe*." 

B "That s noLhinjr I bouRht hei 




hiT^f.\^VT'' ^'T*^'* l'^'^^' ''and- 

'nL excXnt^lf^r 

Imported Brassieres 

From Paris - 

These French Bra.ssicies 
make ideal grifts— exclusive, 
and fashioned in the very 
most up-to-date styles 1 




A model of rose beige lace lined with net • 
IS perfectly shaped. Sells for only ' 



fiction 
Nazar- 
to my 
placed 



An I'plift 4^rassiere is particularly ador- 
able in « hue tucked net. Price .... . 



HAN','! 



over 
the 



■••■•rv skill of this great work. An- 




IWack lace is very •ophiaticated and "Frenchv " 
w.th very low back and narrow elastic 
shoulder straps. Each 

Hand-embroidered, this Pmk Net Brassiere 
i'rici^;... "^^^ ^''"^ buttoning. 



$1.00 
$1.25 

Made 

1.75 



Ouutanding Valuaa in 

Gift Lingerie 
at $1.00 

Tlii.s boaiitiHil-(jiiahty Ra'von 
Silk Lingerie is richly trimmed 
with lace inserts, lace or em- 
broidered insets. 

Pyjamas, two-piece styles, in 
pastels or two-tont combina 

tions. 

Nightgowns, in pastel shades; lace-trjmmed. 
Princess Slips, lace-trimmed or plain. 
Vest and Bloomer Sets, good shades and all sizes. 
. All in Chf-iatmas Gift Boxes ! 

— UndarwMr, Ut Floor 

Gift Slippers for Women 

Fine Quality Silk Boudoir 
and Lounging Slippers, in 
black and color combina- 
tions. A wide choice of 

styles. A pair ^1.86 

I'atent r.eatlier d'Orsa> 
Slippers, with silk 
pompons and colored 
ilk linings A 
)air ^1.69 

Packard's d'Orsay Slippers, with Cuban heels, ratent, 
brown, red or blue leather. A pair 91.95 

Indian ^foc(•a-ill .'clippers (if ^nperior quality, bl|clcsl%m. 

horse and elk leathers, Beaded. A pair flS.OO 

Hair-Seal Moccasins fS.OCf 

— weeiia'i mmm, m yieor 

Fine Gift Linens 

Special Values Today 

Ture Linen Damask Cloths, with napkins to match. Pure 
bleached and a choice of four designs. 

Size fi8 X (A inches, each ^ S2.40 

Si^e f.H .X 8/) inches, each „ M.^H 

Napkins, dozen „ $2.9H 

Hemstitched Damask Luncheon Sets, cteth 55 x 70 
inches, and 6 napkins for , ^.SO 

Luncheon Sets of lovely fine-weave linen, in io/t shades 

of green and gold. 

(O X 60-inch cloth and 6 napkins, set f3.85 

54 X 72-inch cloth and (> napkins, set f4.S0 

' ni< n lied Sets, neatlv I)oxe<l for presentation. Includes 
'1. pair 80 X 100-inch pure Irish linen sheets and one 
I'lir pillow cases. Snowy white and hemstitched. A 
'■^ ••••••••••••••••»«•••••«•.•.—.««»«•.•......,.......... 90.05 

— at«pU«, Main Floor 



PtT Pair 



$1.95 

An Kxtra Heavy 
Service-Weight Silk 

I lose with specially 
reinforced line lisle 
foot and garter hem. 




ImiII fashioned, with 
fashionable shades 




comfortably widened tops. In all 
A very popular choice — and particu- 
larly attractive in the Christmas box you will receive 
with your purchase. 

— Hoalwr. Main rioo' 

CUSHIONS 

For Giiristmas 

^'otl will he delit,ditcd with the very coiii|)lefe a>.sor|aiffbt 
of Fine Cushions you will find in our Drapery Dept. 
Kound Cushions, covered with celanese, rose, green, blue 
aiui gold, with appliqued motifa. Each ^jio 

i.ar^e Half Circle Cushions, covered with fine (|uality 
celancsc taffeta shirred; fan shape effect. All cfdors 

« 92.45 

I aiicy Cushions with cdaaese coverinir f»yon panels 
92.75 

i.ari^e Round Cushions, 24 inches in diameter, rusched 
to ( litre, decorative rote centre motif. All colors. At. 
each ^ 



93.75 

- nr«prry. Jnd Floor 



What a Gift for a Man ! 



a will. lur a man! 

A Leather Windbreaker 
or Leather 

Coat 



r 



Wo'-l I.iiM d Leather Wind 
breakers, with elastic waist 
and storm cuffs. All sizes, 
black or brown ..9B*M 

Snrde \\ indbreakers, with 
l.itics ciiec k lining. elastic 
v\ai.^t and (ioiiic fasteners. 
Dark fawn. All giaet, |UI.96 

Genuine Horsehide W indbreakers, with Wool lining, n 
smart style coat with storm ctiffa, atrtp tnd -buckle at 

waist. All sizes 99.75 

Oenuine Horsehide Coat with full, all-leather belt 
lined, and with storm dtffi; 32 inches long. Blacic.' 

sizes ^ 




plush 
All 
911.95 

o4(«n'« Furnlahlnst, Main Floor 



is ( xtrciiulv 

$1.50 



m nm>t 



UMful 

Otfltat 



Bridge Table Covers 
•41.00 and$1.50| 




Sold in bulk, per oz 

Or in 1-oz. original bottles. 
yj-oz. original bottles 



Most attractive in suedette cloth or rayon 
silk, with fancy motif on < orner. .\ verv 
popular style, with elastic attachments 
on each comer to hold the doth m place. 
Aitorted colors. 



PERFUME 



The two latest odors 
by "LANVIN." Paris, 
are now in "^trx k. 

"MY SIN" 
A fascinating, alluring 
rreafion. Sf>b! ' I' 

per ounce 94.50 

Or in I-o«. original 
bottles 95.50 
'/i-oz. original bottles 
•t 98.1B 

"SCANDAL- 

A distinctive, interest- 
ing, clinging Perfume. 

98.B0 

$7.00 




Gift Gloves 

and 

Gauntlets 

for Men 

of Tan 



Capeskin, 
dome 
make, 
at. 



nioves 

fleece lined, with 
fasteners. I'errin's 
All size*. Special toda 

• P««r 9iM 

Cauntlet Gloves with astra- 

... 1. ... . „ Chan back and leather fronts, 
with rubber int«rluung. Strap and buckle fastenin 



pair 



All 
1.60 



Gauntlet Driving Gloves, fleece lined, stitf or soft gaunt- 
let : black or brown. Allthets 91.95 and 92.8O 




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Scrip 

Spencer's Merchandise Scrip is redeem- 
able in anv of onr store*— rad sold at our 
Douglas Street Entrance, Main Floor. 




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