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NO. 273-S£V£NTY.FIRST Y£AR 



VICTURIA, 3mTA:»a COLLAimA, aAiUKAJAl, OClOBUt 1929 











Jub Prlntliin - - 197 

News EdIUM- iin.l i->lltorlal RocmU- . M mod 11 
SooUl Ediiurs uid City UaU Heportu.. UIL 





TWCN I Y PAGES 



UBOR FACES GRAVE ISSUES AS HOUSE OPENS 




WitJi Air! From Powerful 
Supportcis, block Ex- 
change Recovers From 
Thursday's Day of Terror 

«4/> iPtSASltJi HIT 
\ iUKOWLY AVEHI EU 



Viciorim Heads 
List as Highest 
In Examinations 

VANCOUVtJR BC, Oct, 25 
Rfsiiltfi o( tin" rec-nt ex»m- 
inatloru held by the British' 
Columbia Phannftceuttcal An- 
lociaUoa show thai J. E. Smith. 
Vletorlft, beadfld ihs lUt Id 
major inanlniitioni with a total 
of 009. 

J. a. BptuT, Nanalmo, tba only 
other Vancouver Island Btudent 
In the list, was successful In 
pasalnf the minor examinations 
with a mark ot 405. 

PLANE DO 



Report Declares Bankers 
ForiTi Riilion-Dollar Pool 
to Stabilize the Market 
aiul Stav Panic 



N 



EW VORK, <>t 2S 
came gropinit out, 
wai lodsy ss fitalwarl 



WaU Street 
->i tiip dark- 
leadprs ol 

fnmnce and Indiwtry .iwpjjt away thr 
blitck. cloud of Impending disaster 
ihat itnictk terror to the Iwarta of 
s '-culaton and tnveston yeit«rd»y. 

I owerful rapport was thrown Into 
ihe stock market and hundreda of 
iMuw cUMed the day 93 to tai 
higher, havlof sutatanttally reduced 
thp loam Buflmd in fotarday'i 
stampede ot mSSUm, ttie noit Tlolenl 
•'ii'T expeiMSKWii 

cvsBT novai antus 

When the stock clearing corps an- 
ii 'i need that yesterday's trans- 

artirn:^ had brrn ronip>ted. proof 
was pri'Mdccl llint nil siorit pxcliange 
in-Miitw^r hi.u»efi iiiiil Iwrii iib> to 

pu'.ticd lo Uie wall, DiAasUuii* niar- 
kfi cniiapaeA In yean past have al- 
muat inevltaWy resulted In the fail- 
ure of one or mora brokerage 
houses. 

That Wall Street was able to 
sUnd inch a shock as It received 
yeiiti rrlay, was generally regarded In 
banktiiB circles as convincing evl- 
dfiiir .<r tiie fundamental sound - 
nt-v--. Iinandal strticture. 

Fiirthei'uiore. broksni bottH In 

Amerlea and abmAd i i m agsad the 
opinion that the oMtt U t ttMio n 
had bean vaitty Insnnnd br ttw 
ooUapse of ovar-exiandad q>ecu- 

tatlve Ktruetnre. 

Ailhough no official ronflrmatlor 
WHS avnllable, a rrpurl (tmernlly 
Bfrrrdlted In refli>oii.nblc clri le* was 
t.. ihe effect that Xht conferences 

r i^anken at the offloaa o< J. P. 
Murgan «t Company yastardaj had 
rcsuliad la tta* tmaUaa or a blUion 
dollar pocd to rtilllHaa ttw stock 
market. 

TmADma aoaxw VEvnuH 

TradlBa on both the stock end 
eurb exfdunaM was again at a 

feverish pace durlnc the early hours 
of the session, but slackened up 
con-ildcrably toward the close. Even 
Bt it'i i.i*rtlt. trading was more orderly 
and tht'Tc wrr<» no scenes of wild 
r!ii,!iifiii>n fill ihc iradliyj floon. 

Hir tiock market was forced to 
abf='j[h A huge backwash of selling 
liom yesterday's oraah and prices 
sagged modarattir around midday, 
but as eoon as leading Aarea showed 
atitni <>[ ^•^Inn into vayjurltad de- 
cMiir. ii:iK>- buying QroBl ftppaarad 

In thL' market. 

!.ONIX>N. Oct 35.-niP eJcrltr- 

ment caused among London brokers 
OanttMai m t»f 9, C3atan i 





From thm 

Colonist 

Tower 



Soturdoy, October 26 

THIt WF.ATIIKR 

Vk:torla and vicmity Ugtat to 
m^Mtm winds. OaneraUy U» wmA 



9w» aiaaai «tW a/'alack. 
a«» Satai ttW ttMMk. 

Blgk Uin pji^Li feat 



Jour Ski - Equipped Air 
Machines Hop Off Into 
Frozen Barrens to Find 
Missing Miners 

SLEk S(>LVTIO^ 

OF OLD MYSTERY 

WINNIPEfl, Oct. 26.— A seven- 
week-old niyntery of the froien 
North wa* nfsr Rolutlon tonight. 
Four nkl-fltted sparrh planes were 
at last away an the irHil ot el^rht lout 
explorers who soarvd Into the sub- 
Arctic on September 8 and have ncrf 
sinoa been haard of. Soma time to- 
morrow, It waa expected, the ad- 
vance patrol wonld have prevcd 
through to Batmint. ttialde the 
Arctic Circle. 

Cuddled In eiderdown "ilepping 
bags under the tiny tenU, the 
searchers were re«tiinr .wmewherr nn 
the anow-cMi^tM tundni tonmht 
TlnTUgh pfrferi vcTflMT at '.ended 
their tako-ttff irom Baker Lake. Ju-st 
west of Huds.-n Bay. It was fia-Miiiird 
that the aerial quartette had been 
unable to complete the 4M-mile 
Joumav to Bathunrt without a stop 
In fa^ n maangs before the bop- 
off, from oommander o. 6. 
BluMtet, indloatad that tt waa not 
beUeved the weather would permit 
presBlng through io Battiursl. 

No longer than six hours would 
have been required for the Baker- 
to-Bathurat Jtimp and a late after- 
noon weather report from Bathurst 
gave no wurd of the search patrol. 
Plying rondlllnm at Ilie Inlet were 
better than osirll'T In it.c day, with 
vtMbtllty fair und imlchy clouds 
hang'.nif lURh !n a .'.utiht '.kv Tlu' 
Baker patrol had l)opi>cd off shnnl^ 
before 10 o'clock, almost immediately 
Bfter the belated dawn nt th" North 

Bill mm m 

AlllPLMtilS 
MADtBUHINA 

Rush Instructions to Supply 
Machines to Be Used in 
Civil War H Necessary 
Against Rebellious Army 

WAR TROUBLE IS 
YET VNCHECKED 




Walter Kagen end Horton Smith 
win play exhlblllon match at 
f'olwnod Oolf riub this after- 
niion at 1 30 o clock 
Morrison and Llneham 

HenlOT Rugby will np^n here on 
November 9. Local union adopts 
HevemJ new rulings with regard 
to tntermedlate players. To 
form refereaa' asaoclaUon. 

Two cloaa jftmas produced in Olty 
League Buketbatl. 

Knur rrnmn will oompose Com* 
ii^ff'-iHi if< '•key League thU 
;ra- \^--'y ull staT* Operations 

.srvriiu i>]ayers will tee-off 

Uplands handicap oompeU- 



uplands h a 



Local aod FrnTlnrlal — 
Mr. Sandfortl Bvans outlines some 

neF meUiods of marketing 

Oksnagan apples 
Mill Bay nectlnn of Inland High- 

a*av f'^ tM> widened and un- 

l»r>iv(»d 

1»omlnlan. ImprrtiU and PflfW 
r-^mler Macl^onald iMmg MMbee 
oil DucheM of Ton W twium 

England 

BrltUh tJitvH will hav<> U> face 
iM>rlou.i l5i\if* opening of 

PariVamenr next w»^k 

FViur ■lri>lanP!i Iiav# at last pot 

gway In aaarcb ftltar mlsi&ig 



RKANOHAT. Oct 25 Thf Na- 
ttonaltat Government today placed 
a rush order tor twelve Volght- 
Oovaalr military airplanes for pos- 
sible use in the clvtl war now wag- 
ing against the rabalUoua Kucmln- 
chun army. 

The planea are to be shipped from 
New York at an early date. Bart 
Baskey. of 8t. [^ui*, a rrprfemts- 
Uv« of thp manufac'urrr^, said this 
was the Inruf-'.t sUirIp nrdf-r of 
AmrrUaii pl^n^.^ rrcr sold In China 

'Mv iiL.ri''- cfirr^' marhlne 

guru and bomb toeds of 1.000 pounds 
■Mb. Tbrnf are axpaotad to play a 
premUiant part in maintaining the 
autborttr of the KaUonaUst Oov- 
emraant 

■mc DBADLOCUD 

eiHANORAt. Oct, »._The Min- 
istry of Forrlgn Affairs or the Na- 
tionalist Onvfrn.i'rnT .><;nl/>d UiniKhT 
that neflotlatlotifl were deadlocked 
with Russia In the att^ropL to wttle 
the dispute ovfT the rMiir«*> Emst- 
em Railway In Manchurti Tl'ie two 
countries, it wan uld. had r;iil.*d to 
faaiih an acceptable base for n^o- 
Uatlons. In a long ttatemrnt Lhe 
MMtonallst Oovenunent gave ttw 
Chinese version of the origin of the 
dispute, the statement concluding: 

nBtaoidd war eventuate from the 
SovtetH ineasaant provocatkins, Rua- 
■ta most bear the laspuiKlrtl tt y.'- 

FIANE IS SAFE 

LF. BOtTROET, Fraji'-e. Oct 35 — 
The missing airplane Knleht 'hn 

arail. which wa^ fippoM-d p^it 

In here yesterday en roule frnm 
Orxiydon, Bng . to NalroM. Kt-nvn 



TIIK litr-ii Hii'tlc II* nucrn's I'.iik. Toronto, brlwccn C o m nnmist 5 and police, w.c. ,i;ire a tame sffair. Five were picked up hy city police as 
Comnu !ii«its were lirififd horn the p;>:U ami i.lcnied the ur,h\ \o hold a meeunK The photographs here show r 1. Four young girl Com- 
munists marching s-ong singing "The Red MiiR " I'hev werr lU'i interfered with by the police. 2, William Porter, who states he waa knocked 
down bjr polka, and No. 3 wowa fiia arrest of Jeanne Corbm: irit .1., right. Fiatncintheiimaii Frank Crowa, Jwnne CorUtt and Tnmtftfl T Kat" 

Guthrie. Jciinne Corbin was one of the insurgent party. 




Mill Bay Roadway Will Be 



And Fill 



Rock Cuttint! 
on Outer Side 



LilM U 



Thirty-Two Sailors Off Ss. 
Chicago on Almost Unin- 
habited Uand Faced by 

Starvation 



RESCUE OF MEN 

SO FAR FAiLED 



SAtJLT 8TB. MARIE. Mich.. Oct 
2S — On the banran rooks of Mlchlpl- 
cnion Mand, a small band of sailors 
led by Captain P- C. Farrell. of Buf- 
falo, muter of the package freighter 
chicatin. tonight were confronted by 

TUrvatlon and the btttog Winds Of 
Lake Superior. 

Coastguard outten. tugs and other 

freiithters have madf un.'tuccc.Mful 
alicinnt.. to re*ch 'he thirty -(vo 
;iiari_'(..ned men slriro Wfdne.'y .av. 
ihiMi Ihp Chicago flrr-' v a* ti'\<. red 
Agriitind at the west end of th - nl- 
moftt uninhabited Uland which 1,-^ 
far off the usual lane.'* of grea*. lai^p:i 
tr.iiel. |f>0 iiiIlM ii'>r1hwMt. rf Saui? 
Ste Marie. Indian ftsherm^n who 
live at Quebec Harbor, a' the pmuh- 
east end of the Island, also have 
been unable to give aid, according 
to reports reaching here, 

SHIP RUNS AOROrND 

The Chicago, which 1. a 34.1-foot 
ship In the servlc or the oreat 
Lakes Transit CorporaUon, was 
driven off hrr r^'ina KOA Wn 
aground on MIchlplootOn IdBIMl 

during a rif^mOe-'an-hOQr gftte on 
Tuesday nlgbt. tww of the 

Chicago was lifted h^fh on the rocks 
and the stem was so low that tbe 

crew was forced to abandon her. 

They managed to reach the rocky 
flhore. taking with them some bed- 
ding to protect them from the Irees- 
Ing weather. Tliey were unable to 
take off any Isrge qusnL^tte.i cf 
food, and U U (c.^red thry now face 
itarvannii 

Thf .S". J"hn Mfndei.s.m and for- 
mer aiihmarin'- rh:t...fr '19. [I'^w In 
coA&tRuard *erviiT, were reported 
standing by. awaiting the oppor- 
tunity to take the men off. Wind 
and wave I have previncad these 
boats from going near the shore. 
A radio roeasage racalved at S:1B 
Ceertfanfted en Fage t. Celiimn 4 

Dead Hand Holds 
Enaim* Throttle 
As Train Jumps 



PLANS are now practically ready for the work which the De- 
partment of Public WorkB tntenda to carry out on the Mala- 
hat and st Mill Bay, on Uie other side of the oiountaln. 
There la a very extensive programme of improvementa In view at 
Mill Bny, which, when completed, will make ttul i0etlOgl Of t|M 
laland H^hwny equal to any part of the road. 

The undertaking will br carried i highway will be provided. The fill- 
out thl.1 Winter, thus Interfering as Ing seaward with heavy rock exc^ 
UtUe with traffic as pjasible. vaUonn nlll insure a pSflrmknant 

There U a stretch of rxwd there 




which is sustained on the .-miward 
side by a cribbing which was put in 
wl-ien the highway was originally 
constructed. This wooden facing is 
now beginning to dive way and en- 
dangering the roadbed behind It 

The Idea In mind fnr the improv- 
ing of the road at this point. Is to 



mmm 



Takes His Departure Qui- 
etly From Quebec and 
Sails on Duchess of York 

to England 



Ttuit part of the inlet la not nb- 
ject to very heavy weaOier and tbe 
wear tst tbe road fadng baa been 
found to be very tight. With niofc 
filling there Is no posalbUlty of any 
glvujg away of the road when the MANY FAREWELL 
plom now in view are carried to r At\C.W 

conipletlon. 
At the same 



time there will be 



MESSAGES SENT 



QUBBBO, Oct. SS^Ramsay Mac- 
Oooald. Prtoie Ulnlster of Oreat 
Britain, is on his way home. Sbnri- 



carry on blasting opn-atlons m theLoma widening and fiUaiBhicninii of 
inner aide of the road, and thereby road on the northern eide of 
secuie rock for filling In on the the Malahat, beyond the lookout 

water side of Uie road. The rock pomt This wlU be attended to tbia . 

wlU be dumped In front of cribbing I whiter, also, and the eicavated ma- ly before S o'eloefe this evemni the 
rhloh already exi&ts. thus widening terlal wUl be used to make the nil- quiet, gzey-halred man whose mis- 
the road in both dlrecUona. |„g| ^ required points along the 

When completed there will be a route. It U expected to have the 
number of curves along the water- road In excellent, form very early m 
front eliminated and a very wide) the comimc Summer. 



mm mm 
mmm m 
nm, PASSES 



Prices 

Advance 



Mikr .Appreciable 

Over 



EngUsli Wiiinnns 
Suividv l{ (t i s e s 
Title Question 



CBICAOO, Oet.aB«-«li. K. Wad- 
dlngton Oreeley, an SncUahwoman, 
wboee passport, issued iy the Brit- 
ish Oovenunent. bore the name 

"OOWnteae of Waddlngton * ended 
bar life with a tiullet nmrly two 
weeks ago. It was revealed t^xiny 
when her body was found In hrr 
Those of apartments She was thirty-two 
, 1 c • yearn old Ident ificatlon was made 

inursday and Oenliment by her half-brotber. Richard Burk- 

bart( who aald she was the widow 
or a major of the British army. 
Her husband was titled. Burfchart 
said. The tlUe deaorlbad by Burk- 
hart could not be found in Hats of 
BngMk peerage. 



Is Brighter 

FORFJdS DEMAyn 

AIDS PRICE RISE 



RUCTON. ftCd.. Oct. Running 
with a dead engineer's hand on the 
engine throttle, ten Pullman ears ot 
a Washington-New York egprans of 
the Pennsylvania RaUztMd jumped 
trie track after the lo co mo M Va had 
sldeswlped a buckled freight car 
cn the southbound trtcks at iron 
Mills, three miles north, late this 
afternoon. smerely shaklns up 
seorea ol passengers on the express 
Tbe ewglp— i ef the expreM. 
O^ewe Renag» forty, of washing- 
totL was mslaRUy fcUad when a 
piece of timbsr tmn the buefcMlmant 
cur hit him on the heart ei his en- 
gine stnirk It The locomotive. [ Oev emm ant 
running frpe with the fl^ad man's 'Mr. C L J^nh^ 
hand on iho throttle left the IcAargf of fi 



OniOAOO, Oet. 38.— TtH potae of 
the wheat market throbbed slower 
today. Its penle abating as a meas- 
tire of oonndenee returned to both 
Rtork and grain marts, the trade 
ftettled down on a firmer basis and 
after s wesk moment early In the 
day. price-, advunced abOVe yetter- 
day's closing level. 

The finish vnu l ^ to 1 \ cents 
higher. December whe^t futures 
restlTv; at 131 \ to 123 ceiita a 
bushel, March al IW. l'> and 
May at 133". to n;i . 

TRADINCl STIIX A< TIVE 
Trading In the wheat pit wan stl'J 
acM"', bi;t the terflflr pace of 
iVnifMlnv with Its panicky drop of 
12 r^-nl,! a bu.ihel and Us record- 
breaking vniumf nf »al^ wa:i re- 
la xrd t>jda\ t; irrr wa* a firm 
flljiit jirid a rjirrk i .'(urt.lon that 
stnirk ilx cn'A f r'ltn Dif I'lptntng 
high price*, btit '-he attraiiu*- valuei 
and the Irnpr'jv^men: in fcir^ign 
buslne-M multcd in » rinsi ud'-rxnre 

Contlnaed nn Pa<e "! ( ulumn A 



DOESNT UKE BEER 
WITH RUUER IN IT 

TORONTO. Oct. J5.~Becaune he 
had "lost all taste for beer." which 
was oncr a plra.*iire fer htni 1*> 
drink, and allejjLng there wrre Im- 



purltien m 



a bottle of beer he i the m-ater 



slon of peace has focused the at- 
tenUon of the world, and whoee 
oratory has charmed mim«p* 
climbed tbe gangplaitk of Ute Uner 
DitfheM of York with his face set, 
toward ilie Mother Country. London 
and Loflslemouth. 

Accompanying him wa.t the 
daughter who has been his com- 
panion throughout Uie entLre tour 
In hrr amia MiN.4 L^ibel MacDonatd 
carried a huge larewell bouquet of 
crimson roses. Uie last of the many 
floral gifts which she has received 
during her visit to the American 
continent 

The departure of Mr MncDonald 
and his daughter was quiet. I'he 
shadia of evening had fallen and 
the River sc. Lawrence waa a dark 
Krey shadow as the Ug liner, out of 
courtesy to Its dlstlngulsbed pas- 
senger, but contrary te custom, 
slowly moved from the centrftof the 
stream to the pier, fc*' the Frlme 
Minister to go aboard. 

CROWD or PBISNDS 
On tbe pter waited a doeen or 
more cameramen wKh great arc 
lamps set up to flash wh«xi the 
Prime Minister walked up the gang- 
plank. In the shed and along the 
pier for a short distance iitood s 
small crowd of friends, well wl-shern 
and persons « ho came to get a 
gllin(i«e of the man who has 
ligijr<»«1 »o largely In Mie events ot 
the past few weeks on Lhts side of 



bought, Jolin Weatherstone has In- 
stituted acUon for $2,000 damages 
against a local brewery. There was, 
plaintiff says, a piece of robber In 
a bottle of beer which he ptm^used. 



Dominion and province were rep- 
preeented in the tkreweU lo the 
lAbor Premier, To the pier came 
lieutenant-Oovemor Cairell. who 
Centlnwed en Page I, Cetaaui t 



MR. DOHFNF.y MAY BE 
BROUGHT INTO COURT 



WAAHINOTOM. 

Owen J. RoberU. 
counsel to 



12"!??'^* .^^"c*. errtved at ft :40 »m- jujcks and dragged tbe PuUman care to Hr. A. B faiL aocai 



Oct 36 - Mr, 
special Covem- 
the oil scundal 
today that the 
move to bring 
to trial on a 
t^rlbe of 11.000.000 

•fter tbe 



Theory Is Eormed ThatMitemon 
Has Fallen in Lake Michigan 



M 



KNOMTinOE. Mich . Oct. 2S The Menominee Herald-Lesder 
today sakl the theory had been advunrfd that an airplane 
wlilch twelve per»oni saw fall In Lake Mtrhiffnn. off this 
port, cn Wednesday, was thai of Urtma P. Di'eniKii. *f"ntnnn 
aviator, who took off from Ittlbor Gf»ee, Nfld.. on Tuesday, wllb 
London as bla a ni io en ned dsatbwffcm. Tbe paper aald that because 
a flbasft has fUM to reveal aay planse mlasli^ In tbe Middle 
Weet, It was tbenght very poasMa that Dttcman. (kaerflMd br 
Mwda aa "eeeentrle." bad deoMed. after bla liop-off. to vaCwa to 
Ui bona ta Bai&igi» cn a dbeet rauto U»t would tarl^ Mm over 
tbieetty. 

Tbe twelve pereone who saw the uyalay plane AO, tSl npill- 
ing iDdlvldaaXly. wwre said by the paper to have ottsced pMtM 

deerriptlons which tallied with Dlt«nian*i eralt. ati iMtkttgB 
marooned by a stxirm on an Island fourteen miles CrolB IftBV 1^ 

ported that a momyJane laiwiihllin DtteaMB^ IMt BMHt 
there on Tuea*iy. ^iB| low eM lit btili It 0Um 

(he northaeet. 

High wtaOi l ee n iile i ■ SMfth tnm Itar atr taSay for ptMibia 



Agreemvnt Is 
Reached Says 
French Rumor 



PARIS, Oct. 25 - The impreaslon 
In well Informed international 
circles hefw Is that Oreat Britain 
and the ITnlted StnCee have reached 
complete agreaont on the main 
bnea of a naval rtHarmametit ar- 
oord. but that the actual tonnage 
for cruisers must be left open until 
It is seen what Japan, ftanoe and 
Italy are ready fo offer In the form 
of reductions. 

It \n said that the feaslbUlty of a 
three-power definitive treaty be- 
tween Great Britain, thr United 
.Slates and Japan l« being envisaged 
for thr lAiiid'in (■■inrerpnce in Jun- 
un: ni'.;, ulil ti" fx I ended to a 
four-power treaty U, as Is expected. 
Italy comes in. Tbe Ptenob poal- 
tlon !.i uni-ertaln. 





BE viim 10 







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APPLE LOSS 



Search Is Made for New 
Methods of Marketing 
Apples by Commissioner 
W. Sanford Evans 



Eve of Next Gathering of 
Biitish Houses Sees Many 
Larger Issues Conhronting 
Premier MacDondd 

MUST CONFORM TO 
PARTY POLICIES 



G rowing Unemployment 
Worst and Most Trouble- 
some Topic Government 
WiD Have to Meet 



JELLIED EXTRACTS 
TO BE STUDIED 



Tlwre are already beneftta being 
derived from ihp work which Mr, 
W. SanfnnJ li^'Hn.-*. mmn.lsfiioner for 
'nqulnng mto the fi-uli situation, 
'^as In hand. Kaact information Is 
low being obtained as to Just what 
he keeping qualttlee of Ihe «mIh 
produced in tbe Okuagan ue vAmi 
placed in floH atonge. 

It vraa found by Mr. Kvans hi bis 
Investigations Into the market sltu- 
AtJon that there was a very bwge 
Influx of American apples into thts 
province after the provlnclally- 
?mwn apples had been marketwT. Ir- 
the Winter and Rprinir monUis of 
the year Amrrlcin fruit was finding 
a remunerative market here. Tills 
was due lo the fact that the Ws.ih- 
Ington and other wpstem \-<T'^'irf^n 
were oairylng their fruit in cold 
itorage and aaUlng It out by co- 
operative meana ttarangbODt nearly 
the whole of tbe year lo meet tbe 
marfeet requbrcmentg. * 

WhUe there hed been aome oc- 
perlments carried out by the grow 
era In the Okanagan tn this Une, the 
Information available was not exact 
TESTS BUNO MADI 

With the eo-operatloB at the rail, 
way companies of this country, and 
the cold rtorage planU at New 
Westmln.st^r and Vancouver, it (ie- 
rnme possible (/> Innlltute testa as 
to the keeping ^ualltlea of the ap- 
ple.i prodiirrd In the intTlnr mis 
IB now under way. and -tn- fnilt will 
be le«te<l out from i-i ■ time 
as It Is taken from tin- i .>,.i ^torage 
plants. 

Continued on Page Z. Column g 

Grain Shipments 
Deerease Hrary 
From All Ports 



OTTAWA, r>rf 2ft - Tnlal ship- 
ments of Brain from Ihe ports of 
Vancouvr^r, Montreal and Quebec 
from the first of the year to Octo- 
ber It, the date egi which tbe lest 
figures are avallable, show a decline 
of gl,»M.T9e bushels fran the 
amoont for the corresponding period 
last year. Nearly all of thU reduc- 
tion Is laktn up In Montreal, whose 
deHverte at present have run 
about N per cent of last year In 
ina the QuetMC metropolis had ex- 
ported 1MJ39.M0 bUSheU tcmln 
up to October 18. tmt this year ex- 
port figures are only T7.43e.ei3 
bushels. Vancouver showed a de- 
cline of aj3B.ns buabek. lAst year 
tbe amount shipped was fl6,M4,lll 
Inialiels and this year ra.AlI lM 

TFI.F.PHONF RATES !N 
PAUF iC I^U RIHWESI 

8SATTT>e, Oet 28.-rA Ottt In tele- 
phone rates afTectliig the entire 
Padflc Northwest as soon as pos- 
slbk nsB pledged here today t>y 
Mr J r Dlx general manager of 
the Pacific Tel^-phone ft Telegraph 
Co He made the statement before 
the City Council Uprr \d whom the 
company Is applying lor s new ten- 
year franeblee. 

He aald Ma empSBy weloBnied 
the Impending lnvaatl|pUlen by Con- 
gress into talepbone chargea 
throughout the oounlry* 
thai he was certain tbg 
Justify pieaent rales 

AWARDKn $7.y,000 
AFTER sr i\KING 

NEW YORK. Oi-t 2'> M»rrl«i 
Btardiis. night club ho^fw today 
was awarded rn.ono in thr tiooruv) 
suit against Harry K H b > i r, 
tfie amiaad el spanking ano biung 
bar to btoMMflMS «• Mew rmf* 
DV Ml =^ 



LOiroON. Oct 2S - PrlMii- MlnlJ-- 
ter I^mi^y Miu'Oonald. u i\ i 
was homeward bound loday after his 
historic visit to I»rr>,ld([il Hoover, 

will face what many observers say 
m»f eaally prove to be one of the 
most Important sessions in the his- 
tory of the Britlab Parliament tn 
that which wlU open on October SS. 
CerUlttly It bids fair to be the most 
dramatic and colorful. Interest at 
the moment is centred In the Pre- 
nikrVs adventure In Washington, 
and the fttatcment he is expected to 
make to Pftrltnnient l.i awaited with 
undLsgiiLvd e8Kerne<i.<i hy all parties 
The prophets ««y th<" s-taiement. 
will be tinged with a new glow of 
A nt!ln> American fellowship, because 
of Uie recent accord of Mr. Mac- 
Donald in America. Apart from the 
pcmUtaig ivbrlt cr emlty. tbe BrlUab 
press and poUttdana of aU oom- 
plevtous on the whole have given 
approval lo the !dc:» nf reducing 
nsvl*"^ 

riUME MIMSTEH ADSKNT 
The Labor Oovcmment will go 
before itA friend^ and Its critics 
wlthnijf iM IftiJ/T, ^ifrcf the Premier 
cannot reach home in time His 
place win be taken by Philip 8now- ' 
den. Chanrfi! ir r.f thp F-xrheotier, 

Ai Pnili- r-' reasjiemblea, the 
Labor Oovrnwnrnt is riding oo the 
crest of a wave of popularity. The 
newspapers of tbe eotmbry, wltho«it 
regard to pcUMcal leentngs, have 
been almost unanimously reoenUy In 
showering the Government with 
praLw for the way It has begun l*j 
administration The commendation 
has centred mainly about two Im- 
portant Issues, Mr. MacOonald's 
Cswttaned an Page t. Cotamn B 

INDIA MAY BE 
GIVEN STATUS 

Rumored British Govern- 
ment Likely Soon to Ac- 
cord Full Standing to An- 
other Great Empire 

MAI n ilT RFrOHI 

OF COMMISSION 

LOWr>ON. Oct -Tliat the Oov- 
emment might snnr>jnr<k the change 
of Dominion dfAtus f.o India wl'hln 
th" flrtt week of the wwlon nf Par- 
liament U the ^uhicct of an uncon- 
firmed hut [»ersistent rumor Cir- 
culating In political clrclae here for 
the last two dayi. 

Tbe Royal OommbaUn undar Mr 
John Simon Is now almost ready to 
publL-h Its report after tnveeMfatlag 
In India for many months the possl' 
hiiities and deslrablUUea ol conatt* 
tutlnnal reform. Indian naUooalMe 
havi! long agtut^d f(Tr the granting 
i^f r)'"Tniri"<->f t «iBf'i» to the great In- 
f ; I- H it, the vBAtly com- 
i Ji'Aivd I *Aic avit«m. the over- 
whelming proportion of llUterates 
and reetol animoaltles always loom 
BMuielngly when the Image of a 
gg lf t o eaiitlng India is pleturad. 

Poastbly the Simon Commission 
deelded that the great itep might 
safely be taken at Injit But skeptics 
await an ofTirial Clovemment pro- 
nCTin'-'^rnrnt of the report of the 
81m'>n CfMnmlaslon before admit- 
ling irnnicdute pc«sJblllty of a (MW 

ut;hln the BrtlMi Oen* 

MK>(j.«rR;;h of NaUons 

Federal Cabinet 
Were Pleased at 
Senate Decision ^ 




MORTKBAU O H. SS^ - jThe r eeent 
]ttd0naBt ctf tbe Prtvy Odun cU eni* 

abUng the FKaigJ Clevsi mi% to 

name wanagt to tbe Senata. has 

rather pleased fJie Dominion Cabi- 
net, Hem Penisnd Rlnfret. Secre- 
tary of State* Mid Ih an Inter- 
view fAday Ttie rjov»rnmeti! »<■]. 
<- ^med the dedaton, he said, because 
>'herwlae ■Hid have been nee- 
esaary M ll*g ^Ij^J^'JI^J^ ^ 




THE DAILY CCM.ONIST, VICTORIA, B.C SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26. 1929 



Monfh-End Specials 
at Cathcart's 
11 II 



\\V p!;iir - H i! . f. il lowifl J vCfy speciftl b«rgBmt for 

the SaLiiuc <,i tills month: 




WOMBW'S PUMPS, STRAPS 
Ain> TtBS. VALUES TO 

$11.00. MONTH-END CUEAR- 
ANCE I'klCE 



$6 



.90 



These are all good shoe« and stylish. Colors reprc*enie>i 
are browns tnd blacks in patenl leather* and blade kids. 
SEf OUE NOXTH WINDOW 

Wm. Cathcait Co., Ltd. 

Qonglfa Urtil Pbeiw 1123 



DOMINION 

Circulating 

HEATERS 



uiiiai.e heal 
without furnBcr 
colli Sae tlu", 
C i r c«l« t ma 
Heater... 
practical a o d 
rconoBkaL 

Pricas, 

from 



lanMv 



»22« 

HATT' 




HASOWAKK 
1411 Dosdaa ft PhoM Ui5 




Phone 8417 
Fall Showing Displayed 
Lot Us Vatoa Yovr Old Washer 

PbOM ^<'*T IV:)iMn^Ir.itiOD 

liOt Dooslas SCTMi 



mi STREET 
GETS OUT OF 
DARK CLOyO 



by news of the break ta WaU Street 
\e8t*Tday, was repeated on a smaller 
-srji,. iwlay outalde the Stock Ex- 
Toward rlftsiriK Ilhii' an 
(.xiiiiingt* when ^L^et■t bn.sinf»SK 
''(irt. nowcta ol excited brokeni. 
r'pocul.-itota and olailu gattierad la 
rhri'Kinortai strcat. the osntre of 
trading in Anrlo-Amerttm asenrl- 
ttas. unui Bhart«r's Govt wta ■» 
daoftpiy put krd that paopto eould 

taardl, '.r 

Ml 'I r h,]'-i:i( ^ -, iiit.^ b*^n don? In 

it iiurniai wtrfk In iiour v.-^'-i 
day 2,000 cabJea were ;^'n! i^. uu- 
Unttad states from Uie LoiwJuai 
lookers. Many tuindrada ot persons 
waited outalde tha aubuite king 
after oloatng Uma tout rm fianso 
^itmoBphsra of ysateWay was latftlng 



May Be Successor to 
Sir Emuc Howard 




ON WAY HOME 
ID fil. BRITAIN 




LORD ASNOtO 

Wa« MCMRVMlcd Ka»Mr HvnotttM at 

hi* Vlitl !• thl. (•nntrt I* hpiiii i„.,tn\ 
<lMiM M MMIUb muae«Mar (• Sli Ka»< 

■Mmnb MM* S,Mhiwa«r |* th« 



Noses and 
Perennial Roots 

At the 
rJUMFlO FEED OOMPUT 



Cstw — w t ai. 



isii 



< (mttnuc4 frvat Paga 1 
bff-n host to Mr MaoOonald 
nijtl daugJiWr rturtriit thp two days 
ttiey have spent ir; C^in-hrr- Premier 
Taacherwiu »»•, thfrr to .ifty bon 
voyage for the '-"iovrnimcnt of Que- 
bec pPOflnce For the DomlnlOTi. 
Hen. Lucien CannoD, SoUettor- 
Oeneral. expressed good wishes and 
MM aa molr. Ttiare was a pleasant 
totertttde when the Prima Ulnbter 
pBUMd before starUnc Up the gaof- n ^m*. 
plank to »y gooa^-^^ U ia mto 



Skyscrapers M<iy 
IS o t He Krerted 
Under Towt^Flan 

VANOomncR. oct. ss.— Vancouver 
will have no skyscrapers If the dty 

council accepts the adrloe of the 
Town Wanning Conunlsslon 
of Uip 



ISESSION TOi 
BEVITALTO 
LABOR PARTY 



OeaHnaed from > 
dLsarmaxnenl programme and Mr 
snowdea's seosaUonat staod In the 
Keparatkma Ooofareoce at The 
Hague. 

SOUS TITAL WmS 
Tiif matters oC vital moment 
uhi<h the Labor Ot/mtmuM wlU 
iiiivt- 10 handle In the new session 
< f Parliament arc: Ttie disarmament 
proposalB. Labor's promise to grant 
Kgyin virtual Inrtfiwndenre: t<* 
.■.uii.p'h'ii of fliploniallr r--IatU)ns wHIi 
Kn^'M ii'liabilil.iimi, iiie hsifl 
hit liiiltislrl^s nf the rounlrj': tin? 
crisis now- boiiuis up In thi> all- 
ttnporlant coal Industry through the 
irmanda of Um minsn that the 
( lovemment aaifee gaod the procnue 
ui rrdiioe the worlclng day fron 
citthT {n seven hotin: solutlea of the 
iiiK'iiipl-iyment problem In Britain. 

l>f ihpM- prrliaps tlu- lUieniploir- 
[ii'-iT gU'-.MIon 1- fhf vital, from 

'Jj'- std rulp.iiiil itf ni,i!ii!iinlng the 
lij>->Ilt((.' ipf ihe I.jib..i paMy. Itn- 
t-niployiiient b. an u.-iliaj iiy herlUigc 
handed down to the Laborltes from 
the war. Numerous governments 
have grappled with thu issue, only 
telafl. How It la up to the lAborltes 
to neeue their own foilowfln. It u 
an unenviable task, but observer* 
say that unless Mr. MacDooald. as 
the champion of the working classes. 
j^l Ls abltf to achieve Komethtng. he will 
civic, W t"*'""! i^'" J"**"*! before the rwl 



Canaifiati Singer Wins 
London Triumph 



rnrn-ad of wanting Ume tryfng to 
r w^if-r.' AC came from and 

where wi-'rv K.-inf, why dOBt Uie 

"cien'iv.; fi,M ..i.i where we 
whicfi ii more Important. 



The [ifTirer nf the day entered ■ 

:;jutitl It empty ft,- 

rpi inr ,i privaie. who. stripped to ^ omctTJi, who. "with 'many othen hi 

, Canada and the United Statae. co- 

operated to see that hla trip was 
condurtel in mmf'Tt and safety 

LAST MINUTE RUSH 



Bl'iirl. and trousers, was loung- 
ing cm a ctialr. KmolilnK a rlay pipe 
"Where's the sergeant of tiie gt;ard?" 
demanded the officer angrily. "Oone 
scrosB to the non-com's mess to have 
a drink, sir,** replied the private, 
saluting vmnrtly. "And the sen- 
tries?** "In the canteen, str." 
"Then, ronfmirwl it what are you 
doing here?" "Me. Mr?" was the 
calm reply. "I'm the jirlioaer." 



Batchelor's Cash 
and Carry 



THREE STORES 



People'a Caab _ _ _ 

Sctt-Sarvlca —DoueUa St. 



. Yatei St. 



If You Arc Looking for Real Value, We Have li 



swering an Inquiry __ 

Charter Amendments Committee Bd^'Tcj.Ln 
thia morning, the commission again, l4ABOH'S I IFK I STERTAIN 
endon«-<i tiie provision of Uie oity' -phe length ' li', of the 
charter which requires aU buildings I Qovernment 
to be within ten storeys in height 
or IM feet 
The whole town planning scheme 



w, of ((Airse, problem- 
atical, alnie Mr MacDonald hasnt 
a majority over all other parties In 
the House of Commona. He can be 



There was a rush to get last 
minute passengers snd ttaggage on 

board, and the return voyage ol the 
Prime Minister had commenced 

The epoch-making vL-tit. which be- 
gan when the Baraigaria steamed 
into New York Hariwr three rak« 
ago. was over. 

And his last Inspiring speech, 
which was deUvered at a joint meet- 
ing ot tha rtm^M^^ Club to an 
audience ei sevnml hundred people, 
was also m >he nature of a fareweU. 
Here the British Premier held up the 
imlon o) the French and English 
races In Canada a>i nn esample to 
the rest of the world. On the 
Plains of Abraham, many years ago. 
French and EngUfih had Joined In 
blwxl.v ronfllrl The battle had 



SAW ARE 



CnnllnDed from Page t 

o'clock tonight by Robert H. Kline, 
local agent for the Oreat Lakes 
Transit Oocpontkm. ftom the tug 
WhaJea. In Quebeo auber, re- 
ported that m aamher of the crew 
of the Ohleago had arrived at 
Quebec Rartwr after a perilous 
Journey over the nine mUes of 
treacherous wooded and moimtsln- 
. , , . ^ ^ , ous country through which there Is 

been fought to the end, But the nn trail The meesage said the man 
iV(u wa.^ over end the genuw for . f.xpr^«^fi u.e hope that other mem- 



lS'tri^^,s?^°sr.s?*^^^ r7mo;;;57r.m^p^;:r;ran?is^^ 

latlons. declared ChahTrAr^Krl^SSS;^^ ^ 

howtver, fhai^Dtt^Oi^iBmmant may 
continue for a eonalderable time. 
Leaders in both the old parties have 
expressed the inclination to allow 
the Laborltes to go on for the pres- 
ent* unless they pursue Uie llnea 
wbldi are radically opposed to Lib- 
eral and Conservative policies. Mr 
MacDonald aUo has stated that he 
oeeda at least two years to carry out 
the progranune of his party. 

Hiu Progrestive 
New RMd Pclicy 
For Sa»haichewan 




UIILE ISLAND 




JBANNI DD8SEAU 

naaaSlaa sM. was tMalM tmwiman Umm 
Bt ker nsMal Sa OaUtar is la Wlmvn 

■aiL UaSss. wi kHUm 
In ifeale pnlss M her wwfc. Mala 
DMMaa «« txaatu lkfl«wh tt* MUafe 



Do YflU Know 
Savile Row? 

— wImI Sttwtt 

If you (Jo, you in particular 
will be interested in our big 
selection of imported English 
apparel . . . (or it mirrors 
the smartness of tailoring, tlie 
I li-tiii'M i< '11 tif St ylini.^ and t 
iiiieness ot labric that liavc won 
for the exdnsive tailor shops of 
t lir ]\\" fann'us I^ondon 
itrcfts a \\. 'I Id-wide reputation 
amon^ people of taste. 

You'll like the smart new over- 
coats we've just importc<l. Drop 
in and see them. They're priced 
to 990 from f35. 

JAEGER WOOLLENS BURBERDY COATS 

W. & J. WILSON 

Mm'a and Boya* Clotbaa 
SttabHafaad 1862 

1^1217-1221 Government St. Phone 809 a 



PANIC PASSESl«7'r."f'" ^p»« 

Lakehead Agam 
Btdge Serioudy\ 



Pincet Nair Xsalantf Batter. - 

-46< 

■t ■ ( r 91^5 

Pure Lard, per IN IT* 

a I '^ ).-.. . . . SO* 

Finesi Mild Chee«. s-rr II... 990 
Finest Ayrshire Roll, sh- e<l. per 

lt> 41* 

Pineet Smoked Cottage RoU. 

f»er lb. a«* 

Pinesl Smoked Picnic Han^^ 

MUd Sugar - Carad Brw^fast 

Bacoo, shced, per lb. SB* 

I'iere int. per lb »t4* 

KleTcher'i Fancy Bated or 
Boiled Ham, per lb. ^ aOft 
Farmers' Pare Pork BattsageB. 

l-rr 11). .. XHr 

Heins Famous Dili Pickle* Sr 

6 for . »B< 
Pisaoal Batter, in Mem glasses, 

■ for _...-BB* 



I reah Cc«afBBi7 B«t«sr, I:> . ^-1* 
3 lbs. ror S1.30 

Cooket, Vegetable Shortening:. 
r*r Hi 18<t 

5E i asc 

Finest Matured Oniario Cheese. 

per Ih. . 35c 

Fletcher's Fancy Ham. r.., fr\ 

ing; sliced, per Ih. 
Finut Sweet Pickled Pic nit; 

Hana. per lb 22^ 

Fbieat Sweat PIcfclad Cottage 

Roll, per lb ML$ 

FleflBhcr's Finest Braakfaat 

Bacon, Oi.rrl, prr Iti. 48* 

Piece i-ut, per Hi _46* 

Premium Ham Bologmi, sliced, 

i'ct IN . 30* 

Premium Wieners, per lb., 30* 
Finest Home-Maoe Beef Drip- 

ping, per Ih ., lO^ 

Beet Food Mayonnaise, itS oi- 

jari ■— . B9* 



Our QuiOUy and Prica Will Pleate the Moat Faatidious 
Nabob or Blae .RMott T«a,^er | Broken Pekoe Tea, per 

Braid'e V«ry Btsiit Coffee, i t 

lb. _ ™. .aa< 

Freshly Oround Malahat Coffee. 

per Ih. »•* 

Para Bl eck h eii y Jam. by Hol- 
s«m; 4-lb. tins .41* 



Jsmcion'a BaUas Powder, per 

im - tB* 

New Cleaned Catranta, B lbs. 

fnr >iS* 

Cut Macaroni. S lbs. for .. BS* 
Blue Ribbon or Brapreaa Jelly 

Powders, 4-oT pVt I 

Clason'a Concentrated S^ups. 

per pki - 

« I'kt^. h-r . . 2"** 

Green Peea, 3 cAnt for . aS* 
Lifebuoy Soap, 4 bars for SS* 



46<> 

3 Ibi. ff>r ai.30 
Fry*! Cocos. ' i Hi. tins .. SB* 
Freshly Ground Reception 
Coffee. ; 1 .49* 
Pineapple Marmalade, 4-li>. tins 

for -. 54* 

Cocoanut, per ih 1S« 

Seadleas Ralalns, S tti%. for IB* 

8ac«. * lbs. for an* 

Empress Splcei^ 8 tins for BS* 
Johnston's Fndd Beef. 



hoItI( 



Tomatoes, a i.irKc cans for *B* 
Sliced Pineapple, per can .. lOr 
Bonth Africaa A^aeappIe, Lvvr^ 
cans, ch unapt.™.,,-..™* a»r 
Ormond'a or Red Arroer 8od.iv 

Old Dutch Cleanser. 3 .■au'. 30<> 
Classic Soap, 7 bars for 2S<' 



I>eace which was to be found in ttie ber- 
two raeea had triumphed. Now r^i 
French and British Joined In doing 
honor to the heroea of dther race 
who had laid down thetr Uvea on 
the Plains oC *hf*h«f«i 

PABBWBIX MBSBAGB 

QUEBEC. Get. SS^Before em- 
barking on the Uner TTiifhees of 
York tontehl. Premier Raouas^Mae* 
Donald Rent, messages of thuika to 
Hi* Excellency the aovenw-Oen* 
errt[ and Lady Wllllngdcn, and to 
Prt niler MarkehKle King, for the 
wplKune and hoBpltallty extended 
him and his daughter while In the 
Dominion 

"We have had a wonderful time in 
Canada, and I cannot thank Your 
Excalleneles suffletantty for aU you 
have done Uy make our stay tber- 
ougtiiy enjoyable," reads the meiiata 
sent to iTielr Sxcellencles. 

' II. \s with regret but vrtth the 
hope or nnothrr visit in the not too 
far future that I and my daughter 
bid adieu to you and Canada." 
TO PRIME MIKIHTER 

To PrUne Minister Maekenste 
King. Mr. MarnrmaM wftrad «• fai. 
Iowa: 

"Befare emharklng I wish to saml 
my warmest thanks to yott for the 
qilendid weloome X have eveiywiiere 
raeelved and for the admirable ar- 

!rangements which you liave made 



TfTv M.'vi!ti b^ able to 



StARt IIINO Km HODIK.S 
MILWAUKEE. Ww, Ot, 25 
Searchllghu gleamed over the dnrtt 
waters of Lake Michigan tonlnht, 



RBOINA. Oct 3S.~"Dtvtde and 
oonquer" la the essence of BaakafaAi- 
ewan's new road polkqp, annoiOMed 
by Hod. a. C. Stewart. According 
to the pUn. the province la to be 
sectioned Into eight divisions each 
with R resident rnglnaar Itwated at 
a cenLral ixilnt, 

Divlsloriii w jtilij be subdivided into 
patrols and each of the eight divl- 



Coatlnaed from Page 1 
7^ tremendous voltmae on the 
Chicago Board of Trade yesterday 
was realised more clearly today 
with publication of the chain futures 
administration statement. It showed 
a turnover of 150.180,000 bu&hels of 
wheat on future contracti. the larfs- 
est single day In one grraln In the 
history of the admlnlatmtion, The 
largest prevloiL'i rtiiy, liLst, July 15. 
saw U9.5a7.0O0 biwhel* exchanged. 

A broadened Continental /leniand 
was one of the principal simuiinlng 
factors In the market today, Lon- 
don reporting better bualne.u there 
and the seaboard indicating sales 
of two mlUlon bushels of wheat for 
export, much oC it American hard 
winter, 

WTNNIPBO 8TBAMBB 
WINNIPEO, Oct. 35^1110 spectre 
of a ttay-old wheat raarkeit dlsaatar 
floated over the pit at the CbcalB 
Kschange today. Depleted nBia Off 
Investors stood bravely egatnst a 
new atuck of sales In the wake of 
yesterday's cmslaughU Defni'-'- lines 
of the buyers appeared ^ i i r-s 
were pounded backward six ttnu In 
erratic exrhsnjf&i. but the Iwttle 
ended «ith valuers l>«. to 'ti cents 
higher than yesterday s close. 
Offerings were far lighter than 



a half bushel.* while four moi <• 
steamed east tcK\»v cirrylnc almc<.=^: 
850.000 tMishelfi in addition. 

Elcvalom on both Canadian Pa- 
cific and Canadian National Rail- 
ways nonMiwam to ahow storage 
decreases. 



WINN1PEO, Oetv 3ft. — Bulctnt 
wheat bins at lakehead today ragls- 
tersd the seasoo's hAgheat^ flMik 

after having set Up a new high 

record the day before. While con- 
tents ot Prairie elfvalo^^ remained KAMLOOrs, OcL 35.— Hon. J 
Blmoal .Mfltinriftry, fil(..rtttie nt Port Hlnchllffe. Mlntter of EducaUon, 



Hon. J. Hinchliffp 

Speaker at hamloop^ 



Arthur and Kort wiiiiani mounted 
half a million bushels or leeway as 
ne ce ssary working margin. Sub- 
stantial dell varies by boat from the 
head of the lakes, however, showed 
theUr resolta hi a decrease of more 
than 100 ean tai waiting. A total 



was the chief speaker at the opening 
ot the North Thompson and Nicola 
Valley Teachers' Association conven- 
tlon hara. Be etr e ss ed the need of 
oo-opeimtian 9t the teachers with th>' 
department. 

, Mr. HtiwhWffa was also the prin 

4,3SB are now lined up In Port clpal ipeafcar at the opening of the 
Arthur and TVirt William yard.^ | new junior high school on Thui»d«\ 
Yesterday sIk boats labored out of i evening. The new building coflt 
port loaded down with a million and I about $75,000. 



of 



fSctlve road-main LaliUng equip 
meat, aeren alaetoral okisUtuen 
dee vUI be Indudad In each dlvl- 

.lion. 

iiicUentally. experimental effort 



seeking the hulk of tlie car ferry ■ win be made by tractor and anow- 
MUwaukce nmi the bodies of the | plough to keep the forty-nfa-mfle 



FIVB ROSES FLOUR, 49-lb. aacic 

BRXAD PLOUR, 2«-tb. bag 

WILD R08B PASTRY lOOUR. 10 1^ lij" 



ax 

a 1 ..to 



Spacial Hains 


Damraatration 


St Yates Street 




Ovaa-Sakad Bean 
Craaat of toomm 


B,B lor _. 
i BoUB, B for . ... 


- aj*- to, 


42c 




Crown Olive Soap» 

T hari for 



Jif Soap 
FUkea 

Per pkt. 

17c 




Frtiit and VageUblea— the fieat Price and the Beat QuaUtv 

OblalfiaBIa ^ ^ 



Cent Pool Would 
fntoiZ PoUHc$ 



BATTLEPORD. Snsk., Oct. 25.— 
One himdred per cent pool mnnot 
be eatabUshad wiUinjt bc'-onii'ik, 
entangled tn pOUtlo. believes Mr. 
A. J. McPhall. president of 
Baskatohawan Wheat Pool. At a 
roeethig here Ms oommented that if 
legislation waa paased forming a 
100 i»er eent pool, the Oovernment 
would e«p«ct: repreaenutlon on the 
board to see that nonpool farmers 
were treated fairly 

"We don t want the wheat of the 
nonpool farmer.' he said, "unices 
we get the nonpool farmer aa mem* 
ber We want hli soodMB aa wall 
as hU wheat." 



Nice SIse Sweet Oranges, 3 4>)t. 

i'*T - as* 

Fine L«rae Peaci, B iba. lor BB* 
Caps Cod Craabenleib lb-. BB* 

a lbs. lor BB* 

Beektst Hoosr, eoB^ Ib—l** 

a n>v for ^ BB* 

Fine Dry Onioaat B Iba SB* 

Well lUeached CideTy, per hnn<rh 

tor 

Fed F^npefor OfOpM^ ' 
Extra FaaCB VMe O ^ ^- 



per It. 



New Brasil Nuts, prr Ih ZOt 
Fins Juicy Lemons, dor 30* 
Sweet Potatoes. i>er lb 10« 
B Iba for - . SB* 
W |Bl |pha ied Black or White 

pkts. 3a* 

Ptee Table Cs*aM» IB fbsL 

f**r ...^.^^ ., ., Mf 

^^^^ White CaaBCtoerer.. 

^1 la* 

S^^eet Coathig Chocolatf. r.tr 



, - , CryetalUaod Ohicer. per lb, at*r 
Freeh Pataa. B lbs, lor — BB^Heotch Iftata. p^r lb. BBr 

JUST ARRIVED, GHJa8TII*8 QINOBR SNAPS. 

wtwiderfui isUit; $ Iba. for - - - ^ 

We Have a Umfiel Sop^ly of Ftrst-Oaaa Guaranteed Polatosa. 
which wa aic offeriag at T lbs. lor BB*. p«, uck. BB^B 



35c 



g.n.rou. >.o.p.,.my .hlch h« b«,„ rTnTfin^ """" 

bestowed and all that has been done - — 

for our comfort pYom first to last J f> 

our aUy has been mnde Uioroughly , tiUnurefl. rCr. 
Interesting and enjoyable, and In 
addition I have had the great ad- 
vantage or eonferrlng with you on 
manv mbjectJi of mutual Interest. 
My clfiuKhirr jolrw with me in lend- 

,inR ti,)' rypr'-^'ion of our gratl- 
* ■■-'->nal regards." 

I MR. nfcNNETT-i* AU UtVOIR 

guEBBc. Oct. 3a.-ftoeweii m«- 
sageii of goodwill were eichangod 

between Hon. R B Bennett. Oen- 

.servRtive leader anrt Prime Minister 
Rjimr-ay MiioDonalrt hefnre t!ie de- 

I'.irtiirr- ol the nrHt.ih Premier and 

Mlwi Uhbel MflrLHinald today. 
Mr Beiinetr, telegraphed: 
"In my ludgment you may Isave 
this continent with a certain knowl. 
•dge that your visit contributed 
greatly to the Improvement of the 
relations twtween our Empire and 
the neighboring Republic, and that 
you have left wtth all ttiaee with 
whom you carpe tn contaefe. either 
1 personally n\ by addreases, which 
have been heard by mllllona, a per- 
manent Impression ef a great 
Mriti5h statesman, the purity of 
who'e modveA and the r.iiicMity of 
whtwe eHortj* In promnllng «-orM 
pence are beyond question May I 
add that yotu- penonal charm and I 
your BtUtude of trlendllneu to thU I 
Dominion, no less than your vide 
knowledge of our oondltlom and r«- 
quirements, have jreatlr eiMlsar«d 
you to the minds and hearts e( the 
Canadian people. 

My wannest persetial ragards 
Bnii vn^aire and lie assured that a 
wariji aeicMme will ahrays await you 
on your return to OattaAs, Wlileh, 
we hope, will not long be BsffOTad.** 
Mr. MacDonald replied: 
"A thousand thank* for yonr most 
eordlal gofKl-bye message. It gfvtt 
iK'th oT uii urMNM artianMllDB and 

)iniiptnean." 

IIIF f IN NFW TORK 

I.'- 'iolnniJit \^ tfelfvere^ to the 
t>!ii-(ip*J Nf* 'lorlt ivitj-id. inn order 
«»ly. toy the I'lig Ane Nei^»pftper 
Dellvavy. Oroet may bs given to 
tha Uaa Ckifc e< jnnr BaM ar leie- 



crew that went down when the 
ship foundered la-it Tiie.iday night. 

Tonight the bodies of five of the 
approoihnstely forty-eight men who 
made up the crew of the ahlp had 
been foimd by coastguardaman. 
Three of them were identified as 
the bodies of Alvtn Saodon, Orand 
Haven, purser: K. Nelson, Milwau- 
kee, watchmaa and Prank Walter, 
Mll vniikee, watchman. 

A i^.-^a-itguftrd crew 5ped out of the 
harbor here lare today to inveatl- 
gate the :>-\iJT^-d dl.irnvery of (he 
submerged Imiit o: Uie car ferry 
Captain Nell M- lAaar, Tiianter '<X Uie 
car ferry. Pere Mflrqin-Te Nr, 18 
reported he had aighteu a .^ib- 
merged hulk with a pars protruding 
above the water at a point thirteen 
mUea acrthaaiB or the beeakwatar 
ugnt here. 

FIND FOITR DEAI> 

BT. JOSEPH Oct as -CoftAf- 

guardsman from thu «iaUDn rr- ,7^^^ wperaUtlous 
ported finding a lifeboat with four with madkdne In 



^MO^WOuld be furnished with ef- .when quotations suffered a fifteen 

'■ent drop twenty-four hours before 
and were concentrated principally 
In the early portion of the market. 
Hiough the mld-sesilon was marked 
by errmtte swaying of sales from 
high to low points, nominal flguraa 
wera steadily Indicating that the 
market was back to normal 

Closing values were : October, 
m%\ November. December, 
US«. and May, 140H. 



highwy fr om Reglna to Moose Jaw 
open during this winter. 

TRAIN HLLSCimiE 

FERNXX, ac . Oct 25.— Nineteen 
cattle were killed when a herd of 
the bo\lne5 rti-iputed ihe right-of- 
way with a Great Northern passen- 
ger train which pli<_-* between here 
and Rexford. Montana. The siauRh- 
tw took place on a brldKe a luvj,. 
to the east of Elko. The owner a 
the cattle Is unknown. 



lio They Crow Qui 
Of It? 

<H*atta atrriss al lbs caaadisa 
MsttaU AHSSlailaa) 



COLD mmi 
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APPLE LOSS 




iUlty McKay 




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The glxl friend says many a flue 
mr record 1* itm pqpdH BMR s 
poor Jam ncgnL 



t)ie. minds of the public. Most of 
these are merely amusing, but some 
of them are serious because of the 
actual harm which they cause. 
Among the unfortunately serious 
fluperatitioa^ 18 the common belief 
that the child 'grows out " of 
things. This Idea i-i far removed 

from the truth, and ne^iec-t of 
laulty eondltloos in childhood 
usually naulta in permanent dnm- 
age. It also maana that durtng tlw 
early years, when there Is every 
hope of porreetlng tha defect by 
rju-.uis of proper treatment, nothing 
is done To Illustrate clearly what 
the we mean, we will refer to three con- 
ditions which are frequently neg- 
lected by parenU because of their 
unfortunate tiellef that time Is the 
remedy and that the ttUld fltU 
"grow out" ot them. 

Squint, or cross-eye. Is one of the 
cobdltlcns which is frequently neg- 
tested. If It Is nsflaeeed, It does 
not cure Itaeir. and, what to worse, 
the sight of on» eye U wholly or 
partially lost, n paranto deatre 
their child to have the proper uae of 
his eyes, they must tiavp a case of 
squint treated m the rnrllejit years 
of life. 

A running ear should never be left 
without proper treatment Tlie dU- 
charge may disappear in iime (vnd 
It may thus seam aa if nature had 
effected a cure, but what hup- 
pened hi the mesmtlme. ui many 
cases, la that the Infection which 
waa the causa ef the dlschaige has 
no damaged the hearing mechanhan 
that Ibe vsuit u either a total or a 
pafHai Mas of hearing. N;wlect of 
dijcharffing eara in childhood meaiu 
denfnem in adult life. 

Speech defects, such as stuttarlng. 
ore a serious handicap In adult Ufa.* 
There Is always a beginning to 
these, and. If they are attended to 
promptly, when they first appear, 
they can he njred fl(»e«rh pecull- 
arlUes in a child may teem to be 
nothing more than amusing . the 
rhlXd Is laughed at, nothing la done 
artd a babtt to flcsd whtoto t> to dif- 
ncuU to etaaofa: tboa the futora 
happiness of the child may be 
le<^»rdlaed Umnigh nagtect. 

Questiona concerning health* aB- 
dressed to (he Canadian 
AawKlaUon. IS* 
Toronto, will fct 
by.ktier. 



O ewl to w t d from Page I 
tAc keeping qualttlea, foUowfag 
the ;Seriod,i In mid rtorage. win lie 
trlert nil!, Bnd upon the Infonnattoa 
so derived poIlcte« may be arrived at 
by the growers looking to the Ixwt 
methodt nf handling the crop It 
may he round that storage for cer- 
tain ktnUA of apples may be re 
quired to t>e obtained dose to the 
prospecUvA markets. In the Prairies, 
for instance, so that the apples on 
being taken out of storage may 
be consumed within a vary shor^ 
time, if that Is found heeessary with 
certain varieties 

It la quite iKit.sible that a great 
deal of good may be urcompllahed 
in this connection by the arousing 
of the growers to lines ol operation 
which have not* been foDowed gen- 
eeaUy hi the pl>st. The uttUsaUon 
of the applsa thkt, in too many 
, to be wasted, to 
alee ftaidhig a ptoaa bi the tnvesU- 
gatJons oarried outstay Mr. Bvana. 

POCKBT PAC^UOBS 

m the Wenatched VaDey there 
are produced small gackages which 
are neatly put up. artd sold all over 

the riMinm , and which are ■ prod- 
uct of fhe apple nrcliards. taking 
the form of a Jellied rtjitract. and 
which are f^u-n r.omewhtt similarly 
to chorolnt'- hli-' riljinnfacture 
of thefte lltbi!--., u;.i. h r- ' -.■ and 
nourishing, coiisuniea Ut& coiUfn'.T. 

of sooM UOBM boaas of al 
There to wvMsRtly tola of Yvom m 

connection with the utilising of the 
apple crop for a lot ofi^eareh 

work, •o nx to find means of 
rnre of the loKseit, which at ptSBent 
attend the harvesMng of theVrop 

KILLBD IH r KR smarii 

WOODBTCKK. Ont . Oct 
Manley MrAuley and Rrure Veri* 
l>o«h of London, f >nt«rlo, wrre 
■tantly killed (oiii>y when 
automobile in whirh they were 
sengen crashed into a truck vu 
Wong, driver of the car in i 
the axD mea ware riding, wa^ ii. 
bv the pottee pendlBs bo 

tiOQ. 





. Thia edvcrtUemaot ia not pabHdiad or displayed by the Liquor 

( ,.f,fr. 1 Hoard or by the Oovernment of Hnfi ' " lM.nf>i:i 



Corns 1 

Quick jM, 
^ Relief! 

Putnam's 

Corn Extractor 




rm DATLY COLOmST. VICTORIA. B.C SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26. 1929 



JUST ARRIVED— The Latest 
in Footwear From St. Louie 

trimiiitti with btve lizard trifmnfng; full 



IllC 

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Kid Tic« 
t"e«i an 

AIbo Olhrr Models 



Nhort vamp. Cuban heels. 



$6.45 



In Brown, Patent and Bhu Susde 



ROYAL SHOE STORE 

s86-m YATn stsrkt; • 



NANAIMO! 



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Do JFOH know that yea «an 
cook irith b Nanaimo 

. . in Duncan ... In 
tny lown or farm oa Uw 
Itland.* ^'ou can -with Rock- 
— much »u['rri'>r tu ot- 
dio^jr city gaft. Write u» 
today for drtifl*. 



nOCKGAS 



VAN'COUVEK 



565 YatM 8l 



ISLAND ROCKQAS DISTRIBUTORS 

trnmao 



REAL ESTATE 
BOARD HEARS 
ABOUT SIONS 



Southerly TIalf of Lot Ifi in B]gak CI 
lUlUttrul PUa No. 772-A 

Boom Ma M» Ontfa ktntt, Si^tedt, 



I Offers to P4irclia8e Invited 
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'laifUKIta vlU b» ntMwta hr lb« mAtrOnti up 19 noon on PriiUr. th> 
flrit dar of KomnlMr. IffM. tor lha purrhi»a nt tb«> prnt>*rtr ■!>«¥• dvacrltMd 
nidd«r« to ilkl* price and lerini :)t psimmi uRtiKl Tti* tilthut or ^nr 
"t'dvr n»t hmmmtUt Krapud T*nd»r» to b« In vrttliw, mnt by rMUl«r*d 
I >:i t« ranbarton * Boa. Pmbanoo BuUdlna. VtcMriK. BC. BMawMUM %t 
iif nin of In dolUra •I10>. to on oeceuttt o( pairhu* Mlat If ttu MSv 

ocrvptod. or to b« rvluroed It th« olTrr li not «cc«pl*d 
Tiiir ti >>* df'i'*r*d undvr powrr nf laU cnnTalrtxl Ir. morl M — mMWd 
i|ra*r Ha. Mlll-O. rakjoci to U)o «Bl«lUi« noDtb^ tooanor 

wna gMwrn * eoe. 
AmH for wni ItonuDa. bumvumb. 

MtfMtii »fla ottieT til m . 

Falrfielfi 

Seven-Room Hons* wfth tbm bedrotmii, open fireplace*. fnl| 
cement baaemcnt with farnacc. Conveniently localeit cloic to 
•tract caf>. 

Od leer Tanu. 

PEMBERTON & SON 

Fort Stre«t 



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QUEENSWOOD 



Offsra many T«ry sttraettva ritei In 
natural mmmndlncs with Matrontaca 

pommanrllriii [\ m ifnlfl-fnt vitw Of 
!i.iiu HlraktA. It Ia In ckmc proximity to i ■■ * ' ; ' iLy. about 

15 10 ao mlnutca by nwtor. It Is lubdlvhlafl into puxela from 3 to ft 
ac^M. aam em, wsdrNttaUs UtfM ttd power and tekpriin, 

Appir 

Swinerton & Masgravc, Ltd. pirdwood & Co., Ltd. 

Or ihv MmNt at tta Wmt MM* 



AMPIWI IlilU-HA fEIFECT nUCE 

7» YATES STitBkT 

Comfortable, ttrlctly Hlgh-CUa*. homey room (or Eatertatnmoits 
of All Kiodi. 

Oak Floor, 44 x 80. for Daacla|L and fine Otaod Piano for 
Muflicales. Folir hundred chain, 30 ^rd Tablat and plenty of Haal 
lur Cud Parries. Large Kitchen, SOvar. Dlibaa and l^Maa for 

Select Dinners. Pine Elevator. Carpal for floor for large LactiBraa. 

Rents Prom |l2.S0 Up ' 

W'r f'o a'l rlraiiirnt --"l-Aa in aifnflanre. 

GORDON BUILDING 

Thi* Clsasy Place has ft unanis nnw. We still have To Rent: 

Nice Light Storaroom, facing Entrance $50 

Verr Large Lowv Floor, well lighted and aired. Hardwood 
Floor .. , —....■w-.... ~^ ™. aM 

Vary Larga Wan-Llghtad ManW^ Floor'l^^ „jiJ 

AU raata laduda Light and Heat 

For Appointments See 

Arcade Bidg jHe Griffith Co. »^ 



Real Estate Specials 



LARGE STUCCO BUNGALOW. ALMOST N'KW; 

ttvinpf_rfK>iii, kitclicn, 2 ficlr't-.TiM .ind rloTts, .1 pi^rf batfi- 
iTHun, cement basement »n<l furnace., i ^'nirnl ilrurv, av 
t" j-'.ii^c; nice garden with oak tree*. ' h\ nrr Im- !rit 
anii instructed u» to sell on easy terms 
at 



$2,800 



NEW BUNGALOW IN OAK BAY NOW RT-Ixr, 
C"'niplctc(!, so can hr <Irrnratr'I to p irrhasrr't tas' 
ear and bus. A great bargain fur quick 
sale St 



$3,750 



OI.OSK TO HIGH SCHOOL. MODERN FAMILY 
liouse with 4 bcdroomt end larj^e receptioa-rooms. open 
fires, furnace and f^aragc; walking distance to cfty; newly 

painted ; in fir.st-clafis condition " 

tlirmi^^iirnit. ( 'n terms _ 



$3,500 



.\K\\ K<)iK!.\\n .AVr.N'l'E HOME. 8 ROOMS 
very .\-:U-u „l . .Trr;inKe.|. hardwood floors and paneling. 
2 h;ithiaoms and extra wsihrooms, hot water heating;; 
stan imj; in one-thlrd sere bestitiftil grounds, comTnandiiu: 
magnificegit views over sea and ^1 C f\f\Ci 

mountains. Great value at „ )10jUUU 

COLES, HOWELL & CO. 

638 View St.' Limited Phone 65 



Buihlirij; Ihsjx-i tor l>aif F-ii- 
lightens Mcnil>c r s as to 
Meamns of Signs By-Law 
ThmifljNout Gty 

OVERHEAD SWm 
TO HE HECl i.ATEU 



Members or ih'- lo-ni k.>.m;<> \■\^>.^.x^l 
.piSMait at t>ip I'.iTu'hf .>ii 1" Hi'''[i< 
oar'a dialog -room > r&i n ti » y were 
addreaaed by Building intipMtar J. 
Barf on the various smns t>y-laws of 
the city. Mr. Barf deMvlbed the 
sevrral by-laws and amendme&la In 
detalL The Zoning By-law. aub- 
paragraph 7, seotkm 5, deals with 
for u-;e '>f premises for display of 
ni'ih>-'. u(}\. inorp than two a<)Uare 
(et-t 111 ar^a In tlip new by-law. 
No 2485, being amendment, of sec- 
Uon 3 or Ltie BuUding By-law 
1401, adda a new aaetlon SA. which la 
aa ftaDowa: BveTy peraoos who Is to 
erect a sign, billboard or other erec- 
tion of similar kind exceeding tour 
squsre feet In area ^hall, before pro- 
oeedlna. obt«lu a pemiit and pay a 
fee of $1. We have two dlllerent 
slsee of signs In two different by- 
laws, one under the Zoning By-Law 
and the other under the Building 
By-Law, paimlttlng two aquara feet 
and four aquare leet raspeettvely. In 
neither by-law Is the neceailty 
specified for taking out a permit or 
payment of a charge. The Zoning 
By-Law takes precedence aver the 
Building By-Law end would not 
permit of a Mgn greater than two 
square feet In area within the lint 
three classified districts, namely: 
alttgla family, two famUy and apart- 
ment distrlets. Both by-lawa work 
In unlaoa only when applied to the 
garage, ooinmerctal and Industrial 
districts, and would allow a sign 
up to four square feet, without 
necessity of taking out a penntt. 
Anything above thai area required 
would neceaaltate a permit and the 
payment of the charge. In the first 
three dlatrteta, nothing greater than 
two aqosra leet would be aDowed 

Netther by-law etatca definitely 
the number, height and locaUon of 
slgiu. sub-paragraph 7 of section 
5 Zoning By-Lav permits the use 
of premlaea for display of s notice 
not more than two square feet in 
area This \x lnl*rpreled to mean 
cnly one sign cm each lot. Para- 
graph H. section 0. the same by-law, 
requires that at Interaeetlona of 
atrecta. that no fenoe or other strus- 
ture shall exceed a height o( Oiree 
feet six Inches above the eni^ on 
either ime for a distance of twenty 
feet from aald Intereotlons. 

IU.DMINAXION 
Tiicre n-M also another by-law 
about to be put in fon:e — the new 
Overhead Signs By-Law. which re- 
quires that signs of more than foiir 
and a half square feet ttiid projected 
more than tJiree feet uliall be Illum- 
inated with eiecirlcity irom one- 
half how aflir sunast untu 1 1 o'clock 
die aama night every day, and thar 
there shall be deposited with the 
city an Insurance policy Co eonttnne 
in fc»Te as long as the signs exist. 
This will apply to all parts of Che 
city Blgna at present existing, btU 
not cunlornilng to the new by-law 
will be given until December 31, 
1931, to make the necessary change 
Signs on faces of buildings will not 
be compelled to be* Uhiatnlod. and 
where lllumlnaUon Is nnrraiarji H 
will ntnoKnf to appreotfattate^ twenty 
wa''.'« II 'o^unrr f^oC Of Blgn sorfaoe 
or uiie fijot of Neon tube pel aquare 
fDt)i rhi-v by-law will be paMfil at 
thn ur-xt council meeting 
BRIDLK PATnS 
In connection with the bridle 
paths proposed for the city of vic- 
toria and dUtrlcts. Major Hpumln 
reported progress. City offlrlaU had 
been written to and their sympathy 
had bean extended. He axked that 
the board approach the councils oi 
the several dUtrlcts for prsecSesl 
aid. the Institution of the paths 
being of benefit to this section of 
Vancouver Island The board con- 
curred, and Second Vlre-Prer.ldeni 
Major M Klrkpatrirk t r .-krti ap- 
pointed MaJ(.T Rpiirtdn tn nuprosch 
th*" rounclls of \MTriH and sur- 
rounding municipalities in connec- 
tion «*lth the bridle paths and fetmUa 
scheme. 

Reporting for the sonlng commit- 
tee, Mr JaniM Forman stated that 
owtnfi to Mr L&ndsberg being unable 
to act. the committee had been re- 
( rpa:ii7,rd, and would meet at an 
i!ate R^'ferrlng to th- an- 
noii.'Kement that a large amount of 
money was to be borrowed for local 
bttproTsnienta. he mentioned Uiat 
the dty waa making exeaUent pro- 
gress and would aeon be able to 
mnke unpRVTSBaenls vMiout the 
nece^-ilty of bCITOVMg. as hsd tatti 
proposed. 

IVFORMATTON SHEET 
The .■'»TreUr>'. Mr. l^thaby. dealt 
with the proposed InformaUon .sheet 
which the board contemplated lsi.u- 
<ng and stated whaS had been done. 



Zt im« urnifii-UMxi that the Infontut- 

ItOn wanrefl ixni^J Im- "btslnrd at 
SBmlnat dr.! Midrr i < rtiiiii I'limll 
tlona. In t iiiui)'' wHt> iLr 

publUhinK ''•t sjilcs jKiil nnn Hn-rit 
it was aifri^ ihst ilie Oiauniait 
ahoeU apiwfct a committee to la- 
tervtov Vat kieal newspapers for the 
putpoee of having them publtah 
periodically sales and conveyances 
made by the real eartatc ftrnw of thi 
city 

Mr r ri H'-Lilerman WKa uitro 
liure'Tj hv Mr E'tniiittri sft s new 
nitinbet. hU spou:»«u- stattug thut he 

came of a fanilly IdentUled "1th the 
buslnaaa Intereati ef tha dty for 
ahUy years, at ivsa wAeoMsd by 
the chairman, wba alOk thankM Ur. 
Barf en MMtf flf tbe Msitf Ibr bla 
explanatlmi wM ttie d tffeDSUt algna 

hv ■ laws 



; CONTRACf FOR 
FIRST ONIT 
WILL BE LEI 



Westrnmslpr Paixr 
pany Prtjposrs lo 



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Spend 

$1,500,000 on Plant to 
Replace Fire Loss 



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IfsalallBla Jay Finds Bailer Nat 
QaOty at Charge AaaaaHlhg 
Lea An. a 



\HAi> BRANCH AT 

BELUNGHAM 



The charge nKiitii-^t rriaude Crssd. 
a sailor, of assuuitinit Lee Jim, bead 
oook on the Be. Prtnceas Adelaide, 
and oooaahnlng hhn grlevooa bodOy 
harm, on October II, waa 'tS""*«r^ 
yeaterday by Maglatrata Oeorga Jay. 
In handing down judgment in the 
dty police court. 

His Worship said that the evi- 
dence for the defrncp was so strong 
that he could come to no other con- 
c I usion than that Creed had nut 
struck the oomplalnanl. Lee JUn. 

Mr. P. J. Blnnott waa oonnaal for 
Creed during the hearing of the 
eaae. 

BChel Cooper elected aommary 
trial and pleaded not guilty through 
her oounsel, Mr, Richard C. Lowe, to 
a charge of stealing $as from Peter 
Nemohuck on October 22 Hearing 
of the case will be continued next 
Tuesday morning. 

A fine of 110 waa Imposed on S. J. 
Baker, who entered a plea of guUty 
to a charge of drlvtsg his autonubUe 
post a school at a greater speed 
than ten mUea an hsnr. Oooatable 
N. Oower OrlfDths stated the de- 
fendant drove his car on October 17 

on Yaiea Street past the O entral 1 _i'ir *Sr 
School ai~fm^r^@t mOas m^***""* 

hour. 

Mr R C Lowe obtained a remand 
jf the case of Chun Gain until next 
Wednesday. The accused la charged 
with being unlawfully in poaaaaalon 

uf opium at hit premises at 16S3 
Oovernment Strprt on October 19. 

The casffs of H ornvea and Rev 
a. Ryall, who are charged with 
driving their motor cars to the com- 
mon danger on Hillside Avenue on 
oc tobcr 18, were adioumed for 
hearing until Uaaamf morning. Mr. 
Herbert W. Darey appeared aa ooun- 
ael for Orayes. 



oiiniip IN f-wflii 

OF BtTTliK K0AD8 



Repoti to Chamber Directorate 
That SaggeaNoa ef Alemeblle 
Ctab 8he«U Be Aiepted 

Yesterday, the Tourist Trade 
Group of the Chamber of Com- 
merce went on reeord as favoring 
he extemlon of the Sooke River 
Road to thp .southern end of Soclte 
iJike, and also that the Finlayson 
Arm Road, from the Island High- 
way to the West Saanlch Road, 
ihould be put mto a wndttHM fit 
tor motor traide. 

The dlraetocate of the Chamber 
or Ooaunerce has been asked to 
make a atnmff reooramendatlon to 
ihls effect by the Automobile Chtb. 
and the action of the lourlst Trade 
Group arises from the board ol 
llreciora having referred the mat- 
ter to them for their optrUon. 

Mr. C. P. Hill, chairman of the 
Tourist Trade Group, congratulated 
PUblldty Commissioner George I. 
Warren upon the excellent 'publicity 
mrk which he had accomplished at 
HaniaOD Bot Bprlnga There could 
je, said Mr. IIUl, no better place for 
idvertlalng propaganda. 

Mr. BUI further pointed out »iat 
the Canadian Pacific Railway Com- 
pany had given Victoria a half- 
page advertisement upon ICa 
monUily folder, and a resolution of 
Lhank.s wa.<t paaaed and l>j. Warren 
dtrened to draft a Sttltahls latter to 
the con.pany. 



FATAL STREET FIGHT 



To End a Cough 
In a Hurry, Mix 
This at Home 



▼ANOOOTBI, Oet as.— Martin 
Jaoobt. well-known atsamahlp agent 
of Vaneoaver. died bi hoapltal to- 
day from a fractured skull, suf- 
f^ffd It Is said, by police, in a street 
fight fiiMowlng a party in a West 
End housf. Before .laeoht's death 
Roy Mowforth. taxi drivef, waa ar- 
rested mna charged with aaaaidt. 



Woman! Woman! 

av J. m. aiiMei 



WOOD 'A-m 

LCM>a. OONKASOM OOHFAMX. Uft 

itMBs n aaaa eert aa 



WINTER PUBLICITY 
CAMPAIGN 10 START 




At a Aoenfe maettaf ef the dl- 

.-ectors of the Vloteria and laland 

ruhllclty Rtireau It w«« dw-lded that 
m the Joint adv^nxing rampalgn 
l« ba 



Iswtfbe^ In ns»^. SfdllBMn yggisaK* 



Vancouver In ths ptaMe news- 
papers. Victoria win bear SO per 
cent of the cost and Vancouver 
TO per cent. 

The campaign will .«(aj-t on Tusa- 
day next, and will run until ami 
January, and It has been arranged 
that both dttet alMa tawe enal 
mention. ' 

Adveniaemenu win be published 
bi Tbe Calgary Herald, Tbe Calgary 
Albertaa, The Idmontim Journal 
BdmoniM BntteUn. RMtna Leader 
end PealL ftaslM mar 
Fhoeoli, Manitoba FTai 

The Winnipeg TYIhtinc 

TTif" followlHR f«i irniila will 

be used r^mllv Hi>;.i;<i »rid Weekly 
Btar. Free Pr^ and I'ratrt^ Turm- 
er. Farm •n'l Ran'-h Hfv\tm, Nor' 

West rir.-r c.Mijitrv OirtSs MMf 
t(h"w(i;i Farmer. 



Try arguing wtth 



T.^ T .r ,(ik,rn rougk fiolekly. It 
It important l.> u»itbf aud IimI thm In- 
flsmsd Nienbrsiies, gft rid ot tb* mrras 
and awe ta aid tbe ajiitrtn Inwardly to 
beln thrnw off th« tronhl*. 

FtiT thr*^ purpo«*i«. h*r^ l« a bome- 
nadc medteios, far better thnn ■nrthlns 
yea nmUbay at 8 Usaea th». mrt. From 
any draniet, get stinf^ nt pium. 
Peer ibla into a 1« oa. b»ttU. and add 
rlsln sraniilatMl aufir ^yrup or Uralnfid 
boney to make 16 ounraa. Tbis takM 
fcataMmeat, aad makaa a renedy -o 
— f"'»e taat ynn wfll never do witb- 
JW. oaee nm bar* u**^ It. K<n«i,i p-r- 
netly, and ehlMr-n lib* lr. 

This alnple remwly does thr^ ntt^ 
••rj tbtnga. FIret, It loeaena ihn r-rm. 
laden nhfatfli, Beeond. It wnnthtm away 
tb« Inflanmadon. ThUH It in aS-nrhM 
Inte tba bli^, wh»r« it «.-f« clirprtlw 
en tbe bronrhlal Inbea. lHa •snlaloa 
wky 1 1 briatii sneh qnlefc raHaf, even 
t». , ^"Wlaet. bnwefclal cMghe 
Wblrh follow cold i-pMwnlca, 

Vin*t la a hjfhly '-oBi-*iitr«t*d rom- 
pound of ■■aoloc Norwar Pin* r^n 

iatetag the active egeot ot rr^o»..<». in 
a saflaed. palatable ism. and kavmn 

as nD« nt th* STvnlaBt bMttM SeBBll 

for M.T-f- '-"«sba.^UM ailiB ai^ 

IbevDCblal tront.lr*. 
»e sot .rr.pt . tnbstltate fee P!n«x, 
ef ■iSv'nBHdi? 




NBW WSBTMINBTER. Oct 25 — 
The Boyal City's Industr'.fil cxpan- 
alon wUl receive further impetus 
next week when the contract tor 
the first unit of tl»e Westmlnsttr 
Paper { oniimny will tie awarded 
The plant, which Is expected to 
ooat upwards of tLSOOpOOO when 
coopleted. will replace the plant 
whleh waa d eatw yed by Bre early b» 
July and caoaed a loaa esthnatad to 
be eloae to $1,000^. 

Machinery for the building baa 
been ordered and wtU reach the dty 
to be Installed onoe the main boQd- 
tng Is completed 

The Westminster Pai>er Oompany 
was established hPTf Mx years ago 
and met with niark'd ^ucr^ss ttom 
the outset. Manufacturing tissue 
and fnitt wrap paper, tbe company 
haa catered to Coast. Prairie and 
even Baatem Ca n ad i a n trade. A 
shipment of ten ears of paper was 
in oourae of preparatioa and would 
hare been ahlpped to Quebec and 
OnUrlo by boat had not the July 
Are intervened. 

In order to look after trade 
through Pacific Co&st states In tiie 
manufacture of pajwr napkins and 
toweling by a #ppclal priM-esf . the 
New Westminster concern wtab- 
Ushed a branch plant at Belllng- 
ham, which has been operating 
night and day fbr two yeara. 
ReeoeetrucUoo of the paper plant 
eonad— by-lMal- labor. 
Over 100 haodi ware thrown out of 
emi^ymenC when the fire ooourred. 
Thla number will be dotibled when 
Che new plant is again In operation. 

Construction work on another 
large Industry, the British Columbia 
Wood Preserving Company. Lim- 
ited, will commence this month en 
the Fraser River, Just outside of the 
city limits. This company, which Is 
a aabaldiary of Domlnkm Oreoeote, 
Umltad, la to be on the waterfront 
and WtU alao be tapped by the Ca- 
nadian Paelfle Unea. It is planned 
to spend tl .350,000 on buildings and 
machinery. 

Forty acres were acquired hy the 
company immediately west nf Fr!\- 
vr ^II11.^, and thla low-lymp l.md 
l^ b<':nB filled ;n by GovrriiKicnt 
drrdii*" which are also deepenUig 
thr fhlp ihannei, 

OtIsetUiig this news Is tlie cur- 
tallment In cutting among tbe local 
lumber mills. The Canadian West- 
ern tJTTwN"- Company, at Fraaer 
Mills, laid off Ita night orew on 
Tuaiday. The Mohawk Lumber 
Oompany ta down for a month. In- 
stalling new txHlers and building a 
new chimney. Logging camps on 
the Fra.wr River. Pitt Lake and 
Hanlfon River are either closed 
do«n or are working short ahlfts on 

account of the nuoartaiaigr of the 

Uin^bT niarkrt 

COL PbliK GOES 

TO Vl'S 

Fear wm BepreMnt BrItUi ^atan- 
bfa at PTtaoa of Walear V«ae- 

tlen London Next Month 

Col. C W Peck, VC. DS.O, 
MPP. left thlA ciiy yesterday aft- 
ernoon on h a way to the gathering 
of wear*T5 o[ tiie Victoria Cross 
who are to as-^emble in London 
early next month. The dinner to 
be given by H.R.H. the Prince of 
Walea wlU be aa mitatandlng feature 
of the aaeembUng of theee men who 
have earned their reward iOr con- 
spicuous kxavery on the batlefleld. 

Col Prck left by aertq)lane about 
a o'ciork yesterday, accompanied by 
Col D B. Martyn. M.C.. DB.O.. 
rommsnding the isth Canadian 
Scoituh, and Major A Lyons, M.C.. 
wh(i served with Col. pecJt overaaaa. 
Col Peck Is c<vnml.tsloned by the 
ISlh BatU] v>,hioh he cuu.- 

manded overbess. to make nrrar>g<>- 
ments ta London during his vimt 
for the emblaaonlng upcm the colors 
of the reftment tha namea of the 
engagementa In whldi the eotpe took 
part In the war, and which have 
been authorlaed for piadng there. 

Last evening the party which is 
leaving British Columbia, to be 
present in London for the dinner, 
entrained with the exception of 
Captain Edward P Bcllew. who haa 
been living at Eighty- Three-Mite 
House, and who yesterday an- 
nounoed hla intention of going He 
ruahad down the Cariboo Road to 
Join the train bearing tbe others 
of the parly at Asbevof t very early 
thin morning. 
In addition to OoL Pack there 

entralr^ at Vancouver last eve- 
ning Corpoml Charles W. Train 

V c and Private Michael OTtourke, 

V (■ The four will repreaent Brit- 
ish Columbia wesrent of the Vic- 
toria Cross. 



Angus Campbell & Co.Xtd« 



lOQB-lO GOVERNMENT STREET 




A Noteworthy Offering oi 

Women's StyLuih 

Fur-Trimmgd Coats 

Today fti 

$25.00 $29.00 $j2i0 

Featuring^ today three specially priced groups of 
Women'i and Misses' Stylish Fnr-Trimmed Costs in 
the season's moit favored cotnrs. Tlicy have large, 
cosy fur collars, and in some cases the cuffs arc 
trimmed with fur. At these attractive prices they are 
verv outstanding vMB*. OH' SSlS today flt f2S.OO, 

928.00 And , f8a.50 

J V 

Sale of Evening 

DRESSES 

At $14.9Sy $25M and $29.95 
Ckm^nuM Today 



No two alfylea aSSc in these sprcially priceri 
diitiaetivc Evening Gowns. On sale today a 

M»-00 and „ SBO-BS 

Tbe values are, to asy the least, "out of tlie ordmary." 



CroiMi^ of 
On sale today at S1«.B5, 



Nature"* Rival f.or$^ 
eCCes. $2.9S 

Nature's Rival Coreelettea for ilen- 
well •developed figures, 



der and 

made with or without inner belt, 
^ses J2 to 42. Spapslbt 



Clearing Odd IJne$ »/ 

Gossord CoraeUU99 0i 
$1.25 

Clearing odd lines ol Coisard Cor- 
selettes, Ikbtty boned .styles, in 
pink or wMle. lUfOilaC to S2.00. 
Today at ^ .■■ -"-y, , , , 

Women'B Dainty MuU 
Nighigatffru at $1.25 

Specially priced for today's selling 
— Women's Fine Imported Mull 
Nightgowns, preltily cniHroi-ierd 
in many dainty colors. Kxcellcnt 
value at 



GirV Fur-Trimmed CoaU 
SpecUdly Priced at 
$9JSmid$i9M 

A remarkable week-end sale of Girls' Smart Fur-Trimmed 
Coats in all the popular colojfVia s^'ef S to 14 vean They 
sre well lined, and fitttltiad #mi Cosv fur roMars Kxccp- 

ttonal value at ^.tk „^ 91O.BB 

Women's Fleece'Lined Rayon Silk 
Bbomm, $1,75 and $1,95 Per Pair 

Women's Warm Klecc^-Lined Rsyon Silk Bloomers, in 
plain or fancy Unjird effect, in all the wsnlej cnlnr*. 
>niaM. uir<liiirn and larga stlM' Aa Meat Bloomer inr 
Wmter wesr. I'er pair . » ^I.TB fl.BB 

ITMlmV AU Pmm Wool ConMrnttom 
$iSS^^M For SmU 

Women's All Pure Wool Comft Ba Beat^ ItbSS Isngth iiyle 
gtiaranteed unshrinkable. Fine BhBltah joslt*. Very spe- 
cial vetoe today •« #l.r« and ium 



350 Pairs of Women's Fine Silk 
and Wool Stockings 

At 89c 



On Sale 
TedBy 



Per FrIt 



350 Pairs of Women** fine Silk and Wool fihoddtlgB #ifH 

wcariti;^ part*, ttrrinply reinforced. These come in all nf the 
pupuL-ir sha«lc.s for Fall. Unusual value at, per pair 80^ 

Holeproof Silk Hone, in All the JSeweit SBm/^M 
SUk to the Top, $1.00 Par Pair 




ConaertoHveB of 
Vancowier Eleci' 
New ExecuHve$ 



VANCOUVKR. Oct 3^ \fr Ho* 

■rd Campbell was eleci^ prr<iidrnt 

of the District Vln** i ■,-.>;^».r-.nri 



HEAD FIX 



Victoria 




Company 

H.M. Mail CoiKractors 



OUR SPECIALTY 

Furniture Mewed, Crstad 

snd Shipped 
Pool Csrs for Prairiea end 
An Potats Mm 



We Can Save You Time and 
Umttf. Lvitit Vaae In 
the Qxy, 

PboftSft XS05 and 25M 
SlO Fort Street 



SklailenMsiteiteks 



J'ljit ■^ji*>ii Huddy is trying tn 
msk^ ft hi- ^HH'-lhina like this hai 
lo hspprnf Of cf\m^ his rival 
wiwld b*- thf DrFf wUh ssxtstance 
Cheer up. Buddy, there wlU be aa- 




Association at the snn'.isl meeting 
last night. 

Declaring that the platform laid 
down by the Coru^rvstire party at 
the Kamloopa convention in ItV 
« ouid he foiOevad. Kaa. R. L. Mait- 
i»nd Kpoke after ofnean had been 
elected. 

The gaaeBne tax weoM be set 

aside for wor% on new roada and 
highways tn Brituh Colimibta. said 
the speaks These, he said, would 
be bum for the best general use 
of th^ peoi>Ie of 'iie province. 

Wnrk on mirvevs snd aodlttng 
will ronltnur aald the spealUT. 

"Beforr tt will pan. with tiM 9^ 
nftc Oreat Rastem RaUway SBi 
Peace Rtver laiids, this Oovernment 
f ii pb sBi. aa guardian of iraoureas 
flf the paeplB, to know eaaoOy what 
It eeos to 

ef tts 




CO HOME THIS YEAR! 

Your n/nliiw-s anH friemU trill not mjoy 
ari]/l/iing mort than g titil frirm you. 

w% H»»s WM n ao thst nw mi mm tamon. 
Mu iMbgfyibSMf^Teyii<»<i>gifc 



THROUGH SLEEPING CARS FROM WESTERN CANADA 

ronnecf in^ irifA 

SPECIAL TRAINS w WINNIPEG 

If Ae tf Mi wd fm AOfwifv M^Unff 




CkyTldrvt Offlca 
911 Oor^ It 



THIS OATLY rOLOVTST. VTCT01?TA. B.C SA rrKOAV. OCTORKR 26. 1929 



We Daily Colonist 




FrtRttaff and 



<nlll cnpUon tut— by C »rrtrr an.! by Mall la DUttlOto 

voottiaani lo vtcu>ru. served OBliiMI 

City C«Tler»: 

Sj;^^^:::::-:: : : ::• •'SiS 

P^ rawil i r to gtfv both old tnd new uMroB. 
^ flubHrtptlaD luMi bjr Man: 
Cuftda, omt 9rtuia Um Cnit«d bimm and 
MiKlAah mpi tfMrteti m «bim: 

^"f'r , __ ., fnfw 

H.l? Yearly __ __ 

Wuarierly T.I"™! IM 

AH l UfMCrtpttop rtte^ payablB tn •i'vanct 'iiuU iUb- 
••qUMted Co nmkr all rriitltt«aOtS <Ur*Ct 

to Tlif DitUy Coljiilsl. 



Uju. The U»lt«d 8tal«« OvvcmiiMcti. ^»eiMimg 
thirty-three nxnd a third otata <Qr wmrtftlng Uke 
thAtJ per bead of the population in what appear* 

to be X futU« attempt to enforce Prohibition. If 

Catiiicla Vifrc lu flu wliiil the UufTalo paptT thlnki 

11 wuiUd be A tUie thuig lar her to da. and tlif 
PrnhlWtthiilili tt Oanada say abe oui^t to do, 
the eeat to the peopl« of thiaoouiUcy of tUa flxu 
iBeQtlmenkal ccrtore would ke nUk* mlUkm doUara 
annuaUy, or' ooe dollar jar JSMd of the popu- 
lation. 

It we cannot have reclproelky of trade, we 
mlfbt at the very least have reciprocity of aan- 
tlment. When the Canadian people eateh a 

j;liinpv (.f th<- UiifTalo papf r, or the Seattle 
papei. ur a e'oiit^i *.':iaman, making a gesture of 
k'uud-wUl which Unpllec something more than 
mere vorda. then It miv b* time to revtta what 
should be «ur natlona! oeouomlc creed, ithat If 

Canada attetuts .srr'.ctly anri cmrlrnDy to hrr i,wn 
business her huncu will be &u occupied lltal 5lu> 
will have no time to help other nations to do 
thincs which are strieUsr their business. 



TOURIST OROIIP 
HOLDSKTINO 

Mr. A. S. Denny Describes 

Mrthods of Braulifyiiig 
and I)t'\rl{)])iiig tngli*h 
Seaside Resorts 



Jots From Geography 



ATTRACTIONS FOR 
CHILDREN NEEDED 



riNANciAL ruamtMB 



A member of CoriKresa. suspecting that there 
may have been s.jjiie K^mbUng going on in the 
sit . k cx'-hangefi, will oak for the appointment 
ot a committee or a *^mmlw|qn, or of aome body 
aqually IneAeleDt, to look btto the matter and 
maka a -rcpoj- riie stock exchanges arc not 
Ukely to bt- sJmAin by anotlicr panic when tiiey 
hear about the report. Like all ponderously Im- 
portant bodies, Coogreae Ja not swift In action 

A speelal aeastoa of Oongreea waa caDtd by 
an lne3q>erlenced President to deal with a tariff 
bill, and nottltng else, a less important and 
ciMiiparatlvely Ilght-welght body would have pol- 
ished off and adopted any kind of nteftsttre In 
a few hours. CaDfraaa has been, attttog on the 
tariff bill for nearly six months and has not 
adopted It yet. and It probably will complete Its 
special session with the tarllT bill still In Its 
hands and in the condition It was in when 
received from the hands of the toexpertanoed 
President. 

tio If Congress appoints a conmilsslon or com 
mittee to look Into the manner In which business 
or speculaUon la conducted on the gtock ex- 
changes, th e apiaAutaiBut wm i>e mad rMwa 

long debate The commission or committee, If 
appointed, wlU uke a lung tUne coUccling evl- 
(it-iH P, a longer time considering the evidence 
after It Is ooliacted, and a still longer time pre- 
paring a report for pretamtathm to Coogran for 
Ua Nrioua «onslderatl(TL uy the thna tba epm- 
mlsslon or commute*' ini.^ iialshed Ita work the 
stock exchanges will have recovered from their 
attacks of the nerves and wUl be carcylns on 
tbetr bualnesB or speeolationa In a normal man- 
ner. If the findings of the commission or com- 
mittee should reach Congress, they will be de&lt 
with tn the ugoal wiy. Ttef wm ba raoMvwl 
and Qied. 

Stock exchanges are peculiar Institutions. To 
many minds of limited capacity ttH\v ar*? liuom- 
prrhenalbte ln.stltutlons. They seem to be essen- 
tial for the proper and efficient tranaaottom ot 
the busineas of every country. As soon as any 
oommanSty attalna the asknowledged status of 
a dty. It must have a stock exchange. And yet 
an W:knowledged authority on business has Just 
stated that there Is no relation between the 
busineas dona even on each a stock exchange as 
that of Hew York and the general buahieas being 
done throughout the country. The meaning of 
this stattment. we assume. Is that there may be 
a paiiK-, or a near-panic, on the Stock oxidmiiges, 
but the wheela of industry conttaue to torn and 
ganeral boitneai proeeeda aa osuaL But that view 
of the esse ia not absolute. There have been 
panics on stock exchanges which have alTecied 
I he business of the country and preceded 
an acute bualnesa depresaioD throughout the 
country. 

Tlie question therefore must have pre.'sented 
Itself to many minds aa a result or cxLitlng con- 
-iitlons and previous experience whether stock 
exchanges really are eaa e ntl a l to the proper con- 
duet of the buttneei of any eountry. Stock ex- 
changes hav* been arbitrarily closed when 
dsnfier of It panic appeared to be imminent, and 
fhe bii.-dneas of the country did not appear to be 
aflccied in the least by the lack of tba apparently 
esaenttal eoff In the oomnuMal and Industrial 
machine. 

In these days whan there arc so many radical 
reformers abroad looking for Institutions to pulJ 
down, It la remarkable to think that no Iconoclast 
has levelled a verbal broadalda «t tht atoek 
exchangee. And yet stock exchahges must surely 
foUUI aome useful purpose, or that old financial 
Innitutlon In the business heart of London, 
wiiich has long been the bualness centre of the 
world, would not have been Immune fhNB attack 
by the triumphant forces of Labor. Poaslbly 
ttun may be a ahot or two Orod In anger before 
the and of the preaent financial naof^ 



There Jtiavf been periods In tht- hi;.ti.tr> of the 
world when the question of the first-born was of 
considerable importance. In the patriarchal age 
the nrat-boro vac acoordad a preferential poal- 
thm In the family. In the feudal age the first- 
born male was the heir to all titles and estates. 
That Tustom still prevails, possibly In a some- 
what modified degree, In Great Britain. In this 
country It la not tha flrst-bom* but the best- 
bom, that Is of importanee. It It the bett-bom 
who Is a credit to the fanilJy and an honor to the 
country In case the nuantng of the above may 
seem somewhat obscure apply It tO tba CAM Of 
the Premier of Brltlah Columbia. 



There are many imiutora of Ltndbecgh tn the 
world, but only one Lindbergh. We fear the Mon- 
tana cowboy who Is, we hope, stIU on his way 
acroas the Atlantic In an airplane, may find out 
that aa much experienee is neeesaary to drive a 
flying machine acroas the great waters as to 
drive a steer over the broad plains. The motto 
of the adventurou.s youth of the present day ap- 
pears to be "neck or nothing." This motto, by 
the way, aaema to be naUed to the dashboards 
of many motor cars aa well as to the walls In 
eockptts of j[ few airptanca. ' ~ 

It Is a pity that Mr. Ramsay MacOonald's 
visit to this continent should have been accom- 
panied by so many extravagant statementa and 
aucb awiOUng aasumptlons. Exaggeration tends 
always to brtng about reaction. The preas is 
Kreatly to blame. Up to date all haa been talk 
and what the Ainerlcan.i describe as "banyhoo." 
Mr. MacDonald has been covered with glory by 
his American friend,*^ but it BtlU Is questionable 
what he takes back with him to Kurope to solve 
the problems of that eontloent 



That bleaaed word **8elf-determlnatlon** seems 

to be too big for the comprehenalon "f the mar- 
tlal-mlnded Chinese, The troubles of that newly- 
emonclpated nation appear to be both internal 
and external, and Internal maladies are usually 
tlw most InHdhma and the moit duiarous. 



The Weather 



Metrorolti^lcal Office. Victoria, at fl pin. October 
25. 1I29 

PREX; I FIXATION AND TmPETRATURES 

Ram MUi Max 



VicTorlft ,' . xa 

VkiifOiivcr 

KftiiilfX'ps ...... 

Prince Qeorse .02 

Esievan Point .la 

Prince Rupert 02 

L>awson 

Seattle trace 

Portland 

Sao PtaaeisM . ! 

ASM timca 

Lee ABgelea _ 

PentlcUm . 

Vernon _^ 

Orand Forks r — 

Nelson — r,T\ 

Kaslo 



NO BOOM rOK BSNTnUNT 

Aa Amatlean Oongresaman. speaking on the 
tariff, dotdared that there wn-; no sentiment In 
the btudnesa relations between nations, that the 
tariff wa.i a matter of cold, selfish and brutal 
businefs, and should be adopted In abaohlte dis- 
regard of lu possible effects upon International 
trade. That Is plain speaking and undoubtedly 
expresses public opinion In the Untied States. 

The Seattle Tlmm is equally blunt In lU views 
upon the tariff. It does not allow the close and 
friendly relations between the people of Seattle 
and the people of British Columbia to influence 
Its opinions, for It declares that it la essential 
for the present and future well-being of the 
shingle and lumbering industries of the Btatea 
of Oregon and Waahlncton that the prodnota of 
.the foresta of this provhiee shall ba ■fctPMrty 
exeloded from the markeu of the Vnlted States; 
Bnd It li ri.'n'^ t^- ->( mpulou.s in H-i statements 
regarding the processes of our Industry in its 
efforts to establish Ita cftae. mwrt la Ad eentl- 
ment in bnatDasa." 

A BOfltldO IMWqWMr. published In a slate 
which \n more populous than Cnnada. and prob- 
ably Is more wealthy than the whole of Canada, 
and yet do«!i not contribute a cent to assist tn 
the Enforcement of PrahlUtkm. saya It would be 
a fine gesture of good-wftl If the Ooverrunent of 

'^■fin.Kla wnnlfl /;.<rrir.'h:!,n u Uililks WOUld 

f.A.si.-it th*^ Unltz-d States government to enforce 
Prohibition. That appeal may not be an attempt 
to Introduce aenUmant Into baskMsa. but it \^ 
QbvkMnly aa attan^t to taitvadMe aenttmant bito 
paittk^ vAMkli i0mmmm^ eoU-MMad 
«abttilneea. 

But there la a butfUMag aspect to Uila matter 
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Victoria and VicUilty— Umt |» tboriMlta whuU 

Generally fair and mlkJ. 

Vancouver and Vicinity— light 10 medSimte Winds. 

Mostly cloudy and mild. 

flUDAY 

Maximum ™-. „.„.^ 

Munmum ll.imilllll* 4g 

Average Illiri""!-., 53 

Mlnlnium on grass ------ 

Rain. .M incb. ' 
oensral etaie of wenrh>- 

5 TM, WEATHKK ttUMHtrs 
Victoria fiAi' iTieter, 'joni!, ., in rnlles, cloudy. 

Vtnrouvrr Hariimr-Ier, .10 .>fj Mind, ]£. 4' mUos* 
cloudy. • 
Knmloopft—Barometcx. 3ttJ4; calm fair 
prinrr ncfffge-BaRxaaier. nmi wind. B.W., 4 

mllei, fair. 

Pilnes Rupert— BaroBMtar, SiM; wind. 8«h « oiOai; 
fair. 

Mvan Polnt~Ba»aet«-. 80.1«; ertad, H.W. s 
mUes; fair. 

J*5**^^B«flBe^ 30.0S: wind, a, M mike; rmln. 
PorUaad-JlaromBtir. w.iO: wind. N.W., 4 miles; 
smoky. 

Seattle Barometer. 90.10; wind. 8.. IS mUSa* cloudy 
^^San PtaaotsoP^-Baromoter, sa.M: wind, W.. UoiUei; 



How England take* advantage af 

every nook Sod eraaay to beautify 

the shores of her great wftirrlng 

i>la'fs i.n the coajit wu.s told lu llie 
Tn'ir -A (ir.>uii of tiie Chdnitx-r of 
(■oiiiiiiru c Hi liui- hpoii li; thi- 
Cluuubfl- \p^ltMilii\ liy Mr ,^ M 

Denny, w ti- . tia«. ■ (■■ cm h t c, i n urd 
from a Lrlp tt* burupc. titarborougli 

he Mid. was parOeularly aoMeeabie 

In this rmpeot. 

Mr I 'f liny di'.icrHif J ihe clill- 
drens pool at Bournemouth. This, 

ha said, wm a great sheet of water, 
about half a mile long sad five feet 
wide. At DO point was the depth 
more than nine inehes, and ewry 
day hundreds of Bnall obUdren 
mlfbt be seen wading ta this ptooo 
of wRt.er, while seats were atranged 
iili>iii< tlir bank I n- Uielr elders. An- 
othiT a'liartii-n v.ar the modtf 
yacht i«iiul, which v-.i.? built square 
In shape, and where, on a Saturday 
afternoon between 600 and 600 en- 
t hU e lart i regularly competed for 
small trophies in properly organised 
raese. ""We have endlesi attrac- 
tions m Vloloite foe grown-upB," 
MUd the speaker, -but I think that 
we should do well to remember that 
many of our visitors bring tbetr 
families and to nuke some provtium 
for the ehndren." 

A gmPU PAKPHLBT 
"The visitor to any Surepeah 
hotel." continued Mr. Denny. 'Ms 
prssetited. at the same time that 
he reoelves tbe key ctf his room, 
with a very small and very simple 
pamphlet, devoid of aU advertising 
matter, which, lells htm the rl**— 
»i the nelRhborhood which are 
worth vlfiitUiK find how la ^iri '.u 
them. These paniphleLi are Ukued 
by a ^dioate of hotel keepers, and 
the very fact that tbay are so brief 
has bean fouad to be A decided ad- 
vantage." 

Advertisements for KigUSh water- 
ing places, went on the spesker, 
■t rain e d the quesUon lyf health to 
a very large extent. "1 think." he 
sBld. "that In our desire to advex- 
tlAe the beauties of our city we have 
bren Rpl to overlook thl« very Im- 
portant BJ«pect of t>ur cumpalgn." 

Mr. Denny spoke of tJie famous 
"Zlgmag Path" which runs up the 
cliff at Boumemouth. This, he 
said, was ooe of the prettiest and 
meet effective things ha bad seen 
in England. At each turn of the 
path was a covered sbetter. wtiere 
people might ilt out et the sun or 
rain and look out to tern. In this 
connection he pointed out that 
there was not a single seat along 
the shore between tlip Outer 
Wharves and Oak Bay, and he sug- 
Kesled that a few shelters, similar 
tn th'S'* 'oi-'^i en thr ."ujuth coojit 
of i^IUKUnd, [nlghl be put up on 
Beacon HUl at v^r>' lltLl-- 

MR. F. B. rOWLER SPEAKR 
Mr, P, B, Powler, president of the 
Chamber of Commerr'-. while aitree- 
inii with the p;!".:!^'-. speaker on 
many points, said that It should be 
reoMcnbered that coodltloas tn Eng- 
land were very dtffwent trom those 
on Vancouver Island. iDfufleml had 
enormous ettles frlm which to draw 
the population for her watsrlog- 
places and daily excursions were 
used to pour the people Into the sea- 
side towns. 

Tlic speaker mentioned the com* 
ing Yuletlde Festival at the Em- 
press Hotel ThLii. he said, should 
not be regardrd u a movement on 
the part of the Canadian Pacinc 
RaUway Ui n.nV.r more attractive 
one of ItA own hotelA. but should 
be accepted as a civic enterprise, 
whcrem the entire population of 
Vlatorta sboald eonUdne to nuke it 
a fssilval pMUllar to this dty. 




AlNUow Niilural Bndge. In 
'.hf valley <il the Llttlr- Col- 
onidn Hlver. ftlon« ihe ArUon:!- 
Ulah Ihtrder, u a -pan of ?(und 
-X '\H- 21'.> fpei wldf, wilh ;t lirltclr 
of nearly 300 fticl U us one ol 
America a finest natural oroalona. 
Thu valley in which the bridge is 
fnund li a jumbled man of roeky 
mounlatlas, itw guides have 
turned It "me Uad Oed 
Fbfge^" 



SCHOLARSHIP WON 
By(j.B.C STUDENT 





lu a room? 



lUyOFHAHVESTER 
EXCUBSIMWSflVtit 

Tractor, Combine and Tnich An 
8Bper«odlii«: Huaan Labor in 
Harvceta on PnMw 

TORONTO. Oct. 36.— The day of 
the harvesters' exctunlon Is almost 
over In the gralb-ralslng areas of 
the West, said Senator W. A. 
Buchanan, proprietor of The Letb- 
brldge Herald. Albrrta. in the couna 
of an Interview hrrr yesterday. 

*TChe tractor, the combine and 
the truck are revolutionizing the 
grain farm. Latwr costa are twins 
greatly reduced and a few men are 
doing all tba tllUng and harvwt 
week. Where piously the harvest 
aad threshhig nqutreauala par- 
tleulartr TWB aaidgtr w i i we uti w 
men men." 

OPTnOBnC OUTLOOK 
fisnator Thaihsnan settnded aa 
optlmlstfo note when dfmming 
both present oondltloos In (he West 
and outlook for next year. Lqiscij 
from the crops will not bo as great 
as was at first expected, he behevad. 
and Autimm weather conditions give 
every indication of a succcaTuI har- 
vest, even of a irosslbillty of a 
bumppr rt'i' 

"6o for OA Southern Alberta Is 
oonoemed, present conditions could 
hardly be Improved on, and the out- 
look for next year Is moat encour- 
iigta» Ttim proepecta for 1080 are 
made promising by a good ralnfau. 
amotmtina to almost three and a 
hBir . I, ■■)!'■' \h\-- Fr'i ■■ !;,. said. 

PliNS TO liRFFT 
VtlHiAMSOf MUNii 

"Old CqnlcmpUblce" WUl Arrlre 
Here Today fee IMve aad 



SIR HENRY THORNTON 
HAS CONTRACT AGAIN 
AND TO REMAIN HERE 

OTTAWA. Oct 36.— The order-ln- 
oauncll has loeen Mgned re-mgaglng 
Mr Renry Thornton n« president of 
the Canadian National Hallways for 
another five yearn at a salary of 
I7S4XK}. It was announced here to- 
day. A few days ago It was fore- 
east that the new contract was for 
five years and ths salary would be 
$76^. whleh Is f 10JOO8 more than 
Sir Henry prevlaasly neslvad. 

Sir Henry aleo receives 810AM a 
year travellna expenses, suppDad by 
the Caimdian National Railways 
and not included in the order-ln- 
eouaelL 



PQWT AMD MWOMr 

I3ani u the ailad^ deep dweumg. 

Roofed and walM and floored 
With ancient roek., There a^ter. »)owlr Millim. 

Or slowly dripped. U stored 

In a dbn, deep, dreaminc pool, 
thivexed to rain <«> sumight or tlie cool 
Wings of the wtaid, nnumohed by Joy or grieving 
Or the talltsmeis and ecstasy of UvUw, 
T1U the white bathecs coom, wartiv tieadtea 
Lovely, desired, with rsoy flsah 
Like the apple-bknm en grey bemte 

In April, and their feet refiaih 
Uke April the grey deaert plasa. 

For when with a sudden frmihMi gfaee 
Th'-y break the pool'i long aiau In »0 atry fUgbt 
Of divini. the dim pool takm fight. 
Rlr>onn lo soft fire In a thousand tsi«u« nafuMlM 
Tliftt -ihed a ahlramerlnc beauty on mot and walk. 
And r^'Ls*- in liioae stem halls 
lAUghtr\f{ music of water. fOll |ha deaMl 

Of that dark underworld 
ThrlUa harp-hke with new acstasy aa IhS lasalll 

Of a thousand buds uncurUng. 



— ^Autltt Armstnaic 

disquieted many. 

Us 



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A bsrichlling iMnRii*- fislh 
driven ihmi from naUoo to nauoni 
It pulled down, and um U Bu a a Ike 
men - EeelM4asUnM 

II any amons you ..^^meih to be religious, and 
^ tongue, nm dfveiveih hu own heart, 
mmi* IMVlun is ta v»Ul— bl 4taam> 



The Rhyming Optimist 

By Alku 



NOT IN BARTHrs ItOn. 
They are but blind who would deny 

High Uneege to the human, soul. 
Dispute Its Immortall^ 

And doubt the glory ot the goal. 

Pbr every hour the soul refutn 
Allegiance to the common clay 

Not In Berth's soil lu being loou 
And not of earth Its traaquU away. 

A leaser force would turn aside 
Prom tasks whleh every soul most 
mest» 

Worn barriers It most orerrtde. 
Prom challengers It must defeat 

ret the Imperial wUl sutvItw 
th m u m be r eg iHeefes and soaa ef 

time; 

It spsiAs thfwqgh h«li and baaMi 
Uves, 

lUe souk IHMM mSMfS M sob- 
lima. 



TIic (^Ui Contemptible*," who 
win bf Kiiest* of the British Cam- 
palirners' Branch of the Canadian 
Legion during the week>end, wUI 
arrive on the aftemooB boat tnm 
Vancouver toddy. 

Lieutenant-Colonel Lome Ross 
and memtiers of the CampsJgnen 
win welcome the visitors. A wreath 
will be placed on the oeaotapb, 
after whuh hr«tJi and gueste will 
be tak(>[i r ^r II uiur round the dty 
and tn ad]B-,"Piit scenic points, 

They will iheti proceed to Booke. 
where they will lay a wreath on the 
memorial ihprc FrCMn the nicniorlnl 
they wUl ke driven to The Blufi. 
the residence of Mr Musarave. 
which that gentleman has placed at 
the dltpoeal of the veterans. 

Ur. Terry and Mr.- Webb, of 
Sooke. two oomradee of the "con- 
temptible" visitors, acting aa a ra- 
tion fatigue, will fortify them 
against the exerUons of the evening 
and provide for their wants until 
the attack on the GaavalgDers' 
table 1.1 mud'". 

Ttir 'rvifrdl!lr>nftry force" will re- 
turn to Vii't.irlu at 7 o'clock, and It 
pa 'I ;riiliirh' d e:\ired that vel- 
er«n.H and utizf aa will fill the audi- 
lortom and give the visitors a royal 
weloome. Tickets may bt obUlned 
at the door unUl 7:M o'clock, when 
thp banquet will begin. 

The "contemptible^" will attend 
divine iiervlre at Christ Ohnroh 
Cathedral on Sunday morning, 
"falling m"- St the Publir Library 
St 10:15 o'clock, from whence, head- 
ed by the band of the 5tb Regi- 
ment, they will march to the cathe- 
dral. 

Return to Vancouver will be made 
on the aftemeoQ boat, 

TRACTORS INCREASE 
OUTPUT OF LOGGERS 

SEATTLE. Oct. 38.— IVactaa wsre 
listed as probably the grsaisaC single 
mechanleal laetor otmMfanttag to- 
wards inoreaeed output of lo«i la 
Pacific Gout forests kqp liean. 
Robert Bile* and Orvflle lOBSr, 
speaking before the PselAe Logging 
Congreaa here Tl im ada y . 

Th** tractorn were particularly 
useful OS ree>ders to nkyllnes and 
oold-deck machines, the speakers 
said, eliminating lo a large degree 
spar tres yarding with expensive 
equipment aad lasga eraaa. 

KXBoirra waiom omoiM 



LOJIJL 
Award 



At a meeting of the ooromlttee of 

M-]iM ti(ji> under the Provincial Ohap- 
i.T Of the 115DE. the IttO Over- 

.sf u' ro,s! ( iradiiu!^' Sr.holar^lp was 
« w Ar drd to V rcnk .Selkirk Miirlrv 
40^6 nuriceutii Aveuue West. Van- 
couver, 

Mr. uorisw was bom at Bimla- 
vuie. oat^ tUBanihgr u. a80i and 
received his pobtte aad high school 
education thars, and his tmlvenlty 
work at the University of Brltlsfa 
Columbia He is proceeding to the 
degree .it n A from the University 
of Krilisli t'nluinbla in 1830. 

Ml Mi,iii-y ' fiiiii. r enlisted and 
WI---.1 o\r-i wiUi tt t unadlan rrglmcnt 
und w as transl(-rretl In Kinnlmiil v> 
the Kast KeniA, Ltie Buffs, wuh 

wbMi he went to Waaoe as second 
lieutenant Be was killed at Litie, 
October 8. U18. 

Two uncles. Colonel Arthur Mor- 
ley and Bstgeaat iUCred Moriey. 
served Ofansea aad saffcred 

wound 

Mr M'.}U \ ■„■- i.;.-«l,l.-;i: ,,I the 
ljlulo-%ophy tiiib <in.l v U(.•-l^^c.^ld<'Ut 
of the debstUig union of Uie Unlvi^- 
alty of British Columbia. Uis uUi- 
letio activities are tenoia. swlnumng 
and hockey. He wlahea to go to 
X^mdon Umvefsl^ to study Cana- 
dian history and Imperial relaUonii 
He iriifnds entering tJie ministry 
of ' ■ <- !■!- tjvuTian t'hun h. 

IlItaiLV KECOMMKNDKD 
EJr. Sedgwick writes of him: "I 
most heartily commend Mr Frank 
Morley to your attention His 
record In tJie college has been ad- 
mirable. He ha.-» tjualtfted for 
honors work m both philosophy and ' 
history, and he Is now reading for' 
honors In the latter subject. Last 
year he made an ean ftiet elass m 
hi.s examlnatloBS. Of his character, 
I think I cannot speak too highly. 
He \s thoroughly sound and thor- 
ouRhiv devoted to duty Hr ttas ttie 
respect of ever^'on/* who knows him " 
Dr. W. N, Sage, also commended 
Mr. Morley's applicatun wirtiic 
is a young man of flue per- 
sonaUty and excellent charaeter. and 
htlereeted in outdoor sports." He 
has been keenly mterestsd m stadent 
eeUvltlcs and has been quHe a leader 
among his fellows, 

PttWi r>r D. C. Harveya letter: 
"He la Interested In debating and 
In discussion groups In denpral. On 
the whole, he u a young man of 
much promise ond should be a 
worthy representative of thti univer- 
sity as wall as ot the province - 
TALtri OP SCHOLARSHIl* 
The value of the oveniea.^ sclioiar- 
•hip Is 81.400. Seven awards have 
been made In British Cohunbla. Nine 
poet-graduate scholanhlpa, one m 
each provlnoe of the Dominion, are 
offered annually to enable studenU 
to carry on studies at any unlvenlty 
in ihr L'nitrd Kingdom Candidates 
rmv be men or woineii. unmarried 
''V miuit be British txini, iml:irBl- 
ucd allies, or naturalized neulnls. 
with at least five yearn* nabiHMn in 
Muiada. 

Esoept in the case e( a returned 
aoktlcr. sailor or airman, they must 
have passed their nbieteenth but not 
their twenty -seventh lilrthday In 
October of the year during which 
liify bcsln their eourse. in the case 
of a man who has lerved In the 
Oroat War he must not havp poAited 
hU Uiirty-Lhlrd birthday m October 
of the year during wliMi he bsghH 
hlLcoum. 

"niese (tchotanthlpA form whet ta 
known as the permanent part of 
the I.O.D K. War Memorial, only the 
Interest In the capital sum set aside 
for that support being used 

The perioiiK-'l (f the British 
ColumbU comrnlUee is Mrs. Curtia of Columbia. MU Honor Judge 
itSiSlS^SSlSf^^JfT!^*"'- ^" Lampman, and Miss H. B Cooke. 

afwiiiis'nSS:. .5SS2Sent"ite^ "^""^ 

education: Mr. B. C. Nleholas, mem- 1 ' 

ber of the board of govemon,| The row! to ruta Is plainly slan- 





Not Justfor theBeauty YouSee 

W]f(» van ;malyrc the rh.-iMn .tf rurnantic 
^if'Suciatiun ; W ho cm tell wliy a Koyal 
Worcester plate ... a W'ed^'wood vase 
■ ■ or a atateJy Old English Rock Crys- 
tal Kol^let haa an dppeal fnfinitely greater than 
lovely line nf cotitnnr''' \\*hv (iucr. the Idui' 
(tf 1)1.1 Wdrld beauty ni ,i \'c«- U i-rM sctiinj.; 
g;i\e 5uch a sure and umnislakaMf < li.iracter 



We du nut know. But 



we are sure U you will come and see the Weilci 
collection of European ObJ«ta d'Art you Avill 
find China and Crystal that will arrest your 

ini.itrinaiion . . . will awakea in you the 
<lc&irc t<Jr possession. 

Whether you need anythlngr dr aot , , . 
come in and enjoy them in the quite ttnconi 

mercial atmosphere of a iiniseuni M art, 

WEILER'S 

Complete House Fumlahera 
Govemmaat Sueet £atabUabed r^-^? 




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Roerov. ON don, UABJt, 
Oct 3S.— Fourteen Russians, MM- 

ing two former high olBcerB of the 
army and three property owneni 
were esecutMl today on charges of 
maintaining an armed monarchlal 
flOiunt«--revf | itinnary organlaaUoa 
tn unflergTound qtiart*r» m the 
North Caucasus "V'ntalns. 



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To win at Bridge la to take every 

r«^axotiiiblp rhanrr that often to ar- 
rive nt the best blrt fnr ptame m the 
two handu Never df.*lrp to play a 
hand for polntB leu thsn ssme. 
Points lesA Umn game ar^ >ir nbout 
aa much value ax a lost year ■ bird's 
nest. Never retir-'t a lou that re- 
stilts from taking n reaoonable 
chonre for Rsnie 

SAurKT roirtm or ittr ainPTwn 
AneUon: Sotjth wUh a dbfhict 
Rutt type of hand and the required 
minimum valups for an orlslnat mit 
Md. opens the bidding with one 
CM^ west orarcells with one Ota- 
m e ft l fc . mA North with two Otaba. 
North, with two stoppcn In Dia- 
noods. is strongly tempted to 
ettanas the BeartrantiaUdn and Md 
a l*a ivsesp but desMia apon the 
mm oonservatlve eourae of first 
supporting partner's Club bM end 
awatttng further dertlopnenta. Bast 
bids two DUmoods and Bouth now 
shows bU weak aecondary Ma)or by 
Adding two npadea West Mdi thrw 
Dbunondi and Nortii. thn-e Bpadea, 
oondudlnf the bidding 

Osnlrart: At Contract the bidding 
■tarts the Mme a^ In Auction f i< rp( 
that North Is In a grentcr ouandrv 
11^ a» AMUdB vMtet 10 MM MO 

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frump or aartat the Ohiba Meet- 
ing the latter procedtve. he Mda 
four Clubii, to Invite partner to bM 
for same if his values warrant Bast 
puslng. South bids four Spadea as 
nHther his Club ault nor his itide 
vslues warrant bidding five Cluba 
Also. South Is confident that If hU 
aecondary four Bpade bid does not 
suli iiartner. he will change the blrt 
As the four Spade bid admirably fiu 
North's hand, four Bpndes beoomcs 
the ttnal4eclarati..r> 

TBS rijiT 
West opens the Quern nf Pia- 
monds. "nie Dummy Roing down 
Sooth pauses to consider how best 
to devakip the two hands The rfi 
eanls obtainable on the Ace 
King of Dlarooodi are of little ot u< 
value to him. Be wins the first Dia- 
mond tnek with the Xh« and dls- 
enrds the flT* of BSarta Ha then 
leads the Twe of BpadN Itam t>iim- 
my. West winning with the King 
and leading the Jack of DIamonda. 
Botrtb wins with the Are in Dummy 
and dlaeards thr Three of Oluba in 
order to provide two entrle* In Dum- 
my by means of two Hi«rt rufr« to 
take. If needed two rine^wi in 
Cluba. He nfxt Ifad.^ th*- Rix or 
Spadea, West wlnnlnc with the Ace 
West lead* the Ten of DIamonda 
which South trumps with the War 
of Bpadea. The eatetandlng tronps 
new exhausted Oooth leads the six 
of aeerts whkh W«t wins vtth the 
Tan. 

Wset la In a doubt mi pooltlon es 
to his next lead T'l lead tTte stl^le- 
ton Jack nt Cluba up to the De- 
ciarpT who bid Oluhs Is practically 
out of the quesUon. Therefore. hU 
only rholc* U to laod a Diamond or 
a Heart A* Kb«i mu^t hoM the Ace 
of Hearts. w*«r \rni\^ the Two of 
Bearts which houUi inimp« with 
Oie Tm ot Spadea in L>umniv anri 
leads the ram ef Cluba. fmeming 
the Queen ag «||h ntoe Okila be- 
tween the two haod^ ll* Aaald Uke 
the single flnessa 

The Queen heldlqg the trlrk. i^ 
then isads ths Mi of RaarU 
trvniptaf m Dummy with the Queen 
of ^pades to load another Club, fhe 
Hve. flnaasine the Ten 'the jac* 
hsving dropped on tba Onsan ef 
< lubn' Played tn 
South makes four-odd. 



ISLAND ARTS AND 
CRAVES AOCZSTT 

't ir ■ 'i V 1, ;. 1.1 ' 

Exhibition 

of Paintings, Drawings, Desig; 
and Crafts 

BELMONT BUILDING 

(4(h Floor) 

Wednesday, Oct. 23 
to Thursday, Oot. 31 

11 AM. to A P.M. DaUy 
Admisakm, 25c Children, In 
Season Tickets, 50c 
Aftrrnoon Teas Served 



Hanowe'en 

Thursdsy, October 31 

We Have in Stock 
PARTY SUPPLIES 

Of All Kmdi 

LITCHFIELD'S, LTD. 

M>iea itationarB 
Ooveriment 
PboffM >73g 



A anuugy 

ptMpcnnitat 
Itf indiutric^ 
Detnami 

BX. Products 
and provide 
for your 

continued 



B.C. ritODlJCTS BtR£At 
nat ■ BMlrfl 



X • 



THE PAIi.V COLOXIST. VICTORIA. B.C. SATLUd'w. uCTuLiRR 26^1929 



[iitABl.t8UjBD 2aS5 



Genuine 
Strap Pump 




In jiroMfiiy Navy Blue, Black 

GET YOUR SIZE NOW 

Maynard's Shoe Store 

uA^J Vafes Street ' Fhoiir KM.* 

iWUERE MOST'P£OPLE TRADEi 



mouTpyT 

INCREASES AS 



Judged Most Perfect Bulldog in World 




SENSATIONAL 



VALUES 

In beautiful i)iAh<'K>i>y. ^''t'< 
bench to match, this ftiif 
quality* pi.ind ha* hfcn iisrcl 
only a »horl time aud caiitf t 
diitmcuiMwd from a nrtv 
initniinent I Stfe k uM^ > 
It'i. urpksl of our unaciiut 
piano Iwrrainti. 

Davis & King, Ltd. 

717 Fort St. Qoam ^' - ^« 7ii 



ITaad 

GERHARD 

HEINTZMAN 

PIANO 

Regular $675 
SALE PRICE 

$32S 

QwTerma 



While Vadafkm Exbts in 
Other Coal Fidds. Little 
( Is Noticeable in 

Isiand Collieries' f^^t 

STATISTICS FOR 

S^PTEMMn 



Offers Invijted 
Attractive Honse bDak Bay 

1 hi^ desirable Imnie has seven rooms and stands in large 
lot with lane at the rear. The entrance ball is beamed 
ii' ' paneled, ss is also the handsome dining-room. The 
luill. .lininfT-rooni an-l livtng-rnom have itilaid oak flour* 
cjf good workinaii&hip. There are two bedrooms down- 
tain and two dp. Bath U se[taraCe from toilet. The 
•iirn;ice is rxcpptinnallv good and very efficient. There 
;^ a garage and a gootl flower and vegetable garden. 
I ocated in a high-class district and served hy bus and 
.^luTt rar. No phone infonnalinn. If you desire a Roml 
phirc at $4,750 or thereabouts, let us show you this. 

PbOna 1765 ar 87U for Appointment 

E. S. Woodward 

CampbvU BIdf. BstBt« Agent 



Itie output ui eoKl far the Frov- 
Inre of British Cqtoipbta far the 
month of s«ptembflr #*■ sUfbtly Ui 

exceaa of what It was In the pre- 
redtng month of 4UKU4t Zt was 
179.07) urns In September and 
176,W)9 In Auffust. 

For Vancouver Island cnilicrles 
the output for tht^sc two montlu 
were practically ih« aame. In Sep- 
tember tha Island prodoeed M.oog 
tona, while In Amnil Kbe* output 
was MM8 tons. 

The output (ram the various 
I&land eolUartcs were portiewhat 
varied between the tv,o u^'nUu, 
owlne to the fact thai In AiiKUSt 
Kxtpnulon waA well nl«h closed 
down, producing only 1,870 tona. In 
Septonibrr the mine was reopened, 
with an output of 11,181 tons for 
the month. 

Ttm Comox Colliery produised bi 
aeptember aiJA5 tons, while to 
Ai^ust It had an output o( 2ajW 
tons. The omiartlsn GoUlerles. 
IhMVfen, had In September a total 
output of 33 IM torw while In 
AUIJUat It WR-S 044 I.Tii^ 

The Western Fuel Corr«oratU>n, at 
the ihree mine--!. Number Ont-, Rr- 
.ser\'ft and Wuke-dah. produced in 
.September 39.274 tons, and In 
AugUBt 40.613 toiu 

The other lodependeoC catUerles 
on the laland had a prAduetlon In 
Scptembv of ia.BM too^ idtOa in 
AUKUN^ WB»TB,nr tour— ^ — ^ 

The ookft production at Qoal 
Greek and Michel Increased MNoe- 
what In septcmber irhen U vas Mie 
ton^ aa eoknpnM Vttk 5.*^ In 
August. 

SAAMCH BALI IS 
Wai. PATKpNlZED 

Prlie* Are Awarded for BeMUTol 
CMtiunes at Maa«uerBde— Many 

TIeterta 




JAM KS H Hi nn'rtr Mtrrm a. Ont li.is a pin iri( crest in the champion Kiiglinh bulldog Pugitlct. for 
which KcK P Si'.iikfs, "<>*(•■( I .iiidilun Ijin-icr. is rcportc<i xo tir pcijoliating The price demanded 
for Pugilist is J11.25U. at $20S d ( . iiii I. the -log weighs {if»v fiv* poun.-ls The llmperor of Japan and 
Alex. Stewart, dog fancier, of Chiia«", aic mm i tc hr ti< t; ■immul; Ioi the jmichaic of ihc 'ioi; jlsf> I'ugiliHl 
ia declared to be the most perfect liulldug m the worM by judges. He has taken twcniy twu ^ha'Tipion 
ships ia Great Britain and bat won about seven hundred trophiea and ribbons. The grandfather mI PukiHbi. 
Laddie td tlie Qardens, was given by Mr. Brooke to hii sitter-in -law, Mrs. B. J. WaU, Highgate. London. 
England, «dia owns PncUtst. Mr. Brook*, inaat, is at present nejotlatinc to hare Pugilist and some of 
hts pngcnr hroMht to the Itoyal Winter Pair, Tordnto, as an fxhiNt Son o' Pug^st, ooe.of the pops, Is 

shown at lowi|r left 



Passage Money 
Advanced . 



Brinn Your BalatWee t» 




t : . itnoi ia»tr f abtHw to CanaSa. 
r«Ma«MHro#v«aaidto tbM> 



I ' vnur ircarA wni 

vrtir tat ftiD tofcnutkiM. 

MHt Mrdlll nmldlrK 
4SS Mrltlll Htrr/'t. Monlr 



HAYWARPJS 

B.C. 
FUNERALC?! 

Phonm» 

2235 2236 22J7 



A\l/, 




Sftaibm «r vicuxiu AtrU. H9. 
prttimal Or4*r ol kmIm. sn r«4UMtM 
to atlmd lbs fumra) of our tota broUifr. 
C P. W«n«r. Irnm Mi» R C rtin»r»I 

dmptit eaMtdar. Di:lo^«■f m. •( 3 p m, 
w w I Aiwa, 



IN COUMTY COURT 

His Bonor Judge P. fl. Uunpman 
reswed iudgroent yesterday In the 
Oountr Oixirt action of o. T. Mal- 
loey venos P. O. HoUen. The 
plain Utr sued for SI OS, claiming 
■hat the defendant owed him three 
niontlu.' rent, at SIlS per montii, for 
til- J' ' 'I'lsM sltufttwl at 742 Hamp- 
!("ad The defendant countf-r- 
In ni-d ! .r fiOO Mr C. Prior 
; . in .-•"rn''-fl M«llnr>'. and Mr H. A. 
MD'lrMiri KC. ap[>earf<l it--- counasl 
lor the defendant., Hnlden 



LAKOE DttREASE IN 



Tn(,ii F'>«< h Mi) li loivPT lli.kn Laat 
lear—Fnuer Klver Ci4«to Only 
Om to Shew OalM 



FORT Qir APFKLLB. Sask^ Oct 
2S —The 1»ody of Mrs. Susie, a a^uaw 
sixty years old. «as found hanging 
[rom a tree on tltt t sSi r ve here 
Sunday. She i» b«Davad to have 
committed solclds- 



NBW WXVTMIMBTlIt, nX3^ Oct. 
35.— A drop «r n par e«nt in BftUsh 
oolombla sahnon ttda ■saton & n- 
ported by the DomlnlMk Vlshaqr 
oCOclals. The total pnCk Is expected 
to reach 1.300,000 "cases aa against 
2.035,037 cases last year. 

Actual value of the provincial 
n.thcry pHxiurtlon was |2fl,S/la,fi9I 
la-st year llils year's value is ex- 
peripd to be around $30,000,000. nl- 
ihoiiHh It Is probable tliat better 
prtrf'jt to the cannent wlU be secured 
thta year- ProducUon of flih nQ has 
riropped over 25 per cent. 

TtM 9nmt Rlyer district «aa the 
unly on* to show tanpovtant gains. 
The Fraser eatoh to Oetehcr is 
totaled 3lB.ni as agplnst IM^Sd 
caws In IS3e, Decreases of from 10 
to 00 per cent are ahown by catcher 
In the Naai River, Skeena River. 
RIver.s Inlet, Smith's InJet. Delia 
Coiila and Queen Charlotte Islands. 
ThiA vear'.-i e.itlmikte of 130,000.000 
will be the lowest vn nix years. 

AppUcattan has been made to Ot- 
tawa to have the Government 
spsnd ISOO^ In Improvements on 
the main channel of the Frasir 
River, In vleUr of the erttlelsm 
leveled by ship captatais In rscent 
weeks. At the otvlc lunchaoa gtven 
In honor ot the New Weetmhister 
City on her <natden voyage, frtate- 
niejiut were made that thp depth of 
the rhiinnel bI one or two places 
wan Inrt^ tlmn twenty-four feet This 
la denied by Mr. P. J. Coulthaitl, 
chairman of the Harbor Commis- 
sion, who. however, states that tm- 
pniMBMDta could be made whereby 
vessels would not have to watt for 
the fides 

LOOKS FOR VICTORY 
IN ONTARIO FiGH I 

TORONTO. Ort 3fi -T-nrnmrnt- 
Ing lujit night on puhlrnhrd I.ibTnl 
foreeantfl on thf i-lTtion, Attciin^'v- 
Oenersl W H Price prr<!lrt<vl '.hal 
at least eighty teats would be taken 

by Oonservativsa am Wednesday 
nesL Tbs Qo» eminent had 
sewnty-safon ssaU c«t of a total of 
113 hi the lasTLsglslaCuro. 

"II would not etcrprlae me," Col- 
onel Price decUu-ed. "If we hsd more 
than eig^- J^ ' he next X/eglslatiue " 



The annual —wimnMlr ball of 
the Haantch Bovd vt TVada was 

held last evening tn the Agrleultinvl 
Hall, over two hundx«d gueeU 

Attending The Iwll waa givUy deco- 
ruted with biin< Init nnd brlf^tly 
colored streamers, mid the ever- 
moving throng of cosruiii-'ii (t:\nceT8 
made the scene particularly attrac- 
^le. Supper was served by the 
west Saanlch Women^ Instttute. 
chrysanthemums- and Atltunm 
foliage deoorattog the tables. Mr. 
w o Wallace acted as master of 

' '-f'finnnies and at the door were 
'.T-^ H Creed and Mr. A Ouy. 
h*" dinicull task of Judging the 

I n s'iiinps was performed by His 
Worship the Mayor of Victoria and 
Mr.v Anflcomb; Reeve Haywatd. of 

I Oak Bay. and Mrs. Bayward. and 
Reeve Crouch, of Saanl^ They 
were awarded aa follows: 

Best dressed lady. Miss Aurora 
Aurelll. butttrfly; best dressed 
gentleman. Mr. Adolph Rotfhon. 
Hawaiian; beet historical coetume. 
ladles. Mrs. T. Sheppherd 'Tur- 
klfih I , gentlemen, Mr H. Swallk 
'ndiiilrnl' , iw^t a.lvTtislng costume 
Mr. Ferry. Uoljium Products; best 
sustained character, ladles, Mrs. J. 
George Maloobn (Je«). 

A popular flve-pleoe orchestra 
furnished the excellent programme 
of dance music. Idany partlea from 
Victoria motored out for the affair 
which was one of the most buc- 
oesslul ever held tn the district. 
The proceeds wUl go towards a fund 
for impnivtaig the bq^ohas of 
Baanlch 



BID FAOEli 
MISTER 

First Baptist Church Holds 
Social Evening in 
o > M r. nd M r s . J. Stra- 
chan — Presentatkm Made 



Teutlvrs (iju'iwd 
For Hifrli School 
In Comox Area 



Nature's Speelfies for 
Toii^^lis aiifll Colds 



\fi(nr» tin* "I'"'l "f***^"'"* '"r 

HFiHv nf fh" ilN will- h niaa is sub- 
■ ■. t ['prhfip* llcri" i» DO betlar 
vHmple thin th.< Irenloieiit of OOUgfae, 
, ..l.ln 4n(l kinilrr-.l itilmeota. 

l,INSi;rO or flfttwod i« whst (be 
■}, H t'pr* (■«ll " drniulrful in niher 
■rnr.U it-* vnlii*" fr "" " n»/NlHanal poiot 
,f v.r-w !■> th>,x .1 ».".thea and allays 

iiit«l»on« and nhrn-iMn* 



ui'.iii.^ r.,>.i Mdathnlolholooalnarvfla. 
Almost evwVMy fan** tbs vtfos ot 
torpeBtiM aa a tnatmsnt for broMMsl 
eSbettaM. 

Tba combinatkm of Ifoeesd and iw- 
paotlna with mnm otbnr mtiuiIIv ^hIu- 
abtofalgredientt hsvf) mad" I>r t hnw « 
"Syvup ti Hoawsri and Turpentine ttie 
moat aaatfra and mast pqpoUr treau 
meni, for oeoghs, mlds, mxip. hr>vn- 
. flit., ^fr. 



Tenders for the erection of a 
high school at Conun were 
opened tn the oftke q( the 
Public Works, when the follow- 
ing bids were submitted: Mis- 
sion ConstrucUon Company, ■ 
«»,400: Turley Broihern, S8.000; 
Mulr Si Hunter. $0,972: Balnes 
A HorrlB. $10,587, Thomas Car- 
son, tll.OftI; H. P. Leek. til. WO. 
Oeorge McWUllams, $13,012. 
and Western Builders, UnUlod, 
$13,850. 

These tenders were referred 
to the officials of the depart- 
ment for the purpose of check- 
ing up the figures and ascertain 
Ing that they are correct." after 
which they will go to the 
Department of Bdueatlon for 
appravaL 

TO PRESENT PRIZES 
AT SMOBWC CONCERT 

Lieut-Oovemor tVll) Pre^de at lOt' 
Canadian BcotUsh Oatherlng 

ty 



MANY VALEDICTOnY 
SPEECHES ARE MADE 



Im.1 niglK a social r-vrnlnp wiu 
held In the schfwtroom of the First 
Baptist ChtiTQh for the purpose of 
bidding fareweU to Rev, J. Stracban. 
pastor of the church for the past 
three and a half yearn. Mr. 
Strachan. who was tmrn in this city, 
lA going to Saskatoon to take up the 
duties of postA' to a ohoroh In vbat 
olty. 

Mr. J. L Decknith occupied HM 
chsLlr on the platform, which haid 
b«en beautUuUy deoormtod with 
flowers. **Xt Is a matter of the most 
extreme regret to us an," said Mr. 
Bet^wlth, "that Mr. and Mrs. 
Strachan are leaving Victoria, but 
those of us who know of MT. 
stradian's work here viU not mi- 
der that the peopW ot BaikafeDaa 
want him." 

FARKWKU' ADDRCSSEB 

A number of xhort farewell ad- 
drcaaes were given by the pastors of 
othf-r BapttAt ChurchcA In the rtly 
Rf V P' McKinnnn of the r)oiji;Jii-=v 
Stre<!t Church, .lald tliat The llf<- uf 
a paAtor was nof by any mr.uia u 
bed of roecA. DlfflrulUes plied up In 
the path of a nunuter with tbrad- 
vance of ctvilizaUon. 

Tt has been said." eonthiued Air. 
McKlnnon., "that the West onidtOas 
Ite mlnlslora. but. even If thta Is the 
case, who would not wanft to Uve 
there. In the land of the pioneers? 
Mr. and Mrs. Strachan. however, are 
Roing to further pioneer work In 
Sa-skatoon. and the love and best 
wishes of the VlcT/^rla conj|:reRaMon 
go with them." 

Rev. Hugh NUon. of the Fairfield 
United Ohuroh. spoke of the difn- 
ruHv of appreclnllnn the niennln? 
I'f ffirewella M*- ^^w^kf nf Mr 
.strnrhan'A faithful attendance at 
the meetings of the Mlntoterlal As- 
sociation. "Borne months ago." he 
■aid. "we mada hhn prssldeut of the 
association, and now, wBMi he Is en 
the point of leaving us. we find all 
the machinery of the organisation 
set up. and In perfect order." 
WASH WtfLCOMB AWAITS 

Rev. Henry Knox, pastor of the 
Emmanuel Church, said that be was 
well ae^oaUited with the church and 
congregation to which Mr. Strachan 
vmn going and that he wo.-, certain 
that a wann welcome awaited him. 
"Mr and Mrs. StrnfhAii nre irolnR 
to ft cold country. v>iii :i v.^r-. wrifh 
hearted country," he remiu-ked. "and 
tho foot that thsra is « big unlver- 




IIR. CHAISE'S $¥RUP 
w uMuuni MSB mmmntNu 



On Monday evening next a smoK 
Ing concert at which Hon. R. i 
Bruce will take the chair as hon- 
orary r-nlonel of the 10th CanadUn 
Scottish Battalion, wilt be Ma m 
the ArmorlcR on Bay Street w mark 
the commencemf-nt of the aeimon of 
battalion acUvliiea. A good pro- 
gramme has been provided and re- 
treshmenls will ba served. The 
prlsas won In the vartoas rUls 
shooting contests will presented 
by the honorary colonel. a.nd the 
plan for the M-aiioti's work wtU be 
liy l.ieiit -C^jI V B Martyn. 
[..SO I'.immaiKlJnK offlrrer It is 
nntiripafd tjiat lher»» will l)e- a 
large atietidance ol ih*- meniberji f>{ 
the battalion and th'ir friends 

Rocnitting has begun for the com 
Ing ■saaon, and new menaisn wtli 
tw taken on every Monday an'! 
Thursday evenltig. The battel lr>' 
parades, which will be under eon^. 
pany arrnneementa In Hie earllo: 
p»rt rif (h*- "^aaon, wUI be held evcri 
Monday evening, and the mlnlatut- 

rifle range nlll b« aTiBBhls • 
Thursday svenlnga. 



Ask Your 
Neighbors 



1 :v X* j'. ; i,n tirr.l all the 

tlmr ■III (mmIiI nm -) ■ tj, i, 
work. My rjn were liul roy ■■.ngu' 
wu coiitrd atv] I did -w na'X ; 
e»t. A nrte^>hoT told tno-!.*-i mi^-''i< 
LydIi V. Plnkhtm"! N'rgrtji ir i i.m 
poun>l. 1 bi^n t^kinf It and [ 
mtrt hrinfTv all thr hinr, I »)rrp wr\i, 
mv nervw nr (cvnI and I hav^ i->ld 
lot* nf frIrM* l«>w the \'t||trtmt>l« 
t_ompc>und Kaa helped tnf. I hivr 
atao 'i3t\i LvdU E, PlnVham'a S«n»- 
ttvt Wuh an.! I frr] iott hnin. I will 

glad tij a ricwn say Lntan." — 
Mm H E T \ 1 I I J Tflttm Ji 



Lydia E. Pinktiain's 
Vegetable Compound 

I F .it.. M,g r ' M, . « J I 



slty In thf vli lnllv, ■ihmild kIv^ Mr 
Strachan great acope in his worK aa 
a minister." The t^waker concluded 
by saying that he was glad to see In 
the crowded awUaaee, not only 
members of other^pUst Ghuraws, 
but also members of other denom- 
inations 

Mr. li Mcintosh, chairman of the 
Board of Deacon*, presented Mr. 
Strartisn with a punc n-s a token of 
esteem Iimn lUv tTXMnber* of Lhe 
rtrst Bapfi-st Churrh. at the same 
time remarking on the harmony 
which had prevailed between the 
pastor 4hd deacons during the years 
of Mr. Straduui's mlnl|ttiy In Vic- 
torla. 

.Mrs. Bradshaw. president of the 
Woobeo's Union , presen ted Mrs , 
Btiaotaan with a beautiful bouquet, 
calling attenUon to her untiring 
work In the cavisc f,1 the Union 'ahe 
has alwaya offered more of herself 
than any of us." said Mn. Brad- 
ahaw, 

m. STRACHAN SPEAKS 
In returning thanks for himself 
and Mrs. Strachan, Mr. Strachan 
Said that his time in Victoria had 
seemed au too short "There have 
been atreral places in the course of 
my ministry to which I did not want 
to go." said Mr. Strachan. "and. If 
Che truth be told. I am not very keen 
about going to Saskatoon, but I can 
honestly say that 1 did always long 
to ccwne to Vlctorlo." 

The speaker concluded by urging 
hiB haaran to give their whole- 
hearted co-operation to his succes- 
sor. "I dont know who be will be." 
he aald. "but I know that you vffl 
recognise that he Is Just an ordinary 
human tielng. who yftH bs subjected 
to SA many rllfTlruHteA it; any one «rf 
UA. Therefore, even thovigh you may 
not agree with htm cp sunie polnt.t, 
sUnd behind hlni ami, rtbiui- all 
rr>inember that he Is a man trained 
- o the ministry and an ezpnt at his 

Job." 

Representatlvra of the "Young 
People," *■ Teen-Age Otrls." Sunday 
school choir and Bsoond-Mlle dub 
aU thankad Mr. and Mn. Steachan 
In a few words tor their energy and 
support. 

Throughout the evening an excel- 
lent programme of muAlc wa.<( given, 
with Mr Oliver SUmt. the church's 
orga.nl.At, nt liie piano. Mr. Hodder 
gave a banjo aolo, Mr, F. Wright 
sang a bass solo, a flute solo wax 
given by Mr. J. H. Jones, a song by 
Miss Howen. a acnt by Mr, O. Ouy 
and a duet by Miss Barr and Mr. S. 
Honeychiueh. lt» evening wound 
up with the singing of "Blest Be the 
Tie That Binds." and refreshments 
were served by the ladles. 

NEW SUSPENSION 
BRIDGE WILL BE 
STARTED SHORTLY 

The Hagwtfgate bridge acRM tbt 
Bulkley Rhrer. at Mew B&adcon, 
win bo commenced by the Depart- 
ment 'of Pu^ works without de- 
lay, l^e Minister of PubUe Works. 
Hon. N. 8. Loagheeft, recently vMted 
that location during his trip throtigh 
the central pert of the provlnea and 
I Rave bis pemonal atlenUon to the 
! whole subject nf the roada and 
bridges required, not only from the 
-tandpoint of the Immediate present 
lii ftljn looklntt forward to future 

He luiA d^ided Dut there should 
be a new AUAt>enslon stllMlltro ll^ 

. cated at Hagwelgate to Htka the 
place of the original iKldia that was 
put In some years i«ol9 atalwta 

, company. This lattar farSdgo was fv- 
eenUy oondenmod, and Mr. Lough- 
eed Is nf the opinion that lodklng 
to IJi" pre-wnt and to the future 
needs of the district, the onctkn of 
a modem KUAperulon Brldgl at thts 
jKiliit \x r»^ulred. 

The brtd*[e will be of modem 
rnnAtjuctlon and no time. U is 
iM-omisM, wta be lost 4 flstlftv it 

!n pl»c*« 

MH. SAMLLL YOHh 
, PASSE S AWAY 

KANAIMO. Oet. 35 - Mr 
.Samuel Tork. 'a well known 
Nanatmo Rlvgr roridant. paased 
*wHv at the Ttimighnsas] Hospital, 

Vancnuver. on Satuitfay. 

Tl>e Isfe Mr York, who was flfty- 
rilnr ye»n of age, wm born -^i the 
'Afr wherp Thr Herald office now 

'lAr.rlR nru! rt« IlvM In this dlsljlct 

"vr^ Since Fin the past year he had 
cocuplod the pealtlon of not ton- 

; man for Osdar DBMet 

Besides his widow be H s ui H vs d by 

I one son. CbarlBB. of Yanoouver. and 

. two daughterm. Mrs. Vtank RoasUl 
and Mrs Alexander Ratnes, both of 
Vancouver, thrre twthern Notann. 

'of Cedar Dtstrl--' Arnoji or Nacm- 
nin, snd WUIlam. of San Pranclaco, 
nnd one atater, Mrs. O. K. fliBllttk. of 
Nanaimo River. 

Tho late M^. York waa a charter 
msmtaer of ths Mauve Sow. and 
^ent ovsiBBoa wtth tha Wotmi' 
HntiAiion In laig. 

n-if^ funeral took plac^ In h^' 
'iiiirnn on Wednesday. Ntv, ( . 
Stevenson offliiattrn. ^ 



Hotv Be8$ to 
Use Aerial 
Mail in ILS. 

In connection w!t,h corre- 
spondence fcrwarrtPd from Vic- 
toria to United BUtcs point.s via 
United States air mail, the pub- 
ile Is advised that the best con- 
naottop ds now by mail closing 
at OA^PoStmet al i o'dodk 
dally. 

A Itttor pcnbod at Vletorib at 
4 o'dook today will reach New 
York at 6:40 pm. the day after 
tomorrow. A letter posted at 
the same Ume for Loe Angeles 
will reach Its destination at h 
p m. tomorrow. 

Postal rates are us follown: 
Five cents for the flrsr ounce 
and ten cents tor each addlLioa- 
al ovnoe. 

BiUion Bushda 
Wheat to Export 
It Is Forecast 

JCERROBERT. Bask,. Oct. 26 — 
Canadas wheat export will have 
reached the MlUon-buahel mark 
within Of toen years, tn the opinion 
of Ohtaf Justlea J. T. Bmra. In an 
address here Che cbalraian of the 
B ai *atcho wan gram Onmmll on re- 
rlawad tho rlalng history of the 
Prairies during the past lialf century 

Phenomenal growth In wheat pro- 
duction 'inn; 34.000.000 buaheLi at 
tlip begintilng of the cenl'iry to 
more Ilian 500,000,000 In ha,i 
been the record of the a ett , lie 
pointed out Coniotinding early 
mlsconceptlon.'i of the Pratrle crop's, 
potentialities, said Mr. Brown. 
Prairie whea^ has come to be In 
world wide demand and Is the main- 
stay of Industrial stnicttnre of the 
country 

WELL-KNOWN SEAMAN 
DIES IN HOSPITAL 



After a lingering UlneAs there 
pasAed away In 8t Jo«rph t Hn.«pual 
early thiA mornlna, NIIa Mrtrtln Han- 
,sen. of nfl5 SUth street. The lute 
' Mr. H«ri.wn camf to rnnnda from 
I Denmark t',vrnty-rivf yeBiB aflo and 
since 192*> had been employed with 
the B.C. Coast service of the O.PJI., 
oervbig latlerty aboard the steamer 
Pihajess l^oulae. on which he waa 
lootaiuf man. Be had many friends 
In the service and was very popular 
With his fellow workere on the Prin- 
oeas LOiilsA, Mr Hamten was fifty- 
four yenr.« of age. 

Beslde-A a widow r^ftldlng at tfte 
family rr-iidence u, victoria, the 
late Mr. Hamien leaven to'mopni 
his less one daughter. Mrs. M. BnUth. 
of this dty. 

The funeral will tSJte place oo 
Monday aftJ^moon at 3 o'clock from 
McCall Brothem Fimecal Home. Rev, 
I'. A. Ramaay will conduct tlie »er- 
vlce. aftn; which Intannsnt wUl be 
made In Royal Oak Burtel Park. 



Ohkuary 



WARMBR— The remaliu of the 
late Oharlea Phelps Warne^ are re- 
posing at Hayward'a BC Fimeral 
Chapel, from where the funeral will 
take place tbls afternoon ot 
O'clock. Hev. Canon A. B. deL,. 
Mnnna will oflMat*. interment wOl 
b« made In Royal Oak Bttrlal park. 

CRONBHAW— The remahu of tha 
late Mrs Mary Elisabeth Oronshaw 
were laid to rest In Roes Bay Ceme- 
tery yesterday afternoon, the funeral 
taking place from Hayward f Hi 
Funeral Chapel at 2 o'clock H*". 
E, W P Carter offlclatlnR in ihe 
presence of eeveral frleruls Mariy 
beautiful Boml oVwlngs. were rf- 
eelvod and plaoBd on ttia casket and 
hearse. Tha paUbaaron wtrv R o. 
Osborne, J. PtaMMr. J. Btnli* and 
J, Moon. Jr. 



BRACK ETT— There paased awav 
In this rlty on Otnber IS Jnrnr-i 
Alexander Bracket t, itie of Pr-n'W 
Island. BC, agerl sixty-nine yenrs, 
and bom Id the provtoea of On- 
tario. The remains waea la i wa r dad 
th^ Biominc by Haywnrd^ B.a 
Pmwral 00. to Pcndse Mi nit for 
IntormenL 




• •IF* 'laindaf Tak*** 
MITWM'S BtaafT - »> r«,qi.t. 

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BOM LINK 
TO ISLAND IS 
CflNTEMPLAIED 

Uciuiian and Hornby Islands 
Want Improved Ferry 
Service to Buckley Bay, 
Connecting With E. & N. 

RAILWAY PREPARED 
TOSTOPtnAINS 



evidence of the growing Import- 
ance i7f Dennmn and Hornby Islands. 
utHch have a pt^ulatlon of upwards 
.if 4(Mi pe^iplr m residence. \^ ^hown 
I! the liL'slructlons Issued to Eaqul- 
n..ut nnd NanaUno Railway trisln 
i-rrvh w. '.top at BtifiUay Bay. on 

Al the present liiri'- 1.>ndlng 
fuclliues exist both at Buckley Bay 
and on Denman Island. The t$lk- 
dents have appealed to the OooiSK- 
Courienay Board of Trade to sup- 
port a grant for a feny to the 
islands, where there are ilxty-elght 
car owners Tlie present ferry ser- 
vice la not considered adequate, and 
the Provmcial Governrnent bt to be 
asked for a ferry subsidy to enable 
a ferry capable of Dairying auto- 
mobiles, livestock and mscblnery. as 
well as passpngars, to oparato twloa 
dally acrossvtbo Sound, %l reaapn- 
able ratea. 

The development of the tourist 
attractions of these Maoda In recent 
summers has bean albnulated by t%e 
establishment of nK^ camps, 
linked to Vancoom Uand by 
launch service. 



VOICE OBJECTION 

TO mmm 



Retxll Section nt ('h.iinl>rr oC CSBS- 
nserce Frarv "Stereotyped Aassil- 
oan City" tn Vleterta 

At a meeting, held In the Chamber 
of Commerce yesterday momUig, the 
retail saaUcn of tho chamber want 
on recoM as being opposed to the 
new sign by-law as drafted, upon 
the ground that It was dlscrlmina- 
tor>- and dlsoouraging to inttlatlTe 
on the part oC Individual monBhants 
and others. 

TliB meml>eni of the section did 

not rnn-Mder that there was any 
:. >ihlu (lrii-.;i!-,(l r.r nrrcl tor sijcll a 
by-law at the prcscnl time ,iiid 'hrv 
USO felt that the draftini; nf the 
by-law was a definite move on the 
Port of the dty council to turn Vic- 
toria into a stereotyped American 
city, a proceeding which would tend 
to defleet froni all forms of Indivi- 
dual Initiative, and which would 
have a du-tini-tiy adverse eff*'ct upi.ti 
thft tourist Triicjf A delegallJii will 



How's the 
Digestion I 

I Not»rigfK*d? What*rcms 
to be the trembled A mean 
little pain after eatiiigf 
Not much appetitef 
Frequently you Just can't 
«ct to sleep lor tnatheary 
fcciing in the atofnach r 
Or gas forms, start* the 
heart fluttering aBjl^ 
makes you nervous? ""'^ 

A rooming glatsof Asavr't 

will help vou j»cr ridofftU , 
thc^ciiigcstivc troubles,M 
quickly as the sun melts 
the snow. Abbey's corw 
rects indiRcstion becauae 
it thorougnly cleanses the 
whole digestive 
tract. It sweetens 
the stomach, 
neutralizes any 
acid condition^ 
promotes thr 
flow of dS|ati^ 

juices. 

It also tones up 
the liver^ regulates the 
bowels, and prevents that 
te£idency towards Con- 
stipation which so often 
adds to yotir distress when 
the digcitkinta not right. 

A morning glass of 
Ab B et' s and soon you eaCf 
sleep and fcel betier. 

Take • • • 

Abbey^ 

PorlMtfBMaharT. AsiBv't twa aojerad 
UIS SMawOTuI nyUUijU and itm gnU ~ 




Itude tyf t )ioiti«an<1> nl mmm all a*vr llM 
wort.l. It ',Prr»Inth»' phrwctan ad«Snlt« 
pr«acnptinn(W|»oTaB*fthM,M4toU>0M 
iai n fc aa 1 ifa.»n sw>il»wsaMOre^ 



wait upon the city council next lifoa- 
day and wUl lodge a protest. 

Hm members approved a propoaal 
for daooratlng the city with ever- 
greens In the same manner which 
has obtained for the past two years, 
but showed thenuielves In favor 
the abolition of colon'd Ughta ga 
part ol Uie decorative achenio, 

i |ai i B B ii .»aafc MOW. 

FRB8NO, Oal., Oet Hj 'Bgtf 
feeling between white antt VUptao 
fruit workers a( Bxeter, alxty mfloa 
aouth of hen, fanned to a fever 
heat by a stabbing affray last night, 
led to a race riot tn which 300 
Flllplnoa are being driven out of tho 
district by a mob of about thras 
hundred u^nxient white laborera. 



Enjoy Warmth of Summer Sunshioe 

From the Caiehcr: I'.n: Auromaiic Oil Burner 

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In beautiful mAhogaity. with 
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nualHjr* pi*no baa been uied 
only a »ort time and olniot 
di>tfaKtti«he4 from a new 
tnttrwienll See it today, 
ll'f. tyi»icjil of our «n»nns 

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PIANO 

Regular $675 
SALE PRICE 

$328 



Phono 711 



Offers invited 
Attractive House in Oak Bay 

Thi« desirable home jias seven rooms and stands in large 
lot wiA Itne at Ate rctr. The cntrciice bAltii beamed 

an'1 paneled, as i* aUo the handsome dining-rr>om. The 
lull, dining-room and living-room have inlaid oak flocirS 
of good workmanship. There arc two bedrooms down- 
stairs and two np. Bath i.s .^rparatc from toilet. The 
furnace is exceptionally good and very cfficifcnt. There 
is a garage and a good (lower and vegetable garden. 
Located in a high-class district and served by bus and 
■ tuTi > ."ir N'.> phone information- If yon dcsirp a good 
;>i.nc at $4,750 or thercahoiit-t. Icl us ^hi^v ym this. 

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' p WsniT. trfim th? B C. Funvral 
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IN COUNI Y COURT 

HtA Uonor Judge P. S. Lunpman 
[-f<)«rv«d JudatDcnt ypsterdaj- In r.h(> 
r Kiintv fourt •ctlon ol O. T. Mai- 
i n . ^ ' T-.ufl F C HoUlen. Thr 
piBinf.in :-^'.i^<\ f'T »ioft. Claiming 
ihft! til'' fifff-n Ui; " nwpd him thre« 
in'-'iitlY.-i' rnif. pT month, for 

prrmtaeii 8ltuit'<-<l "42 Hsmp- 
■.i-,ir'- Rood. The (t''i«*iicittiii counter- 
,^:;f.'M for >30<^ Mr. a J. PflOT 
I'-lur.'UTnteil UalJory. Mid Ifr, H. A. 

Maclean, K-O. a a paa f d aa eoiuuai 
for the aerntdani SoUan. 

1 'J i'PKLLE. Soak., Oct 
Jf) I hf . "f Mrs. Husl^, a n^u«w 
sixty Tf'ara old. wm. found hnnglng 
from R trrr on the rearrve here 
-imday- She lo bellevitt ID liave 

, ..n.mllfrcl 5Ulclde- 



NEW W1CBTM1N8TER. B.C.. Oct. 
2^ -A drop of 30 per cent In Brituh 
<■ olumbia salmon tlila teaaon Is re- 
J ort«} by the Dominion Tiahery 
ofllrials. The total pack to expeeted 
to rrach i.300.fXK) caaei ae afalnst 
'J,035.637 CAMS lut yrar. 

Actual vftlue of Ih?> provincial 
(l.-thcry production 'van t3(I,.^fl2,^^l 
liutt yf»r yrars vHi.if* i.t cx- 

pf-ctcd to be around »30.000.000, al- 
though It to pnbaMa tha^ better 
prtMo to the eannan wIU be aeaund 

^ nr. Production of flah ell has 
1 , . I over 3S per cent 

rtic Fruer River dtotrlot waa the 
only one to ihow Imputant K^tn*. 
The Prwer catoh to Octolwr n 
totAled 319,171 aa agjiin^t \MM'\ 
cawt In 1620 Dfcrfa.ien of from 10 
IG 00 ppr fPiit aro nhown hy catches 
In thf! Naaa River, Skeena River, 
Rlvm Inlet, Smith's ZnJeC, Bella 
Ooola and Queen Cftjarlotte ^fl^nrtt 
This yaar^i estimate o( taiMloo^OQO 
will be ttaa lowest in six yesM. 

Application has been made to Ot* 
tava to have the ,Ooremment 
spend asoo.000 In Imprbvementa on 
the main channel of the Praser 
River, In vie* of the crttlclMn 
leveled by ahlp captains in recent 
weeks At the civic hmoheon given 
in lixni^i uf thr Nrw Weatmtnster 
Cily on her 4naiden voyage, stale- 
menu were made that the depUi of 
the channel at one or two places 
was Ms than twenty -four feet. Thla 
la denied br Mr. P. J. Ooullhard, 
chatnnaa of the Harbor Commu- 
Rlon, who, however, statce that im- 
provements oould fta ouKia irtMtabgr 
vewieis would not fea^ to wall tor 

ILOOKS FOR VICTORY 
1 IN ONTARIO fiGHT 

I TCMONTO, Oet. X.~ODmment- 
\m test nif bt en poblUhad OJberal 
f Ofoeasta on the elooUoii, Attomsv- 
Oeneral W.'M. Prise pradleted tl«ti 
at toast eighty soaU would be tekan 
by ConaervUivcB on Wednsartay 
next The Oovemjuent had 
aevcnty-Mven seats out of a total of 
1 12 In the laaf Leglalature. 

"It. vwild not aurprlJie me." Col- 
onel Price declared, "If we had more 
than eighty m the next t.<irl.<lntiire-" 



IVainre's Spe^fles lor 
Couifiis and Cold^^ 



VNlnrB haa pioviderf arec^Ars for 

.i.nv of the ni« If which man ia eob- 
t Iwliop* thw- ia nn hrller 
,«inpl<» tfinii tl'" Irestnwnt of rough*, 
, ..!<!» «n') kiiwlrr.l wjhnriil' 

|,|NSi;i",I> lie iittr^rti \\ m\inl tlii« 
f., (,,r« a <lpmiilcent. In otlvr 

WMf.U I'n vulne fr'im a roe*lii-in«l pmnl. 
,r WW 14 Ihni It aoothas aad ailaya 
rriiuiuntft an'I «l>raalooa. 

II lll'I'NII^K i« dnliwepiic. atlm- 



ulsUng end sedative totbalooalnarvM. 
Almost evetV b od y koows the veins of 
tiirpentlaa aa a traatoMot for ImMoyal 

atTnTilnn* 

I h*' I '>nilwniii lon <4 iiniwwl and tiir- 
prntinn with iHnnf H(.h«v emiaUy valu> 
al>)e injTredienta have marft VH. Cbiea's 
"Syrup of Utiaeed and Turpeatiae*' tfaa 
moat e€estlve aadaaalBSMkrtvea^ 
mmt Cor 

chitU. eir. 



IIU. CHASE'S SYRUP 

IMHSam AXB TOMMtlPW 



COAL OUTPOT 
INCREASES AS 



J udged Most Perfect Bulldog in World 




While Variation Exists in 

Olhct foal Fields. Little 
(.'Iviiiyt- I> N-itH »'.il»lr in 
Island Collieries Uutput 

STATISTICS FOR 

SEPTEMBER 



Thr uiiiput of coal for the Prov- 
ince of Britlhh Columbia for the 
month uf September waa slightly In 
exceaa of what It wan In ttie pre- 
ceding month of AURUgt. It wa.s 
1 79.071 tooa In September and 
|7flM> bt AngiHFt 

Tor Vanoouver Island eolUsHes 
the output for theae two month.>i 
were practically the aame. In Sep- 
tember the Uland produced •6,000 
tons, while In August the output 
was W.083 tonji. 

Hie output from the various 
Island colllerle.i were F-omewhal 
varied hetwecii the two months, 
owing Jo the faci that In August 
ExtoniSlon «as well nigh closed 
down, producing only 1.679 toos- In 
September the mine was reopened, 
with an ootpot of 11411 tons Ibr 
the mmth. 

The Comox Colliery produced In 
September 31 tonx, while In 
August It had an output of 22.366 
low. Tlie Canadian Colilfflca, 
therefore had In September a lotal 
output of 33.1S6 tona, whUe In 
AURUVt H '*nr. :.'4 044 tOOS. 

The Wesixrn Fuel Corporation, at 
the three mines, Number One, Ite- 
aerve and Wskealah. produced In 
September 39,374 tons, and In 
August tf.fll3 tons. 

The other Independent roUlerles 
on the Island had a production In 
September of r.-,p.^ while In 

August It wa.1 l.'i,42fi ton:^ 

The coke productmn at Coal 
Creek and Mlf-hPl Inrrra-'Cd Aome- 
what In September when it was 6.316 
ron« as oqcQpaied wttb S»7M In 

AURUSt 

SAMUBAiilS 
WllLFAIRflNIZED 

Prtoea Are Awarded far Beea t lfai 
CeslaaiBS al Maasuerade— Many 
Prsssnt Fniro Vlototte 

The annual masquerade ball of 
Uie Saanlch noarri of Trade waa 
held last evening in the Atrrlpult^ral 
Hall, over two hundred guests 
attending The hall was gaily deco- 
rated wuh bunting and br^htly 
oolored streamers, and tbs ever- 
moidng ibrong of costumed daaeers 
made the scene particularly attrac- 
tive. Supper wan served by the 
West saanlch Women's Institute. 
chr>-unihemums and Autumn 
foliage decorating the tables. Mr. 
W O Wallace acted as master of 
cerenionle.s and at the door were 
Mr. U Creed and Mr. A Ouy. 

•nie dUDcult task of Judging the 
costumes was performed by Hto 
Wor^p the Mayor of Victoria and 
Mrs. Anaoomb; Reeve Kayward. of 
Oak Bay. and Mrs- Hayward, and 
Reeve Crouch, nf Bssnleh. Iliey 
were awarded aa followa- 

Beat drensed lady, MI&a Aurors 
AurelU, ti -.■'ezriv. brjit dreiwied 
gentlemai. Adolph RoChon, 

Hawaiian. u">i- tiibtorlcal ooatume. 
ladles, Mra T. Sheppherd (Tur- 
ktoh), gentlemen, Ifr. B. Bwallk 
^admiral): best advertlslnf ooatinne, 
Mr. Perry. Bolsum Produeta; best 
auflUlned character, ladles, Wn. J. 
George Malcobn (Jew). 

A popular flve-pleoe orchestra 
riirn!.-^;i*<d the eioellent programme 
of daiiL-f music Many parties from 
Victoria motored out for the sfTalr. 
which waa one of the most suc- 
cessful ever held In the district. 
The proceeds will go towards a fund 
for Improving the haiwihsa of 
Seanleh. 




JAMES H. Brooke, Wmlco/Ont, has a part interest hi the champion Ba|W bulldog PufOlet, for 
which Reg. P. Sparkes, noted Canadian fsncier, ft reported to be ftcgotiatlnc. The price demanded 
for Pugliiit (a $11,250, or $305 s pound, aa the dpg wdghs Gfty-flvs pounds. The Emperor of Jspan snd 
Alex. Stewart, dog fancier, of Cfucago, are ssld to be negotiating for the puriAu^of the dog also. Pugilist 
is declared lu be the most perfect buUdog ia tlu world by judges. He has tskAi twenty-two chsmpioiv 
ships in Great Britain and has won about seven hundred tropblaa and ribbons. The grandlsthei of Pugilist. 
Lsddie ol the Gardena, was given by Mr. Brooke to Ms slster4n4ll«» Mrs. B. J- Walz, Higbgste, London. 
England, who own^ PugUiak, Mr. Brooke^ inset, is at present aenotlatfbc to have Pugilist snd some, of 
his progeny bnatfht to tti»1^Ayal Whiter Fair, Toronto, as Jin eahfWL Son.o' PafOiat, one«nl the pn^» Is 

shown St lower left. 



BID EAREWELL 
lOJINISTER 

First Baptist Qwrch Holds 
Social Evening in Honoc 
of Mr. and Mrs, j. Stra- 
chan — ^Presentation Made 



MANY VALEDICTORY 
SPEECHES ARE HiADE 



li>r Uiph School 
In Comox A i ea 



Tenders for the ereetkm of a 
high school at Comox were 

opened in the office of the 
Public WorkA. when the follow- 
ing bids were submitted: Mto- 
Klon ConAtrucuon Company, - 
•0.400: Turley Srothera. 16^: 
Mulr A Bunter. $0,m: Balnof 
A Korrle. 110,567: Tliomaa Oar- 
son. 911.000; H. P. Leek. 911.630; 
Oeorge McWlUlattu, 911JI13; 
and Western Builders, Limited 
»i:i,8.'^o 

Theae tenders wrr*- rf feiTcl 
to the officials of thr d'-imrl- 
ment for the purpose nl check- 
ing iip th'' fmiire.s and n.Mrcrfaln- 
Ing Uiat they are correct,* after 
which they islU go to the 
Department of BdueaUon for 
approval. 

TO PRESENT PRIZES 
AT SMOKING CONCERT 



Last night a SDdal evening was 
held In the sdMwlroom of the Pint 
Baptist Ohumh tor the purpose of 

blddintr farewell to Rev, J. strschan, 
pSA'or of thr church for the past 
three and a half years. Mr. 
Straclian. who waa born In thLs city, 
la going to Saskatoon to take up the 
duties of paatdr to a chortfi m that 
city. 

Mr. J. L. Beckwlth -ooeupied taie 
chahr on the platform, whkOi had 
been beautifully derorated with 
flowers, "It la a matter of the most 
extreme re^r^t to u.^ all." said Mr. 
Beckwlth, "Uint Mr. and Mrs. 
Strachan are leaving Victoria, but 
those of u« who know of Mr. 
Strachan'fl work here wUl not won- 
der that the iM^tt of Saskatoon 
want him." 

FAKEWEXX ADDRFS.SER 

A number of short farewell nd- 
drc-w* were given by the pa.stori of 
other Baptist Churche.<t m the ciiy. 
Rev. P. UcKlnnon. of the Douglas 
Street Ohttrch. said that the life of 
a pastor was not by any means a 
bed of rosesw DlftetilUes piled up In 
the psth of a ntfntotsr with the ad- 
vsnce of dvlUaatlont 

Tt has been said," continued Mr. 
McKlnnon, nhat the Wrat cmeUles 
Its mlnlsten. b>it. even If thla Is the 
case, who would not want to live 
there, in the land of the pioneers? 
Mr. snd Mrs Strachan. however, are 
going to further pioneer work In 
Saskatoon, snd the love and beat 
wishes of the Victoria congregation 
go wltli them " 

Rev Hugh NIxoa of the PatrHeld 
United Chiirrh spoke of the diffi- 
culty of appreciating the meaning 
of farewells. Re spoke of Mr. 
Strachsn'a faithful attendance at 
the meetings of the MlnLtterinl As- 
sociation. "Some months ago." he 
said, "we made him prealdnnt of the 
association, and now. wtMn he is on 
the point of leaving ua, we find all 
the marhinery of the organisation 
wt up. and in prrf»-rf order." 

WARM Wl l * «)MF AWAITS 
Rev. Henrv Knox, pastor of the 
Ffnmanuel Church, said that he wa.i 
wrll acijualnled "t'h ihr church and 
congregation to wt-.lr.li Mr .Strachan 
a'as going and that he wa.% certain 
that a warm welcome awaited him. 
"Mr. and Mrs. Strachaq are going 
to a cold country, but a verv warm 
hearted cotmtry." he romarfced. **aikl 
the raet that there to a Ug univer- 



sity la the vldnlty. should give Mr. 
Strachan great seope In hto work as 

a minister." The speaker concluded 
by saying that he was glad to see In 
the crowded audtencr, not only 
members of other Baptist Churches, 
but also members itf other denom- 
inations. 

Mr. R. McUitobh. chalnuan of the 
Board of Deacons, presented Mr. 
Strachan with a ptine as a token of 
esteem frem the raembeel of the 
Pint Baptist omiroh. at the samft 
tinri* wfty^ r i Fttn qh ttie hanafSiT 
whioh had prevailed betiveen tba 
pRttor tfhd deaoona during the yean 
oi Mr straoban*s mbi^igiT in Vio- 

lorln, 

Mrs Hr.i'l.^haw prcildrnt of Uie 
Worftrii Union. pr&sent«l Mrs. 
StTaclian with a beautiful bouquet, 
calling attention to her untiring 
work In the cauae of the Union. "She 
has always offered more of henalf 
than any of ux," said Mrs. Brad- 
sbaw. 

Ma. STRACBAN SfEAKS 
In returning tbanfcs for himself 
and Mrs. Strachan, Mr. strachap 
Aatd that his time in Victoria ha.J 
seemed all too short. "There have 
l>een several places In the course of 
my mlrUatrv' to which I did not want 
Ifl go," .-(aid .Mr. .Strachan. "and. If 
the truth be told. I am not very keen 
about going to Saskatoon, but I can 
honestly say that t did always long 
to come to Victoria." 

The speakCT concdoded by urging 
his hearers to give their whole- 
hearted co-operation to his Buccen- 
sor. "I dont know who he wlU be ' 
he said, "but I know that you will 
rerogntxr that he la Just an ordinary 
human being, who vfiU h» subjected 
U) as many dltncultles as any one of 
us. Therefore, even though you may 
not agree with hbn 09 some points, 
stand bafalnd mm. and. above alL 
remember that ha to a man trained 
to the ministry and an expert at hto 
job.- 

Representstlves of the "Votmg 
People. reen-Age Olils." Sunday 
school, choir and Second-Mile Club 
all thanked Mr. and Mrs strachan 
In a few word,^ for their pnr^gy and 
.support. 

Throughout the evening an excel- 
lent programme of music was given, 
with Mr. Oliver Stout, the church's 
cnrantot, at the piano. Mr. Hodder 
gave a banjo solo, Mr. P. Wright 
sang a baas solo, a flute solo waa 
given by Mr. J. H Jones, a song by 
Miss HowpII, a ■'"ng by Mr O. Ouy 
and a duet hy MIm Barr and Mr. 8. 
Honeychurrh 'IT,e evening wound 
up with the nlnglng of "nieat Be the 
Tie That Binds, ' and refreshmenU 
were aervad by tba ladMi. 

NEW SUSPENSION 
BRIDGE WILL BE 
STARTED SHORTLY 



Haw Best to 
Use Aerial 
JIf ail in 1/.S. 



BETTER LINK 

TOISLANDIS 

CONIJPLATEU 

Denman and Hornby Islands 
Want Improved Ferry 

Sf rvii e to Buckley Bay. 
Lonnecluig With E. & N. 

RAILWAY PjKEPARED 
TO STOP TRAINS 



Evidence of the growing lmi»rt- 
ance of Denman and Honkby lalands, 
which have a ptipulution of upwards 
of 400 people In reatdcnce. is shown 
in the tnstryotlons Issued to Bsqul- 
malt and Nanaimo Railway train 
cram to atop at Bnefclay Bay, on 
flag Bigaat 

At tbe present iim" landing 

faeUlttes exist both at llurkley BHy| 
and on Denman Ulund The rest-' 
dciit-s ha\c uppealed to the Comox- 
Courteimy Board of 'I rudi: to 5.up- ! 
port a grant for a ffiTj' Nj the 
islands, where there are !.ixty-flglu 
car owners. The present ferry aer- 
vlce to not considered adequate, and 
the ProvtnobU Oovemment to to be, 
asked for a ferry subsidy tQ enable, 
a ferry capable of carn^g auto- 
niobiles. livestock and machUusry. as 
iweii aa passengers, to operate twice) 
dally acuY^s tba Bouid, «t roason-l 

able rate.i { 

The de^^'lopiti'-nt of the toiirLit ' 
attractions of ihrae Islands in rerent 
Summers tiaa been ntimulatet! bv i^e 
estabUshment ol motor camp^ 
Unksd to Vanoetanr Maud by 
launob aervtee. 



7 



In cottaeetlan with oorre- 
spondenee forwarded from Vic- 
toria to United States points vta 
United States air man. the pub- 
Uo to advised that the best con- 
nection imr hr nun riming 
at the PoatflOoa at i tf^oeft 
dally. 

A letter poated at Vlrt.oria at 
4 o'clock today will reach New 
York at « 40 pm the day alter 
tomorrow, a letter posted at 
the game lime for Los Angeles 
wlU reach Ito deetlnatlon at a 
p.m. tomonnw. 

PMtai rataa are as follows: 
Pivo oenta for the ant onnoe 
and 4en cents for each adilltlon- 
al ounce 

Itillion Bushels 
Wlu'iit to Export 
li.h ForecoBt 

KERtlOBBRT. Seek., Oct 96.— 
Canada's wheat export will have 
reached the btllkni-bushel mark 
within fifteen year.-;, in the opinion 
of I'hi*-! J'l.-u-e J. T- Brown. In an 
addre^f.t lure the chairman of the 
Sa.<ikatchewBn (irain Commission re- 
newed the rising hl.'-tory of the 
Prairies during the pa-it half cenliiiy 

Phenomenal growth in wheat pro- 
duction from 24,000,000 bushels at 
ttie begiimlng of the century to 
more than BflOJOIMlOO In 189$, has 
been the teeord of the west, he 
pointed out. Confounding early 
mtooonoeptions of the Prairie crop's, 
potentlallttea, said Mr. Brown. 
Prairie whea^ has come to be In 
world wide demand and to the maln- 
fitay of induablal gtrtKCura of tha 

rountr. 



VOICE OaJECTiON 



Retail Seetten ef Cbamber ef Ceu- 
naerae Ptaaia "Blsraot y psd Aaserl- 
eaa Cfily* H VIelarIa 



iHoVs the 

I Digestion 

Notaogood? WhatabuDd 
tobethetrottUe? Amean 

little pain after eating? 
Not much appetite? 
Frequently you iust can't 
let tosleep tor that hearr 
feeling in the gtomach r 
Or gas forms, starts fhe 
heart fluttering and 
makes yoti nervous? 

A m'>miM^gU:iSof.'\BBEY's 
will help you get rid of all ^ 
thcK digestive troublea,aa 
Quiclcly aa the sun melts 
tnc snow. Abbey's cor- 
rects ituligestion becauae 
it thorougoly cleanses the ■ 
whole digestive 
tract. Ir r.wcrrcn't 
the stomacli, 
netitralizea any 
acid condition, 
promoeea thtr 
now of digcativc 
juices. 

It alao tones up 

the liver, regulates the 
bowels, and prevents that 
t^dency towards Con- 
stipation which so often 
adds to your distress when 
the digeadon is not right. 

A morning glass of 
Abb £ y's and soon you ea^ 
steep and £eel bet«er« 

Tak« • • • 

AbB£Y^ 

Tho MorMng H^Ith Smit 

hud* of ttkoMBadi al vmn atl nwr Ika 

prvactiplirm proTmi v*lu«. aniltallMa* 
!■ tll-hMll h , ■ n BVTcmitil* rn*ana iif nvw- 




At a msetlflg. held In the Chamber 
of OoQunerre yestnday morning, the wait upon the elty ootmell next Haa* 
retail section of the chamber want day and will lodge a protest, 
on record as being opposed to the The members sppnn'ed a proposal 
new sign by-law as drafted, upon tor decorating tlie cllf with cver- 
the ground that It was dlscrlmlna- greem in thr> .>.aino manner which 
tory and discouraging to Intttotlve has obtained for the past two years, 
on the part of tndiytdual merAanta but showed themselves In fsvor of 
and others. the abolltkm of colored lighu as 

The m^'iniKTi of the ^e^li^^ did pert of the deooratlve achwn a, 
not consider that there waa any „.„_,„ 
putalle demand or need for suoh a BlViatE BACE aiOTS 

a'iaw at tbe present time, and they I^^ „ . « ^ 

10 felt that the drafting of the FRB»NO. Cal, Oct 28.— Bad 
by-law was a definite move on the f««Wtig between whits and PlUplno 
psrt of the city council to turn Vic- f*^lt workers st Eieter .Hxty miles 
tona into a stereotyped American south of here, fann'-rl '.. n lever 
city, a proceeding which would tend heat by a stabbing affray lajit night, 
to deflect from all forma cf Indlvl- led lo a ra. e not In which 300 
dual Initiative, and which would FlUplnoa are being driven out of the 
have a distinctly sdvrrse effect upoa district by a mob of about three 
tht^totirlst trade. A delegation will hundred transient white lat>orers. 



WELL-KNOWN SEAMAN 
DIES IN HOSPITAL 



The Ragwelgate bridge across the 
Buikley River, at New Haaelton, 
will be commenced by the Depart- 
ment of Puljllr Wdrka without de- 
lay. The Minister of Public Works. 
Hon. N. S. Loaglteed. recently vl.^lted 
thai loratlon during hH trip through 1 ^''^C*^' Brothers punernl Home. Rev. 
the central pun of tiip provlnoe and ^- A- wlU oooduct the ser- 

gave hLi personal ntlfnMon to the I aft^ *hl^ Interment Will be 



After a lingering lUneu there 
passed away in St. Joeeph'n Hospital 
early this morrUng, NUs Martin Han- 
wea, of ITS! Staith StreeL Tbe late 
Mr. Hansen oame to Canada from 
Denmark twenty-five years ago and 
since 1033 had been employed with 
the D C roert service of the OJJt.. 
oer-ing latterly aboard the steamer 
Princess Loulae, on which he was 
lookout man He had manv frlendi 
In the service and was very popular 
vith his fellow workan oa Ilia Prln- 
-ess Louise. Mr. Hansen waif fuiv- 
four years of age. 

Bagldas a widow residing at tfle 
famUv reeldtokee in Victoria, the 
late lir. Hansen leaves to 'mourn 
hto loss oiw datighter, Mrs N. Smith, 
of tiito dty. 

The funeral will take place on 
Monday aflemnoii ar 2 '.irlock from 



Ltank-OOTeniBr WW PreaMe at Ut) 
ranadtoa Ssottlsk Qa Ui e iUi g 
oa Monday 




w(loIe subject .f t )\f i liu! - liiid 
bridges required, nut only from the 
standpobit of the immediate preeent 
but also looktaig fonraid to future 
ne^da. 

He has decided that there should 

be a new suspension atruoture io- 
<:«ted at Hagwelgste to take the 
olace of iJie orlglruil bridge that wan 
,nit In some vears ago by a prlvafe 
i'onu»ny TtiU latter bridge wa* re- 
cently condemned, and Mr Lough- 
■•erl Ls (if the opinion that looking 

' riie preient. and to the future 
!ief<ls of the district, the erection of 
;\ modern suipenslon tarl^ at Itato 
point to required. 

Tbe bridge wffl be of modani 
constnietkm, and no Uttie, tt to 
pron^aad. win be lost 1q fMMnc It 
in plbee. 



made IB Aeyal OakBuvWPatt. 



Obituary 



On Mondav evening next a smok 

Ina rniuTt m whjrh Hon R R. 

Bruce wUl take tbe chair ax hon- 
orary colonel «f tba ISth Canadian 

scotttoh Batastton, will be hem at 
tbe Armortaa on Bay Street lo mark 
the eominenaement ef the season of 
battalloo aetlvlUea A good pro- 
gramatte has Iteen provided and re- 
freshments mill be sen-ed. The 
prises won in the vuloua rifle 
shooting ronteatJ will be preseni.«d 
by the honorary colonel, and the 
plan for the semaon'a work will be 
outlined by Ueut Col V n Martyn. 
D.SO.. oommuidlng ofDcer. It U 
anttdpated that there wffl ba. a 
issrgo attendanoB of tbe meaabsrs of 
tbe ^ttaUon and their friends, 

neendUnc haa begun (or the eom- 
lag seaeos). and new members will 
be taken on every Monday and 
Thursday evening. The baUallon 
parade*, which will be under com 
panv arrangements In the earlier 
patf "f U-.e iwaBon, will be held ever ■ 

Monday evening, and the miniature 
Ma range wffl b« aeaUaUa on 
T nut a da y avenbitB. 



Ask Your 
Neififhbors 



"I was all rundown, tfnd ^ the 
diM and <oakI 001 do nr house- 
work. My eyes wsre dull, nv tongur 
waa coated and I did not warn to 
tat. A neighbor told laochv sbaut 
Lydto E. Rnkbsm-i Vcgecsbls Com- 
pound. I bmsn cskteig It and ntfw I 
am hmpr ail tbe dmc I sU«p wcH, 
tar natvm sia fOod and I hsvc rold 
lota of fttends how tfas Vwiablt 
Compound haa bdpad mc. I bsve 
slso used Lydta B. naUMB<i Sbaa- 
dve WsA end I fcd bis faanac. I vSl 
bt ^sd so anawst ear liMsri,'^ 
Mn. H £ Vaam. 8sy 1 ITdkw Jk, 
Feribduk. Mimcsosa 



Lydia E. Pinkhain's 
Vegetable Coiiipoiind 



1 f M, 



■ ■■ «1- U S 
c 



MR. SAMUEL YORK 

PASSE S AWAY 

NANAIMO. Oet as - Mr 
Samuel York, 'a well known 
Nanaimo River resident, passed 
away at the Shaughnewiv Trrwpttjii. 
Vanoouver. on Saturday 

n>e tote Mr. Tork. who wvtf, fifty- 
nfcie yaais e( ago. was bom on tbe 
atte wbsre The Kcndd oCftos now 
stands, and has ihred In thto district 
ever smce. Por the peat year he had 
rcriipied fhe position of road fore- 

ninn fnr Cedar Dtatrlrt. 

Besides hU widow he f« mirvlve*! hv 
one son. Charles, of Vw<".\-rr. m.fi 
two dai^htera, Mra Prank Hm%Ui 
and Mrs. Alexander Raines, both of 
VaDOOuver; tbree beotbsrs, Nelson, 
af Oedar DtonM: Anos, of Nanai- 
■M, and WUUam. of San PraiKiaco, 
and jBiie etotsr, ICia a S. ■raltb. of 
Nanalaso Rtver. 

The late Mr Tork wms a charter 
n^ember of the Native Sooa. and 
'♦•III rtveriesji *|(h the Fo r es tr y 
na[;*li..n 'n ;»!« 

nie f'ln^rnl t>^ok place* to Ma- 
oaJmo on w rtt nmuttg, Mae. O 
Stevenson olficiatuic 



WARHEH-4taa yamalm of tbe 
laU Ohartao ftielpa Wamec are re- 
posing at Hayward's B.O. Puneral 
Chapel, frtmi where tbe funeral will 
take place thto afternoon at 3 
oclwic Rev. Canon A. S. del* 
Nunns WlU ofnciat>« Intennenl wffl 
be BUda to Royal oak BarM MrfL 

CRONRHAW -Ihf- leninlni of the 
late Mrs Marv KJIutbeth Crnnshaw 
were laid to rest in jvytH Bay Ceme- 
tery yesterday aft^noon. the furierai 
taUng place- fran Bkywtfd's &C 
puneral Ohapgl at a o^lbek. Rev. 
B. w P. Carter offielattng In the 
presence of aeveral fitends. Many 
beautiful floral ofTerlngs were rf- 
ceived and placed on the casket ai..: 
hearse The pallbsarafB were B. o. 
Osiionie J HnfflBl. T BttAa aaS 
J, Moon Jr. 



Enjoy Warmth of Summer Sunshine 

* From the Csrefice Ifart Automatic Oil Burner 

McDoweU & Mann 




but liajidsome.toQ 

The Monophone is a 



nevi 
aiAi 



4^ 



BRACKETT— There passed awav 
in thU dty en Ootobsr 3», Jams* 
Alexander BMett. late of Ponder 
Uland. BC, aged slxty-nlas yeara, 

and born In tbe provlnoe of On- 
tario. The remains were forwarded 
this morning by Hayward^ BC 
Funeral Cn to Pender Island for 
Interment 




GLY Oi 
IMFtESn 



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WtlMt-S MWev >t*T^4(> 

rr Ma liwtaad mar* ImvU^h 

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may rely upon pfpv^ n» 
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CASH AND CARRY 



Enilgn Pure OnWn Mtrma- 
lad*. 4-Ih, tin -..45f 

Ifrnmr Valley Pure Straw- 
berry Jam, 4-11. -in II><' 

Australian Canned Pcdihes, \u 
hravv Kvrnp l.irgf tin 25C 

Durham Corn Starch, 2 ukta-i 
for Jl9f I 



PfatMt SMdlMv KaidM. 8 lbs. 
for 21< 

Lemon and OranKO Peel, per 

lb. .™.._*. 1 nt 

Citron Peel. \h 

Imported QJace Cherries, r 
lar SO* lb. 



Our Aaaam Blend Tea, wonderful value. Special, lb 47f 



HoUum T«ad«r Wax Beana. 2 

tine 31^ 

Dishce Sliced Mieapple. 3 

King Oscar Sardines, 2 tms 
for „ 8lf 



Prepared Almqnd PMtIb reRU- 
lar 60c lb. .. 

Hweeahoe Salmom yiAh. tins 
(ur 22< 

Dunbar 8hriiBpt,'tln 28^ 

l&aSofC'a All BfmB. pkt..^l8f 



Australian Harvrstmy Com- 
bine Creates Sensation on 
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Mfemikctured in Canada 

CAS BE OPERATED 
BY ONE MAN ONLY 



f Jtaaat Eng lish Malt Vinegar, regular 95c gallon tor 65^ 

RH«ljSiHte8df^9ior.»J^ 
Robin Hood Quick OM.with 

china, per pkt.»..^.,» 35^ 



Stitillght Soap, per carton, 2l< 
Old Dt|t«b Cleanaer, tlo. lOf 
Heather ToUet Pmptr, 10c rolls, 
i for 



Aksorjed Sandwich Biscuits, regular .^V \h for 



25< 



Cbriatie!* Craam Sodaa, rej 

' 'Idr50c tiaior>. 

Jacob's Polo Biiodtl* regular 

65c lb. for -...:«.™48< 

Chocolate Eclaira. 1-tb. carton. 



TjjuliT- 4^r for 

Sweet Valencia Orftnget. 
Dozen ~ _ 



33< 

20c 



liaUowa'en Jellies, Jelly Beana 
and Kisses, per lb 

Plain MarshmallowB, for toast- 
ing, regular 45c lb 

Preah^Mada Asaorted Cboco- 
latei. regular 50c .lb. for 35f 



Fresh Lemons. 



30c 



Nice Quince, 4 Ibi 35* 

S««dIrM Grapei. 2 lbs as« 

( r.ii, Apple*. « 1'- 26^ 

M.iiito«th Red, Snow, Oelidoul 
Apples, :t ' as^" 

California Graprfrutt, -t fnr 25e 
Good Cooking Applet. 

J««tt«d Qcm I*«1*IQ!H» ' ib« 
Tmh CibiT. 1*^ a 
ftemt PoiatoH, S 



$1.10 



Freah Datea, 3 tbe Sf^e 

New Mixed Nnts. lb SO# 

New Mlsiion Pigs, black or nr. 

Z Ih picWagc 40* 

Ripe Tomstoci, baiket« 
Preah Pumpkina, lb 

Fine Cooking Peara. 
» lb. 



an* 

25c 




Frrth Hf a.l Lfttijce, each. >Oe 

Jii'! - .,5* 

.Good Csrrota, lO lbi_.^ ^.SS^ 

S^lOoed Sound Oftai, T Ibi....^« 



ViaBtt Alberta CnooMcy 

Batter. Per lb..-.« 

Or n II.. f-T 



45c 

91. 3a 



He w Ze aland- C ieaiimy 

Butter. Per lb- .-^ 

f>r 3 Ih^ for 



48c 



Mild Sugar Cured Breakfaat Bacon, 

pie,-'- i:'.it, i»pr lb 34e 

Home-Cooked Ham, alicfd, nn 

Home-Cooked Corned Beef, sliced.; 
per lb. ™ _ as* I 



Mild Cheeae, per lb 37* 

M«j«*de Loaf Cheee*. per lb.. 27<* 
Pure Lard, per H. - . ' 18^ 

Or a Ibf for 53e 

Kirkham'e De Luxe Pure Fruit 

Miocemest. per lb ISe 



Picnic Haras, per lb..- 
Cottaffe Rolls, per lb. 



M4 



Fresh-Killed Boiling FowU 3 to 4 lb-., avernpre, per lb ..„..25^ 



Local Spring Lamb 

Shoulders, per lb.:. 25^ 

L«^s. per lb. — 37# 

Lamba* Heads, each lOifi 

New Zealand Lamb 

Shoulders, per lb ~..23< 

l.otnM, per lb.„..„^ 264^ 

LcRs. per lb _ 34^ 

Shoulders of Pork, lb 21f 



Choice Quality Beef 

Sirloin Roast!:, lb. 86^ 

Rump and Tip Hoaats, per 

lb,« and 20< 

Rolled Roasts, lb 25^ 

Minced Reef. 1b._ 17f 

Beef Saii^aRf. Ih 15f 



Pure Pork Sausage, lb 26f 

Roasting Chickens, ^ to 4 Ihs. average, per Ih. 



MUk-Ped Veal 
Shoulders, lb« 25^ and 22< 

Rump Roasts, lb ^.83# 

Stewing Veal, 1U_!. 17f 



Eaatem Haddie FiUet, lb.. ISf | Fresh Filleted Cod. lb 18^ 



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There*s ajOifference 

ia Cabinet Heaters 

and ttie Terence Is largidy bttMe the ehameled 

cibinrt. 

Before yoii think of buying any cabinet heater, 
let us afiow you Sunbeam's furnace-tvpe cast iron h^afr- 
ing unit; tu 84-pound fire pot; ita gatlon capaciw water 
pan for air moistening; Ita dtiaNtigfat and anKdce-tight 
construction. Then you'll know why this superior 
cabinet heater will lieat a 5 to 7 room home, upataira 
and down. A nd . ramemby^ .S l i i wtaa ii i ^ryt laJoy qui j|# 
loweii in history. 

SMiiitodi^, W«'k» talhlag quattlyb aad prkk 




be<"ii d^r;i(-n.s!r Hf^il !n Ih^ Vt'^r' Hil.i 
Fall lii tit» ftliape ot "La Aun- 
traUsaa." a oae-moCor, one-man 
combtoe. This -t"***** has been 
majHifaotored to AnstemUa for some 
years now. and Is the popalf com- 
blns In that oountry. This year the 
AustraUmns have branched out and 
sent fotir machined to thl."* sopilncnt 
to t^Rt (h^m under condUlfn^ hcr^ 
Two of ihfsr niachliifh an- m the 
tTiutwl H|.ate» and two hftvi- ti^t-n 
operating In Western ('anada cuf 
In Alberta and one In Ssskstcliewan 
The tests appear to have.been very 
settsraetorr. and thert U UtUt doubt 
that B a year or so these 4Qaibtnea 
will be Bade te.Oanada t0 the 
Wm I wu tfads. 

BBCALL AN1> GOMPAGT 
The machine U imaU and com- 
pact, and at first glance ooe won 
ders bow It dees ths vosk. Tet a 

doei It, end with lo Utile Mss as 
to be almost unbeUevsbl-* The ma- 
chtjie ruts a awath ahead of Itself 
on the principle of the push Mader, 
but tli«re \m no reel, and tt cuts cm 
much the aame idea an a .barber 
cuts hair -jvpr hw 5cliwor». The one 
t>elQg dei:i r)n.'it! i*i(>(1 waa a twelve - 
foot cut. utid ac-rou the front Li a 
twelfe-foot comb mad^ up of 
seventy-eight itrlpper gu&rds about 
a leek tans. fn^ttMng ta front of 
these are twelve detadtfUe lift- up 
fingers which may be «s8d In down 
or bent grain to stratttaten It op. 
When the mschlne pushes Into the 
crop it Is then adjusted so tnat the 
stripper guards push In about two 
Inches below ths besd, and below 
Uiese Kunrda la a Ptckle which nips 
'lirm off T^i:! t-rd-liitj splralfl then 
catch them and feed tliem to the 
centre of the machine, wher** thev 
enter ths cyUndar. Thus the grain 
enters ths cylhidsr wUta very Uttle 
straw. 

The cylinder Is of the bar typt* 
and Is so ooostnicted that Ave ad- 
Justnunte oan be made from the 
drtvem seat Hm eytthdsr is also 
equtiwsd with fans, and elsanlna of 
ths grain starts riglit m the cylin- 
der. The sieves are of the side- 
shake type, and after being threshed 
the gTHiii p]evftt*'s to the tank, which 
l.uliis biiJtlipLs. TTie tank L3 

low, and to load from It tn wagon 
the grain Is elevated out. A full 
tank ran be rmpii'-d Ui from four 
to five luliujir'. 

ONE M(»TOR ONLY 
Ttie wholp mnchUie, of course. Is 
drl^-rn by one motor anrl rides on 
ihrer wheels TT.p back, wheel ts 
small, luid besides holdinR thi- back 
end up Is the steering control, The 
engine, a thirty .two-hor?irpr.wrr af- 
fair, alts on ths left Md*- m front 
sod dheetly Wr the drive wheel. 
The rigbt-hand tnat wbeel mvatr 
h^pa oariT the load. Tbt wslKhl of 
the machUie !■ lo dlstslbutad teat It 
Is all on the front drive wheel, and 
In thlf way Ucht soil holds no terron 

for It 

There am no belts or eanvases on 
the mschlne st sU. snd ceily a few 
chains. Ttie working speed Is three 
miles an hour, and this twelve-foot 
machine, under favorable conditions, 
will cut forty aerea a day Since tt I 
Is a one-man. one-moUir machine, I 
itS^ O peration in ver>- rea-'ionahle in ' 
cutting l>etween seventy-ftve anu ' 
^jht y acres of wheat running ' 
twenty bushels to the acre it con- ' 
sumed about thirty faJh^Ti of ga-s 

**rhe machine has uiade a great 
hit with aU the psople who aaw it 
working In Dm Modal and Tessler 
districts," dsolans Hie Western 
Producer, "and people came fitim 
Biles 10 BBS It as Ita Csme ibiead 
One day (he field to wWeh iTvu 
working looked like a ptenlo gcound. 
KplendJd repn.tji hava sIm come 
Irora thr districts In which the 
other machine has been worlting in 
AlberU., The price of the machine 
In Australia Is Sli.TOO. and it is un- 
derstood thst when manufactured in 
Oaaada the grtes will bs no man 
and may bs a Uttle tees." 




VIetorto Rant Ctab— Tbe Vlciorta 
Hunt Club will meet this aflemoon 
Kud WIN i^a^'Q WUllamaoOAl 

ht hot.! ai ^ 30 o'clock. 



HaM — Forty -one 
were arrested by Chief of PoHce 
John PVy and isquad fulliiwtiig a raid 
on premLset. ^Ituaied at 1 and 2. 
Wi-jst Sldf of Idii Tan Ali-v itl H!..iut 
9 t>^ ijcttxk la-t. nltiiit M.iy •ere 
later released on tMtl at S2A each, 
and wUl t>e arraigned In i>ollco court 
this moralng to Xaoe a charge of 
being found to s gaming hoiflw. 

Koam ntilpped A shlpBOlft Of 

.silver uiiil dark ■ r.WiK [.nes left here 
\f->ffnl«v tn, Mr A H l^'Tkr. of 
Kliina, .Mb»*rta I>B;al fur farmers 

are Ux-ikin^ f^iward to a beefy de- 
mand for htgii-grade dark oniss 
foxes and pelts. ICr. SPansen. of 
the out IBnMK gtoB S Wo. 2. yes- 
terdsy lecnred an Iwpihy hrom 
Sweden for prices on - foets for 
breeding purposes. 

To Complete FurnUhlng* For the 
punitrw of romplellng the fiirnlah- 
rng of tiic mirth wUig of the Bm.- 
presa Hotel, Mr. U. P. Palahunty, ol 
wiiudpog, strtstent manager at ^e 
C.P.R. western hotel system, antvsd 
In Vlctorls yesterday. H. P. 

Mathews, the gsnsral manager, has 
been here since MOOdSy. It la to- 
tended to bring ttM elBg hito ssnloe 
in ttrae te the Yulettfe f«tivaL 



pT. Rev Michael Kranciv Fnllon. Bishop of the Reman Catholic 
*V Church Diocese of Londijn, who is m a very grave condition as s 
result of, the diabetic ailment from whi, h hr hai suffered for the last 
three years, !■ ahown above in his last : ■'t'K'-dj.h, 'skcfi in the earden 
of his home, "Biatk Friars," with 'hi% $J Russian w<.tl! hound, tfic 

gift of A friend. They have been msepaisblc companions. 



perfectly satisfied It would be dr 
Glared Illegal ' 

Under the Brltlnh Nmtti Amerl 
Act the power to Impo:,-- ii\ direct 
tsxsUon Is glvta to the l>jmlnlon 
G^ivernment. Jn rslsing revenue 
the provtoees are restricted to direct 
tssatlon XNnet tayetlon K a lery 
which rests to the last analysis on 
the person paying one which Is not 
and cannot be paned en to another 
person. The gasoline tax ts Intended 
as a dlrerl levy on motorists. But 
the Libera] leader contended the 
Ux i.s really n levy on the compau- 
leG who do the b<K>lclceeping aud pay 
ths tax to the ' invenunent, de- 
ducting their commission for col- 
leetiog It. Taktog tbis view, it is 
Indtreet taxatton and Is tbemfne 
uttcft vtrea d Oia pravhialal l^a- 



.H^IJOWriNPARTy 

mn SUCCESS 



l,a/jiii-..iii si I i rt ttooi rntATtalru 
With Costume C'<nB|»eUUon and 
PasMe le Aid MUk Fond 



LABOR MP. WWS 

•PL^'MOUTH. Eng.', Oct. 25,— After 
a seven -day trial of * petition to 
deprive Mr. J J. Mesas ot his e«at 
as Labor member of Pailtemait on 
the grounds of alleged corwipt 'pimc- 
tlces and bribery by agents, the 
court today declared the petlUon 
had failed snd must be dismissed 
Mr Moses was elected to Pnrllament 
for l>rake dlvtslon of Plymoutii to 
the h ^ elBoOoq^ 

Announcement$ 

Eleclrolyida Is a branch of thS 
medical profe.sAlnn and L& a safe ud 
pannanent metfabd to the treetosent 
of taelal dlsflguremsnts generally. 
Mlai Henmsn devotes her tlrae ex- 
doBlvelj to this work, to which she 
has bad IP yean: westaok Me 
aaywHd aodg. 

The Junior W.A, St. Mary's. Oak 
tlav Im II annual «i]e of 

work uf[ -.r.' I Le i^tith Flazaar 

lo be opened by t^dy Richard Lake 
at a pja., to bs foUowsd ImtQsdlstely 
by short entertainment. No chsrge 

for ndi'il.ssloii or entsrtalnment. 



Yc Olde- rashloned Falre Hi 

John's Chuch Sclioolrooni ,\r . 
noon snd evenlna. H'^enibrr 4 urid 
B Pancywork, Aprons, hfime nxik- 
ing. candy, fish pond, afternoon lea. 
Programme each fventog by At. 
John's Choir. 



Kaeo orders New for ChrtdMift 

greeting cards and be- aasuredof 
wide .sel^ctlnn Ooren.s of bsatltlful 
styles if-i select fnwi. ■aH'Ji lined en- 
velopes to mati-li f Hll and se^ 
them today. The Colonist, laii 



Aicock, Dowiung& Wright, Ltd. 

S icoigipra to Hidmaa Tya Hanlware Co. 
Fhonas SB-M 545 Yates Street VirtnrU, B,C 



ColUge Seadenu 

victoria ' Mf£'- ^'udenta ffTooted 
striking Transfi^ir matlons In drass 
last evening to attend their aimoal 
HaUowe'en "Ctoderslla ' About IIS 
wen pfbeent, end tbe usaallj sonbre 



daMreems and e uu k h a s donned s rtan. wbe cane fa a oavemait 



PTotrmK^ moU and «|» msmbsTs 
of ths fseulty. Mme. taoderson. 
Mlas Humphrey, Pwl ses u i end Mrs 

FfcTT, Pmffnarir Oage nnd Mr, K 
Bavannal-, 

lbs wlimex* at the prlr^s offerM 
for the best oostume* '' ere Mlw 
ll ea w e r Walker, dressed a« an 
tMeotal lady, an* Mr. Charles Rut- 



Ontarin Liheral 
Loader Says Tax 
On^'Gas'' Invalid 



TILLTONBURa. Ont . Oot 
The gssDlioe t^ impoeed by the 
Ontario OoTsmment is unconstitu- 
tlooal and would not be upheld by 
the Judldal Committee of the i-rivy 
Oounetl. said W. M. a Stoclsir 
Liberal loader, lapl night, tt wa« 
not only Illegal. R 4«S^lt was 
cxeesstte. 

"The gattihiie tas Is atoolutely 

iinoottsututtonal," hs aald. ^eeuoe 
It U an Indirect tax and ttie prar- 

Ince has no power to liapoee an 
ituiirect t«i( If airyone took a case ' 
on It to the Pri\7 OounoU. I am 



OANADUN MATHMVAL BAIL. 
WATC 



Nalleaal Cevnca ef Eteeatlee'i 

Lecture on "flhakf^pears In Mpdam 

Dress." by Sir Barry V. Jacluion at 
Shrine auditorium. View StTOOt, 
Wedneiday, October 30, i:U pM. 
BO cenu. 



Oe b ei n i Ceert, MT \ur]nvf 
Stnat, iMWtar ftimlsbed rootiis and 

eottea, petvate bathe: with or with- 
out beard; Idaal lor tm^eei gentls- 
meo; .•waoB. eeafortabli; eentnl. 
Miss ■wtog, tsl ephooe l»n. 

T»irr Weddlnj reqiiir"^ -fwi n«,«<. 
in pnotlug tor your announi-emenu 
tofltatkos. eCe. Lst as show you 
of oar work at reaaonsble 



ealerfid aspeot for the orca.'^ion f- 
the oomblned effect, of the hmt . 
oaetuoses oompeting f-it favM w.ih 
the Judges snd Ui" gs i't-. 'xnngo 
and black decoraMrm* Th» sludenU 
council headed hv Mr c:iiarl»fl Arm 
\Lnmii including Mr, 1 »«v)d 

Elllj( Bn'l Mlw Mc<'r»ll acf^d a 
recepdrjn r^inm*iu«e to welcome thSj 

. 



f^pper was served at 11 e^loefc, 
sftAr which daa^ was imncd 

and '-.^ntlnunl OaU Bddnlgbt. 

near wifi» " said a msn of 

Kong. 

Your notion of birds Is all wrong 
Tea*vs been telttng me that 
T0a>e a duck of a hai— 
«M|ft»Mto« 



Ipltala 

The "Confederation " wtU be dls- 
oonttousd on November 6th be t ws eu 

VanroMver and Trw^nlo * 

The "CuiUnentjU Umlted" leavae 
Vancouver • 50 p.m dally foe Kam- 
loops. Jasper. Edmonton. BaskatooD, 
Winnipeg, Ottawa, Mootrsel. maip. 
ing close connection for Maritime 
and Ttatlod atatos pelali. iVo 
train earrlos through 
KlMtper to Chicago via Duhith 
also through standard ileeper to 
Kalovaa via Armstrong snd Vor- 



for 
art, 

aalltngs fvery Thursday SOO pm 
fnr PrlniV Rjipert Rtewart *nd 

ryiruaigUOy servtos lo Qussa 

H 



Tb« 

street, 
Hun ti Bits 
Sble prlcas. 



Cbocnisto Bho|h. m rxaX 

is now Open. Ous spwiauyi 



Dr. lewis HaH demal smteoB, 
bet epeosd offless at a04 aayward 
■Mk. Artificial pUtes a spMtelty. 
ttioae MM for eppolntmei^!* 

Tka Dsa sf Dr. Nolahisi • eiertrir 
steam massage brtogs su i pi i %; ng 
reeolla. Isblda, Oradusta. pboo* 
8SW. MM OoBgtaa. 



Hundreds ■ f iMir<-"i'ji ftiid cliildrsn 
gsUiered at ljuni)i»on Stiecl ^k;hool, 
asqtil m slt. last evening for the 
annual Hallowe'en party to aid of 
the school mUfc tund. Ballowe'on 
uikens. lighted pumpkins, wltebes 
rldtog broomsticks, black cats and 
other seasonable decorations met 
the visitor at every turn, snd 
Autumn foUatie wba used in pro- 
fusion to concflal fwme of the more 
obvious pedsKoglcal features of the 
building. The big auditorium was 
particularly artistic to Its deoora- 
Uon, a complete frlese of cat and 
wltdh design ctroUng the walls, and 
to the centre of ttid stage, with 
backgnnmd of bronxe oak leaves 
and maple, was a grinning witch 
stooping over a bubbling cauldron 
event of the evening was the 
imrade of costumed children com- 
peting for the generous prlies which 
were offered for the moat successful 
ooetnroee. Tlie eatrlae wers so 
BunHBOus and the mstumee so ex 
oeptlonally weH thought ont and 
orlg^ to decign that the Judges 
bad touch dUBcolty to ■*l^lng the 
winners, who were erentually called 
forward by the principal. Mr. H. W. 
Creeliiian. In the following order: 

Hall'.ween — Olrls: 1, Kathleen 
Howe: 2, Eda Jephson. Boys; I, 
Oeortie Uil»fhi 2, David Wlckens. 

Artts'lc- -Olrls: 1. Maureen Yates 
<H Uny faii-y), 3, Barbara Qoott 
told-IaatrioDsd tedy to plnkJ. Boys: 
Norman Srtocods (archer); 2. AUen 
Henry (red shadOV). 

Cheapest oootume— Olrtgr 1, Mar- 
garet Murray (dressed to maple 
leavesi. 3. Nlta Smith (to brown 
paper baga> Boys: 1. Alex Simp- 
son (maple leaves' , 3, Douglas 
Nelson (Colonist papers) 

Comic— Oirls: 1. Barbara BtUdd 
("The Qay Ntoetles" Unpersonaled 
as a sneMng old tadyi; a. Jesn 
BCDLoaa (old woman). Boys: 1, 
Alfred Jenkins (poUoeman) ; 9. Alex 
Ord (kareerowi. 

Oeneral— Olrls: 1, Eva Bston 
Olathsr TUneii 3. Irene Smokley 
(Jiaker's chocolate). Boys: 1. Atb* 
oils Brown (Orusadarlf 1,- * p^ ftriaB 
Wood (Napoleon). - 

The remainder of the evrntug wss 
plessantly paawd wHh dancing and 
BsUewe'so games, the grown-ups 
Jotolng the children In their fun. 

CAN BUY WINE WHEN 
PERMIT » REFUSED 

TORONTO. Oct. 16.— Ifatlre wine 
manufacturers here • perfeot right 
to sell their produets to p^reons 
whose liquor permits hkvs been 
canceled or suspended. 

Second Divisional Oourt so held 
today when it allowed Iho appeal 
nf Dominion Wine Orowert against 
a Judgment of Judge Elliott. Halton 
(-bounty, on s charge of unlawrjlly 
supplying wtae to Dr. K M Deans, 
s person whose permit hsd bsm 



Dentlsls Bear V isi te r A 

meettog of tbe VMorla Do^tal 
Bociotr eras held the ftaprees 
Bbtel to afford the mambora an op- 

portunltv fo meet Mr. RattBOT. lep- 

r'^seistatur nf the MbBQr Denial Oe.. 
of New Yfiik Despite the ihort 
liotice, iiivr" was a good repr ea enta* 
tioii of ti'e rii'mtwrslUp and the talk 
and rteinuri.M.ia'lon oti cemeniji and 
other dentHi nmterlal.'^ and appli- 
ances given by Mr flailiier was very 
well received Dr wuuam Gibson 
oeeapted the chair and the meeting 
was sponsored by the B.C. Dental 
auway Oo, of VaooQuwr. 

DOO SHnw will 

B£ UiilJl TOimOHT 



Large Kebr Expeeted at 



TMofla 



■dglBV ■CaHe at I 



The flrnt winter pailor .-"how of 
the VIetOTia City Kennel riub will 
be held IhLs evening sr r;-..- Weilcr 
Auto Supply BuUdIng, Uroughton 
and Douglaji Streets. Entrl« will he 
received from 7 to S. and Judgtog 
will start St « o'elook. W. Pyn will 
act as Judge, 

A great deal of interest is beti-.tj 
taken to the show, and indications 
axe that a record list wui be on 
hand. Special classes for children 
fanciers have beett aude^ and thsee 
are •expeeted to bitag out manr 
new oantnee. 




I rs AND DOWNfl WIN 

Ups and Downs took the odd game 
from Spencrr ^ Inmnotid-i in it Fl\e- 
pln LeagM.A 1 natch rolled on the 
Arcatl% \[]f-,- lint rUght .; Cnilclc- 
shanks. of Uie Diamond.^ led the 
scorers to both d^parinieiiLs with 
total! o( 361 and M3 The scores 
BpSBonr^ Diamonds 

B. Plater ito \?o 12Pi— «4 

J. Orulckahank irm 173 - ma 

F. n-ser ni im 

R. Mllbum ifti ISO 

L. Freer ... 107 230 



103 458 
130^ 441 

180^ &7a 



Totals wn 

I'pB and Downs 

D. Porter 0i ni 

A. Qninn ill 143 

O. comet , 3sa ifis 

H. PoUard IM 1*7 

J. Pollard m 306 



661 T15— 3807 



142— 40S 
1(K) 4(13 

198— 5»e 

M— 409 

343— 673 



IMsJS ....Ja* an 676 n»-36S7 
roi.OMPT TAKE TWO 

The Colonut. City League cham- 
plons last season, managed t^) uke 
two games from the Jokers to a 
league match on the Aroade Alleys 
last Bight Ibe tiewides took the 
^Mand last gaoiea to dedstve 

Toppling 233 ptoe to his first gams. 
Jack Marson. of the Colonist, was 
high individual scorer, while A 
HawkiTu. a teammate, had an ag- 



Ntaia Ann— I BUmary see and 
social, Baanlchtcn Agricultural HaJl. 
Tttiaday evantag, October 30, 815 
TVketo 80a ■ 



— AH baby^ Ut«ls 
ttatogs 6T« nf« Ik ■M h U Waehlng 
Oooapound — tfag BeeHlft, Moom- 
mends R. 



A 

•*OoBfory 



ware New 

neat Bprlac. The 
tUH P<artBtreet. 



Nine flea. 40B mm Btoehhita. 

fnr 1100 to clear The Beehive 




alsee slaaSsr.i 

n r 



»Ms«*y f 
eeile, . . At 



BROMO 



gregatS 

honoss tn 
scores: 



of 
tbiB 



Ml to take 



the 
Ths 



Colonist 

a. Motion IBl m 140— 463 

J Mstson 3tX 129 194— B43 

H. Pickup 152 159 210 - nai 

A Kawklni 197 iw 201 - m3 

C, Chlslett .... IM 103 100— 400 



TotaU - Ml 

Jefean 

A Porter . . . l|6 ng 

.1 L^eUiam ... 138 100 

S Jenkins 108 131 

A Potts 144 166 

J. Quizm m vn 



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An Attracttws Platurs 

A. smart csndlc brscket or hsndsome bulb-clatter 
mskes sll the difference in the appearaece of your 
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Port and Broad 8l» Phone 1727 



REGISTER 
NOW 

For Municipal VoteM' List 
o£ tM City of VletOffk for 
^929-30 



All non vroMriT owncri. vltttSse 
m»r* til ftm*U. Mi« <l«atre tn «v«lirT 
•a vwttn ftt^ th* iMSt nuoteiBsl sIm- 
IMn. nart Sl« UM ostswsry SwUraUan 

Mill ow atr otovfe, Oltr bsu. boi 

istsr OMS fIVB WSM s-BL M 

THtmaOAv. UM stsi Aw «f ooroMi. 
ins 

Tttr Ih* conr«ni«nr« of ihoM tiniMa 

tlM CUf OUtks Office !• balna k«pi 
toatWHn lb* h<»uf ■ 



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oiv oaws. 

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Guaranteed Quality 
All New Freeh Stock 
DONT PAY MUKK 

Children'^ |. . 65c 
MisAea' ..... 75c 

Ladiea' . . 85c 

Boy»' ... 95c 

Men's . .i... . . .99c 

Stewart's 

TWO STORES 

^ BOUfiUS 



I3« 
IRA 
1 
1 



Totals 



TOO. 606 



402 
474 
MO 
400 
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JURY LOCKED UP 

LOe ANOKlXfl. Oct- 3S TJie 
Jury of Ave men snd seven women, 
which took ths assault ease of 
AleganAor Paate«ss al 4:17 p.m.. 
was locked up fflc the night at t:t6 
wttbeot having learhad a verdict 

RKOmnX KTUKD 

PORT Al-PEnm. B O . Ort 23 
Martin listluinJ. tw«ntr-nins. en- 
glneer st the loestT^S rnmp or FlfyfJ 
Byles. n««r here «ii* Injfsi.tly 
i kUleii by « lofgtnc truck whan he 
jiimpad and fell under ths 
ss the truck skidded. 



I tfv MMii \ve*thaisaea le 
a«acen BiU— JJl-AX 

aiTMsriaWeat 



PUy ki 



Tmhietm 



John's Sctkoot- 



I 

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r r m , t fm I S I m ^ ^ t ft 9 9 



TTier* wss pswicy hiimnr — or wsd 
It r^»/^T i«.'t •< tn 'he r-nin'k s 

\^\'■^• « >'r ' r B ? ''r-' - »• ■ , -ii^n ■ 

S fterr.non wtth S ei.-lnj of I t'ImI, 
•lirt'leni V rotifronted Ute 
ft-.tnlster Th^T" ems no wsv of e« 

rape, but the t»oy rops to u r 
rwrion Ktotstsr." he ci' lsimed 
"d'ye eoe wliat thae traoU got far 
nabMa'we - ~ - - 

The 
>o«ctog. 



twitching of eoeeer fMde weikt on 
Isjl alght« with the rseult that vic- 
toria Olty and the Weelholmet wUl 
play at Beacon Bill, lower grmmd. 
Instead of Work Point Bnrrftrks 

The Division 1 Juvenile liesiriie 
match between the JBAA. snd 
Sons nf Fnglsnd. schediilert for 
Beacon HUl, lower ground, will ttv 
played st Vletohs West Psrk The 
kick-off Is st S e'oloett. with Ser- 
gsanl Uatftan hoadtae ths 
whlatle. 

The eaWW tlim 
(or BeaooB ROl 
wiwt aad the Mrage ar 
>e«m wss ralkid ev laat nlgfat 

Today's learns follow: 

flssntch Thistles— WUIoijghby. Joe 
("rows. Hsrijer, Miller, vteeeri. Jim 
('rove. Kelnisn. MlnnU, BSslee. 
camsweU and Kwtng Rsservs. J. 
Prtoo^ 

rtve <f% Oavaallas; — sooolar. 
Uorle, n«es; IWhOL fayne, Hae- 
sids: ifrns. ammi. wnidne. Marllii 
snd Campbell Reosreo. Loady. 

Vle.flrts West (JOIOHHMV-3»toe; 

flusBrd OfceU. JeekUa. WOfavtsfe. 
Msv wuksrson. Locandlas. Mmer 

■ p' '. Thomp«on nn'I Tr^m^r 

K of C. I* rr-,'-.«er -he 

fMlffwinii r R i-.-ittrm nij'''''nins 

Brown. White. K riirTi«T V idrney 
•uUlvan. Blraa, aDbroedac. Shouldlce 
K»ehhi. 
and a 



PSORIASIS 

BMHaHi ea« AS ebi« r>i»wM 
vsse (Nr VMSmj a^*4iM 

ePrlls ler DMerlptlv* ramphlM. %:%n 
Mte on LaM of UsnJi'Me ttid ni«- 
wScTf ei KfB. Ud aooklet n \xu 

WSBSB, Vlia sevlM, to SlSln 

mwisMa tree iw sHg. o»mi 1 1* i 

w«e sad del,. MS sKwS sU es7 

R«bm4I«s fev bmJI ear s»*eMlii 

^lAn* rvtrit Its 4 

rti* R>«1l.>i it»*l>.J ma^MMfT. LM 
IBS* Dart.. V.AraBrvr. a^O. 

,os«sSs'« oniT uii*tin«e nsieal 

DtsMBMn 



. Blraa, aobroedac. Shouldlce. i A psdsstrlso 1* a penoo i 
Meaaha«i CM OMBen a wi^lBnaSNgMHlSfl* 



TJUUFT nvrw-Aar 

WAWHTNOTON Ort 2S TTie 
ffieniiite li>4«v spproved sn tocrssse 
from for'j fony-fi*e eent* s 
penad ir rhe tsrtff on trsnspsr^nt 
ceHeleee sheeu used to the mseu 
feelure o« safety gleas Idr vlnd- 
shields. Tbe f toaaoe oonadtteo had 
procKised to raise tfie Hmg M Atty 
rents a pnuru]. TTw Wie WW Mlf- 

eigh* tr» thirty rue 

a penoo who has 



ri7^ DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA. B.C. SATURDAY.- OCTOBER 26, 



Varied Activities of 




omen 



Women's 
Clubs and 

Societies, 



Modelpd Chaptar 

At the mooihly mMtlnt of BCunte- 
ipal OhMpUr, tX>J>X^ faAld at 
hpaoquarten an Thifradajr mnlnc. 



ICn. R J SproU. of Vanoaovar. 1 VMorta Pr«*yt«rial 

oanvMi^r of immlrnitlon 'of "i'" ! Thf rrgiilir monthly 



Telept 



1 



8080 




Always in 
Soups and Stews 

Nothing elfa can hnpart 
(fuiCe the %»mf il i- 1 ti- 4 r r 
mrllownrss iind pn^ nancy. 

! fir tiioii- \nu use H.P. 
( lif iimrc <, (Ml \'l It. 

HP 



Provincial ChapttT, ! <> I >!■■ ftw.- 
an tiit*ri-«MitH ailiHi'.vi "II tiif- y urk 
btftrkg rionr in ^ '.11 Jin ! ii-'i Mr^ 

J. H OlllrniJle prraldLd hI ihr iiie«l- 

iDg. at which thlitaea cbaptcnt 
ware represented. Mrs. B. Bve was 
alaetad municipal ttandard beam 
tor Ilia rait of Um year by aoclama- 
ttOO, And was alAo rhoNfit to cap- 
Mrfb a team of flvr r> [.rt MBt the 
Orto* at the lancheoi: h< Id ymtrr- 
dajr under thp au.^picr9 vt iht- insti- 
tute of th^ Illin! riiJ" Ribert 
Bunift MrMlfklng r;,.iif .1 has uii- 
dertakeu to make a icn^nse bo iht 

appaal from (bis oriaptsatteo ii» 
ipacSsl wort. - Mm Oooka re- 
portad on adueattooat matteri. 
■nd aitiAfWhvnls wtra made 

*oT nsaliUzic-' with Poppy Day 
tiistf'S Mm. OUlBQ)le read a 
rep<3ri ot the provincial annual 
mceltnff Mrs. MUes reported on 
child wrlfarp work Mrs (lenpfr 
itskprt .'"r the (.■rdf-r - piilronin;'' a' 
Ihf Olil Ciultle gala at the Cryntal 
Garden on November 2 at 3:30 
o'clock, Mra. Drake told of the 
work bsing 4oaa by the Sea Cadeto. 
A afleht ttVnita of aympath; was 
pa^w) to the flattves of iba late 

Mis l^lMrt-nce iinlt^nburj and MM. 
Thhw Mrs K C Syniona wftH chosen 
Boy ni.' LOiivcn*-r . Mr?. iJtakr. 
Sea Cadet coiivPn^r, nnd Mis OenK'* 
for the Olrl OiUdes Oreel.lnK^ 
were sent to the chapter from thf 
honoraiT rei«nl. Mri. A. Wright, 
and fmm Mn. MoCulloeli. of Reso- 
lution Chapter, who !■ In Wntfiwl 
• • • 

Native Oaafhters 

On Tuesday evening the Native 
naughtrrs of BrirWi Columbia held 
m^lr monthly' at ilu- Alcx- 
:ii,dra Club, Campbell BulldUig. 
'I UfIf^ was a good •MoDdance oi 
[i;-nibrr» and the^affCBlnK «ai spent 
with bndga and a oonteit. Mlas 
"Boo" WUmh wen the prte for the 
latter. The mnabers wW five Uie 
anntial BMUowtfeu party to the 
cblldrtD of the Children's Aid Homr. 
Pmadors street, and plans are now 
under way wiUi a committee m 
charia. conslftlnR of Mm H a 
BeckwUh. Mm s J Slaplfdon and 
Mrs R Urnnt Rerm!\menta were 
nrrved by the committee tn oharfe. 

Women's TtMiMuHal AaxUlary 

Thr Women's Educational Atut- 
lllary inpt yesterday afternoon hi 
rhe Motropoh'an scJirkniroom. when 
n srxMRl aflrrn— ■!! ".i.ii ■■njoyrd Nli'S 
Tlce. Mrs. Travis. Mra N(>el and 
Mrs. Morton contributed vrx-al soloe 
and rccltatlona were given by MUs 
schnielz The following churches 
had charge of bablas. which wwa 
presided OTor by hottesies: Metro- 
politan Unltad. Pint Unttad and 
Oak Bay Unltad. two tablfs; Vic- 
toria Wast, JanMa Bay and Oen- 
taanial, aam each. 



Starts Today 

DOORS OPBN AT 10 A M. 

•t 

Pn not miss the opportunity. Bargains in every line: 
r >nir in and judge (or yourself. Uook far the price on 
I tie Kcd Tftg. 

Mitchell & Duncan, LU. 



Phoni 675 



meeting ol 
'hf \ I'riabyterlal met In '.h^ 

TirM Lulled Church parlor un 
h'llOity. ut 3 p n) . Mrs. Hood pre Id ■ 
ma Mru McK-lllop took chaittr "f 
• ! ir d tf vol 1 onal eaercise*. a f irr 
whirh reports were received from 
the vailetts departmenta. Mrs. Hood 
reportod on bar trip Up- Island. 
wlHQ sba TlsMsA Dtmean. Lady- 
nnttb. Wnilmo.'' Oourtenay and 
Cumberlsnd- She reported «d- 
roursRing progrriu In the different 
uLixillarlfs vi.'^l'i'd The executive 
» (Li pli'a."*d to w*-lconie to their 
n>ct»tlnK. Mrs Miller, wifr ot the 
nilaston^y at KoksUah. wliu pleaded 
lor a more .^ynipalhcll'- under- 
standing of the ln(l::iri prople The 
Indian, in many caAca. u made to 
f Ml that he is on the outalda— «bat 
the white mao faels towaxd him no 
bond of ktnsWp, fa 9lta of «om- 
f orU and pro^MTliy ttw Ufa of the 
Indian was a traffte one, she aM- 
Through their supply secretary, Mrs, 
Littlp, The executive has forwarded 
u box uf Christmas presents and 
clothing u> eheenai Ttna meeting 
adjourned wltll the MtapsH bena- 
diction. 

Genlna WJOXX. * 

The parlor maatlng of the Cen- 
tral W.C.T.U., which WM held at 
the home of Rev. Henry and Mrs. 
Knox, on Thursday afternoon, was 
well attended and much enjoyed 
Two new memberi were welcfunfd 
by Mri. ColllJi, the prealdeut The 
muslral part of the programme con- 
aisled of two vocal .wIoa. dellghUully 
given by Mrs Noel and two mem- 
bers of the M^tnpckUtan Mission 
Circle favored ttae ruaita with piano 
duets, which vera eharmSngly m- 
dered. A very ■ttaoulaCtnf address 
on -'Cltlsenjhlp'* was given by the 
Rev. Henry KxKUt. who referred to 
our privileges aa Canadian citizens, 
and declared that "he la no true 
Canadtai\ wh^ avails himself of the 
privilege of cttlxenshlp and nhlrkA 
ita resporuilblhUes, They nrf psrH- 
sttes who enjoy the benrfiiA of 
citizenship and remain Inaclive ■ 
Mra. William Orant, in eKpreasing 
the thanks astd appreciation of the 
mambara to Mr. Knox tor bis ad- 
dress, Ts» was served al ftbe fliose 
of the meeUng, when a Mtel bdlt- 
hour waa enjoyed. 

TrpograpUesl W^. 

An enjoyable .time waa spent on 
ThurRday afternoon when Mr^ A. EL 
Johnson, vkc-pn-'-ldrn! of W.A No. 
66 to Victoria Typographical Union, 

entertained a number of prmtar's 
wtvea at her booie. U31 Bank 
Street Assisting the hostess 
were Mrs. Brie Thompson and Miss 
J. Richards, while Mrs. AU Johnson 
poured tea . A novel hat -maUng 
contest was entered into with (preat 
Interest The cocipetiiora each wore 
the object of their &kJU and prtees 
were awarded to Mrs. Eric Thomp- 
son and Mrs. WUloughby. The rooms 
were tastefully decorated with Au- 
tumn flowers. The foUowlng ladies 
were present: MesdamSB A. B. John- 
son. V. J. Balnea. H. Adams. T. 
Chaney. J. Drysdale, A. BlUa, F. 
Ortntbs, J. Hoogh. w. MUllffan, D 

.McDlarmld, A. Johnson, P NeelandA. 
E McDonald, J. Hlbbenson, A F. 
aelf. C. atralton, F RowUiiids, E 
Stewart. J. Bt<?warl. H WhH^, It 
Pollock. L. WUloughby. P. J. Wood- 
ley, P. WlOmen UMI Miss J. RUh- 
ards. 



Columbia Diocesan Boa,rd lo 
Bring Dramatic Reader Here 

Invited 10 Participaif in Opening of New Imlian 
Residential School at Men Bis Mrs. Dukson 
Reports on Dominion Meeting in Montreal 



PL.\^lloi.sk : >,ellest girU In 
TBKATBB Hollywood pueed for 
Ibe art pttofcographs 
which featura 1Vtai«-«lbia% pro- 
ducuoo. -lHa Mbn to H obhim." at 
the Ptaiyhouae tttaatn ^odgy. The 
plot. s MM S s tad by « stsry or Peter 8. 
Kyne>. descrtbes the career ol s 
talented young photographer The 
Reginald Hloeto Company p cees nis 

•*VIMISL" 



CAI'I I 01 



The offer oC the talented dram- 1 meeting by the Junior seeretary. 
stlo raste-. Bttel Masse Buroa^ Mrs. Chrow. bemg part of those 
A.T.OJd.. to give an ent«rtalBmeni|sent tn for tiie diocesau conipetillon. 
on behalf of the stained g!aM win- whlrli wilt be. later, sent to various 
dow fund of the Columbta Dlorcsan inl^' ioiv tn 'he diocese 
Board. WBB gratefully accepted at j Th*- N^v t-i ;l).-t bnarrl nifpiint will 
the monility board Mir-i-ting held onlte bcM ..■ ^, i "lov ■mIl]. at 

Friday. in ihe Memorial Hall. Vic- the usual nvm Ladj Lake txpM-sJsed 
loria win. therefore, be given the tha.ttianki of the board to the satlonal nm. Aheady looU dance 
opportunity of hearing this artistic Christ Church Oathadral branch Ibr orchestras are bagtnntn g to play 
reader in the monolafue "Iba lt» hoqjAall^, and to Bt. Matthias*' --"— - — ■ — 
Other Wise Man." by VanOyke. to WX. wb6sa meubexa ^provijod a 
the MfSBortol Hall on Mbvetober SB. mtootne cup of tea M tba oioss of 
Mie jwnanH «iau en nov«a»w «. ^ noting > Uw aftmMbBB. 



lit) 1 Mii!\ Hoot Olb&on gallops 
THI'.-A I Hi. Into lown (igaln - Ul 
Mirplane! The cow- 
bov i-ur li here Ui Ttit Winged 
Horstman." Univereal picture etoow- 
ing at the Columbia Tliaatre. RuOi 
Elder, aotad oaean flyer, is his lead- 
ing lady tn the thrllUng story of the 
Western air. Others In the cast are 
Qwrles N. Schaeffer. Allan purest 
and Serbert Prior. Arthur 
dlreelad. 



itty Compson will 
H ' "M'. I )rr*ani Meni- 
iv.', " 1 i'f .11- ' lliiir 

Si the Capitol HicaLrr lonmhi. when 
"Street airl." the all-talUng. aU- 
musloal Radio Picture ends Its sen- 



AMU SEME NTS 

Capllal— "StreaC airt." star- 

t iik' Hr'tv roinnfton 
< ullseutii Niuii y Carroll !n 

( oluiiibiA — The Winged 
H"iv-:iianf'* CsalHrtnc Bool 

LHttooIi ' 

DonUnlon— The MaiS BnBi to 

'*Tha Cocoaouta.'* 

Oa UM 8li«a 

Ptoybiaii — 3lto K^taaid 
HtodBs Ofc prisiBt •Mat* 



RHEUMATISM ? 



Iciaftca 



Neuralgia? 

Mrs. T. K- 



COOPTIHISTS 
KEOPliN WLl 



Manager oT Crystal Garden Tells 
Tanrtst TrMe Ofw^ ef flans 
~ ^Irtertstomswls 



Sheehanof WtotbSTi 

with laflammaSn . 

eouUnl «««n mm bsr <iy«^ and ^nt 
usaity ttjtKIO Isr tfaatminta 8bs 

writes: 'Ttiree boass of T-RrO'a math 
well". T-R-Cearaeqns l . 

ly KondforHnatwa. Neuralgia, Ve>intra 
anoLuoihaBo. Quiek.Safe. N •^'>^i<lf i! 
drugs. fiOc A tl at ytMirdrugipBt e. wt 



TUMPLrratrs 

MOUIfAllC 



T'RrC 



's 



the whole of the pnvUM^ Wtoter 
enteruinment committee waa la- 
insUted with power to add w Us 

n 



at a PA. 

The musleal parts win be ren- 
dered ^KSUxm. TfnrbiU Drake, who 
has offered bar vahnAle assistance 
Members of the Woman's AuxUtary 
have undertaken the sale of ticket.-^ 
for thr event, and Mrs W H Bel- 
son I3 (;Miiv<"n**r 'if the uoinniltiee In 
charge ' if ,.ii.;rmi-nt.-- 

iN\iii:t> uPKMNti 

The dlwr^,Bn president and 1 n - 
w^-iirtn Bourd of Columbia W A., 
havf rr- eived an invitation from 
the principal and ntaff of the In- 
dian Resldanual School, at 



mmii mm. 

IN m OF BLIND 



Volanleer Woriiers Are kuroUed ta 
tbha Part to C^aytdgn far 
far Bnttftna 



-hiu'* (rcsn this rum. whiob has 
been wted by Oapltal llieatre fans 
ar, one of the most oapttvatlng of 
the sea&on John Rairon. Jack 
Oakle, Ned Sparks and JOaspb Haw- 
thora sMpport MSh nnmpemi 



DOMINION 
TUEATRK 



Purther lorwaMl ateps for the 

^ Alert coming drive for the sum of 160.000 

a?, toltM the form^i of^nlng of Victorians share in the erection 
the new school bulldtog recently 



of a •110.000 fireproof building for 
the blind of BrliJh Columbia, were 
Ukeii at a ipeclal luncheon meeting, 
held ye.nerday In DsvUl Bp SBB Sf S 
private dllilng-room. 
Sixty persona were deputise.. 
«4»i i» tM .tmrf thM w be responsible .of five 

wotddjtod It possible to attend the ,^ortwrs. Bach worker wUl be given 

a ord with the names of fw«nv 
dtUens. who wUl be approached 
In glvtog ber report Of the Do- for fuau during the week ot Novem- 



ereotad. by the Department of In- 
dian Affairs, Ottawa, on BsAurday, 

November 3. at 8 pim. 

Mm. Dktkson e aiM e as ed the hope 
that some memben of the board 



KBPDBT OM MBBTINO 



minlnn annual meeting, held in 
Montreal this month. Mrs. Dickson 
(xpreifved regret thst she, alone, had 
been able to repreftent Columbia 
W A-. and to profit by the feast of 
good things provided. 

Addreftsen, aermotis and meetlngd 
were ell of », high urdT and mfiny 
outstanding .-.peftkers were heard. 
One notable mijwlanary. Miss Arch- 



ber November a was set as the 
date for a final organlsaUoo meet- 
ing to the Ohamber of Oommsrce 
Auditorium, when afl varfesrs wUl be 

In attendance. 
Committee rooms, situated on 

Broad Stj-eet, clow to View Street, 
will be opened next week, and will 
be occupied by a number nf volun- 
teer lady workers. Ye-iterday Mr, 



Katherine Francis' 
acting to "OentlamcD 
of tba PnsB" and "Tbe 
Coffoannt^ won ber a oootraot with 
Panmount before ahe went to 
Holtyvoed to oonttouo her plcuire- 
mskktog oaraer. "Oentlemen of the 
PrSH" waa ber fliat moving pic- 
ture and her part In the Marx 
Brothers* screen musical comedy, 
"The Cocoanuui," which will *how 
at the Dominion nieatre for the 
last times today. Immediately fol- 
lowed. 



er, who has worked for thirty-one pred Landsberg. campaign chaL-- 
yearsJn Japan, waa beard with deep man. Mayor Herbert Anscom-. Mr 



totertot. as was Ven. Arehdeacon 
Paul, who was one of the speakers 
at tbft missionary meeting. 

A famUlar figure waa absent for 
the first time smce the W A. wsl-i 
formed. Mrs, WUloughby Cummmga. 
D.C.L.. whose health forbade her 
attendance, much Xt* her own deep 
regrpt and the dlARppolnLment of 
her Ufe-Iong friends. Tlie announce- 
ment that Mrs- Ferrabee fel' her- 



Menu O. Roblneon. western supei - 
tolandent of the Canadian NaUonai 
inamute for the QUntf. and Mr. H 
T RavsnbUl were among tbs mask- 
ers at the tonebaon. 



MUST SHOW CAUSE 



TORONTO, Oct 28 — Chief Jus- 
tice R. M. Meredith today granted 



self unable, through failing health, an aiwllcation for an order com- 
to conUnue to hold bar posftkm aa pelltog Msgiitnitr e. Jones, of To- 
Dominlon president cast a gloom tonta to ftt ow .ause fdr the 000- 
over the ckwlng hours of the snnual vicUon of Becky Buhay, 



arrested 

diirlng one of the attempted com- 
iniml."'t mf-ellngp tn the central ?ec- 
ttnn nf thf MIm Buhay Is the 

communist candidate for East 
Windsor to the forthoomtoc On- 
tario lelaotton. On oonvtotlon. Miss 
Buhay was ftoed 190. 



meeUng. 

Mrs. Dickson paid high tribute (o 
the splendid work carried on by tV.' 
Dominion e.^"r>it:ve, In whav hand.1. 

stif '.nM, It, -v^i.', 5s1f In leave tbe 
Kreiv, work that is being done by 

■he wnnien of the ChUTCh of Bng- ^ 

''SiJii rfw^fT wu iiMB^iinil at Th« Sister— Capum RandaU pro- 
uJ^itoTSd^mSoSSSSlw P0«» ;n Uil. letter I wonder if he 
and^ml^l^ work was planned r"*lIyIovea me-he 
tor t/wyMT ahead. » '"^^ 

^chSdi^en of the united [ TJjBiotiwr-Oh 
States were ably represented by j ne ooesi 
Mrs Page, of Maine, wlio expressed , 
herself as amaxed at the growth of 



pretty china dish, being won by 
Mn. Ooidan Cook. Mr. Bafcer won 

the gentleman's prise and Mrs. 
Turner, who aubsMtuted for a man. 
was given the gentlemen's consola- 
tion prise. Refrenhmenls were served 
by Mesdames C. Gave. J. Cook and 
D. Murray. 

• • * 
A sUvcr tea and shower Is an- 

Dounead Cor the Oak Bay United 
Oburoh on Friday. November 1 . 
from 3 to 6 o'clock Material* for 
the baaaar wUl be ooatributed, 




GEORGINA 



i 



INFORMAL SHOES ... for you, for all 
oBBBslfMu ... to h e m s tif y yonr feet . 
gMag them graeefnl propottUmmU IfaM. 

Scmibly priced, tfiry nrr OMTVeloU VbIm* !■ 
fool buuty nnd frpcdom, ^ 

A telecUon of mmlrin arp here . « * fak JOW 
*^>n • • nwniting your choice. 

.We fpeciallae Is /Mnf SoMrt Shoet peprertfy. 

Munday's 

Betltf Fitting SIiom 



Sayward Bldg. 




A QLACMPOaO 



Cbewelnae WAA. 

The member?! nf the Women's 
Benefit Asaorimiun hrid ihe first of 
a Mrleri of curd partiea uii Wednes- 
day evening in the Knighu of 
Pythias Hall. Chemalnus There were, the Canadian auxiliary, 
seven ubles In pii*. 'I"he ladles' 1 The financial department, under 
prise was won by Mrs. c. Watts, of the guidnnre of Mrs. Donaldson, had 
Ladysmlth, who carried off a large ■nti fa-iory results to show, and, 
bath towel, the oonaolaUon prlae, a thankft to her abta handling of the 

situation, the big question of the 
united thankoffertng fund was very 
eaUsfaotorlty arranged. This year 
the budget total* 1250.000. and It Is 
esUmated thst the W A Tabie 67 
per cent of the niL^alonary obllKs- 
llnns of the church Tlie Jubilee 
fund 1.1 slowly gathering In fundfi 
which by 1938. it Is hoped will 
amount to S-ICOOO. The Hplendld 
work of the Dorcas department was 
outlined by Mrs. Dlckion; aleo the 
work of the glrU'. Jtmtors' and 
boys' departments, and the placing 
of mISBlostarloa to tba various fields, 
both at home and to torelgn lands. 
A heariy vota of thanks was passed 
by the meeting to Mrs. Dickson for 
her most Interesting report and was 
conveyed to her by Mrs. Belson, ' 
first vice-president, who waa to ths 
chair during the sessions 

DBAN GIVES ADDRKSS 
Very Rev Dean QuaJntun read 
(he noon-hour prayer*, and gave an 
addrewi on ihe Jerusalem Confer- 
ence which he dealt with to hlS 

usual lucid and instructive Style. 

The meeting heard with regret ot 
the Ulnesa of Miss Basam, and let- 
tsn of sympathy were sent also to 
IM. Oteenway end Mrs. F. K. Pbtt. 
fAo were also laid by. 

Mlm OeoTfle CheckJey, eoelai 
■ervlre MK-re(*ry. wa.* given a warm 
**->-'-';nf upon her return from P^m- 
land Mrs Christie. Dorrii.« wrr- 
tar>', was also welcomed hnr\ aii'1 
Mrs. WslMng. nt NUucara. was a 

MIS( KI.I.ANEOlfK 
Mr* Hentherbell reported that 
over 31)0 Kueittd had attended the 
Qta given In the gymnasium foUow- 
b^ the consecration of the nave of 
Christ Church Oalbsdral «a Bep- 
iomber 3S. 

The book stall at tba toaey tktr 
at the Oryitai Garden taraaglil to 
gio.78 to the mds of the Y.W.C.A. 

An appeal tan Ota Uieal cmm- 
dl of Women to htip at lu rummage 
to be held on November Ifl 
brought In: also from the oirU' 
Prteodly Society for patronaae of 
U.I hrme-cooklng fttall on November 
2 S' John * gtrlii W A bmnch will 
hold a basas,r nn Wnineaday at 
7:90 p.m. to the hi' IrooOL Bt 
Mary's WJk. evenltig branch will 

hoM lu annual sale of work on 
Saturday afternoon. Nbvember a, to 
St. Msoli Han. Bt Jvtm% Junior 
WJt. «n beM a baaaar on Tbura- 

day evening Hnvrrnhrr 14 !*t 
Lukes', Cedar Hill bajanr Till be 
held on November 19 a' l pm The 
united W.A. branehej of <"^rt«t 
Church Cathedral will hold their 
basaar on November X) fit Barna- 
bas' Chrt'tma-" -nte -a-nrx will be 
hSU on NM.'-n 



-he's only known me 



Then perhaps 



COLISEUM Music from s full mll- 
THBATRB lUry band, accom- 
panied by the sound of 
hundreds of mardklng feet, \^ one of 
the features of the Sound picture, 
,••^1* ShopwcKH Angel, the new 
Nancy Carroll-Gary Cooper ro-fea- 
turinif picture, which will show at 
the CollAcuin Theatre for the last 
times today. 

twentyWf mftT \re 
executed by soviet 

KRASMODAR. Russia, Oct 3S ~ 
Twenty-one men described as ban- 
dits and counter- revolutionists, 
were executed here today (or sub- 
vprslve activities agnlnst the Oov- 
rrninent. robbing the countryside 
and terrorizing the population- 
It wa.^ bille^d that the organlu- 
tion. which was headed by s man 
named SavitSky. matotalned a jtfant 
for forging dooumento and pomsmsd 
arms and ammunlUui. tt was fur- 
ther charged that Just before their 
arrests they were In the art of re- 
cruiting uddi'.lonal niTiihers to ex- 
tend their terroristic artlvltles 

A number of additlot.al defend- 
ants were sentenced to varying 
terms of touts IsoBmant. 



,^t .i ii.i„h<-on iieid yesterday to 

[he board room ol the Chamtwr ol 
Conunerce. the TDurl.s: Trade t.iniip 
consioered plans tor Winler filler- 
Ulnnienii In UU.s tU\ 
At the uivlUllun Mr. c P. Hill, 

chairman of the rroup, Mr, A. B. 
CowU^w told of arrangements 
made for the Wtoler season at tne 
Crystal Oarden. The Oo-OpClmist 

Comedy Company, he .■wld. whim 
had given a series of entertain- 
ments for the past three sea.'ion^. 
would reopen on Tuesday, Novt-nioer 
6. with a play entitled "Angel in the 
Home " Having arranged with Mr 
A. Legge-wmis that the dlfflculUes 
of past years, arising from the ml*- 
casUng of Juvenile paru. should be 
overeone, the speaker felt that 
there wai a gucoessfttl ssaaon abeod, 
and tiad alto Siiaiipsil for ttw pop- 
ular danea to ba hdd on Monday 
nights during the coming season. 

As a more serious side to toe 
Crystal Oarden programme," con- 
tinued the speaker," I have made 
arrangement,-! with Major Buhock- 
Webster, o( Uie B C. Dramatic 
Schol. to produce a ceruin number 
of entertainments," 

Publicity Commit loner Oeorge I 
Warren waa afraid '.im: :he Tues- 
day night enterumnieau would 
conlUet vltb the rsfular hookey 
nights, but Mr. Oowllshaw reptied 
that to that ease, tbara spookl b« 
no dlfbcul^ about cAancbic tb» 
entertainments from Tuesdays to 
Mondaya 

Upon a motion of Mr. W. Btnuth 



"Old you cancel all my soms- 
ments. as I told you« Bmltbenr' 

"To^. but Lady MUllpent dittnl 
take It vary well. She aays yon tisra 
to marry har next Uontear-" 



DOMINION 



LAST T1M£S 
TMAVr 




JNTMC 



^UtTALKING 

Musical 



l^oANun 



COMBDY MiT/ 



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PETiTioyfn js 

GI VEN D IVORCE 

Mr. Justice Murphy, to the Su- 
preme Court here yestnday.^granted 
Sadie Paula Wltherow, of Jordan 
River, a decree absolute of divorce 
from Sydney Joseph Wltherow, of 
Port Renfrew Tlie couple were 
miirrled at Victoria on August 28, 
:'ji7 Mr (Jcrald H. Sedger ap- 
peared as counsel for the petitioner 
to the midcf sndad ooort aettan. 



The Daily Cross- Word Puzzle 




CAPITOL 

AIX^S WtBX 

A JiT-flnS an-VWklaa Oaowdr-Drama 
With UltlM Banss sn« Ifttodlaai 

"Street Girl" 

lOO^'c Song I Dancing I and 
Talking SdnaatloD t 

Betty GoapMB 

Jack Oakie — Ned Sparks 
Amhiexn'a Cocoanut 
Grove Orchestra 

And 

40 Mate Voices 

AOOSD SmaOTlONBI 

Sea aa4 Bear the AU-TiOd^ 

Comedy 

"The Old Barn" 

A mot W Lmitfia 
PsraawB&t 8<nsBd Ngwv 



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All Next WrrW 

AL.J0LS0r>j 

to "SAY IT WITH SONGS' 



The Regtosld Hincks Company 
Presents 

"FAUST" 

Oft lha B«i«ca$ 
John Harron and^ Uti Lee 

"Tht Man ti Hobbles' 

FOX NliWS COMEDY 
VBLIX THS CAT 

PLAYHOUSE 



Ttt. OselM lltMtrt tavltn Uia J. War- 
n«ck. 2tn 8«lMiMt Amm». and t«« 
frlnid. e( ber own ehnlc.. to b* tta tuuia 
aar dsr Uili «»*k Pif>t« dvUrti thii 
(OUIMn and pMMii : 'o cftililvr A Nw 
Mam* Pvrrr M*TBlAf. WsWh f«r VMr«1 



LABT miBS TODAY 

Noil MtM Mi liM EUif 

THE WINGED 
HORSEMAN' 

C mm a Q Qgwa M the Mbit 

COLUMBIA 




Popular Dance 
Every Monday 

25c 

Monday, Tuesday and Frlds> 
are now popular dance nlglUs 
■very Monday. "Learn to 
Swim" Day, admlsston 3So. Suit 
and tonal irarlM 

Crystal 
Garden 



1203 Douglas St 



ACROSS 
I Bvergrctna, 

5. Sift. 
S. Before 
10. Eternity. 

it. At right an«las to the Una ol a 

veeeel's kasl. 
IS. Wbsrs Sattt rat. 
IS. lassnl. 

IS. An Arab klngikitoi 
IS, nmale sheap^ 
30. Likewise. 

23. Prefix; bliO. 
33 Raised. 

24. New Enaland SUte <ab.>. 
28 Collegiate dejree 'ah i 

37. Proceed. 

M Kpanl-ih definite sriicle 
33 Mornlntf Ub>>. 
24 Bird. 
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Bn^toyad. 

Tbrbtvb the agcney ot 
Poeeestf ve pranaua. 
44. iMBA that has bssa tUM. 
41. Pu^ Of the foot. 

47. 

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1. Opsn^qmu*. 
X Itoqstna 
a. ISotoMs period. 
4. PrefU: bait 

.1 Hunt ten 

A ine<-trUtoS pasHde. 

P.nlnher 



1 hrrr vn* n deliyhtf ill dLvpIsv of 

^ ^ io^tly dreassd^ dolls otoibttod at the) u. Babylonian deUy 



DOWN 

14 Be In debt 
17. Prefix; agato. 
IS. tndeOntte artlels. 
31. WBd rsvatiy. 

as. Bvmtoc aassmbly lior dancing 
as. BHiL 

as. Htekory nut. BngUsh watout. or 
similar fratt. 

30 Eolith Amntoen afty. 

31 Adjoins. 

33. Like 
33 Myself. 

35 Separata fBOto. 

34. A cohw. 
Wlasww (or oalilg, 

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Last Times Today — Nsncy Carroll and Gary Cooper 

^he Shopworn Angel" 

A Romamic Lfva Slory of a Yoont $olM 

Mstiaee Every Day, I : JO-' A II .Seals 
Evening, Doori <_>f>en at A JO Picture, 6:4S 
.\dmi»non. SB*. aS^. tOf Comc Earl 

NEXT WKSK-THB OBtBKT SONG" 
ALSO TOBY LSITCH" 



COMSEUM 




aU^ Skating 



Seisofl Opens Saturday Night 
iMwafeMr 2 al lElS MaiiaiaiSae 



•AVK MONkY. BOY ftEASON TlCKBTt 



Late an4 Sdtool Yoath 110 

OfMrer 



Gents. 

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LA^It Is 



SO 



SAFETY CAB COMPANY 



New Dodfv and Bnkk can Bltti 
charging 2Sc Arsi ssQa, MB aaA 
Um prka ol oae^ 

742 YATES STRBBT 



PKONB saoo 



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THE DAILY COLOKIST. VICTORIA. B C SATURDAY f u i . r I 



Social and Person 



Personal$^ Parties 
ViiUon> 



\t Art CiblMUM 
Aitiotiit thoae Been mt tbe Arts moA 

:ttft7i Fixtiibitlon yrawriter mre: 
,frn p Pfpia, ms.'. Raper. Mrs. 
i"<ip,nii Mrs 8 A H^'iirh, Mr. and 
AitaniMiii, M !•■■■■ .SiH-ii.'T, Mrs. 
, ' R JoiiL-R Mn. Li I'' Pcntt, Mr. 
i Muxr»v. >ft&5 PDoley, Mlu J. 
'ora«^Mr. maa un. M. Brldfe- 
!)an.. Jfr -fl. Bnm. Mte Davey. 

w W<M0w»nl Un. ttftvor, Mn. 
y Olcwigttteun. 1^ Vnrf Iftrm. ft. 
r». Btmrftrd. Mlu M. Rmtltoii. Mn. 

MethlcMtii Mrr* T'>!rnlf Mrs F. 
'.NU Mii]..r <■ Hnhi^v, Mrs W, P. 
ViUk(M Via AlUin, .Mr. Vibert, 
frrrl:*' ('Apia:!! .ui.1 Mrs 
imipc it.nir>bl<', Mrs F niibb,irrt 
M 1 ,) N<it[- *, Mi-., H' -Afli Mr'. 
• 'K'lt, Mr.s, Edwarilcs, Mr-- Find 
V, On)*. Mr Bin-, MlM oiga 
iAir. Mr. C. N. Dimlrlls, Major C. 

and Mra. Hfty, MIm O. NmrUm. 
Irs. d« BraOcny, Ute J. Onue. 
lis. X OterM. UlM M. Bmiter. Mn 
Ortflths. Ura. L. Dftvla, Mrs. a 
. Taylor. The t«a hostcu was Mr5 
Encledue. uaUted by Mm. 
:le«rUuM. Mlu Miriam Pmloocr aod 

• • ■ 
^akaa Part In rUy 

Mr Kennplh Hu-'oslt, son of Mr. 
iid Mrs A H H.*;'.!^- k of Victoria, 
iow a BtutlPiit of draniA at the Corn- 



lliiih.l«t Party 

\ .l<-::^hi!ul party wai iMttt M 
W. dm Miiiv f'Vfiiinjt 1*' ih'' home of 
Mr ii n.t M i Hrwe Rri tA 1 1 Karl 
OfPy airtPt. Ui hutior of Mr, A 
SuUlvan. Oamc-fl nrul d<tii<'<ii^ ^..^re 
•Qjoytd during the eveiiuig, niter 
which a huffet supper was aerved- 
The lovitod fuceu Included Mra. 
BuaUcw Ardan and Master Richard 
Arden. of Shhtey. B^.r Mr. and 
Mrs Ken MaeMiUaB. Mr. JUM Mra. 
Edward OetUe. Mr. Robart -OeCtte 
and Mr. Ronald StoMa. 

Badal Plaraed 

The Ral]ow(k' 
eoclal. spoosored by ii\c chou ot 
Oak Jtagr thutad Church. U aohad- 
ulad fer thundagr nKhi. It ta to 
be a protranukM of amprlMB. The 
Young Peopled Bodifiy niane tUa 
waefc wttb tha geoaral faatore on 
Thnnday. ttwtaad of Mooday. 

OMrmtc llalloHrVn 

The young people oi ihf mcw 
Thought Temple (the Nr n A^r 
Bl^ ClaM) wlU celebrate HaJlow- 
e%a. OoCobar li» vttli a eoelal f roUe. 
The aoolal conunlttee eHeada a 
cordial invlin- i ' nit 

To H»il for I'liKUnd 

M; Mr.-. A E .). t.-iiiston. Of 

HojiK Kong, who iiavi- iAi'u staying; 
at the Oak Bay Hott'i Art- joAving 
today for Montnal. whence they 
wUl aaU CO ttw Diwhegg at AtboU 
for Brnlanrt 

• • • 
V9 HaM ■lililiptlw 

Mni Norman Whlttaker. formerly 



Youthful Model by Jenny 



h School, H'^AlU''. La appearing with ' MIaa Owpn UUlls, uiU rvcmife for the 



f\r»t Uirw Bine* hrr niarrlace on 

Tu«i<lfl>-, (VLobw 29, from 3 to 8 

p.m. at the home of tar mottier, 
Mn. J. O. OUUf. «lt lAuata JUmm. 



After etModinf the jMwt two ivarta 
vliltlni Meoda tn Vanooorar. MliiT 



DufTy Pla.vt-r i at the President 
.'hpat-re. Seattle In Ihe pri.>diii:tlnii 
r "Tlie Trial of Mary Du«an. • He 
akea the part of a reporter, and U 
nr ot a amaU froup of Comlah 
lavers choaen to take part. Ha li 
!•>> busy reheanUng with the Com- 

!i Players for their forthcomlnff, — . . 

riducUon of Martinet Sierra's Rclen Oolpman haa retunotad to taMT 
UUy NIcht," to be given la the .home an Rlc^nnoiul AQa4> • 

'naaWiTliiiatTe tn Dec i laiMk ' - — 

• ■ ■ 

rom Calgary 

Mr A A. McOUlvray, KC. la 
arriving tdklay from Calgary, to join 
III wife, who ts a guest at the Oak 
Say KotaL 



, f I HOTEL 

OAK My (VICTOHIa) B.C 




Prom Vanoouver 

Mr. and Mrs. A. B. 
wUI arrive today to vlitt Mr. Joittaa 
M. A. Merdnnald and Mka. Mae- 
donald, Fftlrfleld Road. 

Party for Vliiitor 

Mrs Suiart Robrrtaon entertalnrd 
with brldfce on Thursday •evening in 
tionor o< Mrs. J. Cockbum, of 
Honolulu. 



Gel «^va V It' ' 
Carrs a;i ] .^I■■^u■ 



d ...nicitic 



PeMeiil Uriator 



«■ our gbeet 

Eoioy tbe artiatie coloar 
■chcmea. different ia aacb 
tbe large 

Log FItm 

in the pubHc rooma; the tiled 
gratea In the prfvale luitea. 

m %»* B«Ub M !•* u 
lMl»aimc iat«« »«rfMUF 
ear. 



YOU! 



the DoufUi much 
idM^ Kbinforteble and let% 

Upeniive than a tmardin,^ 

honael Sieanv heat. ati-l 
coW watf r, l.DcIit cleitnc 
IirIiIs. tclcphoue iu every 
r<.'>rti. Come t^iotky an'i 
let ui tell you about riur 

WINTER 



lass 



Hotel DOUCIAS 



Sayward Personab 

Mr. and bin. O. o. LeMk ratumed 
to Saywand on Saturday after a trip 
to Vancoorer. Victoria and Seattle 
« • > 

MUs Margarrt Davlej arrived on 
Saturday from Vancouver, where .-ihe 
had beMi on a vi.tii, siie was ac- 
companied by her oouisln. MlM Una 
Ooldspur. of Vancouver. 

• ■ • 

Mn. B. Whlttakir. of Vaaeouver, 
ij vtalUas IB Birward. and ig the 
gueit Of Mr. and Mn. J. Bhearar. 

• • • 
Mr: D. MeDooald and Mr. H. Mc- 
Quillan are burineu vtsfton In the 
Valley at prt- t n- urMnc aarly 
Stmday mominK ir'-m Vanoouver 

South Pender. Saturna 

Mr^ Spaldlni;. Jr 1.* the guest of 
her brother, Mr. T. BeUhouee, Oall- 
•no Island. 

Mr. and Mi|. W*T. Wm In thehr 
boat, the Sotander. visited South 

Pender on Sundny. 




CIMPLICITY lit the keynote of thii youthful model by Jenny in 
*^ ''"l wti'te crepe wi:n of Bemberg. featuring the Eton jacket 

natuf-il waistline And dtaped skirt The frock was ahown 

at a recent atyle revue of Paris gowns m M r I hratre Modems. New 

York.— Photograph by Lockhart. New York. 

Lake Cowichan New? ISidney Social News 



Mr. SpHkltni. jr„ retvmad from 
Vancouver on MonAQ'^ 

Galiano Island Socials 

Mr and Mn. H. ^wldlng. of Pen- 
der Island, are rldtlAc the Fbrm 
Houaa Ian as goaitB of Un. BeU- 
house and Mr. L. T. maihOMa. 

Mr. W. Mntar HlgBg hu left for 

Victoria. 



PhMft MOO 



ENGLISH PRAMS 



nuitt iih« • ear 
Nov londota loW 
imrffTiluna bodr. 
Mounted nrt rradle 
I P r I n • t. kbork 
BbMTfttrs a a d 
c niblaB Ufssi 
iinaml fl>eka 

■diiixaUS 

cr!iui.'>id baatiM. 

tftim 



Standard Furnitare 




" ' * '"" n OF KnntNKAor* 

Blankets 
Washed 
the NEW 

wiy 

TiM Utait 
wMntttlc r ' 
o»H rtfairiii 

ti 

■,.,ft f 

Economy 






Mr and Mrs B L Piatr . \ 
lorlft, ;,pe(il a few (il^y^ a-- fl.r K'li'":' 
of the Riverside, when thcv .-jjiMit 
the time fishing and vlsitint: ihelr 
many mends. Mr. and Mrs. Piatt 
werp the pnprletan of the Rlver- 
Bide Inn untO July when tbay aold 
to Mr N Thomas, of "ni^taKK 

Mr. T. Sallow ay spent tbe week- 
end In Victoria. 

Mr. ant Mn"^ 8.*Oorle, of McDon- 
atd-Morphyt Oamp, had as ttwir 
loaila tat the week-end MT. H. Me* 
OonaU and Mr. j, Oorle, of VIetoria. 

• • . 

On Wednesday ai ' em. ->ii the 
Bridge Club met at the home of its 
president. Mrs. K. Hemmln8.<«en, 
when elub memt>en and past mem- 
bers mat In honor of Mrs Pr&nk 
Plnnuner, a past member, who Is 
leaving shortly to reside at Youbou. 
A most en)oyatal« afternoon was 
iqwni when four Ubles of bridge 
were in play. Mn. Stanley Gordon 
was the winner of the first prlae. 
while Mr.t. Sidney Carreck was 
■ warded tlie prir.e for guesslng near- 
eii. Die (ntai M-orr of the afternoon's 
piny. During tlie i^enlng of refreah- 
ments Mrs HniinimK.'.ef. preR^nted 
M n. Plu nuner with a ^niall ylft and 
"xpressed the club's rotrret m lonitiK 
>ne of Its members, wishing her 
Uw best of wishes In her future 
home. Mrs. nummer thanked the 
mambeii fer thair |ttl and Und 
words. 

* « • 

M t >; 8 ("i or 1 f had as her gucet 
Mrft. J. Russel Fox, o( Victoria. 

Mr. and Mra. R. L. Healy. of Van- 
couver, have been spendhif a tew 
days nsltlng Mr. and Mn. Oeorie 
StaUy. lAler, acoBttpanlad by 
Si«r. ttHBT TWtadVlotarla. 

Mn. M. Klsslck. of Vanoeuvar. Is 
visiting her daughter and gaft-ta~ 
law, Mr. and Mrs. Nanniii ttensc 
of tba Riverside Inn. 

nmea staying at 'thr Rivenlde 
Inn over the week-end were: Cap- 
tain Tapley, Mr Ro»)ert Bumf, Dr 
J. B, Hunter. Master Bruce Hunter 
Dr. and Mrs. W F FYai.er. Mr and 
Mrs. Bunyard. Ml.« C. B MrDnnald 
an at VlctflTla; Mrs WlllUm Ing- 
ham, of Kansas city; Mr. Fred W. 
mcham, of Kansas city; Mr. a. O. 
Davenport, of Montreal: Mr. R. P. 
Schneider, of Vancouver. 

Successful Party 

Hie brblge and mliitary nve hun- 
dred party anangad by the WeUar* 
AsBodatkn of Bt Lmds CoUcge was 
held In tlM K. of O. Ball on Wed- 
nesday evening, when tblrty-two 
table* were In play and a laitte 
number of Interested friends came 
In later for supper. There were 
numerous tomlmla prizes, be.'vldes 
the bridge and five hundred The 
conveners or this enlertalnmen*. 
the proceeds of which will be de- 
voted to the malntensnrc fund of 
St. Louis College, were Mrs. J. L 
ThottpBOD. NbB. W. R. Pleteher." 
Mn K. T. Hughes and Mn I. o. 
Trudel. 



Mr and Mrs, C, Taylor and fam- 
; I V Mil ;i I .V, r shortly from Third 
Street to thetr new home recently 
purchaaad from Mr Daniels. 

Mn. Daniels and'MlsB Oladv. 
Danlebi wkfll leave shortly to make 
their home In Victoria. 

* * ' I 

Mr R. H. Robln.<ion. who has been 
spending the past week at the home 
of h^^ daughter. Mrs H O. Home- 
■axk) Amelia Avenue, left on fiun- 
duy lur his home tn Vancouver. 

I Mr. smmj M0tiaa;*wlio has been 
spending the past two months here 
as the guest of his aunt. Mn. K. O. 
Homewood. Amelia Avanutw laft on 
anaay tar hig hooa In M AUee. 

ifir. and'Blin.'irwln and son 
IJmath Street, left mi Monday for 
Ro^ Point. East Book*, where 
they will in future icilde. 

Mr! WUltam May has nlumed 
heme after spendliM the paet week 
with fnenttt and reMINla In Van- 
couver. 

■ « « 

Mr. and Mrs j j whii*. Second 
Stoaet, are spending a three weeks' 
VBCaaon at KlUamey Lake. 

> • • 

Mrt Chteery, of Vancouver. U v|j- 
Klng ar the home of her daughter. 
• • ■ 

Tlie ihird of a 5.erlejt of regular 
old-time dances will be held under 
the auspices ot the Sidney old-Tlme 
Olub CO Baturday evening in the 
Deep Oora Bodal Club Hall Theac 
danoas are dafly growing in favor 



I Fas h 



Fashion Fancies 



Colwood Personal 

Mr. R. W. Roblnaon left on 
"^Wtaay far Vancouver t.o meet 
Mrs. ^fiWn eoB. and son Kenneth, 
who aaa nrtmiBB bmm after an 
•atanded vIsR le nilatives in fiig- 
lend. 





oitt|iann, 

INCORPORATCD 2?" MAY 1670. 




Utht, 6torej at fVmmptg, Yirkloa, 5aabvbwi. EimotifM. C«Ef«v. LMtidft. N^Umi, Vm 

Men's Quality Clothes 



Smokers' Specials 
for Today 

K<>)jt] George Smoking Miature. 
\ mild and mallow pipe lobaceo. 
' >-Ib. tins. reguUr 9IJS, 
N^eial Cinretie Caiea with color 
racinfy. RcBOtar 50c at S9^ 

Oarcava .Fabatela Cigars. Only 
a few boxes left. Regular SJ.OO 
box of 25. Special at $2.00 

Extra Special Smoking Tobacco. 
Cool and fragrant, i l-12th-lh. 
padteu. Kegnbir 12<^c at tB^ 

l-3rd*lb. fina Regular 45c at, 

per tin ™i 40^ 



Unpainted Tables 
and Chairs 

To meet the present vogue 
for "paiDtingr your own" 
breakfast-roOm furniliire wc 
are showing many attractive 
design!! in ttnpatntc^ tables 
and ciuirs. 

Unpaintad Tables 
>^ire M X 36 inches when open, 
<:rnp-lea( tiylc with turned legs 
.ii'i moulded edges. Priced at. 

I. „ ...B6.SO 

Si/e .If) ji 43 inches. Orop-teaf 

style. Price, each - fT.BS 

Site Jo X 58 inches when open. 
L.aree uhles in very neat design 
mth^idMpread legs and mouUj^ 

Unpelnted Chain 

TMain design with double 
■.trrfclier* and spindle hacks. 
I'rrcr, earh Bl.lO 

llou Rack Chairs, unfinished, 
•■□lid teats, bow backs anrt 
douhle sireichrrs. Priced at, 

each ... fl.ao 

S'.irrow Back ( hairs in the un- 
Jmi.*hcd \ Ktxy shapely 
■.hair in scrni-W indsor stvle. 
Price, each SLBB 

\\ mdsor Chfirs, unfiniihr.l, witii 
how backs, wide spread V^,', ^t) ! 
deeply shaped seats. 'v-V \>A\\ir:\ 

larlv attTArtive dcstfiti I r n ^ 
cadi .„ _ _ f 2.SS 

--FwBtliPlBOC'HBC 

Special Sale of . 
China Tea Sets 

XegBlar flCtS far fW 

Four pretty patterns from which 
t ' i-hoose in dainty floral and 
paru'l effects in blue, green and 
pink coloring^. EachHsei consists 
ot six lescops and saucers, nix 
tea plates, one te^ot, one sugar 
and one cream. Special Price 
at „ SS.Of 

Three-Piece Seta at 95c 

Fir)e china with pretty floral 
decoraiion*. One teapot, one 
sugar and one cream. Complete 
for 

China Berry Sets at t5c 

Pretty lustre effects in dainty 
fniii and scene designs. One fruit 
bowl and sia. smair dishes com- 



Regular $30.00, $35.00, $4aOO 
and $45.00 

SUITS 

Selected From Our Regular Stocks and 
Specially Priced for Today's Selling at 

27.50 

This ^T.-iip includes Tuxedos. Blue Serges. Saxonys, 
Twists and Fancy Weaves. The models are wW good* 
styles but odd garments. Sizes 36 to 4C and assorted 
types. 



plete £pr,._«..-. ^___.R5f 



The "Legaqr" 

A New Sltverwsre Prodacllon 
by 1S47 Roger* Broa. 

Wo are infrmlnritiK (lie newest 
pattern in IM; Rri^rr"' Bro-.. 
Silverware — thr I^ruai > ' -a 
perfectly plain pattern wuh ju«t 
.1 sliginly raised edji*- - il>c 
nioHejn note is iriven t.\ tl'c 
•■liiiii or pUlmum fiiinh enhsnc 
ing tlie quality of the ^ervice- 

riita comes in the popular 
Pieces uf night" Tray. SSl.SS 

The Duo-Service Tray for six 
people at _ S30.SB 

.M»o in stsple pieces. 

Dinner and Dessert Stainless 
Knives, per doren 9SO.OO 

Dinner and Dessert Stainless 

Porbs. per doaan flT.OO 

Dessert or Soap Spoons, s»«r 

doxen ...... .....^^.-...^^IT^OO 

Teaspoons or Coffee Spans, ocr 

doren ^_„liiiJ5» 

Cold Meat Forks, each.. 

Herrv Spoons, each-^. 94.00 

--uuar SlirlU. esch 91.M 

Butter Knives, each... 

And acmal other pieces. 

noflTpMBO 





"Hiidsonia" Overcoats 

Nettf Winter Styles! 

A Marvel of 4^ ^ 

Value at mm M adw 

Offentififynn the iitintist in Overcoat value. Tailored 
frMin rCiiKlisIt rl..t]is to our .specifications «ind in 
models designed specially for this company. 

Blues^Twecds — Fancy Overcherk^; 

noor.HBC 



"Viking" Fine Wool 
Combinations for Men 

A superior English Underwear in a cream 
shade, light in weight but snfficientlv 
warm for Fill and Winter wear, M.i.ie 
with lunp sleeves and ankle length \li 
ffizea 30 to 44, Per aiut .^.^50 

-4tbfaJloor;HftG 

A Serviceable Winter Boot 
for Men 

With uppcr.^ cnn!«tnictcd from heavy 
chrome calf and two full double soles of 
solid leather, these boot* will withstand 
the hardest wear during the Winter 
months. They are made in the Blurher 
style yiiH .irr obtainable 111 »iMS 6 t,, II 
Price, per pair f5.85 

Floor, HBC 
X 



Men's Hats 

Look at your hat- everyone else Hoc^' 
Prohablv \oii wtll rcaliic that it * sonic 
wliai ^h,,i.i.v r^pccially when worn with 
your nqiw Winter suit or topcoat, r.ri 
a new one now at the beginning uf the 



The New Velours 

l«''*'c"**'"ly »ni"rt in the ru w nnishrootn 



and light grey shades. They are silk ltne<l 
fit to perfection 

Brock Hats 



and 



arc shown in the newest shapes and sha>!e' 
for Fall and Winter. There are thr , 

narrow brims, the more draplr ^lup I. 

and the ever popiiLir ir<|nr.i-i »0..'»<i 

The Black Derby 
IS the smarl hat for drc** wear U> p 
showing the very newest «hape* bv Meiif> 
Heath, London, as well a^ the l.r«t >' .< 
mtk tit , ^ iOO. OO.OO is: MM 

—Main Floor, H B C 



Aliminum Cooking 
Utensils 



With Ouco-Finiahad Colored Wood 
Handloa and Xnoba 

AU Ono 

Price 



95c 



a 

An ever-popular feature o( aluminum- 
ware has been its bright and cheerful ap- 
pearance. This IS now much enh,inccrl hy 
the gay colored hau.llcs ^nii knob*. W'ha't 
Color will vou have predominating in 
YOUR kitchen? In this assortment are : 

3-Ouan Percolators 

^Ouyrt Doable Boil- 
ers 

fl-Uuart Dairy Pails 
10' J Quart Round 
Roasters 

5-Quart Convta 
Ssueepans 



More 95c Bargains in 
Hardware 



86e 

95c 



U-Qiiart Rnnn-I Huh- 
pans 

Flat Biscuit Pans 

Sets of Three Sauce- 
pans^l, 2 and J 
quarts. 

6>0nar( Potato Pols 
Special, each, at MM 

—TM Floor, MBe 



Nickel-Plated Alarm Clocks, plsio 
disi style and good timekeepers 

Enamel Teapots In Rrown Betty iiy 
green and blur willnw design; 5 an-l 
6-cup stee. Special, each 

White Wicker Clothes Baskets, oval sli.,- 
medittm sise. Special, 95C 

U-Quart Flare Shape OaHafdaad Water Pails, 
extra heavy quallly. 

Hach „ aOC 

imperial Clear Crysulitc BolUiW 
^ 12-lncb etft; Back 

Household Hammers, lorgad steal wUh 
hardwood handles. AB^^ 
Kach , ^...OOC 

RIsck Metal Lunch Kits, 
vacntim kotMcs. Complete 

lor „ - _.. 



86c 



with 



pint sire 

95c 

Head Axes, guaranteed high-grade steel 
Made in Raglsnd. AB*.^ 
Eaek ^ 80C 

^tlM Floor, MBC 



Chcmainnt Sodab 



, hetd on Monday erenlng naa( at 

^ _. \ • SO oriock under ttoe maiMg 

Mr. SAd Mrs. Dawlsr. who have or the Otmmaottf Otntni 



been vMtli^ Mrs. M. -Bam. have 
left far yiBtarta m loato lor fttaslr 
heoa at OlaaroqoaL 



Womcn'slnstitutesor 
Vsncouver Island 



mlttee. 



TO BOLD CONt ERT 



T^y g saying that It is a ' seml- 

praotooi* fur. but laptn. like Miveral 

ettMla of the tea a^enslva f uia. has 

■ asiima d an latrtneta verth Ibis eea- 

SQO that Is unprecedented. Baeaaan. 

seal-dyed mtiskrat. UMta aitf oee- 

lot are also among the informal fun 

that are quot«^ aa smart The ahort 

An MiMdi«* ^ "7, . '*Pln ia»-kei shown above nfTers an 

ari^S^.'12E:ST l!*.-^ ^'^I""^^ erpianauon of ,u 
■JTSnoed fv a eeaem to be given , vogue 

MoDdar evioinff bi the schoolroom 
fjt tenanaal Bapttet Ohureh. it 
via take plaee ondar the aaqiic«s 
of the Wom«ii 1 AuxOlary TlM pto- 
2**** devoted to the eebasna 

of iBunvine Om ncmta&tuji of toa 



Surh a fur Jaeket 1« gr^'^:^ with 
wsim approval r.i a 'topplnf Wea" 
fo r a t ashlonable ensemble Here it, 
Is worn over a dress ol line noveUy 
tweed. In reddish brown mixture 
which. incldenUDy. aMMHa She 
■niqref the jacfcai. * 



OOLWOOD 

An eiiraordlnary meetlnO CT the 
Women's Institute la caMi BO 

Tiir^iiny evening ai ■ aMerib to (Be 

Colwood Hall. 

L AKK HILL 

dft^dvable card party heiri 
In lofea mU Community Hall on 
MMdar arenlng under the ausptcn 
of Um waaun's insututa with nr- 
IB play. BtfrnNiisola 
by tba ewunltiaa tai 
charge Prise winners were as fdl- 
lowB: First table, iCra. Fulten, Mn. 
Fw*es, Mus Peden and P mm- 
monds. iecon<1 Uble, Mrs Wright. 
MIm noiiRlas Mr IJnfham anfl Mr 
9«fi:er. fen bid. M™ Mr-Oallum : 
Mr Rol«ii'n .-i inaalaMni- \tr» M i- 

Mr. Perrter. Another game wiU be 



RALLOWm* OANCB 

A Hallowe'en danoe with baUooos, 
caps, etc . will be held tn the sons 
ot England Hall, under the auvle« 
or the Prograariva Tbougbt Itaple 
on MMiday. OstaO w U, aft $ no 
o'clock. 



BALLOWrSN PAKTT 

TlM young peopir of the Sal^ 
tleo Army Oltadel invite their 
friends to a pumpkin pie eoetal •d'I 
Hallowe'en entertalrunent caTtiurs- 
day tilfh: at 7 xo o'clodk, the 
large halt Broad Slrr^t 

Widows' mtt*« may itlr the he«ri 
but thev rv . t,r,- iiiway* rtne 'ru* ^ 
Msnch«>t^r 'Kngland' detective re- 
oaOUy revealaa thaf ib«. riny mltae 
oho cttag to wooien s utTU at the 
pdMaa eaurt at* osoally hired for the 
ooeariesi to erOar la aransa the sgvk- 
p athy at tba eourt. lom^ and 
Uaiuwiug kaMas for poUes eoort ap- 
r>*aranre« t* b wom h ^i a tBeimttv<- 
'■ Aiif In eertain parts eC iBOlaDri 
a >niau rae, feo aaMk B la 

' ' 'ne to 
at a tuna. 
1 




SWIFT'S 

PREMIUM 
SLICED 

BACON 



Strictly SooiCary 
CiMo Swoat No Wirtt 

NotTouchod by Hand 
Sold in ^^Ib. 



Mod. Uodor HonMoo OoaOnHMM toopaetiM 

SWIFT CANADIAN CO. 




Tin- PAILV roi.ONTST. VTCTOKTA. R C. SXTl K'nAY. OCTmFM'Iv* ?r,, 10?0 



Peisonal 
Gtteting Cards 
fof CbristiQas 

I-rt u> thow you pur wid« 
selection*, including the 
"FAinoiit Artist" Scrict. 
You'll like tbcM WewM of 
thdr dfaitiaetion uid Individ - 
wli«r. OriliBr tMy. 




INCORPORATED 2^*? MAY I670. 



Candies for 
Fbllowe'en 

Licorice Md Or«Rff* J*^ 

Bean*, per lb. ^Ot 

Wrapped Molauet Toffee. 

|»er lb . . SO* 

Fancjr HartI RoileH llsl 
toWcen Mixture. )!> . .. . X5c 



Many Timely and Special Attractions for Saturday Shoppers 

350 Women's Dainty Rayon Undergarments at 1.00 

A sale chat should interest all women in need of new underwear; then again we know chat many of these garments will 

t be purchased and set aside for gift purposes The assortment includes dainty lace-trimmed combinations, step-ins. dance 
sets and tailored rayon shadowproof slips [^ohedos and blQomers with contrasting color Crimmings. Shown ^ 
in pastel shades and in small, medium and large sizes " ■ W 




Boys' Special 
Two^Pant Suits 



13 



Double BrMitfld and Single Bkeuted 

I'lain an i lanry > c^ts. smartly-stylcd 
lungs, with wide If;.:^ ami cuff bottoms. 

Brown end Grey Twetdi 

In light and dark shsdei. Sixes 13 tp 
IS yeere. ' 

iioys' New Overcoats 



SteM J to 8 

yean. Price* 

(rum 



"Oradatvi" 

Stni 12 lo 18 
years. Pricci 
from 



SiA* t to 12 
years. Prices 
from . 



7.95 10.95 8. 



Floor, NBC 



Boys' Pure Wool Sweaters 
at $2.95 

\' iirik style, in wliite i.r prr\ Made 
fioni all-pure wool, in a sf r\ irrable 
weight for tchcwl or sports wear Si/e* 
26 to 36 , 92.85 

* ^MeinFIm, HBC 

Boys' Fall-Weight 
Combinations 

Penman's 71 Natural-Shade Merino- 

Kinish ' 'nderwear. well know n for itit 
(Inrahility in wear and non-'^liriiikinK 
'jualilic^. I. on;:; r-leeves an'l quartpr Icj;, 
All ttizcs (j to 15 years. Per suit, f 1.25 
-aUi Floor, M»C 

South Aftican Field Boots 
for Boys 

Mailr with stout bn^ kip iif-pri- l'-.tlfirr 
lnie<l, half bellows tongue and solid leath- 
er dduhlc soles, these famous Boot* are 
ideal for Winter wear. 

Sizes 11 to'UVS - :^ 4.-13 

Sisea 1 to 94.50 

F^or.NBe 





Ik Fur- Trimmed Coats 



Of Unusual Beauty and 

Exceptional Value 

■ 

Smart Coats With Moufflod Collslrs and Cuffs 

These are in new colored !>ruadc-loth and velour ; also black. They arc 
straight of line or slightly flared, with new back trimming-- ' ^ have 
handsome co11mT>rtTCtrtong- haired moaffton, ^irWrcoflfr q ^ tilt 
to maUh. Sizes 16 to- 4a Price ^™ . — fcW«5MI 



Fur-Trimmed Coats m Many New Styles 

^'■p;it-' in l)roa<lclutli and siieuim-, wiili lull I or cushion c*:>IIars <tf 

American opossum and French beaver. These latest styles include side 
and back flares and &traight-Hi}e coats trinui)'" I <" t ^ 
pintticks, etc. Colors of wine, cherry, Monci QC f|A 
t>hie, brown, navy and blMt. Sizes 16 to 42... wObUU and 

Fur-Trimmed Coats in Out-Sizes 

.\n attractive assortment of Coats t..r the - \vt. cut aiv! ilc>i;;ne'l t<_» 

;;ive the nio.st heconiinR lines, The\ haxe k trMnniiii),;:^ 4»f insets of self 
material or pintucks, and collar^ of rich >-p<)<^Mini. caracul or l"rcni-li t'ca\er. 
with cuffs to matdi. In fine tjuahty hroa Ictuih. featuring; the CA 
best shad^ of the aeason ; also black Sizes 39>i to ' ' •■ 'r^-WU 

— Smnd FUM>r. H B C 



Many Attractive Values in Girls' 
Winter Coats 

100 Mlaaoi' CfctoeWlU and Fur-Trimmod Co«t» 
at $8.95 

Tailored and finished with the same care a<( many 
of our higher-priced coats. Navy wool chinchilla in 
a smart double-breasted fttyte, with a warm Vatid 
shano/ell lining; also in alI-\\(H>I \clours and '1 
ket clnth. with sealine collars and cnfTs f*r ' 
cushion collars of mink or coney niandcl and fully 
lined. InVavy, sand, Copenhagen, tan, rose and 
rosewood. Sises for 6 to 14 years. Price 98*^ 

Oirla' and Mtsaea* Broadcloth Coats 

Tlicrr arc six "tylcs in this special RTOUp of Girls' 
and Misses' Silk-Surfaced Hrrmrlcloth Coats, featur- 
intj flare-* nf str:iik;lit hnc^. I.iir^r rusliUMi nr ^liaw I 
collar anii cutis of i-"rcnch l>caver and mandel furs. 
Lined with novelty rayon silk and interlined. Colors 
are midnight blue, powder, reindeer, rose, sand* 
wine and royal blue. 

Sizes for 8 to 10 years f 14.85 

Sizes tot 12 to 15 years f 18^76* 

Little Girls* Fur-Trimmed Coau at $5.95 

Little (iirls" Smart W ool Ziliclinr and BUhkct Cloth Coats -svith 
beaverine collar anil eutTs or cushion collars of mandc^l fur and fuHy 
Imrd CoKirs arc reindeer, rosewood, powder and rose. Sizes f- r J 
to 0 years. I'ricc .^....95.95 

Children's Chinchilla Reefers 
Smaril\ Tailored Hard Wearinif Navy Chinchilla Coals in double- 
breasted style with warm red flannelette lining and finished with 
^ras» buttons and emblem on sleeve. 

Sizes for 2 tu 6 years ™. ^...^ .* . ^4.50 

Sixes for 7 to 10 years , „ _ 9^.86 

Little Girls' Fur-Trimmed Hau 

To match the coats ; aflo navy chinchilla tarns. Price 91.86 

VW,MBC 




Smart Shoes for 
High School 
Girls 

I'our c> flct-lic < >xfiird8 in 
patriu^ leather. l.Uck and 
brijwn caKkkiii. Made on full 
lOe lattc and wiili medium 
hreU, Sirr* 2'^ ic 7. 



V 



Floor, H»C^ 



Hurlbut's Shoes for 
Children 

There's unusiiat comfort, imdilisl 
(Ivxthility iinH tinustiat quality in 
HiirllHu's *hoe«. They ire made for 
growing frei — constnictcd on na- 
tnre shape lasts. 

Patent Uealher and Brnwn Calf 
Oxfords. Sifts 8 to lOJi ar, per 

pair •4.00 

S)i« 11 to 2. per pair »5.00 
Patent Lratlict iind Brown Calf 
One-Straps- Sizes S tn 7y, at, per 

pair ~ fa.OO 

Sites i to 10^ I'l-r iMir M.BO 
Slut II to 2. I- •*.50 

—Main Floor. HBC 

Mfomen^s Flannelette 
Nightgowns, $1.59 

\\ omrn wIjo know \hr hw iv'jtinil 
quality I't thi* Ile»^ y I rc^m I- Ian- 
nelette will hr inlrrp^rrr] in ^pi- 
cial Kroiip M Rowni (nr tt-iiay * bpII 
inff. There are six itylfi unit \', 
hiRli or round neck, and short or 
lonj; sleeve*. THnuningi are of silk 
nr colored cmbraidcry or lace and 
ittMrtioR. Some ilylei are in out- 
aiics. Price ». tl.M 




A Special Pureiiase 



New Felt Hats 
to Sell Today. . 




Dozens of styles, tonf^er back tinea. skiiU types, 

.side flarrfi, hrim hats and off tlicfWe ityle*^ \ 
^rcmp so excci'tional that ymi will wontWr at such 
values and -^o l«>vv a price. Shades include wine, 
browns, Munei and navy blUes^ hunter's green, 
santl« bright red, and many hr bock, f^jee J^isM 

Felt Hits of the More D r sas y tffm 

Embroidered in a novel manner with mrtallfc ihreai!^ 
and fi:iisheH w'*'' perky little feather niouiUs at I'lir sidr 
ihe^r- rliise-niMuI'led (eli^ are the very latesi \>f. I.r 
inimiiK. Ion, are Ibr •^uedr-finislieii plain I.tilm'-il 
inniined felt* in the riihe*t mhtr* nt\<\ nicliiilin>f lar^r 
head-sizes. Shown in all new r(»lors aiul Mack I'nccd 
at 9B.06 



Fresh Whit> FfIt Hats (or ChUdm aoA 

Little poke shapes (or liny ffirli, amalt and medium 
hntm for the schoolffirb front eiffhl to fourteen, and 
reitutation rolled-brim styles in 'ui- tn*.i'l All 
daintily trininied wftli white cffln iil i .ii I i ^-r ;4re 
all fre«h new «ly]e« I'rice^, 91.0S, f:e.60 and M<8B 

Childrtn's Hats at flJO 

Felt or felt fabric in snfi little pull-on and off the-faie 
ftiyleii and also with brims. Trininird with ribbon, 
dainty bucUe, «we i«ather and fell motifi. Colors arr 
sand, roff, Cb^twcen. broinn. Rr^en, red. eavy and 
black. FQr«U««r^ ivirr.i .^.^J^IB^ 

Beret Tami at Si. 25 
^he^r are rhe Imported Woven-in-Une- Piece Bersts. 
I hey are ahr.wn in bnght acaclet« tan. naw. W;m V 
brown, white, Monet blue, tvn|IWl|<t Wd red 

noar, HBC 



New Imported Pull-Overs 

In All-Wool and Silk and Wool Mixtures 

PLin colors are iiMf r« o \ rn u ith fuiuristtc ^tekifins. 
Some are shown in rwi.-iour «roiinii<i < Irverlv fnihroid- 
ered iii wool. They feature the popular polo collar*. 
Very atiractive garments In a wide nricty of coJorinai 
and designs. ^ 



SisM to 40- 



— Second Floor, HBC 



50 Women's European Cloth 
Dressing Robes at $3,95 

Hf4iitifully Warm and l omfortahle Rr)he» to alip on in 
chilly moments. They are riK anipl> full and roomv 
and have a smart new notch collar uith taim rrimnnnR 
or some have ahawl collar and tilk braid trimming! 
Shown in new leaf or ftgured pstterni and vario«i amsrl 
color combfnaltons. All stees. 36 to 44. Price. fS-eV 

Floor, |IB« 



Popular VMrBnd Vahiee 
itiHbMcry 

Woman's tUk Hoaiery for $1.00 a Fair 

Direct from the mills. Well ahapcd and perfect 
fitting Silk Hose in a wide aclection of the nunt 
favored sliades for tniniediate wear These are 
■Cmi-fashioned with comfortable henmtrd top^ 
and arc adequately reinforced at iiomt* of wear 
Full ranRr of nireo and in point or sq\iare lircl 
Price, per pair- fl.OO 

FtdMrirftead Silk Hoac ModaeMt Meed el 
tl.SO a Pair 

.\ Highly Popular Semi-Servirc-Weight Silk 
Hose, featuring the distinctive contottr haei- 
Snug fitiing and extremely good wearinf iAVt 
hose in fashionable colors for the Wiotar sea* 

use Mrs Serrk».Ws<«hl SUk Heaa at 
11.91 a Mr 

Quiada's leading makas lit Full l ashioned Silk 
Hose and represetiiing the utmost tn value giv- 
ing. Full and complete range of colors, superb 
fitting and most Mtiabctorv in wear Sj^e* 
range (foni S>i to loys. Prn-e p, t ,.4ir. gi.o.i 

• -Maio Floor, HBC 

Imported Kid Gloves 

Unquestionably Smart 

These fitie Gloves are made from upc- 
cially *sclecteH skin.*, and feature a dainty 
turn-linck embroidered cuff, with points 
111 liannonizini; colors. They are ekcel- 
tent Atting and styliab kid eloves foe im- 
inedigte wear. Colora w beaver, brown 
and irrey Si?r^ 6 to 7\^. Price, per 
P»>r - faL85 

r,HBC 



• The Newest in Leather 
Handbags 
Specially Priced at $3.50 

guile the nicest new Pouch-Style HiWd- 
bags^ and so moderately priced. Cleverly 
mad*, and nicely lined and fitted Kea 

tiirrd in hrown. jfreen, blonde an.l black 
Price, each ^3.50 

Kcrcnt arrivals also include soijie -Inn 
nini; \rw Style Leather Haiijba^ 

pouch and Underarm «tylcs at S3.85 

atid -v**"! wws j .*w*w>w».^»M„..^^ ^S^OO 



Sewins 




Reconditioned and GiLiranteed 

1 Goodrich V. ^18.00 

I Singer f23.00 

1 Sinper $30.00 

I Singer f25.00 

t Wfcite Rotary . ..fSS.OO 

1 White RoUry Electric 
'or - .fSflLOO 

Terma: $2.00 dow n, balance \m 9tUf 

^ monthly pa\tnriit* 

—Third Floor, HBC 



Phone for These Saturday Specials in 




l-meot Qiialitv New Zealand 

Oramery Hurler, per lb 

3 lh». for 91.40 

Selected Uuality Alberta Cream- 
ery Butter, per lb 4««» 

S lb». for 91.S8 

Pure Bulk urn. par lb.„.18# 
S Iba. for 

Coofcst. per Ul W 

S tbi. for 



BAOON SPBCIAL 

Mild Cured Side Bamn, 

•Iked, per II.. S5e 

Side or Half Side, lb. 



SUcsd Ayrshire Koll. lb 4S« 

SUeed Pesraaal Back Bacon, per 

lb. 

Sliced Boncleai Raw Hsn,^^ 



PICNIC HAM 8PSCIAL 
-mokcd Picnic Hama, averag- 
iriK S to 7 Iba.. at« per lb.. M« 
Sweet Pleklad Picnic Ham at. 

9K lb. - — - - 



Smtffced Cettafl* Roll, lb»„SM 



Sweet Pickled Cottage RolL per 

lb ^ 

Swift's Side Hitr.n. rni<l .>ri , 
JS'lb. package for .„ SO** 



DeaaenstraDon of Chateau 
Ch aaas 

JtMt received new ahtpment 
Special price daring DeratMi- 
itrailOn. Chateau Cbeeae, 
plain or ptaiento, Vt-lt*. pack- 
age for Sl# 



Mild Ontario Cheese, Ib..-4J 
Matured Ontario Cheese, per 
lb. . . S8e 

C.nrgnnTrtIa (^'heese, lb 

Frrnrti Roniiefort Cheese, p*f 

lb ^ M« 

Dutch Edam CKeta*. Ib.„4»# 
English Stilton Cheese, lb.. 
Kraft Lonborgar Cbaasa, dfoa. 
iar for . . 
Kraft Old KocUali 9lyls Cbaese, 

CAXK8 iurO PABTRXBt 

Delicious Skb Cake, made in 
our own bafcery*— 
Plain, Scad and Light Fruit 
Cake, par lb 



Genoa aad Cherry Cake ai, per 
lb ,. .45* 

Simnel Cake, per lb 

Rirh Dark Fruit Cake. lb.. M< 



Caka tlfhwikil 
Rich Quality Fruit Cake frnm 
our own bakery. Specially 
Week End SellinB 

ih ase 



made Ipr Week En. 
Buy it \y the »lah. 



Cherry and Madeira Cakea at. 
each .^^.^^4 

Fancy Mixed BikuHs, 6-varietiefl 
at. per lb. ^ m%4 

Motasaci Snalts. per lb XBe 

a lbs. for - SS# 

Lemon Gem Biacnita, U- S3e< 

Ormofld's Cream Cracker v i-i-- 

package aic 

Maftpr«' BrraH. hm* m ■•<r 
16-01. loaf, X for 1 ft# 

Fineat Ouality H C Orain^Iai t 
Sqgar, >0-|h p»f»''r ai.:t4 
tW.lb. aatk •M.45 
Our Special K- o»v>n]> illcrnl Tea 

at per lb 4M 

Our Special Breakfast Coffec. 
per lb. . - 



TEA AND COFFEE 
SPECIALS 
A» used in our own restaurint 
Broken Orange Pekoe Tea. 
Regular, per lb., 65c: Special. 

[■er lb. 

Mocha and Java Coffer- 
Regular, per Ib^ 6Sc. Spc 
rial, per lb ....^B»# 



SPECIAL IN KINO- 
BEACH PRODUCTB 

King-Basrh Pore Strawberry 
Jam, d-lb tin 

king-Beach Red Plums la 
•yrup. Ko. tin 10# 
King Beach Pure Plum Jam. 

4 Ih, tm _ 454 

King-Beach Yellow Cling 

Vftfhrn. prr tm . 

3 t... ..,__•»« 



Br,init Corn. Vn 



^ii.iVer 
for 
3 for 

Quaker Brand I'caS. 

•ite J, per tin 

■ Cot 



NdL 



2 lin 
IS* 

2 lin. 



Rnya) City Tofnatoes. Ko. 2_tjn. 

3 (or _„.. . ™.™.„.,.„ 



Cold's Fancy Croahy Corn. 

Regular, per tin, 22c for.... 

• for BB# 

Ashcrod Bi^fBBBhx' '^v 

lin, S for ..jBS9E»— 

Brand's A-1 Sance. bottle . ..SBd 

Clark's Tomato Kctcbupi larrn 

boltJe . ^^^^,^tm4 

Campbeir* Tooiato Beep. B 
^M%4 

green 



ipi> 

•mall tini (or 

Libhy's Pumpkin, 
No, 2Vi tm 



Ubby's 
and while. 



Aaparagna 

No. 1 tin 



solid 
Tips, 



COMBINATION SPECIAL 

Mb. UUtd Peel. Mb. Cur- 
rant! and Mb. Australian S«l* 
lanaa for 



Seeded K'ajxnv. ' M>> t..r 2Ke 
Seedlrii Paiiint. 3 ;r,. i..r ZS^ 

Choice Sulphur Bleached 3ul- 
lane^ per ft. 




SunliSht Soap. Special, pri 

loo 834 

a for _ M4 

Lifebuoy Soap, 4 cakca for aB<i 
Old Dutch Cleanier, S tint B94, 



Chipso, large package 



aae 



FRUIT AND VEGETABLES 
Local King .\pplei, hni><iph la 
park, per box 41. SH 

Okanagan Jonathan \|<i'!' 
Special, per box fa.8lt 

Fancy Okanagan Dcticiooi Au- 

plea, per bon — > fB*» 

Choice Tokay Cnpca, lb., tB« 

California Valencia Oraue«. 

Special, per doien 

a doecn for - _ . TB^ 

Finest QnaUiy Golden Pumpkin, 
per lb.. ~ 44 

New WaAed Braid N'tn* p<-r 
lb , 2Sr 

Sicily I-ilI.ero. per lb, IKe- 
a Ihft r.:.r 854 

Kre»hlv Rna^ted Peanuli at. per 

II. ik4 

Popping Corn, per lb- . *»f 



J Newapa«MiOai4BS,«lba.M# 



Food Su 




Sweet Potatoei, p«r Ih IO4 

Carrots and Beets, B bunchea 

for 1«4 

Freih f elery. p^r •ttrW IO4 

Fresh Meat Speciala for 
Today 

Auatrallaa Mirttoo 

1^8*. whole or half, lb 854 

I -'ina and %Vtn. per lb. .SS4. 

ShouMerc. whole or half, at. per 

BpringLamb 

Legs, Loins and Fincts, lb^JBB# 
R'ba. abort for roasffng. Ih.. SS^ 
Shoulders. or hall. Ih. 

Smokai Plab 

.Vew Sea»nn"« Finnan HaddtCJ. 
prr It'. 8*4 
Bmieletft Killcia, per lb. BB4 
Sr>cm«t f S«bl« Cod. Ih. ._B84 
Kipper*, per Ih .184 



Stv'ulder Rfa«t» <>4 Veal, ape 
rul. I>er , 884 
Kneip Xtit. p^T Ilk ao4 
LoIm of Ve^l. [</r \h SS<) 



Local Murton 
Legf. I^ini and Filleti. lb., BO4 
Shoulders and Ribs, lb ,JH4t 



PttrterliOtfac and T-^v Reaai 

pfr - .^.IJEfi* 

WiM Loin, Sirloin Tte •r'f 
Aitch-Bone, per lb. - ^ .Mt 



Prime Rik Mid RBnp Roaat. 
per Ih S8e 



Thick Hih Untu, per Ih aSe> 

Poi Roait. per Ih 304 

Briaket for bosling, p«r lb i*^ 
Our Oira Brand Becl Bato^ti'. 

per lb. „ ^ . I n<. 

Beef Tongues, fresh or pi'-> ■ 

per lb. - 3»4 

Pm% 

Legs, whole, average weight \J 

Ibi , per lb. _ S8<' 

I^tina and Filleti. per lb ^Se 
PirklrH Side Pork, per lb ane- 
ShotiHeri, rnt lo anlt, lb ^.Tc 

Pork Hocks and Feet, Ib^ tay.r 
lNBpbw,HBC 




10 



HAGEN. SMITH TO PUY EXHIBITION HERE TODAY 



Sailors Will Oppose 
The Bays in Opening 
Fixture at Willows 



IiUeiinediate Lca^LK- Will Dshcv in Scmsmh 
I^ext Week With I luce Matclicv-Kciciccs' 
Union Is Suggested 



. dbturtiUy, November 9. Ttwt's the 
4Ut* wc for th« opening of Uw 
19M-30 leaMm with Um tbree elubft 
I9tli Omnadlan Scottish. jBJlX 
ind the NKvy. formlnit the senior 
If Ague. Ttie IftUiMudial.- league, 
with ,«lx riMljB. Vlcloilft ColicRe, 
Unlv<:,H, Stijool. YMCA I6ih 
C'anHcthin 8'-otitah, Oak Boy Wsn- 
(Sttf^- rind JJSXA.. vBl cipM one 

vte-k I iirUrr 

U w»^ originally drvlded tO OBBt 

the xeiiic* ioup oil the smme date w 
llie iiiterniectiates. but u a numlMr 
df the settlor players are playing the 
Ouudlaji code. It tovwl im- 
PBMlble to cl •teited on the Oitte 
M flnfi iimeilid. 

WliOe VletorU Ungen In usher- 
Inc In tiie 1939 ■■■eon, VuKouvcr 
hw been in ftctMo lor mbaai a 
month, which ttwene that much 
inn.-r praotlce then the local elttbi. 
WicJi Victoria already decided to 
enrei the McKechnle Cup scries 
ftgKtn It ttill. In all probabiniy. 
wt-»i\ taji Lhey will have to oppoae 
Vaiicoincr \rr\ shortly alter the 
openUiit of the reason here, and 
perhaps be at a handicap throuKh 
,nfl;:iiviiy, However, b number of 
ihe ftLar players ol the BngUsh code 
are also adbereoU of the Caoaillan 
fame and ehoiild be In exetflent 
eentfltleik 

' BATS TO OVrOM KAVT 

prei>m hOlderi of the 
Ottpt •mUmuiUc o( the 
champtonehlp. wiU oppose the 
m in the openln* flmve on 
tturday, Na/ember 9, at the wu- 
OvaL at 3 o'clock, while the 
leth CanddlKn ScotUah. the thlrtl 
elub In Ihe loop, has drawn a bye 
for the first wcfk On the follow- 
ins SaturdAv ihr Navy will batUe 
the Scot ' Ish and glvp the Bays a 
lay-otT 

Roih fiu' JBAA and tlte Navy 
arr in the position ot having losl 
sonie of their star performcm. while 
the Scottish. It Is understood, are 
tUfhtly atrooger than last season. 
However. Bob Molnoes. veteran 
ooaoh and manefer of ttte Bays, 
ten times winners of the eovetad 
Barnard Cup. liax a munber bf 
oomini pLayprs to nil the vaeanelea 
caused by che absence oC former 
members ol th? championship 
nfteen 

Victoria RijKby Union decided to 
follow In the f<>o*siep,'* of ihr Ene- 
Ush Rugby Union by adopting the 
Milon for the Inrmation ol a 
^erees' union, with a member of 
boavd beliic one the axecn- 
fe of the Rugtor IMen. U le Ml, 
ttf thetauMMorancb abody and 
tbe inelnelan or (»• of tta menbers 
oh the executive of the union, that 
any little dlfflcultles arising out of 
mUunderstandlng or mlsooDoeptlon 
ot rules would be readily adJiuMd. 
CHANGE DAAI7 BVLB 

*'Fdr the purpoee of stopping whtft 

was tinned by one of tho«f present 
as s "milking process." the union 
pasied a mot'nd that all 




by the executive of Ihe Victoria 
Rugby Union. 

With the date (or the op«a»lng ol 
Ibe Benler League settled, the 

moguls decided on tbe groundr for 
the opening matches of the Inter- 
mediate League on Saturday. No- 
vember 2, Which are a* follows 

Victoria College vt Univeritity 
School, at Vt.-torln High School. 

Y.M.C A vv J II A A at WlUowa. 

Oak Bav WRmieirrf^ vs. Oftoadlan 

Scottish, at (Jak Ba\ Park. 
Oames will start .<i .< <Vv lock. 

Borland Sold by 
SeaiUe E»ks to 
SuPmdlceTeam 

SIATTLB. Oct. 38.— The SeatUe 

lee Hockey Club of the Pacific 
Coast League announced today that 
BUI Borland, de- 
fence man and 

captain of the 
I^n ill lenm. had 
"■^n .vild to St. 
1 il Hr will 

■ iif re M.in- 

n . , ■ I , ; , I 

■ iiMiiiiJOcs Ir»»ii 

:ctana m nud- 
' ason last year. 

Borland came to 
Mir Victoria Cubs 
?L„rii the Wlnnl- 
peK Manx>n.';, but 
wa* tmdeii \,i the 
Scnalr FlKkniios 
aboLit I In :i.t<ldle 
[>I the s^'OAfin La 
an eHort to bolstT the vit lorin de- 
'«n8ei« He has been playing pro- 

chiefly on the prairiee. 

FOUKStLtLTEl) 

TO MM m 

\mm\L 




Today $ Sport Card 



OOLT 

BRhtbtttDo natch, at Ooi 
wood Ootf riub. 1:30 pjii 
Walter liayen aiul HortDii 

anlU) vs, Bob Morrtsoa and 
HMd XAMbam. 



Will Show Wares Today 



riveC's vs. Saaalch TMelle.s 
at Royal Athletic Park. 

VlcUirta OUy vs. West 
holmes, lit Beacon mu. lovei 
ground. 

Janltr 

Victoria City vs. Royal Oak. 
at Beacon Hill, upper ground. 

Sidney VB Eftqulmalt, at 
Sldnej 

James 1 nU v.i Y irf.C A. . 
at James Island 

OsklsndQ V* K. of C st 
Spnncer s Park. 

All gamee start al 3 o'clock 



-UvWdR I 
JAAA. n. tens of Eng- 
land, at Vletorta West Park 
Kiel^bfr at 8 O'clock. 
^ Division n 

VlclorLi V\'( v V!< Saanirh 
Thistles, al Vitlona Weal, 

nve C's va. Sons of Aig- 
land, at ihe Royal Athletic 
Ark. 

Klck-oOft at 1:M o^loek. 

GRASS HOCKEY 
Victoria vs. Duncan, at Bea- 
con Hill dlckeft froudd, a:90 

o'clock. 



■nABWMim 



BOTH FIGHTERS 
EXPECT TO WIN 




> ttnrouver Pro* 
Hand Ha gen and 
Smiih Trimming 



/AN(i>l VKR, Oct. 25 - 
Duncan Sutherland and 

IJii\i* Hi.iik Villi! 11 *M pro- 
fcs.-ili iinis ilf!f.il( il .1. lour- 

iiii; i.'i I'-.-tj .suites piorea^ion- 
aK Waller Hagen and HOftdO 
Smith, three and two, tit ao 
eighleen-hole exhibition goll 
matdi here thto aftemooa 

Sttthertaad and Black tin- 
lAhod' the first nine 4 up. On 

the ninth SuTherlmul h^Vd 
out for a par !■ ur f.is 
parlner. Black, tank a riflecn- 
ffjot putt for a birdie three- 
nie local pros made six 
birdies going out. their best 
ball score being 30, or six un- 
der par. to their oppdnentj k. 
Coning la, the first five holes 
were halved. 

Tbe tearae ivent to the slx- 
leenth lee with the Vancouver 
Wir.'. doirnle tjire* and the 
match ended with the locals 
halving the hole 

TSB CAKDB 

Par S« 4*4 l<4— 3S 

Hasaa , SM W4 M4-aT 
amIUl SM 484 M4— S4 

alack 444 MS 3n-~u 

Biithariaad.. s*4 4ai 444-14 

In 

'•■r 439 94* «r.-3i -«a^Tl 

Hm«» 4^< S4< *3^ 14.-n-7> 

Smtth tJS Hi *3S J3 J4— « 

Bt». k 43i 144 43ft— M- -U TO 

Bu-li*rl«n(l 43} 3SS 43S— SI— es— n 



Record Gallery Is 
Expected to Watch 
U.S. Pros in Action 

Barnstorming Pair Will Play Bob Morrison 
and Harold iJnehani at Cblwood Links This 
Afternoon at 1 :30 o'ClOOk 



The boy marvel of the goUing 
universe. Hoctoo Smith. eretwhUa 
known as the "Joplln Kid." and 
that veteran campaigner. Walter 
Hagen. four times winner of tbe 
Britlch open Rolf ilUe. wUl show 
their waxes at the Colwood Oolf 
and Country Club this artrmo.m at 
I -30 o'clock when they sUck up 
agahut Harold Uuehani and Bob 
Morrteon, VMeitali two evaok ama- 
teurs. 



-Tied 



HOETON Bkcrrv 




Mickey Walker and Ace 
H u d k i n s Undergoing 
Strenuous Trainmg for 
Title Go Tuesday 

$72,000 WORTH 

OF TICKETS SOLD 



I?i ^TSS: «^ campaigner. respeoUvetf. 

?h?h , . . " •xtolWtlon match at the Oolwood Oolf and CounS- 

Club thbi afternoon, at 1:» o'oloob. aga teet | l aw *d M ne Uaui «ad1S 
Mammon, victorU-» two crack amateurs. •Thle will be Ragm*s test 
^rn.m:ming trip and the local enthuslarts who wish to |S wSIt 
. J* ^L"""^ "'^P** of the oU master in action wlU uMbubtedly 
n ,h »^ partner, smith. wUl be appen^riSS 

lor the flr^t lime and his game ^. ill be watched with great tat«WtrSr 
his perfornuuice during the past twelve moaUia ti vi£ o( ^Brtmrtt 




Max Rospnhloom. Y a I o 
Okun, Lou i>cozzA and 
George Courtney Named 
by CooMiusion 

LOMSKh BRADIUU K 
NOT COyslDEHEU 



NEW YORK Oct 25 - There 
u«*.H ""t* feathers 

players if ' *^ nsmlng ol a new llghi- 
raurt .tay nth ti^e riub with which ! !!^J?y5*5!?il*?*!"_P*'>P ^ '*te the 



they sign with at the beginning of 
the season. It l-^ tJmuK'it thnt .sulIi 
protect I mi would be ^-elrf.med t4> 
Intermediate teams wIMrh have no 
senior fifteen, and would give them 
no doe alarm about losing some of 
4)elr better playera. The parley, 
bpwetnr. waa quite emphaUc that 
o^bs with both tqtcnpedldlc end 
senior fifteens. Mwuld'ba aUoved to 
draft players from the former Into 
the lafter league 

WKh the removal of the .■xKt 
HniU tor Intermediates n wan sur- 
tte^led that perhniM n n runner jf 
players of senior calibre miglit pos- 
sibly make application for reinstate- 
ment as intermediates. However, 
the men faet that (hey might apply 
for suota relnitelemanl win give 

S» cauM for alaxn. as aa^ appUea- 
On win have to be ftvan the OJC 



place of Tommy Lougtiran. so far as 
the Mew Yost Btate AtUeCki Com- 
mission Is eoueniad. 

The ftstic fatben today decided to 
make .ihort work e( tlw eompUca- 
tions that alwa^iv arise among the 
conibataiiLs when n champion volun- 
tarily stops down from the throne 
They Uirlted matohtnuker'^ in puir 
yyte Boeenbloom. Vale okun. l.ju 
Beotfc and OeoTfe Courtney in one 
way or enother and promised to 
recognlJEe the ultimate winner as the 
Hfw 175-pound king. 

Aft*r considerable discussion, the 
names of such hearties as Leo 
Loniakl. the Aberdeen assnwln 
Jimmy fji«dd.>.-k 



LOS ANOSLB8, Oct U.— Mkkey 
, Walker today into the final 

I period of hie tMtalng schedule for 
the defence of hla middleweight 

title, set on knocking OUt Ace RUd- 

kioa at Wrigley Field next Tuesday 
night. 

Just to add empha«ls to the st«ie- 
ment that he proponed definitely to 
eliminate the Nebraska Wildcat this 
K'lie. the Rumson. N J., rocker 
I'lanned another long training ses- 
ilc n Willi sparring partners to- 
morrow. He worked thirteen 
rounds yesterday, ameii f iiirm 
with his supporting cast and the 
1 "mniiitng rounds w the beavy and 

IL'ht. bftgTt. 

1 h'jpe to knork out Ace m fr.e 
or »lx rounds." saJd Ihe iron- 
flstnl rhanipton. 

A* active evidence of a delcrmtna- 
tlon to Kum the woritji lor Lh? 
Rumson Rocker, the WUdcai stepped 
seven rounds yesterday and had 
another tough seeelpn scheduled for 
himself befon he la retoaenil m the 
ring. 

Tbe Unooln, Neb., fighter haA 
opinloiia of hie own about the out- 
come of the tight, and thera le 
noUitng In his comment to 
stm«then Walfcefe hoiM of tennl- 
nattae tbe ten raunde In the early 
KtanrA. 

Clyde Hudklns. brother •manager 
of Ace. has Mid that he oonfldenUy 
expects the champion to give ui> 
hlft UMe by the k^k routSL The 
Wildcat Bsconds the ■talmbl of 
his brother. 
"If I lose Uilfl tune then ni nult 



SOCCER AW 
C A li E LOOPS 
TO OPEN SOON 

Saanich Schools to Start 
Football and Basketball 

Schedules Next Week 
Nine Teams Entered 



va 
va. 



vs. 

vs. 



W. A. JONES IS 

CHOSEN AS HEAD 



Maiden Give$A4vitt 
to Jones 




' Mt IXFT 

♦ wirife* 
PO«lWAWD 

-fO ^OIL OF 

ci ue 

f 



ny BOL METZORR 
The natural way of doing any- 
thing out ot the ordinary is the last 
wtf we aw tn to da U. There Is 
tin elriklnt ttiiddaMf Sebk; Jonea' 
tnm piar wmb tnm mewtrt 
Uaiden as an example After stance 
^nd trip bad be«n corrected Jockes 
wanted to know how t.o hit the ball. 
■'Hit h 'Hit of IT'- replied Maiden. 

V»r(l >n il-ii-T eri-'l the natural grip 
»fvt . Tir >• play by rrtiiers 

had failed M pf'i'iM'-'' 1' To apply 
It yon rnere!v awlntt 'h*" amii foT- 
e^erd from their natural hang at 
your sides and pla<-« ^M:Hpai> 
elidi. There is no tVUft V turn. 
Tliiat-B wiinal— I 

B you da Mat «r tafo thiot yen 
place your arms tn unnatureJ posl- 
tlons. Then they cannot properlr 
funetton TTtat's Ooss' explanRM'*n 
of thw namral grip Allrni M<we! 
Cra^'k ''allfomla amateur «nd man* 
star* i*o grip 'he'r --luh^ N'*t' -Ap- 

^ ^"'^ '^"^ ^""^ ^ 

I 



from the Jenwy , 

plains, aud the fast-growing Mickey boxing and I don'l plan to do that," 

Walker, mlddlewelgbt champion.! r*id Ace 

oC the reekfltilng. The, Jack Doyle, promoter, U ulaaMd 

ilTLPrf • *' ^ «««lded, had eUm- 1 wiUi the Ucket sale to date, which 

mated Ihemselvea. and Walker muit he reporU has placed tnjM In Uie 

•till be conMdered a Itp-DOIinder .. ctxijl 

until iw lose» ills crown AT grSSu^ , 

Into the heavier class i 



OTTAWA SENATORS 
SEEKIWG SERVICES 
OF STAR GRID MAN 



RFfl Hrr OIIFSTION 
fiOTHERINOKEARNS 



Mtdkaor Walker^ Manager l«et In- 
WHIi Metfeede Oaed by 
Af 



Kea^^-^ 



ANOBLES. Oct 3&-Jack 



OTTAWA. Oct. aa^yarold Starr 
one of tbe greateet ootalde wings 

ever known lo Canadian football 
has retired from the game Slmiil> 
taneously wlUt Uie announeenent 
today from Btarr himself that he 
had Aung his 'dwan aonE to the 
gridlrofi. It he*-ftnie known tlj«t he 

would rome out tonight for the (Iritt i"ltuatton »m It now stati'l 
Ice practice of Uie OtUwa National 
Boek«y Leegue team. 

OOelals of the Ottawa club sUted 
Uiat Btarr hau not signed a eon- 
t)«ct. but It vae known that the 
Renaors had been trying to iwouK 
the local an-round athlete, aiod an 
announcement Indicating that he 
has signed a profeestonal hookey 
contract le expected aooD. 



Ai-cordlng to* the schedules ra- 
leased vesterdsy, the basketball and 
ffK-rhtil! If ague* of the Saanich 
.Srhnr,;., Athletlr A»»orlatton will 
ojjrij r.'xt wppk with nine nchdols 
enlere:; A: » recent meeting the 
foUowiiiR ofllrera were clerted to 
look after matters during the sea- 
son W. R Jonea. of tlie new Saan- 
Icht High School, president; P. C. 
Rontley. of Cloveidala, vloe-pre^- 
deat: A. O. OuQln eeeratary. 

The new exeeutlvc committee, 
which win attend to various matters 
concerning the seeodatlon. Is a« 
follows : Albert Bailey. Saanich High 
School: J. Colbert. Tobnie School; 
Daniel Parfltt. McKenzie Avenue: 
O. 8. TaykM-, Cralgflower. and 
Oeorge K^ove. TlUlcum. 

The nine schools are divided Into 
two r^ones High School. TlUlcum. 
Cloverdale and Tolmle form the 
Inner secUon. while McKeoslc. 
Cedar HUI. Strawberry Vale, Cralg- 
flower and Lake Hill will comprise 
the outer section. These two sec- 
tlon.t will fight for the cage nnd 
soccer tltlee of their divisions and 
then the winners win play each 
other for the champiooshlpe. 

Saanich will again defend the 
Fragments Cup. which repressnts 
the Victoria and district seboola' 
football championship. They won 
the cup Inst year by defeating Oak 
Bay in the final 

The b.'iskeih.fiV r,ii<1 •'Vitball .•<Ched- 
ulei folio* 

JIMOK nA.<4KETBALL 
Kbvember l -McKenzie va, TIHI- 
onm: Jlich Hrhooi vb Cralgflower; 

Otoverdale n h\e 

No\ ember S— Cloverdale vs, Mc- 
Kenzie. High soboal y$, TlOkua: 
Cralgflower a bye. 

November 15 — Cralgflower ?gL 
Cloverdale: McKensle vs. High 



t. be played on pmnd ot Bret 
named. ^ 

FOOTBAU^-mOK BBCnON 
November Iffflrenilt eg. Oedar 

iini ! ^ike HUI VB. Sferawbttry Vale: 

t t ;tLj-;.'!i I? . ■■ a bye. 

Ntivi jiib<-r A-'Oralgfiower va, Mc- 
Kenzie, i«ke Hill vs Cedar RU: 
Strawberry Vale a bye 

Novtoiber 15— strawberry Vale vs. 
Cralgflower; McKenzie va Lake HiU, 
Oedar HU a bye. 

November 31 — Cedar HiU 
Cralgflower: Sbawberry Vale 
McKenzie; lAk^ HIU a bye. 

November 29 — Cedar HUI 
Strawberry Vale; l?i>algflower 
Lake Hill; McKenzie a bye 

DeccmlMT H -Cedar Hill vs Mc- 
l^naie: strawberry Vale vs Lake 
RtO; Ofevigfiowcr a bye. 

DMamber 13~McKenalc vs. Cralg- 
Bmr: Oedar Ulu va. Uke HUl: 
atrawbernr Vate a bje. 

December as — Oralgfloerer va. 
Strawberry Vale; take HUI vi. Mc- 
Kensle; Cedar Hill a bye 

January 10- Oraigflowrr vs. Cedar 
HUI: McKenzie ts. Strawberry Vale- 
Ijike HUI a bye. 
January 17— fltrawberr . Vale va. 

Cedar HUI; lak* Hin vs cralg- 
flower; MeKentle a by« 
Played on grmmd of first named 
OIBLS* 8SN10R BASKBTBALL 

November 1 — Lake HIU va. Me- 
Kentle; Tolmle ea. "niUoura; Orug- 

I flower n bye. 

November R— McKenzie vs. TUU- 

cum: Tolmle vs 



mm\ TO 
OPEN FEB. 17 

Second A n n u fT I Empress 
Hotel Goli Classic Will Be 
Hekl at Colwood Golf and 
Country Qub 

MEET WILL He oy 

HANDICAP BASiS 



VieUkriaU rirH 
Winter PugiUtUr 
Show It Arrtmgod 

Victor; v - -t winter 
pugtiuti^ •h,.'^ nr iB» was 
ejeund late yesterday with 
the arrival here of tslegrama 
from AuBllii end Bishop. 
Seattle pronotera. that they 
wm be ^le m send boven 
bare for Saturday. Nbvam- 
bar S. 

Loaal bedMw wtip wQ ap- 
P«ar en the eard Inehide: 
Jumbo Davtes. Ted Bealsa. 

rhrt* T*nsdrtn and TJanny 

fHA' ,e KM Hr„hh,. for- 

" erl , ,r Port Alt-enM. tnjt now 
» rMident of Vletorls, wlU 
aUo appcAT on the mrA 



manager nf Mlrkev Walker.ir^™,"^-"- ^"l-'^^J** 
today served notice that h-- n-^t' "*^2SL2r5^4iiSL « ^ 

exactly satisfied with ti. -'-e ^ , Novembjr^ljr^ 

middlewrtgbt championship light a. , "'S'' ' "^^^.h^^ _ 

WMgkir iFWd. TtModay night. Ueu- ^ ^'-^ ■'''^^r ?i> -TUUeum-Tg. jEh«ig- 
tSSt jSk^^ Cloverdale Id. n«h tebool: 

SUte* navy, who has been dhoeen M'-K""'"" « ^ve 



as arbitrator- has gained papttltilty 

among fight fann here. 



One of hUi habit*, which ha.^ aided C-'^verdale u bve 



I>eremher -Tllllriim v« Mr- 
Kenjle, CralRflnwer vpt High School. 



Cralgflower: Lake 

Hill a bye . 

November 1 a — Cralgflower va. Lake ' 'o a large number of 
HUl; McXenMe ea. Mnte: TtUteum ^om many part^ or the 
a bye. 

NowMiber aa-TUMoum vs. Lake 
BUI: Cralgflower va. MCKemle; Tol- 
mle a bye. 

November 39— TUIlenrae va. Oralg- 
flower; Lake HIU vs Tolmle; Mc- 
Kenzie a bye. 

December 6— McKenUe vi. lAke 
Hill, Tiiiicum VI. Tolmla: omig^ 

flower a bye 

December 1 3 — TUUeua vs Mc - 
Kensle: CralRflower vs. Tolmle 
Uke HUI a byr 

Oeeember ao— Lake Hill vs. Cralg- 
flower; TDlmla va. McKenalg; TUU- 
cum a bye. , 

Januanr Id-Lafee HIU va. TUU- 
cum; MbKenale ve. Oralgflawer- 
Tolmle a bye. 

January 17 ■f/rHtRflnnfr Tiill- 
cum. Tolmle vs. Lake Hiu McKen- 
>ia a by«. 



TO OPtN TODAV 

▼faMa aod Ihmcan will Cla^ tm 
ffadnre at 



in this t>opulanty, U a lyntem of 
pointing out the winner of each 
round. This worked out well when 
Aoe Hiidklne. WaUnr*! ehaUenger 
wen a taehnloal kBoefcout over Joe 



December 13~~McKenxle vs. Clov- 
erdale; TUUewR va. nib Sohoei: 
Cralgflower a byw. 

i^embn ao — Cloveedala vs 
•r-raigflower; High Schaol vs. Me- 



In that fight Andaraonl*^*"^"' 'Hliicum a bye 



the nod only In the aeeend eee- 
slon Keanu opposea this, 

■We want only one derision for 
the fight, not len. ' the titleholder's 
manager romenfl* Kenn/idr has 
suggested tlial the decLtlnn t»e put 
up to the popular vote of fana on 
the night of the fight Clyde and 
Art Bttdklne. who are guldtng the 
deetltttai of the NabraakaWUdaat. 
are tn favor of the meChodi 



WtmOorort to Work Out 

All memben of the Oak Bay 
Wanderera Fttofball Club are m- 
()ueal«d to attend a praetlre to be 
hald today at t pjm. at tbe Oak Bay 



January 10 ci<»verdale vs. TlUl- 
cum: MrKenile vt Cralgflower- 
High Srhool a bye 

January 1 7 -Oralgflower vs. TUU- 
cum: High Scbogft vi. Otoeevdale: 
MeKsnsle a bye. 

rOOTRAM, 

November l—doverdaU va. TllU- 
eura; Tsknlg va. SkMriMl High 



daia; THUoag m 



ngh 



tS — Saanloti _ 
Behoel ve Olowrdale; TnUeun ve 
Tolmle 

Nov«nbsr n—TUUea va. Clever 



Jaefc Demgnf haada the Uat ef 
heavywelglil rHimplniiB ta fha mm* 
bar ol »ii>Bl»Mt9 aiw«t iHtfe a Kol 



dale 

Tolmle. 



ngh 1 



vs 



»— Cloverdale va Tol- 
Hlgh Sctuwl ra Tllll- 

• — Cloverdale vs Saan- 
m TWe 



The grass hockey eeaaon will get 
away Lhl.i afternoon at 3:30 o'clock, 
when Victoria clsshse with Duncan 
In the opening flxture at the Bea- 
con HUl cricket ground. TWO strong 
teams have been pieced and an in- 
:ere«tlng encounter le expeetMl 

The Victoria team wUl line up as 
follown Bird. Porter. Douglas. Hin- 
ton, wuiiams. Wlekelt. Hodgson. 
Dunbar. Parr, WtaUby and Lloyd. 

At Oak Bpr Park, at the same 
hour, the woaMtt eh* wfll hold a 
praotieei Anyone wishing le turn 

out Is mvtterl 

RUGBY PRACTICE 

The S9ta Canadian Soottldi eenlor 
and inf g nn s di a la Rugby (eame wtB 

hold a practice tomorrow at lO M 
o-clnck at the WUIowa. AD playm 
are adMd to loni out ' 



Hipley ExpUnB 



So many letten and m- 
quirlae have been roeelved 

by The Colonist and Oar- 
toesilst Riplev that "Rip" hae 
decided to an-^wer rmr of the 
brain twutera each dav r'>i- 
lowlng It* aptfearanre Yea- 
terday • wa* 

Carbolic actd b not an add. 
It U an aleotooL 



Victoria, on the aunitf goatben 
tip of Vaneouver ntand. wahnod by 
the Japanese Current and fdmed 

for Its all-year equable climate, WlU 
oiler emvineing proof of ita cli- 
matic advantages with the staging 
of the second annual aiipi ee s mid- 
winter golf tournament over tbe 
wjstaatod Oolwood oonraa nokt 
Febrvsry. 

The tournament will be played 
^^ntanr IT to February ». in- 
clusive. It was announced here yes- 
terday by H P. Matthews, general 

manager nf Western hotels. Canadian 
Pa-inc Raiiwsy. foUowlng a meet- 
ing with other Canadian Pacific 
offlreri tiirii.n which details of the 
midwinter fnnctton were carried out 
FoUowlng last year's initial efl-ort to 
establish winter goll on a touma- 
nuBA baila tba KnpresB tourney wiu 
agbtn offer convincing proof that 
golf otn be played with eosnlOrt In 
a Canadian reeort In the heart ot 
Winter and at a time when loa 
favored parte of the country ere 
firmly In the grip of King Zero. 
iMMt year s tournament damonstrat- 

golfers 
United 

States and Canada that winter play 
Is nor only powlble but enjoyable 
on the lower end of Vancouver 
Zsland. nwrefore bigger thhwe are 
aipeotod of tbe aecond midwinter 
tournament 

iMOK rmnx ust 

In addition to an impcwing array 
of medals the K. W. Beatty Chal- 
lenge Trophy win be at stake during 
the oomhig tourney, lo be oompeted 
for by amateurs playing under dub 
haodlcapa. The compeUttone an 

Sn to aU guests of the Empreas 
al and members in good standing 
of Victoria golf cluba There wOl 
be dlvLilnna fnr men and women, the 
qiiallfvlng round for men getting 
under way Ihe rnoniltig of February 
17. while the qualifying flight for 
women will commence In ttta after- 
noon of the same day 

The first sixteen In each class will 
form the championship flights and 
eighteen boles wUl be played dally 
thereafter until the flnals en 
reached. On ne ola t le n and other 
mghta iHU got nder way an ihe 
seeood day. 

OAK BAT BBtBRVC COOMB 

WhOe Oolwood oourve, rr.ted one 
or the flneet on the continent, wui 
be headquarters for the player*. Ihe 
aOHlier. but equaUy eporty Oak Bey 
oouree of the VictorU Oolf Olob, 
will be held In reserve should entrtM 
resch auch proportlona ao to madti 

use r mdM thUl OBO eoOlM 

naceasar}-. 

Abundant entertainment wlU be 
available for golfers, according to 
prellmlnarv arrangementa The Cm- 
pretu Hotel has been Increased tn 
size wtth the addition of the new 
adO-room wing and a new twilroom 
and eoneervatorv have heen opened 
The new ballroom will t>e the scene 
ef a grand ball Saturday erenmg. 
Fsbmary B. whan prises and the 
new Beatty Tretfcy will he priawiitg 
to a a 

Aiuahar o( Vtotosla's slineiihme. 
tbi ta mone Q rylal Owdei^ vttl 
provide noraatloB ftg 
■ea-watwr 
dancing 



Not only will the two erent bai-i- 
stormrrs of the royal and mctent 
game be out Hdd the Acalp.-. ol 
Lineham and Mairtcan to thcu 
long string of vlctone.'-., bu: they 
WlU be out to crush old Man Par 
The }a$Ui feat wtU bo aa bard a Job 
as any two goUtn ever attempted, 
for only'twtoe dnoe the course was 
construeted hae par been equaled. 
Walter Ptuwey aod A. B. Savory, 
two gflUars from the Sound dty. 
are the exponenU at the ddrwaya 
Uiat have traveiad the layout la 
perfect flgures. 

As this Is Hagen's last barnstorm- 
ing trip, he will go out to the 
I lengthy Inland Unk^t with Iwo am- 
bitions. Arst. lo emerge victorious 
' !n the malcb and secondly to tmash 
I the record of trie i-ourae Havlna 
played st (■ .'.txci three time> al- 
ready, "the HaiR knoas every hole 
pretty well ni\'-: * iir: efore. his 
chances of e.*,taljll*lilii« a new mark 
receives a flfty-nfty bet 

Smith will be the magnet who 
wUl attract, what li expected to be 
one of the largeit crowds ever to 
foUow aa Mh lM tt on match In thii 
city. Big last Winter perfonuances. 
his brilUaat showing abroad, where 
he oaptorcd the fteneh open, won 
hi* match In the R.vder Oup com- 
petition and finished weU up In 
the British open, places him In the 
hiALory boolu a.^ oite of the grtstest 
profeSAlonaLi >le'. "japed In golf's 
btetdry. 

HMITH S KFCORn I 
He started hU remarkable tn ' 
wuming 'he Likluhoinii open In 
November. IBJS, wirli a score of 398. 
His tournament record followa: 

Oklahoma ope»>wWoii WlOl BN; 
priae. 11.000. 

<fcenn open * pflrttaad) —Had 
seventh: priie, |70. 
Ronoluhi open— .Thbd; prtie. 1760. 
Sacramento opgi^ Tied fonrth; 
prlaa. $im 

Catalina open — Won with M 
(short course): prise. $800. * 
La Jolla open —Second, prise. 9400. 
Sen Diego open— Second ; prL*e 
»400. 

Long Besch open — Tied third 
prise, $300 

Paaadena open Ptfteenth; prize 
tiO 

Los Angeles open - Tied fourth; 
pflae. 9400. 

EL Paeo open— nfteet>th: oiit of 
money. 

Baa Antonio open— Second; prlae, 
•790. 

Hot Springs— Tied for Brat; beat- 
en in play-off by BUI Mehlhom. 
Second: prlae. $000- 

Penxacola open — Won with 374; 
I prize, taoo. 

I Beilaire open— TValftti; nrlaA nS. 
Port uyara— Wbn with aoi pm. 

I «&00. 

La oorre apen^Woo wttti 302; 

prise. tS.OWl 

Plorlda open < Jack son vlUaV-^rtn 
with 2M. prize 11 000. 

North and South open 'Plne- 
4turat»— Won with 2ftS. nrtae, |7M) 
BritMh ope»— Twooly-nMrth; out 
of money- 

Vtandi prafaeiloaat la Paris— 
Wen wtth tnt pklaa. WOO. 

Oeman epn hi BeiMu S a uun d; 
prlae. OtOO. 



Officials Are Blind 
in Every Sport 




Mrs, Bennett and 
Mrs, Lpp Cnptttre 
Hidden^HolePlay 



Mra Bennett won Bie Claee "A" 

hidden-bole eompf^lfion plsved at 
the Colwood Onlf riuh yeitwday 
with s net score of 25 i-i Mrs J K 
Lee capiured ihe honors In Clsaa 
"B."' with a net M 3-3 The hidden i swered 
holes were 3, 7 l». l», 17 Mrs on the neld were 
Ptank BayUs donated Ihe pnaee. |aMli^a la^lJ^' 



Br A I. DRMARM- 
IPsrwMT rUrher Sw9 Vorfc UUu\Ui 
To the u f-ntfe follower of football, 
the game ttppeum so Intense and 
strenuous that there Is not much 
chance for humorous gltuaUone^ But 
football hae Its la«0H Ihe mm aa 
beeebaU and golf. 

«in Ibli one on Pop Warner: 
Bafeea a gaeie ene day . k was dls- 
coveted that the mknok naigm aod 
Bald ittdge w«e m hand, but po 
linesman. 

"Wherw's the thMMter* aift^ ma 

rt\-al roach 

I didn t. get one." Warner aa 

I thniighl 



American oi>en «[ Wiiiwrd F>k>: 
TeuUi. prisc. 9150, 

Canadian ojien at Montreal 
seventh: \kiu-. t5o. 

Westrrn open at Milwaukee 
Second, prise, 1300. 

Oicat Lakes open— Tied fourth, 
prize %'2m 

Mid- West p.a.A. Qhiunpionihlp— 
Won with 141: priaa, 9100. 

This record shows that In twelve 
niontlL',. Smltli pertlrlpaled ii; 
twenty-.^even medal piny conii"''!- 
tionr. and that he won nine event.* 
and had nvr sec^l^d^, nnd thai lie 
failed to finish In the mnney tn only 
two events, the British oin-n and the 
V Paso opra. His w-iiininK.> rnnged 
ftom 990 to OOjOOO. the uig prize be- 
bi« paid at La Oavoe. In Mlanil 
Beach. Plorlda. 

TWO «6 S IN A ROW 
One of the lealiu'es of hLo plav 
waa his winning of the French open 
at Bt Cloud on May as. when he be- 
came twen^-one years of age. He 
was presented with a birthday cake 
by the PVench. On the opening day 
of this louraaaient Smith • played 
the st Cloud course twice in 06, 

Besides these twenty-aeven medal 
play t.iurnarTirnt.* Smith p;Hyed In 
til" AnK^iican pi u(cA.Manal niatt-h 
play champiomliip. where he went 
to the (^inl-flnal.i and won $300 
He also parUclpated in The York- 
shire Evening Newa match play 
tournament at Leedi, Kng.. when 
he was beaten In the eeoond round 
and won 978. 

His record xhnw« tha' nu* nf 
twenty- nine tounuinin t.' l .r v. ><n 
money In twenty-seven, a uratut to- 
tol of $IK.B70 

Smith is really the youthful pluto- 
crat ol golf. Besides hl.t big tourna- 
ment winnings, he has played with 
Hagen ae a partner, and dngly doee 
to one hundred exhibition matches, 
which have made him a laire stmi, 
, and he Is hkflwlee aeeodatad with 
!h'' L A Young Company, of De- 
trnif, u lipeclal repreaenUUVB. and 
a sperial writer for the King FVa- 
turefi, Inr 

For a boy of twenty-one, Kmlih 
has gotten off the mark m KCHid 
shape and bids fair to keep nin- 
nlng weU for many, many yeartt 
THE LOC.4L PLAYERS 
bvlng dealt in deUU wilti the 
two visiting pros, their opponenu 
must be considered next Bob Mor- 
rison, dty champion, and dub tlUe- 
holder at the Uidands OoV Club for 
the past two years, le one of the best 
ma.'^hie manipulators lo Jump to the 
rront Li) the Capital Olty'e history 
Tliat he ge!»; disunce from the tees 
wtiji ilearly proven when Archie 
Oompston and Aubrey lloomer. 'he 
two great British pro«. plaved 
Uplands. Hole after hole he amaAbrd 
out tremendous driven that made 
Bhgland's best alt up and lake no- 
tloe. MOCTlion^i hen aad nwhio 
woilt la a treat to took at. wtdle hla 
putting touch Is uncanny. 

His partner. Harold Lineham, 
runner-up for the rity crown, u a 
great mat^h snd medal player He 
has t)een practising diligently for 
the past week with Morrison, and 
each day ihelr best ball score bag 
broken the sevtbty aaark by ono or 
two strokes. 

Hagen and Smith have been tour- 
ing since their return from Europe 
In June They wilt plsy their last 
match of the present tour at Yaki- 
ma on November 3. and on Novem- 
ber 6 Smith will iwall with the dele- 
gation of .American prulesskmals for 
Honnlulti to '-nmpele In the SfeWSl* 
tan open rhamplonshlp. 

HAOEN TO TOUR 
Walter Hagen will go to Holly- 
wood, where he wUI make instruc- 
tional golf pictures during Novem- 
ber, and In February expects to saU 
for New Zeeland and Australia, 
when he Is engaged to play twenty 
cKhlbltlone. Be wlU sCo^ m Honolulu 
to catch the Aorangl front fliet port 
for Auckland. He wU) be partnered 
on his Australian tour by .roe Klrk- 
wood. and will play the first matrh 
at Auckland on February 39. appear- 
ing at Wellington. Pebniary 30. and 
ChrUtchurch. February 27. On Feb- 
ruary as they intend to «aU for Aus- 
tralia, where they wlU play in aU of 
the prtndpal cittaa 

thk «m b« Hhian'ft fltit vMt to 
AuelraUa. and tnaemudi aa he has 
won the British open champlaBahlp 
four times, hL« vinit there Is expected 
to create n Rreat deal of Interest 
among golfers Haifen expect* to re- 
turn to AmertrH toward the end of 
April, and if. now underided an to 
whether he will defend Ms British 
ohamploQshlp at Hoylake in June 
or net atthmigh it la aNva than 
Ukaly be wm be then. 

Cochran Cut$ Oerman$ 
Lead In BiOiard Match 

new' toiuc oot aft^wauar 

Oochnn made aa apgndaMo oM 
today Into the Mg lead Whkb BMO 

-HagenUcher. German MUlard sUr 
had rolled up on him tn their S.00O- 
point 19 2 balkline match. Tonight, 
after te^n blocks ot play. B^^OBlaeiwr 
led bv ,1 (too polnU to 3.9>3. 

rtiK nferiii^-n ("Jochran rolled up 
bli poinu while Hegenlacher w»s 
gettlag 900 la ten Innings. Ooehran 
bad a high nm of 119 and Hagen- 
laehar one a< M. 

Tonlghl ITagealsrhar won by IM 
to sa hi four Inn i ag a naganlanhai'a 
MgB ro n was 399 to 99 for O eatoan. 

RDonr ppyrpoNED 

Th e flddHHOI rugby match 
aa h a drt ad far tfaii eftemooo. at 
Umu Ttatala. botwoM the Ualver- 
al» Old Boya aad the (XntvonOby 
Beheot ttnt flrtaaa. haa barn peao- 
penad an aeoeuat of hard _ 



Tim naooh wID ha glayod laMi 



THF DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA. EC -\T! K'M.\^^ mCTuJ^!".K J'-, \'^20 



11 



SENIOR RUGBY WILL OPEN HERE ON NOVEMBER 9 



Commercial Hockey 
Teams to Commence 
Operation Nov. 22 

Pliinle>r& Ritchie. Western Steel Prududs, 
Jones Bros, and Navy Will Comprise League 



Local Amateurs to Play U.S. Pros Today 



F'i'-i '.'•aiiLs .Pliml<y fi Ritchie 
fS'i wBTf" champlonB, Jones 
bi oUiets. WMlsm Steel Producta 
and tlie Navy will comprtM tbe Com- 
mercUtl Hockey Lsafltu thl« year and 
hU four ■qoads win cwloc Into action 
on Mcnretnbar SI, the ^ta etoOMn lut 
ii^iht at a iDMttM « tlM «l|PUtto« 
ai>cl t<->ni repMMMIVM INU M«t 
Y MCA 

I wo or lut year*! teanu. the Rink 
Hiir.i afiil P1'7 s liavf- dropped their 
frain hi,'.' iiii't vt.!. ii'i! h- .-.ffii oil 
tfif he thJ.'' ii' Ifdst V.'ni>. i 

fotjf ..c-juad l*>'">p. hin'kfv ot a bfiiii 
c«iib.'<- than previous aeasoiu. wUi. 
undoubtedly. UUU pbto* «Mi nwny 
a merry itnitfte to e*peuted to be 
wltneased before tbe chcmpa are 
declared. Player* who perfonned 
witli ntJE'K and the Rink Rata have 
'!ifined on the dotted Une mostly 
wuh the Western Steel and Jooea 
HiMtJitrrs, 

i'!in.!r\ .V: RlichlP. who walked 
(itr iir'i Hi' ^lU'crware and title for 
tlip pfiat two yeari, will hook up 
witii the Navy in the opening game 
while Uuy Will be foUowed on the 
naau iiMim br WMtatt W ajikym- 
Kus JtmM Btottitiik Mo nffir ntrtlii. 
The initial battl* iriO i<t uadar 
way at 7:30 o'elodE tad Uw •teaoA 
m teuttalv. - 

QASA<» VBAMS PLAT fIBIlr 
,OwM» League officials attanded 
tM mwriin and statad. th»t owloc 
to practically all the othM- nlghle 
of the rink being taken up they 
•*<\\i\r\ bf* forced to play their Barnes 
-iiiiu iil^'h' 'AS Cniurr.'-n-.i . 

After a lengthy dlacuASion 
:'■ UH derided that from 8:30 o'clock) 
Niuii the appolntad time for tbei 
iirst CdAniMMl fUDa. two aara«aj 
i.^agiie taama woultf have poowrioo 
of the slippery surface The tlpie 
of the second game between two 
more nquada from the same drcult 
will be derided later by tte MQf*- 
tarleft of t)ie iwo leagues. 

Mayor ]Ierb«>rT Amcorab was 
iinanlmoiuly elrt-ted as honorary 
prwident of the rMtnmerrial LeuHue 
and in all probability wUJ oftlrtate 
at the opening games. 

The league wlU operate under pro- 
fawkmal rulaa and Alan Tuckwell 
wa* appntttad h offlBlia rtfam, to 

W^jrf*^ k« Bakifa Aloaok aftd 



Perry FltJHlmmoii.s ReaAon tlckata 
nia> l>f xrurrtl lioni rhe varlou. 
team inanagerN m h\ iipplvlng at 
Pllmley & RlUiu*- Vip» sirt-r! flie 
publicity end wllt oe looked after 
by Percy Watson ^nd Albert RusKeii 
Team naanagen are as (oUows. 
"Had" aehmettB. PUmley & fttteUa; 
Pvod eandUord, Sr.. Jooat Brottien; 
Western Staal Produota^ Dave Nkol. 
The Navy^ mvsm Haa nol^wt been 

tifinird 

CHAPMAN STARS 
AS PEDEN BROS. 
DEFEm.P.S. 

Youthful Centre Drops 
Home 14 Points as Team- 
mates Win Game 26-22 
—Keating Down s Nav y 

r 

AXIOMS DOUBLE 
OPPOiyEIVTS* TOTAL 



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Pfif'ii Brai.t KaaUng and Axioms 
> >«t£r Leama Were cre(Ut«d with vic- 
tortaa at 'Ihe Victoria Wth School 
gymnaainm laa( night In a three- 
game programme stayed by the 
City Bukethall League. Peden Bros, 
humbled 0P.8.. 26-23. Keating de- 
feated the Navy. 16-16, while the 
Axloma women's "B" quintette dia- 
pOMd of KeaUng by a W-8 soon. 
CBAFBIAN STARR 

"Chuok" Chapman, fiery haired 
youthful cnitre for Prden Bros . waa 
the sensation in hiK team ^ 26 'J2 
victory over Ernie HarwoLKl,* CPS. 
hoop.iler.^ ';'hapni.-in flmpped the 
leather Ikwiic for sevt-n field basket*, 
fourte**!! polnt.^ mdr" thnn half of 
the total polnt.i registered by his 
taammatfA 

Canadian Puget Sound, who had 
an off-night wltb UMr Aootb^. 
were outplayed by 1t$ jvmtHtnl 
Mca<qutaitaCta. and bavi no allbtt 
to <aur let ttiotr defeat. Demlte ito 
fut that they bald a two-point lead 
at the haU-time interval, when the 
board read: CPS, 14, peden Bros.. 
12; they were rastly outclai^srtl In 
the earlier stages of Uie second half. 

Peiieii Bros, dropped in bs-'iket 
after basket, and assumed a ten- 
point lead. However, after a couple 
of subetltutlons late in the game, 
Ci*.8. b^an to run np a few polnta, 
but the wUttte aonndad with their 
loul four ahovt of Padao Bzoi. 

Jack Taylor and Bin Blair han- 
dled the game, and the teams were; 

Peden Bro!« ctiapman il4i. 
HocUng (4>, White (6), Little. R. 
Peden, T. Peden and S Moore ij). 

C P 8-— Butler <6>. Vlggeis, War- 
nock, Slew SkimnK.i '101. Wod- 
dndge. Davis i4) and Fagerberg <2i 
NAVY GOES INDKR 

A(ter belnti on the ^hort pud of .\ 
I2-fi =i-i>r'' M' the rfincluMoii nl Ihr 
nr«it half. Na\v ragers rallied and 
came wUJjin an kce of pulling their 
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Seventy-Two Entered in 
Upkinds Handicap Golf 

Large Field Will Seek Handsome Trophy 
Tomorrow — Draw and St irtini^ Times for 
Opening Rounds Are Announced 



Ctty lAi 



nitf mnner-iip, mpeettvety. who wOl be paired againit Walter HageATBItBHBl OkM>n thanipion, atui Hurtun Smith. PVench ilUe- 

ing at 1 30 o"clo<:k. Both Morrison 
agalrwl the noted visitors 



holder. IB aa alghlaan-hole exhlUtton match at the Oolwood Oolf and Country Club this afternoon, pmunen 
and T i llW i h a M have been idaylnff aound (OU and an expected to gtve a good account or themselves 



Tbe final score was U-U in favor 
of tbe aubnitanltaa. O. UicbtU. 
1^ l«n polaCa. led ttw ■coma. 
oioMtr foUoirad hr oeatU with 



am Stetar nftooed Md fh* Mum 



KflftMnv— a. Bates (0>. MlcheU 
(in, Stymo, W. Bates <3t. c. Cun- 
nlniAiain, A. Bkklord and 8. Btok- 
fced. , 

UeDODald, Pm, Robbuon 
(3). XJooald («), UaHlek. Stime, 
Ban- (S) and McRat, 

AXIOMS wm ' 

Axlome women's "B" cagers 
doubled the aocre on Keating, 
winning It-i. Jean MUHoan. with 
nine polnta Co bar oradlt, waa llu 
high aoorcr In a aloaa-chacklng 
baWa. 

Blair nteread and tba touiu 




Axlooii-^. MItHran <f A. Ames 
(l>..X^M«Mtona, O. Andswaii (ti. 
B. IPanaer («». B. Battial O) and o. 
SUpa. 

Keating— A. Btgran (2). O. Toung. 
H. ScuU. D. Handle (», N. Seutt. 

P Anderson and V Hnndy <4V 

MANY TRIPLE WINNERS IN 1*04 

The 1»04 ^Rmr.i offered a field 
day fcir thf hnnie bredn at St. LouU. 
Besides the triple triumphs of Hahn 
and Iwry. Barry Hlllman romped 
off with the aoo-metre hunUes. 400< 
metre httnnee and 400-metre run. 
while Jim Ughtbody led the pack 
In the BOO, l,S00-nietre nun and 
SJKM-metre stee|4eehaae. Peertem 
Mel Sheppard cHme through In the 
1008 meet at Loiidrjn three vlr- 

lorlefl. taklnti the 800 and 1 500 flat 
rHcei Eti well ftp tltil«hlnB fimt In 

the 3.000-meire team race. 



cmoAOO. Oct. Bi - rmuKi er noru 
netai «t L«tonli lodar fallow 

nrat rM»— Bt> turluuci 

AlliSleaee 40Ml«-t m.De U.e» M.es 

Oav. AeH (Msali ....v.. ... i.is i.ss 
Vhutla nttswBftW SiS 

T'm' I la Alaarmn Utii« Kut. Zurich! 
Ctii7 lurvu^, teir win. Uanm. t«« 
Cooper. Had OleroL Msd aur, Oiuuu* 
ScrauihMir HortaB OaUvsU, OelV W , 
UKDoeUtft. rmassrsaaie. unda AteiMr. 
DgUr a»th. 

ejeoiiS rsM—au tnrlMiss: 

ObfttUr Black (Brysnii - . .ISJO IS M II M 
IfkarMua >C MT»ri> 4 tto a M 

Hot 8lir>t 'Rtji*«ll> I W 

TUB«. I 11 a-a Alao ran nnnaUi. Judta 
Uurphr. aoralehed: ReUlat. 

Thlre nwe One mtti: 
weod Riw tpintunr) .laoe lai* H m 
Til* aeaator iAnd»raan> ... Clt 3 no 
Dark Kntrr <n«acrU' sun 

Ttmr. ):4T 1-9. Alio ran YnuMM^ii 
Wldcis. Son ef Vella. Wtlllni, Wr.rt. *''*. 
Roushncck. Mrna. BcratcltM. Ad* Klt'r 

Pourtlt ra«c— ail rurhMS*: 
Camp Ami iPlntwrtrt . . .MM tt-St tl 

Duahr Ualdan (IfMl) #.0* S OQ 

niur Am* (Crvmp) . , . . 3 M 

Tifflf. 1 ATM ran Mlnnv P . Ulaa 

LiOtta. Baca Orand*. Mini Plunsvr. noral 
eport. PlarrhlU. Jama* 14 . Dnnntcan. 
Uri rrwlrr actitchvil rtuAsa Btar. 
ftaramafaha. Bp«DUll Jaekt VaUwSa, Bud 
Ohariion, Buitllne, 

Firui t«c«' MDt and oae-elsliUi: 

Davon inttXt laSS 

HdHmS aiockinaa 'HoC»r) 

Tim^. i iti-i M»n ran Broadalda 
eixh rarr M.ir and ntie-aUlMttUl' 
<lr>ni] Kins 'Bandoii . ll4.St taOB H M 
Uli.r Tr>reti <OhU«a< ... S4S S.H 

Elrvrn Slili' 'Brranf s,m 
Tlm». I » 1 » AUn run IJ* . jij L. BMl 
81u«. Mlaa Lei- StraUrM'd Clover Clob. 
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mil Raa. OeralalMd; lOBli Mara. Dr. 
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Bavmth raca— Mil* and an aUbib; 

Oontn SacMd 

Boidar Chlaf 

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Ma«u/ Walter 

MUle Kid 

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Play In the Uplands haadkap 
competition for the bsndwne CTp- 
landa Oup. now held by Vk. araT> 
itn. wfll start tomorrow with a Held- 
of seventy-two seeking the honors. 
Hic competition wUI oonslat of sev- 
(Mtv-two holes of medal plav .<imi 
fiiil handicap allowances, and the 
thlrt> -.'.i>; low !«x)rr.% at the end of 
the first two rounds will enter the 
Mnal rounds. Prises for the beat net 
on each thlrty-eU and fw the beet 
groBS for Uia aeveatv-two betaa, wUl 
be otfarad In addMOoa to ttw main 
prise. 

The diaw and atartlug Untoa fol- 
low: 

t-M Tamea Hacmavaa and O. T. 
Banfleld. 

1:80— W. K. ueoartar and L. C. 
I^yttofL 

•:S4--A. O. nok and J. A. Oddy. 

8:3»~I>r. C N WMnood U0 R 
a MacKflRde. 

stock. ^ 
«:4»-AUBn oratt. and K. a 

BtlglMl. 

«M-H. A- Dane and a. Part- 
rldie. 

8 M- n 

Frank 

fl W 
P-villA. Rr 

i 0? S J 
don 

0 06- It. MorrlAon 
; moTuLB - - - 

9 10— A. P. Green and T. W. Tay- 
llor. 

B:l«-W. Turabull and a Bandall. 

B:18— S C. Trerlse and A. E, 
James, 

0:22— M, BrynJollAon and R, Foii- 
Ils. Jr. 

0:a6~P. McQueen and H B 
Combe 

9:30—0. R. Naden and C. A Wil- 
liams. 

»:S4— E. Hanbury and J. H. Mc- 
Oconell, 



V James and J. K 

H Newcombe and R. 



Halb. and U M Oor- 



10:80—7. A Mbrnonald 
Wooderort. 

10:14— W. Pomeroy and A. <h 
Uaekle. 

10:M— J. L. kfclntyie and Jainea 
•Stewart 

10:48— George Lelth and W. 
Qukyle. 

10:4d— V. R Oravlln and A D. ' 
FlDdlay. 



and P. Ed- 



1 iir U luted HLates Bureau of 
Flaberles plans to distribute this 
year a total oC 650.ooo.ooo finh and 
sfgs. or on an avenge of ilxly-ftva 
fUh Cor each of Ihe csttanatad 10,- 
000^ flsherawL 



0:38—0. B. Carr and R. A. flonplgi 

9:43— Major O O. Altken and L. 
Olaaan. 

9:40— C, W Brooke aiKl W. WII- 
kle, 

9:ftO-D A Macdonald add J. 
Savldent 

8:64— W. H, Munsle and E. J, 

Simpson. 
8:68— A Florence and F. O. Brme 
10:88-«. 4* THiiHHfV»|tt.#ack 

10:08-J. B. Lambert and ftank 
H. Partridge. 

10:10- T R Hendershot and W 
L. WoodhouAC 

10:14- W. O. Lelth and C Morrl- 
BOn. 

10 : 18— B H Aaroivan «iid H. 
Barnes. 

10:n— C, Bryn>olf!.on and Oen. a 
8. TuxTord. 

10:88— Walter Newcombe and 
Oaone PteUy. 



After letting Old Man Par get 
the best of him for tbe Onrt nln*. 
WUttr Ghmvlln. popular pgoCas- 
tfonal at the UptaadB €Mf Olub. 
aHUad down on the irBifim route 
on bio lUBw count yealantasr aftor- 
noon and tonad Ml-. Par toto tba 
deepeot trap aatf mm oiMeiM 
in wt& a 80, wttWt wtth Ui » on 
the Initial jouxaar, (Ave btan a 
brilliant 08. 

Oravlln started off bf gotaiff over 
par on the first two holaa, but 
parred the next aU holes In auc- 
ceesion and then received a bad 
break on the short ninth. Hla (80 
Khot landed In a frui: and filial)' 
took A live, two o\er par. 

After parrlng the long tenth, he 
biRged hi.i (irst birdie on the next 
hole by getung a deuce, A five, one 
nvrr perfect figures, wax the best 
he could do on Uie twelfth, but 
from then on i\f unlooeed some of 
the prsttlest g<^ exploded on a 
local links for some time. Of the 
next aU boles OravUn oagad three 
Mrdlas, one eagle and two para. Ha 
whistled for his blMlas on the doc- 

|leg fourteenth, alxteentti and 
neventecnih and hla aafia or iba 
eighteenOi aoA all anavand to hla 

I caU, 

I On the alghtaenth. Oravlln 

1 smashed out a beautiful drive and 
; did equally well with liu Kpuon on 
■ hl8 second shot, which came to a 
I halt atKMit twenty-nve feet past 
the flag. However, his putter was 
behartng perfectly and the putt 
I was holed- HLt K-ore on the loat 
nine breaka the old record by two 
I strokes, while bis elghteen-hole 
{total IS one over the course n-.^ik. 

Oravlln waa aocompanied by 
Charlie PUlMpi and LonmiMa P.. 

Johnston. 

His cart ftOows: 

I Out J 5 4 S 4 4 8 4 ft— a> 

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• Makes Kffort to Recover 
B'rom Thursday's Debacle 



to ft immy ptmttfaad Hook m«M 
todftgr. FUitlur Iftrse scale UqukU- 
Moto had to be ab«orbnl. but powtr- 

111 luuKi .iini iiurtcfl huge buytiut 
r-rdcre Jiii.. n,r madnt Ktel price* 
b^On to waver 

Trading reaciied fflganUc propor- 
tions for a ii'iic bill In the late 
U'urs i.I [!«• .-.-...iMri Ulf tide of 
M'MltlM^l' ij rapi.IJj Lrwan to tbb and 
at IV ■ U. k( ,1, ui .:\ man 

6 823jao ahari-.-i iess ii»an lialf yea- 
tcnlay's MttggcriiiB turnover of 
13.804.600 

CaU money h«>Ld at 6 per cent all 

day. 



vrmw YOWC Oct 25 -stable rwtiwniVAHftMMtM dmm Ittn 
pnoag and ordntr tndlac ntunwd | ttmtanML 

OkMng piloea ««r» arm. wbile 
wnral hniwyWii touiea were mod- 
ermtaly Iswar. Otllii ctf 3 to 9 poUita 
predomlBftted Uuvnvbout the list, 
wtth ft Urn gftliw running from to 



Price* rose rather generally from 
1 to nearly 20 poiata In an up(um 
Bt the opfnln*; which appeared to 
t» ar<-eir.'iit--i I- , . hort covering. 
TIirrp.ift."r lH.w.'v->r. Uii- borkwa«h 
I r i'. wfakcn^Hl iiiarKUial iutwintvs. 
pruIU LiiXlng b\ iradprs who bought 

at yattenSay's luiv irn-L, for a turn, 
and by InveatM^ who. Lhrouxhlj* 
i h ft tmw d, welconted the higher 
Imia to unload, aeni price* substan- 
tlftDy Imr. Laa^lng itiarea failed 
to ID man than a few polnU 
MeirjMftlday's cloalng. timvever, 
ftirnqppart waa qiilek to appear 



to ai pomta. Bte^ Anvloan 

Oan. Amarlaan TricpboM. GbM- 
paake * Ohla Fox FOm and North 
Amerleaa wm among sbftcea allow- 
ing kxaea of a to 4 potaUa So u Bhftr n 
Poctflc sagged on a lM« tavotCbte 
September earnings report, and 
International Hanw-irr drcpped 
were ,' about 6 pctlntji A liandf ul of vola- 
tile sliarrs \howe(l wide InmfB. run- 
ning to IH txiirita tn J- I. Caaa. 

InduBtriA] Alcohol Khot up 31 
pointa, iind AUu-Chalmen, Amer- 
ican Bank Note. American Tobacco. 
Colorado Fuel Com Products. Baat- 
man Kodak, (.fxxlyear and Piun 
Aniertcaii werr fciii> im' Lsfiuc* clDslim 
about 4 U) 10 [K>l:u- higher Radl>j 
New York Cnilral in'l .Standarrl u.' ; 
New Jfrsey rcae 2 i/> .1 ix>lius 

Foreign exchan^fps 
to ng. SterUng cables fell batk 
■bfMit quarter of a point and Uic 
Canadian dollar (ell tp % Qtw lov 
for the year. £>8,8fic. 

Under leademlup i>r Ubertlea. 
which enjoyed .a snventment 
demand. t>ar.<! \\\\' ■- - hk>r(1rned. 
The tone of Uie murket ilwwcd 



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Mollud— IOlBT. 

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Marlin Rorkaall 
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w.'n iiervoiiA ajidfrraUc. A bulge In 
Ui^ nininlng on the better coi.ai- 
Cloru In the security .s market waa 
met by wave of *erniMarv Uquld- 
aU'Hi which carrlrd pur-vs down 
filutiijly. nlthotigh guud buying ai>- 
peared on the break 

There wu aonie covering by those 
who Btdd on the K.i^k. close at 
'511 Uverpool. the laiior .said Ui be due 
in t'il> ■■'ifJ^ m the way 

at a of Closing spreadA, and also pur- 
ls 4 •ohaaei credited to caah Intereeu 
probably eo?crtng flour aales en th» 
u 3 1 break yeatenAy. Buyb« thenftrter 
waa rather perslatent. and there 
woa a late bulge to abote yaBterday'i 
close on buytng Induoed by tbe 
bullish news {rem iwUa and abort 
covering. 

Baport guying on the break o( 
yeiterday waa of good propoctUau. 
The seaboard estimated the buslneas 

at 2.000,000. moeUy hard «mters 
snd some Manltobas 
■ippTflred better 

considerably higher, although no 
news of special Import wsa feno- 



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UlOMMDS AtteiltiOR - • 

to (hr aturly of mints, oila ana graioi (hroagh ftaM men <ta 
lialioBl iMffs and trained boardr^m offlciali. enable, u< »o 
o«ir an h»iWaaed brokerave service that serve, e.ch ol ovir 
ttient^ inrlnidually. 

MINES OILS ORAINt INDUfTRULl 

Sdlltfita9.Mtlle &GaJid. 

Ill flprt Street PhBMB DM . 3S8t 

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eimmona Co. ......... 

piiMlair Coni 

9 Cal C4tH>n 

BnuihTi* ParlAc , . . , . 
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f«t L««l« ft Baa Fran. 
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fill rnvrr ft UsBI 
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Wtatina Btaciale 
Whita Motor .. . 
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71 The lijen .ntcrest in wheat de- 
'i?"! o"ly about tlx million in yea- 

terday's heavy ;iqmdatian. and still 
Is large. We consider inadvisable to 
toke ft definite poBtUoa m tte mar- 
ket at present ' 

Com UOaA to ahow the samf ri.-- 
ffiw of Btrength aa yesterday, bui 
offertaga were light and the market 
doied Mcher In lympathy with 
wheat. Itie Spring demand ean> 
tinued to Improve, aalee at om 
380,000 budiels bellis reported wUb 
the spot beals iteadr to a mue 
higher. 



Stabilization 
Marks Market 
Says If hitney 

fBraassa. BrSaw * oa. ud » 

Whitney, of the WaU Street Pl- 

nendftl Scrviop. trxlay say. 

Teaterday's se«ion was devoted tn 
lU enUrety to a period of stabUlaa^ 
Uon, which Is aa It should be, aa In 
beln« caued on to take somewhere 
?^elgn news "ve and six mUIlon shares 

Buenoa Aires was " owhanglrnf liquidation nothing 



LocbI Cash Market Is 

Quiet— Business Will Be 
GNicentrated on Pool — 
Heavy Supplies Held 

UTTLE DEMAND. 
FOR COARSE GRAINS 



Ws Fiinith Accurate Market 
Forecasts and Profitable . 
lavMtmit CoMHiel 

BRANSON, BROWN & CO., ITOe 



Ctntral Bldg, Vktoria, BJC, 




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I MONEY MARKET 

I LONtX3N. Oct If, - Monev. 5 per 
;oant^ Dtaoount ratei Short bills 
8 7-8 per -eent; three monOu' bUls 
per cent. 

AT NBW VOmK 



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satis/acu«7 could have been 
nhUttted ttaan the felatlvely stable 
prIOB levela at which these atocks 
Uhm, I thiBk that the tint 
hour or the next leaUon will be tuf- 
flcient to complete this sbaorptlon 
snd that with the L-ompletlon the 
laat hour will clearly show the Ini- 
tial evidt-iu-es (!f the rally. ThU rally 
will be Uie next de%'elopment to 
follow. Tlir fciablli/atlon parlod of j *>oih 
Uil6 rally, as prevloujlj stated. Is Ea»I 
parfeotly capable of oanjing the in- 
dustrial averages up swne 2S points 
or more from the bows or the day 
and Is the reaaon why you were told 
to avoid aacrindng stocks by Join- 
ing In with the panicky llquldatloa 
or midweek The oils have not wait- 
ed for the generil market to start 
their rslly. but used yesterday to 
start theim. Thla slLuaUon applies 
to the ralla. I nvr no reo-snn to altrr 
the opinion that it i*h.i r« thesr twu 
gronpa that we must look for the 
Buat wbataatlal advances 'luitn^ 
Che taatance oT the year, and again 
t repeat the advice to conoeoteftta 
your commitments pretty mfSl In 
thffm. Whllp the call rate yesterday 
did not drop to 5 per cent Is simply 
due to the h^nvy wltlidrawals by 
the so-called out.sltle lendem. who 
after wtthdrawinji the money 
showed what they thought of the 
market by promptly placing the 
withdrawn fund.^ inio securltlea 

If the eautlon ia needed It \r sini- 
pljr to repeat that there arr pifniv 
Of lore spots yet to be cleaned up, 
ao dont tatpoot too much tmtfenn- 
ity tn the way oT ad%Bnee until the 
' completion of a three or four-weefc 
period of atabUixaUon. which stabU- 
iMtlon. however. I beUve will start 
In tomorrow and t>e accompllahed 
on a gradually rlAlne Kcale 

Roysl Dutth back to the 

prices prevailing in the fint day s 
market Amssh. and U Kolng to show 
nothing Is to be feared from the new 
stAck Issue. wtUch. as previously 
stated, la prlmBrtly for European 
eoneumpUML Bey II snir pIbob tin* 
der 80. 

standard OU of Kew Jenny Is a 
buy any place imder IS. end the bal- 
ance of the Ust rtpeetedty eet forth 
here within S or I pointa of last 

night's closing prkM. The rails are 
thus far advorx^nt Ih a sufficlenlly 
moderate way to permit nf your 
purchasing those prr-.icni.sly men- 
tioned wltliln a 3 or ;i point range 



'BistiKHi, Brown ft Co. LU.t 

wiNNIPKCi Ort 2.-> — Wheat waa 
nervous and frratlc today, and 
whll^ xhfir wii.t further liquidation 
giilnti on t|-.r lIptll!■^.^, the oSerlnga 
decreased '■•n \y. eak.'. Opening 3 to 
2 3-6 higher, bulLs heliiK fi,c(juraged 
by Liverpool being slruuger than 
due. and the atrangth In Buenoe 
Aires. Thert me Blao ooma lood 
I buying by exportera Bad aeaboBrd 
hoiiMs agunat ovemlcbt ealoB, 
which were estimated at 1,800M) 
buAheln of Canadian wheat, while 
some American hsrd Winter wheat 
waA also worked On the opening 
bulge the market again met an- 
other wave of heavy selling, most 
of which appeared to come from 
Che buyera ot yeBterday on tbe ex- 
treme break, and Uie market told 
off from 4 a-4 eeota to fl centa, the 
May future being the weakeat 
month, but good buying again ap- 
peared, and while the market acted 
nervoualy a good upturn from bot- 
tom levela was made. 

The local caah market waa very 
quiet The export business that Is 
being worked by shippers who have 
taeBvy stock.-^ In ihr F.nsi. ai.d ihey 
ye no t replacing their fce.les, not 
eeuuut to have my nooks east or 
the Iftkee aner the doge of navl- 
gattoo. Tills la «*rif^ few tbe 
fact that the ahlppnf de tSt inSt. 
to pay the Interest ehargea durlW 
the Winter, and to the raet that tne 
pool have very heavy supplies of 
old and new wheat In the 
and the tendency Is to let 
them do tbe export business after 
the doee ot navigation, as they are 
apt to undersell the trade. We look 
for a two-sided market, but would 
confine purchases to the set-backs. 

Ooarae grains— There was very 
Uttto bwlne« pdur on m these 
natkela^ althooih^iey aU turned 
itrong In the late trade. Local 
holdera of oata are believed to be 
irettlnft pretty well cleaned up. and 
on account of the light stocks there 
wprr no offeri nwde overnlabt, with 
th^ roMiu tAM'MV llMiniliBlness 

wsfi done. 

max— This market was Hrmer In 
sympathy with the general upturn, 

and f aftturdBA 



Tk Mosti|i|^^r49« Stock Prices 



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These Bre atrong-bcing New York City Banks, 
and give a good income and 
a first-class security. 

British Columbii Boid CirporatiM, Liwtd 

^'-""■.W'- VcW .„d Al, Pnncip., Excl,.„.c. 
^ rrrn»i4-*NB fffei la mm a-m. .m rtmm •m u sds 

lJ00 O««6n«jt8t Vfctori..B.C Phow 344 



WE RKf-OMMEND anI. OFFER 

Farmeiee TriDsportation 

Sinking Fund Coav«rtibl« DtbsAtuns 
Dub ApHT I, m^* 

PHce and DetaiU on flfpnilil^p 

CHRISTY^ HALL A CO., LTD. 

Inv-^i-itcdt Bsnlten 
Cbristy-HsD BMf., 640 Fort St 




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tft a firmer: 8 per cent all day. 

Time loans easier; 80 dmia. gi^ 

months. 83-4 to 7 
•J I Prime eommerclal paper. 8 to « i-4 
344 t Bankers* accepUnces easier. 30 

lis (days -17 8 to 4 3-4; 80-90 dayi^. 4 7-8 »^ve yesterday ,-, close 
st-3 to 4 3-4. 4 months. 6 to 4 7-g; 6-g 
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Blue Ribbon Limited 

SiS«J^^*'"^T*VE. CONVERTIBLE 
MDEEMABLK Preference Stock (Pv vilttB 
$50.00 Per Sharti) ^ ""^ 

tbe holder. ■ ™ mm* m tbe option of 

Prtee; S44.00 Per Share. Yieldin|^ 7 38*^ 

Royal Financial Corp.. Ltd. 



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Continue to bi]\ rhe market lead- 
ers, such-ss Oenernl ETltHrirlr. UB, 
Steal afd American Can on alt dally 
dlpa. BB well aa adopting the aame 
pRtOBdUTB In the llBt or IndUBtrlals 
pdBted out bera yvateday. / 



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bm k becB UiB ttiey r«el their nnan 
OMl flpemtlnii B ar« too slight to jua- 
tVy n y«i sf« ona or those m^n 
you are niUdnff a serious mUUke a 
checklnc aoeeunt In any of your 
local banka wlU give you pnatlfle 
not only with the bankar htaMBlf. 
but with your employer. menteBta! 
friends and everyone with whom you 
oome In bualness contact. 

It U the flTBt step In buliaing tip a 
credit with the bank. No bank wantJ 
to lend money to anyone who Is not 
a rust«mer of that bank. Through 
your account you come in personal 
contact wlHi the banker snd are in 
a poeltlan to develop ynur opportunl- 
Ilea ga they arise, start a dMtlD. 
aeea un t. no matter how snaVltlii, 
and B<(tt> » 0ow. It win gtve you 
an lnMnltv..tay you mm wttb R. 
OhaqoBe aiv r eee lj lg. tt vOI not 
only save you luuB l j and flv. you 
prestige in the eaMHUidl., tt 
»tlt increaee yooT 0«a BOt-eUMet t 
and cooAdenoe. 

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Intarnailonai trtilltl 
I.ak> t>r ItM Wood!. 
Mai^rT-llarrla. ooa 
HcColl erontraaa 
U(inlr*al roMr 
Nnranda . . , , . 

Paea-tlarMt Tahaa 
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B.A OQ 
Ban Talaphaot 
BraaUlsn TraaIMB 
B.C. riaht * 9mA 
BrMHpiaa hear 

B.C. revar "A" 

Oan. Branaa 

Oa». Oalaaaaa. can.. 
Can. Omani. cam.. . 
Can Car Pdr.. wmm.. 
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Can aa. com..... 
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Can Conrprtna . , . 
Oaa loA Akohol . . . 
Osnaral Btaal Waraa 
OartlDS Brawlaa Co 
Cau. U. * a 

Domlnl<Mi Bfldaa 
DaoilBlan ntaia 

OaUnlon TaitUa 

Orrdan Papor , 

yiraaar Conoanlaa . , . . 

Blram Walkar 

tiaaaar Harrla 

HeCoU rtontanaa . . , 

Mentrtal Pawar 

Nauanal BrawaHas ., 

NoraBga 

Paaa Hanay 

P iaaa a s. Ud. 

Pewar Oaiaa fsU a u 
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Wloolpas Bloatrtc 



ATTRACTIVE INVESTMENTS 



Olty of Vlclcrla 6% 

01^ or Vaneoaver 3%% 

Olty oC New Westminster §% 

Detroit * Canada Tunnel 6H% 

Power Corp. of Canada 4H% 

' roniprilbl* into Commoa atoek) 

Medical ii DenUl Bldg. (Van.) ._ ^ 

B.C. Beetrlc Railway CO. ■% 

BJO. TMephena Oo. 



MB..... iT^ 



YOU CAN INVEST AS YOU 8AVX 
When You Bay Sccuritipa on the Monthly 
It Flrlpa You to Save 
May We Advfae You 

HUGH ALLAN, LIMITED 

>a— €m, eiee- ,,,, virin.r., bc 



SttyER MARKETS 

AT NEW TO»K 

N^ VOWC; Oct. M-Bar sUver 
801-8. Meatean doUaia >71-4. 

yANCO VVERwifEA T 

VAMOOCnm. oil M.~r«lura* aoo*. 



NEW YORK SUGAR 
WrW TOMC, Oct M.— Raw sugar 
tm and uni*i B in ed lodiy with 
D. BBlea TCpoctad bM prIaaB moted 
at SM tar ipata. da^r patd. tn re- 
fined there iras m ebaofe Uuily 
from 8.60 for fine granulated, but 

the sniimincemeni of a reduction 
to ^ 2-1 for fine granulate bv a 
Pacific coast rvfiner had an un- 
settling effect and lendld 4. 
fr«ita mnimltmenta. 



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(MA— Wa 1 North., n lia\ no i to,r 
mUi We. I tier , isis , 4 wkaaL. 114^ 
I Wheal, m, e WM. iS^ UV 



Keep Your Moiey 
CirsMistiis 

s^;:rJ5.a"y2.sss'.a'^*r 

■aaill aa Wa aie OTMBUti AOejree 

lar aid and roOafeSa OajraniAN ans 
Bsman rowFAvna. .hirh .r* 

MAa Ihr i-....'.ni» 'omMna 
PUea rvuT ont WXmm ar AUTOIBO- 




Matuhtr 

July ai. tM» 
Oct 1, 1H4 
Jen. 1, IMS 
May I, 1948 
Uar. 1. 19S8 

Nbrtt, 1*44 
9ntd Btoek 
Pratd atoek 



83.37 
105 17 
Mil 
9BJ9 

M.I1 
104.TB 
10175 



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^I^HART €^ 

XdJOi^^ LTD. 



FINANCIALACENTS 
BONDS 

TOCKS 



Mining Stocks Are Very *AtttBCtsve 



Limited 




JOHNtO 

. Ut4 




DIVIDENDS 

fhe followmn Co\d Slocks are ip a splendid buying pofi- 
ion and OiotiM !.e Accumulated NOW; 



TKk HuglMB at S.SO 
Praadar tt -.au^. — t.6S 
Mclntyra at 14.00 

DofliB at g.50 

Lakeahore at . 20.00 



JUtuma 
lUtuma. 
lUtumB 
Ratumg. 
Rattvna. 



7% 
12% 



Ao Bverure dividend retnrn of over 10%, and in additif,n 
the benefit of eapiUl appreciation daHn; the next twelve 
ninnth!!. whtcli *h"uld a\Trage 50% at least* Call in and 

discuss the posiibilifie* of thr<fr ir. 

MASON & DlE^t^iuCHER 

MINING AVD OIW BROKKM 
Uenbers of Vklorla ^locfc Enchan^^ 

' • Phone 4439 

la Alt 



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PHOKCmi 



Outwest Structure 
- O I r W i .ST - VANRBRTA 

WATT A PATRICK 

^ *M CCMTX4L ^LDQ, 



THE DAILY COU)NIST. VICTORIA. B.C SATURDAY. OCToUKK 2'.. Vi29 



13 



FINANCE - COMMERCE - MARKETS 



GREAT VOLUME 
OF Off ERINOS 
LOWpViyjJE 

Large Number oi Shares 
Are Pke«d on ^Change at 
Vancouver and Price* 
Trend Downward 

CLOSliSG r HILLS 

DISPLAY LOSSES 



VANCOUVKR. Ook SB^A gtnml 

movt of selUng itnMk tha Stock 
Bxeham^ tmlfty, ntaw «ad sQ iamm 
UfUi9 otfmd In treimnrtwn toubm 
v^iui Uttle buyinr pvmr to uk« up 
'hi slack. PbmI OnUle end I t W T ei 
MH< rlonftld, two luucs trwSad In 
1 1 ti 1 1 n \' d u rinft thf put month, 

iiriuil over Uj :hf extent Of 19,000 

aju! ''4iKn> ■tifirf» r«p«K-tlvely, and 
'iji ! .'-lA .■ -A ;>r A P C Calninnt 
.uid c K. wrre hl^h traders in 

Closing prioM abomd loaaea aU 
UiRW«h the Hit 

WUrWfn mt UM, Pud Onllto StU 
rapidlr to « lev of vLIO Mid a 
c-loidaf Md M 93.46. down 46 ctnu. 
Reeves flnlihtd 38 cents lower M 
SI 05. th# low of the day. CKnrva 
• oppor vild off to but came 

huric to clone unchanged at >2 lo 
i (rai d. Vw. Oolctmda. Noble F\vt 
AUd K ji'toiiay King were off 3 to 4 
i'rriLiirr ^Ined 2 lo II 65 

I .ll^f.r-.li! :.ist 21 ftl $1 24: A P C 

M '.''iitfi Al. 9231; C- 6i E. 1& cenU 
S-^-JD Hotiif OU It atCUJO. 

Hargal. Houinweat Me, UcXiOOd 

and AHoelated raaied » polBU 
levir irtttk the belsnee of the Uat 
eteady to 10 eenU easier. 



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M(>a.MN<i •M.Kn 

P (*(>nin:;<lB't>t ^ 134 at 3 13 MOO •( 
3 11 1,400 Bt 3)4 e 3ia kt 3.Sft. H at 3.10 

Brliub Oomiiiion lOO at S9 

Com m nil was I Ui— MO at IS. 

DftUioualc—SM Kt 1-18; n al t-SO. 

O>voiil»^T«0 at .ao: SM at -It. 

fcwcrosi OS al LM; MS a» t-N. 

PaWMi-l.«SB ac .tn%i «.iS» al .SB( 1.S0B 
at ,ftSH, 

Oolmonl^-SO at 1,»; SOB •! 14Si aSSS 
Kl IJSl IM9 al t,40. 100 It 1.43; SOO at 
1 411 17S at 1.44: SS at 141, 

rwhnIS -300 at SS^ I-IM ■! 00: IM 
Ht AH. IM ftt tt. 

Harikl IB •! M l-MO at 1 0^. AM kt 

I 10. MO mt 1 II. 100 at 1 11 1»0 It 1 IS. 

Home 100 Al ml- 100 at ii to. ho at 
IIH: I.BSS It laOO: W at limi 

O. * 1. Oam —1.400 at I S». 400 •! 101; 
as at S.SI] SSS al XfS; 1.0U at llVt ISO 

at an. 

minou-aiawia no at Jl: S^IM at Ml 
t.Soo at Jli MO at JO. 
UavlaiMl— SSO al I SO: 4SS al 1 ISi m al 

7 11 00 at 7 BO. ao at I 04 

M'rrijtT l.TOO al It 100 al 14 VO 
McDouKal El 3S0 at 1 M. MO at I 13 

al .11. 400 al ^> loo ki to 
Hin oily lo" «i * 00 
Modal--MO >i Hi. ooft at ir> 
UaDoutal. n*«- IBS a' it iftO n Tl 
nmllU rlaht* 0 at 13 M 
llasont-400 at 13: I.7M al M. 
RatraUta— ao at 10.00; II at MtM. 
aoatt w S OSS at l-SS. 

SjXS f fflnii tk 'at Mi am ai 
vie: m ai T&i uTbi im n si i n. 

onii«i-i.ioe al JI9 Mil al Jli aoo at 
.11. 100 at 4e. 

vanaita— lie el i-ss. 

nmtisee Hi m s ta. wo ai Mii lit ei 

SJI. 

•,0. eHvaP-'^ at 1 M. 

Ha M— lull aw at II. l.lOO al 7« 

SlnoMre— e.B0O at 04 400 at .00. 

Mavar eitvar— leo >i na 1.000 at 00. 

0»rk Prarliwa— ll.BOO at 04; 1.000 at 
.04H: aoeo at MSi 11.100 at .01. 

Ooltaa aaU— 100 at .10. 

Omtio Oopaar—lOO at 1.01; ).iM at 1 00; 
toe at S.04t BOO a« S.OOi SO al ai*i M at 
3 II; too at tSI. 

OolcoMa~l.B0e at SO 

Irdpr^ndanea 1,100 at 04. 1.000 al M%^ 

I-iMlan 1,000 ai 04'i 

Urandvlav— aiM al .10; 1,000 al .W%t 

II 400 al Ml sie at ja 

Kootanv f li W SO MM Ol jH; Mm 

• t 07S 

t. * I. fl.BOA at «I 
Laltavwv -«.»0 at ni. 
Mohawk— •■ISO at OS. 

■ sBls g sr Ktaa-aHe at .a-, aoo at 

-IStt .11.000 al .lt\: aOM at .I4( I.OOO 
•I .ISi ItJSS al IS: 400 at .IT. 

Jlra-a.»00 at m^. 1.000 at .M. 
Horton Woolaar—S-Oeo at BOH. 
National eilv«t~4.M0 ai lO 
Nebia Fin--*. TOO at II 1000 ■« |i 
into al 1».- 1 100 at «0: 00 al .4tt 10 al 
4], M> al 41 
Oratnn Copper 1 100 at 4tl UHI 01 

tm. a.3M at IB 



at 1 11. BOB at 



aSToM^iwlTiOM ai%e: m 
»Mi «e at aoo 
etaaol Mhii 1.300 at as. 

rnoMr OoM—M at 1 SS; IM at I II 
Pr«Btat Borter MO al M. 

p«mt-iit>ht» 1.000 at ja 

Buolocb-ao at 1.00, 

mw-iiapBMM M.m ea 

•I 1 10; on M I4ii MM H tJti m at 

1 s» « 

Iti.lu* AriMlU— MO al M' I.OM Oi JtHi 
:mioo at .MIS: i.OM at 00%. 

RuU> U o f IJM at MM a& JTi 

SM at Jit 

BUta iBi aM i.ue at Mi MMe at Mm 

400bI M 

eil*a ' io o» M M al JOt MM oi MS. 
I.MO at .Mi ajM al .lit lie al .*^4: 
MO at .11. 

eao«nalM-«JM ai .lit LIM ai .Mtti 
ULSM al .17; IM at .11l4f MO at .U. 

Tawin ucbfiBia—iSMi ai 

at Jtt. 

WaUtnotaa-IMO at .MH- 
«Mlo«al«r--43SS al JOt 1.4M Ol ja 
MasOMna— 1.0M at .OSH. 

ArreaNooN a albs 

Olli 

A.r. coi',M)ii<ut*d J .too 

tM* MBO at 3 » 

Oafeaont 400 at i ii. sag at i ai 
at l-M; I i'>!> at 1 13 3 MM at IJB; M at 
in. 1.000 a( 130 ir\-.o al IMi IM at 

I 11. 700 al 1 11 1013 aL 1 Ml Mil U IM. 

IW al IM. U at 1.40. 

aalla»-IM «l .n. 

BrltMi nooBlnlwi 400 al M, 

AiOOoUlaJ M al 140. 

Ofmnanvaanfa— «M al Jit IM at .Oa 

Oalbouala—TOO al l.lOi Hi at l.TIi 400 
al 1.1S. 

OBVHllah— 1.070 at 30, 000 al J>. 
a * a I.SIO at 141; 300 at ) M: MO 
a( 141. 470 at 1 H: SM at IM. 3.135 al 

3 Id 110 at I Tl 

Caaureat SO al 110. 11 at 111, 100 at 
! 34, aoo at lift 

rabyan 3.300 at 01 

McDouoaJ. ax.— lU at 1 M. 300 al 1 M 

rraatiotd~l.000 at ■»; 4M at M. 15 al 
07; I.OM at M. 

HarBal~-4N at iM; MS al 149; Ml at 
I Mi MS al M4i MM at Mil M at 1 M: 
IM al l.M. 

ntiMis— aiM al Ji. 
HBMa— m al UJil MM at UMt !» 
at IIM. 

Marlaod-MO at 3 M; IM at 110: UO 
at ris. 

Umurr— Mi at .Mi 471 at .Mf IM at 

51 

McLani e M at Utt IM at l U; IM at 

a u 

Ulll CItr - 40 at 1 IS 
MmIcI 131 at M. lon at JL 
AuvallU fUahta— 1« at IMi. 
OkaHa. a««-~lM at I.M. 
ma an t-M al .M: MO aS Jl. 

nmttta^i at n.M. 
■a ■!>■—. PoM-ew aliJD Jllt al Ut. 
apowMr— MO at .W; lOi al .NL 
Btarllaa Pa«in<!--4M al Jit 4M al JB; 

I.BM al 1 OO 
Ixmdan fUb 139 at tt- 
Vanatla -loo at i lo 

United 1,100 a; on ] ><Vj at 11: MM 
• ( n. BM at 14. iiM a-. I&. I.IM at IB 

»flM« 

B«y»)aa - ftM at Bl'i. 

BIf Mlaaoun- -4.300 at Tl- 1.3<W at It. 
UO al Tl 

Blu*blr4 -t.BM at OO. l.OOO at 09'» 

Cork rra«U»)»>U,lH al Mi MM at 
OtS; I.OM at JS4|I iM M 40^ 

ontsa Mi--ui al .lit l.Mi ai la. 
I.OM at IB. 

Duthia Ulnaa— IM al ja 

Oalhouatr-UM at sa 

Oaorata lUvar- a.OM al .10: 4.0M at Ilk. 

Ocorta Capi>ar-«0 at I OM at l.M; 
IM al l-M: IW at 3 M. IM at 2.Ml M 
at a ID. MO at 3 33 

Olaetar -1.000 at ni'i 

Qfllconda— l.mo at lo 

Oraodvlcw - 9.&«l ai 30 100 at -lOH: 

4.SM at M. 

Indapandanca l.MO at 04. 

Indian Mlnaa— W.OO0 at JO. 

Kaoiaoay nonDca--a.ow al Jf%t aON 
at .H: IJM at .MS, 

Kaotanar Klna-MO at .Utt: MM at 
USi 0400 at .14%; MM at -lit IJM at 
.issi aOM at .11. 

U * L^-ejM at .SIH. 

Ltwky JUn— S.ON al .MS. 

Marmot Onlit' t» at .H. 

Marmot Mrtala -I.MO al OlS; WO at 
.01. in« at OlS 

Moha«k 1.100 at eij IJM at 03^ 
1.00n Bl 03 

Motion \V[>«l»Fr I.OM at .Mt I.OM at 
.n\ 1 OOO at 03'* 

Katloual BU'«i--lOO al OSi MO at .10. 

HoWa nv»--4.IM at M; MM al J4; 
lUM at Jli IM at .M; IM at Jli IM 

at sa 

OraaoQ Oiip»tf^.0M al .111 1.4M al .la 
PUBat-a,OM at 4*. 
Pend Orailta—l.TW at t.H: MM at LM: 
1.4M at 3 71. BM al 3 M. OM at l,Ml M 

al a 90 tt a IB. lOo at I.M. 

Pramiar (lald—aoo al I Mi MO at I N 
It anvaa -McDonald 31.100 at 101. IW) at 

1 04 . 54 at 1 P7; I 454 at ] 01. 3.350 a' 1 \.r 
Tf>p)*F Blchfli>l4- W HO at Ot, i.lWO at 

04 v. WO at 0« 100 at 04 
R<:tiia-Ara*nta 3.100 al 01 1.000 at 
Portvi -Idaho - l OAA al 3i. I.IM at 14 

.MH 1*00 at 01'. 100 at t>t\ 
Sulh Hnpa 000 at 14- I.MO at » 
BIIW W fMt aOM at .MSI 4JM ai hs. 

BUtBwtiMi ejie al Jii ftOM et «■*; 
l,OM at .M«i IM at -to. 

8llraraOn~-lM at Jl. 
ailv«T>initti— I.OM at M- 
snavllaka— IM al lOi 2.0M al lO'l. 
awe at .11. 

woDiotoa IM M Jit Ml ai Jlsi aoM 
at M 

Whitovalar H MO M .M. 

Buiilorh 400 at lit. 

orf-a«a>lon aa toa OM OffaaivM* al .11. 

aiM rroBftoii at Ja 



Toronto Mines 



nt M. SiWDnta * c« . tiri 

Hlih iMW 

Araa IB 

4bBna , I II 

Amttlal 3 M 

Arna n 

Bl« Mlaaoan . bo 
Otntral HaoUoba . 31 

Oianada ... .M 

HoUlnier ... . . las 

fMOHa aay ii u 

SalanMttanal mekol 47.M 
Laka aboM m.M 

^OBiaa oereoraiiaD 
NMbao 



NlplMlaa 

Miranda 

Prnd Ortttla 

Raa* MatalB 

Doiti* 

Bh»rrltL noriton , 
Badburf Baaln . . 

Tmk Hmhaa 

Tnadaall T«kae 

Vlvand 

MHghl Mararaavca 

A|a« 

A P ronaolldata* 
C * B Landa . . 
Dalhouala . .... 

Kaatcrvat 

fontr.llla 

Homa Oil 

Mariano , 

WalnweQ , 

eoauiaaat Mo .. 
CalBool , 



■a 

14.11 
1 M 
3T 
113 
. 44 » 
, . I 41 
. 4 10 
I II 
. 1 M 
410 
. IM 
. Ill 
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OOJ 
I 4t 
1 40 

- a 70 

- I H 
. 140 

. a 70 

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,. l.M 
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Haven't, you aajthiaf itaef** 

ci«rk~"aoR7, ledy; you mMit 
try the eeeb depttmewt. t«o 



McColl Frontenac Oil Co.,Ltd. 

6^ Ffrtt Mortcige Bonds, Due 1949 

I lie rumpany i» rnaageil in r*8nlnit anrl rlutrihtuinf pelrolruni 
prrvtticli Ihroufhout Canada, notaSly •'Cyc'.-'," the no-knock ea* 
..line, which commands o larga lalf I hp company a growt*' tvM 
proipecll makr th# conyfriion ffaturr a^rured hy ptifchatm n( 

Ow lUpreaeiitativo Will Ba OM to Call and FftrHefai 



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* Oa. !!■« TarO nra-nah'ttdi 

* eoM. wla»M 



R. p. Clark & Co. 



(Victoria) Limited 

Arrade Bl'ljt . 7 Vi»'w St II W J. Pateraon. Manajjer 



CONFERENCE ON 
CiOEF SICES 
ISORIiANIZED 

Is Srqiie! to Action of Cali- 
fornia Oil Producers, ni 
Cutting Prices From Fifty 
PerCent 

h lHTHEH RAIL i 
MERGERS miEl 

(Bran-- .1 n. .n* 1 lit ■ 

NEW yaUK I K t 2j KxerallVM 
of the principal <-oinpantea operatM 
In the middle country tcrrliory liave 
■alhered Ui New Yoarfc (or a con- 
ference on the crude prices aiiuattoo. 
reeultlng from the action of OaU- 
fomta producers In slaahtng prtoiat 
from 40 to 50 per ct!nt. It wan learned 
last night, Headn of thr Prairie Oil 
A Oaa CompHny, Ohio Oil Company, 
and Sun Oil rnmpwijy ure aninng 
those here lo take part lii ihf dls- 
fu.i«loni! OfflclnlB of ilie .Mtandard 
of New York repreaentuif Mimnolta 
OU and Standard of New Jeraey 
representing Kumtile M Oarter oU 
intansU, wtt^gg^Ufce pen la the 



«ad re- 



>!> looked for bitfk la 

1 >oriie Minee atood «^ neH tat 

letday.^ niar|[»t, the low In New 

'i rtrk britlx tSJU and Ui ImM'I.'i' 
»a 40 Thia Is taken « ■ .nai- jc ;> .;i 
that the Hrcumtilatioii thai < !>'-''ii 
KOlntf on In thU Issue ha;> i :»>'ri.i u 
In strong haruls. 



N£W YORK CURB 

4BA'SatHl CarvamUoii. Ud ■ 

AMSQieiBi Ou * ■astrta 

eMBElaa&. leuaaikB 

dftw'iemi; 

— atrto Bond a Share 

MelBMra oold 

Vtod Motor* of Caaada ,- . 

I%rd Motor* of Boalaiii - 

fox ThaatTM "A'" 

Avlatioa Cora- ot Indlaaa 

ISrd of Prajua 

rimMo oil 

ataadaie OlljOf ladUoa 

Oaiorplllar Ihelar 

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Traaa America Goto . n 
Cnilad Oaa ct T«iai 
N Amarlcan Ailatton 
Imparlal OU .... 
MidUad Roraltlaa. bM- 
Intaroatloiial vnr 

Pokkar 

Aawrlcan Si...n fovcr 
Arkaaaaa Natural Oai . 
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tteetii«B.lt Bidllid. 
that the dticuiBloni wtn bettal at 

once. 

The Mldlaiid Btael ProducU Oom- 
pany has cocnpleted an Important 
proeramme of tmprovMnent at Ita 
Dctrult plant. It was announced by 
E J Kulai. prr^ldcnt of thr rom- 
pany The expBn.'.lon waa plannrd u> 
provide for an Increase of over 100 
par^eent In production of four- 
w&eel mochaalcal stcel-draullc 
brakea Tbe sum of »I00^ «u ap- 
propfiated for the expansion, which 
Included a new toulUUng and the ad- 
dition ot much new equipinent. 

Bnkeca' loww deeUned tlST.ooo.- 
000 In pait pact we^ with reduc- 
tion to a total of t6.634.000.000. 

LegUlatlon affecting railway con- 
snlldaLton disciused nt a meet- 
ing of thr A.s.iorlaUnn nf Railway 
EAecuUve.i ye.sl^rdny. It teemed to! 
be oonsensii.>( that publication of j 
conaoUdatlon plan devlaed by| 
Claude TL Porter, of the Ztotentate : 
Oommezoe GoaimlBBlon would tn (or I 
the Intradufltlon of further leglala- 
tlon. Partlculari of the plan will be 
published this Fall In aooofdance 
with the aim of Mr. Porter. i 

YMterday, E. Q. Orace. president' 
of Bethlrtinn Steel Company, dc- i 
clared that steel operations Rener- 
ally throuRhout tlie United atatea ' 
arp on a far higher basis than the ; 
perlfid laf-v year, the only factor pre- 
venting even greater prospertty In \ 
the Industry being the temporary 
slaclmeM of buying on tlie part of 
automobile manufaeturers. 

Termination of an agreetnont be- 
tween the Ekrl Mdlo tod the Kol- 
iter Radio Corporatko, Under which 
It was oontsmidated the tatter 
would gain control of the former, 
was nnnounced lost night by Clar- 
enos A- Eoj-I, president of the Earl 
Radio CcrporaMon. and Rudolph H. 
Bprerkies. rhitlrman of the iioard of 
Ihr Knitter Radio Corporation. 

suii\dLird Oil nf Ohio declared 
rriiiilar quarterly dlvidi'lid of 7B 
cental "11 preferred 

Wiirner lirf>ft. declared 11.00 quar- 
terly fUvlrlfnd on coninmn 

Texa.s Oulf Siilpliur in September 
quarter earned tl M a share against 
1.4fi in third quarter of isag. 

U8. Steel dlrectom at special 
meeting oonildered report of offU 
een oo poeglUd purffhew o( Oolum- 
bU Steel 

Pennsylvania Railroad September 
net operating Income t U. 1 36323 
against $11JM1.116 In September, 
1928. Nine montha «in,7S3.7ia 
against tas.7W«6M In IflSS period. 

Hudson di Manhattan Railway de- 
dared aeml-aimuat dlvUmd ctf $1.1ft 
on common, plaoliii atgeke en'ilJM) 
baals annually agMnst sajQ previ- 
ously. 

ReynoldM|Ki;«Cf ered rli^ on 
new ahaiiHIMpo to wttf two 
held on OoteMr Si. to imrrhlte all 
outiunding stoek ct Premier Cuah- 

lon aprinii 

EXTENSIVE WORK 

ON FraeiuooE 



JOURNAL SEES 
FUTURE SECURE 



(■ranaoa. BrenD Si Co.. Lte.i 

Voday's market waa notaaly or- 
darty. pniiinrilng a atrtklat oootrafi 
to the iiwimHart aondttiwu mtuai 
prevailed » VbtuwAaft liwrtnn 

Prices In the principal trading 
stocks (^lened subsUnUally higher, 

reflpcung the rcUef felt in the 
fliiHfi'.-ial community over the !(i,pm- 
mlng nt the previous day's panicky 
selling through the inurvention of 
powerful banking interests, say^ the 
Wall Street Journal. 

Overnight developments were 
highly con.it rue ttve, particularly 
the decrease ot 1167,000.000 in 
brokers' loam last week. In face oi 
new financing exceeding gzil.ooo,- 
000. This reduction was taken as 
foreshadowing the largest decrease 
on record In the r^ort ot the cur- 
rent week. Optlmlstkt statemehta 
from the Treasury Department, and 
high banking ofOcials also helped to 
reassure bullish .lentlment. and 
active luuea scored Rood galn.t in 
the early dealingii on a huge turn- 
over. 



OIL SPLASHES 

EROMLEADINO 

ALBERIAIELLS 

Orilling Programme Is As 
sured at Alberta Superior 
With Adequate Capital 
in Sight 

A.P. CONSOLWATLD 
MAKES PROGRESS 



rBeOltlea InweaM fee SMpmenu 
FroM TveadweU Tmk— P am e 
Mines Blwree Buslahied 



• eollowar. Ullla * Co. Ltd > 
TORONTO, Oct, at. — Canadian 
Klrkland has cut Int^ Un ftntt, real 
ore on the 13.1-ff>ot le\ el Hubildlary 
vein waa drifted on and after twenty 
feet of an ore shoot. praetleaUy 
drift width and running II8JW per 
Ion, WBS out On surfaoe this v&i, 
which ruBi Into tha main break. 
gtVBB «ood vataiB for MO feet 
vahiM ai« In aniihed porphyry and 
quarta. 

Smith * 'Daeara, of Sudbntr. 
have been avastfed a oontraet for 
not lew than lOjOOO feet of diamond 
driihnft to be performed from the 
1,000 -foot level of Fa Iron bridge 
Mine. It. u iinderstood that at least 
30.000 feet of drilling Is propoaed. 
and Uiat two drills will he ^tartefl 
almost tmmedlat.ely Later on. ac- 
cordlnft to plana, there will be four 
drills working underground, probing 
tha diptha down to SjM fMt Im- 
kiw the eorfaee. 

TREADWRLL YVKON 
The Canadian Parlftr Railway 
ipur tine from Ohelmaforri fn the! 
Treadwell Yukon Mine u completed ' 
aod ready for traffic. Shipments of 
concntratM from nrlngton are n- 
peotad to iw i ui iM Bm lo tbe near f u. 
lure. Tlie Una « buUt to panDel 
the ore lono aloof vbkh Tread- 
wen Yukon u wuitUi g end pamoi 
No s and No 3 shafts, with a spur 
to No. 1 shaft where the eoneen- 
trntor lk toratf^ Completion of the 
itne will eip^dite cmnmon cement 
of the new shoft nlnklng pmgramme 
by which It If the intention to go 
down to the l.aOO-root lev^l Kx- 
mictions of Krrtngton Mill continue 
somewhat kiv. but an Unproveuienl 



FoUowInK the early improvement, 
some recession.i from the besi levelji 
of 'tl*' re/-MV f -;, tfink place In the 
Irai;^: , r iw.-- xf.L dm- to .selling 
by ■.i wder.'i who succeeded m weaUi- 
eruig Thursday's storm and took 
advantage of the first rally to 
bolster their poaltlons. However, 
strong support was forthoomlng and 
pivotal shares maintained impres- 
sive itea d lnei i throufh tlia re- 
mainder of the day. 

CcBislderable eonfldenee vai ore- 
ated by the Dow Jones anonunce- 
ment that the buying power mar- 
shaled by the moRt influential Wall 
Street banks, wn.^ larcely unused 
Optimism also rejfuUed tr'iin the 
efTlclenry with which Lhf stock Ex- 
cluuige forces completed Uie clear- 
ing of Ttiureday^ record trans- 
actions, demonstrating ttiat uo 
houses had been placed in flnanclal 
dunoutUea by tha recent violent 
decUnoi. 

While eaperleneed market obierv- 

ers were unanimous In expecting a 
substantial recovery In the main 
body of storks in the near future, 
there xo-^ rii.'^p.isirioii to expert 
Immediate resumption of vli^oroua 
operations for Uie rise A la tkc 
number of people who tmd been 
dsbbllnc in r,p"iulatlve nfTalra. were 
badly hurt by the recent severe de- 
ctinee and public buying power waa 
extensively curtailed. 

mvartabb^ the lequenpe to a 
drastic break le a period ol dttlhuM 
and Irregularity in which tbe ad- 
justment of Impaired aoeounti u 
oompleted and opportunity Is given 
tbe market to regain its coume 

In the present Ini'jui'e the de- 
cline In atfkck value . !>.■. n due 
lo an overbought rondlllon In the 
general list rather than to a lack of 
conndence In tlie business futures 
iiurh M precipitated eerere bmki 
In the past. Huge blocks o( stock 
have now paeied frm weak to strong 
bands, and It la expected that tbe 
low prtoea of Tfeuriday will ataaA 
for eome tbne. nvwnar, a dedded 
change has occurred bi the publlo 
p.vychology wlthbi two yean, which 
wiLs largely responsible for the 
market situation, which culminated 
in a IBO-polnl drop In the Dow 
Junes averBk'es People who l,ave 
t>een looking for rnnUnued ad^-anre-s 
In ."vtork prlrefi now rir.d ihemaelvei 
in the position of being unnbl^ to 
take any part in the market 

Moreover, the market now has 
UtUe Bl»nr( Intereit. aa a good part 
of tha bear orowd became eabaueted 
before the break came, and the bal- 
ance probably covered on Thurs- 
day's demorallBsd eelUng. As a 
oonsequenee shrewd itudenta of 
speoilauon feel Uiat the best that 
can be expected in coming weeki u 
a period of backing and niling after 
a good slsed recovery from the re- 
cent lows. Bargain huntera win be 
In the market to purchase rtmrnti 
stocks to advantage, but tt is felt that 
no renewal of a bull swing win be 
Ben ttntn a ainac groundwork has 
been laid and a Otom oatUne u 
obtainable on buslneM proepeets for 

'he next vear 



m. ■ Heaoiw * oa. uci 
CALOAaT, Oct M.~ButacBt 
waa reported drllUnc at l,U« feet 
iMl nlCht A ipaalal oaBtrot haa 
been aet to tha Bdrf aoo eaalng to 
handle the gaa preasur*. A flow eeti- 
mated at 7.000,000 feet waa tnxA on 
Sunday. IWa wall l» diUltnt la the 
ftrqlei. 

Albert* Superior— Drilling at 
berta Supertor. juet eaetofWdUni- 
ton and southeast of Boiae, ^aa well 
under way last night nue well 

waa spudded In on 7\ieeday. A. 

C. Mcr>ouiraU. preeldent, has 
announced that 1340.000 haa been 
.vintnged for to carry tha drilling 

proffTanime to conipleUon. Cable 
tools are being it^ed at present, 
but a change to rotxry may be 
made la,ier 

Prrehold No I— A mUe and a h&U 
north cf Turner Baaln waa reported 
drtllUig at 4.180 feet la.st niitht .\ft/r 
a short fUhlng Job No. 3. near 
Home Wells, was KUnlghtenlng 
crooked hole at 3.715 feet 

Mr-rland waa reported drilling nt 
4 feet last night The bit was 
believM Ut be In the top of Femle^ 

Nfil' liii-.d .N'> 
four or five l€ni«i.hs of drill plp»» still 
In the hole Drtllers expect to have 
all the pipe out nhortly 
bit wlilch became RUirk and caused 
the pipe to pftrN will probably be 
slderar-ked 

Baltac WAS reported drilling at 
4.171 fe«t Weflnesday and tXk the 
top of Uu» Kootenays 

Mid-Royal reported dr.«n 

1.5M feet Wednesday and iJie hole 
hod been filled back to 1,300 feet 
and drillers were straightening 
crooked hole. 

Turner Baaln. In the north end 
of Ttuner Vauey, waa reported drtll- 
tng at 9.7n fbet but night PrOgreaa, 
while skmer. dm to harder fonna- 
tlon. oonfetntted eattafactory. 

Vlmy. In the north end of "nimer 
Valley, was reported drilling at 3,380 
feet laet night with ten-Inch caalni; 
at 3 338 feet. 

Sentinel, on the east flar.v r-{ 
Turner "Valley, wae reporte<i i 
b.R\i feet on Wadneeday and was 
crmfiiung eight- Sneh 

5, BOO feet. 

A.P Cotwolldated No l waa re 
ported drllllnjf ■xr 4.23? feet la.«t 
nlsht The hi' " in the FVmtes 
with (he lime expected at about 
4.800 feet No. a was drtlllng nt 
3,656 feet and expecting the Koote- 
nays al any time. 

Baymar, oo Ghost River struetutv. 
waa lapcriBd oeiDontlnf iB-bieh 
eaetaiff at aw feet WedneBday, 

HerrCn Petroleum, on Herroo 
structure northwest of Turner Vat- 
ley, wae reported drilling steadily 
at 6M feet on Wednesday. 

Mercurv No. 1 waa drilling at 
3 020 fce-t and Ha. S at 3J40 feet nn 
Wediie«wlay. according to the Union 
Drining Company. 

Sunllghl was drllUnB at i.030 feet 
and btfUevad to be to ttia KooCanays. 

FiRMi R mm 

18 NOTICEABLE 

International Nickel and Neraada 
PiMllllBlii Taronto 
AcUvlUes 



the other iN-siir- vicir rio; o! vei-> 
large pi 'iivirniiii Alberta Pacific 
Ci'ii-Hiililiilfd rtl I Itise .slKivied a li ti- 
ileiicy Uiwaros AMfilglh. tlrtl fM.lt In 

title etoefc being at $3 and the last 
at $tM. Aesodaied closed & up oo 
tbe day's tradli« at $1.70. Home 
OU opened at 613.SS and olosed at 
112.90 after reachinic a Idw of Oia/ffi. 

METAL MARKET 
LONDON, Oct 35. - Standard 

copper sp.^' r7l 15a; futures 172 
I Vv fk! 

Klc irui\ lie spot tH3 Ifts. futures 
184 lOs. 

Tin, spot £188; futures £100 &S. 

Lead, spot fl» m M; ftitoiti 

m-u ad. 
Stee, ipot en Ma «d: IMnrei m. 
AT NSW YOBK 

NEW YORK. Oct. 35. - OoppCT 
quiet ; electralytlo. spot ud 
future! 18. 

Iron steady and unhanged. 

Tin steady: spot and nearby 41 M; 
futurea 41J7. 

Lead quiet; spot Nev. Y .rk 690. 
Ea-st St. ^.oul^ 6.70 

/tnr nutet. Ea-it Ht Lculs. spot and 
futures B 70 

Antimony, spot 8 87 

TERMS RAIO ~ 
AUDACITY ACT 



Bankers iul Rallies tip 
Stem Jixchange HyUeriu 

Numbed of Shares Au- C\\{ in Half, .is Compnrcti 
With Extraordin.n\ e onLlmons in New York 
Maikci on 1 hui&ddy 



• BrsiWM. Brawn * Co. LtlLI 

Niw YosKi oet. ao.-at 
to ba the wmiwniBi or optaiflii to| 
(toanetai elrcles before the opening 
Itat tha banking support whloh 
came into the market yeaUrday. for 
the purpoie of stilling the hysteria, 



trading grew, aausing the tape ti< 

ultimately Isk attain, and got be- 
hind about an hour and a half. 
Neverthele...-., the number of shares 

that rhitiifii'd hn:id.<^ uiiiounted to 
lervs than hnll oi yesterday* total 
The tfsual up and dimii nmvementji 
within a limited range followed 



would ba eontlnued «o Into today'a | d^rmgh the rest of the saiBlon, and 
seMdon. and sndi proved to be ttw t oioalng prlOM of the leadtog 
eaea. IWa, together with the quite . ^^^kM ai laeorded dhaetly from the 
apparant effnrto on the' part of sev- , noor showed mbied results. Tbe net 
eral organtsattons In the financial changes were about evenly balanoed 



Ktngsl^ Ceeamenta an VUbIb af 
Thareday^— Bears Are Dae f er 



'BC Bone Corvoniion. Lul > 
NEW YORK. Oct 25— The de- 
crease of 1167,000,000 in brokers' 
loans is now of less liTipor^HMce as 
a bullish factor than the fright of 
the bear crowd The runh of the 
latter to cover the moment they 
heard that banking Intervention Is 
contemplated showed that they re- 
aUsed that thetr policy will lead to 
tnrar own Anrsenenr^ miat a 
number of leading Issues ckwed yes- 
terday above the quotations of the 
day before, when at noon there was 
1 i.s rcportiPd to have | apparently no bid for .ttock.b iii i\:iy 
price, shown that this organized raid 
was a .-iheer act of audacity We be- 
when the ; lleve that the bear orowd will receive 
its puniahmant even more seriously 
than that UMQT gave the millions of 
Investors who bought atooka to good 
faith as a safe madlum of tavest- 
ment for ther funds. Many will be- 
gin to think differently now about 
stocks: and It will take some time 
before the public will come buck to 
the market Yet . If ever stocks 
were nn the hiiTKaln counter, they 
are so today. The lows which they 

registered a i6te>day a«« maaalngleas 
and should net ba aaOiptMl as a 
standard of bow low they are apt 
to go again. There comes a time 
such as we wltnen.sed yesterday, but 
old-timers know thai thLi never 
happened before. We hop>e it win 
never happen again. f)y all meann 
one must be conscious of the fart 
thai econnnilr rondltlons In the 
country are sound, and eliminating 
manipulations here and there, stocks 
were cheap even at their high prices. 
niThe •o-oallod "blue chips" are oat- 
** right tmrnhiiea today: parttenlar- 
^ ' iy stodu In Cba taOraad gMup and 



dLstrlct to allay fears through iiewb- 
IM per advertisements and other- 
wbe. served to dissipate the panicky 
feeling that tor a Ume prevailed yes- 
terday 

As a result, initial transartlonH 
were A point or .so higher, with the 
ImproveineiiL quite unifotm throiigh- 
out the vartqiti departmenu. al- 
though the leaders seemed to be 
recipient of special attaatlon. The 
influence of Of latter^ action was 
probably dependtf opoo to spread 
ItseU to the nuifc ani foe o( the list 
However, ae the stMton became well 
eetabllihed. prtoes began to yieu; 
until a level about In line w ith a nd 
in some casr.K hUghtiy undof yester- 
day's ejoee was reported. 

Simultaneously the vofauna of 



between gains and lasses, the varia- 
tions ranging from about two 'to 
tour polnth. All through the ses- 
sion the market bore the appear- 
nntL« .if imung considerable stock 
l>rev>iiu: uiwn It, which, however, 
absorbed in an orderly manner. Tlie 
news items of the day were chiefly 
In the form of optlmlaUeatata- 
menta from prominent exaonttvaa on 
the condition of bu i ln M i 

One Item stated that Anaeonda's 
estimated earnings this year were 
equivalent to eleven dollars a share, 
and this was accompanied by talk 
■ if H iHisslble Increase in the dlM- 
(lei'd We believe that efforts v tU 
be roi;ilnued to maintain order In 
the market by means of bBUiklng 
support. 



Tape Topics 



ad gMttp 
leading bMiia to the vaiwua eCher 

fields 

A continuation nf >»-.sterdfty s re- 
covery is anticipated, and though 
the inevitable week-end pront tak- 
ing win bring lower levels for some had to be met. and there you are. 
iHues. we believe, and we have 



It Isn't the fault of the stockn 
themselves, the brokers point o'.n, 
but of the buyers on niarKiii whc 
overbuy their i-apaclty t'l meet Iheir 
obllHBtions. II there be one fart 
whlrh stand-s out more promliiciitly 
than any other as having been 
chiefly respWMlble for tbe general 
downward trend, recently so evident 
to loetf stoekg, tt la that UM holders 
of stoflk on marglna have over- 
bought. 

If there be one leason more than 
sno'-he: .(hich has become IraiiA- 
pareiitlv t-Mdent— In a greet many 
[ Hses painfully evident— that can be 
learned by the people who overbuy 
in this clasalflcatlon of stock ex- 
change trading, It Is. say the 
brokers, the tutlUty of trading on 
marglna Then spoculatoni are ol 
the kind who will recklessly pur- 
chase $2,000 worth of stock when 
they arc well aware that they could 
not. In any circunisuinrr.s. pej up 
for more than $1,000 worth 

If we could Instill Into the minds 
of tbe publle." said a broker y este r 
day. "the folly of trading on mar- 
gins lt«would gave an anonnotH 
amount of tteie^ trouble and sBciiey. 
But there It Ik ttia gambling lure 
to uke outelde flhanoee whether 
they can afford It or not. The 
margin system cAme here as an 
Introduction from the Eastern 
brokers' (>fncf> Tlie competition 



said this before, that the boCtan 
has been refchad. Nevertheless, 
dlscrtmlnattog buying li urged even 
If ni aiay all atooka will itoam. for- 
Iher reeovery. 

fORBiCN BONDS 



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TORONTO. Oct as.— Trading on 
the Toronto Standard Stock and ^, . • ^ . 

^it^ii^oba^Vu^ was toward Cioging6ram(?uofa{conj 

although no subsuntlsl | wiBslBBi— wbmi 



changes were made Intemstlonsl "^^^ ■■ 
Nickel and Norsnda dominated the|gJ*^J^- 



vii ronv AND WAB i.oksh 

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IMS. lit MW « Ms* MM IMJi 

1M4. 1st Mar * aee.! m.u m.n 



situation again, both trading abr^ve 
yesr^rday'a levels throughout the 
w.sslon and closing with net gslns 
Opinions aji u, the rour.se trading 
a 111 now Lake differ widely Some 
are nf the fiptnlon that Bome further 
recessloiu «U1 Uke place and then 
an upward tendency. whUa othen 
expect the preetot sttnatton to laM a 
while longer and then ffnhnhiata to 
a bulllah narkgL 

Inlematlottat inekel opened 11 up 
at 040 and ehised at ttt.TS. with de- 
cided tendency upward Norands 
opened tl up also, with a nrst .tale at 
144 and cleaed at t4.1 7» Both Is- 
nue-; nere very active traderi B'ld- 
bury Basin traded actively within a 
narrow price range mnd rioaed at 
•625 Late report on this property 



OwsssBar 



Mana 
Mar 



1M«« 

tn% 

1M« 

IMS 

Wh"at 

ins 

ItlH 



Corn 

IM>. 
•IS. 



0«ra 
M'4 

«% 
IIS 
10 



"Buying on marglna,** he went on. 
^ereates a fictitious buying power, 
with the result that the market 
goee up too quickly and quite out 
of ivoportlon. When the market 
goes down, people who own their 
stock outright do not neoesearUy 
have to sell It. But the people who 
deal on marglni and who cannot 
find mora nargliia. have to be eold 
out. thus dewMtaf tha eioak with- 
out the ale being. neeamarUy. 
Mstined." 

Here in Victoria there haa been 
no display, throughout the period 
of the falling market which has 
affected the whole of the country, 
of any panic faeUng caused by re- 
verbMatbne fMn the New York 
market But then is no quesuon 
that almost everyone who has ear- 
ned stock on margin has been 
called upon for mof margin, and 
that those wlvi '■ been unable 
to respond have been sold out dur- 
ing the recent heavy decUnea. Mo 
other course was poeslblc. 

Women In the dty who held stoek 
and have been affected by the 
slump, have been "pretty good 
sport*.'" said a broker Most of the 
shares held by the fair sex here 
have. It is stated, bean bought out* 
right, but the large proportion ot 
those who have bought on margin 
have i,nr Io<ike<l for sny exreptlonal 



treatment beca-use they were not 
men In fact, Ihey liave resented 
iti\y rei^ection of such n kind, have 
cheerfully paid Uielr losses and look 
hopefully to get back thalrJuMe 
•'when the w*alhM' VoaKE* 

Almost everybody theae days i > 
interested 111 marRlnal trading with 
o;ji necesaarily l»elo:ig lo the cUs 
which overbuys Husbands, wives 
—lor the .*.pin' sp'-i-ulattan now 
enters Uvea at an early age— and 
even children, have "aeeounta" 
handled through their parente. 
While etocks have been the fashion 
during the last two or three yeara, 
It Is ocnaldered quite likely that a 
return to the purchase of bonds will 
come about in a venr m- i wo. as In 
the years ■■\h'-u nearly 

everybody who dealt in securities 
was a bond buyer. 

7*he fall in prices, said a broker 
yesterday, haa set many people who 
had no previous deallng.s on the 
Ktoi'k markets think, mk watching 
and wondering as to when Irw level.s 
would come, and some nf the.se have 
already i;one Into oUa with Uie im- 
pression that theae itookg are now 
at paying levels 

CP. EARNINGS CUT 



SfONTRBAL. Oot SB.— TtaiBc 
earmnga of tha CPJI. fOr tha week 
ending October SI, ware npertad 
today at «4.fNy0OO, a detraue of 
•l,lOom ooBpand irKh ibe lame 
p«iod last year. 

Teacher— Which Is farther away, 
Africa or the moon? 
Stoall Boy^^AMeaT 
Tiaehar— Afrtcaf What oukaa you 

think that? 

Small Boy— 'Cause we can see the 
moon and we can't see Africa. 



Health and Diet Advice 



By DR. FRANK McCOY 



nr McOoy'i meniu suggested S«r 
the week beginning Sunday. Octo- 
ber 77 

Ruiiday — Breakfast. Ooddlad 
eggs, waffle rbreimed tljpugh); 
stewed peart, bunch: Asparagus, 

ptanMr 



indicates that with three drillholes ! steamed eamte. lattoee. 
in tha ore showing already a 300- 
foot length and widths up to to feet, 



IB«. Illh Apr a Oil., Sa MM 1M.M 
IS4S. lU UAr- A atvl.. ««« Slja ts M 
IB44. Ifttli Apr * Oil., 4Sa MM MM 
IB4S, lal * Aw. «H« BSM MH 

IMI. lal * AM (OII«>, 1% mi 

IMI. IMli Mar *S*p* 'C t< ft I. IH4 . true 
IMT. IN Jan. * Mf frttO i, «aa..»m 
ASS Mcr««4 lalSfMI M BalSt 

isr. i*s esn. UM PM Ilia 

IMS. ISSI. taiA, 1T1 «SPB. S.ift Hp iMB, 

ISIS. IS eara in m* %\m. 
iff44. IS sap*, in PBT Ilia 

IIM SI da't. I MB SM ilia. 

IL^^Trasa raia m VMMT SWt Wkf 

uoBh n M la. 



the mine Is Into a new ore shoot at 
Ito VemQlon Lake prope rty . Amu- 
let eloeed unchanged with a net Iom 
of I potou at Pbloonbrldga 
Nickel opened and doeed unehaiwed 
at gi Venturea eloeed with a net 
gain of 10 eenu at 04 70 Wright 
Rargreaves xt^mt^ at 11.45 and 
closed firm at tlJW. Developments 
at this mine contlmie favorablv and 
tha ore reserve poatUon is be4ng 
steadily lmpro\-ed Hudson's Bay 
.MInlnK. m fairly light arUvl'v »p- 
preclated 50 centj* lo <-lo«e st |14'I5 
Bollinger doaed firm nt %T, 4', Ore 
rMifves at HoJllnger are estimated 
at gOOjOOOJND. ai^ It baa toteriMs In 
the iraaiMfBrte DMrlet. wbere tbe 
hidkiifed ere is vetoed at gUjBOOMO. 
Oatos en the asyli aettvUy vara not- 
ed to ftwana M Xi^ aa. omral 
ifataMa. Ortebiailit IM* aM 
Bow^r. 

oils traded UghUy, and with soft 
tone eppareni Caimmtt. deapHe 
favorable reports being recalved 
from the field this morning, waa tbe 
heaviest loaer Stork opened at 
OUO and eloMd at gW Lasito to 



Tomato fonanrama; bakad shlcfeen 
or babMb panaUpe; eeaOWaatlon 
sated of oold oooked rtriag beans 
eoeombeni and lettuce: peach whip 
Monday — Breakfast: Cottage 
ehceee; sUeed pineapple. Lunch 
Boiled rice, cooked string beans raw 
celery. Dinner Broiled steak, ipin- 
ach; salad of grated raw rarrots and 
diced celery: moulded minced prunes 
with w hip pe d cream. 

Tuesday - Break tos \ Prenrh ome- 
let Melba toast; stswen nga Lunch: 
•Vegetables with wholewtieat Doo- 
dlAS Dinner: Rnaii [rark. OOCkCd 
tumtps. okra aalsd of raw spinach 
leaves, baked apple 

Wednesday — Breakfast Whole- 
wheat mufTltu with peanut butter 
pear aauee Lunch . Baked squash, 
cooked lattuca, cucumbers Dinner: 
Mushroom soup; tocOad lamb chops, 
■toiwH oarrotoi MoOgg «lad; i«rl- 
oetwtaip. 

ThiBiilai Hi IMl fill Baked egga, 
IMba teaat: stewed ralsUu. Lunch: 
Bulteiad noodle*, cooked turnips, 
eelary. Dlnoer: Roast beef, cooked 
strtag bMoe; lalad aC 
spinoeb 



Friday— Breakfaet: Coddled 
■rolled ham, wame; Apple aaooe 
Uuuh: BandwMMi e( ml whoto- 
wheat bread and pwiwl toutlar: 
shredded lettoce. Dliinar: Bakad 
halibut stewed tomatoee, sptaflMh; 

MrPoy salad; no desert 

^-^ 4 ' u r d a y— Breakfast' Cottage 
chee«e. ^l*wed pearhen Lunch: 
rarrot loaf, cooked lettuce and pars- 
ley, relery Dinner: Vegetable soup; 
Biillsbury steak, buttered vegetables 
ronsLiUng of rarrrH*, turnips and 
beetA rooked separately and diced 
together when tender, head lettuce 
with (dive oil; lee rr»*m 

'Vegetables with wholewheat noo- 
dles— OOl* together for atK.ur <«en- 
ty nlancas to a heavy, ughiiy cm 
«red paa drtUMBfe «Bt«D tha de- 
sired aaoBBlt of fmb iginach. 
cawpped cimmftaM and eclery. 
Cover the boMto it a baktog dish 
with cooked wholewheat wwdlea. 
add a layei*ot the vegwtaMca. tochid- 
Ing half of « small can of bean 
sprouts (Tontlnua untp ih» 4lih Is 
flUcd, covering all with th* noodles 
bch layer may be Aea«on#d wltJi a 
little salt if daelred. Bake unlU 

slightly bn 

With butter 



com- 



wltftlng to 
mnaloato wHh Or, lieOig 
•ddrsss MMen: Or. VMok MeOoy, 
c)o McCoy FiiMhwiihaM, Xna, on 
South Ardmcia ^Hve p b a. Ua Aagelea 



Printing 

that counts 




"pHE prinlinsr that 
counts to the print- 
ing that selU. It may 
he a catalnpup, a honk 
of instruct inns, ymir 
letterhead or business 
card , . . yet it it 
your repreMnUtive, 
and «s Mich mml give a 
godd tm press jona 

\VV arr rxprrt*: in pre 
p.irini; t""'"^^^ sales- 
mansliip and are pre- 
pared to create any- 
thing in job printing. 

The Colonist 

BOOKBINDING 
PKINTING 

T TTHor.RArHtNO 

Phon^ Id 7 

1311 Bmd iCM 
Vlotaria,S.a 



Tlir DATLY COLOOTST, ViCTaRTA, B.C SATURDAY. OCTOIIKR 20. 1929 



Important Noti ces, Employment, Business ajad Professiona l Directory, Wants, Etc, 



WANTtlJ— MM.K HELP 



t« SITlTATMm W. 



On* M»4 OM-hAll rtliu a «nrd racA 

HuciilOD, alM MIlU a wutd a «rvk vilh 

• BiliiliCbM M Ma VUi^ iBkli will > . (lor 

Iwanir tiia («iiu 

tr.Htitun H Ml lui (aiti iJcnoiia: n 

•*r»K>n UartlalM. taiil" t>t I iiann ana 

JR Mmankot KoUCM. II M 



Act uhuti VI KNciiNrEiuNo 

r ■OAT hi ]iMN.j ^N!. Iitfi'i 
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ttoa^ t tIJ i wm *m mml^ 

A4r«rUMr* wb* • > i^**" ■•■pna. 
*<«r— wi la » box ■> li» > •>") 

'or *»#d«4 U tlMU ti(l>at* xldKit A 

'bkm •! Ian ccnU la iBai* i t i.>..rii 
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'»iJ Uia(i>itu ttwn* UwitUt IMI 
VAMOOUVn. B.C. 
wiinant ■ tfMAi um kial Muipptit aciMa: 
irv> contiiMtit. oat aualiM frarttwia 
•'■f!i<*ora lor iitjiruciait. and « mi* «««■ 

i >>ii rci a ,rrt loa luJUM rai« Moa 

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tjJTKADT. lUUAlUJi riUfwr- vam- 

fhwM Lctua, ancL. 

rpWo'UAOUni WOVLO oAMTAsirrai 
X Kll or pitrl ef WUiiir ■mUm. Vini 

^yAJiTXD BT UnXHJI-AOin I.Anv, 



lint* I'^'i 



aa bouMUMMPf at vmiid 
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PCJUONAL8 



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>■ li la not >i- I ! '•; II u >eli>t >l«ct. Q alKa/f. 

" M**T *i«ioiib'~i4r"uoBT 

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Tba Luluiiui rr(*Ica la avklUMa •««r* 
AM flmn n. 



cLiu fiincAnojit 

for Nrni 

AcrMn tor a*li 

Arrvaaa fPtnlat 

AntM far Sm 

«'jio«iioba«t 

Pirtha , 

nir,-)M •»« U«UhtMtM 

^I't't ii'rrwhaa 

BiillJtriF Mr'-rlal 

R'njtini r "If.- '.art , 

"r I iirTTiBttltl ..I 

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I'tMifLh Nptlrra ., 

f7i«rhint, rnra, 
C«relni KMnU 

<^»m*rr P rapirtlw 

IXMMIW ^ , 

pMUw , 

pTVMnnakln* 

Su«atlonal 
rma for Rani 

Farmi r»r Rata . . ,. . 

^ma WantMl , .. , 

yimtt and Apartmrnti lo Iteni 

flaU and A[>«rim«ni« Wantai 

Ttewtm , .......... 

. for Bala UlK-rtlaiiMsa 

l^rntior* ....... 

ru»I 

, ^iMntl nim-iori 

' nraUbad Hoawa r»r fUnI 

FBrnUhH XooRia for Rftit , 

pn Uhri Roon>i WatiLrt 

l,1nSt lo Rani 

I Kautrhrppint novmn to Itoat 

K>nia«ke«p|nii noonu WwM 

HLixa for Sala , 

, Ii Mmorten 

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r^'t and 

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«w*«. with 
Olv« 9ttaom- 



RAWIXIOII OOOD aSALTH rHODUCTS 
— Fnoli Piraott. ncluMn rMUtot. 
CIU of Victoria, phoaa <»T«. 1ft otvmMo 
AensB. 

SALiaraOPIE WAKTEU lUUCDUTKLT 
lo loll DiBios'i Cliruimaa rarda. Ap- 
ply In paraan lo Dwaoa • lm.. :3M Oov- 



A rmST-CIMM MARCSL AM3 COIU. 
. \ itr ttif raabUHi 



ARB till) FAnncoLA* ABottr ma*. 
tat • ■>< "lUr Brill; 
tlootrvf 
Droariinrt ' 

/ «BARIIS ' ■■Mf E : [■AHIXiH felS BKVkJt- 
^ ■ »t Biiil<;iit« Phon* 647SV 



Double 

Want Ads 

^•'u can tolrplionr y«ir an- 
*"*rr4 tn well a, your eUiiifie*! 

vcrti>fmriiti to Thf rn!..fii»l 
»<i><Jrr, arc oltcii liii'ifMi-tl in 

*>'it Ad\riti>eriirnt-, ih.i- H.. 
not carry tli^ luni. . ..r ..^(.Ir r.*- . 
ol advfriHiT^. till a Lol-*iii*'- 
»«t oUtixher. Kor llic actoin 
■■'Mation of ihu*« readerf whu 
""d II iiKonvcnictit lo write an 
an»Her. and to iwrva ihc advir 
.«r l eitw-. we irlll take ivpliu 
'o Hox >f(ifnW« oyer the l«»e 

Thr I uloiusi Serriec h avmi 

ablr lr..iTi K .1 ;ii, to 10 p.m. c»- 



rat Mut MiHCELuufSoim 

' (One. tiiKwii I 



MLK MlSCKUJUCBOim 

<OBO tt P H 0d> 



t1 

^ In coat. 



■iiahilv iitta. |i(U-a Hi . 

I •»•> 

aa atroct. 5 i p m 



SALE — VICTOR 



lUKEOlATK 
Baa 1«M. Oo)«nl«l -p 



tlAVTAO KLBCTBIO WUntR tHtWI. 

wooOft! tvb. iwUkaiw WManr. »ia. 
'M> t«m. Tbo Mayiaa fbov. HIT Opm- 



1/3000 vnuoivr pumo wok bauk 

<^ ■ Applt Tat Dlmvort BtroH. laomlaaa 
« van Into. 

; I I Kill - CuiaB VirTROLA. COMSOLK 
uaorlmrnl at trcotdt P: n; . uaT. 

Kini:M*M PfAHO, NICE TOWC (KMjU 
' ondlUM. \m_ yh PIraua W31L 

I >tANo. abroldtvly'hbw coMornoif 

I ■ <oo.'iin« «Mi u-tl for tSOS Ptuiiw 



T' rVKS AM> HAVil»:S 
• (• I'a.i aliil .!, .1 
Uotila. paru. l*0.k«fa. cil 
BanbAARSi. 7U WUX Strr^i 



Y MAKKK 

:iiaij-» aion 



U OOVSnUEWimi BOOBC8 TO 
KENT 

(Oooliauttfi 



IfrnKtSHED BOU»EKi:ci>U«0 BOCaU, 

* >■) r<NI ««nl«*n»a Piiana MUT 



IIIANO r'lR KKN'I PMOMS in. 
lai:or *. Co . Ill YBtaa- 



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I |u flur uVAMLuuiC youn wsul•l^u | f 'M O I f B B B . ^VoKfl. 
*J invitoiMas uU UM iMi aiwiU. Too ^ ***** "wrpB. 



HAU'.il^PLHu 



WALSSMAN WAWTTO TO CAU. CW 1 
Tli*^ ator^i ana wBlwa Boom Wl wm- 
<aA holmr. l^larrii 11.1. P-T. 

2i I ^Y'AnrraD boy f>->m ly^vrfjuyp 



mo 

9 

HA 
WA 
BOA 
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Appl» aniaJI » Oakfi 

Xl'AKTKD -VOUNO MAN or I'l.rAHANT 
' ' poraonalit) ;« an •» takamaii and ' 
cotlMtor .'or w^ll-knovn and lonB-ritab' 
Itshad ;nckl Orm; one kMo to at)** rord 
praftrrod. Bm OPlym- 

WAinto TOR VIC^ 
nria atqr* On* who can l&ko tn 



111 lour own haaa Marcel sot. Iiau- ] )Rt.i*«ES »i YI jbhlv MAOBi COATS A 
gut lie, BXprrl«t>c«d opvraoir I'tioii* Bil ' 'P-eialo wiKlarata rhartr* Mlt« 

|,'X[>iJ{lKMCED UBUIUMAMCK bt UAV 
.^J Phona 1B#av 



WTATcnMAxn 

» • tnria ator* 
and to (o<Ki Votk 

U ' ANT Kt>^ RADIO SAX^MdAH. 
Ui>*ii>n4 (or 



rai«a fliraM 



tibi IJM, Colonici 
OAIXBIi 



OOOD 

Aaaiv Txa 



ll'ANTBD - 0TRONO TDtmO 
* • rood appooroaer, viih aoiu 
*n«o in rouu cfocortMb l«r 
aBWMApMdt. sac mi' 



MAM. 



Ij^XTBA PUGn OP HAIB. THE LAT^Hr 
. '"^ twnloo *e*r or your «rD«- 

l:iB boh. ttom It M Baauu Bolon. Wool- 
worth BulidlM- 

i/MTiLjau WDSiTiiTstOK -nua. wnu 

, t [^'^Z^in e«Bm. al MamUortoT 
^k>.Mc Oooy flfortdo la-aroom al BU Laka 

VCZIEMA. ITCH PI»tPH»~i?<;..'iATl8" 
-* J plln. olmraitd Im. Trr Ur<iri* La* t 
OM Chiaaaa B«i*iiia H«ucdr .tui UDtaia 
Mtni Bttaot 



nA R Q A 1 N a - TVNOAII MmRT 
ctUTirr lit walnut apooktf taWM. 

%if bittarifi (ttb«*. 3C-; iVmaaat"""liM 

Pandnra 



ClIllWl 
Yolaa St. 

t/eni*iara . u« 
drIlTvrrd •{!( < 

117 or III 



p»i™»- ana. 

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WIBKLT OH bBBD nrWINO lAA- 



JlfOTCM A.MD B'JO- 
- I'aik.'i 'lun*. t lbs 
icait ca^F all tor |i, 
iiJl * urocory. Pbooo 



r<Ni ««nlvnc»a Piiona ItaiL. 

AUE5 BAY PIJHRiaiiSD* fUla «W 
-|<<in4 k>>i« kilciMooHM nraaao: 



rarait pii»itt aoopy. 



bfatad 



r n;MfUHKO HouaBKCsptMo 

(mint, wim blctaaiMUo. bol arat«r 
l«« MeOlMro BIlM, 



41 WANTED— MISCELLANEOUS 



AKTiqvSB. 
Bow caab prko 



OU> OOLli. tHAUOWDB. 

- RirlcUy cot 

Boa*, lail Oo*artim*nl fltroot. 



I,iI*OL18H POHTABLK RAUlO - 
»^ tHa tei tor iha nuniinx trip 



JUST 

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nvanr iMiraaini in oaad radio*. Oouchar'a 
B-lmoni PidM Strrica. 1HA YatM SIroel 

i^xpEMr NAOjo BBitv:bBr~UA>vPKa 

1 J ai.d motiaU of radip bpU ttpPlrad- 

ailvr: Marshall Brrvir* BUtfoBi Pparalor. 

B. P aiddall- JIB Mrx. fli Phn-i* np« 



ABaOLirTBbV mOHBBT PRlCUt PAID 
for rata, boiUaa. toola. aiavoa. laral- 
fur*. «r anytblat ivu olah to dlamut el 
w* ea!l anywhare anr (imr Ptaoao IIM 

Mna juwirr n.i fi.u; aTRJEVr 
bur* and arUa Ipdiaa' ana apoir 



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rood maa luroitaTs. dUiu. 
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■ '"tj Bloek, Plaata. Bte. 

-'.^nal 

pMiff»«i«na( Dirtalafy 

Proport* far Bak , 

Praoarty TVanUd „ 

PpoHrr and Uvoatoek 

Radio 

Boetn and Board 

Room and Bnir-I Wantad 

Puliation* Watii*<] - Pcmata 

Rtn]!i!iin« Wanttd— Mala 

-V n*n«a«. PnuMP 

f"' »r Itaaorta 

1 wulad 

Trtj^^r _.. 

Tr. r:a<-tuBto— MlppcIMampl.!..!! 

To Ktc-hanaa— Haal BatatP 

To R*nt - Miaaaflaaoem 

"rT irr-uhffl Rouan tn Ron! 

(Tririjrr;l-r«-(* »"-iri. (n R«a% , 

I'ritijrn!.*,--; f(.. rr:, WkQtad 

Wantfd F«m»> Hrlp 

Wanlad -Mai- Rrlp , \\ 

Want«rt- MlFCf Jlanaowa 

Wantad \f> Bwrow 

Wanl«d \n BMIIi IHwllPa . 
wart*d to Rttt«— PttmlatMd Sooaaa 
WanM lo Boat— tralDmlalud Seoafa >TB 
wpbMI la MlaapnaaapM M 



VpaailPBBi and tkBbIcbi Advint 
Aa«Bl ras 

taiffflMilonal Carraoondaaea BeBa^ 

Oaoadlan. UaUtad 
W Tata* at PadM 4111, «« 



-A TOVlPO OtnL FOB MOTRKRV BXtV. 
■f*- Mar WIIMaBM t*k* Phona STOL. 

Aocnow Ajfo f»irTiuoT~BRn3aB 

^ Audio Madtn Avtout^ pbaaa ■» 

1 "oiHL wA.Trrn POB uoirr Hoaaif- 



BX PERT PIANO Tl'NtNO, I) 
TOTBIN VKAHS UtPCRlrNOB 
"W a wlBi !r«<? ria}(r.pianot aerrload 

Work auaranltird 
C. U UACI.ion PHOHB UT7 



t-ViH YOUR NRXT UAitCIX. OH OTHER 
baaiiiy work in b..^.. 



ajiop. Pp r [I ■■ood 
rou aatltfaciiQn 



in* BaavPT Bartoar 
Wa ca^ now tuaranira 

Phtin# Ala 



LOST AND rOCKTD 



paakar 

friir nln 

ELX<TTBIl: riAOlOti piiK UIKK UY THI 
^' BOMB, ill Jaaaaoa BUMt. 



call aik, 



I arv 
A J Picu. 



BLBOnm BAMO. 
Bo* IMi, OalwIU 



OOM- 



108T 
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J^' Jjonn WATCH ooEa moi anr» 



_ . MslBctloa. anaa . 
Baaca/: Malawrini. 
Uracrakabla rto»(««. v:c 



to ID* "Watab 

>. c;»aaIo». II 

:jr6 I. o»d r.: 

AflSa OORRtB. LAT«~<»~"L4">|ixLU| 

. J^?^ Beaui, BtiopM^ Ip WP apMailnP 
at Malaoa Staadmana. 



MMMHB OLIVIA. aLAnVoTAirr. 
»ra at am . «am rm at raaao uaa 



l,^NROLL NOW, VIOTOMA MAIMimBaB- 
A J ina t^Una. lull praMfaal cootaa. ITS. 
fjiifrma 114 Wool.ortofcSdllSr^ 

2 I,"'Jt''K'*"'-*""'D COOK a CM En AL I^NDITR 
■J ] J ^ JO. itallT fi-ff Stindai Noii- Itui 
■I 1 b<«h! |-rvik rie»d appli Hf-.nnF «17D 

*OP|i;'"'- f^^t llnCf^rwOHK AN[> PI.\IN 
, ^ I cookina Boi UJ;.. Colotiut, 01 vhonp 
Max. betwMo ia-> 

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ai 
If 



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AIATROH WANTBD RJII OnSMADTOB 
Oanoral Hoipllal. Ohanalnua. BC. 

DuUta to coatnano* aartr In January 

AppUcaUona w bo In tho haada of Itia 

Boeroury y IS 

\\TOICAN ~ " ~ 

T* Klli-lipn 



WANTsn POR CANDY 
aire on* lo make randy al 



gANDB PCmCRAL CO 

C9tM aad Chapai til) Ouadra 8tr«M 
Plionta IJM. S0I5 and 7«4B> 



\ I ■ A r.T E U r OOK O HN Kn A L. Ai*0 IS 
' ' i> rr-i:y iD-xi plain 00k Naw hotiaa. 
- pr> r^iLiil^rii canrnnlenra Own tltUna- 
ti'Ofn. Ledroon ond baltirtiwii Two ir 
umUp,, SUU waaca aod rxp*rli>i>r< Mri 
■alBMi. WtalM Ladao. Ptntirton. a c 



M 

MABQUKHADE OOBTUMBB POR HIRB 
or made Phona uoan 



AND MAIRCDT IM VOSB 
' P«»pria«ad oparator latlRl. 



ATTINTION HAVS YOt' 1,08T YOUR 
■* doo' It iiidi lif at Pound 

FRUJAT ArTKRNOOI*. IN OAK 

p.«» ^i^5u^.«' '^'^ 

T BBTWBBK i AMD i. 

oontaimnii 

Ijaakfcook. Pddr««a book and drlvar s 
itcenca PIndrr ploaae pImkm tTaUi. 



- OOLti WWn- TTATOB AHD 

'■^"1? Balyauao Anar Hall 

!«5 '^S^ I^wtera. Ohiaibara 

Reward* 



I oBT tANAitr BOW, muow* Dia- 

trio I P luiri* MiaLI 

T.OBT - LEATHER BAa7~OOKTAUfIN6 

'■^ jankfc oob andwall amouni o.' mona*. 

.Tf*^*** Pfcanp SM or rtarr at 
Poalnffk*. 

T Q*ru-o«ir>BRBiAir catT ooiuiKR 
Broad and Johnson BWoau. Maaa 

T 08T-TCBBDAT. KAJTB ~MHS^ BAT 

0,„ „ - *^ «»" ouadra fltroat nwm «iit. 
LD OOt-D ABO SILVER BODOHT r OST n>t ■rnnMniv'a.^miiS^M' ™ 
alH. d'anottdB. Walchaa and rloek* 1.*^, ^" ™"M"T 5*™IHI0O». «• 

Uia Doaalaa Btrpft. oppaalto Bpanwri. ™ , ,t _ 

r OCT -IN OR HEAR MT BllWAROe 
**'A'?Jil*''"' «itt«ai*rlnfl nMklao*. 
Phona 2t4Sn orJBiUL. Bovard 

LoBT—noimD ooiar BKoocH- bn- 
tUls ta Baafc "B.K. IfMa MJt.1P" 



BBBT BADIO VAM'e ever CiPPTRICIi 

liaO OoMplaif. WhllR They Loit 

l>Ai>irjLA no an. Bvaor-fieUrodVM 
l\ Kecaltrr and 3a«B WoaUuhaitM 
Luudapcakrr Aak tor dononairaUaa. Ton 

»ill b* roovinerd 

PLIULEY * RITOmE. LTD 
Blryrlaa BpatllBi Oaod* Radloo 
•11 Viaw atrvat Phona ITDT 

UriLL EXCUAHOB CAB. W 60OO BVB- 
tUno ordrr. tor radia- PImbp IMIBI. 



He : m 1 i ni paid 
tt Co. TI3 Putt Httret 



Wa 

BUT PKlcaa 



AT UODBRATB MBHTB-MXOSLT 'puir 



pKam »w-wx PAY .. 

* fcOIUoa. raca. toola. atovaa. fgt 

Bllura or aaytlilaB alaa joo wUh lo dla^oaa 
or Wa call anvwuara. any Una Trr us 



n BitMt ,\ COSY SUITE. 8BLP-COPirAIN.£! 
' ■ ail notma rantteirit n«i ... — 



V I'hona imiL 



liraW n-.N au. on. «ovr iwu A ^,r^::?',J^,-:;«'»aw^o»5^o 
* ' bpttwti «i....j ..,;;aiti.n i-,,,.„r 4tcj I , aaoao . 



«7 WAMTKD TO KENT HOOSEl 



WAimep AT OMCB--aMAU. 
*«» bodraw (wwoTai 

tyAJtrKD TO iiBWT. BY NovsaonT r. 

W" HAVE A WAITINO LMT OP TBiT 

Otrdlat* leaull* p ^ 
t-'d - "IJ Droad fltrooL 



. UM *lth u> for ta~ 

mrdiau leauiu p R. Btawn » » 

nwaa WML 



M ypuLTEy AND LmtatooK 



■OBABS 



OAnu 



Tir ANTED 1.1 Miltii. POH BHOBT TIME. 
• » [»o ».-.i.«raw» abOM S XL bp B ft. 

a.a • f byllLiiarfUia 



• Ini . or 1 

P. I Boultai. 7»aui 



WAMm— KOTOLM AMD nuin. 
ndiaa aa« parte. PhoM TIL 



VV*''^'''*~"C*'(I>-BAMD PORHmnUi. 
proMptli att#Bdod to 7» Port. pbOM mT 



WEGALL AND COLLECT WABTB PAPXB. 
Phi 



T14>L 111 Johnaoo. 



VICTORIA JONK AOENOY 00 
tin Whart St Phona tJIA 
lanoat buvar* of mriaU, laLka. ,rori rmaa. 

pip*, toacfuneii. anil fuml- 

•ar*' PhDtia cali* piL [uiiij f ■ I trudad to 
aarwhi Tt 



aoUM AND BOAJU> 



BAU or MAUIM 

2-TTnB RADIOB. fIJtl «H«ba radlctv 

lUr t-taaa lUdieJa. IU.Tt: 4-l«tM Radloia. 1 41 

caOMrlad. IIT.M: |-tUb* BntwnlnB-Prakf , 

fat 1*|-ill5*rtS;r.. lft'^1"o VTpV'B'ald'wVn ' i ff^^^ oaitii^Tirissr^. 

Sfl^- J**"- "I'-kia ehanrara. irJL "'"Jw W««PlIonaIly aiuaeUva Ulh- 

|AT»: Timpar A attd B charaars. It 7i. 1 r*"""' •^^ "w*"!. " "«lr«l. In panUaman a 
*^i>^Jl«fBca bat^tloa. KH^ «« Evcraady [ .^J^"!!/* nnY''wi'itMifirM? ** >*«n 

ftwn park and i^TmSS VanSST 



4 n-HNiBHELi Ai-AItniENT. KITCHEN 



Unfurnlahod aullu, ,v*rr toi.vr„iPii^» 

A 

Pbana 4TnL 



ni RNUH ED 



WBW POOR - BOUM 



poll 

AvoO llP. 

w 



AbvSj? jj 



pAMLTON A^. TU PANDoSC^oi 
VV alibad (ultri. houaakoawlBa Vwaw. 



PIANO TOMtHO 

A P BAFflETT 
Ptano Tuner and H'paurr 
Tearhar of M'jsic 
SMI Daualaa street. Vioiona. B.a 

Phoao aaaa 



oataaipt 



» 



MONEY TO LOAN 



IIBMBOHAlf OHBmHO CARDS roR 
^ OferlalMa and tba N»« Yaar. En- 



11 rANTBD-HBUABW GIRL rOM OBN- 
.11^?™' fcamawatlii riaap lo. Pbana 



Tiaavi 



oooK>o»naiALi 

Ml. 



'pnOMSOM-S PONBRAl. 



Pkooo tPI 



*3b4» aod &» 



Tho Flora) Pimprai 
Janaaan and Vanoavm Bla. 



a i. OQIUBT * BON 
Hartlalaiia aod Pwaoral DIrootora 
CMonUaaa poraaBal dlfMUMtwa 
asablad aa ^^^J^qF***^ 



pNioa and ehapali 
«M OWdia Mfaat 



PLOWEB8 



l»\V.jnY9 V^KllDI.-UI BOUQfTBTB. DB- 
mnt. fir: I'lK.fL, Itll ItPIMlBB 



Ft;^kaAl, DpiioKa 
BALLANTYNE BROO . LTOT 



Cg| PlaoBia aad Uailaaa 
P49 rpri auaot ph^, ^ 

Qrt*oapgaaa: Norih Quadra SUoat 



\\MNTirD - MIDDU-AOBO LAST AB 
f * aovarnpaa In family al CBttr cMMrpn. 
•a»» arvea fn thlnaan yaara. TVoold ba 
trra'rd tt on» nl family. (TomforUbla 
iioina and plaarant atirroundlncf Stat** 
aolary «Bp^t*d and Btia rMrrrrncM Qoi 
UU. Qplon iit 

\''00NO LADY. OVER .1 r^n 
' rlorfc la aioro a , -n 

B A UarrlB. Ltd 



>rTTR 
lau 



SHOE RBPAIIUMO BUBtKBBB. 
ot Blaoibard Btmi. la now 
meat«d at llio Broad Btrcot, am Baarts 
Bntiah Plan and Chip ShotT raaaaariaT 

■ 1 5S, 



tjTUDIO DANCE AIITS REE TKBATRB. 

raatvuetloa la avorr i*p* daDcliia. uiMht 
ppraanally by Otoraa Brydon n^at mw 



AOREEMCNTS AND MORTaAOai MM- 
rhaMd Man-* lo loan. Poot * 
Maowr. Barri^l'r* Bank Norn ScotU Bldf 

MONET TO LOAN ON P1K8T MOHT 
aaa* Swlnarton * MusBrav*. Lid . 
•40 Pert Sirool, 



JACOB aaWQHIILIM'B 
NEW AND 8SOOIIO<«AJ(|> BTOHB 
til JoiwaoD BtrtPl PboBO 111 

OppoalU Bad Croaa Wotkaaop 



4PII ALaaCKT PTOirK. PLANTA. ETC 

'DONE klEAU OBOUND IN VtOl^dU 
A.* MO par ten Premier Cruahlaa < 
Rpynood Wharf, oaliaviiia at i^ioap • 



MICVCLBS AND MOTOBCTOtSt 



«tB 



IJOrB 0.0.11 BtOYOl.E FOR RALE 
halt price Plioo* aUCR Mi B'lr.itit 
Avanua 



rnin cay Lav Wioiar iMak. 
A- a.. Oelaalil. 



Apply 



A T fWO Wm OOVKT. IIT UeOUntB 
•n. Btrvpi— Npwiy fanUahad roaaia and 

£i*2" *'"> w^rtui^ 

ward. Idoal far buatbaaa lontteaiaB 

Warn, comtortahle, rontral Ulita Ewloa 

A OOIdPORTAIlLR HOME. WrTH 
'^baatd. ault liuilnxa man tl] Uai- 
vaod Anntia, IbcIim park Phnnt njii, 

aO'iiU 9*1 McCLDRJt 
and rvaldratui. caatral: 
rarninp watar In rooms Phona lOlPO. 



t-WBY PURNIBHKD BOTTE. ) ROOlda 
n\ l > a Olaran oo- Phooa lOsiL 

0\!I5SA*" - "ARoiir^ANbliEsT 
nmUBad apartawata in Uia city a*p- 

i.^oR RBrr-tmpuitMiBaBD d-nooirro 

. A « ' J" iHilMUnp. coniar HItlalda 

apply IPR Bill- tp 



OOAft V 

A^w-TJi^' Dt-OK. BTRAIn" 

Oroa« n ''^■f* 'OfllClal Ual> 

2?**" " *« John oillaapla. Oadar Hill 

A'".. "JUD - PURRBRSD RORHLBSa 
Quadra Slrai? pSm wES. 



A BAAHRM AlS 

. . ^""""•"P bL*ck., nawlUood Bu^ 
l«n-. Goat Dairy Ph»n. 0.rd^V.rt"?V 



PULLT HOIirriN M .VLY DE*.:OHATCli 
¥*I^^ • Bunpaiow Court, 7U Hlilitda 



MAWMB CRAUrr, 
farm tii«si 

Win;.c 



OAK BAY- PUtXY 
■ Phona 17S§ 



or aoSr^ Rictia/da. BaUaoot 44R 

L-OR BALB-P^EBRBD 8AANBN MUCK. 
■ !• monlha «ld AiwJy 111 BUM An. 

ITPallftB aw ■ -- 



wood. 



^|jr^*h^ apartmrnt now availabl* 



'^ORUA.N-DtE APAKTMBNTB. llOt BAI^ 
£^ mora] Road Nic^lr tBIBIAad Ml^a 
Olaan and eemforuols laiMPjlaii aai ' 
Phooa Hiao. 



ABCnOKBN 
Traaalaai 



THDIAN -PRINCEl Itai MOTOBCYCI.E, 
* tm ir a^ulppMl Phona nii or aoPiY 

TT la EAHV TO OWN A BIOVCl.B~»» 
X down and 11 par irunUk Export ai. 
cxcia f'pair*^ thuiy ,«.ra- aaaaioBM. 
Vloiorr Circia Work*. Sll JohnaODBljML 



WONBT TO UMK AT CURRENT BATE 

^ifc •f^'^*^* Strtrtly noAdanUal: 
julck doeUlooa: raaaooabla aharaai. p. B. 

paana ivip. 



ftfONET TO LOAN 
/VN niPBOVED PROPERTT at IBVBII 
w yataa Bulldtap loam arrcaatad. 



ratad 



SEVEN PER CENT MONEY AVAILABLE 
m a Umltrd amnnnt on llril niortBaiat. 
rood inpruvrd r*-n!fntial propariy. Tba 



18 



AOENn WANTED 



AOENTR IN BACH CXniNTT TO TARB 
fonitol oi tha aaloa nf mir NEW 
ORADE ot loan Grvat opportunilv l6r 
raa) man Prrxtn Oaanavr Oompaay, 4Ua 
Pobra SIraat. Montreal. Qur 

A OBICTB RRQUOtSO W TTIIB LOCALITY 
^*.t»."^^«>» awai popvlar Oanadlan- 
nu«» Uaa al paoaaaal ObrlttaMU prrouu 
•arflB Raaai Art ca,. Iia Bpadiaa Ava: 



CiraaXLA OORBBTB. 101 JONBS RLDO 
r> PhOBf 4403 Hnura. J lo IL 

WTAHTBO^To HEAR PROU aOlobtUt , 

.V f "* **' J"** carralt TVnild 1 f!f*"' Coa.t^ut. Btfanani Ri 
Ilka to atlrnd naattna Bandar Mtanl j ! Victoria 

Paddon. U3IL .* ■ ■ - ^ssam-m^m^mm^ 

x'ovn v/Enmwo RiNo nANO carved ^ 

» [rt latfi! t!-»ui, JawMry rrpairpd or 

Drocklna- 
i*'* and 



rPTnade to rr^nrl'm ^Irl^ H O 
ion. Sult« 4i Arrnrir. tii ft 
Broad Photi' :>fiD 



. EDUCATIONAL 



BO. ORAMATIO BOHOOL BLOOtmON 
- poNU tpoakloi. dratnatlii nprainon 
t*yjp MfBiB; m pw yrar. Phono uoin 
or flap 



r vdrrect ENQLnui trsB culturu) 



WANTED TO BORBOW 



■ rovta Awt> RAxtaa* 



\ U, NEW AND flrroNIi iUHD HRAT- 
tr. BiBBru banalna ijj 

•old: X-UM-T 8MVB Hnuae. lota rorl 



pmCUUTDIO HBATKR8. OPSR AND 
«o»«_aidro. la i%ri. Pbaeo aiiL 

pDRMAon^oRiniuueoaB and rb-' 

^tll^t ^^^ Bachanap. TM 

r^L'RNACBB. MS UP, RBPAIRB TRIB 
*- ^onth, ^^r•llvr raiaa Phona 745 

pURNAOEa GET OUR PRICE ON PIPE 
A or tiipeUias. BC Hardware. 7ta rvtt 

UAMOB* OASTINOS POH ALL UAKBB 
ranaoa BC Hard warp. TH Port 81. 

I tANOKS- » PER WBBK PRONE 4f|a. 
- f'ndora Araoue Sola BWMa far 
McOlary rppaln. 



I 'OMTORTABLB. WARM ROOK. NEAR 
R'Bflon Hill Park. atilUMe for ana or 
iw alrU 
Phona 1401. 

r^ouPORTAaie 
V.' tantlman. near 



I'MrjM ANU BOARD. 
P*i:i»(:i-nt Rldia UAIL 



COBY. WARM. WELL - FURNlfiHkJ 
, Wya;. bo»«d oauonali pruai. noma 

nana TsfTR, 



ftC SAMD d( mVBBTMRMT 

AOBNCY, Lm 

lif^ " raoaonabta prl«ad auite and aa»a 
the dlffaronea. Thoboni Apartaionta. 
Eaouimalt and Bead SI, trnfMrnUliod ' 
Twtt-roomad atUla ... mod 

^r-reanod aulto '. tl5 00 

PWr-roonad aullo ■itin 

IMI Itel aiiaot-paur-raoiBad 

- •iw...lM.S0 

Phone aioa. Rantala K 



niBbod aaiiaa. ibwlprw 



SUir^ oak Maa aat . pK 



MtMCKLUnOBB 



MONEY WANTBD-^WE tIAVB PoR ' Fiodlay nancaa 
dlBMBol some »err rholce Oril •ao-t- I 

uog. mo, 11 000. uioo'.f* 

and n-BM. roipfctlveir. ti the tj.-r.nt 1 . - ., 

•J SftaU bo vary pbiSMd lo show tou oui — ------ - -"wa—. 

oSarlaaa P. it Browa * Boa*. Ltd . nil 
Broad atrwei Pbono Iffld. 



11 SITUATIONS WAimik— 



ACpOUNTANT, AVAILABLB PART OR 
fuU itno. vptbH ot Ubina luU 
etaaria of onien Boa im, colonial 

y"M»MPETENT ACCOt/NTANT. AVAILABU 
» ■ (vaninas: modarala hourl/" rate* 
Phona U4BX. 



I MONIi.ME.VTAL WOUS 

s» r»wA«T monumentXiT w^HSSTm 
.-a. If" J* • « 1 oar lo woffkL 

1401 May euaai Pboua 4dl7. ^ 



PCMEBAL SBRVICBB 



raturnad «i 
•r tr 
and 



Ibtitoaai du^ai;-, t-hoo, 
. W k tb aa Laaadriaa. Ltd . Dtm 



1* 



COMINO EVENTS 



IVB 



I )*'""^ "'^fB or CANADA' 
r\. :tia'.i, ■ IP I 



;.'t>*rl*> Itiini * urtheniia 



HALL, 
•t la ll:da 

Admlaaion s$t. 



I* : nfu^ia, unocn Atia- 

Phrna Aodllorlum, PVlday. No* ICatotaJ 
"i.tio ai«n^awBy Ttek»tV toc 
I I AMSTKRLBT 



i <HIMNEY 
' Outirrs 
1171 



J. Cr CONN ELL. 
and oavaa cleaned Pdonp 



HOOBB OLRAKHa TOZIOW Mil. 
^laa aad aaamt Btaip mm. riiM 

^|ARHrKn MAN FOB "RANaT^obc I 



^tl~i(M* "ORTOAOB CN 

•7-1* Mn I „,.^r buildlna. now under ean- 

■iri,'. ii,,n ..r. ;ood comer Iota, in flrat-daaa 

Ltd . 840 Pcirr Ft'i-i^t P'ifiMr 171 



IATIN. PnCNCU. OETtMAIN. MATHE- 
J nattn BiBor 
loas Cook stroA 



t lolUan Wilfrid ord. 
P Ba n o 13a. 



NEW BRA BUSntBBB t^'HIHB i 
Uibben-Boce Block 
Pbonaa SIM aat SfTT 

OOaUCBROXAL OOOMBR 
BRORTRAND--P1iaMB. KrCvaa 

Coaehtoa for CIril Sarvtre riant. 
tTominlon and Piovlnrlal 
PROVINCIAL CIVIL SBltVlCK g..\AU 
O BOEMBBR T 

pUBLie BtntOOL SUBJBDTS. PRENCU 
A n,ii«ir Piii-iia' bea»a. Uc par hour 

Boi M"! '-..K.iK-I 



3« 



HALLS TO RE.VT 



A HAHOSOMR. tHPOETl^ RMW 

IJAKERS OVKRB. WRITX FOR CATA 
I ' iDoiiB and IM af aaed oYtni m-a 
pay (rrlthi to TPttmipPB^iM VAnopuvai 



PUEABAMT ROOIL OOOD MOARtli 
Phone'TiiZ?;! "'•^'^ 

tjUN.tiY flrtAE. rHi..ni)LcmLY hkso 

kJ TBtad: spartal Wlnl*r rat.i homi 
^•atH Pd aBd^owloria- atl Burdatt 

A-t Q OOROB^NicB BOOH: SUIT TWO 
(rn(«. reaaooBbto; board optional 

Oa ra(* 
1 



1432 



SCOTT APARTMENTS 
Pumiahad and Uitturnlahrd Bulloa. 

LllLr^ONTAIMEO PI \T. PARTLY PUB- 

Bord"ffi:2^^';sr^' 

S'TANLxi' APARTUEirrB. UHDRN AND 
*■ ^ M eKanato- Wall- turn I ah ad aoutta paUa. 

rno RENT-POUR -ROOMED PVRNisivS 
^Bdlie. loo bodrooaa: Oak Bar Phone 



ISP 



ROOS 



PlaaarB Btrm. Hmm dMIX. 



TU 



il BOOM AND BOAEO WANTED 

BUSINESS OtRL OBBIRBB ROOM^AND 
board in privau OaOialU Iwaiai akSM 

jLJ*"L.21"i..?"*^ RamilaiaJl aad 
MWB. Pbain MIIL. 



TTPPBR PART OP POTUnSHRD ROUSE. 
^ - vafr fanny; two bedreoMj: im Oo»- 
»riiir*ni SIraat Phona MaiB. 



IfMPDRNXaaRD APARTMEMT fOR 



F** "LB-WIRBBAIRBD TBRRI8R 

air. fcSSl" breadlna. 

■'W«ar«om. um. dam Bur- 
gw Mm^TYUlo. mu Ufu. B. O. Walk.r. 

pOa BALB - 8PRIHOBR BPANlil^ 

• pupa and Brown rtoai, IIS up Pinadill 
K'linil. Phone Colquiti n "-'n*'"" 

L»T BERNARD DOO. WITH PEDIORS^ 
tm oale. rwaaonablr Can ba aMB at 
Doa Bhew. Baturday nl«ht 

TJTOMRB WAJfTBD pOR DOOR KAT 
f A ba aara at the Pvoad. 

AMNIATVRB TOY PBXtNOEBB PUmU? 
■*»* allalUa, nhatuplon lira: prlcoo aioal 
roaaofiable Mrs. OoBtlo. BbaaUiiw Kan- 
Con»m w!o Ara. BUmm 

TpONlOKT. AT I OVUMK. «V TEE 
-.^f*'"*' . Dooalap and RroWbtan 
Bireata. n«r«t to Tetry't. Parlor Do* Bbnw 
Claaaa. for all brooda of purabred dota 
from itiffa montlia of oaa Bnlrlai. Un 
each rlBM will ha lakpn at the door from 
T tu a p m JudBlns at ■ p m. P Dada- 
wm. aacfottry. niaop tTMUL 



MO. Koaltaa. 



BOOMS TO EENT 



\A*AVIRLRT ROOMB. IIN DODOLAB 
• SI'"*— Wall-famlahod aultaa. Ktaoplnt 
and houaakooplnt reona. hnl aiid cald 
watar. ptaam boat 



g-I^Jl «nTB. PVRNIBUED ?HONE 



Un BLANRURO WTKm 

TiRiaRT. eonforuaio modorn rootaa and 
If kaita. rraaiRiabiB ratao. Phono ISIIO 



I,-«OR RENT LAR08 HAIJ, 7«t, FORT 
A Blraal. oawly puUt ond furUabed. 
ttalraUv loeaKd. aalUbIa for Imirmb 
aaaaaa. earda. pUne «B7R. 



MIBCEIXANEOVS 



all 



r m • fir k 



:r»niater; Mfo aaparlencr 
Bo. IM4. colodlai 



,<iii./HitiAi.o BCROOL. WU'OOVBRH 



SJlri'AnoN WANTKD BY TODNO MAN. 

aip^rieoeed in Bataae and scrwlca 
ouuon work: «an drira anr maka of car. 
PlMna a4MIj. 

rpWO NBAT YOORO U8l«rA6KrM-y4~ 
A for aMPdr aoaitian in city OaU 
Montrooa RoleL Boom 47. bolwoaa 7 and 



W"r^?*~'°""'*^'* *■ DRTYRR- 
"^ffi?.""*'^"!* rofowoo. 
UTIL, Or Box in. Ootonlol. 



\\rOta OH CHINESE 
'» Otttee. >74 Johnaon at 



EMPI.OTME?rr 

Phona 4m, 



MAN 

ant im. 



'KNnUBBi 
anrwhare 



WANTB 
Bob 1411. 



- -..on now In'AS^ g^^'I'^r 

I I At I,.,\Vy KN 1>AN, B MoKtlAV lie 

nrr..: ^,r... ,,,.^.,1.- (o(.,ni.. 
H'l'. -rhf.',. aal;.wr. rap, „ 

'^^^t^Zl^To^ — 

T B A A DAHOB. BATimtiAY. OCTOBIR 
]l' * " R*»"»hmenl- Admlp. 

wewBEim or the bbquimalt c6n- 

aorvailva Aaaoclallon witl hold Iheir 
a.injial maoilna on Orlnfcr 10. In (he a 
P-i.r» Pariah llall. E.,ulmall A* Coo- 

tIaU. Saturday Ortoke* 31 DanTino 
■ te II. Adwiaaiivn lo.- RafriSiJsJTu 

pRp PATrIa BBAKCH CANAniAH 
. dPaop r*ar» Wednaadar. • » 

10 III wahMIra aad rafreihmanlai Jsr 

poBTMara pARnrrR wnwr orivb 

J asd Baaea. R of C Hall m p ai 
Saturday. ^*f<Mf^ "l^n". Wc 

|»oYAL BCKJiET^ ~or"nrr "oROROil 
J* Hallow* an danrr, Araphioa HaU 
Ti»afda>. Owioaar U a> I tl p ni 
ilrru Hpllnna) 

anrt rnmtr 

r.-:-.-..;n Sttc 



\'OUNO 
a-ork, 
Coloniil 



■\-niiNO MAN. AOBD TWBHTT. Ooo[. 
I J*"*?,'^. will, 
1"-"" -""IJ"^'"!' arprorrad. win ^o.-,- 
iiU'T dawkhand. haul, aaraia. itore. or 
anr other fob aiih raaaaoaUf UtIm Wa«T 
Ready to romiaeOM «eA Novtmbor 1 
Aopir Bo* IW. ColpniBt. ' 



nrollln> 



Rm 



10 y' ~a£RT^ 

B ClBtpiFMW 



^PEBDWnmNO- THE EASY 
hand. Dar 



'■T.nlr.i 



BOVAL BL'.SINr-*" llOOf. 

11-14 0«rr Anaiia Campbotfal 
■ lOOa Lio»rn;;nrin i^treal 
Prltictpal. Miat B W SayoB 
'La te T eacbar, New Era BcRaol) 
-p^REBBNTATIVE for Nallnnal iBaUHIte 
XV ol Bacratarlai of (Jr»ai BriUin PupUs 
prepared for Sp««d Thaorx and Prliaie 
Socretar^ei niplomm .in(jiii>ana. T»Da. 
Wft tlBP- Offtre Roultna Pbona asJt 

QPROTr-SBAW BDBIHBBB AND c^L 



AUTO TROinca built to ordrr. we 
MallM la «sr anB timSSm 
lolrtrry and looaa cdvora. ~~™' ■»* 

VICTORIA Acrro trumx BKiim 

Mia Oak Bar Avenue PlwiMaiM 

A YOUR TRASH WnX ORINO VU(I 
*. ""i hottl»». alM tools 

ttavva. (uraliara. or aaythins elaa w* 
»a.aBv«fean aad pap tSm^yrmT Phon. 



I>E8T BLACK OAHDEN LOAM. ROOR. 
IJ Hnde». era**!, manure, dallyarad any 
*hmj Eradloa. laaelH. etc Pbom 



Tniu 



Broo , 



LADDERB. PARK awmOB- 
kenaeli. clurkan hnoaei im— 
m Port Btrael PbaoB Idia. 



BOORBI aOOKBI BOOKar TVOUBAMDa 
at the BrItWi Parailm 



DM. 



■ETABlJaRRD ipoa 

/"tmcuLARB PROM 11 SO rotBT 

\^ I ... 



foHowlaa 'bundroda tr«« Ha. 
MAIL AOVr 

OnOULARB. kCACUHO LXVT9 
Wa aman a 
RKwTOII 



UB: 



HAIL AOVnnRDIO 

IB. kuSmc 

adYortiataa 



anitp L m Part Biia«~ «!SiSriPii 



«irt, 7«.7*7 Port Street 
T>U«N BOCKOAB- COOKINO, LiaiTr- 



TkROADWAY ROOICB. IBIJH BROADi 
At clean. Tie aiaht op; lino wa«K up 



KBO-armMO-ROOM. btkam mcatho. 
twi PBR a«ad water Ptnnr )7a( 



i^TtmmsBKi Roc»L wmi breakpabt 
If 4«atred. Pbofw araur 



JJOTBL WBTHOlJiIB 

iai7 OorammoBi atrpat 

BTRlCTLT UODLHN 

•MalAl Wtatty and Winter Raioe 
Row la affect 
lavpBt:Eate MpfB Bolora Oolnp 



M fXATS AND APAKTMENT8 

WANTED 

n;rufiaHBO apartment 
' t hiiniilo*, tl.rea bedrooma lone 

"I'liahi- f,ir Kemnlt 
rnrrt 



„ „ , no ehlldrasi reler- 

Bux tioa. Ooioolat. 



55 



GtMUWB Roixaa oanaribb. bdole 
DPtod and athera ITIO Penman Btrwat 

MANOEl* FOR SALE PBOiri~TMTLl 
Hoadlar. Rowland AVOniW. 

r. BafRW.: . 



AUTOMOraiES 



DAT PARRINO-HRW RATBB. 11 U PER 
tnotith LUlWl OAtscPt — 



month 
(Itreel 



Jaluuan 



POB EAIB 



BOUSES TO 



PURNTBSBR 



UAWB. AU. 

pamaiod, t._, 
Oladaiona Avenue 



KIKDS. PILBD. ari 
•amaiod. He. Pboao W Rnerr. lld7 




KA rAINTESa ARB 



\ TTENTioir- pAOnnn. uaBoMm. 
^ Ins. paacAaaaBwt bo jab taa maiL 



Phone aiPl 



- . — Paaoy 
Prleea fnr beat charnaHr 

tt'imai Ref'eahnieBto. tklt- 



It 1 



V » 1 



A-n RotrtMirAl. SOClRrr 
■ "-ulai . .-i.Th.1 jg t V m , 
' • -tf Mr P Nariar t>en(. 

eon rlit.';ni o( (hinaalea Oboarvaton. will 
teeiurr nn Laop Ba— O Woathor pare 
east Ire " 



SATURDATy OOTO MR R M. !:»• PH. 
taaiaa' duuiary tn haadred. Roatar 
Baa. lit! OoyantaMBt Blroot Oood orlaaa 
Adai Halflw He 

f|WIOHT.~AT I orCUOOR.' AT TRe 
I earaor af Doiialaa and Brooanion 
Srrw*ta. aaa* la Totrri. Portor Do* Bbow 
Clo4aoa for aB braedB of purabred doaa 
rreui three mrt\\y<» nf •«* Batrtaab Me 
•aah elaaa ■ .1 i-.. aaot tnm 

1 lo I P m ',0 a( a pm P Bafll 

varth. aatraiaif rhon> KTCrlx 

SocixxTt sATtrariAY pRirr or i-wi 
W*M tartia portnoi whial and danc*. 



■Anrropo. rAPEn.tA>VSa 

>'_Jgjg^"''i>a. Phaat asdi. 

pAnmNa. PAPBBRANoma kalbom^ 

A mint, work auarBOlMd Phone aaMRf 

and aavf! (nona> 

pAXNTIN.i R»l.«oMi.sm,^ ■■Airir 
- '—aaoaMe rtmn. lyf, 

IW CAByENI BRB ANR COIIT m ACToaa^ 

A LTBRAT10M8. BOMaALOWB. QA^ 
-1 laeM .Mnallnr R. p. frTtno. 

" O O 8 a BLABKRO. 
roofa - 
rtvaa. 



ALTyftATTiNp, 
loundaiisnt 

PtlB* E»>'iniii«. 



/ 'ONcnrni and oiwBrr — ««« 
fnvndatiooa. baaftmanla, tabblaa IM^ 
» frr-r Phooa 7f»4X) iwaisa. May 

( ^y*^^ OOMTTHtJcnoN. WILL 

* «"» nrloea aay eloaa work heu-k 

fP YOU WANT A OABPBNTB^ pi^B 
I •eereur»^ 

niPAIRWO OF all RIMPw 



live Ir 
Iter oj 

irnurei 

Won. wfii*'. telepnona ot t«i| iha >ltiu 
1111 DoucUa atraei. j„ it iWt^t. mit. 



iflaanpbr Hiah fcheil Haii^ "todl: 
'dual inairtiniioii Inteniiee IraloUia. Dae 
and «*eaina cl.i»*s RnUr oayUBada* 
Pre* vini'iotmpnt bureau imurea aaad noal' 
lions to ataduatva rut '-ompleu iBfarBO- 



aplBp Dtroatar 



PeHi^S^ ^'o<-.,non. voire 

rrooimioa. soBP Imarprnadnn, Plara. 
•^JrtwrHRB. WILPHID ORO. P TO L 
im OpbB Btreet PfeaBp » 



MUSIC 



M 

UANJO. MANOn.in, OPtTAR A»o"ALt 



R> -MANDOLIN. BANJO. ODI- 
nc Ai-ad*mr Ph 34e7-7)aOU 



TO^«NT-MISCELLANEOUS 

Y I>OUaLB OROUNrTpi/XMl'oPTOi 
^\ cornar Port LotiBler. Phona lioo 

t»OR THE DUCK snO<jTlhO--ooAI- 
.1°"^**' '«'hl«*»d sUack with aiove 
on llip not! of Oawtttkaa Ba» OuaZ.. 
Appl^uana VlaU*^^ o5*tob.?TK; 



(^BRimiAR AND BnV TEAR 

PRR80NAL O R— ilRU QAhM 

utrtt dutaaa sBi MpJaa. Prtoto* la 
ma Rtweit fom «r ai«wtaaa IttUHiH. 
Prices Raaaaaakat 

TBH OOWMIRT 
lilt BratB airaai 



I AROB WRLI. . PURNlBHtn BED SIT - 

'■^ Una-room rllrhtnaU* .ii; ■«., 
BD'« I.J rfnt Jjs Qufhf, ,. 

KITX HOTEL. 718 PORT «-! K F-ET-^Om" 
fortoMe. toUr modern rnama, botiao- 
kaoplaa rooau, sullaa Piinna ftl. 



A atmoALOW. nz rooms; WALKING 
-* » diatance. (omaca, aas. ■«! Ooed 
home, oorte Rood, three bedrooata. 1^ 
nara, raraae. |»» Seven rotnuT ntcali 
furnlihed. PotrBeld. wtlkla^ f»Huod?aaJ 
furnaee. tBraaa. III. Phona mkkSm- 
»ear * Gordon. SIX Unloa — -'^ 

( 



poua ancBiK) m- 
* *!• *ar aiMii. nuoo 



P OOB TO BTBRTTHIND IN TOW:« 

STOP BUB aa when vulitna Victoria 
^ItM^apaJiaainB lor a p^rmaaeat 

J™'»2,jl^_.«BMtiBenla. 7j4 Taiaa 

KSSf iff^"* "** ■»* '1 iipht n. 



»AI)BOHO DAT 
iiitFipi rnttafl 
■•a*4R3 or Mfl3Xa 

pOR RENT BEAtrriFUL OOURTRT 

TjtAmnato-nRHiBHBu pmi.Roou 

phon':^^ "'^^ 

"«NT— PITRNISHED, SUPRRIDB 
Irfteld etueco buoaalow, wUBonau 



I.IOR 
1 Pal 

sae al 

•7'' piSSak'^ * Co . Ltd . «j 



php iw laat 

Hoowi PURRMRi 6m~ unpubT 
BtM. rap raai ar far aaia. on euy 
I arm a Prod If nmilL | llTaaak i im 
BtiUdlBB. PhooTlIM^ woaawt— 



AUTO apKoiAia- A Lioirr wtx BmoR. 
ISA Bta flii Buick. Ill pard Mtea. 
11^0 fltudebakfr 4p«clal »la aedan. aodtBo 
reborad, new tiras. lUO. Bao eiwod waavn. 
raw tirei, IISO. OlM f— IB rblilHiii Bit 
SiK atudahakar aedaa body, liko saw. flta 
frcra IVIi lo tm. ilM. Oae Ml id -r-iftn 
whreti and tiiei, iIm llitlt, IH BBd 
1-lon Tiir.kau raar-enda, TrMfc bmIbm 
Alao boat aasUM tnm tU ap. 



BO. LTD 

naaa laii 



BIX PKATURB VALUES 

W BSaO "CBRTIPISD^ 
VBRD CARS 



A ««00 ' CRRTIPIBD- CAB 1* one lhat 
£Li*"^^.V* I^'^i" •"'•nt^ of eon- 

5M!Si«i*^^dM;5s5 :n\r^^r:!, 

liss H;ii>aoi| 

..?."?yivRo«r ft"^ 

mT^-sa" fi=5 

lai^^wn *•* 

laJi rORD d^^kik 

TUDOR , Wiin) 

IbM CHEVROLET 

OOVP8 , . , 

ina ORRTBLBM 

BIDAN 




ftlO-f" "^^^ -THRKE-ffTORT 
«'A.W moeraio buiidina. with larea rrctant 

■HIMlfclTJir * HOaORAVR. LTD 



40 FOB SAUi;. .MISCEL LANEOPS 

avnAno mavbblub 

IIOOriNG PAfim- A UHOB STOOK 
Jfc of mill waOa. 1. I au l-oJe ^T- 
..i«tio,. vifwria Jai A7«a/&. * 



I )*^rm- stnia. n prb in. nuxn 

i,WR SALE- ELECTRIC WAMOlib MA 
.* runnlnp wAeri alaa new 

rrory^baby bwaar. ewry raaaohable Phena 

pVJB BALR^DNB^ ~«O^Aboa~ HAU^ 
'#"**ua. la eaeollani rondiUoa, 
nria. orwiU eiehonae far pi - "^'"^ 



Til SSStSn 

O L 1 t P 1 N O AND MOUSnUBPUtG 
rooms, tuam haaL hot aad eo4d aaut 



ITAtTLTAIN BrRBET~pnrR.ROOM auST 
' 1 sal'>w. nlrel* furaUMl aiMal hapo. 
niei;', .'xrrrare and SaraSf. VSaaat tta* t. 

iit^ ii.r oriffith 00 nianp iSr 



sjT pRAMtna norm.. »4 tatbb- 

.n »•«■. toot and cnU vaur 

•n fioor a. roaaoaabla . Pbanp Mat. 

rjVRxa 



r\rmHtmo pob a iAffTDlrimBi or 




VUBB 


VfRR RRl 


■WO" nOLTOM. AR.CM 
»darf. RdtMBp. 111! rimo 


■•B V*M» 


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• l» riOTHIwr. FTTBO enoBO B1«. 

wini'r .;;r'-o;,'- ^'■:;%^ 

WHELL-PIMR BVBNflta DREM, SIZE T» 

Ptione UTtR " •atrinr» 

yOtTHB NAVT ClllNOHILUA OOAT 

* perfort enndltloo. (lap IL fOT MlO. 

_^»h » caiaoiio ftiR 

tec 



WJRt 

I on *i* coAi. 7nc Dnunra^B 

AUU tri or IM 



•nawTTTBE 



V fl "^•'JJ*. almoai new mn. 
^XARPBT BALM 



Hit 



HKNRT UeOLRART 



_ . AT c.L, Voice 
_ enHara and aiaaa wtMina Pba«M >tM 

StRdnid vbioB cuttore. ^osjo 
H allaw wiptHod Phone Ua>or J « r 

JglB^rUQ far appiiintmafi IHiidiM iTfl 



Bad 

H-ieh>a 



lUjuro WIRD0W 

I Do, 

Qaadra aod Vaaaaam 



a l-*d 



nAI.« fliaNTERPIEWJ STTTTR. 
4 i*n Are l)*»k*ta Phone 7107 

J|X« aALB—ANTIQUB ~ 

a 



Jobbtna. Thor Ptlmler. UB. ''Sm«T. * 
^VIR BAU, CHEAP BRUNBWTOROOR: 

*■ "Ola eramnrihone and Ifurdnrk orean 

new ntmmoni bed. •-omplela Ptii>tn> raici 

■pOR PAl.r CCNTAHR TRACTOR wmi "t 
■ ridlne »iiUr in.ia-ii,rh diae lierrowl ' 
pinuah. rtiliirauir*. hell fuller etr 
0«feet_rn'idiMnn Colohlel 

1?Om SAt r - - - _ 
r A'l i-on* 



ODMFORTARLT PURNXBRID 
5?"! *»t*r. PboiM aad Uabt 



v irKEn RABT Bai30T. tN 
rondiDon Phony mST. 



pMJAMJ^aABT BBOOT. UXB MBIT 



oar 



ar.li.ti 
*er 



wa itn.t T.-i 

I^M■^l■.,r• Mart 



MHB WILFRID 
peclaUat PHow 



pOR «A(.B 



I" 7«T 



»*xTRui»«irTa 



ptaho. new 



XORIKB BUNOAIOW 



Ph dBo umL. 

axA loae oideol Ado ABOoey b so 

A4*»rtttlna li la 
■ t iiaam ta to 

MAKP YOUB 
rALI. AOVZRT1SING 
A COMniNATIOM OP 
TSiB HAIL AND NBTrapAPB 

Wa pUa 
oi»d oonplpfo 
both the aBaaa 
elatM af 
pabiMty aaa 
•ro plaiaad 
ta aabaill 
BBnHloa of 
aar work. 

Mot roaeooaalo 
Wo do »ery 
clodr vlmooofophiai 
and multlaraphlaa , 
also addraaaiBa. 
and hoeo 

reliable molltna Una 
Pwataae retanded «^ 
i.ndefle«rad moll 
wbaa BBMo at* 
■BMM bp aa. 

NRWTOH 
AOVERTIBIHO 

AOENCT 

Ualtlaraph and HimeopmHt Oiroalar ■ — 
topa aad Poit^arda Addceaatno and m^tSS^ 
RaWa Quoted on Lwal. Ofimt 
raraida ■■trtilasi 



Phone m4X 

tVANU. " SONNY room! Uai OP 

TatiX 

NICELY PVRNWfEb ^RBDROOMB 
reaMxiabU pfloo. Ml View Street 

i} NICE ROOHB TO RENT, W?m Vn 
*- of kjtcbaa. fully a»dora Phon. mo " 



OAE DAY 
NEAR 00 LP COURSE 

^|ODaiuf »-Rpau aruoDo 



Mooaa. 

<ai)talBlBi (our Mraaeu tod uaaal 
iirlna-ijMMi OtMlaUo haatM. wy 
IB eaiBBlalF tatBUBad ^|*>~) 



van SBB a aH B BlalF latBUkod 
Raw atallBMi 



m rm auaat 



Pbane 



fifl HE*; .■ I rjt -TT rt rr i six ROOUa. 

t-IW Ihr.p b edrooms recant . . II7M 



■OOMB WANTBD 



L*?* .J!?**"**- ^ARTLT 
u furalahod room |» prieaia haeio. near 
centra cWp Baa 14H, Coloolat^^ 



DRun 
altwta ri 
afcettaa 

P O B N 1 a R a D 



■nriT Bniiamaiimi 

«T Tataa aueot. 



AND 
Hra 



BANK BTRarr Birta nmu^ 
four bedroome, famaoai paraso< 
*a«Bnt 

I74S El OIN ROAD P.lal.< ronm., 
foiir ti«i]r'>omt aarae* f<itna.-e. 
BOOJ ("nrtitlon (acanl I4<| m 

■ II NBWP<>H7 AVENCt-ElaKi fooij. 
at unra •■.n I -hunea in*. fOii t lied - 
rnome, hoi water haotlna. Wired 
(or aloelrlo rassoi Pi MSI MtM 



BBOO MOrOB 00.. m. 

Vaiaa at Quadra BtroN 

Aalbarfaai Doalara m OBaolu. U MBi 
Maab aB« Cfci M plal Obro 



A ■"'''•>■■■ TOURINO. IN OOOD 
^oamUtlaa. ai aaaa an«o. Phaoe >4i 

U. RARGAina-RVOBafBl'ui.s 
for Ford. IH: aolM Urpd whoPlaaad 
aaka. ealtaMa for trallara. Ilobt afbaavv 
work; panel delirery body for pardi Iraafe 
bodlea oT an kindai ifoa PM BariSS! 
banoon tlrea. new oalat. OStlfw eaT^ 

Cw. owned br a tody and hM la aha 
It of ahape. inS^Part? dnUlAJiB 
lap aB HOkoa 01 tracks and caia. 

H^WraS^i? 



«» nvi atiopt 



'hone tat 



WBCAUdE QlfAI.ITTEB THAT MBA.'« 
real tailafarnon 10 iha owner era 
l»Of» r"""'*'"*^ ** * I>a.la Ltd uaad far*, 
itaureri And them pleaalne >n>*ifmanta 
'lW7 MtLAUQHLIN.BinOK WEDAN A rour- 
dvor ihai la In beaullf'il condition Tbo 
■moolh, «ulal apnreiien. ea well aa ad^ 
Icrt. will appeal varr aironalr tp Ria 

im vruoBBABMi aaoAH. a 

Mnder'; Iha* haa ||«d araaor 



l^KW RRNT— RSWLT^OBGONATn BCS- 

r raaoad bMBtaiaw. anaiaao, naana 



■ordaa. 



hamaaooataa re 
niana 44dB 



lU 



* T 7kj V7EW BTREBT - HO UBBRiRPl W U 
rooms HoJf block from Bponorra 
mi FORT. RODS BE b"b KlVo 



A "TBB, O O H P O R T A B L a 



X^om BMrr-<iiiT and Mn ouker ar.. 

A tPBT ramoi font Ita, waiar laaiudad. 
Phwr»e dtM Brnvn Broa "waa», 

poi-n,»ot)M noma, 

1 and h.ii Phona THtRt 



ri'» I 



RRNT 



p nr-rr - aix-ROOH MODERN 



2f?5f' Pfi- Tbf*a-roo« apartmant. 
LM. §H Part airadi Phono nCi 



Twrna nuva; ■ Booua, praiMAaa 

I caraae. iM: RoBortaaTatym. I 
saraye, fumaaa. Ill Phaaa WM 
"ear * r»w1on. Iiy tr*l«rrR| 



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paar. HO Pembortaa BwiM 



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laonder" lhat haa Bed praaw aaiB^M 

aMranl^^Tkad atfeeaT" eaBBM«3C 

.'T tim 

Aaaortment of Othero— dlM Dp 
H A DAVTE. Un>. 
M^^fiAn-BuKk and Uapaaptlp Olpi 
_ OMO Trucfce 

a« ratao Btraal hj Maeas Blrawt 

PKona Mat 

f |AY rAKKfRn NBW RATBB. fl H^m 

I' mtmih Llilie* Oaraee, aM Johnaon 
at feet 

I^^BSEX SEDAN. Il]l UODSL. IN WON- 
d"fful •riaita aod apoeoranao l>tii 
eot has hod ftj little mnnlne and te 0 
borwain ol 17*0 WID lak* ^d pan 
pa yw ii Oau mm 

nOMRAL TBVORaT'oMiaROII HOTOR 



YAM 

*' Pinii.*, ferrar. lat 



MoT>rRN nvk 0' o*' 
'n ApT-ir '■'"I 



BAY U'mKNN orK-ROOUBD 
aaraae apOPT 

>T>ciiM nvk O' ,o«.' • ' - rTAnM.CLdkk 



Movrpor i>PB PT... r rno MobaRH 
laree rent Individual e««klae eMd 
Beaeane kle rata. rt,«M T«M 

\fCOBRN BUNQAI.OW. 
*^ ftirfMd tent in 

RmiBi «» tiih aiPMi, 



F|XMI BALB- 
pnce tNP 



FMm BALB-iaii Foao. 
Pint order pr1e<« IM 




tMd PDBO 

Pbno 4i« aa nl 



V O R D 
I hauled 



I lORT 
rheac 



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; x'f^ Al muBmhri mn mNm Om 



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rife DAILY OOtONIST. VICTORIA. .B.C SATURDAY. OCTOBER 26, 1939 



A Mart for Busy Readers — House and Business jProperty for Sale and Exchange 



^ytf\T BILC » door BKUAW, nmatr l«» 
i«s town 

i»o Down -liotxii i^^vrt. 
iM rioWN fiRii <-<tvrx. ti»i 

lU DOWN rORP BtlJAM, bil 

uiM 130 month itji 
UaM Ckri Bouctii <>i Mold un Coniin 
HAJTKIUI MuIliR CO. l.tt> 



S300 



I wUli (Irll uer > h.Blf S Ion I>v«riun<J 
T riki bi>tu>nt Both 111 looa • 

CMldlUOa WUl IM MM CbMLT 



flood ofiktna 
ApptV 



MAM. covMiurr 



JF VDD *U LOOKmO FOII A 
1 



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OAK In ana wt Umm »wmIw MkM. 
64m t fftU W H* ««r Wl aalMtMa 

!>ie NASH 

BJDAM 

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im cnvBMtf' • " 

ooon u£>"" 

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tM« PORD 
TtXIJIWO ■•(•••■■■••••ic 

i m ro«D 

TDXran .14, ■!!•••••■« 

int pomo 

TOORtlfO 

itw roan 
u» wamo 




naa ifcmm oo.. tm 

AuUioflSMl CMKler lor 0»dUlM. L* a*lla, 
KMb OtMTfoM Omn 



■ NBOLIDATKn MOTORS ■Vlr-TfiRfA' 
LIM ITKl 



wiLLTV-Kinoirr. hopiL rt 

A imrtin B>r mtb ■ wort«-tmmit*» 

fittMi DIM whMla MdtwdH full 

WW. Irttti UwWMBdl mi'e* 

•f wnCn* MMrlaa. To ■ppre«iBii? 



71 



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VV^HOSaaAUi DRYCKXJUa — TUMIBL 
TV Bmumi * i^u , Ud . vboiMftl* Art* 



onm oooo 9otc 

WILLW-KlOOaT. MOOHt M nOAV 
A MlMSM of CMS, Is ftkMldUlT 

c«f MMluon. rrtflwu ewaw 
bM Iiut Ml fvi Um Omnt- Pilud 
•I ■ bla ndtWtlMI tnm now t ar )!■! 
K Cbkwa M MM tl>r nri.> bl« 



[■r tt 



n.lULKY 

wuvm oDAcaf; lats itn 

Aa i f i nn iM H iJ J i m i nMi i ito r »r tMt 
hu hMB Siirt g Brit ek w eoadiuoa 
b» prvviwu owMr. Us ri«M of 
tuU* or oat. OrtsUul Daub in 
•ttrMUn Um, mill MMk aUM 

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.1635 



ruMunr— 

Thla (»i Lit ;>««i> kaft <.;iiiiu«ilf 

ftfie I iJii l.t I. . 1^. n ' I ■ f. '...r ke*. 

ti I'l.il 'i! 1 " ,1 i . - • , t „»■! 

V^W^^OO Iiieclkaulcau> ^^^^35 

MAITT omu 
"A* Av ffttiUwr DMA Okr Owdmt 

THoa. rLiML»y. i,to 

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n ■ * 't 1 rou 



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Ml MWI 

a L A D QH LI N • BUIOK. rtt TVLia 
Man "fl. " IIW. good bur. O.Ma 
Track, lata nodal. 4-wh*al brak«a, a bftr- 
fain pord Tounna. tiO Top and 

tiai « ' urtaini. ntw. Bill fll Pord. CtitTro- 
Ul or Dodia, II iO P«r ivl. Overland 
Tourlnfl, |1M 



I MOKASD ODAJt, AtK^aOUKD 



LLO0EU CAR 
HOW 

RUL ooKmrr mo h$ ywn ina aw 
M br t«nJM la M«r hmmi w 
OH M Ba» sImM bMAISm Mm. 

r- 

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C»AC»L IIM 

«onn-8ix miAii, mueut tm 

KMEX BTTFCR-eiX CUACT. RMILt ItM 
tSHliX bl.'l'Kll SIX <.X}A08. IMT 

■aaix COAOM. in* 
POMO TDPOIt nDAIi, IM 
MftO CXWFIt litt 
■nfBmH OQtf» IMI 

Mrt^mmtim oovta, mi 

A W CABTIH IJlilTKU 
Tlia OTMlcT BuAMD— bMk UM (nuUaaiM 




jAuxaoN HOTona. lto. 

W'KB JAUAaoN.s riii.ri rAHM RE- 
PORE Tl.'iJ |M. ;,i lUHK HKi'Ar'Sl 

XnaV AM r:-i.L\ 'A 

ARD OnUPSR THAU elsswhkrt: 

tW WWMlKap SL Pboue 23M 

OOK mOIAl tRlCwnX IB A~ 
IMS HudMn Bi'MiBban. tuUr 



•uataniKO and anafl uup far' 



S1145 



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tiillr anat aalMa. tthw m« . 9oU«.l 

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naw, luUf 

tUMmniMd 

■MB*r tux* Ooitpa. futlr 
HWAil UPd. lot iinlr . ^>tlU 

JAUnON MOrrORA. LTD 
H» atMMkUm RL 



IP WMTU nOMM 

D) Tou Waal la Dfiva In Comlortf 
rpHRR Mw U iba Una lo punbaM wa 

i».,-..a'J£PtS. 

im TUZMR. aquipaad vUb Dutm Obvotv 
tlppatf aurur and flbak*. ^fTOK 
A raallr food buv #IXt3 

IBM TUDOR, la aood caachaoieal aaodl- 
Uon. aaulppMl with a Kunkal haaur, 
MktM h a BO«fortabla ear A«>Aef 
for eold vMUiar VOif O 

4m POMDOR. utiolaury tood. lood 
tirca. TMir-apMd RttckitalL and #*JO^ 
In (ond mechanical aliapa ,,, ^l«.'*J 

On* PORn COUPE, laatbar Hvlwliton, 

lair nai-lianlcal condlUW. #1 1 n 

OMd valua at mall aiMOM. .. ,«iJ.U 



.S250 

Tafau Amuad 



CM ^ 

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Ml nam amat. VMa^a. R.a 



wrt RRomm. ltd. 
PHOKV awt 



.771975 



PAIGI a-«3 
boualii 
ilonall; 
I god abapa. 
Prloa 

MsLAtXUUM laOAR. im - Wandarftil 
MtwpmL PilM.. *<)jr> 

MSw-DAT mnrrr ooaok ^ in a«(Mi 
Mr t« ffiM lau at MwU ' 



iMl 
aadaa 

lau poKo 

•adan . . 



1096 

S"^.rrr. . isoo 

»750 

$695 

Id. Ratlaa «4 

Tba Abora Oara Mava Rca* BacondiUaoad 
a»d ai* R«ad7 lot a IkouI 

HcaAK. U£U>IIAU UOTOHA. lju. 

m yaUfl auaa* 
Pbana im 



WAJfTCO 



Uam> OAM Rouovr and b 
aha— a d. Walwi Maaor Oa. LM- 



TV MWO. RM IMl. <!■■■ 



LATI MODBi. 



N M7BINBSS orpoBTumrm 



KtMl 



■AORmOB POR tl^ '^r*"— ftliTi 
Mack and Bxtimt •! JakMag aar- 
W and UiOd faraltafa bililliaM lUaaon 
•alUnc baina IncapMliatad thrmuh ae- 

t- Iio> 14IX. Caiomal 



'CWTABUaHRD OOKPROTIOinBlT, SODA 
founiau. MfnMuadaiL eaatfaruUa. 
modern livlw-rMmi. ILMl Rm itM. 
Oaionlac. 

ITmRKWORD ROOUINO Houac nick 
f iMua. « laod tot. ciAaa la. an aaloat 
avaaaa in Vtotarla. imnwdlala BMiaaaiaa. 
PHaa II.MO. irf wtiici) nTMS^ManSKr 

Ap»lv Rm IMS. CfllwUrt. 



MAHVPAOTUROlO OOHOBUf HBQUIRBB 
Dannar wttta aawll aaaltaL XMap- 
r«Ma. ar Saa^ 



iu. ptrtaar wttb bbmU 

Sm oXaiiM. 



pROBABLT THB BEST OORKKR 
I lot buaiaaaa purpoa«a In tha eiir. 
nutaidt ot ih* roiutar bualneaa auction 
Thrva rroniasat. includlna a*>r ona 
hutidrad t««t fin a mala thorouahrara 
Twn atorai and lult* ot livina-rDinna. 
brtfialiia in woti ravanua Tr.ii !• a 
Oiat-claaa Itlvaatmrnr xa^.r '^i<. (,. p 
man who could <i'r r >\- - ..f 

huRaelt. Tama, it nacaa- dwAJ y i 

mni at ^ vOUvv 



iMiRViToit * icni 



pARTT WTTR THRSR RTORaL PATIRO 
±wta, would caoitdar wariilai partMr 
wm taaah b^atoaa a. Bat lABS. OolMlat 



QTOaC AT DfTOICB AND I«a0 BUVB 
O «aD-«aialfllBfaad irocarr and eoofac- 
U«OOT> bualltaaa. claan. aa« aiack: wlan- 
dld loaaiioo. PbaM MM naamor * 
OardoB. tia unlea BIdi 



ROOIOMO SOOBR IPROUL 
mBR ROoaCB. faOr taraUhad. Brvanl 

X M - - - 



biaBaM"K5ti'a»w*"far'S£Jr5oB^^ 

•M proprlater baa aarad monav. ao caa 
fM, Ptica n.JOQ 

ROBtRT a. DAT A aON, LIUITED 
UM 



lUaa 



W/m HAVE CLTBRTB WAmifO TO BtHT 
* T anall atacral atom fram iLaM ia 

lljao caab. Matt fta Ui aaad , 

aibara a lllUa axua oaatiai and ««d 
diracMd ananf wld pradM* — p'-f'-a 
bwlaaaa. What bava ymt 

PAonrio iiNDnwRiTBSta * 

RROKBUOB. LTD. 

Mr* ITM 



Air 

Hadm Wblarttau iawiMaai mamm 

$14,880 

or a Hat iuDlnB af 1$H<» 
■Rma VBRT CXIOD TO DB 
Dataila In ConOdCBM Pnm 
HIRar RRALTT ■aR»IHB 
M Part Biraat Phenaa tm and »Mim 



T« BOATS AND LAUNCUKS 



RMfrrnORO RROR.— wajiuib watb. 
L oKpart ■aebialiaa IM 
pUaot. Pb«M M»i. 



IM feaw a fbv PHda la Maok al raiiiiaid 

_W ananmiA. lto 

OMlftllMn Oishata-Pataa Mobora 
Port SLraai 



DEPEKDABLE GLOBED CAM 

IBM PORTIAC P13tm-DOOR VBDAN. to 
*ond*rfuI rotidiiloo PraTioti* own*r 
• ai* It tn* ifiT Uaat nl cart, and up- 
toii>l*r> and iMra la apoUaaa. Varr 4al«t 
aad .ayaat rtuoiMB M«t«r. Raa 

IM4 oowir nnoTiiKiiB roimiNa. jbii 

baan r*rtiic»p>l baaiii. f-il pain tan btS 



I.tlSHERMirN CAIX OR WHITE POR 
fraa codif of bonsiat. a Uruaaa lo 
lha CflBiraarcta! Pl<!i»Tm»n rjt Britiaii 
Columbia, Krn H'rinr.!»nn Kach-Mor 
Miknutariiiruia Cn *<>t RatJwar aireat. 
Vancou"' or 

r T«HD Kfnamom biodihr por balb! 



ETT)!''! BUTERJI 

mo PAifOca KrRMATn mjuurb 

X KHntrrtn. l m t ejti7i<1*rh I •* 
Mtt oofaapowar 

JAMBBOM MOTOIU. I TI> 

Pbaaa mt ««* Bi<i-iai>t.>n av 

BMa DliW»alaia laa Taaaaufdft lauad 



•nirmr tviri PUARnu laonor 

*r atalaar. tar mm. Boa i44«. 
OaloDM. 



MOTOa 



TJRtVATB IITAIUJMUIT. BUBOBIUCU UI 
I ar.r daaian oi color Tt>a Ooloalal 
Cainn.erclal PrinCiDS I>rpt Pboaa ICta 

SMPLoniBNT Aaanci 



OM 



WPLOYI 

■aPbaw 



LOYUBRT 



To Out-of-Town 
Subscnbeis 

ODt>of-towR mbtcHbera wfco 
wish to anawcr advcrtiMinetiti 
in which only the tekr'' 
numbtr of the advertifer is ^ * fr. 
nuy mail their repliei f<' The 
ColoniBt, and The Colonist will 
rnmmunicatr such rcplira i'!' 
.4iivf rtiscr. 



78 



HOUSEK FOR BALK 



AVRRT OqaopRTARLR ODBT LITTLE 



A ROOT PDRKITURB UOVIMO. PACK- 
na. alUMlaa as at«iaaa. aaa Jaataa * 
Lamb TruMd* C& Pografgy^aad Ala- 

polnCa. Offlaa 

A'anua pinca bath city wawr. light. Pheaa; tWa- 

MUVINOT IHK Nr^Uir AND t^ROMT S^^ ' ' 'J ' . * 'I'J^ Cfflfl.*' 



PbaM a«i$. 



KXPACKS AND TBBMINO 



JO«EPM aXANBT 
airaat a " 

in aad m 
a vaeialU 



LTD.. UM WRAJir 



PLOOR afWPAffllW 



VurroRU PLOon 
Lartiia, curiae laa 

foUataod old Ooura rtaurfi 

af Wa pC riaor Butla<-|pa O *. 

UTUUOaAPHlNU 




LtTH oo RAPH tNO. 
tuaiafiiia and amtwaliia. MoUttna tw 



IrtMCXmAPHlNU 
J tuaiatiiia and amtwaUia 
laiaa and noUUna l«a amau. Tour atai . lait i 



•rr la lour a4«aaaa aaaal. Oac 



AXUN. PLABTBRBR — VrMMViEB 
I pUlo o« onuunaou- i>iaai«i- 
worlL. caaatrlBB. ala. PbaM 
Driva. 



OROANUATlOMa 



BRITANNIA BRAMOB. OAHADIAM 
Laalon. B E a L. aaoarai maauna. BrM 
Tuaadaf avaty montb 



/^UB'B OEMEKAi, UKICTINO IKIKD 
Tbara£ar> t,*9 pa., aio^i and oavn 
Valaraaa. 

KHBRAL UEETINO.' VETEItAMB OP 
PraaOB. aacoud Tburadaf, S^d 
ararr saatb. 



PRUmNO 



UTHT BEND TODR PRINTIHO ''^"■HT 
Ea>t. «h«c mu can i*l tbaa daM 
oatlai. <iutcAar. and at uw aama pvtaa ai 
Tba Oolonia. PflaAa' DaaarUa^ar 




Aa^b^iri □ ai.u*:lli.U 'uTSaf^SS: 
eoaOdaauaL 




— 

ALL mVIMIROWTB TOl CORDWOOD. 
aton taiutfc. II par cord, furnaca or 
Brvplaca wood IT par ntd^ mlllwood t« 
Plioi.e aHIL. O. K RldJ«» 

ONE-plir MILLWOOO; It M (JOHU 
dry bleefea. aaaURr. (• M cord loai 



B 



("^OOPBtAOB POBL WOOU. PHOnb IIH 
— Blork waed, par load I) »(i par p«rd. 
1*11 filura >ixn!. ^^n I] fta. par 



^•.,-i.t M ~ii Kindllut Itrt luail. li M. titi 
load. 13 M 
afiai 1 p.m. 



tord. li.M>. Haawt Duk. par load. 13 M 
par cavdr H.M. Pbaba 



•aaa la MMa Af^ 



rsLmmMum drtlard pib wood. 

\7 tMPaaMad aawr Baan la vaur. u 
Bar Mrt. PVaab valar vood. It-H aatd. 
HaOknrr cailar wood, n H cord. Kapaar 
Co . Booka Pbnna sa«l. atshl im. 



Cf DARANTECD DRY UIl.I.WO<)». 14 M 
> r»((3 kK.ii:!:-.!;. M Photir 5M 

OlIAWHIOAN U^KK PTR. VTOVI 
Irnatha, half Fi-rd. 13 kO; oni cord, tt It. 
ton ror<1v It KlRdllna, U half cord. Cer- 
larili dr* wood. II M aard Wa hata tola 
acaacr tor this vood Phon* 193. 

Up' - nn.Ai<u MOxwooD rodokb' 
WaodjC» Pfaon. low 



n PBOruUONAL OIBCCTOKT 



•ARRM9M 



poor * HARsaR 

•arrtatara. BoUeKon. HaWMi. 
Raafc a< Rata RaeUa RtfiTnmMa. RA 



D^^^■^^*saagtBaf*^ 



umiOPAlHti i-u rsiCtAA 

Da. TBRj«OB a TAYUifi dkirttfirRKr 
_ a a*_uc aM id paubfuao Hiaa 

PbdBa $i$k 



1« BJCCBANGB—REAL BSXAT* 



AmtACmi.'B POUR-ROOURD RITRQA- 
»^ i?*- ^"^ Dunbar 

RalBAU. Vanc!»u*fr. la MchaBBa ftw a 
Vioiona dvallina 

en ACRES IN BAANKm, VALOBD AT 
aJif a.Ma. to csftianaa for VWtaiia. Vaa- 
aanar or Calaarp propartpi dlffaraaaa. u 
aavi la eaalL 

PRUBOtTOH A RON 
«33 Pt>rt Straat Pbanc tU 

y^HARLES F EAaUB.~KUUU BHTATB 

BXCHANOB BPBCIAURT. m 
>ard BxUdlna Pirat claaa aialMu la 

cbancan 



'ANTED —BUHOALOW WITH niRii 
bedrooma for madam rtvi. n.-mi bun- 
• alow. laraaa, ate 'll.PM). rm Bhirjbnoriia 
Btroat Roral R»altr OoApaaj. ilft l>am- 
bartoa RaUdlat. Pbona MM. 

71 ■oosu rem »au 



ATTRAOnVR RRVBR.ROOHB) _„ 
buQEata*. Ml balli and In lood eaa- 
diuon Woafd cMaldar «a«faanca far 
Calaar* prapa Wi . Phaoa M44L. 



BAROAim IN PIVE ANU MRVBII-kOuM 
boutaa. fiBA o«n«t in dlSaraBI_Baita 

ol tUr: all In fh> t>«il of londltMb. PMH 



vttSP or l« Vanrouvar YlraaL 



T^llVR-ROOH RORGALOW. WARU. KOO- 
«rs. Wall dadanad Haa niraaoa. flra* 
Naea. caraaa. wall-amtppad ttlichafl. flewar 



tanlan In lood rltr iKtrtrt, patPd mraal 
Lo» laicB Phono nwiifi aoOAfl 

ytOB BALE NINE R(K)HE[> nOVW. 
■A^ la Brat-«)aaa condltlfin Plionr iflliY 



ItA 



AORMTT •VPRVRQR 



OAJC RAT WATmPnORT 
NBAR OOtP LDfKfl 
WOHUERPOL TIRWa 

AVERT nna n»« «lu«eo dw*ltlo«, cno- 
lainlna aif tit « alt- plan n#<]. Una 
Baauliful rtava frofD drawlni- 
room A 1 1 mud rit\ bull I - In f aaturaa and 
r(>n*rni*nrri . iio( waiar haaUagi taafd« 
■ (■nd nuort ('rranta' aOarMrai blBll 
ranaoi baaampfu aaraaa 
TRW H a Bra' .-!*•> roiMfnea Prtea 



i»a pnRO M UIXB HEDAIt. TltlB CAR 
)>aa had UM Vtrp baat ol aara from 

ptaMnuc awaapi baa aparlal <nra •tPh'>i 
t'»rr and maBP aitraa. Moor i^a* r in 
tatfl than 4.0M mitaa V^rr* in antl 
aaa inia bafnra Inirina •W'Ml 
M* car Ptira <C*rS >\/ 

im RTUDESAKER lOVniTtO All n*w 
Uiaia SMd aalau aida-caruina nt and 

RVM BM 
twMto* ardar 

fl25 




ft m 



WITH t3^S CABU. RAUkKOS 

MONTH >«wio(ii unaiHiu. I" 
BEAT ITT R oaaaaa r » tfaaAM. 

Buildina 



' >AK MAY ittnr.ti lil'lVX 

A\ UtY Njr El.Y uriUl.'JBt' rtP.Ml 
b(>MAlim' BHh Uia* ilvLna* 

kit. ririi. i-n:.'.-. 1 t..d t ><> (la tliKiiMi, i . afl 

on tlia mala lloor, with an axua bad 
aad BaBaMhad bum absm 



TRa h*BM ta praaUaaBy mw. bH Ab^ 
Una la vbtta mmiL aad Bm b mt 
fia bot watn haatlaa alaat. A 
MMlBaa aplth laraca. aanrtataa tbU 
laa Rbbm. wUob mmi m mm 
tmw ancwlBMd- Van modaiaidp 
at tailA AJk Mr Mr. WRyta. 

/ 

ms noTAL rmom ooMMivr 



noWK sTRcrr 

V LOVELY fflUCCO BIjNOALOW. 
lull let and larKta. Ovaat bM 
raduaad prica lo ^ 



$4900 



j^mjb un IM Tm am 

$2760 

Tm «aap IMS «m 



HUOR 
Phocaa tlOft. riM 



Til PTrt 



^^UNOALOW. PIVB 



ROOUB> wwit 

miidfrn. btiUt-tn faatarau fail aa^aBt 
ttaiami-ai. furaaoa; oDo aad a ball Teu; 
aaraaa^ U.ltd- Oafb raaulrad, ll.OW. 

HELMCng* BTRRRt CLOBI^ Of. BRVCN 
roomat four bafceomai ihrca-pioca 
bathroam; tl.m. Oaw la laartaMa r«- 
auirad. I1.IM. 

ijiDOWARE ROAD. PTVE ROOHB. CB< 
J m»n1 baaamcni. piit* il.ioo AdJalB' 
lal Iota fould be f iritiaac 



Ills 



«g«g 



TWO GOOD KTTB IR MOMfli 

C10UPDRTABLB AMD mKL-PLAHRKO 
' arml-bunialow a< aaf«a aaana, Mlil- 
atad on vfqi popalar Mi Mk. It la a aoai- 
Plata Ora-reomad baasakw vUa l«e bad- 
reoiM upaMlrai baa oak Aaera. opaa flrt- 
alaM. ballt<la atbeW. baaaaiaat. fureaea 
aad laraaa. RMa nrdtn let. Tma u 

\ REAL CltANCB POR A HANDYMAN 
*\ Cottaaa oB inra« roomi aiandln* nn 
doubia lot In Oak Bay. rvaoda a llitw 
llKlni UP. Caa ba oonvtrtad into daodV 
lltua baaBBlav. UBbt ibmb. «1/WV\ 
waodMfM valiB at «LWU 

ALmo OARMWgRAM. *00 
lilt BmbB «. PbaM MM 

M Lmb 



ZH PAOIPIILD 

IVR-ROOH arTRXOTLT UOORRR WVLL- 
coaaUuatad banBblaw. ail aa aaa Boor, 
aa atapa ta aUaib; lana M ta erDamaalal 
and fnill traaa, feoead. aad ArtlEUfol 
prtvala aaabatnietad ria* at RMam aaa 
nonniataa. 0«ni-T ^^ m' 'arrHM Mr «aah 



OLAIIK RSALVT, m TATM 



OVBRLOOKINO BBA 

■L-niLLY rURNlBHED ATTIIACTIVE BON- 
r OAIX^W WITH wida varafMlka rom- 
mandloa outlook to aaa Lana Unna- 
room olth opan Braplac*. two nica bed- 
rouma and eloaaU. Duieh klt«han. Iota ot 
cupboard*, thraa-piaca bathroom, auirway 

RSAR OAR LXRV 

5-R(X W«D BO IWIALOW AVD BtTNROOU. 
BRAUTIPDL aad productive aaidan. 
all UaAa at trait traaa, imJ . p l< itbh 
vlaaa. nrMd abUkaa H«»* •< 1 rk- 

5^..^^.*..^?. $-000 

Om AflllR 

\ IJ TM OUl/mrA TION. RICH BOIL. 
• > \v:kE PRHOBD— Now buncalow, 4 
roania. opan flraplaaai batb and tntlat tttf 
watar and alaeUtt IMhj, tana*, and thr 
tumltura aad Wm. OVMr laaTint (oi 
j«l.nd «m aJ- $2(J)IK) 



OOUa. HOWBLL ft CO., UTD. 
W T^ BifaM 



FAtRPCaD 
9M 



matmm worn mui 



PAIRPIELO BOMRR 
AT VBRT 



Mar rir tluutM » ;i. ■ (••.! 
Paymroi ana Balani;*- Juat Like ii^ui 

4 kBOAR RTRSBt - Rta-roaM ARaOMa. 



\IAY mum 



SUtil tOHRi lull t.ar«- 
aiorj dwauina. modan. Laraa lot. 



It 



e-RooMBD smNMunp m aoUiT- 
.••od AMnci. within a turn mtt at 

MafraRI. «R BAaa.t twrt tvilBBMl a aiWai 



turn 



mi 



ft 00. lAO. 
IN 



#1t>rjl - POUR ROOIU. 



diaUtot. 



ala.i aaad eoadUlani KOIaMa 



Cl fi^l— "V ROOMBi MI9E OOklPT 
4)XrV.nf iittia IWMai Raultam dittriat. 



OMaaa. 

TRS OJI'T li 
Tl« Tlaw Rtmt 
TtiapUM Itl 



11 (n'HMS 
1 Plan Uadare 
lanu. D._IL 
Part aad 




IIM 



TWO OAK BAT 

«r ATRRPRotrr bomr oh 




UUa for 
rORO TOURDBO 

«rUla& motOT 
Bp Mr ta w*>i w'ftii 




WEER BKr) BPW-TAia 

1 i-r ■• \. t; ■."« nve nooM b' ;<oalow. 
' I .T «Mdat« aad nloalp alMMM IR 
1 loaaMM. iTia B^MlA Mom Owaar 



ARR OARPWrfBRI 



M"TOH Hni «« 
<Vlrtnrta>. l.ld 



Oamar Tal»a ar'rt 



niraau 



Aiaata (or l^ fluUa. t arpa 



fpWO IWW RTOOOS 
X ofMNaa UmIIOM K 
Bva rMMwa aad rtalti ap 
«Mn ■••rt <-«n*arianfa 
larrai ai low aa l>49 t 
Arranaa to >ia* ai 




A><Tinrwa RRALTT 
(•At Pf».aU> PtraM 



qilMWBT BCItOaR 



CHTM^VTn w 
eaawai war 



I,VJR PALK JAMEB RAT RtX.ROOanD 

1 '-.riiia- '»f?.^r.. n«aam#At ^ 't^aa I', ftr 



BOL raapa jad i 
lofli aai amai , - 

SfttaT^'aSm 

fDOOO 

a CBARMINO BOMB Off ONE OP 
GAR BAra RBBT BTREETB 
rnSIS u a medaffB awl-btuuajaw a( rIm 
1 roama aad Khraa batha. ftMM ft la 
pMtact wpdmoa a ad aate a HJUftiTM^ 



lari 
•our*- 



f 10.000 



nwlna ""tapttnnal rirai 
ab<]*a proprrllat ar« prinod 
oMukI talua anit can i>a 
■aa* advaataaaavB larma. 

ft Oft, vm. 



POWRLL RTRRBT, JAURB 
duirlat, a >«Tr awa itoaaa. aix 



RAT 



O^Biainat, a >«Tr awa itoaaa. aix nam*, 
9am biBraapa. tbraa plaai baiRiiiai aa 
baaamaot. Tlla MUM la la aaiiaial aaw* 
dttlan and to a aaap far (aa ^O^^Q 



1>ENDE»OAaT BTRKiT-ail room mod- 
riii bunaaiaw. an a aotall lot. Bau 
walMas diaUBM m Baatra al *9URA 



WOOOLAMO ROAD 
k SEVEN - ROOM BXMt - BOMaALOW. 



ARRTRW-ROOK 
modara ta avari 
IM HBlM. Pflea .. 



BOROALOW. 

.$3900 



TARoooTMi mnrnn 



/flCHR TO SBAOOR KILL PARK >n 
\J BiBhl IBBM MMl bBBBaw wlU'. ' -ry 



OLIVB ffTltEET 



ROOU DWSLUNO. WITH 
mmv adRVmlaaat ^ AU ntea Urra 
brtotat nsiH BMTa aoad<-«fiad lot faed 
aaal Prftft aalmiBi 
anlv 



$3000 



C^^^Hk ' *OOU HITNOAtOW: 

.{^.VMnr ,Br,,e naar Dvar.oii UlU Park 

■ a.) ti I 

^>a>l M r ituna alo» , fully mudarn. 

Nortli ttuutlra dUtiUi. 

flfUUUk — QS* RTUOOO BUROALOW; 

rW Oak Ban 
RdrtAL aUUT OOWPAMT 



•» HUB aMVK 

iBB mh S r ia fSaS 



OAK BAT BPaeiAL 

mnr tu wiu B PHoAx oy 

JOBT OOT raWMRT A WDV 

$6600 

6BBA0rW0L LAftOB ftOOMB, aputbara 
ppiSte EMMfc ftMaaoi, ar 




VICTORU RBALTT * BUIOURO. 
UHITRD. 

•U Vltw RlrpM Pbaaa MM 



RC LAND * XMVBRTURfrr 
AOENOT. UHinD, 



M Oavanuaant Rt 



PbaM aiM 



ORDROALaroooo ■OMOAbQaraABOAiii 
V4nKnr 



» rN nit TBB IR m ttft 



HOV.-E BTRI 



PRIOB 



$5250 



TBRMB 



rran azX'RooM arooco BtmoALow 

•I. at Uta aban prloa u a baraalo. It U 
wall ooaalmetad aad U brlcbl aad chaar- 
tvl ibraMhaat Tba liTtaa-nMoi It a aaad 
ataa. Mlb apM Braplai!*. tba d lw l aa f oai 
opaalac off thraoBb Pranab daara; i^tra- 
modara Utabn aad bradklaal naac. Thtaa 
kadra om t and b a U wMM. Ommm baaaaaat 
iBraaaa. la«aAip tBfea, aaraaa. Tba 
dbB u imO feppft aad *m AtiraaliTC, 
iMaftaa tba ahafaa laaillM aad 
ihlB R»«B la a BBBB. 



Tm Bat- 

*m. J^j- 

Ww MM$b 



Ul$ 



TWO BAANnm HOPBBB— LOW TAJUB 
blOUNT TDLMIB OIRT1UCT_ 
A noObCBD BtntO ALOW. PLABTBRVli 
^ aood ohickan houaa. In arat-alaaa aa»- 
ajUoq Laraa Id. at s IM. la lavdaa. 
Workahop and ciilckan baMP. Tataa 111. 
Plltoan auouua' walk Irut MBBBl TolmM 
■treat cari thraa mliinlM MA ftl 47U\ 
oaah. tarma #J.*tW 

ABOUT RALP AR AOU L^U JOU. 

4 iiMr LrrrLB noonrcv poob ftooMi 

aod toaut. hot aad aold «aHn faraeat 
abkkaa hanaa; aoathouta. nxM lU-TI. 
Wiiala propariv. onlir. on $1500 

OR laBLBOUHNE BTRERr 

IXtUK "ftmi. BATS-* 
ROOM. VBRT LAROB LOT. BLACK 
ROIL. Cblekaa boiiaa. tawU Era aa ^ aaaa. 

SS;"": Ims 



PBaa* IM 



PBCBRRIOM ft 



•toaat 



OUMl to VPLABBS ORUr 



$6600 



VBRT AmiAOTITB MW RRTBM> 



raitdchoa. hiat aaaiyfttad. 
Pita raaaa Balabad aad t«a anSuriiad. 

Ulafa alavallnn. neatlaai vlav «t tba aMl 
bavins all m'>darn toaTaalancM: varp law 
uaa* l.«ria irtvptloo rooat. vUb aPM 

atriaa. 

m. a. baWv ft oe^a m. 
m Tia« Rtrm O W MlM MaawTi 



OAE BAT BtTHOALOW 
MODEKN EKOUBH TTPE BTUCCO 

THIB la ana of Oak Bar'a baal-butlt bun- 
■ altiva, bra'.itlfuDT aliuatad nn two 
tari> .[i-'> laid Id lawn, flownr* and 

■lu^lii wi'.h ancna Hna oaK and iilhac 
atiadr Irra* •uiTauiidloa It Puilv modarn. 
with hot watir tiaatiua tiaidwood tliwjra 
and two opan Qrrptaca* ' CIom 'o beach 
aad Mraat aaf. Pot luriaar parMaulata 
MfWRlMMB* la MB PPIt* atoBM BUT 



■Airr ft Tape, un. 

At ftflBMM 



«1iW\n-TBIUCS. IMB pOWK. BAU 
9XvUU aae* III otaaUfip at ** tm- 
tcraat Vary bmI roar-ioamad bWHklov, 
etlr waiar and llfbu varas* for trqaki 
lot Nstsa. lasta M: naar btia WedW 
'ic!ianaa tor oaa or mnr* acrtt farlhar 



TBRMS 



Pt'iH ROOMED 



>BB 178 ABOUT TRRBR 
TWO BLOCKB fr«Bi c«m»r "f r. .,«iaa 
•K. aad Vlaw Btraata. tbla va; i.i . i .t 

rpy^-^.v." ^0 

PAmPIBLD 

ITrmnN ONE BLOCK Bf Baaoon RUI 
■* Park, thta wall-boUt howta. conalatlna 
of lariF liviiia. dininc. ktlrhan. contarn- 
lory. larca hall. Iradad llthta. thra* ttad- 
roomt upatairi Pull-aiaad lot. aood cardan 
aad taraaa Ten minuua' walklna diatanca 

SSSr*^*" $4300 

HOW ABOUT TXM ORBT 

NICE riiRMTR LOT: Mar- ftl O.'^A 
room totiaa*. Priea ..^X^Oxt 



bunpalow, opaa Ara. sitp Upbl 

■ ( 1 >>irr, thraa • aoaf Ian am M mr 

^ ,rri aall. aUtoaa tnUI MBft am MRb 

iasa> IJ] 

PATTBHBOM REALTY 
Ml Vataa Bi Phon* PTI 



yoOIMUtPITB-BOOM amWA^W^n 

SSSa Bama^"^'ta OraMiSua etMUUpa! 
Law taaaa. 

J. A. WAlXn * oo.. ZSD. 

tiM OavaraMBl At 




SPLRNtnO UODOtN EfOHT H<x.M 
jl OUBB. Uvraa badroonia and tnam t 

fmm, two p l aaaad-ia alaapu,a -.-» 
davtata aarata. Una troundt :> •.•> r 
eaal triava of a«a and m.mi ' 
Prlca radvaad tor 'luuk <<tikJUkJl 
aala <un larmi' ^>.nnnf 



* laraa Lrkahi livina and 



HOUSE, 
dinlna- 

rooina will) Dardwooil Sooi^ dm) thiiia 

bfdiooiBf aaua plueablna. aarata 
l^aiad in a bftMmR dialrut and 

^Z'::',. $G5oo 

•RA VlXir. VAISVIBJb ' 

NBW PCTB-ROOU BnrODO BDROA- 
,__,i>ow trtth RaUbad awa. mn 
anplaat ta drawlM-raaab tSk Md- 
raoma. built in batb aaA l h wHn bat- 
air furaaca aad Baton ft 
MuaadTar «alaK aS 

imm mm M ....t........ 

/■^LOBB TO PARK ANn STHrrT CAR. 
^ In a Will ilrfM-riil >r>calian. a 
aavon-room aoail-bunaalos . two bod- 
raami and batnroom downatalra. and 
two bedroom* upttalrt. op«n flraptofa 
la drawtaa-rMai; fall eaawat baat- 

NBBt wniT - - 



$4200 



PBVmr PAIBPIBU) BOMB 
WVR B OOf I I B U LOW 



*^0-aB3&Mr'TliJ5*2 

Braaada iBafr 




•OQAA^POUt BAT DISTRJCrr— 
WdtK^nt piira-roaat madara bonaa- 
low. with an aMdaca caarpalMaMi 

art anted 



•QR/VV-JAMBB BAV DIBTRKTT - 
^K/Uv Bbfroaai Ountalow. and 
aaraaa Bllaatad an a tood ttraat. 
•aa« vilklivi dlitanca in lown Orounda 
aad ho-ji* all lit aood cnndltlaa. 
Pbooa fi^t appoii.in-ionl to *law aad 
aa otiar Ictma atranaad 



•y(TKA - ANOTBEH P K k T T T 
V*I»J\/ BTUCOO DUNOAlXjW and 
aaraat. on oaa at ina tiicati *iri>ala In 
PalrfUlil Tbar* art fiva •aU airaoaad 
roona. baaomeni. lurnace and aun 
porch. Manr built-in taaturaa. It la 
aanrlr new, aad wa aaoaidaf ibto mt 



MT« 



arraaaaA 



P. R. BRomi ft Bom. 



lUl 



$5500 



KBRAOK, 



xm BnaA Bt- 



HMMAIID ft 



BBA 



A«« 



eUBORBAM 



(TTIPUJi^Ji 

SrrvATn lAai aaima m» mp omimi 
M aMM IbMwafbfara. 
mttaa «( dto BaS, M»< 



wfbfara. MMb t«P 
MB I l i l t aaMia aarfe 
r baiwae mm%. 



BANDBOMB WM^lMXlllf^BaViKilOB 
mUt a** tMdroomt. lana atMptna porab. 
aft. Rwuaa anapikobaltr wau bvill mmt M 
Aral tiaat rondlllon ibroaah««t Ha« rat> 
BBM aad aMBP otber >aairantan«*a 

OBIB ACHB OP LAND 
laid «wl In lavna. riowet b*da and )an* 
tkada traaa Rtor all undor eultivatim 
■nail rnma and kiicbaa tardan. Tlut la 

•WB PMBBBB^a^JM^^MB WBiaa 



UXUTIOR 

A BBAL RRAP. U JH 

riims HOME, tttualad on a M i IM ft 
* toi. In hlih loeatlnn. tt la partael 
tOBtfitian. Inmd* and out. DowoMairt <• 
aa entrania iiai;. llTlna-^oom with Opaa 
Rpaplar*- diiiir.a.room kilrhan and paatrr. 
Thraa aoitd-iiud badrooma unaialra. acp- 
■ rata batM and i^ilat Put] til ad cantaal 
kaaamant »tih (ti'naca Thii nouaa w||| 
bear Inapaation. lhara are mani traitirai 
about It that anyone d#iltint a bpm* for 
hlmaelt ahould aae^ Good alertrl- flfluraa, 
Hoottum on fioen Quod tarata wUh 
•OBtaai runway. Ptoot lawn, and taae- 
tabU tardan In back, roao* and manr other 
lamalr plaatt art In Iba garden- Al preaool 
Ihia daalrablo hoow la empty nnd imiiie> 
aiau paaitaalaa ran ba arraotad L«t ui 
abgp^paa aw aad aM for raanoll itate 

OOXIRPIB. BABT ft ToODv LTD. 
Phaoa IBM Btl Pwi Btraat 



Y-BRT**2HOI§r''fcMf" toROALOW 
* atarvdina In a baaatUol Bar4bb. *tlb 
ovar 1*0 ft froniaaa an Hip Drivir 

'il"' <>f""'n«-foam. diaina- 
roam, OAX pIoohh dam firtplacei Tn 
drawinc-roora aii df-n HitehM. ataal do- 
meitic orrioa. ItlUIir up TO TMB LABT 
Uiyx.'TT. 1 huthrium*. J bodrooma and aa 
extra mil :r, irne MOT WATER HBAT- 
MO. Ocrxl laraar rtiia .« ooa tt tha 
bMl bynr-!"-» T, "afc II. 1 --^ ti_.-™t 
aaV. Lai nia «•!.>■ ■■ r, .n.i 

JAMEB UOWKCR 
m PombtrtoB RIda. PI|BM Utt 



ibml 



BUBDnaa mar- a hoi4b 

tlTTHIM WALKIRO DtBTAItCB. IN A 
> * dealraMa aactlon af Palrflald A tub* 
ttaailaJ hema of atven roaaa- firtatara in 
ll*tna-room and dan. arMatleallr 4a»a> 
ratod lltht air^ rooma. abtindnat alaart 
tpaca fijll i-*m«nt kai'mani, lam Ma 
furnar^ waah uan laiat* taaalB nar 
altraaura lardan Caah laJka 



$4000 



■ A OBKirtNB RAROAIM 
IfODtRN BL'NCiAioW 

GBOOMR WITH Piri,i. ttABEMBKT AMD 
nirapca, aood lot. la a a«l«i a^wl 



MMbbartwad. alaaa M amat MR. TWa 

Emm IP M A-i BBM n iiiR tmu A nfl 

bW Bl tkU BtlM ^ - w .w- 



AN OI 

J-BOOKBD UODRRBBOROAUnr. PbAA- 




$1800 

l>4MMHinD BUROALOM^ MBW OARAOP 
O Bad WM d^ ad. aa aaaad atreet. c!ooa 

a.'v.n.-sit j*Lr5;c\ss 



APARTMRNT OR ROOKDIO NOOBB 
OPPORTUHITT 

1Q-ROOMED modern bulldtna. two bath. 
^ room*, (umaci. cement baaamcnt. 
Isunflry luba. etc Drlamally ^onatruetod 
(or it>omin> liouaa. with It badrooma. now 
arranaad partly In aulUa. with taa laid In 
and link* with hoi and cold »at*i- and 
tht balanf* as rooma Pine bla tanaral. 
dtnlnr pr ii * int - 1 otrni « llh open flraplaae 
Proporiy l* aii'jaipd on main ir.nrouahfara. 
atn> trom : .u.-. una aiwul iventy inln- 
Utaa walk im caii trr of to*n WMa lana 
at rear. tl«l»t ea» aireaa. anj with plenty 
of loom lor larat'i ot taidao uwntf. 
throuih ill->)ealth. u oot aWa M carry 
f.n bnaineM and U mmm JBfilBB M 
yacni^rr the Krapartv al miimm Mm 
than IU raal rana. 

$1960 

ATTRAOTITB BtWOALOW 

NEAR MORHAL BOXOOL A ake kvn- 
(alow, coalalnlna Una Uvinf-ragaa 
wiita orao artpiace. Duub •kitdian wllfe 
all balll-1& affocta. two Una banOMBit 
IMaa «lBac^ taod thrM-pMa ba U iia f M. 
naB fardm. mit traaa aad batrtaa. Si- 
Mb AI MP aaaupauoa. 

RStRltoMAB. POMIAVft pa 
Pbaaa M a 



o ROOM ROWHR. IR OOOO AftArt. 
O aaad lot. alaa tba adMabw l«« IsU 

*^u14 be an fdaal aiH for an #Ort/kA 

■ nil i-amv, all (or i*«Jt>trt| 

r. HuOM BUMQAI-jW un rood (treat. 
O neai Reaeon HUl Park. ft^ OTUl 
taUr luraMpd; Bl 9%^^' 

5 .ROOM RtTWOALOW IR OAK BAT. aU 
madam, cloaa lo car and 4P'M " m 
aahMl ^ > I . >U 

••-ROOM BUNGALOW IN OAK HAV .a, 
nk* afrMt. one mnaa room A<i JiUt 
««n b« nn'. iioaiBtra prired al v^W^Hr 

Tba Abo»» po'ir ltmi>aa are All Undern 
i' R'JOM BUROALOW. cloaa lo car. « 
'* r.iodern home in a»ary way full crmaM 
baaeavrni. tood lot. al <on $r^K)0 

T B HONK * OO. 

•II TMV Bftm 



AUOB BAT- 
--ROOM BTDOOO BOMAtdMr IB A-I 

^ roadltinn, Una livina-rooa with hard- 
wood Root* three badrooma, Iheaa-ptapa 
bataraaak. cement baaemaol. pamti BlH 
cardva. Aa eicclUnt buy. 



$3500 



OR 



CKRtaTT. BAlft ft OOu 
ato Port aireat 



CROIOS $4050 TALOB 
OMm m VRivmtt* BBiaM 

A IdlW BOBOAtOW 

la tba Tm Bart OMAwm 

• ROOKB. I BUMrOBOBaB. • LOIB 

IDEALLT mCALTRT HQMR 
EaeltiBiva UaiiiMa. Appty 

BIRRT BSALTT BBRVKft 
IM rmx straat 



•>R10 PORRBA eTRBBT- PTVE ROOM 
••vr'±A< modern buaaalaw. paraaa. for. 
naaa. UilBdn tuba. ata. PaaaaaaUo Har»n- 
bar. AaarlBaa. MaBM. •at* Mrau. Owaat. 
T. B. ftalar. llTKlaaBm. 



na 



CTTT ROHBB 



8U-RDOM BTONE ^"N.iAU.w. PULLY 
madarn aaraa- Uraa lot. 

lorea minutat from ai ui,* tmma- 
dlawpoaaa talon t^ai*-) yota A'aaiiinttoo 

OMPBBa MT Oori' Rcao 



1$ WANTKD TO BVT— BOUftBS 

CUJBRT WABTB PnrR.ROOM aTTOOOO 
..LH'^S^ •..••^•Sr; m**" haea Una 
llvfBB-roaB aad ba rtphUr orlfarf wiu 
pay apot caah and poaaaaaTan waatad 
March I Pleaao pha na an* or Ml 

Vioi'MT TOLMIE OR l<OB'™~QFAr>RA7 
**1 rrally eood MODERN. WKtA BUILT 
HOUSE Haa or alA room^ wtut haU 
arra i^r arra adMalas far Banltrf ■ 'Alta 




BPIJWDIIJ UPEriri ATU N 
CODKTMIV ST A.Mli Biini.Kn 
OLORB TO itOUtiLA!] Hi 
tiVIORTAOB aa bath atnrat' "«jti 
r^jajjaaadbt-w-ta, ^-^^^^^^ 

l/fUkT RTBRET 9tor>r Ai.-t ir.ii|*rji 

'aSBl*' **'*"***'$6fl^0 



JOSEPH O BRItXlMAN 
BrouaUtiUi Bitcel ir>tir>U>).<-d Itftt 

Albert Burdon. Heal Snate Dept. 



A RBAL ROSIWHW ORPU H t tW i r rT- 
1 PXET. PAOWO Ott K»OL' BAT 

J— •> Hood. adlalnlBa tba fttal BOlMi 
laimiaita, for tha low priM fl( tl.OH- Tlw 
awaar ia in town tur one «t«k ctily. aa 
burry ap ll yov a->^ild like tliia. A chftaca 
K a lUatlme. B»« It and flcun U oot 

tdaaT^aUoB aad*tAu'*ta' fUtart'Sa' the 
bob a( a la<M pBBBlaM MfBlot -"BM It." 

tama aad Ba Rara 
W, a WAUAOB ft 4. V. ABORBA 
imBraaAMMM . IftOiAL IMI 

I I I V n ri ii 



n PKOrKKTY WAMTIP 



w 



AKlKi>— APPftOXIMATBLT 1 ACIik 
Bood Und. rioar ■■.i. »ttii wui... i 
Baa Uti. Coloiu*( 



n AOKBAQB rOR SALE 



BBRT BAROAIRR SN BAANIOB 
Jaat Hadooad bP ILm 
Three Acre* and Oharalas Country Rodie 
QEVBN BRIGHT AIRT ROOMS, tbrwa 
*^ more aaaUr nada In attiai houaa wotfid 
ooat l.^.ftlM lo bulldi famada and open 
nrapUi:'* barn With aaraaa^ ohkkon or- 
eammcidatmn lor too birda: mlaed otehaad. 

8ftr beai II. N ti ii.i . lawiiA. at^adn ti Ha. 
lUhan ei>rilvii. all klii'ta email trull* 
Taiea aOoul tin Pltle^n mlnulea frifin 
lown Thla iiiiiperiy liaa boan ^•■•ltl^.^d 
Irom Ita prvarnl-.ta* value of 
la, MO to tfor quirk mi!c' 

Lot Ua Help Ytiii 1'' y-tnai. F TIiU 

8EVBM ACRKB. CLEARED HIGH SrT'.'A 
tloii. luvrlr view, nrar Elk t.ntr i: 
barn aii.l ri ul' tiwa A wa> brlria ! n. t'- 

Ma reaaonable ollar <tt**~..lbll 
ratuaad ^kHIJI 

ALAKR VntW MODERN HOME ol eeefu 
rooan* and otitbuiidinaa^ ttfi^fin 
tbraa aaraa rw nuUk aale . 4Pn<IUIi 

ABBURKD ANNUAL RBVCHUI ll.HO UP 
from a-AORB FRUIT AMD AAPARA- 
OU8 PARM Baarlna fruit. Sva- roamld 
hou*'. barn, larar cliiefcen iiouee liH» hJ 
valar Ownat In BDtUnd TIIRBE 
YBAliB HEVKTiUI. wTTHOUT CKICKbNB 
WtLL PAY POR THE PROP. 
<TEKMB' 

NORTH QUADRA 
ACHBB OOOl) W>ll. In fruit 



r:..$4750 



1 tSiaU frtllU- a:i kind* of outbutldMi*/ 



eCVAOIIB VARM BAROAIN, AJ*T RRA- 
_>0 OPTBR - BtrNOALOW 

ITTR ROOMR. with bath and hot and raU 
water BARN, rhickan hoaaaa TMTtCT 
AOBEB BEARINO ORCHARD ffl'LENnilt 
WATER SUPPLY CJn main pavf.) i .aB 
OWNER WtU. TAKE BIO CUT roK IM 
KXDUrX BALK 

CRRAP AORRAOB. CLOBS IN 
4 ACRBB, BBRT Bttn- CIJCARBD . II 1 
) ACnSa. BOT* BtftL. 3'i CLBAnCD I 
II ACRBB, aR8T80n#« CLEAKBO. .11. 



PiMna m 



PRUBKRTOH ft RON 
■bbbBB QaaavtoMat 



A BOUT • > ACRBB RBBT LAND, ALL 
-^'V ruUi*ai«J. cIo»^ lo waUrlronl and 
■ uoU anclioraaa Oooa 7-room dwelUiia, 
cement baaepient. wal«r and electric lltht 
BUble and parapa. Bua line hourly. ^» 
can reeommand tbla B iapir^y 

DOUOLAA. MAlBUt A CO . LTD ^ 
PRbm «t1 lilt Broad ^. 

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AO*. 

Oai 



OPFKRBT 
OB WA< 

mw 



■BAftfriira 



BHaar IMT 



ROVAL RRALTT COMPART 



VATBIBOVTAM 

EKOBLIaSRT mn POR 
BptaL Aate Obhp* B«pa or tot nib* 
dMafotL Par laaunea. aaMnMiat only a 
aotaU portion alimild yield at fotlowa 
n lata al urir everaae iri.SbO 

IM aaraa larm land at banala 

at m par aora U.m 



MaUaa a ttm pBH tt 

BUT OWNER 
Imoiv'Siir- tale I 
arovnd l*.(H)0 far 
aaraa Wa art lataraiii^lM tba waad 
aad pdiM oa Mt laaA wflT oopm ilito 
atfaaway prMf. Tbla la aa aawaal MPafc 
fMitPi ABB'tM U inM m aa at aaaa, ^ 

aoTAL asACTT OQstPAinr 

IM PBMbMloa BUe. PMlft M# 




TKN ACRES 

>''BBTLlNa AWAY ON A BEAinTrui. 
- * tlop». with lovrlr view from an* Mir- 
anda, make* Ihl* ont nf tne loveliaU 
hoPDetlUi In Baanlcli Over t\tiy UrH 
ireea of dllTrrrot varlfllp*. all of the be^t 
Kind*, half aera ol pran'". peat-bet, ap^ 
cot*, alrawbarrlea. laarbrrripi A ninj 
ata. roomed bama. ^amant bayamcni 
aaoa 
tarait. or 
praparty 

WAUAOB ft 
MM BraaA Bk • Mmbp I 



mod bama. aamant baaamcnt, I 



:AtR IN mmtx) nomkb 

CA^nn - PAiaiEUJ BIX - ROOM 
BDNOALOW. IMDt room wlUt 
Pnocb ioora to dinina-room and Preach 
doan to hall: all ihete rooma and hall an 
tlnUhed In ntCoaanr. and tha flaan aaa 
boat trade »e|pci*d quarler-cwi white aaht 
taro lovely beoromna. iMih bathroom, ofl 
baU. Pombnba haih and a)ia**r well- 
flltad klUhaa wiUi breaklan rook: eemeni 
btf illlll furaace and earaa* 

MTQiyv — pAfRPtBI-D PIVE BOOM 
^S>OW RtTROALOW down with two 
hodtfMMna tn alltai larpe ll«la«<iwom with 
open nrepUca and fe«ltl-la bookcaaea: 
eamaat baoMUBl. faraaaa, ata Tha mala 
raa|ja a ad fcaf Bayt MA p BgW, m i iraAB 

<S200^ 

mn aw. 'ti, 

ftilO/W>-*!°"I" 4^'*nAA BIX-aOOH 
C**/W BTDOOO BUNGALOW, BBS 
flaan. Vaadarrtii *i*« — lasnwB 

llfulll treed, fralt tlaBft Mt. 




S a HEATH 
BM Tataa Btraat 



three 

hini«, r(t» walar 
Boa IU7 rolonUt 



nve-a<ra aUMaa iRHMa Maa 
t Mni llalf nmTtKtS 



nrAjrntD-wAu. bumoalow or orb 

ma 



WABTB TO Btnr-^UX OR BETKN 
I.T_J5ff b«o»alow. ne aaant4. 

PalrAtM ar tarBftdarraah ciie'a full par 
uatrtBM m m iMa.jPalantat 

I^KTAVTSD-PWR OH PITS<BOOM BUN- 
tMMRiai. 



BOMB TMIT ORBAB LABO 
nrS KATR A B&OCBC 0> AROCCt 
vy ■ftblMB Mraa uurtda tba two-mU 
MHfth iMMMd by main hlchwar aja 
Bpiiaaad bv anothar road: Ural, waO 
drainad land, all under eitanript nltha. 
lion, witb ally water laid aa. One 'Hk 
houaa and a (tabU lharaon Raw auk- 
dlvlded into parrel* ot aate and a >^ia1I 
to nv* Bcret- hui -•ni l/i wll ii at) 

and ate oflmat al vuly IjnO pi>r aria, 
Saav terma to a^apanalbU party. AiB 
for Mr Pa l laiaM. 1 

DAinV AMD BTOOR 9tMM ^ 

U's » 

r» han 



E NAVa JVWT BEEN GIVEN THd 
dlina ot a prni>«ri» ot 110 acrrfc 
•lluate oo tha laUnd Iliahwar. moat 
whiah It naw uad^r euluvatloa. TbeM 
an tood baildlnfa. a Ai>a waiar aapply 
aaeelleni opponon'llr* maltlija m'>ne3 

tn dairy Ina and • r » i 
hU or leaaa *" M 



nrARTBD PORBaMAfB>BBOT«B.Pni 



\E'Ajrrai) «. t a«u 
tv bunaalewa Royal 
lit PMTbertan BM*. 



WANTKU - USTUtOB OV PBOBBBtT 
BU inaa. a 



rh. Bar ap pBC phaw IBBBLL , p, M RUBBBUa lU PMabartaa BMi. 



On f rifivenleail tar^a 

awi'TERi-'W 4* MusoRAvr ltd 
BM part Btrwit ftBlhHlPa Aaaaia 



m fmt M., 

tin rapRT TmETT -fAMKB B*T 
^•ROOMSD HOISSBN BinBOAi^-J>. 




aa M-ao 



$2500-*^™2 

three tidea. full baaapi ~ 
*auld t-om: 14 000 IP 
la onir reoentl* Inttlt. 
aaad tbar*. A banain 

— RVW BTirfxJQ BOROALOW 

biaaaalM IWft^Maaorti ft«i 
baaemenl. en f«B W. MaM l« baa 
Thla la a real banaln at ttli pitot. M 

term* divnuni Iwr caah 



rfrrwia Amnped' 
Pnr f^riwvtara a«»l* i« 
atettrtP a woRTKtNOTON. I Tn 

ri lam turn trmAibi n 



diM Ul ' SRMI BUBUri 
•^V^/V alaaa \p. with 
b«a«alo«. la ara«-al*aa cotadltioa 
neanoe traaa nni at Biaatai A 
Meaatmaai 

w J nwt1l4W> ft OO 



I'RurtRTY FOR AALS 

nArr PINE ijtRoi T>nT. nroR part 
Paim»M. wUl build Uunealow lo pall, 
an aaty t*mt Baa ilt3. Colonial. 

1WILL TAKB 110* POIt MT ITMO 
•qttiu bt a baaaMfal baOdliw aiie in 
Oak Rap, aboai am-btiU sC aa a*ta. with 
wonaerftti new. aad Bm Ipi toat lr< 

l^• wKtai Boat' 

ftir")»ttj ;, (ll rlaca 
I a>>« rintMi k*l 



P'JRINKaa I 




>N PORT BTRRBT. RSAR 



fjT'TY PEET 

^ lUananard — Prawottr la thu bUek la 
aiaadltr inataaotaB la eslaa aaa tkla lot 

ftjupp^a^ppgpmk ftrtM mm* m 




I ROTAL TnuB-i' vourkirt 

RMA BMBia iPMaflMtBt 
BaimaBt Nam Tialpria, R^ 



^jOBBtiB nUi AOBBAGR BKAPB 
<mt ACRBB. 4-ftOONSD BOOAB. ILMai 
A> MM caA. 40 Amm * fM W M Bawir 
MBMt KM iRMAl iCmTm*. 



9 



all BBtfM nilUratlae PleS|^ 



rMM BkBAtra ammw wita mrm» w 



BkBdW B baiMalaw with taraaa ^ 

tba 

Mvda. _ 
(koar liRtM 

BRLL POR tt ldP r .N TERMN 
i W HUU-ANtJ. »oa p*m barton B<a 



IDEAL POP arn- ori^wimo and 

RULB C. l.TURB 

Ii Af-'MRfl •Itarad aril M arte* dailied, 
4 All OMKl lan.d. m Paanirh Btnai 
mtall fwiMa and -rrnarrl *»(jo.1 •!« room 
tM>«aa with modecn fiitmb nt. bera. ne. 

ifiUlaM»CSSl'X 

ft 00- 



mo* /k/t- C'JMPOR I f iii-n "ix wif.MMJ 
9^1'^ mud'rn '^d r.a *t'*IUoi 
watee aapptr by ar*- ■•'Inh .n •l-niU 
imt aaa. eamman^Ma .i-r^ .!.w at tba 

a aiU«rtt:s.:; .:,::;Vft"a» 

O WAI.I.ir-R 
Real Eatate and ii^xranra ai 
Owwicnan Btailoa. a a. i Maiiway . 

K'ATBRi OPObbO I ' •"'IB BAIIM 

l-mDe aircla 13 P" r»t.. TtTTI.I. 



ROTAk RBM.TT 



ACUAt^K TO KKNT 



VtBTDNOBUt. » Af;RXa, BMALL ROORV 



FARMM rttn KALE 



d 'HI. KttJ HAN, M ( I .MtK txj vvrxmiA. 

i»iiO. tiaiBtx r iuiio«t*>i And roctr' chlok- 



•KSMl OMBDIWOOO 



IJKDPCED rmOM ITJM TO l«.»Oft II 
■* ■•'»•: >• alMNd, toDM« •JM (TOW 

IS-**"*?! "httrchM. Btor*. •!< wtttoin 
100 rira* tovtti, M«eii; ft-room*d tiouM. 
Alt!) 'hot kiMi COM), bant, poulur bouM. 



Radio 



THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA. B.C. SA I L Rli W. QCXCfflER 26, I$29 

Broadcastings 



WlMKBID MIST 

mtatv or »• ttmm 

rrm» pAnrKm-y. tj« addition to b»- 

' '!« « nui, dkirr Urm. «ffot4« « 

!--'nl ■> - .),„, 1,, -t.f K»\,rr. allh • 
•lii'iiiild u-u.f i.kr kn.! ilrrnni «nd With 

••••• »I»d duck In *fia*,m and t^* hllliid* 
•InralM rrluv* Ihr d^^t and tll<iat»d 
only owftoi ctMUth (mm iiif fiiK lo make 
It nrlcata and untnoli>*(«d 

About 130 art«a at* in huri ttat* of 
cultivation iwall Araiiivd. fanrM and iftm*. 
(tnrsrtj. baUitr.r bring partir iln)b<>r»i1 atid 
paatuf* land iprarUcallv iter of rixrk i 

Th«f« I* a wtll bijili 
rooma Kill, full bavni'ii' 
for> halp. miidvrn dair* 
with Manchloiii [iir f'u'> 
«l«t[lv-lan aOoa, lot>l-T . 
Hf. bMUM Bth«r : 
Ob mined b» ara vital irjii 
*t>rtn« 

Titii prKi'Prir. ludMeulv bMMM, VBI 



tiL--k bam 
I ttiwa. two 
-\ and 
waiar Is 

f loiu A 



Crt'T tWtaila 111 >(n«>n <l«ia 
7 10 am, TOa ir.atmcn mamr'i ii^ iOt " 
p m The cloaliis niarli*t q lularu^ii « ■ 
Ttia Buitael Cimcrri i firn**! c« iin«r.i i : ' 
rollawln* tnlrrialrmpii' A (ntlr.tiar> <.r 
••tM iKMn "Ploiaduia Bliiarl' [(uitlan 
Rural Srana ' rmmU, ' Pollr ' tZamacnik). 
a rijfirvrt walti. "Lv** aod Ll(« in VMna" 
iHtiaiwii • teatuv. "MAUkQwikicn*". 
tnir acle. "Mul»aM Toujour* - PrM" 
• fUapMn>; -Thr** Arabian OatMwa 
fRiM). nftRh. -T»I» Vatii*hed Army - (*]. 
riirdt T II, "Whtt'a Dotnr In TMnt"; 
Aavfirr * aanl*n BuU«tlQ. alR«l«l wvathcr 
report and foncMl. "Scrap ■4iok"; W«M 
CdUt IntamatMn Buirteti "Lerl* W»Mll' 
cenMt Una ilml. It. TlM OrvMal Oar- 
dM oretMMrm. iirnafi hr Tht DaOr 
OaloaM. 



.t:IO. 

Artlrtlc 



*35.000 



nUTT * Sm. LTD. 
KmI litata. Pltutnrlftl and tnaufmiw* 

Aaenta 

1MB Oowtunani Hi Pnone 111 



rARkl ON BKAVCR 
flaad. Roral Oak. Baanlrli 
iwn^r. ParKinoii Vall*r Patrti, 



I AKC 

AMiijr 

i^'ibbla 




FAUMS FOR KENT 



LAND * IMVCBTkUMT 
AOaMOT. UHmD- 



OSDAII HIU. ROAD. 1 
I aUf Utht and waitr. 



1 - Aciua 
I ■ ' ri'AcaaA 
i-i'jii- tirdM. 

I'lUih-r sioa tsa oovKRNMnrr rr 

1 W ACRE WATinmONT FARM. WKtX 
■ ' ruuippad. tot rut rraa to *uitable 
coupu Apply Boa j«a*. Oaianut 

NAVWAaU VATKM numMmOM ACT 

a s. c ourm lu 

The Brltlih rnJumhia Telnphona Cmb- 
pan» bet^y ilvv* notic* ihftt It haa. andM 
Se^'lioa T ot Iha aald Act. dmslt«< Oitb 
uiniitar of PnaUr Warka at oUam. 
and In aniM of the X>Uirtot iRaaritTiF 
ar Utnd RecMrr •! VIelarta and Taneaw- 
nr. BrltUb Oalutnbla. k dtacripUon ot Ih* 
•It* and tha plan* tir lha larlna at a pr«- 
paaed •ubmarln*' 'able, proooaed tn b« laid 
■Croat Pali^ Creek. [■■raUl-l and adjacert 
to the ronnaiiih! Mt;!l«e. and actl** U\r 
rrn^cr !(;■,.■. tr',.-.- Oie ffK>l of rta«rr 
Avrr.'jc .-,1, ' - ■ - J. tide, to the foot nt 
No A Road. Tirifls laiand. on ttia aouth 
aid*, and from Twiai Uand on Uw north 
•Ida. (o Ltilu Uand on Um Mutb aide, 
and aarikaa th« rtaaar Wvar from Wood- 
vard'a Landlna te tha l^dnvr Hanb. and 
• rroaa tho Outf at a«orvl« frem tha In- 
i*Tiattona! BoundarT to Uam* laland. aad 
rTHui Uatne lolaod ta Baani'-li P'Mntula. 
all In tur prorinca BHtlah ColuinbiB 

And tako noOce lhal after tlia anUra- 
nnri of one raottlh from ttia data of the 
lint pubUsaUon of this noilct. (ha«ntlaii 
Ooinabia Tahpbana Oonpaay wUI. radar 
•aotUm T of tha aald AcU tpplr to llio 
Wintnar of ^klte Warka at hM oftlca in 
tha oty of Ottawa, for ttM apvronJ fe 
the laid -ite and wHtf. and loan to lar 
*«ld auhmarlne ralAt, 

r^ai-d at vi,;torla, ILO^ thta lUi -dM 
Ortobar. !■». 

MATKMBtft WATKU paononOM ACT 

■.i.e.. rHApTTB III 
The klini*t«r of Public Wnrka of t^• 
Oovarnmeni of tha Prorlnre of nriv»ri rn- 
liamkt« hereby oItm notice that i.r tia, 
under Becllon T ot \h* lald Ket. dtitoaKad 



Maltoaal Mroadeaatla* Cl „ 

a.B^ WaUdBAl Para aod Homa hour 
10 Ik'll a«. Tbo Ttarao Bora m in ami 
o m . Runbrasdt Trio H:»o i : ■■ i vrii 
CbaUanaara" f-T, Qvtieral Klartnc nuur 
Lttcky Strike hour t-B 3o, Temple 
Of Uio Air " i » 1. Sierra Brrenadera 
t.M. "Laund'riand I-rrin ' VIO-ID. Weal- 
em Artt»t fVrtle* .-rrfi<rerl lft-11. Talet 
Kn?r TciM li |irr. -ll inldnlaht. Mkiilcal 
Mijtketeeri i2 midniiln-l a in ■ Danca 
band 

RrsC. Mao rraorltra liai iiaai SlOht — 
a 10-a r> rn . UURlLral iirnaramme •>! M. 
Clare Bti«ki. ' Jo* and VI ' • in 7, Moatcal 
proaramni* Paramwini ruhllx hour 

KHJ Niaht Ciiuft 0-10. Don L«« Bym- 
phonr Orcheura lu-io 10, oarun Waat* 
I and LucLu* 10 10-11 10. Hotel Mark Hop- 
' kina Qrcliaatra II 10 p m -I] 10 a to., Bllt- 
■BOra Orctiaatra. I]:10-l, ttaito* nmalo. 

KOL. Saauie. WatS. (tM-laii l.ntfe>— 
11 M p IB . Uatloe* MelodtM- 3. Pootball 
•am*, Waalilnaton va. Or^on. 0, Dlimar 
hoar connri s. stuAo proaranuao. t. A 
LltU* Sunshlita. Ken Btoart. to. Saaawiw 
chlcRM. ID la, Oaneo band. 

■ r«. Raa Pra»<laio <t4e.0Mt MSfe)— 
l> Od-l pm., AaoMan Trio, l-|:». Jerry 
Jermalne lj»-S. Ann Warner Hana Cbau 
3 IW.M, Football broadcait- 4 40-8. Thco- 
terOiBtroBd. oraanlat ft-9 3«. The Lyric 
OfcaUi ma ra." >:M-4, OhUdron a hour 6 7. 
Oonml ■lootrlc. 1-1. Lorky Strlka hoor 
l-t:M. "Ttaplo of tha AJr 
•Id 



M-l •^.H Lake rilr. t'Uh (NB.aMI 
' ' * '■■ II' iienrral Cle«trlc Itaut ". 

1 I ' ' rt:i>K Daiitr orrhraira Aatoa 'n' 

Ai.O) a t*. Harry CUifea, barMona, aiHl 

OOOP •:«. AlVS WdSSVWC^BMIdM. MM 

aaalatliMt aMoU. t:U. MnkM ftMU. U. 

Danot ordMttra. 
KOW. ParttMd. Ora. (MSJ«t SWfcl-l. 

1 ift p.K. DBltod Matoa maMai npovt. 

l:l»-tiU. omn fMtal. 9:11-4. Uadool 

Rwaur warka. 4<B, Stadia protrawM. ft- 

• M "Urla Ohanannra" $M-4, Btwdto 

••1. Oaaoroi Moloit. tMMr Btrtka 

hour fr^.w. Tonio ihbMW tio-n. 
Trwr Loundry ptOBHWisa. MM.'Xaun^ 
darUnd Lyrlca." f:A-lft Stadia. IB ■-a.-ll 
■Bldmahl. Hl-Jacka. 

RVA. Han Praaalaaa m&Aait 
fl-« 3« a m . aidloir 0» provfuam- 
Oeora* Taylor. Y:lf-1:M. Bain » .r rr 

SDd Canatanpa Plpar. T.-*4^:4C. - >■ < »>,.) 
ally l-fAO. Kaataan KApara 
Ttare* Doctor* ot tbO Stuoa. i:>0 : << 
racordina*. ie-ii. Brinatan lieciiir ft ■ 
•ramnio ll n m n mldBlibu W L. 
Sapblre proi/anin.e 13 mlSBIahl-t am. 

All l'«(tueill pf'MiBinn.r 

USX l« Anaeirt i:A\ Ani I n.'kiik . J 
1 JO 1 111 llrt-irat »r.i1 ^ ,11. 'N.rmi 

4 JO * t p n I niutiCMl pioaTaiiiinr s r. is, 
Iraveloitie ft lk>9 4S. "Own Your uwn 
Huair S 4a-fl, Town Crl«T'a anuaemeut Qenrral Motora 
itn* Paraoiount-Coiumtiia broadcaat 

7-7 10. coorUay proaran.ni* 7 lo-a. KMX 
faaltira artlaU. A. A:innum»menU of 
church aervleca. tiOt-IO. KMX (eaturo Of- 
tut* 10 pm -II alSAlBlkl. CMOanat Orova 
Orrheitra 13 aUdnlfbt-l Ootirtaiy 
prtif f* mm* 



Home rhau 3 to 3,10. Tha AaaUan TMa. 
3 30 m 3. Soboo) btoadoaM.^te Sm 
Uuiiiigii Tabernacle Ohotr. S.M %» t.Ht, 
p H nei>«iiiiipni of caaiBwroa laft. t:M 
* I ■.Ifiiriiia H'ata O. ot O. talk, t la 
^ rt r Biaoi-h. Autcrlcaa Pobwvmi. | 
lo I ^G. CMldirn a hour « i* tM, Sdliim 
I'luajAjoJn* 1 JO to t. ■■nil Buniliri 

a tA ». Khau syMpbooiAlo jmStaiMU. • 

nldnlabt. Kpo fUvu*, 

SOMO. llMltl*. Waah •n.lOw. »-tak< 
3 P m . Orrheatr* J, Tabernacle clioir and 
or«an recital i lo, i,, f,.-,, Oottmia 
iOrtj. Itantanr i, U:n'.n^ ,Uh It ^uota- 
tlona 4 11. Kiddle. prr..t«mine i. or 
,Cl»*lia * 4S. Tim . I'rt. Haliv «. tdi- 
•OO projraoime no. Oei«r.l Moiara 

■ BhMI nrmphoaiM* ». Voice ol rire.loBo." 
BfaytoK Bo a Totia broade«»i 16, 




11 to ia.it oavAo 

AUnaiTa BorprlBf Packa«« 434 10 
* a 10 a. Town Topua 



MARKS ANNIVERSARY 



NorUi Ban 1 1 1 ( li ^ rr v Ice C'bab 
Ilundrvd 



!fi^ burial [.'>.ik plarc and pi^rtlcally 
'■v'r\ if.idt-M ii-tr(id.-cl to pay Ihi-ir 

St Uie DPW ctmeu-rv ui Saywartl mid 
msnjr bcAuUful Ilowtr.s ruvoicd the 
osiksL The , hymiw -vung wcrp 
"Vwvr. My Ood. to nice' and 
"Abide with Me." Tbe tuaem ar- 
rAnffem»nti wrrr mide by Mr WU- 

■" " *.!lll(r 1 f '-.t. 1 ■ 




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NORTH BAJMCa. OeU »^Th» 
Nar«b aunWi SsrvloB Olnb esle- 
bntKt Um snBlrsnsry ot Tt«f slgsr 
In tba clnbroonu, achool Orourosd 
Hiere wu a rood attsadsoce of 
niembrns tiiid ^evtrnU vMten Wtre 
W(<lconi<- 1 t)^' 'hf preriilant m iht 
i BB. Raoordlnia 'Vu fa'aTT^wo V;;,^'' I «»' = >' t1'-. (>r,.t^tl Imll. 
aioil a if'*^'' Man ond 111* Air Caati* | -Mllltitrv five hundred. Irifitead of 

•^oAiSTra* a"7*«.:",:.:"mo a* so ■ P"*^"^^-"!^^- 'I'dulBCd 

Oimn* F. Sdward. or i ca.i in*«*ior fl 10 , ^Htbtwrn lAhlrt, and Itecn com 

rio^' ■21"*' amwiin* 7 r« petition for tweiilv hands rcAiJiUHi In 

Paul Oa?S^ pl!^n!lV'*a'^^";:;,„, ""t Prl^--* »»-'np pn:,.rnt«d to Sumatra, such as BaUvta. Scmam~ng 
" Table No. 7. Ura, collltr. MIm KAly ' " " 



WATER METERS 
ARE NEEDED IN 

EAST INDIES 



1 1 amine 
ael'cltnttl 



; t tr 

I? A I 



1 > » o 



■ 1 - B SO* ' r- I * M 

(.rn-<i»-i., i.L"i>"--- I 

>-'Ofi -ian.. *f,(i •CO*10Jto 
"lO 1' l^w I f -^d PS 

MCV — 



C*<r», 




f1A.^^ C*kJ"T ■rrKj .1. r iP^ iV? 



10. 



51^.!./ '9. ■ Qoldrn Stat. B! ,i* Monday 
Jamiwr** ■ 10 to 11 iiotH HufkUu 

orchealra 13 to I a m . Danes muaic 

t.iaoki a I. m Informal atodlo 

3 3D, Vocal and InotnuDoatal 
a. BdUon procramoM. 1:30. 
. ^ --- Proaraouna of dimal- 

ned Miectiooa 1 so. oroat NortS- 

« i. ». Aitioo -n' Andr. 

n,.i „ ' •^""^'-••l N 4,1. Hawaiian 

FlanUtloo Beho*. ,ii r , 

13^r'n*^ t^J^ lta«4»i 04011)- 

13 IS pm. uarfeot roporia a:)|. wibbIo 

Srhool ol tha Alr^ X -p^anoiBOiia," tf.sa. 
MiU*r. BiislUh Laaaou ' 3 ». 
Aineriea ndorailon. «:Ba. Bia 
' **• BMirbat raporta. d, 

■diaon reeovdert a SO. a«nar*i Motara 
7 10. bnpJra Bylld*ra A. Shall 



Qrare 
Bfltipr 
Bro.her 
■di*0{ 
Party 
procramma 



KTAB. OaJiUad. CaL tsan.iMi a,%obi 1 
I "> i>m . CAapal at Uw OUdk^s 1-4. 
Biudlo promaM, «••. Room Towner* 
B-a. Broihor BoB'a frolic hour a a i«. 
■ 30-1. Pack- Burlin* ro«mopolltani 8 10-7. TwUlabt 



I ■ lAiH»d*rlaod hour 7 7 10, Be.:ordfn«» 7 JO-a. Plaoo 

Sunday^i Prpgrtanme 



crrr. vui*ria. nr. i(7sihn, uaki - 

11 am The nioriiina .erv:c* oi (h* Vic- 
toita <H, Trmplf 7 3| p m . TJi* Wcat 
* nuM Inf(irriiaH"n Bervtre Lorle Waieh" 
iioirrrt time ilinal 7 JO. Tha OTOIltM 
wrrire nf the Virinrla Cllr Twploi Uw 
ofTlt'ial wrather rerurl and (uieoaM; railWla 
n( procrantmeit for tlia wp*-k 

.Sallanal llrBadflaalln* Conpanr- 1 la 
J JO p m , Di B Parke* Cadrnan Cathedral 
dour J )(i to I 10. Sunday afternoon COQ- 
i-eri S 10 to 4. WhltUH AlwIa-PerMaiia. 

4 to 1, eundar aftemooo eoiwart B lo 

5 45. htudtn pTocramme 5 IS to •■!», Oo)> 
ller:# radto limir S U lo Buj. Hodaon 
Bay Pur Conirarir proarammv « It 
1 IB. Atuier Kent pniaramm* 
T-4B. 8tir<)»baktr Ohanplooa 
-BDna Jttitick Malodtaa 
PUmna a 
tilO IS Mb 
pboau. 



to 

? 19 to 
7 « to a. 
... — ■ »» Tho 
•■ill Tbo Roador** OiUda. 
" I'dtUlUB 



it<* Mlni*ier of Public Work*, at Ol- 
• ■■a ■i.fl ill the o((ice of Utr Hetlatrar Ot 
the Land n**latry, Dlitrlcl of Vtrlorla. at 
fb* Court Houae, Victoria, a deM-HpUim of 
Ihe alt* and the nUna of a Perrr Laadltta 
ProiHxed to he bulM In Bannirh Inlet at 
Uila^.at Indian Reeerre. Vlllae* Point 

And tale r.o!i.-i- iimr afier the eypira- 
tlon of "ne mnnth ffr-m tli* date of th« 
firat piitn:ra-.inr of thit norice, the Klntt- 
ler of Publk Work* will under Becltnn 7 
nf the .aid Aci, nppir to the Mlnia'er ol 
P'lhli.' Work* ■[ hli oftlu In Uie n' 
( H*.a r^i anproral of lha aald aiie iMd 
plan> nr..) for leaya l« cooaUiMt tha laid 
r»rr» l aiidlni. 

Paved M Vletovls. lUa im day 

of October, lita. 

p pnn-ip, 

Dapntt Mmlaler and 
FBbllc Work* Enatneer 







»«o\ 

, f WMr>w* Pwm ] 




J Hp-,. 



a to 

I. OA 11 



rxABrtNATioM pom iNipicfrTos op 

•'TrAH-SniLKiM AND MArniIT4EBT 

' 'I'l petlitT* e»amlrali(i[i« fir tn*(>e.rtnr 
• «i-nr!i HdUer* and Marhlnetr will be 
— : j' r .Kfire rjf ilir Hil'er Impaction 
It-: •riiiiri,! in the Wnrkmen i CJn«np*n*a< 
lion and Labor Offtoaa. 411 DunaoMtr SI 

yi^'^Vh ■ ^ ■ « '* ' — "'BS i r o nsib or li 

law. ot IV a m 

ApplMaUoD toriBa and torttMr infonria 
tion laay ba obtaiaod tron tbo Bolter in 
•MettoB DapartntBi at abova «4dr«aa 

OMl SartiM OoBnit£«Mr 



BFD. Baa PraoolM*. c*i. ft4a.aHi IMB) 

r7 A-m - Babbath hiwr i:4S to 

10:«. Churoh aorrlcea ir) 4S. Bank of 
« CWlfornla IJ 10 1 pm KP?i 
2*if« OnbUtt^ 1 (o 3 1*. Aden.oon 
*"^"J«^J;"« 10 ». Football broadra,; ^ 
to 5:I». BUI Gaetn B.19 lo « is n.ilier 
hour a IS to 1 IS. AlwaUT Kent pr.. 
■ ramma l is 10 74s. Btudtbaker wo 
• ramma. 7 4S to a. Enaa Jetiick Melodlra 
a 30. North American Ruildins A 
AMociaiion a 10 to a, Pairnioat 
Hr.t.l Concert Orrheatra a to 10. Abaa 
Btrina QLi«ri«tte id lo 10 15. Scoiir-' 
'* " "> O'"" '«^"«' 

; VA" 'aoi.jM, KMb>- 1 

« \ ^""V; ''•^'o"! Sunday Porum 3 IS 
' . \ t Tunoa- 3 lu a IS. Bcho«i 

Of the Orirnl. 3:13 lo 130. fcerm t 
ro*ter, barlton., 3 10 lo 4. WhltUU An«!o 
Pefian. 4 lo 4 30. Dnraot Motor* 4 W 
f B«<l«in StoBilsnSnaJr" 

irk MelodMa a-.l» 10 i:15, C^^ll^r . rn,,,- 

^T/, Vy',*2.^-**' Km, , 

, . '•■,/'*^ Wli****" Ohamplon. t 4i 

AndV -'.'?^''^*" 
I Choir a 
RVA. 



fa'? i"J*'„»«^ Cathedral 
*•.»• IMtWn, Vlophaal*t 



■ain No mat 



CM AMINO nOMX 
New stucea buntalow, opu flr«plaet. 
lemenl baaanoat. fminaeo and an con- 
vooionMA KALP AN AOU Of wall 
lAU atll diMadid mrdoB. Olaap to *«a. 
v*ty lew tana. 

H.OM 



lis 



A. S. BARTOH 



Notice 



Tk* malaaS aaeortly for Ibo doBw oa 
lUa •arth lo a ploaa tt Co oarta lloalt! 

mon smovKLT 

Bunaalow. als roooia Blaoibafd Stiaai. 
ll.Mii rmjr own tatna. 

oamlAa strtot. Bfo-roon eoap bnn- 
l«V, H.IMi »ao oaih. au p«r nMDtb 

NKAS ABKHA 
Riirtialnw, ri>aail IMS fr«lt BBTdfR. 

a;.aofl. on term* 

ruNTRAi. in< ATins 
Runaalow. aU room* BaautltuI hnma 
oarao*. fumaeo and btaUt-ln faatoru. 
»4.Ma win Uh* a aood lot ai flrat 

ARTHUR E. HAYNES, LTD, 

rire Btnl Aulo ln«iiran/e. Coll** liana. 



T?s riiBT •T«F«T 
■••1 Sa«aU 0«pL Sill Sroaloa* ITHS 



l.taob) 11 to 11 10 a m . HrnordUldm. 1I:S0 
to 13 noon. Poa and Warflald ThOAlto pro- 
aramin*. 13 u 1 la pm, OhuoB atrrMoa. 
I la to a la, OaaalcKl rooevdlon. Irll ta 
a. rtwtban a to t. lucardwl protraauno. 
a 10 i:K. sidlap oa. protraauno. t:M 10 
t. Pratrammo tor Poi and Wavfltld TBoa- 
tna. 1 to a, Paolfto ArtlaU* Trio a to 9 
^tweb jorrloaa a id 1». pa«lfle Aniala 
Trio. 10 to II. Brinctoa nactriB co prn- 
mnma 11 lo 13 nMaUt. Boiwmrt pro- 
iraramo. u to 1 a.ia.. AH-ramM »ro- 
iranmo. 

KPWB. BvOrwaod. Cal. IIIB.ami asah)— 
3:10 to a a.m.. Tbo Funny Paper Han. a 
to 10 45. Late rocordtiiBi 13 M to 1 30 
p.m. La'e reeordnn 9 10 lo 7. Harry 
Joekaen'a eturnalpie ra 1 (o 7 30, Holly- 
wood Athlriir l inn 1 >rche»tra. 7-30 to B. 
Burr Mclnin-h ( i,-erfui Phlloaophcr - » 

10 la. Blll'l [(He":!.- RpTleW 

KSX. I.M ,(ntel». I'al itm.,lMi I.OtlOb) 
a In 10 a m . Mutlcal rneramme 11 1,. 
1110 pm, Plr«l ITri(,)ierlaii Ctmrtii 
13 JO to 1. M'iAlcol programme I to 1, In- 
iematli,-hal Bibl* Student*' AaaoctatUm 3 
to 4. cu> Park Board miutral procranoM 

4 lo i. Hadin Ohun^ta of th* Air. i to 
a 3D. Talk by Erneat Holmei 3 W to 1. Or 
Theodof* CuriJft Ab*l- 7 te 1, KHX foa- 
ture artiata a to i. plra« Pmbylorlaa 
^^"'"^^ • O. UtbsvWil. TloUoM: 
Cla re MelloolBOb PlAnlBti WAlliTV. W»TD»t. 
'calUst. 

..^"f.' '■•*»»■•• o«- (4U.4MI diik)— 

11 to 11 a,m.. InUraotlODal BJbIa Btodcota 
11 to 13:30 p.m . Church aom«*, 13 »0 to 
■.Studio praaraniM. l to 114. Catholt* 
Truth. I 10 to 3!30. Oraoo raeltal 3.30 
to 3:10. AfWrooon ooac«rt. 3:30 lo 4. Whlt- 
taO Anflo-Paralana 4 lo 4.1a. Baby Bou- 

' dotr. 4 II to 4 30. Dootal uib. a.io to 

5 Bundair c.jneert 9 to S IS. Book Chti 
a 15 10 fl 1.1. CoUi«r hour, a il la 7 is 

I Atwater Kent hour 7, IS to 7 tS. Btude- 
ibakw proaramme 7 4S lo a. Cnna JelUck 
llMBdl**^ a to a SO. B*k«r a Knn* Jei- 

Itcka a 10 10 i, KoUUkora i to 1:11. 

Blumatiar Fraok. MMMtat Rn- 

«de hour. 10 to IS. LMla anNsboay Or- 

dieaira 

KGO. Oaklood. Cal, maSiai TMfc) 1 to 
3 10 p m . Dr B Parke* Cadroan. I 34 to 
i in. Bund*r concert I 30 to 4, WhlttaA 
Antio Pf.r»lani 1 t-! j. ArtemOOR OOtWort. 
K 49 In II IS. iiudion Bar Pur prwraaiBo. 
51; 10 ■! 11. *i«««_ICoiu pnaramme 
. .1 10 7 41, Btu fl ibi ky OblMPlOBa 7 4S 
10 I. Ehna JettlAk lM«dlH. 1 to «, Tha 
PiWrlmi Journey lo Ibo AkURT Of BarlUo 
B 10 0 30. The Boodara Onldt. SM is 
10. mue BymphOBy. 

*^ ««»•»■ 

i.iW>— MfBraal protramme 10 10. 
BiMnnMRtol RueMblo, li, Ruiaian b*i* 
■alka Orebeair* li ai. C»d Wntid Trio 
13 noon, Th* Frirndly hour. I p m . i. D H 
service*. 3 34. A O Otibert Co pro- 
arammc S, Mutual hour 3 30. Analo- 
P*r*ian» 4, y« oide Town* crrer 4 3D 
Baldwin Piano Co 



rd 
Buroau. 

» P iR. Boryloo proaratBrne) i bSZ 
ChhBoj. asfc Ranch Dane* Band 7^ 
Donald RUU. baritone; Manarei urav 
2.™ K. ^. «'w*mra« a. a i.uUe 
winahla*. Ran Btuart. 0 jo. Clmrlej K-ai- 
■ Bludlo proarammB 

?. FiwlMa. Cal. il»,Rmi l,3»kl 

"J 'IS p.m. Oeorte Tarlrjt 7 15 to 

nibat TbUkio, 7 40 to 7 so, fi p Proar««a 

l?S*'5*S;'. 'a'?.''' '^^''^ 
u, D 'J" *° • W*"*" Shannon s 41 
10 B, aurr Atklnaon. ronaunce Pipaf. 
ueori* Nickaon and ■Lllila Mlaa UuBoU " 
a 10 a so. PaciBc Artuu- Tr" ili t* 
10. Metro and Onamo. the PollUo Brothora 
0 to 1. Brln.ton «3«:lrlc Co proai^i^. 

d ^'^L"'*.'},'"'"- """O"" ProarTrSS 13 
' *"-wwi proaramm. 

Ma*i«r«. with aiabal Payno. 4 to S, Bom* 

Ir'fl^^ • hwir a to a"?? 

Storllno Coatnopolllaaa. ' 



LorsoiBll. Mr. Ftttd Spraka and Mr 
H. Nuiin. Sscond prUe went lo 
TRbls Ko. 0. Mr. snd Mn. R. L. 
RIclcstts. Mrs. Ssnibiuy tnd Mr. L. 
aicketlB. Tbs oodsoIbUivi prises, 
which erssted much smussmsnt 
went to Mr. stid Mrs. O. WUNQ, 
MiRs Lottie RlchRTdaoa bimI Ifr. 

pxandPr McDoiuUd. 1 
Ar U)i' conctuslon at the osnSs. 

dainty rpfrp.shmrntji vfri> servrd by 
the Aupper ( iirnri!iMe»- unci a aoclaj 
h»lf-hour w«r. '■n]i>\t'<l The re- 
malniier of Uie PvciUrw was spent tn ; 
dancing, the mn-Mc h.-ki^ MippMed by 
R tWO-pl'^ « 1 1' . .'ipstr,! 

It WBii AJiuuuiicfd by the dance 
conunltlee of the NorUi HAiiiiirh 
wrvles aiub that the annual Hal- 
lowe'en dsncB will bs held in the 
clubroonu on Thuittey Bvenln«. Oc- 
tobsT ai. 



cBApm apcvm-ofintimisrt 

-YshT" sBid Bsnnr- "Wbsrst" 

• Brooklyn.- sBld.LttW. 
ASier a ttms bs fot up to Issve, 
and Benny was surprtRed to SSS hlB 
take A mil biti^ trom Us podEBt 
and toas it on the taihls^ 

What's thUf* amy Mked. 
puKiiled. 

"Trading stanips," anawered Lew, 
I thouHht ya might WRn» a pRlr 
of boxing gloves or s BUnf-lUHidM 
principal clUea of .Iavr and '"^lS^;^l**• 
"iiatrd.euchas BalHVta.Scmantng , „^*^ t' Isufh." gRld 

SoerabaJA, Bandof-nK, l'uri«n^ ""d ■ a,.*^ „ „ ■ 

•i«lsosUh»ve A nK>dern wuUT.siip- "^i* TBfti* J*" . 
Pl» system using Uiouwn.i^ of *i fjaiwd 

w»«er metets. wrttss Mr J c n picked up the maoegrt 1 

TisdB OoBDinlidiaisr Jn BsUvlfc to ' " " *" - 
the rorthconunt Issue of Ttie Oom- 



Annual Mreting of 

Esquimau Rural 

lSur$ing Service 

OOLWOOD. oet. as,— Ths snnuBl 
nsMlng of the EiquimRlt Rurml 
Nttntng Service wUI be held In the 
CMwood Hall nn Monday. October 

3$, *t 8:30 o'clock. • 

Ttu speakers will be Dr, Irene 
Bsitov HudAOn and Dr H E 

Young, nerretan' nf th? Provincial 
Board i>r Hralth 1 hi> rcportfi uf 
the years work will be presented 



as. iii OS'S. rii«:.s3 1 ~ y^j^j^ 

™>**'^ >' to 1 a B> . Niobt Owla, 
MO. Oakla^ rai. <ii»a», 7io*»-a 
to l.-n pjB,. astaofl recn ieri a JO to 
T;aK poMral llolora. 7 »o to 8, The Km- 
Plrt BoUaora. I to a. R.jdy Bfl„f r . shell 
Srmphoniau a in B io. The Voice of 
Plreatone ■• a 30 to 10. UliiUior* blo*- 
raphr- ■ Plorence .S:aMin»a)e !i» uj n 
mumber l,,..jt i; ,] ri:i1r,uln, iir.iel Bi 
PranciK iii»i,LC nr .'(.-c.-ii 

KMK. La* An«rlp*. I'al • :k\ .',tn i I.OOOk > 
— 4 SO to ft !■ m . C !■ H . ir.giilcai pm- 
iranani*. s u, s iv j,,,,;,^^* j is to 
B:48. "Own Your Own Hutiie ' 9 4S to a. 
Town Crier* amu*«meni tipa. i to 1 M 
no«*l Ambaaaador ortan. 7 to 1 33. KMX 
featur* aru*u, T,lo to a, Oo*-aet play 
a to 0 JO, Pvatur* praoraauna. 1:10 to li) 
eo-a-Ton* prooramme. 10 to 13 midntshl. 
roro«niii orova Orobaoua. 13 to 1 a m . 

(..i-riety prooyaiBat*. 

Kt.W. PoeUaod. Ora. IISUmi IMb)-^ 
lo s p m , Onan. B to a. Studio pro- 
J'STf" , ,5 ^ • "ThtWHO. A. Kduon 
a IV to 7J0. Ocncral Motor* Parly V M 
Bnpir* Buildora a to a, eelsora 



to a, 

Shell SympbonUto i to « sn. pireaioiia 
proaramaio. a.-ao to la. BT*m*r-TuUy pro- 
ff»n»^ » to 11. Bora aod ObUwIaUr 

Hsrrlngby was tryHif hard to Jla- 
ten to the apssker'a nMnnncs at a 
political meeting, but the sqiiBiUiw 
of of an Infant directly tn ftont of 
him gave him little chance. At 
length he leaned forward, touched 
the njfjther on the nhouldrr and 
fiskPd "Has your baby bc i, i 
trnfd yptV" "No, sir Why d.. you 
a*k?'" ■Mrri'iy becau«fl I was about 
to auggext tliat if he had not been 
ctarislened you might name him 
.'Oood Idea*." "And why 'Oood 
tdea'f aaked the wssttaa. "Because." 
replied Harrlnffby. "Ifc ihould be car- 
ried ontf" 



[THREE TEAMS TO 
! PLAY TOTS SEASON 

CHEMAINUS. Oct. 25 —On Tues- 
day evening the secretary of the 
ChemaBius Recreation Club. Mr C. 
Loughton. called a meellng of 
basketball enthuslasLs to delemiina 
what steps could be Uken to or- 
fantse tea^ lor the coming neaxon. 
There wsr« about flfteei\ present, 
the president of the club. Mr. P. a. 
aaUied. In the chair. It was decided 
to hsve a men's t^nm, an Inter- 
mediate and a Kiri - iram, Tbe glris 
have already Marird their practices, 
the lnt*rmediai''.'i prartued for the 
first time last nightv and the seniors 
intonr to p ommwin s cm IMaadjay 
evenlT»g. 

Mrs, George Hammond 
Dies .ol Sayxoard 



"Mlal XnteUlgenee Journal. Ttie 
■HMllir towna in Java and In the 
oot^ Uanda are dependent for 
Uielr watsr supply on rain wat«r. or 
on art«Ian weUn from which the 
«ai(T Li rarri.-d In polls suspended 
on each end of a voke nr "plrul" 
and hUirvd HydrtlnL^ nr.' niso u.s<*d 
In some parts of the territory m 
Batavte then wars 4.T87 meiers tn 
use In iwa. to 1»» this has in- 
TO«d to WJ8B; Both the nu at- 
tec disc and tbe osctUatlng cylinder 
types of meters are In use, Ini- 
n»dUte proepecU for wBt«r meteri 
should mBfce It worth whUs lor 
Oanadlsn DiRnufscturera to be tn 
the market aa«urnin? that they can 
I offer competitive prices and com- 
j ply with kx:«! r.indtMons and re- 
qulrement.t Cui-iiKtltiu manufactur- 
ers who are seriously cont^mplat- 
las entering this market would be 
well advised to communicate with 
the Trade Commltaloner at Batarla. 

IS^IffiD GUILIY 

WABHmOTOK. Oct aB^ -lfp 
AlbsnS, Mizrwfts found nflty to- 
^ or acoepttnt a (200,000 bclbs 
from Ur. Atwavd L. Dobeny for 
the lease of tbo Blfc BlUs, CaU- 
fomiB. naval oil reserve. 

The Jury recommended to the 
c^'urt tlist the former Intevtor 8eo- 
retary be shown men^. 



yours ■' Lew was very serious. 
"On iht' \v\rl. Maybe ya don't re- 
I mt nibc' a good many years ago — 
'oj,' \ii suked ine f a hundred 

■ bii.-k.s when I needed it bad?" 

' i don't remeflrtMr." BBnay tooked 
very solemn. 

"l do. It was the y«ar tl)at 1 woa 
poundln' the planna ov«r at the old 
Elite Beer Oaiden— rcmembcrT^-an' 
you was hoofln" in the floor ihowf 
Writ. I never paid ya back ».«nt. 
An . If the interest had coH^iA,.9t 
would be that much." 

No. ya don'tt" Benar ttiVVBd ttM 
bl!:.^ toward him. 

".Nix," MUd Lfw -Its. yours. 
Don 1 argue with me [ got troubles 
ienoui{h! ■ As ht? went nut, he called 
over hts jilumidcr. -Little Church 
Around the Comer— tomorrow aft- 
ernoon at three. Ya gotta be ihs 
prtnolpal nounier. Kindly omit 
flowers." And he slammed ths 
door. 

Benny stood looklns at the roU oC 
bUts. It was like old Lew to do that. 
The story of the ancient loan was 
pure fiction. 

Lew knew that he was down to 
his last few dollars. Suddenly 
Benny stufled the nsonsy inu> hu 
pocket and ptrked up Salomnvg 
hameaa and leaxh. 

"Come on. Ud." he said to the 
bnU pup, -we're goln' for a walk. 
It's Bocb a Bice dsjr on the AVenuoo, 
ya mlcht meet some dogs ya knowl" 

CHAPTER xxvnr 

"And that" said Lady Matvant 

7 



niTaee. In bar a*ta*T **^ 'XagtMi 
voice, -is tha snrfflsmstlon oC why 
i v" stayed away from you. You 
wiinu-d tne to t^ you ths Inith, and 
we British are a brutal raos." 

Tto sat huddled up In lha VMtot 
asat of her "reception-room" at the 
Hotel VenalUea. All about her were 
strewn open trunk*, traveling caaea. 
hat boxea. dressea. shoes. haU. news- 
papers, telegrams, aod bUls. btlia. 
bllla- 

' She had been crying, but h«r blue 
eyea wpre dry nftW lllll' ^Stft. WT 

thoughtful, 

"Yes. I really wantad you to tell 
me." she said, hesttatantly. in a 
small voice,' 

"I never cared very miirh for that 
linpoMoal figure aboir^ the Mlk 
puna and the lemaie pig's ear." 
oouUoiMd Lady Marcaret. "I pre- 
fsr to think of It Ift another way; 
a robbHcant bsoonu a bird of para- 
dise merely by virtue of borrowing 
a few gay feathers. And. ss s mas- 
ter or fact, most of us, I believe, 
prefer robins, If we were to tell the 
truth.' 

"1 guesi I've been an awful fool," 
Ho i m u 'iuB iad. 



(To Be coRihmafU 



Hoftm C. Strwarl 
Says He Intends 
tuBeCanduUiie 



EDMONTON. Get. tt. — BoR. 
Charles Stewart upon his arrival 
here this mivning set at rest rumors 
that he will step down as Minister 
of the Interior and take some other 
Ooverrmicnt appointment, when he 
anoouDoed that be will again be a 
candldats In West Edmonton at the 

lowed to run affaln." he addad? 
ThB experimental coal ratsa ftr 

shipments of coa? from Alhfrta tn 
OnUrio will be contlriuoil thl.i Win- 
ter, Mr Stewart declares, this being 
the third and final season for which 
the experiment was originally 




There passed away on tfunday 
morning last at tbe rastdenoa of Mr. 
H. o. Bseht, Mr. O«oi«e Bsnunend. 
after a few days* ileknsos. 

'nif> late Mr. -Bamntood was 
etfihty-dirpe ypsrs of age and one of 
thf otdP'it ploTi'-rra in the Valley. 

Tljc funeral took place on Wed- 
nesday, thr tervlce being condurted 
by Rev o Knox of the United 
Church MLwlon staMonrd at Cape 
Mudge A very touching service was 
held at the Community Rail before 



Vancouver Island Coach Lines, Ltd. 




*'All Our 
Routes Are 
Scenic" 



Over the Malahat 
to Nanaimo 
* *Daily 
at 

8:30 A.M.. 1:30 P.M. 
and 6:15 P.M. 



Ovttr dttMi^dm 

to Nanaimo 
Ddly 
at 

8:30 A.M., 1:30 P.M. 
«ttd RM. 



— . . ^ . — J proeramme I. Studio 

Duly initnioted by Mlas M Wool- o'l"'* hour an. 

Chureh •crrloaa 7 10, Irrinc Wabh'a Im- 
perial Orchaatra. a, Amoa 'a' Aodr, KlB. 
Lba aiuroh *aarviBaa i, Orttwlai Uala 

KTAB. Oakland. VmL (Ba^fail ISia}— 

a to 10 am , Dr {:(irley. 1| to 11. BAb 

f.**."^' " TM* AMW Bap! 

n*t church 11 so lo 1. ChOptl of^t 



I MAT rora-Roosttv corraoa 

I ^ih tMi; tihinhtna. on da*P M. aiiol< I 
t>«iir»» nireet chHk*ii bot»a 01 Mar 

II » ' I ' erma ran Ka arranied 
r-ire ai.loa I 

I PCMB£(KTON ft SON 



TO LEASE 
!• • with barm anS ftiubarb plant*. 

AppiT 



rate 



LKK DYK * 

Tla Vt.- .'r- 



CO. 



rtdge. wIU dispose of by PubUc Auc- 
tion ifa"lr;p at 10:30 

Tuesday Morning 
October 29 

and conttautng in the afternoon at i^*""*^ ' ^ i. church «f i^itiTr 

the Sign of t:J.''«.J'.^1Li'^L V>? »«» 

"The Tea Kettle" 

710 Fart 8t. naar Douglaa St. tha 

whole of the 

FumiahingA and 
Equipment 

ol t)ic Te;i Knoin, and Kitcii 
ens. also a numher of valuable 
f Hcl KnKlish Copper and Bras* 
Kettles and Measures. OM 
China Ju^.h and other Ware, a 
unique collection of hvliaii 
ll.-iskets. etc. Full parlicitlars 
in rnrnnrrnw's Titiie*. and Sun- 
i\ny'9 Colonist, or from 
The Aaettanesr 

nt ftaywari BalMlBg Phone 13X4 

ANTIQUES 



0 to 

linof Oar* 
U Id 13 mUloisbt. Oab< 



Art 
Larpoai 



rbaaea iat|. #|4 

Furniture, 



Etc 



Bartholomew's 



ma-is 



fiMiibaU laat*. Kaaar Stadium. B to a. 
> Lapel of lba Chlm**. i to 0 30. Bdlaon 
,WMi a:|a t. Or Tlndall 7 10 7lo^ 
BMIw pRwraaiaM 7 30 to 0 10. Tenth 
Avrno Bapuas Oharch- a 10 to 10, tiant-e 
raoofdnwo. IS a^ 11, Woir»iiy tmd n 
to Ia.au lb* Mfiu Owt. 
«J?I"^'.*1? "maolo... cat i4ai.B«i 
oiob)~« lo 13 noon. -Horn* Bwaot Hoow' 

TiT.'.' >i "9 P m . Noouday eonoort 
I IB 10 a. Bunaay maiinea 3 m j jo, jip. 
K«aaon * Robbm* proaramm* 3 so 10 | 
Rwordlnc* 1 lo j 4*. An fadden. pianUl 
3 4.1 to 4 30. necordlno» 4 JO t., r. T«lk 
>'r nr Loul* I Mammao S lo "i to rea 
■ r e mualr S 30 to a. Art Kahn ,„a j,,. 
fi-n(.i(L>ni 4 lo 7. Maieiile Ti.,-atta of 
tlie Air ■ T lo S. Narelly Be.irti. 
a. Coneer'. oroheatra a in 11 
den orenciira 
Br«t Band. 

KOMO. SaalUa. Waab. (OUJaii ilOht- 
10 a m., Intonatlonal BibU Btudanta Aa- 
II. DoroU,.a Wai. contralto, 
and Pr*d Lynch, laner. Il ia, piyiBontii 
Oonaracational Obvnb I3:U »,Mror- 
vhaatra 3 SB. aaodiy BhorBBiii aiMiait 
3 30. whiitall ABato.#intoiir4. tSSSS 
MHcvrL 8. ailMd otMrtotto a is. OMMr 

L:!?: ,?*,S,*f*^*" Champion* 7 «. rbbo 

Belantlat i. sttidlo proarammo a 31. 
PhUharmanie Orchoatra. 10 se. Artluie 
Knaamtal*. 

BPI. Loa to aa Saa. Cat (i«a.Sm. luahi - 
WWItall Analo-Pcrilana 4, 
BilBdap MReart. 4:M. Ulla Ca.theri. 

*j*L.* ?*»'g prooromna 
gRMafear Ohampiona 7 u. Baaa 

■WaRHS. a Coneen orrhectni, t. 
ibia, 10. IMnce ciTfh#»tra 



Burgess Bedtime Stories 

StiipcJ Chipmunk's Swelled Head 

By THORNTON 



Whenever you may be In doubt. 
Ask some oie what It's aU about. 

— BowBsr tha Round. 



Flip took a great deal of Interest 
In StHped Chipmunk At fVrst 
he wasted considerable time try- 
tag to catch Striped Chipmunk. 
That, then, was hia rhi.'f ■.u-.-rr-^i 
But. havlnf learned that biriped 
Chipmunk was qulte'cqual to tak- 
ing cars of hhnseir. Flip bscams 
satuned merely to watch the tnlgbt- 
eyed litUe chap with the strips 
coat Tie was woHb imtobllHr. be- 
(au.<ve hf seemed to ba lilmyt doing 

lometlilng. 

It hsppened one morning thai 
Pltp was sitting some Utile distance 
from tho hole on the edge of ths 
driveway, where Striped Chipmunk 
Bn^ AO or;4*n to be seen, At the 
momrnl nip wasn't thinking of 
Striped Chlpmunit Very likely he 
wouldn't liavp thought of Striped 
Chipmunk Just then but for tbe 
fact that he saw a IHtJe movement 
hi the ffraai and. Of oourse, InstanUy 
was aQ rittantlon. If 1^ was Stripsd 
Qhlpmwnk over there, FUp proposed 
te remain right where he was. Of 




Ost of the gT&aa dar1<-d a .^niali fig- 

■re and iRt right at the edge 
•rthatMa 



Ad- 
radiu hour 



KPI 



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Dtalera in Antioue smI IfpiMn 
Punuturs 

Aooato BaiMTVeta* Ra^aa aarf Wmm^tm 

Address: uu Braa« ato«at 



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60x120. Pnce f6,000 
Ttii^ It 1 Bargain 

GIRDWOOD & CO., LTD. 



flr^Hita Ptaov 



Monday's Programme 
. T * I'latia. a.a (STsimi asabi— 

7;30 ■ in . Th* BuraBia aurkat tronda a 

£f5iL'?l!-!!f"^_5?*" ■"►'•"on^ 0 la. 

??y**g* y *?** Th* nailr Col- 
.Sf*^" " '^" ' "1 ■oaar 'Alfora. 

I*^"***!'- ■■*•"«>•' ^ihaitooa- >tyo^ 
ard>: a aoOoeuon of **«■ frooi 
Biusonl PrtiMo * <Rombor«i. 'Th* oareu- 
irw Boit*rny -B.rth*im*rv auii* 
Praoi an Imaaln*rr Ball* I ' fColaride*- 
TarTor. Tr.re^ Danroa frotn Nell OvyW' 

'■n ■ ,4, whal aDrtiw lnTo«" 

1. r i.r,i.n BMltoilij; oSlclal Motbor 
f't- -■ «- 1 (,= r»fa»« "Rcrap Boob-. Waat 
Cnad IrrctTna'f'n a»rilre, ' LoTl* Waaok" 
rorrec I 1 1 ti" ii* i\t i 

NallMal ar«*4i...ii», r-«,„„, i 

I 30 pn U'.r™,.,- „ . 

f- a ,X t., ' • 

to a m r.il'«n(i rr'^attinma B.SO lo 1 30. 

C»*n*r*l Mo ,.r» ramUy Parlr. T-n ■ 

Th* rn-r re 8>iiidora" I aa a wady 
B*w*r-( nheii armplMMilaia a Looato*'* 
eopeev. Urnr a lo 3:30. -VatoO of Plro- 
tlone a 10 to 10. PUaUUtol Bofao*. 
A ar*c, BaBdvraon MMM Mtn^a 
lur* Blnarapbr 10 to U. sIbmIu ho«r 

II to 13. Honry Walaaood'a Itoldi Ok. Pran 

"2: rraaoiao* Cal. (laaiBwi snai 
13 aa to I p.a.. Aoiliaa itto i m I:SR 
UM IB a Arr 1lbtRW> 



just at 1* HTi^ht to look. This 
very piizzllnR Flip forgot every- 
tohlg esceptlng StriiMd Chlimvink 
Hb crspt Just a little bit nrarer to 
that bole and lay down. He didn t 
10 near enough to (rlghlan Btrlpad 
Chipmunk, but ba did n nsar 
enough to aeo baCtar. 

Striped Chipmunk was gooe for 
some Unie. When at last he did 
return Flip saw Jiwt what he had 
seen in the ftrat placr— a head in 
out of shape and twice aa big as 
It ought to be. It looked aa if 
Striped Chipmunk must have a 

both 



An Old Baibd 
Runs — 

"Fifty Million Frenchmen Can't 

BeWrongl" 

And we assume that thr one million two hundred thousafid f>a9<;pntrrrt; whr^liavR 
traveled our Ime.s from November 1. 1928. to date, '■can t be wmnR ' ritbcr. 
So. on the strength of this patronage, we deduce that our Transportation System 
approved; that we have.piiblic ccm^i; that our system is unquestionably 



sound. 



I hrrcfore. when you wi.sh to go anywhere on Vancouvte rstand> saftfly. comfort- 
ably. an<i ccnnomically. ju.t rin^ 9280 or 9281. Or if you have anv e.xprctS Or 
freight lo dehvcr. try our Bonded Carrier" system. Our raUS will satisfy you. 



Victoria-West Saaidefa 
Victoria -Sidney -Rssthsven 
Victoria- Cordova and Csdbore 
Bay 

Vlctoria-Colwoed-Langf ord Lake 



yf9 operate on the Followtng ItotM: 



Vktoria-BookB-Joidan KlTCft 
Vlrtoria - Dtthcaa - UljwHII 

Nsnsbno 
DDBcsn-Cowidkaa Lada 
Nsnsimo-Covnaaay- Cunhcri snd 



Jfaoabno-Alberal-Port Albarai 
^Wi ayCsmpbsIl Mvsr 



For Pricea and Information Phona 9afO.Of;'92ll 



eounie, ii might be lome one else 
who didnt know sbout tnst hole. 
In that case.' Flip might hsve the 
excitement of s ehaae. 

Out of the graAJi darted a amsll 
figure and sat rlRht, up at the edge 
of that hole. The Instant he saw 
It, Flip Bald (o hioDM-lf ' It s striped 
Chipmunk I" You ner. he recognlied 

the striped roar, and the tjiil Hut toothache or the mumpa 
when he had a gtXKl li-nk at the 
little figure aittlng up b-Alde the 
hole. Flip wRsn't ao sure. In fact, 
be robbed hia eyas twice. He could 
not ballave that he really saw what 
he seemed to see. "If that Is Strtped 
Chipmunk," muttsred mp. "What 
under the sun ha* happened to 
Jhim? There la aomethlng dread- 
I fully wrong with htm. HU head Is 
. all out of shape and iwtoe as big as 
I It ought to be I have aeen him a 
good many times, but I have nmt 
•een him look like thla." 

Before Flip cmild move. Striped 
Chipmunk gave a funny htUe twist 
to his head and disappeared In that 
hole. Fhp ramahiM right arhsn be 
was snd kspt watch. Bs wanted to 
aee Stripsd Chlpmimk come out. Be 
didnt havn long to wait. Th« hSad 
of Striped Chipmunk suddenly ap- 
peared Just abrtvo that hole. The 
little fellow took a look all srotmd 
and t.irn n.jl he Jumped and away 
ll*" ran Thl* time Flip was surf 
that there had tvrn trouble with 
Us syss, for ti.-T- ^ med to be 
na^^ mil Uta trouble with 



on 

ildM at onoe. CerUlnly. hU head 
waa all sweOed f»ut iwfore. 
Strtped Oblpinunk turned his hesd 
jWewaya and dlnppsarad to UMt 

nip was terribly Impeiltot for 
Strtp ed Chipmunk to rsappMr. It 
sBsmed as If ho wsre gOns a long 
time, though really it was only s 
few momenta. When at last Striped 
Ohlpimink * head did pop out of 
that hole Flip jwst couldn't help 
glvinii a l:tik yplp of exrltement. at 
which striped Chipmunk pronipOy 
disappeared You tjifre wim 

notmng wrong with Sinped CMp. 
fflunk'i head thi/ ttm«L 

"Tbsrs are two Chipmunks there ■ 
deolarsd Ftlp to htomtf. -That 
must be It Thsre la ana who has 
notfikig (he matter with him. 
whtcb probably Is Otrfpsd CW^^ 
munk. aod there la another who 
has got »om*ihlQg thS matter with 
hlfi Si^nrt T wUh (hey would both 
cooi'' oir thf .'.■me ttaas. 
■<^"l.vr!i;li', 1S2B, T W 



WE ARE YELLOWAY AGENTS 
Tbftl Murvelftitt Syntem— Border to Bordflr— CoMt to <^ rt 

Seattle to Portland Seattle 4o San Prancifeo 



Seattle to Los Angeles 
. (via Sacramento) 



Seattle to Los Angeles 
(via Sao Francisco) 



w 

Tickets to Any Yelloway Points on Sale at Our Offices 



Bwvaaij 



Ths ncn storr — "VUp 



Depot Telepbonca. 9280 or 9281 



VICTORIA AND SIDNEY 

BXPXBSS CAKOTD 



Victoria 

i 'oa i.m. 
9^M a.m. 



Lssvaa 
RsBthsven 

7:50 1 m. _ 
8 <5 am 
10 15 srn. _ 



8i<iner Tekphons IW 



I ts p.m. 

J:I5 p,m. 
4: IS p.m. 

5 15 p m. 

6 15 p m 
V 15 pjn. 

J1:1S pja. 



2:00 p.m. 

7 do p.m. 
lOrOS p.n». 



Bidhay 

••7 45 s-m. 
9 JO a.m. 
11:00 a.m. 
MS p.m. 
2:15 p.Bl. 
4:1$ ^.HL 
«:00 pLaik 

MS pjtu 
10:11 pja. 



Victoria 
R 00 am, 

10 00 a m 
24)0 [• m 

S:00 p m 
f dit a,RL 

M;00 p.aa 



SUNDAY 
Leoveo 
Reathavea 
8 4(1 a nt . 
to 40 a rn . 
2 40 p m 
$ 40 p at. 




9:00 a.R. 
2f00 p,m. 
f fOO p,in. 



•Lajr MP f^i^ tBelttrday- «i(Kh« oaly. ••Leave. SMRey vts Heeffiseen. 

Laeea Ptom BrotsghtOfi Str^ Dapoi <Com«r Broad>-^b«MR M and «atl 



THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA, B.C SATURDAY. OCTOBER 26. 1929 



THAT CERTAIN PARTY 



By Jack Wilbolm 




POLLY AND HJER PAJUS 



i he Kid's Knockout 



By Cliff Sterett 




TILUf: TH£ TOILER 



Lost Beyond Finding 



By Westover 



WHV ootctr woo 

MOOEV TO STAQT 
OP BOS^JOESC. 
M© vOHlPPLEf J 



*TVlAT)S A fiOOD 
IDEA. TltUE.. 

-7 




He OUi&WT TO 
BE WILLIK)& TO 

MAKE Vol? a 

LOA.K1 




S'MATTI^R POP 



Family Secrets 




MEET A L\TTLE 

l^V a)t5>t.itATe_ 




BOBBY THATCHER 




By C. M. Payne 



-HAT> a "T-HOuOAKi'D 

LOAKiCli To 
OHft- — AMO A*KtL 



By George Storm 



OiM VOUR UGWTB 
AJ40 PULL OVEJP 
TO TMH SOE 





THK MOOW 

A TISSUE 
OF ClOUD 

THE GR\M 

R*FLE 
SQUAO 
SKIRTING 
THE SiLEHT 

HOUSE 
■TV^EM THE 
SHLU4ESS 

WA.S 
BROi«H BV 

SCREAWV 




JAN£: ARDCN 



By Monte Barrett aod Frank BUis 




»N»PCCT TNB ffMlP TNOffOOOMLr— TMCOr^ NOT 
LOJ^ — TMAT JKKLLOW MAV HAVS oama, 



A MOHCffT 




KRAZY KAT 



A/ 






MV FfUt\(l^ A*jO 

A)cn- /4«*ft£%> ycv 




JUST LlKi: A WOMAN 




CM9ARRASSINC MOMENTS 




Thf r^formM dftrtty vm fouwl 
I ofw ni|rh( KurrountM by tmptr bot- 
«nfi WW in prtate tf mlltlflit 

I tho\ichl YOli E'>' r«>|tKl,iufl and (VOT* 

off o*t u> r>^->i ir, =i hiiiTT now. 
Captain w»rt cv*-r > iv.ii ■.- in har- 
IWk* bv » f^ rlork 



twn« «iL B«D good fflriii M 

DOW an Ah fttto k«l* 9 OK 



•r 



or UN 



vltatlon to ftttMid ft 
rirntly on the gfx w nj 
"Bom, Mir. OaligMiik Old Qtp^|m«r MSi a 



to- 
te- 



THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA. B.C SATURDAY, OCTOBHR 26, 1929 



COLONIST DAILY COMIC FEATURE 



A 



Ilk) 




UND Hi& DOG 




OYO 



mm 




'c^\ irrw. wiMwPouor and "Dirtor 

HC^O BCEH R€6CUCt> FHo»^ "TMg ROCK 
CWK>OLp\4 GOT TkROWK OUT Of= <^ HOV\e OND <\ . 

McfT ^.LLowEo: pt^v^vY Qfn /vMo move 

OFF MH Sfr^lTV l*J HIS au<0, iJEC^vitMG 

poem xxKiGv OkOolph Behimd J Twe^ 

"TRieO TIB <iCT ONO.-mouJSYGftA^BUTlWm 

ALL "Twa >Mft5^ Howve \ 



0 



' v»c^L-< , But awe don't lo*^ "^u. umq dot 
f vsm « — I vuNocR auifc Lu«is "poi" 




0OH\ ^TScojReOMtl 




V'Y, POLLY! S< 

155 . __ _ 



MO < NOT MO^O tfT YOU^ 



^*^'.5 "flVjO K*»a MS. COMING 



COMING MOfA& / 




Wovy WOaLO ^•OU LIHC TO 60 ON PICN«C with) I 
Ml tN TMm C\6 >NQODS ? W« COtJCD ORtV* OUT \ 
IN CCfcR 6aiB.O< »NTV»» MOI%NWlG,'9kK« OUP 

^^-llITl ^ J 7 ' 



Ckt L C^K^T.THft*^ , ('ou < Ci*.t. ron t^fe ti^uvf am.- Hw>mg 




MOW ^ UlP ^(bM t Mr ^90|BU 
v<NeW MQMr t tAMt WbUMVUMD 

V%/l f TOU TOULUN'TL/ vooco Nou MvmD (F Pap^ ttf*T 

CMUSr FOR 




The Katzenjammer Kids 




A 



1 




N 



THE J>ArVY COLONIST. VICTORIA, B.C SATURDAY, OCTOBER 36, 1929 



19 




Ottawa Holds in Abeyance 
Fishing Recomniendations 
Of Commissioner J. Ellis 



Canadian HIe\ ator Creates New Record 



OTTAWA, Oct. as. — No tnpnct 
UflMUM for nlmon ftablng h«ve 
been Imied to campaolH Ui Ncxth- 
•'in BrltUh ColumbU mtofs. it «u 
<S ' lured here todty by deparimrnuU 
' rntfr.n nnc\ thf recommend* tloiLi 
"f (■' ;i;]T, ,. ■-:uiirr- ELUa, wlU> Wr.'-H- 
galril Ihf airat-ultlea of Ihc fUfirr- 
mfti <il 'he Paclllr f;i«.[ in tlUa 
roniu-ct lull, arc bPlng htliJ In «b*y- 
ftii' 1 

AL the \aal scMion of Pwiiament, 
Mr. A W. NelU, Independent, 
Comox-Albeml. directed the ittm- 
UdB ot the BOUB0 ol Oommooi to 
th« flndlngi ot JOdgt BUU, wbo had 
torn sppottitiWl to inquln into Uie 
flutter. For aevenl yean trapnetc 
had been in use In tba territorial 
wBters of the United Btatei ed- 
]ftrent tA thr Altskan boundary. 



tlce, however, on the Canadian ilde 
fell Into dlatue. tmt an effort wa« 
made to revive It two yean a^ 
when the Canadian Fishing Com- 
pany purohaeed a cannery in North- 
pm BrttUh Columbia and aougbt a 

A cGfiBldcrabli} outcry R.row Ironi 
LlK risiiifrmcn in that region »n.l, 
taking heed at thl.s protest, itv 
Oovemment Bpp.>liiic'. K.hs 
at Vancouver, lo piui>f- ;tie inaiter 
The commlaitoner recommended 
that trapnet llAhing be permitted. 

The queftloQ waa lotroduced into 
the Home of Oommane by Mr. Netll. 
who took up the cudteU tor the 
O&bermen and had Uie nipport ot 
most of the BritlAh Columbia mem- 
twra. In the face of these proif>!tt«i, 
the commluloner's recommends- 



and up to fcboiit nine years ago . tlons were not given efTect to. nnd. 
tliese had also been permitted In aa lh« mattar stands, may become 
Oflnadlan waters there. The pru- 1 » deitf lefetv. 



CANAUA JOB IS 
NOW HALF DONE 



NCARLV 350 WORKMEN 1.ABOA 
TO HAVE LINER REAnT ON 
NOVEMBER 1 



ta il u w e Mate Ftaw 

VenH 



In 



Nearly 360 worluncn are now en- 
gaged by YsrrowB, Ltd.. In repair- 
ing RM S. Bmprew of Canada, In 
the new Ksqulmalt drydeck. and 

yesterday Rftemnon the work was 
half completc^l. The contraet calls 

toe the ship being ready lor sea on 

November 3. I 
over 40.000 feet of British Co- Jl"^!.**?.**^^^ 



Plans Fliiiht 

Front i'Vrmmiy 
To Fairbanks 



FAXBBANKa. AlUka, Oct 
Stf—Ftmit adrlcas reach- 
lof hm tnm Mr. Oeorge 
Klnff. former nvtanka avi- 
ator and now nald to be with 
the Junker?i uprponvnon, of 
Oennany. were t« the etTect 
that King will of! from 

Berlin November 30 on a lllghL 
lo Nf w York vUi SiliertA, 
Nome. Alanks. unci Palrbank.t 
The purported (light wa-i 
■aid to be sponsored by the 
JunlMn OarpenMon. King 
waa Mid to tola Nrw York at 
preaaot, ready to latl this 
week for oarmany. 




VESSELS RUSH 
TOiHiRAIN 

Indications Are That Long 
Grain Blockade U Over 
and That Cargoes Will 
Move Kapidly 



THIRTY FREIGHTERS 
ENTER LjO^ HURON 



Canadian Nadonal Rebuilt 

Pirr al I (inrouvvr Will Bp 
ij300 leet Out Into Harbor 



MONTREAL, Oct 2.^ Prelimi- 
nary work for rebuiuiins the Cana- 
dian National tjicaoMhips pier at 
Vaneouver eomprlni reflwral ct 
IhMO euMe swrds of material and 
the Blaotac of SOSyOM edUe yardi ct 
etflhtihrtng fUL 



It le eetlmatad that the Canadlen 
National Steamships will expend ap- 

I proximately S7&0.000 in rxtendlnc 

j and eomplettly remodelinn Hjs exist- 

^^^"■^^ iHR pier at the fnol nf M.\ln Hlreet. 

SARNtA. Onfc., ODI. 25 — TlH-ir Vam-ouvrr. and lha' th" new ;.lr»it- 
whl-^Med slnglnK of power nnri h.ht mcc win |>r rnmplrtod hv thf I'lid nf 
I •. <i (Irlliitii r 1 '".I Itii- ■•Uil Hi. ! lilT U ill- Mii> vIl'. Li th',' rliriH' \ r-.v^l.s 
niH\:[ fretgliters. the largest srniJMla . niiw fx-lng built Bt Ulrkcnheud, 



XITHAT ii regarded at a record w o vw iat of grain In a few hetm «u OMide at the faefcalchewan Wheat 
▼ ▼ Pool Elevator No. 7, the larfeat flnd moot up-to-date frain elevator in North Anwica, whh a capac- 
ity of 7.0QO;000 bushels. In four and a half houra 5S0,M0 buahela of ertuat ware transferred from the ele- 
vator to the holU of the steamship Lemoyne. There were periode dncinc the loadJnc of the ship %*h«n the 
wheat waa carried Uhe a tofrtatial xol4ra river from the elmter at Cba rate of a^USK boahala per mtmite. 



Ocean and Coastwise Movements 



lumbUi fir l^ u&ed In thft shoring on 



trucks- TiH- five-ton weight of the 



the M..nM>a<-mr liner to support her P^^" '^^l-iJ^T *^ 

K .;/ .ulit. while workmen hammer 

av.av at the plat-s beneath the flat ; While the great liner echoea to 
boitoin iji.- i fMiT-' Kirder la in ' cl*of h*nimeni and machine 
place, practically nil the interior ' PJ^^otoe of pneumatic rivetera. 
work upon frttniei nnd Intereodtala I pal ntH iy her 

is done and several of the heavy | ■*«™ fltttats and htin. 
om-laoh Heel ptaMs have baen 
riveted In plaee. 

Early In the week tlx steel plates 
arrived at Seattle fknm Loe Ancdei 
aboard Si, X. r. Altnndar. and 
were deUvMMl to bqulmalt by a 
Border Line freighter. At 13 M 
yesLerday morning Ave more ar- 
rived atieard Sa. Bnuna Alexander, 



'ENMAMXANDtR 

t TO BE RENOVATED 



WS8T COAST SEKVICK 



The Prinreas Maqulnna wlU leave 



CattfeoUa Sleamrr's place WUI Be 
by Hs. Dorothy 

Alexander 

Delayed by tinvAc tn the Strait. 



Victoria at ) I pjn.. November 1. 11 li^f r^<^ifi<- W't-amMUp Company-a 

and 21. lor Port Alice and way porta. tSJSiT- 115 

fRuhai pun from San Francisco 



Bpedal excursion at reduced fare tintll ia:M o'clock yesterday morn- 
to BaatU* and ratum on 8a. Princess She Itffc tor Seattle at 3 o'clock 
Not^ Oetobar M, im. Leaves dlsembarklnf shtty passenffera 

VletortA 1:M p.ra^ iMvca Seattle ^'"londlng elghty-ntne tons of 
ItM a^i.. October SI, ISM. TlekaU , ' 

good for return Oo tht rvulw teat. . ^" ""'l^'Rl »t a«n PrancLico. the 
with ■ flmW retom Unit on Norem- Emn>a Alexander will be laid up for 
ber 8. 1938. 



Cunkrd 



t'pssel Movements 

SEATT'.r, J^ Arrl.fd Cudmnn, 

1 Ufiniiin»r. Prr-nit Lak* FVantitii. 

I N»w Tct* PbuI I.uckrnbicJi. PirlAc C*dBr. 
prrndciii JrrTfrton. Tftcoma. PkctHa 
lUncFr, Ulawow J*r*D Arrow. Lo« An- 
■«lea; Blc*dra. Bftnta RmbIIk SkUm) 
Mmm Alanadcr, TaesoMi K I Lweknv- 
bacti. Sntton. mn tMrmo. PhUae«l»bl*i 
Bt4fn*y M Hauplman N«w T*rt. M. R. 
WhittiT. AvKii Brk[itlaii«i>r. UntUd Kliie- 

PORTLj^HP. ik: 3IS Arrlvp>l AdmlrmI 
PtrrMul. Ban nirao Uirllr, Phtladelptil* . 
Choro Waru, klukc Cnlumbl* Uaru, Kobe; 
T<rrr*& l^a An«alaa Ballad: WlUtaora. 
Baltimore; TopUa. Lna Anfla|»* Wwt 
Canaraii, aantM: ForUMid, Aalwcrp; 
Btnnuiibaai CRtr. Pmm Ooottdi oraeia. 
OlaMvwi aitiA Cllr. A*nimoaUt: Captain 
A. P Looat, La* Anc^m. 

TAOOMA. Out U -Arflrfld- Kckmkpa. 
Lone Btach. CatttMoO. aan Pranelacs: 
Bcoakdala. Ban Dlrto: Una Alaaandar. 
■•atllei Aafo%. firiunnla Baaelit Smu- 
■•nica. New Yrrk flaUMI: KakosSm. 
Ca(h«ood Pr«i>J<1ent J^lTvraaB. SMttlti 
Aaiofla. Cadaretta. Btuokdala. Ban VMn- 
clKo. ParUlfi omlar. N«w York: r«ul 
Lwkmaaeb, Mt« Tatfe. 

OAN PRAffOiacO. Oel SI. — Arrl*«l 
f "r <• M CritimblB. Ban P*drai MadJn- 
.r -«via. Maiatna. Honolulu. aalUd 
F;<i,i f! Buck, Vpniura. Hawaiian Sianil- 
ard, Dvrochc. Dan P Hanton. Ban PMr« 
PoUit aari>i- Aatona nnfTdu Haaadahor 
U. H ShrrTrian, Maltnnrr.t^ rorhai.'i 
Otamasnt. Vftnmui-'t r-'',-. i'> itn Mr* 
Yarki Onelda- »r«aU M-T-.'»-Tiri Prankliu, 
Oala; Ban Jaaa. Pnrt l-iinon. Prealdxit 
UeKUU^r. nana Kona; MBBaa 
Manaa. 

AaaivKO 

HAMBUnO. Ofit 33 - Noerdrndirk. Ban 

Prnnelarai Wl(Tam. 8an Prdro 
BAI.BOA. Oct J* -MU»ogla. Beattli- 
AKTWXnP. 0<tI 3J Mar*nla. Vancftuv^r 
UAUUJi. Oct H -Tymrrle. Ban Frar.- 

daeo. 

KBW YORK. 'Ki JS -Conttanc* Chand- 
ler, irivan Artov. Il«attu. P J. ^faucKait- 
haab. aaa Pfaaelwo: Portta Sriaaa, Yan- 
«auvar; AawrMw. aaa P*dni. 

fiftiiair 

BHAIIOKAI. Oct. IS — MUblna Mary 
SnlUtt Praaldaat Olflvalaad. Oan Pnn- 

Nirw YORK. Oct. SR.— AUaa. Ban Ptdro 
PANAMA CANAL. OM « — Paw*d 



UOD- 

StaOa 



Oatuiiia. Eouib Pender— 
d«i 4 3<> k IT- . ThurtdaT- T a.tt 
klur, Uundai. p nt hridai. 7 a.Bft, 

MuaitkVC. Nailb OallafLO — "-**- titm 

wieetaasF, 1 ajik. uaua MB Yiwnaay. 

13 



raoM MONimcAi, 
Te vivi 



Aaranu 

AuaoniR 
A*ran IK 



, Nn> e 
Not It 



Awhor-Donaldsoi 

raOM Mit.STHCAL 
Ta Ballaal-IJwra— I fUataw 

Antonia Her. ■ 

AlbPtiia Mtt*. IS 

ABBaiila . ■ . , Noir. H 

paOM WAUTAX. N.ft. 
Ta PlrB*aU-Havro-Laiiaa« 

TMMflla D*». S 

Ya nptrari-U«*r*aa|.aiaaaaw 
AtbSBla Dfr U 

I Kn« ST lon.s s.n 
Ts a«lfa>t-U*«r»«ol-nia»a*v 
AtbMla . , . net II 

Uanay Ord^ra. Drafli and TraTcMpn' 
rt>»ou-- at lo«>ti tatci Pull Intnrmailoo 

frrtni A«ant( nr nqmpan*'* orrirMi, 



CALIFORMU 

m ■••»» «w i>M«fti eee . , . • u 

wa vaaaeta of tba a^Ml 
_e lU| Ua a«MUoru aa« 
W a^Wh aSaara lau a ub^ 

M. aim -a»»*^»fim 
•e eai usau "rramtga 

*^ PHUM aaATTU 
**- *• Ai^AAMMl 
tMadam ft ««. 




PAaHCSTEAmHIPCD 



umoN rrsAMSazFt. tro. 

lo All B.C QmM rnlnii 
Vniw Hiip«rt, Stewart. Anyo., 

Gf U M <. K ^ 1 u I K, An^nt 
1 H.-I'iii"' I' Ir l'*-ono \<}7^ 



two trips while her engines are over- 
hauled and paaaenger accommtxlH- 
Mon altered and renovated. Hen 
'ice wiu be taken by fla. Oonthy 
\:ntander. due her* on Noveuber 
I. Hrc'irding to Mr. WUUaan M. 

Allni;, agent. 
Or. h«'r laBl vovage of the waaon 

.s,.«>, „„, n.nc,.ro. ..^'7,.i;»SSlf" ""'"*• 

H 1- Aienander will sail from PACHKHA-Thiek lae: aalat U.Mi <* 
Hrnttle next Tuesday. Turbine acurtd aa«*anl« 
rngined. she U the fasteat vessel of I oaiubanam mi.i>: ratoi aalai; >l.fle 
the paeiric Stninahlp Company's 



booDd «p>i CIiallerHtr. Vsaaaovrf 
|l«b«rt B Hwhina. Paiinmar. Baa mn 

clKO. WUltaro. Horlulk 

WEATHEB EEPOBT 



coastal neet 



Veas^ of the PtiRei .sound Navi- 
gation Company this aeiwcm carried 
11,452 paasenKers between Htdnev. 
Anatortea and Bellinghnm. accord- 
ing to Mr E E. Blackwood, agent. 
The riguras are Ml over tlioee lor 

iBse 



t'NITRD STATES AIB StAIL 
SC MEDDLE 
TaMa ShavlMi TrasiH ThM Wtwm rutmrC* 
■aitbound anfl soinhbDaul aallr. Imtud 
IDS enada*. elMlna lodar al 4 » m 

•AUanu. OMcela; Day anar laiwrrow. 
lilO p m 

AuatiB- T*xaa- Third aaniUM. p m 

•■uaalfc W.T.i Oav aflat lomrnm. 

3 .9e PhVI. 

ObiytaM. Wm : Tnnnrrnw, 7 is p m 
aUMCO> ni.: Day aft«r lomitrrnw. ft a m 
ClevrtaiHl. oaia. Dar aMar tomorrow. 
19 noon 

•DaUaa. Taeeai Oar afwr nmnaa 

6,W p m 

rvii ' » t . rnto Dar »ri*r Umorro*. 

i M ■ rti 

tMMnii. UHh.: Oar altar laaorrew. 
Tndunu^ MmA-i Day aftir laaaiiow. 

1 U a m. 

KanMi Ollv. Me.: Dar afur lonarraw. 
Ills a.n. 

*L0i A a eilafc Oal.: TanMrrow. s e^m 
MiaailTflai TftM dap. i^sa pj*. 

a w pn. 

Oeiaha. Nsk.: Dar anar ii 
U:M a at. 

OU««B, OnL: Tbirg rae*. V:H a.a. 

«l>hUadalpfila, ra.. Oat afltr 
t U p.m. 

ntuaurih, Pa ; Oaj anar IfPfiaa. 
t «• an- 

aj UtilA Ma : Dap aCMr MMorrov. 

W*-' ^ UBMm*. 

IVrtt aak 

■•att 
t;40 a* 

mm l^iKlMa. Cai : Tasatro*, ii «s 

r m 

•Ban niraa, Oal - Ttnerrow. IS p.m 
•Ttraoio, On\ Dav afU( MBiviifTM, 
$ r m 

■TiidloaUa (M laU tni carriar Banvarr 



taha Ollv. ouk: 



llcbt twall 

OAPB BEAiJi Pmi UpM) MetMaal. 
H.Oa; aodnaU aaall. 




The S« Otter lenv** Victoria 
; 00 a m. Mnndav for oangen Har- 
bor via the <3ulf lalanda and Sidney 
The 8a Olt« leavet Oaniea Har- 
bor 7:00 ajn. Ttoaedaj. Wadaaaday 
Thvxedar Md Prldajr tor Sidney 
retumlat to Ctoiisto itorbor vto the 
Gulf laiaadB the Mto evMk*. 

The 8a Ottar tatwe Qm^bb Har- 
bor 7:W am Salwdfty tor Ttotorla 
via Sidney and the Onlf tteda 

The 8s, PrlaeeaB Rdyal leavea Vto- 
tortft iXM mm TMhtf lar vs»- 



WtBKLESS BXPORT 

(Biuvaa. a pm, salaaa ataarwfaa Matad > 
Ai«miTouix-TftUrla Im vaaeeavar. 
Ill mOM oil Vaaeeaver. 

nipnna or nmBu-oii VMonm sm 

mllaa. 

WAlRi^NA P'vinri vafVFou<r*r. I. HP tall* • 
aouih of £<i*van 

rtnCXDH MARf Bound Portland. liO 
Biilm all Aatoria 

C3i.n. MOVEfHENTS 
CANADIAN BROIflon-At Yaneawvet 
CANADIAN wnmwfc— Daa lrs« Moni 

rral. Kovrttibfr I 

CANADIAN utUJaa-IMe ttwm Manl- 

rpal. Novmhtr W 

CANAIHAN nANOCT— Dua IPB M«aV- 

CANAiitAN PtANTBR— Oaa li«B Meat- 
real. Ofeambar II _ _ 

CANADIAN IUPORTBH— 4>Da IIM Wv- 
b«C Dc«MBb«t » 

BBITISB MAILS 
SmSKUniA I *ia Haw Yftrk i— MaUa 
«M8l 4 P.m.. ootoMr M 
BKPMM OP SOOTLaMD-Malla alOM 

OLYMPIC 'vU Naw YOTli> Matft alaw 

I p.ni., OcMMr PI. \ 

m. IMIUO-MaUa clow i t% v m , Or- 
tabtr la 

trVSATSAll I «>a Maw Votk )— HSIla 
alBM 4 #.«.. OBtaftar aa ^ 

Mall biteadad far traannlMlaa vM Ma* 
York abaaU ha m ■artad . 

GULP mwufM 

CBaouta October «. list 
Oaaaac Bail Bprina lilaml— Malia ciaaa 
ieMap, It P B.; Tuttdav. 1* M kja.i Wa«- 
niiBrr TtaarMar. Pridar. 1 mm. Malta 
e«a. Batardar. a.m.: Wadaartap. ViMei. 

I ajB.- Thurtdaf. Il ncM>n 

Mayas and Oaliano- Uall* cioat Sunday. 
Wadaaaday. ii pat. Xuctdar, 10. a.ai.: 
pyiday. Ian. UaUa daa. Hondap. Ptidaf . 
pta ; Wadnaaday. Priday. 1 m.m 

Pultard Harbot— UaUa slaM TaeMMf. 
Wadaaaday. Pilday, Balardav. T aji. lAilis 
du> ThurMar. il aaan; Fridaf, BaionUy, 
p in : Wadnaaday. 1 mm. 

Bvam PQila t M al t a alaaa TuaaBap, pyi. 
dar. 1 a at MaUl d«f. PrMay. e.ai-. Wae* 
naadar. T a s. 

pand«r laUod— Malta claaa Mandar. I n 
a at . Tuaaday. It M a ■ . Thuraday. T 
a-K. UaUa dua. Monday, aatiudar. pm: 
Wadaeaday. PrMap, 1 mm 

Pori waabtnaiaa— MaOi alSM Baaaay. 

II p m. Taaadiy. l« M. b.«.i lUerMat, 
I aas, H««ay, 



TKANSrACiFIC hlAU 

OOTOBKR 
CHINA ASt> JarAN 
LiiPRRSa OK AaiM-Uaiii cloia niiluftii 
a, ft p m Dua at Vokaliama OoMDW 14; 
Bbanrbal. Oetabar Hi Moos Koae. Oa- 
labar ft 

PBBBioBWT mcs-MaOa aia« oc- 
Mbar S. I peL Doa al Ta>aiiaBia oetaoar 
til BbaniliaL OaudMf gfj Boae Kaw. 
Otiaaar as. 

mniDABaD* <«a — -r-i-TTt msiii 
doN Oeidbat 1, 1:11 plb. XhM at Yafea* 
aaiaa Oetebar St. 

IMPBICJ OP CAIIAOA— Mattt alBM Oa- 
tafear 11. ft p.au Ova at Vakaliaaa Oa- 
toiMr asi aaaaaaai, Wataaair i; bom 
ItoAii MsvtMbar 4. 

P WID BWY ZaFr-HBlis dasa OeMftM 
U. 4 p ra. DO* al TmaiBi Wiiwi*!! 
li Bbaaibal. IH iiwtW » IMBB Kane. 
Marmbar S. 

•XWOsn M V i wa aeviP l MaB i alsai 
g i M tl l M L l£» »JL Oaa — ^J-^fj 
Itsw^Atf IS* 

BfnuBs or mrasu — Miua obh 

NOTatabay I. 4 p.Bt. Daa ai Vokobaiaa 
Ho*enbay 14: Bbaoctial. Mpramb-t it. 
Nana Buna. Notanbar 11. 
*Matla for Japan aoly. 
At'SnULlA AND NSW BKALAND 

'SONOMA (Via na i ir mni 
. '<...r octobay 1. 4 tm. Oea at SMbsv 

AuaANOI-Halli ctoaa rtlllnbn ll> S 
p ID Dua al Aucktaad IIVHMftai 4| 
Brdntr. Kavambti S. 
iMAKUXA (vM^taa m—lani) ■aaWi 

Novamber II. 

iVBNixmA (vie Sha 
cioM- oi:tob«r sa d pjB> xiaa al 

Navambar at, 
iMaU ler Auttralla only. 
Uiail tar Ktw Baaiaad aoly 



BHIFPING TAI ENDAft 

TO Aaaive 

KMPTtPaa OP nt.'SaiA— ProiB url^nt. 
MOVBRiA Proa BoalaDd. oetobrr U 

TAt.Ti)YBra«-.«Taai onm. oiiafcyy aa. 
pArtFiv aaova-rm belaad. Ha- 

T«tnbrr 1 

TOYA.\tA MArn- »-r.-:. '.■TirM. NavaB- 
b«r a 

P^ItaII^Kr^T LINCOLN Proai OVtoL 
NoT*fnb«T 4 

NIAGARA From ADllpwdat And RBBtt- 
luju. Novamber • 

ALABAMA MARU-Ptam Qyiial. HaMm- 
Wr II 

, PAOino lUUAMOB — Pmn CnyUnd. 

NevcBMr 18 

^MUmnu MAMr-rteei OrwnL No**m- 

wpwae or Aau-nen orisai. no- 

vcnbar IB. 

MODAVu— rroai MwMaa. tTanibsi la 

pnBBmiwT MAmaoH-ryaai ocami. 
Npymbat I a 

uucur-^rom Orisni. MMMdwr ». 

AJUSU HAnv-rrMi OrtaBC i«ev«a- 
oay a a 

PAOtPtO BBIPPDI- Prom Rniland. No- 

rtinbfr ar. 

lYO MARtT Trim Prirnt Nr>.fnit.»r jo 
fll'l.AIRIA — Prom Bn»l«nti ■ ■nii.lrn irlp', 
[>wmb»r t 
PH«BIDPNT JAOKBON-Prsn Orient. 

A<.RANnt Prom AattpaBn Bad Maae- 

lulij l>frfmtM'r I 

P\rtPIC KXPORTER Prom BBaland. 
D»««fni'»r 7 

BiDKftiA MAJtD— Praai onaat. DMHaibar 
11 'fim trip bira ). 

PRpatDKNT MeSnaXY-pRMB Orlast, 
Dvrfmtwr )l 

^ ABttORA MARU Prom Orient Daeain- 

^rf?^^? *~'^ OrWoLDaawibarn 
PAC1P10 PilMUH~~rram naalana. D^ 

ii«inb4>r II 

tmeOAI-iA-PKB BnilaMk OasMbarat 
^AijiCA MARO-Prara OrtSTotaaS: 

BIIIDZnoXA MARU— Prcm nt\r,iU n«. 
eamb ar IS. 

PRBBIDBl* I QUANT -Prnnn nrlanU Da- 
•finhev M 

ro OBPARY 
ARIZONA MARU ~ -«r Orlanl. fV- 
labor la 

TSS SSK^ 'P' Oetabrr » 

YOKORAMA MARIT-rai OrWnl. No- 
vanbar a. 

nSSSS^ «WW«»-**r Orttat. 

XMPMBB or CAHADA- Pw OriMiL No- 
vamaay a 

APtttCA MAKO—Por Orient. Novmbar I 
NIAOARA— For Aotipodva and NonoHilu. 
Wacpmber 11. 
PPBHDBjrr immi.w - r-n- orUni. No- 

T^ODfff 1 A 

TALTHYnnir- Por u»i»r.t. NbrembeV it 
AUBAMA MARU Tor OrientTllS^ 
bar aa 



CHAROE SPEED 
lURHFOG 

United States Steamboat 
Inspectors to Investigate 
G)llision Between Hyack 
and Northland 



"f 'he aeaaoD. entered Lake Huron 
today. The boala had been lying 
in the St Ototr River, walttng until 
the terrlflo wind of the past three 

days abated. 

With tour ahlpe already Ued up 
here, with Winter earffoea aboard, 
the moving of the fleet for fretfi 
cargoes Indicated that the grain 
blockade Is nearly Dntshed. 

Miuions ot buaheto ct wbaat^ will 
be moving down the Ukm In A few 
days, aldppeni any. 

The last rush to fet grain out 



Eng. will arrlx'c on the Pitclflc 
Coast. Tills terminal will provide tor 
ttw oompany's coastwlae service to 
Alaskan ports, and UkowlBB for the 
daUy aervtoa to be nUMasuntod 
betwe«& Vaoeoofver, Ttetofto «nd Ba- 
atUB. 

Aooordlnc to present plaivi, the 
Canadian National pier will be 
about IMO feet In length, and have 
a width of 330 feel, which oompares 
almost exactly wiUi the C.PJl. pier 
D In lenfiih. tJiough It will be slight- 
ly wider II will extend to wUliln 



before the fwae-up may be more 200 feet ol the headline esUbUshed 
frantic than ever. i ItoOOOYW IftUtoor Oommla*. 

The aire of today s fleet orca- 1 ^„ 
sloned much aurprlM. as no imi- 1 FLtNTi ur m a<. l 

matlon came from Port Arthur or Bessider, ».'f«i(linx itccomniodatlon 
Fort WlUlam for cargoee. 



n d W\M^ ^ ^wm ja-fcy raj mum 

DOLLAR COMPANY 



IN feet at the ahore end lor oU 
lighten and other email craft. 
Thirty-five fePt of water at the 

outer end of the pier wUl be avail- 
able when the tide la out. and 



MAr^'S LIFE TAKEN 
IN SEATTLE CRASH 



SEATTLE, Oct. 25— Clinrge* tiitit 
the Puget Sound steamer Hyarit 
waa ateamlng full speed ahead 
tturottih danae fog early today, when 
ahe rammed and aanli the actne boat 
Northland, off Wait Point light, 
near here, will be toveatlgmted by 
the ITnlted 6t«l«i Steamboat In- 
spection Service. 

Mr Prank Prancia, twenty-eight, 
wan thrown from the flahlng boat 
by the impact and drowned, while 
Mr. Robert Troberg, twenty-two. 
also of the Northland crew, tiaji in- 
jured In the iTHsii Six nUiev :iiem- 



.SAN niANClSCO. Oct. 25 -The 
i:: onfi ihiM i-ttdlo A>-st*m which the __ _ ______ 

1 • ' ;,m^hlp Company Is build- , nUnlmum of twenty'-ftve fe^ wlUbe 
u>n atul \vlilch Will encircle the world provlrted at the nhnre end 
wlUi constant coimimiiii-tttion, Is to I A,..,r,„.-i, t,. .i, r«,«. .h- 



Dcra of the fishlint ui>ai crew were r-vft^ni 



Orat exolualve abort wave aystem in 
the wold, u wen aa the noet eom- 
prehenslve under Blogle control. 

Five traoamltUng sUtlonx of 18.000 
watts each are being constructed at 
Honolulu. Manna. Shanghai and 

Nfw York The San Francisco sta- 
iiKii \s now In operation, and all 
other statloru nn? expected to be In 
operation by .hily I. 1D31 With the 
new short wavp method It has been 
pointed out Dollar Company otllctals 
can maintain constant comcnunlca- 
tion with Its fleet of steamers com- 
pletely around the world, a neoeaaary 
InsldBnt to flOolflnt malntanance of 
the irhBdiilta on wHldi the com- 
panya tmn^Mlfle and nond-tlw- 
wortd ataBOMn opento. 

Simpson Radio Corpor«ttoa patan^" 
which were recent^ pur^UMd b 
the Dollar Intereat^ wtU be uaed lit 
the new globe-elrcltog commiuUca- 



widc vmdiicL. erected on heavy pU- 



for tmir ( i>ii.-i .»l ."itcunirrs. two on 
either »lde. the pier will havo a 

vnsel, and there wUl be a berffi^f i^rn-inai wt:i havr it/v rom- 



;etten flftaen feet high ishirh wUl 
be Illuminated by N>on iinhts at 
night Before reaching the main 
w^Ktos-noBB and leneral oCflota, 
the roadwaj win qmd eui to tM 
fall wUtti «f Ow ptor, tIMnto ei*- 
atlng a IU|B saml-ebvular mptar 
concourse. 

Beyond the main building, which 
is to be a roomy structurf mea^tir- 
tng 350 by 100 feet ther« will be t«n 
large traffic xhedn or warchoM.vf.'i. 
the eaAtern being lUf inr«rf [i80 
feet by M feet — whilp U\e wealeni 
will be MO feet by 70 feet De pi e aa ad 
double railway tmokage wtU entor 
the pier beneath Uie motor eof^- 
courae and oootlnue on an Ib(U)|» 
to the oeotcw «C Cbe warabouMt. 
ADVAMTAOBOV8 SITI 

Paaaenger ramps ara to be pro- 
vided for oommunloafeUm with eMh 
steainahlp berth, and faeUl^jtoa tor 
the rapid handling of bagsace and 
rrplght will Iv* !;ir-*iiiviral<'f1 In thu 
struct urc Wii' .i n: h; '1 iiuilu'- will 
connect with cucli sieiuiwhip tK-rth, 
and a large number of hydrantA 
win b<" MipplfniPtilwl with the In- 
btAllullnn -'f .1 • oiiiplfU' ..prliiklrr 
syAtem throughout the offices and 
wnnihoiieea for prataetloa MalMk 

Tlila new pier wlU oeoupy ana of 
the moat advantageou sites tn 

Vancouver, and Its oonstructlon 
.should provide the Canadian N& 
tlonal HLi^amiihlp« with rxcellrnt fa- 



n 11*1 n ■ irn-ni near Ih'' tii'.rr^irT'; inn r.f 
Main ;ind Alexander Strt-L't-i. whirh 
Ifi only nine bloekB north of th'^ Ca- 
nadian NattonAl Itottwayi yanu. 
that front on Main straai, and 
minor wbarvea at the extremity df 
Palae Crrrk Railway trackage al* 
ready connecta t heae yarda with the 
watcrf^(^nt. iilong which the Cana- 
dian I'H.ifi'' mnin line run*, so the 



ing and Uirough an impoalnK arch- i new t.«>^rni]tml will have direct oon- 
wny. This will carry Uic words, "Ca- Inectlon mUi the lines of kethtnuW- 
nadlan National Steamships," inlportaiion cnmpani'v. 



FamouB Yachtsman 
ViaiU Canada 



rescued. 



Tlif patents cover 
tjir late Commander 



Captain Walter O. Haii.-^on, nia.i- pred o Sipupson World-wide radlo- 
» Of the Hyack. and other orarrr.i. ■ t,ipj,honv u to be a development of 
daelarBd their vessel was proceeding 
oautloualy at the Urns id tbs acci- 
dent 



ARREST OFFICIAL 
ON GRAVE CHARGE 



the new .fr^icc. under prMent plans 
The Dollar Aystem, It is riaimed, will 
be unique m liiat It will be the only 
aU-Amerlcan ayatom with world-wide 
service, being free from any operat- 
ing oanneoUoos or ■tresmentg vtth 
foreign serYloee. * 



NORTH VANCOUVER. BC. Oct. IKJW/If JXH ^fllP 

35 -T W Bwiwell. Hrltluh Colum- ' ''""^ 
bla Klcrtrir Railway Company ac- 
cowman; *ho w«s arrp.itn-l (ni a 
charge of faUlfylng on*- '^r 
company's ledters, appeared beior- 

Maglstratr R A Sargent. In pollrr »:„i and the barge Marsala, unre- '^IR TH0.MA5 LIPTON 

court today, and wua remanded r.:ir ' ported alnce Monddy ntght on Ijtke ■•*t.fnia'. -i.- i. Main an ibia 

rne weelK. Ball wa/i .let at ai.").©™ I eup^-rlnr. pas-vl Whi;»" n-h Point' 
in tbs form of Ihree surety bnnd.v Ibi-' todnv it r*n'trted lo ihe 
^HW nun niBntloned in the m :ci, nl ntfent of the rMtt.ihurgh 8team- 

formatlon avom against Bosweii. is slup Company by wircleaa from the 



I TVRNVP SAFELY 

' \ULT ffTB. MARIE, Mleh., Oct. 

i;. The (tteamer Oeorge Stephen - 
non and the barge Marsala, unre 




NEW SHIPS FOR 




TWO I iM ft.s ooanifo flUiMN 

Hlix SAIt WmOM IAN 

nuNonoo 



United Slates Shlpptng Beard 
Granto Lean to OobmIb 
StMMuUpa 



mWDSKT MADtaON -Por Oflsat. Be- 
OrleDi. Daaea- 



rar 



telwaap. 1 mm MMla B«s. Um4m9, 
BBiaiBap. pel ; WBet rt i f , rMAar. f aa. 

BASTaOtnCD KXOimSION PARES 

The Canadian National and Cana- 
rllan Parlflr Ffflklwuya annoiittOS that 
they will havty Special Eaatbound 
Round 1 1 ip Mniii# Visitors' Cicur- 
ilun Karri pfTm aifKin this Wln- 
t*>: Tlrkft-* nf i„l r»i-p, will 

be on sale November 3J ano 30 
Decembar T, 14, Jt, « and 3i. with 
flnnl fftam BnU Mbnury 3ii. laso 
WfU be to effect to 
jtoniMlHia in the MkUto 
•ai lb 



HAnOj-rw onaaL Oaaa*. 

^ orltnt. 



ARABU MARU 

bar la 

UaOH— Par Onent. Oaeaaitaet 1* 
AORAWOX— Pta AatleoSaa ana Haaalala. 
Oaianaap 11, 

JH?"-' *' P^ *- Pfwaw 14. 

niseUIUI I JaOEBOM— Mr Oflaal. Da- 
eembtr M, 
BTBBRIA 

h»r 14 

rr<aatDCNT 

l>c«maeT II 



CANADIAN rA( IF1( 

Brhedoira 

Vancouver- 
MoBtnaL leafea Vanoouvrr al 
•:M pJn. dally, oanytng ttaVDitfk 
standard deeper to Chieage vto 

Mtoneapotla and 81. PanL 
-THE DOMINION,- Vanoomr- 

Toronlo-Montraal. 9:00 ajn. dally 
-KOOTKNAY KXPRBSS," Van- 

rnuvcr Nfflaon. dally at T:9i pjB. 
-ntASKR V ALLEY UHUU«* 

Vancouver-Ruby iTTPek, &:1A pm. 
dally. 

Vancouver-HunMngdan, 7:30 

dally eiecpc Sunday, 
rurtber Infvmatlen on reqnast 



•MO. Tbt alleged faktfytag of tbe 
books Is aald to dale tnm Kaivh S, 
1036. 

Coastal Sailings 
OuiofB£mPoriM 



poa VANcourva 

CPR af<Bmtr l«ai>i dallv at | 
and II ** P m 

raoM VANcoivpa 
CP a tieane: irrivaa 4bU> 1 a.m mmi 

I p n 

FOB aiATVU 

Pfl.H iteaner laana eally at ia:lS a.ai. 
C.r JL Maaowr iaataa Sally at 4:M ■ m. 

raoM acATTui 

PAN. llaamrr arrlvat SaUy al f ^.n. 
CPJL lUarnrr ariivai daUr al l;tl PvM. 

• watiT roAsT aouTv 

Prlnrrii Uaqu'nna laa*rji Noye^^v 1 

II and Ji " 

N An AIMO - VANOOnYBB 
PrlBcaaB Balaa laaaaa Wanaleia dallr, 
f%trp\ aaadar. t m.m and a:is 
Uavaa Vaaceawr IS mm and |;«| p^i 
On (lunaara laavat HanaloM S p m mmi 
laa*aa VasMMmr 10 an. and l.u p oa 
Uak(* 'tira (r)p aalurday. laartaa 

Naoiln"! •! » 10 P m 

TlCYvaiA-POBY ANaCI.Ka 

tM.n. iMiw ar iVMMla laavai «miv ai 
U;ll aja. ieavaa nm AaaMia aaua >. 
f ja aw. 

VAMMNIVIS'OCaAN PAUA.I 
aVPRBY 

Onion eieaaiihip* I'-v. v.n'^itff i^, 
B«na Coala. Sftaan* Birrr < ■mrb*!! fii*at 
Alert Bay, P«i»t Bardr and Princa RD»«rt 
•I a p a Tii«ad»»> Ua?a Vanismi*«T al 
a p IB m^ayi la* Prlooa N(i|t«rt. Anyaa 
■Bd BMitart. via Baaleweaa. Pan Umwmw. 
Alert Bar. Bhauums aan Van aiaMHa 
and Aiwa Arm. 

Oanaaiaa W atlaaal aiaaartua* i'*** 
V«n«mr«r fat rewetl nivar. Oeean r«ii» 
Pttnra Ruaart. Anvaa ana atawart t t> m 
tlonda*! 

Prlnrfia Marr laaraa Vancnuwr S pb 



•Mr th- Mr » In TariMilii mm 

Uri.bri II » Mill ttonat t« raeala 

tba ABcrica Caa wlta the Baawack V. 



WASmNOTON. Oct. 3ft.~C0O- 

tracu for nm than •H^MO.OOO to 
loaoa, awarded tba Ooaanto IHaam- 
ahlp Company, to be uaod In build- 
ing two combination iMassn|Oi oaigH 
veaaeu for tba Ban matlBea- 
Australla trade, ware signed today 
b>- Chairman O'Connor, of tbe 
shipptog Boaxd, repraaentatlvaB of 
the Oceania Company, and the 
Dethlehem ShlptmlkUng Oorpora- 
ti'in Thp vrwls will be built by JtM 
H.-tii.u,vi Corporation at Pa£ 
Kivcr. Maaa. The loan will amouqt 
to ••JSO.OOO for each veaael. 



ooaalguard atatton Uiere. 



CJH.S.SdieMieOut 

Ss, rnnn,!iRn Winner, loading at 
Vancouver on December 2, will ac- 
cept cargo for Hnllfax and St John. 
All other Canadian National Steam- 
.ihtp aalUnga from Vancouver during 
the winter wUl be to St. John only. 

Winter sailings rnmi Vancouver to 
Baatam Canada mrituic fin Csna- 



DUCHESS OF YORK 
CiWHIES V.C.'S 



dlan Winner. December Canadian Vr at the helm, with «lx other 
Importer, .laniiar> 12, and Canadian VC s a« pas-MTigers, and with Pre- 



InvenlW- rebruar.v 12 From 8t 
John Canadian Inventor. January 
10; Canildlan Miller. February 10; 
Canadian ZBiporler. Maroh 10, and 
Canadian Inventor. April 10. 



Shippina Information 



TIDES AT VICTORIA 



I as t iiii-n 



t as aTiuw •}fii;M aiIii:M aa 
t M itlii H Liitt aa rapiM a.t 

S;M tJjllilT SJjltU 4jrT 

i:«a aaisM Mfurn aibaM ai 



W*dn»*4ay* (o» Campball Riw, Bnrli- ' 'If 
.oort. Alrtt Bar. P<wl Nardi. Nam.. Oraan m,^\ 
pallt. Walkfr laka Cann-r». Buladaia i ^ .nraJ^ 
BkeaM at»«r tariaartea aad Pr laaa Baeart MM IkaMbi; 
AUBKA BUVVB I 



Tba line vyad U Pagiea alandari for 
Uia liaut MerMlaa veM- Il la Muatad 
rram • t« l« kOTiri. Irew aUdalsbt ta 
■iMnUlit. The fltaras far batabt mnm le 
diiiinavlai) Maa water trsB law vatet 
Wkera alanks awiuv la tba tabka, laa nee 
riaas at faiM r s n i M e iw i i y earfaa iws aae- 
caMlva tiM aartaat eWMat toeaiw. 
, J7- bfiptola awt aMioubaer a 
riMri. ■iiiiai n Ma mm avwiBa tavai at 

tea »alW. 
^* toy dieto ar «aier aa the atlt 

ml lha BiwaaaM - 

faat la Ifea 



Kingwley Sehedok 

According to a revlasd sichrduJe nf 
IJie Kingsley Nnvl^Rtion Company, 
which Arm lock v-.-r M-rvlce between 
here and San rnin-'Uoo formerly 
maunained l»y Uie Caiuullan .-Na- 
tional Hteamnhlpet. Sr. Canadian 
Ci.ajiier will leave Ran Pnmotaco -m 
Ociotoet 30; Sn. Texnda. Navnnber il 
and 8a. Rofhelte. November M Tlte 
vaaa^ take from three aiul ont- 
taatt to four daga |» aiftffB at 
Potot docks. 

Marinr Motes 

At the Point Unti" m.\i:n*' run 
way the Oradac is up 'n :r->.ir> 
following bar grounding ajid sink 
„ „ tng on tba .Woot Ooaet raoeotjy 
Pacific luier^n jrhenn of ^•ora'sift Fourt«« plaaka BIB b«lng replaced 



Umt Lavaaa KenlraU WMk Die. 
th^sfced raasmgWB far 



MOMTHEAI., Oft 35.— With a 



inter Ramiuiy MacOonald due 
Abonrd nt Qiirt>ec. the Canadian 



iM ««»«li a( water aa tba aai 
BanatM* drpdack add M real M 
tka Batabl el bleb «atat aa eaoTa 



PrtMeea AIke toavea Vleierta 0«ta»»r tJ 

Canadian Kaiinnal giasatailtx 
VanaiMvar f-r i v^a*il RIVM, Oaaan y^ii», 
Prinaa P'lpfti Bi^wart aae Keicbtkaa 
at I a m TbtiriOar* 

CI't.P ISLANDS 
OtWT team VIetarIa 1 a « Mandara^ 
»-**»JM»r • • a-at Taaaeaya. WaS.^ 
daya. TtoirwianL mdaya aad Batwdapa 

Prtnrait BotbI lta**i vi#r,>fi„ n , ^ 
T««a)lat> 

•t'KKN CWAaLUTTB laUMBB 



M Mava raaew iM P 4 aua 
aa««y«ay 

romLL Ktraa aifa eottn 

CrJL tlaa»*r Ptmceaa ItayU aalla fViH 

v; r '• ii'a'.i r.n T.iai ea fa nmm. 
eava aae aa' i>>i.T, 

acAPutHS aeBPMa 
Leevae VMevta las ~ 
mm asd «:M ^.^S- 
VMtarta • M • • Bad a «■< 
saAPUMg 
taawa Victoria tot VBBSSBVM. t|.ei 
• H I M i> la 

tM*»a Vtatayla tot BMMP BaMPk II >M 
aa.. I.M psL 



arKBisB AND arNscT 

OCTOBMt 

Tima «f awnflte and aynaat (Paclfla 
itaniara Hn><i at Vtciacta. BO. far taa 
«oaia af OctoWr. laii. 

in- iua~ 




sail this morniMit ^pon what will 
probably be oi»f -.r the moat note- 
worthy voyages of her career. 

The veiwerj commander. Com-> 
mander R N . n.tM. li not only a 
wtoner of Uie Victoria Croaa. but 
also of the DB.O. and the Onited 
BtotsB Maral Onaa, which to a 
oaimtotpart on Ow hlgb saaa af Ihe 
BODgreaBlottal Medal ot Btotor and 
of the Onto de Oncna. 

Oommandsr Stoart toought tbe 
Of JL Btaamer Prtnocss natoe to 
the Padflc Coast on her maiden 
voyage last year and was later ele- 
vated to eommafid tbe crack Atlan- 
tic liner which he now sails. 

The winners of the Virtorla CroBs 
wbo are croa^lnK Atlantic to 

attend the faino)]'- hntujuet being 
tendered by the Prtnre nf Welm are 
headed by Lt -Col r r pearfc*-* 

VC, DflO, MC, Croix de Ouerrp. 

at aap fUaT asa , former commanding oOcer of the 
er Uab water aa iieth naMallon, C.ET.. now gen- 
eral 5t«!; oflloer, UlUtaf7 XMsMet 
mimber 10. 

Oth« members of the paMy afs 
Major T. W. MaodowsU, VjO^ t>aX3,. 
Ottawa yightonrtera; Oaptata O. 
Ban Oeary. VjO.. Raserve of OS- 
oers; Oaptoto O. F. Karr, VC^ 
M.C.. M.M. Toronto Regtraent; 
Oaptato B 8 HuichMon. V.C., 
M.C.. Reserve of offlceni. and Cap- 
tain C. N. Mitchell. Vd, M.C.. Re- 
aerfa of OfBcera, 



on htt Qbdarbody, her dtekbouse 
requlrea sooae ratoilldtog and por- 
tions of the guards ara torn away. 

O. B. Murdle. Ud., has a trolling 
boat out for overhauling and re- 
pairs. Ttie launching of thu boat 
will prn edf thr hauling out of a 
aelner oa Munday for general re- 
palia. 



In for suppUea aad dlspoeal of 
Ash, the following seine tMata. aji 
registered at Vancouver were tied 
up at Inner Harbor d'v yf»'errtay 

oyn^^Sea^jitop Aj^San Mateo 



S-M 4;« 
«iM dJe 

etsf cei 



SK AVI> M 
OCToan 

TMa af aiaa aW aa ana aMnaet tPaaiaa 
■taadard «nei al virtwta. a O.. le* taa 

weeia af Ocu^ hm 



aiaaa aaCa 

a«it aMrtav ea tola* 

t:eT eai- 

t.mpm 
tm^m 
SiSB mm, *m em 
• Mam *m%*- 
t-st mm. esB mm- 



s 



Tbe apple is the characterlaMe 
trult of Itonnaody. Tharefdrfb the 
best ttoiea ol the year to vMl this 
lovely part of nwnee are M Ow 
sprtag. when the tren ara to Hea* 
aom, aad to the Pall when 
all sn>aU of the ctosr 



Mm*- TMaaa Uataa ara 
aa av iw« ■Unaiaa 



Through toiansi <B«piig to iMp'i 
Mde for Chrtatasae aalltogi to Old 

T'mtDtrr vta Canadian Mattonal 
RAll'ar*vt f-tv Tl/ket Offlea, tit 
|UovcnuDeot Street, 



The Vaoeottvar Beard of Aulwr 
Oommlaatonera has aijthoriasd ease- 
Uon of a white UgM «t aoobe fielat 
near Doiiarton to aid navlgaUoB. 
Thf 'iph> will be plaaid on a etm- 
rfi.' ba^e, twatoa toet above hlgb 
water. The baa> «1H •• eeaBtnaatgd 
next, weak ai tlw MBN il «M tovwt 
tidea. 

OB Wiiialiai !• Btr wuiuun 
aiasTaop amui laqpsa a modsro 
frolfUar an Waal HwHipeol, to ba 
aagtod la hoitor ct Vaoaanvw. aia 
win tocbrMMsd by Mn. lOajtoto) 
Wt M. Ckantui d. 



Bound for otter Bay. 
Ddaad. to take on f nab 



Pender 



ake on fraah herring bait 
fiihtog, the vaitoditolM 
toi maroM n, OapMlB 
was fitoaiad 1^ 



EmprcM of Ruuia 



td the Ortoat. KJia 

abowi •:« oWgefe M 
aaeerdliiff la Hh fa •» 



1* 



. — - - 



TWg PATLY COLONIST, VICTOR TA nc SATl KM >.\^'. uC i'uBKR 26, 1929 



J. 




Emphasizing Our 56th Anniversary Today 

With Barsains in Draperies, Staples and Smart Appard 



\ 




Women s and Misses^ 

CLOTH 
COATS 

Smart Styles (or thp SpoBOn 
With Rich l ui I 



Broadcloth Coats with collars and < " t ■ ' ' r • i^o 
All fully lined and in shades of it ^ ^ OA 
brown, navy, wine and black 

Coats of Tweed and Broadcloth, dressv typrs and 
sports models ; wrappy or bfltcd style*^ 
collars and novelty cuffs o( fur. €X£\ 
A range of popular shades. Each, .Sp^ / awV 

Smartly Tailored Coats of excellent (iu;ilif\ mi \ 
blue niRterial, with full rtr half K 4 "V 
belts and fuUy lined. Each. ipX i mUK} 

-KuiM* Diirt.. lit FlMt 




HOSIERY FOR 
WOMEN 

100 ^air^ .>f Silk mi'I I.i-^Ir KiM.r-i }lo%t. 
iiarii.w nhs, neat (ittint;, uitii straight Icj;s. 
Suitable for schoul and everyday wear. 
Double heels and toes. A range of 
good colors. Shea %yi to 10 096 

JOO Pairs of Wool and Silk and Wool 
Hose; wool and art ailk; narrowed an- 
kles and feet; comfortable widened 
hentmed lops. All wanted colors 
/or Kail. Sizes S'/i to 10>-i wOC 

400 Pairs of Thread Silk Hose, ienii-faahioned, reinforced 
feet and square heels. Hemmed garter tnps; .!! 1 1 - 
brown and neutral and gimmetal shades, bizcs 

to 10 „. 090 

225 Pairs of Pure Thread Silk Ho5e, semi-service Mei^ilit. 

with fashionable pointed heels. Of excellent 

for finer wear. Desirable shades. Sixes 854 <f -f 

to 10>a. tlpecially priced at 9 I 

175 Pairs of Women's I'nderho^c. tine all-woo|. fashioned 
to fit neatly under the sheerest silk hose. Flesh ^C** 
color only. Sizes 8^ to 10!^ I 9C 

150 Pairs of Girls' Gym Hn^^ of serviceable lisle for those 
wh.. desire a wanner ho.se in a medium weig^ht all-wool. . 
TIrcsr are neat lilting in anklcs and ff/^t extra length and 
iieinme<l t<.p^ Black only. 25 



Sizes &h to IQ^ 



Women's Warm Underwear 



As Carefully Cut and Fitted U One's Outer 
Garments 

Harvey's All-Wool Combinations, 
silk straps. Knee length. Sizes 36 t 

."^S, a 5nil ,-,_..^._-_Lx._^_i,_.^_- 

Sixes 40 to 42, 

a suit 



$4.50 
$4.75 
$4.95 



Size 44, 

a suit 

Harvey's All- Wool Combinations, with short 
sleeves and knee length. Priced at. a suit 

$4.75, $4.95 a„u $5.25 

Sdk and Won] C'omhinatwna, wfth tailorH silk top 

aril 1 knrr !r- ■ , ^ ■ ' 

$3.96, $4.25 .„d $4.50 

r neck, short sleeves and knee length. Ceetee All-Wool Combinations, guaran- 
^ ""^ teed unshrinkable Knlly tailored and fin- 

$4.26, $4.50.„. $4.75 w^S ^ ' 

V n«k. .hort ri.ev*. .„d k«e length. A I;, . $4.95 .n„ $6.26 

^^ J r-^ ^^ A a» With low nr^-k I 'Op rf • Ir... r. ]■,,.,-.] 

$4.50, $4.75. a $4.96 - $4.95 ,$5.26 

Silk and \\ ool Conibmations, Watson's With V neck ,! 




Smart M 



Smart Hats, with youthful lines, so 
difficult to obtain in niatr.ms' 

niodf-'* ■( J I, t - ,vear with 



.1 t 1 ■ 
frotn-. 



IT if>at!; 



$8.96 .o $15.00 

English Felt Hats for Children, rn 
dainty pastel colors. Prettily 
trimmed with ribbons or in more 
tailored styles. OC 

and $2.96 

Kelt Crushers in blark id 1 ^ 
Styles for private schoul q|- 
girls. Each 9£a90 

Felt Tarns jtiat arrived. .\ verv fine 
quality French felt, in I r v -i r 
scarlet, sand and whit' f 4 
Each - ™ ^ I 

MffltB w i . M nan- 




make. 

W ith low necl- 

A suit:: 

$2.96 .„d $3.25 

With low 
length. 
A suit 



nee $4.35.,, $6.25 

With V neck, \>m^ sleeves :\\ 
length. 

A suit 

eeves and knee 



$5.25 . , $5.50 



$3.25 „d $3.50 



"Chilprufe ' I'.nijhsli C'Miiihinatinns, Guar- 
anteed iHishrinkalile ami all w"ol, in 

^ a wcit;ht t ■ ni^nr.^ warmth without bulk. 

Combinations of silkr wool and cotton Made in (-] - .. st ,ir with rib top and 

mixture. trunk leg. A|" 

With low n<"'-k no <;I^r\'-. i-' knep A suit , 3"ff»fcW ti'' f O 

K $2.50.., $2.75 a""*"' 

. suit . 

With low neck, short sleev ' ■ ■ rr i j . i , , 

I ^ '\ ith cap F-i^'-w'^ and trunk 'r l- ^ -vcA 

» $2.76 ^ $2.96 r.u. $6.25 $6.60 

With V neck With V neck leeve* ri - ' I- 
A 



$4.96 $6.26 



suit 



$3.26„a$3.60 $6.25,n,$6.50 



COLORED GLASSWARE 

Large and useful pieces in rich rose-pink rrv«;tal rI^ss, 
such as sandwich dishes, cake plates, cheese and cracker 
trays, vases, flower baskets, candlesticks, fruit 

!>owls, etc. Special at, a piece..........^ . 

lqw« hub Slav 



98c 





A Special Shoinnp <tf 

GIRLS' WINTER COATS 



Priced for Today's SelUng 
at 



$12.95 



I.aM-hlv innimrd with fur. lhe-«e Winter Coats for girls of 6 to 14 
years are shown in fine velours, blanket cloths and tweeds. Smartly 
tailored styles with wide fur collar* or fur collsrs and cuffs. Shades 
mclude brown, fawn, hluc and ^reen Speciallv price<l for t.,dav 
■•- — - 912.95 

— ohUdfVB'i WMr. m flM> 



GIRLS' SMART SKIRTS 

Plain w Bntterfly Styles. gg 

A new shi^pment of Girls' Butterfly Skirts, made on white >..ft. n 
hod.ce Shown m blue, fawn, green, navy and scarlet Size, h t 

14 years. Kach ^ ^ m 95 

Girls* Navy Serge Pleated Skirts, wioi white cottoi detMhible bodice 
top St7e, f. to 16 years. Each 88.95 

CHlLDREm HOSIERY 

Girls' Silk and Lisle Hose, with neat euflfs of self color .\ rood hose for 
better wear, shown in a good range of shadei. Sixes 6>i to 9>i 
A pair OvC 



CHINA TEA SETS 

^ J Piece Tea Sets with enameled dccorat< 
body. V'ery attractive and sufficient for 
people. Special, a set.,™,.. „„ 

— Ofatminrt. Lowar Usin rtoor 

Sale of Exclusive' 
Draperies 

Including Sample Ends Prom Our Studio of Itttartor 

Decoration 

Block-Printed Cretonne.s and I.inenis. exclusive designs 

and in lengths up to 25 yards. Regular vahi*- ^ 

a yard $2.25 for J I ■bW 

.=^0 Inch illock- Printed T.itie-ns, exquisite 
fal'rics \'alnes to $/i()0 a yard for. 

\'alnes to $10,00 a yard 
for 

50-lnch Plain Linens, in -^nnf.T^t dyes. Mau\ 
green and yellow. Regular to^#456a yard f- , ^Cm' 

Silk Damasks and French Tapcstrie*. in lengths from 5 to 
10 yards. Values from $12.50 i„ v '^m ^^i^ ., 

U $5.96 .na $7.60 

Remnants of Cretonne and Linens, lyi yards ACa 
long. Values to $5.00 a yard for wOC 

Sample cnd^ .^f exclusive Siiks. for cushion tops 25 x 25 
inches. Regular a yard to $15.00. On sale, 
per cushion top size „ _ 

Printed Linens and Silks. Regular to $10iX) a 
i-ard. On sal£. per cushion top sixe 



$4.76 



$1.25 



Men's Blue ChuichUia 

Overcoats 

A Big Value for 

$22.50 

We ha ve a range of these Fine Blue ChinchfUa*. 
Made in either .single nr douhIe-ljrca.<;te(l styles: 
quarter silk iincd and with velvet or self collars 
and extra collar of self that may be atUched. A 
fine ahade of blue. Each yBffll.ffff 

Liuht- Weight 1 opcoats 
of Gabardine 

Double-breasted and belted models that are very 
neat and dressy in appearance, atid Sttitable for 
wear in any weather Idcnl for street wear. 
Blue and fawn sliades. Made doubly rainproot 
with extra oil lining. Each. f 16.50 




— Wta * ClMbiM, Umtm now 



IN THE BOYS' STORE 

A Great Special Buy of Boys' Overcoata at Exceptionally Low Prices 



Overcoats for the boys of 4 ' n ,.. 
Doiihle-hrea.sted styleSi of fa 
and blue chinchillas. fiO 
Priced at 90b99 

Coats for the ages- of 9 !• rule 
uf tweeds and blue chin- ^ 4 A AC 
chillas. Double-breasted.... 9 I U«99 

Youth's Overcoats of check-bark cloth, 
well lined. Double-breast 
way collar. Sixes 29 to J^i 

Kach 

iloys' Tweed Suits with two 
pants. Uouhle-breasted coats 

:Hid neat tittinp 

tovs' Tweed Knickers in a 
r;t[ik;e of [lattcrns 



$14 



Moys' Long Pants of good grade tweed 
Sizes 24 to 32, CA 
A pair 9CmO\3 

Boys' Pure Wool Sweater Coat.^. Jumho 
knit, with shawl collar. A ranpc of col., is. 
Sizes 28 to 34. «ff 

Each rO 

Youths* Windbrcakers of heavy mack 
inaw cloth. Double shoulders nr < ' 
Sires 13 to 14^. 
Each 



$3.75 



.00 



Boys' and Vo«^a^ Mickinaw Coats, all 
wool ( loth. Dottbte4reasted style, with 

f'cli and COdar. Sites 26 to .16. I'ricrd 

'''!|4i95.d$5.95 



size at 



Today's Bargains in Staples 

39c 

15c 



yard. On sai^.per cushion top site 

Hundreds of other samples at reduccd,prices. 



Linen Crash RoUar ^Pto«>^ 

F.«ch „ ■ 

Blue and \\*hitc Striped Tea Towcb. 

Each , , . . , .. 

Bath Mats. Valnci to $LSO each, 

lor ..^.^ 

Bath Towels, all-whiie or with colored borders. 
SWtb- shop loiled. Valuct to 89c each, for 
BBtn Sheets In jaxi iinpe effecU. Sixc J6 x 60 
mrhes. Valaci to $2,95 each, - ^-^ 
Orry Rnre Wool Blanlnti In dOttUs bed size 

Each 

Bed Throws in checked dtsigni. Also Ian or 
brown with ralnbow-atfipcd borders. Each 
(. ntioii I tlled Comforters covered 111 floral 

Bilkolme. Each , 1, h ,.,,.,^,, ,^ 

Fcathrr-Rlled Pillows covered tti VMl* 

»rl lickinft. E*ch „ 

Riyon Silk Reilsprejids in ihrpf quartrr or 
doublr bed »irr. Shown in gold only. Each 
Coiton-Filled Lot Siie Cooilortera, 40 x H 

inrhf!. Each 

Infants' T'ur^ Wnol HtanWrrt in plain colors, 
plaid« and chcclti; JO x 40 <Tn-hr\. Eacli 
36 X $0 inchei. 

Each 

I'nbleached .Sheeti o( medhun-wrifflit rhrrini^ 
'Single, three-quarter or dodblr C 1 tttt 
M mf«. Each ,9 I •UU 

lannelette Sheeti, uliirl'f . Smgle, 

Ihrw-qiiartrr .m' Priced 

$1.85, $£.10.„<, $2.29 

Kxira large me, 72 x 90 inches 

Each 

Snow White Pillow Caiei, free from 
dressing. Per pair. ,. 
F.nRlith Pure Wool riannrl Shirting 
Values to yi.no a yard, fr>r 
Floral Aft TiekinR in blue or puilf 
Values lo 65c a yanl, for 
(~ottoii Broadcloth*. 36 inrhei Hide, 

Values to 59c a yard, for 

Jap Crepe Luncheon ilOjk 

Clothi. Each 49Cf ^VCf OSC 

Jap Crepe Napkins. 
iMce ™_ a ror 




$2.75 
48c 
490 
39c 
29c 



60c 

colored 

51.75 

69c 



l}\> '-rrpe«MMsn^ tt^U iMhca 

r-tch .. _ .„ ..on..,— 

Oyttrr Linen LundkSOU CtothS wUh 
borders. 54 x 54 inches. 

Each . . 

Damailr Ctofhs with colored hor 
S4 X 54 indtr* I-ach 
I>am«sk Lunchpfiii Sets in hliie or rose checks 
38 a JS-incb cloth and 4 napkins 

P«f s« f OC 

OrsterUgM^tenbtee Scu. 36 a 

Per set 

Bleached DasMsk, 5J UmIms iritt. 

Per jrard ™.„ 

hi Inchei wide. 

T'er yard ., .._ „ 

Ir>*!< Fmbroidcrrd and Hemstitched 
and Si)uar*i Values to $LSO 
each, for 



8^— Irish Embroidered Pillow Cases w : , 
SDfi Kallop^ or hemstitcliad ends. Earb 
, lor www ~m»»u». Mam now 



98c 
50c 
85c 

RiinniTs. 

79c 
98c 



CLUB BAGS 

Club Bags o{ leather, and leather lined; walrus grain and 
in brown or black; reinforced corners; leather handle* 

UMnch size, 
each 



$8.25 



18' inch site, 
each 



20-inch size, 
each .„ 



Bargain Highway Shoe Specials for 

Today 

Young Men's Black Calf Oxford Shoes, 
on smart wide toe lasts. Ttm . .olr-? u--r 
double wear. Siies 6 to 10 



$9.75 



A pair 

Men's Ulack or Brown Dress Mor.ts, with 
welted durable double solcn 
for Winter wear. A pair 



$4.95 



Boys' School Boots, with strong grain 
leather uppers and Paaco A0> 

soles. A pair .... 1 ^fav^O 

2.000 Pairs of Women's and Growinif 
Girls' Shoes in new Fall *tylr», 
Rtreet and school wear. Sizes 
2 ! J to 8. A pair 



Misses Silk Hose, wUh neat garter hem Semi-fashioned, and in shades of 
Preneh nude, hoaer heige. champagne, pear] blush, aluminum, mml 
evenflow add white. Sices 8 to 9>i. A pair „ 190 




It • A.lt. te • 



I PJI.: Salurdsjr. S P.tL—Phoou 7iOO 



Women's Wide-Fitting Cushion-Sole Ties and Strmp Shoe*, 
and potent Smart styles with comfort A 

P*'!- , 

Women's Illack Calf Brogue Oxfords, with welted soles and 
rubber heels, A pair . .... 

Women's Genuine Goodrich Zippers, in cloth and oil robber. 
New styles. A pair .. 

Women's Knee Rubber Boots, in black and tsn, A 
p«ir ^ 



$3.96 

\ Ifid 

$3.95 
$1.95 
$2.95 
$1.95 



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