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A pronouncrd low wave i., -iprt-ia.n,- . , ■ 
*urd over thla Province. ajiU iower leuipcia- 
ure toMOnilnf gCMMl «MtWM« Of UM 

ttoclLles. ^ , 





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NO. 21-8EVENTY-SECOND \ LAK 



Adveiiuum — U— — 11 

Buslneot OMM J.', . n 

Clrculftttea , '* n 

Job PrlBttaf 197 

NewB Bdttor and Bdltortal Koqum.. ao and 8i 
Social Editors am 



KNTY.TWO PAGE<I 



MENACING BLAZE BREAKS OUT IN U.S. CAPITOL 



PRINCE SEIS | l Being Used for Eiclson Search 






It 



Stils From Southampton to 
Resume Huntjnv; Jaunt 
Cut Short by iunest of 
the King 



I At )f*( I ■ 



n^^ (UttM '-is 

Lt U ES SHORE 



111' 



( over /\l)oul 
Mucfi of It 
Willi Jungle, in i)earch of 
Big Game 



C^Otn HAMPTON. 
^ ' Vhe Vi mce of 



Eng.. Jan. 3 - 
Walm sailed to- 

i aboard the liner Kenllworth 
( .i^ile for Capetown. South ACrlca. 
to resume the hunting trip that he 
abruptly broke oS when King 
derrro became seriously ill. m<»-e 
par ago. 
•• acrompanlment of cheers 
from liifiids .i.hore and fellow pa«> 
,s<»iiKers on the .ship, the Prince wmt 
on bo.'ird the Kenllworth CaOe 
ab(i;U :i p m. The hawsers wei e 
ImniPdiately cast ofT and the ship 
pushed out of the dooka to the 
strains of "Auld Lang Bynto" and 

Ood Save the King.*' 
An the ship butted her way down 
.Soul Im nipt on water through a stWT 
hriivr and it shower of rain, the 
I'l.Mi r went IjpI /w to hL^ own prl- 
VK'( tatiln. He was last seen b>' 
w.i in is on the shore as he waved 
Ills cap In reqionM to chcars from 
: he people on the doeks. 

TR.WFLS INFORMALLY 

The Prince l-> traveling without 
I Mniallties as one of several hun- 
dred nrst alasa passengers. He will 
mingle free^ With them and dine 
nt a table naar the orchMtra in the 
»;ilt dome dtning hall durtng the 
stnenteen days' voyage. 

Tlie Prince himself asked that no 
'•iuborale arrangement.s be made 
(. r Ills trip. He wants no "fuss." 
1a,' r.)ins have been con,verted 
inio one for hhn on the promenade 
leek, and he will use them as a 
private sittHiff-roaBi. Hla cabin la 
located on the tipper dack. with a 
'iiedrociTi adjoining. 

The only thing approaflhtng cere- 
(Continued on Page t. Colwaa • 





'irsstirr From Japan 
( ail « Moscow to Stop 
Athnipt to form Mongol 
Centre of Conununism 



l*rintrr Serif ice 

loBeltutaUed 



Mr. J F. B Llvesay. general 
manager of the Canadian Pres.*;. 
Is In the city In connection with 
arrangements for *THlttWatltm of 
the telegraph printer lervloea In 
Ooaat newspapers whieh are 
mdnben ot the Canadim i • 
The Colonist will be tquipptu 
with the servioe durtnc the 
pre.sciit month. 

While Mr LIve.say Is OB the 
Coa^st a moptln^ of representa- 
tive.s of Bntivli Columbia mem- 
ber newspapers will be held In 
Vancouver next week. 



Toronto Member 
Again 111 



CAPimL ill 




MANCHURIA ii\EASY 
OVER ITS FVTVRE 



at Seattle, Wash., bound lor 
„ , . . , , conducted for Ben Eielson. 

Borland were lost after setting off from Nome on their second trip 



NE of the many FairchiM drplaAee being loaded aboard the cutter Chelan 
V-/ Alaska. The planes were reassembled tO be uaed for the flying sr^ttii 
missing Arctic flyer. Eielson and Karl Borland were lost after setting off froi 

to the trading schooner Nanuk. which is icebound off the coait of Siberia. 

Spanish DicUilor Resents 

liitorrecl KuintHs illoal 

Concerning Cabinet Flans 



Ineetr Ben Eielson. 



M 



Hi i hf '^hnntiii if 

^ini Makes I oik 
Al Toronio Look 



CMAIHAM. Out .Jnn 1 Illuml- 
lii.i' .ii: l\if niirl fli.stiirl with 

l(! I iiix brllhant-e. a meteor flashed 
III I ;,'h the heavens Just brfore 
I.I An and left early risers gazing In 
nnazenient long after It had dls- 
M>peared in Its western flight. 
The shooting star wak seen by a 
' w of . the clerks of the looal post- 
rnce ai they were going to work. 
i'\ey stat«d that It appeared out of 
le east, and traveling due west was 
one in an tataaU 





From thm 




( olonist 




lower 



Saiurday^ Jan» 4 

THE WKATUKR 

Victoria and Vicinity: Preah to 
' ong northerly winds, partly cloudy 
d colder with sleet or snow. 

~iin fUsea: 8:M eVIoeli. 

^11 II Sets: 4:30 o'rI< > 



Br OLJVKR rOX 
• Copyrttht. I»30. by ttw ChlMto OkUr News F>orvltn 0«rv1rr 

ADRID, Spain. Jan. 8.— A curious and regrettable situatiun 
lif.s arisen here owing to the light -heartednega with which 
rumors about Spain, elrculatod often with m^lciotti In- 
tent, %n credited abroad. ~' ' ■ - 

At a meetinfl: of the Council of 
Ministers Gen. Prlmo de Rivera out- 
lined a plan for the gradual trans- 
mission of authority from dictator- 
ship to some sort of eonstltutional 
legality. All members of the Oov- 
emment approved it. In submitting 
the plan to the King. General de 
Rivera requested His Majesty to re- 
flect several days before acreptinx 
or rejecting the proposal, which In- 
cludes a provision for munkUMl auad 
county elecUona. 

NO BBStONATTONS 

The dlctetor'.s resignation \\hs 
neither been .suggested nor dlscu.s.srd 
It may be confidently expr ( t.rd tha' 
'he dictator will ronlintio in offlrr 
until H traiusitlon hB.s bern tully fl - 
fected and that hLs authority will be 
sufficient to deal with any Insubor- 
dination which may arise 
army in the same way 
Conttaaed en Paget, CelaMa 4 





Which Shall Move First i« 
Filling Terms of Settle- 
ment Creates Fresh Issue 
for Dispute 



Many Chinese Believe 
Questions at Issue Will 
Only Be SctUed After 
Armed Conflict 



By PAUL WRIUHT 
(Oo»rrlsbt, ISM. by tb« Cbleaso Dally 
Htmt Foralcn Barrle* ) 

HARBIN, Mancluina. Jan 2. — 
As.siirame ha.s been given by 
>hf .Soviet ron>.ulate here that the 
Chinese expedition to Hallar will 
find the town free both of Russlana 
and Mongols. It is understood that 
the entire line to the west wUl be 
'■ppii to frafTlc on January 8. 

If Hallar Is free to the Chinese, 
tlien u Is evident the "Red" Barga 
Idea has been blasted, and It Is as- 
sumed here that Russia carefully 
planned to make Barga (the area 
west of the Khlngan Mountains 
toward Manchtu-la> a Communist 
■>tat* Independent of China. Oov- 
'■rned by young Mongols, the plan 
was carried mto execution with 
Hailar as the new capital. 

The bombiag of Btichedu wajs 
supposedly intended to stop the 
''hlnese at the Khlngan Moiutalns 
vvhile the Barga movement was bc- 
Irtg developed It wa.s near comple- 
tion when something went wrong 
wltli the -scheme. Pr.'-.^ms well In- 
formed In affairs here believe that 
the Japanese protested too vigor- 
ously at the enlargement of "Red" 
t e w f ito i f , Mwwow ttilnlrtng It hest to 




Gpneral Jan Smuts De- 
clares I hat \ 0111114 (Oiin 
tries Want Guiciaiice, iia- 
ditions and Ideals 



T. L. CBimCH, ILC^ MJt. 
Whs bM Hi««N« a NcOTrMMc kf Um m- 
»«-«• whirh liM tUMteS blai M latM-Tala 

dartn. ihr ,r,r WM* «• atarM it 

' llr.._Okatsk-a akx- 

•iclMA ordrrr<l complete 

tmmmlmt a 



Outbreak of Fire Occurs 
Beneath Dome and Thou- 
sands Watch Flames Lick 
Round Liberty's Statue 

ORIGIN 1 1 KS /\ 

ARIISTS' ROOH 

0\v\ rwenty Five Brigades 
Are Called Out to Fight 
What Proved to Be i)tub- 
boi;n Blaze — 




HAS BUSY TIMES^ 

IN mREE DAYS 



lU MAKt tRimUN 



Question of Decentraliza- 
tion and Creation of 
E|ranches in City to Be 
Cbnsidered by Board 

REPORT or r <<7 

YEAR OikLN 



High Tide: 
14m tMe: 



8:44 a.m.. 
11 :5g p.m., 

Sporls 



H.8 feet. 
2.7 feet. 



nrsity Students defeat Y.MC.A. 
In dose water gala meet. Vic- 
tory Is nrst for vlsltora In four 
yean. 

victoria cage teams spttt games 
with U.B.O. reprseentaMves. 
<le Eskimos hold Vancouver 
ns to draw, 

' Kechnle Clin Rugby match bt- 
een local Rep. side and Var- 



lep. 

'V expected to 
•rowfi xjeaf 
attrnd 

'ark .siiaikev refn.srs to 

(irifTitii at Miami and 

relations with ~ 
( Jarden 
tioaenbloom wins 
over Leo LumKki 



record 

to 

nght 



Square 



The A'ettn 

'HA, in I rrnTtiiclat-> 
I Uetves-McUonaJd MlniM 
I pany M^eks Pend OrelUe 
• ' ' -levelopment. • 
' art to be made 

^ II, "--If ' 'II nt^^hr^ii frutre 
»<>inlr»(on. lintK'ii.il :»tul for 
T": I ■■ ■ r , .f >V 1 ,, , gQ(f 

I ' 1 1 . 1 1 ' < ii.shlngtoa 
iiy i>utl>i>Hk of Or-r 



oa 



OQ his 



Mr 



Lloj'd Oeorgr and Rrltlsh 
Liberals draw amendments to 
roftl Mines BUI tohelp I.ntK>rlte» 
General Jan Smuts leavea Canada 
after delivering a4Mrsss at 
Toronto Univerdtv 



With a very pressing need existing 
for greater aecommodatlob for 
library faeilitiss. as the present 
libcary building has become -^inade- 
quate for the administration and 
service of the institution, the 1930 
Board of Library Trustees will fiiHy 
ron.sirirr iho qwstion of decentral- 
ization, and the rreallon nf branch 
llbrarle.s in dlffrrrnt pait. of the 
rify to relieve the conge.stlon which 
now pnevalLs at the City Library. 

Tlie Board of Trustees of the 
Victoria Public Library, In its re- 
port of the activities and work ofj 
the libcary in 19a», states that dur- : 
Inf Cba year just ck>sed the work 
of the livary has continued to grow 
About im Mw book -user.s v.rre 
regL"*terf!d. and still the number is 
Increasing 

"The nesult. of murse. Is that the 
accommodation of the btilldInK tlie 
servlce.s nf the st;iff, and tlie con- 
tents of the hook.shf Ivfs are still 
under heavy .strain Euch successive 
year sees fresh efforts being made 
to squeeae a little more Into a not 
very elastic edifice and at the least 
poBstble cost. The result, as might 
be expected. Is not very satiefaetory 
to the pufcdlc or the library authori- 
ties, but It Is the best that can be 
done," the i-eport rontlnties 

"With this .serioii-; --nndlllon In 
view the |lbrar\ '. gave some 

Osatlnised en Page 2, CoIwm S 

Operating Rules 
To Bp Dincfu^neH 

liaduu^ Uuui d 



OTTAWA an S^-Tbe itoard of 
Railway r.ommis.sionerB has before it 
a tmaiinn ^' iir-d tiled fOT January 31. 
at which rafhiray operating rules 
win be dealt with. Certain brother- 
hoods of railway employees cUlm 
that some ef ttiaee mles. which gov- 
ern Ibe rcqulremsnta o( the ran 
ways In re«p4ot to the men Uiey 
emplnv are utasceasarllv stringent 
Other hearliiM Which wlU come 
up ritirtng the . WMgr Iwvt oot yet 
■>een scheduled 



rr 



By JOHN W. WHrrS 
Torvriihi. 1P20. by the Chlcsco D«lly 
f.fv. , Porelfn evrvict. I 

MONEVIDEO. Uruguay. Jan. 3.— 
It u persistently rumored that the 
Bolivian Government has decided to 
.notify Uruguay that it is useless to 
'^"*tn« I continue negotiations with Para«tiav 
as the last ifor the exchange of Port Vannnardia 
and Fort noqueron, In arrordance 
with the derision of the r::imml.v!ion 
of neutrals in Washington Thesp 
military posts are on the frontier 
In the vast disputed territory known 
as the Oran Chaco. and their trans- 
fer Is blocked merely by the question 
of which country should comply with 
the decision first 

Ti^wr^» ' I Closing of these negotiations 

0, >? ' *— 'Canadian would also prevent an early resump- 

^''•■•yable).— 'Empire-wide plans tlon of dlplom.-itu rrUUons and at 
for Msearch are contained In the 1 same time uould prolong the 
report of the Agrlniltural Execu- Oran Chaco ronfrover.sy Indefinitrlv. 
tlve of the recent, Empire Meteoro- ^^"-i •^eri> us danger of renewal of 
logical conference held In London front i<^r kirmlshe.s similar to that 
last year Sir Napier Shaw, chair- of Derembt r. 1928, which caused the 
man of the section. In a covering prc'^ent nipturc. 
letter called attention to the Im- 1 ^^cr since the Uruguayan Foreign 
portance of the gathering and ex- 1 Office undertook to lend Its good 
pressed the hope that Imperial co- o^^^*" toward establishing peace be- 
operation by it will be further de- 1 tween Bolivia and Paraguay, these 

veloped with InrreasliiKlv fniirful I lit lizp nt.-, have acted with ex- 
results througljout Uie Empu^e. I Continued on Page 2, Coliunn « 



Weather Men i 

I Ian II I II /' / fi, i r 

i luiig Ueseureh 



In Supplement Tomorrow 



-BOY WAR LOKU OF MANCHURIA 

Of topical interest in regard to affairs in the Orient, which ere 
now engrossing «p mnrli pnMio .ittrnti<in. is Vernon Marker 
Tit'n story giving h\s miine^^Mn' of ( li.ini< lUiaoltang. 

WORLD CRUISE OF EMPRESS OF AUSTRALIA 

f tie "iinexpectednes.<" of Siam, one of the most intere«(mg 
countries of the world, forms the snl.jrrf of ihr fifth ariirir 



xoyagc of this 



of the series dealing with the roiinil-the- world 

RT. HON. WINSTON CHURCHILL, M.P. 

In Ihr r.8l»f|, of his .cries of articles gleaned while on his 
receiu mvm to ( anada and the United States, the former Chan 

^ Iw" J *J^fc"''*'5"''' ' '*iVr o< Southern 

battlefields of the American Civil War. 

TWO STORIES PGR FICTION READERS 

rT^! I^"'*'' ' Sophie Kerr. Was the tejling of it 
Read the story snd form >T.trr own opinion Th«. sn 
\* "W ilhoiif Pitlr " rillrii ). 

from thr roundhouse to the dispatcher's desk, and describes 
exritinR incident on the Pacific divltiM of a transcen- 

tincntal line. 

TOBALT BLUES OrIp THE HEART 

Th osf who knew ( oh.ilt 
be interested in this dcscriptio.n of 
mining town as it 'is today, 
page of New, Mainly Ah<Nit Propic. 
page f>f l.ar<ien and Country Newt, 
page for the Children. 



M.\.NCilLKIA L.NL.\.S i 

There k a mixed delight In Man- 
chur^ over the ending at the Rus- 
sian eonfllet with the close of the 
old year. The feeling is uneasy that 
all troubles among these three 
Ea.stern ;irovinr*>,s have not yet been 
ended and that Manchuria remains 
a huge potential battlefield with the 
unsettled issues fully as pressing as 
any In the Pbr Bast 

The most obvlou.s of the.se Iseues 
Is Nanking's declar.if ion regarding 
abolition of "extrality ' Competent 
Chinese in high position here assert 
that Nanking s re.solutlon is merely 
intended to save uhina's prestige 
and self-esteem, but actual steps 
toward enforcement must await fur- 
ther discussion with the powers. 
Whetlir-r this period will be weeks 
or years remains to be seen. 

Centianed en Page S. Celvmn a 

flW05.1L 

Reeves - McDonaM * Mining 
Company Seeks Rend 
Oreille River -Water for 
Devdopment 

n r^i h ( >)TEyAY 
to. M AM S RECORD 



TORONTO, Jan. 3.— Ending a 
whirlwind visit to Canada. General 
Rt. Hon. Jan Christian SmuU, for- 
mer Prime Minister of South Africa 
and noted Boer leader, left here for 
New York tonight In two days, 
G^-ncral .Smuts ha.s had an univer- 
sity degree conferred on him by Mc- 
Oill University, addre.s.srd an audi- 
ence la Montreal, rushed back to 
Ottawa for the ofBolal greeting of 
the Dominion of Canada, where he 
made his second address; he ad- 
dr<\ • vn audiences In Toronto 
and a i.idfKl ft tra at Qovernment 
l»iiii:c \]fii- bcfoio Iravlng. 

aiUNS -OOLOEN BOOK" 
This afternoon, In Convocation 
Hall, I'nivf rsily of Toronio. he com- 
pleted a ceremony commenced years 
ago. by signing the "golden book" 
of the university. Eight years ago, 
when as a mark of honor and re- 
spect to the distlngulsbad sUtes- 
man. the university eenfenwd upon 
him the degree of Doctor of Laws 
In abstentla It established a prece- 
dent. Today at the invitation of Sir 
Robert Falconer, president of the 
unlver.-^^lty, he In.scrlbed his name 
upon a page of the famous golden 
book and the ceremony of ccmfer- 
ring Ills degrse waf oompMad. 
In hit address at Ooovocation 
Ceatlnaed en Page B. Cekami 4 



riRSi iiii 
Ii I Bii 



Immediate Start Will Be 

.M.l' '>I1 iMet t'n'! on Rl.til- 

.sfuii ( 1 .'')l \ vc[ ol .Mciiioi lal 

Structure to Late Bishop 



PERMIT TAKEN 

OUT FOR WORK 



Scat t la Cabs 



CenstrucUon of the first unit of 
the Orkit* Himoriai Han. which 

will be built on the site at present 
occupied by the Sunday school hall 
of thf rhiirrh of Oin Lord, Re- 
formed Epuscopal. on Blansliard 
Btirrt will be commenced without 
dPlay A [xrniit for tlie project, 
estimaifd 'o .of.i $9,500, was Issued 
by the building department at the 
City Qall yesterday. The plans for 
the memorial ball have been d«awp 
by Mr. Herbert Savage, and Mr. 
David Burnett wlB be the con- 
tractor. 

A start will be made thLs morning 
In demolishing the present Simday 
school building, to make way for 
the n ew structure, whiph will be a 
memorial 



, to the late Right Rev. 

Ii/ « f fa ^> * f 7 O 9/1 Bishop Edward Cildge, who founded 
rr i'i'ff f^rlf f ^fPl/ I the Church of Our Lord h-re. 

Arrangement* are being made for 
the layiiiK nf the corner .stone of the 
Crldgp M'-'iiorial Hall, which will 
Uke place during the Urst week of 
February. It la expealed that several 
visiting dargymen will attend that 
ceremony. It will teke twelve weeks 
to build the first unit of the hall, 
and the hulldinir uii; ho ^r-ady for 



i Uale Rapped 



SEATTLE. Jan n ' ■ t«xl- 
cab companies that ' layed 

obtaining 1930 licence pi,>cs for 
their machines today were > rdf red 
off the BtreeU by Captain Owen 
MeOUl, of the state Mgbway patrol 
The order,- poltee e.stlmated. pre 
vented the operation of at least 200 
'if .Seattle's rrgi.stered rabf. A num- 
ber of the smaller companie.s operat- 
ing from two to a drw.rn i ab«. re- 
ported that they had obtained plate.<> 
Of the larger fleeU. however, onlv 
one was completely and legally able 
to operate. 

The Yellow Cab line was hit thej 
hardest. The manager, Mr H J.' 
Erlckson. protested McOlll s order 
declaring that his company always 



lilt. llUbl L.Ml 

The first unit of the hall, when 
completed, will contain nn audi 
torlum 72 feet by 40 feet a stage, 
40 feet by 20 feet. dr<'.s.Mns roiitns. a 
kitchen. ba.semenf. sn (XTaslorutl 
room, and a new v^.stry with con- 
iiTtlon with the rhurch 'Hie outlay 
for thi.s unit, including the furnish- 
ings Which will be required, will be 
well ever $10.gM. 

Additional unlt,^ will be added to 
the memorial hall, as funds will 



\A -A.SHINOTON. Jan. 3. -Fire 
>v blazed for more than thirty 
minutes tonight about the dome of 
1 the Capitol of the United stairs 
Originating in the room of a Capi- 
tol artist, it damaged the dix iiments 
of the House and .sent flames shoot- 
ing toward the great figure of Lib- 
ert v on its top, while thousands 
w'iilii tlie parkway.s stood by in 
' < that the historical buUdlns 
! be destroyed. 
More than twenty fire companies 
ere called upon to fight the stub- 
bom biMH, which at first vnouldered 
beneath the roof and then broke 
through to shoot rtiarts of reddish 
hue lnt« the air. 

Mr Carl Mobetly, the artist, was 
found almost suffocated and was 
removed to an office of the building 
The Capitol officials immediately 
began an Investigation to determine 
whether a carelessly tossed cigarette 
might have caused all of the 
damage. 

The damage was estimated at 
•8.0C0. 

^Fi'ii^i, i:(!iiiif 

ruouc m£i> 

List of Appeals Completed 
— Some From Mainland 
Courts — Well-Known 
Legal Counsel to Appmr 

M iHhl I IM. fi I 

10 UL UU iU^ tU 



had been allowed to delay purchase P*™"- 

of plate.s until the last week In P'an.^ for the Crldge 

January Memorial Hall railed for a frame 

All of the companies which hadl'^^dlng IM feet long by 40 feet 
not purrha.sed plates were Indignant M mdttwium. 'stage. kUchen, 
at the state ofBclal's ordcrc. oeattened ea Puge i; Celam« • 



f>f it justified' 
ond »torv 
knows railroads 



Its prime, and many others, will 
the once grest Ontario 

' I 



A psge of Old Country and Oominionf Overseas .\ 



ews. 



Application was heard yesterday 
by Major J. C. MacDonald comp- 
troller of water rights for the prov- 
ince, with re^pert to the taking of 
water from the Pend Oreille River 
by the Reeve*- McDon^d Mining 
Company, which l-, operating a 
promising mine near there. The 
application, of the mining company 
was for something like 9M0 horse- 
power, to be generated from the 
waters of the river by the erection 
of s dam of some forty- four feet In 
height. The power was for lb- 
purpose of deveieptiv the ccm- 
p.'iny^ property. 

It wa-. represented by the com- 
pany that already plans had been 
prepared, and It was the wish of 
the company to proceed with as 
little delay as peaHble in the putting 

In of power, so that the proprrr, 

might be developed as planned Th- 
Wlsh was therefore expressed that 
an Immediate licence should Issue, 
without the ordinary course of hav- 
ing to wait until examination had 
Uken place and prelimlUMry plans 
had been submitted 

W. KOOTKNAV APFLU Alios 
The fact that the West Kootcnav 
Power Jk Light Company had a 
previous appllnattoQ eeewliw the 
waters sought In cmumcIIob with a 
very comprehensive sdteme of de 
velopment, a continuous supplv of 
1 energy amounting to lgO.000 hovae- 

— " — ' AOttmm§ 



Mi . Lloyd Ceoif^e anlinfi^ 
To Givp Suftporl to Labor 

On (Question oj Mines Bill 



Tlie list of ca.ses set to be heard 
at the forthcoming Court of Appeal, 
which will open here on Tuesday' 
January 7. is published herewith! 
Several of theee appeals involve 
puMlc Issues of wide intere.si Tlie 
Produce Marketing Act. the manner 
In which M Is to be carried Into 
efTect and the powers vested In the 
Committee of Direction under Its 
p!"MMoiw. Will come up lor judicial 
' iri appeals entered by the 
committee against rulings of the 
county court at Orand Porks The 
limits set to the operation of th-- 
Minimum Wage Act. as defined in 
a JudKment bv Mr .hisiire Murphy 
In the .Suijrrm" Court, are ques- 
tioned in an appeal entered by the 
A.ssorlatlon of Drug Clerks of 
Bnii^h Columbia The llabilt^ Of 

the B.c E.R. for damages caused In 
certain accidents Vffl come before 
the court in two appcdll made by 
that Company. 

CcnMMMd en Page t. Celaan S 

/ illltOUVri Is 

Wantinfr More 
On its I orce 



L 



ONDON, Jan ?, David Lloyd Oeorge. former Uberal Premier, 
•pent yesterday and today at Innportant conference."! In ron- 
nectlon with the Liberal party s amendmcnU to the Oovern- 
ment's Coal BlU. 

Liberal headquarten issued a 
statement ta the effect that there 
waa a general feeling among Lib 
enUa when Pari la ment adjourned 
that their attitude In committee 
■hooid not mnrply romn-tsr Tipga- 
tl\e rritirl.Hrn of the bill t • ,ii a 
real attempt slmuid be made to help 
the Labor Oovrrnm^nt by saboilt* 
ting amendmenu for the fmj^m af 
making th# bill woi He Wg and meet- 



Ir 



VANCOUVER. Jan ^ Addition 
of twenty-five police cmftfables to 
tiie rify fhree as early as possible 
will be a.sked of the Clfy CouncH at 
Ita next meeting. It was decided by 
the prdice commlaslon today. Chief 
w J. Bingham announced that more 
men wiu be required to enforce the 
reeenUy adopted traffic bv-iew, and 
if new men art not put on to the 
force It witi maaa that beat^ win 
have to be left vacant in thr out- 
lying parts of the city 

Even without - 1 siderlng the 
traffic by-law ii i additional 

jmen ar^ r».»ulr< ; He remarked 
that the 



i 



action Is 
that the 

' ' • by unll- 

! "t from Conservatives 

^ ' ^ on the question at ttie 

•r.lIUl (f 

■ '«ten a polli 

fK.. ^. . w ^ , It le therefore now e«epecte*i that 

Sor.?^ ^['""g^j^^^ /ninlng au- tlM lAeval amendmenfa^ "rh 
ii r!?r^»J**'^5^?* ooBabeeBtmg ae any be found vv,' 
during the Christmas rseem •Inlable to th*. i ib*^i»i 
dTMrtng up suitable amendments. 

a difficult taak servauve quarters 



for the bill \% so framed tha* 'hey 
found It Impossible to draft amend- 
ments Obviously the most satisfac- 
tory course would be for tlM Oovem- 
men' to viltiidraw the bill and sub- 
mit another, but eooeideratleo for 
govemmoatal dlgnttg may 
this. 

In any ease It wouM anrv.>r i'f^"i''"^>' " of pouee to 

Mr IJ^ oi»»7hilrJ?Sr city Is Memnn 

Mr. Ltoyd Oeoige ha. up hu populitei.T^ "SI 

10 ine prepara- ronto it Is ooe lO 



V \i».\it.N I ,s 

1 Edward clement Davlea. KC 
' > nember of Parllainert f-rr 
M-i,;«<'.oiery 'Walesa sort a lar>". 
number of lera; p,T!'.nm»>nt«rv r\ 
perts In co-operation with some oi 



Christmas vacation 
Hon of amendments 
eontrarv to ti f • 



71iLs 



paity a4id will 



wmmpev is or»e t^nSf 

AVIAIUK Mi^G 

'■■BWO. Oal.. Jan 3 -Lieutenant 
Hartgrove. piloting an a-- , bomb 
ing plane, which W 
today for Murch Ki^ld Uiverslde, 
slopi)inB here en rout*, was reported 
I missing tonight. Lieutenant Hart- 
gj^o^'gft the Ohandlgr munkfpal 



« 



THK DAILY OOLONIST. VICTORIA. B.C SATURDAY, JANUARY 4, 19J0 





'CathcartV Great January 

Clearance Sale 

Not usual sale bargains, but unusiuU — th.e 
biggest we've ever oiiered. 

W^niM's Straps, Pimi|is 
and Oxiorte at RmI 
Monay-Savlng Prieaa 

\ alues to $10, going 
for • 

$3.90 

X'alues to $1^ going 
lor 

$5.90 

Values to $14.50, 
goiiiK ' 

$7.90 



FAR EASTEBN 

SEniiMENT 
BUTDELAyED 



Spanish Dictator Resents 

Incorrect Rumors Afloat 
Concerning Cabinet Plans 



Men's shoes, values to 
$10; boots and ox- 
fords ; tans and blacks. 

Coin; 



$S.90 



Values to $11, going 
for • 

$4.90 

Values to fi2.50, 
going 

$6.90 



Boyt* and girls' shoes 
also on the bar gain 

counter. 



10% reduction on all 
lines of Church's fa- 
mous British shoes for 
mm and women. 



Wn. Catbcart Co. LU. 

12M Douglas Street Phone' 1 125 



Laying Mash Laying Mash 

Feed Our Mixed MmIi and Get Rcswits in Egge From Yo«r Pouhr> 

SYLVESTER FEED CO. 

TeL 413 709 Yates St. 



Pace 1 

Nowhere elae In China U the pvaa- 
riic« of the foreigner so patent aa 

I'l Juiiaiir ,f ( cwitrol of the South 
.'..111 ',111. an lailway ionf a-s well a.s 
( In thf vast area.s Clnn.t s 

ai.-..i fi A ltd tile Ruulam posllJou«'^ 
only a line the aerlous coiiaid- 
erailoa u( Japaneae in Manchuria 

Japan, acala with Russia and 
China, helps to make the Man- 
chuHan tHanfl*. All three powers 
ive aad graady, all know- 
M .n .iiina to be of enormous 
strategic value In a military way as 
well as Industrially. The relation- 
ships of tlie three powers are con- 
stantly fluctuating, each seeking its 
own praAt. 

( O.MPLirATIOIfS EXPECTED 
The Iminedlate corwem In Man- 
churia Is the question of Harga 
Whether complications there can 
"Uqutdate" without recourse to 
armed expedition, some Chinese 
leaders are peaslmlaUo and btUeve 
the Bargo dUBMlty dMsands light- 
ing. 

Harbin is a ( nmnn'i t lal c \ and 
Ita business men take cynical joy 
In the ending of the conflict becauaa 
It restores proeperlty. The entire 
period of the Ohlneae attempt to 
expropriate the Chinese Baatem 
Railway was marked by a business 
depres.slon. bankruptclea and nu* 
mcrous cases of arson. 

Harbin want.s i.) make money and 
it realizes Manchuria s manliest 
destiny as the world's richest fron- 
tier. It wanU Its birthright. It now 
loves peace, hates war, and Its ma- 
terialistic motto might be leas poll- 
tics and more prosperity. The chief 
exceptions to the general relief are 
the slRiilng of tlie protocols with the 
./apa!u";e who profited greatly by 
blockade of the Cliineae Elajstem 
Railway. 

,AFI'tAL LUIiKf 



Charlie came horn* aflir « flglkt 
with hia new aalghbor. 

"I'm aaliMMd of youi" hia mother 
aaid sternly. "And rm oertatnly sur- 



priaed at that new boy fighting, i 
thouglit he had auch a niee faoal" 

"Well, he hasn't now I" replied 
Charlie thoughtfully. 



Batchelor's Cash 
and Carry 



THREE :5TOR£S 

People'a Caah 

tglf-Sgnrice —Douglas St. Popular ..... 



Yatea St. 

.....Duugias St. 



Food for Thought In Our 

New Year Specials 



Choice Alberu Butter. Ih . 49# 

^ " for f 1.24 



Ffaieet New fealand Butter, 

lb *oc 

3 lbs. for S1.S7 

Pure Leaf Lard, per lb. „ .1T< 

Fm«t Mild C h««r ; rr II, . JtJ I I'inew Ontario Matured Cheeae. 



Couket, 
2 lt)-i. 



vegetable 

for 



shorteiiinc; 
S8# 



Majestic Loaf Chee«e, ll> . 2fl«' 
Fine Mild Sugar-Cured Brrak 

i»st Bacon, piece cut. lb., 32^ 

Ml' r,l. per lb M4 

Fineat Smoked Cottage Rott, per 

lb ^14 

Finest Smoked Picnic Haraa, per 

li>. 2Xt 

Finest Peanut Butter, in your 



per lb 

Chateau Cheese, \h. pWt.. 'JiO^ 

Fineet AjrreWre Roll, sliced, per 

1^* ..•••>»••<•»■•...•..»■•• 8 

Finest Sweet PickM Picnic 
Hams, per lb. ^Ot" 

Finest Sweet Fielded Cof ^ 
Rolls, per lb ::Uc 



own contauier, per lb. . lB<»|H«jn« Dill Pickles, each 5# 
Farmen' Pwi PMk S««aaget. " ' ' »*0 
per lb ^„ „.„ SSf Premium Bologna, sliced, ^^r 



Finest SauerkraM; S lbs.. 1B# 
Beat Fooda Majronnaiae or 
Relish Spred. 16 oz jam, BS^ 



lb. 

Premium Wieners, per lb 
Crlaco, 3-lb. tins 



80# 



Everything We Sell Is Unconditionally 
Guaranteed 



Nabob Tea or Coffee, lb., 86^ 
Broken Pekoe Tea draws a fine 

lb 4S^ 

3 II... for $1.30 

Freshly Ground Reception Cof- 
fee, prr ll> 

Cut Macaroni. 3 lbs. for 
Swans Down Cake flevr, vrr 

pkt — ...... .3ft< 

OglMe'e ¥flMac Heefte. per 

carton « 

Black Cummtb Jam, 4-lb. can 
for «S# 

Gr«en Peas. 3 cans for ... 

Seedless Raisins, j.-r 11. 10<* 



pa« >^ 



Nabob Baby Beets 

size, a for 
Ormond's or Red Arrow Sodas, ' Seeded 

t>rr pkt 194 

Heina Cream of Tomato Soup, 

• cans for 

Empreaa Extracts. 2 bottles 

for _ 194 

4-oz bottles ^..M4 

H ot. bottles 

Classic Cleanser, 8 for Sl# 



Braid'e Beat Tea 9t Coffee, per 

lb 49t 

Blue Ribbon Coffee, with a 
.Silver Sp II. 59<» 

Freehtar Oround Malahat Coffee. 

per lb „ „....88<' 

Rice. Tapioca. Sago, Ba< ■ 

4 lbs. for 'ZCn' 

Ogilvie's Oatmeal, fine, coarse, 

medium; 10-lb. bags 

Aunt Jemima Pancake Flour, per 

pkt 18<^ 

Helsum BUckt>erry Jam. 4 II. 
• ans 89^ 



indivifiual Tomatoes. I 



■ rgc 
ran 



ran*. 



solid 
1^4. 



Raisins, large pkts.. 2 
for 88^ 

Sliced Pineapple, per can ....104 

S cans lor W4 

0«0. large size, per tin 21# 
Hcins Tomato Catsup, at, per 

botflr 8B# 
Frv's Cocoa, per fin . 2S^ 
Lifebuoy Soap, 4 for SBf 



Bread 



$2.55 



Wild 
10-| 



46c 



Extra Special 

Fruit an 

Very Large Navfl 

r » tr a v a Ivir . 3 t or 

Sunkist Grapefruit. 8 (or 

Extra Ou«Hfy New Oetea. 8 tb« 

t , . I '/ n >- 

Red Kmperor Grapes, li> , i.ft< 
N«»M»n Plppfai Applea, 4 lbs. 

lor .«•# 

Per box ••.si 

Kooke Swede Turalpa. T lbs. 
for 88# 

Good TtkU Cawee^ IS ibs 

for ~ _ „ 88# 

Uttle JoeJheeet Potuteee, per 

lb 

Callfonria SafMPMB WahmtiL 

oer lb. ..- SO? 

B lbs for 8B# 

A fe\» Chriatms* Si i«jng« I. i 
2*. to » I. 41 . : 1 ^< 

I'neulphored Flga. U\»,v 
White ; 2-MK^kt^s . l or -- 38 » 

Near CvyeiiBSMd €HaSV« per 
ir a8# 



ear Prices Prevail in Our 

'•table Department 

lancfs New Navel Oranges, regular 40c 
^i/r. per dox SO^ 

88^ I Sweet ValeMia Osaivee, B dc 



Jos. 
8S# 

r, per lb-. 

:i 5 



for 

' Block H( 
lbs. for 

Rei. Cheek Pippin Apples, pr 

box $t nr> 

Roasted Peanuts, 2 lh« for 
Netted Gem Potatoea. gu > . 

teed 'I tality. 7 lbs. for JiJVc 

lOO i-. k for 88.85 
Good Hard Cooking Onions 

T lbs. foi a8# 
Xmpeeial Valley Hani Head Let 

tuea, each ....ISr 

Good Quality MfaMd Candy. 

8 lbs for 88# 

^ trw Christmaa Crackera to 

clear at very si'<- j' - r. 
Niee Beting F>, 

wrapped pftckei»» J* uk: - '^f^r 
Spaniah Chnaer BaWlM. re 





Continued from Page I 
The list of counsel for appellants 
and respondents includes a number 
of the legal llghta of the province 
and aeveral of the appeals are on 
points of law and legal procedure 
which have a general application 
' Mending much beyond the pattlCtt* 
1.1 r cases submitted. 

LIST OP APPCALS 

The lists of eaeee to be heard Is 

as follows: 

List No. 1 

Rex iR) versus Nip Oar alias 
.ning Shee (A); Mr. J. R. Nicholson 
(or appellant, Mr. O. C Bass, K.C.. 
for respondent; appeal from Mr. 
Justice McDonald. 

Rex 'R» ver.su.s Long Hoy 'A); 
Mr. W S. Owen for appellnrit; 
appeal from Matdatrate H. C. Shaw. 

Rex 'A> vei.,iis Henry Chan (R); 
Mr. W M. McKay for appellant, 
Mr. J. W. deB. Parria. K.C.. for re- 
spondMit; appeal from liaglatrate 
H. C. Shaw. 

Rex <Ai ver'^u.. Mali Toy <R); 
Mr. W. M M( K.iy lor appfllaiii Mr. 
J W. deB. Farrl.H. K (' for rt\spond- 
ent; appeal from Magistrate II C 
Shaw. 

Rex (A) versus Charlie Bam (R); 
Mr. W. M. McKay for appellant. Mr. 
J. W. deB. Vterla, K.G„ for respond- 
ent; appeal from Magtatrate H. C. 
Shaw. 

Rex <A) versus Lee Kim iRi; Mr 
W. M. McKay for appellant, Mr 
J. W. deB. Farrla. K.C.. for respond- 
ent: appeal fNm llaglalratg H. 0. 

Shaw. 

Rex (R) versus Chun Oaln fA); 
Mr. W. C. Moresby for appellant. 
Mr. C. L. Harrison for respondent; 
appeal from MagL^trnte Oeorgp Jay. 

Rex (R) versus Hrnrv Chow <A>: 
Mr. 8. Henderson for aiipellant. 
appeal from Mr Justice M( Ooiinld 

Rex I R » versus Hannay > A . . M ; 
T. P. Morton for appellant, Mr. F. S. 
CunllfTe for reepondent; appeal from 
Stipendiary liaglatrate A. O. Preeae. 

Rex (R> veratia llaODonald (A); 
Mr. O. 8. Wi.^mer for ajipellant; 
appeal from Mr. Justlee McDonald 

Rex <R> versu.'< Channell lAi; Mr 
H A Bourne for appellant; appeal 
from Judge Barker. 

The King (A> versus Clara Tint 
'R); Mr. A. C. DesBrlaay for appel- 
lant. Mr. H. Sullivan for respondent; 
appeal from judge BlUe. 

McMordle (Rt versua Ford (A); 
Mr M Gonsalew and Mr R. W 
Taylor for appellant Mr J W (l»n 
Farrl.s. KC. for respondent, appeal 
from Mr Justice Fisher. 

Radinsky <Ai versus McAlplne 
(R); Mr C H Lork.<. K.C.. for 

appeUant. Mr. C. L. MeAlpine for 
respondent: appeal from Jtidge 
Sllla. 

J Vivian ^R) vpr»nis nc Klectrlc 

Pimples M Face 

Thought Everyone 
Ww Looking at Her 

Mlaa r. Foster. Nanalmo. B.C., 
wTitos:— "I uaed to suffer, aoniathing 
awful, with ptanplea on ray face, and 
never felt aa If I wanted to go out 
aa I thought ever yo ne was looking 
at me. 



RlJRPdCK 




A 



Bitters 



CentinnaS frsaa Page 1 
)ri»'iip.r artillery efflve was 

>r t"i ) V ei the (ilit,i!.j[ ha.s plfil(jeil 

tiini.')ell to liilonn the country of al) 
his resolutions, so tliat any crLsi. 
which majr oeeur is pertain to bt 
kaovA to ttw pHUte. TkM pledge 
It le eonafalered. ahooU ke aufflden 
to nullify unfoimded nuMve vlilel 
so frequently fiiul aoay eredeMC 
outside of Spain 

III! ( n II I f in 1 ' '.4.11 Im '.ai lor 
•say;, tlial, Ilu pit-.'-i-ni tiiiuia'ioii n 
unfounded rumors resiilt.s from thi 

Railway Co Ltd. (A); Mr. J. W 
deB ' , : I . for appellant, m 
L. J. Jark .1 : .: resirondent; app« a. 
from Mr I <■ > 

Lawson (a> versus Interior Tree 
Fruit and Vegetakle Oonunittee of 
Dlractlon (A); Mr. H. B. Robertson, 
K.C.. and Mr. T. G. Norrls for np- 
I pellim;. Mr. C. F. R. Pint ot; ! :> 
Upoiutent; appeal from Jucigt- Unnvn 
I P Coleman tR) versus Interior 
Tree Fruit and Vegetable Conunittee 
of Direction (A): Ur. H. B. Robert- 
son. KC, and T. O. Norrta for 
apiH-Uunt. Mr. O. P. R. Pinoott for 
respondent; a pp eal tram Judge 
Brown. 

A. C. Lawson (R> versus interior 
Ttee Pniit and VegetaMe Oonunittee 
of Dmetkm (A): Ur. H. B. Rekert- 

son. K.C., and Mr. T. O. Norrla for 
appellant, Mr. O. F. R. Pincott tot 
respondent; appeal from Judge 
Brown. 

MeLean (R) versua Fletcher (A): 
Mr. D. J. McAlplne toe appellant, 
Mr. A. B. Swendiky far reepo nd ent: 

appeal from Mr. Jtl8|loe Macdonald. 

Hall (A) veraua Geiger (R); Miss 
Edith L. Paterbon for appellant. Mr. 
H. 8. Coulter for reepondent; appeal 
from Mr. Justloe McDonakL 

Clark (A) versus McKenzle 'R); 
Miss Edith L. Peterson for appellant, 
Mr W. D. Gillespie for respondeiit 
appeal from Mr. Justice Macdonald. 

Vater <A) versus Styles (R); Mr. 
F. s. Cunliffe for appellaat, Mr. E. C 
Mclntyre for respondent: appeal 
iinm Judge Barker. 

Kerchner et al. i A i versus the 
Convention of Bapttei Church of 
BrtUsh Columbia (R); Mr. A. R. 
Creagh for appeUant. Mr. O. Roy 
Long for re<;p<)i<<ient; appeal tmn 

Mr. Justice ClreKory. 

Schoencmeler <Ai versus King et 
l! ' R 1 : Mr H. FleLshman for ap- 
'a: ■ Mr S Ca.s.sidy for respond- 
ent, appeal from Chief Justice 
Morrison. 

National Pole St Treating Ca (R) 
veraua Bhie Rlyer Goal ft Tie Co. 
(A); Mr. D. N. Hossle for appellant. 
Mr. H. B. Robertson, K.C.. for re- 
spondent ; appeal frem Chief JuaUce 
MorrLson. 

MorrLs et al |R> ver.sus Victoria 
Tile & Brick Suppl/ Cq. (A>; Mr. 
O. W. St. John for appeUant. Mr. 
T. R. Selkirk for reepondent; appeal 
from Mr. Jkstlce Maodonald. 

Roman (R) TCfaug Motor Car 
Loan Co. Ltd. fA); Mr. H. 8. Wbod. 
KC for appellant. Mr C W Bt. 
John for respondent; appeal from 
Judge RuKKle.s 

Rex <R) versus Christian Com- 
mmilty of Universal Brotherhood. 
Ltd. (A); Mr. H. 8. Wood. K.O., for 
appeUant. Mr. H. B. Roberteon, K.C.. 
for reqxmdent; appeal from Judge 
Nlsbet. 

Rex <R> versus Christian Com- 
munity of Universal Brotherhood. 
Ltd. <Ai: Mr H .S Wood. KC. for 
appellant. Mr. H. B. Roberteon, K.C.. 
for the respondeat; appatl from 
Judge Niabet 

Ual Tfe. 1 

W. L. Morgan Fuel Co. Ltd. <R) 
versus B C.E R Co. tAi; Mr H B 
Robertson, K C . for appellant, Mr 
H. A. Maclean. K.O.. for respondent; 
appeal from Judge Lampman. 

Le Coque (R) veraua Manntor (A) ; 
Mr. A Lelghton for appeUant. Mr. 
C. H. OUallnran for reepondeol; 
appeal from Judxe Barker 

Davenport 'Ai versu.*- ' ' i et 
al. iRi.reMalf MInimuri, v". Act; 
Ml H W Dnvv for appellant, 
Messrs. W. H. M. Haldnne. Llndley 
Creaae, K.C., and H. S Wood, K C . 
for reepondent; appeal from Mr. 
Juatioe MiBphy. 

GoMie (R) veraua Colquhoun (A); 
Mr. O. 8. Talt for appellant. Mr. 
A H DouRlas for resiiondent ; appeal 
from Chief Justice Morrison. 
UeiNo. t 

R. P. Clark & 06. (Victoria), Ltd 
fR) versus Robinson (A>; Mr C. H. 
O'Hnlloran for appellant, Mr Cnrew 
Martin for respondent, appeal from 
Judge lampman. 

KIILiyi.^ Mil 
FAIIAliliAl L\ 

Contlnned from Pa^e I 
cesstve dlfitru.st. The question that 
caused the deadlock Is not serlovis 
and could have been solved If only 
moderate toleraaee and a tendenqr 
to forget pagi s u arr e l 
tvercieed. 

WATCHING EACH 

The Washington conference per- 
suaded B<rilvlA to evacuate Fort 
Boquaron, which that country eeleed 
after Ike Port Vanguardla aktrmlih, 
and aeeured Paragtiay to reconstruct 
Fort Vanguardla and restore It to 
the Bolivians The qiiarrel evar 
smce has been whether these two 
acts shall take place slmultaneonsly 
Bollvla Inststs that Paraguay must 
first rebtilld and deliver Fnrt Van- 
Tunrdla. while Paraguay Insists that 
fu iivta should evacuate Fort 
!ioqueron aa soon as Paragtmy 
mderukee the reeenelnMltai work. 
, On thla eeemtngly imlmpottant 
'point the pi ea ant aegotlatlona ap- 
^nr to be doomed to nllure, leaving 
.u.iivtan and Paraguayan troope 
within striking dlstanrf* of e-*. ! 
other at several plac«s In the Oi'an 
Chaeo. thus endangi 
of South America. 



I recent akoiWen of ce n an whlp , and 
I auggeate that tt la » poor return on 
the part of eertalB foreign oorre- 
^,. uident.-. t, ■ the Ukertlii go lately 

Reporu. current during the past 
.wenty-four hotnt, declared that 
3en. Prtao Se Blvera was about to 
ealgn ae Piwoler of Spain and give 
p Me paenai aa dictator, enerctaod 
nee im. Tills dispatch from The 
New - 1 1 I : >'.>-i>ondent In Ma- 
nd. iciaieb itu' irue state of affairs 
n the Spaniah capital. 




PRINCE SETS 
Off ON TBIP i 
INTO JUNGLE 



18 

IN m ut 

MORE SPAtE 



Cenilnaed from Page 1 
conakleration last year to the ques- 
tion of decentralisation. There are 
districts in the dty that might poe- 
sibly be helped by the eatabUahment 
of amaU ceotree. and in the country 
a bookcar. making regular rounds 
among the people, might be of real 
service to many The new board 
will ddtibtiess discuss deoentraltaa- 
tlon sUU more fuUy. 

MATTBB OP BSTIMATBS 
"Ttie board has made no great in- 
crease In its estimates for books this 
year, but w1f.li the growing number 
of users It will be neces.->ary in future 
to augment considerably the !*um 
thus spent. Much has i>een done 
this yMT with the sum at the 
board's diapoeal. but when it la read 
in the Ilt>rarlan's report that, while 

S,44.'i hiKiks were added. 2 112 iT 
neail', naif a.s luaay. were de.scarded 
'and this Is a much smaller number 
than It would have been If all the 
well-thumbed books had gone). It 
wlU be seen that the margin of gain 
la not commensurate with the In- 
creaae of uaers. 

"Mlsa Clay and her staff have 
worked with faithful diligence 
through thl.s as other years, and 
often under trying circumstances. 
The Importance and value of their 
work Is patent to every person In 
any degree familiar with it. But 
their peraiatent checrfulneaa and 
unflagging solicitude for the aervlce 
of the public Ls best appreciated 
by those In fairly < ontiiiuous con- 
tact with It. I; i.s. at any rate, a 
pleasun^ to record that each year 
sees the pubUc's response to their 
service becoming greater. 

'"nie board appreclatea very much 
the Uberal spirit which marks the 
reception of its esllmates each year 
by the City Council, and on Its side 
the hoard endeavors to combine 
eflttclency with economy of manage- 
ment." 

In a c<»nt>aratlve statistical report 
prepared by Mlsa Margaret Clay, the 
librarian, it is stated that St per cent 
of the population of the city and 
adjoining municipalities are regis- 
tered borrowers of book.=; from the 
library, this percentage being very 
high indeed. High average.s are al.so 
r>\faled In respect to circulation, 
tiie circulation per capita being 6.14 
per cent, and per k miu we i . is per 
cent TBe <lroikMlen of the dty 
library books Increased over 30.000 
In 1929 over the previous \ear, and 



mony at his departure was an in- 
formal greeting from the Mayor of 

Son' I f.i 

r&lM t. b AJt HlC AN TKir 

LONDON, Jan. I.— The Prince of 
Walea probably wiU use an alratane 

to cover at least part of the ierrl- 
tory on hi.s ,\;iican hunting 'rip. 
starting toda\ He experts to . over 
10.000 miles of Ceiitial Atiii^u ut 
rilory, including conauierable juugle 



A half-doaw gnlMMbUes wUl be 

provided for the Filnee's use while 

In Africa, but It i.s feared recent 

rains hnvc ma.ic .so inanv tunnle 
track ,l^^,l^J^ l.i- will t,a\r to 

fl\' lo l*!Mlouia. (. entral 'r«UKan 
.'K,!. where he abandoned tus loiu 

last year to return to his s^lckeu 
father's bedside. 

CAPETOWN ON JANl'ARY :!»> 
Sailing from Southampton on the 
liner Kenllworth Castle, the Prince 
la due to arrive at Capetown on 
January SO. Be probably wfll re- 
main there some time with the Sari 
of Asthole. not reaching Dodoma 
before February 20 Before leaving 
South Afilra the I'riiii<- mtend.s 
visit the districts w>!fi<' .<■,■. re- 
cently have been dliianect.ed. Ainong 
the distrlcta to be visited is Durban. 
Ha emMCts to return to Bngland 
during the late Spring. 

Meanwhile, an experienced big 
game hunter. Ca|>taiii l-'inrh-Hnt 
ton, brother of the Earl ol Wiiu : 
sea. Is arrangmg a programme a' 
Dodoma, where he wiU meet tii.- 
Prince and act as oonduetor for the 
trip. 

miiLHALL- 
HRSiyNII 

III Bi; nyiLi 



Clearance 

of 

SUITS 

Valttts Pomifltrly to $47.50 

Reduced to 

$22.50 

SUITS 

Foimar ly Meed (o $27 50 

Reduced to 

$15.00 

These are fashionably styled, skillfully cut suits of high qualit> 
To effect a clearance of brnkeii lines aiui oilil >ixcs \\e'\' 
reduced tbeni drastically. 'I'atic advaotage ol tins bargan 
event today! J' 

CLEARANCE BARGAINS 




OVLkCUA IS 
A bit MlMdon of Rniartl> tailored 

OMt«. liMliulini . frw tor a«rb«rry. 

rrlr »i tit. 



$25 



PUR FELT HATS 

By Baruillno. Tr«M, Brock •nd 
Uowaai. All iiaca f>r*rleual> 
prlM^ le tatn and 110. Now 



W. & J. WILSON 



« AMD anTs* 



Vh 



were 1.759 
es. 

URES 
ical report 



the reglstm' i.'>! 

! In ex( r 

COMFAllAll\ I 
The comparative 

Is as follows 

Circalatlon Departmant 

10S8 1929 Increase 
Prom library S86,039 a.-i.s vni i9,r92 
Prom schools i2,oa"i 12. 901 821 

Totals 340,124 3«g,637 20,513 



City . . 
Oak Bay 
Ssqulmalt 



int 1199 Increase 

»J»S 19.868 583 

, 1,169 UTI 202 

612 604 82 

Sai 1.117 892 • 



Totala.... 11411 11^ 1.759 
Percentage of population regis- 
tered borrowers. 38. 

Circulation per capita. 6.14. 
Circulation per borrower, 16. 



Total number of books In 

Itbrnry. Dec 31. 1928 S6,659 
Added during year 6 fi.')2 
Discarded during year.2,2fll 4.371 



Total number of books in 

Ubrary, Dec. 31. in* 61jB30 

Total number of periodicals. 

etc 271 

Total number of people using 

reading -roontw 71.520 

■ no you go to Bastboiume?" an 
lady asked ma 

drive! 

"In ten minute.*, 

"Oh. dearl that'e annh too fast 
for mm." 



Lady-Are yott qottg sure thla sal- 
{Oran is freah? 

Fishmonger— fteehl Why. b'%« 

K. mum. I've Jam out him up to 
p Im from joaplB' at the flies. 





M , . .... !. 



p !i< nil ' < 'I 



{oya. It had to l>r acoi 
tceoai* tli«t world's 



SO T gof ft hot'le nnd l» worked won- 
dei < . 1 nf'er using the second one 
tn i-'k at my t^f^ oti»» would ne\er 
•' K I ever had a plmplf 

Put up only fay The T. MUbum 
OOb UtlMe^lMlBk OM. (A«Vt) 



CARTOONIST DIES 

NEW YORK. Jan 3 —Mr. Clare 
A Brtgf.s. newspaper rartoonlit, died 
late this afternoon at the Neuroio^- 
cal Institute afte- a long HlMgB. Ill 
»aa tiftf -four yeara dii 



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d ii I I I '^"'ki' Wi 

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Page 1 

ba.sement. an occasional room, 
cla.ssroom« for church Sunday 
school, Janitor'.s quarters and :< 
gymn.Tslum which, when completed 
in the future. wtU OQSt, It IS Seti- 
mated, $25,000. 

While ahnoot the whole of the 
money required for the flxit unit of 
the project is In hand, the building 
committee Is still facing the neces 
slty of raising a further sum of 
$1.0(X) for equipment, etc., and is 
hoping that many of those who 
have signified their desire to help, 
but have been unable to do so. will 
talie the opportunity of contrllnit- 
ing during the next few weeka In 
order that the building may be 
opened fully eq\ii|>ped and dear of 
any encumbrance. Tlie money al- 
ready raised, although small, repre- 
srnt.S n sjiIi^ikI 1(1 cfTn'-t on f'l' vnrt 
of a ■ 

OFFICERU OF CUMMlTIEt 
The officers of the building com- 
mittee Include Churchwarden T. H. 
Laundy 1 chairman). Churchwarden 
O H. ecarrelt Mr. O. C. Pember- 
tnn 'Vice-chairman). Mr. Reginald 
Tir.u,. Ill, M.P.P. < treasurer), aai 
Mr. A. A. Lindner (secretary). 

The Sunday school building which 
will be deuMUshed. hae many old 
associations and tradltlans, For 
several yeara a pctvata sehool was 
conducted there, and many Vic- 
torians recel\'ed a considerable por- 
tion of their education in It In this 
regard the names of Rev J B 
Chantrel nnd Mr A .J Rmlth will 
be brought to mind The old build- 
ing has entirely outlived its useful- 
peaa. and is quite beyond the peeH 
MUtlee or repair. 

The church property Is entlrdy 
owned by the local church. It was 
originally given by the late Oovemor 
Douglas imder certain conditions 
and residuary rlght.s, but, the.se were 
purchased .some time ago by t.lie 
Crldge Memorial Building commit- 
tee 

The campaign for funds to build 
a suitable memorial to the late Bish- 
op Crldge started in November. IMS. 
In making an appeal to the public 
to contribute towards the construc- 
tion of such a project, the wardens 
f>f the Church of Our I/ird fell that 
they were doing something which 
should have been cloiio y"«rs ago 
That It had not been done was due 
chiefly to the war. which followed 
closely on the bishop's death, and 
the general buelnees depreeelon 
which Vtotorla. In eonunen with 
other ettiea. has eitpmieneed In the 
last ' 

SI IIAllLb iVlbM«>KlAL 

Hie wardene felt that the moet 
suitable maaoilal would be one 
which would further the work of 

the church which he founded in 
Victoria and serve to keep In mind 
the busy life of the pioneer of thf 
clergymen of Wr^t r\:, who. for s(< 
many years devc ^elf to min- 

istering to the ne< i ' rl'iially and 
materially, of the ( i i .. ■« whose 
lives and surroundings were lees 
comfortable tkHS tlMeg af VMertanfi 
today. 

The haO, wMeli win ebarttjr be 

built, has become a neceaai^. Hie 
church needs adequate bullldlngs 
and efUipment to house It.s Rundav 
school and train the children b-. 
modern methods In this Important 
branch of church activity. A gym 
i.«s|,ini ariH audlt/rrliim are also de- 
<iinhie if thf ehurrti i<; lo be a factor 
in the everyday llfo .f its memliers. 

Rev. Arthur deB. Owen, the pree- 
ent rector of the Church of Our 
Lord, came to the local eo ngi e ga tfcm 

in 1914. Prior to coming to Victoria 
- vaj rector of St Paur.s Reformed 
irpiscopal Church in New West min- 
ster. His predece aa or here was Rev. 
T W Gladstone. «fw for a time 
«-as aasoclated with the late Bishop 
Crldge Mr Gladstone is sUll an ar- 
dent supporter of the church and 
frequently assists In the eervieos. 

TlM ho ney m oo n was eeer, and the 
young wife was in tears. 'Te« geed 
to say. Jack." ahe soMad, *tlia' 

when we were married wg WOttId br- 

me ' " 

' Yes. and what of nv answered 
the wretch. 

"You aaem to think that we are 
ten now. 



Storage 

Put jrbsr car tuider com''wlill*i«l^lHMtaMfnoff'gho 

Rates by Day. Week or Month 

Special Winter Rates on Washing 

Stage Depot Sei vice Station 

Brooghton at Broad . . . Mono 462 J 



ROSES— ROSES 

New Shipnirut lust ArrucU. 
Choirr , t ' V ^riet 

6U^ Each 



tm oonnoaAWT arurr 



Drfiti Hi I or for 
b eared UrowiunL 



CAMPMLL mVBl. JiOl. *.- 
Fishermen and seitlsra on Valden 

Island are dragging for the bodies 
of two \ouths named .Joyce, eona of 
Mrs. w Hutier. of Valdea laland. 

who an- believed lo httW peTlShed 
near Cape Mudge 

A gumboot, found on the declc aC 
the empty gasboat which was dlie- 
eovered adrift off the Cape, wee tbe 
first intimation of the tragedy. Tt 
is believed that one boy fell over- 
board and the other, after kicking 
off his heavy gumboots. plimgjed 
after him In a futile elloit to i' - 
him The youUi.s were returns ik 
to their homes on the far side of 
Cape Mudge b' t siting. 

Women Police to 
Be IrMaUed in 

lAi i I ptwl City 

LIVERPOOL. Jan 3 The cor 
poratlon of Liverpool, after dellhfra- 
tloiis la.stlng .several \i-,»r.s h.is rie 
elded by a narrow majority to In- 
stall a limited number of women 
police. 80 far the eovporatlon. has 
merely granted $104KW annually for 
expenses of volunteer women patr il 
members, who have had no official 
8tatu.s, 

The employment of women ])ollre 
is debated at intervals in !ilnK>st 
every large city in England. Itony 
chief oonstables are enttrety op- 




Electric Watbers 

Phone 1417 
Fall Showing Displayed 

' 't Us Value Your Old Wji.her 
Phone for Deniousti ation 
1609 Douglas Street 



NMIRIOM 

Circulating Heaters 



ULAf 

rour entire I.MJ** 

tttaasuv* p 'kv 
i*ms, fr 



with en* of th*M 
om sasy 



$22.75 

KATT'S 

HARDWARE 



Mia 



posed t.o their employment and > 
few appear enthualastic. Oeeplt' 
thla feeling women pollee effieei 
are Mtaf . valuable work in sent' 
Me_ 



I 



« 



Specials tor the MIeik? End 
NEW ENGLAND MARKET 



1 




.... 17c 


1 

1 




37c 


1 


Shmifdel' Spnn? Laml). per lb. 


. . . 24c 




iViiiie Riba of Beel, per lb 


... 25c 



Pot Koast, 

per lb 

Freeh Briaket, 

pep lb. ....M^^.M 

Sauaage Meat, 

Sauaafa, Wmit 
2 the. 



i , Sausage. New Enf - OfSj^ 
I OW I Und Special. lb OOv 

26c 
32c 

27c 



.I6C1X""!-:. 
25c 



Leg Pork» 
per lb. 



SAVB ON YOUK MBAT BILL 

New England Market 




I 



THg DAYLY COLOVTtT. VICTORIA. B.C SATURDAY. JANUAR\ 4. 1930 



Throngs of Shoppers Will Be 
Attracted by These Values 

J iui> is a llioroughgum^, swcriiing Lle.n.p.vav smal! lot , .unl int-i 
Chandite that we must dispose oi at OIkc. i c^a: ulc.-.^i ul Hb cusl. in 

some caiet the size range ii not complete, but in every case the sale 
[)iu e l>e.irs no resemblance to the original t«lling price. Come early 
and iind selections at their best. 



Lidlies* Shoes I Men'sseoxford 



s 



Values to $7 for 

$3.85 



Smart Tips ami ()xfiir<ls, in patent and 
brown alligator - welted sol^- u' l i\ alk- 
ing heels. 

January Clearance 



ft. 



$3.85 

Ladies' Shoes 

Values to $8 for 

HS5 



.Smart Oxfords, in brown or t In V ; alf 
u til I road or medium toe 
wflted soles. 
January Clearance 



$4.95 



I'unips, Ties and Strap .Slippers, in blue 
< alf, hrown ki.l, pateat MmI black 

Wunderful values 
at ; 



$4.85 

$5.85 



Men's S7.5laikl 
$150 SbMt for 

Stunninjf styles in Stnder and other 

makes, in patent. I. lark c alf and hrown 
calf light 
January 
Clearance 



.MEMENT or 
MAYOR SHUTS 




Mct\(>i An.M ')m!,'s Attitu<l<- 
Vtitli R.-j.nil to Audi 
It ! nun Pi o|c-.|c. | ,it Me* ! 
nil' o i CI 



and heavy-wei^jl 



Ladles' Shoes 
Values to $8 for 

Dainty American Tics, i'qnips and (.^\ 
fords from St. Lt)ui», in mat kid, brmi-n 

Ivi I. hlack kid. satin, patn 
calf. ICxtraortlinary value.^ 



$5.86 

Ladies' Qvershoes 



In a varirty 
of ,attracfivc 
' colors. Jan- 
aar.y Clear- 



$S.85 1 

MUNDAY 



Sayward Buildmg 



Bet I cr 



I- !t ' i ! 



;las Street 



Real Estate 



I AIRFIELD RESIDKXCK. COXT.MMN'G 8 WFCIX- 
roportioned rooms; liardwdod floors a ' ' 
arcs. A sound, comfortable and desirabh 
ome in Al coadhion» at the low price of 



$3,650 



AIRFIELD. 5 MI.N'UTES' WALK T(^ H )ST( )KFK i:. 
. -weil-Duilt 5-room house, like new ; cement basement, 
i MHlrrn plnmbinjr and all conveniences. This is a revenue 

I'Kliuer. as it is always well rented. 



mm\ mm 
IN mm m\ 

VfTdirt In Cnuntv Court DImImm 
A" (ion Af^aitr I ; M k-Qsmb 
Hrousht hxecutora 



I Judgment In favor of Mrs. A. 
MftcQueen, as against the claim 



fiEMARMJS ARE SAID 
TO BE FUEMATVRE 



( 'tisiderable surprise and regret 
ututude of Mayor Ansoomb 
A 1th referenoe to Um building of an 
iudltorlum for Vletorla war* es- 
pressed by Mr. R W. llarlMW and 
t>y Mr. Alfred Carmlehael at yes- 
I tfTcliiv'.s lunctipon mrftlng of tlie 
biMtrcl oi diiectors ol the Chamber 
; Commerce. 

Characterising the Uayor's state. 

ment. that he would stnmgly pro- 
! test against any i)artlclpatlon by 

i the City Council in the work of the 
' i'l"'>rluiii rommitti'f a\ preniatine 
■ : I as ( oust itutmg a .severe blow 
tif ( . .luiiilttee's actlvitie.s Mr 
M.I v^ H.d that It was above all 
' ' t.) make the people of 

Vutuna enthusiastic with any 
.schenu- upon which the eteuttlttee 
miKht deride. 

IIl.s Honor R Uandolph Bruce 
had already stated that an aud;tor- 
, mm was one of the prune needs of 
I Victoria, and. in Mr. MayheWs 
pinion, opposition from Victoria's 
adlng clUzen, voiced while pro- 
o-edings wei« still In a prsUmlaary 
stage, was objectionable. 

DIRECT INSULT 

, "While I am on my feet," eon- 
timted Mr. Mayhaw. should Hire 
to comment upon the published de- 
cision of the Mayor and aldfnnen 
lu.f ;•> bonus any more industries In 

lie city. To make .such a .sLa.riiiL n . 

«'lo:i' any p'-ojyo.sitiun lia.s been put 
to them shows a very cramped and 
narrow-minded viewpoint, and also 
constitutes a direct Uisult to dtlaens 
who are trying to foster Industries 
which have already been bonu.sed. 

• .Such iiuiustrie.s a.s tlie cold stor- 
atje plant, ihf wor.sted mills and 
the grain olevaLor may be having 
difficulty; but I am confident that 
they will get out of dimcultles if the 
business man of this city will stand 
behind them, and offer them whole- 
hearted support Instead of deatruc- 
tlv. 

Ml S I lit ClVlt EMLKI'KISE 

Mr. Alfred Carmlchael supported 
the view of Mr. Mayhew with re- 
gard to the statement made by 
Mayor An.sronib at the Rotary Olub 



MUiiary Pltaw 

hot (^fH'niufi 
B.C. Legialalure 

In connection with the open- 
ing of the sewloit of the Lagia- 
lature oo THSsday. January at. 
it has been arranged that the 

fru.ird of honor which will be In 

;ri .1.. .• s,; • ! n. II - : Use 
;' .1 I '. < • i'. ( II I . IT 111 II , A , . I be 
drawn from the 16th Canadian 
iicolUsh. Thr .MiHt.l vsi; l>e 

commanded ; h. 

Kingham and Ueutenauu J. 
Adams and W. 8. Ottvar. 

The salute, which wlU bt flrad 
from in front of the Parliament 
Buildings from Bellevii:.' .s 
will be by the 58th H.>: ■ . >.i 
the !i i!rlL;ii.1" H. ,.: A' u-iy. 
under iKiiiinani! of M„ ... i B 
Monk The saluic .■. , iirti! last 
year by the same b«iiu-ry, which 
Is connected up with the first 
militia ocfaalsatlon of the capi- 
tal dfey. the ftanaar 9th Regi- 
maivt, OXiJL 



Em mm 

CI V ii; i.i:Mi:iis 

m. mm in 

Mayor Ansconil), Five Al- 
d< rrtt- Hi ( ornmission- 
er and i > ■ liool TrUi- 
tees lake UdLii 

GOOl^ ) I Hi 

CITY FOiiL ^i 



al 



price, on terms 



$1,3Q0 



• •AK ^.^v. 1 lu.ocK snrTii of car 

'i-rooin semi-bungalow; full basrment, fin 
2 berlrooms down and 1 up ; parage ami hki 
garden. Splendid value at ^ 



LINE. A 



$4,000 



W r VVntf Hniidary Iiisur.i.ue 
I he Rates Are burpruingiy Low 



COLES, MO WELL & CO. 

638 ykw St Limited Phone 65 



r 
I 

I 

I 

I living-room, dining-room, den. spacious kitchen, four bed 
[■ rooms and bcthitMnn! Situated in lyi acres of beautifn 
gardens; garage and Summerhouae. Southerly slope, wit 
' xTn^ivc V \r^, s The pHce hag bg«n 
t« duced lor tmmadiate aalg to ^ 



the executors of the e.-^tate of tiie 
late John A. Virtue, of tiie (>Hk Hav 
j Hotel. f(T the pn.s.' p.s.sion of r<"-ta:n 
't'irnltiirf and paintings, was handed 
''M by Jiidffi- Lanipman tXk tba 
' 'v Court yesterday. 

• > ' Judgment it Is pointed out 
Uutt claUns against the estate of a 
dead man should be supported by 
something more than the uncor- 
roborated testbnony of the claimant. 
In this case, there was corrobora- 
tion in the fact that Mrs MacQu^cn 
had possession of the property l;i 
question. A larije t>ropnrtinn ou 
every one hundred people who 
in prrse-.sion of gifts of one sort or 
another rould rely on no other evi- 
dence than the (act of possession 
to show that these things were glfta 
I The court was satisfied that Mrs 
MacQurtn believed all the articles 
n question wera presents to her. An 
iventory of these goods had been 
made and had been kept by the late 
Mr. Virtue with hl.<t other papers 
and this was p;r.",fnted bv plalntlfis 
a,s evidence that Mr Vlrtiio re^ard-d 
the Kocd.s a.s hLs p.-oper1v t< if r 
Kraniophone 



nf hmcheon la.sl Thunsday. 



The auditorium conimlttee had 
lon»f ;.lnrp di.sc jvcred that an audi- 
'!>.; 'lii would not pay. but, upon 
the destruction of the Arena, they 
had discussed the advantages of a 
dual purpose building which could 
be used for skating and conventions. 
It was es-scntial, however, that 
such a binlding sliould be a civic 
enterprl.se. and the Mayors state- 
ment, therefore, was very much to 
be regretted. 





rroposal.4 Made to Premier Ander- 
son l^lilch May Be Accepted 
Svbjeet to ~ 



Four Miles Out- High Location 

A SPLENDIDLY-BUILl LlOU i -ROOM HOUSE, 
lib granite pillars and foundation, three open firepl.ices. 



PEIVIBERTON & SON 

Phone 388 



025 i' oi t iit. 



1 
1 
I 
I 
I 
I 

$4.500 ! 

I 
I 
I 



REr.iNA. Jan 3 By lett«r today 

from Ottawa Premier Anderson has 

, - , ., „ rei el.eil from H! Hon W L. Mac- 

whlrh was admittedly l^enzlp King an offer to return all 



QUEENSWOOD 



Offers many vny attractive «lt«8 In 
natural surroundings with seafrootage 
i» t. -I cnmm;Muti„« a magnificent view of 

It U m cl<«e pr .x., , centre of tlia dtjVtbom 

" 1 u 



iiMiir ?^tralts 

la to 20_ minutes by motor. It u subdivided into 
r. s l s sUl c light and 

*I>lilr tm 



;i Rift, wa.s Included In the ILst, This 
' let, brought out almost accidentally 
i.s inconsl.stent with the con- 
;entJon of the plaintiffs with regard 
to the Inventory. The Judgment In 
conclus ion, dlsmlsaed tl4^i!e5aa. 

Coatt guard Right 

WAShInOTON. J^n. 3-Serre- 
'ary MeUon today a.s.serted that tlie 
eoastguard had done nottilng that 
IS not Justified and authorized 
;.der the law in fi n,,. the liquor 
■imuggllng boar M ,;,ck which 

resulted In the deatli of three men 

~" ~ ' 

TBAmc MANAOn IMW 

ST. PAUL. Jan 3 Martin j 
Oostello. of SeatUe, Wa.sh . Western 
traffic manager for the Great 
Northern Hallway, fell dead on a 
downtown atraet hare today. 



Mother's Littie 
Helper 

Br J. 



SUUM 

■4t 



aad telephona 

Swinerlon & Muigrave, Ltd. Girdwood St, U,, Ltd 



B*ar4 



Victoria 

ggage 
Company 



Ba 



ii.M. Mail 



1 ! .1; 



OUR SPECIALTY 

^irnltura Movad, Crated 

and Shipped 
Fool Cara for Praines att 1 
All Poinu East 



AMPHION HALL 

A i -rfect Palaca-.yii YaCas iv 

"flctlT hlsa^MS. feMBC; 
i>» for rntfrUlnmtato Sf %n M»d« 
44(10. for danrlni. and 
•• ■ • • for mii<ilr>I».« Four hun- 
« r«. UiirtT c«rd ubt*a and 
t' of ii»ai f«r eard MrtiM. Lan* 
k 'n »«i»»r. dithM anS Ublta for 
••■!<-ri dmner^ FlnK altvator. Ofcrp-' 
tor floor for lartr larturva. 

n»ntf From 111 so Up 
W» do all el»anln« Man »\wr^ 
»tf»r4.pr. For appotntmant ■•• 



rtMHIl Company 



VhaM I4ai 



V V e C a I ) 
Money. 



i^igest Vaxia 
th« Otf. 



ua 



•10 



WOOD '4 



.00 




UK I <,K IN( , IN 



I fllr James Barrle U wrltU^ a new , m his oUIca hata 



rrrrAWA, .Tan i n.,n i A 
Cr'iR! .Minister of Railways and 
r-anal*. is leaving OtUwa tonight 
r Winnipeg He has spent two days 




unalienated natural resources, to 
continue the cash subsidy and to 
appoint a commission to make an 
accounting of alianatloaa ainot 1905 
with a view to aaatng whether the 
province l.s entitled to any addttlonal 
compensations. 

Premier Anderson wa,s obviously 
plea.sed at what he considered the 
admls.slon of so many of tlie prov- 
ince's claims and at the offer to 
Join In referring the 1870-1905 claim 
to legal tribtmal. Asked if he would 
make a s t atamant on tha aaattar he 
■aid: 

I.KBLT TO ACCBPT 

"In a matter of Ruch Import , 
I thtnk it right that I should deler 
making any .statement until I hava 
con.su Ited mv colleagues " 

It is regarded as likely that Pre- 
mier Anderson will write offering to 
aooept the settlement as outlined, 
with a eoauBisskn to inquire into 
tha allanatlons ainee INB, if the Do- 
minion will agree to hava a refer- 
ence on the Ig70-1IQ6 alienations 
sent to tha Suprsma Oourt of 
Canada. 



His Wor.".hip Mayor Anscomb, five 
aldermen, one police commissioner 
and luui «'.';oo; '.--i; -ees. wtio we:-' 
ek'ited by Uie ratepayers at the re- 
cent municipal election here on De- 
cember 12. were yestyday swum in 
as members of the respective civic 
oodles in a brief earamony before 
His Honor Judge P. 8. Lampman. in 
the county courtroom at tha Pro- 
vincial Court House. 

The Mayor was the flnst to tak^ 
the oath of ofTlce. and was loUowed 
in turn by Aldermen Robert A. 
Uewar. John L. Mara, John A. 
Worthington, Alexander Peden and 
Robert Smith. PoUca Oommisstoner 
Azuirew MoOavln, and School Trus- 
tees John L. Beckwlth, James S. 
McMillan, Kenneth Ferguson and 
Victor E Kmery 

The city .s veal \vas delivered over 
by City Clerk .\1 hYank Hunter, to 
Judge Lampman, who iianded it 
back to Mayor Anscoofb for the sec- 
ond successive year. 

FELICIT.\TIONS < . 1 \ 1 \ 
H1.S Honor tendered congratula- 
tions to the eleven civic leaders 
upon their elecUon to ofllea, and 
hoped that Victoria would enjoy a 
prosperous year during 1930. He 
mentioned that It was the .second 
time he txad handed the .seal of the 
! corporal ii.n to Mayor Anscumb, and 
j .said he noticed this time the pree- 
I enee of younger men in the ClVlC ad 

I ministration. The loss in ezpsriaoca 
I .should be mada up In leal, he de- 
clared. 

On behalf of his colleagues and 

himself. Mayor An.scomb thanked 
Judge I>ampman for the .services he 
h i<! jK . formed, and the kind words 
he hau expressed. From a civic 
vie^^ point, we are entermg upon 
what 1 Xeel confident will prove a 
most aaocasaful year for the dty of 
Vletorla." ha said. 

His Worship was elected last 
month for a one-year term, but all 
the other civic leaders who were 
sworn m je.^ierd.i'. will serve two 
year.3 on their respective boards. 
Aldermen E. S Woodward, James 
Adam. H. O. Utchfleld. W. T. 
Stralth and W. H. CulUn. School 
Trustees George Jay, WlUlam c. 
Moresby K.C.. and O A. A Hebden. 
and Police CommLssloner Walter E. 
Staneland. who all have «tlll an- 
other year to serve on their various 
j boards, complete the personnel ot 
j the Council. School Board and Po- 
lice commlssloa of tba dty of Vlc» 
torla. 



IN CITY POLICE COUKT 

Yeatarday's sitting of tha city 
police court waa brief. J. h. Tor- 
rest, charged with obtaining money 
on false pretences, had not yet ob- 
tained counsel and was given a fur- 
j ther remand until Monday Hear- 
I ing of a cliarge against S G Hum 
l>er was adjourned until Tuesday 
on request of Mr }i. O. Lo#ai oeoa- 



mmm mm 
mki mmm 

statist i<« tiisi u-.tir(i Show wide 
Developmriii of ( itT in Alf 
of PubUo AcUvltlaa 



PALPITATION 

Ihrohbifig of Heart 
After the "Flu" 

Mrs J C^lnnlngham Rault Bte 
Mn:> (mt . wrttM Last February 
I had a sevsre attsMk of twHi^— 
whleh laft me with pal»llatleB and I 
throbbmt of the heart 
1 fait 
ta 



VANOOUER, Jan. 3.— .A total In- 
crease of Iie.813.ai7 in the city 
assessment roll as at December 31. 
1B». aiul an Increase of 12.228 in 

city population, was announced 
thU niornlng by City Assessor H 
r I'll liter He reported the city 
a.ssef.sment as follows: Valuation of 
Improvement*, $183.711,1«5; valu- 
ation of land. giatiOOajM; toUl. 

Vancouver's population is given 
as 340.431. As improvements are 
tA.yed on half valuation, the taxable 
a.sse.ssment total Is $260,867,816 Th" 
total Increase In valuaUon of \m. 
provements, according to Mr 
Painter, is reported as $mto,g«6! 
while the Incraaae in land vahMB is 
15.433,191. 

The city's assessment at Decern- ' 
bT 31. 183©- the 1939 as.«essment | 
was reported last year as. i 
1^ ' f iiriju-ovemcnts. |17aj30,419- j 

'>f iVTid. $imjmm; toui. : 

r i .t .'' 899,733. j 

Population dna ymt age was 

22g.l83. 



' HEART ^ 



Otoaannass la nait to godliness 
wa>a heard It said— and the carrot. 
ai» getttag cleaned-^there K no mis- 
take about that We wonder, how- 
tm. just how tbaj^wUi taau? 



tlumklul for timriim 



f- , • ' -■, 
and an . ■. ^ry 

tcund such a 

Frtaa, Ma a bos at an 

and daalafg. ar aMiIad dhwet on i«- 

, oelpt of prtoe by The T. MUbum 
I Co. Umtted. Toronto, OnL (A«vt> 



GRAZIJSG PRIVILEGE 
TO BE REGULATED 

Under regulptions which have justj 
been^ppmved by the Provincial | 
Oove^ment a closer count of the' 
number of Uvartoek that is aUowed , 
to fiaaa on any pateri of land under 
tha provisions of the r;- , ' Act,' 

Is to be kept. The rPk;iji.i-;. u., ap-' 
irored of read as follows | 
"When an application for a 
I»<«rmlf to graze livestock on tiie 
frown ranges of an esUbllahed 
i/!^7'ii»{ district has l)een ap- 
pn -. 'vi. and the applicant is 

ready to drive his ttvortodt tO, 

or turn them out on. ttmSmn 
range, he may ba raqulfid to 
glva A least ton daya" aotlaa to 
tha naarsat forest affte, by 



Campbell s Highest Grade 

Coats and 

Dresses 

r 

—Al Lxti iun (liiun il \ I >n January Side Prices 

ior l oday's Slioppem 



Siij.erh Coatv. kcj.;iilarly Priced Up to $125.00. 
Ou Sale Today at 



f. 




I his particular jjroup of Handsome .New Coats represents the cream of our coat stock. 
J.avishly trmnned witli fur such as Alaskan sable, wolf, beaver, fox. etc. The very finest 
nt in.nKS I hat lovely I-rriu h l.roadch.th predominates in the materials, while sqedino 
an.l ncedlcpuint are also in the lot. i^hades are burgundies, greens, oak hnmns. sain! 
etc and of course, black. We have positively never offered such coat values before; 
an ! as there arc but a few of them, may we suggest that you cnd^ivor to umIw »otir 
choice tills morning. 



At 1 rom f 0.75 to fao.Tft Wc Offer an Excellent Variety of Othec Desirable Coat* 



IS Perfectly Lovely French Model Dresses to Go mSale 
Today at the Following Sale Prices 

I 

ONE ONLY. VERY CHARMING AFTERNOON DRESS in 

black silk lace, with tnniiniiu- . i Mintan lace and j^'eorgette over a 
foundation of crepe de Chine. Kcgular price. $87.50. Januarv Sale 
^62.50 

ONE ONLY. EXQUISITE AFTERNOON DRESS in bla.k .ilk 
late over tOUHiJaTron X)T flowered metallic cloth. RciiuUr urice $87 SO 
January Sale Price , ^ _ 

ONE ONLY. ALL-OVER BLACK SILK LACE DRESS over 
f. imdation of crepe dc Chine and with coatee. Regular price. $98.00. 
January Sale Price AfMblUb 

»»■»«» »»»»»»«»T»^>..»..y<IMMWr 

(Either of the Above Dresses I* Particularly Suitable for Dinner Wear) 

i 

ONE ONLY. SMART AFTERNOON DRBfi of t»Imck lilk lace and 

georgette over an underslip of silk. Regular price. $79:00. lanuarv 
^'■'^^ $58.50 

ONE ONLY. AFTERNOON DRESS ..f black jreorpctte and lace 
^ , J"", J*"*"^"" pleated and fancy bucikle at waist. Regular price' 
$67.50. January Sale Price . fUb.SO 

ONE ONLY, PRETTY DRESS of black silk over a frtumlatic, .,f 
silver metallic cloth. Regular $97.50. January Sale Price. ^9.50 

ONE ONLY, AFTERNOON DRESS of sun tan silk and georgette 
over a foundation of crepe de Chine. Regular $69.00. Januarv Sale 
^ ™jL....f49.50 

^u^^^.^Lo^J ^'^"'^ AFTERNOON DRIStSB dhat readily 
sell up to $52.50. January Sale Price „ f38s.75 




wlJ!fj'--^r?" ^^"'» w« have giaoy other sm«rt Dreise*. Also chi. 
Evening Dresses from ^ _ ».f8.75 

' " " ' - I r ' 1 



Main Floor Sale Values for Today's Sluffjfers 

CORSET DEPARTMENT 

Corselettcs of rayon silk .striped material, lightly boned at frontXgnd back, .stronir 
elastic over hips. Sizes 32 to 36. Regular ^1.25. January Sale Price ' - fiiiil 

Side I looking Girdles, lightly boned, with elastic panels on hips. Sftat 24 to 29. Januarv 
i^ale Price ofc 

Splen<lid selection of Stcp-In C.irdles and Corsebtfes. also Corsets, Broken aiges All 
best makes. Regular price. $7.00 to $8.50. January Sale Price f5.05 

CHILDREN'S KNITTED SUITS 

Children's Knitte.l TbreeJ^iece Suits in plain knit knd brush wool. For t«i of 1 to 3 
years. V alucs up to $650. January Sale Price. . Vo aw 



UNDERWEAR DEPARTMENT 
Sale fW*""^ VV'onien's Vests, in wool and silk and wool. January 

fam',a7"sar 'p'''"**'°"'' '^'^ 

VVomen_, Fleeced Cotton Ve.t.. neck, short sleeves and long sleeves. January 



HOSIERY DEPARTMENT 

T'*'*?^^.'?!*"^' ''^n^'""'."' '".^'''^ "^'P*""*'"^"*' including r.dd lines of Ladies' Full-Fash 
loned SiMc Hoae. Broken sizes and ghides. January Sale Price, per paii !J!!, f l!a9 

GLOVE DEPARTMENT 

I a.bes' Fabric Pnll-On Gloves; si^es 6 and C", r.nlv. Uf^i^. 80, JanuArv Sale Price 
Children s Mocha Fleece-Lined Gloves and Mitts.Reg. ,o$1 75 Iam,7rv ?al P icl 2S 

CARDIGANS 

m'.OO and""'^""*" Cardigans, all wool and silk and wool January Sale Prices. 

^^^"''rw*iIiV''^''V* ^"digans-m airwool and "silk and wool. All shades "V^ne^? 
and with cdUrg. Jannary Sale Price..... „ fl" »5 



fl\rJl'«itl"Vi"i' V" A ^^"""'^'^ ^"^ "P shapes and 
frmgenets. To be cleared at ^ ^ for f 1.00 



Aug 



m Canipbc?!! Sl Co., Ltd 

1008-10 GOVERNMiiM STREEI* 



' of animals to be driven 
to, or U ba turned out on, tha 
nago. When called upon to do 
an he must provide for feavtng 

hi* lIvest/K-li counted by officer* 
of the forest branch, either in 
the feed-lfX or before turning 
out, or at any tlnie. thereafter. 
A graslng permit will be refuMd 
until such count la 
for." . 



Piano DIasftes ^ ommenclnK Jan- 
uary BrhnfA opening Qiiiirtra ,«?ireet 
SetkDol, phooe 35g4il. Bix J»mm 



Dinctort Approve 

Broadcmi Project 

The dl r eeto iato of the Victoria 
, Chamber of Oomoserce yesterday 
endor«ed the report of the special 
conuntttoe, formed to ooosMer th- 
feaslMllty ot eeUbltahlng a chait. .f 
Wfh-pooeied radio atatioriR aero » 
Canada. The report of the oym- 
rr.lttee vaa entirely favorable to th" 
project, irhlch had to do with the 
enUbllahlng of sevon SUpSf-pOWOr 

j Stations in duicroat mmimoa gf 



A delegation from the AsaoolaCad 
Boards of Trade of Vaooovvvr 
It ara. atatod. WftSot^. 

proach the Oovemmmt on Jann- 
••7 *® Ul* conntnirtion < t 

the S|)root I^ake-Tonno Road A 
letter from the deputy Minister ol 
F*ublic Worka promising that care- 
Uii omalderatlon would be glvm to 
thlg OMltter, wa% read to the 
of directors of the 



He: Won't J9n v'-'^-r me a klw? 
8he: Oertalnly j.ot i ve never 
^Bwed rf m.-in i.n rnv life 
He <€mphati<^^y> ; Nelthor hava L 



THE DAILY COtONlST. VICTORIA. BC SA ^URDA^ 



\M \KN i, 



'^e DaiJy Colonist 




Tim 



J. L. rut. 

•vbecription Rao t>\ < an ler snd kgr MaU ta Dlitrlols 
oooUcuoiM u) vuiUjxU k, yrw i Igr OdMH 
OHgr OmvImw: 

TMTly — $ia 00 

Monthly 100 

MMcrtbers In ordfri; . (,anKf flf •dflrp'.- .wM be 
partlriilar to givc t^'. ii and new H.id^r ^ 
.S;it).s< liptloi }i.i'< '■■ Mill. 

To Canada. Great Briuni, Uw Uiuied SUIm aiMl 

iiMiv* MMpi &mnm m tiM&m: 

Y«wrljr N OO 

HaU-YMrty 1.00 

Quarterly 

All BubscrlpUoo ratas fMjralM tn advance. Mall sub- 
•n reque.tted to make all renUttaaOM direct 
to TUt Dally C 

rt ary H 

AN AfimOMOMIB OT VISION 



Which may be liiu rpieted u meaning tJiat the 
sfate.smen of thf Mother Country and of tlie 
I iiisnliiliiii i»!()ul(l hii|(! rouu'MI t/< >«»'! i ht and mlopt 
lucaiiii t'.i loi hiipiuvhn^ ihe liutlf rt'lallon.s be- 

twwn tiM dlffnmit nattoiu compoilnf the Bm- 

l 're Under fxl.ithiK pollttra! condUlons that 
ptuUieni niuy prove aa dilllcult to 5uivt- tu> tiie 

pnMtm ol IBdte. 



[liters "j^dBlitor 




Jots From Gcuar dphy 



■\ 1 1 ;i' 



There are men of restricted vision and men of 
unbounded vision. Our dlsttnguMhed Mend and 

neighbor, Dr. J. S Plaskolt, who dwelLs beside his 
big telescope on Little Saanlch Mountain when 
he Is at home, is a man of unbounded Tlalon 
While other distinguished men of applied and 
abstract sciences have been looking at the little 
atom and speculating about what they could do 
with it, if they could only spilt It, the Doctor has 
been looklnc; throuf^h his Kreat "spy-glass" and 
seeing tremendous things which ordinary scien- 
tlfti havw BMraly drMunt of In their speeiitatlve 
philosophy. 

We remember reading a book written by a 
great astronomer of another day and generation 
upon the fascinating subject of "Other Worlds 
Than Ours." The field of vision of that great 
astronomical author was limited compared with 
the wktth and breadth and depth of the field of 
vision of the modern a.stronomer. Dr. Plaskett 
can peer Into his telescope set upon a hill and 
•ee ethw workU thaa ««n that astronomers of 
other tlmo.s may have dreamt of but could not 
see. That Is what the Doctor has been doing and 

assembled at Des Moines. Iowa, about 

We In.serts living and moving and having our 
being upon a tiny mote (In a comparative sense* 
which we call the earth think tha^ with the 
thlng.s we have made with our hands, such as 
motor cars and aeroplanes, we are traveling over 
the face of our dlmlnutlYe orb at a dizzy pace. 
According to the di.srovery of Dr Plaskett, for 
Which it Is said he will be rewarded with a prize 
of a thousand dollars by the astronomical toclety, 
compared with the .speed of the heavanly bodies 
we are practically standing still. 

Reading from a paper he had prepared for the 
consideration of his scientific coIkaRues a.s- 
sembled at Des ^olnes, Dr. Plaskett said he had 
discovered that the world, Including the sun and 
all the visible stars, was racing at a two-hundred- 
mile-u - 'v-ond clip in a vast whirl. The whirl was 
.so InciL-dibly huge that hundreds of thousands of 
yean are required for one rotation round Its 
centre. At the estimated speed of seven httndred 
and twenty thousand miles an hour, the whirl Is 
moving about two thousand mllas faater than 
man ever has traveled. 

The point of interest to the ordinary person 
Who is neither a scientist nor an astronomer is 
tliat mysterious and prcsimiably Invisible "cen- 
tre" around which the physical universe Is racing 
at such an Incomprehensible rate of speed. XTnder 
the law of gravity our little earth is suspended to 
the sun, the centre of Its system. Under the same 
law every star aiKl planet in the universe Is sus- 
pended to that great universal centre which the 
eye cannot see and may never see. There is a 
subject of greater speculative interest that the 
mutations of the stock exchanfct and the decline 
and fall of wheat prices. 



AN IMPERIAL AMBASSADOR 



General Jan Christian Bmutz has brought a 
message from across the seas and delivered it to 
the people of Canada and has told the people of 
Canada what he thinks of their country The 
distinguished visitor from South Africa says he 
admires Canada not only because of the vaataais 
of her phy.slcal proportions and the brilliance of 
her material prospects but because the political 
system eh* has^-^istabUahed !• the model after 
which the con«5tltutlon.s of the Union of South 
A|rica and the League of Nations were fashioned, 
tn this matter the Oeneral speaks with authority, 
for he played a prominent part In the negotia- 
tion of terms of peace between Prlton and Boer 
and ha has been a leading figure In the councils 
of tim League of Nations. 

. Ofoeral Smuts is a truly remarkable man and 
hSSfeM a wonderful career. He has been a man 
of war. Now he is a m<n of peace. He fought 

against the British in company with Irreconcil- 
able General Hertzog and he fought with the 
British against the Irreconcilable General 
Hertzog, and helped to quell his rebllllon. Wlien 
the Great War broke out he was on the side of 
the British, and durlna the war was for a ttane 
a member of the British Government 

It was on his advice that the Campbell-Ban - 
nermaa Oovamment of Britain took what ap- 
peared at the time to be a very hazardous step 
and conceded to the people of South Africa the 
right of complete self-government He and Sir 
Lotil"? Botha were nienibci.s of the first govern- 
ment of the new Dominion. But, largely as a re- 
sult of race prejudice, which had not been com- 
pletely obliterated, tie encountared General 
Hertzog on the political field and wa.s defeated. 
The i)eopIe of South Africa rejected the man of 
peace and their benefactor, and aecaptad the 
firebrand, who apparently has lost soma of his 
tire and Irreconcilability. 

Oeneral Smuts is a curious mental comMna- 

flon He Is an ldenll.<<t and a realist. He believes 
political miracles can be accomplished by the 
application of the Dominion system of govern- 
ment to nil .-sections of the Empire He hopes that 
the problem of Imlla, now becoming very acut<* 
may be solved by the a^pUcattan of the Dominion 
principle. But he admits that great patience may 
be aacassary in dealing with the problem of 
Indtar. The masses of the people of India know 
I'fUf iiolltlcs There is the 

question ol witetiter the leaders of the few who 
ars afltatlng for romplete independence and 
aconi the compr f Dominion status are as 

of giving India Just and stable govern - 
It as the people who at present rule over 
them. 

General 8mut7. as a convinced Imperialist is 
not completely satUfied with the existing condi- 
tion of tha BrlMsh Implra. Be says it is an 
Ideality whtcb riienid bt twhtd Into • iwutr 



It Ln .^ald fti.if a mtl.' l.TM I i: f 
tiling. It naght with grtuler truth be said ttial 
a little knowledge of chemistry is a dangerous 

thinK ^M)tni't ;:!u-,'i •.« ..t.-.lf: ,,!'.•: • • . ! he 

^ail^ (ieatit list^ jpuOh^tlieci ii\ the new^pupurs as 
a consequence of the Indlsnimlnata use of flre- 

,u!ii > . . .ions of bombs, and the destruc- 
tion ol public ouildlngs and private houses, 
whether the fabled gods should not be eensured 

for being caiclfs-, and permlLtii.i' ' i\i ■ \ ■ ;.in 
to steal fire (rom the summit ol their fabled 
mountain. 

At any rate, whether the fire was stolen or pro- 
duced h\ fit. f!.ii>i tw'i (li v Nficks abuse of It 
Is becuailng a lucimct- lo manKiad. A little 

knowledga of rhswililry has enabled people who 

are murderously Inclined to perform some deadly 
tricks. In some countries when tlie agents of law 
and order and the agents of lawlessness and dis- 
order meet, they shoot (Hie another down In 
some cases when a woman rejects one man and 
selects another, the man who has been rejected 
has not the courage to meet and shoot down hlS 
successful rival, so he makes a bomb, sendA It as 
a Christmas present to the home of the woman, 
and blows up the whole fanu!, The pistol and 
the bomb are also used for political purposes. 
They are popular weapons in the hands of Com- 
munists. If a government cannot be put down 
in any other way. It can be shot down or blown 
up. The heads of many governments have been 
got rid of In that sanguinary manner, and it may 
be that the worst is y«t to cone, fOT we ara living 
in parlous times. 



Blr,— Did you see the new itoi' 
sign that the dty has erected at 'tiw 
JunoClon of Yates Street hikI tmi ' 
OOBt you think t)iut .o,,.wi'- iu!i 

nlniT Into this nt. • ,i. i n- ,1 I,;. 1 

I' l'i'i o' Ii IS Uiarp cauu^ii i<> 
< II' ato tire or break a wheel 
especially oontag from Oak Bay, to 
wards whieh the sharp edge point 
and motors eomlng from that dtre< 
tlon are not required to Blow up. 

It 1.S not lit even by the reflecte t 
light of a car If you have n<>i 
•seen this menace. plea.sr have a look 
at it and let the public have your 
opinion. 

HBBBSRT CARMICHAEL. 
19M St- Denis Street. Oak Bay, 

B.C.. January t. IttO. 



General Smuti the idealist thinks there will be 
no more wars between great nations. But Russia 
is a great nation, China to a great nation, and 

India i.s a Ktrat nation. If the greatness of na- 
tions be predicated upon the numbers of their 

people. And wstM of thogrBatumi sre nst medi- 
tatlng upon the beauties of peace but upon the 
advantages of war, not war upon a grand scale 
but of war upon tha seals which suits their posi- 
tion and thtir purposes. 

We can imagine famous astronomers and dis- 
tinguished scientists In all parts of ttte world ex- 
claiming: "This Dr Pla.skett we know; but where 
is Little Saanlch Mountain, Victoria, B.C.?" 



The Weather 



1 



at 8 p.m.. January 



Meteorological OfBce, Victoria. 

1930 

PRTCIPITATION AND TESklPERATURES 

Ram Snow Mln. Max 

VIctorfa - J2 

Nanalmo 

Vancouver .10 

Kamloops 

Prince George . 

Estevan Point traee 

Prince Rupert . 

Atlln 

Dawson 

Seattle .24 

Portland , 

.S.in h^randseo ............ .. 

Spokane . 

Lob Angeles 

Pentleton ' 

Vernon 

Grand Pork^ - 

NeUon .„ 

Ka.slo 

Cranbrook .. 

Calgary ........ ... ... 

Edmonton .... 

Swift Current 

Prince All>ert 

Qu'Appeile 

Wbmipeg 

FORECASTS 
Victoria and Vicinity— Presh to .stroiiK 

winds; partly cloudy and mlflfr. with .slei 
Vancouver and vicinity— Presh to strong northerly 

w«nds on the gulf; eleudy and colder, with sleet or 

snow. 

miDAT 

Maximum . . 41 

.Minimum 37 

Average 

Mmimum on (rra-ss til 37 

Oeneral s- . v rather, raining. Rain, ii'ineh. 

5 r.-M WEATHER REPORTS 
Victoria— Barometer. 29.65; wind. N . 2 miles rain- 
ing 

VHnfoiivfr narcjmeter. 29.82; wind. "E., 6 mUes; 
raining 

Kamloops— Barometer, 2tA2', calm; cloudy 
Barkervine B e r eme ter, IBM; wind. N., 
snowing. 

Prtnoe Rupert— Barometer, 90.64; calm; fair. 
Bstevsa Polnt-Bareneter, 9M; wind, SJi.. s miles; 
fair. 

ratx>5h..rBarometer. »Mi wtod. 8.. 10 mllse; 

raining 

8«auie~Barometsr. Si.ti; wind, 8.W., 4 mUes; 
raining. 

San Frandseo— Barometer. 29.94; wind. s.. 4 miles 
eleady. 





37 


41 




37 


43 




36 


40 




24 


34 


trace 


6 


14 




28 


44 


7*4 


28 


30 




16b 


10b 




54 b 


48b 




40 


42 




38 


44 




46 


60 




38 


44 




M 


78 


4 


35 


39 




25 


35 




19 




1.0 


16 


36 




2« 






38 


38 


trace 


2 


12 


J 


10b 


4b 




2 


20 


ilo 


26b 


6b 




14b 


0 


1.0 


10b 


4 



northerly 
iir .snow 



10 miles; 



• rom K.M us IS CANADA" 
Sii. A leutT from Mr. P. J. 
Bourne, in your issue of the 31st ult.. 
contains ocrtaia statements irtilch a 
"native-bom Canadian" cannot al- 
low to pa.«i.s witliouf (oinment 

H'- hi I'Tigthy argument extollini; 

of the foreigner In thi 
\J.i3.A.. 1 will say notlUng except 
that one cannot help noUdng the 
names of their nationally-advertised 
It is in Canada and 
jaa quest ion.s alone that we 
are Interested when we con.slder im- 
migration 

It .seem.s ab.surcl. liowever, for Mr. 
Bourne to compare the hOlbniies 
with gunmen. marJiioe gunmen and 
that host of rum-runners and 
"racketeers" that infest such for- 
eign-populated cities as Chicago and 
New York 

During the past few years thou- 
sands of Canadians have been com- 
pelled to emigrate to a foreign 
country to obtain emirioyment. wliUe 
at the same time thousatuls of Con- 
tinental Europeans have entered 
Canada and are wlllint^ to work at 
almost any price ui a country whicli 
glve.s them more freedom and le.s.s 
responsibility than the land from 
wh t s h they eeas». 

In many cases these people tutve 
been cared for by public charity un- 
til places could be found for them. 
This in In spite of Mr Bourne's talk 
of the '"non.sense we read abOOt the 
evilM of cheap labor. " etc. 

We presume that our great saw- 
mill Industry would be, to Mr. 
Bourne's way of thinUng, one of 
the "monuments", the Chinaman 
has left behind. Yet in the neigh- 
boring 8tote of Washington the 
same Industry Is greater and more 
pro.sperou."; while wages are higher 
and only white labor Is u.sed. Hun- 
dreds of our local sons are to be 
found In tills same industry in 
neighboring American cities. Have 
they not lieen forced out by ebeap 
foreign labor? 

Mr. Bourne must surely be Ignor- 
ant of fact.s when he contends that 
It was (he foreigner rather than the 
native son who went from Canada 
to fight In the Oreat War. 

Of a total of i^nvoxinuitely WtJOOO 
in the OJB.F.. 288,700 were Cana- 
dlan-bom. and. using Mr. Bourne's 
figure of 18.000 French-Canadians, 
268.705 were native sons from two- 
thirds of our population; 228.751 
were Britlsh-bom, leaving less than 
35.000 foreign - bom (including 
Americans ) . 

Wtiere, Mr. Bourne, was their pa- 
triotlsmr Surely it was with their 
motherlands as one would natunlly 
expect. 

.Speaking of FrenrliCanadlan.'s. 
these are people who were originally 
from ;i country foreign in every way 
to things British, government, so- 
ciety and religion. The Treaty of 
Paris and the British North Ameri- 
ca Act guaranteed to them complete 
freedom in their lellglons and priv- 
ate life and ofQcially recognized 

I their language in the Pro«tnoe of 

, Quebec. 

Have they shown any appreciation 
for those favors which have been 
bestowed upon them and Vtjlch no 

other conquered people ha\e ever 
received? Decidedly im Mr F^itor 
Rather have they, and do thev. use 
every means to cnrn>;»(-h ii[)on the 
liberties of the people of the other 
eight provmces by demanding, and 
in many instances obtaining, ipedal 
privileges for their languag* Ud re- 
ilglon. 




H, 



Itj tiou.sc b\ I lie vwty.Mdf, 
^near Haie-de-Routat. France, 
is a uiilque abrme carved in the 
hole of a fir tree. Ttie shrine 
contains a snaU attar, leaving 
Just enougb spaee for tbe kneel- 
ing worshipper. This venerable 
landmark is visited regularly by 
fartnc's of the coimtryside. 



POST OFFICE 
UEFiUITHENT 




For Month of December 
Last Stamp Guiceling 
Machine Showed Increase 
Over Same Month in 1928 

HOI lit i) M ill 



mu urn 




BlliPUWEKS 

Hopes They Will Mean Fuil 
Restoration of Sovereign- 
ty in the Future to Their 
Nation 

FHLtUUM 10 HOVE 



(Cwrrlsht. 1S3S, ky Um Cbteaso Dally 
N«wa roraivn Btrrte*.) 

RHANOHAI rhina. Jan. 3. - 
Other restraint's upon China's free 
doin of action, now that Chlne.se of 
ficlaldom has gone through the rcs 
ture of pronouncing cxtrateiTltorl 
allty abolished, will be taien upl 
during the nest twelve months with 
the foreign powers, according to a , 
statement by C. T. Wang, National- 1 
ist Foreign Minister, today. Minis- 
ter Wang presented his statement 
In the form of a New Year's mes- 
sage and declared: 

"What will perhaps make 1038 
most memorable Is the graceful ges- 
ture of the powers concerned in 
agreeing to collahorate with China 
In the re-e.stablushment of Jurisdic- 
tional .sovereignty over foreign na- 
tionals in China. Such far-reaching 
agreement will be a step towards 
removing a cause of constant con- 
flict and at the same time promot- 
ing the most cordial relatlon.<) be- 
tween Chinese and foreigners. 
SOTBBEION BIOHTS 

"It ts greatly to be hoped that 
the procedure connected with .such 
a gesture will be happily con.sum- 
mated during the next few months, 
and that China's "ioverelgnty will be 
completely restored In the Im- 
mediate future." 

BCr. Wang also declared that the 
"continued existence of deroga- 
tions." that Is. extraordinary rights 
a.s.sumed by foreign power.s In China, 
would delay promotion of the must 
complete friend.slilp and harmony 
between China and the powers. He 
concluded with the statement that 
China hoped that the powers, when 
their attention was called to the 
restraints they Imposed on ClUnese 
sovereignty, would again demon- 
strate their gofxl will. 



"Por the month of December our 
stamp canceling machine shows an 
Increase of 11 per cent over the 
corresponding period of time twelve 
months ego," said Postmaster O. H. 
Oardlner yesterday. "Totaling up 
all the business done in the Victoria 
postal dlstrlet. whK h Includes th< 
city and the munlclpalitle.s of Oak 
Bay and Esqulmult with tho.s<- por- 
I tloiis of Saanlch adjiicfiit to the city 
I Iimit.s where the (I^m !!'!!)"^ .ne iiuin- 
' bered. the gam represents an ad- 
vance of 2 1-2 per cent. The figures 
Include all matter sent through the 
mails— lettehi, postcards and parens. 

"Preceding the 'hoUday season In 
1028, the forwarding and receipt of 
malls were more evenly distributed 
than in December, 1929 Christmas 
mall that year arnvt-.l well ui a 1 
vance of the holidays, while in lyiii* 
the great bulk of It cuine closer to 
the lioliday. This was particularly 
noticeable with Victoria patrtms of 
the Postofflce sending remem- 
brances locally. During the last few 
hours on December 38, there was a 
huge volume of local mall to handle, 
in spite of the many requests made 
to mall early. Holiday parcel post 
from Australia and New Zealand, 
which has been very large this 
Christmas season, Is still arriving, 
and the Empre.ss liner reaching 
Victoria from the Orient this week- 
end will undoubtedly have consider- 
able iselated Ohrlilfflsv mOr TJn- 1 
doubtedly there was a Ivger mail 
for distribution in December. 1929, 
than there was in the preceding 
year, and to dispose of it expedi- 
tiously a large staff was required 

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IXDNnON, .Jan 3 Three chil- 
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jured today In the Holloway district 
KT rr^i,. . w I London by the explosion of a 

No Mr Editor, theee people have | barrel of petroleum in a raUway 



One of the reactions from any financial' disturbance 
is likely to be a decrease In the outlay for luxuries, 
and s<9ne people seem to regard anything that can 
possibly be listed tmder the he.id of charity as a 
luxury. Therefore they are dl.spo.^ed to apply the 
prunUiR .shear.s to charity If they feel an Impulse 
toward economy Of course. If (ttyid works are only to 
be the overflow from a horn of plenty that is running 
over. It is logical ^o draw back from them if the 
poekettood Is not as fat as it was. There i%. how- 
over, a nwse sensilUe way to look at %\uh mntter.s. 
The enterprise which depends on voluntary contribu- 
tions are most In need when th" fltianclal puKe Ls 
lowered. ThU .ihould mean that appeals for help will 
be examined whh a high degree of rvmpatliy. The 
donated dollar has extra work to do.— Boeton Olobe. 

The Sunday Chronicle of London has published an 
article allesrins; the ml.streatment of BrttLsh «ubject.s 
await Ing deportAtlon from the United States It is 
possible that tlic bruialltle.^ of our official* have been 
exHKKerafed In the interest of Anglo- Amerlean amity 
It the probabiuty U that the aU^aUcns come preUy 

a-se to the truth . . . The ha<l mann*r« «f 



persl.stentlv refu.sed to assimilate 
with the nonFYenrh Canadians 
even when they leave their native 
Quebec, and .so It Is proving to be 
with all those Central Buropeans, 
etc., e.g.. Mannonltee, Doukhobors 
and Ukranlana. 

It Is not two years since when 
propu in ; I q\iota on Continental 
European;., the Hon. Minister of 
Immieration was met with protests 
from a conference of representatives 
of the Ukranlans in the Prahie 
Provinces, who threatened to make 
thebr influence felt in the next Fed- 
eral election should this p ro p osal 
go into effect. Was this an instance 
of foreigners and the ^oiv of for 



freight station. 

The children were playing about 
the station, and. police believe, set 
fire to tbe barrel of petroleum, 
which stood inside a fence The 
barrel exploded and the explonion 
Icilled one child outright, one died on 
the way to hospital and another at 
the hospital. Four of those now at 
the hoqiital are in a serious oondi- 
tlon. 



MICH DAMAGE DONE 



YORKTON Sask . Jan 3 Dam- 
age In the fire at Fbeneier. Sask., 
early yesterday morning today was 
^ , , . ^ , .estimated at 130,000. Two ware- 
elgners showing how they help to | „ouges, two general st<»es and a 
build a tinlted Canada, or does It ! dwelling house were destoyed. Ex- 
show that naturalisation does not plosion of a gasoline oaused 



necessarily ehange a man's Inward 
allegiance? 

iTie European immigrant found 
It preferable to leave hl.s native land 
and settle In a Rrltlsh Canada, 
where he has In mast cases prf>;^- 
pered beyond his wildest dreams It 
is decidedly Improper for him to , 
now press his foreign code of living 
upon people wbo have been good to 
him. 

Even the MennonltM who felt 
themselves oppressed and left Can- | 
ada to live In Mexico and Houth I 
America are now glad to return | 
The main question to be answered 
Is "Do we want a united Canada, 
or a Canada of many groups and 
natlonalltleef Zf wa want the latter 
our pr eee n t policy Is correct, but if 



the conflagration. 



The Rhyming Optimist 

By Atlae Michaells 



bii 

clase to the truth . . . The bad" manners of Anier 
lean officials in deaUng with American clttzem re- 
turning frwn abroad are notorious. It may be assumed ' ^* former, then only British Imml- 
that the behavior of the bureaucrat* towards their fel- 
low riti7en^ u mild m comparison with the treatment 
.,r^n^c^r^ niir; ,s for the alien ha,, not even a Congress- 
man to whom he may oomplaln.— Chicago IMbaM. 



What to do with the aUUlcns of soidien who o^-er- 
nm Chfaa is sUn an unsolved pusale. Dlnbsnded they 
become baadtia To maintain them ermu millions. 
The money to pay them ^nd to meet the other gov- 
ernment expenditures l» uie rrux of the whole matter 
F^mds are no longer to easy to get as they were A 
long succession of bandit war lords have drained the 
co untry. A system oC ''voluntary obllgatton.v ha.^ been 
suceeesfolly UMd to eatraet mopey from Chin«se men 
of wealth. The Ux coOectlons have be«n extended 
as much as the country would tolerate But always 
the Med U for more eash— New Yorii 



Advice 
dwells 
ft T. 



like snow, the softer It falls, the longer it 
and tbe deeper tt ebibt lata tbe ariad.— 



gratlon L* to be eneouraged, e«pe 
dally when we reall7/> that the net 
result'; of the Immigration for 1928 
were a gain of lO.S.OOO for the for- 
eign element In Canada and only 
17.000 for the British, an adverss 
gam of six to one tai favor ef the 
foreigner. 

J wish to apologise, sir. for this 
encroachment upon yorir space, but 
feel tt to be against the best Inter- 
ests of our country to allow .such 
statements as (hose of Mr. Bou.-ne 
to go uBdMlkRged. 

■. F. 

1741 



"Ever gone around the world?' 
Inquired the other man ta Ibi 
smakln# compariment 

"7*0." replied the OrumpV One 
but I go round wUh It quite oltcn^'. 



THE CONQVBBOM 
In childhood years I thought that 
conquest meant 
Bright banners flying, calls of 
drum and fife. 
Confusion of gay sights and sounds. 
aU blent 
In one glad seaae of vieconr after 
strife. 

The conquerors? Ah, they 
proudly ride 
To martial muHo and the 
of men. 
Borne up upon tha ONik Of 
vast Ude. 
Erect, calm creatures 
strength of ten. 
But now. at last. I know some con- 
qtierors go 
With .sho\ilders t>ent and lagirsrd. 
plodding tread. 
Along the path no boastful bugles 
blow. 

No wreath of laurel erowns the 
weary bead. 
Ynt. rank on tank, UW 

letrlons go. 
The conquerors, 
will never know. 



with the 



Continued from Page 1 

power, or for 375.000 horsepower 
dining some six or seven months of 
the year, and upon which the com- 
pany had been carrying on very 
exhaustive surveys, was brought 
forward by Mr. Lome Campliell and 
others representing U\p West Koote- 
nay compnny. 

Mr H H Viiill. manai^ing director 
of the Ri-eves-Mi Doimki Mining 
Company, however, pressed for ac- 
tion, rci)re.senilng that so urgent 
was the need of his company to 
carry out the plans in hand that it 
would raise no objection if the 
larger proposition of the West 
Kootenay company eliminated the 
power plant which the Reeves-Mc- 
Donald had In view la the oourie of 
a few years' time. 

No decision was Riven by the 
comptroller, who heard the repre- 
sentation of both sides, and reserved 
his decision in the matter. ' 

The West Kootenay company was 
repre.sented by Mr. Campbell, the 
managing director of the company 
and by Mr H D. Hossle. counsel 
Mr. H. H YuUl was accompanied by 
Mr. A. C. K. Yule, consulting elec- 
trical engmeer for that company. 
A third party was repreeented by 
Mr. N. H. MoDlarmid, soUdtor. of 
Vaaeouver. who appeared for eer- 
aln American intersets, who had 
in view pulp works. 

PBOPOSED USE or WATIB 

The plans of the West Kootenay 
Power Company, as presented to 
the comptroller, dated back to De- 
cember. 1928. .jrhen the company 
was authorized to carry on survey.', 
looiclnfi; to the erertlon of a dam 
and the ui lli7.iition of the waters of 
the Pend Oreille, with the idea of 
supply in the main the power which 
would be utlliaed In the manufac- 
ture of fertiliser at the plant at 
Trail, how under construction 

There had been four dlfTerenl 
sitps f >r he dam examined Of 
these the last one. which was the 
one meeting with favor, provided 
an assurance of perfect foundations 
could be obtained, would call lor a 
dam 380 feet ta height, the greatest 
in the province. This dam would 
be about a mile from the conflu- 
ence of the Pend Oreille with the 
Columbia River and would back the 
water up tc near the International 
boundary line. 

It was pointed out that this dam 
would completely submerge tke site 
of the works that the Reeves-Mc- 
Donald company had ta view. 

To show tbe extent to whi h the 
Investigations were being ratvi^ 
out BO that there might be n<, n.i»- 
take In the lo atlng of tlie works, it 
was repress n .1 n it the Intention 
of the engineers was to sink a 
double compartment shaft on the 
centre Une of tbe proposed dam; 
tunnel across the ftver and diamond 
drill up and down the river from 
this tunnel so as to ascertain the 
rhararter of the rock and thus make 
sure of there being a perfect base. 
BSADT TOVDFTLT FOWBR 
The completion of the work was 
contemplated for 1933 It was 
further represented by the compajiy 
that It would be prepared to supply 
the Re.- f ' ' Donald company 
with such power as it oUgtat need 
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On the other hand, the Reeree- 
N*; Donald company estimated that 
an expenditure of $lJM.aM wotild 
be involved In the work It had In 
hanrt in the putting In of the dam 
contemplated. Howerer, It va« 
represented to be essentU. to Che 
dcTtaopment of the propertf. which 
showing up weO that tWs ea- 
IwaM lie nadertikRi in or- 
d« to get quick aetloa. II was 
therefore pressed that leaft N 
granted to fa alMMd a| «Mt wMb 
the work. 

A woman ran 'tand her popular- 
ity miirh beftrr fhnu she CM 

otner woman • 



NKW WFSTMINSTF.R 
COLD SiOKAi.R 
PLANT IS BU^Y 

The Pacific Coast Terminals plant 
on the Praaer River, near New 
Westminster. Is evidently reaching 
out for Its fun share In all kinds of 
trade, and tt to reported that the 
plant Is crowded, neeee sl tatlng the 
construction of additional storage 
sheds 

The following Information from 
New Westminster Indicates the way 
In which tbe plant Is beii« titlll/' 
by the growers of ^artooe Hnes 

farm produce : 

"Five rarloadii of Okanagan spplen 
are now in the Pacmc Coast Ter 
minalfl' plant undergoing special 
preserving experlmenta under the 
direction of tbe flanford Evans 
Oonamtselon and the Associated 
Orowers. The reeults of theee ex- 
periments are expected to open up 
a large exfK)rf tradr flirnuRh 'hf 
port next nea.^on f)t.lier Pxp^rlnT'nis 
ari" being rondurt^rl bv U\r plant 
at nomlnsl rates for the lUrtv Pro- 
cessing Oocnm It tee. the Kgg 
Pool, the Mainland Potato Com- 
mittee of Direction and the B.C. 
Oitfon Produoera Several new. and 
Important steaiMlii 
ing In refrigerator 
arranging to call at 
minster, as a r ssai t e€ the csld slor- 
agc faculties. 

"OSHWel cargo exports have been 
Showing a remarkable Increase 
this Winter. The new sConge rtied 
on the wbarf erected In MOvenikert 
Is now waaiana with goods and the 
Is Utam iMMd In the cold 



NOW! 

Aching Feet 



railMi Arabas. l i a s. avoUmi Anklsa, 
''■tnfal Tess sag Ball af ratn. Ashlas 
nSa— Tims and ackln rr* located th« 
' iw— Tima aoS aaala rva rsbavad 
thftr pain* sag hs lw i esspls h talar 
walklnc. 



FREE 



T wlU 

ToWH. Me 
eontinas ta ragarT 



ta irl 

Why 



A. a. BUWDtgaV Carta^aaSlit) 
Ki«feaH a sgi l ee W Tatas 



storage plant. Another storage shed 
dout)llng the present capacity, wtl! 
be built shortly. 

"A new traveling crane, rostint 
over I2S.000. ha« jii.st bern rleltv 
«red for haiirlllntr frplrhl (f 'w 
Ternihial"! t^harf Tills ( m ■ 
the caterpillar type and m < .tctrl 
oally operated 



A. tramp knocked at a kKrhm 
door and said. "Please, kind ]:>ny 
Tm a sick man. The doctor ?in.;iir 
this medicine, but f need so- m 
to take It with." The lady w* ' ui 
to help. "Poor ftilewl" she ssid 
you want a spoon and a gias'i "' 
waterf Tbe tramp answered, 
mtrai. X wouldn't trouble you. »u 
this medletne haster be took befctr- 
meals. Rave you got a meal baadarf 



FIFTY YfcAKS AGO TODAY 



rrtmm Tha Oailv Brttiah O al— u t. JaaaarT «. Itm 
OesHa. Oa»laln BSBMrauMi. 

IS 



. ^ ^ . Is Is to 

elfad In th« 

)i»t* Bht el 
( >o'»rnm»nl 

ro.intT rn,jri Dunne tlM f«av tSft 

th« fnunln r«url In ihn rlir 

tMu* T'l* Rai^k m HrxfM Coiumb:* vul call In Um alS r*4l»ack aet** 
saSMatB aa rnaar vnn a aav aM wm* SssMtifel Isms tt 





January Sale 
Now On 

Ev«ry Pair Reduced 

Maynard's Shoe Store 

649 YatM 8tr««t 



J'hone 1232 



WHKKE MOST PKOPLfc; i KADK 

Eojoy Warintb ol Sunner Suasbine 

rtfrM Hwt Aotoatatk 

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Required Iinmcdiately — Cood Modern 
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Client expresses preference for Uplands 
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hardwood floors, improved grounds. 

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< aimda, and OoBsul for •ItMdCO 
Uiitbh ColumMa. 

MEMBERS OK I IKM 

' "tiiT m.<-'.::\h-is of the firm who 
art- pioiiuiieai meuiberi ol Um ftafX 
are Mr C. E. Brown. VlM-pMldMIt 
and manitger of «ttw V^neouver 
branch; Mr. W. J. Ourney. serreury 
i»f the company; ICr. G. A. Melville. 
i*nac*r of the local stock depart- 
ment and director wi ih. ...miMny; 

► M Prpntkt- ti.-.i.M.'t I chief 
' ' ^ I .';<ii' ,uiil tlu rcu >r .1 ! J II- ; II III 
iM 1 K'Tii \ 1 iui. .')- I Mia ii,,,:i r . : l hr 
Now Ynik M ■ :, ..i,,, ,|, 

pa; Uiicjit^ and KJiUii depu.nmentb, 
v,lio t,'. hLso a director of the flnn; 
Mi a. u. Oliver, manafer of the 
bond department, who attandi to 
the London Modi Baohange boii- 
naes «f Um finn. and Mr Stewart 
Clark. wlu> it in chan . \\„ - ai 
eetate and inauranrr h lai .urui 
It b und'T ■ tixHl III- Mi Hi:in 
son and Mi olivi-i uiu bv 1 ; ('((lifiit 
' 1 'o the Nuimiiiio l)i,tii<h uf- 
!i'<- wliiTc ihfv will :ilways be 

1 ' 'I '<' inukf apixmit incnts to 

luf I all' Nanaimo clients who may 
ptirtlriilurl\ wiah tO Me thMD. 

Branfioii, Brown ds Oonpaoy an 
correspondents of the weU-known 
New York financial flm of Logan 
Bryan afld maintain direct private 
wlrea from the Victoria office to 
I Vancouver, New York. Montreal. 
Winnipeg, riin a; and all thr im>,st 
, iniporlanl sUx it exchangee on the 
North Aiiierican continent. 



WEST COAST 
imOTUBE 




Quietude MarkM 
Parit y Ojiemng 
' At The Hague 

• 

THM KAGUS, Jan. S.^The second 
-leetlng of the Hagtie RetwraHons 

' "iif 11 '. c opened here t...;i an 
a•,■^ll^|,;l(•I^. of concord it!.! aim 
that cuntru.-,i»-<l sliarply vmi i 'i,.- 
feverish beKiuiiiag of the lust uea- 
slon laat Aufuat 

The repreeentaUm ef Hfhteen 

Ettropaan powers and of the United 
States were sei^ted anmnd a siiuaic 
table In the Dutrli Houm- of Reprt-- 
senutlves wtun iiif session was 
formally declaied opened this after- 
noon. 

/ V > i S 7\ / \ / / \ s f r > \ After an addrcM to Queen WU- 
1/4 u lilt If I I. . . »»<»M»t« totJie memory 

lU is AM I I II 1 1 LULLh of the late Herr Oustar Stresemann. 



Entire Directorate of Qiam- 
ber Will Form Dq^nitation 
to Visit Premier Tobue 
Next Week 



.s^-renity 
, been convened. 



]who died since the first meeting, the 
ThMUt K««i«*«a«i*-i-.i-u^-^ continued ui tlic atniot*- 

t«^2i fiisiir^?^^**^r* i^*'*'^'" •^'^'•"'^y ^ which it had 

10 pusn forward the work upon the 
Ocean Highway next Sih iiit in order 
to connect thi."- wnh Port Sail Juan 
wa.s a stati'iiipnt made to the dinx-- 
Unv. (if III.' Chamber of C^ommerce ' 
at yesterday's luooheon meeting by 



UUrtiUlillAV 
TFFCTIflN IS 

MAKINIi STIII 

Pi i'!h- Minister M,u \-.< !; !«• 
kiiij^ Sf r:i as l.iIxMal ( .m 
(Jidatf HI l*('n(Jing (Quebec 
By-Eleclion 



I NEURITIS? 

NruralgiH'' Kheumatisni', 

I iv-t > ! tiv." l'n)UKlit aaffi, 8(x>«dy relici 
to maiiv BVillcifm from Nruntia, axnooi 
ihvm Mr. H. U. Stooer, Arkooa, Ont^ 
lie writes: "I %mA been ao bad I eouM 

wirilY bear lo jpl into bed al oif^k 
itut Z bona of THapklflB'a Rbaqaati) 
l^apeuloa made me entirely better^ 
Equally good for Neuralgjs. Rh«iinna. 
I.iinihaKo, Soiatioa. ' ' i m' i 

'lUK"' .V**' firid $ I stvoiirdt ! ■< 



MR. DUNNING MAY 
GO TO ORGANIZE 



FFADFRSHIF • 
liKtAINlII) 
OF MIIUNS 



E. S. Woodward 

Room 4. Brown Btock Phone 1765 



Continued froM Bflge 1 

Hall. Oeneral Smuts expressed his 
amazement at, the .size of the huge 
■ eat of ifMinilng. and expretaed the 
Ai ii that would lay the founda- 
Ucn for leadership in many branches 

AM • ^ . - . mtU 1 UtfW 

me jo «nv neea Tor gieatei xaciii~ i tn tue. 

tie.-? In the transaction of its largely "YOi: ARE MAGNIFICIKT* 
Increasing business and with the | "I have already given my Impres- 
yHw uf mjtmiii up t~ tfUsut BBdj***** Oanada," he jahL"ln7oiitli' 

more personal business in Nanaimo ^ "yg^^^i I WOOder ^at 
and the sunoundlng district. Bran- ""J*"^ ^ I 

son. Brown & Company. Limited, of ! f°"f ^^^fj^V iuooess In the 
this city and Vancouver, has opened .^i** before It. A nation 

a branch omce situate on the needs guidance 
ground floor of the MalMpina Hotel 



Mr. c. L Hanriaan. 

Excellent progreee. which Included 
the iMiildlng of four new brldfres, 
had been made duriinr tiie iwst 
year, Mr, Harrison added. Two 
(wUtlons had been received, one 
signed by thirty penons. comln? 
from Clo-ooea. and tb» other, with 
two hundred signatures, being sent 
from Bamfleld Creek. Both these 
petltlon.s a.sketl that thx» road Bliould 
be rontiM'icM firm Port Renfrew to 
\c< nn. rt pffo localities from 

which iJiey wnere sent azid vera 
addressed' to the Premlar of the 
.Provlnoa. 

I Mr. Harrison iwld that the bur- 
i Rented iindertaklnK would not pre- 
I .'^ent any serloii.s dlfflcnltv, once Uio 
I road had been built to Port San 
Juan and it was decided that a depu- 
tation composed of the enUre board 
should wait upoA Premier Tolmle 
some tiqia nast waA for the pur- 
POM of prMwilm tha patlttena 



mm mn 
mm Mi 



Miss CoBstanee PeUasler to Be Seen 
In SlMtw's -Arais and tlM 

Man" 'Monday 



Obituary 



Money Cannot Buy 
life Iniufftnce 

— «»«eany sciioua lmpnirt„r,,, i .i^, 
▼«W.T*WB.-. Are you Je<- ling hti 
I li'-ii to-day's tha day tslagBM. 



In 



QtOWNLlfE 

tNSllRANCE CoMBAXry 



at Naaalmo. 

Mr. C. L. H. Branson, presid e nt U 
the company, went to Nanaimo on 

New ycar'.s Day and on Thiirsdjiy 
opened the new branch Mr W G. 
Lythgow, who has been at the Vic- 
toria oitlce and hu.s been traveling 
up the Island for his firm for the 
last year, has been placed in charge 
of the branch, at which a general 
Inrastment and insuranoe business 
win be transacted. 

Speaking ye.sterday. Mr nran.vm 
said that the rapid extension of the 



I AC Wants traditU)n.s and Ideals that 
will lift us above sordidne&s. You 
have played youi part and I hope 
your young men and women Will 
continue to do sa" 

One of the greatest problems be- 
fore the pe<vle of the world was 
leadership, he sftld. And In business 
life. too. proper guidance meant 
everything "We look to universi- 
ties to help supply that culdanee," 
he declared. 

■MMRl UNITY 
Earlier in the day. General Smut.s 
addres.sed the combined Empire and 



stock and bond business of the firm ' Canadian clubs at a luncheon In the 



ProTioeial 

MKNtON S. BR 



orr , o Kog.n Bid,, Ve 
\^ i. J. KSNNY, CJ.U.. 



Lamb Storage Company h 
Incoipui uLed in f icloria 



' I I 1 ! 



UpciaiK )ir-, ill 1 iK ii ( ani} 

ciudc i>cvtt4i Vancouver Firms 



lu Carry Out 
registrations In- 



riie i,nnih .storoKe Company of 
Vu torla has been Incorporated thl.s 

week. With a capiuilzaUon of 

i'lU.OOO. 

Among the companies that hatre 
been Issued certificates of inporpora- 
tlon during the week is a very 
heavUy capltaUsed corporation with 
hMdquartiBrs in Vancouver, and 
rormed for the purpo.so of taking 
over and operating mining prop- 
erties In the Taku camp In the 
Nortli and elsewhere in ih'< province. 
Thf cHpitalUutlon l.s S.'i 000 OOO 

A 111! her mining company which 
1 1 I'-en hrrivUv eapllallzed is that 
■ Ml.- H.ihme Silver King Mining 

nipany, with headquarters also in 
.M)couver. and avtherlsad to Issae 
3,000.000 aharea «f no par value 
eanh. 

Other companlfs Incorporated 
during the week were nn foiid^s; 
C. steel A Oo . Vanrniivor. $50,000; 
r'anadlnn Gievhound (■o,i(hes. Nel- 
son, $2.5 000. Centnil Interior Motors. 
Prince (Jeorjce, $2:infK); Crystal 
Dairies. Vancouver, $.50,000; E. htmc- 




Donald Insurance Aganetas Pen 

tlcton. $10,000: Elk River Timber 
company. Vancouver. $750 000 
Olenmore Orchards. Kelowna $25 - 
000; Radln ni.sirlbufois. Vancouver 
•10.000: Hiversldc Farmers' Insti- 
tute. Pouce Coupe, under the So- 
cieties Act: Scandinavian Publlsh- 
w* v^T^""^' Vancouver. UAOO; 
w E. Davles Oarage. Penticton. 
•20.000; w. T. Mone"* Co.. SSS^ 
•by gicooo; Washlnttan Court. 
Vanoouver. I3S.0O0. 

°!*5^- Corporation 
incorporatein.nder the Ijomlnlon 
act is granted rr^,i,,t,Htlon as an 
exiraprov.n<-ial company with haad. 
quarters in Vancouver. 



had made It necessary to open this 
Up-Island branch In order to give 
Its increasing clientele In the district 
the best possible personal service. 
A fast and reliable flnancial service 
would be given, with frt/v-k exchange 
quotat pe. 

I r 1.^L.\.^U .VC.i..M.> 

The business which in future will 
transacted from the new Nan- 
aimo ofSce has previously been car- 
ried out by the head ofBce at 
Victoria and by Up-I.sland a^ent ^ of 
the firm. Mes.srs Rwayne T 
at AlbemI; Mr (i J FVirbe.s, at 
Park.svi!Ie. and Mi K U Thwaltes. 
who represents Brr.nson, Brown & 
Company at Quallcum. E:nington 
and the surrounding districts. 

As from January 1 the firm has 
taken over the business of Mr, FYed 
Field at Courtenay, a business whieh 
wa.s originally started In lf>U under 
the name of Mes,srs Hicks Ileach 
and Field Mr Hicks -Beach re.slgned 
from the firm In 1922, since when 
Mr. Field has continued to buUd up 
a first-class ooimtry business in in- 
surance, investments, rent oollact- 
ing. real esUto, etc. The ofBoe of 
the Courtanay branch is situate on 
the Union Bay Road and Mr Field 
continues as manager. The terri- 
tory served by the branch l.s in the 
centre of a large and growing bu.'i- ' 
ness district, consLsMnif nf 
Union Bay, Cumberland. 



Royal York Hotel here. He made a 
strong plea for unity within the 
Empire, and expressed tha oplnlwi 
that in the co-operation of the 

United Slates and Great Britain 
there wa.s tlie greate.st power for the 
future of mankind. 

Referring to the League of Na- 
tions, he stated that IS was stUl in 
the experimental stage, but had 
been operating for the px^t ten 
years with greater succe.s.s One of 
tlie things confronting the British 
Kmplre was the great ta.sk of brlng- 
nig together, on the same basl^ as 

thr' Iw'.iKUe of NatlOOS, tha NSt Of 

the world. 

Several Umes today, f^rn-^rai 
Smuts made reference to the K,)er 
War, during which he led his troopis 
agaln.st the British In expressing 
regret at the shortness of his 



SMALL CARS 

HIT wmi 

STAKN 



MA DF 

MdV IK 
I AM VLAR 



c;ampbeii my«r. aufq^baUtOB and 

Courtenay. 

The firm's outstanding object in 

the fostering of Vancouver Island ' 
enterprLscs. among the nianv coni- 
panle.s In which It Is Intereste.l being 
the Growers' Wine Company, the' 
Island Tug Ai n.irge Company the 
Pantorlum Dye Work,^ of Canada.' 
and the Vancouver Island Trans- 
portation Company, of which Mr 
Branson Is prasldent. 

In addition to his connection with 
Branson. Brown k Co . Ltd . Mr. 
Bran.non is also presldpnt of the 
Victoria Rt^k Kxcli.in:,{e and Vic- 
toria Bond Dealers Assocl.^tlon ; 
director of the Canada National Pire 
In.suranee Companv of Winnipeg 
and the B.c Worsted Mills; Argen- 
tine Vice-consul. for Victoria; Boli- 
vian Consul for tha Dominion of 



his 

Mav In Canada, he said he fejt it 
would have been a mistake on his 
part had he not visited Canada 
first. 

C OAI>.S OF HKt 

'I look upon this." he said amid 
laughter, "as a return visit or an 
old Boer for the visit of many Cana- 
dians to my country many years 
ago. it Is heaping coals of fire 

"The atmcKsphert 
much thai I 
Hoyston. i among friends." he declared He be- 
Comox, I'eved tliat the dominant note of the 



WARD— Funeral .services with full 
military honors will be held at the 
Sands Funeral Chapel Monday at 3 
o'clock over tlie remains of the late 
Walter Ward, who passed away at 
the Jubilee Hospital on Wednesday, 
aged fifty-five years. He came to 
Canada twenty-five years ago from 
Birmingham. England, and .serv»»d 
with the 30lh Battalion and the 
16th Battalion, C E F.. during the 
war He is survived by hUs widow 
and two sons. Walter and Archie 
Ward, at the family residence. 3142 
Highview Avenue, also three daugh- 
ters. Mrs, Esther Mackay ' Sent t lei 
Mrs. Lily Frates < Victoria i and .Mrs 
Violet Thoniixson i.Seattlei. and two 
brothers. Captain Ernest Ward and 
sergrant Thomas Ward, in Ingland. 

BILLINOSLEY — There passed 
away Thuryday evening, January 3, 
at the family residence. Si Marl- 
brough Avenue, Henrv B Billings- 
ley. a resident of Virtorla fr)r the 
';<--t ten years. He came here fro 
(ojueber ri'v where for many year.s 
he liaii li.cii .'ls.^oclatert with the 
lumber firm of BrustaU & Co. Al- 
though during his residence here 
he had been suffering from a ser- 
ious physical disability which kept 
him from active participation In 
bwiness or outside affairs. Mr. Bil- 
llngsley had made a large number 
of friends. In his younger days he 
was prominent in athletic affairs 
being president of the Weatmlnster 
Amateur Athletic Assodatibn. He 
was 4gso an officer In the Princess 
Louise Dragoons. During a busy 
commercial career he .served a-s al- 
derman and mayor of Mfwitcalm- 
vllle and was actively engaged In 
organizing the Victory Loan cam- 
paigns In Quebec City during the 
war. He leaves a widow and four 
sons, Wilson, with the Pine PalU 
Paper Company, Manitoba. Mal- 
cohn, with PembertOQ & son. Van- 
couver, and two youngar 
home 



Mi.ss Constance I'eliosier. who will 
be seen with the Maurue Ci)lbourne 
company when It plays here on 
Monday night in "Arms and the 
Man," is one of the most graceful 
and interesting personalities In this 
famous Shavian group. 

Miss Pellssler was educated m 
; France, but she is En!.;lljh in spite 
' of her iKime, being the daughter ol 
1 the late H. G Pellssjer. of London 
I Follies fame. Miss Pelissiar started 
her stage career in Sir n«nk Ben- 
son's Shakespearean company and 
has played In many of the festivals 
at Stratford-on-Avon She toured 
In England with Louis N Parker's 
"Drake" and Arnold Bennett's 
' Mllesiones" and then became lead- 
int; lady with the popular Zxmdon 
actor. Edward Compton. 

When George C Tyler prp d uo efl 
•Dulcy • in New York. Miss Pellssler 
made her American debut as Mrs. 
Forbes In that very succe.^sful and 
delightful hit. FollowuiK the Broad- 
way engagement, she gamed most 
valuable experience a.s leading lady 
at the Liverpool Playhou.se, Eng- 
I land's oldest established and moat 
successful repertory theatre. Oharlas 
DUllngham again gave Broadway 
the privilege of seeing this graceful 
and lovely artiste in 1926, when he 
engaged her to sui)port Ina Ciaue 
In "The La.st of Mrs. Cheney ' 

Mis-s Pellssler s exquisite liuerpre- 
taiion.s in last se;\.son s bills remain 
one of the vivid memoriea of the 
tour, and her admirers wUl there- 
fore be delighted to learn that she 
will play Catherine in "Arms and 
the Man." Her other roles in the 
present tour are Sylvia In Tlie lX)c- 
tor's Dilemma." Mr.s. Whitefleld in 
"Man and Superman," and Aunt 
Judy in "John Bull's Oth» Island." 

Mm \hmm in 




Coonty Company 
pavaled for ruriMisr <>r lir 
Animals f<»r h ur 



Incor- 



at 



^here has changed so Prl^rSSti^e^^^^Xin 'SS^ZJ^i 



British Empire was friendship, and 
that no matter what tha country of 
origin or what language was used, 

all were friends. 

This was not realized by many, 
who did no? give sufHclent thought 
to the enormous group which was 
knit together for the good of the 
world. But the feUow-feeling of the 
dUTerent 'races under the British 
flag was the greatest poUttoM group 
of the times. 

HAVE SOLVED PBOBLBM 

"We have solved the problem that 
humanity has been after for thou- 
sands of years." he .said ' in the 
British Empire we have something 
the human race." 



Royal Ju 

bUee Hospital wUl be held this 
morning at ll oclork from the s j 
Curry Si Ron Funeral Home. Rev 
J Sharp will officiate, and Inter- 
ment wlU be made in Ross Bay 
Cematenr. 



of great value to 



b.nuiday Morning m 

Thm Colonitt 



COPP'S 




nmm la tr- 



Mary pickford i..>,>k to driv- 
ing a nivver and the rolls got a rest 
Emil Jannlngs followad suit in the 

K t^f ^? 'P***' Hollywood at 
the beginning of 1929. Everyone 
who was SUfnclently enrrenched 
nnanclally botight a .small car and 
drove tJieniselves Tlio.se on the 
ragKed edge of money distress, kept 

lip the gic*y racket. They couldn t 
.'(Tord to atop-Hba tniih migjk be 

suspected. 

Eighteen short months ago w« 
had Tom Mix wHh his purpi. 
tuxedo, his diamond belt and wrUt 
lpt,s. his roach and four hU mono- 
grams In lishtj* on his rooftops, hln 
milk-white fleet of cars wlUt mitfers 
for radiator ornaments. 

We were so silly, and' so gorfMnis. 
so imposini. and amusing. Ve were 
mora aplandid than the ptolemies. 
mota prortirnv than Louis Qua- 
tone. and dumber than Harpo 
Marx Our ex -soda Jerks and boot- 
Bltrks and valets and clerk* wore 
their ermine so Jauntily. Our ax- 
ladles' maids and " Irtlwimsj of 
fortune and waitream aad what 
not. carried their tiaraa vttli awli 
extravagant hautavr. | 

We ware so sffly and m swell And 
thay had to eome along and makr 
HI praauaall 

MAN ASPnrXUTID I 

SAN FRANCISCO, Jari a 
man idenUfled as .«<htrley Maddox. 
Seattle aviator, wa.s found (k 
today In a gaa-fUled room. 




MARINE ENGINI U< > 
ARE €ETTFNG SCARCE 

Pay Alloat Not Krrping Pace With 
Inerelwea in Ram— atatlan 
on Share 



ocoNNOR The funeral of 
Henry O'Connor, who passed away 
In this dty January 1, wUl be held 
this morning at 9:lo o'clock from 
the 8. J. Ourry & Son Funeral 
Home, corner of Quadra and 
Broughton Street.; r?ev J. Sharp 
will conduct the service, and Inter- 
ment will i>e made in lUmm 
OMnatery.- ^ 

KELP BARS UP 



Bay 



WELLINGTON. N.Z.. Jan. I (CP 
Cable via Renter's).— The raetrlc- 
Mons on Immigration to New Zea- 
land. Imposed a year ago with a view 
to relieving unempidvmmt within 

the islands, win be c ntmued for 
another year, the Government of 
Premier Joseph Ward announced 
today. 



I he Longest Bargain 
C>>untcr in Town 

Look at Ilia Cal«ai« Wsi.t 
Adi today — and avarjr clijr— . 
and vnij'll 6nd ihiafB you want. 
\n<\ more ... if you have ttnme- 
thing you wiali to convert mfo 
put your goedt an thM 
IB town 



1 Attention has been fdbused lately 
I upon the ghortage of marine engi - 
■ em by an investigation which has 

■ en carried out In the Old Country 
Statistics are given to show that 
more ships are being built today 
than twenty -five years ago with 
more complicated machinery, but 

ne number of certified engineers 
available to man these is dimifuiihed 
The shortage seems to lie with the 
cargo steamers rather than with the 
large liners, where conditions of 
living are better. 

The causes nugsrested for this de- 
pletion of the Intel est in marine en- 
gineering? us a profession are said to 
He partly In tlie fact that the re- 
muneration abo€u-d ship for engi- 
neers although it has increased oon- 
side-ftbly m later years, has not ad- 
vanc-ii proportionately with tha re- 
muneration of the englnaarinR pro- 
••■■woo land. Than is also the 
attraeoon of short comforts since 
the war there ta said to be a paucitv 
of engineertaf appnoHaw In the 

workshlps. 



Best Remedy for 

Cou^h !s I.jimK 
MixchJ at Home 



quiekir a 



Quebec farmers are entering into 
another Industry, this time the 
breeding of mink for their fur. 
Prince Edward Island led the way 
in the matter of producinp; sliver 
fox for the fur trade, and this 
province has gone a long way in 
building up that industry, even to 
that extent that special regulations 
have had to be laid down by leglsla- 
Uon for the public protectimi in the 
matter of health. For some few 
years there has l>een a commence- 
ment In the province in the breed- 
ing of mink, and there Is already 
one large-sized mink farm In the 
Lake St. John district which tuui 
gained considerable prominence, 
and finds a rsfwly and high-priced 
market for the sale of pelts in New 
York, even to the point that It Is 
said that In a few years fox breed- 
ing will take second place to mink 
breedlhK frcm the lucraUve point 
of view, though. It Is admitted, the 
newer fur Indiutry is still largely in 
the experimental atage. Bvldanoe 
of confidence in the posslbllitias of 
the mink farms shown by the 
fact that the Provincial riovern- 
ment has just inc orporated a (om- 
pany with a $.50,000 capital for the 
purpose of establishing mink farms 
In the county of Beauce. though the 
company is not restricted to operat- 
ing in that county. It is avldent 
that tha new company Intends to 
enter the business in a scientific 
manner, since power has been 
secured to register animals and ex- 
change the progenlture. Provision 
Is also made whereby the company 
may deal In the fur of mink and 
manufacture any articles relating 
to sadl businses. and generally 
carry OB^any oommerrlal operations 
connected directly or indirectly with 
such business. 

It Is ftlAO asked that the company 
may acquire any trade marks, trade 
names, patanta, copyrlgbU. lloer.Aes, 
concessions and the Ilka, conferring 
any exdualve or nonexclusive, or 
limited right to use, any secret 
• information of any Inven- 
1 inula, re-ipe or process 

which may .«eem capable of being 
used for any of the purpoeas of the 
company. 



The Montreal Star today pub- 
lished the following: 

"Rumor was busy today b.ith 
among the rank and file and also 
among the higher stafTs of both 
political organizations In connection 
vtth the forfhconiiuK Federal by- 
election In ChateuuKuay-HuiUlng- 
don It was rumored that Hon. C. 
A. Dunning. Minister of Railways, 
would come u> this province to 
organise and conduct tha campaign' 
on behalf of Government forces. 

DISSENSION RIFE 
■ One of tlie explanations offered 
by .some of the polltlcally-Wiae 
observers, is^ ti.at with dissension 
already threatening in Bagot among 
the would-be candidates and their 
supporters, and with dissension rife 
for the past two months among the 
provincial Liberals In Huntingdon. 
It IS thiMu:lit Important to have in 
CliateauKuay-Huntlngdon a candi- 
date who will be so out.sf anding as 
to stamp out ain |)osslbllily of quar- 
reling among minor aspirants and 
any further tendency to defy t»»e 
official machine, as was the case in 
Beauce provincial election. | 
"There are. at the same time. ' 
good strategical lea.sou.s why it ' 
might be worth while for the Prime 
Minister to move htr^at from the 
Praines to Quebec, especiall y in 
■ o( the piospeul of a VMteiai i 
general election at an early date " 
PREMIER CANUIDATi: | 
Rt Hon wlUlam Lyon Mackenzie 
King, Prime Minister of Canada, as 
the Liberal candidate in the riding 
of Chateauguay-Huntlngdon. is a 
strong possibUity. according to in- 
formation received yesterday in 
wall-informed Liberal poUtlcai 
circles." The Oaaetta laya today in 
a news story. 

The Gazette mentions two ;-easons 
that may prompt the Prime Min« 
ister to contest the by-election. The 
first reason refers to the political 
situat ion in Saskatchewan in which 
Premlar King's constituency, Prince 
Albert, is located and where the 
Liberal partv was recently defeated 
In a provijici.il general election. 

rhe second reason given for the 
wish that the Prime Minister run 
in this province." The Gazette says 
"is that his election here would 
mean restoration of Quebec to its 
former place following upon the re- 
shuffle In the Cabinet when the 
Finance portfolio went to Hon C 
A, Dunning and no compensation 
was given this province." 




GERM/W fM'l Mt I It 
RECORD Hilton 1 iuii i I.I.VIU 

IN BMALATAS 



Force Way In Oald to f4.4&0 Feet 
Before Abandoning 
Attempt 

Heroic feau of endurance were 
performed by the par^ of Gatman 
explorers who have recently re 
turned to Darjeellng after their un- 
successful attempt to scale Klnchln- 
Junga, says the Calcutta correspon- 
dent of Tlie London Times. 

Starting on August 28 from their 
ad(yanced base camp on the Upper 
Zemu Glacier, at a height of 17W) 
feet, the climbers attacked a spur 
at the head of the glacier: a snow- 
storm, however, destroyed all theh- 
work, and th^ fear of avalanches 
caused a retreat to the ba.se oamp 
On September 20 tin v formed a 
camp at a height of 20000 fe<'t, and 
.spent ei^;!ii arduoas days cutting 
.steps In the ice wall. They proceeded 
slowly and with dlfflculty. and on 
September 30. having established a 
camp at a height of 23,400 feet, slx- 
cllmbqre and four porters prepared 
for the final attack. After three 
davs of cUnib'uy i'\ Intense c.-ild 
whu h reached :;n degrees of frost at 
five o'clock eery evening, bitter 
winds cau.sed them to abandon the 
attemi>t. 

Although they failed to aehlava 
their objective, they reached a 
height of 24.450 feet, whiob lg a 

record for a cllmh 

/ i uuds on ^late 
Charged Against 
Petroleum Firms 



SAN FRANCISCO. Jan. 3.— Re- 
quest for an immediate investiga- 
tion of chargca that employeca of 
several of the largest petroleum 
companies In the nation are lnvolv< d 
in a purported gasoline tax Iraud 
against tti.< state of C.illfornui wii , 
made in a lel'er to Attorney Oen'Mal 
U S. Webb tiKlay, by Mr, A I, \Vr .1, 
I general counsel for the Oeneral 
Petroleum CDrporatlon. 



ANIMAL LOVFR JS 
CALLED in 1)1 tin 

SPOKANE, Jan :) -Mrs. Martha 
Morley Stewart, ii.'ty-nhie. who was 
known throughout the country for 
her devotion to the cause 6t kind- 
ness to animals, is dead. In : f<w 
York. Chicago and Spokane .she re- 
ceived rec:)(,'nlt:on a.s an author and 
lecturer on animal topics One of 
tier books, "Greyhound F'aniiy," was 
written to persuade children to be 
kind to dumb animals. 



Scandalized Jiidt;.< ''o enraged at- 
torney): Silence I I fine you five dol- 
lars for contempt of court. 

Enraged Attorney (planking down 
•20 bill) : Five d(>nars doesn t beg n 
o express my contempt for this 
court I 



BufTvmi: Hello, old man! Haven t 
seen you for yeara. What ara you 

doing now? 
scunum: I'm a lawyer. 

Buflum: aonest? 

ScufTum: I said I was a lawyer. 

I^n't that enough? 



"You don't know how nenroua I 
was when I proposed to you." 
"You don't know how nanrous I 

was nntll vnn did* 



t!^^^^ BLOOMS 
OF OLD ENGLAND 

You can fivw the miaint varietiea of awoal 

Smellni^ flowers of your ( hildliood dayg. 
Hie sectis are obtainable direct from Kydera 
in 2d. pAclceta. g«t the best. tnie> Eng- 
liah r'-^i.'-' v< . t^ : !' '<ts. 

RYDERS FREE CATAL06UE 

ronlain* • lull li$t •>( old and new fi 1 lillritSS. wiA 
many coloured plates andpicturet of bcandfui floweva 
Write lor your copy to P.O. Bo« 661 Ollatva. 

Ortltrt fwr •■«,/« ma»r $« MH 




NINE K4LLEI) AS 

FLYER HITS RI S 



Yoti'Il npvor know ho 
■tiibborn cmnh or chest rnlfj ran be 
eonqiierH. iinfil >oii irr thi« famoas 
recipe. It la ii«e<| in miliioim ..f h- mo*. 
bee«u"«' it irlvca more pronift. p ^mvn 
relief than anythins eliie. It'a no tron. 
iMe St all to All and roata hiit a trifle. 

Into ■ 1« 01. bottle, pour 24 ounces I WOOR I FH Ohio .Jan .1 
•f Pluei; then Mid plain Kraniilnted i persons were killed at .S(,irw 
surar sTrup or Rtraiaad honey to make ; tonlaht when a 
16 ooiK^ Thia aarea two-tbirda of ' """""^ * 
tha Bieaer uroally spent for cough 
medirine, and glm you a pam, bat te r 
reaiedr. It never apails. and 
good- children like It. 

Too can actaally fee! its 
Ing. Hoothing aetioa on tha 'InflaBcd 
throat maaibraaca. It la aUo alMMn-bcd 
into fh« M..,M? whrr» it aeta dirertty 
on fh» t.r.Mi. I. nl <r.h,-n At the nm» 



Tbe Daily Colonu>t 

'Wuit A4 Deptrtmmt 
10 PJL 



« AM. to 



11 



, Urae. it |ir..ii!|.tlr looiwnn fh#ferni-l8d« 
one remedy Is advanced in refer- 1 i>hl«>rm Thu tl.r»» fold anion eiplaias 
the fiiiallfylng period de- ' Irinm aucb quick relief evva la 

arvere hr<'n. hial eeai^ vUsfe Mlaw 

cold epidemica. 

Pinex la a liifhW rone^ntrated aaBi> 
DOnnd of t'nutnf Snr-mnr PIna. etto- 
talalag tb« nrt,TP axrnt of rmMotr, in 
a refined, palaUbU form, and known 
aa oa« of the CTSatot healinf ac^nta 
for arrera COVgha, cheat colda and 
hroarhial tre a Maa 

Do 

It Is gaaraaceed 



ence to 

mandert before the engineer la al- 
lowed to sit for his examination 
Eighteen montlis ia too long. It is 
claimed, and twelve montha would 
t he purp oee Also the dU-< 
bi*WMn fusllfvlng hv ex- 
In ebasttng steamers and 
to dM|>-sea ships is •„,, arbitrary 
*J«W b« abolished altogether. 



Nine 
Ohio. 

Pennsylvania Rail- 
way flyer struck a biu bearing 
twenty high school »TasktrtbaU play- 
ava and rooters from Burbank 
Ohto. At least nine others were 
seriously injured and were being 
treated In the cttv hospit«l here At 
least three of the nine dead 
girls or young woman. It 
ported at Wof)Ster. 



a Mkatltato for Plamu 
to l^va iff HI I taUaf 



We know many women who are 
not strong on logic, but who gen- 
erally do the right thing. Th^'re 
like atches which point to tha cor- 
rect hoar, but have 
Maa how thay do It. 



no 



_ «P. or man. why 
don^ yen drown yonr sorrow? 

Old Man--^a Mmr than I am. 
and. wtMTb mmm, Umg wmM be 




T 7' 71'''<'"^*nt •« n«t publUM or displayed bf the Lmoor 
Controi Board or by tbg Oorcniinent J BritjgTcSiibZr^ 



jrHgJPAjULY CQX.ONIST, VICTORIA, B.C SAiLRDA\, JAALAKi 4, VJjQ 



1930 Specials! 

•TAKt mOHTt WIWB PgLlVgK Y,AT Ci^aH P IKCB8 

Heinz Pure Tomato Ketchup, lai^c bottle* 125< 

a for 49<^ 

Reception Blond Krrsh Ground Coffec, re;j:ii!ar 'jOc Ibi, f( 

At»am blend Tea, 4 m . ot free with pound 5fci<* 

BmprMM Pwr» 8trawt>ei r v J »m, 4-!b. tins 69^^ 



lilTYByiLDINO 
OPENS BRISKLY 
FOR NEW YEAR 



IN APARTMENT 
IN IW YORK 



li 



tiuarantliic siUliun ai WllUaiii Head 
Inspected i,038 iiccvx^ea vrsbt-u. ac- 
cording to Dr. GtMitar Brown, 
quantfiitiw BMdlMl flttnr. Durtnt 
int the qusra^Mwi ■unmitH for 



Del Maiz Banuiu Corn, tins 
Tender Aspwiflli^ 1-lb. tin 
WhoW WhMt Fknir. 24-1h 

, 9 I. OS 

Hogera' Syrup, b-lb. tin ....3bf 



Large ^diua Claia I'runea, rcg. 
18c per lb., 9 lb». for .....a7< 

Sago and Tapioca, 2 lbs.. 1B< 

No. 1 Japan Rica. S lbs 18f 

I prtM Jally Powders, 4 
lor ~~ -~ .27^ 



Aulhori/iri^ 
of Nrariv 
Out 



a Ki-[ ! 



Itobin Hood Family Flour, for bread or pastry, 5<lb. packets. 
'. Free mixing bowl with 2 packages, for ..66^ 



bi.x f'triiits, 
l".\f " ndit CI »• 

al Cily [iail L)c^>d^Uaeiit 

TWO D}9 IJ IJISGS 

TO BE ERECTED 



Adellrte (BiirMoa) Molatset. 
2-lb. tins 1>8^ 



Reindeer Cocoa, with milk hkI 
sugar. 35c tins 23< 



Royal Crown WaaUng Powder, per packet. 21^ 

Pearl White Naphtha Soap, 6 bars for -'^r 

Royal Crown Claanaar, 8 packets for — i.t^^ 




Heathar YoUat Paper, 10^ rr.iis, 

4 for 26^ 



Whix Floor Wax, hard finish. 
75c tins 60^ 



Aaaortid Sandwich Biacuita, regular 35c lb., ior 



Red Arrow loda Crackars. 

packet i60< 

Swedish Brit Bread. 
1-lb. packet 

Christie's Graham Wafers, 1 Tillicum Rum and Butter 
large tins, regular 70 c. B8^ | Toffee, reg. 60e lb., for 45< 

California 

5 for 



Peanut Brittle,. Special at; 

per lb 20f 

Eagle Brand Sweet Chocolate. 
' 2 -lb. cakes, regulat 

for n*c 



25c 



King, Bellflower and 
Baldwin Apples, box. 



$1.35 



Nice JuUjr Lemona, doMii....'....2af 
Califorala dastar XsWaa, per 

box iS4 

Callfomlr1t& t W slnn i a , lb., M# 
Presh Salted PMnuta, per lb.. 
Florida Orapefniit, each, SOf 

and IS^ 



Naval Orantes, dozen, SO^, 40# 

and ,,. .804^ 

Fresh Rhubarb, bundi.-..3.".ao^ 
Trimh Comb Honey, tomb......3a^ 

Grimes' Golden Apples, fine for 
eating, « lbs. for 36^ 

Oincer in Syrup, jar, 494 and 23^ 



Netted Gem Po ta to es, 

IS Ibi. for 



50c 



Freeh Turnip Greene, 4 lbs. 
Good Sound Onioni, 7 lbs. for HHt 
Fresh Cauliflower, each, 95^, ao<« 
and 15^ 

Anchor Brand New Zealand Fiaset 

i'er 111 

a lbs. for _ 



Small Navel 

1 1 '■ I '111/ 

Head 



Oraagei^ 



Lettuce, 



27c 



Large 
and 

Fresh Turnips, Ihs 
Fresh Spinach, per lb 



racli. 



tor 



16c 
15# 



Proapeets for InUltHnf 
tlon In Victoria dwint 10M appear 

very brlKht. if the ectlvlty at the 
city bulldlnK department yesterday 
(uii be tiikeii a.'* a criterion of what 
will follow duiliiK January and the 
Miccepillnn months 

Building has started aiX briukly 
this year In the city, no less than 
six permits belnc Issued covering a 
total expetKlltare of nearly $30,000. 

The lartest permit taken out at 
the City Hall was for the ereetlon 
of tlir first uiii' of thp CridKP Me- 
morial Hall, ut 20 Hlanshurd Street, 
on the site now orcuplcd by the 
Siuiday .schn tni'i 'iiir ,,f the 
Church of ' ' ■ I . isi of 

$9,.'>00. The auiiday bchool hall will 
be demolished and Its plaoe taken 
by the new structure. 

Ifr. J. C. Christie win make reno- 
vatkms. which will cost $2,000. to 
his auto repair shop situated at 941 
View Street 

A permit was ls.sued to Mr Walter 
Calwell for the erection of a six- 
roomed frame and stucco dwelling 
at i!>6i Ash Strret. at a cost of 
$3,800 Mr A. Mlddleton Is the 
contractor 

Mr H A. Farmer, pnmrlator of 
the London Pish Grill. liW Oorem- 
ment Street, secured a permit to 
eorar the etnstruetlon of private 
boxes In his restaurant quarters. 
Mr. G. F. Durant will be In charge 
of the contracting work 

Building of a frame and wturco 
dwelling and a Kara^ro at \2m 
Seavlew Avenuo at a cofit of $2,600, 
for Mr. H. W. Beer, l.s covered in a 
permit Issued by city Building In 
i^pector James Barf. Mr. L. Janrl. 
Is the contractor. 

Lee RSnry Chanf. Ohlnem. ob- 
tained a permit to effect repairs and 
alterations to his store at 641 Fis- 
•ard Street. 



_ Hugh 

Charlea Catt. of Lumby. has been 
'appointed stlpendlarv maptstrate In 
and for the coun \ -t YkIc. and to 
fxerclse the pou.i-, ..nuired by 
the .Snoall D. Ut.s C.uil.s A( t ovpi a 
reelricted area, which la set out In 
tbe enler-te-councu appdnllat Itfai. 

tn«inr«-rjnp ( (.umll — Apixilntmeiit 
lii< li •■n iiiiulr nf 1 'I of e.'-.sor Wllilan) 
y ' ' i MTiiiK f K ol the fai l,:: \ 
'• ; ■>'.1 M u-n.'c, University of 
iiii'i. ;; (■ .Miihiii. llarold Gardiner, 
B.£)c.. A. u. Langley. mining en- 
gineer, and W. G. Morris, mining 
•nglneer. all of Vanoouirer. to be 
members of the ezeeutlve council of 
the Association of Professional En- 
gineers of the province of British 
Oolumk ia far the year UW. 

ANNUAL MEETING OP 
COMMUNITY CENTRE 



Lake 



Hill OrK.iiii/.idoTi I lci't» lis 
f .i I iisuiiii: 'V 1-a.r $# 



The annual meeting of the Ijake 
Hill Community Centre, held In the 
Community Hall last evening, was 
largely attended, the reports ren- 
dered by the rptitin^ • ■ -< sliow- 
Ing that the year i i.i , bp<"ii a 
very succe-s-sful one for rhi- nrnan- 
Izatlon. Tlie election of officers f n 
1030 resulted In Mr Walter Ped 
being re-elected as president, Mr. A. 
McCallam re-elected as Tlee-preal- 
deac and Mr. KaUr as secretary- 
treasursr. Hie new board of direc- 
tors are Messrs. Mitchell. F. Borden. 
Peddle. McCallum and Kelr Work- 
ing committees appointed were 
Buildiiiff committee, Messrs Currle. 
F. Borden. Webster. Mitchell, Mc- 
Callum, Peddle and Mercer: social 
eemn a t t e e . Meedames McOallum. 
Msroer. Peddle, Miss Borden. Messrs. 
MoOallum, WWbster. Mercer. Fred 
and Harry Bofdeg; card rlmmlttee, 
Mesdam«s Cantlon and Peddle, 
Messrs Mitchell and Mlle.s. sick and 
visiting conundttee, Mr. and Mrs. 
Peddle. Mr. and Mrs. MeOaUum. 



M.in and Woman Lose Ihcifi 
Lives and bight Firemen 
Are Overcome by Vol 
umet of Smoke 

I H (f f \/'/ (ls/(;> s 
AtLOyH'A.W tint 



Save $ 1 00 on a New 

Canada 

Piano 



t iMlLY QVAHIU I 

KM)S / N IK KrLDY 



Mild CheeeOb 

per 11) 

Majesdc Loaf Cheees, 

per lb. ..— ^.......M.,^... 

Purs Lard, 



Ser II). 
lbs. for 



Domestic Shortening. 

per lb » 



27c 
.27c 
19c 

18c 



ugar-Cured Bacon, 
piece cut. per lb 

Small Mild-Cnred Pieak 
Hams, per lb. 

Peanut Butter. 

I"T.il. 

Sauerkraut, 

3 lli.s. for ... 

Potato Chips, 

pkt.. 1B# and 



43 c, MANSIONS OF MVD 

'..»\M 

33c 
22c 
15c 
25c 
10c 



Direct Shipment New Zealand Lamb* and Young Mutton 

Young Gr.iin Fed Pork — Note the Low Prices 



N£W ZEALAND LAMB 

Shoulders, lb ao# 

Loins, lb 26^ 

Iveg s, lb „ 30<» 

YOUNG PORK' ^ * 

Shoulders, lb 20<i 

Loins, lb. ..^ — M*c 

Legs, lb _ aro 

.Side Pork, lb 25# 

Pure Pork Sausage. B lbs., 4B# 



NEW ZEALAND MUTTON 

Shmildern, lb 

i...ms, IK. ao# 

LcKs. 11, 25^ 

CHOICE QUALITY BEBF 

I'riiiic Kil.n Ih 28<» 

i.'Mii Tl|)^. Ih. 3ft<» and 80< 
Rump Roasts, lb.. 33^ and 28^ 

Rolled Roasts. lb. 25^ 

Pot Roasts, lb » 1S# 



lb.. 



lb.. 1S# 



H. O. KIRKHAM & CO.. LIMITED 



D.ii».,T Dj-t. SM2 Fort Street 

Oro(fry Phones 



Dept. 5521 
her A Pruviaions 

.S52I .S.S20 



Up-lsland 



OW A 1>ATLT 

'"owlchun ImX 

: I'lnmn, 10 SO 
4 P 

aaaiaw and 




BViLT IN PERU 

Tliousands of yrar^ bf-foro Coliim- 
in^J^ the Inhabitant , of iVrn built 
IMP';, palaces and temples of mud. 
r adobe. uTites A. Hyatt Verrill in 
the December issue of Science and 
Invention Magasine. In an ahnoat 
rainless and treele.<;s land It was the 
Ideal material, and although de- 
.serted and expased to the element.s 
for countless centuries, the mivvsivr 
adobe walls, the Immen 
and the houses of the people still 
remain almost intact and unaltered. 
The Spaniards were quick to profit 
by the experience of the people they 
conquered and adopted adobe as 
the material for thru- own biilldln«s. 

These earlier mud buildings were 
constructed by the simple process 
of piling large adobe bricks or 
blocks one upon another to form 
the walls, and In order to support 
the weight of heavy timbers, floors 
and roofs, these walU were of 
necessity enormously thick and 
maxsive Moreo^ver, there was a 
limit to the height to which such 
walls could safely be carried. Tlie 
wfifht of the adobe itself was ener- 
meus. and its resistance to a crush- 
ing strain is not very grea^. An a 
result, mopt of the cnrlipr adobe 
btiildlngs wpre lo* and .scldoiii more 
Uian two stories in hcljcht. Occa- 
sionally, however, very imposing 
buildings were erected, and the 
great cathedral In Lima is the 
largest adobe building in the world. 

Instead of erecting Immense thick 
walls of adobe bricks, the modem 
structure has a framewfirk of light 
wood covered with a lathing of 
cane, metal lath.s, wire-netting or 
light steel as a foundation for the 
mud bricks. By this method laige, 
high and elaborate adobe buildings 
ara erected, and when the outer 



WINNIPEG, Jan. 3.— Two women 
and a man are dead tonight follow- 
ing a quarrel between Herman 
Stranberg. sixty-five, and his fifty- 
year-old wife, at theh: home iti.lU>\ 
Tyndall. Man., this afternoon. 

Mrs. H. Stranbprff and her 
mother, Mrs. M Weldniark, seventy- 
flv^. were .stabbed by .Stranberg, who 
then c;)mtiiitt(xi sulridp by shooting. 



NXW YORK. Jan. S/-^ i''.u. an ' 
a woman died tonight in a Ilie 
whli h .swept throiiKh the «ir and 
elevat.ii shafts nf tlie iii.iiex bulld- 
UK (if the (a.^ll^1 ii.ibl«- .ipartment 
hotel Marguery. JSlght firemen were 
ov er eome fltfhthiff the Waas. 

Tlie fire was preceded by an ex- 
plosion In the sub-basement. Flames 
shot up through the shafts to the 
roof of the eleven -stxiry building, 
showering sparks on the penthouse. 
A.S firemen battled the flames, a 
second explosion shattered windows 
In, shops on the ground floor. 

Mrs. Louis Lelchtenheimc sixty, 
died on account of a heart attack 
after .she had walked to the .street 
f r( im 1 1 ; .f i ,1 ' ! nient 

The i).^iy •>! a iniui believed to be i 
William ('a.s.s. an engineer In the 
I'M tiding, wa# found In an elevator 
ich had steppsd a$ tbe fourth 
floor. ^ 

As smoke and flames swept 
through the building, the light.s went 
out and the elevators stopped. Fire- 
men ordered all ponson.s out. Police 
carried from the building several 

persons r s ml s s e fl unqcnse ieus Iqr the 

smoke 

mi mm 

A I v 

Demonstrations of Physical 
Training and Swimming 
Feature A n n i| a 1 **Open 
House** ol Organization 




V a 



1 



Piaiiofortr 
tfiat brt akft all pre 
cedeiiLs. A .sweel 
loned $.i9,S ( anad V 

piano for $2961 

Pay as Little 




On Deliveiy 




GHtAl AI lHACHOi\ 



TRAIL, B.C., 'Jan. 3.— Axel Noran, 
aged pioneer, was found dead in hi.<> 
leiiiple.s near Wanota, In Pend Oreille, 

and today the coroner, a provincial 
police constable mid others climbed 
to the shack to conduct an investi- 
gation. It is believed NdTan died 



suddenly two weeks ago, possibly ; 1^'*-^ prix-eeded 



A large number of peo|iie at- 
tended the anniul "open house" In 
the Y.M.C.A. last night, when dem- 

)nstrafloiLs of physical tralninR, 
svsnnmmg and nuxlel aircraft fly- 
ing were given. 

The .spectators crowded the gal- 
leries of the gymnasium and the ap- 
plause which greeted each event 
showed how much the demonstra- 
tion was appreciated. V. Shoemak- 
er acted as announcer and described 
the methrni of training as the dis- 



wlth heart failure. His body was 
lying on a bed in the ahack, and 
hia horses, still 
standing unfed In a nearby stable 



For a child of only Ave years 
Freda possessed an enormous appe- 
Consequently, when her little 



tlte. 



playmate Invited her to tea. Freda's 
mother i npre.wd on her daughter 
the facr that .she must eat very 
sparing iv 

Tea was very nearly over when 
Freda's hostess, noClelng the little 
girl's eyes, said: 

"Well, wont you have another 
meringue, deart" 

Freda was between the devil and 
the deep sea. 

"Um," she replied, remembering 
her promise not to always answer 
"Yes. please. ' 'Well, the idea isn't 
exactly repugnant to me." 



Tlie senior leaders' t inder 
the direction of Archie McKinnon, 
physical training instructor, per- 
formed a number of anuudng stunts 
on the parallel bars and the long 
horse. "These young men give their 
services to train the youngsters of 
the association. 

VARIOUS CLASSFS TAKF PART 
"The "prepe." < -mp ».sed of the 
youngest boys who train at the "Y." 
gave an interesting demonstration 
of group games, which Included 
races with a large ball aiui trundling 
a dumbell with a long stlek. 
• The Junior employed group, un- 
der the direction of Harry Robson, 
gave a fine exhibition of mat work, 
which Included all kinds of forward 
and back somrr.saults 

One of the most popular events 
was the deraonstratlaii of class wotfc 



If yon Ihi.c always wanted a piano ... if you have been 
waiting for tiie right opportunity to present itself . . . then 
here it is: For many years the Canada piano has been held in high 
esteem among the music lovers of the Dominion. It is sweet-toned, 
beautifully finished and designed in accordance with the most 
modem ideas of pianoforte architecture. It is every inch a splendid 
instrument aiid good value at $395. We offer a limited number 
only ... all brand new instmmcntt ... at this sHmiooi- 
enally low price. ^ 



rCHER BROS 

("VICTORI^V.) LTOc 



1110 Doitclaa ttraal 



IIcuLlh ufhi Diet Advice 



By DR. FRANK McCOY 



Through Freight to ^.ourtenay and Cuitiherland leaves 
every T^aaday afternoon ht 2:30, arriving at its destina- 
tion at 8H)& Wadnctday morning. 

With a fleet of fourteen trucks, in the charge of capable 

and experienced men, we are in a position to offer you the 
very beat of service. .\o matter what siae your load, we 
can handle it Phone us for particulars. 



Island Freight Service, Ud. 



1901 Oovanmaot Btraat 



Phones 8250 and 509 



.surfaces have been covered with a WHY TEETH CAVrriES 

stucco of plaster or a coating of ■wTiiie examining applicants for 

•prav-Mi renienf. and have been life insurance, a large company 

jaintj-d nnd finished with oma- found only one perfect set of teeth 

mental pla.ster work, no one would per 10,000 people. This Is certainly 



evidence that few know how 

properly care for the teeth. 
The problem of tooth decay 



to 



dream that they were of adobe. Of 
sueh constructloa k the magnifi- 
cent Rimac apartment building, 
which may aptly be called a "^ud- 

flat ■ with it.s beautifully finished in correct, especially with adults, since 
lerlor. it3 pas&enger elevators and i hard or soft teeth are formed dur- 
every up-to-date convenience. Pala- Ing babyhood and childhood, and 



toothaches may Bpj>ear In never 
a tooth shows the first indication of 
decay, the cavity should be flUed 
whUe it la smaU befove the nerve Is 



on the parallel bar.i, performed by 
members of the intermediate lead- 
ers' corps. Tlie Junior .school corps 
gave a splendid demon.stration of 
freehand work, and the Junior lead- 
ers carried out a fine dl^lay on the 
buck and springboard. 

MODKL AIRPLANE DISPLAY 
William Young gave a good dem- 
onstration of the capabilities of his 
"Baby R.O.O." model airplane. The 
airplane made several flights, cir- 
cling upward.^ to the level of the 
Kaiiery and In every oaso making 

a perfect landing 

At the coni lii.sion of the display 
in the gynuia5ium the audience re- 
paired to the swimming pool, where 
Colin McFadyen, the swimming 
coach of the "Y." took charge of a 
demonstomtlon of aquatic training. 

Starting from the novlce'.s first 
les-sons the dl.splay pa.s.sed through 
various phases until the last stage 
of prof icieney sesmsd to have been 
reached. 

EXHIBmON OP HOBNBS 

.Not the lea-st Interesting feature 
of the evening was the exhibition of 
hobbles which wa.s held In the boys' 
recreation room. Here were displays 
of snapshots, birds' eggs, stamps 
and coins from all over the globe, 
beautifully made models of aircraft, 
beaded novelties. hand-<'arved totem i 
polej. rabblta in homemade hut^ h'-s. 





WE START THE 
NEW YEAR 
wak ■arm mm .n 



PAINTERcrSONS 

% 17 CORMORANT ST. S36 



FOOTB ALL Ai NE-UPS 

FootbaU Una^apT' for tedaTs 

matches follow: 

EsquliJialt Juniors Barker. An- 
derson and Warder: McKechnle, 
Hicks and Mitrhell. Wright , 8lewart, 
Clnrk". McL,ean and Evans. 

Victoria City Juniors vlU be 



The accumulation of starehv food . ^. . 

in the crevlce.s of t he teeth could ! »«*^ ^ woman's auxiliary of 



, ... selected from Hood. Moody, OelllBg. 

and even a prosperous looking cat, ; g^j^,. stofer. ReteoaTwootoeS. 

ITL^ "SSli^ "^'"^ Oarmlohael 
■ xcellsat refroshiasnts were 



IV ^'5, 40 and 
! ro^frd I.ainpi, 



60 Waff 
racli 



III.' 



(Jr in cartons of 
lOO-Watt at. each. 



6 for fl.ir. 



Hawkins & Hayward 

eiMtrlraJ QMU«y mS a.rrl.. SI...,. 

1121 Douglaa Street. Cor. View 
PhOM 641 



U be largely jirevented If 



we would 




New PUUjI far 

Will i^ave LUe 



NKW YORK. Jan. 2 
bUnd hsOrtessnsss o( 



Rlm« of the 

Ufsboata at 



Tha onny. tha navy, the 

lrwpe<>tion aemr« ef the DepartmSBl 

f>' .mrr- ajul th*^ ri xuit^oiard 

haw uiuur deveiopmoat a device to 



IS a man eaa amy IS hki 
noetat Itia equivalent of a stsnSanl 

'ah"K>"Ul* 3W0 t*^l high with % 

-00 caodlepowcr 
far 



The de\-lce re^nnbles a big A^' 
caUbre pistol, although it* barrel is 
a little fatSv. it fires like a pistol 
and pnijeft.s upward two hundred 
feet (ir more a projectile about the 
slee of a big oannon cracker Thii 
burau and rslsasss a M.OOO candle- 
Poww flaiw suspended from a 
parachute 

The siispended light buma thirty 
reconds and the pistol Is designed 
to be reloMlcd with one hand so that 

ZSi ~ •* 

Wavea washing over the lifeboat 
or water ^w«.mplng It have no effect 
on the rrliabuifv oC the ptstot Its 
- JUaH I *^""j»-">n been stoced salt 
w sum watar for more than twentr-i 



tlal hoqias and mansions, office 
buildings, bungalows and Moorish 
palaess are all built of relnforood 
adobe, whleh In and about Ltana 
.<<tlll holds its own In competition 
with concrete, and one ambitious 
citizen pven erected a mediaeval 
castle of mud. 

ALASKA CKTTim 
WINTER'S TOUCH 

.TUNEAU. Alaska. Jan. S/— WMb a 
wind varying In Intensity from thirty 
to forty miles an hour, this section 
of Southeastern Alaska experienced 
the first rigors of Winter today. The 
temperaturs had fallen to 0 degrees 
aboive sero, the coldest weather in 
two .\ears here and hiL^ine.s.s hou.se.s 
had sufferM ronslderahlr dntnage 
becnii.se of plate glass wuhIous being 
blown In .Several house.s were par- 
ttallv unr<Kifed. Elxtra firemen and 
police were on duty to prevent ftrsa. 



easier to understand than it is to make a habit of chewing nome hard 
. ... . .. vegetAbie such a,^ a raw carrot, after 

eating, or if we would thoroughly 
bnish and cleanse the teeth after 
each meal. It Is algnlfleant that the 
front teeth ealled the Indsora or 
biters are not as subject to decay 
as often as are the first and second 
molars. If you examine vour teeth 
in the mirror you will .see that the 
front ones do not have the same 



the teeth cannot be made harder 
after they have fully developed. 
Soft teeth are as a nde a result of 
using a diet that is dsAelent in cal- 
cium and fluorln up to about the 
age of ten. Mothers ran in.sure 

better teeth to their children If they _ 
provide them with an abundance of biting surface or the abundance of 



the YJbl.C.A. 
entertainment 



at the doss of the 



CANAniAN NATionai, 

RAII.W ^ Vs 

The -Oontlnen , iited " leaves 
Vancouver 8 5fl v r.-, laiiy for Kam- 
Jesper. Edmonton, fhiskstoon 
Ottawa, IfoB^rsal. mak- 
um Moss eennaetlOQ for MArlUmr 
»tj6 Onlte d a > |t SS points. "This train 
carries thramll Standard sleeper to 
Chicago via Duhith and also through 
standard '•' • • to K*" 
Armstrong luul Vornon. 



food rich In the.se two elenim'.s 

The first indicatlorw of drcnv in 
a tooth are u.sually on the blMng or 
grinding surface. ThU Is because 
of the small pits and impressions In 
the teeth whsse food pvtiolas nmjr 
lodge. The real cause of the decay 
seerrus to be the adds thrown off by 
the development of bacteria In these 
food [wrflcie.s These acld-fontllng 
bacteria work moat readily In med- 
iums contaiiilnR sugar or starch 
TTiP arids flr.^f attack the enamel, 
nn<l when thl.s has been di.sjsolved, 
the harde.st part of the tooth stnic 



.small crevices as the back teeth, 
nie teeth should be kept cleaa of 
'artar but If the brushing la too 
vigorous soma harm may be done by 
machanloal injury In cleansing the 
teeth H is advisable to use care not 



Mir^OK aOtKL)( 

IVTERNATTONAL LBAOUt 
Buffalo 3, UamUton I. 
Cleveland e, Magara VWIa 5. 

AMERICAN A880(?IA-nON 

'f ? .St Pan' ■> " iiei. 

( \ < Ol f / / H/: 
iO lit tXlLi\UtD 



t LX . 

R, mnS^ 
class 01 ' 



VANOOirVER, Sh 1 AlTSedj en 

tered into the class of "Irtg business" 
becau.se of It* I.VHi.OOO annual finan- 



MrMllInn nnd Noble 



Luyloii Douns ^liuler 

NKW YORK. Jan. S.— With a con- 
sistent brand of Mlllards Johnnv 
Layton. the carpenter cue wtiard 
from 8t Louis, opened the defence 
of his three-cu.shlon title bv th( 
defeating of Harry Rhuler. youth 
ful New York star. ftO to ^0. In th< 
first game of the national tourna- i 
ment at Palm Oar den tonight. | 
Layton ran tha Slott S» tertgr-eight 
Innings 



Indigestion 

«■« AU stMBMh iMsarSira 



urarrtptlvo yaaiphltU «• Losi or 
Mandnrvi and OlMrdart of M*n, nt 
111* of Wf.m.n, on ekln and n' - • 
OlMiiwt. aUo on. Ol M.rh.l ; 
m.iil o( Chronic UlMMtt, »lw. • j 
or,. In Plata ravalee*. tr»» t>> 
oil. opm benra t le t t« » 
" Mea.. Tkars. ans m aair. 
taa Birausa nanat 
•MramulsT. un. 



iiinouncements 



to out the delicate fle.sh aromid the clal turnover, the Vanrouver Ex- 
teeth. For this reason It l.-^ a grxni hlbltlon AMoclaiion plan.s to become 
plan to select a soft brush rather even bigger through t)»e construc- 
than a hard one. and the brush tlon of several new buildings and 



sh'Mlfl he thoroughly sterlllaed every 
fr . , xtie teeth should be 
bnLsiied from all directions, 
peciaiiy up and down and mMK 
them. Any good dsailfnea aay be 



ture ha« been broken down. After I used 

^tTTt^ aVo ; s;a;".i'rnci.mTr:^kiz ;i 

1. eaten thro,igh the dentin It may 2k*ch woujT rV^' toi^'-^^ 

pulp or the acid -forming baetsHa. This oon- 
' itUon can be improved 1^ " 



ev^n reach 
nervo ■ an« 



the 



central 



OAXADIAN NATfORAL 

uLLt BKJincs ntoai 



HEAD -FIX 



SickaillimNRRtidttta 



kaUne-formlng diet 
I have prepared 
• rtlclas on similar si 



an 



twenty-four 



as. •ninos Rupert" every Monday 
t p.m . for Prince Rupert. Anyor «■ < 
Stewart. 

Purtnlghtly asrvloa j^ueea Ohax- 




lUL VANCOtVUt 



UHVQ 



subjects to those 
dealt With In thbi article, and I will 
t>e pleased to send them to you If 
you will wrtte to me in care of this 
ncwapaper, sending a two-cent 
amp for each article you desire 
ui assist in parUy paying for the 
cost of prsparatlon and maUhw 
Why Teeth Decay — OfWilw 
rong Tseth — Pyorrhea — Baby's 
-^tii — Trench Mouth — Alkaline 
V Id Balance^-Pood Minerals 



rr,rrespnndent,s wishing to coa- 
■ inlcs,f^ with Dr '.f, Coy ShOUld 
Address letters I>r. Prank 
CO McCoy Publicatlona, Tn r. 
CO, jSouth Ardnon 



expenditure of an additional 1960.000 
according to the jrearly report of 
Mansfsr J. K, Matheson. A bv-Uw 
for ttSOjOO wWl be asked Bh»trtly. 

WANT iinfniin\ 
OF iar>l UK I 

WINNIPFX. Jan 3 —The removal 
of the restrii tions on Ukrainian tm- 
migratico to Canada was asked last 
night In a assotatlon passed at the 

concluding ses si on of the Economic 
Educational Oooferenee of Ukrain- 

Ism 

Ukrainians come to Caruula to 
st^y. said another resoiutlon. which 
advised naturallMtlfln to an 
Dkralnlan launlgnata. 



Ei«e«roiyais u a branch Of the 
medical profeR.Mon and Is a safe and 

permanent tretho»| In the treatment 
of facial disfigurements generally 
Miss Hanman devote* her time ex- 
cluAlvely to this work in which she 
ha.s had 20 years' e x perlenee. Ml 

Toet weaeiiig raquaea the best 

Ui printing for yow 
mvtutieas. 

lampies eC ear wertt eS 

'S. 

If7. 




Women's Canadian Ctab— l<ir% 

day .laniiary 7. 2 49 pm. Empreiw 
Hot,tl. Mrs W. O Wilson. • Ramblet 
Around Rome. " Pianist. Miss Mar 
guen*'- l>e' )in. \ocalljt. Miss Porter 



Che$t ( linir 



Dr A. 8 I^amo. traveling pro- 
vincial h^lth ofncer and tubercu- 
losis specialist, will hold a chest 
clinic In the Jubilee Hospital. 
SpenoK GUnlc. from Jairaary 6 to 
II, boMt S ajn. to l pan. 
nations at tbsee eUales aia 
anyone wishing a 

ShORiId • -I'l ..T'. 

his family doctor, 




Sciuwl. 



phone 
^^^^^^ 



'"ornmenctng Janu- 
'I.-; Quadra Street 
3MiR; Sir 



Hallaor. Clilropracter, Ptiyilo- 

tie r — '—' 

SOL 



ItU^ 
New 



Tams, IIJI, at The lleehlve. Riik 
Stockings that will not ladder, ii oo 



Rubbers 

Oturanteed Quality 
AU New Praah Stock 
DON'T PAY MORE 

Childrao'o • 65c 
MisMi' . • 75c 

iMdim* - • 85c 

Boy a* • • 9.S< 
Men s - - 99c 

Stewart's 

TWO miisi 

DOUGLAS 



MM 



Vieiaria 

BulldtiiK 
OH A 



eg Art, eoi Union | 
D. O. CrbtMI. Dip. 



Vlcimia Kebeel af r ipremton r> 

f^>rn- ?='t'urday. January 4 if' 

i views by appoin t ment. Phone ISB. 



THEDAILY roi.nVTcrr \'icTORIA. B.C SATLKDAV. |A.\l \RY 4 




HAS 

MM fRMS 



II,,-. , ill, [(..'.„, (lit- Wfiiifii ii 
lii>mij!.- lt.i>a. I mk UfM. Mrs J 
A HiiJif' itixk.Hi..! Avenue, nur- 



X m MS (;i NKROfJILT 
ULMhMlSfcKCU Wiru SKA- 

■ONABLE oirrs 



I ^cry pict 11^.-, ( hiLitriias decontlons. 
, >^ ttUtfren • booU. whwJ ctelr; Aaoo- 
yineiMi pv Dsvld Ltd, on* 

bos gfwnoDhooe raeorda; Major and 

Mill Bar. on«> rav 
erackera: ^v.^ n w 
Peaw. Victoria, toy, K <) im < ' 

-I lii-tl'lj'f HsfiutriiHl! ilH 

Forks tin.s 

Sidney f»«.k% r as ihiii. clothing 
and ■■■t ,-i !'i:.sc«Uan«oua 

fflXti; Mrk. D. H. Jonei. Sait OlM- 
•ow Avenue. Victoria, boakt; '^fa- 
. . , , Pl« Laam." QuaUcutn Baach. Hal- 

Hieruu were ffeneroualy remind- loWtn fina; Mia* 8. White. Van- 
fui of tha Queen Alwiadm •eto- eourar. candi«; Mm n e Btu- 

bridge. Royal Oak. rhUrtien boolu 
vat cnrutinaa aeaaon. aa a pertiaal of , Anonymous vi. t.Tia. our parrel ..f 

»n© loiIOWlng list of donors will dla- I toys; HunliKhi ( !im1. Nmi-i, Van 



Ni 



VtammUf Bmrf 



)i'>Uy. I'on Aitintxi Junior Had 
Crufts. toys; Mrs. Fos. ROIlMHlk. TX, 
twoka and OltfMaouM eraekan: Mrs. 

Mar ftovr-Mlla House, 
_ _ c andies, grapes; Junloi 
I'd OlUii. Victoria, and otinri 
large collection of a<i«ort<Kl toys. 
I.ear firhool. L»-ar HC. one doll. 
;• f.and.sberg, Victoria. Jam. Mrs 
l'ui,,.iil ;i;Ml Mr'. !tiiN:,ell Ker. 
K...i,.1 .\ . Mr Rich- 

.Mr> fitiendrlgh. (iraiid V;«;oiu, ujya; Mr J. R. Jones. 

Allies gitapicr. I u i) K 32:8 oia.iKow Avenue. Victoria toy- 
Mi: Nichotoon. VletorlR Avenue'. 
t«y»; Mrs. TlUon. Victoria. Christ- 



M Banidajr, Alart Bajr. lis 
M. J. Jowltt. ptr moftA Tnist 
•380: Rotary dub of Trail 
Christmas glf'. jin s .l.Im.sJu 
nior Woman ■^lM:l.^lv, Vn t.in.i 
^■■>'' ■'■ I - I F' a ■■irTv ,A>.'.iKi;i lon 
Vicluil.i .i> No 450. 

and Vict.'.i Local. No. 

332. $10. c» H May. We^t Saanlch 
Head. tSO: esUte J. A. Virtue. Vle-> 
lorla. 11X00; Bcllat Chapter. Na It. 
OMM^ Prlnoe Rupert. $U: Cbemal- 
nus Muaieal Society. Chemalnus. 
•10.25: Rotary CTub of VlctoHa, 
•ISO: Reve k. 
Revelstoke $.'bi 

Hou.-M- '■..■hi.nl, (Jiuiges. $8; Hliii. i . 
fe'iind tv School. Hlllleis $2 IS, .<-B]r 
)'«• ,. ttic .So- 
$14; voluniury donations at 
1090. •MJ4: 
' ' ' an. II. 



1 ' > 



ThQ Playhouses 



}< M 



rl<v.e 
Owing 



'coiiv.-r, .scrap h.-.k,'- A n. .i i > riiou.s. 
to the large number of V t ' iria. to.v.s. Mi ..s K M. Hill. 
3nonymou.s contribution.^ and tlw i !\ mlth toys, Mrs. Van der 
press , r work Incident to the hoU- Hyden, Seattle, two liama; Mn. 

wax almost impoMlUe for Mooey. Vleterte, teya; Mr. Jbnei. 
Ui,' htaff to accurately list the fflfta Chemalaua. applea; Anonymous, 
sent In for the children, and If any! books; Mrs. Ooorh, Rhawniiran 
g[ th e kind donor* have by chanoa Lake, tov^: rapt , i m inif 
Men overtoekad It la hoped by the Cobhio iini 
Solarium dlreeton and others con r n ut;. . ! i a m 
neoted with the Institution that they iukI .\tr.s (W s mui 



fflfts; the Misses Lennartx. 
aidney. gifts; Mrs M P Gordon. 

Victoria. t.iyv Mr-. (ialt, 1320 ; of Peace River 
Rockland Avenue b'xjk.-, and assort- | larlum 
Pd tn\s Miriam lemple. 1 )aughters | the 8<>larlum during 
of the Nile. Victoria. Klft.<;: Mrs. C ' 
W HiKKle.s. Victoria, candle.s; Mn 
NIrhol, VirtorU. sulUtMs; BaUoUT- 

yu. en s nay Women's InaUtute, 
Balfour. B.C., gUts; the 'Danfleld 
Golden Key Group. Victoria, toys; 
Mlai V. Fowkes. Victoria, toys; Mrs. 
■. Oreene. Victoria, one sweater; 
Cobble HUl Bakeiy, Cobble Hill. 
Chrlstmss ctke; Mr.s Oldham <:ob- 
'>'-• II 



rLAiHOtSI. Ihe I i i ji 1 s and 
TWMATWM trtbulatlom of a 
young man afflicted 
with a decided Inferlarity complex 
form (he lacldenta arwuid which 
the thama of "It Caa Be Done 
Glenn Tryon's latest Unlversai 
produrtlon Is woven. It will be seen 
1 iiior Red Cro&!>. at the PlayhoUM TlmllO fOT the 
lJ,ii>.bi (jf Por;uh\- lu.'-' ti.vie.s today. 



m\mm 



will accept this explanation 

Following if, a list of donors and 
'tit I Klft.s: 

Ml. Honor the Lieutenant -Oov- 
'•rii ,<- f.,\.^ ;,nfl fnilt; Department 
't AKruuUure. Victoria, fifteen 
t'ox.'s of apples; MIm Oldfleld. Klk 
Lake, Jam and JeUy: Mr. O. B. 




I. .r 

Bay, one 
cake; Mrs. White o.iklands. Dun- 
i" "1 e box Japanese oranges; 
I K Wells, England, boy's 

book, Mrs. Philip OaznaU. Royal 
Oak. toys, fruit.' etc. Mrs. Diomton 
Pell. Victoria, books; Mrs Hall. 1124 
l^Jrt Street. Victoria, lam, pickles, 
haadhWrtllefa; Madeline and Rlcl 



.iiid !»-,»( 
School 

M '!' 



'.<;iaiie.se oraiiKe.s. children I 
''111 )ii Chuich aunday 
■oy.s. p. Burns, Vlc- 
-r .Mr Dickson, turkeys; 
V, Brentwood, toys; Dr. and 
Ml.. Maxwell. Ladyanlth. oranges, 
shortbread, plant; Mn. Moss, Cob- 
ble Hill. Christmas cake; Edith 
Sanlels and Miu-lel Svans. Duncan, 
toys and bof)k: ; Harry Sweatman. 
Victoria, book.s, Mi.s.s c Whldden. 
iMiiiraii. '.)■. haK>, Mr.s. Whidderi 



Entertain at 
Tree and Daoee at Leeal 
t«arter*-.200 Attend 



( AFIIOL One of the most bril- 
liant premieres of the 
new tbaatrlcal season 
the New York opening of 

"Young Nowheres," the new First 
National and Vltaphone picture 
'Starring Richard Barthehi ' i 
All! close today at the * .ipi; , . 
K.r,i :i- Voung Nowhere.s. ' which; 
iia.v Lceii K'pcted by critics all over 
he Country k.s one of the most im- 
portant pictures of the year, is based 
upon a BMnaalna ftory by L A. R 
WyUe. 



ard Trigg. Mount Toiinie, toys and and Mr., owen, Duncan, color cubes; 



V 



V 



RLACKSEAL 

mm 



New 

Records 



F'OB'a viaa 
rhm* aa 



> OB'S 

rhM* 

RADIO-UECTRIC 

LlMITtD 

635 Fort St. Phoo* 9111 



Mrs T W Hobcr'son, 13.'>2 
.St I'.unrk Mtrcci oiu- ca.se oranges, 
candle.s ' .si rai hcona Sately 
Matches. ' per Miss Kitty Lake, 
Strathoona School. Shawnlfan.toys; 
Anonymous. Victoria. Christmas 
Slits; -A Frland," Vlctatta, Christ- 
maa gifts; Mlsa Cheeklelgh.Upland.s 
Victoria, two sweaters; Miss Bayers, 
Rocabclla, face cloths; Mrs Dowall. 
1419 Haultaln Street, Christmas 
glft-s. ihn children of The Play- 
hou.se, 308 Beach Drive. Christmas 
gifts; Mrs. Ross Napier. Victoria, 
toys; Mrs. Hotham, 1026 Pemberton 
Road, toys; Miss J. Crease, Victoria. 
Christmas gifts; Un, Beran. \m 
Ross Street, Victoria, one doll; D M.. 
Victoria, one dressing gown; Mrs 
W. A. Carlyle. 050 St. Charles mreet, 
ehMven's b.x)k.s. Donald S. Robert- 
son, Victoria, one box toys; A Friend, 
per Mrs. A. Oale. Haanlchton. one 
pair stockings; Mr.s. Greenstead. 
North Saanlch. books; Mrs. Roas. 
402 Chester Street, books and toys; 
Miss Ada Render, Wttaen** Ward. 
Jubilee Hospital, two scrap books; 
Harry and Cuthbert 'niomi>son, 2640 
Muagrave Street, books; mLss 
Ravenhlll. 



B c Telfj)hone Operator.s, Duncan 
kiddie-car; Mra. G. Taylor. Che- 
malnus. toys and bad socks: Primary 
Department, Duncan United Church. 
Duncan, scrap books; Barbara and 
Michael Oorfield. Duncan. to\ s; Mr. 
and Mrs. Huhibird, Chemalnus 



DOMINION Im.Tglne. if you can. a 
THEATKh policeman m a n y 
Members of the city Police (orce Ameruaii city going 

made excellent hosts to over eighty | unarined; huntliu down 

children and 200 adults at the an- 1 f'' • >s»ibly at the n : his 

nual Christmas tree, concert and ^^e. with no weapon to deteod hlm- 
dancc held in the leoal headquarters I self. The dlflercnee between Bag- 
yeeterday. j llsh and American poUee methods is 

The programme start^-d off with I revealed to "Three Live Ghosts. " 



oiff TIB tCRFEN 

I .iiniol -Dick Barthelmes* In 

YounK Nowherea." 
c oiumbla— The Last of The 

Duanea." starr1i« Tom Mix. 
Demialan — Beryl Mtocar In 

Three Live Ohoata." ■ 

ON Tm 8TAOB 

Collscom Dr RaymMMU thO 

Mystery Man. 

PUyhouM- -"The Oaptnin and 

the Kid.s " 
> arlety 1 N Leifch and 

Company offer "Bablea." 
Crystal Garden — SirtawUlW 
and Dancing. 



llCOUSEUMj 


1 KIDDIES' MATINBB. 1:10 


All Kinds of Fun Today! 

1 RoUor SIntM. Don»— Frtol 

1 Also 1 Caah Prise to the Bey and OM Who BMa tfaa Toy Wcyclef 


Talking Pfetures | 

1 DR k A S M 1 > N i ) j 


ONB COMTUm snow TONIOHT 
i>o«rt 0»Mi •( A 1-.. rirtai.' .1 



refreshment's for the children fir.st 
and for the Rrf)wn-ups afterwards. 
Later, .Santa c;iau.s made his her- 
alded arrival and presented all the 
children with a present each. 
• From 7 o'clock to • o'clock the 
guests were entertained with a con- 
cert In which a nimiber of local 



United Artists' all -talking comedy 
drama, now playing at the Do- 
minion Theatre. 

COLISEl'M With acts of wizardy 
THEATRE and hypnosis. Dr. 

Raymond, wall known 
mind reader and magician, is 

artists took part. Toby Leitch. of "tounding large audiences at the 

fruit; Mrs, Frank, Victoria, orange |*^* Toby Leitch Players, now play- U^oHs^um Thc iMo. where he is ap- 
and cook book; Palm Dairy, Victoria. '"^'^ "'' Variety Theatre, was I P<''^rlng thi week in conjunction 

ice cream; Alderman Worthington |^^'^*""''^^ delighted the gathering ^''t-i a first run all-talking motion 
Victoria, one '■ubscrlption to'*"^^ sdectlrns and dance 

St. Michael st. Nicholas' Harknes.s enterUlned 

magazines; Mi.s. Whiting, Sidney ^ number of slelprht-of-hand 

tricks, while "Yorkey, " the ventrilo- 
quist, caused plenty of laughter. The 
presentation of "Our Gang" comedies 
delighted the children and grown- 
ups, and proved a fitting con^huion 
to a good programme. 
Tlie evenings programme ended 



Mauricv (.olbourne 
Vf lU i ft I war 
liernuid bhaw i*lay 



in 



toy; Mrs. smith, Musgrave. B. C., 
books and clothing; Mrs. West, Eng- 
land, books; Ruth Hammersley. Vic- 
toria, scrap book; Pirat Rovston 
Brownie Pack, Royston. toys; 
"Eureka Club." Ketowna. toys; 
Pythian .Si.sters Naiiaimo tors; ■Va- 
cation JSclii>->l. (« 1 Mrs Whidden. 
gifts; Mrs. Hughes, Mrs. McMillan 
Cobble HUl. proceeds of raffle, for 
Chrt-stmas extras, $35.00; Ladles' 
Benefit Association, Chemalnus, for 
Christmas extras. •15.00; Mrs. R. 
Bird, Victoria, toys; Commander 
and Mrs. Alleyne. Victoria, oranges; 
Mrs. Crawlrv and Mrs. Vauglian 
Victoria, glft.s; Connie and Dick 



Victoria. Christmas Worthlngton, Vict<jria, toy.s Mrs J 
glft'S; Mr;; Villers, 1 19,'j Fort Street. | Sardine. Victoria, child's swing; Vlc- 



plcture entitled "Mister Antonio," a 
picture starring that popular aetress, 

Virgin'. '.'(": 



COLLMaiA 
THBATBB 



Tliere ndll be only one 
more opportunity to 
see Tom Mix. the WU- 
llam Fox star, in The Last of tne 

Duanes," at the Columbia Theatre, 



Is the chocolate bar m :> 
able to the soldier m the n. i,; .n.. 
ammunition, and l.s idealism only a 
flattering n.mie for romance in poll 
tics and religion? Bernard Shaw 
says yes ' to both, and he proves 
his theorie.s vuth many marry capers 
in that gloriously satirical play 
about an unherolc hero, called 
"Arm.^ and the Man.** 

"Arms and the Man" will have its 
local premiere at tlie Royal Victoria 
Theatre next Monday night. wlUi 
Mr. Colboume In the role of the 
dashing Serglus. Raina's betrothed, 
who is described by Shaw as the 
operatic tenor type of hero Mr 
Barry Jones will be mast engaginK 
as Bluntschll. the chocolat^'-eatln;. 
fugitive, and Miss Margaret Rawl- 
ings wUl play the sprightly Ralna, I 
hero worshipper and hero maker. 
Miss Constance PelUaier will be seen 
as the stately Catherine, and Miss ' 
Phillls Coghlan as the wise and mis- 1 
chievous maid. Louka; Mr Rule 
Pyott as PetkofT. verv blustery, and I 



VARIETY THEATRE 

TOBY 
LEITCH 

and ALL-STAR CAST in 

"Babies" 

'rkrM Rparkllnc Arlt of Srintlll*! 
inw C*mrd>: l>on l Mta* It: It'* 
a 0«M MUM •! L«whl«ri 

Paul WaUaca. the Irkh T«noi 
and 

Spencer's S-Plece Orchcsu j 

TONIGHT AT 8 

T; kct Office Oven : i s 

35c 



BARGAIN 50 

MATINEE bUU 

TODAY AT J:30 




VARIETY 



he puts om in the many 

situations. 



Victoria, tfiy.s and Jam. .Mrs Ward. 
Sidney, toy.s; Mrs A Morkill. I'.-in- 
berton Road, Victoria, Christmas 



RED TAG SALE 

SPECIAL TODAY 



I ' \ VSI) COKKtK StT 
s. t TP production of old 
■ffii-ld iiIhI* on copper. Very 
• Mlve Rrcular tlSS.OO. SlMelal 

'ifnr taa.M 



IJIDreS' TOILET SET 

Bru»h. Mirror And Comb SIfrllnB 
iliver; beautifully rriB.-iirlrd. Resu- 
Ur 1133 00 To rIfKr 

ONE ONLY 



LADIKS' nANDBaos 
Hrti leather Hsndb—.- lUcuUr 

n 50 To clear tZ.PS 

R««l Laathcr Handbac. RetuUr 

1 10.7*. To eUar ss 93 

iMUier RaadkM. lUsular 
111. SO To rlear f | o-\ 



torla Public Library. Vlct.<,na, books- 
Mrs Harvey. 27:il Rase Street* 
Chrt.stmas glft.s; Mrs. Rankin. Sid- 
ney. Christmas gifts; M«. E. King 
Victoria, Christmas gifts; Ladles' Aid 
Hollywood Sunday School. Victoria 
toys; Mrs. Huntington and Mrs 
Rhodes. Cobble Hill, crackers- Mrs 
lOrove.s. Wostholme. Ue cream for 
all; Mrs. Cyril Penzer. 1>04(J Chaucer 
Street, book.-: Mrs .1 Hall. 1211 Old 
Esquimau Road, ChrLstmas gifts" 
I Mis.., E White. Chemalnus, Christ- 
mas gifts; Mrs. Lothian. Bushby 
Street, Jam and gifts; Anonymous 



which will have its final .':howlng to 
with a dance, ;a whkh abnut 200 '^'^'^ M.x s work l.s remsirkable , Mr Lambert Larking ^.s Nicola, very 

guests were present. During the, f""" ^ takes and the thrills | cunning, will complete the excellent 

evening a buffet supper waa served. 

Lleutenant-Oovcmor Bnio«, ac- 
companied by &«8s Helen Mac- 
kensle. and CapUin Molson visited 
the function earlier in the evening. 
The party wa^; met by M.ijor Ans- 
comb and Mr.s. Ansoimb, iiiid Chief 
of Police John Fry. Police Coiiuiiis- 
|.sloner.s Walter E Staneland and 
I Andrew MrCiavm were BlM pmont 
during the evening. 



THEATi» 



CAPITOL 

LAST TXMBt TODAY 

Richard 

Barthelmess 

IN HIS NF W A 1 ! 
TALKING PIC I UKEi 

''YOUNfi 
NOWHERES" 

Marlon Nixon 



see AND Hean 

Laurel and Hardy 

In tb« AU-TaUInc C'vaeSy 

"HOOSEGOW** 



News 



Fables 



NO WONDER 



Judge Ben B. Undsey. at a din- 
ner in Denver, said in defence of 
modem youth: 

"It's no wonder our young people 
are out-of-hand. Look at ihe rx 
nmple their fathers and mothers set 
tiit'iji 

The young, you know, are very 
ImiUUve. If they see people drink- 
ing, they want to drink, a smoker 
makes them want to smoke and so 



VARIETY 
THEATRE 



Replete with wit and 
hum. jr. with laughter 
in every minute of its 
fast-moving plot and action, the 
screamingly funny farce -comedy in 
three acts, "Babies," will be pre- 
sented at the Variety Theatre again 
this afternoon and tonight by Ray- 
mond Toby Leitch and an aU-«tar 
ca.st 

Till is the rollicking comedy 
with which the immensely popular 
Toby Leitch Playm haw scored a 
big hit in opening their stay at the 
Variety Theatre. 




Mr. Alfred Heather. Formerlv 
"Berrar's Opera. " .Speaks to 
B.C. Dramatic School 



of 



Victoria, pencils and colors; mLs.s i on. ni tell you a story 



I S-D 



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S-Dar Bantf-Pmlntad dwk. Rttu- 

11150 To rl»«r Jit) 'i". 



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ll«tular m.te. 
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Contmning 2» pleoM. BMulir 

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TWO OWLT 



We Are Clearing Certain Broken Lines at Sacrifice Prieaa 

Mitchell & Duncan, Ltd. 

JEWELERS 

Phong 675 Cor. Oovgnuntat and Vi«w 



Time Is Money 
Use the SAFETY CAB and Save Botii 

Phone 8800 



SCOTTTSH 



NIGHT 



SUNDAY 

5tii B.C. Coast ling^tCaaadn Artiliery Band 



.t OF COMMVlU E AltOrrOBIVM 

ALL SCOTTUIH 

aoNoa AMD Mvaic 



I sitt r.M. 




'po us Print inp^ is more than jutt putting 
words into type. It is the creation of 
a work of art, be it a simple little annonnrr- 
mtnt or an elaborate booklet. Hence we 
take all the pride of an artitt in hit craft, in 
each job; and that ia the secret of the 
•Hperlative quality ol Coloniat Printinf . 

THJL COLOM s T 

12a Broad ^. 

MOXBmDtfra UTROORAPHXNO, PKINTINO 



Mary Pease, Victoria. Chn.stina.s 
Rifts; Claire King, SS.*? Harbm-er 
Victoria. Christmas Kift.'- BLsiiop 
Cridge Chapter. I O D I, ( lu i.stmas 
jKlfts; Ooldstrr'am .hinior Red Cross 
ClirLsdn.i.'- mils. .Sidney Bukery per 
Miss rvaikes. one parcel of bread- 
A R . 23 Dallas Avenue. Christmas 
g.fti; Mrs. 8)mpeon. Langford 
magazines; J. H. HemminR. per Mrs 
Pearkes. Christmas glftj«; colin 
Stewart, per Miss Pearkes. aero- 
plane; Mr. Rorhfort, p, r mL-s 
Pearkes. Chri.stmas gitLs; .hum and 
Ruth MrTavlsh. 1032 fcndrrunKt 
Christmas gifts; Valde/, I.sland" 
Women's Institute. Quathiaskl 
$10.10; Provincial Civil Service. $250- 
TrUine Lodge No. 1.. A. F. ft A II ' 
B. c. R.. Powell River, $10: J p" 
Babcock. sale of books. $4; Che- 
malnus Lodge. No. 114. A F ^ A. 
M., B. C. R.. $35; Kerri.sdale (•h;iptcr 
No. 38. Sewing Circle, O K .s $2,')0 
Mrs. J. A Hall. 1211 Old Ksfiiumalt 
Road. $.'). Dot;:ild MiirHMn.i!,! Chap- 
ter. I. O D y. . .'^fiuamuh. $10; 
Malasplna Chapter i o, D. E.. Na- 
na Imo. $.5; Hud.son s Bay ComtMUiy 
$200. Mrs. William C. Tbdd, $44 St' 
Charles Street, $100: Mrs c F 
Armstrong and Mrs. M. F. Driseoii ; 
York Place, $aS; Rutland Women's I 
Institute. Rutland. $100; n M . Vk - 
torla. $5; Mrs. Brown. 2699 Blark- ' 
wood Ave . $.5; Mrs L M Dunsmulr I 
Hatlev Park. $50. Rurnahv Munici- 
pal Chapter I ODE.. $25; Fireside' 
Circle, per Mr Ward. Victoria. $.5- | 
Mrs. Norwood Brockett. 1020 Sum- 
mit Avenue North. Seattle. gS; Mti- 
nlcipal Chapter. IOJDE.. victoria 
$10; Victoria Transportation Agent.s 
per Captain Kelly. $10 ; Nlghthawk.s 
Sewing Club. Union Hay. $10 
Charles Willlam-s. Rockland Avenue 
$2.'i, Mr.s H. E Charrest. flL'4 Court- 
ney .Street, $5; Anonymoii:., per J 
P Morgan Ac Co , New York. $250; 
proceeds fancy dre.ss party by resi- 
dents of Cowlchan Lake. $169 04 
Victoria Chapter. No. 17. CBS.. Vic- 
toria. $25; Mrs. E. V. Pamell. 870 
St. Patrick Street. $10; Evergreen 
Farmers' Institute, n itjerg. BC 
$10; Rock Creek V/omen s irLsfimte' 
$.50; M1.S.S Newronbe care of Ritlm!-. 
Consolidated tiO; Mrs A. Q nil 
lingsley, ."SI Marlb<irough Street. $5- 
Dr Russell Robert.soii. Victoria, $10- 
Balfour Queen .s Bay Women's In- 
stitute. Balfour, $10; Hon. J. Hlnrh 
Ufte. Victoria, $10; Mr. and Mrs <; 
A. Maude. Majme Island. $30 ; Mrs 
Ethel S. Scott, lS2a Maple street 
Vancouver. $15; Mr. and Mn. W 



"A little boy who wa.s nn ardent 
reader of 'Ivanh 'r un i 'The Fair 
Maid of Perth' and such-like his- 
torical novels was standing in front 
of a cigar store one day. 

'"Son, you look troubled.' an old 
lady .said to him. 'Is there any- 
thing I can do for you, mv boy?' 
" 'HLst. mother f 

"And with an impressive gesture 
the little boy placed a oopper in the 
old wcman's hand, 

" Mother, old mother.' he went 
on. 'thou can'st indeed be of sigxuil 
service, an' thou wilt. Seest yon to- 
bacco shop? Then lake thee this 
bronze coin, and bid the churl 
within to give thee a cigarette, and 
eke a match therefor. Be secret. 

"l^^^V^^'i ?f ^"^^ ""^ "°^' ^ "A without a sense of humor 
old blood shall answer fort. I wUl should never marry." says a writ<«r 
await thee here. And now, beldame, 1 And a man with a sens« of humor 
begone ! ] ^f |^ ^hat marriaga is no joka. 



"tiiU nf Frt' /o li,- 
t t'iiiun- al l'l<t} iumse 

Two popular stars play the juve- 
nile romantic leads in "The Fall of 

Eve." the Columbia aU-talklng com- 
edy which Is coming to the Play- 
hou.se Theatre on Mond.iy 

Both MLss Miller and Mr Rankin 
beiraii til. ir careers on the stage and 
have be<?n identlfled with the screen 
for a great number of years. Miss 
Miller, who recently completed a 
stage engagement in Lea Angeles, 
has been starred by Fox, Ooidwyn 
Pictures, FBO. Universal and War- 
ners .Tiid counts among her re<ent 
surre.s.^es "South Sea Love." "Paint 



DOMINION 

LAST TIMES TODAY 

Tka aa.TMfclM iMwh S — — t U « of 

ihf sr„...n (.hn.i. \ ..„ »n4 Hcarl 

3 Live Ghosts 



BMsiMa Ha ^ 
AiaiU Mf7 



Matinee, 35c 



Evening 50c 



mac LOOB BBATS— b Tear 

Th* Ckpltol ThMtrt InvltM Mr*. J. WStars, 
s.s.io Ptrnwood Road, aiid two frttnda 

'if h^r own chol'-r to hr Its iiiril^ »ny 
'!h\ Ihin wr-k I'l. .1 ^ .l.-ia. 1, < ..upon 

and prMent to raaliler A N*w Nam 



Mr. Alfred Heather, well-known 
member of the Beggar's Opera 
Company, who has been hi Victoria 
In connection with the Oanadlati 
Pacific Railway's Yuletide Festival, 
gave a most interesting and amus- 
ing talk at th" r, c Dramatic 
School on Friday att^rnoon The 
attendance was not as good as usual 
owing to weather conditions, but;* 
the small audience was enthtiaia.stip^i """ 
over Mr. Heather's addre---.'; 

At the concli: ;lon. Mr Rov ciol i- 
flnch thanked the -speaker, on be- 
half of the audience, for coming lo 
the studio, and made .some charm- 
ing references to Mr Heather's work 
In^the fe.stlval. The spMker was 
introduced by Major BuUoek-Web- 
ster; Miss Bthel Bale and Miss 
KUeen Maq;>benon aettng ag boat- 



100% TALKING 
100% LAUGHS 
with AII-BtM ca«| 

8BB am naan 

Rudy Vallee and His Bsnd 

sir. AND H».AR 

Jsck White and His Montrealers 



BarsAln Matin** Daily at It N*m 

aaaitt seat oaMfw isa 



■tinee, S5c 



Evening, 50c 



Among thoiv? present were Mrs 

Neville Wrltrht and Miss Wright 



iHK th" Auto," "Hero for a Night" ! f ■'^^''^s DH. Whyte. Mr and 

Mrs. (.ioldnn(h Mrs. Cusack and 
Miss Noel Cusack, Mr. Halkett, Mr. 
George Henry Hallett, Mra and 
Miss TiUey, Miss Ollrer, Mrs. Bay- 
ley, Mr. and Mrs, Service, Mrs. Mac- 
Kinnon. Mrs. and Miss Adams, Mrs. 
and Miss Ebhs-canavan and Master 
Haiold Ebb.s-Cai.avan, Miss Walnd. 
Mrs and Mis.s Macfarlane, Mrs. 
Ridley. Miss Muriel O. Thompion, 
Mlss Stella Cuming and a groitD of 
students. 



and "We Amertcans." Mr. Rankin, 
who created a personal triumph 
with his remarkable performance in 
"Submarine," has been identified 
with the productions of Warner, 
Universal, Fox and First National. 



HARRY C. WILLIS 
And His Company Praaent 

"The Kthcnjaaimr 

Kids" 

On the Screen 
OLBNN TRVOH la 

"If Can Be Done" 

Playhouse 



The Daily Cross-Word Puzzle 



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PI RCHA8KB GUILTTr 

WASHINOTONTjan. 3 -The De- 
partment of Justice today asked the 
Supreme Court to hold that a pur- 
chaser is guilty of conspiracy when 
lie orders liquor from a bootlegger 
knowing that its delivery will in- 
volve illegal transportation. 

A modern girl Is one who can 
meet the wolf at the door and oome 
back wltti a fur coat. 



lAST mnni tobat 

TOM MIX 

"The Last of 

the Duanes 



^^^^^^^^^^^ ^ 

MiW A I NIGHT ONLY 
UUlriLMnN.. JAN. 6 

Tiiumpharvt 2*^ Tour 

/VIAURICE COLBOUCfIt 

oiui BARRY JONE/* 
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n 

bfASii>i<K; 
(•Mnunr 

XbKk m tinffia>^f Tff»<f»f Cart 

DEIIN AR D 



WItb TONT TM 

AIM "THK PfRATfes or r«NA*IA" 

o««<t \ I r> t iti It \ !■ )■ , I 

COLUMBIA 



Kitty McKay 

■r lOMA WOiOOZ rOTNAM 






a i n 



The jdrl frlMid says she has . , 



A( KOSS 

1. Pertaining to d.*^ science of tha 

pressure of fluids, 

12. System. 

13. Three-toed sloth. 

14. Indefinite article. 

15. Narcotic. 

20. Flat carrier. 

21 PrepoMtlon. 

22 Sun god. 

23 Oasis. 

25 Tantalum (ab.). 

26 Siamese coin. 
2$. Repair. 

a$. Through the agency of 
$«. flUWMM. 

21. A^tnet. 

13 A rheer 
34. Sudden cry. 
«•. AhMnanu. 

DOWN 
1. BralimattaL 
a. PartDd of tlaM (ab.). 
S. Flay. 

4 Wet 

5 Upon. 

8 Specinc gravity tab.) 

7 Topographical 

8 An Italian 

10. Within. 

New t-Tngiaa^ alate (ab.). 



DOWN 

17. Sacred mountain of Japan. 
IS. Say. 
It. Flies. 

33. Coneamlng. 

34. Beast of burden. 

27. Plot of ground. 
29 Cotirtvard. 
12 Piece of Cloth, 
.'13 Head covering. 

34 Printer's nwasor*. 

35 Greek letter. 

38 Chinese weight. 
37. Note of the scale. 
St. A name for KehopoUs. 
St. ifovn Sootm (ah.). 



tab.). 




9 1 end 

In th« Hvee of verv many people I 
MUousnem i* the cause of much dis- I 
eORlfort. irntabiiity and actual su/- 

bring. 

And bilioueness Is tht ramlt ol a 

deranged liver. 

Headiche ii the mo«t famiHar 
symptom. .Sirknef.* at the stomarh, 
drowidneas, unwtllingne«n fn work 
•O* of appetite. irritay)ility. mental 
dulnens. coated tnnc'ie. i nclean com- 

Eiexion such are the signs of torpid 
ver and sluggiah bawalMlioa. 

quJckeet way to arouaa the 
Hrer ia by the tiae of Dr. 



Today's 
. Attractions 

cHiLDaeN's swnnnNo aiaaioif 
rvrry satiu-esy mttnUns. • to II 

AdmlMiOB ISc 

DANCnra, with orehMira, « to 
s M. Aftemooa Ms. 40ei ne chirs* 
for Sanetnt. Oaaelns Saturday 
'-vrnUis. A4iaiait«n SSe. 



OPEN SUNDAY 

2 ''1 < for nft'lmmlni and r» 
f'^»«hrn«'nn only Afternoon Xr» 
40c. Children half prlc* 



COMING 

Co-Optlmlat Com^dv romririT 
in > «ta<i> i.Iny o' iil.rloiii 
fun. ' A P»nlomomr Rofic^r^il. 
Tu««<1*y .»«ninr» 7 Admlsalnn 
lUarrrvd watt. JSc, unr«MrT*d. 

ifc. We Mtra •tenra tm 
danetnr 



CRYSTAL 
GARDEN 



BANDITS A( ilvl 

ROUND WiNiultG 



■caiun aurn are ine signs of tc 
ver and sluggiah bawalMlioa. 

The 

torpid 

Chase'fl Kidney-T.l ver Piiia. 

For over half a rentury this medi- 
cine has proven its exr»>ptional ef- 
fect ivenetw as a regiilstor of the liver, 
kidneytt snd boweb. It stands to-day 
time-tented and Without a rival as a 
relief for l»!ia«MMB. indigestion and 
other symptoMi reeoltiaf Ittm d»> 
raagaroants of tba Kvfrr. 

Dr. f Iihsi^'h 



Beat 



ef 

HeM Uf Te 



WINNIPFO J«n 3 While police 
were Invent Ipatins r»H-ord.-i f f four 
alleged barKlif-. isken into custody 
during the New Year s holiday, four 
others were active in the central 
part of the city laat night. 

At a Chtaiea* iMmdry the pro- 
prleCor and an employee were 
beaten into uneonaeiousneu bv two 
armed bandits and their porketn 
empUed of $90 The ChUjeee pro- 
prietor was V) badly beaMO Aat 
he waa taken to hospital. 

A f r-er , year -old new sp a u g i 
carrier boy was the otte victim 
Two youths, armed with sttaks. held 
£S* to hand < 

W whten ha bad ooUoeted from 




l.anndrj' 
Newspaper 



ALL NEXT WBBK 

PUYHOUSE 




OOWftllAnrN 



Jsn 3 Ten boys 
over «er^ drowned today when the 



his I broke under them while 

• tug — 




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-T-HF DAILY COLX)NIST. VICTORIA, n C- 1 L KUA \ . J A.\ L AK \ 4. IVJU 



Social 




Personal 



Women's 
Clubs and 
Societies. 



Coiuri Vlrt«rt« \ij ii i- 

TIM autmiwn oi Court Victoria. Will I\ 1 U n\ 1 1 
New Mt. AjO^Pm are mnlnted ituit . . , , 

tlM next mMtlnc wtU b« hrid i us AultlOI I CtCCl DV 

Wnters Club 



Personals^ Parties 
Visitors 



Mrs Her- 
"loney, of 

Mn, ' 



Knirit.iin^ JL Dane* 

N'.i ai .i Mr«. J A. Mwrrlck. Up- 
lands, t'litpriairicd a' .i (leliRlitful 
(lanre on Thur?>f)av f\fninK a' Hi'' 
Uplaiid.s <i'll t'lul). in lidiui of 
fli»'lr youiiKfi ilHiKliicr Mls.s Mar- 
narel MrrrUk li- r<*)nis wpi<» 
charmingly arraiiKcd with fl' \.pis 
and BTMnery, and a buffet Mit)prr 
waa served during the evening. 
Among the Invited guests were 
Misses Betty llonltlth. SrbU Fraser. 
Pst McConnan, Dallas Homer Dteon, 
Isabel McKensle, Viva Brown, Jane 
McCallum. Betty Bechtel. Noreen 
Donnelly. Dorotliy Hliiuw Jran and 
Hflen Campbell Fvelvii Lvttoii. 
DaplJir Alhin Kuili Moorf. Jean 
I.filiiDX. ramcln (, li.iiiewfxKl FU-lty 
Hapty Flcannr Mfistfitiiaii Mary 
Ron.- Haibara Hlayei Dorothy 
Coulter, l,lUiani Cnuller. Joan Li^t, 

Alleen Cullum, Pamela WIhaIow. 
Bettjr Ooldle. Doris Banks, and Alice 
and Ohrlstle SemmM. and Messrs. 

5UI and Kenneth Boorman. Charles 
rilflon. Harry Meams, Don Davis. 
Jack Hamlet. Harry and Len Bapty. 
Bnire Hiiniber. Edward and Arthur 
Lauiidv Di( k O^orge. David and I«n 
DenbiKli David Barker. Ja* k Twtgg. 
('hailes Carpenter. Joliii Hei:'ter- 
Miaii HiiKh Avlnier, Jack Parker. 
Olnger Holliani, Oordon Wtiltliig. 
John Charlewood. Bill Maynard. 
Logan Mahew, .Stanley Willianv!. 
Bob Mabie. Hud Win.slow. Hob 
Schwengers. Bob Rant, Jack Bank.s. 
Alan Taylor, Douglas Pangman. 
Jack BfelvlUe. AIM Quanlns ftod 
Owen Smith. 

• • ■ » 
■ntertainfi for Visitor 

Mrs H M M((tuer!n enterlateied 
wUh bridge and niiih jonB yester- 
day a/tern(xin at her home on Cad- 
bf-rn Bay Road, in Jionf)r of her 
inother-in-law. Mr.s. H. H Me- 
Olverin. of Ottawa Ihe k"^'^''' were 
Mrs Diiiisrnulr. Mr.s. Archer Martin. 
Mrs. John Oalt. Mrs. C. Cator. Mrs. 
W. C. Nlchoi. Lady Barnard. Mrs. 
Butbdrland Brown, Miss Ogllvle, 
Mrs. A. C. Burdlck, Mrs. C. C. Ben- 
nett. Mrs. Durapd. Mrs. R. F. Pul- 
t«ney, Mrs A T. Ooward. Mrs. 




I* RAY (VlCTUiUA)B.c: 




Get away from all domestic 

cares and •(>'* ' 

PmnIiI MInter 

»% our Riieit. 

Knjoy the artiitic colour 
^clK'inm. tfllTcrciit in caeh room; 

the 1.1 

Log Fires 

in the public rooms; the tiled 
grates in the rnvate suites. 

RMw f*r Mmm aaS Bath ■« U« M nas 
• laalaSlac thrt* ptHmUr 

» ear. 



Jleniilng. Mrs. C J Vi .'■<. 
tjert Wii.sori Mt^ 
Quail' ifti .M! ~ )i w 
and M' ( I HuruMjn. 

• > 

Vl.irrlnl In I>rtri>ll 

A w»'ddlliK >t in't i'--: . Wt'oiuii; 
I wiUk solenuiucd in D« lr'>ii on 
'Wednesday. Dec. IS. at 7 ?ii i< < k 

10 tDe evMUng wiMtt Miss Ueieu 
Oatterall, daughter of Mr. and Mrs 

11 Catterall. Linden A \ emit, hunUti 
Ihe bride of Mr Alex Watmn. Hon 
ot Ml a.'ul Mrr T Wa' i.n (•-iiui 
malt F{.)ad The ri-ienjunv a.is ik : 
f(/rinrri at the St-ovel t'l ••.%»n ( -i i;u i 
Church by the Rev. O. Jellreys tn 
the pnsenoe of frtaada «t inMe 
and groom, later the young eouple 
left for Niagara, where their honey 
moon will bo silent, liiid on i-ptiirn 
\\\'\ r akc their home In Detroit. 

• • « 

lea iloAtMH 

Mr. J L Hei- and Mrs. L. 

Southwell, of San Francisco, enter- 
tained en Tliunday aftamoon at 

tea at the Empress Hotel, when 

their gue.sts included: Mrs. H. S. 
Henderson. Mrs. George MrLesn. 
Mrs C Eve. Mrs. O. H Rrarretl. 
Mi.s W (ieddlf, Mrs. Oeorge Mel- 
lor. Mrs W. Luney. Mrs Haylls. 
Mr.s H A Porter. Mrs. T. Florence, 
Mrs. H. K. Prior. Mrs. J Welch. 
Miss Bunny Hare. R.N.. Miss Mar- 
jOTie Bcarrett and MaaUr Q. T. 
Oeddle. 

• • • 

At Y.W.C.A. 

The following guests are reg- 
istered at the V.W.O.A: Miss LofTer. 

Adelaide. Australia; Miss CofTln 
Vancouver; Ml.^s O M. Roben. 
Kn^st Flnchley. London, England. 
Mr... and Miss Owen. Cowichan. 
Mrs. D. H. MacKinnon. Vancouver; 
Mrs. Mills. Calgary; and Miss Oopl- 
thome, AllMfft Haa4. 

% • • 
Hoatesses at Danre 

Mrs. W. M. Hotham. Mrs^J. IL 
DelTis and Mrs. L. Taylor were 
joint hostesses at a danoa In St. 
Mary s Hall last night in honor Of 
Mr Ronald Hotham. MLss Josephlno 
Delves and Miss Rosemary Tayloi'. 

• • • 
At .Tamei< Bay Hotel 

Mis F. H Fle-hci and Miss June 



Will Be Married Today 




J 



Brtntwood Pecionalt 

Mm. Hhlriey Is \l.sltii;j{ hfi 

panots, Mr. and Mr.s. H. buckie, 
Old Wart noad 



Mr E Harding. Verdler Avenue. 
Is spending a holiday in Vancouver. 

• • • 

Mr. H. OUbert baa ratumad from 
a vlalt to Yaoeouvtr and Baa tU a. 

* • • 

Mr. and MTi. W. O. Wallaea have 

i>-'iirn"M from MMI^tOrp^. where 
iiu-y .viKiit the OHHks holidays 
with ttMtr daughtar. lira. B. Ruth. 



I.W.CA. 

Tha raoaptton baU In the Y.W.C.A 
en New tmtB Day waa most auc- 

reeaful. Ifiore than fifty friendly 

quests of th<' ivMM liittnn ( a 
Inif the afl< - iiiiiin Mn* 
I president and Mis> Aki - • 
member ot the txK^Mi 

and the Mls.se.s K.i . .L 

serving. Mm ulad.^^ ' a. 
talned the giiesu to h < 
prograaune of stdos and 
mental music whleh 
anjofad. 



■d i| ir- 
K'i>>..-ll 

(If ! ,1 f 

'•1 111 
rii'.T- 
ilKhl f ul 

Inslru- 
fraatiy 



fvenint 

^ ' ■ 1 n»«:: A w Msi .U'.:< h.iv '<e«n 

HirHi.tfi ! to loilwU ';ii<' tJU^nCkS 

Mm \ti uhiiti liU h'oi estera aBd 
' I' ,.r. I '.iiiiai:, invited. 

\ \\ t \ ltH>l> < la«« 

lucel al 4 u < lu. K nmioriow after- 
noon. Rev. T. W » ila4-tone will be 
in tiiarga. A cordial invltatloa Is 
extaaM to aU m mmm and gbflk 



MonoAL succntit 



Mr. Douglai^ i 
uem. Alberta. - 
thabanadf Mi 

• 

Mr an. I \1 1 s 
Christmas liol: I 

Mr. and Mrs 



' "ILv Dongl.TS. of 
I'.,' he week-end at 
and Mi .i. C. AtkUls. 

A kiiw .spent the 
i at the home of 
'-rtcn. Vletocla. 



Mr K Whtlehoii.se. wlio lias been 
viMtmg his parenu, Dr. and Mrs. 
Whitehouaa. baa laMiiitad to Ohe- 



MUIU.S 



MISS WOOTTON MR. H. D. CLARK 

The marriapp wnll takf place this afternocjn at 2 30 o'clo<-k. at St Marv .s 
Church, Oak Bay, of Kathleen Vl( t^jna. tlurd daughter ol Mr, and Mrs 
E. E. Wootton, Victoria Avenue, to Mr. Herbert Davison Clark, only .s(,n 
of the late Mr. J. D. Clark and Mrs. Clark, of Beach Drive, formerly 

of Wlnmpaff. 



Sunt! 1 !iool Pupils 
Have Christ mas Tree 

An enmvable social was held by 
St. .Maithia.s Simday school In the 
hall. Foul Bay. on Thursday eve- 
ning. Solos and duets ware sung by 
the girls' classes and a magical er 



Jordan River News 

An enjoyable party was held in 
the Jordan River Social Hall on 
New Year'! Sve, The evening was 
spent in dancing and games. At the 

stroke of 12 o'clock, everyone Joine-i 
hands and sang "Auld Lang Syne 
and frood wishes for 1930 were then 



Ac Aged Men's Home 

visitors on New Year's Day at the 
Home for Aged and Infirm Men In- 

rliided the Mayor. Mr Reginald 
Haywurd, M P I' , and Aldernien 
Adam and Woodward After di.s- 
peiLSinK New Year's cheer and clgajs. 
All P'ltd Landsberg made his 
monthly donations of |2 to all non- 
pensleBam. A hearty vota of thanks 
was accorded Mr. Landsberg for 
many kindnesses during the past 
year, and a conrert and dance, fol- 
lowed by refresliments. broiiRlit the 
day to a close The aged men wmh 
to thank all frlenda for their kind- 
ness during 1929. 



R. B. MtMUUtm Cbayter 

Tlie Jah\iary meeting of the 
Robeit H i ri- NTcMlcklng ciiBpter, 
Tf)I)l .Ull ll' held at t h.e inunlcj- 
jia, I ).- i'ni''ii HuiMinii on Tues- 
day evening, Janiiary 7. at B o clock 
All members are requested to attend, 
as the business ot the meeting will 
ineluda nomlnatkm of oOaara for 
(ba yaar ItM. 

• • * 

To Hold Dances 

The A O F. dance hall. Cormorant 
Street, will Ije In full swing again 
every Saturday night The manage- 
ment committee ha.s nnnounced 
that everything is in readiness for 
January 4. A good orchestra will 
supply tha muale avary latMrday 
evening for tha Wlntar ■laion. 

* • • 
Children's Siary Hanr 

Tha children's story hour will be 
held In the T.W.C.A. this morning 
at 10 o'clock. After the stories Iflsa 
Violet Hlnlon. phyalcal directsais. 
will conduct iamaa. AU ablUiia are 

invited. 

♦ * • 

China Paintinir ( la.ss 

The china painting ( Ia«s will re- 
open at the V W C.A, on Monday 
night at 7:30 o'clock. All members 
are urged to be preaant. as this will 
be the first lessen for the new year. 



Miss Archbutt. of the Poplars 
School, has been Informed by Mr. 
MInchln. resident secretary In Van- 

- ii.^ r ,i 'If .\s.v>t !ftted Hoards of 
U A M fli.ii Hi- M tint' m the 
N'ovfii.'n-i ( xa : 1 ! 1 1 1.1 ' ll •! IS ,;. Ijieory 
he; two 1 aiididatrs have ueen sue- 
iR.s.s{ul In pa.ssing with very higi> 
marks. Their names and grades 
fellow : Joyce Anna Marriott, rudi- 
ments. 96 marks out of a possible 
99: Violet Catherine Murray, gram- 
mar of music, division IH, M marks 

out of I' l»..>lhli- 9:> 

\'l I'll .S KK 1 I Al. 

A pupU.s' recital will be given at 
Hollywood Hall. Foul Bay. this eve- 
ning at 8 oclock. assisted by Mrs. 
Ollberte McClellan and tha ROUy- 
wood Lsullas' Musical chtb. Music 
cartlfleatM win also be presented. 

SAME COMMISSION 

VAMOOUVKR. Jan. i^Vanoou- 
var'a FoUea Oommlaalen for 1930 
remains the same as that of last 
year, the new council yesterday 

unanimously leapponitlng the five 
commissioners who act with Mayf>r 
W H Malktn In cnnUni of laa cn- 
fnn fii . nt In the city, 'lliey are 
M. w. J Blake WUaon. R H 
Neeiauds. W. O. Dltmara and David 
HaU. 



Japan has decorated Mussolini, 
and there are sevaral other paoDle 
who have tried to and missed him. 



LONDON. Jan. 3.— Mi.ss (icrtnuiH 
B. Stem was recently a KurM , 
honor at a dliuier of Wonu- u 
wnten. Club. Fiction waa not tli 
arst love of thla brUUant and versa 
Ule writer. When sba left NotUng H i 
High School In 1906. at the age oil 
Uxtaan. she began to travel. vu=uj.. 
Oemiany aiid .-^u it-rrlaiKl und sin.- 
then fhe luus btt'ii m many land 
and has had many experiences. :tll 
of which helped to provide her with 
the coemopolitan background " 
"The Matriarch." Her first novel wi. 
pubUahad when ahe wan twenty ni. i| 
slnca then she has written nan 
books, including' one 'ihi' l)aik.| 
( !« Utleina-n I'lMif'h nlx>u; il. u 
■"renUs of Israel ■ which l.s probahlvl 
her finest efTorV to date, was jnib- 
llshed in li2i. Mlaa stem ia davM 
and vlvadoua. with thick bobb< I 
hair which she wears atcftigbtk an 
with a bpoad fringe. 

Many ( hiUhm I ninv 

Treat m Lugle* ilull\ 

Children to the number of tw( 
hundred and fifty had a wonderful 
time bf-twcen 4 and 8 nclrxk yes- 
terday eveniiiK when local Arp 
No. 12. FOK. and thr Ladles Au 
iliary supplied a Christinas treat 
Bagles' Hall When they wen n • 
eating of the many good thUu 
freely suppUed by tha haitl-workln 
ladles' eommlttae, gamea wei 
played. At 6 o'clock all sat down t 
dhmer served on gaily decora t< i 
tables, when each child was pi> 
.sented with a seasonable gift. T) 
committee comprised Mesdamc 
Clark. Flett. Manfon, DomaMer, 
Sadler. Mas.sey. Atkinson. i> Rega 
and Anderson 

The Victoria Hunt fluh -a ill iiie. 
today at 2:30 o'clock, weather pc 
mttttng. 



gave a graceful Japane.se Ian dance 
and powder pufi dance. Hie tall 
Christmas tree was covered with 

presents, which were distributed 

Pne.sher, of California, who have ' ai^ong the children, and refresh- 
been spending the past few months tn«'iits were served Hearty thanks 



tertainment jvas given by Mr F^rank exchanged Immediately afterward 

Merryfleld. file 'Corni.sh Wizard ' refreshments . rr served, and danc- 

Mis.s Violet Morryneld khvc a clever j^g continued until 2 a m. C»ood 

exhibition of her celebrated com en mutic was provided by Mr. Jark 

tratlon act. Ml.s.s Frances Merrytleld EUlOtt, Who played the plano, and 




Baav Ttrma 



nrnm fiinitik 

OOMPANY 

Tit TatM 




r*rl aiKl QuoAft 
Phao* il<<>< 

• Mm* 



visiting on the Qulf Islands, are 
now staying at the Jamca Bay Hotai. 

• « « 

Tea Danre Today 

Following the Rugby game this 
afternoon a tea dance will be held 
t the Crystal Garden banqiuat hall, 
when tha Daisy Chain Chaptar, 
I O.D.E., win be hostogna. 

Back mm Manitdba 
Miss Alexander, accompanied by 

■^r nephews, Masters Jack and BUI 
waiUford, has returned from 
Ncepawa, Man., to bar hona, IIM 

Oscar Street. 

» • • 

To Arrive Shortly 

Colonel W C Hryaii. of Edmon* 
ton, ha.s purchased Mr-^..^; T W. 
Pear.se'.s hou.se on Wildwood Avetiue 
and Is expected to arrive In the city 
shortly. 

• • • 

Move to Apartment 

Mrs. E. T. W. Pearse and Mrs. F. 
E. Young have moved to ttie Mount 
Douglas Apartments imtll thalr new 
residence Is completed. 

« • • 

Tea Hsstsaa 

Miss Alleen Cullimi entertained 
a number of her young friends at 
tea yesterday afternoon at her home 
In Seacrofl Apartments, Oak Bay. 

• • • 
Leaves for .'Vfalnland 

Mm raien Hart left vesterday for 
Vancouver, cn route to ICIBcoUth, 
B c where she has been taarhbn 
f • V t he past year. 

• « • 
Urdiiing Anniversary 

Mr and Mrs. John Leltlj Littler, 
<) Oswego Street, celabratad thalr 
liver wedding anniversary on m« 
day December IT. 

• • • 
in Vaneo«ver • 

Mra Prank H. Partrtdfa. Tatter- 
sail Drive, is in Vancouver, vlsttlnf 
her sister. Mrs. R. J. Peter. 

• • • 



Mrs. N. Mole, of London. England 
Is a visitor In the city and is sUy- 
ing at tha Jamaa Bay HaCal. 

• • • 
From Vancouver 

Miss Madge Rankin, of Vancouver, 
Is at the Jamca Bay HotaL 



1 



were expressed to Rev A. O Mun- 
sun and Mr Patterson for their in- 
terest in the welfare of the guests 
and their ganenma hoapltallty. 

Sidney Social News 

Mr. Norman Armstrong returned 

to Vancouver on Wednesday, after 
spendiiuT 'Up holidays with his par- 
ents, M Mrs Armstnmff, 'The 
Maples, Ea^i Road. 

• • • 

Miss Stella Simmonds, of Victoria, 
was the week-end guest of Mr. and 
Mrs. Rad Lanan. Beaco n Avanua. 

• • • 

Mr. R. W. Ayers. of Falrllght, 
flask., is visiting here, and is the 

guest of his swiler, MM. J. B. Mc- 
Neil. Roberus Bay. 

• • * 

Mrs W. O McLei)d and daughter, 
Beverly, of Powell River, are the 
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Thorp. 

• • * 

Mrs. D. Burr and baby daughter 
returned home on Wednesday after 
mending the holidays Visiting rela- 
tives in Vancouver. 

Mr. Bill Owens, of Port Alberni, 
visited old acquaintaneea in Sidney 
over the week-end. 

• • • 

Mr. Kverltt Ooddard retiu^ed to 
/fibiam. Wash., this weak, after 
spending the Christmas holidays 
visiting his parents. Mr. and Mrs. 
O. B. Ooddard. at "Sea Potnt." 

• • • 

Mr and Mrs E Blackburn, Fifth 
Street, will leave Sidney this week 
to make their home at Atchelitz, 
near Chllllwack. Mrs Blackburn 
will visit with friends and relatives 
in Victoria and Vancouver for some 
time before joining Mr. Blackburn 
in Chllllwack. Miss DorU Black- 
burn left at the beginning of the 
week for Vancouver, where she will 
mikr- her home. Mr. and Mrs. 
Hln( kbiirn. who have been residents 
in the district for the past twenty- 
eight years h!i\c a wide nrrle of 
friends and will be greatly missed 



was aaalatad by Mr. Louis fMt. 
playing tha banjo. 

Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Ledlngham 
and Mary have returned to Jordan 

River, after ten dft>s' holiday 
spent In Victoria and Courtcnay. 

* • • 

Mr. A. Boyd Is staying in Van- 
couver for a short time. 

* * • 

M1.SS Maud .Sparkes wa.s the guest 
of Mr.s. D. I Walker at the new 
yenr. and while heir attended the 
pai ty held on New Year s Eve. 

* • • 

Mr and Mrs. Archer, of Sookc. 
and Mr L<x»twood were visiting 
here at the new year and were 
among the visitors at tha party 
in the Social Hall. 



Mount Newton Socials 

Mr. and Mrs. E. Rochon enter- 
tained at a delightful party on New 
Year's E^'e, when about f went v- five 
guest.'^ were present Tlie living- 
rooms, which had been cleared for 
dancing, were festive with holly and 
Christmas greenery. At 12 o'clock 
a giant bonflra waa lighted on the 
terraoe, rifles flrad and hootara and 
whistles blown In Joyous aaluta to 
the new year. 

• • • 

Thp usual fortnightly card party 
of the Mount Newton Social Club 
was held on Monday evenlnir 'vi'h 
nine table.s emjatjcd in i 
were won as follows: First, Mrs 11 
Creed. Miss H. Hagan. Rev. nther 
Sohaalan and Mr. La Oouslare: sec- 
ond, Mrs. A. Ouy. BCra. P. MSehaU, 
Mr. P. Mlchen and Mr. W. BuUer 
The next card party will be hMd on 
Wednesday exenlne;, January \S. The 
series prizes were won by Mrs. A. 
Ouy and Mr. C. Goselin. 



Theosophical Society 

The weekly public tneeflng of the 
Victoria Inde|?endent Theo.sophii al 
Societv will he luki mi Monday r\t' 
nlng at R oridrk m the .tone^ Huid- 
ing. Fort Street, The study of "The 
Ocean of Theosophy" will be con- 
tinued and dlscusaad. Vlalteva are: 
invited to Join In tha study and dls- 1 

rirslon ; 



BLANKETS 

W'c ih^ohitr' . ,ir- 
'"e to u H s h 

them without 
i ^ n inch o f 
s h r i n kage! 

' >iir new ma- 
chinery cleanses 
hem scientificallv 



EoMony Slaan Laundry 

•VT J«ka BtrMt rb«a« tu» 




6S3 Fort 8t 



L 




TeL %iH 



Ladiaa' Ready-t^-Wear 



CHARLBCOMBE' 



DCVOMSHim CLOTTED CRIAM 



OALB'8 
Fort St. 



PURE AND RICH 

OkUiaabl* at th« r^Uowinc aierM 

D. SPENCER. LTD. 
Butter Dept. 



CORNWFT.T.'S 



A SURt'. i< 1 1 i 



i)H WOMEN S DibOKD£KS 



'l»*TM«irr FOR toe 



rmi 



lef of 

toman I . tt|>|>.,«<) 11^ ftllT 

■Be )• » »Mr ti< lata th« 

•urr*rlnt tlMUM Tk« dMS 
• ■ltd mattar 's Ut« Ma- 
tr«t*d r««:<>n .i vrTatM. 

Mi* sod n»ty»» »t» tooMi 



rtfv«l*«M la wsiin Mr 

r« At »Mi trxfTimi \t 

• • ' • " ' "n nf th • 1 ;« 

.1 c*i'o<H h«l» bal 4a 

in«iu<iint 4«ter«e aae pataM awtnuii—, kwaatrtta. *wSwa? JftSlT 
miM Prlfa II M boa, wtiifh l» aarnrlant for nm» month'i ^ 
Traalii"' ' .-n iiih fi.i <!•»• • iri', % b- ,p ., 

•wnaii lahA «lll wn'l Urt atldraaa Knrinaa >*n Mala aod addrsa* 

" ir« &aaa> oi»i. wmdaor. oat. 




br LM«la« 



Courtenay Personals 

Mr. and Mrs. John H. Maclntyre 
entertained a number of their 
frlcnda at brtdge on Friday nlfht. 

• • • 

Mr, Charles Slmms was called to 
Pentlcton on Wednesday morning 
by the sad news of tha death of 

his sister, Mrs. Lamb 

Mr, Oeorge Small has returned 
from spending the holiday in Van- 
couver 

Mr J M Mitchell Is back fro-n 
Victoria and Seattle, where ha spent , 
" Christmas vacation. ' 
« * * 

, Alderman Wallls was In Victoria i 
for Ofahilnas. 

• • • 

Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge Van Hem- 
ert are back from spending the | 
holiday In Sveratt, Wash. 

• • • 

Mrs. Shaw, Sr.. is staylhg with 
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Shaw, Lake 
TralL 

• • a 

Mr. and Mrs. Len Harding went 
to Mount Vernon, Wash., for Now 
Year's Day. 

Mr. and Mrs. Patw^ McLaughlin 
have returned from a faw days' 
holiday in Vanoouvar. 

a • • 

After seeing the new year In at 
he home of Mr and Mrs. A. D. 
'ii<"gKon. at Arden on Tuesday 
Kill, some of the younger mem- 
Ders of the party left for Mount 
Beecher to great the first dawn of 
1930. Theee were Maasra. Jack 
Oregson, Harold TVll. Waltar Xn- 
glta and Jim loslla. 



Fashion Fancies 

By MaHe BcloMat 



Sahtlam Penonab 

Mis^ Pearl Hasl.un wbO hftg baatt 
■pending the ChrUtmas raoallon 
with her mother. Mrs. John Haslam. 
Rivarbottom, ratumad to 
Oraak far tha rNpanlnff of 

e • • 

Mr. and Mrs. B Cleough and fam- 
ily «ant Ifaa holidays with thalr 
daughtar, Ifti. tftllaaB, vaiMovfar. 
• • • 
Mr. T. Onmibach. Danville. Wash., 
is tha guest of hla brother. Mr. wii- 
Onunbach and Mrs. Orum- 




Oreen kid is taking no bporting 
chances on popularity when it 
fashions such a Jacket and chic 
barat as tha ooa ahovn abova. Xt'a 
a aura bat plaead on a ooatume 
farortta for any raee the "beet 
draaMd" woman' of the outdoors may 
run this Winter 

It makr^ n <mari start with a 
skirt i. • ' «i»">n and brown 

mlxe<l ;w»e.i which is ciit for free 
dom of action. The sajne twe*- 
linsa tha short Jaokat. A blouaa of 
frs sa nod anfora takes a aartortal 
turn with a taOorad ooUar and 
elooM with a faahlonabia ahowti« 
of buttona. Thare is no need to 
add that tha aug baret takaa tht 



COPP 

JANUARY 



SHOE 

BARGAINS 




Economy Spocfads 
In Boys' Shdos 

300 PAIRS BOYS' 
SCHOOL SHOES 

I'.iiili for i lard. K(»iiph Wear 

11. 17- 1 . 

$2.98 $2.98 

IHE FAMOUS "GREB" 
SCHOOL BOOT FOR 
BOYS 

\ v.ihir ^(HI cannot at^'urd to 
ini>5. Regular ^3.45. Sizes 

1 to 



$2.98 



''Stylecraffr' Shoes for WomOR 

Smartly Styled Yet 

MkKloratoly Pricod 

INCLUDUIO 

11 lis 

STRAPS ' SATINS 
PUMM PATENTS 

Sixes 3 to 8 



OXFORDS 

BLACKS 

BROWNS 



$3.99 




Smart Oxferdt 

and Strapa for 

$2.88 



MonI Tako Advantage of Tboso 
Koon Valiioa 



New Browns in Women's 
Oxfords for Fall Wear 

The new "Predo" browns in a variety of pattT- 
Btylea at a much lower price 
than yova -woulfl n.iturally 
expect to pay. Shoeteria Price 



variciynf paiirrn i-v! 



Boota and Oxfords in black or brown 
— in a large variety of lasts antl styles. 

Shoes that elsewhere 
would sen at a much 
hifhcr (iguTt, Shoe- 
teria - 




$4.95 



IVienl Buy Work Shoes Here 
and Save 

Plain toe or toecap styles, 
leather or Panco soles. 
SiseS 6 to 11 



$3.95 



COPP 




613 YATES STREET 

NEXT DOOR TO THE POODLE DOO CAPE 



First Quality Gum Boots .ind 
Rubbers at Saving Prices 

UJtB 

»«• • $2.65 

$3.25 
$2.95 
52.99 
$8.95 



6-Cyclet iiuin 

An-Rfd 6 Fyelet Gum Boots. 

io 11. I'rr pair 

^ Eyflft — Rolled edge »ole, stubproof. 
>iiet 6 to 11. Pair — 

.MI \Miitr 6 Eyelet Gum Boot*. 
Sizei 0 to 11. I'sir ~— 

Knee Gatn Boots, rolled edge adte. 

"^i/rt /) to I J. Pair 

AJI Rcd Knee Giun Boots, white soles. 
.Slates 6 to II. Pair 

flip tiuni Boots, dntiltle nolr*. utronglv Q IT 

reiiiforrrd upper* .Si/r» ^ to 1! IVr i> i ^■♦•O J* 

Iden's >4 ( I'high; Gum Koutu, double 
soles. Sites 6 to 11.... 

'V.iniPM * riain Rubber*, sll heel*. 

i/e» 2% to 7 

' rrowing Girl*' I..f)W'Heel Rubber*. 

Sijte* 2«j to 7. I'air 

Women'* Knee Gum Boots, white (leece 
tioed. Sites .1 to I 

Women'* f )\rrf lior». flrcrr lined fo^ 
Kiirk faatcncrs; splasher cuffs, 
ire* 2% to 7 



$4.75 
75c 
75c 

$1.99 

$1.95 



Childran'a Rubbara and Gum Boots 



hi Id'* Plain Ovars. Sites 

. to IOV<_ ^ 

>tfe* 11 to 2 M# 

< tii!d'« Storm Puliber*. 
S./e» 6 to 10V, W4 
S.7f. II to 2 ' . «•# 
H^'vt Plain Rebly^r* 
^i»e* II to 13 tB*» 



Children'* Knee Gum 

Boot*, white flerrr I.nrrf 

Sites 6 to IOKj 91. 40 
Sites 11 to 2 „.fl.T» 

Boys* R'.IIrd V,\nf F'nl. 

bers. red »ole. bif«* II 
to 1.1 AS^k 



THE DATT V ro! f^MST, VICTORIA. B.C SAT TtrhaV ]\\' V\PY 4. 19 30 




Churches 




Thei 



r World-Wide Work 



OHHEIK 



Mir 



Leave Canada for 
Old Country 



Dr. Sipprcll Will Ww.^a 
Hopeful Features m ( lui. 
tian View of World 
lion in New Year 



QUOTES WORD 

OF EMERSO^ 



Th^ pastor of MKropolltan pulpn 
Pr Sippirll. will ofTcr a iiics.s.iKe on 

Suild.lV IllOlllUlf? (Ill "Itif SlKMS (it 

the Tlines. " whlrh wUi ' i:. . f • 
to show wiiat featuret ol hope and 
promise meet the CltflsUui world hs 
we swing Into Um ntw jrMr. Th* 
BiU* study of Um pMtor M :< 
o'clock will bt "JMus* I^MOlng on 
Prayer." 

Ar 7 30 oclock I)r Slpprell will 
ppak upon the subject of "The Man 
i*rf -eminent." and will show wluU 
Emerson meant when he said "The 
nuM of Jtaus Is plouffhad Into the 
hUtory of tbe world." The soloists 
for the day ftre. Mrs. T. U. Johns. 
Mrs Aubrey JooM and IflM Dor- 
othy Parsons. 

The young people will hold a so- 
cial on Monday evening. The mid 
week senrtoe wUl be held on Wed 
nesday at 8 o'clock. 



Ntw A(.K IN Ni.W 

Ob i\LW IHOUuhi 



I ti.1. wmm 

1)1 mmm 




II to Speak 

I) iptist Chill ( I) 



J.li 

Oil Jesus as boui Winner 



Coiiunufill y ( .ii ir »*/ r/rr to He 

Held €a Cathedral - 



LORD'S Sl l'i'l l( 

IN EVEmm 



1"K(*1 . L. 11. MAKMIALI. 

Of lUMuUr rBl*cral<y. Torant*. has r*- 
•cKM r»l'« to two pulpits I'nr.land. aa4 
■ a> tl»r up hli III ihr tmtnlBC 

•cheol for Ihr (»nadl>ti KiplUt nlnUlrr. 

whtoh k* ran* rr*m FnctaM Mvaral 
r«ar« aca. Thaach bU a»MlalBM«l waa 
chall»Brrd br a miMarUy •! tha BmpUtt 
Canvrnllon of Oaiari* MMl Chi rt aa. Mlla 
badr aodorM^ hl« Mi iM lUMaaUr 
aatbaHtUa. 



v,':th Christ After the Lost In 
ihe Light of the Second CTomlng 
of Christ." wUl be the evening sub- 
ject at the Central Baptist Church, 
when tbe pastor. Rev n Roweii. 
will set forth the Loni Jesu.s us the 
great siiul-wttmer und .strcivs the 
groat bu.siM(-.s.s of the Christian 
1 iHirc'h for 1!) K) Tlic Lord's SuppCT 
aUJ lullow t;.f 8er\lee. 

In the inn-ning the subject will 
he Ihe Christian In Complete 
Armour Thus two of the great 
essentials will mark these new year 
^ryfem. The Sunday school and 
Bible class meet at 8:45 o'oloek. 



I the request of Mayor Anaccmb and following the o<for by 
liL'ihop sihofield and Dean QuAint<m of the use of Chriat 
h.iH'\"r.K Cathedral, a oorporkte oommunlty civic service wUl 

^""^ kftKHOon at 3 o'clock, under 
the auspices of the L-.laist«ial leadert of the citv 
^"L* f,?^ 1!^ ^ preached' by Rev Dr w <; Wil on. th- 
SSSJTJJ, ' offered by Rev. H P 8. Luttrell. Re. 1 W Olad- 
TlJi ^^^^ »n<l the Mayor will read the Scrip- 

coi.^reL.I'Lu'n "Jrt' "L^''^'^ P»»o*» "6 hands of the 

Sfue of Th. I^* *0 Social Service 

^ 1 ^* ^ ■•'^ broadcast by CPCT 

atJnJT i^^^l °' Council and other civu .,ffu :als ..,11 

Va^St ? Ur. "'i'' «^ """1"^ e-luiiacter of the 

SfcT^r " '""^""'r untic.paled The mlhi^ters of the 



uiv mim 

Mi mm \\\ 

Mmistci W lil .\(i(lro<;s Fve- 
Ming .Mc( t III/ oil tlir Gt'ii- 
( ral \ lew ol LhrisLiaii 
Unity 



EngiUh Mayor 
Leads CiHaent 
' In, Prayer Week 



i 



"Your Next 

Grpnt Si4'n 



AFTERNOONS \ 
AT Y.W.C.A, 



HE Mayer of PlymouUi. 

England, ha;. Is ued a call 
i( pra>ei to thi» |)eopl" of his 
fity, f(,! tlu- fit ' week of the 
iipw \t AT Anglican clergy and 
J-'u c ciiurch ministers are co- 
operating In the movement 
which opens with a servlee in 
the Ouild Hall, at whkh the 
mayor wUl preside. 

Alderman E Rlc*. the new 
M»yor of Lambeth, has Intro- 
duced t'le practice of begin- 
ning public business at Uie 
Lninb'jth Borough OoiinoU. 
with prayers. 




mm 



ill 

liiiliLi Ui ILAIt 




1930 OUTLOOK 

AT UNITY CENTRE gJnnlngs. 



7:30 



U{]ji!;iivrn\ 
iy;iu mim 



j Dr. A F narton wUl .speak at 
both scrvRfs in the Progreaslve 
I Thought Temple tomorrow At 11 
«.m. he wUl speak on "New Be- 
' and In the evening at 
odoek he wUl speak on "Your 
The Unity Centre, 739 Yates Next Great Step." The weekly 
Street, will hold M« servk« on Sun- | health talks will be resumed on 
■ day morning at 11 o'clock. The sub- 1 Wednesday at 8 pjn.. when Dr 
Ject for the morning wnii be A 3arton win lecture on "How's Your 
'duest In the House." Die ihUrii'cn'; Kidneys." 
■ Till o.ii tte will be "The Iiaafe,- o.i Tlift adu.soiy 
he Coin. ■ The children will 
their c.'iorus as usual. In 



Tomorrow belnt tbe first Sunday 
of the year Mr. Hallett. the speaker 

Bt New Thought Temple, 720'. Port 
Street, will give the nieaniiif? of the 
.saying of Je.sus, For what shall It 
profit a man if he gain the whole 
world and lose his own aoul?" 

In the evening ProtessOT Mobiii.s. 
the Internationally funous meta- 
physliian. p,sv( hoanalyst and cdu- 
cnfor win (irciipv the platform. HI} 
.•iibjcct lie -ni" N>w Age Mes- 
sage for the New Year • 



I Canon Chadwirk to <iive New Year 
Message.s at SL JeliB*e 

Church 



board desires to 
sing extend thanks to all who have helped 
the eve- |to make the work of the Progresfive 

ning Mrs tlo.'-don Grant will sp-ak i Thought Tf — 

■ -- " *coitaffuiifty: 



FoUowhig B cii.sfoi'i which vms 
Initiated In 1846. of observing the 
first week In January as a period 
of Horid-wide intereesslon. the 
churches of this dty are uniting 
wi'h Christians throughout the 
world In a series of services begin - 
I nlng Monday. January 6, and con- 
cluding Friday. J:iniiary 10 The 
- - 'evening niectiiig.s will be held In the 

BENEFIT or UAC* the five days will be "Christian 

YOUTH I Unity. The subjects for each eve- 

1 nlng with the chairman and 

_ _ , ^ speaker, are as fellows: 

I> Evening Praacber «,^»^ 

' Monday, January 6— "Thanksglv- 



lU LI I IIUJIUL, 



Canon Nw 

— Cheral ■vensong Manday 
for Ifiphawy 



chairman. 
Rev. T. W. 



i 111)1 Ihuftii ul liiiibt, bcieolisl 



Thia Church Is « Branch ot The 
Mother Church. Tha Wrat Church of 
Cbrtat. Selantiat. in Ronton. Mau. 

BtmDAT eSRVICBS 
11 AM. M 7:10 PM^ ayhjMt: 

"COD" 

SUNDAT SCVOOL—* M and 11 AJkl. 

TMtiaeatal M««tini wodaMsar 

•I 1 P M 

'teidlni Room and I.^-ndln* IJbrai . 
''la Sarward Buildina 
MX ARB WCLCOUa 



Services appropriate for the fir«t 
Sunday In the new year will t>e held 
In St. John's Church as follows: 
There will be Holy Communion at 
8 o'clock. Morning Prayer and Holy 
Communion at 11 and Svensong at 
7 30. The rector. Rev Canon Chad- 
wick. win deliver a new year mes- 
sage at the 11 o'clock s(Mvlce. his 
Uieme being "Preisslng Toward the 
Mark." In which he will point out | 
some of the great things at which 
we should aim In 1930. In the eve- 
ning the subject of the discourse 
will be "The Plood of Years." 

The sacrament of Holy Baptism 
Ls to be administered at 3 o'clock. 
Sunday school will be held at 3:30 
InJthe school room, Mason Street 
and the Anglican Young People , 
Bible Cl.'i.s.s will aK-pinhle In tiie 
church vestry at the same hour. 

Monday being the festival of the 

Epiphany of our Lord, there will be 

Holy Communion at 10:30 o'clock 
snd there will be a meeting of t)i 
riiarch committee in the rectory at 
8 to pass on th^ehurch acoounts for 
1929. 



oil What Does 1930 Hold for Us?" 
On Tuesday at 2:45 o'clock the rest 
•Od healing hour will be held. On 
Thursday at 8 the correspondence 
school will hold Its last class in 
the Junior work The senior wo-k 
will begin the following Thvir.sdny 
All Interested In any of tiie meet- 
ings of Unity are cordially Invited 
to attend. 



Bap I 



NEW \m mm^ 



Sfrer/ 

Annual Meeting 

Services will be conducted tomor- 
row at the Douglas Street Rapt 1st 
Church, aoverdale. at 11 odrKk. 
and In the evening at 7 30 fl«v 
F W MfKmnon. the pastor, will 
take for hl.s .Mibject in the morning 
A New Command. New Leadership 
for a New Year." to be followed h\ 
the children's sermonette "The Stop 

r I SlRn." In the evening Mr. Mc- 

Minlsler Will Present Cbeering i K'nnO" will speak upon "What of 
Messages to Pr. sbyterian I Ptitnre? ' 

( ongregaUon ' Tlie annual bu.slne.s.s meeting of 

the ( ongregatlon will be held on 
New Year me.v;ages will be de- Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock to 
livered tomorrow at St Andrew's ^ preceded by a supper at 9 o'clock 



Presbyterian Church. Douglas Steeet, 
by the minister. Rev. H. pT S. 
Luttrell. The subject of the morn- 
ing sermon will be "The Uplands of 
Ood," Psalm 121:l..«nd tn the eve- 
ning. "Certainly. I Will Be With 
Thee." Exodu.s 312 the Lord's mes- 
fnpe frniTi fhn i-,.,.':/ lii h. 



In the church hall. 




DR. A. F. BARTON 

At 

Progressive Thought Temple 



Awmmm 



U;00 A.M.— '*New Beginnings." 
7:30 P.M.— "Your Next Great Step." 



• r.ll.. Ipaith Laataro 

"ROWS TOirn KIDNEYST" 



All W«lrnfn« 



PrafwlU Offerlnc 




V* 



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KhV. L 

WilJ. PKK\(}! \T 
ST. MAKY 6 CHURCH 

Holy Communion will be celebrated 
In St. Mary's tomorrow a! 8 orlcjck 
and 12 noon It l.s hoped that there 
"^lll be a large number of young 

opie at the 8 o'clock celebration. 
Matins and sermon at 11 o'clock. 
Evensong and sermon at 3. when 
Rev. E. W. P. Carter will preach. 
The senior session of the Sunday 
•school ineet<t at 9 45 and the Junior 
' e.s.slon at 1 1 o'clock. 

Monday tjetng the Epiphany, there 
.Mil be celebration.* of Holy Com- 
munion at n and 10*30 o'clock, and 
Matins at 10. 



FIFTY YEARS OF 
AFRICAN MISSIONS 
HAVE DONE MUCH 

I "Oeneral Smuts." said Dr Don- 
ald FYaser. .speaking In Wf '.Inigton 
'■'viri^)) oia-SKow. "might see no 
'■•^ re.sults of ChrLstlan mis- 
sions compared with Mohammedan 
progress, but his lecture on Uvhig- 
stone was sufficient answer to thn' 
No man who wa.^ ambitious for Af 
rica could be content witii what ha*^ 
been accomplished, especially In 
South Africa, for there other forces 
than missionary forces were bear- 
ing upon the peqH* ftnd moulding 
them." 



University students from Vancou- 
ver have expressed a desire to attend 
the 11 o'clock service In Chn.st 
Church Cathedral tomorrow morn- Tnn" 
Ing. Owing to the fact that they 
must cat.ch the afternoon boat to 
Vancouver, the service will close 
promptly at noon. The urual monthly 
choral celebration of Holy Com- 
munion will therefore take place on 
Sunday week. January 12. and 
shortened Matins at 11 o'clock to- 
morrow will be followed by a p'.aiii 
celebration of Holy Communion. 
Other communion services tomorrow 
will be held at 6 »nd 8 o'clock. 

The Dean of Columbia. Very Rev. 
C. S. Qualnton. is announced id 
preach at the 11 o'clock .service At 
choral E\.'nsc'ii>; at 7:30<LrKM-k tlif 
prcaclier u:ll be the Rev Canon 
Nunn.v rrctor of Oak Bay. A civic' 
serv ifte is to be held In the Cathedral 
at 3 o'clock tomorrow. 

On Monday, the feast of the 
Epiphany. Holy Comjimnion will be! 
celebrkted 



ing and Confe.s.sioir'; 
Rev, B. Gray; speaker, 
Gladstone. 

Tuesday. January 7— "The Chui«h 
Universal ": chairman. Rev. A. d«B. 



\mm yiiLH 
liiii' IN m 



FIRST UN1TE1> MINISTERS GIVE 
OSUTOfOS TO COM- 
MUNITY 



Dr. 



Wlisen and Bev. B. O. Gray 

Will Preaeb Tomorrow-^ 
Special MuhIc 




Wednesday January 8 "Interna- 
tional Friendship"; chairman. Rev. 
D. Walker: speaker. Rt. Rev. Bishop 
[Schofleld, D.D. 

Thui-sday. January 9— 'Misslotu'*; 
chairman. Rev. H, Nixon; speftker. 
Rev H, P. 8. Luttrell 

Friday, January 10 The Family 
and the Young ' ; chairman. Rev. J. 
Hood; speaker. Rev. A. J. Vinoent. 

Also on the afternoons of Mondav. 
January 8, to Thursday. January 9 
from 3 to 4 o'clock, meetings will be 
held In the YWC.A. as follows: 
Monday. Rev. Canon Stocken; 
Tuesday. Mr. Iliomas Humphries- I 
Wednesday D- w Hewett; ' 

Thursday. Mr. A. C. R. Portway. j 

Cm)U UGHTING I 



in the chapel of tiie „ . " 
Memorial Hall at 8 and 10 .30 o clock. ■■w^** on New Year to Be Kym- 
and choral F.'vensong, with a .-^hort 
address by the Rev, E. W. P. Carter 



beUxed at Oak n»y United by 

l.lghUng Tape^ 

At the 11 



The ministers and ofttcers of First 
United Church wish all the people 
of all classes In and around Vic- 
toria • new year of much happi- 
M es Bl ng Tl>ey 
would also suggest that It v oulrl be 
a happier and better year. If all the 
people would make a .ipfclBl efTort 
to worship Ood In sorn" church on 
the nrst Sunday of tlie new year. 

Believing that the church has 
the most Important message in all 
the world to tell, and that amid nil 
the hurry and fret and crowding 
I cares of this busy wo. Id, the 
churches declare the good news 
that man s real life is h;s spirit life, 
and that his relationship with his 
lovin? Heavniy Father should be 
hi.«. first CMMcerii, they would lug- 
' ' '(jractlce of worshipping 
< some church every Sundav. I 

in rirst United Church. Dr Wli- I 
son win preach at the morning .serv- 
ice and Rev. B. G. Gray at the eve- 
ning eervlee. and there w.ii be spe- 
cial music by the choir. In case 
of serious illne.s. death or other 
I rouble, as Christian ministers the 
pas'ors esteem it a piivUegc to offer 
their service* t uqr time, to any 
people. 



Inspirational Sermons by 
Di. l)avi(\s at City Tetnple 
on Ovrt coining Life's 
Hand leaps 

INFERIORITY 

COMPLEX TO GO 



FreeniR one.«self from fear, ^he 
deac:i.\ bogey that frightens young 
and old alike, will form the sermon 
theme at the Vletoria City Ttnople 
on Sunday morning. Debt, disease 
and death are the triplets that 
cause lots of worry to nea'-ly every- 
one. How td take awny death'.s sting, 
remove the feur of poverty and es- 
cape the dread of disease is neces- 
f^ry knowtods* to Ufa In Ito ful- 

nes.s 

At nIfTlit Dr Davles will speak on 
the topic 'Your Inferiority Com- 
plex How to Overeome It in ISSO." 
The secret of overoomlng ciur per- 
■aoal handicaps is one we all want 
to know. At the morning service 
Dr. Davles will address the children 
on "The Annual Clearance Sale " 
The morning anthem will be •() 
Taste and See" <Oos.si. and the eve- 
ning anthem, In whicii a soprano 
I solo will be sun« in Mae Miiir, Ls 
I "Sing Forth His High Eternal 
I Name " iSteanei, The evening solo- 
ist will be Mrs, a M, MtftBO. nQa«- 
iraito soloist M tna Metropolitan 
, ci 



EMMANUEL'S AIMS 

FOR COMING YEAR 

' .M.«kinK the Most ef Ufe" Will Be 
FmtHor'p Topic at Bvealag 
Servica 

Rev. Hem \ Knox Will deliver new 
year mes.saKCs nt both .services in 
Liiunaiuicl Baptist Church tj-mor- 
row rile siihiect of the .sermon a* 
the morning hour of worship will be 
"Our Objectives for 1930." The 
Lord's Supper wUl be obaerved at 
this service, 'i'he subject of the eve- 
nlng sermon will be "Making the 
Most of Life." The choir will renaer 
special music on both occasion*. 



Ceateiuiiai Cliurcli, (iorge Koad 

OaO Mota VVOai thr Jnnrlinn nt CnTrrnmrnt n m ■ ■ m^A nM.^^. 



lotnaastor: Frank L. Tupman 



thr Jnnrlinn nt CnTfrnmrnt. Oa«SlM Sai BUlaM* 

Mlni'T (lr..rif C P Prlnglp 

orvfinist: Mft. Pay! Orren 
Tha ICtnUUr Will Breach at Bolli 8«Tvlcet 

WiJO A.M.— Subject. "HITHERTO" 
7 M) I' M.--Sul.jcit. "HENCEFORTH** 
■racial and Seasonal Choir Musk at Both Services 



Bhti&h-Wael Association 

Address to Be Given by Mr. E. K. Richard* on 

•TH|t KBTURN of our lord AND THE FIRST 

RESUKRF.CTION" 

Monday. January 6, 8:00 P.M.. Gordon Building, 739 Yates Street 



Church Briefs 

The monthly meeting of the 

China Inland Mission will be held 

on Tuesday. January 7, at the 
Y W.C,A. at S p.m. 

The serMie of the Society for 
Psychic ffccaich will be held In the 
.S O E. Hall lin.;.,) Street, at 7:S0 
p m. Mr c Endicctt. of Vancouver, 
will conduct the service. Mrs. Mc- 
Dermott will conduct tlie circle on 
Wednesday at 8 pin. 

The following services will be held 
at St. Mark's Church. Cloverdale, 
tomorrow. Holy Comnrinlon at 8 
oi lock Holy Communion and ser- 
mon at II and E\en.song nt 7, 

' o'clo< k Rev O L. Jull. vicar of the 
parish, will preach in the morning ' 
his sermon .subject to be "Looking | 

, Forward." and at Evensong will 
speak upon "^e Epiphany." 



But In fifty years, said Ur Fra.ser. 
244 African languages had been re- 
duced to writing, and there was a 
growing literature In them; there 
were 17,000 schooLi taught by Afri- 
cans with a million scholars, a 
Christian community of 2.500,000 
and a.000 ordained African pastors 
Africa would not be redeemed by 
those who could not believe unless u 
they .saw succe.s.s, but bv thase who 
muf,i believe that Christ was the 
hope of tha world. 



will take place In the north aisle . , , 

of the new cathedral at 6:18 o'clock. o clock service at Oak . - ,„.,/^--,-. 

Bay United Church the thought for I REV. A. J. VINCENT 
'the fh-at Sunday of the new year 
' will be "Matoitalnlng the High 

j Levels of Christian Experience." 
The sacrament of the L )rd s Sup- 
I)er will be observed at this .-.ervice. 

A sp-clal new year's worship serv- 
ice with a candle-lighting proces- 
sion will occupy the evening hour. 
A brief message by the pastor, "As 
tiie 'World Rolls Into Ught will 
be given. Oak Bay United will 
" .'share In the interchurch week of 

CMtennlal will mark the m.st prayer programme that has 
Sunday of the new year with appro- prepared for January S-10 
prlate mn.'^H ,'iiid .'crmons In the 
n.oniiiiK Mr Prlngle s .sermon will ' .r ,r 
be retro, peifi VP. In.s subject being'' r.Sl ni I Tl Sl f i 

the .MigKestue unrd "Hitherto." 



STRIKIMi lUi^iL;) 
AT WMM 

"HMherto" uid ••Ilenc«forth ' Are ' 
Keywords of Rev. G. Priagle 
for New Tear 



t)een 



SPEAKS ON PRAYER 
THAT NEVER FAILS 

I Rev. A. J. Vlneent. pa.stor rt th- 
I First BaptLst Church, will prencli at 
both .ser-ice; on Stmriay. At the 
morning serv)ce he will have for his 
text "The Prayer That Never Falls." 
Master Tom Anstey will sing 
Cowen's "The Children's Home." In 
the evening the pasttw win spoiik on 
"Some Hindrances to th" Socce.ss 

of the Church." Miss H liair will 
•Ing "He Shrill Feed His Flock." and 

Mrs P. Mclntr»sh will sipR ■Come 



Rector Will Speak 
At Usual Service*: 
St. PouTb Garri9on 

Services wUl be held at the usiwl 
hours at St. Paul's OarrLson Church. 
Bsqulmalt: .Holy Comunlon at 8 
o'clock, Eucharbt at 10:30 an.1 
Evemong and .serniiin at 7. The 
addresses will be given by tha rector. 



the evening the thoughts of his con- 
gregation win be turned to the 
future with a message that will 
help them to face it controlled by 
high Ideals, with happ, hearts and 



CHRISTL^N SCIENCE 

Test From Reventy-Seventh PsaJm 
Verse Thirteen. SoggeaU study 
ef -Oed" 



, I- . / • I ,, , 1!"^" ^'^""^ Hfindels Me.ssiah 

' <»< itlrst iwooa n vU oine ^^^^ church school win meet 

I at 12 o'clock. 

A vell-knorvn former member of ' On Tuesday evening at 8 o Vock 
the local musical group, Reta the young people of the churrh win 
a,, . Ormiston McNeill, recently enjoyed •"••t. and on Wednesday evening 
unwavering faith and courage The * ''•ttering reception In New West- •t the same time the midweek ser- 
keyword of the evening dlscourae I ""("f the ^ice of prayer and pratio will ba 

iBololsta In a performance cf Handel's beld. 
■Mes.riai) • with the Queen's Avenue 
iMiited Church choir cf seventy 
i.volces and orchestra. Other soloists 
were Mrs F. X Hodgson. Mr. 
Leonard Mivman. and Mr. J. E. 
Pa-e. Hie work was conducted by 
Mr J l: Pauldms. and Mr HVmI. 



will be "Henceforth. 

THE GOLDEN RULE 
FOR 1930" IS TOPIC 
AT FAIRFIELD 



Unity 1 eiitre 

•jia v.i..- V,,,,, 

Mri Oordmi Or^ i W ii .Si.r«k at Both 
Berrien 
II A M -Aubjact. 
■A pUMT IK TMB HOUBT' 
Ak Tauabt by Brothrr LawTwne* 

11 AM m'Nr>AY SCHOOL 
H»rol(1 Pr.iO H ii>^rlntand«al 

WHAT rx>M fTOIXi pv >R 

Thf 8vm'>ollc Chrmma* aarvir* will 

Ba RaiMattd by llMuatt 
Tha Tii«fday Aftamoen Rait and Haal. 

l.nt Hour Wilt B*- H«I(1 at S:4| 
lhur«f1»» Thr c-nrr'>por»1rnpa aoheol 

Will ^fr>■l Kt a PM 
Noon Pro»p»ritv n<<rvt(-a Evrry Day 
Offlcf Hivirt. 2 1^ 4 
Raadint Room Oran in a 



For all who worship at Fairfield 
United Church tomorrow the pa.stor 
Rev Hugh Nixon, who will preach 



J i; t^auidmg. and Mr. Prwi- 
frick R. Nelson was at the organ. 

The following excerpt from a 
letter, referring to the work of her 
pupil on that occasion, has been 




held 

room for the 
in the Sayward Building. 



eUfM DAVnt. B.A^ B.D., DlD.. Mteteter 
George A. Downard. Moslcal Director 



'nlng services are at 7 30 o'clocl: 
Divine «ervlce will be conducted Wednesday evening services, w hich 
t ,:nnrriw at the TUIIcum Pr»-^- Include testimonies of healing ;>i e 

bvterlHn Churrh. the Oorce at 11 t^*"''' nt 8 o'clock A free reading- 
o'clock, and at Er^klne Pre.-.ovf erian room for the pub; c is maintained 
Church, cornc' of Flar-iett and Lur- ' ' ~ 
line iloads. at "< o clock. Rev. A. O. 
Thom.son ilic n inister, will conduct 
the services, his sermon subject to 
be "What Blocks the Road?" For 
the week-night senrtces at Gorge 
and Br.«klne, Mr. Thomiion will con- 
tinue his study upon "The Person 
and Work of the tMy Spirit" 



All , hiirchand sodetias of Clvist, 
Scieniisi. branchaes of The Mother jAlonV 
chiu ch. Uie First Church of Christ, ideal "with 
Scientist, In Boston. Mass.. will 1830 " 
have the subject of "Ood" for their **. . 
le«on-sermon on Sunday wrh the „.^^r.^^''l ^i*"^*"!^ 
following golden f.t from P-i^ SS' e^Sji" JSh Si l^^'tll 
Ixxvii. i.r "Who to 10 cmt a moA^witLH^I^ with an anthem both 
as onr o<k1?" «od|mcming and evenfnr bv the choir. 

Sunday morning services at First l/vkVTlvr 1 i ..... 
Church of ChrtsU SdentUt. Vic- ^ '^^ ' ' iOl'K 
torta, are held at 11 o'clock. Eve 



both morning and ev».nlng. ha.s received by Mary McCoy 
planned two helpful and encourag- ^roni Mr. Paulding: 
ing services, in the morning h,s "Rota McNeill .v.mg enslly true to 
Mbject will be "Jesus Oolng on P"^'i «11 the recitations and dlf- 
nnd in the evening he will uiierval.s, performed all the 

"The Oolden Rule for '■"noofhl/ and acrur:it.ely put 

,the rerniisite feeling and expression 
lnt.o her v/nrk. and withal added 



Metropolitan United Church 



Her, W, J, 



■dward Wrieno 



(Pt LORD S Htl LRN 



•uch rharni to her singing that she 
won ,Tli hearts. New Westminster 
sudien, es are usually rather critical 
btit I have heard nothing but praise 
for Mrs. McNeill's singing, it cc r- 
Uinly was a real triumph for her • 

ReU McNeUl is a favorite with 
Victoria audiences both as finger 
end pianist, end was winner of the 
gold medal m the .soprari,, ela's at 



Car. Oaxdra anS Panilara 

aiivrall. D.D. r*Rtor: rr«<1»nr Kin« Oio-rmantaf! 
OrtanlM: rrad Robinn nirwnr of T.F.W. 
« 19 A W -CLAM WTTTNO.I 

A«tlIi.*?!i^T"i •'2"r "Mf" PR STPPRXLI. 

aL^VfCi? '^•'O" 'J»r, Solo. Mr> T H Johiu 

■Die. 'Charltf - (Oabr<al raur».. Mri. Aubray Joaea 

t:»o PM -~0nmjAY SCHOOL sjwiroN 

7 18 PM - -THE MAN PRE EM INKJET DR BiPPRn.T, 

_ . JIL""^^" * Ev»rl«»t»nt "Aldrlrl. I 

■OlO. Thn Holy Ci)ll<J ■ lEailhop* M«rtlni. Mj»« r>orothT Fira 
Monday. • PM-Sor>al Evfnlrn for Ih* Youns 
( P M MIdWMk (VrvlM tet Ai 
HAPPT NKW YBAR 



EASTERN BAPTISTS 
DOING GOOD WORK 



Mr. E. B. Richards, who has been 

SrS^'n?*2!!fj5*?'r*'"' '^-"^ * " "^'^l ^"I'val here. 

Return of Our Lord." from the dif- 
ferent nspccts shown in the Holy 
Scrtpture.s as it afiecte the Gentile 
nations and the British people na- 
tionally, will give a further address 
on the "Personal Return erf Christ 
and the First Resurrection." on 
Monday. January e. at 8 o'clock, in 
the OofdOD Building. 739 Yates 
Street. AU are weloQme. 

I 



Market for Canadian 

Biscuiu in China 



In 

into 



'I \ M. 



How 



Can I Rid Mjself 

(The Fear of Poverty, Disease and Deatli) 
"O Taale and See" (Goee) 



AMfhem: 



7:30 V \* 



Hour ioferiority Uopiex! 

(How to, OvereooM It ia I9M) 
Anthem. "Slnf Forth His Higb Eternal 

Name . (Siranc) 

Miss Mae Muir Tsking the .Soprano .Solo 
Ce«tf»l*o Solo Mrs. S, M. Monow 

nRTHIM RXUOION CHEERS ' 



view of the successful entry 

^ ^ „. „ ^•^*« markK of several large 

ihs Baptisto of OnUrto and the Oofdon Building. 739 Yates I ^■"*****" manufacturers of choco- 
Quebec. at their annual convention Street. AU are welcome. caadlas. it would 

I '"-Ottawa, made plans for in- — ' ["fn to follow that Cenadisn m«ni- 

The first Sundsy cf the new year creased giving for their foreign mis- ar. , _i i '*'5*U'"''''^ conff>< t lonerv slu.nid b^ 

will be fittingly observed at WilMn - In India and Holivia The ' ICtOrta W eSt I nitPfl "We to .'enire a share of the trade 

•nn noad and Onrden City 71ie amount raised ia.st year. Including ' "' * ''■' ults, wri'es W J. Rtddlford 

sacrament of the Lords Txipper will 'he gifts of the womens boards ' '^^'' services will be crnducted by * ' fradt commliwJon*r "t' 

be observed at the former chuivh «as about 8335,000. In the IWBie|th* pastor. Rev. H. .1 Armltage. The -^'ibuk^hH. in the forthcoming Issue 
The pa,stcrs then.e for the Com- , field tiiey have 15 mission »"rkarB '"fa)**'' '^f sermon at thm mnrn»ng °^ Commercial IntaiUgen< 

munion service at Wilkinson Road | Which serve 217 preaching Stations ^'^ "Doing. Doas ft." At Journal As Is the case With man 

In the morning and at Garden City jMcMaater University reported a <'^"^»n« service the sermon 'o«»«n »rtlcies of food. bl.scu Its are 

toUI attendance of le, of whom lli! J*^** ' Spendlne Our Years." consumed not only by the foreign 
atxtjr-flve were in training for the kJ^**^ **** randar appnqiciate population, but also by tlia bHai 
ministry. Hamilton will be next '"iiir^t ^ ^ 
year's meeting place, where the nc* ',,^ ♦'T "^J 

immediately after the morn- 



New 1 liougiii i t^^iple 



TtaM Fart H(ra«< 

IS A u — arn-nv hour 
II A u—mnnti 



rondiirt»(j b, u.: O TfnTf'tl 



•THl SBOTERir vtrANiNfj or rur rcrmom on thm MOVKT- 

Ca aad Do!n« ard Yoj' Rt«nr'1 «h«ll ■) 
Spatker MR O HALLrrr 



TM PM^aublKt; 



"tus wsw aob 

Hpaaktr: Pltor. ■ 



AOS POR THS WKW 

M acosroa 



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Wadncadar Xvantns. S • Oloek— TlM Rmtav MldwMk a^vter WII Ba 

S a Rhav Mr. W 



Sunday Night Lecture 



at the 



SeVLii 



In the afternoon wm be "A change 
less Fact in a Tear of Ctianaa" 
<Matt 28:30>. At the evenit«si?v> 
i<r the subject will be "in the 
Hcginntog— God" fOen. 1:1). The 
Young People s aub will meet on 
Sunday evening at 8:S0 o'clock. 



It win be two years since Rev. 
Daniel Walker became p-islor of the 
W3Tk ot the Christ I \n and Mission- 
ary A!llance >u this ci*v. and dur- 
ing that time Ood has wonderfully 
blest the preaching of His Word 
The presence and power of Ood 
has been made manifest In bring- 
ing men and women out of dark- 
ness to light. On Sunday morning 
there wUl be a onmmunion eenrlee 
at 11 o^elock and te tha craning at 
7:30 a special meanga on "Prt.ver 
for an Outpouring of the Holy 
Spirit In Ri vivnl Power " The pas- 
tor. Rev. Daiuel WaUer, wlU be the 



McMaster buUdlngs are In imx:e« j ^ serv^ 
of ooaatnmtifiBi ing service 

" ' There will be 



SalvationistM to ' 
Redeem Convtete 
Of Penal Colony 

I MIC entrance of the Salva- 
1 tlon Army uixin the 
French penal colony at Devll'k 
isiarwl and the return of Dr. 
schweltaer. Bach ortaniat. to 
the Atrlean jungle, are the 
lairtlllf Maaia of the church 
column in Simday s lAsije 



no mid'.verk service 
because of the week or pra.er .erv 
Ices held In the haU of Metro- 
poUtan Church 



■T. PAin.m pmmmuAif 



class Chlnetie 

There are two manufacturers In 
, Shanghai, but their production Is so 
^mall and the quality of their 
r)rr<iij-;j, 4o patenUy Inferior to the 
ir.i ported artlclas that no aarious 
competition Is offerad by them. Xm 
ports m 1938 were valued at 8108.000 
Great Britain anrl th»- TTnlted States 
enjoying the btilk of the biL-Jlne^s 
All biscuits Imported Info this 
market are packed in tins On ac- 
count of the dsiiipness of the climate 
a cardboerd jiacklng. even If wax- 
paper wrapped. Is useless. The vart- 
eties of bisculu Importad are limited 
to plain typas. each as anemoon tea. 



lli Dd) Aclvtiiuoi Cilia cli 

2721 Grsham Street 

Sublact: THE FRENCH REVOLUTION: POUNDINO OF 
BRITISH BIBLE SOCIETY" 

One of the Many t.real Prophecies «,f the Hook ot HeveUtion 

Lecture Every Sunday. 7 30 P.M. Vo i Are Invited 

N. C. BKimON. 



New Year n.es-«Krs win be given 
In St, Paul's Presbyterian Church. 
Henry Street, Victoria West, on 
Sunday. January 5 Th- mnming 
subject will deal with Oreetings, 
Resolutions and Beginnings.' 

Thousand to FUi^ minister, ad valorem on the wholesale markat 

Patersen, win praach , vai ie of the gfXKis in lorai 



the Rev. J. 8 
at both servlop' 



I at the port of iaportaUoa 



CENTRAL BAJPi iSI 



ma*. Rrtwam Blanabar< aad 

r * rl.i Crurlftad, Crown#<J and C««laa 



ra«4«ra A 

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ANn niBur clarc at » «» am 

NXW YRAR MIMAOEa 



WPBTTIAI. 



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"With Christ After ti^e Loat 



uoar or tag mc o w comimo mr 
**** ttaosie sf "tht D«of -n.iii jaiaiiMd" 
"i^* Oa w rvsa i s tt tr,* int« • »up(>«r :n 
a«U» t* TlMSi nm amm i er taa Ma» raar 



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^tt DATLY COLONIST. VICTOR T 



HAMS HALL 
POWER UIM 

isopsivt 

Brj^nis With Two 30.000 
KW Units. With apac- 
ity for Impdrtant Acldi 
tiont Later 

LAHCE TERRITOl<y 
TO BE SEHytP 



TUe Cfiijral hnKlfnd Fleftrlcttv 
lipjiif wl'i'-'.i wa^ pfpared 1> ' ' 
E'.ectrlclty Coniinl»M(>nri«. hiuI 
repted by the Central ElecirUitv 
Bowtf iMt yfM*. provides, inifr aii.i 
for the cmplosrment of the w- 
KMrn-. Hal! power tocmt ot the Bi 

mlngtiam Orpomtlon M A MlMt^ 

.suuori T!..- M"' '.vhleh this Bta 

hut H V M ^P^<Ml vf;ir'- b-I •• 
City Council authorized l*-'' 
trlclty Committee to proceed with 
the erection of the tirsi section, t 
the desicnt of R. A. Chattock. th- 
city electrlcti engineer. ThU eecUoi 
romprt«es flOOOO lew. of plant, th- 
total cost of tlie onatnictlon o; 
which has ;iinnun;rd to £1336.400 
and opened Ijj V R H th^ Duke and 
DucteM of York on WedncsdRy. No- 
vtmbtr •. At pre^nt. it rontain-s 
two M.000 kv. unlU, but there Ik ^ 
room for • third wt of the Mme i 
output, which It ii proposed to erect 
In 1933-1934. The scheme alio pro- 
vides for the Bdiiitlon of 50.000 kw 
In each of the yp-r.s 1936-1937. in-^B 
1939. and 1940-1941. so that ihv 
mate capftclty. at the end of i..a: 
period, win bo mooo kw . the total 
estimated coot bolng UMOJOM. At 
that date, therefore. Hobw Halli 
nhoiild be one of the larieat aUtlon* 
In the country, but, R-s ample land In 
the vicinity ha.^ been acquired and | 
the cooUng-water facilities are good 
ts much as I.OOO.OOO kw could be m- 
atoUed on the alte ahould thu be 
noeoaattated by future donoad and 
policy. 

Such development will be facili 
tated by the far' that the .station I 
standi In the centre of four large 
eooUelda, viz.. those of Stafford- 1 
shire. Leloeaterahlra. Noitlnthun- 
shire and Warwlekahlra. In view of 
recent controveray, H to »lao inter- 
estlnn to note that the atotlon lies 
some nine mile.s to the northeast, of 
the centre of Birmingham in -tir 
M at tlie pre.<ient tlmf i' ■ 
open country; quoatlons of nui-taiK > 
are thortforo uattoly to arise. A^ 
the city expands, thto freodom may 
not continue, but It Is to be hqped 
that long before they become iirgent. 
ohitions to the grit and sulphurious 
fumes proMoms will bavo been 
fouxui. * 

rULVBUflD rUBL 
At the present time, power station 
' e*tvitructlon. at leaxt superficially, 
I. becoming so .stiM(l.>rd:, '■d lUai It 
may be well to draw attenUon to 
rri'iHiii riir>>cilon3 in which Hams 
Hall departs from what may be 
called usual praeUoe. For the first 
time in this country, pulverised fuel 
li to be u3ed throughout from the 
beginning In a large public .supply 
.stjitlon Thl.s de'-lslon. a.s poiii ed 
out by Mr. Chaituik In a paper 
which he read before the Iitstltution 
of EUectrlcal Engineers In April la'<t 
Is duo to Information obtained by 
him dortait a vtoM to America In 
1934. and to the experience gained 
with two more or Irm experimental 
iii5t«llfttlons. whlrli were sub&e- 
■ i»-Titly erected at the Prince's Sta- 
Nechells Other results from 
the visit are the emptosfment of 
mooo-pound boUor units, fitted 
with Murray tin tubes, and the use 
of unit pulverisers. 

The boilers are equipped wttl. 
lieaiers. so thn' the whole nf ih' 
rpqiiliel ?. i ■ ■iniOust i- ral ' ' ■ 
H temperature of about 330 deg. K 
The pulverising mills are alao swept 
by hot air, an arraafeoMnt which 
easuras that the molRture In the 
coal li vaBorlaed '"''m - - .■ ■^-^ro 
Is reached. Theg:'^; ncivi. .•.■.(^c-, of 

thb procedure, as Mr Chatu>rk lla.^ 
pointed out, are «lmpllrlty and 
cheapneas 

The second point to which atten- 
tion may bo drawn to tho use of 
towors and sewagt oflhiont for oool- 
Ing pu r poaa s . As to well known, this | 
arrangement hax been employed for 
many vears at Neohell.*, and It Is. 
In fact roniijulsoty owing to the «b- 
fenrr of largo water cours«s In ilie 
t ear neighborhood of Birmingham 
The filtered efHuont required to ob- 
Ulned from the wcika of tho Tsme 
and Roa Ototrlet Dralnaft Beard.— | 
Knclnoerlnf (London) 

fifni ( 'Si illnKird 

hi tail QuutUUie* 

Paper and oardboanl>Mt Imported 
into Mtstoo In fair qnaBtltlee. the 
Importa In inS belnR valued at 
$l,700.St1. but moat of the rrqnli'^ 
inent.v nf ir,r rmjntry are provui 
by doine(.tl< mills, writes Mr. C. NcyPj 
Wlide. c;anadlan Trade Commissioner 
In Mexico fitv. In the forthcoming 
l.s5ue of Tlic Coijiniercial InteUl- 
gence Journal. Of these mills, there 
are five of large capacity which 
jointly are said to produce some 
40.000 tons <rf pejier per amnim. The 
ouattty to sulUkb^e for ordinary uses, 
but for hlgh-elass work it to stm 
considered neoessarv to u«e foreign 
papers, in bond and ledger paper 
O a w a d a doe.s a fair trade, but In- 
rre«.vs of duty > which were made 
>J4 and l9Ja. iia\e operated 
r.*'.i.t an expaii.sion of this bunl- 
neas It Ls conMdered in^p.wiMble to 
import newsprint into Mexico for 
the .•;ain- leasnn. altJiough small 

fpt" occn<;lonally art MM to 
'intK from foftgn gOiaMa' 
' these cases high interter frateht 
rates cancel any advantafo dortVMl 
from the tariff. Wallpaper was im- 
p«lad to a value ol mi»i in i92Ji 
and eonoB prlndpalhr from 
tmUd states and Oemiany 
tlMNi|h H. Trance, Cant., u . 

Oraat li-)U,.v .nr^ well retir<v«nted 
In the t.n.i.- Mi^ 'jualitv of the 

I' ' " .he! 
oo»"> I. Ml nif n iiigti part oX the 
demaml ^^ owing to the tmei that 
■any of tho doslfna art nog suited 



f'o' -isnf cnnaequence 

tto swaued hiid to tho cold 



Household Suple 
Needs at January 

Savings 

Mi'l Kn.li ot lilea^Jied Sheeting 

Good Widths, at 29c a Yard 
Lcugths for sheets, pillow cases 
and other purposes; 60 to 80 

. wide. I'rite, jifi ' '£90 

Wlute Wool Blankets. Sise 
yf ■ M, at $10.M a Fair 

\\ m cii t'> I . .iik'i'n' --''iiirri! 
I iirr W'M,! \drti> and liiii-.lir<l 
"il'i M'lr i.i.nlcrs. Douhl'* l>i'<l 
»ur, and weight i lbs. I'ricc, 
per pair 

You s.ivr A 1 ■ ■: Tbaat 

Novelty BcdspieaUk SlsO 
•0 X 100 Inchea. at 12.98 
In shades of rose, blue and gold. 
A wonderful value at this new 
liiw price ai.## 

Qraot Bavtaga oo Down 
Comforters 35 Comforters 

St $8.98 

l'o\ere(| in excellent quality 
1,(11. '.rus in flot.ll and )'aisle> 

{>stterns; extra well filled wit.'i 
ine down and ventilated. I'm c 1 

an. 98 

Heavy Unbleached English 
Ihoetinga 

,"^liret iiigs in all want''<l wiijths 
and ot a quality tliat will nwc 
you tlie iitoK'St 111 weat and will 
>iand many trips to the lai 
\S ulth. 63 inches. Priced ■ 

yard 4liv 

Width, 70 inches. Priced at. per 

yard 

\\ idtii. 80 inches. Priced at, per 
yard «•<» 

JOO FuUy Bleached Cotton 
Sheets at $1.98 Each 

.Si/e ftO X 90 inches. Made from 
a sturdy cotton m llie r<nnid 
thread weave that you like so 
well. Sheets that wc can recom- 
mend for hard wear. Size ior 
(loiihle bed>. I'ricc, eacli #1.98 

Double Scalloped Embroidered 
PUlow Caaoa at 98c a Pair 

Made from a fine linen-finishe-l 
cotton and neatly emhn.iden d 
"1 many dainty i>attcrii.s and 
tinisbed with scalloped ends. 
Price, per pair 

Horrock r>,' I Innstin lied PIUow 
CascK at 5UC Each 

Made from a fine textured cotton 
in just the weight for hard wear. 
Finished with hemstitched ends, 
Si/t» 40 and 42 inches. I'riccd 
at, each .'. 60< 

Unbleached Linen Dice Cloths 
St 98c and tl.SO 

I xrrllnit fcr griirial inc. .Ma-le 
; rom heav> yat u> iii the popul.'.r 
dice pattern. Size 54 x 54 inches. 

F'rice 98<» 

Si/e 6.1 X 0.1 111. iu-s. gl.SO 

200 Colored Turkish Towels at 
25c Each 

N'dc the .«i/e. 21 x 40 inches, 
riiese pre in mult icolorrd stripe 
rffe; t.s ami ot hard weiring and 
Kood drying guality. I'rice. 
each ~...>..>M~>».u. ._„.......„.SS^ 

Lintn Tea or Glass Towtla at 

15c Each 
I .ood drying quality in a choice 
of checks and bordered effects. 
I'rice, each is^* 

Main Floor, N»C 

Women's Leather 
Handbags 

for $1.98 

\ special purchase and rcpre- 
sentins unusually gocxl value in 
hack-strap and pouch style 
handbags. There is good variety 
in thto group of popular colors 
as well as in black. Sale, 91.»8 

-Main Floor, ITBC 

Women's 
Umbrellas at 98c 

\ special Offer of Sturdy Black 
Cotton-Covered Umbrellas with 
neat handje^ and jrood «fr,Mii< 
frames. - 1'^- 

—Main Flour, H B C 



HBC GROCETERIA 



'1 



tii- 



Our * Groceteria butihesa continues to increase b( . 
ties are conaistentljr high and prices are consistently low. Do 
yottr week-end shopping in thU cletn, attractive dgpartnidit. 
Xote these savings for today. 



TWO I XTRA BAl ( AlNS-9 TO 10 A.M. ONLY 
Braid's Lanka Tea. MM ^Am Soap. Fcls N'apiha. 10 
lbs. at, per lb „ ^Irlf bars in carton lor 



68c 



Bytter 



ALL-D AY SPECIALS 

Jelly 



Anchor Brand No« 

Zealand, lb. 
8 lbs. for .. 



43c 

"ImperUI" (No. I New AOn 
Zealand). II. ■tCU 

a p.* I. ' )fi I . l» 



lonlight loop, S cartons for SY^I 

Pure Ptacti ' ,M. ,>er tin .36<> 

Sliced Pineapple. No. 2 tins, at 

a tins for ." , 

Burford Peas. ^ liii^ fcr -Tti' 
Quaker Corn. 3* mis for. . 
Shrsdded Wheat, per packet. 
Peaches, N i ^ • 

Granulated Sugar, lO lbs 7o^ 

Broad Floor, 7-lb. sack for..~..8T# 

Our "Speciar Coffee. Regular 55c 

at, per lb 49^ 



fttfl si^e. 4 packets 

Shirnff's Maxmaiadt, 4 lb. tin 
f^.r ,Mt0 

I' 'ti, V Hi-a' i.'-.t Sultaaaa, lb., 14t 

\ I ■ if.r-. ' ."iTf %'izt, 2-lb. 

Borden s Malted Millt, 1-lb. tin 
for „S1# 

Ramsay^a lodaa, famil/ package 
for tm^ 

Chocolate Eclairs, 1-lb. box. 

EaHng Chocolate. IMain 

^ork Mjlk. iSc cake for lUf 

Sngar Hovtt Molattta. No. 2"; 

t l«r 

(.till ! m:'. (, Ir.inser. tin . 5»*« 
I 'tl ui'M 1 V r ,\<ia|.. '■' ,ike^ fill -'^f 

Smoked Picnic Hams, lb 

Eggs, pullet extras. Aor.en 
Fresli V,' r--. ■ -zur 

— Luwci Main 1 luur, HBC 



January Savings in 
tiie Hard ware 
Section 

Victory Electric Irons Johnson's Patte Was--Old 

A fiillv guaranteed Electric Iron. ElifUah 
I .MSfliold site; heavily nickel- 1-lb. tins. Special, per tin J^t 
plated and with full length cord. 2-lb. tins. Special, p<T i n il.4B 
Special at. each 91.08 , . , , , ^ 

Johnsons Liquid Wax 

Weather Strip Pint size. Special T3^ 

Frost King Weather Strip, with L«mon Polishing Oil 

nails ready to put on. Special, g o., bottle M# 

P^' - lO-o/. bottir f 

Copper Tea Kettles ...r Poii^hing Oii*^' 

.Nickel I'latcil Copper Vca Ket- „ 

ties, 5-quart size. Special at, Knox Tarniah 

each _ 88.99 For cleaning all tile, paint, steel 

r.Tnsres. rU Regular .^Oc, f..' 20#» 

White Bf">*Ued WMh Basins Coddard's SUver PUte PoUsh 

each " SP^g^; Special at 88# 

Ai r^, ■ Feather Dusters 

r „ I xi J"" tu'key feather dusters. 

Cana.lian-Made Alarm Clocks, Special, each 48^ 

loud ringing and with plain dial. ^. . _ „ 

Special 99f Clothoa Lint and PuOtyt 

,„ 50 Feet Galvanized Clothe* Line 

Floor Waxers and Polishers and One Pair Pulleys. Special 

There arr tifty oniv i.f th-oe sets for T8# 

of ( onil, motion VSaxcr and Pol- «„rln» C\r^f^m^ 9^ 

«hrr, conu.r,,.inK wax spreader T*"« , 

and w eighted brush, with felt pro- ^ 

tected edges. Special, each, S8.80 ' —Third Floor, NBC 



Men s Heavy 
Wool Sweater 

Cc ai^ at $1.00 

Heavy knit, in dark brown 
heather shade. Made with 
shawl collar and two poi kef*. 
A warm, comfortable coat that 
will give the working man long 
wear. All %\7.cs. January Salt 



1.00 



Floor, HBC 



Men's 

Broadcloth 

Shirts 

at $1.00 

Smart Hroadcloth Shirt*, in 
blur, hflu, and tan stn^rt, 
al.«ii in plain shades. Well 
made blurt* that will fit right 
and Isunder well. AU sixes, 
14 to leyi. Kach 



1.00 



Pbar, HBC 



e 

January Sale of Men's 

Clothing 

29.50 



If 



Sm II 
UltS 

Values to $45.00. . . 



Guaranteed Tailoring 

in models tli.it arc tip to date, liig 
selection of .^injflr and dottbk- 
brea.«;tcd styles. Worsteds, tweeds. 
twi.<t!» and fancy weaves. Sizes 35 
to 46. 

No Extra Charge for Fini»hinf 



Talis 

Shorts 

Regulars 

Stouts 

Semi- 

Stouto 



aiSTo Overcoats 



Regular Valui 
to $65.00 for. 



44.50 



\ 



Quality fabrica in blue, greys and fancy ctothi. Ifand- « 
Uilored farments. All aigea. 



Odd 

500 Psirs, blae serges, 
whipcords, tweeds, 
fancy w»-Bv»'« Finished 
with *. Pair 



2.78 



Suitr and Overcoati 

New styles, good tailoring. 
Sizes 35 to 46. January Sole 

Price 



16.00 



Floor, HBC 



Save on 

Materials for 

Spring F"" rocks 

Nuveliy WuwUcn* 4t $1.4Si a 

Yat4 

Shox^n in many pleasing 
stripe effects and in desirable 

color combinations. Width, 
J6 inches. JanuSry Sale, per 
yard il.4» 

^OOe Yafda Dreaa Oiagkana 

at lie a Yard 

Sturdy ( <iiiii i d r , • . « . . i i 
en's and children ^ v\ cat Neat 
rheck a«4 plaM effects. Width. 
31 iacli^s. Jaoaary Sale, aer 
yari .._ _..„ tm^ 

3t-lMh Striped HopMcks at 
Mc a Yard 

Hard -Wearing Hop sac W 
Tweeds with hafrline *tripe 
effect* ( hoo»e from sand. 

M^r * ■ ' osr \\ idth. 38 



January i>ale. 



.•ir; 



inches, 
yard .... 

5* 'i^' h iMiir W.Mi: i rtl.tica 
Values tu $J.60, tor $1.»S 
a Yard 

Including Jerseys, Reps, 
rripes, Ka^ha Cloths and 
T w e e (I ill w eighth lor 
drrssf<. ,utts. coat.-i, etc. AUo 
Hairline Stripes, suitable for 
business and daytime wear. 
Values to $J.50. Yard. $1.M 

54 Inch Coating Twreds Urg 
ular $1.75. for 98c a Yard 
These will fashion into very 
desirable Spring coats anil 
are available in a «ide ( hoi. r 
of subdued n-ivtiire r(Te< t< 
\Nidth, 54 inches. K'- 
$1.75. January Sale, 
ySrd USt 

Floor, HBC 



Exceptional 
Values in 
Silks 

Fine Novelty SUka, Values to 
ll.W. for 9tc a Yard 

Includinf^ frinted < •eorKelte.t, 
Printed Marcjunette* and 
Printed Crepes de Chme. 
Values to $1.98. January 
Sale, per yard 

SilW Cantons. Flat Silk C<ryr^ 

anj I'tr'n*: i ir '-,t f f ^ Rcg- 

ular $2.9i, f. $.' n a Yard 
Tfcese ire , nl ,,lkeii 
fabrics that will fashion int.. 
(Vainty dresses. Included are 
Silk Canton Crepe.*, heavy 
F-Iat Silk Crepes and heavy 
French Georgettes. Choose 
from Kile, maize, coral, pow- 
der, reseda, ma«\-e. beige, 
sand, rose and Manila. W idth. 
38 inches. January Sale, per 
ysrd fSJM 

Black Canton Silk * :r: ,» 
Regular $4.50. for WA 
a Yard 

U ith a rich crepe wt$vt and 
in a correct weight for 
dresses. Width. 38 inches. 
An exceptional ofTerin? I^-i 
nary Clearance Sal^ 
per yard f x.UH 

Heavy Black Crepe Satins 
Kagalai I' ' for •t.M 

a Yard 

Rich, lustrous Satin, with a 
tightly woven crepe back, en- 
sttring good wear. This satin 
has a soft draping quality 
that is much admired. Janu- 
ary Sale, per yard .,..;.$».•• 

Pailettc Silks at S9c a Yard 

Dainty fabrics in a weight 
for linings, fancywork. etc. 
(."hoofe from gold, navy, red. 
rose, aaxe. jade and pink. 
Width, 36 inches. January 
Sale, per yard ••^J 

Spun SUka at 4»c a Yard 

Weight for dresses, slips, lin- 
gerie, drapes, etc. Choose 
from white, natural, grey, red, 
rote. pmk. palm and maize. 
Width, 29 inckcS. Price per 
yard 4»# 

Floor, HBC 



i5r)\ s } iosiery dt 
Sale Bargains 

Boys' All- Wool Black Stock- 
ings. Regular $1.00 (or SOc a 
Pair 

lust 6.S pairs to sell in sizes 
10 and lOji. Fine rib wool in 
English made stockings. 
Regular $l.f)0 a pair. January 
Sal'". pT pkir SO^ 

Boya' All-Wool Oolf Hoaa, 3 
Pairs for Wc 

Heavy rib wool in heather 
and lovat shades, with fancy 
tnpt Cood weight, and a 
Mocking that will give good 
uear. All Sises 7yi to lo a 
pairs for 

—Main Floor, HBC 



Boys' Clothing 

At January Sale Pricgg 
Boys* Suits With Two 
•Shorta" 
'".reys, browns, fancy mix- 
tures in nicely tailored suits 
—the shorts snd coat both 
folly lined. Sires for 6 to 12 
vesrt. \'alue« to f>.95 
sry Sale Price ST.Og 

Boya' Skorta 

Flannels, blue serget and 
liglT jnH dirk tweeds All 
!'»>' fhonf. Siies for 4 
to 14 years. Wonderful value. 
Per pair — 

Boys' PIvtl "Longa" 

Tweeds, flannels, blue serges. 
Made with five pockets snd 
bolt loops, aad ftniahed with 
eaff bottoms. Siaea (or • to 
li V-. < '>r pair S14M 

Boys' OvoroaalB 
Bluet, greys and aristnres in 
Guards models with stra:> 
hark. rv»uble -breasted styles 
snd jIt linf* throughout 
Values to $8.95. January Sale 
Price 





INCORPOR 



Olher .:>/we4 al h i/mi/ueg, Yorklon, ^aJtaloen, EJmor 




Big Savings in Things 

You'll find hundreds upon hundreds of bargains for every need an 
down in price to effect a speedy clearance. An event wekomca 
- ment then com e tu the store and be prepar ed to s li: 



Frocks and Coats fo 

Schoolgirls 

Special CicaiaiKc Piicc^ baiurday 



Mitt#s' Broadcloth Coats. Reftilar to $29.75 

for $17.95 

All our finest rni.-i!it\ lire laflrloth p.Triiirtit:^ 
are inchidcd in this special clearing l.it of 
C.irls' Sinart Fur-Trimtned Coats in fine im- 
ported all-wool liKiadcloth with hixiirions 
collars and ciitf.s of French beaver or mink 
and coney mandel. These are both lined and 
ititcrlinrd. Show n m u inc. powder, idx.il. 
rosewood and midnight blue, 
for 10 to 14 years. 
Sale Price 



17.95 



a 1 



Women's and Misses' 

Raincoate 

Valtifg to $S.Se for $2.9$ 

.•flicker Raincoats in g fjood prade of 
oiled cotton, with strap collar and ciifTs. 
Colors are yellow, re<l and hliir 'I'lir^ 
are in odd sizes, some for mis.ses Q QC 
and oUiers for won ilm%f%} 
—fecund i* lour, HBC 



75 Girig' Smart School Froclol, ]l«gul 
$8.QS for $4.50 

Odd si^rs, hrokrn and di^( ontinucil iiiu 
Girls' Fine Imported Wool Jersey 1m. 
with Bloomera to match; also utUI \ ( 
and Knitted Dresses in lonjf sleeve' .'^i 
in Mare and straight lines, ."^izes in tT 
-sortmcnl from 4 tfi 14 years. Sh< 
and assorted bright shades. y| 

Priced at „ 

•^-MiMrf Floor, N i 

a 

35 Girls Kain. >m \ 

Regular to $4.95. Q 
lUducod to mLm9Q 

Odd aites and colors in broken ami di 
tinned lines in Girls' Leatherette Rain. 

are now to lie rlr.Ttr,! In xh\-> udd j.> : 
thcro may be jii-^t tlie .size and col ■ 
rr(]tiirrs ,s J 

.Msn \(y Little (".ills' Watrri)roof 11.,' 

uUr 98c at i: 

Floor, Hi 



A Regrouping of Felt and Velvet 
Hats for January Clearanoe 

Women's fclt.s and combinations (»f felt with velvet or felt \ 
metallic. Also 50 Velvet Hats of the more dressy type, all 
from otir more expensive hata and regrouped for the ^ 

.sale to clear at ^ / 

75 Hats Clearing at 9Sc 

Rubber Transparent Hals for mis'.rs and women; I cits 
tnisses and women and a very ^(M.d assortment of Childr' 
Tams : aKo soft Pull-On Hats and Felu. 

(.'learmj/ at SfS 

All Winter Millinery greatly reduced. 

Floor, N I 




Underwear Barsdiiis foi 

Saturday 



46 L«vtndcr Line Rayon Bloomers, 
ftagakr ll.fS for $IM a Pair 

\\oo«1'» Fine Quality Riyon Silk 
Bloomers in broken sizes nn>^ '■>]■>■<>. 
Sptcially priced (or our Janti.n ^^l* 
at, per pair #1.S5 

M Lavender Line Raynn Vctta, 
Regular ll.SO (or 69c 

These Fine Quality Rayoti .^ilW Vf«n 
•ell in thr rcflriil;»r way at $1 V1 \\ <• 
art clearing out a few odd colors and 
brolM siaea. Opera top stylc....M# 



200 Women's Rajron Strip* Bloontrs 
at 7Se a Pklr 

.^^ Fxreilent Winter-Weight Flat 
Knit Rayon Striped Cotton Bloomer 
with large double gtissrt. In small, 
madtitm and large sizes. i'r,\oT% are 
orehM, pmk. peach, blue and white. 
Per pair TS^ 

M Watson'a Rayon Veata at t9c 

A Lnstrous Rayon SiH Ve*» wit'i 
liuilt up strap. In f.roken ^irr% and 
colors. Clearing tor otir January Sal* 
at, each 

Floor, NBC 




45 Women's Dressing Gowns 
at $198 

Co»y European Cloth Robes for .^aturdav 
•hoppers, in smart striped and fipurr.I j);it- 
terns with thawl coilar, sdk gtrdle and »atm 
ribbon trimminf^. We have a well-asaorted 
showinjj of the better color ronilnnatirins 
and all sizes in the assortment from .V> to 
44 Januarv Sale $2.08 

Floor, NSC 



120 Women's Home FrocI 
at 98c 

Neat Printed Home Procka In iinart i 

and stra'^'ht line stvles with V nr ■ 
nerks in < iirrks. figured and flor.i! 
ferns and sleeveless or with short -^i^- ^ 
Sizei 16 to 20. Sale _ 



i 




4 



MAY I670. 




^ethkrid$€, ISiclton, yernon, Kumioop* and K 




J Want Now and Later 

ipostfLThousandsof dollars' worth of hi^^h-^radc iiierdiandisc cut 
shoppffs all over Victoria. Read every item in this advertise- 
^ ^i^^s, 5iiop early— betore 10 o'clock il possible. 

omen^s Gipves 



flUw $2 50 for JMi % 

Pair 

Rruup consfsti of women's 
a vioves with one dome 

ifi. iinvflty Rtifrhcd points, 
shown in colors of grey 
II : also women's fleece- 
iiiMclia K'ovrs in hrown or 
women's French kid 
s Mnd French suede gloves 
iin ti bark cuffs. They arc in 
M l iics and sirfii, hut thrrr 
"I selection from which 
'>f'*c. Sixes 6 to 9M ??eiri- 
■i.50. JaniMrjr 
— t^z.iy 



Floor, H DC 



v'omcn's Wool 
-asbmere Hose 

at ()9c a l^aii 

-• arc W uol Hose of excel- 
luality. They have rein- 
'1 h'-'-l^ and toes and deep 
r hem. Colors are oalc 
'►eechnut. French nude and 

^i^Ts 8',; to 10. Jam..,, V 
I'f pair Hi,,, 

— Mdn Flooi , H B C 



Lu i' Neckwear 
|Spccial, $1.69 

«'"d Maortment specialFv 
I Inrliided are F1rrtha« 
I ''«-Mrt Sets, Scarf Collan 
'*cade Vestees. All priced 
• 1.69 

Floor, Hmc 

Children's 

Hosii I \ 

Sale Priced 

KoriiifT consisting of all- 
ibrre-«]uarter-length golf 
' »rey. tan. fawn and 
•kmc; 5i7r^ 7", to 9 And 
*rt silk and lisle hose 
«nd tan shades; sixes 7 
AN.' hroken lines in silk 
""I and one-and-one rib 
cy check silk, and wo.d 
H«"Ktilar tov 0Se n 

P«'r «0«i 

—Mam Floor, H • C 

fHMals in Our 
K>uick-Service 

lon Section 

Vaid Spools of Coata' 

Cotton 
'imhcrs. Black or wh.tr 
cotton at • ,iHH.U 

4^ 

cy Shopping Baskets 
•iH tnakr ;,n,| i„ asv.rlrd 
..rr rt,.f,, |,a,kef« 
'>ati,iif,. Regular 
'^al'". each..„4»f 

Floor, NBC 




Fur-Trimmed 
Coats 

At January Savings 

Values to $35.00 of "7 P 

Reduced to 

(V.ats .if e.xcelinit quality broadclotli. vclotir .nul fancv 
tweeds. 1 hese have new style collars of opossum, mouirion 
l.ravrrme. etc.; many with cuffs to match. Well lined 

throughout. 



Values to $49.50 
Reduced to 



29.75 



A group of hijfh-gradc Coats in broadcloth, suedinc and 
vOlottr. tcaturinjr str.iivrht liiio'-. sidr .md hack flares, shawl 
and sh.itjlder collars oi caracul, nuiskrat, Kreiuii seal, opos- 
stifTi and other picked furs. All beautifully lined. Sizes 
lor misses, women and large; women. 



Values to $45.00 
Reduced to 



• • • • 



24.75 



1 

^t 



The latest in flared and straiKlit-linc stvlc.s witli Iju^e col- 
..irs rnti. <.| , u Ii fur>. Materials are of broadcloth, 
sucdinc and tweeds, hi .sizes for mi ■;^r<; an I ^^ 

— Stood Floor, H B C 



socials 

Briar I'^.c* Kcj^iUr 

Mriar Pipen. fulU jru»r 
Regular $|.(N> at '••^ 

Hrur Hpes. guaranteed 
'"•nmg or cracking. 



Floor, NBC 



Afternoon Frocks 

Special at $12.95 

l'.i>l)iiined ni tlir new mIIl ■net tc MxU- \\ ith -li^litlv 
hlting bodice.^, draju-d aftd liarcd skills, unovc-n hem- 
lines and with new necklines and trimmings. Shown 
in brown, wine, blue, navy and black. Sixes 16 to 40. 

Sale ; _$12.85 

— flowmd Floor, M ■ C'^ 

Butterfly Skirts 

Values !u .t.i '/ ) loi $2.05 

Circular I'leated Skirts in l.iiijlit --hades of sport fl.innel 
Ideal for all sportt. Sixes 15 to W. Sale $2.95 

Floor, NBC 



Special Values 
in Cofietiy 



M.iri* lOrsel 
at f2.9« 
Beautiful Brocade Corselettes 

with SWimi nlk brassirrr 
top. with «tronif rlanir m 
sert« in ' .'.i 
strap*. .M/f» ,lj (,, 40. >,i>t 
cial valM at 

NeriK.f'rx Girdlea at $1.98 
Rayon utiipr material made 
in side hooking Style, with 
sections of elastic over hips 
and six hose supports. Reg- 
ular ^ t ' ai.t>« 

— 5ocond Floor, H B C 



Waxed Paper 
Sale Priced 

Our «iaiidard 60 Sheet K' .ji 
of (,(.od White Fully 
Bleached Wax Paper. A 
household necessity for the 
kitchen and for lunches, 
pastry, etc. Regular 10c a 
roll Sale Priced at • r.dN 
for .... »!»<' 

—Mmm Floor, HBC 



Save on Window 

Draperies 

Cretonnes and Terry Cloths 

^ '•[I'-ndid assorfnient of 
Cretonnes suitable for drapet 
or curtains. Also some pleas 
ing effects in Terry Clot'hs. 
Widths 31 and 36 inches. 
Values to $1 10. Yard 59# 

A Table of Curtain Fabrica 

N'ets, fancy dot marqmsrttes, 
silk Kaiize, plain «ilk ami 
ruffle gauze. Values to 59c. 
Sale, per yard 89^ 

50-Inch Shadow Cloth 
Good designs and serviceable 
colors. Suitable for loose 
covers and drapes. Width 50 
inches. Sale, per yard. 91.10 

Raffle and Fancy Bordered 

Curtains 

.\ttrai'li\e i-iirtaiiis witli im- 
sertion and late ecl>>e; J' , 
yards long. Regular %2JS. 
Sale, per pair f 1.40 

Curtain Trimmings and Bd(> 
ings, Valuca to 30c for Sc 

A nice selection of Trlmniintcs 
and Edgings in all popular 
shades. Values to M)c a yard 
for January Sale, yard 

Ruffle Curtains at 69c a Pair 
In a nrat clietk marcun.-irttr 
with colored ruffle etrecis; 
also .some sample curtains are 
included offering many pleas- 
inf and attractive values at 
this low price. Pair e0c 

—TkM Floor, NBC 



s 



1 



1 



rues on 



Rugs 



French Oriental Scamleaa 
Axodnstara 

Clever rnpies of (tiirntals in 
F.astern designs ^nd rolo\ - 
ings. Tliese ,irr ruRs fli.it 
will stand very heavy wear. 

Siae 4 ft. 7'A in. x 6 ft. 8 in. 
Regular $39.50. Sale. «87.50 

Siie 5 ft X 8 ft. Regular 
$55.00. Sail- 048.00 

Siae 6 ft. 8 in. x 9 ft. 10 in. 
Regular $85.0<). Sale, 06S.OO 
Size 8 ft. ^ HI X '11 ft. .1 in. 
Regular $112.50. Sale Price 
at $M.0O 

Odd tisM in Lltiotemn Kugs 

We are clearing out discarded 
patterns. These arc cork 
linoteiini nigs with hurlaii 
back patterns, suitable fur 
kitchen and liviny rooms. 
Site 9 ft. X 9 ft fe.TR 
Size 9 ft. X 13 ft. 6 in S.ilr 
Price »1 I ..%0 

Size 9 ft. X 15 ft. » < - 
Size 12 ft. X 13 ft 

Price 0 14.JI6 

Siae 12 ft. X IS fL....flT.00 

JaM B m igs l i Rags 

These hardy little rugs will 
give remarkable wear, and are 
suitable for kitchen or bed- 
room. Size ZZy't X 45 inches. 
Special at 00# 

Scamleaa Axminattr Rags 

ill plain color with two-tone 
border. Two only of thcic. 
Choose blue or brown. Siae 
7 ft. 6 in. X 9 ft. Sale. 0B0.00 

— ThM Floor, NBC 



Girls' School 

Foo( \\ iwr at 
S.iK Prices 

Patent Leather Strap Shoes 

wifli stronif flexible leatlier 
soles and rubber heels Si^r^ 
8 tx» 2. Per pair 01.00 

Girls' Rubber Boot< 

til i>1a< k and fawn with 

lieel« Per pair • I 

Children's Broad Strap Shoes 
J^:\ and Patent Ivcather 
Broad Strap Shoes with lizard 
trim. Neat shoes made on full 
toe last Si7e>. 11 to 2. Per 
pair 03.00 



Floor, NBC 



Women s Shoes 
Values to $12.00 
for $7.95 

Shoes of distinctive styles and 
patterns in blue and black kid 

and in reptile suede. Some 
are with lancy how lies; 
others in I'olou'al pump 
styles. These feature the new 
Cuban and Spanish he^t< 
Values to $12.00. Pa • ' - 

Floor, HBC 



HBC Service Groceries 




Ihcse i'rites Include Dehvery to 
Your Home 

I LA AND COFKEfc; SPEClALg 

pecial Breskfast Coflee freshly 

rouud, per lb. _ S5# 
lbs. for 01. OO 

Our Mogul Bmad Tea. s^lal, 

lb. „ 

» lbs. for 



>an Ripe Brand Lar^e Ripe Olives. 9-os. 

"n — - „ 00^ 



2 tins for Z.... 00# 

c lark's Tomato Catsnp, larg« bottle. 10# 

Oatnpbell'a Tomato Soup, per tin 11# 

•* tins for „ 8o<» 

V an Camp'j Beaii M-de Beans, with ! 
\o 2 tin. Special, 18c )ins for 14f 

3 tins lor — " 



(Sz£i J 670 



King-Beach Pure Strawberry Jam, 4-lb 
tin. Special at 00^ 

Fraser Valley Pure Strawberry Jam, 4-lb. 

tin "^^ '-• ' -- 



Faultlesa Brand Siajapore Sliced 
Pineapple. .No. 2 tin. Spe« ul 

at lie 

3 tins for 30f 

l ibby's Sliced Peaches. No. 2 tin. 

Special 00# 

3 tins for ... TO^J 

Del -Vlonte Crushed Pineapple, 

No. 2 tin. Special at ™ 

8 tins for „ 70f 

Del Monte Golden Bantam Corn. 

Special, per tin Xl<^ 

3 tins for _.. «0<* 

Del Monte Crosby Corn. S|.e 

cial. per tin , 

3 tins for 0O^ 



HALF-PRICE SPECIALS 
< )ld Monk Brand Snpcrtine 
Pure Virgin Olive Oil, regular 
per bottle 70c. Special, 80< 
,Ioy>- ^'rtb.t Mate. Soiilli Apier- 
icaii Health Drink, regular per 
tin, $1.10. Special at 00# 



HALF-PRICE SPECIAL 
Cresca Brand Fancy Quality 
Sweet Corn. I>t,'ular, p.-r tin 
•Wc, lor 16^ 



Christie's Water Ice Biscuits, reg- 
ular per lb.. 60c. Special "iS^ 

New Sea.son's Moist Sair Dates. 
Special at 4 lbs. for 06^ 

New Season's Sanfa Clara Valley 
Prunes 

30-40S, per lb _ 18^ 

3 lbs. for 

40-50.S, per lb. 

3 Ib.s. for 

50 ftOs. per lb. 
3 lbs. for 



17<* 

50*» 



NEW SEASON'S SMYRNA 

LAYER FIGS 
5 Crown, regular per lb.. 2Sc. 

for 

7 Crown, regular per lb , .i(i< 

f^>r a:7<» 

2 lbs. for BO<* 

Crown, regular per lb., < . 

•or „ 

a lbs. for 00^ 



SOAPS AND CLEANSERS 

' >I(I Dnti li Cleanser, tin Oe' 
.'MitiliKbf Sf.ap. package ....10<» 
7:el.ra Uquid Stove Polish, per 

'"MtIc 14^ 

3 bottles for 40<' 
Lifebuoy Soaj). Si'ccial at 4 
cake> for 2.%<» 
I.nx and I'almolive Toilet 
.^oap, 3 cakes for 



Special for _ 4T# 

Sweet Adeline Molasses. No l'] 

'in for l>o 

( ream oi Wheat, per pkge., a4f 

Swans Down Cake Flour, per 
package 36^ 

PROVISION SPECIALS 
Finest Uuality New /ci' ' 
Creamery Butter, per lb J. 

0 lbs. for a i .lo 

1 lb. prints, each 46# 

3 for 01.32 

Bakeasy Shortening, per pkt. 18c 
0 packets ...00f 

Hams and Bacons 

Smoked Cottage Rolls, lb 34< 

Sweet Pickled Cottage Rolls, per 

lb 

Smoked Picnic Hams, lb 08^ 

Sweet Pickled Picnic Hams, i r- 
ib 224! 

Choice Quality Side Bacon, side 

or half side, per lb 33<' 

Sliced, per Ib *. 35c 

.Swi(t\ ream«aV — Baefc — B»ci-n. 
sliced, per lb 00^ 

Cheese Speciala 

I'ine Quality Mild Cheese, per 
lb 00^ 

Prime Ontario Cheese, lb., 40^ 
Chilvern Cottage Cheese, 4 por- 
tions, per carton 10# 

Imported I- r e n c li Roquefort 

Cheese, pn lb «8< 

< rorgoii/, iIh I heese, per lb., -ISc 
Swiss Knight Gruyerc Cheese, in 
6 portions, per carton S0# 

Delicatessen Speciala 

Dani-ili Hani, .sliced, per lb . 80** 

, lb. tin for 03.OO 

Sliced Chicken and Ham Loaf, 

per Ib _ 454> 

Sliced Spiced Ham. per lb.. 60^ 

Sliced Cooked Ham, per Ib 80# 

SIic( il [( Mini I.uncli Tongue, per 
II) 00^ 

FRUIT AND VBOBTABLB 

SPECIALS 

I llicit 1! (". H(ine\- in Conib, 
c;o h . 32<* 

I dnr\ Spit7rnljcrg .\i>ple><, per 
box ' . .. 03.26 

Jonathan Apples, per box . 02.25 
Wagener Apples. Special at, per 

box 01.07 

New Navel Oranges at, per dozen, 

from 40^ to 0O4^ 

Newtown Pippin Apples at. per 
box . 02. SO 

^ akinia <ioni I'otatoes, No. 1 

<»ra(le. per sack 03.85 

< arrots. lO lbs. for 25c 

l'ar>iiips, 8 lbs. for 26< 

Turnips. 8 lbs. for 26^ 

Mcots. 10 Ibv for a5#t - 

t )iiii>iiv 't ■,» ', 

—Lower Main Floor, HBC 



r 



Men's South African Field 
Boots Reduced to 4.95 



I (pro's v.,„r opporttinitv to ^.n f the ptirrli.isr a 
l»air of genuine South .\frnaii I'lrid |'.o,,ts. 'n,p\- i,,,vr 
double tong^ucs, full Jouhle .solui leather sole- ' 
box kip uppers. Choice of brown or black. 
All sizes. January Sale Price 

Floor, NBC 



4.95 



January Clearance of 

Used Pianos 

I he t( diowinj^' jiian. 
have hern roiiiiik-tel v 
ovcrhaulf.l . niMile and 
out. Price includes de- 
livery in Victoria and 
free tunitig. They arc 
all e.\ceptional \ .ilur 
( >n .sale Saturila_\ ami 
Monday. .*^ee them. 
Hear them. 

Oarliard HafaMsnan 

Medium small, ab^nbitely 
riodern; pulsating.; I.n-I^r 
walnut. Very sfr, v.i ■ ,'<,-• 
at a:i:30.6O 

Terms, |10.U0 Cash 
91000 Monthly 
Hcintansan ft Co. 
Uniis lomc model, hke new. Complete with bent li. 

Agraffe bridge: mahogany „ 0370.OO 

$20.00 Now, $11 95 Monthly 
Worm worth 

Library model. Very evrrllent tone and hi fine condi- 
tion. Complete MMl, brni li. oak A real \fKf, 98S8.00 

$I0')«' \,,w. $10.00 Monthly 
Knabe Grand 

This inMrument has been complet. lv irf,,„sbed and is like new mab..,/ 
any. If yon intend to purchase a grand herr v,,„r ..piM-numt v \ ,.m 
upnght wUlbe accevted as first payment. Balanre monthly ..0000.0O 
In New Flaaas Wa Ha«« Baidwte, Oovriay and Our Own 




— TM Flo0r, NBC 




Fresh Moar 
Specials tor 
Today 

A i^rralian Lamb Spec i 

' ~ ' ' I .iiiib, per Ib . 
' ' I 1 ami), lb -f», 
."'liouniei s 111 I .mill, per lb.. iilC 

Red Ribbon Beef 
Loins and T-Bonr, per Ib 40# 
Sirloin Tip and Aitcli 
Hoast, per lb In, 

W ing Rib Roast, per Ibw. 36^ 

Prime Rib and Rump. Ib., 80e» 

Thick Rib, per lb a8<» 

Pot Roast, per lb., 00^ and 00^ 

Perk 

Legs and Loins, per Ib.>.. 85<» 

Side of Pork, per lb. a8<> 

Shoulder of Pork, per th._.M# 

Poultry 

No. 1 Chicken, per lb „ 4K<» 

No 1 l <i\\l. per lb 3M, 

Light 1 o« 1 w- 'I 3:t,> 
1 urkevs, i - 4 

Mmo Floor. NBC 



^ Candy Specials 

Rassett'a Fancy Mixtures. Spa- 

cial for this sale at. per lb ...3o<^ 

K'f l Seal Wrapped Nut Toffee. 
Special, per Ib 40# 

Knglish Assorted Chocolates. 
Special, per Ib _ „00^ 

Rnm an. I Butter Toffee. Special 
for the sale at, per lb 00^ 

Fancy Hard Boiled Mixture. 

Special, per Ib. . 1T< 

Fry's, Kowntree's and Neilson's 
Large Choclate Bars. Special at, 
each l«<» 

Floor, HBC 



Saturday Savings 
in. Dmg S un d rit 

25c Glycerine and Rose Wain 

for \9t 

25c Tincture of Iodine 19t 

75c Liqtttd Petrolatum, 16 o/ 

for „ 40C 

25c Peroxide „ 10<> 

5nc Vick's VapoRub > 48<> 

25c Three Rolls Giant Toilet 
Tissue 19t 

8Sc Vind. 8 oz 7BC 

63c Hudson's Bay Company 
White Pine and Tar Cough 
.Syrnp 40<* 

$1 .50 Bath .Sponges at ...01.2» 

iSc event's Pocket Combs....00# 

S1.0(J Reduso, a for 02.29 

$1.00 Kellogg s .Asthma Kemedv 
for _ 00r 

$2.50 Value Military Hair 
Brushes 01.96 

$1 25 Value Engliah Bristle Nail 

Brushes 88# 

60c Hospital Cotton 49<* 

Fahrenheit I li'-rmometers, T5«' 

Floor, NBC 




Our Furniture 
Section Offers 

Soil Rniirkable 
ba I gains 

Walnut Chester Table 

in double pedestal style. LenKtii 
48 inches. Regular price $.Vv .mi 
for 007.60 

Antique Table 
in rciuiid iiec'estal stv'c wiili ii, 
laid top. Nf-Kiiiar Sfi'-^'iH). 045.00 

Walnut Drop-Leal Table 
with two drawers; 36 inches 

sipi.Tre when open Regnl,-,r 
$42..SU for 033.fiO 

Upholstersd Arm Chairs 

w lib ^priiiK SI ats and « .1! 
paclded arms and liac' ' mi| 
in brown imiiafo 
Regular S21 7- i.., *iU.iO 

Card Tables 
in rcKiilar foidiiiK *>tylc with 
waterproof tops. I'inishcd in 
red lacquer or walnut stain. 
For . 00.00 

Children'a Sulkies 

English made. Strong sulkies 
with strong wheels. Finisbnl in 
red. Regular $4.50. Sale, 02.05 

iTorr Criba 

with wooil frame Ani\ link t'j'nri,- 
.spring, l-inishe<l in ivory enamel. 
Regular $12.50 for 00.70 

Children's Kiddy Koops 
or folding C liild's Bed, on 0- 
iiicb rubber tired wheels. Siae 
2 ft. .1 in. X 4 ft. J in., with woven 
wire ,spring and soft comfortable 
mattresN R'-Rnlar iMir»- $29,75 
for 000.0O 



Fl0or,NBC 




Optical Special 

On Saturday only the Optical 
Department offers a limited 
nnmber of spectacle frames at a 
considerable reduction in price, 
riieae frames are all modern in 
•tyle and perfect in workman 
s'lip. and will be fitted to voiir 
own len»r, witii pui cm, 4 < li^r^e 
.Shell Library Frames. Regular 
$5.00 for 00.00 

Lightweight Shell. Regular <-1 i>'> 
for .. 02.75 

Floor, NBO 



Children's 
Brushed Wool 
Tams 



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Saturday at .„. 29«' 

Floor, NBC 



m m 



i>r. H A. Ami Arrives 
After Lengthy Eipktra* 
tions in Cav^ at Dor« 
dogne 

AHL LOLLU.UAJ 



I HALIFAX. N.S. .I«7i -A That 
France whs the preh'storlc home o' 
th«' Ctinadian Kskimo Is the behe* of 
Dr. H. A. Ami, following exploration 
{work in the caves and hillsidea of 
Dordogne, Prance, from which h« 
ha.s Juat returned. Dr. Ami who 
makes the .study of prehl.storto n\an 
and flme.s hi.s ."ipecinl 3VibJe< l. Hrrtv- 
ed here with thirty-eight tasrs ot 
I fipeclmens of fossils which are tjfir;? 
shipped to the Laboratory of Geolo- 
gy. Ottawa, and which wlU be avail- 
abhi to Federal and Provineial mu» 
I .seums and 1^ collegrps For five 
month.s ni .Ami has been In Frant* 
wheio he wb.s direct in^ the opeva- 
tlon.s of the party operating under 
the auspices of the Canadian School 
[of Pre-Hlatory, which, for eight 
[years, ha.<i been canylng cn Inveatl- 
gatlons Into the habits of the pre- 
' historle man and of the foaalls of 
>' ' ' ' ■ 1 which have been 
".r 1,1 111 i ), section. Interest - 
hi^ material re(?ardhig tlie vHrlous 
perlod.s of the world s evoliillor I 1 \ ■ 
Ixrn found In Southwest F': 
jand the Canadian oqnceMtou of 
Dordagne. 

I MANY DISCOVERIES 



In four years In one hllUlde alolM. 
Dr. Ami said, over 30.000 specimens 
had been discovered. Many of thaae 
nwwwsr m» aam« enaftawmua 

that mark the work of the Canadian 
E^sklmo. Next year will .show even 
tnore atartllnK .md iiitn evi nig de- 
velopments. Dr Anil says The skull 
of a Magdalenlan man discovered 
Ishowa Identically tho aame cbarae- 
Itertetlcs ae the Eskimo skull. A« 
weather and cllmnte conditions 
chansrod. thf aiilnial,, v.hlch fornmd 
the fiK.d. and provided the do liln? 
the vcnpons of iirrhlstorlc man 
wen : ,1 from PY.iiire, acravi 
Europe, and finally Into Northern 
Canada, and many followed the 
trail. The art of the ancients as 
demonatrated by the articles reoov- 
/ red bv excavation Is IdWHCgl iHUl 
that of the El^kUiio. 

Traces were fouiul this year of 
a great flood, wblch Dr. Ami said, 
was probably eauaed tqr warning 

conditions of the earth which opened 
t tie great flood gates o( Ice and nen'^ 
Kii rent.s of water down Into the val- 
leys, destroying' man and boaat. This 
vvic. (ii.^covered at Combe CapeUl, on 
the Canadian conoMBlon. where Im- 
plementa tooled by man were dli- 
covered ground to pebblM by tbt 
action of great waves. 

CANADIAN SCHOOL WOBK 

Fireplaces where the ahaggy efti- 
setu or 400,'(K)0 years ago made their 

homes, chambers v.here they carved 
with ii'.lniito delicacy their de. Ir'- to 
tran.scrlbe their lives ;uii their 
Ideal.s of beauty. In a manner far 
.'^urpa^^lng llv art of the anrient 
Egyptians, lamps which they used to 
light thaee ehambcra, and which are 
of the aame type as that used by the 
EsklmoR of today, were discovered. 
Traces of the various stages of the 
I great perlfKis which were history be^ 
I fore histnry wa.s mad* an all found 
ill thla section. 

The Canadian School is working 
under the ;iu.sp!ce.s of il.e Uoyal 
Society and Ui ((injunction wiih the 
I Eteaux Arts de France Tiie PVench' 
authorities have been most co u - 
teou.s and helpful to the Canndlans. 
Mr. Ami aald. and all specimens i-e*- 
covered are eent to the Beaux Arti: 
Whni they choose they retain ahd. 
re'i.rii Hrlicles Which are dupllbatM. 

Manv jplendid .'peclnicns were 
founo MiLs J ear and these will go to 
(>':aw;i foi cj.'t.s.sinrt\ilon and ftlong 
."iO.OOO or 60.000 already In Thi 
Laboratory at Ottawa will be avail- 
' able for Canadian univeraltlen. The 
University of BrlUsh Columbia, the 
Uiilver Ity of Toront.> \T' i Mil, the 
t'lilvers.ty of Alberto nii l D.^lhousle 

I niverslly will receive ,, ii)ns 
Dr. Ami spent eight yejis m Nora 

Scotia, where he paid particular at- 
tention to the rock formations and 
to the foMHa of the Maritime Fitrv- 

II e , p.nd wa^ one of those who dls- 
u r ed the nature of the Nova Sco- 

tlnn ,«inte which Is closely Aelded 
tORefher with granite He made ex- 
ten.s!ve .vtudl^.s in the inlnhi.; sec- 
tions, obtaining rare anci valuable 
specimens, aometlmes at the risk of 
his life In all he has spent thirty 
i years .studying the fossils of Nova 
Scotia and (ceoloKv '..Art Scotia. 
I Tlierr is. Dr Aim .1 ed. a nu've- 
ment in Canada at tlT^ present time 
I to begin an extensive study of pre- 
Ihutorie man In Canada aod elea- 
lere. 

ROMAN RF.MCS AT"" 
CAISTOR EXCAVATED 

LONDON (By MiUl).— After a 
fortnight of exeavatlon, under Don- 
ald Atktnaofi'a aupenrlgfcm. a good 
rumbor of finds are reported from 
Calst«r next Norwlrh. The work 
had not been In progrean ten min- 
utes before Roman roof tiles were 
unearthed, and later the vnlls of 
twin temples were traced The 
foundations nf these temples are 
now plainly seen, each with Its outer 
wall and inner shrine At one cor- 
ner of Insula IX is the baae ot What 
must have been an Important monu- 
ment, probably a small statue of a 
Roman Emperor. Thla would 
actually be In tiM boHneW tmatf 
of the town 

other discoveries inclurlr <»veral 
" lis amonK whkh was one of 
istlra IAD 140 I. SO' a secorut 
('aracalla <A.D. 211-217). and a 
1 of valena or Valmttalatt 
<Al}.9M-n%>. A bone pin. a WMiY- 
Ing wetghk two brooM ouifi, and a 
houae key hatre aieo batn tMigM 
to light while {jerhape the moH hi- 
terr' I 'nae if, 1 bron.; 

pRKie 1 f s (,f dark p<»*.ler\ 

are very numerous and nave yet 
to l>e classifle^d and there U al»j 
a conalflerHbi< .«nio'i' I of the red 
0amlan »are. on of a bowl almM'. 
oompleU. while on aiwCber afB..il 
BIM a gladlAljr la d.D.cU(l a. a 
Ml *Md and aworrL / 



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THE (TW.oMST, \-I(TORIA. B.C. SATURDAY; JANUARY 4, 1930 



♦ I 



THOUSANDS EXPECTED TO WATCH TODAY'S RUGBY 



U.B.C. Basketball 
Teams Break Even- 
In Four Fixtures 



UtULlt IT OR NOT 



Fiy Kipley 



■Walh Mivrrs Stats as Scnint 



C ^ 1 c 



\\ ins 
lake 



j OaiiiCb, VV lule Varsity Senior Curb Win 



'^^ Alter droppltitf the first two gamM 
jion tht procntnini)-, Varsity's senior 
■ girls' and men's teams hung up 
ietisy vtcUMieit In the last two 

imalebM. and m a iwult tarokc even 
In the fvur games atagad at the 
, Victoria High School gymnasium 



under hb ovn hoop and dribbled 
do«rn tlmmgh the whole Victoria 
team for the prettiest two polnti 
of the game. Shortly after this 

performance he again worlced hif. 
way through with McEwan atirl 
. . ^, — ^ with one hand tossed another ftn.> 

fSS..S^J? ? connection with the* neld goal through the circle. WlUi 

f.rC^t r r ■"l:;'^'"^''- time drawing near Captain Mayers 

2 largest crowd sine*- tlic C lunefie stu- 



ident-s appt-aicd hrre last year wit- 
Jnesficd the vultora In action. 

iln the first game, Victoria Col- 
lege giris delaated the Mainland 
.quintette, 19-4. while Victoria Col- 
lege boys made It two straight by 
I nosing out the students in a closely 
. fought affair. 16-U. Varsity's srnlor 
' girls proved far too strong for an 
all^tar team fiorii VlcUjria and Uls- 
frirt l,«'a^'u<>, and finl.shed on tfie 
lonx ciiii of a 22-8 count. In the 
; feature attraction. Skipper "WaHy' 



was forced to leave the floor on 
four perNnal fouls, much to the 
disappointment of the record crowd 
that was thrilled with hU brilliant 
woric 

Varslty .s pretty combination was 
too good for Victoria during the 
la-st live minutes, and they piled in 
baskets almost at wiU while their 
oppooenu were relying on long 
.shote whidi failed to materialize. 

For the winners Mayers with thir- 
teen. Teddy MclTwan with .■^Ix and 




Canadian J^trn 
Bowlers Jjone to 
Auckluiid Riiiks 



AUCKLAND, NZ. Jan .< .Van- 
couver Pruvin • Cublei The tour- 
ing CaiiH't ,i; >wlers were again 
beaten tiKiay ijy rinks representing 
varlou-s Atiricland clubs, the home 



o 95. 



m\im WILL 

UW ill) Wti 
AT IIISPOSAL 



LOCAL REP SIDE 
TO MEET VARSITY 
IN CUP FIXTURE 



Nc^s P,l„t „} Ne-u ^,,rk 
a II k «• (' s Has I ulf 
Pii//1( 111 }■ I out ()j I Ihii 
Many Changes Lxpetled 



Two Power! Ill Sides Will Take 1 
Alhletii- Park This Alternoon at 
in Feature 1 . . iit ot 
at Peak 



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ielJ at Po\ al 
2: \S o'clock 
U.H.C^ Invasion — Lucab 
(>)ndition 



Lieutenant-Governor to Attend; 

Game to Be Broadcast Over CFCT 



j IjMayers and company from the Point P^'''"'^'^ ^^^^ l^d the 

Dnri»v lnaUfMt«/wi Uv*^ nr. 1 '"''^>''1'1K while Arnold Hf>ruli>rjinn 



|Orey institution, lived up to their 
Jrepuution and lianded Peden 
I Brothers, of the Senior "A" City 
f League, a SS-17 setteek. 

' PlayinK a combination game that 
i completely baffled their opponents 
tfroni thf first wiustle. Varsity's 
■senior aggregation proved that they 
will make any i- i . \hf province 
■step uhen the provincial playoffs 
come off next month. The visitors 
soon took a eomnuuidlng lead on 
three fouls converted by Mayers, one 
by Chapman and a beautiful basket 
by Teddy McKwan. Pedens dropped 
home their first ba.sket after ten 
'.minutes, when Hocking took Tom 
'L4ttle's pa.s.s and rung the h(K.p 

Field goals by Hocking. Hosf, and 
Little, of Pedens. and a ba.sket by 
Henderson for Varsity, put the teams 
,Ott even terms with two minutes of 
the first half remaining to be played. 
However, the winners took a two- 
point lead Just before the whistle, 
when Melntyre broke away from his 
Cheek and slipped the leather home 
Trom under the basket 

Peden's made .somt' chanBes In 
their linr-u|) when the tfiim.s took 
the flooi for the second half. 
Wachter and Art Chapman went in 
for Stan Moore and Charlie Chap- 
man. Varsity continued with their 
same personnel, which started to 
function at a faster clip than dur- 
ing the initial stansa. The rombln.i 
Hon of Mayers and Melntyre was 
pretty to watch and this pau- of 
sharpshooters worked their way 
through Victoria's defence three 
tlmee hi quick sueoeastan and each 
time made no mistakes With their 
ihots. 

MAYUW 017TSTANDIN0 
With the score 17-9 against them 
the local cagers started to comblhe 
better than ever, and Bud Hocking 
and Joe Reas accounted for a few 
baskets to make things more Inter- 
esting. However, the elusive .Mayers 
treated the fans to some fine ba-s- 
ketbali when he received the ball 1 ten (3). 



scorl.iK while Arnold Henderson 
and ('.'..ipi! ,in played fine games as 
guards. Joe Ross with sevMH, Bud 
Hocking with four. Tom little and 
Tomnur Wachter stood out on the 
local UiM-up. Alan Le Marquand 
•nd TomMy FortMs officiated* and 
the teams were: 

Var.slty- W .\Ja\or.s Mcl»- 
tyre c8i, Berto. McEwan (6», Hen- 
derson <2< and Chapman (3>. 

Peden Brothers — Wachter (2), 
Hocking (4). C. Oh^mian. A. Chap- 
man (1). W. Whltg. T. Little (3) and 
J. Ross (7). 

PKBLIMIXARY OAMU 
The preUmlnary games were 
somewhat mie-sldcd. with the ex- 
ception of the one which ended In 
Victoria College's favor by a lone 
basket. Victoria College girls walked 
all over Varhlty s representatives, 
while Just the opposite happened 
when the u B c senior women 
trounced a picked team from tlie 
City League. Le Marquand and 
Forbes handled the games, and the 
teams were as foilow.<i: 

Victoria College boys— C Bls%ell 
<5), L. Jones i6>. L Prior. A Kou- 
blster *4t. J Mortimer r. Mum?, I 
R. Tervo ' 1 ■ and ( i l- rnsrr 

Varsity H ' team R. McDonaid 
i2). J. McNeil r Berto (4). N. Mc- 
Connell (6), J. Foublster and W. 
Patmore (3). 

Victoria College girls— B. ICac- 
murehle <ll). j. Edwards (4). L 
Purdy. V. Anderson <4^, T. Oreen 
and M Ewart. 

Varslt' -B" girls— W. Wat-son O). 
M. Tourtellotte. M Bhelly. J. Ed- 
wards. M. Clarke and M. Martin ( 1 < 
Victoria women — J. Milllken. T 
Rennie (4i, I. Alexander. I. Craw- 
ford. M. Peden <»), A. Taylor. E. 
Matthews. B. Mscmurchie, B. Bovce 
(2). and R. Bethell 

Varsity senior women T Mahon 
i2i. M. Tourtellotte. M. Campbell, 
W Watson, J. White (12). R. Ting- 
ley iti), M. ShMly and O. Men- 



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RUBIDIUM 

RUTHE.NIUM 

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(Montrose 



GEHRIG SURE OF 
FIRST BASE BERTH 



By BRIAN BIXX 
Aiaoclattd Prtu Sports WrMtr. 
NEW YORK. Jan. 3.— The New 
York Yankees will give Bob Shaw- 

key, the new managrr thirty-Hve 



Jin to 



On rsQiMAi, ieat with stamped addressed envelope, the Spoils Editor of The Coleaist wiU fvmiali prod ol 
anjrthing depicted by Mr. Ripl^r. 



mu m IN 
MIAMI [oyiii\Ly 

Trio Turn In fiR s in Ii»-.t Ball < om- 
petlUon — Tournament Proper to 
Start Todajr 




OALA ARilAMiLU 



II. B.C. Swimmers u i oppose Unl- 
vcrilty el Saskatchewan Next 
Mdap 



, ^VANCOUVER, Jan. 3.— An all- 

t^r^eiln #( Vancouver men and 
t4lMk) Iwlminers win flRure 111 the 

tJhIverslty of nrlf:.sh Columbia vs 
; University of S.-^.skatrhewan Inter- 
colleRlate swiniriilnK trala nt Crystal 
I Pool next Frltl.'iy iilRlit. The pro- 
; Rramme include.-* two British Co- 
lumbia championships for women. 
I nfty yards and MO yards, free style. 
The evenU will be fifty yards free 
style. 100 yards free style. 200 yards 
free style, relay. lOO yards bren t 
stroke. 100 yard.s backstroke, diving 
and phinRe for dt.stanrc The races 
are the ,snme for men and women. 

In the university events there will 
be two swimmers from each college 
with an additional entrant repre- 
senitng VanAuver. 
, ffcxt week's meet may be in the 
nature of a tent to decide , the 
•wlmmers to ro F.Rst for the blR 
meet In Oftaiva commenrlnR F»«b- 
niary .1, Ottawn rerrntlv madp n 
proposal to pHv the expen.ses of s<" 
eral Vancouver .swimmers to the 
meet. 

Ruth Marriott will defend her 
■no-yard free style UUe. as will 

(Mary McLean in the fifty yards 
nntrMday. Both won their orowns 
at a mattlat to Vtetoite lun No- 
▼ember. 

Jimmy Slaltery 
And Scoxaa to 
Battle Feb. 10 



VaraUy» Lead U 
Tufo Pointi Over 
Local AthtHeg 



CTUDBNTS of the Unlvpr- 
O .slfy of Brltl.<.h (-..luiiibla 
gained a two-ix^lnt Ipad In 
their athletic activities with 
local organizations yesterday. 
The Invaders copped the 
swimming gala, the curtain- 
raiser or the lengthy sports 
programme, and then divided 
the honors in the cage games 
and badmlnt/in match. 

Summary of rp.siilt,s to date 
follows: 

Swimming Gala 

Vartftjr 04. Vletorla YM.OJL 
62. 

Basketball 

Vanity 14, VletarUi OoUat* 

16* 

^^vanttgr 4. VIctorte OoUega 

VarMty 32. Peden Bros, 17. 
V'anslty 22. Vlrfrirla 8 

B4ulmlnt4>n 
Vnraity 8. Oarrlaon 8. 

Total Points 
Varsity 7, Vtotorla 5. 



MIAMI. Fla.. Jan. 3.— -Three pairs 
of professlMials Ued with 88's today 
for the first place In a professional 

best ball tournament tiiat was i\ 
curtain raiser for the aiuumi Mi.imi 
open Kolf toumaineiU tomorrow 
and Sunday. Jock Hutchison, Chi- 
c?po, niid (JeorRo Howard. CantOii, 
Ohio, made up the first pair to re- 
port 68's for the eighteen holes of 
tourney play. Shortly afterward. 
Alrt Weber. Bmwood. N.J.. and Al 
Heron, Reading, Pa. turned tn an 
other best ball 68 with Fred Mc- 
Dermot'. Indianapolis, and Lau.-ie 
Ay'on. Chicago, cutting corncr.i to 
pole the liiird 68 of the day. 

Eddie Lund, Fairfield. Conn., and 
Charles McAllster, Queens, Long 
Island, were on the card fbr fourth 
money with the only 89. Oene Sar- 
azen, defending champion. In the 
Miami opeji. and Bill Painian, 
Miami, were out of the money with 
70 s. They tied with several other 
teams. 



International Chegs 

HASTINGS. Eng.. Jan 3 Tlie 
se\rn'h rcjund of the international 
che.s.s tournament wa.s conte.sted to- 
day In the Town Hall. Bv drawing 
wt»h Ur Vidmar, of Jugoslavia, Jose 
K capablance. of Cuba, kept his 
place at the head of the list. Miss 
Nenchlk. of Russia, the woman 
champion, surprised the talent by 
defeating Sir George Thomas, of 
London 



Todays SjKprt Programme In One of 

Great Length mul \ ain'ty 

with a lengthy list of events In which the Invading University 
of British Columbia students wUl oppo-.p lor.il train.«;. today s sport 
card is of much greater length than usual. The complete pro- 
granmie, giving the ILst of Varsity events flnt, foltows: 
10:30— Oolf. Varsity vs. Victoria CoUege. 
10:30— Soccer, Varsity vs. Victoria College, at High School. 
10:30— Women's grass hockey. Varsity va College, at High School. 
1 :30— Intermediate Rugby, Varsity vs. College, at Royal Athletic 
Park. 

2:30 — Badminton, (iarrl.'^on v.s Varsity, at Drill Hall. 
2:4.S <;ras.s lux-key, Var.slty \.s Victoria, at Willows. 
2 Ah MrKechnle Cup Rugby. Varsity vc. Victoria, at Royal Ath- 
letic Park. • 
3;30— Track meet, Varsitv vir'r>rin v at Royal Athletic Park. 

8EMOK hOUTBALL 

Saanich Thistles vs. Five C*», at Bga eo n HUl tower ground. Kksk- 
off at 2:30 o'clock.^ 

JUNIOR FOOTBALL 
Esqulmait vs. Victoria City, at Beacon Hill, upper froUBd 
Roval Oak vs. Y.M.C.A.. at Hampton Road. 
(.Mklands vs. Sidney, at Spencer's Park. 
James Island vs. K. of c nt .inr > 

JUVENILE tool ll.Al.l. 
DHrtslon I 

Chinese Canadian Club vs. Victoria West, at Central Park, lower 
ground. Referee, Seireant Undgren. 

BOXING 

Professional fistic show at the TUllcum Oymnaslum. under the aus- 
pices of the Central Boxing Club. Kid Stubbs, local glove 
thrower, will battle Jack Sweeney. .Seattle m the ten-round 
main event. Tommy Drysdale and Danny Pastroe wlU mU In 
six-round wml-wlnd-up. nirse prdlminartes. First boot at 
8 : 4o o clock. 




t.LHRIU 



VAMwi, Left Arm 
Back Straight 



wmm II! iMiiMi 
^1 AKii 10 mm 



ractflc 



Newsy Lalonde May Be 

as Manager Wlthta Skari 



I /A' iF*^ ^"' "^ BACK AT 
Lf \ \ ■ 3 KAGf ri 

I ' ' **• h 4 K'-> HIS 



BUFFALO, Jan. 3.— >nmmy SUt- 
lary and Louis Seossa, Buffalo's 

rival boxing contenders de.stgnat^d 
by tiie New York sute Athletic 
Oomml.'wlon to fight for the world's 

liRht 

wfip matched here this afternoon 
for a fUtaen-round match tam on 
W. 



MO>nrREAL. Jan. 4 - Th-re are 
persistent rumors about, and rumors 
that seem well founded on far;, that 
Eddie Oerard vlll rep;nrp Newsy 
Lalonde as leader of the Ottawa 
Senators within the next few days 
The OaaetU says Ui a news story on 
ita sport page today. Hm OmMU 
continues in part: 
"The name of Eddie Gerard as 




infteiders, out- 
umpires, and 
Vernon. Port 



By ROL METZCiER 
If you ?AU start the new year 
with the picture in your mind of the 
oorrset swing for an tron to the 
green you will be In a fair way to 
greatly reduce your handicap during 
IMO. No club ft<id.s more strokes to 



heav>«welght rhempionshln ^"^ coupled with the 1 duffer's round than this one 

latched here this af temoon ! w * ^'"^ *»• 'WlllUll ^'•y *° Improve play with 



Btuketball tnuie* 



a« M«'^i>on Irarter 

■ nier Ottawa star, Oerard 
il^V Msodated with 

both I " ' ^ and management of the 
Senators for many fsan He turned 
down two offers of lio.ooo from two 
■aicr pro dubs to become manager 
Ijefors th» start of •) ^ n. 



Bitrigg for the Vancouver Island 
junior basketball championship 
series piM't t.f. f\]r(\ not later than 
TMeJ.(luv .lan.iM' M nrr uMipg m /(>// \ \ ) 

Information !• ■ ,i r 

•'Rrofty- Dow.l. ,f t.he /*/ 1 ll 

Vti nrivi! , iln;,: I (,«:, Asso- | 

• '•"tH N , i,r will bei TOLEDO. Ohio. Jan. 3— Johnnv 
' - Ifnnis rii erlng must «ub- I MostU. OtM of the best-kiiown out- 



iOti LULLUO 



in. I H u^t of players. Sunday SflhqffI 
League quintettes In the olty arg ool 
eligible to enter this scrlgs. ■ntrles 
mar be filed with J. C. OowdB, 
Oocdoo WooMrMfa ir Jack IVlor. 



flaldan la the American I^gue 
now a member of the Toledo club 
or the Amerlr.^n A-v-soriatlon 
tU was purchased 



1th the 

Iron Is to simplify the movements. 
N( 'e Hagen taking It back. Open 
stance with the body fairly close to 
the ball and weQ over It ifiat leads 
to eiiiiipaonMM, "T^e Halg" starts 
the cl\» tftgk With a straight left 
arm wUhoilt beadlhg the wri.sU 
That opens the face at the half-wa 
mark 

When the left arm fulfills Its mis- 
sion and will not go farther back 
without bandhig. then lh» wruti 
Mft the club up and over the shoul- 
ders. The arm pull going back has 
pulled the hlp^i and shoulders .sllght- 
iy around arnl move.l the weight to 
the ripht Brace the right leg and 
lock the right hip to pre s e r ve your 



Baeebaliem From All Oxrr 
Nertbwe«t to Attend Bi 
at SeatUe Tonight 

SEATTLE. Jan 3 Baseball 
heroes of yesterday— more than 300 
strong— will gather In Seattle to- 
morrow night from all parts of the 
I'aclfic Northwest at a unique 
"Busher Banquet" 

Pitchers, catrher.s 
fielders, managers, 
fans from Mount 
Angeles, Everett. Relllngham, Ts- 
coma, Spokane Monroe, Bremerton, 
Aberdeen. Olympla. Port Orchard! 
Port Townsend. Stanwfxxl, Port 
Opnible. Casmopolls, Monterano, 
.Sh»>lton. Anacorte,s. Wenatchee, 
Yakima. Ontralla. Vancouver, B.C.. 
Mullnn. Idaho, Seattle and many 
other towns of the Northwest will, 
get together for a monster celebra- 
tion. 

Men who played ba.seban as far 
back as 1178 are expected to at- 
tend the big dinner and entertain- 
ment. J E Fairhurn, who played 
on the Seattle team of that year, 
will likely be the veteran of 
erans. 



' 'Vi Gra8$ 
Hockey Team to 
To Meet Vat .stt^ 

Tlie Victoria grass hockey team, 
which will meet Varsity this after- 
noon at the Willows Park, at 2:45 
o'clock, will be as follows: W, Bh-d, 
Douglas. Reese, R Hlnton. E Wil- 
liams. Appleby, Dunbar r ff^xl? 
son. C. Denny, Lloyd and Thomas 
Wlnsby. 



players next monf 
fit the basebnl 
There are 
enough playr- 
of known worth 
in the aseortmen' 
to make the 
former world 
c h a m p 1 o I 
contenders tLn.< 
If "Bob the C< 
can strike t 
right eombitia 

tlon 

Hl.s first prob- 
lem will be ar- 
rangement of the 
infield. Only I ' 
Oehrlg Is estai 
llshed. He wlU 
play first base as 
usual. Tony Laz- 
serl is a certainty In the line of first 
defence, but whether he will again 
take care of second remains to be 
seen. Hr may be needed elsewhere 

Mark Kocnig has shown that he 
Is a better shortstop than third base- 
man, so he will p'-->bably return to 
his first love. A sji-amble remains 
between Lyn Lary, Jimmy Reese, 
Larry's former teammate, Ben 
Chapman, a great hitter and the 
talkative Leo Durocher for the one 
place likely to l>e open Not even 
Shawkey, however, knows what that 
vacancy will be. 

Two-thirds of the outfield wlU be 
back, among them Babe Ruth and 
Karl Coombs. Allan "Dusty" Cooke 
great prospect from St. Paul, has 

been tentatively accorded Bob Meu- 
sels former post, more or less by 
acclamation 

One of the older .srhool of recruits. 
Eugene "Bubbles Hargreave. with 
ten years in the National League 
behind him. will boUteT the oatchlng 
staff after a year as manager of st 
Paul In American Association 
Dickey, a fine newcomer; Bengougl, 
and Jorgens, of la.st year's club, and 
Bill John Karlon, drafted from 
SprlnKfieid. M.T.SS . complete the 
catching staff. 

MaiifiKer Shawkey, who was a 
great pit. lier In his day, will have 
a crop of seventeen pitchers, pros- 
pects and near pitchers from which 
to choose his staff. Hoyt, Plpgras. 
Zachary, Helmach. Wells. Pennock. 
Sheridan. John.son are veterans, al- 
though the last two are young In 
years. 

Among the recruits with the be.st 
records are Vernon Oomez, from the 
San Francisco club, and Lois Mc- 
Evoy. from Oakland, of the Pacific 
Coast League; Louis PpUl. of Bt 
Paul, and Ivy Andrews, from Al< 
bany. of the Eastern League. 



Tile Rugby battle of a century | Bud Murrav Ls considered the 
will he fought at the Royal Ath- j peer of the forwards. He ha.s 

weight and speed and seems untlr- 



letlr Park thi. afienioon, when Vic- 
torias rep fifteen stacks up against 
the much-touted Varsity squad In 
a McKechnle Cup match, commenc- 
ing at 3:48 o'clock. The game will 
be preceded by the UB C -Victoria 
College clash, which Ls .scheduled to 
start at 1 30 o'clock, and indlcatloru 
are that there will be a new at- 
tendance record created when the 
teams are set In action by Referee 
Levien. Ueutenant-Oovornor Bnice 
and Miss Mackonsle wUl be miMts 
of the Union. 

Two teams, trained to the 
minute and keen for victory will 



battle promises to be a rugged 
contest from whistle tn whislje. 
Interest In th« das 

ri-arhrd nrvi tiii^^lit .imi Mitll 
>• ' ' I!" . "i.in ..ri liK best be- 
havior (lose to 4.000 fans are 
expected to be on hand. 
The pitch no doubt will be heavy 
after yesterday's rain, but if Mr 
J. P. cease.s hl.s actlvltle.s a few 
hours before the game the ground 
should bt to ttoe sh^M tor the 
tussle. 

Varsity will pit its strongest side 
against the local repreeenUUves I 
and Is particularly anxious to win 

tn order to enhance chance.s of 
copping the prized piece of .silver- ! 
wiire for another year In their 
firnt game the Varsity battled the 
Vancouver all-stars to a 6-r> draw 
In the matches so far this year. 
Varsity has scored 157 points' 
against t 

Lot AL.> .Nttl> VVl.N 

Victoria also needs a vletory and 
win have every man out with the 
main Idea of stopping the crack 
Varsity side, in the first game here 
against the Maiiikmder.s the locals 
dropped an 11-8 decision, when the 
visitor.^ netted a try in the last two 
minutes of the game, 



big. He plays lock. Coaches Jack 
Kennedy and Jack l^rwhltt con- 
sider Murray aa one of the best 
forwards ever developed in Vancou- 
ver, 

LOCALS WELL-CONDITIONED 
The local team Ls well-known to 
Rui?l)\ lollower.s, and every plnvei 
can 1.1' depended on to give his best 
Frr over six weeks the locals«have 
been training for the series and are 
the best-conditioned fifteen put out 
in this city In years. The forward.s 
are keen as mustard, fast and on 
top of the b all a|l t he thr" In tlie 
last game agalnrt Vancouver, which 
the locals copped. 10-11. the puck 
functioned like a machine and drew 
the plaudits of the fans throughout. 
Manager Travis and Coach Phil 
Wallls figure this division will car- 
ry the local colors through the bat- 
tle to a win. The game will be 
broadcast over CFCT 

The team.s will line- up a.s follow.* 



Vanity Po^lnon VlrtoMn 

McNeil Fullback... Res. Wfi.,„,n 

Oaul wins Thr««.. r*U or ii«:n,t 

mtabrook . ..In«ld« Thrst Wetxirr 

^•"J 'nitd* Thrst HoriM 

P Barratt Wlnt Three....... KutUa 

Norman Piv., aishtHS B|Ut 

I.orkr Klvc KlghlhS..., T»» 

B Barrall Hair Cofkin 

Maaon Porwarrt Bnirc roll>^^ 

^'""■ay Forward Campbell rorb«» 

^f'vi" Forward..,. O. Wanman 

Nixon Forward Parntt 

l.edlnaham ... Forward IWrDonald 

Martin Forward (load 

Forward RowlAnd* 

Children undMT flftagB *ttl bt ad- 

• 

TRIS SPK AKER MAY 
MANAGE BROOKLYN 

New York World Savs Former lllg 
League Stor May Be New PUet 



NEW YORK. Jan. 3.— The New 



Victoria wUl have , a slight edge i '^of^ World says tonight that "fnm 



RUGBY MEETING 

The British Columbia Rugby 
Union wUl meet thU morning at 
lO:Se o'doek at the British Oehools' 
Club. Important matt«n will be 

discussed. 



in weight In the fbrward division. 
The locals avenw* ISl pounds, while 
Varsity averages 178 pounds. Both 
packs are fa.st, and It Ls expected 
that ii'o f nr ' .-i.-. s battle will be 
forwards. 
Ihirr llM^ai boys are with 
I B.C. BiU Loeke, who dklppers 
the side, l e a f ed the game In 
^hls eliy and Is rfgardMl as the 
kingpin of the \. If sit, .iiiMk. 

He will fiinrtli.:i ,i ( m.. 

' '"' • 1 \ I .. Ml.-, I, , , . i,. , . II,,; 

vvh,, t,,niierly pUyrd 
illgk Mid Vie- 
tort. College. Nixes plays In 
the forward division. The other 

Vletorian on the blii»« gn\<\ 
Hne-up will he Vlr Kog.iH. who 
also pi. I \ - ir; u.. ,, ,. u Kogrrs 
played v^itii t.»e Victoria Col- 

irgr ie;<ni bsfsvs gradasllag to 

the i;.B.c. " 

Bert Barrett, who wHl play half 
for the Varsity, is considered one 
of the finest players on the Main- 
land. He U tricky, fast and has the 
ability to make openings. 

Bobby oaul. wing three-quarter 
for the studenU, will need watch- 
toff. Oaul is a sprinter of no small 
merit, having trained with Percy 
Williams for several years He is 
also a mean drop-klcker. r.nd 
against the Rowing Club New Year's 
Day made a drop foal from forty 
yards. ^ 



reliable souroes" It had learned Tris 
.<=;peRker will SOOn t^e app^lnte^ 
maiiager of the Brooklyn club of 
the National League with Wllberi 
Robinson, president-manager, con- 
fining his aelHiygs ta tagei>uv« 
duties. 

DALLAS, Ttat., Hn. S. — Trls 
Speaker, manager of the Newark 
club of the International League 
declared t/)nlghl that 'it wa.s nil 
news to him" when advised of re- 
ports that he wa.s to berome innij 
ager of the Brooklyn club ol tku 
NatloMl trngw. 



Shin s Tcnirorai Uy Bai rrd 
By National Boxing Body 



Lessons in 

BASKETBALL 



THB T^O 
MANDED 
UNOEftMANO 
WVSS IS TMC 

Snx PASS 
Foa A SMonrr 

PASSING- 



Welterwelghi C hs m p li H la Meet 
New Teiker la NontlUe Go— 
Tat to Battle Flowers 

CHICAfrO Jan 2 The Chicago 
Stadium Corporation t,oday closed 
two matches for it* all-star booUng 
card January 10. Jackte Fields, wel- 
terweight champion, will meet Tony 
Vaceareni. of Now York, in the main 
event, while XC^ig Tut. Milwaukee 
lightweight, who stopped Blllv Wal- 
lace, of Cleveland on New Year's 

Vtt-'*'-'*^- '■'""^ Bruce Flowers. 

New Vork negro 



Chicago Baseband Placed Rcyond 
Thirty-Two States— "Great One" 
Charges of Frame- Up 



Pale in 
Denies 




U^ZS Zi£i:'J^..l7.'^. ! anZ7re;Te^enr;i;i?*J2S 
Oreat) Shire, were cheeked abruptly aestTl!. T.7M."'i'^..'l?!.r«'!^ 



Both matches will 
Shi members of the Seattle Reds I J^raf*!J^a' 9*^***°^ 



of Iggg snd 1S84 will sit at a special 
table, the honored guest* of tjie 
banquet. They air- I A Nadeau. 
who organized the Reds, and Harry 
Jarohm Fd BurwelLs. W A Dickey, 
John lirKith and Lawrence 8. Booth 
Frank Kelly will attend tnm Van- 
MjO, 



Utlo will not be at stake 



Lumpht'll \ttt i 

To thicagu Hawks 



MILAN, Jan 3 - The Canadian 
hockey team, now In OermaBirt 
which has been pUyIng gamea to 
varloDt Curopean centres, will meet 
the aU-ctar team from thU city, 
Jmnutgf m Mgrt gobm t» Oha- 



CHICAGO. Jan, 3 Oamet 
"Wasp" Campbell, star forward of 
the Kansas ('If, American Associa- 
tion hockey team, will not come to 
the Chicago Black Hawkt, AS an- 
nounced yesterday. 

kfa)or rroderlek IfeLaughlln. 

owner of the Black Hawks said the 
dwtl whereby Tommy Biterns and 
Mill was to be sent to Kansas 

C?lty for Campbell, had fallen 
through suddenly after he had 
city|M8ured of lu compleUon No 

son mas given for the failure to come 



'to tanas 



the two 



bruptly 

here early tonight by the National 
Boxing Association which tempo- 
rarily suspended "The Oreat One'" 
from boxing in thirty-two states. 
The gMosl a Uon. howover. made no 
•UMBpt to quiet the vertal taetles 
of ttie White Boa boxer. 

RIIIREA DEIflBS CHASGE 
DKTRorr, IClch.. Jan. I.— Arthur 
(The Oraat) Shires, White Sox 
■ocker and a lad who might r>e 
heavyweight champion if he were 
half as good as he is reported to 
have said he Is, was suspended by 
the Michigan Boxing Commission 
The charge, which Shires denies In- 
dlgnanUy. is that his representa- 
tives sought to have Shires' op- 
ponent In a scheduled fight here 
take a "dive ' 

The commission acted yesterday 
after receiving a sUtOment from 
Vance Olidersleeve. manager of 
Batttlnff Orlat (who was to have 
it). In which ' 
Shires' representa- 
tives told him Cr1s.s would hAve mi 
"take a dive" or Shires would not 
go through with the fight 

The bout, which was to have 
taken place last night, was called 
off when physlelaas of the oommls- 
was eufleiiog 



gest that Battling Criss "dive 

"If anyone approached ( rUs he 
did so without mv knowledge nald 
Shires. "I can flatten c:rl.ss on the 
level and I wa.sn t worrying about 
him 1 V got a stiff neck and a 
heavv cold, and the mnnnllun's 
physician. Dr, Kaaaa, told me I was 
In no coadlttoa to fight at thij 
time." 

Shires will not be permitted to go 
through with scheduled flglif.s at 
I Flint, Jackson and Grand RapldJ, 
James M Brown, chalrmaa ofthe 
Boxing Commission said. 

We sre satisfied." Commlsslonrr 
Brown said, "that Shires does iKt 
balont la the bosdoc game." 
TRArroN TO Rescue 
CHICAGO, Jan. I^Qsone Traf- 
Um. conquenr of Chartos Arthur 
(the Orsa t? Shtras In their lecenf 
iIve-nMBd bOKlng engagement 
loaped today to the defence of th" 
great one. who has been suspended 
the **»*^^n Boaia^ oonaus- 
*lon. 

"I don't believe Art a*od anyone 
to take a dive." Trgftan said. "Re 
did not aak me to dive, and «tood 
up Uke a major and took a beatunr 
If this Crtss really thinks Art laa, 

out ^1 he don t nee'l to wnP 

until Art geu well lor a fight. 



What U the correct method el 
pasalag a ball (shert paarfng gaoee) T 
Answered by 
DR. JAMBS NAIBMrrn 
Inventor of Basketball, University 
of Kansas 



'1 



TTie correct method of passlntf !• 
to do It In the way that will get the 
bej,t re.'.ults In any given condition. 

The be.'.t pass, however, in the 
short passing game Is the two-hand> 
ed underhand pass with the hodv 
bent slightly forward Tlie leason 
for this Is that In this the ball is 
always under perfect rontrol. and 
the attention mny be given entirely 
to the surrounding conditions, locat- 
ing the opposing players, and ob- 
serving ths players BMst avaUabls 
to rwselve the baO. If (ha tody Is 
bent forward and tha baS Is deliv- 
ered Inmiediately he may run on 
and receive a return at some other 
point. The lingers may be brought 
sharply upwards as the ball leaves 
his hands, so as to give It an upward 
roution and It Win tsuvel hi' a OMre 
direct line. 

This pass may be made to aUMr 
side The hall \s started with both 
hand' an.-; the f\nal push Is given 
with .,ne hand TTils permits of a 
wider range wlthotit disturbing the 
direction of the body. 

Tho ball ahouB be passed so as tn 
reach the raeelver at the height of 
the waist and \r, 'u h » ^nay as i:> 
give tha least <ppoctuii)ty for a 
fumble 

This pass pcrmlta of a felnUns 
one direction and a pass In aAothgr 
baeauM the baU Is flraOf relalatd 
Id » taaads untu seal oa tta «ay. 



t 



rnii DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA, BC SATI RDVN |A\LAkV 4, iwiO 



r3 



SWIMMING GAU 




WON BY VARSITY 



Invading Students 
Down " /or Firs^ 
r//7itj in Four Years 



Letivrs Tomorrow for 
Holiday in Soutli 



^ inal icorc 1$ 64^2 in Favor of Blue and Gold 
Keprescntativcs— Keen Competition Is Feature 
of Annual Event at Crystal Garden 



Iiuarllng varslt , a>, Mtic perform- 
rrs rhi.lkcd up thfir tlrnt victory 
<s against the Victoria 
'i M ( A I ppresentatlves yesterday 
ufi. rtiotm when they finished on th« 
long end of a 84-e3 point goon al 
the CrystaJ OArdMi In OM of the 
nost keenly opotetted calas seen 
here for ymn. The event, which 
was the curtain-raiser on thp 
lengthy programme arranKffI an- 
nuallv between sludfriU from the 
UnlviTsity of British Columbia and 
!oral :itl)!ellc oi(?aiilzat lone, fftv« the 
visitors a two-point lead. 

Prom the very oommMoement. 
visiting blue *nd gold swimmers 
Jumped Into tbe front and as the 
varlouB evente were run off, ko thf u 
iMkd increased. However, the locals 
fought back CKiTu ly and raine within 



Varsity, closed fast and be«t out 
Helen Beck, local swimmer, for sec- 
ond pUee in the women's fifty 
ywdi txm style. K. Psttarly. u n c 
led the flcld all of the wny !,, n is 



WILBON ^HU\\> lORM 

Reg. Wii.sdii \'u.s th*" 'leading 
' swimmer for Varsity and copped the 
honors in the 100 and 200 yard 
free style events. In the latter, D 
Walker. Y.M.O.A.. gave WUaon a run 
for the honors, particularly in the 
nrst hundred yards. Walker fin- 
ished second In this fvf^iit 

Victoria's mens iflay team was 
the stronger In (his event, whiN 
Varsity s iiienibers of the fair eex 
showed too much Speed for the local 

rrpri'snitatives. 

wiih u number of theUr formei 



jSt^forelh" enV '^"P""'"^" . "^^A the g«m.,_ the rtiowlnK 

With twelve of 



the sixteen 

events wiped off the pro- 
gramme, the board read: Var- 
«»ty 56. y.M.c.A. 43. The locals 
cut this lead to 8 points 
when Pat Oopeland and H. Beck 
finished second and third, re- 
•pactlTfly. In the women's div- 
ing. Third place here went to 
M. Shelly, of Varsity Victoria 
kept forcing the iisue ui the 
mens dUing. taking first and 
third positlon.s, while .second 
went to Varsltv.s lone entry. Art 
' M (• .A , Krnle Peden. 
t ' n c; . and Allan Stewart, 
V M.C A., finished in this order! 
The relays ware vfUt fifty-futy, 
with Vlettnla winning the men's 
and Varsity the women's The 
three points gained by Peden In 
the mens diving virtually won 
the (tala for the blue and gold 
icprcNcntiitives. and to think 
that Peden l5 a Victoria boy. 

STOTT WINS DITINO 
The men's diving competition, 
which was captured hv Art Stott, 
i^as one of tlic prettiest and most 
keenly fought for a lon^ time. All 
three divr.s did a inunber of dlf- 
fldilt dives and at the conclusion 
niily a matter of two points separ- 
ated the winner from the next diver 
Stott's dives were the moet difficult 
of the three, and this fact htiped 
him to cop the honors. 

So cloee WM the finish that hun- 
dreds of spectators were held In 
suspense while the points weie be- 
ing finally checked ofT Wheti the 
announcement was made that Var- 
sity had won. continued applause 
nm/ through the spacious Crystal 

Uarden building. 

All of tiie rac«8 were featured by 
close competition in which more 
than once tha final spurt resulted 
In victory. 

The women's lOO yards breast 
stroke event saw the swimmers 
bunched after going more than 
three parts of the distance About 
ten yards from the end of the tank 
Pat Copeland, Vti'nrla Y.M.C.A., 
put on a spurt which carried her 
to a ureat victory. 

Alter swimming third for the 
grealai'pari of th* war. iff. ifcLiean. 



made by Ooaeh IfcXInnoa's "V 
team was very cradltable indeed 
The majorHy of the . swimmers 
younger than on other wcasion^ 
showed promise and with furtht t 
couching should make thnig.s ex 
ceptlonally warm for the Invadinki 
blue and rrnld rs|M"ia>nlaH>M Wl ail 
other year. 
Results follow: 

Plunge for distance, women— 1. 
M Ktrk IU.B.C.T; a, U. 
«U3.C.): 3. B. Peden (yjiff.C.A.). 
Winning plunge 51 feet. 

Plunge for distance, men i. c 
McFady«i (YJjLOJL); 2, W. Uol- 
fatt (U.BjO.). Winning pbinga B2 

200 yards, men 1. R. Wilson 
'UB.O; a, D. Walker {YM.CJL): 
J w Plndiey (YJH.CA.). Time 

2.35 1-5. 

100 yards breaststroke. women— l, 

P. Oopeland (YMCAi; 2. Mary 
Ross fU.B.C.): 3. Marjorie Ko.ss 
<V nc > Time 1:33. 

100 yards breast-stroke, men -1 E 
Peden (UBCi, 2. A. Stott 
'Y M.C.A.); 3. P. Riddle (YM.CJL) 
Time 1:25 4-5. 

60 yards, women— 1. K. FMterly 
<U.B.C.); a. M. McLean (UJ.C); 
H. Beck (YMC.A.). Time :35 2-5. 

100 yards, men— 1. R Wilson 
<U.B.C.); 2. E. Rosk*ellv 'YM.C.A*; 
3. A. Young (YMC.A.;. Time 
1:16 1-5. 

^0 yards backstroke, women— 1. 
M luigley (U.B.C.>: 2. IL Shelly 

«U3.c.>: S. M. MoSatt (YJC.OJI.). 
Time :45. 

50 yards backstroke 




LEO LOMSKI 

mum fiy 




Seattle Esks Hold 
Vancouver Lions to 
1-1 Tie in Overtime 



IVV 



New Y (» I k I.iglil Hea 
v\<Mghl plays L e a t fi e r 
(Jv«"tfut(' A^.iiiist Abcr- 
deeq Fighter's Heftd 



(jamiii;^ iJi.iu' Willi uli.i MijM' >!!• f-iank 
Jerwa and Browne Ke^i:)lci Maiker:> , 



sM 41 1 mn SI SI I S 



SEATTLE. Jan. 3.— The Seattle 
tAkimos gatnad a 1-to-l tie with 



he Vancouver Lions here tonight twenty minute.^ 



naught. OaaUe Jaekson made sev 
eral remarteble saves during ti 



MADISON SQUARI OAHDSN, 
NSW YOWC, Jan. S.--Masle R«on- 

h\oatn. the harleqtiih of Harlem. 

played a leather o . p i,'- - ; in 
time temi>o on the liea.i ,mh! i..m1\ 

'if ■■ I Jul .1 |jir I.cii I ii'I.nI' ! • '.MKll' I > 

VI. ill rhc iiTi rouiid rubber battle 
of the prominent light-heavyweights 

! ui easy lashlon before 
* crowd of • JOO. 



treak In 
: ' »Kue 
period 



to break their long losing 
the Pacific rr«.<:t HocV . 
Vancouver scoied in the lira 
and Seattle in the third. 

The oDe-to-«Ba tie was a moral 
^ietosy for acattle after the bki- 
'no* had lost five games out of 
heir last six starts, and gave the 
Ix-al (!ut) a tie with Portland for 
•"''con'l place in the league stand- 
ing Vancouver al.\o gained another 

scanty j voini. putting the pace-setting lions 
I three full gam«s' aUsad of Seattle 

•riiorr kn,.ckd-n,v, a - .s,'*"d Portland 

I..)p.sey .Maxey. liic neu «-xiM>nent | VancoiJver started the firework.s 

: 'he late Harry (irrb,^ w mdmlll I *»''ly when FYank .lei * a lariKyfoi 
style of fighting, cuffed and bat- | ward, took a pass from Doug Bren- 
tered the Aberdeen "assassin " all and flipped it past Ooalle 

over tha ring. 1^ dadslon was Winkler in the first pertod. Waav- 

win- <ng his way through the SaatUe 



Just when it looked like :he .Sea:- 
tie club would lake It.s slxtli blow 
on the chm Max SuUierland re- 
covered the rubber Inside the blue 
line during a hectic 
passed to OeeU Brvwna who 
it Into the Vancouver net. The ty- 
ing goal was made three minutes 
and \:<-e .seconds before the 

end ol im tiurd period. 



CAPTAIIf i. V. PBBKS 

Pnpiil..r -..rri,,, ,f thr VIrtori* 0«lf 
tomorrow m(HllBC 



unanimous with 

idng everv round. 

Although eliminated from the 
New York State Athletic Commis- 
sion tournament to determine a stic- 
cessor to the retired Tommy Lough- 
rtxi because of recent defeat by 
Jimmy Slattery in Buffalo. Maxie 
outclassed one of the be.'it 
present IT.S pound crop 



Loii - will arjd splitliiiK both 

of Ltu h eyelids in the second half 
Of the sldrmLsh. It was the fourth 



defenoe Brennan reached the right 
side of the net with the puck and 
then passed it barkward.s to Jerwa. 
The Lion forward snared the disc 
about six feet out and had a olear 
shot, ea.sily beating Winkler, who 
had been watching Brennan. The 
of 'th^l »e*^.^ made aftgr 17:11 minu tes 
Idttlngt*"^""'^ 



anS WUI Wilrh Ihr ,lar li - 

m Mttoa. H« will return lo .VIcluiU un 
iMVftrjr SA. DnriiK hU •bMHU*. J, N 
BmtUt will i««k aftrr Um sMrtUrui 



mmm um 

.fflll^ WM 

WUlaws and Varrfty Teams BaUle 
ta Sight- AB Tie in intsMHy 

Exhibition 

Wiilow.s and Varsity Badminton 
Club.s fought to an 8-8 draw In 
their intercity fixture, as a part of 
the- IT H C" sport Invasion last night. 
Play was nip-and-tuck throughout 
Walker (Y.M.C.A.J; 2. K. RoskeUy I Th^^ the locals having the edge In 
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A ) Time :37 

100 yartLs free .tyle, woman— 1. M 
McLean 1U.B.C.J; 2, M. Shellv 
(U.B.C.); 3. J. llfldarmld (UJB.C 
Time 1:343-5. 
80 yards freestyle, men- 1. o. 

Healy (Y.M.C.A1: 2. E. Roskelly 
•Y.M.C.A.); 3. E Ravnor (Y.MC 
A • Time :29 1-5. 

Diving, women— 1. Pat C<»>eland 
(Y.MCA 2, H Beck iYUJOJi.); 
3. M. Shelly (U.B.C.). 

Diving, men— 1, a. stott (Y.M.C. 
A.); 2. B. Peden (U3.0.): 3, A. 
Stewart (YJ«.CJL>. 
^ 300 yards ralay. women lU Bo 
"A." M. McLean. K Fetterly. M 
.''heily. M Mclyod Time 2-28 2-5 
I 200 yards relay, men — Victoria, D 
I Healy, E Roskelly, D. WalkSf, K. 
Haynor. Time 2:014-5. 



li^-'.mr"' t*"'""^"'' < ' meeting of the pair, Rosenbloom 

i?-'^U:.rj:vr„T^.%li.;":..i'';;;u ,now boasting two <i«ci-«-. whu- 

tk« Mw A«ua r allonU ••II ooarM aaS LCRISkl lUW WOn onc bOUt. A fCUrth 

11!L"tt!,^V."r>,Jr"' ^ encounter was a draw. 

WhMI th* C>.>.(MM) oprn Inurnry \, hi .. 

ic or quit his game, 
Uiarguig eilorus to reach the bounc- 
ing Rosenbloom. but he could do 
nothing at elosa quarters and rardy 
[reaatiad Max's head with either 
hand. Re made his best showing in 
the eighth round, digging several 
hard rlglita tela tlia Maw Yorlnr's 
body. 

The blond Westerner was helpless 

at times as Rosenbloom heaved 
punches to the head like a catcher 

throwing to second base. Occasion- 
ally, as Lomsld charged. Rosen- 
bloom stepped back, .<?wung an over 
hand right to Leo's head, and in- 
variably the Aberdeen Pole stiunbled 
all the way across the ring befora 
recovering his balance. 

The rest of the time Maxle 
slapped. Jabbed and hooked Lom- 
sld's head with lefts until Leo was 
very dizzy indeed. Lomakl almost 
went down in the fourth under a 



SigafooB Bought by 

Lot Angeleg Club 

LOe ANOKLBS. J«n 3 The pur- 
chase of Francis L .Slgnfoo.s second 
ba-i^eman of the San FVancl.sco SeaU. 
^ir an unannounced price was made 



the singles and the visitors the 
margin m the mixed event. Scans 
follow: 

Women's Doubles 
Mrs. Ismay ajid Mrs. List. Willows, 
beat Miss Tlsdale and MJss Ramage. 
U.B.C., »-«. 16-13, 

Miss Tlsdale and Mis.s I?;.: , 
U.BC. beat Ml.« B. Har-Ls and .Mi .. 
K Harris. Willows. 15-8. 9-l.'S 1,^-5. 

Mri> Isniay and Mrs. List. Willows, 
beat MLss Rval and Mlas Pound 
u nc , 15-9, is-s". 

Ml.s.s B Harris and Miss K. Harris. 
Willows, beat Miss Ryal sitad MlM 
Pound. Ua.C. 15-3. 15-11. 

Men's Doubles 

■I P Phillips. Willows, beat 
WniK )i and Holmes, U.BX;., 13-15. 
15-9. 18-15. 

Wrlnch and Williams. VJB.c, beat 
Major McDonald and C. Wsbb, WU- 

I0W8. 15-2. 15-10. 

Pelton .Hid .Sliield^, U B.C 
J, P. Phillips and C Clarke. Willows 
15-9. 15-11. 

Major McDonald and C. Webb. 
Willow .s. brat Fvitrtn and Bhlelds, 

U.B.C., 9-15. 15-1. 15-7. 

Mixed Dovbice 

Mrs Ismay and PhlUlpe. WIU0W8 



Wi'h anothSr possible Uvv. .star- 
lug them In the face the Sskimos 
put up a torrid attack in the seo(md 
period, but their shots want fcg 



Seattle Vancouver 

Winkler ^ Ooal Jackson 

Townsend Defence Brennan 

Benson Defence J. Jerwa 

r. \ le ......Centre Seattle 

Harris ....Whig Sanderson 

Relnlkka Wing. MaAdam 

Seattle substitutes— Daly. Ander- 
son. Sutherland and Savage. 

Vancouver .substitutes — Amott, 
Cummins. F. Jerwa and Duan. 

Referee Mickey Ion. 

Sanmary 

First period — 1. Vancouver. F 
Jerwa from Brennan. 17:11 Pen- 
altle.v F. Jerwa. Savage. McAdam. 

Sei i>nU {Mrtod— No 
tlcf— Townsend. Amott. 

Third perlod-3. SeatUe. Browne 
from Sutherland, 16:37. 
J. Jerwa (3), Savage. 

Ovarttma-jre scow. 



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AOUA CALIKNTB. Mexico. Jan. 3. 
—Today's racing saw the Nevada 
Stock Farm's three-year-old, Flying 
Fast, score a nose victory In The 
Shasta, a sprint of six furlongs. 
Battling the Nevada stock Farm 
color-bearer ff)r the lead was Tonto 
Rock. wlii>ii ilnished second, and 
Norab. winner of show money. 

AOUA OALZKNTE, Jan. 3 — Re- 
Ruits of horse ladng hcra today 
follow: 

F'lfl rirf r\vr furlonii: 



Fifth r«r» Six furlontc 
ri liic Utki iMnrrlMdt .M.SO U 
Tf.iiio Rock tOorlMt) ,. j. 
Nor« B. iBKIrd) 
-HM, 1 :1s l-t. 
Pluaslas Ban. I, 
Oacito. 



as ta.ie 
se a.ie 

R»d Briar. 
8er»iched 



eiitb fMe—aevvn (arlMst: 
oiiv» Dwrtyr j^wuraswi) M.SS is so ta.«o 

8h»»piihe»e Bay <w«lvw. 

ton 1 B 40 4 00 

Hill and Hill iR^driingi 400 
Time, 1:27. Alto ran. Tommy Doyl» W»r 
BaUam. LampaMan. Heroakprra. Omr.h. 
Tallow Piae. Patamia. Scratchad: 
OIlvU. Levta Orb. 

8«v»nUi ntea— MUe and on«-»lita«nth 

Ctyda O. <K*\MT\ »a4e M SO ta.so 

Mprrnta <Orsoco> tS N S SO 

win Rank iTurk« 1 1 SO 

Tim*. I 47 Alio ran; Wllr Olrl. Open 
Hand. The Orleanlsn. War Dot*. Poiiit 
^SJ^ ■»»WB. Tad Haalr. gmithoe: 

"TlM Werie. Moae Dive. 

OVaaNIOHT ENTRir.S 

Plrat racr—Plve and one-half furlenat: 




Tanslafoot 

Forcast^r 
Bounrliu Ball 
l4i(ldie Buck 



I L^vulosr iHurlburti 

I Idealla 'Richardson) t.oo a M 

hanl right to the head, and was in ^'rim^.TSoV* Ai;i ;in: coifiaid. ai" 
real dlAcuItles In the ninth. He ! p><ier. vurea, aettr o arien. saminoia. 



S6.8O 12 iO 12 40 1 Kan.ia» Hope . 

ahaau Umltad 
Weodfaee 



Tamarind 

Virginia Moraa 
Pclalka 



suffered a cut over the left eye in Tea Barr,. "•n-ou.h. 

the Afth and another above the | SS:r*£!r, 

right In tha ninth. 



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uu.wn by the management of the, beat Mis.s Tisdall and Shields 

, . , 1— « - U B C . 10-11, 15-11. 15-6. 

Miss Ramage and Wrlnch. U3.C . 
beat Mn. List and Major McDonald. 
WUloars. 8-15, IS-ia. 15-13. 

Miss Ryal and Holmes. U.B.C.. 
beat Miss B. Karris and C. Olaikc. 
Willows. 15-0. 15-1 

M1S.S K Harris and c Webb. Wil- 



1 Angalcs B a s a b a n Olub here to- 

d.i\ 

The purchase completes the 
Ansel team's Infield, with Ray 
Jacobs at first base, Carl Dettmar. 
shortstop, and Fred Haney at third. 

Sigafooe pUyed with Portland, of 
the Fadfic Coast League, for n num 
ber of seasons 



LONO BEACH. Cel.. Jan 3 — 

OUn Dutr,-» nnd C'harle.s niiesf. 
Sotitheni rfllilDriila profe.s.slonals, 
tndiiv made a first iild for the Long 
Beach f.i 'tDO open golf title. They 
be«t led ti e fust iiRif of the more than 
250 entrans in the qualifying round, 
shooting the eightean htries in ei, 
five under par. 

The second half of the aspirants 
win tac kle th e etghtaea-hola quail- 
fler tuf iioiTow . 

Clarence Clark. Tulsa, Okla . and 
GeorRe Shaw, Las Angeles amateur, 
with cards of 69, placed second Nine 
turneii in 70's to tie for third place 1 
Dutra. whose honw> < lub Is Sniva 
Monica had two eagles and tliree 
birdies In his collection He went 
out In 33 and came bacic in 34. 
Quest, Los Angeles club wlelder, had 
half a dosan birdies on his card, 
pairing Dutra both Ways, 



Momrntim. Kamii'la. Appl^ Sauce ' ^f*.^ 

<MjrieQa ..... 

Second rare Bfven rurloDK* The OrevonlSn . 

Leo Lamp* iPhilpoK 14 00 $3 40 $3.80 Nevertell 

Supervisor 'Owenm a4.40 S.fO Kln« Bank 

BapodUla iRIr.hardaonl 7 SO ' t>r Charll* 

TIma. l.-as. Alao ran: Oatesbr. Our Dan. Portola 

noekboMb. ShaaU Biahop. Osteh Ma. a«;ond race— Savan fuflonci 
Omars.n. Boca. Oraenhllla. BoraMMd: Olam Lewu .. . ■»noo«i 

R«rai M«M ...'!!!!;..■."!;!!.';!; 

Third race Two furloMi: Tom Naah 

Blanche Brooke lO. Lyons) 111.40 I J »3 20 Kinsman 

Ju»tlre iCollliettli 2 40 2 40 I ***"'">»n 

Aspama I Miller I j ! Holy Innooaat 

Time. :2l. Aloo ran: MtiS Bast. Bllppcrr 
Volt, avaaa J.. Iflas OlMVtiias. ManU M.. 
voita Buata. Marr ItMm. 8era*aat«: Ulas 
Keaton. 



Fourth raca — Five furtoasa; 
Bpe»dr Shaw •Ilrirrctli ...$4.40 18.00 12 20 

Pollta '8cliuti»' a.OO '2 70 

Short Pflce < Warren 1 2 80 

Time. 1:00 1-5. AUo ran: Simony. Red 
Mountain, Bbaita Paar, RIahu, Pair Anita. 



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Americans a year ago last Fall The i U B c 15-5 1.^ 8 # Todays play saw twenty-three 

Chicago Whit* Sox tr«l. him on Pound and Patton. U3.C ' h'^*"i5S *^i^^rn.^*""^ 

waivers. The new Angel second ' beat Mrs Ll.st and Major McDowi Olea.son I^ng 

bweman went to the Seals in theiWUlows 15-9 6-15 15.7 professional, in turning In 



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PHILADELPHIA Jan. 3 — The 
league-leading Providence Rods in- 
creased their point total of the 
Canadian-American Ice hoclcey race 
last night by defeating the Phlla- 
delpMa Anowa. l-i. ta one of the 
fastest games here this season. 



RUGBY FOOTBALL 

vs. U.B.C. 



the Irmest nine-hole card They 
breeted out in 32, but their luck 
[slipped a trifle on the return. 
,,. « , J . 'Oleaaon shooting "^9 and Shaw 37 

Miss Ryal and Holmes, U B C . John Oolden. Pa t erson N J pro- 
beat Mrs. Ismay and Phillips, Wil- , fe.^ional. turned In a 73. which it 

appears likely, will be sufficient' to 



Miss Tlsdale and Shields, U.B.C.. 
beat Miss B. Harris and Olarke, 
WUlaws. 15-10. lt-18. 



lows, 15-3. 15-5. 

Miss K Harris and C. Webb. Wil- 
lows, beat Miss Pound aisi FattOB. 
U.B.O.. 1»-11. 15-«. 



start In the final play Sunday His 
fafinre to maka par was the only 
of the day. 



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^iiurkcy Rt'liise6 to 

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H().st(jn (iob .-iiul Manager Sever Relations 
With Madison Sqii.irc (jardeii Sailor Wants 
Scott or Cainpolo lor Miami Go 




All Shot 

Roneatte II 

IkK'a ] 

Qvaen Olivia 

KIddar 

Hcroakolna 1 

Cateaby 

Barrlr Ollvaf 

Tommy Doylt 

Third nee— T»* farlsaes: 

Rublo 

Brairt Al 

J. W. Orsnt 

Connall 

' Burnam 

Harihaw 

1 Segurd 

I riyina Aca 

i Soldado , - 

Ravolla 114 

Drydock 114 ' 

fovrta rsM— ait (arleaes 

June Star 

■leudabar 

Llla Stirwill 

Amalia May 

Vorpail 

8iar Uialreaa 

Windjammer 



114 

114 
114 
114 
114 
114 
114 
114 
114 



Men's Team Defaato Nanaimo t7- 
n, Wklla WaMBB's Taate U-M 
Setback In BxhIMtien Game 

DUNCAN. Jan. 3. -Visiting Na- 
naimo cag'^ teain.s won and lost here 
tonight in a twin exhibition card 
with local quintettes. In the men'; 
senior "A" tussle (and it was all of 
that) the home team defeated Na- 
naimo 81-23. while in the curtata- 
raiser the visiUng women's aggrega- 
tion won by r 2.'i-2n r ir-- 

In the preliminary' game the vis- 
itors went into the lead .short :v 
after the start and were never 
hea&ed. At the rest Interval they 
hekl an eight-point lead, when the 
scoreboard read: Nanaimo 17, Dun- 
can 8. 

The tesms: 

Nciiialnio A Ttirliarci.son i.Tt, O. 
Mosdell (2K D. Robinson tl4>, D. 
Malone (1). A. WiekSUH (S), and M 
BeU 2). 

Duncan: U. Fletcher 4). R. Weelis 
•7). L Stock. I. Oastley (7).«K. Mc- 
Donald (3). J. Weeks and O. Stock. 
DIFFERBNT STOBY 
Quite a different story was tokl in 
the men's game, one of a heavy 
checking nature. The home crew 
went out In front late In th; first 
half aiui nianaRed to hold n shin, 
two-point margin at half-time, the 
.score standing 18-14. 

A bitterly contested second half 
resulted in Duncan gaining another 
two-point margin of lead and fin- 
ishing on the right end of a 37-21 
score. Dooey refereed. 
The teams: 

Duncan McDonald (10'. F 
Fleteher '4' McNlcol <ll). J. Dj- 
rome. A Dirn-ne. L. Talbot, A. Mc- 
Ewan and H. Talbot (2). 

Nanaimo: Hynek (2). Watcho: 
(11), Brown (4). Oreen (2), Mll< 
8tTl« rj>. and Kulat. 



SEGRAVE 1 11 i I S 
INVITE TO RACE AT 
MIAMI BEACH MEET 

NEW YOfUC, Jan. 3.— Sir Henry 
Segrave. Brttlsh speed demon, has 

declined an invitation to participate 
In the limited class International 
speedboat races at Miami, Marcli 25 
and 26, O. P. Chapman, .secretary 01 
the racing commission of the Anipr- 
ican Powerboat A.ssnii.it ion, an- 
nounced today. AlUioufih «lr Henry 
is coming to this country next 
month on a buslne.s.s trip, he win no' 
bring a iMat and plans no racni': 
Chapman said. Previously, th- Kiip- 
ILsh .sport.snian. who hold.s the 
V'irld's i:iiloin ,|)ilr raiR.'itaw.a 

.speed lecoid. wiUidrew from tlie In- 
tetn:i'ionBl Oold Cup race at the 
Miami regatta, where he was to 
have opposed Oar Wood, but will 
return with Miss Bngland II to com - 
pete for the Harmsworth trophv at 
Detroit late In Aiii::i ' While here 
next month he pU;is to ^.i in De - 
troit to IfKik over the rDursc and ar- 
ran«?e for housing hla Uarincworth 
challenger. 

ISow I'o.v T«*ll (hio 

Jack Aylwln and Ray Fr-rthv. 
members of the Happy Rambler.s. 
t'nk ,1 dip in Shoal Bay on New 
Yeor f, Day. Although there were 
whitecaps on the water the boys 
declared "it was not ookl." 



VANCOUVER 

A ■ ' 

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In 45 Minutes 



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Fifth race— saTtn furlMMs: 

n T. Kallar 

Coalaaeanea 

L«mMaas 

Ha^ Dee ,„ 

Ronnie Omar 

Bllllk'n 

Roae Murphy 

Mlaa Om* 

Kins nams 

Mnm»nl««s 

Love a Otk 

I>annl* 

roBlmol 

Whiaalar 



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HASTINOe. England. Jan 3 - By 
winning his game with Sergeant, of 
I>ondon. In the eighth round of the 
Joll ^ International che\s tournament here 
•Oil today. Joee R Capablanca, of Cuba, 
"' made sure of the first prise, re- 
gardless of the result of any of the 
noMa In the final round tomorrow 
no other prises remain in doubt 
TWcacs. of Austria, was tha onl\ 
other winner today. 




BOSTON. Jan. 3.— Jack Sharkey 
eevered aU relations with the Madi- 
son Rqtiare Garden Coipogatton hsia 
today when, according tA Johnny 
Buckley, his manager, the Boston 
> eavywetght awpftatUiWy refuaed 
o participate In the Mlaffll bout 
which the New York rwganlfAi Ion 
planned for Fehniarv 27 .Sharkey 
SI ' ■ ■ile\ held two long ronfer- 
et • ■ 'h William F Carey, the 
Mj.1' stjmrn Garden head, and 
they became hopeleeely deadlockad. 
When, aa tlM BMnagar emreeseii i\ 
"Carey triad to cram Tiny Qitttth 
down Sharker's throat." 

Although 8harkrv> rontraft with 
the Garden. *hli h expirr ^ on March 
15. calls fur n perren'A(fe, Buckley 
i^aid ills heavyweight refused to even 
>n<;lder Carey s oiler of a flat 



Br AL MMABU 

(Femer Pitcher New Terk OUata) 
BaskettMUl has its share of freak 
happenings the saide aa haesbaU, 

boxing, golf and other spoffta. 

1 rememt)er one pame T saw be- 
tween two profeijilonal teanu in 
Seattle. W.'whingion A water boy 
in going across the floor had spilled 
some water on the floor, Tfi^ng 
some spoU less slippery thaa athova. 
One of the forwards In drMMfe^ 
down the floor toward his basket, 
hit one of thene wet upotji, fell flat 



aisUt race 
■dltt« .... 

roppyfleld . 

Arradlin Flat 

Fortunate Olrl 

Oood and Hot 

! Shaita Builai 

Hatrlok 

iminltr ; 

Proctor Hiia 

eavanih ratt Mils aail 

Miliaria . 

etar PrtaM 



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lOthall* 

rair OoM 

Tmli 

BIfhIli r 
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Makaehee 
Ooorso Oruem 
Billy Baail ., 
Ooldan 8wo«e 
Blark Spot . . 
Foinl l4>mi . , 
Flam Peu . . 

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BOXING 

' 10 ROUNDS 

KID 8TUBBS wg. JACK SWEENEY 

• Vietorta) (BMtttSI 
. 6 ROUNDS 
TOMMY DRYSDALE vs DANNY PA8TROE 
First Bout, g:4S P.M. 2»— Rounds— 2f 

SI.ISi BiasaiS*. SI.SS 



1 



i Mt:^ LAi\LtLLAJ 



Sharlter. according to his man- 
ager, told oarey ha would Uke 
^er PhU SeeU or Vlttorlo Caim- 
pelo as a Miami opponent, anti 
when they were refuaed him h« 
abruptly ended tlie negotiations and 
told Carey he would not fight again 

until next June, when he expecu to I °" ^" P'jpplng out of 

meet Max Schmellng In a milk fuiid I hand* right through the hoop 
bout In New York or OhleaflO perfect field basket 

Buckley appeaftd Mttar against Leslls Mean, the old big leaguer 
sSihTfSlf^-^^'T.Sr''" !*"^ tasketbeU coach, tell., me he m«tri>„ scheduled lor i.xlay The 
and had masb to say about tRe un- one* saw a pla-.er hit a raft*r In the Dhislon I match between Vlctorl! 

Carer, celling «i aU which bounced West and the Chlnsae Canadian 

directly ba n «ai os and through his j Club, scheduled at OesMnl fftek. wui 



tlon.i 

however refused to coiornmt abou;, 
the - di]^ 

Bum.e, citarged the Uarden pow- 
ers with attempting to aafca Bis 
boy a chopping block. 

la through knocking 

oppoirn 



opponents' hoop for a mlraouloias 
but abBoliitaly unraaMd bashat. 
X IMM* even haard players say 

made iMMVeu when the hall 
pltr' ,iA.; k owliyf t the light- 
ing fi 1 going exit r:f nomffliS 



.■'M-.iu«-i >.,»rry s oner OI a list 1 UMi %tm ittmn ii - • , >u»*jhb- 

I ♦!(».«» guaraataa tofliht OfialC'S IP I*mS^ S, «"! r i n TiSl ^^^"^ *^ 



be the only 
Pt»m today 




With local soccer fields in Mae- 
*h*t ofa soggy rondlUon due fr, 
theeootlanal rainfall, officials of ti 

I^war Island Juvenile Fr>otball a 
SOdatlon derided at a late i,,.\ir • 
night to rancel all Division a 



All plafsn are req 

the Vancouver leland 
depot today at o'docfc. 



to be at 



YV 0<(sIm4 ~ M far H at eU VawdOT's a>/ 



c«.at 



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<cnirnf is „,.f li.l; ,|,e<l .-r fli«|)|,ive<I |,v the Uqunr 
Loiurul Board or t>^ the iiovgraq^t oi HnUtk'CbkmMtk 



THE DAILY COLOKT8T. VICTORIA. P.C SATURDAY . lAXl ARY 4. 1930 




FINANCE - COMMERCE - MARKETS 



1 



Tradliin fs Quit I in \.\. 
Aiul Much Caution Is Shown 
W ith i cry Light Turuovei 



NKW VOHK, Jan. J An iincer- , r.i.imn & Arii 
tain, although generally upward r.ium^t a h*cu 
trend of share prloea and cheaoer "^'n*" *>• 



FOliEJCN EXLHANCE 



Jm. I. — ntrvlcB 



money, charactcriied a quiet 
and cautiouf stock market today 
Tradlnf eootlnuad at a low ebb. the 

3.000.000 

('all loan* dropped from i to 5 

per cent. 

Further export* of gold to FYanoe. 
totaUlif $«.600.{)00. werp rt'i)orted. 
bringing the total outflow of the 

• How metal on the . mrciit move- 
nt nt to iibove $11().0CKJ,000 Such 
•^^harcs as American Can, American 
L<>< oniolUe. American Steel Poun- 
(Irie.s, American Tobacco, Oenoral 
American Tank*. HudMm Moton. 
Johiw-Manvlll*, Lima Loeomotlve, 
Macey. Pullman. Ck>lorad') Puel A: 
Iron. Republic steel and .National 
BUcult, Kiilncfl about 2 to points. 
Pox Fllm.s wa.s depre.s.sed lo iuiolher 
new low at 16 1-8, but rebounded to 
22 3-4 In short covering and closed 
at 21. up 2.3-4 net United SUtes 
Steel rose a couple of points, but 
closed up only 11-4. In Che ntfton, 
Chrysler. Studebaker and Nash 
gained about a point each. 

WeakncM In sterling carried for- 
eign exch»nges lower, but bu.slne.ss 
wa-s dull, and the decline appeared 
to relied little more than uncer- 
tainty over the course of money, 
! ')i In London and New York. 

inK cables dropped l-4c to 
$4 07 9-16. French franc cable* 
sagged S-t to 3 JS S«t. 

A revival of Interest In industrial 
bonds led to a general upward 
movement in this section of the li&t 
fodav Ralls were slightly more 
nuxnl tli.ui ye.sterday, but maln- 
ta tu-d 11 firm position. Many of the 
.'enior loans In the Carrier groap 
worked higher 



Can raclfle 
Ccrro D« Pawe .... 
rfti^m tf6 Pre*. . 

ru'.r , Mil * at. r. 

Chic Sc North WMt 
Chic R T A Pm. . , . 
Chryil^r Motor ... 
Coc» ro!» 
Con>ol*utn Nairn . . 
role Pual a IMB.. 

roiuf"bia Oaa 

rol. Orapli'oiM C*. . 



r'ont Mo'or . . . . 
f 'orn Prcw' nets ... 

Cruribi* Stcsl 

rurUaa Aero 

Daviaen Cb«mleal 



Blae. Pow»r 

Pnrln'rii P'b 8'rv. . 

rrl* 

P»rrio'iii Plarera ... 

'^oaiMl«tlon Oo 

ro% nim "A" 

rr»*port, T»«^< 
nabrlrl Si-ubb»r» 
n»n«r«l Am T»nlc 

rifneri«l F1»ctrlc 
rt«Mr«l Motar« . . . . 
Oanaral nr. atsaal 

ooid Duat 

rtoo''rifh Rubktr... 

Or«nbT . . 

Oreof Nor'h. Ort 
Oratf North, pfd . 
nt. Waat amrar ... 
oraesa Oanaaaa . . 

Hou«ion OtI 

H'>wa Bo'ind 

Hudnon Motor 

Hiipo Motor* 



(Branioii, Brown /k Co. Ltd.) 
(411 Frastloii.s in ElKhtli.si 



AiUae Cham. ... 
Amarada Oorpn. 

Am r»n 

Am Cur A rd». 

Am For Power 

Am Loromotlva 

Am Smrltern 

Am Btefl Pdy. 

Am. Cuaar 

Am. Sum. Tsb... 

Am T»l a Tit 

A m Tobacco . . . 

" n TobKceo "•' 

A m Woolena . . . 



Armour "A" 

A*«'d Dry Oooda . 
At'antla Raftntry 

A''-^l-on . , 

' Mhnrn Moinr^ 

M|.- or^ A- Ohio 
K 'lor M Ar'afk. . 
P 'r'udalt "A" . . , . 
I»»thl»hi»m Hirt\ .. 



■reoklyn Uanhst , 
Caliranila Paakhw 



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TBaplraUon . . . . 
Intl. Cament . . . 
Int. Oomb. Sas- 
Inti Hsrvrittar 
Infl P«n»r 
Intl. Nlrkri ... 

-WLVm 

.'nhna-Manrllla 



'''•Ivtna tor . . . . , 

Kol.'tfr R»fllo , 

louU A- Naill 

Mnek. Trtick 

Matrtat O* 

M»sle»n RaabMrd .. 
Mid rorjfnt Pet* 

MIM Pacific 

Ml««. Pielfic pM .. 
Montaomery Ward . ■ 

Nash Motora 

Natlenal Blaevlt .... 

watt. Ath Ret 

Natl Dairy Prod 
N»M Po«»r * Llaht 

N Y Air Brake 

Norfolk At Wtnl 

North American . . , . 
M.T. OMtral 

nr.. H.n. a Hart. . 

N T . Ont Ac West 
( Packard Mo'or 
Pan American B . . . . 
Pennsvlvanla R R. . . 



narca Arrow 

Poatiim Co 
Producr^ A Rpf 
Public f!er of N J 

Pullman Co 

Radio 

Readlna 

Rao Motora 

Rc». IroQ * BtMl 
Roral Datcli 



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NEW YORK, 
exehancaa eaay. 
rraneo— i.am eatloa 
tUly— a ilMi: eabtaa 
BMalum lStSi«. 
(Irriiiany 31 84 
HoUand 40 31 
Norway- 26 78 
ewadan— 36 SO 
OSMMffe— M.7a 
ewltaaHane— ie.S8<4. 
Spain II 30 

Poland 112(1 
Ctechoalovak ■ 2a}\. 
Juaoalavla I17't. 
Avatrto— .14S7H. 
Rumania — .SO. 
Araentlna -4C.TI. 
' Braxll 1110 
Tok!o 48 08 
Shanahal 51 74 
Montreal 68 87 ' , 

.STI Rl.lN<i K.\( II \S(il! 
NhW YORK. Jail 3 Urmand 
487 ... rabies 487 9-16. £Ut>-day bllis 

oa bulks ass 1-ia 



WHEAT MAKI AT 
CHIUUU DULL 



Victoria Stock 

Exchange 



Ot'i-^iii) :i{\i:i iM.iirAND 
Bviac Acatam Bids Paeler la 



Schullz 4-4 4 J 

eaara Roabwk SS-2 83 6 

Shall Onion 9S-4 23-1 

Blmnona Co 91-4 8S 4 

Sinclair Cona 24 -6 24-2 

fl Cal EdUon 5S-4 66-4 

Bouthern Railway 111-6 112 4 

Btandard Oat 116-1 113 5 

Standard Oil. Oal Sl-4 6< 1 

SUndard OU. N J 66-4 av 3 

Btewert Warnei 19 1 38 

Btandard Oil NY 33 3 32 5 

Pt loul^ Ac 8 rran. .. 107 5 1 07 4 

.''nidebBkcr 44 4 41 2 

Texai Co 5S-9 65 4 

Tawu Oiilf aulpbar ,. te^ IS-S 

TImkan RoUar TC 7S 1 

Tobacco Prod 9-8 3 4 

Union Oil of Calif. .. 4S-5 44 5 

Union Pacific 916 4 218 

U S Last I Pipe 30 I 18 8 

U.S. Ind Alco 135 111 4 

U.S. Rubbor 9S 34 1 

US. etaal let 6 166 1 

t7nderwood Tpr 99 98 

Union Carbide 78 5 77 4 

UtII P'w r & Llaht 33 31 7 

Vanadium 61 50-1 

Wabaih 51 52 

waatin*. Air Brake... 47 3 44 

Waatlna Klec 144 140 

White Motor 32 11 2 

WlUya OverUnd 6-1 7 7 

Woolworth 70 69-4 

Yala Town* 71 7S 

Yel. Tr-k a Coaah . . . 14-a 13-9 

AUaihanr Corp 24 2 23 5 

Warner Bro» 40 a in 3 

Standard Brand 27-3 2S-6 



4 3 



21 4 

at 4 

24 4 

56 4 
112 4 

113-5 

ai 



Averafe UtghOf 

fB.O. Bond C(^orati"ti l,ul ■ 
CHTCAOO. .Jan. 3. The wii(>nt 
market wa.s dull and prices :ivei"a';cd 
lower, wit)) May at Inside off .iround 
Se from hli^ of yeeterdajr. Outside 
trade was light and the market easily 
Influenced with local element In- 
cllne<l tl, .l: • iiie Buylmc iiva.ln.'^t 
bids w xs H far'or In rhorklng the 
decline liu' lullle.s the Kr''ater pnrt 

(l/ thf' d.i'. wric iiof linp! c.-.MVI' 

;j * Liverpcul cidM-d 1 -i H to 1 7 8d 
lower, with the break in North 
American wheat yesterday having a 
depressing eflect with Liverpool. 

Chicago May spread wldenlns 
fractlonany, being around 111-4 
is-T I cents at the time ttie former market 
18 ; closed. Buenos Aires was 1-2 to 3-4 
,J?J'cent lower at midday, being off, 
4^ , about a.s much a.s ChlcaRo ccmpared' 

68 4 With previou.s close at that time Ex-. 
•S-4 port demand at seaboard was re- 1 

^ ported n.s rather slow Tlierc was] 
45 J some hard VVint/'r and Miin.iohas 
318 4 sol(> during the day, with No. 2 hard 
'f at the guir Uken at Chicago May 

24-8 
16S-1 
86 
78 
13 

60-1 , 

69 I previous week and last year 
** * I Corn prices averaged .sUkIUIv 
a? 3 ^^^^ wheat and on favorable 

J. I weather conditlen.s over the belt, 
69 7 but the movement from tlie country 
W J .*hnwed no .sign of Im rcH.sin- The 
extremely .small clearance.s from 



II. f Miaaourl . 
Cork PrOTlnca 
Oaoraa Copper 
OoloomU ... 



Cssa s r 

raUta. 8 



r*end Ora 

Piriiurr 

Kufus Araanta . 

Ruth Hoi>a 

Woodb.na 

Home Oil 

ONUSTO 

Oraiidvlew 

' .1 V.J » ■ r.iitpi fc>rlie 

luoiey Klchlleld 

Noulc PiVa 

Kootrnny King 



ULUULLION IN 





Aakad 


.TS 


79 




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2 


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.80 


83 




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rse 


9.10 


i.ei 


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OS'. 


is 


.99 






S.M 


a.40 


.IS 


.la 


.19 


.15 




.04 


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.44) 




.07 Sa 




.16 



wiiii'Lii mm 

mm:\ \\\.m 



UQITIDATION OF LONO WfTH 
SOmiBoKi ^Mii\'.< \): 
BUS I'UICLa iiOW.N 



Onlv Small After Ex- 
Break — Liverpool Better 
CeaisampUen 





^• I I I ! n K A s TIC 

I a.V.M.L IN lOHONTO E3L- 
CHANOB BB8BION 

Bttrket <>i><i>^ fairly strong With' 
BeaMtlons Later. SetUaf 
Prices Back 



price. Australian cables indicated 
jthat exprntable surplus would 
I hardly exceed 60,000.000 busheU, and 
Argentine clearances of IJSOS.OOO 
bushels were less than half those ot 



mK MM] 




(Sioblt. Farlont a Co.) 
TORONTO. Jan. L—WhUe weak- 
ness developed In the stocks traded 
In on the Toronto Btandard Stock 
and Mining Exchange today, reduc- 
tions as a whole were of a minor 
nature with no ^InRle i^suc .showing 
dra.stic changes. The inai Rci opened 
fairly .strong, but S"ni'' rr,i. M'-n.s .set 
in later In the session that bruught 
a number of slocks sUf^tly below 
the prices of the jMrerioos session. 
UquiOkllHU 01 WUy k*9 |«IV«rany 
conceded to be due to the usual new 
J, , Clearance.s irom T,*"" "''J"*^'"'^"'* anxiety Is 

40 I NorUi America this season as com- '^"'"'^ obsn vers of the 

28-8 pared with la.st year attracted some ■"^'''f' Volume was extremely light 
attention, but no mention of fresh "^"^^"'K 

foreign demand has been heard for' l»t*"rnational Nickel fluctuated 
a number of weeks, due to the low ' ^'^^m » narrow range of $33.10 and 
price prevailing for Argentine and ■ • — 
Danublan eraln in Europe. Buenos 
Aires wa.s 3-8 lower at midday with 
i;ic May delivery In that market 
around 2,5 cent.s under Chlcapo 
Oats and rye were dull and Influ 



closed at $31.80. The constantly ex- 
panding uses of nickel and the phe- 
nomenal growth of International 
Nickel have attracted world-wide at- 
tention and there l.s perhaps no 



Sound lllV CbtlllClltb 



Sfcurltr 

nomlnloii of runartn. nuar C.K.R . , 

Prlt!«h Columhln 

North Vancouver Ulstrlct 

Waat Vancoavar 

Biickarflalda. LImltad 

rra«rr Co (Convert Noteai 

OlrncAalex Inveatmrnt Co 

Fort Alfrtd Pulp M Papar Co 

Reatmorr M(k. Co 

B O. Blaetrle 

Canadian Waatarn Natural Oaa 

Oordon * Mraa. LM. (1-1 Cm.)... 
Vsii<!*Hvtr Waatarn Dm (l-a Oea>.i. 











Prlrr 


Yl»M 




»Ju)v 


1. 


1980 


101 7.S 


4 80 


.^ . 


Hepl 


34, 


1950 


100 SO 


4 97 V 


5'-.% 


Oct 


1. 


1954 


101 75 


5 37'. 


4^% 


July 


9. 


is«a 


ai 20 


5 25V 




Fab 


1. 


ia4B 


85 78 


a t» r 


a^ 


JulT 


1, 


1932 


98 00 


6 Tn'.. 


a 


June 


15. 


1944 


98 50 


6 85'. 




Nov. 


1. 


1857 


09 00 


6 10% 


•% 


Jan. 


1. 


IB48 


Nil 


a.ss'i- 


tt 




rnt. 




101.10 


5.00' i. 


av 




Put. 




ta.oe 


0.95% 


1% 








Iftl.SO 


S.BO'* 


OVk'a 


mt. 




100.00 


•.SO'-c 



PENT BLR I ON .V SON 

INVESTMENT BANKERS 
■ctaMWMd ltS7 - 



Phons 344 



1014 Broad St 



.slock with a larger international , 
enced largely by the action of the following than that of thl.s company, j 



RBINCIPAL TBADING ISSUES 

SHOW I PWARP TENDEN- 
CIES AT NEW YUKK 



Fo« Film Exerrlvs Continued Dis- 
turbance — E4|uipnient Shares 
Are tai Brisk Deaaaiid 



other markets. Liverpool due un- 
changed to S-t hither. 



iBC Hnnrt rf. poratlOB, Ltd.) 



'Branton, Brown 41 Co., Ltd.) 
NEW YORK Jan 3 -Storks were 
generally nervous. Upward tend- 
encies persisted in the prlnelpal 
trading stock."! today notwithstand- 
ing flurries of selling which created 
bewildering irregularity at various 

stazes of the se.s.ilon Explanation 
for the ui».si-tt Icmciit which de- 
veloped in riini , late trading 
wa.s furnishcl by aunoiincement 
nftcr the close of an Increase of 
$96,000,000 In brokers' loans last 
week and this factor caused further 
nervoiisnf^ss In the early dealings. 

Of)nliiiued fli.sturbance was also 
exerci.s"(l by Fox Film, which was 

I heavily .sold at the lowest levels on , , „ .« 

I record However. Fox developed 1 «,s™3 y . lo"- V y. n « ss a w 
' stronK rallying tendencies on hopes ai ><, *i as: a w.. soh • sa. ' * " 

' MO. 9 w.. as • 4«H: a W., 49' 



Wheat-- 


Open 


HIah 


Low 


Ma» 






139 


JuXf 




194% 


113% 


May 




194% 


199% 


Corn — 






M->r 


. . . SI \ 


09 


91 


July 


... $1 


07', 


98 \ 


May 


... n% 


S5>i 


94 


Oats- 






Mar 


. . 47-7 


47-7 


a7H 


.TlllT 


... 4SK 


asH 




M 11 V 




4SH 


40% 


Rye - 






Mar 




104' J 


101 '« 


July 


.. 101', 


101 s 


100', 


May 


. 102 S 


10.1'.. 


101 


iNDRMNrrtEs Foa s ATI' an A 


Wheat- 






Bid 


Mar 






13S 


July 








Jl» n 






in% 


Corn — 












91 

»4V 


May 






Oat.» - 






May 






4t 


Rye 






Mar 






toa% 

109H 


May 







'Branaon. Brown & c o i iij 
WINNIPBO. Jan. 3. — Continued 
liquidation of long wheat, combined 
with some short selling, carried 
prloea down to 2H to avfc points un- 
der the close last fidgbt There was 
a little buying by seaboard house.s 
against sales worked overnight, but 
not In sufficient volume to absorb 
!ie offerings, and the market ha4 
1 heavy appearance. On the ex- 
: eme break, the market worked up 
against the bids which brought In 
a little support, but reactions were 
only .small 

Local cxportt'is conllrmed .some 
bu.siness overnight, mo.stly of bay 
tKir'.s, but the small business was 
<tue in part to the llgt^ offerings 
from this side. There was a good 
foreign Inquiry existing both for 
Manitobas and hard Winters, but 
bids were out of line. There was 
no feature to the Iccal c.xsh mar- 
ket, only odd cars trrnling at 
spreads unchanged frt)m yesterday 
Private cables from the United 
Kingdom stated that they consider 
Russian exports Insignificant and of 
no account In the world situation. 

The combined .'shipments, from 
Argentine and Australia this week, 
^re only 2.679.000 bushels, while 
Brad.street s North American shlp- 
« ments were estimated at 4.867,867 
bushels, and It would not be sur- 
prising If on passage supplies 
showed a sharp decrease on Mon- 
day. Liverpool reported a better 
constimptlon demand in general and 
also stated that the stocks of old 
crop Plate wheat h.id been pretty 
well absorbed. During the last 
thirty minutes, the market turned 
strong with all shorts covering fol- 
lowing an upturn In Chicago, «md 
believed that the pool were selling 
May wheat around II. 4S and were 
I buying It back on the break. 

Coarse grains — These markets 
were all weak during the f^rst part 



^ Sound Investments 

WB OFPBK 

Western Power CorpOaBoiMls 

(B.C ELECTRIC) 

5%, Dim 1949, 0> S96.00 

i o \ icid L). 10% 

BRANSON, BROWN & CO., LTD. 



540 Hows St.. Vancouver. B.C. 
Is 9t bossa ai Bryas 



Central Bldg., Victoria, B.C 
Carraai 

irs: -BV. Bond Osslanr SasailHlsa. Vi 

•Mek BMhaato, aaattla Cata sod Miatas 

Phaara: aSSe SeSI S«OS BSOS 

Otraet rrtvata Connaeuona tm All tha Laadlnc Baatern Exchamn 



BONOS 



Yiald 
AppiosunaUly 

4.9S Province of Alberu .. 
«Naw laaoai 

S.05 City of Toronto 

5.42 Massey*Harri , 

6.75 Canadfan V' i • • T • " 



Ss 

4«/,s 

5 s 



1959 

1931 
1947 

1047 



Established 1901 



M. I. BOOKMAN, rrealdtnt 

1200 Oovermaaat tt 



Mil UrporatiM Sttirititt 

Our services »re avBtlsbtp wltboilt obligation to any 
investor. 

Investment Bankers 
Christy-Hall Bldg.. ftn F t 



Tels. 375, 376, 523 



GROWS WITH DOMINION 

While International Nlclcel has in of the day but reacted when wheat 



the past invested large sums In its 
plants, the year 1929 dwarfs all the 
oiher.s in construction and expan- 
sion, for In this year the company 
has expended the major part of its 
125,000.000 expansion appnqiulaUon. 
It Is. therefore, obvious that the 
growth of this company Ls closely 
allied to the growth of the Do- 
mniion N'orruida wa.s another ls.«;ue 
which ui racl.'d increasing attention, 



134 'k 
1S4S 

91 H 
96\ 
85 

47% 
4S<« 

4a<. 



101 I4 
103 

OITar 

m% 

ISS'k 



firmed up. There w^as nothing do- 
1^^ in the way of consumptive busl- 
nesx in any of the coarse grains. 

Flax — Market showed a sharp re- 
covery from early low levels, but 
trade was small and featurele.s.s 



Wheat— No. 3 R., 130>« O ISO'aj S H. 
i^J «» l^H: I KA. msi m 1*1%: I U. 



$35, unchanged from yesterday's 
clasc price Of the Lindsleys. Sher- 
rltt Gordon was the heaviest trader 
from the opening of $3 to close of 
$2J4. Sudbury Basin closed 2r do ah 
at $3.18. Venture."* was ofT 15c and 
Falconhrld^'e Nlrkel lOr Tlie gold 
l.s.sue,s were atfain tne steadiest trad- 
er.s of the day. This is only to be 
expected when it Is realized that, 
although all other meUls may suf- 
fer reduction in price, gold remains 
stable, behig the standard of vahie 
of practically every country Steadi- 
ness was noted In Barry Hollinger. 



Wlieal— 


Op»n 


High 


I.ow 


Cloao 


Majr 


14ft', 


145^« 


143 . 




July 


US'. 


147 


144', 


146S 


Oct 


142 


143% 


140^ 


143 W 


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May 


fl^'. 


8.t<. 


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M •> 


July 


8i«. 


«i " . 


64 


«4 1 


Oct 


.... 69 ■» 


SO', 


59>. 


co\ 


Rye 










May 


... aavi 


99 •« 


97 N 


99 


July 


... 101 <ti 


103 V« 


99'. 


101 


Barley — 










M:i» 


... eau 


•S'k 


asvk 


sa^ 


July 


... m% 




M 


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July 




S70 


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INnEMNITBS rOB SATIIRDAT 


Wheat— 






Bid 


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143 . 


147'. 



A Fiidamental Distinction 

distinguish betwcfn speculation and investment 
l^ .in easential safeguard in the employment of money. 
Speculation aims at a vaat increase of capital with 
attendant risk; but investmsnt seclis mainly to con- 
serve capital and to iasnre normal income from it. 
pr ^ dhrergent rufglUM |inilliMta Wftf iiHaf 

Ai investment bankers we are in a position to recommaad Secilri 

iiol AL FiNANClAL CGhf aMlldlt HO. 




723 Fort Street 



at W. MIUXB. 

Victoria, B.C. 



Ifti-MM 



JANUARY INVESTMENT 
RECOMMENDATIONS 









Prtae 


rials 


•asae OaMlalaa aT Custe Ota. CNJL, . 


tH« 


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100.90 


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Otir January Invaaimani Uat ti reaSy tor diairlktiUoa. 

■las to fervarS rwi, s caar oa ra««oat. 



A. IL. Ames 4k Go. 

I.IMITEn 
SlO-315 Belmont Iioa.«e, \ Irtniia 
New York Taronta Vancoaver 



MtahlUhe^ 
ISW 



Montreal 



Wa ahaa la 



•080. 'ovi 
a^d MU 



London, Cag. 



held for the refunding the com- 
pany's floating obligations. At the 
same time a better tone cropped out 
In leading industrials and utilities 
coincident with pronounced case- 
ment of credit ronditlons Call 
fund.s were offnred in larRe volume 
at the rf^newal charKe of 0 per cent 
and the rate was forced down to 6 
around noon. Equipment .share.s 
were In brl.sk demand on the ex- 
pectation of substantial railroad 
buying over the next few months 



Oats 
tl 45'. 



Good-sl?ed Rains were scored bv I'V^'" "V. .^!^ 



NEiy YORK CUKU 

<B C Bond Corporation, Ltd i 

• ^ _ _ Cio»a 

A»«iJ Oai a aiec sgi^ 

Amn Maracalbo \ 

rit>i, ,<(vf ''[^ ^ft^ I 

Klc Bond U ShirB SI 

Fn«lii»^r< Ool<1 " ' | ] i, 

Pord Motort iCanadat jj i, 

Pord Motors iKndabd) ii'. 

Pox Th*arres ••A" 4\ 

Amn Super Power f4v. 



Pullman. ( .f>ncrHl American Tank 
Car, Aiiierlran Loeomotlve and 
General Railway SlRnal Strength 
In American Sugar reflected greater 
Optimism regarding the outlook for 
the sugar refining Industry this 
vear.' while motor shares experienced 
a belated boom In advance of the 
January shows. While speculative 

i sentiment was kept in a nervous 
state by abrupt setback.-; which took 
place from time to time, the genera' 

^ liBt maintained a Rood undertone 
Attempt."; by bearl.sh professionals to 
In che( k hv powerful support Which 
fonc ;i Knifiiii reaction were held 
came into pivoul shares on reeeo- 
sions. 



AvI 

ford Corpn. 

Pen rood 

Newmont Mining 

Tram- America Corpn. 

t7nltad Oaa. Ttma 

N. Amer. Aviation 

Pokkrr 

Por 1 pf Princr . , 

Nllet B*ment Pond 
Standard Oil ot Ind 

Intersuta Saultlaa 

Malsr Slaotrle 

Central OUtoa iBaetrlo 



•s 

Corpn. of Oala is'.^ 



4 M.. aoH e {Dome. HollhiRer. Hud.son'.s Hay. Mc- 
Tnlyre. MinUiR C"rporat:nn. Newbec. 
Pk!; iri pend Or. i;;c .san Antonio. 
T^fc<-.ssioa« within small uroportlons' 
were noted In the otber mining is- i 

sue.*, 

Trading in the oil section was 
featured by activity in Calninr 
from nn openln.T at $1 36 The .-^tock 

re^chod high of $137 and low of 
$117 before clo.shiR at $1 .'I'S Al-vx' 
and Dalhoa>!le were also fairly ac- 
tive. Ainx closuiR 3c down at $1.45 
and Daihousie 10c lower than pre- 
vious close at II Jt. 

The oil isstles traded near recent 
levels and no -nhstantlal ch.anRe.s 
were noted at clo.se of the .session. 



<no«). 



is 

ll'i 

lOR'i, 
43 S 

19*; 

ISTt 

sa 

94 

ia*i 

UK 
SO 



Jtlly 144 ^4 148' J 

CASH OaAIN CLOSES 

Wheat— No 1 N.. IsaH: 3 N., ISaH; S N . 
IStUi No 4. 12S>« No ». 114^: Mo, S. 
teed. 88',. track. 138\ 

OaU-No 3 C.W., a4</«; S C.W.. H%: e«. 
1 feed, aavj: 1 food. M%i t fooC UU. 
rej . 4»; track, SOVt. 

Barley- Mo. 3 C.W.. SI: 4 C W., »a^: 
track, ai. 

Plax No 1 NWC, 261 3 CW, 257 
reJ.. 22b. tinrk. 261 
Ryo— No. 3 C.W.. Wit. rcj., aS'ii tra • 

Market Quite 
Sdtisjdrtory 
Says W hitm y 



WB OFFER AND RECOMMEND 




Ir 



7 



I^icfcrred Stock (10.00 Par) (a) 10.00 



Common Stock (10.00 Par) (g) 17.00 

With as.'«cts in cxce-^s of lOl.OO .in.l carnin^^s ..f .Tpp'roxf. 
iiiatelv 6.00 j)cr share <»f prrfrieiKc .'^t(>rk nnf^tandin::, 
the senior security of this fldurishm^' loc al company offers 
a margin of safety which places it high among sound 
investments. The common shares at present prices fMke 
a \ irM of 88^;- and an excellent opportunit/ t0 profit by 
the growth of the industry. 



INCORFOliATKII Itll 

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i,:i \i 
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GENERAL IM SU KA.N (A 



E STMENT 

PMON f 



1 



Stocks and Bonds 



<A E AMX8 a OO.. ncToaiA) 



Money at Work 

Earning - Saving - Investing 



'H. E. Hiisntnet a co 
HIch 

Ahiinn in 

Amulet |.a5 

Area 07 

Barry Holilnaar ... .1B>4 

Bla Mluourl 70 

Bunker Hill Bs 04 

Clerlpy 04 

'. Palrotibrliea I.io 

{ Holiinaer a.05 

HowoT as% 

' Httdaaa Bar s.TS 

, International Nickel II. TS 
'srkson Manlon . . . oas 
Kootanay Florence. OT''* 



Latest Newt 
ot the 

Oils aad 
Mines 



r»cc;iu.sc our l)r<)keragf 
business deals entirely 
with Eastern and British 
Columbia mines and AI 

bert;i nik wr nrr alilr to 
Rive a .vpcciali/c(| srrvirt 
covering these fields ol 
investment. 



H. E. Hunnitigs & Co., Ltd. 



AI 



Victoria »' ' V» Stock 
Telephont'i Mt»' oi,i 6ioi 
4 Virw Si. Central Bldg. Ground Floor 



TOBOMTO, Jan l.-«uoUtlona at 11 

» m . Fml^rn time 



Abttiiil Power * Piper pfd 
Benifv Brn* rom 

Be'^ltr B'o» pfd 

Bell Telepheno 

Rrmtllan T L. A P 

B A ni| , , . 

Br Pxrker^ 

Br Power 'A' . 

BiilMInt Prni1iirl< A" 

Canadian Rakerlei 'A" 

raoada aypavm 

Cen Tn«I Alcohol "A" 

r»n«r1!«n Hydro BtOetrIc ., 
( .narlian Parlfte tlf.Y.l .,, 

rilv r>*lrT rom 

ro-li«hiill Plow 

Con Smelters . 

roemn* liro fO"i 

rwimln'on Bridte 

Domtnlon nian^ . 

Pord of Canada "A" 

rrntt nteel * Wir. roia. 

Frott Bieel A Wire pt4 

f»en»r»l Steel Warer . , 
rt'tmitten Brt4to 

H:rde * DaiMlt. rom . . . 

Home Oil 

IrPoer<»l fMI 

tnti WIckel 

Intl Petroleum 

IntI [llllltleii 

I«ke of the WM4a CM. ... 
Ma<«eT-HarrU t*m 

M^coii rroatoiiM 

Mcnirevi Bowor 

Noranda 

Paae Heraer TabtO 

Power COTim 

*er\ ). e St.tion A 

niveraida 'A' 

•«'rv1ee Button Pfd "A" .,. 

«!' .»(„itan W * p 

Oordon 

feel of Canada Com 

" idkory Baatn 

Ventotaa 

Walkari O * W 

Wentem Btaol Pro*MM 

WiaatMB 



Bid 


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DISCOUNT 
PRICE 

^35- 



Th ere I Six {kC. ' 

"Me you buy- 



Laka BDora 10 04 

MelBtrra is 15 

Mln'nt Cora 1.09 

tflplMlnv t as 

Noranda 14 ts 



Ltd ) 

lyOW 

1 II 
1 S4 
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IS 
.70 
04 
0« 
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8 05 

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• 78 
II 80 
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07 S 



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Bend Orallla 
Pramlar 

Bharrltl Oordon 

Slaeea : 

Bladaeona 
Budlnary Baiin 
Took Httfltaa . 
WtaMaU-Rourn 

AJax 

Aaaoclalad 

AT Cona 
Caimonl 
CAE. Oorp . 

Palkouala 

Baatoraat 

Home Oil 
Uayland ... 
Bkeillni Paelha 
Hoiilhvent BotO. 

Wainieall 

MoiiaaO 



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baring when ih* tnarki^t Is km 
baring at a diacoant. 



Do not let the mrro fnrt that 
a certain s^riirlty fan t>«« bought 
at a dlscotint — less than Its face 
value — cause you to buy It. That 
In Itself Is no annun«nt to buy. 

In rBBllty. th« fBct that b sb- 
euiity can be bouffht at m tflBOOwnt 
should set as a waminf and eausc 
the purrhnser to ncrutlnlw" carr- 
fuHy the property bark of the in- 
yesftnent and all concUl 1011.5 mir- 
roundtng tt Buying good necurUles 
at • low price when the entire mor- 
k«t Is down Is entirely dlffertnt 
from buylnc a ecrtBla M t witt y at b 



»H MlltV A\l> WAIt f.OAV.S 

VICTUBY LOA.N, Bti%-TAX FBSB 
in*. Moy M no*.. 

1SI7, tat June A Doc IM M 104 80 

STAB LOAN, S%~TAX BBCB 
1011. IBI Apr. * Cot, MM 1M40 

isrr. ut Mar * sopt mm ioi.m 

(Bsrakia New Torkl 

vie TUPY LOAN. SH* 

10.12. IM May ,1. Nor 10S.M 101 M 

10I4. I It MKT A Nor 101.10 Itl.M 

noMIMON LOAN 
1041, I.Mh Apr Ar Ort. 9% 100 SO 101 M 
1040, Ut Mar Bepi . 4<,% 05 80 N SO 
1044. lalti Apr tt Oct. 4S'V 08 M MM 
1S40. lat m. * AIM.. 4<t4 MM 07.38 
lat rab Si Ami.. O N.B.. 8i* 



BranKon. Bro«ii Af Co. Ltd I 

I nf;vv YORK, Jan. 3. Whitney, ol 
cioaai^^il Street, says: While not eom- 
1 11 pletely eliminating the cfftcts of 
the bear raid In the previous sessloti 
In so far as the avtrages are con 
cerned. today's session, nevertheless, 
plainly showed us that there are 
plrnty of individual l.s.sties which 
jare ready, abip and uIHIiik to .sta^r 
'thelr advances Wlulf no Kreat hurry 
I l.s being .shotu n by the sponsor.s of 
such Lssue.s In getting started, I Ij*^ 
lleve that Innumerable programmes 
for higher prices are being for- 
mulated on the expectation of a 
strong revival In public Interest In 
the market before the month Is much 
older, this Interest to result from 
both psychological and practical 
causes, the first based on a gradual 
realisation that business in 1930 is 
inot gniun to hr bad an It was be- 
Itovrd It wculd be, and the second, 
simply from the far: tti.it pnormous 
dividend dlsbiJi iik n"*. etc. have 
produced a material enhancement t' 
buying power o\er the year-end. 

I bcheve this general Justifies ti< 
for rising prices wUI also be mater 
ally added to by the fact th< 
Thursday's raid resulted 
material expansion of the .short !> 
tcrest which attempted to capital) 
the rumor of Fox rorpivrrship, ai 
who for an himr or tuo mft .«ucces 
only to find tlipnis''l\T,s at last 
night's close back practically to 
IJi !£ IJi where they stat^ted from 

Money Is also' beginning to con- 
tribute Its effeou with yeeteiday's 



The present market position of Howb Sound, OMieral Motori 
and Granby Consolidated makes thes« stocki txtrtmcly 



interest "1 v 



M5V vrr Mi\ i-^i 



HUGH ALLAN, LIMITED 

711 Fart Bl , Virtarla. B.C. 



rtiaaa OTOS. 07M 



ABk Ub to Check Over Your Mino and Oil Holdinn 
Wt Will Save You Money 

MENAREY ROE & CO. UMITCD 

n. • I.- ni >! 1. i.r, iNSt'BANOB 

rart asS BraaS eta. 




Masoii & Die I ecker 

tMaik w a of tbo VkUrts stack ■ I itaissl 



sniONO AND Oil BaoKcaa 

Dlre'l wire Service to AJ 
tISS BraoS Slroat. Vlatarla. B.C. 



Oo»afWaitt arid Mtintrinal 



Truat 
neriirtttSS 



313 Central 
Buildiag 




one or by grotips In the same man- 
ngKj^ they are aU, eetabllahed 

. . . . «3MOy higher than present 

one per cent drop In the renewal yL^ ♦« th- k— 

rate to a 5 per cent official late. ^ ^ hesiution of to- 

bringing on plenty of funds on the'**/'* — *— — »*— 



outside " St 41-2 
Taking all In all, I .see no reason 
to cort^lder that anv chanRe or 
modification of the provim. Iv rx- 
pres.«ed prr>grammp of a .January 
ri'.r i<; made necessary by the hesi- 



iSJ:iw.Kr.lBS.V\a!!l;oHa. K^ «^ yesterday , session to get I 

INT. lat jsa a Mv. O N.B.. 4H»..ackt. ^^o action, and to thu extent I think I 



loo practically the entire 
Hsi pointed out yesterday U still In 
a buying range. I believe both Pull- 
man and American Ac Foreign Power 
have already started ' ■ 'U.ini-f- 
without waiting for tm ^rueral 
market. i 



that elM 

There ts iintiaiiy a reaaoo for 
■ diwount • and that reason shoilld 

be A >\ii{lii fiwf und -iatlKfru-torlly 
explained l>efore the discount" is 
allowed to Influence the purchase, 

Oon k liM. AaeodalBd MHeta. Inc. 



Aid BTru'd in'»rf«t to data: 
1<>,'T ■'I d«T«. 41': p#r 1100 
I0S2 6S darn. 040 par IIM 
1041. 80 daya. 1 008 »or IIM 
1044, «n ^T*. 080 per tlOO 
1040 ISft'daya, t oil Mr tlM 

Brolicrac* rata on Virtorr 
Usani. U of 



and War 



VANCO UVER WHEAT 

VANOOOVBR. Jan. S — rotoraa qucta 



'H B 



Wboal — 

Jan'iary 
Marrt) 



It a thorotighly satisfactory one. the 

only quallflcatkn betaf that you 

are going to have to expect such I 

t)rpes of sessions frequently from! 

now on and i.r -ii '.uch time a.s the 

public confld"!!. r which was shat- .,. „ 
: . . .. . . ,, . . Alta Pac C«ni 

tered by the niarltet collap*** of two , o„ 

months ago, is again revived * smiah Dnminon 

Market leadership still remains in c-ain nm 

the sUndard industrial leaders, with ' 

tow aoa.iy««^<i»y » ^! P'-rfornances oc- } i^jah 

t4)SA i47-.i> 147', h M)SA currlng In the test two Issues men- ! «.at craat 

144 ,b i44'.b 144 h i44Sb'tioned hare Mtfay. these being the rra#t oie 
i5^'V"i^..,'*?Mw ? electrtcal eqatoosent stocks. I think , 

SV%. no. 8 whaat. No « . r 11. Hoinr Oil 

tM%; Be. S RorUtarn. IMVa. No. WUI BUM|N| gBB IM DBiaaoe Ol 

m%t iHC m%. th« leaM esoM farvwd mm kflMaMHa 



Calgary Oil Stocks 



Hoaalnsa * Co . ue > 

Rish Low Cloaa 



Keep Vtir Mney 

Ci'reolitia; 

th» Kri.|,ira appllaa coaaSr ta 
^urcuka* ot taiuiauca aa to i-^n, 
Modltlaa Wa ara OSMBBAL AO»>/>. 
lor olS aaS rallabia CANADIAB --- 

aaiTisa «MisurAMiBs. wbiaa sm saZ 

atSa tha iaar *- — 

Bl! ' < - - ' aaacs 

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ON mwmm 



ralriii>nt 100 HI I 2S 1 nt ) ■'1 100 

lit. 2,4M at 112. t.«M at I i3. l.aoo al 

O. * B^lM tN: Me at IN; M* 

•I tMt IM» at lO'^ »n m 10ft 

n— imwMii I ^ft 

Dalhouiir 't'.o .t 1 6», iM »t IMi WOO 
at 1 70 M »■ 
DvvanUt) io</ at .17 



>« 3 00 IOC at SOI 3(>0 



Almost All Lsues in A( ti\f 
Oil List Stron g < I ami 
Steady and Demand Gen- 
erally Good 

CALMONT PROVES 
LARGEST TRADER 



VANCOUVER. Jan 3 - The oil 

issuos wfTp In giKvl (U-maiirt on the 
Hffv'k KxrhariKf tnciay. and after 
eariy wpaknesa. price?? moved up- 
"ii'fi r!(i :riK around the high of 
'>■■<• i.i, The mines were fairly 
active, and generally higher. 

Calmont wm fhe htir trnrler In 

' ' • M;'-',. ,,■ „•,■,! Ht 

$1 i'-l M .ji.f i,ri ,, ^ mmI '.ladp, 
< I'><<'(1 l.u- firmer a» tfi 40 and (■ a 
y ( '( r poi iitlon wa.s 'ronger at 

$i rioviillte at IfiR . , flrmer. 
Mayland Improved 15c tu fl.65 aod 
McLeod 10c at 13.40. A. P. Can- 
Mlldated waa weak, eloitaw 9o low 
at 11.80. Sterltng Paetfle. on a 
heavy trade, wa.^ ■•«.,■ '>r. 

Oeorge Copper was the strong 
111 n\r mines, closing IBc flrmer 
Ht () Bin Missouri was up 6c at 
70; O rand view about 2c at 17. and 
PcDd OralUe So at |3J0. NoMa Viva 
lott le at Hl 



M i.iai m u vtM. 

I Jt>L 

tMi m al IMt litM 

IUlaol*-aib«rU-M at M. 
MarUnd— a.oss at I M. 
Mrrland IM at (S. M> at 1.00. 
Home 98 at a IS 7M) at t M; ttU at 
" )0 »5 at 135. ISO mt 8 40 MA at •.Ms 
!"■> at SM. 
McrcoiT— 1.300 at *b« at .M. 
McOMfaU w e a* .M. 

u t h mA -m at a.ss. 

■•■•at— l.Me at 10 
Moyatlta— M at S4 oo 
aouUtv^at— MO at 1 08. 300 >' 
apooMT- iM at 86 

atarUae— too at .»•; a.ooo ai i.ooo 

at M; M al l.OS 
Tanalta— JOi at 1.00. 

.It; 4M al .Wi 3M at .M. 



Bit MlMMirl-l,Mt at .Hi «M •« .n%: 
50 at .00. 

Rln.-blrd-l.Ma at M. 

Cork Proyl n iS M M at OS 

Uaorga Oopp«r— MO at 2B0. loo at a M: 
IM at I.M. * 

Ooleoada— IM at .sa; lOO at M 

Orandvlew 1.S00 at .10: 1^ at 'At; 
OOO at 17S; I.SOO at .U. 

Inter roal 500 at ». 

Kooi«ii«y K)rn 8,000 at 07 
^Kootenay FlorcDca- 400 at .07; 1,000 at 

Iam Ana«to»-Vancouver--4M at .M. 
Morton Woolser -17} at .M: IM at M%- 
000 at 0» , 

National Sllv^r-4,eOf at 4t. 

-Mia* 



.10: 

at 

.14 



IMNWnro BALKI 

Ofla 

A.P.O. riehta— MO at .11. 
A P O— OM at I H: MO at 1 St, IM at 
MO at t.M: SM at I40w 



•It 
'.ttab 



aa— MO at .St. 



aM at .70. 



p«nd or«iu*-iM at MaV M aft 

300 at a. 10. 

. ""•r^ -mkt MM at 

l.t00 at .M: M at .4a. 
Orecon CoptMr l.oon at .If; MO 

.lO'i. I.SOO at iPt 800 at .11: Mai 

Premier Oold — J. 800 at 1 80. 

Prrmler Border -1S.000 at .MK. 

Pur Mr Idaho— 300 at M. 

RMvaa-MeDoaald— IM al IJti tM at 
1 S<: a.aM at I.M. 

HllrarereaV 1.000 at OS; I,ON at JOli: 
600 at OS** 

Slocan Kina— UOM at .M. 
■aa«fk*»>14W al oat MM al :UH; 
MO al .la 

Toplay niehflald— l.OM at M. 
Waadfelna— 3.000 at M%. 
latar. Mckal— 10 at 13 so 
Noranda— Mat IB 00 

ArriBMOOM SALBS 



a>»;^ rt MiM M a» M} }.0M at .n. 
A^.O.-4,m at 1.M: MO at t.Ms M 
l.gV>' 



Home-lead—ai at 4T. 

> V K at S.M>^ ijm at Ijat 000 

at V KM J *«(r a 

aoa 

Comiiiuii area III) 800 al 81, 100 al ^J 
MO at .M. 
Dsthotttta— aM at 1 M. 

t'<-»»nHh 100 at 17 

>^ • feat. SM at 1 10 

rabran Pate - MO at .07H; MO at .M. 

Fractiold — 300 at .70. 

Hartal~lM at I.M; IM at 1 U, SO at 

t.ia. 

Mayland— OM at I.M 

Oalmont- I.MIO at 1 33 9.300 at 1 33: 
l.tM at 1 14 
Home CH1--1M at SIS. 408 at S.M; SI 

M aM. 

MwlaMi 0(V— IM at M: IM at JO. 
Mnaury— 100 at si; i.M* M jM; 1M 
M 41k 

Mill CItr 100 at I 70 
Modal Oil 300 at 40 
Raatnt Oil 300 at .10. 
llMaUt»-4 al MbMi 0 at M.M: IM at 
M.M. 

Sterllna l.MO at IS. 3.1M at .M: OM 
at 17 

Unltad OUa- 1.000 at 7S; OM at .Hi SM 
at .M. 

Mlaaa 

Ma Mi Mo ail OM M .m IM al .n%i 
IM at .n. 

neorca Copper — SB at t.lB. 
Ororae F.iitrrpilsr IM at .11. 
Oolconda-200 at .M. 
Orandnaw— «.IM at .ITc tJM at atflt 
a.lM al .list: MO at .ta. 
IndapMidMiea— 1.0M at .«. 
KooUnay KInt— 100 at .M«! IM at .07. 
Lakcrlaw 7,000 at 01 
l,OK Aii<rle\ iOO Al 80 

Lucky Jim -800 at .08. i.OM at OSi 300 
at .MH. 

Mohawk— MO at .M. 

National ailvar- 100 at OSS 

Nobia riva— 3,480 at SS 

Oraton Coppar -488 at 10 4.800 at 
.lOVt; 4.000 at 11 

a«nd Or«lUe— too at 1.00. IM at S.OSi 
MO •! a.Ui M at MO. 

(•ramlor Oald— tM at t.M. 

800 at 1 IS; 38 al IM. 
Rutua Amenta &00 at Ot. 
Sllvercraat^ 3.000 at .08. 
silTarada— IM at .M. 
aaawHaka— aOM at .11; I.OM at .ISVa. 
Toalw ItlehftoM— OM at JIa IM al .M. 

ovr-aaaaioN aaiA 

Vand Orallle SOO at 3 oo 




CilMPAIliN 



Iflii.-M.i- 1;: II,- ifderal Reserve 
Mat' iiii iit ma oi December 31, wlilr' 

f ' rediMMan «r mjtnm " 





II. st 

iriu' 



ail 



.Sliou nf War 
at .\r\v ^ ()i k 



Stand 

Makes 




MONTREAL STOCKS 

(Branaao. Brawn A Co., Ltd.) 



Take 



the bcginniiiR of tlir year is a |{ood time to overhaul your invest- 
ments, l-urther diversification may increase your income and 
strengthen yow hol4iflCB. 

May we assist you to start the New Yaar fatltac aatMM that 

your holdingo are the best possible? 



corrMpaadOBM: M. A 



- » Co.. Mow Talk] 
'aa mHiirtiiB * 
to All M*w Tatk aad 




R. P. Clark & Co. 



Arcade Bull liiv^ f )" View St. 
H. W. J. Patcraoo. Managtr 



<AII mttkmm 


IB IM 


Mka) 
Law 


Oloaa 


Aita Paattto Ontm ... 


M 


M 


M 


Abltlbl 


M-a 


M-4 


33-4 


Aibattoi 


3-4 


3 4 


1 4 


Atlantic Buaar 


7 


8 


7 


Aaa. Brawarl** 


10 


IS 


11 


■ A. Oil rt. 


U-M 


M 


4a-a 


Ball IVttaMMMa ...... 


Ma 


MO-4 


ita-a 


Braillian Trac 


11 « 


IS 


3S-S 


BC FUh A Pack. 


« 


u-a 


11-a 


Brompton Papar 


38 4 


38 4 


It 4 


B C. Pow«r "A" 


37 


38 4 


18 4 


B O. Powar "B" 


IB 3 


i» a 


It 3 






4S-4 


11-4 


Can. OclanMM, oaia. .. 


11 


la 


la 


Can 0#mant, com. . . 


17 


17 


17 


Cati Oar Fdr. com. . 


37 4 


37 4 


37 4 


Canada Oypaum .... 


34 


33-0 


31^0 




17 


17 


17 


Oaa. B.8.. pfd 


70 


70 


70 


Oaa. ConvertarS 


ts 


7S 


75 


Oaa. ind Alcohol ... 


u-s 


11-4 


11 S 


Oan. nteei waras ... 


31 


30 


30 


Oarllng B vine OOb ... 


' 1 6 


1 1 


3 3 




a«4 


ass 


388 




74-1 


tl 


74 


Dom. Olaaa 


IIT 


IM 


137 


Dom Taxtlla 


78 


7S 


7S 


Dryden Paper 


18 


IS 


18 


Praaar Companlaa .... 


n-4 


11 


17 

10-S 


Hiram Walkar 


11 


10 8 


Maaaay Harrla 


43 


43 8 


43-« 


McColl Prontenae 


81 


34 


34-0 


Montreal Pewar 


lat 


131 


US s 


National BtewarlaO ... 


iia-4 


lis 4 


118 4 


Noranda 


H 


S4 8 


34 8 


raae Heraey 


00-a 


0S-« 


»a 3 


Paaasaaa. Ltd. 


•n 


74 


7S 


Pawar Oorp. 


n 


7S 


78 


Bhawlnlkan 


71 


78 


7S 




48 


44 


44 


WInnlpac Elac 


M-4 


SO 4 


SO 4 



Kevoiulionary Move 

FIISD i:\rLA \ A I K PS 
FOR SEium W AVE 

(BranMm, Brown * Oa.. Lta.) 
flalea department« of the automo- 
bile factories will begin their 1930 
campaign with the opening nn .Snt 
urda;, cf i he New York A - how 
m (iraiui Central Palace. Hefore it 
clo.'(,> nil .January 11 other automo- 
bile exhibitions will have opened, 
and ihas the sales drive will be car- 
ried to every Important oantre of 
the country by th« and Of AprU. 
AutomoUva IBdttitvlM Miya this 



Tha faatura of the New York 
market yesterday waa Its extreme 

quletn*"^ 2,067,000 shares 

chaiiKJiiK !..i 1 ,,; the ie.si.lnri, mall 

'' «hl ; h.ul liffi, nr«K Itie 

!h» !K-t.iic, b< lUK MiMiiills' IK-xlf '-ed. 
.' ti" div idend (if ( ■(.111 iin-utal Mo- 
lorj> made a new low at 5 5-8. Fox 
FUtna matde a new low at 16 1-8, 
and RockB«y Moton alao a naw low 
at Ul-a. Tt» ^vatnX trand. how- 
ever, waa T«7 atti^tly upumrd. thare 
being no Mg change in tba rails. 



mmm WAS 

Cuii-litions in I'a.si Vrnr 
Rriiia I kal 'If, .Sa\ s In\ est 
liiciit i)ai;kf'r 1*1 t^.K ifiil 

— blovvcJ L/owii Near Lnd 



!rs' loans Increaatd ISe.OOO 000 ^ooa. vaiues orrerea win give a 

week ended WadBMda^, the ^ market for some 

Reserve reported f wtaidiij ^"'"^ ''i" buying 

/-v»,f_i_„ ~ ^ - side offers the best chancr."^ for 



Brokers' loans Increaatd 

In the 
Federal 

The Contalaar OocponUoa of 
Amerloa y wl aida y zvporM to the 
Stock exchange In rnnngrtluiL with 
the llatlng of 117,614 sham that the 
additional Issue of stork U being 
used to acquire the a.s.'set.s, subject 
to liabilities, of the Sefton manu- 
facturing ComiMiny. and a-ssets, also 
subject to liabllltle.<», of the Dixon 
, ^ Boaid Mills. Both of Uie companies 
have been controlled by Seftoo, Inc. 
The transaction oomprlaaa all the 
Dropertloa and Boaati tf tiM aaftuit 
Manufacturing Company, which are 
locatwl in Chicago, Anderson. NC. 
and Brooklyn, as well a.i properties 
of nixon Board MIIU. Inr . which 
i "t. furtJia(?e, Ind. 
KL VOLUTION Alt Y MOVE 

Standard Ott Company of New 
Jersey yesterday initiated a revolu- 
Uonary move In the retailing of ^as 
when it announced, effective .Jan- 
uary 6, it would compute prUes ,.n 
the basis of transport at inn c! . 
Buyers are to receive the benelii of 



It waa announood tlutt tbara was 
a dacreaie <>f $27 000.000 In brokers' 
loans for Uk p« iiod from the first 
waak In December to the fn t week 
In January, but. following ad\aiices 
during fhe first hour, the prevloim 
announcement of the Increase of 
$9(i,W)0,ooo In backers' loans for the 
week gave opportunity for several 
professionals to put out short lines, 
and some less consplcuoua stocks 
ylridad fraetlooaUy, without, bow- 
ever, the decline penlctlnff. 



METHODS Hit: 

MORE EFFICIENT 



j to 8 per cent. However, before the 

IbeglnnlllK n' the Ih.'^I hour the ni;i: 
• •tet drcplx-d I I,) alM)^;' •.e.^lt•^ 

'.;i '. I . >.-. : I ,K i<'\ f : w hri > M i - i ..i . i if. t 

Ulitli tlie ( :ut I'f tilt- s»■•^l..!l Aliii'i.K' 
'the featuie.v of intri • win iii. 
'ri'inuik.s reiitti d! i ; hr -.(.i'. ,,t fox 
i^.i! HfTalrs \<.iiii:i itniii-,,ied an 
uuipic amount of assets and a aalia- 
factory earning power ttlMlliih all 
Its varlatlona. Today tha market 
has gtvan evldenea of Mng attended 
by an ever preaent Inmtment de- 
mand which stood ready to take up 

am K.H.iI values that were offered 
'Ihi.s leuture will continue u> give a 
firm undertone to the ui.tikel for 
.some time to eome. and we continue 
to believe ih.it the buying side 
oilers the best profit poaalbllltlea. 





UF iniANCE 



BUMOK or CAVB-IN AT LAKE 
BHOU CONSIDBEABLY MAU- 



It la oonaklarad that tha eontlnu- 
oua Invaatment demand to take'up 
any good values offered will give a 



profit."? A wire received states that 
conditions In the oil Industry are 
shaping themselves for a Rub«t«n- 
tlal Improvement In tha near future. 
For the waak endbiff Oecamber 38 
there waa a dally raduetlon of 36,- 
100 barrels, against about 35,000 
barrels during the previous week. 
Tha oU group. It la alatad, Is likely 
to discount bettermOBt to tha pi^ 
ductlon situation. 

Home was on the up grade In the 
local oil market yesterday This 
stock opened at $8 25 and reached 
$8.50 before It. clo.-ied at $8 40 bid 
and $8.45 asked. A.P.C. was off a 
little from la to $1.85, and C. & E. 
sold around Ita opening prloe of $3 
with $< bkl and |t.06 aakad at the 
close. 



Calmont waa the chief medium of 
trade. lYom an opening of $IJ6 It 
dropped to $1.17, but made up lee- 
way again, and, with the last sale at 

lower prices If close to refineries', I JljJi ^i^T' " 
and served by cheap transport serv- ' f-ompany. It Is reported. 

■ - »~ J, Kpoklntc further financing through 



The human body ti aalf- building, 
' if-repairing. aelf-rigulatiiic and 

aeU-oUlng, 




a prominent brokerage house to 
proceed witli a moderated develop- 
ment programme Including only 
three welLs. It Is said that the grant- 
ing of the application appaan prob- 
able, but a definite daeirion la not 
expected for a few days. In the min- 
ing department of the market 
Orandvlew wn.s .sUghtly up at 17 1-4, 
and Raeves-McLtonald, after open- 
taf at 1.40 doMd at IJt. 



ed a I the 



The Royal Bank of Canada 



GciicTal Statement 




6.0 Novembeit 1929 



(.apliai .S«ork Paid ap 

<rm - 

>e« 



LIABILITIES 



• ' Tritti,fci«»Ba^mB,aj^ . ^ 



$ aS.OOO.OM M 
1.574, ISI. 10 



MrMMtfa UnclaliMd 



k "^Pw» • a • • I 



•kar.'itM.' 



••■■•••••aaa •••••••••a 



I M.S74.ISI.I0 
U Ml. 44 

I <Mi rrs.M 

*M,1U.M 



ViiMMMaMI^Mi^MMBMl 



n#Th?i£lC "in ^Trills t4«m' 



H«lM,ur« due to Bmnkm mud B«..l.w,a * "^rmmpon^ftmmhmi'i 



■ ■••Maaaaa**a«»«Ma 



•••••••a 




•••••■••••••••^••••a 

■••••••••••••a 

L** ■ •! 

■ • ao 
••••aaaaaa 
* •••• •••••••a«aa«>e«ea 



••••••••••a 



••••••••• 



$iM,7t7.M0.M 
S»l »«• 47t.tJ 

' lUt K4 

4i.»4S,tM.M 

I.MS.SM.U 
M.AJ],M2,M 
3,MS.M].I0 
U1.7>a.M 



ices. Most significant to those in- 
terested In the oil Industry Is that 
the effect of the company's action, 
which Is certain to be followed by 
other companies marketing In Jer- 
aey territory will be to reduce the 
price of gasoline at pomt-s of con- 
sumption. 

Commonwealth Edison Company 
declared regular quarterly dividend 
of $a payable Februsry 1. raeord of 

January 18. 

AmerlcAji Oa.^ A; EHectrlc Com- 
pany's subsidiaries, output for week 
ended Deeemher 28 wa,s 64.184,103''' 
k w.h.. Increase of 15 per cent over 1 around 

1928 period. ' 

Republic Iron gi Steel Company 
has purchased Union Drawn Stael 
Company, one of the largest con- 
tumara of. merohanU' steel ban. 
whose raqulremflnta Mrania 180/MO 
Ions a year. 

National Republic Bancorjioration. 
orRanlz.ed under Llinoivt laws with 
authorized capital of l.OOO.OOO shares 
$20 par and surplus equal to $10 on 
outstanding .stock, to bring together 
group of banks In Chicago and 
nearby territory through eaehange 
on atook. 
Teek Hughes Gold Mines, Limited 



By A. S 

Prasldant. A. B. Ama* * Co.: Hon. Praal 
d«nl, Invaatment Bankari' Aaaoolatlon of 
Canada 

(apaatal to Tba OolotUat. Coprrtsht, 1030.) 

TOMONTO. Jan. Iv— Hm year 
1920 has not been eommcDplaoe 
Indeed it will be referred to In com- 
parisons In many later yaara. It will 
be cited as one of tha pivotal yean 
^uoh as, for instance, 1930 and 1021 
when. In the first stage, inventories 
became enormou.s In quantity, hav 
Ing been piled up at exce.sslve cost 
for materials, under the general Im- 
pression that Uiere was great 
scarcity in that regard and that the 
keen demand for produeti would 
long continue, and. in the second 
stage, when inventories were de- 
flated at much loAt>r prices and 
entailing tremendous losses. 

A few of the other pivotal years 
used In comparlacn are 1014. the 
flrst year of the war, and 1913. the 
last year before the war; 1907. when 
growing pessimism and sagging 
prices culminated In the Knicker- 
iKHker Tiust failure and grave dis- 
turbances In Wall Street, and 1893, 
when buslneu was at a low ebb fol- 
lowing ^""Ttiitil ttTlng*"'*y in Lfwi- 
don, a banking crisis In Australia 
and unsettled currency questions in 
the United Btwr 

BETTER CUiNULClKU 
The year 1939 waa remarkable In 
that the great bulk of bii.slne.ss on 
the continent was better conducted 
than ever before Bitsiness was 
efflclent In its admliiLstrrttlon. a 
multitude of well-p!a< l • , >-i ^l(^■«^e ; 
were altogether free of debts other 
than small current 'olAlgatlanfl or 
lightly indebted m funded eeeurl- 
tles and provided with ample work- 
ing capital, many having Inve.st- 
ments in marketable securities not 
needed in the ordinary- operation of 
their own concerns. Manufacturing 
costs were low, materials were plen- 
tiful, labor was not arbitrary In Its 
demands and, upon the whole, there 
waa a steady demand for lu^e scale 
production, moat of the people being 
In good circumstances. Added to 
these factors, inventories were small, 
advantage havlns been taken to the 
full of tiBiLsportaflon facilities that 
Basin went I would permit of rejilenlshing storks 



ROM Bill . 

mm iiRo w 



TOTAL NOW EXOEEDS $1.960^908 

SHOWING GAIN OV 
892.946.856 IN 1929 



Marl III Month— Tough OafcB 

Burnaldc Under 



Freflte of |7,145.1S7 Are Largest 
Ever Reported by a Canadian 
Bank 



At Toront,o Rudbury 
fp.ni tM $3 20, which wa.s the i on hand within a few iiys at most. 

"iT r,ld"'.h"' The year 1939 to remarkable be- 
prlre of International Nickel vT^^ Xin..T"r!^r,l?^ mind these sound 
$31.23 to $32, cloalng at the opening' ''V.'!"'^" conditions, it continued, 
figure. In ^ qSet mSet thS5 1 fluctuations, to value .still 



For the first time In her history 
Canada has a bank with total asseU 
m esoeM of one billion dollars. The 
annual atatement which is now 
being forwarded to shareholders by 
the Royal Bank of Canada stiows 
assets as of November 30 <jf $1 Ooi,- 
442,741 a gain of $92.046.8S6 over 
Novemi)er, 1928. In addition to re- 
porting profits of $7,148,137 that 
constitute a new record In the his- 
tory of Canadian banking, the 
statement contalna evldenoe of the 
exception atrength of the bank. 
STRONG UQUID POSITION 

Liquid assets amount to $409,375.- 
865, an amoimt ^qual to 69J1 per 
cent of UabUltlea to the pubUe. Cash 
on hand and In banks amounta to 

$ir>7 632,114, This Is equivalent to 
18 07 per cent of the bank's liabili- 
ties to t)i(> public. The principal 
;tem.s among tlie liquid a.vsets are: 
Dominion and Provincial Oovern- 
ment securities of $96,543,143; Ca- 
nadian, municipal and British, 
colonial and foreign public securi- 
ties. $17,400,156: raUway and other 
bonds, debenttirea and olooiBL 
468,621 Call loani In Canada are 
practlcallv unchanged a,s compared 
with a year ago, while tho.se abrocd 
show an increa.se of over $22 000,000. 
It Is understood that this increaps 
Is accounted for by certain special 
deposits of a more or less tempor- 
ary nature. 

During the year the paid-up capi- 
tal of the biink was Increased by 
$5,000,000 to $3.=),000.000 At the 
f,ame time premium on new .stock 
permitted of a similar addition to 
reserve fund, and this now stands 
equal to eapltel at $S8,OOO.0O0l 



higher than in 1028 the junior .se 
curltles of ihe KrcAt majority of all 
e.stablLshed companies, thereby plac- 
ing a "preaent value" upon oommon 
stocks on the basis of fair weather 
only for many years ahead. 

TO SOl'NDER LEVEL 
The year 1838 is further remark- 
able that the same set of pe<n>le who 

about What the different stocks Vre I J'^ftuT^i!^" VS." J^'^^J^' 
worth This stale c,f aff.-»„, h« e«J^ I ^hus had credited a 



stocks had moat of the transactions. 
A few Abana and Amulet shares 
changed hands. In oils at Toronto 
Calmont went from $138 down, at 

the last sale fn $i 20 before closing 
at $1.33 bid and $I .l.j asked. 

In the opinmn ( f a member of a 
brokerage house here prices are. 
generally .speaking, he .said. Just 



CHANGK IS MMH 
IW ( APITAL OF 

OTTAWA. Jan 3 The capital 
stock of the Inteniatlonal Nickel 
Company of Canada, Lindt.,ed. lias 
been altered in supplementary 
letters patent, of which public notice 
is given in this week's iMue of The 
Canada Gazette, "tlie paragraph 
placed In the capital stock pro- 
vlslans of the letters patent reads as 



fSolloway. MlIIv * Co . I t(1 ' 
TORONTO. Jun 3 Uuinor.s of a 
Lake .shore .vlialt h.iving caved In 
and LM>en condemned v.cre somewhat 
disconcert iiiK until it was dLscov- 
ered Uiat the occurrence was much 
magnified. What happened waa" 
realiy a minor accident. Two seta ' 
of timbers In No. 3 shaft were dls-'' 
turbed as the result of the "settling ' 
of a stopo at the 600-foot level. 
Which liad been ' hung up ■ A.s n 
result, damage was causel to the 
big case compartment, and the 
latter has been closed down tem- 
porarily for repairs. Men who had 
been taken underground via the No ' 
3 shaft are now going down No. 1. ' 
R opa lw may take two weeks. No. 5 
ahaft Is the big new shaft which Is 
to be .sunk to the 4.000- fcnit level. 
It Is at presem below 2,000 feet. The 
two skip compurtnients were un- 
harmed and are being used as usuiJ, 
lowering material. 

At Palconbrldge Nickel (he 8ec- ' 
ond drlU hole being put down from 
the IXKW-foot level has reached a ' 
depth of 1.660 feet, and is expected' ' 
to cut the ore deposit wltiiln the 
next week or ten days, about 1.000 
feet below the 1,000- foot level 
Smelting operations at the Falcon- 
bridge are expected to start In a 
montt)'9 time, perhaps a little ^ 
earlier. Timll^ up will lequlie eos " 
eral weeka, and capacity will not ' 
be attained until the Spring, '" 
Recent strength in Amulet shares'*' 
is evidently due to buying of In- ' 
[riders ncqualnted with recent drill- 
ing plHii.s. There are IndlcaUons 
of another ore body southeast of the 
diabase, as drill hole No. 240 cut 
high grade, which Is thought to be "' 
another ore body lying below "F" :^ 
ore occurrence. 

Assets of Tough Oaks, Burnslde, 
Klrkland Lake, are being offered for 
■ale by tender a receuer l.s m 
charge. Bonds of $300,000 anil 
creditors for $21,000 coimUtute the 
first claim. Bondholders will meet 
about January 15 to discuss any !t 
plans offered for recooatructlon of ^ 
the enterprlae. 

It Is reported at Klrkland Lake, * 
says our field man, that Teck Hughes 
ha,s bought the Mituik. ; i)ii.;iertv. 
which adjoins Teck s southerly 
claim on the east. 

Hurvey Klrkland is now crosscut- ' 
ting north on the 400-foot level, to ' 
cut a vein which la approximately " . 
139 feet north of the preaent shaft. . 
and expects to reach this ohjeotlve 
m about ten dasrs. ' 

Sylvanlte Is driving on the 600- ' 
foot level In llie east cro.sscut. and I 
has encountered a high-grade vein 
six feet wide, wlresiotir field man. • 



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declared r^ular quarterly ' dWldend 1 t'S? hirt^rto.J"2SLiS: 

of 15 cent*, payable February 1. rer- 5!. " - JL-k ^ PWBWilng 

ord of Januarv 17. I'*"' big amsh^ 

Holly Sugar Corporation declared 
regular quarterly dividend of $1 7S 
nn preferred, payable February 1, 
' I ni 1 of January 15. 
Mld-Contlnent Petroleum Corpo- 
ration declared regular quarterly 
dlvklend of 80c on common. 
I St. Paul handled 3.113,925 revenue 
freight cars ag*ilnst 2.084,60fl in 
'1928. December loadings 147,680 
; against 155.011 in December 1928 
' Failures in 1929 numbered 19,703. 
a decrease of 3 2 per cent from 1928, 
and liabilities totaled $628,990,633, 
Increase of 31.4 per cent over 1938 
UabUltlea, according to Bradstreet s 
DAILY OOLD STATEMENTS 
Federal Reserve Bank of 



vuiiuea. ana mus naa oreaitca a »««» acMviB timmm swua m 

vast amount of new "capital" on the caplUl atock of the 

other side of the balance sheet de- i company shall consist of preferred 



worth. This state c,f affairs, he con- 
siders, gives a confidenr,. ,„ the pub- ' ""T "capital' on th. 

He that waa laxskinir rfnrtn. fL ""^^^^ the balance sheet, de- L°"f^/„,-~- v;™.;' 

elded later. aImo.st unanimously to ***** having an aggregate par value 
"write down- the.se securities to a °^ $27.679 M0, Issuable In .shares 
sounder level and write olT that » P*"" >"^'> P^r 

amount of "caplUl" which It was ^^^^^ ^^"^ P*"*" ^'"^re and 13.928.- 
felt was not supported by ccneerva- ^"f"'""" without 

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siaii, ine compliance with the provtalons of 
supplementary letten patent, dated 



Chaa« 

fSirn n t'tri' 

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Flrrt National 

Imperial 

Montreal 

National OltV 
Nova Scotia .. 

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Operations Snapended to Allow . 
Ing Ke p a ite ie B thwast Pete 



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cetabi*. PorloBs * Ob.) 
CAIX3ARY. Jan. 3— Balling of 
Mercury No. 3 in an effort to place 



arood stuff In tliem. will 
year 1930 not feeling quite .so rich 
as in the halcyon period of 1928 and 
until Oct-ober. 1929, but, neverthe- 
less, resolute to face conditions as 
they are and make the beat of them. 
It should not be eurprlaliic if prog- 
re« In buslnev during the next ten 
years should be greater than it 



the tenth day of Oeeember. 1999, of 
which on December 13. 1939. shares 

of preferred stock having an aggre- 
gate par value of $27.61 2^2.^ and 
13.767,814 shares of common sUn-k 
without nominal or pai value were 
Issueti and out.sfaiiding. und In re- 



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(BXL Bond C ori>oratloe« Idg.) 
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the well on production from the months of 1929 Regarding quota- 



York henceforth will Issue dally gold 
statements. Yesterday's statement 
showed no exports. Imports or 
change in earmark. 

Continental Motors omitted 30 
ccota quarterly dlvktend. due now. 

Ward December sales 835.790.316, 
Increase of 13,04 per cent over De- 
cember. 1028. Twelve months $291,- 
530.631, Increase of 25 47 jier cent 

F A: W Orand 8t<ires declared 
regular 25 cents quarterly dividend 
on common, payable January 20. 

Archer-Daniels Midland Company 
declared regular and qoMrterty dlvl- 
denda. 

William rn aaya aaaeta of ro% 

Film Corporation over and above 



Dalhousle sands, was dl.sclo.sed on 
Npw I Tuesday after 1,800 feet of mud 
column had been removed Opera- 
tions were suspended In order that 
repairs could be made to the cas- 
ing. Showings of gas and oil in 
bailings Improved ae the bailer went 
deeper, but there WW no Indication 
of any heavy gae preasure. 

Mayland No 3 entered the Home 
sands at 3 <>40 feet on Tuesday and 
encountered a flow of dry gas which 
Is estimated at about BfiOO.OOO cubic 
feet. Thu well ts Just weet of and 
an offset to Caatcrest NO. 1. The 
Mg gas flow la regarded as a verv 
favorable Indication of others that 
might follow at greater depths 

Production of crude oil In the 
VVftiMwrUht field in 1929 totalc: 
about 21.400 barrels, according to a 



cotild have been except for ?iie c;>ort of .mk h Usues and outAtandlng 
sobering Innurnce of fhe last few preferred and common shares the 

paid-up capital la 



Mir ah. aiat#m«nt i>f : . 

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Waha ■ . ,. ■ 
Bank of < . , , . 

at th» ..1..,. 
hrati .-h — 

^ Wa >.a^ obUI-d an ta. .nt^m.4t«. a,H ..r'...H^ .ka. v... . .„ . , 

""^^■^ •■■■"•■ " »«« ■• M teUi Nji loi t n. IMt, aad It la M aaowa hy tha k,. 




liabilities in excess of $76 000,000. , 
earnings during 1929 more than 13,- | report from the field Wells con 
000.000. without .■-periBl minrerur- i tributliig to this figure warn flakn 
nng profits of $f, .XK^^ooo Officers walnwrlght, 6,400 tarrela: Wmon- 
In process of negotiation-s which. I ton Walnwrlght. 4ja00; Hargal Brit- 
when complete, they believe wlll„h PetroletSl Na 3. 8A» Tnd 



enable funding of short term obll- 
gatlons. 

Dow Jones averagea: Thirty In- 
duatrlato. high MM; low. 341.78; 
Vlast. 344.30; off 4.38. Twenty rmlla, 
jhich. 146 03; low. 144 40; last. 144.68; 

off. 04. Twentv i.tllitles 8«3fi. off 
189 Forty bonds 93 S.'S. up Ofl 

J 8 Miller, treasurer of the B.A. 
Oil Company. In sanding dividend 
and txinus checks tO the stock- 
holden, states the company had a 
proeperous year, which will be more 
fully revealed when reoortls are com- 
ploted and final stBteaaent presented 
at the anmatl general meeting. Mr. 
Miner repeats the offlHal atate- 
tnent that the board will . .m- 
hldemflon to fhe sharehold< ; at the 
in''''lng In Fetjnitry 

8ELUNG WAVE EXPLAINED 
Explanation for the abrupt sell- 
ing wave which swept over the mar- 
ket in Thursday's late trading was 
furnished by the appearance of the 
hrokers" loans statement after tJie 
■ l'v*e Showing an Increase of $96,- 
OOO.OOO over preceding week. This 
gain was taken to Indkiate eome 
passtng of stocks fran ainng te 
weak hand-,ofi the re cent rec o ve iy . 
h«wev«^ the expansion in eollateral 
{borrowings had an offsetting in- 



Walnwell NO. 1. 4.000 Because of 
the amount Of oil used for fuel 

purpcvw aeowtta flgwee are not 

available 

Southwest Pete wae cleaning the 
hole flfty^eet from bottom on Tues- 
day preparatory to drilling deeper 
Into the lima after an tmsuccessful 
attempt to (rtace the well on pro- 
duction 



tlons for common stocks, as the re- 
valuation has been so drastic. It does 
not seem unlikely that In 1930 ap- 
preciable advances fiom present 
prices may be registered In connec- 
tion with such companies as are well 
conducted and have an aMOtOd 
basis for active operation. 

I' is a striking analogy that the 
1928-1939 period beats with that of 
1930-31. In the period just closed 
there was Identically the same con- 
tagloas and widespread eagerness to 
buy common «t/x;ks under the Im- 
pression that they were scarce and 
that the demand at high levels 
would long continue that (here was 
in IM9-31 ae to eammedKles. 

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METAL MARKET 



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Majr . 
J«lp . 
Jan. . 



CBlCAri^ 

Wh^al. 
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Wh»«t 
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Corn 
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MON I RKAL. Jan. 3.— Official an- 
nouia ement was made at ihh head 
t^Mnv>N lar, T ^..-M... Canadian National 

LONDON. Jan 3 ^'^^'^d Rallw^i that Mr. R. L. Bumap^o 

has been assistant general traffic 
manager of the system, with head 
quartan In Montreal, had been ap- 
pointed vloe-prealdent in chacge of 
traffic. eiwpeHii^ lir. A. T. Wat- 
don. 




Level HUUHeee After 

Rome Pr 



'Rrar tfin. Brown M ("o , Ltd » 

NEW YORK, Jan 3 - The market 
today started off on the constructive 
dde bgr regletering advances of a 
point or two which condition pre- 

Sterllng Pacific waa running tooU I T*"^ ^'^^ 
to thA hni« nn Ts...^.., — I ihe etlgeli Off aocumulatlon of over- 
night baying orders had worn off 
there 



Into the hole on Tuesday and ex- 
pected to be cleaning for several 
days before deepening into the Ume 
after testing for production. 

Sixty quarts of nttfO-flyeeriM 
are being taken to OoaoMnweanh 
thla morning and a ehot wiu be ex- 
ploded today In an effort to start 
a gaa flow of commirclal propor- 
tlona. 



was opportunity fo reflect 
over the $96.000 000 Increase in the 
brokers' loans 

Although the new total did not 
warrant conalderatkm as other than 
a transient feature It nevertheleaa 
served aa an Inducement for several 

profCMlonals t/i put out short lines, 
although th»lr activities were con 



Wellington was shut down for, - 

several (\nvn due to a shortage of ' '^"''♦^ their usual mediums with 

the result that the leM OOnsplCUOlM 
members of the Hat >ielded ' ' ~ 
tionaUy and momentarily. 

Th« artllaff preeeure did not per 
eiet aad tta withdrawal was f- 
lowed by a stablli7.ed price ie\r 
which continued to the rioae In 



fori gan but last night was expert 

' • vesume t/xlay and should be 
making new hole Into the Umo alter 
driiiing out cement Acrtly. 

PrechoM NO. S, bo$tem at 4.110 
'eet. la imd« MimlBff and lowering 
ten-Inch caatnf to 4.100 fe#t cjis 



comer, spot £69 168; futures jC68 5s. 
Bectrolytle. Apot OI; Attvei 

£83 15s. 

"Hn, spot £174 lOe; futuree flTt. 
Lead, spot and futurw m lOa. 
Zlae. spot CM lOe; futurai £30 8e. 

AT NEW YORK 

NEW YORK. Jan. 3. — copper 
quiet; electfOiytle, tfioH and fu- 
tures 18. 
Iron quiet; unchanged. 
Tin, easy; spot and naarby ii.87; 
futures S9J7. 

Lead steady; spot New Toit %M; 
East St. Louis 6.10. 

Zinc quiet; Fast St. LOUlB, spot 
and futures 5 45 
Antimony 8.65. • 
Quicksilver 123 00 

MONEY MARKET 

LONDON, Jan. 3 Money 2 1-2 

per cent. Discount rates .short 

bills, 4 1-4 per cent; three months' 
bUla. 43-8 per cent 

AT NEW TOM 

NEW YORK, Jan. 3.— Call money 
easier iiigh 6; lev •; raltaf rale 

dosing bid 5. 
Time loans steady; 30 days, 4 3-4 

to P 60-90 daya. 4 3-4 to 5, 4-6 
months 4 3 4 tr> ^ 

Prime commercial paper. 5 

5 1-2 

Bankers' ptenfue unchanged. 

MON TREAT PRODUCE 
MONTREAL. Jan. 
higher: batter and egg 

Cheeeo— Ptoeat Westerns 18 1 -2c 
Butter— Na I Pasteurised, .38 1-4' 
t/> 38 l -2c 

Effgs Rtorage extras. .V)c; firsts 
47c. seconds. 44c, fresh speciala, 
T^^^frejOi^eKirM, 91a to fOe; freab 

NFW YORK 5VCAR 

Jon 3 - The raw 



"You wfre always a fault finder'- 
growled his wife 

"Yes. dear," reqiMnded the hus- 
band "I fotuid yow." 



to 



' • >HK 
" -KAi market 

mg wUl be eel before drilling into I terrupted by a rally coinri-ient with i duty '^oald^^'**"' 

S22*3IriJSr''i.Ilt:;'/ *?.»?*,»?°"'"^ °' re,, ., tion m TheVeftned mai1»l 

above the lime, la continued. |tlM e^l awogy rato Cram • per oaatl a$ iuM to U$Ut 



9* Mi f«r 



TRADIIVC; 
S£RVICE 

Our exciutivc grain wires 
handle nothing hut grain huti- 

nrt< no ofhrr riurUpt fpiofa- 
tiont or ordert clog it or delsy 
VOUR Bir.SIMRSS. When 
price* sre fluctuating rapidly, 
•peed snd accuracy are para- 
mount Botb theto cssentisis 
are available Ihrottflli the serv- 
ice of this bonse. 

So I lo way, 
Mills & 

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THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA. i?.C. bATUKU.W. )A^LA1^^ ^. 19J0' 



Importaat 



Noticeg, Employmeat, Business and Professional Directory, Wants, Etc. 



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rOA OLAMiriBD Oa WAMT 

on* ut4 otM.|MlC amU » «er<i Mob 
tnHrtlon: nln« Mat* A vaH A WMk. with 
• minimum of (Ml «ai4st tMb Vtth order 
No •dvortlMBionI MMVtcd f«r laM than 



D««th ant PHWml NotlOM. tl M firtt 
iBMrtlon; ll.W Iter Meh •ddltlonal In- 
Mrtlon. Marrlair*. r-nr-l* of Thinks and 
In Monorlam Notice* i: ^n prr inwruotj 

Birlh Notlrrt. 1100 ii«r n.«rii! ,i 

Budnaaa or Profenslonal < ard* of two 
tiMt or Mndrr. 13 so per niontb. Addl- 
tlMMl ipac* at II 2.^ 1 -r 'ifir p»r month 

Advartlam who r\.- , nave repllea 

•dtfrcMcd to a l>ox ■ I - ( olonUt and 
fs^ardMI to th«tr prtvaU addraaa. A 
eharaa of ten eanta la mad* for malUnc 
reptlaa In thia e*M MM UWM MrdJ 
r-Box CoIoiiKt") to flM^MSl flMT th« 
numbvr of worda. 



a CUI U( II NOIK tS 

iCoAtlnuedi 

hi Maix * C'liui^ti, Elalii UuaU < lt» v 

■•*» OiWMiilim. • am U4t:ll^ 

wraoa. tl O'eUMk Holy Coaimuiuon. la 
noon Sunday nchool Benlor rlar.aaa. 9. it 
(> > irx k Junior rlaaMa. 11 o cluck Evaa- 
aona aud aarn. <i. <> , ix k Kact^y, IUt. 
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AGE^rr8 wantcd 



Out-of-town raadm of m* advtrtlaa- 
m«nts ask adv«rtia«ri to tlM MMmm aa 
well aa phona numkora. It it not »1- 
wart po^ible to coHwittnleata throuah the 
pkooo. 

The ColonUt aarvlra la avoUabto trarr 
day from • a m to tA p m.. ouoptlM 
Sundayx Juiit rail n 



Emmanuel Baptut Chareh Rav Henry 
Knox, paator t Ai a.m . Sunday achool 
11 a m.. Worahlp. aarmon. "Our ObJectlvea 
(or ifM" 7 10 pm Mak:!i( the Moat 
at lifa." >t rao«er. m : , jiytM. 

CKMSTAiii u nits 



AMAZINO NKW BPBCTAri.ES PER 

farted M will buy triem Up 

lo IWW II. oi;' , > '.pplyin* drmaad 

No eKprreii. e i We lurnlah t»ery- 

u na tiia( tiariit . Simple, eaar 

Complete aaiaa ouini KKEB to our workera 

tMlm i* t Dept CN-lSoTrerojito. Ont 

•C^VERYBODY MUSI- UKESS CLOTMEH 
aell every day rvrry where ProaperK 
are all aboit Paber ClotlMM ar* the 

bent neller o.' i:..- .i <l.i»ir» and hlcheai 
commlMtoBa Experienced men muat ap- 
prectat* our lino, and our cotpplete in- 
•truellona aaaure aHeooa* even U rou have 
no experience Wrilft totev. Mwta raber 
* Co . Ltd . »7t M.U«roMO «ML. Dopt 

110. Montreal 



Cbrlatadelphlan, <>ra:-»e Hall. Courtnej 
Street Uornlnc aervlc«, 11 o'clock. Eve- 
nlna. T to o'clecki aubject. 'Tlld OtirUt 
That la to B« " You ar* waleoM. 



OAKLAND8 HAUL 

Oaklanda Ooapcl Hall. HlUelda ear t«r- 
mlnua. 11 a.m . Worililp i p m . School. 
T p.m.. Ooapel aarelce Thuraday. women'a 
meetlna at 3 SO p m . wlien Mr Nell 
Pr«»er. of Detruit. »'.'.l speak Friday. 
chUdren'a mertina H' ~ I I p m AU are 



>K tAa 
(uarante 



PREtiHt IfcKlA.S 



' CL.AHHIFIt ATIONS 

AdTOMo for Roat 

» Avroaoo fof aolo 

Aereata Wantotf 

" Avtea for Rlr* 

* Automobiles 

Birth. .■ 

Btryrlea and Motorryclea 

Boata and Laanchaa 

' niilMIno Miti>rtal 

T'i-'t'.o., rXrr'^tnrr 

n i'Inets Oi>:>ortiinltl** 

fard" of Thank* 

fHurrh Notices 

riolhlna. Fqri. Shoes, Etc 

" OOTiInt BYenti 

Danelna 

' Paaths 

nr^is'naklne ..... 

Citiiratlnna) ; 

Parma for R»nt 

Parma for Sale 

Parma Wanted 

Mat* an4 Apartment! to Rent. 

• ^ftn and Annrtmenf* WanlM, 

Wower« 

''or Bale. MI<re|ianeouB 

Piirnlture 

Pjiel 

' Puneral Dtroators 

' Pumlahe4 Hovmm for Rout 

Purnlahrd Roopia for Mont 

Purnlahrd Rooma WaBt«<| 

- Halls fo Rent 

Housekeeplna Rnoiu to Rent . . 
Hoii>:eke«ptnt Rooma Wanted . . 

Hoii>es for Solo , 

Ut M a n itot n rrrm-i-.-t-. 

T.Mtlnca Canceled . . 
' n'> and Pound 

, Tof^ien and Societies 

Machinery 

J Marrlacea 

Matareltr ami OoorsloaooDl BaoMt. 

M<iie«nan*oaa 

Money to UMn 

Monumental Worlii 

n Music 

Mii«l"«I Tiiftrument^ 

Nur«erT Stork. Plants. Ete 

. Personal 

Profew'onal Diractorr 

^ Prsportr for Sale 

no ^Miii rty Wanted 

Pnii'try and Livestock , 

Pw^'o 

fia Po"Tn and Board 

4!' Poo'n and Board Wantad 

le PMuationa Wanted— remal* 

i^ltuatlona Wanted— Male 

F'foves. Ranees, Pumaeaa 

•»iirtimer Peaorts 

— ■ -hert Wanted 

■T"if"t»er 

Ftrhanae — Miaeallaneava. 

■T'o r»rhan»e — Real Batata 

To Rent Mlsrellaneous . 

' l''if.irnl^t)e'1 Hou-es to Rent 

I'n'iirnMhed Rooms lo Rent 

T'nfiirnl.ihed Rooms Wanted 

Wsnted- Pemale Help 

' " Wanted — Mala Holp 

- Wanted— MlacallABaeiM 

Wsnled to Bofr«» 



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Ml Andrew a Praabyierlan Chureh. Hav. 
I H p 8 l^ttrall, B A. Sunday. January 
i, 1V30 Sunday school, I 45 ocluck 
Vfornlnx service. 11 o'clock; sermon. The 
Upland* of Ood"; »olo. "I Will Uft Up 
Mlnr Eye»- (EvlUet, Miis L^obcl Crawford, 
anthem, '"nie Lord Is My Shepherd' 
(Simpert, Bvanlna aarvice, 7:Io ociock, 
aermon. "Certainly. I Will Be With Thee . 
duel, •Walfliman. What of the NlahtS' 
iSergaanti. Mr I) K Park and Mr A. W 
Trevei' . Ye the OaUr' 

(ineh< 



V^C PAY MEN I3S A WEBK OP 

B-Aay wortK iNTRODuriNr. 

'ed tailored io-mea.iure ju'.i- 
|1> ~i up New plans make auccaaa aure 
even for bealnners Apply today, atating 
"l':.up*tl<»- M your latUr Is aUtcere. 
i£!*— "^HJE*****! cowplato aampio oatflt 
rajfc WUaM<anMlalMv. Mm VtU. Mbni | 

tJBLUNO fHXJDWEAR ALL WfJOI 
^ ' Made-to-Measurn Union Label Suits Is i 
an easy way to earn 1100 a week. Our 1 
proposition M sold on a money-back auar- ' 
anlee. with a unl-jue new tolUna pian and 
canplata per.sonal co-op«ratlon BK sample 
Ett FREE. Better write at once for ex- 
clualva Mrrltory Good wear Olothea. Reed . 
D*»t- U, 979 Clarke Street. Moetreal 



w 



ONLT — IP TOO ARC 
a* meat, ambltloua and a worker, 
there 1* a place for you In the third 
{••■'•■t Induttry In Cansdn. with one of 
the biKfeit and moat siicceaaful flrma In 
line You will be your own boaa and 



th 



UtI'OK.viMt I I' I ^< OPAL 



Church of Our \ .,1 uupiboldt and 
Blaulwrd StreeU. Rocior. Rev. A. 
de B. ovea. Senrlcet. tl ajn. An« T ao 

p.m. 



SraUTVAUST 



First Spiritualist Church. Harmony Rail. 
724 rv.rt Street Pastor. Mra Prampton 
Sen W e. 1 30 p ni Mesaaies by flowers. 
Clri le. Monday and Thursday. 7 p ni 

Society of Psychic Reaearch, Splrltual- 
lami Son* of Bncland Hall. 1316 Broad 
Street. ScrTlee Sunday. January 5. at 
7.10 p m Lecture and rlalrvoyaiice by 
Mr. Elidlcott, of Vancouver Circle Wed- 
neaday at b p m , l ondut ted by Mrs J 
McPyott. of Victoria 



work in your own community, among your 
own people You will grow month hy 
month, year by year, and your esrnlns» 
win grow with you Write today, and tell 
us about yoursrif w ,,: you have done, 
and what your l.cJ^.,^ if you are the 

type of man we want, wlU train you 
and teach you. We will aet you up In 
bualneaa for yourself and equip you with a 
rtock of goods of your own without the 
ineestmenl of a single m t Apply Mr Ed 
Hopkins. Dept 7*.. Ilox ■'i , -..ui 



17 ilTUATIONS VV,\Mti>— 



Double Service in 

Want Adi 



You can frlri>hone yotir an 
swers as wd) 4, jour cla4»ilie<l 
a.Kciiisrnifiits to The Colonist. 
Keadifs are oilfn interested m 
Want Advertisements that 
not carry the names or adijres-' 
of advertisers, but s Gblom 
box number. For the acconi- 
Riodation of these readers who 
find it inconvenient to write an 
answer, and to serve the adver- 
tiser better, we will take replies 
to Box Numbers over the tele- 
plionc. 

I he Colonist service is avail 
»'>le from 8 a m, to 10 i».m., ex 
' eptinx Sundaya, Phone IL 



OUR CLIBN 1 ■ 
A HAPTY AMD 
FRoaPBHOOS MSW YBAR 

oaunvoop 4 oa, vm. 

•IS BravaMMi Bttoot 

OroHRd lloor. Pemberton H ir t 



UAiM, MISCnXANBOOt 

tOoir : •. in! 



■I4CEI I. s N roi H 



A PPLES OOOD QUALITT JONATHAN 
f * • ..end Baldwin. 13 8« per^ark <3 boxes) 
BMllar apploa, 1175, l»c extra for de- 

^TMBOr Bros , Centre Road. Keat- 

laa Mono Keaitru at 



31 



MONET TO LOAN 



* LL BLACK SOIL. TLA Y 

• » ro<'k riudrrs deltirrrj 

ill M \ K \ ^ 




KOOm TO BBNT 

(Oonttnuedi 




pOMFORTAJU.! MOM. Wm flRB- 
^ place, elaaa In. 
Koad, bet 
evenings 



a aaa « and a. 



•1 MA.MLU lo Kt.M llOUiiES 
lOoMlauedl 



tyANTED TO RENT ROOBB OF TBN 
lor buatdlna school Box aSfi. TTelnalal 

xyc HAVE A wAmNa~Li8T or tBT 

_'!. "'i'* '"f unfurnl&iied houaaa In a" 



mediate results p k 
l td , 1113 Broad Street 



Brown * Bona 
PlMtta IfN. 



\ RE YOU IN NBBD OK MONBT? 
- V loan on dlamocul*. )e— lr|. antli 
Uiaauea. 



WBl A 
antlquea. taoL. 

silverware, furs, and all valiaaUea. Pledges 
held one year Sct^p gold and aUver bought 
Mall your k<(i;rit'-i and we mail you 
money Imni • , Relerences Bank of 

Montreal n , .1 lj\T«RAl, LOAN CO . 
77 Hastings h (-...u. Vancouver, BC 



VUlY ri.NE BNOUSH CAMtUOB. 
laree wheel aol. hath aad aslkF. Pbaae 



Iil<AN!FX>RO COMPtrriNO SCALES; 
M . le, trie sausage machine Phone 



\ORSKMENTS ANIJ MOKTaAOSB PUR- 
chased Money la looa. Mat A 

Manzer. Uui rl.slcrs. Bank Ift -t— 



21 



■I KSONAL8 
'.lUnuodi 



r^LD COLO AND 
alao dlamottda. 



SILVER BOUOHT. 

i Watches and rUx-ks 

nfa fSl ■i?^'* Stoddart s. 

lUa Oauclas street, opposite Spencer s 



I AfONEY TO LOAN AT CURRENT RATE 

of interest Strictly ionnde:i':j| 
I quick dectaions, reasonable charsea. P H 

Sr**" .lL-*<»°»- • Btraec 
Phone int. 

TlfONBT TO to AN ON mtBT IIORtI 

QWEN FBI ORNT WONBY AVAILABLB 

*-J In a limited amount oti f'rst mortgagee, 
good improved residential property. The 
Royal Truat Company, BeUnont Bouaa. 
Victoria. 



1.ALK UARDBN LOAM, CLAY, SAND. 

cinders, gravel, manure, delivered 
anywhere HaiUtna, aMmna. tencina. etc 
TaeaiM. 



/ iI(i.ME J.*ML3 BAY MOTE! WELL 
(urn.ihed warm room, k ti l.riiene 
aaraxr S(>0«Y 

l,^URNiaHXL> BBD-aiTTIMO-ROUM AND 

iL ^' teUB .' **vlF Ssaa w i i aS; aaraae 
Fhoaa MSIT. 

IAROC WARM KKONT ROOM 
J use of kitrhrn 



CI r.M I I K V 



AND UVISTOOB 



WITH 



Phone 764SX 

USE 



paanKXAcr* - mrs 



O. WOCH3S. 



Oak Bay Phone a44|. Late 708 Geek St. 

O PIH EIXA ^RSnflTaoFjONlB BLDO" 
>J Fhone 44a. Hours, a to t 



TREOSOPHY 



Monday, 8pm Victoria IndeMB4aBt 
Tbeoaophlcal Society, Jonea Bid* , Fort 
Street. Subject, The Ocean of Theoeophy ' 

(eontlnuedi. All welcome. 



ONITBD CHOBCH OF CANABS 



Flrat United Church formerly Plist 
Presbyterian (Tiurrh', corner Quadra 
Street and Balmoral Road> MInlater. 
Rev w o Wilaon. M A.. D.D.; aaalgUnt 
mlnlaux. Rev. Bruee O Oeoy; pre t tii lo t . 
w. c. Fyfe. Sunday services Rev Dr 
Wilson will preach at botii morning and 
evening services. II am and 7 30 pm 
Sunday whoo: 9 4S am. Intamiedlates 
and seniors, 11 am . beginner*, primaries 
and Juniors. Morning Choir. "Fray for 
the Feaee of Jerusalem'" (Maaoni, anthem. 
•The Radiant Morn' (Woodward) Eve- 
ning Solo and chorua. "fonalder and Hear 
Me' (Phleuger). lololst. Mlas Carol 
Mcnxlea. anthem, "Olorleua U Thy Name ■ 
' Mooart). 



A DVERTISBB WOXJUi „ 



Box 



A J ORBOO— BAVE-THOIKIHS ANU 
■^ * * *"<^owg cleaned, phone 2456 

A LTERATIONS. OARAOE8. SHINOUMa 
buUding fences, boune wrccklM. eta 
No Job too small for careful attaattM.' 
E H VValnscolt. 3tlS Blanshard. """" 



f J ARDEN8 CLEANBD OF: LIMB 8FRBAD 
aS-e'^ii 11 ■•■?"".''• chrysanthemums and 
neocea trimmed, etc ; 4Sc hour eOMl:j 



r> AWLBTOH'S OOOO HEALTH 
■* • ucts headtuartert now at 1 ! 
ertimrn". Street. Room 3 lupposlta . i , - 
of Commerce" Phone 6»74 Prank Patiou 
Mar , City of Victoria 

T JNCLi TOM S CABIN, CORDOVAlilAYr 
, ' "A Wish to Everyone May you all 
ha»e a Briaht, Happy New Year 



MORBY TO UMUr 
OVBD FBOnOtTY A 
ratea. Bulldlna loans accepted. 



QN DKPROVBD FBOnOtTY AT LOWEST 

HBISTSRMAM. PORMAN * OO. I 
60S View Street piione ta 



> niSOMI AOAINBT 

oft rarrr ikuvm 
ftATs: M.M rem iijw xmuMjjtet 

BeUaMe Brttlah 



Fee vartimlan Baa 
asaurr oo.. urp. 
nr mart BlfMi Mmsw SMI 



TO BXCUANGB— 
MISCBLLAinouS 



POR SALE-OrRL 3 ALMOVT MBW B.8.A 

» bike, or rxnuut^ raSlo at Ottho- 



I'honic Phone 



23 



f l>i 1 \ I lUNAI. 



M WAWTID TO BOBEOW 

ItrONEY WANTm WE HAVE TOR 
"'l disposal sgn.e very choice flrjt mort- 
gages of 1400. «M0, 1760. 11.000, ll.SOO 

and M,000, -eeepeetlTolr, at the r iM^:,, 
rate of intereat. If you have Idle lunds 
we shall be very pleased to ahaw you «ur 
oUerlnae. F. R Biown sona, LM.. llta 
Broad Street. Ph<.nr in-"; 



BroB. 



MS, LADDERB. PARK SWINOS 
dug kennala. ehleken bouaea. Jones 
. S37 Port Street. Phone lata. 



or 

In prIvKip 



I»0<1M BREAKfAST ANU 
'k garHiie o'f«red gentleman 
home Phone 6184Y 

RITB HOTBL. 710 FORT STREET COM- 
^ fartaMa. taUr madem rooma. houaa- 
kaeplna rooma. guiteg. Phone SI. 



I-Ul LIRV AKQ 



ipn,^ '^«"8H STOCK 

APRIL 3i> HATCHKO. TuDAt 
WnuHl.NO :8 LBS. I3J APRIL 
JO UATCHEL) POLLET8 19 iHa 
120 APPLY A. aTulL • 
OUMOAM. B.a - 



WBXT DOOR TO EVERYTHING IN TOWN 

tJTOP WITH I'S WHKN VI8ITINO VIC- 
*^ torla. If you are looking for a per- 
manent reeldence. you won t and anything 
to X L "Beeerler Hotel Apartmenla. • 734 
Yatea Street, with Ita ateam heat, hot 
.we**' eloTBtar aeririee. Free gas m 
Itaht houaekeeslaa rooma and auitaa. 
flaala, beaiopia aatf ba t iaafcaaiHaa raams 
irsBi ee aaoB. 

Vhaae aB83 



j J AYINO 
Reds 



POLLBTS — A PEW BJCCEP- 
-"".'Ta's^w'Tn'^^^it^'*'" ""^ " 



J R.I.H. poLurrs. 



nena Belmont 7P 



a MONm» « 



asc 



CATTLE 



^ JOOD 



Maaaaaa hr r A. Ortmtii 



SI BOusnnriNG itomts to 

RENT 



KLKM.SHKD 



T>OOKSI BOOKS! BOOKSI THOIMANOS 
I > to select fiom at the Britlail Ptmlture 
Marl 

n 



S6 



HAl.Li> TO Kt.NT 



rpo n 
haU 



— UOHT. STEAM-HEATED 
central, suitable for studio, 
clasg work, at' Phone aaa7X. 



1> C DRAMA I IC SCHOOL BLOCUTION. 

Thr'ee''ulSlf..'^i2t' *»»ma»to expreaston 

or 620 



M 



oomNo bvsnts 



I 



BIRTHS 



K"^r^ At the Rovat Jubilee HoapitaL to 
Mr and Mra. H. J. Kld4. BamhortOO, 
V I . .Tanuary a. a ton. 

t dbathb 

PAWERS — There passed away after a short 
lllnea*. at the Royal JubUee HoaplUI, 
Private Matthew Sawers. aaed fortr-flee 
years. Mr. Bawera was bom In Srnt- 
UTid nnri had been a resident of this 

• 'y 'or Die past twenty years Ha 

• e-i-ed during the Oreat War with the 
aaoth Poreatry ■attaUon. Oanadlan Bi- 
peditlonary Psrea. 

r-inersl fervlce wltl be held this mem- 
I If .innvsry 4. at 11 o'clock, from the 
B J Curry At Son Puneral Rome, comer 
Quadra and Brouahton Streets. Rev J 
Rharp wUI offtelate and Interment will be 
mc(*e in the Rosa Bay Cemetery. 
'■nsaaMwaapwMemwivvarmHMM^HHns 

4 CARD or THANKS 

Mr and Mrs Haswell wish lo thank all 
their kind friends for the beautiful floral 
tributes and their kind words of sympathy 
In their sad bereavement In the lose of 
their Hide son. Walter Francis 



T )ANCE A O P BALLHOOM. EVBRY 
»' .Saturday night. S. SO. PItl's Orchestra 

io n 3Sc a nd ftOc. 

j , E. CANADIAN LBOION. PRO 

* i'utria Branch, «3.'i Courtney Street 
every Wednexday. » to 13 Plndler s or- 
chestra Refre.nhn)enH Admission 35c. 

JAANOE, SONa or CANADA ^HAUl 
■a ' every Saturday n'ci , « 40 to 1140 

Charley Hunts fi '.-.i,,, Adml.s-slon iitt 

I AKE HILL ( 
dance. Wedne- i 
» to I Orard s 
Admission .^0r 



TTANDYMAN. HKI.IABLK, WANT8 WORK 
ontst*' '""^ **<'^' Col- 



AN 

ood cooks, 



AND WIPE. SCAVDINAVIANS, 
want pos)'uii camp 



or elsewhere Phone 627 
.^17 Oovernment Street 



.Mr K«&rijon. 



Adml.s.slon aSc. 

M-.I'MTY CENTRE 
1- .'iin isrv 8. dancing 
"■•ir.T Kefreshmenl3. 



tJATURDAY. JANUARY 4. S 10 PM 
tP„ military live hundred. Eaglet' 

Hall. ISIS Oovernment Street. Good prizes 
Admlaalon aSc. 

TORKBTS-^TORICBTS^TimKEYS 
ri'^URKEY SHOOT. 8atur4ar. January 4. 
' commencing 1 o^loek. Maota Carlo. 
Colwood Race Track. 



U .OA-PARTNER WHIST AMD DANCE. 
ri.»)tf B.OE. Hall. Pride of the Island. 
Saturday. January 4 Priaes: Two IS, two 

!?• *? ??• '*» »p««i»u. 

It. Admlaalaa Me. 



PROPERTY OWNERS - HANDYMAN. 
^ flr.st-class carpenter, decorator, brick. 

■ »» pert wasee: town, 

country^ refere nces. Boa aS4I. Colonist 

rjiWO YOUNG DAmKB~BOT8r~WITH 
experience of farming and good mllk- 
era. want po-ltlons In Victoria or Island, 
singly or together Will take care of farm 
run car or truck. wlU db anything State 

ryiNO ON CHINEflE EMPLOYMENT 
» » office, 574 Johnson St Phone 4aai> 

yoUNG MAN. ia.'wANT8~W0RKTH10H 
» school experlem-c, can drive, will 
work as chauffeur Box S48I. Colonist. 

A'OUNO ENGLI8H.MAN WANTS WORK 
* on poultry or d«:ry fsrin two years 
previous experience. Box 3300. Colonist. 

I7A 



r AI>Y WISHES TO TAM A FEW CHIlI 
nin.''7"' S"*"" 'he ages of Ave and 
nine, to educate with her own family 
Beautiful country home In Victoria dls- 

[;^t^d "-cor- E^'siK'-^^asr-in^. 



mnr era business 8ch<»l 
Hibben-Boae Bulldlna Phone aaaa 

Bhorthan* TtaavrlUoa. Hlah aabool 
BubJectg. 

Day and Evenlni C]a»ae». 



17 



MISCKLLAMVOUB 



IIOYAL BU81NE83 SCHOOL. OVER 
n)w.n^"fi'A'^""'*''«""»- Oovernment Street. 
teiSTher mII; Bayer tlate 

teacnerilew Bra Bualneaa School) Short, 
hand. Ty»awrltlna. Office TralSne. 



FAINTEBB AND DBCOBATOBS 



13 



WANTED— MALI RBLT 



S 



IN BRMOBIAM 



Of Mary 



HUSTON In loving memory 
Huston, died January 4. 1937. 
— Inaerted by her lovlns 

>on 



I;'! 6 rUNBRAIe DIBIOTOB8 
gANM nnnaua, oa 

Office and ChM>el: itu 



XI 



^1' 



A RE YOU HONEST? WaL YOU WORK? 

We will pay ISO a week up for these 
two qualities. You don't have to have 
experience or previous knowledge of our 
business Tou don't have to be brilliant 
TruMworthlnesa and ability to learn are 
whsl we require Wf wUl teach you and 
train you You" will act In your own 
rommunitr aa the representative of one 
of the biegest and highest rated companies 
of Its kind in Canada We will give vosi 
the opportunity How bu that opportunity 
Is depends on yourself We will tell yo i 
about the company. Its product and your 
opportunity In Its ranks. Apply Mr BIms 
Dept I. PO Box 084. Montreal. 



UAWTINO. KAUOMININO, ROOF RE- 
* pair s, staging, gutters S63SR. 

OAINTlNO. KAL.»<. Mr PAPER- 
i~ hanging and pl«^!>■r i.» cMnr general 
repairs St Francis Hotel, phone 4SS4 

pAINTINO. PAPERHANOINO. KALSO- 

X mining, work guaranteed. Phana asaaxi 
and^aave money *--mm eeeeiu 

P^»™<>-\jpkU»i«SD»o; PAFlm: 

•7C CABPBWTB BS ANP QON TBACTOBa 

ALTERATIONS, BOMOALOWST OAr"- 
tr.^"- •hinellna. ic. p. Irvine. 4J07. 

A ^7*" ATlONS: H O U 8 r~ R/aSINa 
I. 'o"''datlon». roofs repaired, reshln- 
gnng Estimates given 737S. 6. Resan. 



Day Sehael, January • 
Nisht Sehool. January 7 

LiPROTT-SHAW BUSINESS AND COL- 
Th- 'if"^^TE INSTITUTE .affiliated with 
?^n.rt^'?""?i;«iiil*">" Association of 
,^?'L OOOllBBB: Stenoiraphr. Secre- 
urial. Buslnesa, Preparator;. and R^dlo- 
lelegraphy High School Courses Inau 
v.dusi insfruciion Intensive training Day 
and eveuing classes. Enter any Monday 
F ree - mployment buijau Insures s«Wd polf- 
tloiis to graduates. For COnpleU toforma 

lion, write, telephone or MU at the IsTk-V 
lOia Douaias BtroM^ am. B. Baattp M^n 
asina Di^tor. ■•a»»r. Man- 



A UTO 1 RL NK3 BUILT TO PIT YOUR 
f»- car 1 oo&e covers for car* a specialty 

j:i;jo""^v,:r.r-,jisu'SiafSOT;^ xisskjt 

Phone SI 80. *vewie 

A IJ- YOtrn TRASH WILL BRINO Yoi7 
-*». cash, such as raas. bottles, also tools, 
stoves, furniture, or aaything elie We 
call anywhers and pay best prices Phone 
61 80 

I \EAPNES8. CATARRH. HEAD NOIhES 
M, »•"»•*» Which save permanent 

leiiief gladly esplalned free to any auf- 
ferer. Writa -AaraJ," IN Blikbeek Road. 



745-747 Fori .Slr<el 

lURN ROCKOAS COOKING. LIOHT- 
INO HEATINO ANYWHERE. SaS 

VATtS STHEET 

I vH(;PHEAn SINQBR ROTARY SBW 0)0 
I ' machine, like new. phone SOCTO. 



>*OTIOB — OKIOAOO 
fina siaal trmaaa M.M. 



I iRE.SSMAKERa' 
* ' hklrt market. 
Box 3553, Colonlat 

T^OR SALE- U N DBRWOOO VORTABLB 
.a. ''-'"'l'.*/,; J.". "'•t-elaee condition. 

I4S Box SS47, Colonist. 



■TTABLXBRBD INt 

Tir AILING LLSTS— We hava three aelaeted 
XVL malllna lists of Victoria and can pro- 
cute mailing lisU of Wealthy resident* 
of Vancouver. Seattle. Tacoma. Port- 

Pa«d.^ 55?"^ 



AOENCY 
Phone 1915 



NBWTON ADVBSnmO 
604 Fort Street 



Ij^OR SALE -WRIST WATCHES. 14 7Ss 

ty»i5"!"'M.,^*'l-"'"'L"!.'°''' chains. 
I« 80, aolid go d neckchalna and pendente. 
14 7S. sold Signet rlnas. sa.7Si Bents' 
double gold-flUed watch ehaln^ $3 7^ 
Kren^h pearl necklaces. 84 7Si Barrloe dia- 
mond rlass, 84 M: genuine diamond r::.»i 
Uom ttf sa to 345. solid golf cuff ilnk*. 
»4 50. gents Howard and Waltham watches. 
145 opera els^.e», |i .-o. late style spec- 
taclea to nt any sight. 83. 7S. Jaoob AaroB> 
son. Watchmaker and Jewelof. tU Maaaa 
Street, phona 7M. "■—^ 

UtXJC. BORNBIOE 
Phone aa&4T 



HIOH 
and Oosae dUtrlct. 



•lA 

AT TATES - HOOSBKB^mO 

'^a^ ro om; moat central loc ation in town. 

/"lOMPORTABLB HOUSEKEEPING 
V-^ rooms. laOO Yates Birect 

DELHI HOTEL^SbuSKKEEPLNO 
. ••■•le rooma. ai7 Yates Street. 
Sketton. 



AND 
Mrs 



T^^URNISHED AND VHPDRNISHED 
X housekeeping rooau; aaraae; large 
garden. Fhone 446a. 



JERSEY. .lUST FRESH ^ ALSO 
J^aey heifer, due in a few days 
Apply Oeo T Michell. Sidney Phone 77 

/ JPFEHING JUST PnE8HENBD,~wiLL- 
° Jeraey heifer, our oam faIMM 
eaeellent mUker. fii.«isi«-f Z? IBS' 
Blenklneop Rokd. iinmaa vsaa. 



l<'«OR BALB-fTPTY OR HtTNDRBD OOOD 

H.-tK']!!S*"L.t!"'* purohaser. A 

Hawthora, nibllc Market. PhOM MIMl. 



UUATS 



AT STUD — BAAMBN 
bncka 



IUeaar«Sb 



TOCO 
Laaaford. 



_ , Ptiono 

Belmont 44R or aoaS. 

"V^OW ENROUNO" MEMBERS FOR WMl 
-^^ 11 a >ear Include* free Danar anrf 
»eny prlvlleeea, BC Oolt B^TedS?*' 
AMociatlM. viatorla. B O. 



oap 



Doaa 



I^^URNISRBD H O O SB K E EPTNO ROOMS. 
■ a> month up 10J8 Hillside, 



VISITOR OR 

RE8IUEN r 

HOMEPtNDERS ARE HERB TO 
SBRVB YOU. If yea waal a 
ream, a flat, a house, funitshea 
or unfurnished, or If you want 
board or lodging, consult HOMS- 
PINUERS, THE SPECIALISTS. 
HOMEPINDERS has the cream of 
the listings and specialises in this 
No buyina or selliaa at 



busiac 



IN THE CFTPt OP 

VICTORIA 
Comfort Our 



ADDRESS: 

BAHX OP TORONTO BLOO. 
PHONE 2784 



HOOVER. OOOD AS NEW. WIIH ai 
tachments Phone 420 r olauiti 



lAKBS 



STOVES AND RANOKS. MA.N 
We repair and inataU eoUe. water 
fronta. porta. boUere. ese. tsattisli's Bisii 

vy«rt <»»'»»t P*inn« SMa 



■Kl.l ruRNISHEO ROOMS. ALL CON 
veniences. 441 Vancouver Stree>. 



y srh» nre 



POUNDS OP SCOTCH AND BUD- 
welaer malts 1 packet bops, a lbs 
Demerara lufar. 1 yeaat caka-aU for tl 

m 138*""* ^* 



9000 fOtm FOR SALB AP. 

-,\J\nj ply V H .lakeman. BI 



AWa. ALL KINOa. 
summed, stc Puuue W 
Avsnua 



s 

I llSff.!,!! 



PLLBD. 



asT 

1»«7 



SHORTHAND SCHOOL. lOU UOVEUN- > , .^h 

meni Street. Buatnaaa subJseta. uiar li 
o.,h tult.on. B. A. mSSLSS. prtiia^: ^ 



it TO KPiT—MllCBtLAWBOPB 

A LARGE STORE, SUITABLE FOR 
-» »■ stor:ige, low reiusi Apply 1731 Quadra 
Street 



Phone 374 



/lONCHETE AND CEMENT WORK. 

foundations, basements, jobblna Briar 

* Frver Phone 78:*4X3 — 

/ lOOD CARPF:>rrER AND PURNmntB 
^ • repairer wsnti ^tendv Job.' moderate 
— " Box S550, rolonm ■•'merase 



wages. 



f||a0li8ON-S PONBRAb 

im Qaatfra ataaal 
M MMt or Day 



MeOALL BROTHERS 
"The Floral Puneral 
JobBeaa aad Vanoaaver BU. 



• 4 



S. J. CURRY * SON 
Mertletans and Funeral Directors 
COIueioatlaHS personal direction has 
eaablfd as to give a service worthy of 

your 01 — 

Office and Chapel 
tso «Madra Street 



AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEBROta 

DIESEL ENGINEERING 

BOAT BUILDING AND DESIOVINO 
Are tausht In a practical and technical 
way at the 

^fsoo'^o'^"'^,,* "^OWTOTNO SCHOOL 
1398 Granville Phone Oougla* 10S5 

Vaiiroijvr, n I • 
Without a doubt the best equipped school 
on the continent Only qualified graduate 
engineers for Instructors, and a more com- 
plete course than any sahaal has ever 
fiven for a very low tiatSMfraia tend 
for free information " 

P'^NOINBERS TAUGHT FOR CERTIPI- 
cates. steam. Diesel WInterb.irn's 
School. Central BIdg 

MESSBNOER BOY WANTED. WITH BI^ 
eyela Apply Tartre-Pr— Btor» 



TP YOU WANT A CARPENTFH.~PHOHB 
^ secretary of local union. B17 

WODERNIZING. ALTErTtION.S, AnDI^ 
ilon^. xsrnges. septlcs Warnock 

" f'c|.iul:z 7:u 

IIE.MODKLINO BUNGALOWS, REPAlRaT 
estlniatesjree^. P^lrall. 8835 

I^EMODELINO KrrCHET^ INTERIORS A 
»»_specUiltr P D Wll.vm Phone 78S2RI 

"R^CTC AND CONCRETE WORK 
yES! WE WILL GIVE YOU A PRICE 
press brick or tile 

Pho^e aa»a " 



rpHB STANDARD SCHOOL OP BTENOO 
-"7. TYPEWRITING, on and 

after January 3nd. wiu occupy new 
in the Mt. Douala; Bliakf^Tt IM ott^a?; 

Junction. 

Pupils now being enrolled for Day and 

Night Clasaea 
Por appolntmeat talepbosM Behaalt Mil 
or iflaa Otekaoa. mm mahweaa Ambim 



IHK DUCK. MMOOriNO COM 

fartably rurnlaked shack witn nujie 
oo Ibe flats of Cowlchaa Bay. Garage 
Atply Poena Vlita Hotel. Cowlchaa Bar 



40 FOR SALE. MISCBLLANBOUB 



VICTORIA SCHOOL Or EXPRESSION 

Fubuc Speaking. Elocution. 
Singing, Plays 

aCRS. WlLl-'.<.L..j uKi>. 
1008 Cook Streri 



4U< 



FUEL 



MUi SACK COAL, 75c. DEUVERED 

J.\r\J ptione 137 or laa. 



40D 



MTRMTURE 



rill 



KE-I HIADINO 
etread your tires at about 
of (he ro<c of a new oDa Ouaraa- 
teed for 0.000 miies 

Modem Equiptrroi «nd Experloaaed 

Workmen 

OOOaLAS TIRR 

Fred Barrvtt 



Eatd. 1808 



Oldest Adv Agency In B C 



A LMOST NEW CHEST Of DRAWERS 

and dreeemt tofelei a 
M30 Burdett Ava. 



F T c L. 

Pnone sat 



24 



MUSIC 



A TTTlBU>-MANDOLIN. BANJO. OUI- 
•^■^ » C Academy Ph 2647 7l;(iiLa 



naanrvrae 



r-'XPERT PRUrrNO ROSE8 AND 

'"'''Vi.on'/mV'"'' P'»ntlns of 



ree 
tardens 



R^''.°' **ANl^OLIN, GUITAR AND ALL 

J-e strtnaed insirumenta tauabt by W a 
Ftowrisht. 1118 Bioad straok PluwaiMa 
Res phone 8635R1. H»Ut, I lai nm ' 
Saturday » to 1. * sw a p.m.. 



I IR J E WATSON. ELEMENTARY AND 

i lessons, piano, harmony 



K'/IT.. Toronto A B 

McQ'Hj lOOa Fort street Phone 1029 

OPENING FOR A LIMITED NUMBER OP 
PuplU for the pipe orsan. AdbIv to 
Paul lAiaaaUa. araanisi, c^ttSi ThSuIs. 



fftBQIIOUOHLY CO 

STEWARD 



Wir New Commercial and Social Club 
Membership ApprealaaUlr aoo. 



PRACTICAL TREE AND RO.SE PRON- 

* aaadsis planted Phone ngoe 



It UTUATIONs ^ 

RM.Aii. 



^OOir<IENB!lAL, EXPKlENr ri) 

1,''XPERIENCED BURROUGHS 

,,,''**»?5» ■••Wn* operator 
i-oMtion; froa naw, 

ontit 



PlInNE 



BOOK 
requires 
Apply Box aS16, Col- 



\ DAY OR WBbT 



426SR 



PHONE 



Pbaae MS 
Day ar MMI 



rLOWSBS 

tjAYonrs— wBDomo bodqobtb, zw- 
elans, ete. Phana 1034. loi 



7A 



FUNERAL DESlaNS 



BALLANTYftE BROS. LTD. 
Cut flawars aad Deslaas 
Its Fort Street Pbane ao4 

Oreenheusas; HarOi — a«r a Btiaat 

t MONUMENTAL WOMU 



Btste experiaaaa aai mtmrt eapaateC 
HafOtaaaas ra««lrad. 



Iraaa reply t« 

nOMR-Aftr. BBNPRBW OLOB. 
la OaaaSa ttfa atUMtaa. 
OBlsarF, Alta. 



I^TFWART MONUMENTAL W nmWf 

^ Take No 6 or 7 street car la awka! 

1401 May Bueet. Phone 4 817. * 

rCHBBAL IBBYICBi 

A SPECIAL DYEING BKRVKI OAR 
menu dyed black al short notice and 
returned with uUaasI dlSBOISlL PkMa HsS 

or 717 New MethaTtaoSrCs. tuTbma 

Cleaners 



W'ANTBD — BXPEIUBNCBD ORBBM- 
Jl'"'*^ !"5* portaar. with 14,000. 



capable of taktas fall elMraa. 

Colonist 



Bos aaaa. 



( kLD COUNTRY GENTLEWOMAN DE- 

^ ' sires position, tuiuon. Utht farm or 
?-oIonl,'J"""' " '^•»»- ««w' 

j^tenoorapher" DEsmir'FOBmoN 

11 one^'MTir'"""" r-ferences 

rpWO I>ADIES. RELIABtF. WOtTIJ> ocl 
cupy house or apartrrent during own- 
er « absence, or charge of small roio?lnS- 
' C^VonlTt"^""* So*. 



Z4A 



PIANO 



I »IANO LESSONS, 13 MONTHLY, BURN- 

* aide, Oorae. Victoria West. Popular 
music tausht. Bos ioes, CalonUt. 



P>OR BALX — 



oak dinlna suite, cheap. 



SUITS, 

Phone aoaaL. 



pOR 

a Bovery p'rint 



BALE ANTIQUE OAK SETTEE 
and Adam chair, several paintings and 

Phone 4I51Y 



WE SELL TO SATISFY 
British PurrUture Mart 748-747 Fort St. 
4eE — — — 



Ml'SICAL IN^TRUMEVTS 



TODAY .1 SPEr iAL 
I.F.SAOE PIANO 
/ jNLY sUshtiy used and In perfect con- 
^' dition. Baadeome mahoaany case 
Bench to mateh. rally suaranteed. Come 
la and see It. 

|t2S."') 

Terms 110 Monthly 
DAVIS A KINO, LIMITED 

Phone 



717 Port Street 



;ii 



A 'lOLIN. VERY OLD. BBAOTIPUL CAB& 

V two good bows, taa. tai Jebaaoa. 



4SP 



RADIO 



atB 



VIOUN 



ENOUSN PORTABLE RADIO - JUST 
• he sat (or in* huniina irip Also 
many bargains m nei rsdios Goucher's 
' • ' ^".A Yatei Street 



~ n»ii-'OTii Rs, 



T,^RNE8T SBUPLB. VIOLINIST AND 
' ■^ Uacher. Studio pbane a047; res. aiM. 



t4C 



■iNOfNO 



ADAM BOYD. BINOINO AND 
^ 1305 Yates ModeraU terms 
(JINOINO, VOICB CULliRE. 

Italian method. Phone Mjjor j 
Crompton for appointment 
Blanshard 



l/Xl-aJ<T RADIO ttr.RV.wE ALL TVPko 

'^.•^f'*- repaired 
"'.T''i'*'*'>*'' lerviee SUtlen: operate. 

• P Biddail nn Moas st PhonrTjgr 



PIANO 

Phone 

OLD 
A P 
Studio, 1707 



\'EW BLBOTRIO CONSOLE DE PXJREST 

liberal allowance on old radio or sramo- 
Ph >ne as psrl payment Fvff demohatra- 

l.on p,,, JS3». Colonist 



u 



DANCINO 



BALLROOM DANCWO 
THE LATEST STBPB 
■*»- White Phone 4460 



35:'>. 

yxr ASHING AND IRONTNO OOMB BY 
vv woman In her home, also men's and 
boys' wool MMks knitted Mr" |5 » 
Knowle.. r-olquita P.O. 

\X 'ANTED _ HOOSBWOMC. TOB8DAY 
Colonut' «>« »« MIO 



13ALLROOM DANCWO. A&BO PRtVATE 
^' and classes in artlstia daaeea Danca 
club lyaw orsanlalaa. PhooeaMSj. 



UADIO AERIALS PUT UP BY FXPETir 
$3 78; no delnvs 



"Advertlsins Is to buslBoaa 
as steam is to ■Motolaanr" 

WB GIVE TERMS 
FOR Rf.TAIl. MERCBAirrr 

AUVKR nSING 
(AMD OTHERS) 

—Where they 
desire to 
reach every 
heme In Victoria. 
Oak Bay. Bsquimalt. 
H M D 'S and 
Saanirh Peninaala« 
without havlna 
to pay the 
entire coat 
when placing 
their advertlalas 
la our hands. 
We write, plaa 
and complete 
all lesltlmate 
advertising 
through the 
presa or throuah 
the malls 

Multlgraphing aad 
Mimeographing. 

NEWTON 
ADVKR riSING 
AOENCY 

Mall and Newspaper Advertising. 
Multlgraph and Mimeograph Circular Let- 
ters and Postcards. Addraeslna. MalUnc 
MaU ASvartlaina ^laana«. PrtataS aad 

Bnlta I. 004 Port Btraat. Pbone isis 



OT FRANCIS HOTBU 854 YATES 
>^ „r suites. Phone 4484 

w 

phona aoasL. 

St rLATt AND APAMTMBNTt 

TO BENT 

AT MODBBAxiTKillirTMoittT^^^ 
niahsd aottaa. LaBap A»artaMa<a. Ml 

Montreal 



AIREDALE. POLICE AND PQINTflft 
irans Kennela. Prosnect Lake 



poiico doe., dam eooa bauad. 



Bin S 



e^t* Jntint^ far oW»linaSiar AaSs 
H. a. PIdcock. OampbeU RIvSnoT^^ 



OANARfEB 



/ 1 ENums ROLLBR canammT BIMdBRa 
V I and busle-noted asMM. 11M 



( --EIIAR PBNOB 
V ' BnrMdae Bead. 



6S 



AUTOMOBIUM 



;jTART THE NBW YEAH 



S 



iltiHT BY 



insUIUna Uie standard auto sisnal on 
'r. t*t sale at leadins garaaasT 



FOR SALE 



y rURMSHED THREE ROOM 

V ■(.ailment ttwo bedroomai. sleepliia 
pwehi elaaa la. Apaly IMI PaaSara Ave 
Pbane 4TMI.. 



A I'TO SPECIALS - A DURANT 4 

tiin "I?*'*'' »J.7* Chevrolet 

I2.S0 1930 Hupmoblle touring, in 
ahape. rebored. 1135 Big Six Studebakei. 
seven-passenser, 1135 Special B'x Stude- 
baser sedan, |350. new tires Reo speed 
wagon. 1300 Ask for "Mr Junkie •' One 
ff,'. "'..'"i. "i"*^ '••""•n wh^U and 
TrSJ-k'iitSaa.^"^-*^-"*"*^ laar-andi 

136 up. 



•aMU. 
fraai 



PACIFIC AOTO 
837 View Street 



BBLP-OONTAXMBD aOITa. waMFHa. 



Fhone 7aeiR. 



AT BELWn. APT« -BRIGHT OffE, TWJ 
er Ihree-roorn .iil!e« Phone 85840 

AFUKNifcHED APARIMIi.Sl ^tJhTT 
and Dedruuiu lo Ulgb Bcboei 

PI'one 470SL 



A T OCTOBER MANSIONS 
■'a- nlshed 



Phone 3383 



suite: vaeaat 



UJtFOR- 
Psbniary 1. 



CO . LTI ) 
Phone assi 



LATE CAhJ.ANU 
ach. |0,^.) liiji Ford, a beauty • » 
^f,*' i*® Hudson sport louring gla.. 
mobile. Winter top. |360, Four-door Eaaes 
sedan. tl75 llt29 CbevroUt tnnet—- aaVa 
Repatra a specialty. BBWtOSa Oanaa. ai) 
Government Street. " " '"""^ 



cos 



pARLTON APT8 . 711 PANDORA rU t 
' n'shel .ultes bousek'eplra rnomi 

i-sYN-DO-MYR - LARGEST AND ¥e8T 
^ furnished apartments In th- city (Sep 
• rate .ntranre 435 MIehiaan Di 



A BAROAINB-^RD. 1-TON WORM- 
I«J *'"ck. pneumatic tires, stake 
body and cab. Muncle e-speed transmis 
slon. aU In wonderful shape and with isso 
licence ready to go lo work. tIftO Solld- 
i.re *heeU and axle, etc, suitable for 
trailer, cheap Ruckstell axle for Ftard 
car, 135 Roadster delivery body for P^rd 
1 ruck bodies and cabs Everything In en- 
sines, from Ford to Cadillac 8, at real 
j H.d prices. New left rear fenders for 
l^orda at 18. Heaters and other barsains 



F'phone"M2PR'''"- '** "^NTH. I W.'^Vk' CriVS^SN ""^^ ^'^0% 

Phone 6828n | WHBOKINO. ttO-Ssa View St PbSoe IM? 

/ 1A8H POR YOUR CAlU-MO "delay" 

.. •^••""on. 618 oovemmeat Straet. Also 
tire and battery baraalaa 



P O R N I 8 H B D AMD 

- •"•'•»• ■'•Pisoa, turaaaa. saraaa 

Port Street 

t^-'ULLY MODERN, NEWLY MCORATED 
A two-room furnished suites: snrage 
MO per month, iBCludtna light and wster 
Maynard's Buaaalow Court, 765 Hillside 

Avenue. 

l^-^OUR-RpOM^UimnimSHED HEATED 
A Apt.: now vacant I81« Carrosnn Hi 

T AROE LrVINO-ROOM WIIH PIRE- 
*^ place, kitchenette, sleeping porch 
' Mwison Apartmenu, corner Hilda and 
<^ h' ler. Phone a77aR. 



F^Tn 



leLAtraHLOf TOURING. 
Bieahanleal order, ebeap for 
cash Phone aiaiL for demonstration. 



MODEL "A." >X- 
Owner laavtas elty. 



I K laaa poko ooopb, rock- 
xie. A-1, aaoo. phooe aiiOR. 



MARIlfB CmALET. OAK 
furnished residential 



BAY FULLY 
apartments. 

■team heat, electric refrigeration Near 
beach, car line and golf links Winter 
effectl-e Phone 3758 



41 WANTED— MISCBLLANBOUB 



A NTIQt;E8. OJX> GOLD. DIAMONDS 

Zr, t'" '"T;^'. ^A'"' s^'ct'r conflden- 
tlal Rose. 1013 Oovernment Street. 



A BSOLUTELY HIGHEST PRICES PAID 
'V for rags, bottles, tools, stoves, furni 
ure, or anything you wish lo dispose of 



tu.c, ur anyininf you wish to dispose of 
We call a nywhere, sny lime Phone 8186 

I. JOWITT, ssf PORT ^STREET 

. . ^ aaas and sells ladles' and aents' 
>'.'.■^-?>?« oauawi of 



M' 



SCOTT APARTMENTS 
Furnished and Unfurnlahed Suites. 

f ■'NPUHNIBHED SUITE AROYI E fXlURT 
« ^ Apply 4ia Linden Pi. one 2843L 



M flsATB AN'> M- V!. I 

WAN I Kl> 



55 



'ANTTD 



FURNISHED SUITE, TWO 

>nis. with bath: aaar the 

'oionlat. • 



I,-'ORD ROADSTER 
1 lellent condition 
Bos 3634 rolotilst. 

j.-^ort 8AI 
stell a 

p-'EDERAL 'niUOKB CAMDt6N~M"oTOR 
» Co. local distributors Corner View 
and Vancouver. Phone 4033 

T ATE aiODlir"o L O BB'o^ I H " GARB 

'•^ bouaM lot aa*. Tbea. PUaUay. Lt4 
Box »«•. '•wwr. ».i«. 



■OIJSBS TO BBNT 



rVBNISfIBB 



T T n U i< E PT'TTNISTIED OR ONPDR- 

I I n;.»:-rt fr,r rent or for Sale, aa easy 
terms Fred M Russell, l la PembertaaT 



all daaerlpttana. 
aia4 



paid. Phene 



demonstratlor 
radios ^Al 



Phone 
'she and 
Street 



35 Also free 
onsole modrl 



ACATTAG WASHING MACHINE. ELEC- 
trie, latest type. Box sids. coionUt 



/ ^DDY 8. 



lOSB FARRIMOTON. BALLROOM 
" «»«ncina CrysUl Garden Phone 3387 



PERSONALS 



A PERMAHXNT WAVE NOW WILL END 
iX. •• 



Preer's. Mone 1811 



tl^ANTED ^MART YOONO OROfiVHY 

!, f'T'^l luaiified to handle eaatooieri 
and telephone Apply Bn MM. Colonist 



ORTH 



INVESnoATD»0 — PBRMA- 
t positions, with pension, as 
postman, clerk, stenoerapher. In Oovern- 
ment aervlce Get ready for Spring ap- 
, iHiuiimenU. Free . InformaMon from the 
TfMit cSwwT*"^ Xihaal. la Mackle 



CHl!R( H NOlU 
ANWJCAM 



M.'ins «nd sermon. II 
Ml- (>e<n 



luaior 
O. S 



Holy 



' «« Chureh CMhedral Holy Com. 

« am, Sam. and after Mating, 
rmon. II am preacher! 
Fvenanns and aarmon. 7 80 
preacher. 'Rev Canon Nunna CMt 
J """day achool (Memorial 

Halli Benlnr '■lasses. S 45 a m 
claaeea II »m The Very Rev 
l^aalaloA. DD. l>ean and Reetor. 

IB Alkan'a, Belmont and Ryaa. 
oammaniaa, tarn. MaMaa. 11 a.m 
aar sehaal a M l^as. t^Saai^ f p l_ 

St Barnabaa-. rorner Coo* Street and 
Ca«1/Hii» Avenue Holy Eucharist, Sam 

H«ir r.K'.risi (suneN II a,m, Saaday 
' » »-«s- 

Sl^ohn a. Qaedra Street Sam, Holy 

KljI"l!!IJif!I. 1' ' ' **<>rnlne Prayer and 
■Rolv ^«mm^f,lon Sermon by the Recter 
"unday school and A Y P A 
7 so am, Evoasona; serman 

r ntsan reella| by ME O J 
P CJ.adwleA. M A. ' 



I 

I- 1 I 
Bern 
F. A 



end Technical 
Aaeai for 

deaee 
ted. 

«IM( 



yoiir 
season. |M 

A «« TOU PARTICULAR ABOUT HAV- 
.. correctly printed weddlas sta- 

tionary? Consult the Calaalat PrInthM 
Phone 107. 



^ovmopp school of dancing 

X*ary style of dance art. VU Oaort- 
nay ilsaat <Oran«e Hail>. PhoneOMIL 



28 



DBBSBMAKtNG 



CHOKERS. PTTRS. FfEMODBLBD: MOD- 
_ erate charge Phone 4168. 

pHJLDREN-S SEWING. DREBSMAKINoi 
2_ chslr covers 1319 Cook 74aOY 



«»7 PORT BTREET- WE BUY 
i«ss fansltara. ablaa. iSlvar, old 

|>ADio tAi. on-HTtube srra, j p 'one^^'^li" Oa^ »«•- 

A-V sa.M: a-tube sete. S4,7S: a-tobe seta. ^ ^ 

10.79; 4-tube sets. tl7 M; 8-tube ^.i^ ' T »"'3NE 4»I-WB BUT GOOD DISCARD: 
ata.aO: electric seta, table model, tss ron- *. clothing, household linen, chin"* 

SMO models. 1138 We have Phllco. Stewart- Jewelry Best prices p.id We 

Warner. Westlnehouse. 38 Radiola. 44 Co , 735 Port Street 

screen rrld ••(! msry others, all the 
laiest eleclr). \. ory Cycle Works 881 
Johnson Street, ph .ne 735 Opposite' Red 
Cross Workshop 



USED ONE 
lowboy; 

Tioax. 



MONTH -SCRBEN 
IIOT.M. 



OBID 
t%ane 



PRICKS 
atovea. fur 



I>HONE WE PAY 

* for bouies. rass, tools. .„.. 

nitare. ar aMthlas elsa pmi wish to diapoae 
o f. We call any where, eny time Try us 

J^AOB. BOTTLTS 



STOVES. 



VXVBBTINOHOUSE RADIO R ELIMINA- 
vv tor, trickle charser. No. 100 speaker 
and cshinet. complete, aaap. Kalavarlns 
(18 Port Street 



5078L 



J IT N K 
Phone 



nNFI'RWIBIIED 

IMMEDIATE POSSKSBION 
1887 AROYLE -5 rooms. 3 bedrooms: 



a bed- 



36 SO 



5 rooms, a bed- 



rooms full cgmcnt 

818 KINGS RD-a raomsTfl 

rooms vscani mm 

4e« GRAFTON f^T ■ ---- ' "- • " 

rooms t a rare 
858 VANrcvvKR .IT S-IO 

8-6 bedr »c:r;'. varsnl 

Pr.MMKRTDN * SON 
635 Fort Hlrert pf,„„, „, 

ALEXANDRA 8 RO<jH«. « mrj, 



rooma. 



ao 00 

ao 00 



1365 



iTtrHBN TOD Btnr a obbd cab pbom 
rr A w CAR-nM. vro.. ys« sat tkat 
real vs|lue you are MUbS fSr. TBSt'O Whf 

we sell so many. 

Investtaate These Valaeo nSay: 

1»36 CHEVROLET COACH 

1039 ORBATXR HUDSON fV>UPB 

1838 ESSEX DE LUXE SUPER-SIX SEDAN 

1926 ESSEX COACH mmuitn 

1927 ESSEX SUPER SIX COACH 
1926 FORD FORDOR SBDAJf 

1934 FORD OOUPB ■* 

1928 STAR SEDAN 
AND MANY OTHERS 

A W CARTER. LTD 
The Greeter Hudson— Essex the challenger 
•ai Yatea Street Phone SSO 



OONSniBR THE SAYING 

M YOU BUY 

A BEGO •CERTIFIBir' 
CAR NOW 

"Y'O'' •ave en a lleenre for yaar 
^^.Wesent car You probably aava 
auyina new nre. * new battery an 
anslne i,»erl,acil There s no better 
t ine to buy a new rar, and there's no 
betier value ir. tne used car market 
than a Begg • CERTIFIBD" ear 
1938 r HEVHOLVr 
COACH 



rooms 



179 00 



experts 



Department 



I\0 NOX OVERLO^JK YOUR WEDDING 

-ni^'"*','"'"..''" minute You 

WUI be plea*ed with our work aad our 
prices ere reasonable — ' - ■ - 



Printing Department 



^Tbe .Oalsaiai Jab 

phone lit. 



1 klBT, M ABBAO a . PRTBICAL Ctn,TOItB" 
^ O Epanae Mstthewa. an jonek Bide 

PCZEMA, ITCH. PIMPLE«. Pfi .RiAsis 
Jt,i ^'.•' "«'e»r»ted less Try Georse Lee's 
menr^sVrUt " 



_ MARCEL. »0C MRS RAlxZ 
4M Boleaklne Road Phone 



jl^W ANTEp — FEMALK Hi . i 

JI^NROLL MOW - YICTORIA "haIR. 
SIS. lerma lit Wealworth Build n« 

■OOBBWORK. 
~i Btaat sleep 

/inu, WANTED FOR HOOBBWORK m 

r° 'f*"^ »^ULTRT FARMING 
f«,..K). thousand birda rom 

tertable home ouif laland 
exchanaed wn. »..i- ""^ 
1817. Colonist 



GntL FOR G 
one living near 
home Phone 9388 



l.-^NGLISH COUNTRYSIDE TEAS. WITH 
... O'^yn^hlre cream, al RamaUrley Leke- 
alde_ Coay flretlde tearoom at Elk Lake 

]/XPERT MARCEL MRS FRANKLINO. 
' ^ Iste of Meiita HsirdreeelM Paetea. 
I'ouslas Slreet rmm^m. 
iMtjgia* aireet 



LOST AND FOUND 



I.,'«OUm>-m CRYSTAL GARDEN, GOLD 

A- weddlns rins. Initials enaraved laaide 
Owner sppiy to Bos tasi, OotoaisT 



J^OST -- OBNT B 



BLACK 

fountain pen. Please 
Johnson, phone ai74R. 



AND 
return 



ta A. 



LOBT-TOBBDAY AFTERNOON, LADY'S 
^^alue purse, conuinirs ~ 
breach Woul.l be grateful If 
return to Bo» i»4s colonist 



r\r« COLLECT. DBLITBR AND^Srarob 
IZ-IT^K??.'**" '"I tn* loan of 

RiU s, tn Pandora, phona 

40K Birrri E« anb jBOTORrYri^Es^ 

BictcleIbalb how on bo y s mas 
say Mapsla. ilT OO: boy s Perfect bi- 
T.**' •«» Vr*^ Wk's. ages 7 to 10. 113 80; 
girls bIcTclea. axes 7 to 10. 113 80 six 
borr Enslsh bicycles. 118 78; boys sport 
mode CCM, 137 80. six boyr doublebar 
b cycles, almost new. taa 80. three sirls' 
bicycles. 818; bay s raolas bicycto. 837 80, 
twelve only, new COM, and Enallsh bi- 
cycles. 8M each. Vietary Cycle Works, 
8SI Johnson Street, phone 738. oppoalu 
I Red Cross Workshop Free- A present 
given witn each bicycle We aieo have 
some C C M. Ulcyclaa. scooUrs and Kiddy 



VICTORIA JUVK 
• 316 Wharf St 



AGENCY OO, 
Phone laM 



Larsesi buyers of meials. sacks, iron. raas. 
bottles, pipe. BMchinery. tooU and furni- 
ture Phtme calls promptly attended to 



440 Moss. 7 rooma, 3 bedroomi.. ssraee 40 oo 
aasi Quadra, • rooma. 8 bad. aaraae eaas 
1433 rsmwoad, !• raams. rSi^SaSS! 

raraee j,,,-. 

1019 Bank. 7 rooma. 4 bedrooma 37 80 

HEI8TEHMAN, FORMAN A COMPANY 
Ph<ma 88 

1^X>R RENT NEAR SIDNEY FYJUR- 
A room modem bungalow tarase |3o 

per month Co'-ner Fast f!-i.,rH. 1 Highway 

and Breeds ■ i | > ,. , i ir.s 

RENT ^.K.k.^ ROOMKr> HOUSE 
Bay 'mo '-'^ - 



anywhere 

^ y ANTETV flET OF FRrN( H L.A,VOUAGE | slV» •",„^''£!.'..i!?^ V MTMeTTiBs'Vf 

■ Is Pl.o le 5:»2BI. ' 

.lED TO HIRE FOR SHORT TIME. """^ 

r r two sbawcases. about 3 ft. by 3 ft 

■l i'AWTBr%-«K!OND-HAWD FURNrrURs! 
»v antiques, sporting goods, ete Calls 
promptly attended to 714 Port Phoae 0141 



LOST NEAR IiEXP COVE, hMOn 
purse Reward PhaSM IHtL. 

LOST- ONE BROWN 
laa ta sel 



II now operaMas al tMi 

Phore 3300 



l^-'OR YOUR NEXT DANCE OR PABTT— 

arebestra 

•nonunion) Phone 034 

IF YOUR WArcH rxiER 
aatlsfs I ' ■ r- , 



Bench 



Nrrr orvy 

It to ih» •Welch 
»•'» ■ 'iT ns II. riean'ns. t 
• ilassea 80e 1320 T\r .»^, 



T OST— LADY-n OliOYB. *>T^MWBW 30 
1^ cvenltig. between Fnat Bay Read and 
Osk Bay Junction Phone 777eR 



L08T — HB 
aiM vai 



YEAR 8 

.tah. silver, 
Howard. 



DAY. 



GENT- 8 

airap 



OST 
ry 



l-i a 

r70L 



AT CRYSTAL GARDEN, JANU- 
a. silver wriet watch Reward 



T '>.>rr - 

' ' ealher 



a nil 



YEARS EVE. FAWN 
iisndhss, containing sum of 
letters, etc Finder phone 
James Hotel Reward 



••da Com 

exchaneed wni " "■fuir;;;;MJ5L*'*'So*; 



n«i— las ^"^^ ■aaaaasssat. Bos 



PT1R 

Box aooa. 



MAI smf: OLIVIA. ri.ATn 
front suite. 



738 S Fort Hi 



k'l ■VANTI. 
one ms 



\IENZIB8 NURSING * CONVALESCENT 
1 ' Home ISO Menal es ». Ph oae 4SM 
^fARCEL AND RAtROtTr IH^TOOB 

'■■ome e,p,r„n-ed operator 4MIR' 



I OBT— RED OOCK BH SPAKIBL RE- 
■k^ t«B W BolBae Btreet Phone 8014 



T>ARTT mr TAKZNO HEW BLACK 
• felt hat at C of C midnlcht dance 
'o office and avoid trrxibl* 



4«t. RTOYRq A1VD BANOBS 

\ N ANNUAL GIVE AWAY-^NOT A BALE 

i *>• 

Mo 13 nickeled Oak, 14 .so one No 3 e»at 
Globe. 14 38. one No 3 n\r,hi. four d,«irv 
mica. t8 75. one small cast (il.)be. 83 so 
Beat new heavy pipe. 3 lensths. 35c. oath 

f>»»i«'» "oW ^V'J'S^ the cheapeat 
in Victoria X-le.|f.T Blove 
Fort Street. 



%VB CALL AND COLLECT 
rv paper Phone 73411* III M 



WASTE 



Oat 

1 m Bgaaaer. 
nlldint. Mono 111. 

rpo RENT - nnm-ROOMK) MODERN 

ale ^"!aU 'iSlSSS •nd 
«•'•_•»•:••. Jaahidina waur phone nsiu 

TJNPURNISHED MODERN nv7 
roomed hontalow and six roomed bun- 
eslo. to rent Oak Bay. at MO each 
GILLESPIE. BAar * OO . LTD 

Phone 3840 



«725 

^{75 

, I in 

$400 

OPEN BVKNTNOS 
BBOO MOTOit OO. LTD. 
Tataa at Ouedaa BIreet 
AatlMrtaai Doalan far qadtaaa. 
La Bella. Ma^aaS 



1938 NASH 

SEDAN .... 
1936 NASH 

SEDAN 

1938 ESSEX 

SEDAN : 

in7 CHRYSLER 

SEDAN 

1928 MOON 

CO A I H 
193'. Hi ! iM< 

COACH 

TODOII ; 



SI I Port Street 



■OOM AffD BOASD 



y^BEROEKTS 



Houae. 1038 



SALE. CHEAP- NEW BLBCTRK 
DSa. Moffat ceet 1120 Phone »3S7V 



MARCBU lOOi HAXBOIIT «naM I VV ""^ '•ER80N WHO TOOK COAT BY 

saa iMMk mSSm^ " 1*. aaatake from p«aia oaa Oefe. Wed- 

i •arnun, kus^Maaa MBTU 



l.,^AULTLBBB^ MA fT jr^ BLB IUH04 gg. 
X hole, brass sail; also baadaesM teB 
heaUr jnione 440«. " ~" 

A r ON ARCH HAil68.~WrTH wsr»Ml»:,'i 

closet and brass cr. . 
Carters Stove Store, 033 Fort fr.. 
Phone Jl«1 

IJANOE CASTINOa FOB AXjT'm A K , 
of rangea BO Basaarare. 7IS Port t 

II ANGER 12 PER WPFK PHONE legs 

T15 Pandora Avenue Scjie aganu foi 

'^nSlay RMcea. MaCUry rapalra 



HOTEL. ttl M.-CLOai 
Trenaleal and residential eeatrai 
"inr.lne water le -o*im. Pb«n» ISIOO 

I>r>ARnrR TAKEN AS ONE ~OP 'THi 
1> 's i tiv reflned home Fhone 8MIRI. 

f COMFORTABLE COUNTRY HOU« ONE 
or t«a Winter yaosts received Speelal 
attention in diet If reaiilred; sood coak- 
ina^ warm haaae. Sra. Brnwa Duke, 



/^OMPORTABLB 
' tlonal: prlv 



Phope 900TL 



privala tasaOy: 



I aOAIID 



D'RBAN 
hiiiiga.'ow 



"T ->zx-aooM 



MSM 
IMM 

ALFRED CARMICHAKL * OO.. LTD 

8800 



I.12S STANLEY AVE -Six romng. 



laia 



6 -ROOM MODERN. 
canSiUaa, t2« so 



i^WL Bay, GOOD 
ns«^. a K.i . , "pieodld home. Ivy 

RS'rV? "^"P' ''10 HoM-yea, * oordon. 
313 Union Bldg 



OP 

In 



• ' month 



/SOOD ROME. RBABONABIA tM 

si Ssnk Street Ptiene 34MT Aa l Bae 
car 



I>ALL MALL ROTBL-MODBRN B 
home cooking Phosw I 



MODERN MT. TOI.MIE 
nark Pealiy stg Yates 

g-ROOOCED RP.8IDEN<-T 



8M 



viav. raat 136 



Pi. 



WONDERFUL 

"74/11,1 



n WANTED TO 



HOUSES 



S7A 



Ft RMamrn 



OMAU. CIURMDOO aOTBL. 
0 — IL an ISrfEwsa mm 

vwioe 



Nt 

Mies 



^yANTEIV THRW OR POOft-BOOtttD 
PI one* 41 MR 4MM la. 



aed Mtr*>t PtxsRp 



tSe 



ROOMS TO 



PVBmai 



WAN TED TO RENT -MBAU. R^MJS. 
7 « ferniahed or unfurnlaheC rM IdCfav 
eat, modem, saltabis for - - 
law roat Baa asM. 



87B 



l^wprBNiesryi 



prnf-HOOSflB BUNOALOW. MonB£ 

£/"."wSg'U''i/'*^..!?}y»^J^ 



JAMBBON MOTO—, tTD. 

JAMBBOR-S OBBD CABS AKB PBOPBRtT 
DIRPLATBD POR TOOK I HB P BL » IOH 

\'ou would like to bay a ear far yaar 
* family and yet are holdina eff beeaase 
you ere a little ahy af a need ear Doe* 
It help you lo know that our uaed car* 
are all reconditioned In our own malnter 
anee department and that we are ao surr 
af our muallty that we will lat you drive 
the ear you purehaaa lor five ^yg and 
then If not strictly aetlsfled retuni it and 
we will allow you the full prtee aa aay 
ether car in our stockT wisy Ral amae 
aat. or a phono call arfll Mas a aMfa 
yaor door - 
740 BROUOHTOM BT PRONE 3340 

OUR SPECIAL FOR THB wfm in » 
1937 HtJDn<:>N BROOOSAK' 
price I. |9-,r. Spootal Mr ^. . 
this week at . . i I > 

193« STTir>rRAKBR nbib- 

fully suaranteed ( I . 

IMS rHrVRf>LrT I.AITDA 

e aniari little car •»■*<.•>• 

for 

JAMBBON MOTORS. LTD. 
740 BROUGItTON ST. OI 



1Q*>i. »0«nOB FORD SEDAN 
•'A.'* ihoroaahly overhauled - 
palRtoS. has RiirkeUU 

Maar sue. of r 

la • CStfUtroas snap 



1250 



AUBURN MOToaa LTD 
ra. near Ti 



1-TON COMMERCE TRtJCK, IN f v . 
■■-.••••M, Wbai offers? »«» mi7, 



ernlet. 



OOOPB THIS CAB R 



THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTOIUA, B.C SAiLKU\\ 




Readers-:- House 



At rUMUBlLIUi 



1M*; run onljr I.MO mll»'« 
|]^0 LK3WN OLDSMOBIUt < < 
Mdan. • tmr* map. witit nrw 



■I .1 rr 



$8yr» 

IM DOWIf— «TUL>BBAKSIt ll«bt i 
§0or ■*<1an. v\ih new |^33o 

MASTJJtS MOTOR CO.. LTD 

m 



TOOATS 



«900 

tffN 

I roirr nr.i.i 

9m 



1B23 

CSH«Vnf^l.ET Trit'RWa 



WATIOKAt. MOrOd OO.. .VID. 
•It TatM MTMt 

THE HOMK OP rORD 

Op«B SVMlMt PIMM MM 



6& ALTOJMK|BlLit» 



~' : \, \:y ; is'.n •< ■• U h At •■ •. 



n Bl'RINKSs niRf;( TORY 



Exchange 



U«ao«a*PBn«o 



L 



1*7^ rHWVI 

llli b 1 AK 

XOURIMO •••••■••••••«••••* 

IMS PORO 

MDAI* 

:tn PONTiAO 



«M ft 



.1150 

^« .>() 

$800 



AfillNO UTHOORAFHIWO. I 
ir a at'ja cmtKMklna Nolhlni too i 
Isilt kiid iioltiliu loo (inall. Tour •tatlon 

•rr la Mur adTancc •■•nt Our work u 
iiRj W Ml ad w«M of Toraoto. Tha CaioaUl 1 
MatlM PiiblUhtnc Co.. Ltd. 



OR<.AM/ATH»N^ 



|>H1TA.NN1A BHA:<ru. I 
■I' Laclon. BCSL, ■•a«nU 
TiMtday every month. 

/ CLUB'S _in 



I' A N A IJ 1 A N 

llrsc 



p m . Amy and Mavy 



I'l ltLIC It It.NUUIlAriU,B 



TM Hon OP 

HUPM(iniI,E HT'OOEHTS 

' • Nrw Y-ir With One of Our 
' M.Klrl UiiilUr U.\r<l C«rj 



■-A.SI! ( AUIUOI.iri . 
biokrfi i.'i 



Juit nlcelr 



•f «llae^^ aaHiuU 

oomouiunp motpm (vioroMiA). 

LncTTBD 



I <»'^>i HUPP ctNTUHY 8IX. Thousand* 
Xt^««0 af aiuaa af « 
to thM aaa. 



i.MHBL amcoini^ 

Bulldtnc. Doutit* 
AuUiors' niai)uvr!pt. 
Btrtctly conftdrntiati 



Ml OAMPBBLL 



\\»HY BEND YOUR PRIMTINO OROCM 
' Ban. when jou can aat tham done 
ttar. aulckir. and at tha lama prlca at 
la Oala«iat Prlottne Oapartmantf 



To Out-of-Town 

Subscribers 



:s Koit 

tlaued) 



Out-of-town .sul><(i rih<-i who 
wiih to aiMt^n - i tismif-nt^ 

in Whii h : !r|, ,nr 

mim(>rr <,t the , , i ^ , ^iwru 
"'ay mail ihpir trplLs to Tlic 
( ■>l«'ni»t. and The CoJoniat will 
comrrninlaiu neh nptin to the 
advertucr. 



■OMOALOW 



TAtLOU 

CORRECT PIT AN:> M Y1 E IIANKIN. 
the Tailor, ma Uovernmaot fltreat. 

WOOD 



^ B8OL0TBLT DRT 



OLKNEAOLC8 

dryland flr wood, cuaranuad never 
bean in waur. M per cord Praeh waUr 
wood. H.ftO cord. MeCarter eadar wood. 
ta.M card. Phoaa MM. niaht 307t. 



Ml Tataa »Ur,t 



<'>r>'n Evenlngn 



•MMM MO 



OUR ■raOIAL BALB IB 8TILX ON 
THE VALUES ARB VERY UNUISUAL. 
AND THOflE WHO ARE TAKING AI) 
VANTAOE OK THE OPPoRrUNIIY 
ARE SURELY OETTINO WONDKRPUL 
BAROAINR BKSmEH lllE MttlJlLM 
AMD LAJIOER SIZE CAH;' WK HAVE 
A ran ASSOKTME.-. I ' P TKB 
SMALLER TYPES 

.HANDLER MBTROPOLITAII 

»•' — '» HELiAN. A jpefially ntted car 
In wonderful condition ii; rttry iesp«<i 
Coat about 13.400. and haa been u-<-<i ■.-■t 
moderately. L«ok II 
aurely be Impraaaad St tta 
''■iTi'rkRf. valua 



1<k*y7 EBSKX BEDAN. 

in 

](]<■> t f HEVROLBX" 
I « '— I amxl 



PRIVATELY 
owned and well kept, naw battary 
and llcrnre. ttli caah Boa 35>7. Cotonlat. 

Tbuiinio7~ IM 

^ - ^ runnina oHari alMAp for 
■mh Phona M*7L 



TIBST DRY OOROWOob. tmr MILL 
i * wood. l-W. VmA aaA aaal at reason- 
able price s. WWM miP. A. Vo wlaa. 



I < ( • ) ^- I- H8BX 8BDAN. A faur-door. with 
I • _ I very complete a<tulpmont. mriud- 
inc 130 tnitik All In 4t<'~n 

baauuful conditlan #Ut>U 

1 Q9J. OVIRLAIfD BBDAN. An unusually 
■i-i'^d^ eomrorUbla riding litUa ear. la 
■ reat rendition. A snap flkOOK 
"ll ruhl ..^fX(S& 

I *i'>ti TUDOR. • ThM CM aaaas 

1 </wU to ride partlOMlHtiP wmA. Aay- 

■> '•• I' !« all In fine 

I'r'J. --ORD TOORWa. In real sood 
it'M-i: coudltloa. WUh ■naUaaliy n«w 
tires and toad o-f 4);- 

(Idr-rurtalna ,.v>l».f) 

/1RAY-DORT TOOIUMO. llHna lood 
' MifhtT rheap d*." 

ruporlatlon . Hf>f)t) 

< iRAY TOURI.NO Better than 
' ' the price iruliratr^ 

\f CLAUGHLIN-BUICK TOUHINO. A real 
^ Mr M • iMlaulavaly low ^X25 

OP 



«f>B WANTED 

•L^bRIJ ROADHTER, OOOD MECHANirAL 
A condition. Uif inwlrl Hione 4383L. 

T'SEU CARS BOUOHT AND EX- 
■■■«<•• M * ■ . ■ ■!■■'. • 1 ,i 



mi 

C^IOOPBRiAOB FUEL WOOD. PRONB JlTl 

" ' - Block wood, per load. 13 JO per cord. 
M.78 Stovr wood, per load. 13 30. per 
cord, tin Kindling, per load, 33 00. per 
eerd. 34 00 Heavy bark, far iaili. U.M; 
per cord. 35 00 Phona MMi BfMr 1 p.m. 
All «-ood la Inalde flr. 



s 



^IIAWNIOAN LAKB FIX. 

lengths, half cord, 13 50. one cord. 



BTOVB 



^* uoLhJi;s ton sm.l 
(OM t to n ad) 



BEal llUjlUEW UAL LOCALITY 

CJIZ-IIOOM BTTJOOO BUNQALOW ot ea- 
rrptlonalli - ..'ki. end pleaa- 

"in appeaim.. .i., agh ground, 

near car line and beacli. We cannot loo 
strpnsly raeoaiMMI tttU propMtv. whteh 
Is In spotless order anda very bright and 
chearful houaa, compruinr Hnimi.. ' ill. 

tOOd-SlSad Uvlht-r'H.n. »l<li . . r. 

dining-room, tnodrni mtrhcn r t h.. »iid 
breakfan nook. TMKEE BEURo< >MH and 
balJuoom Oinent basement, luiuait und 
laundry tuba. Oood taraca and WELL 
KEPT aARDB3l. Will b«. sold OB reason- 
able terms, and aaaaidartnc construction, 
design and environment. CANNOT BE 
SQUALLED. Sacrlflced for 4tri»>*^n 
ininirdiatr sale, on terms, at .. ^tHJ^tJU 

si->->~ ji PIVB-IIOOM MOOBRN BITM- 
— C1AI/-)W containing living- 

room with nrepiair. bright dliilng-room, 
kitchen, two bedrooms and full basement. 
ivagUHa^ M Uuw a*r raiiMa and la a 



An at'rai-tlve bungalow of nve 
'IX, int. ami inodrtii. In flrst-clata 

condiilou and can be oocuplad at 
once It la nicely aituatai on a 
paved and beularardad straat. AU 
local teproyamants paid for. Cloaa 
ta car Una and few minuUs' walk 
irom oaa of our bast beachei Small 
rent ^PrSM** MM Ihr 1,. „ • uke 
•^r ^^liiOOO 



Mtm ot 



■OU8E8 FOB lALB 




.S I ( ) I 1 . 



WB WMTB AU* 



VOW' 



K>UL BAY watorfrwstace on Msrna 
•treri. apprastoiaialy ti x yo x «5 

J'reV'''*-^.* $300 



ITP1.ANI1W 

A LMOflT .NEW nix l!i")M 8ir(x-<> 
BUNOAlA iV of aurac'.lve drslgn and 
convrniFiit plan Large brtaht llvlns-room 
wllh ok^en fireplace, dinins -room . kitchen 
*jyM tor electric range, den wllh open 
{•'M'laaa! t»0 bedroom.^ balhroonn. slerp- 
''••"ParoB: hot-water hrKtini hardwood 
floors In main room* 0«r*.c « : 
rooms could easily be .11,1 

SSSi, "?.^* ' ' $iO.4>00 

> AliiKlKLt) 

P^IOHT-ROOM aouac in the beat part 
f-^ ot this popular dUtrlct. rontsinlaa 
four bodrooaBa, sunroom and usual llvlna- 
r<x»a. All kinds of bullt-ln faaturas 
Hardvood floora. Pumaoa. Oaa tnaUUad. 

mSbT - ■ 



TlVf PrRC-HA8ERa OUR OPTERINOS 
^1 JiMI NORTH Ut'ADRA DI8TR10T - 

VX-±VU woarly haU-aara and fa«r- 



Uoadry 



96850 



M?tU;**Rel5? 

for 



waal, 



l« . 



piANSIT ROAD, cloaa to Cantral 

-."•»• $350 



far 



BRETT A KKR. LTD. 

Raal laUMt lniii.r»i»r sad VtaaaMal 

Aaeni* 

im oswrRBum M. rbMM in 




$3250 



t4 75: two cords, IB Kindling. 13 half rord 
Perffctly dry stove lanxtha and 3-fl 

Irimths. ti ttl cord. " 
ronl Wn have 
wood Phoiii" 163 



Maaiu. s« 
far this 



u 



P - ISLAND MILLWOOD — RODOI 
Wood C o Phone 3044, nigbl 



PLA8TBBINO 



T AVLMK. rhuenum — orniiATBs 

given on plala OT onMaMBMl 
Int. renirnt »ork. rapatftOC OM. 
83*0. 23»» Beach Drive. 



* soil 



u. A. DAva. uaarm 

MatoasMUi-BiiM aad MarasMM Oara 

O.M.O. Trucks 



M Tataa Strert 8S1 Jo 

Phooa MOO 



•traei 



TODAY'S BBBT BUT 
SAVE tittllttit — 8AVB 

CI IMI EY 

CHRYSLER "M" BEDAN. LATE MODEL 
■omsbody'g loaa lg your gs.n A bia 
depractatlon was suffered t>r previous 
owner In a))«olutely nrw car ron Htion 
Da luxr egulpment Inrludr* tlx wire 
whee'.a. trunk rack, at«. Mechanically 
perfect, very good tliaa. arlglnal prlca 
ever 3,000, reduced (or quick sale 
Teday'a boat buy 



$1485 



OTHER OOOD BUYS 

PLl.Ml KY 

CHEVROLET LANDAU SEDAN, 1»3« 
La* ill aa t a. flsa orlalnal flnlsh, rery 
■aod tiraa and a motor that has been 

completely overhsulr,| a nice ricmnrn- 
leal email family 1 »r Ihat h*i lif^^ll 
rfrelved the best of care nT < • )U 

ri IMl EY 

p<;hu i»3s model ■ a" touring 
a.50O mile* Is all that thla ear haa loaa. 
In exceptionally flna ninnlat eondltlao, 
eloae-flttina side curtalnn. motor 



>ait 



AN OPPORTUHTnr »OR 0000 PLDMB- 
«r aad raawtr man. I bava to saU 
my aid aatablishad plumblaa and ra»i 
bualaaaa an aecouat M fliMSttIk Tt 

good aonnection* i * " ' 

Aaaaua. pbona 47oaXt. 



( RB TOU LOOmNO FOR A BUSINB887 
We can supply your naad. Bla or 

1, of evary daaertwtlaa. Our aiMrt- 

aaaa auallflaa ua to hahi tou. 

OOODLAKE. WBU* SUTHBRLAND, 

Loirm. 

Ill Fambarton Bids. Pbaoa SIM 



TpOR SALE. OR LEASE OP. A VBRT 
1 hlgh-cIsM confectionery, tobaeco and 
grocery store. Living auartars on ground 
floor Situated at the Junction of two car 
lines. Close to High School in a growing 
raaldantlal district. Owner u dispoiing of 
tkia bwal n ass because of 111 health. 

T. B, MONK M 00. 
MM 11. tit Tlaw atraat 



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rem mwTAi 

C1TUDENT8 may rent typewriter* from 
u» al thue ipecial ratea. One montn 
M; four months, tlO. PREB INSTRUCTION 
BOOKS, inaraaaa yaw aOlelaaef by tak- 
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100» Broad Straat Fbona MSS 

72 FROFES SIGNAL DIBECTORY 



POOT i» MANZER 
Barrlgtara. Solicitors. Notaries, Etc 
Members of Manitoba. Alberta and British 

Columbia Bar* Phona SIS. 
Bank of Woya Scotia Bldg.. Vtetorta. B.O. 



'L^IVB-ROOM BUNOAf.OW. WITH HALF 
J- ACRE GARDEN apiilrs, pears. |.e«, hes. 
cnerrle*. aprlrota. small fruit* and poultry 
run House ha* three-piece bathroom, open 
Are, full baaement. and housa and ground* 
are naat and attracUaa. 
Frlaa , 




b«au VIVUllUA 

$3150 



MOBBIT 8. DAT * 8011, LtD. 
1U4 Broad 8UaM 



JAMBS BAT BAITGATN 

Fgood. high location, near seafronl; 
view of (tralta and mountains; sis 
room*, cement basement, furnsce, fire- 
place Substantially built house Nice lot 
In lawn, shrubs and tree* 
If you have been waiting for a snap in 
Ua Mo afi. dasirahjr loratioa. tbia ta your 

$:ir)(Ki 

Terms arranged 
ROTAC BBALTT OQUrAItT 
IN Fambarton Bids. TdaFbooa MM 

Flra and AaM 



T-cr~, **^OHT8. Robert Street. 
iMxlN, faclna south. MOTft 
'or 90 to 

DAVIB «r.. aaar artcktan. 
Ma lit. for 

OoniOT OraBBMN atM at 
•aeoUaat tot. 13 a IM. sti 1 Li i 

far OUinJ 

WBWPORT AVENUE, facing ,nlf 
links, a beautiful lot. ao x \n<, 1 , 
Is one of the boat buys lOf 1 nuv 
to Oak Bay. Frtaa <|^14:UU 



B.C. LAND 4e INVBBTMBMT ApiKCY. 



•IM 



F JAMES BAT 
IRST ( I.ASfl REUIUENOI. aooUlning 
richt rooms, four gaad kadrooma. 
and aaaa araplaoafc hot-air fur- 
rment baaattat; aaraaai nice gar- 
den ingh locatloa. aaaaMaat nalcbborhood. 
coti^v^enlent to city |5000 

. BBAUTIFUL SEA VIEWS 

A PTNB BIGHT-ROOM HOU8B — Pour 
»^ large bedrooms with closets and llra- 
plareN two toilets, one downstairs: hand- 
some hall and stairway; cement baaaniant. 
hot-air faraaca. BxceUant ^fcPl/IAn 

aaithbortiaod. Frica ^pOWUU 

OAK BAT 

T^-^IVE ROOM BUNGALOW to Bouth Oak 
Bay, half block from street car. con- 
taining stttlng-room. dining-room with 
open fireplace, kitchen, two bedrooms and 
bathroom Polished flr Oaara to livint- 
room* and antraaaa ball. Sat- VQ^MWl 
air furnaea. Mea (oit taima) . . #0— W 



bunaalow. with all larae 

•: bath, etc Thi* should 

aapaal to anron* «it:iilna a 
Bica llttla cou.itry noma. It 
Is surrounded by arand old 
oaks Taies about 313 Own- 
er will conaldar aaab allar. 

NORTH QUADRA DIBTStlCT — 
Here I* a rosv Utile four- 
room cottage sianrting on a 
laraa lot. all fenced, workahop 



VOR i>ALE 
(Oanttouad) 



'$800 



•1/)R|y-MAMXK>U> DnnuOT-U you 
W^WV aya laoktoa far a bama to this 
dwrtet. wbara tha taxes sre 
Mv aad aood bus atrvlce pant 
••O'. hare Is a flva-roomed 
bunaalow on s Isrge lot. gar- 
aaa, etc . that can be bought 
away below Us valur Ownn 
Will give a big irdmts.ii t,,r 
cash iK niaXe quick aale 

JUST on- YATES STREET. UP THE 
HILL- Price raducad by ti.OOO 
Hara U a waU-buUt eight- 
roomad hoasa with all nice 
larae room* Rouse I* in good 
Btain of repair, both Inside 
and out. Ownar writaa us to 
mU ta Fay a« 



i 'HU-KEN RANCH FIVE ROOM BON- 
galow garage, houjes (or I 200 birds, 
brooder, feed and Inmbator house*. Uraa 
III^' k*""'' l.f*""'*' and electricity Ti» 
j; ^;f.4i 190 puUata. 

(2.000 handle* may rent or aaebAMa 
Box SS27. Colonist wmmam^. 

4 ACRtS IN OKCllARD ANoToo'aN '* 
M ""oi't" house, city wai^ 

ItvL """l »■'"""■ « mile cirrle Cut .1 
14.3^0 and ea.sy trrina Mutual Realty. 4 S 
flajfward Building 



17 



FARMS WANTRD 



\'t7ANTBD— HBAR PRoM ow.k i 

«▼ farm for sale Cam price vu... 

C O LvndquUt. Minneapolis Minn 

It 'ANT TO LEASE FARM SLI1AU1.K 

ferr.It"' ■.n"',""f^ Mtltoment pre- 



DAIRY BirniNBSa 
^l-ANIEli TO RENT DAIRY FARM. • 
w'.' ''1' experienced married 

B<y MmI '"Tlnalrt wutomant. 



MB O a MrB ia u l Bt. 



DENTI8T 



f \R LBWn HALL. DENTAL SUROBOIT. 

iww***!^***"!?-*?**^ Bayward 
Block. Fhoaa 6Ma for appolatmaata. 



1) 



MBMCAIi 

R E. A. SCRILUlfO. 8FBCIALI8T, 
130 Kincaid St., Mount Varaan. 



I^MJR BALB — SMALL SAWMILU GOOD 
w., «•"<"»}•■• Happy VaUay. O.M.Il. 

Ull* Twelve near Victoria. Owaar at 
mill Saturday p m . Sunday a.ai.. NOTaa- 
ber 24. olherwUe communlcata Dr. Barfcar. 
410 Oreaa Bulldtnc, SaatUa. 



OBTBOFATHIC FHTSICIAM 

fS" vEwJSTiTTATiuoi^^ 
MionrMM'**^" "Mi^rtoo Bids. 



w 



PATBNT ATTORNETS 

O. WARNXR, REOI8TEREO PATBNT 
» attoraay. tio Oantral Bids,. Vlatarla. 



plataly ovarhauled One of the best bnya 

on our showroom floor tt,"QK 

■ ABK ANT FLDILBT OBBD OAK OWMBB" 

FBom m, m im« tatib 



PRAIRIE FARM WANTED 

IN part payment on splendid Vlatoria 

aat 4«Sokiy*'" *^ 
i. B. HAMMOND 

Ull OwMlaa ft FbaaM UN 

aKi RaaM Kaaltp 



\V'B HAVE SEVERAL PROSPECTIVE 
V V rur-hasers for rstablUhod businesses. 
^ priced Send psrtlculara Griffith 



,,|»>-' PODGE BROTHERS SFBOIAL 
Lt»—.» KH KING. In wonderful condi- 
tion. Two new tires on rear, front and 
raar bumpers, disc wheals, blue Spaniak 
laathar upbolatary. Motor rery auiat aad 
pawartul. BaaMNT Oaas palat J«B. Frlaad 
yery w«. 

1(19n TXjrXM BBDAN. to flna 
Xi'«.«y runnlna order. AU toad rabbar 
naw seat covers, front and raar bnaipara' 
A raal aood eloaad ear roa MOCrrt 
wai Uka •VODU 



A. B. 
Phaaa «1| 



MOTORf< I 7 1- 
Mt Taua Straat 



«TB BROTHBBS. LTD. 



UBBO 0AM THAT BAVB BEEN TTfoR. 
OOOHLT OVBRHAULBD AND TOUR OA IN 
AND THF: OTHER FELLOWS lOSS. 
PACKARD SEDAN, 1»3«— This ' ,1 

autoaiobUe haa bad tba var r 

care. Maehanlealty Fayfaat: v 1 

good tire* Frlea <>i.>UU 

t I FVELAND TOURING. Itao- Here la one 
of the few opportunltlaa. A nice little 
car in aood condltton Uwawhout one- 
shot ollina systaai. db<>«tr' 
Price <9>»S\fi) 

OVERLAND WHIPPET OOUTk. 1«J7 Has 
baan overhau'.ad. fully laarai d 
■Mr nady to alra Maa* the .r 
tBllaa teod strvtca. • > — 

frlea hN>*>^) 

BBBBX BBDAN. IMb— In tood mecha> vai 
ceoditioat Mraa^ aad Fatot aood 

JJilSa-'-r."^. $S{H^ 
STAR TOURINO. 1M7- This little star has 
bad tka Ttry baat of cara by the oneioal 

K^^ar!'.r..r•*•""'^ $550 

■TB MkOTHERS. LTD 
Dtstrlbatarg Graham Pa Igr Motor Cars 
Fort Street 

IM8 DB SOTO STANDARD REDAN 
nil* car has baan painted in a tpertsi 
and pleasina shade of Uuco Uphold .rr 



n BOATW AND LAtTNCHM 

ABMVmONG BROS MARINE WAYS, 
expert machinists 1J4 Kingston 
Straat Chone 1034 

'CUBHERMjm — CALL OR WRITE FOR 

-k fraa eapy of booklet, "A Maaaaaa to 

the Commercial Flahannan of Brltlah 
Columbia," by Koa Itlehardtaa. Ttb-->iiir 
Manufacturing 00.. «M mhl^ltSmL 

Vancouver. B C 

^MARINE ENGINE BUYERS 

mm FAMOUS BBRMATH MARINE 
A. BNGINB8. I to e cylinder*. 3 to 
SM horaapower 

^_ J^ yON MOTOf Mk LTD . 

mTmLmm MiTaiS!NnM*fiaSd 



TV'BKISfl BATHS) 

Y'l*} YATB8— TURKISH BATHS, MEDL 
Phon^? y,',,""""- ~— ««e 

76 BXCHANGB— RIAL BtTATB 



^ EXCHANGE aPEUlAUBT 111 
ward Buildina. Ptrst alaM aachSdio'^: 
cnanaag. 

1.;^ZOKAN«B ATTTtACTTVE" 7- ROOMED 
-L-^aaaU-buncalow. in aood shape, with 
modern conveniences, on paved street, 
with boulevard. In mile circle, for home 
farther out Must ba within alaatria Uatal 
• nd telephone Box 3nt. ITolamlal 



K"'OR SALE OR EXCHANQE 113.000 
-k equity In loronto. Ont . property (all 
rented I. for house or small store In 



ORAicmAimooa 

r\NB OF THE MOST (THARMINO 
^ hemes in this aelect residential 
district now offered for sale. 

Six tastefully laid out rooms. Wltb 
every modern feature. 

Fat Farther Datalla AmIf 



OAK EAT 

rno RENT. UNPURNISHEtV H-room bun- 
-1 aalow. In the best part of Oak Bay 
Contain* larae llvine-room. dlnint-room. 
3 bedroom*. Bloa sardaa aad aaraaa. will 
lease for one yaar hwm Mbraayv I far mS 

per month 

Thi* Is a real hema. Sad asB ba aur- 
chased en tarma for 



$5500 



HOOH ALLAN. LTD. 

.ni'fMt Btraet 



Ml Fort atraat 



Fbaoa IM 



OTLANDB B BBUJW e B 
A Bpaalal Offering 
A liOBT CHAXMnro HOME IN THE 
UPLANDS 

Haa Been Listed With Ua for Bala 
THI UMATION. APPEAIUMOS AMD 
CONVENIENCE 
of It'a aFPOlhtmenti maka It 
MOBT DBBOtABLB 
We Oaa Arraasa aa ABPilaMnal M Tlow 



^ "7HSSS?JH?JS? ntlOB AND 
AFFOINTMBNT TO VIEW TTB 

A NIW YEAR 8 OIFT 

" JiP"i-.^f JE"'TEREST«D IN BUriNG 
■ WjjfM O yorBWTT. BBl VB. 

T- n BROWN * BOMB. LTD 
1112 Broad Straat Phone 107« 



LOW-FRICBD BAAmCBi WfMTgBB 

lUILT FLASTBUbnSoDBB. • 



AIMBD C 
nil Broad Bt. 



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rirBi^^BuiLT - ^„ .r „^ 

jL-*PPn?S!:^°'*" PIRBPLACE. MOD 
BRN BATHROOM. BASEMEN I oahaidc 
THREE MINUTES toSm BTREI^^ CAR 
Taxae about tio Soli the da-< Aer?\ 

«>"i . «14o0 

HALF ACRE. NORTH QL'ADRA 

MOI>BIUf l-ROOMBD BIJNOALOW. FX 
CBLLENT condition Would cost 
34.JOO alone BRAND NEW LAHOB 

CHICKEN HOUSE Oaraaa. *•>— rlt 
Taxes I Ji Easy terms . < sHI 

4-IIOOMED HOUSE, basement saraae 
Laraa lot, bearlnc fruit. r 
from staae and alwa. Bacti 
stalled. City water. ^. , , ^ 

Taaeg lll.M 'iM 1. n ( 

OUAIf BUHOALOW. MT T01.M i 

rriM^SSi* '?SK_JW*"f' eWcken house. 
U lMaMb^ MaatM, tara* 

* BON 

rart Btraat 



CHRISTY. H 

MO Part St. 



00 , LTD 
171 



^ JWNBR LEAVING FOR BDROPB AND 
«snt.s an ofTer on a seven-acre block 
of besutl/ul land, overlooking Elk Lake, 
aU cleared and feneed. No r 
MMr lafaaaB. liatlas Ma, nit 



Victoria. BC , not over 35. OM j^'gu^ 



Anply Mr Nicholas CamlUere, 
forth Avenue, Toronto, Ont. 



MOTOItBOAT. 30 FT. BT • FT.. WITB 
l-lO-h.p. Palmar enalae and reveree 
aaar. Cabin is ft loaa. Boat and enalae 
tboroaahly overhauled lately. Prlca to- 
clttdaa ll-ft. round-bottoat dlaaby. 
POR 8AL& IMI. 
^. WALTBR AOAMB 

•IT Johnson 8traat Fhoaa mi 



PRAIRIE FARM WANTED 
TN part payaiaat an aalaadld Victoria 
-t apartment Moek: but yaa wlU have to 
aat aulckly. 

nil Doutlas Bt Fhone 1130 

'• o Home Realty 

tllX • ROOM BUNOALOW. OAK BaT 
' WeU rented. 

KIOirr-ROOM HOUSE, on larse lot. 
close la. 

Two aood SEVEN ROOMS, well located 

TEN ACRES In Saanleb. Improved, 
treatcr part of which la In toeanberrlr* 

TBN ACRES In Sooke diatrlct. parUy 
tmproTed. Clear title 

J. N. BOLLAND. 308 Pembartoa BIk. 



B O. BOND OOKFOBATION. LTD. 
IMS OaramaMBt Bt. 



NBW TBAM BAHOAINB 

OAK BAT WAY— A CALIFORNIA BUM. 
OALow. six rooms. fUrnaee. full 
cement baaement and walks, larae draw- 
ina-raoai (aaan Bra. bookcaaaa. eta.}, 
dinina-rooa, three bedroema with deaeta. 

^Vn%%"'A':S,S»"raJ^tt .52 

arrsnaed. 

DOUOLAB BTRBBT WAT -Duplex house, 
six rooau. in excallaot ahape. Price 
11, OM, eaay larau. 

How IS THlsr roar rooau, bath and 
10 I't. ronrret* foundatU>n Total 

\ti ,1 ■■ \oiir uun terms. 

(sHAMBERS STREET, facing down Psn- 
dora, a flna aite. elahl room*, in good 
shape. A alft for a famUy man. only 
t3.»M. 

/ lOOHRAIIB BT.— IMa IM Haw lot, south 
t a saoa y i. Prlca IMI. at amt aSar 



•-BOOM BBMI'BVMOAUm 

LDtDBN AVFNUE BEST PART 

rpHIB la really a wonderfully constructed 
-L house, and I* In first-class caodlUon 
Llvtna-room. den. dining-room, kitchen 
and one bedroom downstairs and three 
bedroatas up. This home ha* manv (ea 
tures that appeal to the particular bujer, 
and must be seen to be appreriaied The 
rooms an- a;i large, bright and airy Open 
flreplace* «a.shrnom and laundry on Best 
floor. Pull-slsad basement, hot water 
heatlBC. Phone us for an appointment to 
see tbla really wonderful home. ^^QQQ 

and terms to suit 

OAK BAT BUNOALOW— I IIOOM8 

PRICE 3S.4M 

I^^ULLY modern bungalow, good location, 
on corner lot 11 vine -room with open 
flreplace. two bedroom* and kitchen Pull- 
ataed cement basement with furnace 
Oaraaa. This Is a really good buy at the 

frlce aaked. and 1* at prsaent unoecupled 
r you are iri the market lat us abaw yaa 
this Terms to suit 

OILLBBPIX. HABT * OO.. LTD. 

Ml ffMt Btraat 
VIeMrls, B.O. 



•-ROOM 8BMI-BUNOALOW 

J shape. 3 badraaiM. l-pleee 
Lot M X 139. to lava aad fruit 1 'i u t 
trees. Oaraaa. Leaf taxes. vi- i vAJ 

T^SQinMALT— ONB ACRB OOOD BOIL. 
- -< all cleared. Urge ftuortraent fruit 
trees, good carilen six- roomed bunaa- 
low. two-place bathroom, barn for three 
head, fee*! shed, stone dairy room, houses 
and room for 3M poultry. Cloaa to sea 
and atreet ear. Can be oaade to produce 

'A ""T $3500 

SNAP — 111 AORBS. OOOD TIMBER. • 
acres alaared: house of Ave rooms, ex- 
cellent water awpvly. Orabard of 7S trees. 
Twelve mUea fraa alty. $''''\K) 

A W JONES. LTD 

EstabUabad IMI 
1111 Broad Bt. Fbaoa IN 



-WHAT- 



m FEB MOMTR wni 

3 Rooms. DouBlas disl : IM M ■ 

>30 M.Ma 

e Rooms. BIsnshard St : gsrase 

etc » , ,„«, 

8 Rooms, Cook Ht A snap H.liHi 

* Maaaia. Rose st ; aaraae. eta. . •l.Mo 

4 B aaaa. Raaina Aye.; two toUi 
oaraae MJM 

4 Raoma. Sheiboume St.. sarasa. 9lMo 



S Rooms ' '7 lata. A 

........ tXMtn 

MOO I AMI. »;,, I'KB MONTH 
4 HMMa. N. Park St.: eoay home. ll,4»o 

4 Rooms, Harriet Rd : aaraae •l,70<i 

4 Rooms and 4 lota la aardao. 

I14»fl 

7-Hoom modern home, beauti'nl 
bullt-ln feature*, cement ba ■ 

ment. furnace, garaae tA.2iHi 

SAANICH TAXES 
Bungalow. B tara« rooma. beautiful 
bullt-ln features and llaht tiBturaa 
Opeo fire. Furnace Cement baaamBt: 
3-pIaea bathroom Oaraaa. Baa 
doar. lEntadiate possesxioa. Oalf 
on terms 

AITIIR E. NAYNES, LTD. 

Flr* at^d Auto Insurance 
Loans 
m FOBT BTBBET 



Raal Balato Oeat lUi Baaalaaa S744R 



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7» WANTRD TO RVT— HOUSKfl 

i^UR REAL ESTATE DrTARTMENT. 
aVM^?iU,?.S'2. KXPEHIENCID SALES- 
MEN REQUIRES MORE PROPERTIES on 
Its llsts^ We will inspect. Ust and en- 
deavor to dispose of. ANT RBAL ESTatit 
iTai^Tti*! which Is Offere t .1 „ 

BALBABLB FRIOB. Phone 4780 ue.l 

Company. Baimaot Bouae. Victoria. 

VI r ANTED TO FURCHAaB. ON~ SMITH'S 
» » Hill or- North Quadra Street, a mod- 
ern five or six-room bunaalow. Baad fuU 
particulars to Coles. HoweU * oETud 
«3« View Btraet. pbeae M. 



WA1 -r_ 

(scing south, with splendid beach Citv 
water piped on lot. light, power and 
phone available Boathouaa. Low taxes 
fifteen minutes freca oily. Reduced '<u 

quiek aale to t7eu 

A. $. BAMOM 

110 



MO 



niTAn 



1930 OPPriRTUNITIEB 
rpHE NF-.V VFAR WILX BE A YEAR OF 
I PROMT POK YOU IF YOU INVEST 
WISELY IN REAL ESTATE CroNSl'LT 
OUR LIST OF WONDERFL'L BUYS IN 
— "1ENTIAL AND BUSINESS PROP 



OAK BAT 

§t7ri(\(i- f^rTKAcmvx i-room bouaa. 
•JT I »f\r\J In »plendld condition, with 
wonderful sea view. Downstairs room* 
have OAK FLOORS, dlnlna-room. bullt-ln 
sideboard; drawtna-room (slldlna doors be- 
tween); den with beamed celUna and 
handsome GRANITE FIREPLACE. Pour 
larae bedrooms and a dresslna-roomi bath- 
rooai and separate toOet: kltohaa. bullt-in 
faataraa. waah tuba. etc. GOOD FVMIACB, 
tardea, etc. Terma. 

JAMMB DOWUDt 



HIRST REALTT 
INVIIE uKh'ERS 
For new Cai.roriil* .sturro bungslow. five 
rooms, oak floors, (urm.ce. garage 
LAROK EAIRPIELD UlT 
Complete In every detail. 

Ptor locatloa aad particulars apply 
BIBBT MSALTT BBRTICT 
«t» 9mt BtroM 



HUKPRRTT POE gALI 

/ 1ORDOVA BAY -- FIVB-ROOKBD FUK- 
^ nished bunaalow. stone fouadattaei. 
tood baaement. araniu flreplaee. bullt^ 
bunet. bathroom Four acres choice laad. 
acrri in lossns i\o fruit traaai atoMa! 

ehlcken houses, larage Orand VlaW. Otty 
water. Appiv oiner, SieZR 



No(li<e I* hereby glvea MhH an appltra- 
llon will be made to tha Latlalative As- 
sembly of the Provlnee of BrttUh Colnm 
bla at Its next Seealon by the Corporation 
af the Olty a( Victoria for an Act (to ba 
kaowa aa the "Tictarto Olty Aat USr*> 



proTtdtoa for the faOawlaa ataMiMt aatf 
giving to the said OsraatsMaa aad tBa 

Municipal CouncU thanif MM MMaVMS 



A M W YFAR S OIPT 

DE.SIRABLE BlIIliINci LOT ON 
WILMOT PLACB. OAK mOiUl 
BAT. HZ in. OMLT VMIU 



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ACMRAOl worn MJkiM 

WATBBFROMT FAMM 



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StTOB 



ALDER A SONS. LTD 
Resl E.state and InM:.-*n,e 
IIS CENTRAL BLDG. FHONB MM 



$2650 



19 



BOUtRS POR SALR 



T »8ED EVINRUDB ENGINES FOR SALE, 
' outboard engine repair* and parts 

3008 D. -r i- if Street P> - on* ■ 



ANTTHINO IN BUILDING OR REFAIItS. 
Phone 1703. ~ 



71 lU >,I.Nt.S.S DIRI , 1 OHV 
AUTO BADIATDRs AND FRNDBRS 
\ I TO RADIATOR. BODY AND FEafDIR 

^ s^ Bpeolallsts. Workmanahlp that caaaot 
be exceUed. 

BUROBBB BROB. 

1300 Quadra Street Phone 2237 

BUILDBBS AND CARPENTERS 

BUILDING OR REF. 
Rooflna a a»aelalty. T 

1 iiiravii. 

rpOM DALEBLU 4M4R. ~ BUILDINO RE 
X aalra aiyl pnoTaUoc fTMirfl I'"" 

BCILDBB 

( 'HIMNBTB, MAMTBLarB^JnTwORK, 
' ceiaaal wark. Marapool. ahaaa mm 



VITHOLBBALB DRTOOCDB — TURNBR. 
»y Beeton * Co. Ltd. wholesale dry- 
good*. Importers and maniif arturers Wen's 
fiirnUhlngs. tents n.^ Horn Brand 

Shlrta, Overalls Mall orders attended to 



CJALB OR FJCCHANOE CHARMING 
► ' country home. evcrlooklna water; 

MA AOBNTS- OFFERINQS 



$2LMM) 



MODERN FAIRFIELD HOME 
ATA BAORTPICE PRIC3^ reduced to 
level where enrone can afford to buy 
and at a figure at whii-h voii ran make no 

mistske The properly Is In go.Kl condl- 

Ta'*iiraa ba^oasa ovtp flra 



aad 



JOSEPH C BRIDOMAN 
•04 Broushton Bt Established lISi 

Albert Burdon. Real Estate Dept. 



TO CLOaa AM BBTATB 

ELL-BUILT aaffll-bunaalow. withta 
walking dlslanre. containing large 
living room, dining-room, two bedroom* 
bathroom snd kitchen downstaira, two 
bedroom* up. full cement basement, f«r- 
nace. A little money spent on tbla bMie 
would But It in Me 14.000 ' 



( J { /? CLOVBRDALE AVENUE — FOUB- 
.' + U ROOMED BrNOALOW. aa lot 
40 X 149. In tood r ' Larst sacasa, 

$t).jU 

OH 



COMPLETE with li estock. etc ; 18 acrati 
< mostly cultivated. 8-room bunaalow. 
3 Summer cottaaes. t boata, boatboaaa. 
aharL ;arge barn, abundant waUr piped 

I10.0M Tba. Old faifca waal M aaM to 
town, aad atlBM iMiMiar a iMsa 
pay meat 

8 DAY «> SDN. 



I aa Fart 



1124 Broad Street 



WISE • CO . LTD 

Fhoaa 3141 IM Femberton BIda. 



BTART THE NEW YEAR 
WITH A NICE HOMB 



;i^i50 



MOW IB TRB TWa TO 80T 



Q 



UAIJCUM BE" II 
four room*;! 



' ATERPRONTAOB. 
cement feunda- 



-■■ —1 agsv u « ■ VUtH]M~ 

tlon, large alttlng room, bla open fireplace. 
Toraada whoto wMtti aTliM baaaa: batb 

aad toBat: aeptM ' — *- • " 

aad aald water. 
FrlM 

\ IMO A THREE-ROOMED (X)TTAOB. 
forty-five feet waterf rontaaa on the 
water and Uabl: taUat. Price 



: olaatrte Jsbt, hot 

$2200 



boaah. 
ItJM. 



IIU 



ON TOUR OWN 

BARGAIN In six-room modern bungalow. 
In perfect condition, new roof, new 
furnace, and Ju*t painted Double llvlna 
and dlnlna-room. open flreplace: briaht 
kitchen, three aood bedrooma. tbraa-plece 
batbrooat. faU caatent baaaaMat WaUitaa 
ilMBBM M Mwa. iaat oB — 



SiTrso 



OORIXJN HEAD 
Three-roomed Cottage and Plve Acree 

BARGAIN In nice piece ot acreaae; hlab 
loaatlaa: all feneed; aaraae, aad elty 
water laid aa. About two aaraa elaarad- 



oRuaa * 00. 

at TIalarta. B.O. 



BMBOnsED UTATIONEBT 



aad Uret are aood. while motor has had 
very little aUlaaae. Tau can bardi 
tbla f roai a aaw ear. oar 
•riea 

f . ^ CHEVROLKT TOURTNG 
Here Is a real buy in a popular taurine 
car Paint, tires and upholstery are like 
new; owner hss Just boughl a new set 
of Bide curtains and had mo' - 



Dr has had I '"'VATE STA-nONER Y KMBOSBBD XM 



8MFLOTMEMT AOBMCT 



baaM. OaaM to and try this 
Tea wtU aaraa with us it is if>~ i^ 
aood buylaa far ... ^ho«jU 

Itn DODOB aCRBBN DEUVEltT— 

>>•*• toat had thla patated aad moiaa 
orerhaulad. Has diae wbaeU and 
Una. Tea aan make oaaaMerabi 



aa f«W daUrary eaeu by bay- ^fci ^ - 

tm ma <»<>5o 



W 



INO ON rHiNytty 
onire. S74 lo!w,s..i ' 



708KPH 1 1 1 » ■ 
Sirsel a 



LTD . I3M WHARF 

... parlor Btraet. phonaa 

17 1 aad . 734 uaie and aiaofelaery aievlaa 



ABBOLUTtfLT NBW HOMB 
TTM OVBR AN ACRE OF CHOICE 
rarden soil New bunaalow of five 

rooma. new chicken hnu.se for 200 bird* 
garage Situated on .I'l-mtle circle ofi 
main paved road. With city eonventeneea. 
electric iisht. water and phone. Tbie la 
oSarad for Oral ttae at KIAF nuOB. 



R08STBAR A OORDON 
Fbana MM »U Union Blda. 



WA' 

SXZ-ROOM alacea baaaalaw, on two loU- 
aaalna dowa ta bcaab. The hoaaa 

eoaatgts of Iivint-reom. open flrepuoe; 
dtolng-room. den. two bedrooms, with 
reoiu for two mora upstairs iitairway la)' 
excellent tiled bathroom, cement basemeat 
furnacs and garage The property la ' 



HEISTERMAN. 

Mt View Street 



' * OOMFAJTT 



SNAP 

/ COUNTRY HOME. THREE MILES OtiT 
Vj Two bedrooma. Mttlna-room kivrhen 
aaatry. baaement and aaraae, Urae eardan 

Sr*??r' $050 

JOHN oaasNwooD 

Bank of Teroata BMt. 14M r>ttitlaa Bt 



lately priyata. wltb oatolarniFtad tMaa'af 
eaa aaid aMaaUtoa. OaiBf la mB MM 
aat aad woB stocked 



'^$8000"* 

* 00.. LTD. 



ELOOB BOBBAOnrO 



. MOTOR 

(Vlctn- . 



R 

I 'd 



VBtes a 

Phui.s HI 
IM Oa ao> 



^ara» 



I AND TRUcatS AT TBRT 
nUCBB FOR 1»M 

IQfMt P OPOa screen dellrerv. l»2'! 
•-•'•'W l(|«Ma Padaral-Knlght. |»37 

veUe teda a . ItM rart co.,p. 1931 stude 
baker Bla Bla. INI Fsrd d*!i«ery. lt33 
Hudson aadan. Farts for ail aiakao af 
trucks, wheels, axle*, rear ends, traaa- 
mlsalona— ao per cant o(T n*« priM 
Boa Oterfee first and aav. ,r mSm. 

0I.AIIXE8 GARAGB 



WKSTKRN nx>OR SURFACING OO 

ANYTHINO IN FUKIRS I^YINO 
aaiidlng. finlalilng Esllmatat free 
Addreee 484 Oors* Ro«d Ptnme nis 

"t^ICTORU FLOOR SlTRPAf INO CO 
V Lajing. surfacing Shellacked aad 

tollahed old floeirs r»«irfar«rt and flnlabed 
ate ef '' • " ■ ■■ - ■ j Ph MO 

^riRMiiaa .muvinu 

4 BOUT FVRNII'URB MOVTNO. FAOK- 

■*»■ Ine. ahip' • 



I.IAIRFIELO- -nVE-ROOM 1 •■: 1 » . v 
.■ fc^gMt^. fataaii 



COMFORTABLE HOME WITH 
OCX3D INCOME 

It'E bare Juat bad Hated with us a vary 
j r wa B b a lM aMI eauipped bom*, rot 
WAT8R threuaheut. and two nrepiereg. 

WBata the «wner ran have verT romfort- 
aMa and romplete living quarter* doim- 
alalra. and monthly revenue of 170 to IM 
fiaai the raat of the baaaa. There le taa 



NB^ BTUCCO BUNOALOW 

MORta QOAORA manuoT 

1 ROOMS. VBBT WBX riANNBD; PINB. 

healthy loaatlaa. low taxes Two 
beautiful bedroeata, nice llvlns-room, fire- 
place, furnace, garage. cem«nt basement 
aad walka, at the extremely low price 

(ON TERMS) 



$3500 



VICTORIA RBALTT <a BUILDIMO. 



MC TWW Bt. 



Price 



40 



■•orase. 

Lamb Trans'' 'orvardera aad dls- 

irlbutars Out la es on fraiahl M ~ 

peMiii* oaiaa Fbaat IMf, 

Avenue 



M 



OVINOT THB NBWESI AMD I.AROBRT 

aMdera_vaa to Mm city indirtdaal 

a 



ACRES. 10 ACRES UNDBR CULTI- 

... "V'S" first -class •room bunaalow, 
bath, toast, bet and cold water. Bara 
and other aaMuUdtoaa Sixty fruit treaa 
Land all feaaad; MO faat read f rontaaa 
Riinalna atream Ihroiiah prop- MQi'MM^ 
erty All good ao'l Price ^^WWI 

WB WANT USTING8 OF SMALL AOBBAOB 
WRAT MATS TOW 



BAOinO 



RI tba baaae aad alaa aa aatoaiatia tea 
01 watar haaM r to the baaement. Insur- 
taa plenty of BM waur for domestic 
parpoaes at aU llaaes There are beanttful 
electric fixtures, and linoleum en tha 
floors Owner la ne* Wall aad wlahsa to 
I retire fram active affalra. se has aaaed 
as to call aalekly, or woaM area rtrhaasa 
far a flra-rooai baaaalaw. At tha ptlae af 
gMJl^tb^M-aed a Maw tMrTSl^ 




TBB aOTAL TBOVr 



TO aVAOAA 



_IIM 

}i ooara 
L a.an 



F'lTK Jtvx issajj ts^nAua. n.m ca»h 
F aa t laaaad faOy aiade r a. ii.aae 
^ Mreet Me phoae eau* 

BDILT ON INSTALtACBNT 

an Mo^er^ba*ee las sau aa ea>r 



rTTHIS BTX-ROOMED BBBnaNTB MUST 
> be sold and the prlaa haa been reduaaa 
to J14M for a auick eato^ TKhasTuM 
oaiMMrB. balaaea like reat Mawla roar 
awpoftwnliy tar a eaaulao mam. 

>NOOUVBR TRADE 

V t i . KXrHAMOB A SIX ROOMBP 
» • buntalnw In one of Vancouver a choice 
reeideatlal iMMriata.. for. a aia 

uiM^.^B^BS'&tva 



OAK BAY 
STUCCO Rr-NGALOW 
ROOMED NEWLY FINISHED MOD- 
ern bunaalow, with aunroocn. full ce- 
ment basement, with aaraae and f'irnace. 
lust off ear line In choice neighborhood 
This Is your opportunity 

"""^ $4750 

HTOH I/XJATtOH 
r: ROOMED FTTIXY MOOBltN HOMB, AU. 

O rooata cheerful and briaht. wHh Ttaw 
OT waiM; aaw furnace aad aaywa. A raal 

$37.50 



dgs;/>iwk— HBRB la a banrato to a fl»e- 

•jrwjtftf room bungalow. In »• 

condition, on high sround. with fn 
basement, furnace and sarste ci./ tr u... 
trirl Terms 

ANOTHER Uist can t be duplicated et 
H.1M. Blx-room banaalow (aaa 
floor), fuU cement basement, furnace. All 
In very best condition Fairfield, doee to 
park and aea, easy walking distance. 
Ah^ ACRES, cloaa to North Quadra. High 
T ground, taatle alopa ta north, very 
llttla rock. . TbU la aaly one block from 

A bay In 

W J GTI.ULAMD * 00 
1303 Doutlas Street Phone 9803 



ORARMINO LITTIJI HOMB 
FOR SALE CHEAP 
and 

Beadr for Immedlste Occupancy 
Contains 

BRIGHT CHEERY ROOMS, two bad- 
raaau. paneled dlnlna-room. bullt-in 
featurte. three e*an flreplacaa, bath and 
toilet ypera ta. w eaftlaaijly. Baa balSI- 
ment. fully aaSMBMi aid «Py. tot-alr 
furnace. 

Property In flret-clasa aaadtUaa: roof 
recently reshlnaled nice leToTlat II 1 134 
eaiMm. lawn and fruit treaa Oaleti 
ge d a d lii fees tlon Low tasatioB. 

SACRIFICB FRICB 

$2800 

Thla la a Real naraa II 
SWINBRTOM * MUaOBAVB. LTD. 



NORTH SAANICH 
^JIX ACRES. ALL CLEARED, ON PAVIED 

O hlabway, aultaMe for laaaaberrlaa. eta. 



BFARLINO. BBTATB AOBNT 
IMT, 



AT 



on ACRB 
««vF ly cleared. 



Munlctps 
powers, namely 

I Repeallne Sections a and t of VIclorU 
Olty Act. 1830. thereby enabling license 
haMera M have their aames placed ea 
tha MoBlalaal TeMrr Uat without first 
barlaa to pay Baad Tax. 

t. Amandtaa Baatlaa II af TIetorta Olty 
Aft. 1»2J. for the purpoae of clarlfylnt the 
power* of the Council In reaulatlnt or pro- 
hibiting signs, bill-boards and hoardlnaa ea 
private land or Improvements thereon. 

I Frovtdlna that the nours of polling nn 
By-Laws requirint tha aaaeat of the eiar 
tors shsU be frooa | a'alaek a.m. to 7 
o'clock p m on the day M mOBm tBuMad 
of from asm to I FM. M StSBiNd IF 
the Municipal Act). 

4 Pistng the date ef tha AaSBM TSx 

Sale aa the first Monday la Naraaifear af 
aaab year flaoMad af tba tetb day M 
■eptaaibar M aaab yaar aa raauirad hy the 
Maaielpal Act). 

1. Reaulrlnt that the authority et an 
■teal appotatad by a Corpora t ion for the 
par pess of yetlna on behalf of said Cor- 
aaraUoB at any Mualetoal Baetiea ahall 
be fiiad wltb tha Maalalsal OMife oa m 
before the list Oetahar to aay yaar. 

4 Providing that no entry shall be made 
upon the Watershed lands or waters within 
the sams owned or controlled by tha Cor- 
paratloa without the consent or authority 
of the Water Commissioner and the ap- 
proval of the Municipal OouneU M tba 
Corporation, and that any peraoa aa OB- 
terlng thereon without such consent, 
suthorltv and approval shall be deemed to 
be a traepaaaar and liable to paaaltlaa. 



a. a. FRiNOTjL 

ataallsr IM tha Oarparatioa 



aprtna of water , . .,^,.'777,... . V*,? 1 ( K I 

MATNARO * 
TU 




$2100 



•aa ta few 
sad 



)MEnRI*>, J mix » .. .Mao 
'■."■i-rn (i»»;iins. ••>eii«a| 
f I s.ltatloB. 00 electric 

nri X a > ■- i,t grand view mt thS 

bui'-ifp-l fsrd 

IS. 1 1 • ; 1I 



aanrATC 



T ■ Tia T*aw M 



5 



O * a : I I! 
a»a 1 It»ta t* a j. ,5 1 # J 
Oowlcaaa atalioa. S. . 



aZTRA OOOD LAND 

(yr ACRBB, M ACRES CLEARED, LOVB- 
i ly soli, five-roomed haaaOt Mlandld 
for dairying, guod waMr fcaalal ■sliie 
H.500 nose to Victoria. 



Inaure aad Bo 



W. O. WAIXA08 



A S- W. ARORBR 

Fbaaa 1748 



Notice lg hereby alvan that the time 
limited t^r the Rule of the House for 
recelvlna Petitions wtJI expire on Tbars- 
i*?:, »*bruary. itM fK- 

vau Bills must be preeeated to the Rouea 
0*1 or before Tuesday, the llth day af 
February, 1*30 ReporU from Standlaa er 

■2i2l2*»***»*«*SJ» mul^ be 

tM-"*W-<B or bafore i ■!,, jr,,, 

W. H LANQLBT. 

--Tiiki.. 



TION OF 
OF Kaai'tMAl.T 



M 



ACRRAf.l. WA.VTED 



#91 on '^UN ROOM BUNOALOW, 
.. V '>^i'» '>"nl*hed, lust oatalda 

l*?.J**'ifi_A*«** (SiSSti sTiajw Mt 



•Q<>KA- '^VF-ROOM MonrpN aim 
W^3^fU\f OALOW. Falrflald Two flra- 
pUMj. fMl Mtaa-t 



E HAVB A PROSPECTIVE PUR- 

rhaaer fw IBMa Island. t| u 30 acres 

Slate lowest priee and leriris ririffiu, 
Realty C- 'riinih 

lAMJAH kOM, AAUt 



COMPORT 

4-ROOMBD BtmOALOW. FIRrpi ACE. t 
^ _ bad r aaaia. l-plaaa bathroan. pantry 

f«a ^^'^^^^ ^j^^Q^'* ' ~ 



. Jl CO . LTD 

•M rart Bt . caraar Broad 81 . Phone i3na 




E E HBATB 

M8 Yates Street 



WB SAVB THB 
CROna FARMB AMD 
OMB AORB 

MORB or laaa. toatafuUy arranaed aHh 
ehrubbery, TBHNn LAWN, orebard 
and small fruit BUNGALOW OF yr>T7R 
ROOMS and MODERN BATHROOM elec- 
tric liaht and phone TAXES ABOUT li 
CHICKEN HOUSE FOR 380 MtFTpeA 
BIRDS Term* Price #a^(.>!l 
CHARMINGLY SmJATED, CLOSE CITT 
»>', ACRIB, ALL CULTIVATED. FRETTT 

riAPDEN, shrubberlea. bulks, beariay 
orchard POUR-ROOMBD PLABTBRIBD 
B' NOAKow, opaa SreMace. modern 
BATHR^KiM Variaaa aaUuiidin*. lu.,^ 

^'ic^' ^iOiH) 



l^FLBWDID , 

O aUlaa fraa taws, 
aad three yaaM 



4H 

$1650 



fT4 



OAR RAT 




OWNER MAKES GREAT RBDUCTTON 

#On/kik «ix RfX>»«B. modem. fuU ca- 
^^W" aient baaetaeot. furnace, laua 



_ Two flne lots. 

abaadaaea af fralt vaaetable esrden 

Bam. rhleken housa. gsraga Cemen* wa ks. 

flowers, shriibbrrr and flna hedse Close 

u ga b aal aad bua. Taaae 111 Ownar 
away " — ~ - 




SOME VB RT OOO D CHICKEN 

FRoaoatnoNs 

^BVEN ACRE*. ALL SLOPING LAVd 
^ eood aoil three cleared Late e< water 
Oa main paved road OwaUlna I roo'ns 

■ --tor house. 3 braadM house, -i 1. »„, 

odatlon far SMM inn „.« 
a. Double $32001 



Public Notice Is hereby given to the 
alaatora of tba Municipality of Esaulmsu 
that I reauire the preeence of tba aaid 
elecfvrs at the Kaalalaal RaU. BMalBUll. 
on the 13th day M Jaaaary. IMO. at 
twelve o'clock neon, for the nir .r,,, „• 
' electlns peraoi.a to repreee: ■ ,.„ 
I Reeve and Councillors 'three to be a|». 
ad). Bebaal Trustees (ttiree to be elm-ten 
and Fallaa Oommlaaleiiera tone to be 
elected). 

The made of naniasllaa af aandidata* 
I ihsll ba as fallows 

The candidates shall ba nominated In 
writlna; the writing shall be aubaerlbed by 
two electors ef the Munlripsllty aa pro 
aoaar and aerondar, and shall be delivered 
M Mm Returnlna OTfloar M aay time be 
Iwoan the data of the nottea and 3pm 
of the dsv of n' • esid writ 

Ing may be In .rnher««1 I In 

the Schedule of t.,e Municipal Ele^'i^ . 
Aat." and ahall state tha names, r* '• 
aad aeeupatlon or dearriptlan of ea 
aaraoa p raaeied. in eueh awaaar aa cut 
flalaBtly to idartlfv eueh randMaM: and 
In the event of a t»oII belfw nereeaarv eueh 
roll shsll l>e npened on the igth day of 
January. 1010. at the Munlripel Hall. 
Baqulmall R«Md. for thoae p>r*nn* whose 
naaMe appear in Boetlon One of the Voters 
Uat, and at tha baddlat at the eoraar af 
Ana street aad Oralaflawer Road, for 
thaae wheee nsmea apfsear In Boetlon T< » 
af saM list, from lam tolpm."' 

InalV ••MOR aSMBl* 

Olaaai brBm bif baad M 
4th Bay If JUMMTF. MM. 

A R 



pi.M%M tail aas 




■TKJtn.TMT FaWmIfSw noUBBB FOR 

I 1 roo ten. f r .. . or rent Htaofea. 

Lengfotd p' or . H^. r- 'nl 3 



ANTIQUES 

Art Fonrfnire. Etc. 

Bartholomew's 



mm. BAT 

I -BOOM STUOCO BUNOALOW, par 




IIM 



J A WALOR A OOl. UD. 



rav 



COLLINGWOOD 

MR lowB. . , , ■nR4 WstaHreol tots 

^ee - t ;, ■.,) f,,^ I, e V ■<'f c ')< » 

CaUDWOOD & CUat LTD 



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Tin DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA. B.C SATURDAN 



I AM • \ in •}. !')^f) 



[Radio Broadcast in gs\i 



Bjr Cooftwy of Radio Ooingt 



Saturday's Programme 



crcr viM»ri« B.O. (in.taii mmd— 
1 to t M ' ^ tniaa aiarkvt trand* from 
Um >i(x k rotirtj i to p m.. • pUy-by-plar 
■ i nii nt or the ("rond Rwby (uu In th* 
MrtM tor the MrKechnIa C«». b*tv««n 
VIetarU and Vareltr. will ka clvan ever 
tha loeal atatlon dirwit from tha ttatd of 
Plbr. fl, thr cloeliif niark*! luofetloni 
flMi tba etudio • I». T'lr Hnn><-I (-niirrrt 

Orehaatra offcri the (allowing hour of 
enaambla mutle Overture. "PrlnceM June" 
'•aint-Saant> : a collaoUon of lem* from 

tha »rore of •'TTie Brile of New York 
K>Tl«»r' A fountry I»nce" iOr»ln«er' 

« roncert walti, -Aa Artltt'e Ufa' 
sireuaa): Haw wiT' (JarafMI): "A 

k»>.i' fTMshalkMTiky): "-Wmnm." or 
wr,« <8chum«Ba)i b MM. "arlvto 

•Sprakii T 1». tlM OlChtlr MmMMmMllt 

period. What's DotRC la T»wii": Oa^drn 
••n*ttn; ttia official waathar report and 
fir na at; Be rap Book; tha Wait Coait in- 
fomstloa aarvlea: eorraet time tl«nal II. 
Tba OrrtUl Garden Orchestra will de- 
tlcht patrofu of Um dance between 11 and 
midnlcbt. 

IK)H or TW» «x^R« 



KOO. OaMiaA 
Paalud 



(I 



CRY-/^ 




National Braadcastlns C'ompanr^in 
10:41 p m.. National Parm and Homr 
Hour. Packard Electric Companr 

proxramma. t-S:M. "The New Bualneia 
World. " «-7, General Clactne Hour. 7-t. 
B A RoKa and hit Lurky Btrike Orchai- 
ira l-S 30, Pacific Serrnaderi I 90-1 4S. 
Amo» 'n' Aadr B » 39. "LaunderUnd 
Lyrlca" t:fO-10. Staff conference 10- 
10 IS. Bporta talk 10 lS-11. Talen Nrvrr 
Told 11pm -IJ midnliht. Mml. al Mun- 
keteeri 

KOW. Portland. Ore. URXam; «IOk) 
■ P.m.. SarTlea Hoar. O-T, General 
Claetrle 7-S. Luekr Strike Hour l-a 10 
Pacific B»r^n«der« 8 30-8 4B. Amoa 'n 
Andy 0 4S 9. Rtudio proaramm* »-B 30 

Taund^rlind Lrrici " 3 30-10. ••Brer>er 
iiillv ■ 10-10 30. Blumaurr Prnnk pro 
»ranni»< 10 30. Catate weather man 10 30 
pm -ia midnlaht. Rl Jlaka 

RTAB. Oahla««. Cat. (UB.4«ii MM)— 
7 3 30 pm.. Ortan rtaltal, >:>•->. AUca in 
Wor rierland. 3-4. PlrkwlckUni Dmm« Or- 
r>ir«fr» Home Townare. B-O, Brother 

Bo»)> rrnlir Hi. Mr d-d 30. Stertinf Coemo- 
»o)<lan> « 3ft-7 Tw>Utht hoot 7-1 t». 
P'rords 7 JO-R. t»lnnn recital 8-9, Alice 
Blue, omen recital 9 11. What Have You 
>ro«rainma It p.m.-l> midnlaht. NIta Owl* 
it mklnltht-l am. Slumber Chaaar. 

KWX. I.«e Anteles. Tal. (?IUI.Sai lOflAh) 
—1:10-4 pm . KNX Strln* Eniemble 4 SO 
1. O.PR.'f muilcal proeramme 6-3:15. 
rravalecua. S:IO-B:U. Brother Ken's Kiddle 
iloMr. S:4S-0, TMrn Oriar'i amusement tips. 
;-• *«. KNX Cniambte. 7-0. Paramount 
fiibllT Hour. 0-8 -M, Church aarrlcef 
* Oft-9. KNX Feature prneramma. t-lO. 
Rnxlan American Art C'luh 10 p.m. -13 
ileht. Cocoanut Oro", r r)rrli».<if ra 13 mld- 
|lehf-l a m . f'nnrr Hour 

KOI.. Reattle. Wash. r.MA Im: l?70k) — 
\-% p.m.. Sarvloa Hour. 0-0 30. Howell Klec- 
trle Company. t:SO-T. Studio proeramme 
7-8. Happy Hawaiian TYlo 8-9. Old-Tlmem' 
Hour 9-9 10. ' Thlrtv MInulea of 8un- 
ahlpr ■■ 9 10-10 fleiiltle Tamburltsa Or- 
cheatrx lO 1»-11 is. Kvemtate Danre Band 
II IS-U :3S. Quartette selertlons 11 33 P m - 
I>:tt O.ai.i BvtrstBtc nance Band 



3-3 p m . Pa«lu4 Blaatria provTMima. I- 

6 10. "The New Butlnets World " 9 30-8. 
■unset Srncopator* (-7. General Rlectrlc 
Hour 7-8. Lucky Strlka Hour 8-8 30. 
Pacific Beranadara. 8 30-8 43. Amos 'n' 
Aqd7 8 «S-t, The SaaophonlaU. 0-8 :10. 
Lauadwlaatf Lvrlaa t:S»-lOb Matt Oonfar- 
enea. 10- 10: It. SporU Ulk. 10:M'ir Talaa 
Nevav TOM. 11 pjB.-U aiMnlokt. MtulMl 

Mu 111 0188 0 8. 

KTA. Mas Praaeisra. Cal (t4S.8aai ItOSli) 

3-3 pm. Bridce Party Hour 3-7. Be- 
cordlnas. 7-7 IS. Oeora* Taylor 7 lS-7:»0. 
Matro and Cosmo 7 30-8 30. Pacific Art lata' 
Trio. 8-10. Pacific ArtUU' Trio. 10 11. 
Doaeo roecrdlnoa. II p.m.-3 o.m.. Baeorded 
proaramoM. 

KPI, Las Anaelaa. Cat. (400 Ami •4nk) 

1 pm. Packard Electric pro"-™mnic 
.^ 4.^. Stock market rePortK S. Oeneral 
Elertric Hour 7. Lucky Strike Hour 8. 
Rtudio procramma. 8:10. Eerie C Anthony, 
inc . prooraaMMo. t. "tavadartand Lrrtca." 
10. PoroBt fSiwa llMBorlal Park. 11. KPI 
Midnlaht Prolle. 

KOMO. RaatUa, Waib. fSM.lai 070fc)— 
(I p m . General Electric Co programme 

7 lucky Strike Danre Hour ». Pacific 
Herenaders. 8 30. Amos n' Andy 
l.«undarlaa« Lrrtea. 0:10. Tlia BUH Oon- 
feranca. 10:M. Taloa Wavar Told II. 
Musical Miiaketeera. 12 mldnlcht 17 30 a m . 
Oraan recital 

Kmc. nan rraneiaee. Cal. (ini .>m; AlOki 
5.15-S 30 p m . Studio proeramme S 30-6. 
Edna Plscher. pianist 8-8 SO. To be an- 
nounced. 8 30-7. Niweltr prooramma. 7-0. 
Paramount Public Radio Hour. 8-0. Hon 
I>aa Symphony. 9-10. Merrymaker*. DLBS 
10-10 19. ' Prank Watanabe " 10 10-11 10. 
An«>i> Week* Mark Hnpklns Orcheitra. 
:i 10 i' in 13 10 am. Blllmore RoMl Or- 
che.»trn 13 10-1, Dance music. 

RJR Seattle. Waah. fOOO.Imt OTOk)— 
3 SO !■ rn Matlnaa melodies 8:10. Dinner 
concert 8 IS. lUckav and Rtonewall 8 SO. 
Pair of Jacks 7. Avathn Turlev Miprano: 
Sidney DUon. tenor. Harry Reed, piano 
7 SO. Ban and Joe 7 4S. Rlrkey Brass 
Quartedc 6 Vic Meyers Club Victor Or- 
rheMi.1 » Northwest Radio 9ettr. 10. 
Los cluuchos Araentlnas: Klmora Vtaeont. 
tenor: Zao Kalkaoh. elarUMt: «HBear 
Adama. xylotfhoM. II. Otak TIctAr Or- 
cheitra. 



/m£ STILl. 
^^HOOPlE .' 



iTOMOBILES 
OESCRIBED 10 

Phillips Carlin Announce 
Details to Fans as He 
\'I it Various Exhibition 
Booths 

Mii. lo Hlut tlx is I 




riMT . 



3 «T til i in ."^panlah Ir«v>rin 4 to 
10 1 he tJiurv Mail « SO to .^. C f R s 
musical proarariiKir 5 to h 1!S f'tavrloeiie 
IS to 5 45, Biulher Kens Kiidl* hour 

43 to 8. Town Crlar'a amaaapaat tipr 
8 to 8 80. Oroan praaramma. 0 SO to 7. 

KNX Fii»ernhl' 7 lo 7 JO KNX fr«tu-r 

• ttll>;» ; Jli 1., !! I >i,e «. t aid 
Lubuvlial Mukli al 1 i :<> U to U 3U Hlo 
(iraud.- Oil i.rijdraiiin- - J ui i.. 10. Brrrjier- 

Tuily proaraoima. 10 lu 13 mldalaht. 

O oooo a y t Oaova B88>i8il8i M la t o-aa.. 
Daaeo boar. 

KOL. Saotlla. Waah. (miaii IJMk>— 

I M to 4:*0 p.m. "Wualeal SMa Shew" 

4 30 to 5. Mr rii:' » ■! > e*« item.'. f 
to 6- Service hour ' ■ 1 .i i,. i i ■• n 
proaramme • 30 t h kaiuIi Dance 
Band 9 6S lo 7. ."i'.. k- 7 lo 8. AUca 
Blumqulst. Richard Wood. Aanieanetta 
Suaao. Bva OoaaaUa, JaoaM MMal. a 
to a. Papular pnaraaaM. $ U aiOa. icaa 
Maatt la 'ThlHp MUni«oo of ■aaablao." 
a:at to la aUdaloM. Oaaeo prooraaaao. 

RTA. Baa Ftaaalaaa, Cat <S«a.aMi 
1.330k I -'3 to a pm., Brldaa party ho<ir 
3 to 3 SO. Cabbaaet and Klnta 3 SO to 
7. Recordlnas 7 to 7 iS. ()-i>rse r»vi.,i 

7 15 to 7 10. Marlon Uavlas Thc•tr'^ pre 
aaattas "Collaoa Oaaa." 7:ao ta 8. Tha 
1840 Boys. Tommy Moeroo aad Bob Allaa. 

8 to 9. Dance recordlnoa. 9 to 10. ICual- 
cal parade 10 to II. Popalar raoafdlna* | 

II ' I '/ II .'I .1' Request rcrordtnas 12 
t< Safety Co:nt>DnT 

hc.M. l-urlUnil. Ore. (40S-«ini MiOk) 

1:18 to I SO p Q . Studio prooramma. 1:80 
to 3 10. Paclflc Vacabonda l:a0 to 1. 
Studio prooramma. a to 3 SO. Tabernacle 
choir and oraan. 8:10 to 3 49, Traffic 
talk 3 49 to S'M. Did Tou Know? 3 50 
to 4 l.^. fHudlo. records. 4.15 to 6. Back 
of the News S to 5 10. Movie Club 5 SO 
to 0, Btavart Warner • to e 30. Edison 
prooramma. 8:10 to 7. General Motors 

7 to 1:10. Btrombara -Carlson 7 10 to 8. 
Empire BuUdara. 0 to 8 10. Seirar's Shell 
Symphonlsta. 8:10 to 8:45. Amos n' Andy 

8 45 to 8, Studio proaramme 9 to 9 30, 
Plrestone proaramme. 9 30 to 10. "The 
Claar Band 
and CoUealataa 
recital 

KGO. OaUaad. Cal 
3 30 to 3 p m . matinee time 3 to 3 30. 
Mormon Tat>ernacle choir, orsan recital 
3 SO to 1:45. studio personalltlca. 4:19 to 
4:40. avaalBO rovarlaa. 4:48 to 0. Baek of 
tha Nawa. 8 to 8: IS, Moment llualeala. 
5 IS to 9:48. Aunt Betty Kiddles' Klub 
8 to e 30. Edison proaramme 6 30-7. Gen- 
eral Motors. 7 to 7 30, Btromberi-Carlxon 
prooramma. 7:80 to 8. The Emp:re Build- 
ers, a to 8:10. Parisian Quintette 8 30 to 
8 4\ Amos 'n' Andy 8 4fi lo 9. The Jolly 
Rovers 9 to 9 30. The Vo:re of FIres'one ( 
» 30 to 10. The Claar Band 10 to 10 30. 
Throuah My PIrepliice 10 30 to 11. The I 
Music Box It to 13 mldnlfht, dance or- 
chestra. 

KOMO. RealUa. Waah. (lOO.Imi aTOk>— 

3pm. Tabernacle choir and orvan recital I 
3 30. vocal en%emble recital 4. mlnlni i 
stock quotations. 4 13. Kiddles' proaramme. 
5. artlatlc enaamble. t, Bdlaon proaramme. 
8 30. OanaraJ Motora party. 7. Btrombara - 
Carlson concert. 7:M. Empire Builders. 
8. Salter's Shell Symphonlsts. 8 30. Amos 
'n' Andy. 8:45. naws Aaahaa 0. Voice of 
Plrestone 8 SO. The Olcar Band 10, Uni- 
versity of Washlntlon educational hour 
10 30, Weed Chain proaramme 11, Olympic 
Hotel dance orcheatra. 13 to 1310 a m.. 
ortan recital 

KTAB. Oakland. Cal. r5\%.4ni; 660k)— general, will be heard on the Paeillc 
3 to 4 p m.. novelty recordlnas 4 to 5. - Mrmt^uis, 



Between Twelve and One 

■ Bsr ratmom looek 



CHAPTER ;cill (CkmtlniM^) ■ keep that card? I am lettlnc all the 
"Bportlog of Maad to taM:iU« that I otban kxiow my addrsM, and I 



crowd." Mid Oockctt. At mw Ufht- 
iBc'a fat dfw. tltad ttiat'B over. 
By the way.* he lowered his voice 

an. I ,MiK ■ .'iniiiii *ii . next 
liiUi. 1 ii I. L I. Liiu tflhii^ >.)u. old 
chap, thai 1 haU some nice nt-w.^ 
tius iiuHiunt; u double, a splemlul 
win over Slein.-.hf( i and Cleg s Boy. " 

Smllb lookad at him enviouaiy 
Lord OramUb and Mlss Olenne and 
Major BrowQ Ml together talking. 
Then Colper came acra'w. and Mary, 
.vhi) had ! .il- c :i ;i i;:.-;;';,-- . ■ : r < ,.■ 
Kant Induiuual. .-.i."!)!'''!! ' ' : 
was joined by CUve M. i : 
lyJO MUULL CAii proleasor. looking tixin and wluLe, 
- j but much tMttMT, waa UstculBf to 

Andrews. 

'IJust wkat I tspBetBd," Mid OUire, 
drawing up a chair for her, "out 
how we scatter, I suppose. Have you 
any plans?" 

"I must gel back lo lather. 1 am 
afraid he will b« tmtUOf worried 
about me." 

"He wlU har« bmrd at thli, of 
course?" 

"He has the Times and Post sent 
him every day. He Is sure to know, 



i'--' I'.' ill automobile, of every 
size, nmke and description, wlU be 
visualised for radio listeners and 
car owners In every section of the 
country In a programme to tie 
broadcast directly from tiM Oimnd 
Central Palace today 

The programme, to be heard 
through fony-«lght stations asso- 
ciated with the National Brosdcasc- 



ing Company system, will go on the 

air between 2 and 3 p m.. Paclflc I Besides, I wired to him yMterday 

i^'t^Ti. Ben saliiM's bV^s •'^''in'taitl t Piiiiiip^ Cuiln r;tdio I afternoon, telling him I was all 
11 to 11 midnlaht. Organ executive and vcu ian Hiiiiouncer, right." 

, 1*111 \Ls;; <".fiy ii,)->th In the expo;;l- Cllve reflocte.l "I 



tlon. accompanied by Miss Marcella 
Shields, describing every detail ol 
tho colorful pageant 

Augmenting the words of Carlin 
and Miss Shields, a snappy orches- 
tra, under the direction of Andy 
Saiinella, will accompany the couple 
on the tour, providing a musical in- 
terlude between visits to the various 
booths. Chick Bullock, vocalist, also 



wonder bBW 

We any Irieiul.s In coiiiiii jii?'' 
Slic stared up at hiin. ' WhyT" 

"Oh. I iust wonder— your father 
was nevcf a yaobtlng, man, was 

he?" 

She shook her head. "No, he had 

a pa.'^.':lon for .shooting But ^4r. 
Heal, a frientl of hl.s in the old 
days, had a racing yacht." 

"The riialeron? .said Cllve eag- 



wlll be,hMrd during the programme i .six-meter class boat. Of 

Both the singer and the orchestra ! An oldlah man 

will furnish only .songs and music 
with a motor car background. 

Spaetal microphone faclllUes are 
being laatalled to pick up sounds 
from the huge throng which always 
attends the InauguratloB of the 
world't greatMt diqflay at automo- 
biles. 



The nrogramme, which is dedi- 
cated to the automotive mdustry In 



HPO, Han Franrlsco. Cal. I4t0.1>mi AHOk ) 

— a-1 P m . Arnhiin Trie aod atocka. 3-4, 
Saturday matinee. 4-S, Thaodoro Btrona 
and stocks. 6-8:30, OhIIdron'a Hour. 5:80-8, 
News diaest. "Seotty" ICortland. t-t, KPO 
Salon Orrhe.itr» 7-8. North American' B- 
8 30. Psclfk Pcrenaders 8 30 >». Packirrl 
pronramme 9 9 10. Oecll and Sally 9 10- 
10. FIrealrie Hour 10-11. Palace Hotel Or- 
chestra. It pm-13 midnight, Norman's 
Ban Pranelacans. 
KSU Salt Laka City. Vtah (tes.tas: 
isakl— 5:10 p m., "Laundryland Lyrics " 8. 
Oeneral Ktactrle Hour 7, "Lucky Strike" 
Dance Orchestra 8, In.itrumental Trio 
and voeallat. R 30. Amn« n' Anilv g 4.^. 
Variety. •: IS. Dance Orchestra. 10 15. Re- 
aoast Havr. line, BbaU KldaMa llOTlaw. 



Aflelo Burlen and Heinle 

ni . ahimljer i liaser || 111 I 

k> City. I tah ('^(M Sm: |< /I I I I 

'abrrnarle chclr and or- I | >1 & I I 

le To«ne Cryer. 5, dance I'jilJ gj 



Sundays Programme 

rPCT. Tlatarla. B.C. («7S.»nii SSSk)— 11 I 3 30 to 130 p.m . Bunday ronecrt. 4 to 
am. The mornlna service of the Victoria I 4 30. Miiflcal Musketeers 4 30 to 8. Duo 
rilT Teii'ple 3 I) m . The spei ial rlvir | Ill.'-c programme 5 lo 8. Oems of the 

Drama 8 to « 15. News service 6 15 to 
8:45. BonsJi Without Words « 45 In 7 15. 
Little Symphony 7 15 to 7 40. Studebaker 
Champions. Lit to S:lft, Bunday at Bath 
Parker s 1:18 to t. The Pllcrlms 0 to 
9 SO. Borden prourumme Q ?o ■ , in The 
Reader's CJiiidi- i" to ;i i . , ,n . ,.»/i,r. 

KOL. Seattle. Waah. i.'M.lm, liTOki — 
4 to 8:ie p.m., aoml-daaateal raeorded pro- 
aramoM. 4:30 to •:30. eoncort proaramme 
8 10 to II 30. dance band. 

KNX. Lm Anseles. Cal. <<Kl.8Mi ie.tak)— 
0 to 11 a.m., musical proaramme of re- 
cordlnca. 11 to 1110 p m , Plrat Preiby 
terlan Church. 13 10 to 1. Loulaa Johnson. 
aatroanaly.1t 1 to 3. International Bible 
Students 3 to 4, City Park Board musical 
proaramme 4 to 8. Radio Chttrch of the 
Air 8 to 0 30, talk, Dr Kmeiit Holmeii 
8:30 to 7. Dr. Theodore Curtia Abel. 

7 to t. Lubovlskl Trio. S to t. PIrtt 
Presbytartan Church • to t:lS. recorded 

proi-rsmnir 9 to 10 10 fr-nfure pro 
srartinie 

Kja. Seattle. Wash. (MO.Im: l):oiii — 

8 a.m.. popular muale: 10, olen Eaton. 
. ..^ r, ^ A . I »*«rlorle Rohlllard. 13 noon, dance mua|c. 
4-4 30. 0\iT Romantic Ancestors 5-S'30. 1 pm. Y M C A. proaramme J. Kraa- 
VloBn and haip 8 10-8. Art Kahn and noff'a I.yrlc Hour. I. Elmore Vincent Mar- 
hl» Bonalronii 8-7. Majestic Theatre of the lorte Roblllard 5 30. Olrn Eaton, tenor 
Air. 1-1 iO. Jassa Crawfor<1, (.tsuni.st Mnrlorle Roblllard, piano 8, Broadway 
7:3e.t, .Bo k ert Olaan. Harold Dana and Trio 7. Homatownera' Orehestra. 8. Dam- 
MeMhr Baatatte 8-8 so, concert orehas- ski'a Imperial Grand Orabaatra. • 



enmmim'ly serrtce In Christ Church Ca- 
thedral will b« broadcast over CPCT. 7:IS. 
The West Coast Information Bervlce: eor- 
rert time signal 7 30. The evenlna aorvlee 

r' -he Victoria City Temple: the official 
■•'•■ither report, resume of proarammes 
'11 the week. 

Natlanal Braadcailint Tempany — 13-1 
pm. National Youth Toiiference 1-3. 
Cathedral Hour. 1:10-3:30: Sunday Con- 
eart. 4.4:M. Mualeal Muakataart. 4:ao-». 
Dno D'sc protraroma. S-ttll. Bnna Jatiick 
Melodies 5-a Oems of the Drama 5 15- 
• 18. Collier's Radio Hour 8 15-7 15. At- 
wntar Kent Concert. 7:15-7 45, Stude- 
baker Champions, 745-8 15, Sunday at 
Seth Parkar a. 8 15-S. The Pllcrlma. 8- 
3:30. B o r Sa w procramma 3:30-10. Tha 
Raador'a Oulda. 10 tn li. The Oay Clasalea 

KPRC. flan Pranrl<re. Tal. (4BI..3ail 
liliilii 012 tioon. H'liiie, Sweet Home con- 
rert. u i p.m. Sherman Clay Concert 
I 2. Siinilay maUnea. 3-3 10. McKesson 
aitd Robbins 3:30-3. Raeordlncs. 3-3 30. 
Prknk Moss, pianist, aaslstad by Herman 
Ralnbari. 'MlUst. 3 30-4. Grab Bai Hour 



%rm-^t-M-*. J U Miller 9-11. Val Va- 
lanBTa Orehaatra ll-U. Mandarin Band. 

WK>^. Loa Anaelet, Cal < >A« 7ini ItSSk) 
— tdM> P.ni.. Lola. Angel of the Air. 4. 
Mfilpitf Mvakotaars. 4:30. Duo Disc pro- 
■ ragilBB. 3> Bdndar musical concert. 8. 
Nel^^rrlca. • 15, Oeorge Faasrtt. Ha- 
» **aa8» Trio. 7. Phyrne Alston and Desire 
MoOtoAy 7 30. Msrgaret Kuth Keman. 
8 la The Pilgrims 9. Kealoha Trio 9 SO, 
Girls' Vocal Trio. 10. The Oay Clasalea. 

KOW. rartlaad. Oia, (4SS.Sai CNk)— 
8 ISO to 10 a.m.. ABiarleaa Laalon »ro> 
Ktamme 10 (• 11, lalarnatlonal Bible 
Rl I'l'm-i It ta 11:3*. Oraan 13 to 1 
I' 11 . National Youth Conference 1 SO to 
' Cadman service : in to 3 30. Hunday 
' I I ert 1 ?0 tf. 4. In the Pi.. . ' ; 4 to 




IT eu**4T TO M . I «MD*I 

troprsk«^JMC*4 



1^ 



Oauchoa Araentlnes: BImera Vineent. tenor. 
10. con'-ert ensemble 11. dance band 

RTAB. (»akland. Cal. i.tW.tni 5«ak) 

9 to 10 a in.. Dr B L. Corley. 10 to 11. 
Blblo elaaa. Il to 13:30 p.m.. Tenth Avenue 

Baptlal Church. 13:30 to 1. Chapel of chestra 8 30. Federal Buatnesa Aaaoclatlon 
Chimes I lo 3. Church of Latter Da ' n 8. North Americana. 8 to 9. 

Sa.iitii 3 to 3 10. Masters Album. 3 30 lo i^i;';: .'^vmphonlais' proaramme 3 to 9 10. 
1. Poke-Bonnet Bl.s'ers and Jane Sargeni Cei il ami Sally 9 10 to 10, The Toreadors 



Home Townora. 5 to a Brothar Bob' a frolic 
hour a to 8-30, Btartint Coamopolltana. 

« ^0 to 7. twilight hour 7 lo 7 30. Le- 
(■;« r Boys 7 30 to 8 30. Marlon tXKk- 
wood and Jane Sargent Sands 8 30 to 10. 
Ice hockey tame. 10 to II. Melody Makers 
with Heinle Kloti and Herb Bcharlln 11 
lo 12. Alire Blue. Adelo Burlen and Heinle 
Kloi?. 12 to 1 am 

KKU Salt Lak 
llSOk)— 3 p m . Tabe 
can. 1:10, Ya Olde 

orchestra. 3:30, vocal and iaatrumantal 
selectlona. 3:45. educational proaramme. 
6. Rdlson proaramme 8 SO, Oeneral 
Motors 7. muMcal selections 7 30. Oreat 
Northern Rly. proaramme. 8. Tha J«wel 
Boa. 3:30, Amoa 'a' Aadr. 3:43. Dr. B. B. 
Keller. 3. Tha Voica af Plreatona. 3:30. 
diverxtned draoM prosTaauaa. 10. Throuah 
My Pirepiara. ittSS. Tha Ifaale Boa. 11, 
request hour. 

KPRC, Saa rranelaea. Cal. (4»I.Sai! 
aiOk) -3 to 3 pm.. Happy Go Lucky Hour 
3 to 3:15. aviation talk. 3 30 to 4. currant 
events. 4 to 4 30. Matinee Melody Masters 
4:30 to 5. Purity Balcerle.s 5 to 5 30. Sun- 
set ensemble 5 30 lo 6. Hank Howe and 
his music 8 lo 6 IS. Bobs, sports authority. 
8:15 to 3:N, O. P. Edwarda, coaat Invaator. 
8 30 to 7. Charlaa Hamp for 8. di W. 7 to 
7 30. Pacific States 7 30 to 8. Voice of 
Columbia K to 10. Oolden State Jamboree 
10 to 10:10. Bdna O'Keefe and Cotton 
Bond. 10:10 to 11:10. Hotel Mark Hopkins 
Orcheatra. 11:10 to 13 10 am. Blltmore 
Orchestra. 11:10 to 1. dance mu.slc 
KJB. i ea lt la. Waah. (sa9 imi »70k)— 

5.30 p.m.. RarmOOd David llolmes lecture 
3. Olen Baton and MarJor.e Roblllard 7. 
Hometowners- Orchestra. 8, Daniskls 
Neapolitans. Agatha Ttarler, soprano;. Sld- 
an Dixon, tenor. 3. Log Oauchos Argrn- 
tlpes: Elmore Vincent, tenor. Zac Kalbach, 
clarinet. 10, concert en!iemb'e AKBtha 
Turley. soprano: Sidney Dlion. tenor. 
II. Vic Meyara' Clab Victor Orcheatra. 

KPI. Loa Anaalee. Cal. <4ea3Mi •40fe)— 
3 15 pm. Winnie Moore, travalocue. 3:30. 
tea time 'ales 3 50. Better America Fed- 
eration. 4. Francis Sullivan. "Books I 
Kept ' 4:30, Bla Brother 3:10. Barbottle 
Magnetic Haallnt Institute: To«l Mitchell, 
baritone. 5:45. stock market reports. 8. 
Edison proaramme. 8 10, Oeneral Motors. 
7, Strombert -Carlson proaramme 7 30. 
Empire Builders 8. Shell Symplionlsis o. 
Voice of Plrestor.e 9 30. The Clear Band 
10, Packard concert orchestra. 11, KPI 
news bureau 

KPO. San Franclaro. Cal. (ttOAm: aaofc) 
1 30 to 2 pm. Ann Warners home 
chats a to 3. Aeolian Trio, stock reports 
1 to 1:30. Mormon Tabernacle 3 SO to 3 45, 
Dept. of Commerce talk. 1:45 to 4, Call 
fornla State Chamber of Commerce 4 to 5. 
Ployd Wright, orsanlat; 3 to 6:80, chil- 
dren's hour 5 50 to 3. news digest. 
"Bcotty Mortland 8 to 7. KPO Salon Or 



CkMst through National Broadcast- 
ing Company system stations KOO, 
Oakland; KHQ, Spokane; KOMO 
SeatUe; KOW. Portland, and KPI, 
Loa Angeles. 



with gingery ludr— or what remalna 

of It." 

She nodded. "That Is he. But I 
haven't seen him for some yeasa." 

Merton seemed to nnd something 
satisfactory In her reply. 

"Good. That Is all I want. You 
see, I don t ihink you would know 

how to put tills new scheme to your , . ^ ^ . , 

father I have had another chat ' '"""f ! '^'■'^^ ^'^^ * socially 



want yottr ■ddrgn. Tea mb, I hope 
to OMBmimieat* vKh aO oC you u i 

can see my way elear to reeon- 

■trurt ■ 

lif 'iMik ,t iioteoi>ok. and a gold- 
I'l-it 1" !' :i from his pocket, and 
u^xy added h«r naoM and address 
to thoke BlTMdy there. 

Colptr tgokt' .-.ud.ii nly "I am 
t{oinh oaek to tuvMi u> me 2:15." 

"1 think Ajidrew.s, Coroett, Smitii 
aiul 1 are also going by It, ' said 
i-wMl t .amlah. "We are going to 
.vee Piolesfor Logard off at Uails- 
oury. He talis us he has a niece, 
and we have already wired her— last 
night, jrou know — to meet tiie old 
man there." 

"Then I ought to have my uungs 
packed," nl4 Oolpcr, and turned 
away. 

Lord Oramlgli. looked after him 
with a enrkms aKprMaUm, then 
smiled at ItCary. 

"This ha.s been a wroUlied lime 
or you, Miss Ulcnne Hut wliai do 
you p.-oi)use to do'?" 

She told hun. and at that mo- 
ment Cllve BCerton came biu:k. 

"We can get a train at three. It 
means changhig, but It wlU ast us 
out at five past nine 



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♦ A J 1 2 

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V A 7 2 
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A A 9 7 ^ * 
A««li<Hi 

I »i ^a. /nti Rd. 

South I V Paaa 

We.t ' N.a Paa. 
N«Mh 3 4 
Baal Paaa 

Contract Bidding 

tai Hd. 2nd Rd. 

South IV 4 4 

Weat Paaa Paaa 

North 3 A Paaa 

Eael Paaa Paaa 



a pre-emptive bid of three Spades, 
coiu-uding the bidding. a:s such 
take out warns South 
ing any further, OtturttiM i 

If iK'cp v:iry. 

( o„tr»ct: The bidding In ooa« 
tract Is the same as In AucUon ex- 
oppt that South, with two m"ii 
Bpades. a SlngletOQ Diamond ku-I 

an Ace of clubs, carries ihr r,,ntia 
to four .Si)ades. it mav !>.- ,,.,!, t 
that North. If faced bv a tiiuM p.i" 
ner. should uke out with lour 
tmUMT Quua «llh M ttaw 



nit ptav 

Cast opaos the King of DtamaQd-t 
tho top of bla two honors In se- 
quence. ThB Dummy Kolng down. 
West plays the encouraning Nine of 
Diamonds, not to encourage tlm 
conaniiance of that suit with single- 
ton Diamond in Dummy, but tO SUgo 
gest a shift to trumps to prevent 
North from employing bolb trumps 
in Dummy to ruff DtamoiMk. Bast 



shifts to his Jark of Spadea. which 

Much has been written regarding North wins with the Quern At thi.s 
You go the same way?" said Lord | the advisability of original pie-emp- Po'nt North ha.s tlie < iiolr#' of two 
Cramlsh. tue bld.s. their rpqtilreineiit.s, and iUws of procedure. He may el'lu-r 

'•I want to .see Ml.ss Glcnne.s their value In shutting out a po.s- 'f'Hd a .small Diamond and rufi In 
father, who i.s a friend of a yachting Kiblf adverse game. Also, much ha.s Dummy or he may lead a Heart to 



friend of mine." said Cllve. -WUl 
that do?" 

Splendidly," said Mary shyly, not 
unaware of the Indulgent smile that 
crept to Cramlsh 's tight mouth. 

"What Is Mand yo.ng to do?" 
asked tho lattor after a pause. 

"He is staying lieie to wind up 
thlng.s He has to" 

Cramlsh nodded. "I mean the 
next few days, of gourse. As a mat- 
ter of fact, he doesn't do so badly, 
for he hasn't lost much— ** 
"A good deal to hhn." 
"Possibly. But you see what I 
mean. A friend of mine will, I 
think, take him on.— He's making 




iii tAUIUW 



SHIP IN DISTRESS OFF CAPS 
rLATTIBT WAS Df POO 

COLLISION 



Strock Stem of Paeltte Rellaaee 
Whaa Aaehored Off CalamM* 
RlTar 

The st/>,imshtp California, report- 
ed on Thursday 330 miles off Cape 
Flattery, battling heavy seas with a 
Jury 'rudder. Is the same vessel 
which collided with the Fumess 
(PaeUle) motorshlp Pacific Reliance 
off the mouth of the Columbia 
River on November 28. 

While the Padflc Reliance was 
anchored In a dense fog, the Cali- 
fornia struck har a amaahing blow 
In the stem. Upon examination at 
Astoria, It was found that the Cali- 
fornia had seven damaged platr.. 
while the Reliance suffered but 
minor damage. 

Before United SUtes Steamboat 
Inspectors Frank Edthofer and John 
Wynn. captains and officers of both 
veaels were found not to blame lor 
the crash. 



with Cramlsh about It this morn- 
ing and we aure going ahead." 

"Yes?" 

"Well — er — this cra.sh mu.«t have 
startled your father He will be 
worrying, as you say. I uiought 11 
I could have a word with him, I 
might put It more clearly." 

"But we Ut« away down in Som- 
erset." 

"That's nothing! I came all this 

way from town, cmly to be fold that 
a lot of my money was gone." 

"But I couldn't let you--" 

"Walt a moment. I haven't done 
yet. How are you both going to 
carry on If this monoy Is lost irre^ 
trtevably? You can't! You will teU 
your father aoout tho proposed re- 
eonstruoUon. No douM. Only, win 
you convince hhn? Will you be able 
to put the case so that he Is willing 
to come in'/ I doiiDt it. This 6ort 
of job Is ditflcult enough for me, but 
you know nothing of business at all. 
As I see It, you owe it to your father 
to let me talk to him an d explain." 

She bit her Up. "You think you 
ought to?" 

"Absolutely. And we h*T0 Boal 
for a ondge between us. What 1 
propose to dn i.s to see you home 
and put the case direct." 

"When?" 

"You don't think of staying an- 
other night, do you? Mand said the 
police did not mind our gOllK when 
the inquest was over." 

"Is there a train?" 

"I'll get a Bradshaw and look. If 
we get away some time after lunch, 
we could do it." 

When he went off for the railway 
guide, Cramlsh omm mtom with 
Colper. 

"We are going to try t.o «et the 
concern on its legs," he said, taking 
his card from hli pockat. "WlU you 



an>bltlous wife, and would find 
Mand no end of help. " 

"I wish all the rest of us had as 
good a prospect." murmured Clive, 
and then remembered that Mary 
was listening. "Of course, though, 
I forgot our new scheme." 

"Oh, that, of course." said Cra- 
mlsh 

But he had really more hi^;>e8 for 
It than CUve Morton dared dncerely 
to entertain. 

(To be eonthiuod.) • 

Y. hS l,[ \(.rF 

United Cliurrh ^ ounf 

League Prepares for NOV 
Year As II titles 



been said about the Inadvlsablllty of 
pre-emptive over-calls of adverse 
suit bids, as they usually operate to 
incite rather than to dbicourage the 

continuance of adverse bidding 

In the above deal, however, we 
have an entirely different prt -einp- 
tlve situation North, with seven 
Spades headed by the Ace-Klng- 
Queen and absolutely, worthless side 
oarda, diould take out South's one 
Heart with three Spades, not only 
to show this precise holdhig. but to 
shut out a possibly dangerous or 
embarrassing bid by Fourth Hand 
It may be noted that had North's 
Hand contained side strength, such 
as 

AAKQ8741 VAS 
♦ A 10 A K 3 

North would. In Auction, have taken 
out with but one Spade, and. In 
Contract with two Spades. 

sAUKNT poncn or mbding 
Anetton; South, with two biddable 
suits, opens the bidding with one 



dislodge the Ace while stlU holding 
a trump In Dummy to protect the 
Diamond situation. 

If he ruffs a Diamond and ^*f n 
plays the Heart, he must, with m 
trumps left In Dummy, lose not only 
the Ace of Hearts, but a Diamond; 
whereas, if he leads thr- Hr;irt and 
East holds the Ace, this may be th« 
only trick North will lose. Selecting 
the latter procedure North leads 
the Five of Hearts which East wins 
with the Ace; as to refuse to go up 
with thLs card would risk Nerai% 
Heart Five, being m ilngleton. ac 
was the case. ftat. again in the 
lead. Is In a quandary whether to 
lead ano'her friimD or to force out 
the riub Ace in Dummy Which- 
ever lead he .sclrcts. North will make 
the remaining tricks, if Ea.st leads 
another Spade. North wHl enter tho 
Diiniiiiy w^th the Ace of Clubo and 
discard both his losing Diamonds 
and his losing Club on the three 
good Hearts la Dummy Should he 
lead a Club. North will win with the 



Heart, the higher ranking of the Are. rr^turn his King of Hearts. dl.s- 
two. West passing. North, with a card thereon his lo.slng Club, trump 
powerful seven-card Spade suit and a C'luh In his own hand, trump n 
no defence against an adverse suit Diamond In Dummy and discard hli 
bid. or support for partner's Heart remaining Diamond OA ' 
'her than In Spades, takes out ylth | of Hearta. 



3.— The annual 



raised fOr mtgrioM. TMal raeolpts. 

$246. 

Rev. W. F. Burns, who presided for 
tho election of officers, congratu- 
lated the league on the success of 
the year Just closed. OfTlcers-elect 
for 1930 are: President. MLss M. 



DUNCAN. Jan 

meeting of the Young People's ; Burkholder; C E vice-president. 
League of the United Church was Miss A McEwan; ml.s.sionary vice- 
held in the leaguo rf>oms on Tuesday president Ml.ss O, Owens; literary 
evening, thirty members attending vice-president, Miss M. Herd; cltl- 
Reports were given by the retiring zenshlp vice-president. Maurice 



4;1S. studio praaramaM. <;ll to 4rfle. 

tHnlal talk 4 30 to 5. Duo Disc pro- 
Siammr » to 8 IS, Enna Jettlrk t \i to 
S It. OolUer Hour 6 1» to 7 IS. Atwater 
Kant Haw. 7:U to 7 45. studebaker pro- 
SimBuaa. T:4t to • is. Baker's Xnna Jat- 
tleka. to • 10. Baby s Boudoir. S:SS 

%o 9, VMa Olll Players 9 to t M, ■arean 
prMramine » 30 to lo. Valiant fntum- 
rars 10 lo 11 i.tit> Bvmphony Ofahaaira 
11 to 13. Pox Hollywood organ. 

KOMO, BaaUla, Waaa. < SM. I ai > n70h ) - 
» am., Ortan raeltal. 10. International 
lilblr fltuSants' Assoriatlon ll, Luclla 
lolinaoM. piano: O. Donald Clray, baritone. 
11:18. Plymouth Conireistlotial Church 
IS:U p m . National Youth Conferenre 1. 
OMUMSral Hour. I. Artistic Bnsembla 
l:ML awMUw aaneart. I:M. arttttle an- 
«afl»ala. 4. Knaleal prearamma 4 M. Duo 
nisr proaramme 6, Enna Jettlrk Melodies 
5 IS. follirr ■ Hour a l^. At*»t»r Ki'nt 
proaramme. 1:U. atudebskrr Chsmpions 
1:4t. ArUalla iBaaaiaia i. pint riniirh 

a(' Christ, Setaatlat. t. Borden Mllk pro- 
• :M. Reader's Oulde lo. Oay 



iiour. 



Olaaalea. 
KTA. I 



IT A. San Pranelaee. Pal. 't4S.«n: Itmh) 
— e to 9 10 am. Recorded prosrstnme 
t:SS lo 10. Popular proaramme lo to 
1«;M. PaatUar raaoreinas. lo to to ii le. 
aanl-elaaaleat recorSInt:* 11 so to it. 

PopuUr rernrtlrd pro«r«nime 11 tO 1:1( 
P.M. '''.'1 'li Mnty i f'huirh nerTleaa. 1:IS 
to 8 Jfl. Hernr.llnn (1 JO In 7. Pnpulsr re- 
(■"tded i>r"f I .\ir nio 7 In I. Pscini- Aitutu 
Trio. • to 0, Services from Old St. Mary's 
Cltareh t ta Mk Trta. vtUi NalUa Wren. 
IS ta 11. Daaaa raaeHliisa, ii to 



'&So. 




H' 



Sanda. S to 1 30. organ ic^rltsl 3 JO to 4. 
Allea Blita and Kmmrt Dorman In Joint 
recital. 4 to S. musical appreciation hoar. 
B to a Ohapal of Chimes 6 to 6 SO. Bnina- 
wleli Hour S SO lo 7. TIndall lecture 7 
to 7:90. Joan Ray. contralto. Jsnr 8 Sands, 
pianist. 7:S0 to 0 30. church aervlcea. 9 SO 
to 10. dance records. 10 to II, SOvar Nip- 
per dance band 

KnU Halt l«ke City. ITIak (tSS.Sni 
ll.Vihi 12 noo". The Friendly Hour 1. 
Latter Day Saint servloaa from the Taber- 
naala. a:Se. vaaal and laatninental en- 
aambla. S, mutual hour. S:io. studio pro- 
aramme 4, standard roncert 4 30. Bald- 
win Piano Company proaramii>r S. Krrha 
''tllck Melodies 8 15. Collier's Hour 8 18. 
M water Kant Hour. 7, PIrxt Presbyterian 

hurch aarrleea. 7:10, Roman Caiholir 
(llarouraa. S. Latter Day Saints chnrr), 
wrvlcas l:SO. telavlalon concert 9. nor 
den's concert hour. 9 to. ft»h 
10:30. request hour 

KPI. l.,os Anseles. Cal. i4M..'im; A4nkl— 
10 am. Loa Ansalaa raSeraUon pro 
tramme 10 50. Christian Belance church 
•ervlees J, Salvation Army Band 4. 
Oenevleve Behrenrt, Science of IJfe " 4 SO 
Leila Caatbera. Advanced Thouaht " 5, 
■ana Jattick IcaiaSlaa. •:U. CoUlar Hour 
4:18. Atwatar Kant proaramma. 7:18, 
Studebaker Ohaaplaaa S. AaaUaa ataaa 
r'cit.r 0. B»r«aa prasraina, le. dSSca 
orchestra. 

KOA. Daavar, Cal*. <mi tm . aaok)— 
J to S:Se p m . Oathalle Radio Society 
a SO to 1, NBC prostmsuM. S to S SO, 
Automatic waxhers t:M to 4. In tba Spot- 
Uaht 4 to 4 JO Heroes of tha World 4 SO 
to 6. At the Baldwin 8 to 5 15. Knna 
Jattick Melodler 41:18 to 6 18. Collier < 
Radio Haur. 0:14 to 7:14, Atwatar Kent 
concert. 7 IS to 7 48. etudabaker Cham- 
pions 7 45 to S l.^. .Siinrtar at Seth Par- 
kor » 8 IS to R 4^ 1 ii» fiolltaire Cowboys 
L"*' * Poater. barl'one 

• *• *J*' Borden s Mllk Oompany 9 SO 
to IS. Tha Raadar'a Oulda lO to 11. The 
Oay Claaalaa. 

KPO. Saa PVaaalBea. Cal (44a.9aii asafe) 

4 to 9:48 am. Sabbath Hour 9 45 to 
10 45, church services, lo 45. church serv- 
ices 10 46, Bank of America of California 
I lo 3, KPO Solon Orcheatra. S to 3 so. 
Theodore Rtrona JSO to I:t0. Sunday 

iSTn?" ***.*' '««««olana and 

KmUla MeCormack, pisnui 4 to 4 so 

p^lr.rv^o^•?8. v.;. 'Ji^in* ■^^""' 

8 15 to • 18, Collier Hour • is to 7 15. 
Atwater Kent proaramme 7 15 to 8 eya- 
nlne mcnlcale 8 to 9 30, Mcndeiaaohn 

• *Jl*5V nmnmt. w le le sa 



10 to 11. KPO strlni quintette 11 to 13 
midnlaht. Norman's Ban Pranelacans. 

KOA. Daa?ar. Oato^ (SSLSmi SSSkl— 
I to 1:10 p m.. Uonnen Tabamacla Choir 

4 48. road report.* 4 48. Westminster 
chimes 4 SO to ri. Johnny Muskrnt 5 to 

5 85. Brown Palace Hotel Orchestra. 8:85 
to 4, Battar Bualnaaa Bureau. 6 to S SO, 
Bdlson proaramme 6 SO to 7, oeneral 
Motors fsmlly hour 7 to 7 30. Stromb-r«- 
Carlson proaramme 7 30 to 8. Empire 
Builders. • to 8.30, Supreme Serenadcrs 
4:M to S;4S, Amaa 'n' Andy. 8 45 to o. 
novalty proaramme. I to 4:101 Tha Voice 
of Plrestone 9 JO to IS, KOA Slftas trio 
10 to.in jn ihrmiah Up Plraolaee. ISrSo 




Stanford SrIentNt Isolntrsi (^'aroUn, 
the Bed Pigment, in Leavaa 



Bur^es:> Bedtime Stories 

Spooky Becomes Dissatisfied 

Hy TH()F<N rON U . BURGESS 



Whatever we may do or .say 
Aflacti another In some way. 
—Drummer the Woodpecker. 

Spooky the Screech Owl had lived 
a long time in Fanner Brown's or- 
chard. He had lived In one place In 
that orchard for a long time. Ever 
since he had first come to the Old 
Orchard his home had been In a 
cer'nln hollow in the tnink of a cer- 
tain apple tree. Tiierr» .Spooky and 
Mrs. Spooky had lal.srd .several 
families. Usually after the house- 
hold cares were over Mrs. Spooky 
would go off by herself. She had 
a certain secret hollow of her own. 
whlcl) not even Spooky knew about. 

Spooky always h4Ml been entirely 
satl.sfled with that home. He never 
could see any sense In con.stantly He had lived In one pUcc in that 
wanting to change. A change wa.s Orrhard far a lo4l« 44| ^, 

the la-st thing In the world that ~T 

Spooky would dream of wanting ' 

Spooky la one of those who likes to ''^^ FY«"' trying to 




officers of the work of the different 
departmenta. Miss O. Owens, in her 
prMldential report, referred to the 
succwful plays presented during the 

year, the gift of a Int from Mr. Peter 
Campbell for a tennis court, and 
the making of the court, w liicli uixs 
much enjoyed during the Summer; 
purrha.se of twenty Bibles for use 
in the church. Miss Owens also 
thanked tha asecutlTe and members 
for their co-operation during her 
term of office. The treasurer re- 
ported an increa.se in the recelpt.s for 



Flett: social viee-president. Miss H. 
Manna: recreation convenor, Arnold 
Flett; secretary. Miss A. Burkholder; 
trea.surer, Ernest Flett; brganlst, 

Ml.ss H Maln.s; pre.ss reporter, (ler- 
ald r''rf>vost At the conclusion of 
the liiiMncs.s f.e.s.slon adJournm»>nt 
wa.5 made to the Church Hall, where 
group games were supervised by 
Miss Owens and Mr. Burkholder. In 
the C4tl«ndar contest B. Flett an<r 
W. Burkholder were wlnner-s Ite 



ducted by Mr. Burns, who gave a 
brief addrexs. The service cloaed at 
midnight with greetings to the NtW 
Year. On Monday, January «, an 
Inatallatlon mrrtM will be held. 

SILVER MARKET 

LONDON, Jan. 8. — Btr MVtT 

21 ft-ltid per ounce. 

NEW YORK. Jan. 3.— Bar lltffr 
46 3-8. Mexican doUara Mft«t. 

SEVEN INJURED IN 
STREE T EXP LOSION 

SANTA OLARA. Cal.. Jan. i — 

Seven persons wrrr injured, one 
probably fatally, in nn explo.sion on 
the main street here to.lny which 
wiped out the front.s of st>ven st.<jre.s. 

Tlic explo.sion. whicli wa.s felt tn-er 
a \vU\i- ftren and broke windows fgr 
.several block.s around, 



freshments were served bv tlip have " becii " 'cau^a" by l!i*t!!£f^ 
ladles BeKlnnlng at 11 ^0. Ihe an- ciniuhil Ion ot IM In tSI MaSZT 
1929 over previous years; $46 being | nual watch night service was con- Pharmacy. naawwii 




Vancouver Island Coaeh Lines, Ltd. 



**We Cover 

tho ' 
inland** 



H'*niehow. 



MtHuhiys Programme 

eyenlnt 1 

e eioMna win Se uren for th. best name fa 



rrr T \ici»ru. n.r. i478»ai a.tak> 

'to s m The mornlna market 
fraoi the stoekrooot 8 p m . Th 
aMrtia t laela Mana from the stud 

UMitn^n tm OfOT arlll enjoy tha foUow 

- « raaMSi randarad kp tha aaaaaa 
'•• '>«8liaa8ea- Ttia orartaro ta "Um 

' ■ ■ '•■ddla" 



»•* 1« "n^a not 

priaa 




<OC( 



^ - mtwtm Utla arin 

PTfoamanea 

iSr 1 aa .T ; JJ"**" ■ M»aaalne of the 
i lo raa * I' Vaaabood. 

•T^« lUJ.., ^ .1^""* Tabernacle rhoir and 
-The oraan « 4) to s R.rn of Um M>». t» 

selection Ws.hlnelon « ,^ . .n "'F* 



STANFORD UNIVERSITY, Dec 
28.— If carotin, a red pigment in the hl^^hlw'lro cn7ust m t^^ ^o*^*^ 

^aves of plants, proves to be, as ibe«n going. There are many people , '^♦'"1 "'''"^'>' " had seemed 

many scientists believe. Identical jn^g oJat ' j^t first Ne\crtt,cips,s. he was still 

with vitamin A. then ,science will ^ gon^e time j^f^ ^fgy^ d ■ n')-=fiefi hp RtlU mumbled and 

know more about this vitamin than 'spooky had noticed a crack in the ' '''""^ nothing, 

about any of the others through the | trunk of that tree. That crack i'^'^" ^ <'*"7 la ■<»• loam to 
exprrlmentatlon of Dr. J. H. c. opened right into the'hoUow which I •• nigtkt taavo 
Smith, of the local laboratory of the he caUed his home At first it was 

Carnegie XniUttttkm. |only a very thin crack It let in' You know, of OOM. that Spooky, 

Dr. Smith is a member of tha itafT just a very fine line of light Tliat *^he other memberi ol his family 

Ls the wrtv he dlscoverr-d It Oradu- — family— does most of his 
allv thnt crack widened Now that sleeping by day. He is out and 
cold weather had come nnd Winter "bowt by night Rut when Spooky 
was at hand. Spookv f-uiid that It ■''^ J""'' round, bright Mr. Sun 
was no longer so comforUble In that ft ling ready ui t>egin his dally 
home of his as It used to be. 'When ''"^n^ >'P blue sky. 

Rough Brother North Wind was .^Poo^y '"-^ide his home, nloaly 
blowing hard the oold air irould Mttled for a long sleep. He dOMBt 
come whistling In through thati^'^ ^ toiat on durtag tte 

crack and Spooky had to fluff outj^^y^toJe He doeant know how many 
all his feathers to keep warm smaU folk come and peak Into his 
"I don t like It. ' muttered Spooky. **0<*^y hastily fly away. 

"I don't like It I don t see why thisl*> *t *• not surprising that Spooky 
tlon In the living organism a& any tree had to go and crack. Here <lWn't know when Drummer the 
other .single subnUnce. Although "^''''^ comfortable ever since i Woodpecker first began to work on 

It contains only two elements, earbon ^""^ f'rchard and I don't crack. You .see. Dnimmer 

and hydrogen. Ita ohcmieal siknicture l'"'"' t« m >\e nut I don't like this, knows that where wood i.- decayed 




' in n,,r 
iiuuitu Are 
Scmnie" 



Over the Malahal to Nanaimo DaiK at AM^ ItSO PaM. and 



working In the division of plant 

blologv of the Carnegie In.st.ltutlon 
at il.s new lalioratory on the Stan- 
ford campu.s He ha.s succeeded In 
Lsolntin;; .sufTlcient quantities Of the 
ycllox leaf pik'ment to tfttamlM Ita 



Diaoovared almost 100 yean agoi 

this pigment has been an enigma to 
chemists and phy,slologlsts through 
the century. It ha.s hern the basis 
for as much speculation bv bntnn- 
ists and physlologl.sts a.s to 



A Streak of Orange . . . 

The Staccato Hum o{ the Exhaust, a^i^ Gone! 

But 1 ho«e Who 5ee it Know What it and That It SignifiM 

The Best in Transpdrtatiiin . 



Victoria-Weet Saanlcb 

Victo ri a l id n ir.a—tfMT— 

Vtetoria-Ca r iawi m 
Bsy 

Victoria . CalWDod 



W« Operate on the Following Roitttt: 

Vkterla-Sooke-Jordsn River 
Victoria • Duncan - Ladjramitb- 

Nanaimo 

Duncan-Cowichan Lake 

Nanaimo - Cofteuay- 

Und 



Nanaimo- AtbernI Port Alberfll 
Courtenay-Campbell River 
Port Albemi-Oreac 



For PricM and laloraMtioa PfcoM MM or 92tl 



jrr^>. . . «, to r o.;;r".i" Mot'rr^'"^'""' 



~Taaiar Lavar* Cwiai; 
Muitaar" ftiOaaal; tha avar- 

'■^ • -J i»«n • 'l4»rhnar> 

* ' " * #r»-.«»t period 

oli.s .11 ."juTi HsTorr • Oar- 
the nAiriel ve«t|,er r«l^rt 
■aarap aook . tha Waat 




T IO 7 .a. etromber.~Carr.o"pri;riS2 
7:>0 to a Bmplra Bulldera nuTi^ 

■mU OrmphoMltrta • ae to a «<t Amo. 
Andv . ,„ . ,« vo,.. ofVraMo^e 
to ift ni. cissr Band 10 
"Thro'ish Mr niaiilaaa. 

Musir Bos 11 la It aaanm. 

ra. --- 



has bafflad sclantiata for all these 
years. Baaldea this fonetlon as a 

Vltaroln, thcaa Investigations con.itl- 
tute also a contribution to the blol- 
ogL*! s understanding of photosyn- 
thesia, that mysterious process by 
which a plant Uke* poeeeslon of the 
sun's energy aod tuma it lato.food 
It baa Boi jrtt ban oatabOshed 



I guess I've got to do lomothlng ^ simoat certain to find worms 
about it If thla erack gati anyi"** ^^'^^"^ "r eggs ct ' 
biggar lU haw to move. X suppose | ^ Drummer notload tha 

I can staad tt tba way It te. but Ic^ck In tha trunk at the i^pis tna 
If this crack gals Uggcr I wm t have «hera Spooky ll«a« be baM^tt 1»- 
any comfort at all. 'Well, while i m ^^astlgate. And. Jwt as he n^gOlHl, 
out hunting I II lo<ik around and 'cund some wood borers In there, 
•ee If there are any good vacant ®** hammered away until he had 
tenemenU " cut them out and In doing this, of 

Habit Is habit and \ery hard to ''<^»"'se he wirier M the crack in the 



n' 
• M 

to 10 ta 

W-Je «e 11. Tha 



f^^". '"^•'"^''-al break .Spooky was so in the habit tree Hut . k luln t know this 



oompouada. Tha dctarmination of 
the (Aicmlcal .structure of any sub- 
stance which exhlblLs vitamin ae- 
tlvlty aervp.^ ns nu irnporlaii' nid 

direct contribution to this branch of 



of cnmtn;; straight back to his home he knew was 
when he was through batttlag that aatltflad far 
he continued to do so wltbout 1ooIe> 
ing for a new home. Bs was getting 
used to that etaok. Be was getting 
used to taaYint tba eoid air 



i If was dlB- 



Gtan^rlfblt SfNt T. W. 



Tho next story: "tpooltrs Slatp U 

I Disturbed." 



WL AR£ YfiJLOWAY 
to 



SeatUe to Portland 



AGENTS 
Coaat to Coaat 

Seattle to San Prancifco * 



Seattle to Lot Anfelea 
(via Sacramento) 



Seattle to Loa Angelea 
(via San Franciaco) 



:i ickets to Any Yeliowajr i::omts on Sale at Our Offices 



THAT CERTAIN PARTY 



THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA. B.C. SATLRiJAV, JAM AkV 4 1 J<n 



Boy 6 Will Be Boys! 



By Jack Wilbelm 



ITHIWK H"'! , TlGHT» 




KRAZY KAT 



1 



POLLY AND HER PALS 



B /tere t/tu l^ritieipal Won't Collect ItUereU 



5UCH /A C>tK''''>UL; 



By Cliff Sterrett 




TILLIE THE TOILER 




Thrilling Words 



By Westover 



you '12^ VioV A' 



OAI^OEM , VOu . L A . I I HIM MB 

•^TfiMOe AMD VcO'S- 
"S.or To 'ShOWJ 

•SOME ACTlOW 



OP THe 



sere HIM , HB 



S'MATTli.R POP 

r 




But I'M 





l^iliitg Dogs CanH Bark 





EMBARRASSING MOMI^^N 15 



lis " '!lll!Hi"^M*, 



By C.AL Payne 




SHOW GIRj;^ 




v . :Li!:l|rilMlllll llMHIllillll!ll[limiTT. 





I 



!LliiHilWllliHHIiiilnimwii,uumiuiiii.iiiiia 




Not So Dumb 





w r 

become: or f thimg , 



vvr ■ \ 
I DON 

( TO become: or y THfWG W^",^ \ 
!\THI^ (GENERATION/ AKjr) , i / 



SKIPPY 




I thatp 



By J. t. McEvoy and J. H. Striebel 




i4 G<Mid iieed Per Day 




[just like a woman 



I WWAT 
IS 

V IT? 



By Percy JU Croaby 





8h« 'who hM rrjtrtii 
hops this imi*t 



to our frtondahip. 
R«: Oh. no. Kxoipl tlMt ft 

cost nM fo much 

ready for on# 



A 
coma 



NFVKR riNlVEO 
Ou8 Hr,nni»nberK. wraatllnff rham- 
Pl^. rJalm* tnnt hla •houldn-n have 
^..iK.. .i , Plnn«'d to a mat. hi« 

■■ntnat tfi- f ,0 ,nr will only AvU-n- unng the rmUt of a 



THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA. B.C SATl RDW, JANUARY 4. vm 



COLONI3T DAILY COMIC FEATURE 









But Gorib 3TW< own^f prom y^mst. ^o^ <w 

ve GO To tieR MooFtes I Htxyoe 

DOT o«.eRC» vj^ UP I I COULt>4'T CiO CHitI> 






The K^feeiij 




' f.V HOWBTl 




OUT To LUMCV40 






So xou DON'T 
KklCK tiCR SHUFFLES 



Dot Xou vss 








>C5 -« 



LUMNirV I HM rr. Siif 

Jfou Got Dod-uottgi 








/ MYl «iVGMT ou\o' 



SKEEKUMS! 






I 











I ii fiprid h Given Credit 
Of Beiikix Sponsipr lo Bifi 
Pacific Hdlibul Industry 



Empress of Asia Is Due This Afternoon 



In • recent Lvup f>f 'ji.c !),tii, 

IfeWS, of PrifiM- IM()vM. Ml fl H 
ClpUKh. of \.\-r .[i\i'r. rlaliriH cretli' 
tor havliiK .•ilai- .l the halibut Ul- 

duMiv of the f.i. iM. ( 'oMt ftt Vic- 
toria with the late Cajptftia JaoM 
Antfenoo. 

Mr. Oleuffh any! la bis btUr to 

the paper: 

H. Ill fory of the halibut flsblng 
on tii<> Hrftiah Columbia Coaat In 
Eomr of the local press. I Mt bwi- 
slderabia about who ttarlid tfte 
haJlbut ftebhig. I would ttlw to teU 
tome things that have not beou 



■ ■• the pa\ll:),; i:f *.\ a f^Mi 

IV 111'' schooner ^liaclntr is 

U' w, , to inf» I knew Captain Foot 
and never knew him or the Mlacblef 
to be In thf halibut bualnew. Cap- 
ti^>lte( want down with the 
liland^ In Alaskan waters. We 
pBld 2'i cfMi-s , f-' our halibut, 

snpplviriK I' >,i' K' 11 ai.^l h'.ii'fi and 
two Norwf'b'inns n.ulr J, 1 ;sn (.u)i for 
two inonth.s i):..; Wlat.er. Tliey 
iiero hifh-llnti . 

' AGENT AT BOSTON 

"The Atlantic Hnlibiit foinpaiiy 
wa-s our agent in Boston an i our 



told, and correct some moet «rrone- nr.st eight «hlpment3 net ted us 
" ' ' ' $40,000. Our next six .shlpmcnUi 



ou.s statements As to whether 
Cnptam Cook t'ot lialibut or not I 
cannot sn\ . r waa not In the 
bu.slncsa until l«'J4 

"Some tlni? nhout the middle of 
September of that year I ntct Cap- 
tain Jim Anderaon, of Vanc^var, In 
the Ocoldcittal Hotel In Victoria. 
Captain Jlm waa a big, broMy fish- 
erman, born in the marltimes. went 
before the mast at fourteen, fishing 
niai k( rel out of Gloucester, Mass. 
He advised mc of Uxe wealth to be 
mude irorn liahbut. and I was not 
hard to convhice. for I already knew, 
and I Joined him In forming a com- 
pany, the Victoria Ftahlng de Trad- 
ing Company, and In ten days we 
got subscribed about $10,000 In Vic- 
toria, and by such men a.s Munsey. 
Hall. Leiser, Uun-sniun-, (ioodacre. 
Oroft. Hlnton Hrr>fher.. Pat Hlckey, 
and Maj-vin. 

CHARTER ISABELLE 

"We chartered from the 



lost us the whole thing. By the 
middle of February, The Oftpe Cod 
News said the Padflc CoMt halibut 
had tied up eighty sailing vessels 
in Boston HatW. At that' time I 
shipped six cars of n.sh at a lo^s of i 
$8,000 on one shipment T^ie dav ) 
our fli»h arrived, they sold at 3 1-2 
cents per pound and were 'quoted 
so in the Gloucester paper, and two 
days after, quotAtlons were 13 cents 
a pound. We were syiUmetlrelly 
'don& by our acents In a moat bare- 
faced manner 

■In the Pall of 95. three men 'I 
have forgotten all their names i. 
came from Boston, chartered llie 
Thistle and got our gear end dories. 
This equipment I have no recollec- 
tion of ever havteg been pftld for. 
They also got two more boats, the 
CapIIano and the Coqultlam. and 
those men. I believe, represented a 
late ' combination of the Atlanilr and 




mm mm 

IN [Ml tASt 

Motor Cruiser Chiquila and 
Famous Lillehorn In- 
volved in Prosecution at 
Los Angeles 



Kilird \t\ ( .oa.slijuards 
W liile iu Muiurbottl 



w il^^"' w Si!^"^^'"*. NagasaH. Kobe and Yokohama. R.M.S. Bmofeei of Aeia Is Eaoeeted 

at William Head Quarantm c Station Noon Todey. Accor^ini t o Mr. L. i)/ 

"Hour Later. 



James Dunsniuir the .slde-wheeler New England halibut ^ompanl(•^ oi 

I.sabflle nnd a steam .srhf>oner, the Boaton. They fished the .sea.sons ol 

ThLstle. I rcmr>deled the I.sabelle '95 and '96, and I think it was In '91 

into a barge, with a dre.sMng shed that two vessels, one called the New 



and dining-room. The boat was 
used as a home for the fUbermen 
at Ooshen Harbor, while the Thistle, 



England, were brought from the 
East and put on the trade here 
"To Victoria belongs the credit of 

Tlie 



fJlL '^'•-P.*** ^""^ having started the industry . 

forth with our nsh and supplies | nrst company was of that port and 

' "''^ '^l^o the vessels, and I am Mtlsfled 



Ocean and Coastwise Movements 



Vessel Movements 



87 a:id 08 ran l>e t.aken with a big 
Kiam ol salt, and the discovery of 
the ll.sli Eldorado by Americans Is 
a myth 

"In 1884 I shipped halibut to Bos- 
ton, shlpplnf from the pwts of 
Vancouver. Beattle and Taooma. 
The best ntte and the best terms 

of nnv of the three pdrts wa.s lu 
Tacomu. Railroad men and custom.'j 
officers there wer<? gentlemei i le 



satisfied 

that we were the first company to 
ship nsh In any quMiUty Acroee the 
continent, and we were also the 
people who were the means of the 

New England people coming here 
and starting. They owe their 



BrATTLK. Jin J Arrived Adralrtl 
Rocpri. AlMk*: 8an ClPKientr. Ban Ptdro. 
T»-om»: Dfroeli*. Lot Angeles: Uala. 

Honolulu Sailed Mauna Ata, Honolulu. 
Florida Miru, Yokohama: Moxlean. Robert 

LuoKftihRcli. Bcston Emma Alexandrr. Ta- 
conm IMncnlooiia City. New York Doro'hv 
Wlntermotr. I.oe Anaelen; Arizona Maru. 
alWMhai: Paelfle Plor>eer. Olawon 

TAOOMA. Jan S Arrived Drrorlie. Los 
Anirles: Dorothy Wlntermoie, Lm An- 
gles Tusrnlooia City. Baltimore Sailed. 

, , . , Benr:nn»s. Vokohama: Contra Costa. Point 

knowledge of the halibut fishing on wnu: nerr«^t,f. 8<.ttttir jaur .Nmi»°on i 
the Pacific Coast entirely to our *— ■- — - • • ' 



Sasland. Janu- 



17. 

OrtoBt, Jan- 



efTorts. 

"At that time, poor old CapUin 
Jim, a big, breesly buccaneer, could 
I iiot believe his frlf>rid , i.i no^ton 
aCLr ISLANDS SnVXCS would do him. but they did and they 

Eflectlve December 3, 1929, the , did H complete. Thl.s is one of my 
From Vli torla, 7.13 remembrances of business transac- 



Los Angela*. Ban Pedro. Loe Aacelaa: 
wuipolo. aattlaorti Oorathr WlBleroMit, 



SaatUe 

PORTLAND. Jan 



Arrived: Lewla 



PRESICINT CLEVILAND— Prom Orient, 
January M. 

PARTRxma— mm 

ary IS 

PACIPIC 
January IS. 

ar/ JJ. ^"WM. Mm- 

ORACIA— Vri 
PRESIOaiT 
uary J7. 

li^k'^^IS't*^ Orient. January :8 
AORANai-.yt«a BomIuIu and Antipo- 
des. J-\nuary 11. 

January II. * 

LONUO.M 
February 1 

AH ABi A MAItO-rNM Oflsat. fMniary i 
^^PRESIDENT TAn-rroei Ort^U Mk. 

MOVERIA — Prom Bmland. Pabnwry IS. 



I'LAil URRIER 
I'KOBLO 



LOS ANOELBS, Jan. 3.— Inter- 
cepted radio meisegee allegedly from 
the OoosoUdated CsportMrs' Cor- 
poration Ltd., of Canada, to the 

purported liquor runner Liiiehorn 
and tiie m^t.ir truls«'r (Jhiqiiit.i 
were Introduced a.s evidence at the 
hearing of libel proceedings agaln.st 
the Chlqult« betore United States; 
Con.mlMloner DftvM B. HWd, yes-< 
terday. 

The messages. In code, were Iden- n t ^Kt- t. ■t^^wNi. v lu 

tlfled by radio operators, who testl- fc-l^^'-^t »" OOWNLY, JR. 

fled they could identify the senders »•«••• p»»" H*a*«Ma». kuiee 

or the message.s by pr»cullaruies in in which h* »». 




CERTIFItAIES 
AKt SmOED 

Mr. N. W. Thompson and 
Mr. J. L. Lawrence of 
Marguerite and Louise 
Sutfer From Decision 



VESSEL CAPTAINS 
BOTH EXONERATED 



fUrd on a BMiarbeat 
iu!.irv( Be*r naffalo. 

their operation of radio transinl^sion o««acy waa auder * mdieiMaat la a 

. — Cderrtefci. ise*. 




BBATR or ONE AND INJURY TO 
rOLR FOLLOWS SAN 

PBDBo muc 



Luck«nbaeh. Boeton: Catherine O. Sadden. ! pacthi^ t»ANfiwa~ "i _"T""7"_*."' 

Wlllapa. Kekoskf,. Los An»Hfs: Henry 8 -..',5 1*^ RANdER Prom England. Ftb- 



Bwalng Torpeatlae Pel mm* Oaee- 
Um SB Water Cmm* 
or MMM 



Instruments. 

Defence attorneys objected to the 
Introduction of the messages, which 
were Interpreted as directions to the 
Llllehom and Chlqulta to fill de- 
livery orders alonf the Southern 
California coast. 

Coastguard offloers te.<*tifted they 
captured the Chlqulta after she had 
been em]>tied of contraband otl 
Magu Lagoon, declaring they knew 
from tapping of the ether currents 
that liM Chlqulta was plying be- 
tween the Llllehom. lying at anchor 
•eventy>flve miles oft the coa.st. nnd 
appointed points on the .%hore. w here 
the Canadian firm, allegedly at the 
head of the smugglliiR operation, 
had Informed the ship rum run- 
ners would be waiting lor Uquor 
with trucks. 

Commissioner Head admitted the 
testimony, on the groimds Coast- 
guard operators qualified n.s "radio 
experts" and their testimony wa.s as 
reliable a.s tJiat of handwriting ex- 
per" T' . ' ■ 1 ■ :■ ' • ' ■ 'ng. 



IMI-ACI mows mm\ 



OTTAWA. Jan. 3.— Suspension of 
'if^ mate's certificates for six 
inoiiih.s of Mr N W. Thompson, 
first officer of the 8s Princess Mar- 
guerite, and of Mr J. L. Lawrence, 
first officer of the 8s. Princess 
I'oulse, Is decreed In a Judgment 
! svnded down by Captain L. A. 
Demon, Dominion Wreck Commto- 
stoner. today. 

Captain Demers Inquired into the 
collision between thise ships, 
which occurred «>.t.>i)fi j»i last 
In Haro Strait, ofl San Juan Island. 
The ma.sters of the vessels. Captain 
R. A. Hunter, of Be. Prlnoees Mar- 
guerite, and CapUin N. J. Btemer. 
of the 8a. Prlnceas ~, 
exonerated from blame. 





i; K Y B O \ I \N I! I 1 \ M 
llhAKST ( KAhUlCtt INTO 
TK.BOAT MirrVAL 



Peg la Harbor of New York 
for Marine 

Mishap 



Orovc. Baltlmorr. Oakmar. Baltimore: Ad- 
miml Farmaut, Los Angeles aatled; 



service will be 

am Monday, to (ianj^ps via the 
(iiiif Islantls From Uanges, 7 a.m. 
lii.vs(l;iy. to Victoria via th5 OiUf 
Isiandj. From Victoria, 7:15 ajn. 
Wednesday, to Qaugos, retiumlttg 
same day. From Vlotoite^;lf aJB. 
r-.ursday,. to Oangee via Ihj Oolf 
Istends. Prom Oanges. 7 ajn. Prt- 
dsy, to Vancouver via the Gulf 
Islands. Prom Vancouver, 7:15 a.m. 
Saturday, to Victoria via the Oulf 
Islands. The Ss PrUi' n.s.-» Koyal will 
leave \lctorin. ;i am. T-iesday, to 
Vancouver v!:i the Oulf Islands. 



tion.s with our enterprise, and our 
agents in the East while encourag- 
ing us with good reporu In their 
letters, my private Informatoln told 
me that we vera being deliberately 
led to Um slaughter by our-agents. 
I would like to hear from some who 



mlral aenaon. i ' r . ,1 

AKItlVEO 

MADRAS,' Jan. 1. — BUvtr Mm. Ban 

' Pranclaeo 

were In the buslnebs at that fmie. ' N«w York. Jan. S.-^telo. Ban Pedro 
if they are .still in the land of the SHANOHAI, Jan. aiMltaa. Vancouver' 
lIvlnK. bui ttiev were tii businesa Irf ""anokaI. Jan. a.-OeMm Rine. San 

pvaneiaeo. 

MAMtXiA. Jan " Tndrpendmes. San 



larv 15 

IX If IN From Orient. Pebruary It 
PKESIDENT JIPrEHSON Prom Orient 
Wsrwlrl- In, AMcrlr-; Prhryahpn. AntWatp; ! Frbruar./ J« <Jrieni. 

J C Pi:jslmmon.v Los Anaelra j AKIZUNA MARU— Prom Orient. Febru. 

SAW niAKCZSCO, Jan I. - Arrivad: I S5. "fem. rwu- 

Oaorslan. Aatorta; Admiral WaUon, flan ! NIAOAKA— rron Honolulu and AnUno. 

Pedro Sallrrl relllo. Portland: Lo» An F«bruarT it. 

■eles. Ventura AU.ikin. Bnilon Prr.Mdent CMPRX8S OF MiaBA— VMM Oflsal. 
Jafferaon, Manila f^nu joar. crtatobal; Ad- ^^'<^-^ i 

' - PACIPIO OROVg — 

March 1. 



WIST COAST SlftinCI 

The 8s. Princess Maqulnn\ wii; 
leave for Port Alice and way poinu 
the 1st. lltb and SM el mm 

month 



a much smaller way than we were, 
and although I knew them at the 
time, my memory now does not re- 
call their namec" ' 

ANltPUULSFOKIS 



PRX8IOCNT LINCOIJ* 
March 10. 

KMPRISS OP ASIA 
March 31. 



Prom 



OrlMM, 

Orient. 



frBMsftoaer* 

SAN FRANCISCO 

if W HOTEL 

STEWART 

Oa 0*ary Rtr*«^ fnet off TTWen 
Si'iivrn, cinti t« t>«»t stoma, rmfea. 
tiiaatfaa. Oood ara-i>iruii<><1«UoBa at 
modarato ntao. hmx knows Moala 
In TTaltad fltetaa Bfokfaal SOo. 
fiOr, Trx-; I.nnnh (. ' (Hiinilafa 
7 w i , Dliiofir tl iHiin.luT* t '.'-f') . 
Muoidpat ear paaaaa door. Burmmrt 
Hni n eSB enJaa aa<1 eteunara. 
AdTlaabla to maka raaarraUoaa ta 
».'.v»n(^a of arrlraL 



Liner 



itiiuKs IIK 
I npvrntful 

Voyage 



>'<iMeii(ers 




raoM .sAi.NT loiis 
Ta Ot aaaaw aa W aat i.iTera— i 

" » DuchCM of York 

»« M.llta 

>2iL " Montroea 

tfS^ 7, tMar 7 uini 
m. t«. Mar 14 M< 
tNot caUUM at BaUaat 
To CU s ^a an - taaSa a 

J.n )l. Mar 1 Mata.ama 

Ta » fc.-!.— »--— r'-m Hia>n_ 

Uauta 



rrb 20 



FROM VA.Nf Oirm 
In Hanalt-Jspan rhln^l 

•J..M M, Mar Cmpraaa of Aaia 

•iM> l.^ -Ai.i 17.. Kmpresa vt CanMa 
• of Russia 

•all at aMMltttu 



*Mar •. May I 



AMI? 



III 



Making an aatrtnlful voyage 
ffom the Antipodes and Honoiuhi, 
RMA. Niagara arrived St Rlthet 
piers In command of Commander T. 

V. Hill at 10 o'clock ye.^teidny morn- 
ing With forty first cla.ss passengers, 
twenty -seven second class and fifty - 
one third class. She left for Van- 
(ouver Ht noon after discharging 
ninety-five tons of cargo. 

Among those on board was Mr r 
Pitt, eighty-year-old New South 
Wales grazier and auctioneer, ac- 
companied, by his daughter, Mrs E. 
Smith, for a lengthy holiday In the 
United 8tate.s. Mr .nnd Mrs E. C. 
Parr, of London, on a honeymoon 
voyage around the world, Mr. H. J. 
F'lunkey. returning to N(% York 
nth his family after eeUbllshlng a 
soap factory at Sydney; Miss Bathie 
Stewart, who will make a tour of 
Canada and the United States, lec- 
turing on the lives and customs of 
Maoris; Mr. E J Cootc, aydmy 
Jeweler accompanied by his family, 
and Mr I, c - 
r"' -'' " i)<)rter. 



RAILED 

•ALTIMORE. Jan 3 Nelson Traveler. 
Ban Pedro; Den. M. H Sherman. Snn 
Pranclaeo. 

OLASOOW, Jan. 3. -Fresno 8Ur. San 
P rancl aeo. 

NSW YORK. Jan. S — Batdhlll. San 
Pedro: Lerant Arrow, Oan Pedro 

PANAMA CANAL. Jan t — PaK'^ed. bound 
we.^t Ch!nn Arrow. Ban Peflro Splrlta. 
Parin^- i>or'. . Wpri Ivi. .'-sm Pranclaeo; 
Pac'flc Ei^t'Tprl^e. Ban Fi mcjaro 

WKATHEB REPORT 

E8TFVAN ciewert SSOttlMat: ».BI: 40: 
moderate twall. 

PACHaw A e sm lli. iseWieasli 3S.N: ss; 

nodarate. 

CARMANAM— Rain: oast: ».»: noSorata 
■wall, 

OATC aaAUt-Overcaat: tmH, east- 
M.M; fMSb. 



AORANOT— Pram Honolulu and AntiDj. 
c!rs. Mareb N. 

TO DBFAST 

NIAOARA— For Kooolulu and Antli»ode». 
January I 

AFRICA MARt7— Por Orient. January in 
^^emnztioKA MARU-Por Orlaoi. Janu 



SAN PEDRO, Cel., Jan. I.— A 

court of inquiry today will convene 
aboard the U.S.8 Saratoga, giant 
naval aircraft carrier, to fix re- 
sponsibility for a gasoline fire which 
brought death to two men. iMmad 
four others, three of them seriously, 
destroyed a gig valued at $29,000 
and caused damage as yet unestl- 
mated to the starboard side of the 
carrier 

Commander A. C. Held, senior of- 
ficer of the Saratoga, said thif^re 
originated In a turpentine pot in a 
punt alongside the Saratoga, firmg 
the surface of the water which was 
covered with residue from a gaso- 
line compre.ss..r ptinip wluch was 
hc\ng . >nvf.1 .it-.^ ' '--aratoga. 



CRIIIfii K [ill 
DLKLLIililiTLD 



.'ill nin 

F(IK!>;!lVo!{!L\T 



Osalta bhoM-n Kaiah* |4nrr *fT 
Ugkt Paaaenger IM b«i 
Big Cargo 

Outbound for the Orient, the 
Osaka Shoeen Kalslm llner Ai ,7()na 
Maru arrived at Rithet piers n i ■ 
Seattle at 4 o'clock yesterday after- 
noon and departed at 4:ft9 in com- 
mand of Captain T. Yamagucht 

She carried one first cia.s.s pn.s 
senger. twelve third claas. fifty bags 
of Seattle mall, thirty-five bags from 
this port and 6.000 tons of Ivnber, 
wheat and automobiles 
Those on board were Mr and Mr,s 



Two Y« 

Best i;igMeen.Year-OM 



^ PRESIDENT QRANT-Por Orient. Janu CANADIAN RAN(,KR 

NOW TIKI) UP AT 



irr 

EMPRKSa or ASIA-Por Orlant. Janu- 

«rv H » 



Ortmt, 



WIRELESS BKPOBT 

'Estrvan, R p m . unless nlherwtaa StatOtf.) 

PRINCf»S MAQUINNA Al Matilda 
Creek I p m . northbound. 

PAciPir PH MI DKNT—ean Pranaiaeo for 
victoria, 430 miles off Vtetorla. 

TEIPUKYU MARO — Tancourer for 
Japan. S40 milea off SMaTaa. 

BONKINOTOK COURT Sap. Pertrn for 
Port Atbernl. 7*0 miles oIT Cape B»rI» 

CtXBA MARU— Japan for Portland. Jso 
mOss ail ISU« 



Prince 



PRESIDENT 
January St. 

YOKOKAIlCA 
ary 25 

AORANOI— Por Honolultt 

^> *tf ua I y i 

A1.ABAMA MARU Pnr Orient 
ary « 

PR! 
ruary 

EMPRBBS or OAWADA^Por 

Pebrusry H 

ARABIA MAKL- Por Orient. Pebruarr 11 
arP"""*^^ TAJT-Por Orient Vebru 

NIAOARA— Tor Maaolsiu 
March t. 

PRiaiDEMT 
March t 



Pebru- 



Orlent. 



TOKIO, Jan. 3.— The Imperial 
battle cruiser Hlei. which was 
launched In 1012. will be conipletely 
overhauled and re-equippi'd accord* 
Ing to an announcement hy the 
Naval Minister. The work; will begin 
thl.s month at the Kure naval 40Ck 
and win take two years. 

The cruiser was commissioned In 
October, 1913. and has been plaood 
on the reserva llat twlee. onee In 
1915 and again In 1925. For seven 
years the Hlel took an active part 

In the first line of nntlnnal defence. 

serving as the leading .ship of the 
seoood fleet. 



NEW YORK. Jan. 3.— Running 
blindly in a dense fog which threw 
her two miles off her course, the 
ferry-boat WlUlam R. Hearst 
crashed Into the tugboat Mutual at 
Beard's Drydock. Brooklyn, throwing 

eighteen men Into the water and I D H Christie Mr T r r-hri.n- 
injuring four of them seriously. j Mr Sukeya Shlmlxu. Mr. Soluto 
The tugboat, which was tied up at' Hiklca. Mr. Senjiro Tanaba Mr 
the breakwater._ sank shortly after Kyoklchi Takahashl. Mr 'Tbklo' 

Ji»t«umoto. Mr. Suekichi lUwabara 
Mr. Yortilo Akagl. Mr Toshlmori 
n^ragtKlll. Mr. Wasaburo Tmiolilya 
and Mr. Mttao Sawada. 



he collision. Captain Har^ 
nd the seven members of the crew 
uf the Mutual vere thrown over- 
board by the force of the impact, 
and ten drydock employees .stand- 
ing on the breakwater, were tossed 
Into the water 

Several other tugs, wbloh had tied 
up at the breakwater la ttM fog 
rescued all the men. 

The damage to the ferryboat, 
which had 150 passengers aboard, 
was^^^giV-eind she proceeded to a 



WINCE LINE ^ AMI 
IS NOW KIM / sa;v 



Shipping Informaiiom 



TIDES AT VICTOaiA 

JANUARV 

H M pt ,H M pt H M n.\mli V 

I W S.»|U:ie 8.1 

• «« s«|... 

i n • Tl . . 

I 0:3* I B| t'OI S 61. 

0 4» 4 tl • It 8 71 



m. Canadian Ranger is now at 
New Westminster, discharging 7,000 
BiDENT PirHx «_- ^ I tons of cargo from Eastern Canada 

BiDENT piERc»-Por Orient. Peb- 1 Consigned to Alberu polntj^ 

Canadian National Bteamshlps 
offlclals at Montreal issued InMriK 
Uons \ant Pali tJiat the Vancouver 

Montreal .service ,shlp,s 



For PtanHng Ship 



Antipodes. 
Oflsat. 



westbound i ^'""mff^ .shlpi while In port 

with freights for Interior British" """'^'"'" Tlip -steamship concern 



SKAITLE. .Jan 3 The Winge 
Line, operating from Seattle to the 
west coast of South America, is now 
known as the Knutsen Line. The 
fleet, comprising Norwegian freight- 
ers, is owned by Knut Knuteen. of 
Haugesund. Norway. The first ship 
to arrive here followlntr the change 
In name o! . . : , . 

Tosca. due Jai, h .viih general 
cargo for dlscharKe .she will load 

coast of South Amerlea. 



SAN FRANOIBCO. Jan. 
The United States Customs Court 
upheld the collector of customs ati] 
Honolulu in 

Oriental Line duty on labor per 



BMPRsas or noMU-nr 

March S. 

or ABU-fet (Msat 



IMPl _ 
ttersh ». 



CTOTED ETATCW AB MAH 

^f^HEDITIiB 

»ra» Tui„,, 
Eaitbouod and touiK-.,,. ,,.1 1. , ,,,,„,," 
in« euudar, eloaln« , , „ "«»ua. 



•>(i<f ivoiorraw. 



( VS. MOVEMENTS 

SEIUNEUR At 



lokohama ^!ani Will 
Arrive January 11 



rrarrwhere. of 

s. X. roasTsa 



C.r.a. SlaMia. 

u D. ontnuM 

OavaraoMal llrwt. VWMIte, Bc 



Inbound frwi the Orient, the 
Nippon Yusen Kaiaha Uner Yoko- 
hama Maru is expected her* on 
January 11, according to Mr. Alfred 
H. Hebb. The liner earrlaa one first 
eteas. passenger, elghty-slx tons of 
eari«, tity bales of raw silk and six 
caeee of dlk foods for Rithet pters. 

Outbound for the orient, the 
N V.K. liner -Shidzuota Mahi will sail 
from here on the afternoon of Jan- 
uary 11. 



CANAIlIA^ 

Rupert. 

CANADTAir WINNCR— At Prtnee Rupart. 

CAN Am AN MTtXKR— Due from Hallfaa. 
March 13 

CANADIAN PLAMTSn— At Vancouver. 
CANADtAM nAMCm — Al Wtm Wott- 

mlnster. 

CANADIAN rROaPBCTOR - aaUs from 
Vanoovtor lor HalUaa. January U. 



Columbia and Alberta, should dls 
charge at Praser River. Hiia (ives 
the ships a direct conneotlon with 
the OJTJl. traefts. and allows the 
saving of the switching charge from 
Vancouver to the C.N R line at Port 
Mann. It also creates another econ- 
omy, tn leaser cargo or harbor I 



was (■ha;«»"<i a ■'<> i)er cent ad va- 
lorem duty fur painting work done 
on the superstructure of one of lU 
ships, and appealed the case to the 



Taeaa Oar after tomorro*. 




Mr H B. BarUng. vlce-preMent 
>r the Chicago. MUwankee, St. Paul 
Pacific RaUway. Is egp^sted here 
I from Seattle today, aeaordlng lo Mr 

A. P. Chapman. Jr.. loeal Milwaukee 

agent. 



To California 

te»«is Nunshlna RpMclala' -so O^u 
fon ua. We w lo, i.,„ laio aSi. 

'ar MffW er»n mnr* altraelMa 

Victoria aalUaoa; 



KMMA 



>nu-* 
aol 
«S 



BftinSB MAILS 

SB MXOANTIO (dlnet)— Itoiu olooo 

December 31, I l.t p m. 

as. DUCHESS OP RICHMOND fdlrect> ^ 
Mails clo^e January 1. 7 IJ p rn 

as. BERBNOARIA 'via New York > 
Mall* eloaa Dacember 70 4 p tn 

aa. ocoRoa wabhinqton <\\» Nrv^ 

York)— MaUa cloee Janiwrr ■.4pm 

aa. BRtMBN (via Nav Tork< Ma.i. 
clos* January 4. 4 p m 

SS oiYMPlc via Ntw Tofk)— Malla 
cloee January i, 4 p m. 

Mall* (niandad for transmiasloa rM Mew 
Totk aheold feo so marked. 

ratosi eesi Is asai Sp «tooel 



ttsr elist 
Day anof 

Dar after 



Say. a.m 
ear 



HONOLULU MXlLS 
VTA BAM FRANOieoo — Malta eloaa 4 

pm . January 4. I. t. 11, l4. IT, M. U. 

}S and IS: Mbruary 1. S. S. II aaC II, 
SB mAOAnA-auils oMm Jsaeary e. 

i p m 

as KMPRiaa op *t*ft Man* sieoo 

January II. S p m, 
SS AORASoi-Maita elofk FMrearp i. 

5pm 

aa aMPRaea or oanaoa— Maus aio 
PeOraary t>. • »,m. 



Atlanla. Ocsryia 
I IS p.m. 

Auatia. Teiaa. TbirS mofnlos. IS M ■ — 
aoaloa. Maas.: ThMmSnSSi. I S * 

t,i« M. 

Oiarooiie Wro Tomorrow. 7:»s > - 
Okteasa. IU.. Day a»or tomorrow. Sam. 
OI«*«laa4. Obta: Oar after toaarrow. 

•Oallat. 
I to t« m 
Urnver. 
I kt a.ak 
otirolt. 
:i:«« »M. 

InSlanapoUs. tod.: 
1 U a.m. 

aaoeai city, uo 
S4S BA 

•Loa Ansalaa. caL. Tamorrow. a om. 
Miami. PJa.. Tait««M. 
Uinnrapoll*. MSsB.] 
row. 10 5« ass. 

MoniKai. 4jM.t tfeM ear. tiie 
New yafft. jtr: uae alls 

f 40 p B 

uluaha, Hta.] Bar allot 
;i J« a.m. 
Ottawa. Oat.: ThlrS race. 1 •* a ■. 
;rhuadeli Wa. Fa.: Day aftar lomart 

• ft» p m. 
PlttaOuytat Mki 

1 4» p.m. 
St. Uata Ms.1 

• 11 a m. 
at PauL Mia&a Uu mtttt 

:o 40 a m. 

*Sali Lake CNp. Otak r 
t:«o am 

aaa rrmacmao. oat 
SA. 

*§■■ Otoso. Cal; Tamaerow. is o m. I MalK eloaa a%> 

•rorooio. Oat.. Oa» altar tancrrn* ! far 9H am 

• am 

lastcaloa lo* lato fof aiyiSf^^OaliearT. 



ULA.NDS 

GANGES 

Malta eloaa at Vicioria -WrOneaday, Pn- 
Say, Sunday. 11 p.m. Turtdar. lO ie am 
Wedneaday. THuraday. t *i an. 

Mall* Sua at Vietom— Monday. Twaaday. 
WiSsssjsr. aatofoay atti ra ssa. fMeat. 

■ALT nri^ivt. f.i ,vT, 

Mall* cloa* at . r.- 

day. Pyieay. It y m ivicwia;, ,o jo • 
Wedoaaday. f:4S a.a*. 

MaU* duo at Ttetona— Monday. Wedoaa- 
Sat. aetefdap. 9nimt. v a4a 



Mr. T. Rawllnson. third officer In 
the employment of the B e Coast 
Steamship Bervtre, has left for 
Scotland to stand by In < ..imertlon 
.—. ^ with the bulldlna of Mi,, i- Mr»a««a 

Customs court, holding that the nuabeth and j„«n on the SI^? 

fter the launrhlngs shortly a num- 
ber of oCBcers will leave for asDolnt 



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« ^ r a roiMT 
Victoria— Prld« 
' • • ..ftorla Batumi 
yoKT WAilllNtiToN 
Mails close at Vlctoria -Bundar. Tbara- 
day. Prlday. 14 p.m. luaaday. le ao am 
Mall* dua al Victoria -Moodai . Botur- 
^•i afurooea. WrdtiesdaT, Prtdar mernlaa 
MAYMB 

Mall* close al \'.cti<r<» Aundar Wts- 
■••doy. Pridar. i . i i .•••itiBr. 10 JO a la 
^ MaUa ■tVlcioria Uwdoy.^oaday. 

^Jjjl*' Biidtaeoa. g|idBek SsAiaaoe. 

aai i« vo 

Malla close at vi.-t. • » " ndav. Wed- 
nrsdar. Pri(2*r. 1 1 p K T i,.^, " io a m 
Malla due al Victoria M . . irijay 
Tamorraw. tS:«S ! •*'«'«000. Prlday. Soturdar a(t*ini 

SATVBNA. eovra 



Mill Bay Ferry 

Service Stopped 
for a Few lliQrs 



QtlEKN CHAJILOTTE MAILS 

iHT'fttw» I>«cember 17, lua. 
niAPATf-n 
It PM January I. 6. 17. ao snd ai 

Paomayy S. !«. n and i» March a. i4 
17. fS aad SI. April II, 14. as and aa' 

DI'B 

7 A M I>e*eml>«r 17 January 17 aad 
11 reSruary 14 and 3S. MaptH i« ua M. 

Aptit n aaa ». -ia« .a. 



PACIFIC i.S.CO. 



t'NION STEAMSHIPS. LTD ' 

To AU B C Coaat IV nt. 
Waee Rupert. .vt»w*if, Auyot. 
Etc New Sfcamrra 



I Betaont BMfr 



ins 



T17KON AND ATIJN MAILS 

mnuar ■■. uao i 
Malls cla a * January a. 14 and 
via B*atllol. January •, 11 and PMrwayy 

t. I 14 p m '»la Vsnrirjrrr 

SIllPPINf. (AI.KNDAR 

Tn ABRIVt 
NIAOkARA Prom Honolulu and AnIlM. 
daa. JaBBory a. 

aSfPWMa or aaU-Pram onaau Jo*. 

uarv 4 

r\< iPto 
Januair 5 

Tat'rrw rr .fn Ot ru- rsrii«r» « 

VOKOUAUA MA«w-Pram onoat. Jaa- 



BIDS ARF. SOlJf.HI 

VA PICLIC WURK6 |^»isi£*'SMU2S 

The Federal Department of Piaailc 
Works is invitlnff tenders tar oarry- 
Ini out dredslnf operations In the 
Inaar harbor, near the Fotnt Rope 
Marine luilwn n'-i^^ win cicwe 

with the depa. nui;' ii- OM^wa on 
Jsnu.'-.rv 14 

.Specincatlorv.^ ruay be aoen at ttie 
otTlce of Mr J. P Forde. district en- 
Clneer for the dspartasesiL with 
head^Mftan te 
inir 



aCaU* due •> v -ntit — TtMOaap OflSf* 

noon. Batu rdsT mornlna 

MV80BAT8. WOBTW OAI.IAMO 

^»orU— Monday. * t> 
a.«. 

MBflf *w •* Vtetorla— Tvaaday -niraafa 

PKWDra tmtJisn 

Mails cinae at Vicloria Bunder Ptiday 
II am Tuaadar. If 10 an Thursdar' 
* 41 am 

ay. Tttoaday. 



duty was Illegally colleried 

The court. In its rlecl.tlon. .-^aid 
"Aa the prote.st.s In this rase ailege 
that the painting upon tlie vessels 
was maintenance painting per- 
formed for the purpoee of protect- 
ing the surface of the veesels and 
to keep tbam in a sanitary condi- 
tion, w« hold that the cost of such 

labor Is properly duf lable at (he rate 
I of 50 pe|- cent arl valorem, under 
the provi.sl. ns of .s< i ijon 460. tariff 
act of 1922 a« .-ihljxi' repairs." 

The AdiiiirAl Oriental Line raised 
the question as to whether or not 
the palntlnt of the superstructure 
of a vessel Is properly classified as 
ships* repairs. The court ruled that 
In the absence of any restricted 
meaning the word maintenance 
"<"int repairs, and i*as *'TtlaMa 

therefor 

Traffic Head Dieg 

Mr M J Coatello, Western trafBc 
manager for the Oreat Northern Make. f«r. tr r 
RaUway. died at St. Paul. Minn., at I iwiKiiii. V» i lo , 
1 ©clock yeetavday afternoon, ac- 
oordlna to word received by Mr Al- 
fred H. Hebb. O NJi, agent here. Mr 
CoBtello hi>'i been with tlia imlhisy 
over fifty years 



menu on the veesels, when they 
are brought round \o this Ooaat. 

OinofB.r Voru 



at t ».M. 



»^>H VAMCOUVKB 
O P.R •tceinrr ISBVSS 4MIM 
and 11 4S p m 

nioM vAffoomnn 

^ e.ra. atoamar arheaf daflr T a.a. aai 

rOB SBATTUI 
P P N st«emer arr1y„ dally at IS M . « 
c P R itoamor loayff dally «t S.al p^ 



09M. atoBMv arrtvM dafly at i i* 
NANAaso-fanoorvcR 

Prineaaa Claln* Is«tos l»analn.o dally 
WOPt Bundar T a.BI. a«d ta - - 
USVOf Vancouver le ,.„, ..^ J.^ I 
Oa tedart l«a**a Hs'^* ^ 
toavoo Varteeuver lo . 



II as to f'ae is o ti 
11 13 10 fliao ht oot 

f 44 Olf ll * » II 5f :« JiJt 41 0 i 
•:4d ftlOaO 8 ill 41 B 7 22 14 Of 
7:04 S.OI10:44 0 0114 41 0 f >2a 07 IS 

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I »;4a at ia.-ia a4|iT:04 rti . 

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I 0 sa sn B4SI •o|it:4s 4.T 3a:aa I a 

' 0 »» « 2 I U S lilt 41 a 01 

a ia • iii7:ao a n. 

0 a4 tiita at aii 

0 »o fa'tt 04 a il 

10 at 0 alio 40 i ti 

I S'lf 0)1 OrOa 0.0lll:d0 0.0 aoiis to 

I f aa oo> t ao o out 44 o tiao S 14 

« « s' » 10 * 712 js o.eHlt:ia 1 0 
" -7 s J i.vin B TMt:Se I.T 

" »' « » 10 10 foiia 4t o. «naaa s a 

aaad la Paelfla Btoadard for Mia 

laoth Meridian weet N l« emintvd from 
0 to J4 hour*, from midnleht to mldnleht 
Tlie Afurea for helaht serve to duiineiilsh 
iiM wator from low watar whrro blaqks 
oeeur In the Ubios. tha llda rises oy faU* 
eontlnuouair doytae twe SiMOSOMve OMSl 
period* without t«yatas. 

The hetaht I* la foot aai toaoie el a 
foot, meaeured froa the amaeo leeS'ef 

lower low water 

To And tha depth of watar oa ISe Sn 
of tha Baoalmalt drydoek at any IMo, aid 
too faat to tha Itoleht ef bleu waftr as 
above el ran 

To find the d>|)th of waf»' 'h* 
(h» BonBli»»< drrdock f ^ ^" tfi f. 
th* helaht of hith water ai a> Hiven.. 

SUNRISE AND srNSET 

jamTAftT. lose 

TUao 9t searloa aad auaaat (PaoMto 
atandard ttsM). at Vtotorla. B.0.< far Am 
th of Jaaaary. ION. 



riof art 



m, 

' o m and 
* ' *■ r m 
icavlnf 



camaMar Memo 



Montreal 
a t;o pjB 
standard 



iMrnuAU" 



Teacher: Johnny, why ««« you 
not at aalMal yasterdayr 
•Mswy: Please, miss, 
a Owwiml a t . and be teaches me 



, Vanemtvof- 
Tarento -Mdn trea 1 o on « 

"KOOTSWAY F f.sk v ,4^ 
•• ■• ' f ' .'''"Uon f1 ,1 V a ■ /•! J, ,,, 
yUMiUi VAUJlY LUCAU" 

dalir 

Vanrr-tv'-r TT'intlngda^ f4i 



TRANSPACIFIC MAILS 

f-HINA AND MPAH 
-AfUZONA MAPI: Malts rioee January 
a, 4 Pm Due at Yoknhaina January If 
•TriipAa«Da-MalU eloaa January f, 
IS p at. Dbo at Tokehams Jaauar* M 

OMirr-MBMs fidoa Janu- 
arr It. 4 pm DBS at — frflUm Jaaimre 
04 Bhanabal. Jeawarp H; »^ 
January II ■■"o. 

BMPBBBB OP Ama Malla close January 

ila-h2 if*"" »• 

■nanahai. Jaaaatr^<aSi ■BM BSM. Stt 

ruarf a. " 

pprmnK-TT- CUnrBLAND-afan* elM 
jan i.rr « pm. Tofcoliaias 



VKTUBIA roar AN(.»ir» 
P8W *toam^ Iroouol* u.r.. ,i,n, 
10 16 am. toaves Port An.,1,., d»:i, .t 



tjspsn Hone Koaa 
P'briisrT : Bhaofltal, 
Kona. Pebruary 14 



lit 



• IBUtan-Malla eloaa JOMary |y, f.ta 



BoBd. mriarv a» 

mainKNT PTSItcr-atall* elooa pm^ 
friary t 4 pm D«a at tT 
^rbruarr 11 Bhanehal. — 
Konf. Pabruary as 

* Jaeaa ealy 
ArwraauA amb 



a 0 am 



'--h • rr : 

•TAHm Mailt lose January W, d P m 
■ m e at W otllnfton Pvbruarr la 

ta iWa S-aaaU* alow Jaauarp ML 4 • m 
D«a al ardnay fMniary ta 

AomANriT Uaaa StBBf T^mh |, g 

pn .J Ao«aaoat Marwra Mt 

Brdnr; Marrh I 

E»alar'i1 mall only. 

lApatyaUa aiaU oat*. 



7 to a m 

VAlfC<»tnr«B-oryAv paij.s paiNcy 
Birrnr 

Union BUamahlpt irav. Vancouver 0 a m 
Tueadaya. far ftlvers Inlet. Bana OmiI! 
Skeena River and Prln/-a R«a«rt Laavu 
Vancouver t pm. PrMn,. f„ Printe 
aupart. Naas River. An- . .nd ntewart 

Canadian National n'cim.iiipg leave 

Prlno* Ropart. aieaarl and Anrox t mm 
Monday* 

Prineem Mary l*a*«* VaneoaTor oeery 
Wedneadkr at r Pempbell 

River. Knrlrwood ^ ,■ Hardr 

Namu. Ocean PaUa. Waiter l^ka 
Botadala. — " 

ALASBA ROt'TB 

Hofah ieav*t viriorta Jaaaafp 

•anir isiJii<rt>« 

Ottar laovea TMtjfte 7 ,j . „ Mood.,.. 
Wadneedaya aad Tkaradars leaves Oaoaaa 
Marl»or Tueedaye aad Pridoya. 7 am ■ 
leaves Vanr-oovar 7;tl am aotw^aa 
Pr1n<'»as Roral lean.* TMlBTM U 
TtfSdars Ies»»« V«nc — ^ " 
days and ■'■t^i't'lsti 
Ofl » X (II \aix> 

ranadlan NatlODOi 
lo leave VaBOSOeoe 4 
Baturdar 



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■OONRISR AND MOONWr 

JANUARY. ItOO 
Time of mooarlaa aad maonaH 'Pa«tfte 
etafidard |line>. at Virtorla. Be for the 
e< fSBBBiT "SO 



Riaa* 



Bet* 



0. tt. 




POWEIX 
C P R iiaaaaay 
VowaoBw r mldntaht aa 

day* aad aaturday* m 

aaAPiJi<«K spRyK » »l 
Laavoa Victoria far tan 
OBI.. 0:SOpm 

aJ?M*i!Sr** *»»^' «> «» C*'eei.au.li. Oonaaia* 



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10 84 am f If p.m. 

11 II am If af pm 
II If a m II a4 p.m. 
>l «) • m 

It td pm s:40 a.m 
IfWtl QMortay oa Sth) 

ta iapsi^ I'M a.m 

ia-4) p m 117 a.m 

. I If p m 4 1* am 

a 01 pm f 01 am. 

a:M p.fll. T If a m. 

4 ai p.m. 0 IT a.ak 
(Ml Moon OB lOtk) 

0 40 pflL a-M a.m 

Tifam 

0:41 pm. 

to Of p m 

. II It a m 



0 07 a m. 
10 0« a m. 
If ai a at. 
to 41 a m. 

10 M a.m 

11 14 am 



• ••«••»»••»... 0*M am 

<&Sdl OBarlor on aiat) 

1 . M M am 

' II M am 

• * OS a m la 1* a m. 

S;I4 am. I 0^ p m 

4'lt am I to 

fiM a.at. a:dS 

T'd« a ■. a-4f 9m. 

a 14 a m 4 04 aJB. 

mow ffl — tn afi), , 

a ao a m. 0:41 ».■. 

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22 



THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA. aC SATt KUA ^ , j AM A R \ 4. 1930 



Our Jamiury Sale Barmms for Today 

Great Values for IS/Len, Women, Boys and Girls 




Fur^ 

Trimmed 

Coats 



Of Prrssed Phisk and 
Broadcloth 

Remarkable Value, i:.ach 

$16.90 

Very Handso;ne Coats in 
wrappy and flare styles, 
with large collars and 
cutis Dl tur. An assort- 
ment of shades. P ' ^ 
j^ach ...... .4>it).yo 



— Maatla Dtpi., l«t VIoor 



$1.00 

Broadcloth Smocks in plain style. Shades are rose, 

pfreen, sand, blue and mauve. Values to $1.9^ < 

for $I.OU 

House Dresses of prints and hroadcloth. KeKul.i' 
Sl.OS each, tor $1.00 

Regular ^2.')5 values for $2.00 



SILK HOSiERY 

Two KyHmt Valutt 

Kayser Pure Thread Silk 
Mose, service-weight silk t«i 
partrr hem, full fashioncil 

v.itli "sleiulo" and pointcl 
heels. Hashionahle .sliailes. 
Sizes Syt to 10 f 1.50 

Kayser Chiffon Silk Hose, 

full fashioned, silk to top 

with picot edge, neat-fitting 

pointed heels. Li^'''' 

(liiini and dark vliade*;. Si/ 

8) a to 10. A pair ... fl.Uo 

Mkla He* 



Sa Ic of 




Regular $4.95 
Ivach, for . . . . 



La Camille and D & A Makes of 
Corselettes, some with swami 
silk tops and sotne with rayon 
mesh tops; well shaped, with 
elastic panels in the hips. Discon- 
titmed lines, regularly ])ri( 
$4.95 eaclm Reduced to . . 

White Satin-Stripe Corselettes, lightly bone<l 
down back and across front, with sections of elas- 
tic in sides. Side hook and four htfsc supj) i < ; 
Kach $2.95 




CHILDREIS'S 

At January Sale Prices 

ClMldren's (iolf Hose ol 
durable quality wool, in me- 
dium rib style with turn 

flown cidored t<ips. Shown 
in scrvicealdp dark shades 
only. Sizes 6J ^ to 7'/j. .\ 
pair 29t 

l-'ancv Cotton dolf II<)>c in 
smart diantond |)attcrns in 
prey, fawn, black and white, 
id fawn with blue and 
reen. Sites 8 to 10. \ 
pair 59^ 

Fancv .Silk and Lisle Hose 

in neat checked patterns. 

Semi-fashioned legs and nar- 

owed ankles and feet. 

>hades are moonlight and 

topaz, bran and white and 

rast<ir and white. Si/r - ^' 

to 10. A pair kiX)^ 

-^innt Mkln naor 




26 Only 

Silk Umbrellas 

$4.95 



i < 



-CoTMtt, Ut Floor 




GIRLS' 

$2.50 



Values to $7.^0 
Bach, for 



Great Bargains in Girls' Silk 
Raincoats, Slickers and Capc^ 
with hoods, in shades of blu« 
rose, green and fawn. Size 
6 to 16 years. 

—CklMtM'a Wwr. lit floor 



/ ^ V 

/ HI kt y I 

Luncheon 
Today 

Served Kroni 11 ;30 Till 

• 2 o'clock 
In Our Dining-Room 



f-Jegular $7.50 Each 
To Clear at 



' liese are slightly shop soiled, otherwise in 
l*crfect condition. .\1I witli the season s new 
tyic handles with lips and ten ide t<> match. 
1 Sliadcs arc brown, purple, green and red. 

I —Bum floor 



SILKS ON SALU TODAY 

36-Inch Figured Voiles, fine grade and light and darl 
shades, Retr'-ilar a yard, $1.98 for 98< 

Inch Corduroy N'elvet in many popular shades. K'cmil.i 
SI. 00 a yard fpr «0< 

36-Inch Taflfeta Silk. Shades include blick and white 

Rr^rular $1.98 for. 08( 

.V) Inch Ravon Silk, plain and fii^ined patterns. Rciruiar 

a yard $1.98 for '60<* 

33-Inch Natural Tongee. On sale, a yard....: 39r 

36-Inch Black Duchesse Satin. On sale, a yard $t.Oo 

— aUkt. Main Plo< 



BARGAiNSIN 



liort end* of Velour. 

weed. Blanket Cjcitli 
.Old Needlepoint. Lengths 
up lo lyi yards. On. sale 
today for HALK PRICl 



.^()-Inch .\ll-\\(jol I'igured 
Delaine, neat patterns on 
dark and light ground.^. A 
yard f 1.00 

^Orets Oood*. Main Floor 



Side of InfanU? 

Ci ih lUtuikvls 

Infants' Crib Blankets in 
blue or pink checks. 

-Regular 50c each for....35^ 
Regular 75c each for....49# 

Infants' Pure Wool blan- 
kets in white and colors; 

sli;^htlv shop soiled 

,^0 .\ 40 inchrs. each, $l.Gr> 

36 X 50 inches, each, ^2.35 
■ t MUfc Mala floor 



Mm** Wool Tvoeed 

0 vet coats 



Values OriginaUy $27.50 
for 




Coats of Excellent Wool 
Cloths, made in single Md 
double-breasted styles and 
quarter silk lined. A range 
of shades, including blu^y 
greys, browns, herring- 
hones and checks. An un- 
it s-jal bargain. Priced nt. 
each $15.00 

-Men I Clolblns. lUln Floor 




Third Floor 

50c 



Great Annual Clearancf* of 



Sheeting 

ValuM to 85c a Yard 

For, Per Yard 

29c 

Mill ends of Bleached 
."^heeling in pood i";p 
till lengths for single, 
three-quarter auid dou 
ble beds. 

— SU»Io*, lUin 'floor 



MEN'S SUITS 

A Rare Value for $15.00 

uits (jf I'ine Tweeds aiul Worsteds, single or 
ouble breasted. Wool materials in a selection of 
hades and patterns. Each $15.00 







» 4 



L\DLii\\ EAR 
$1.00 



Ref^iilar to $2..'^ 
a Garment for 



niscontinned line.s of Rayon 
ilk Bobettes. Bloomers and 
X'ests. including several 

wfll known makes. Marked 

at half j>ricc anil Its'- 

sizes. A garment 5j>l. UU 

—Knit Ondoffwoor 

Feather-FiUed 

I 'it loirs 

Eachj H9c 

P.ed Pillows well filled 
\ith feathers and cov- 
ered in good grade art 
t ickifig. 

— SUplta. Main Yloot 



Values From $10.00 to 
$15.00 a Pair for . 

$5.85 and 
$7.85 

Our F'irst Floor Shoe Department presents tw(^ 
roups of shoe^ at amazing reductions. 'Phcsc in 
l iiuh- stich well-known makes as \'ognc. IW-auhicn 
and I'edigo. and are shown in all the smartest and 
latest styles. This is a niarvel(Uis opportunity to 
obtain best quality shoes at greatly reduced prices. 

— Wonon'a aiMta. Ut ftoer 



Lliu ii.^ ul Juiumi J >>an V i ices 



I'nbfeached Linen Pamask 
Cloths, hemmed ready for 
use. 54 X 54 inches. Price. 

each fl.35 

I'tjre I.inen Damask 
Cloths. 68 X 68 inches. 

Each fa.e9 

Oyster Linen Napkin;* uith 
colored borders. Priced at 

8 for f 1.00 

White nama<«k N'apk'ins. 
hemmed read\ for use. 
Priced at 8 for ^1.00 



Satin Damask Luncheon 
Sets with' fancy borders in 
hhie, ^^old or rose. .'>4 \ '1 
inch cioth and 6 n.ipkm 
Regular %7.^ a set. ^5.50 

( )ystcr l.incn Luncheon 
Sets with embroidery an<l 
cutwork- 36 X 36-inch cloth 
and 4 napkins. Regular 
$10.50 a set f r ^.50 

— auple*. Main rioor 



In the book Department 

(".nod l>ar;;ains from all seo- 
tioii";. Travel, biography, 
poetry. 

Children's Picture Books. 

each tot 

Children's Story Books, 68f 
Novels and Reprints at, 
each 50# 

Booka. Lowor Kola floor 

Sheets and tULoiv 
Cases 

Priced for January 
ClMranc* 

1 1 em «.titi hcd Sheets in 
dainty colors, guaranteed 
fast. Size 72 x 108. Regu- 
lar $7.95. A pair f4.50 

Size 80 X 108. Regt.; > 
.\ pair ^5.50 

SiH)w - White HemstitcJied 
Sheets. Size 72 x 90 inches. 

Each fi.ae 

Snow W hite Pillow Cases 
that will launder nicel} 

pair ly^c 

I'.xtTA Heavy I'illow Cases 
that will stand lots of hard 
wear. Per pair 79<* 

Main Floor 



January Sale of Mens Shirfs 

Itii s Work Shirts of grey and khaki union llatind Spe 
'al ^1.20 

Men's Work Shirts of strong malerials. plain or, fancy 
heck patterns. Eaeh „ , 9Bf 

Men's Negligee Shirts, fiincy stripes and plain colors, with 
-'-[larate cf>JIar ^1.20 

•Men's Jligh-Crade Negligee Shirts, in fancv stripes and 
plain colors, with separate collars. All sizes, l .ach. ^1.60 



Mens Undciwcar 

("T^ At Reduced Prices 

TurnbulKs Natural Wool Shirts and 
Drawer^, shirts douhle-breasfad. 'Hetv^ 
weight, all sizes. Regular a gnn <rnt 
$2.75, for 92.11) 

Combinations, a suit ^4.10 

Atlantic Brand Shirts and Drawer.^ me- 
dium weight. Regular $1.75 a garment. 

for 

High-Ciradc Fleece-Line<l Shirts and 
drawers, soft finish. Regular a garment. 
$1.25, for M...... ...95^ 

Tnrnlmirs Natural Wool .Mixture. N(.. l'. 88, Shirts with 
donhir hacks an<l front; Drawers double back. Rffiilnr a 
^Mrment. .S2.(X). for ^l.-l!) 

Turnbiill's Combinations of natural elastic-rib wool mix- 
ture. Sizes 40. 42 and 44 only. Regular a suit. $4.00. 
for ■••«•«•■••«*••««••«•»»••••• •«••«• •#4o»«*«o***o*o«* ^^22 • 

— Moa'a Purniahlnga. Main floor 





i.iULS' DRESSES 

Values to $9.75 CCZ O C 
Each, for ^^aWW 



Smart rocks for girls from 8 to \(^ years. A great 

nssrMtinetit in silk<;. velvet, crrpc dc Chine, all 
wool iiiid iersr\- cloth. Shades arc sand^ green, 
scarlet, blue ami } ellow. 

• -CMMtm i Wtor. lit floor " 



null '-HFFTS 
Regular Lac/i, for $IA9 

36 X 60-Incli Hath Sheets, in jazz stripe effects 




— ataolM. Main Floor 



January Sale of 

BY'WEAR 



1^ OMEN'S HOSIERY 

January Sala Values Today 

Mercury Wool Hose, full fashioned, with comfortable, widened 
hemmed tops, double soles and toes and high spliced heels. For 

everyday wear. Fa\t)rite shades. Sizes Syi to 10>4 $1.00 

Mercury Wool and Silk-Plated llosc. wool inside with a silk 

linish I-'or better wear T'nll fashioned an«l reinforced a 

ing parts. All shades. Sizes 8/^ to 10'^. A pair ^l.lio 



("ril» C'overs of whit 
and embroidered centre. 
January Sale Price 



Infant l lrece Lined Rompers in shades of blue and fawn. First sire. 

Re^nlar $1()0 a stnt for 75<^ 

Little Tots' Klaiinclctte Petticoats with scalloped edge and cotton bod- 
ice. January Sale Prite ~ 89^ 

Little r.oN s' \\ bite Wool CrfKheted Caps in aviator style with ties. Ian 

nar\ ."^ale Trier 

Imants" .\ll-\\ot)l Combination Overalls. In white onlv. January Sah 

Price - - ~ .' $1.50 

I'lannelette Dtrracoats of excellent quality, bound with tape. January 
Sale Trice. 75# 

(lepc uith pink bine bor<lers "Little I'et" 1 liaprrs male if ;^ood qualitv flamirletf e 

27 X 27 inches. January Sale Price, a dozen ^.25 

r, M 




r f-i 



At Reduced Prices 

N oiiths' Pure \\ ool Donegal Twee<l Suit*, 
single-breasted coats and lung , pants, 
i-'.nglish-made and neat fitting. Cotti* 

silk lined. Sizes .^1 to ,V, q-Q 
Regular \alnes to .$18 50, fo< 

Hovs' Two Pant Hloomer Suits. witH 
single-breasted belted model coats; neatly 
patterned wool tweeds; pants fnlh l-nori 
Sizes 26 to 32. Regular 
values to $15XX>, for 



Line»l with white flannelette. 
$1.00 



Boys' MIoomer Pants in tW' 
Sizes 2() to M). Regular 
$2.50, f.)r 



<s. 



$1.00 



■loro, Oori eiroot 




BOYS' OVEHCOAi S 

Reduced for Jamiaty Sik 

Juvenile Overcoats, double-breasted, wiiii hea^ v two-wH\ 
collar*; nent patterns and lined with fancy 
Sizes for 4 to 10 years. Regular values- to 
$10.95, for : 

juvenile f)vercoats in flouble-*)rea»ted style, fine ^rade 
chin hdla. lined with plnsh ; belted rnodfls. fi Q IT 

Sizes 4 tu 8 years. Regular to $15.00. for ^^J.^Q 



$5.95 



aW 



r 



DAVID SPENCER 

L.I M I T &D 



— Hoaiar?. Main Floor 



fttan Uoare: • A.M. to 6 P M . Wednesday. I P.M , Saturday. 6 RILoPbom 7*00 



Boy/ Wool PuIUOver$, Each, $2.95 

rnll < )\crs or Coat Style Sweaters in various colors and patterns. 
Sizes 24 to 32 f2.05 

-^antf eioro. 0«Vt ■traol 



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