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NO. 239L-SEVBPITY-SEG0ND YEAR 



VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, WEDNESDAY, SEPIEMBEK i7, 1930 




Duty Rate on 
IS ew Zealand { 
Butter Raised] 



Gives People Protection 




TWENTY-mo PAGES 



''I IAWA ;-fpt Iti A('«'i <HU>t«r 
12 NfA l)utlfi lm|>url^■dl 

Iritij <,,'«i,.iilA vvlii pHv a duty "f 3| 
cent,-- 1 he duty uii Nrw | 

Zt-aittiul hu!!e-i uiidiT the tradf ar- I 
rariKrniriit made by the lnU- liov-' 
frnineiil was> 1 cent per pound 'Ihej 

Dunnlns budget UmmmA tbe Brit- 
lih pref trence en buMnr to I OMits, ' 
bVt tlM N«V ZMlMd Tmt« of 1 crnt I 

Lahinet Decides to'sUU in tttwet, and wlll be unui 

October 12. aft«r that daM the Bnt- 1 
ifh prefrrwice rate of I cent', viiiil 
apply. Accept on New Zcuiaihi 
llyUw tilt Mw nam apt aov |m ei- 



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TW CHANGES PROVIDE PROETION 
rOR BOTH WTRIE8 AND CONSOMERS 



G/'f fTMf 

Reldid Oltice in S[)ite 
Election Rebultb 



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PARTY COALITION IS 
FORCED BY UUTGOME 

Centrists Lxpcticd to Unite 
Either With Fascists or 
Socialists 

BERUN, Sept. 16^The Cabinet 
decided unanimously today that 
Dr. HtlnrtCh BruenInK should carry 
on as Ohueellor and place belore 
the new Reichstag on October 13 a 
programme for solving Oermany's 
economic, nnancial and social prob- 
lems. 

The CthanceUor Immediately wUl 
ooiMttlt party leaders and see what 
mppgrt cu be obtained for eon- 
ttoulBC hit administration follow- 
ing the Sections of Sunday, which 
greAtly increased Fascist and Com- 
munist reprcfientation In the coun- 
try's leading legislative house. 

MeaiiwhOe. the varlou.i parties are 
calling conferences to establish 
their views, with the state party 
•ebedtUed (o teye tiM flnt meeting 
tonMiuw. 

There is an imprr.s.slon Dr Brurn- 
tng will be able to develop a .strong 
position de.splte the faci ho has only 
sixty-eight seat.s in his own party— 
iho f>ntrlst,s whilf the Fascists 
Jumped amazlnKly from twelve in 
the old Reich.staR to 107 In the new. 
and the Social Democrats have 143 
votes In the new body. 

The remainder of the votes are 
scattered among smaOer partlee, and 
to obtain a majortty the Chancellor 
probably wU have t6 line up either 
the ratsdeu or BoelaUgti. 



Ifket. 




Premier Bennett Submits 
List of Increased Duties as 
Aid to Canadian Industry 

EXACTS PLEDGES NOT 
TO INCREASE PRICES 

Complete Revision u! Cus- 
toms List to Be Made at 
Next Session of House 



Bromley Sayb Hepaiis Can- 
not Be Made in Short 
Enough Time 

WILL STORE PLANE IN 
YQKQHAH A FOR WINTER 



Hon. R. B. Bennett. XX^ P.C., Prim* lllnieter of Canada, on Tuesday 
Preiestgd likProyMab for the Protection of CiknadUn Producers and 
Consoaera With a View to Relief of the Unemployment Situation- 




Khwanians of Pacific North- 
'west Pay Compliment to 
Prominent Vlotorian. 

TACOMA SCENE OF 

N EXT CON VENTION 

Victoria was signally honored 
yesterday when Harold M Diutton. 
prominent bn.sinp.s,sman of this citv. 
was elected Governor of Uie Pacific 
Iftorthwest Distiin of KIwanl.s In- 
ternational at the concluding busl- 
nees eession of the dMrict eoni^n- 
Uon la tbe.Xmprem Hotel. 

Mr. DIfton has been lieutenant- 
governor ot D^lsion 1 for the pa-st 
year, and Is a past president of the 
Victoria Klwante club He has al- 
ways taken the keene.si interest ui 
the work of Kiwants When the 
of&dal announcement of his new ap- 
polntment was made at the conven- 
ttan banquet last night, it was 
greeted with cheers, not only by the 
local Klwanlan.s, bnt also by vl.sltfhg 
delegates from otlier ntlrs of the 
FMMc Ni^rthwe.<:t 

OTHER OFFICIALS 

Lieutenant-governors elected were 
R.s follows: Division 1. Albert 
Hartzler. Port Angeles ; Division 2. 
Ray Sonneman. Auburn. Wash.; 
Division 3. Ai. Duenwald. Tacoma* 
DlvUlon 4. Sam M. MlUs, Wen- 
atchee; Division ft. Harry Whlttlcr 
MoMow. Idaho; Division e. Phiiip 
Wlaans. Walla Walla; DIvLslon 7, D 

0. Webster. Portland: nivi.sion 8, 
Scott Page. Salem. Ore . and Division 

1. W. J. Crandey. Ashland. Ore. 
Tacq^a will be the .scene of next 

year s district convention, the choke 
being made without dlKumtan. Both 
Seattle and Tacona sought the 1931 
1, but Seattle withdrew in 
— f*f 1. Oohnan 6 

AftMY BAKERS FILL 

PLACES OF STRIKERS 



OMINATO. Japan, Sept 16 His 
atfpi! pt to fly from Japan to 
A' . havinR failed this year. 
Licu! ii,iroid Bromley announced 
today 1 1, u lUd try to obtain finan- 
cial backing to coolkuw Mst year 
his several endeavon to apan the 
Pacific OcoM by ahplane. 

Disappointed but not disheartened 
by the forced return of his mono- 
plane Monday after flying 1.200 
miles toward Tacoma, Bromley said 
hLs efforts to make the nonstop 
Journrv of 4..'>32 miles wf>io merely 
postponed, not abandoned. 

Replacement at parts damaged 
when his plane ploughed into the 
eort beanh of flhltsukarl. after it 
had been forced back by a damaged 
exhaatt pipe, would require a 
morth nioriil;>v explained The 
delay wmiUl imiv the .sea.son into 
the period of typhoons and of 
storms driving down from the 
Bering Sea over the Pae|fic> 

The mom^lane City io^ Tacoma 
nromley planned, wfll be etored m 
Vokohama, awaiting his return next i 
year. Then, having failed in three i 
attempts tq take off from Atnerlca 
toward Japan and in one effort to 
" In the opposite direction, he 
to hr 'he first man to drive 
an all . < arrosa tlli pertii)ij 
passage to America. 

Harold Qatty. navigator and co- 
pllfli. airead with Bromley it was 
useleaa to attempt the flight again 
this jriM. owlat to latMees of the 



Saaruch Exhibition 
Once More Displays 
Exceptional Merit 

Hon. R. H. Poolcy to Officiate at Formal Opening of 
Sixty-Second Annual i air loday — Splendid 
Standard in All Sections • 

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French i i idtors 
Bring Trilmie to 
Laie Ambassador 




CLEVELAND. Sept. W—Frahces 
two unofficial ambaaaadors to the 
United Statee. DIeudonne Coete and 
Maurice BeOante, today received the 
plaudits of Cleveland for their re- 
cent Parts-to-New York flight and 
at the .same time carried the hom- 
age of Prance to the grave of a 
former ambMndoT to'Ptila. Kyron 

T. Herrlck. 




T Saanichton at 2 o'clock thl.s afternoon. Hon R H Pooley, 
representing Premier 8. P. Tolmie In the latter's absence 
frooi the province, will fomially open the gixty-aecoad an- 
nual FaU vxhiWUon of the North md South SMAleh AgrievHurai 

Society. 

Hie fblr. which Is the senior in 
age of an oMmqi In the province, 
has experieneed a great impetus of 

interest during the -last few years, 
and now ranks among the best in 
British Columbia, outside tlu- three 
leading cities It is a colorful and 
appealing advrtl.scment for Saan- 
Irh. Competition in nearly n'l 
rla,;.ses is keen, and one bad oil 
to make the most cursory tour of 
the hall yesterday, the opening day, 
' > realise how high a standard has 
' • :> attained In the Indoor exhibits. 
The display waa not only extraor- 
dlnsmjr attractive In the matter of 
arrangement, but the entries of 
vegetables, fruit, flowers, bottled 
fruits, needlework. e^Ks and dre8.=ed 
poultry evoked the highest praise 
of the j idKe-s A community pride 
was apparent In the quality of the 
exhibits as well as in the lively in- 
terest of the loral visitors. 

The secreUry. Stuart O. Stoddart. 
reported that exhibits were heavier 
In nearly all classes than ever before. 
Judging of the indoor display was 
praetleally completed yesterday. The 
livestock and other outdoor exhlMte 
win be Judged today. 

SPORTS PBOOKAMlfB 
Today being visitors* day. which 
Invariably attracts a great throng of 
people, a number of !«peciai attrac- 
tions are offered which in them- 
selves constitute a rompeUtlve part 
of the Fair. These sre the .sports, 
which are scheduled to begin at 1 
o'clock sharp, and coosist of over 
Page It. Oetam 1 



President E. W. Beatty Finds 
Wheat Crop Larger 
Than in 1929 

PARTY vVi^^ CALL HERE 
FRIDAY ON SHIP TOUR 



LISBON. Portugal. Scpt 16.— The 
bakers" flrike here has been fol- 
lowed by a twenty-four-hour pro- 
test strike in pubUc bakeries at San- 
tarem. where army bakers today 
supplied ratlona for the population 

The authorltlea at Bantro and 
^orto have selaed wagon loads of 
oondenuied wheat. Five persons 
have been arrested rhareed by the 
polloe with Communistic activity. 



Protected Markets, Lower 
Freights and Irrigation Re- 
view Cheer Orowers 

GOOD PRODUCE CROPS 
ARE BEING MARINE! LU 

Prc*ectlve action by tariff remr- 
dies, consideration by the Provincial 
Government of plans for irrigation 
costs, and a willingness on the part 
of railway executives to meet the 
growers half way In the matter of 
freight ratee on export aorplaaes, 




lonist 
lower 



W^dm^tday, Stpt. 17 



WBATUF.R 

^'tetoeln and Tldnity— Fresh to 
strong westerly winds; generally fair 
«nd warm. 



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I#w Tide: t:l« a.m.. l.t ft 
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have combined to develop a renewal 
of opnfldenee In the chief fruit and 
vegetable production areas of the 
provlnoe. it was reported bv .1 ,vi ' 
Munro. deputy minister of «4{iuui ' 
ture. who returned this week from 
a tour of the Interior. 

rOLD gXORAr.K TRADE 
Interior prod-irrrs loo are enter- 
lAlnlnR high hopes on an extension 
,of cold storage trade through tlie 
facilities now open at New West- 
minster, and whMi. with further 
action to alter freight rate struc- 
tures on shipments of British Co- 
lumbia vegetables lo fca-stem mar- 
kets, after w-viho .nd ciniaKe for 
storage, is e- pertrd to open oOw 
market posslhiliti'-^ to produeers In 
niany parts of the province 
CeatftMad on Fage Cnlumn e 

Vrgp» F oil own s to 

Accept Cov i (Jiange 



VANCOUVER. Sept. 18.— Canada's 
wheat ( rop this year will be be- 
tween 365,000,000 and 375,000,000 
bushels, according to E. W. Beatty. 
president of the Canadian Pacific 
RaUway, who arrived here late 
today. The estimate Ls considerably 
in excses of 199 production. 

"There is an Improved movement 
In wheat to Coast ports and over- 
seas and railway handling of crops 
has now become almost a matter 
of routine from lonf pIMtiet." Mr 
Beatty continued. 

"This year's crop wUl preeent no 
difficulties In tt^^Mng and grain 
will move to Vanooover as fast as 
the port ts able to care for It." 
FOUND C :R0P.S GOOD 
111 111-: I'l-ace River area. M; 
Beatty found crops surprlsli^ly good. 
One of the ideas of his preeent tour 
Is to examine requtoomente of the 
country and see what ean be set 
into action for the purpoee of 
alleviating unemployment. 

Leaving Montifil. .September 6, 
Ifr. Beatty vl.<!lted Wnmlpeg, Regina, 
Edmonton, Orand Prairie. Peace 
River Landing. Calg.iry. Barxff. and 
Lake Lotil.^e 
Branch Une ccustnicUon, he said, 
' progrmalnt mtltfftMotffar m the 
Fralrlea. 

ms NBXT FMDAT 
Leaving Vancouver at midnight 
Thursday. Mr Beatty and direr 
tors will proreed to Vlct.orla. and 
from there make a rlrrtiit of Ven- 
I Lsland hv boat The party 
viiii ,.irive at Victoria again at P 
a m , BeptemtKT 23, and return t< 
Vancouver, September 25. on the 
way Ea.rt by way of KetUe Valley, 
Saskatoon. Prince Albert^ Mtewln 
and Winnipeg. 

Included In tlte party wUh the 
president were: Sir RetM HoU, 
president off the Royal Bank; sir 
Charles Oordon. president of the 
Bank of Montreal; W A Black, 
president of Ogilvie Flour Mill.i 
UmitPd R 8. McLaughlin, presi- 
dent of General Motors of Canada, 
Limited: Oen. Sir Arthur Currie 
prlnclprl of MrOIll linlvmalty; 
Malor-Oeneral tlie Hon. 8 C. IdOW- 

burn, KG , P.C.. C.I40.: Benator 
Smeaton \/hlte. president of Mont- 
real Oasette: Beaudry t^cman. gen- 
sral manager of Banqqe Canadienne 
Nattonale: Dr. W. W. Chlpman 
ementus of obetetrlcs and 
MeQOl University. 



OTTAWA .S' pt 16. -To stimu- 
latr i!ii.!n I I \ lrr :ea.'-t' (Hitput. ds- 
i u'li.sf unt i-:iiiuyinent and conserve 
the C iinadia i markets for the Ca- 
nadian producers, la the Intent of 
the emergency tariff revision pre- 
sented to Parliament today Iqr Pre- 
mier R B. Bennett, who is also 
finance minister The general 
tariff revision ii postponed until 
! ' X' <>n, and changes made to- 
(la ui 111 industries, which will 
>.'>. : ;«-adily react to them Md ftb- 
&L>rb the imemj^oyed. 

The tariff propoaale were pro- 
tectionist, he said, only In the sense 
that they meant affording to Ca- 
nadians equality of opjxirtunity in 
the upbuilding of their own coun- 
try, such as other aatloag wfftmHw i 
to their people. 

i he oovenoMnt liad « asMlate 
to do this. 

NO PRICE INCREASES 

Mr. Bennett distinctly laid down 
the pflnclple that increased tariffs 
would not be permitted to be used 
to increase Jie cost to the eon- 
sumer. Ttom leading Indtistries 
receiving additional • protection, 
written pledges had been taken that 
there would be no Increases in 
prices. Further, the Oovernment 
embodied In the toflalMlon the fol- 
lowing clause: 

"In the event of the producers 
of goods In Canada Inerea^lng 
prices in consequence of the Impoei- 
tlon of any duttea under the provi- 
sions of this act, the Oovemor-ln- 
Councii may reduce or removt such 
duty." 

While the previously mentioned 
precautions appear ample to protect 
the consumer, there Is still another 
precaution under consideration by 
the Government. 

It has iMen proposed and may be 
adopted that thoae receiving In- 
dmatd protection. wUl be required 
to file theh* present price lists with 
the finance department, and be- 
fore there is any Increase in iBrices 
they muft notify the department 
I'tul justify ■^nr!) n'l lni 'r;ise. To 

>iect the ciovem- 
ment has tiiculure the pledges of 
the manufacturers, power to remove 
the duty if used contrary to theae 
pledges, and will probably require 
further Information and justifica- 
tion if any ehan^e in price upwards 
Is . , ' ' 

INCREASED EMlXOiMbNX 

ICr. Bennett lafocmed Parliament 
that ha had the aaeurance of manu- 
facturers that (He adoptioil of the 

tariff proposals would mean the 
Immediate ab.sorption of at least 
25.000 men and women Into the In- 
du.strlal plnnU affected This, he 
said, was the minimum estimate, 
and it was believed that many 
thousands SMN wovM to «ffanM 
% CehM a 



Go^)emment Sustain n I mi Tariff 
Bill by Majority of 54^ 

OTTAWA^Sept. l«._tathe eeoood dlvMon of the se».sion. the 



bar fqrBMr 1 
m eo anre to amend the 

vote was 118 HI < 

third readusK 'I'li^i ,- 1. \>.. 



late tonight on an amendment 
Xing for a six months' hoist on the 
Act in respect to dumnlns tha 
sUrty-two ajm. mh cSiMrnp for 



i)!t' d: .iMun .•..,ii< the oovemiMBt aimBQtted by Robert Oanii. 

MUton CMB^eOL WUttan Irvine and M Luckovitch. of the u f a 

opporttlon amendment were m> .A^;n,^ m icpj.aii. Progressive- 
IL^' ^oodsworth. A. A. Heap.s and A MacInnLs. Labor together 
with o. o. coote. UJ.A. ConservaUve and Ubetml partjiiBM 



Industries Benefit 
In British Columbia 
Say Manuf acturers 

Industrial Heads Declare That More Employment Will 

Be Provided While Retail Prices Will Not Be 
InnfaiedTerCSnsumefi ~ 

VANCOUVER, Sept. 16.-Numeroiis Industries In British Co- 
lumbia will benefit as a result of the tariff changes brought 
down today by the Bennett OoTtmmeiit. lnter«at«d manu- 
facturerg aald tonight, and a wide increase in domestic employ- 
ment is foreseen. Paper bag manufacturers In British Columbia 
hitherto meeting competition from several eouBtrlM, including 
Belgium and the United States, now have an opportunity not only 
Of capturing the provincial market, but also the entire Western 
Canadian market 

This lndustr]r is a growing one 
and today is capable of supplying 
''very requirement of British Co- 
lumbia for paper bag.s and can 




Long Llit ul CurnnioditieJi 

Are Affeoted by Schedules 
Introduoed In House 

NEW RAILS GO INK) 
EFFLUiMMEUlAItLY 

Manufacturers Give Assur- 
ances Protective Measures 
Will Increase Payrolls 

oi i AWA. Sept. 18— A sweenlav 
upward revision of duties affeOHM 
approximately ISO items In the eos- 
toms tariff of Canada was an- 
nounced In the Hbuae of Oommons 
today. In his oapaeHp as Minister 
etf PInanee, Hon. R B. Bennett made 
the announcement to a crowded 
chamber. Interest in the sutement 
was intense The gaJleries were 
crowded with Interested listeners. 
On the floor of the chamber mem- 
bers waited with even more eager 
attention than that which Ls, mani- 
fest on nn ordliuu7 budget day. Xt 
was the first Urlff revtrtoa of the 
new Oovernment and Important 
ehangee were M the afa>. They did 
not fail to materialise 

The changes brought down by Mr. 
Bennett traversed many of the most 
important groups In the customs 
tariff. .Textiles, clotbmg. farm ma- 
chinery, iron and steel, and agri- 
cultural products were amoaf the 
groups affected. In abnost omy 
case the revision was Upwud. in 
many cases the laeteasee f«^"ffiihfftd 
were very material. Both specific 
and ad valorem duties were em- 
ployed to increase some of the 
items. It was announced the new 
rates would become effective to- 
morrow. 

LIST OF CHANGES 
The several enumerations of 
goods, respectively, and the .-everal 
rates of duties of customs p^ivmg the 
new Britlsli preferrn. r lnt.«>rmedl- 
ate and general tariff:,, n • pecflvcly. 



easily adapt its plants t« supply the announced t/5day are a.s follows. 




m ONjAjpeiNEi 

Sis Chaagea Made— Pow Mew Man 
iwoni In and Two Peeta 
Changed 




mwm 



Local Company Ofticials Afi- 
nounce Project— Purchase 
Oak Bay Site 

BUILDING WILL HAVE 
FIFTY MODEL SUITES 



Announcement was made yester- 
day by ofQcials of the Vancouver 
IsUnd Apartments. Limited, of the 
completion .of plans for the con- 
atructlon of a modim apartment 
house, the largest of Its kind on 
Vaneevrer Islaad, to cost more than 
a quarter of a million deUars and 
to be loeated qo. Marias Ortve. near 
the mualeipal park la Oak Bay dis- 
trict. 



Uvlof. not othecw^ 
per po u n d Pr w; a 



TORONTO, Sept II 
ment of the personnel of the re- 
organized Ontario Cabinet of Pre- 
mier G. H. Ferguson was made 
siMrtly after noon today, following 
the swearing in of the new Min- 
isters by His Honor W. D. Rosa, 
Lle\itenant -Governor of Ontaiii. 

HrlRadief-Oeneral T L Kennedy. 
IV I su' reed.s Hon John Ci Martin 
U.S Mim.ster of Agrlrullure. while Dr 
J M Roi)b. of 

P'B-r of Hon Dr Forbes Godfrey 
Iiin.-.'er of Health. Leopold 
M * iilay. South York, Is the new 
l'ro\lnclal SecreUry, succeeding 
Hon. Unooln Goldie. while Hon. B. 
A. Dunlop, since IfM a aUnlater 
without portfolio, takes over the 
provincial treasurcrshlp. Hon. J D 
Mcotelth was changed to a new de - 
p artme nt to be known b.s Public 
Works and Labor The other new ap- 
pointee. Rev. W 



Ht 'lesome Discovery Report- 
ed to Provincial Police 
From Bulkley River 

VICTIM W'\^ •\'TrRPED 
UNDER FLOOR OF HUT 



Discovered by neighbors, who 
noticed his aberaoe. the remains of 
Charlea Yach, a farmer of BoMston. 
on the ftalkley River, wers found 
burled m his caMa euly yesterday 
morning, according to word received 
by wireless at the Provincial Police 
headquarters here at 4 p ni 

Reporting the murder. Sergeant 
Falrbalrn, In charge of the Bmlthem 
post of the Prnvlnrlal Police, ex- 
AlRoma, fake.s the pressed the opinion that the murder 
had been committed between Hep- 
tember 7 and 0 last, and had gone 
undetected by reason of the burial 
of the body. Investigation Is pro- 
ceeding at the hands of the Pro- 
vincial Ponce. 

Houston, on the Prince Rupert 
line of the Canadian National Rail- 
ways, is southwest of Babine Lake. 
No detail.s of the tragedy had been 
received here up to a 



The announcement cornea from 
Col. Borge de Mossln. president of 
the company, who sUted that the 
hreaklng of ground for the new 
buUdlng will be undertaken wlthm 
the next six wesks. and the struc- 
ture ready for occupancy by the 
Spring of 19?] 

The Initial expenditure on land 
and bnildlng.s repre.sent.s an outlay 
of $230,000, and he completed ooet 
t2U,000. 

FIRFPROOF r.ARAGE 
The new apart mem hou;.e will have 
fifty suites and will be of semt- 
flreproof construction approved by 
the British Columbia fire authori- 
ties. Ninety per cent of the suites 
will overlook some portion of the 
adjacent waters. In addition to 
the apartment building, arrange- 
ments have been made for theio- 
catlon of a fully fireproof garage to 
house fifty-one cars at one time. 
This garage is a unique feature of 
the main building, the roof forming 
the l^iaxsa. Col. de Mossln sUted 

"In designing this building." eald 
Ool. de MOesln, In an Interview con- 
cerning the project, "we have 
choeen an adaptotlon of 



nr-r) of Western Canada, manufac- 

Hte. 

MORE WILL BE EMPLOYED 
Manufacture of corrugated con- 
tainers in BrltLsh Columbia wUl be 
affected similarly, it Is added. Previ- 
ously St. Louis and San Francisco 
offered heavy competition on the 
domestic maikel in these boxes. 
British Columbia can supply suf- 
ficient pulpwood to enable domestic 
manufacturers to mei 
unlimited demand In 
modities. By capturing the British 
Columbia martest and estendlng 
Into tks Wvlm Qbaada field! 
plaat capaetty eaa be inwssssiaS 
more eraploymso* immi tat BrtHsi 
Columbians. 

British Columbia ha.s .sevea large 
fertiliser plants which will benefit 
Immea.suri.t,, the new tariff 
schedules, ii is pointed out. 
ASBIS* PBDfTBBS 
Thnt SUbstaatlal plant..^ engaKed 
In turning out printed matter, 
lithograph and other art work also 
Will benefit under the new .schedules 
Tlie new butter schedules In ad- 
dition to protecting the consumer 
from increases, will give the pro- 
ducer an advanUge over other out- 
side competitors. Under the old 
schedule they had a three cent pref- 
erence. Now, although the duty has 
been Ineteased, New Zealand ex- 
portora have a ahi cent preference 
over aU outside competitors, whil- ^ 

projislon is made to incr.Rs- this 1 NIPPON FOOTBALLERS 



giving, first British preference; 
ond intenaadiate. and fhM 

Urlff: 

Horses, over one year, valued at 
lioo or less per head saoh lift 

•12.M: 128 ' " 

Animals, 

provided; 

(a) Cattle, 
cents; rent 

• b' l»mb.s 
head n . ■ . $j, $3. 

(C) Not otherwise provided P>is; 
20 per tfii' 25 per cent. 

Li^' ' per pemtf-prett'li-f 
oenU. 2 cents. 

Caathivei en Page t, Cetama t 

mm m 
BE m m 

British National Union Party 
Arri City This 

Morning 



M\\ HtU' LOOOLNt. 

As a result Canada nam has an 
Influential arguBMOt la sedtlat in- 
oreaas la oreferenoes for her prod, 
acts on the Hew Zealand market 
which fcrlghtena the proepecu for 
Britleh Columbia timber pcoCusU In 
that country. 

Brltlah Columbia also sUnds to 
benefit by the upward revision in 
gasoline duties. Charles M R<)l»ton, 
manager of the Imperial Oil Com- 
pany, stated Prices to the consumfr 
will not be affected by the disap- 
pearance of the item which provided 
for free entry of gasoline mto Can- 
ada, he explained, but by protect- 
ing the domesttc market It will in- 
crease the output at domestic re- 
nnerles. thereby providing for fur- 
ther em|4oyment of Brltisti co- 
lumbians. Large quantities of gaso- 
line have been oomtog into the 



cnoien an adaptotlon of Boflleh oountw mkte^ flis 
domestk: architecture of the uixa- tAnT\ ««y-f»as sravl 



bethan period, a style much in 
favor to Victoria as being partlcu- , iu/, 1 

larly sultod to the beauty of iU sur- ^jy^j- U rn 



re?«etnhl* 



n MarUn, of I last night The murdered man Is 
BrantfoiL will iieai the Depart- reported to have farmed to the 
mcnt of Public WeUare. i nelghboitwod for some years. 



raondlngs which greativ 

those of certain part 

SITE OF STRLClLRt 

The site of the proposed building 
i« half a bkiek from the Oak Bay 
car iiae. ofvarleoklng the municipal 
park, and la a short distance from 
Oak lay Hotel and about two 
and a half miles from the com- 
mercial centre of the city 

Tlie directors of the rompany 
sponanrlng the project are Coi 
Borge de Mo.nnin. president. H E 
Boorman. vice-president; H, 3. Dar- 
late hour ' nell. C E Yearwood aiid "fT L, 
secretary - . . 



f'lii' 



BUKNOS AlKEti. Sept Iw- 
Presldent RtpoUto Irlgoyea. tlnw^ 
^"^^•^ Hadrlguea. today 
d to his party sdberenu to 
the new prevlsknal 
of President 



SECRfTAPY GF SCHOOL 
BHAin) AT VANCnilVrR 
i LNULKS AESIOMATIOM 



VANoomraa sept 
> » »-<^<lw WI B. a. Wotfe-Mortea. 
■ecretalry of the echoot board sub- ' 
mltted his realcnatlon tonight at 
the m^efin^ of the board It I 
decided to lay over the ^usstka of i 



Amendiiit'iif /* * ? n .ici Aitns to 
Protect Coal industry 

U iTAWA f^tnpt irt —Importation of goods toto Canada from 
' " I lo apply particularly to eoal, may be stopped 

h> .idr. -in-council if an amcndibent to the OvtOMAct 
touoduced in the House o f CoaMBoaa today by PrMr Beanett.' 

berorne, Jaw^ Th. OOVenimSOt propoeed the insertion of a new 

******* *™ empower the Governor -to-CouncU to 
S^**^ ^ jtapertatlon of ,ny goMto fi«« a^ aaMTiHt a 
party to the Tr%atv of v»r .Rin.'s ' 

' "1 Ruvsm in mind hi framlM the sae- 

uon indicated by the Premier te the Howe later/ atthowh 

1Jc?.S.«T.„"'.h"^ ^IrS^ » iald there had belTSS; 
ducusslon In the country aboat Import, ' vert^^in countries 
Where the whole population le engaged m ti.e production of soods 
imder tfie dlreetloo of the " — ^ *«"«uvm«ii w bwus 



Artist Will 



Third C ea i ee t ef 



Delayed by 
Has Twe- 



TO BE ENTERTAINEI 

Two visiting parUes will bt 
received by the Government and 
enterUlned during brief stays in 
Victoria. The vUltors include a 
party of twelve agriculturists tour- 
ing Canada under the auspices of 
the Brltlah National Union and a 
toam of Imperial Japenese foot- 
ball ''rs 

The British National Union party, 
making its sixth tour under the 
auspices of the organization which 
has for Its chief aim the promotion 
of closer understanding between the 
Motherland and Brlttah Dosnlaloas, 
win arrive by boat from TsaisariB 
early this mondng. 

In the party are Mr and Mrs. 
William Melklem. and Miss Joan 
Wilson Ihetr nleo- from Bennochy 
Park. Kirkcaldy, Fife. Miss Alice 
Yule, of Portobello, Midlothian; 
R E Rnead, and daughter. Ml«a 
^ F. Hnead, of Preston -on -Wye, 
Herrii rd. accompanied by Miss D. 
' Toner, a friend, also at Ker«ford: 
|W. R, Huntbach, of Naatwlch. 
! Chetfiire: J. Marchbank, aadlatMh- 
t«r. Miss M. A. B.' MarohbMik, of 
Ringhom. Fife, and J. R. Pattlnsoa. 
of the Tatch Leach and Wnmi^ 
Farms, nekr Manchester. 

ea Page 7. f^ehnaa Y 



Siiiij to 
RlLlcI I 



1 id 

Ulid 



order to assist the fund for 
the relief of the dep^nd^nts of the 
miners killed last mf>nth at Blake- 
burn, the management of the 
(:oiiv>um has generously arranged 
:o donate a proportion of the ro- 
ceipu on Itlday wbea la addltlaa 
to a saperw f ea tuie ptstare, Dyaa- 
rnito." Miss Ada My Uu e e e t . a Brit- 
ish contralto. wUl sing 

Mylehreest, who romeu fiiovt 
the Isle of Man, ha^ been erclalmed 
acroea Canada as an artist of su 



NEWPORT. R.I.. Sept. 1«-Be- 
^•imett, becalmed, the 
Americas Cup armada rode at 
•nchoria the haitor today instead 
or ridlag the waves out to sea 

The third race of the series In 
which the defender. Enterprise 
"I e .so far has outsailed the 
rh«ll<.nger. Shamrock V, was post- 
" iT-d until tomorrow bv the raoe 
committee of the New York Yacht 
[Club. 

Two Mg itteam yadtts had already 
collided In trying to asae their way 
out through the murk. Iwaards 
swaltod aar eomserted attempt by 
the fleet to so out. and cgndltloas 
obviously were impossible for sall- 
tn? ef aay sort* gf v g>IMBslg» 
race 

The fog was no thick It felt like 
rain 'Varcely a breath of btoeae 
hroiighout the mondiv, and 
Uie aimoapbere was oppreaslvoly 
sluggish so that even If the tog had 
llftod mtV ^ Mt^^^^^i ^^ Sm 



periative worth and has bean com- \^ 



LRUGIA) ma. ih > 
WITH PERU un 'T 

MONTIVIDEX). Uruguay, 8ept. IS. 
—The Uruguayan Oovernment an- 
nounced today that it had decided 
to break off 
with the Psnrrlaa 
emmeni. 

The action Is an WdSiiiilli of 
events In IJma during the revolu- 
tlon when Hr FolRaba. Uruguayan 
Minister perniif'r.i Aome of the 
Legula adrnini' ngures belnt 

sought by the p<.iii c u> use the lega* 
tlon a,<t a refuge. 

The Provlsloaal niimiiiasui af. 
l^rward 
grata. 



raeen to hpts Wftf^ the 
th« thirty-mfle leS».wladwv^ eoi'irae 
TlM third race wli he run off to 

tlfef jfm^ jotntmU' I Wardej^pat Brady said ths 



PRISON RIOT IN BALTIMOHS 

BAI.TTMORK. Md . 8^ It.— A 
guard and a prisoner were shot to 
a disturbatocc lata today at the 

tww koMNd or aMMfo poUee to the 
scene, information an hcur after- 
ward was meagre, with only a few 
police permitted to ente- but 



m 



THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA, B.C. WEDXI-SnAV. SF.lTIMr.KR 17. 1 



German Election Results 

A re Blow to Disarmament 

Says Manchester Guardian 



•rttith PreM Predlott Fomi- 

don of New and Aggres- 
iivt Fortifln Policy 

•y CAHROIJ. BINIJEH 
USo^yrUht. It K. J»y Th« Chtc w Umi\t 

I,o.Nr><)N Sf-pf 16 "Kvrrv Rpii 
L-ral siKli 111 Jbui'upc wiii dra\«> iii>iii 
Hm Oannaa •tocti|cp» fresh conti 

dtDM to rwUt a . WdUOtlBB of 

amuunents." The M«nehest«r 

Ouftrdlan ■■'•i'-v w. ,ui fdiii.i i-ii 
'In realnv iii< ie i-> \i<< iiki iiiM«ni 

of a Chang'- in Ofn!ii<:r. >. ■'•:i'!fMi 

policy. It may even be »lt«hlJy 
mora ooDoUlatory Uum latterly in 
ard« to itllgB tho aool«UiU with 
tlM OoTonwMBt Bat It to mty 
to arvue that the Imineiue Fudst 
fates prove that a large number of 
Oermans f..vor an advmti: . 
forelfn p<^cy. This is the .u«u- 
ment which will appeal to all thoee 



In wcry eoqntry vlie Meretly are 
apHMd to miniMiinwit vkUe m 
the open advoeatti« II m ktoaL" 

PERIL TO MHOCSACY 



Ruins of Hurricane-Swept Santo Domingo 




SLIPPERS 

For the Social Season 

Gorgeous Creations 
DistinctiT*— Individual 

Crepe de Chine in white or 
black, black and white moire, 
kids and sued'" m . - I 
liltinss to lit fZfk 
anv foot m9%9 

Munday's 

Better Fitting Shoes 
Sayward Bldg., IMS Deaglas tt. 



Holidays com* and go, but 
wash dav Roes on forever. 




you will enjoy wash day 
just as you enjoy Other holi- 
days. 

Beatty Washer Store 

160t DeoflM It Phooe 8417 



DaffodU Bulbs at 
18c Doxm 

/ACIFiC FEED CQIVIPA.4 Y 



Ail the LoDdoo newspapers »trri>& 
the peril to democracy and the 
parllaaMiktaiy nfteM of lljOOO/)oo 
antt'dsiMmalto votes. Tbay are 
specUUy iMjpfissil by the fast that 
the votes eame from the section of 
tlK' iiopiilalion cii.stKiiiBi Uv abstain 
iiig from voting I'hf rrM'rvr 
rlli/t-nrv is Hpi)rtH'i!!ly rfviihuUlon 
ary rather than (DuservaUve, Uie 
editorial writers say. 

Thsrs to a lattfanal eoBftetion 
that this is tsMporary pbass of 
dt.srontent. and It Is heightened by 
ih'' M'-M.uifc; inip<^rtance of the 
p.i ■ 1 ; ,1 ii H I 1 i \ .sy.st;«'r!i with liinuin ■ 
e: i; 1 1 !■ H ! ' >' 1 i '1HK'< Mo ,! of ' tir 

III' ,S| •.! p 'I . CXpM'i.^ (Ill' lu'lM- t)Ki' 

the ^H-M Iftt.^i -i*;!! I'^lxM up wi'll ihc 
new ir'sp n;-,;bl!ll\. itiid Iliiil. Iht 
more moderate elements will subui 
dinate thilr differences in order to 
five Oermaiij a ataUa. parUamen- 
tanr OomtammL aapaUs of with- 
standtef att^nullMr the Fu- 
cists of OeamtBm. 

CONFIDENCE IN GERMAN) 
It to rsaUsed that the immediat. 
futars to Mkelr to He dlfflvent, bn 
there to confUtonoe that Oennanv 
win emerge siteeessfully in the long 
r.:i as a powerful and prosperous 
t, it ion The stock exchange to in- 
• iinrd to wait and see. 

The News and Chronicle draws a 
lesson for other oonstitutionally 
aovemed oouatitos to that "veaic 
and Ineffleteat OoivanMnsnt. when 
< mpanled by serlous eoonomic 
ii.viess. tends more and more to 
send nations into a panic and 
drives them blindly Into extreme 
and daDfcrouB courses." 

NEW RATES GO INTO 
EFFiCT IMMEDIATELY 

Coniinoed from Page 1 

Meats. 

vlded; 

(a) Beef and veal per pound— 3 
cents; 2 1-2 cents; 6 cents 

(cj Pork per pound— 2 cents; 2 1-2 
cents; 3 cmts 

(d) Not otherwise provided— 2 
oento; 3 1-S eento; 6 cents. 

Msato, prepared er preserved, 
other than canned; 

<a) Bacon, hams, shoulders and 
other pork per pound— Ras; 13-4 
cents; 3 1-4 cents 

(h> Not nftirrwise provided, per 

r> cents. 

BtTTER AND EOOI 

Eggs in the shell, per 

cents; 21-3 cents; 10 cents. 

EifRs, whole, egu yollt or egg sl- 
buriirn, fro7,en or otherwise pre- 
parrd. not otherwise provided, 
whether or not su«ar or other ma- 
terial be added, per pound— 5 cents; 
10 cents; 11 cents. 

Butter, per pound— 8 cents; 12 
cents; 14 cents. 

Peanut butter, per pound— 4 
oento: • osQts; 1 eento. 

Hops, per poond— IS eento: 30 
cenu: 94 esnta 

Oats, per bushel— Free; f oento; 
16 cents. 

Oatmeal and rolled oati. per 100 
ix)und5— Free; 50 ce^ls; SO cenU. 
Rye. per bMshet-fwe; t esnto; 




Tbi Superb lew lit Forest Crotliy 

''ELGIN'' . 

IUdio-Plioao|pa^ Combination Is Here! 
Fteest Value on the Market at . , 

$238 

i'urchase Out of Income on Our ropular 
Payment Plan! 



RADIO-LECTRIC 

(.35 PORT tr. PHONE 3111 




THE photograph reproduced sbove shews rains of Alkobiiho Portes Street, one of the main thoroughfares of Santo Domingo city, left in 
the wake of the recent terrific tropical hurricane that swept the Domii Republic, claiming abovit 2,400 lives, injuring thousands and 

completely wrecking about $JO,000,000 worth of property. Outside relief has been rushed to the stricken area, whtre pestilence and famine 
threaten to reap a heavy toll in the path of the storm. 



Fresli 

ANCHOR BUTTER" 

ANOTHER ahlpmeot of this world-famous 
butter, from New geslsnd, wrapped in 



SOLD BY ALL GOOD GROCERS 




TRUSSES 

Those who are ruptured require a good Trujvs 
.md one that \s properly fitted. Our Trtiss 
expert has had over twenty years' es- 
perlenoe. so that each ens oMateed here 
gtVM thorough satl.sfTtctlon 

Mvaie Fitting Room 



THE OWL DRUG CO., LTD. M 



r*rt aaS OMSia* 



rb«o* lu 



BULBS and BULBS 

Come In and select your Tulips, Daffodils, Hyacinth and Orecus Bulbs. 
Ws have tbsm to thenMn aii Me «tade«r fee dtopler- 



Telephi 
418 



SYLVESTER FEED CO. 



Tales ti 



Batchelor's 

^ ^ ^ 3 1 1 d C ^ I** I* y 

THREE STORES 

PEOPLE'S CASH YatM Stmt 

SELF SBRVICB DoufflM Strt«t 

POPULAR Dop^ Stmt 

Christie Sodn Biscuit!, PkL Ifi^^ 

Roman Meal, Pkt 

Quaker Oits, Pkt --^ 

Qtiaktr Oats, with China, Pkt 83# 

Fresh Eggs, Pce-Wers. Per Doi. i W 

Strawberry Jam» 4-lb, Tin i 45^ 



II 



PLUM SPECIAL 
Lai^ Victoria Plums, 6-lb. Basket . 19f 
T nr^ r Yellow Egg Plums, 6-lb. Basket. 10< 



Crystalised Cherries, Per lb. 

Nt K :-,Urrr,] Al!n..v.ls, Per lb I0<* 

Shrlm! W.Wiiut Pieces. Per " 



iTr»n"iiWTiar • 



Wheat, per bushel— Free; 12 cents; 
30 cents. 
Wheat flour and semolina per 
1— Free; 50 eenU; 9135 
DUTIBS ON FLOWERS 
Flowers whether to designs or 
bouquets, or set— fkee; fires; 40 per 
cent. 

Potatoes, including sweet pota- 
toes: <a) In their natural state per 
100 pounds F ir ee ; free; TS eento. 

Dried, desiccated, or dehydrated 
per pound -Free; free; 3 3-4 cento. 

Soups, soup rolls, tablets, .cubes 
or other .soup preparations, not 
otherwise provided -15 per cent; 38 
per rent : 35 per cent. 

riKs, dried; plums, pronfts and 
dates, dried, unpltted per pound — 
rtm; 2-9 eetfta; 3-3 cents. Dates, 
not ottierwtoe preylded, per pound— 

1 cent; i 3-4 eento: 1 1-3 cents. 
Ooeoanut. deskeated. sweetened 

or not per pound— 5 oento; 6 cento; 
eeents. 

TINS INCLUDED 
Anchovies, sardines, sprats, pil- 
chard and hcrrlnR. packed in oil or 
otherwise. In .sealed tin containers, 
the weigh!, of the tin container to 
be included In the weight for duty: 

(a) When weighing over 30 oiuices 
and not over 36 ounces each per 
box— 3 1-3 cents; 5 cento; e cento. 

(b) Wbtm weifhtoff over 13 ounces 
and not over SO oonces, eaeir per 
box— a !•! eento; 4 cents; 4 1.2 
cents, fc) When weighing over 8 
ounces and not pver 12 ounces, each 
per box 2 cent.s; 3 cents; 3 1-2 
cent.s (d» When weighing 8 
oimces each or less per box — 1 1-4 
eento; 3 cento; 3 1-3 cents, 

ADVERTISING MATTER 

Advertl.'^lnf!: and printed matter, 
namely - Advertising pamphlets, 
•dvertislng show cards,' Illustrated 
adverttoing periodicals; price books, 
catalogues and price Usto; advertis- 
ing almanacs and calendars; patent 
medicine or other advertising cir- 
culars, fly sheets or pamphlets; ad- 
vertising chromns. chromo-types, 
oleographs or like work produced by 
any process other than hand paint- 
ing or drawing, and having any ad- 
vertisement or advertLslng matter 
printed, lithographed or stamped 
thereon, or attached thereto, in- 
cludint adyrttolnff bills, foldsrs and 
posters, or other similar arttotic 
work, lithographed, printed or 
stamped on paper or cardboard for 
bu.'lness or advertisement purpo.ses, 
not otherwise provided, per pound - 
in < ent.s, 12 1-2 renl.s; 15 cent.-^ 

Provided, that when imported 
under the general tariff rate, the 
duty shall be not less than— 35 per 
i-ent. 

Provided, that on the goods sped- 
fted to Item ITf and imported by 
mall sfter a given date duties may 
be paid by customs revenue stamps, 
under regulations by the minister, 
at the rates specified In said Item, 
ex< ept that oil each separate pack- 
age weighing not more than one 
ounce the duty shall bt oscb— 1 
cent; 1 cent; 1 cent. 

Provided, further, that en and 
after Oetober 1, 1910, the duty 
under thto itom shall be eaelv— 3 
eento; 3 cents; 2 cents 

Strawbosrd. mil I board, card- 
board and boards manufactured 
from other vegetable fibre, not 
pasted not coated; tarred papfr. 
felt board, sandpaper, glass or 
flint-paper and emery paper, or 
enenr oletb— 16 per cent; 33 1-3 per 
cent; 96 psr eent. 

PAPER AND BACK 

Paper sacks or bags of all kinds, 
printed or not -20 per cent; 10 per 
eent; 35 per cent* 

Wrspptoc paper of all kinds, net 
pastsd, eoatsd or embossed— 30 per 
cent; 30 per cent; 35 per cent. 

Psper rnntainer.i of all kinds, 
fll>re or eornigated per pound — 1 
cent; 1 14 cents l 2 cents. 

Peroxide of soda. »lllrate of soda 
In crystals or In solution, bichro- 
mate of scda. nitrate of soda or 
cubic nitre, sal soda, sulphide of 
sodium, nitrite of soda, aisenlato. 
nitrarsentote. btaarwntote, chlorate, 
bisulphite end stannate of soda, 
pmsslate of soda and sulphite of 
■oda— Free; f ■ ^' ' "e 

Sodium. suip'::ac of, crude, or salt 
cake per pound^t l-S.eOSto; 1-3 
cent; 3-5 rent. 

('.hif lirjulr, powdered or sheet, 
mucilage gelatine, caeeto. adhesive 
paste and Lsingiose and fst ptwnd 

3c: 31-3c; 2c. 

OABOLINS Am on. 

Dt.st.iUed, refined and V)i:ri(ied 
'': le-i-- i''-. ' 1 1 and kenisene 
I, ' '■ ' tllatr. naptlva 

and pi 1x1 .if ul petroleum, not 
otherwise provided, lighter than 
S335 speelfle gravtto at 00 degrsss 
tempsialwe per ga nes - to ; Sl-ee; 

2 1-00. 

ftstoral easlnghead. compression 
r staeorptlon gasallne. lighter than 
6«eo apecifto gravity at 00 



temperature, when Imported by 

dLstlllers of petroleum for blending 
with other Ka.solines distilled in 
Canada— Free free free 

EARTHENWARE 

Earthenware mnd stoneware, viz., 
deml Johns, chums or crocfc.s 25 
per cent; 30 per cent; 35 per cent. 

Earthenware and stoneware, brown 
or colored and Rockingham ware; 
"C.C." or cream colored ware, dec- 
orated, prtotad or sponged; and all 
earthenware, 00 per eent— SB per 
cent; 30 per eent; 35 per cent. 

Magneslte. caustic, calcined, or 
plastic magnesia— 20 per esot; SO 

per cent; 25 per cent. 

Magneslte, dead-burned or tinted 
—20 per cent; 25 per cent; 2S per 
eent 

Common and colorless window 
glass: 

(a) In sbeeto not exceeding 80 
square Inches In area, per pound— 
ll-4c; 13-4c; 1 3-4c. 

(b) In sheets exceeding 80 square 
Inche.s, but not exceeding 120 square 
Inches in erea, per pound - 2 l-4c, 
3c; 3c. 

(c> In .sheet.s exceeding 120 square 
inches In area, per pound— 0 l-4e: 
41-3c; 41-3C. « 

METAL WARES 

Britannia metal, nickel silver. 
Nevada and German silver, manu- 
factures of. not plated, not other- 
wise provided— 25 per cent; 38 per 
cent; 40 per cent. 

Articles constoting wholly or to 
part of sterling or other sUverware, 
nickel-idated ware, gilt or electro- 
plated ware, not otherwise pro- 
vided; manufactures of gold and 
silver, not otherwise provided— 30 
per cent; t71>S per esot; 41 per 
cent. 

Matcli cav.s. and parts thereof, 
finished on unfinished — 20 per cent; 
45 per cent; 45 per 6ent. 

Ingoto <rf lEoo and steel, not 
otherwiss peovMed, per tea tlJO; 
$3; 83. 

Blooms, cogged tagots, slato, 
blUets, not otherwise provided; sheet 
bars, of Iron and or steel, by what- 
ever prores.s made, not otherwise 
provided, per ton $2 50; $4.50; $4.50. 

Bars and rods, of Iron or .steel; 
billets, of iron or steel, weighing 
le.ss than 60 pound.s per lineal yard; 
lai not further processed than hot 
rolled, not otherwise p WelSs S , per 
ton— 14.25; 17; 87. 

IRON PROTECTION 

Bars or rods, of iron or steel, in- 
I eluding billets, weighing l&ss Uian 
60 pounds per lineal yard, hot 
rolled, as hereunder defined under 
regulations prescribed by the min- 
uter: Rods, to the coll. not over 
J75 Inches to diameter, when im- 
ported by maaufaeturers of whrs for 
use exclusively in the manufacture 
of wire, in their ow» faetoiles, per 
ton— 83.25; $5; $8. 

Plates, of Iron or steel, hot or < old 
rolled; ia> not more than 40 
inchss in wid'h, not otherwise pro- 
vided, per ton— $4.25; $«; 87. 

Iron or steel shapes or sections, 
as hereunder defined, not punched, 
drilled nr further manufactured 
than hot rolled, weighing not lees 
than 3S pounds psr lineal yard, 
vis., bsams. 19 to and Indudtag 
sis iMlies to depth, but not to to- 
clude sections; channels, up to and 
Including seven inches In depth; 
angles, up t.. and Including six 
Inches by six inches. 7.eefl, up to 
and Including six inches In depth 
of web. per ton $4. $6. $6 

Iron or steel angles, beams, chan- 
nels, columns, girders, joists, piling, 
tees. zees, and other shapes or sec- 
tions, not punched, drilled or further 
manufactured/ than hot rolled, not 
oUierwtoe provided, per tea QISI; 
•1: or. 

Iron or .steel angles, beams, chan- 
nels, columns, girders. Joists, piling, 
tees, zees and other shapes or see- 
tlons. punched, drilled or further 
manufactured than hot rolled or 
cast, not otherwise provided— 25 per 
cent; 35 per cent. 40 per cent. 

Pipe, cast of iron or steel, valued 
at not more than Sc per pooad per 
ton-07.00; $12M: 814 00. 

PARM MACHINERT 
Milking machines and attach- 
ments therefor; centrifugal ma- 
chines for testing butterfat, milk or 
cream; complete parte «l aU the 
foregotot— Res; 10 per eent; 10 per 
cent 

Cnttlvators. harrows. seeddrtUs, 
horserakes. horseshoes, sculBers. 
manure spreaders, garden seeders, 
weeders and comple.e part.s of all 
the foregoing ,-Free. 15 p^rr cent, 
X5 n«r cent 

Ploughs; farm, field, lawn or gar- 
den rollors. soil packers, complete 
parts of all the foregotog— Free; 15 
per eait: SO per eent 



ated therein, and complete paris Of 
all the foregoin g i>e e; 15 psT cent; 

25 per cent. 

Spraying and dusting mach::.(.' 
and attachmento therefor, including 
hand sprayers; fruit or vegetable 
grading machines and attachments 
therefor; apparatus specially de- 
signed for sterilising bulbs; pressure 
testing apparatus for determining 
maturity of fruit; pruaUf hooks; 
pruning shears, and oomptote parts 
of all the foregoing— rtos; U per 
cent; 25 per cent. 

Hay loaders, hay tenders, potato 
planters, poteto diggers, fodder tree 
outters, ■ eneUage cutters, grain 
crushers snd grato or hay grinders 
for farm purposes only, post hole 
diggers, snaths, stumping machines 
and all other afrricultural imple- 
ment.^ or agricuUtiral machinery not 
otherwise provided, and complete 
part3 of all the foregotof— Ftee; 15 
per cent; 35 per cent. 

HfCUBATOR RATRS 

Incubators for hatching eggrs. 
brooders for rearing yoimg fowl, and 
complete parts of all the loregolng — 
Pree; 15 per cent; 25 per cent. 

Hay presses and complete parts 
thsrsef— Ftee; 15 per cent; 36 per 
cent 

Scj-thes, sickles or rei4>tog hooks, 
hay or straw knives, edging knives, 
hoes, pronged forks, rakes, not 
otherwi.se provided— Free; 15 per 
cent; 25 per cent. 

Panning mills; peaviners. corn 
husking machines; threshing ma-, 
chtoe separators, including v.ind 
stackers, baggers, weighers and s( if- 
feedsrs therefor; complete parts of 
au the foregotog— ftee; 15 per osat; 
35 per cent 

WindmiUs snd complete 
thereof, not including shafting- 
Free; 15 per cent; 35 per cent 
RNOnfRB FRRB 

Internal combustion traction en- 
gines for farm purposes, vahied st 
not more than 11.400 each; traction 
atuchmento designed and imparted 
to be combined with automobiles in 
Canada for u.se as traction engines 
for farm purposes, and complete 
parts for all the foregoint? -free. 

The council mav In order-in- 
councll direct that inere be substi- 
tuted for Tariff Item 409 in Rchedu.c 
A of the Customs Tariff, 1907, and 
the several rates of duties of ctis- 
toms set opposite such item Li 
Scheduto A. the following: 

Internal combustion traction en- 
gines for fam purposes, valued at 
not more than $1,400 each; traction 
attachmente desipwd and Imported 
to be combined with atitomoblles in 
Canada for use aS traction etiglnv.-> 
for farm purposes, and complete 
parts of all the foregoing — 10 per 
cent, 15 per cent; 25 per cent. 

From and after the publication of 
such order-in-council in th.e Canada 
(lazette. Tariff Item 409M as it ap- 
pears in said schedule at the time of 
the passing of this act shall be re- 
pealed and the provisions of the said 
teriff item as it appears to the last 
preceding sub-section of thto section 
shaU be substttuted therefore. 

The Oovemor-to-Ooaaetl shaU not 
dh^t that such provtokms be substi- 
tuted ss aforesaid imiees and vnttl 
the Oovemor-to-Oeuncil to sattofled 
that internal combustion traction 
engines for farm ptirixi.ses. valued 
at not more than $1,400 each and 
traction atlachtnentJ? such as are 
de.serlbed m the aforesaid tjirlff Iteni 
409M are being manufactured in 
suti.s'an' n ' o.'i •;' '■ n Canada. 

* 'h boilers In 

combination, loi farm puri>oaes; 
horsepowers and traction engtoes 
for farm purposes, not otherwise pro- 
vided. and oomptote parte for all the 
foregotog— 15 per csat; SO per cent 

Pastourtalng for datoytog purposes 
and complete parte thereof— Sree; 
15 per eent: 30 per cent 

DOlVIBRTir M A< RINRRT 

Refrlgeratces. dooMStto or store. 



TWE ROBOT'S LULLABY 



Now it's your turn to join yOWr 
naighbora in reacuing the aaered 
Art •! Music from machtne-iaada 
dabesement bp stgatog tiJb «e» 
TOOAYI 



Deep-Seated 
Rheumatic Pains 

Quickly Yi Powwfol 
Ptaetrating Oil 



Probphl', no afTliotion Ls more 
common -etpoinclble for more 
Intense ng than rheumatism. 

Thousands al otherwto 
sons drag HiMO • Rfe tt 
and Sgony 

Hwe Is a new treatment Rlmply 
get a bottle of M»o f • crald Oil 
'full ',fr»;'g'h' nn.' 1 • to t'-r 



Of an kinds, completely equipped, or 
net-so per eeat; 37 1<4 per csat; so 

per cent. 

Washing machines, d om e s tic, with 
or without motive power imported 
therein; complete parts of washing 
machines— Ik per cent; 25 per cent; 
38 per cent 

Clothes wringer, domestic, and 
complete parte of metal thereof— 20 
per cent; 30 per cent; 35 per cent. 

Fire engines and other fire extin- 
guishing machines; hand fire ex- 
tinguishers; sprinkler heads of auto- 
matic sprinkler systems for fire pro- 
tection— 22 1-2 per cent, 30 per cent; 
35 iK-r cent. 

Lawn mowers — 20 per cent; 30 per 
cent : X2 \-2 per cent. 

Traction engines and complete 
part.s thereof, not otherwise provided 
—Free; 15 per cent; 25 per cent 

Hollow-ware, of iron or steel, 
coated or not, not otherwtae provided 
—30 per cent; 37 1-S per oeat: 30 
per oeat. 

Kitchen snd dairy h<dIow-ware of 
iron or steel, coated with tin, includ- 
ing cans for shipping milk or cream, 
not painted. Japanned or decorated 
—20 per cent; 27 1-2 per cent; 33 
per cent. 

Hollow-ware, or iron or steel, 
coated with vitreous en m f 221-2 
per cent; 321-2 per cent. 33 per 
cent 

Msnufactures of tinplste, painted. 
Japanned, decorated or not. and 
manufactures of tin. not otherwise 
provided— 30 per eeht; ST 1-3 per 

cent; 30 per cent 

FARM VEHICLES 
Farm wagons, farm sleds, logging 
sleds, and complete parte thereof- 
Free, 18 per cent 35 per cent. 
I Children's carriages, sledls and 
P*'** other vehicles; complete parte of 
all the foregoing— 224 per ceat, 30 
per cent. 35 per cent. 

Notwithstending the provtokms of 
tsjtff item -443, matertoto or com- 
modities as hereunder defined or 
described when imported by manu- 
facturers for use exclusively in the 
manufacture, in their own factories, 
of the good/; enumerated in tariff 
Items. 409A. 409B, 409C. 409D. 409K. 
408F, 409O, 40SJ, 4000, 400P and 
438, under regulsWOBS ptoSrBtod by 
the minister: 

(1) Pig iron, per ten— 78 eeate, 
$1.25. $1.35. 

<2) Bars or rods of iron or steel, 
hot rolM. per toa-OO.UH, lOM, 
83.50. 

.■BATINO FLANTC 

.^iparatus described for eeoktog 
or for heating buildings 

1 1 1 For coal or wood — 15 per OSBti 
25 per cent, 30 per cent. 

<2) For gas— 15 per OOBt. SS per 
cent, 30 per cent. 

(3) For electrldtp— 15 per eent. 
^5 per cent, SO per cent 

(4) For otl— 15 per cent. 38 per 
cent, 30 per cent. 

Eleetric light fixtures and appli- 
ances. NOP. and complete parts 
thereof— 30 per cent, 30 per cent, 
SO per dent 

ELECTRIC LAMPS 
Electric head, side and tell lights, 
electric torches er fla.thlights — 30 
per c«nt, 30 per cent. 30 per ceat 

Electric are lamps and toeea- 
desosnt sleotrto light leolps. N.O.P. 
—SO per cent SO per oeat SO per 
cent. 

Electric dynamos or 
and transformers, NO P 
plete parts thereof 35 
33 1-3 per cent; 37 p"i 

Electric motors. N.O.P. 
plete parts thetvof— 38 

33 1 -3 per 

iMAY Ib-UI-OKAKlLi 

Steel dtos. of a dess er ktoi aot 
made to Oaaada. for use esclusively 
in the manufacture of rsdtaton for 
motor cars and mot^r trucks, unf 
March 31. 19.11-5 per cent. 10 p^, 
cent. 10 per cent 

Provided that such dies 'hall be 
exported from Canada under Cus- 
toms supervision within three mootiM 
from the date of Impart fltMtp. 

Surgical suction app ai at ue . in- 
cluding motive power; |« rs iwu e d 
■urgioal catgut, ethyl chloride; 
canopy or pedestal operating-room 
lights designed to minimize shadow, 
not including bulbs; all the fore- 
gotog of a class or kind not made 
In Canada, for the tas sf any paUto 
hospital, mA 
scribed. Of Oto 
free 

poeee— Pree. free. free. 

Roving, yarns and warp« wholly 
of c.otton. not more advanced thun 




"AnH v,„r« b«com« of tk« 
ja My Motlter Taught M«'>" 
kunaate the iaiant. stirring (rem 
a ai^tmar*. "I don't Iik« tkia 
new aurae at all, and I want my 
really, truly metk«r bacli again." 

Shall tk« Sbatkiag aad refresk* 

ing inapiratiea of Uvlng Muaie 

be •uperr«df<l in our TTie«trr« hv 
tk« akoddy aubatitut* oi mecltaa- 
ical r«produ«tioaa> 

Muiic Lovar* by tK« millioas 
ar« aaying "No I" to tkia prapea- 
taroua impoaition. Tka Muaic 
Dofoaao Loagao kaa grown ai 
iaglr davteg tka past let 

THE AMERICAN UDLRAlir N OP MUSICIANS 

•/ tht Unittd S(«(». I" ' < anmJm 
C a. H«a4arsaai, CmmMm Otiitmr Imr Cmnmda, 4SS DaTaBr«rt Toroato, < 

1440 Rfeedwer. Nmt Yeiik » y.< 



FadaraliMi of Mualdana 
•Swar. Naw York, N. Y. 
It WIOmoI taHhar aMIfaMaa at 
■r pan. «aata Mmi mr aaaa la Ifea Maaia 
DdHMa Ltafaa at mm )• •aaaaarfta MM 
xiaiMUM tl UvlH Ma«4a Inm a*TlMB»» 




used to their own factories in the 
manufaetOfe of knitted goods. 12^ 
per cent, 15 per eeat, SS% per cent. 

Roving yams and warps wholly of 
cotton, including threads, flOrds and 
twines gcnerH . i f(jr sewing, 
stitching, pack.in I'h; fnd other pur- 
poses. N.O.P . cotton yani.s, wholly 
or partially covered with meteiUc 
strip, generally known as tinsel 
thread. 15 per oeat. 33^ per eent. 
35 per cent and per po«md. 3 eente, 
3'i cents. 4 cents. 

Cotton .sewing thread, yam and 
crochet, knitting, dan im raid em- 
broidery yam, in hanks, when im- 
ported by manufacturers for use 
exdustvahr^ to their own f aetortos to 
the manufacttalng of spooUng or 
cotton sewing thwed and crochet 
knitting, dazatog and embroidery 
cottons, T j per ent, 10 pir eent 
20 per cent. 

Wovda fabrtoa aholly of eotton 
not bleached, meroertoed nor col- 
ored, N.OP.. and cotton seamless 

bag.s, 17>j per cent, 20 per cent. 35 
per cent, and per pound, 3 cento 
3\* cenU, 4 cento. 

Woven fabrics whoUy*of obtton 
btoachsd or me r ce ris ed, not cotored, 
N.OP., 30 per cent, 22 'i per cent. 
S7H per cent and per pound, 3 
cer.U.^ . : 4 cento. 

Woven fabrics wholly of cotton, 
printed, dyed or eolored. Wj(>.P.. 
231-3 per cent. 871-3 per cent. 
331-S p«r cent and per pound. 3 
cent*. 3 1-2 cents, 4 cents. 

Woven labrics. wh(>lly of cotton 
with cut pile. N O P , 22',, per cent, 
37 per cent. 33 '.i per cent, aad 
per peaaO. S eeals. SM eeate, < 
cents. 

LACES AND NETS 
Anbrolderles, lace, neto, nettings 
boblnet N.OJ>.. frtogss and tasieta 
wholly of eottsa, SO per eeat. S7H 
per cent, 30 per cent, aad per pOuad. 
3 cento, S*i cento, 4 cents. 

Clothtog, wearing apparel and 
articles made from woven fabrics 
and all textile manufa<t ,ir > 
or partially manufactured, com- 
posed wholly of cotton. N.OP.; fab- 
rics wholly of eottea, coated er im- 
pregnated. NvOP., lO per omt, so 
per cent. 35 per cent end per 
pounds, 3 cento. 3H cento. 4 cents. 

Sails for boats and ships. 15 pei 
cent. 2^7 per cent. 25 per ceij' if 



per pound, S eeats, SH oeate. 4- 

dnto. 

Woven fabrics iVholly of jute, not 
bleached nor colored. N.OP., Itee, 

0 per eent, 15 per cent 

Woven fabrics W'holly or In part 

1 of vegetable fibres, and all i>uch 
fabrics with cut pile, NOP., not 

' containing silk, artificial silk nor 
wood. 20 per cent. 27 1-S per OSOtSi 
per cent 

Woven or braided fabrics, not ex- 
ceeding twelve inches in width, 
wholly or in part of vegetable fibres 
N.O.P.. not to contein silk, artificial 
silk nor wool, 35 per cent, 97^ fu., 
cent, 35 psr oeat 

RID nRRSODr EXSCUTBD 



10.— Tbe aeerek, 
re <to.> 



MOROOW, 
pollee iMTO anaswMied three fire de 
partmeaT oOclato were osesuted by 

a firing squad today and five others 
sentenced to long imprisonment as 
counter revolutionaries. They were 
convicted of having plotted to em- 
barrass the Government Ijy pre- 
tending to extinguish fires. ,. 

NO ri l) SC I LPTOR DEAD 

MILAN. Italy, Sept. 16. — The 
sculptor Rlccardo Ripiimontl. elrhty- 
one, died here yesterday. His best 
known works were "Judicial Error** 
and ' Waterloo and Cain " 

HEADACHE; 

W hy sutler wiieu iciict u 




Millions of peopla kav* learned ti 
depend nn Aspirin tahiets to relieve I 
audd«n headacke. Tkey know it essci 
tk« pain >o quickly. And tkat It to S( 
I hannlass. Genuine Aspiria tableta nevrt 
hsna^he hsMrtL^ltosd ^ d to sc ^ i i i to psck 

eeldl^ pain of all kln<Is. 



generators 
, and com- 
per cent. 

cent. 

, and cam- 
per cent. 




eMMr islf-Madhw or wltheat bind- 



hai vMtef 9 to comMaatlon with 

■ Machines ^epn- 

c.uUu^ the moUva power utoorpor- 



ant to use and Uiere is no doubt toit 
what ths most stabtara aad sm& 
esseejrieM aotokiy to Ms powsttei. 
penetrattnt tofhienee. The flnrt ap- 

pi.ntlon hrlnga blssgOd tollef Ml 
gftod drug stores hasv 1^ lAdvt) 



Si. 



singles, N O P., 12 per cent, i') i>'- 
osat, 33H psr oeat sod psr pound, t 
s ante. SH ettto, 4 ante. j 
Roetogs, yaraeetot aaipy w tooOy i 
of eotton. ae4 aMoi adeeaeed than | 
when tovertod'bjr manu- 
to be 



only are they the 
1 1 palatable oi 
lleats, but for the week- 
end ypecUl prices prevail. 



PriiBo Ribe 

Oven 

20c 



Steer Baaf Oven 
Roaali^ 

lb. 



12ic 

c.'. 0 c 



Steer Bar 

Roasts, 

Ih. 



Lean Boneless Stew 
Baafa 



15c 

s Stew 

15c 



Minced 
Baaf. Ik. 

Spring Larnh 
ShoiilfJers, lb 

r^"^ 10c 

Pure Pork f>Kr^ 
Satwagas. lb.. CVV 
Beo fliRoage 



7 

I 



New England Market | 



mion Motel) Phon* / ""I 



TriE DAILY COLONIST, VlCTORIAVBC WEDNSSDAY. ggPTEMBgR 17. 1930 



POLICE BELIEVE 
WOliiiNCie 

'E 





Indian Trackers and Hounds 
Find No Trace of Cozent 
Spencif 

SEARCH CONJIIUIES IN 
CHILCOnW bSm UNO 



Days (,r f ; ni > :('^^ : Mil 
COZnis S(lfl,r»'l \HlIlI<*l1 Hi rMlillf - 

tlon wMh Vic latfil shi>i>titiK nt M- 
ward \Sii!'r ttiul the wnniiflUig of 

Walter H. tjlodaard. at Nine-MUe 
Ranch, in the Ohlleotln oountry, 
an iMuUng to • griMrlnf anxiety on 
Am part of tht a«thorltifl« that th« 
alwnff nan will not be round alive. 

Bqwft Indian trackem. dogs and 
every othfi iih mds }ia\c Ixm-d em- 
ployed to uji iiv. I ttn- wlu-rcabouti 
ot Spencer, aftei hf Ued from ihe 
Mcne ol the sudden klUiog. sup- 



poBTdly tPmfKTr»rity unhtufed men- 
tally rruiii nil atiinenl of Mveral 
month*' standing. 

Vmtn rroviadal Utrwuat Oai- 
lacher a post of armed men. in* 

chidlnff fire rangers and otflrers 

of the Koyal Cainuliiiii Muuit'.cil 
Pollre. wuii IndiHii kuicIc, liaM 
(M:<*urrf) Ihe ttJfd ncai ,si riit < il 

ihf kiUintt and fiji iiiilts mouiiil. 
Now the feai l.^ K>()wing that 

Speooer may have met the aame 
Cat* that hla wlM act noted out 
to OM of the two Mplogroof on 
wlMm feo to altoted to htm opened 
fire mUh • d>ot(un akout a week 
aga A river near the scene of 
the k:;;uu^ i.s bPiiiK >'\ai!.i; > il by the 
txilii t- H!.(l .'ifniiiUa itrc t)«;iaK em- 

piox'd u, >, um eeoBtry hiovor 

*ldeni!i« c iti le^ 

Lai<- Aoni to Uif Provlncia; I'i. 
Uoe headquarters last evening Iroin 
Inspector Femle cont&lnad no fresh 
hop*, ■penoar. It was roported. is 
stOl nlnlnt. aad obaneog of hxa 
belnf atin alive are fivfing more 
remote. It Is feared 

IS APPOINTED JUDGF 
IN WASHINGTON COURT 



E 





British Columbia's Chances 
Are Uneoualed. Dr. W# R. 
Guiin Believes 



Noted Canadian Aviator Feted in Japan 



orbf to 
nwmlnff. 



roD tito abr aii 



OLYIIPIA, Waih.. sept. 18.— 
JudfO Adam Boetor. of the King 
County Superior Oovt, waa ap- 
pointed by Oovemor Roland H. 

Hartley today to succeed Judge 
Walter M French, who died Satur- 
riHv as justiea of tho state 

tiupreiiie Court. 



New Stucco Bungalows 

ON WHICH WE HAVE BEEN ABLB TO ARJUNOE 
SPECIAL PRICES 

OAK BAY, NEAR CAR. RECEPTION HALL. LIVIXC- 
rooni with open fire, French doors to kitchen and dinette. Special 
pliuiitjiii>{ iu bathroom, 2 lar;;e l.cilrooiiis with dowels, liiini closet; 
basement has tubs, ttorcrooni and overuse iurnacr 
cement runway and floor; chicken houMt and vers C Q i [Zft 
large lot all in garden ^WJ 1 WU 

OAK BAY, HIGH UP. NEAR MOUNT TOLMIE. 4 

rooms and dining alcove, shower bath, large garden, #4 1 C A 

splendid view. Taxes. $16.50 „ I -JU 

OAK DAY. IN MONTEREY SCHOOL DISTRICT, 5 LARGE 
rooms and stair* to attic, oak floora; wired for el^tric jange; 
bath and shower, furnace, tubs; garage. Extra 
•pecial vahie at - _ _ 

CRAIGDARROCM, 7 LARGE ROOMS AND SUNROOM. 
built-in features, oak floors, hot water beating, separate bath and 
toilet and extra toilet, washroom; tiled floors and 
2 large lots iti oak trees. High position wiili nuc 
view. Priced below replacement. On terms 



$4)200 



FAIRFIELD. KE.\R SEA. ONE OE THE PR I 
Kalows ill the city; 4 large rooms; every liiini « 
best; pretty garden. A pleasure to show thu 
Beautiful home _ ^ _ t 



$9,500 

'Trrst Ri'v 

.Hill 'It ■ 

$4f200 



bURCBRED STOCK PAY6 

Mixed farmaig as practised in 
BritMi CMomMa will be more mc- 

op-s.-ifiil in the 'fiHii the 

highly specialised type of farming 
to be seen so extensively tn Southern 

Cm!:!"! [>Sii, at;r. ii ill isg !n Dr. W. R 

(Juau, director of "tp^mftl huabandry 
for the provinee. who. imm rotumed 
to victoria after attending a veter- 

Inary congress held at Loe Angeles 

( Jvcr-.specially.H: : . )]i ;ii M.ii.i' in- 
•stanc'-. h.i,-, broiii.'ht .iljuut .i ^jinAiti 

of t)li(l ,i:;i! iMllIU.il d'.■^'il-.«'.^ that 

Southern farmers are fUuUng hard 
to deal with, reports Or. Ounn. Thla 
If true, ho statai. pirtlcularly in 
poultry ratainf and amang eattk. 

A survey of state veteiteary 0(d- 
leges and practice In the Western 
States lead.s to ihr belief that 
British Columbia Ls lavdifd by 
relative freedom from bird and 
animal disea.ses and particularly 
blessed by K.s abundance of water. ! 
Failure of domestic wells In some 
Southern farms, which turned salt 
without warning, haa oocaaioaed a 
serious sltuatkm. Or. Otrnn was 
informed. 

Prp.i-.sure nn livestock men in cer- 
tain m.'.tii.irc.s in lUe South has led 
to Uquidailon of ♦everything In sight, 
with good slock going for a* Utile 
as $2 a head British Coliunbla 
sheep rai.sers would be advised to 
sell poor grade atooks at this time 
and buy In high grade anlmala, 
offered. In some cam, at ven^ 
attractive prices. Dr. Ounn obeerved. 

In Washington and Oregon, farm- 
ing and' livestock raising 1.5 on a 
different plane than In California, 
and British Columbia can learn 
much from the Northern 13tates In 
many respects, he said. All things 
considered, British Columbia offers 
uneqiulled chances tor success In 
general farming and stock raising. 
Dr. Otrnn believos, as a result of a 
trip that carried him over a oon- 
sklerablo area on hto wagr to and 
from the convention. 




a bouquet from the oaugbter 



I IBUTBNANT Harold Bromley, vrell-known Cdiu i.a.i av.atiu, v.-^^..,^, 

of Governor Yamagata. of Kanagawa Prefecture, while the aeroplane City of ~TacomB u" wtdting at 
Yokohama to uke off for the Kasumigaura Air Field en route to Tokio, The lowor dom diova. left to 
right: Harold (ktt}r. atvigMocj Lieut. Bromley. Miss Mitruko Yamagata and Qovoniorjito Ywnacata: 
^ The top picture shows the plane 



COLES,HOWELL&CO. 

638 View St. Limited Phone 65 



EXACTS HLLDGES NOT 
TO INCRLASL PRICES 



HIGHEST PART OF FAIRFIELD I 

I 
I 
I 

a 
I 
I 

I 

I 



EASILY CONVERTED INTO REVENUE DUPLEX 
STATELY OAK TREES. MAGNIFICENT VIEWS 

A very handsome nine-roomed residence which cotiid I^c easily 
altered into a ten or eles en-roonicii duplex. There is a bpaciou.s 
hall, drawing-room i6.xI4 teet beautiful mi:sic-room and library 
16.x 14 feet: beamed ceiling^: paneled walls; excellent large bath- 
room: srwing-room plumbed for extra bathroom; five large bed- 
rooms, one extrii larjjc with two separate dressing-rooms, also very 
large sun porch. Each bedroom has a very complete dressing- 
room, closets with drawers, linen lockers, glassed-in cupboards. 
Fiill cement basement, storeroom, furnace, RutKl heater, cement 
driveway. I^arge lot 60 x 127 feet. 

This la a toed oppertunltT to acquire • nne proprrty cheaply and COnvart lata 
a rsveaiM-haarina duplex at imall putlay. owntr Seavtna city. 
Mr Mae aid parMealars amW at aw afflot. 



PEMBERTOIM & SON 

^68S Port ICrMi Phoao 3gg . 



Continued from Pagfe 1 
employment directly, and .several 
other thou.saiid Indirectly in other 
lines of buslne.is through the ex- 
tension of industry. In addition to 
the relief to be afforded ttie un- 
employed, ho Justified tariff tax- 
creases on aoeount ct tho devek)p- 
ment of industrial facilities in Okn- 
oda, equal to any In the world, that 
these facilities were equal to sup- 
plying the Canadian market, a.s well 
as entering Into the worlds' trade, 
and al.so remove iinlair competition 
and unequal competition, to Cana- 
dian Industry and labor. 

In conclusion, he said: "We have 
taken these that are key industries, 
those where activity may be stimu- 
lated and employment given on a 
larger scale. We have seotired the 
consumer against exploitation, and 
the result will do much to meet the 
emergent conditions for which this 
Partlamont was called togsUMr." 

SIGNED PLEDGES 
During the past seven years there 
has been enormous Increase In the 
importation of agricultural Imple- 
ments. The tariff proposals sub- 
mitted today make very substantial 
increases In the dutgr on all agri- 



cultural Implrment.s. These in- 
creases <-ange tiom 10 to 15 jier 
cent Bf'foie the Govenmient 
agreed to this further protection to 
the agrleultui ai implement indus- 
try, \rr'**m irMWIBI includ- 
ing Ittaoey Harris, dooUbutt and 
others plaMil tn tha bands of the 
Finance Minister a signed state- 
ment, in which it waa« agreed there 
would be no increase In price con- 
sequenf, on tho Increase In duty. 
So that .sUmulatlnK the agricullijraJ 



Ing regulations, or In valuation for 
customs duty. Provision is made for 
a duty on automobile engines, as 
the Oovenvor in Council Is con- 
vinced there are sufBoient produced 
in Canada to meet the c1r;r.:\nd. 

TEXTILES BENEFITED 
No industry In Canada suffered 
as grMtljr under the late Govern- 
ment as tho naauiaeturehi of tex- 
tiles. The spinning Industry was 
practically put out of business 



Implement industry will not be at I while Canadian texlUes wru> faced 



CPCT Is "stepping on If on the 

air »11 morning. 



the expense of the farming com- 
munity, but the industry will bene- 
fit by Increased production and dis- 
trUmUon. During the past eight 
years reduction ip duties on agri* 
cultural Implements has almost in- 
evitably been followed by increase 
In prices to the farmer. 

In the present instance an in- 
crease in duty means>no increase in 
price. 

NO INCREASE ON GAS 
The duty on gasoline under the 
British preference Is m cents per 
gallon, and the ehange proposed is 
to a cents per gallon with the inter- 
mediate and general tarllT remain- 
ing as now at 2'» and a'j cents, re- 
spectively. British gasoline com- 
panies have no refineries in Canada. 
Here again the large refining com- 
panies have entered into an agree- 
ment with the aoTomment not to 
Increase the price to the consumer. 
A similar duty to that at present 
proposed wa.s agreed upon by the 
advisory tArifT board last Winter 
and also by Hon. C. A. Dunning 
then Finance Minister, when the 
Dunning Budget was before the 
Cabinet. This was ellmnatod owing 
to the pending «leotlaa. Here agahi 
there is no increase cost to the con- 
sumer. It will probably lead to a 
a l.Trge British oil company estab- 
lishing a rpfinr-ry In Canada. 

There Ls no change in tiufonioblle 
duties. Any protection afforded this 
IndtHlnr will ha tai the anU-dump- 



There is a Prudential Policy ' 

Iw evoi iuoil Qt lite wsuraace need . . ttutm* 



Policy 

With Change of Rate at Lnd of Thm Y%mn 

e 

ANNUAL PNCMIUM 



modiliea 3 

§9 dmmmrvmdiy poputmr forlt9 

WIDE ADAPTABILITY 



$5,000 
$5,000 
$5,000 
$5,000 



n.^TK c . Dividend NatCdtt 

Flraf Thraa Fourth and Aaportlon.d Fourth Year 

Y»«ri Followiag Yaeri for 1030 en thla bails 

$60.50 $71.20 $13.20 $58.00 

80.25 94.40 

11*^15 135.45 

1 74.90 206.76 



16.90 77.50 
23.05 112.40 
33.10 172.65i 




PgftMt QMrlMly, ea w l< m >«MH| tr AmimIIi) 



This policy calls for one Increase in rate 
beginning with the fourth year; but dividends 
begin at that time and If current exporiPD^ o 
of the Company as to earning . con 
tinues. dividends will at least equal 
the Increase 



Call th« Prudantlal OfflM 
and gat rata for yo«r m%% 

Alexander Marshall 

Asst. Supt. 
Sayward Bldg. Victoria 



U 4i 




L V . 




iii 



^ Pm^tial ,iiisttniiict (Bompan^ o{ JVmenca 



ROMt OPnCft MmmkMj: 



with compellllon from mass produc 
lion ui the United States, and the 
production of the cheap labor of 
Continental Biirope and Japan. 

YARN DUTY INCREASED 
The duty on yarq has been in- 
creased beyond that when It was 
abolished three yaars ago^ and sub- 
stantial laereasea have been af- 
forded every line of textile produc- 
tion. Here again the leading 
manufacturers have given pledges 
to the Qovernment that there will 
be no inpeoae o( prtoa to tho eon- 
sumer. 

the taicrease in duties on textiles 
is expected tr> pfTnrd a market for 
Canadiah woul and sthnulate the 
sheep industry. 

Raw. silk and artificial silk from 
Italy and a cheap hosiery from 
Japan were severe compgtlton tc 
liite ^»»Mten produeta. 

For years the CaaadlaB footwear 
industry has been calling for more 
protection, e.speclally against men'f 
shoes from Great Britain and 
women's .shoes from the United 
Stales. The prosperity of tho foot- 
wear industry through luch com- 
petition has been seriously impaired 
and tho now duHaa are expected to 
brhig It badt into a aomud con- 
dition. 

IRON AlfD snSL 

There are many changes in hon 
and steel schedules, but chiefly in 
tho intermediate cUss. The in- 
crease tn such intermediate duties 
is directed agaln-sl tho iron and 
steel products coming into Canada 
from Continental Europe There L"^ 
little cliange. If any, in the duties 
on Iron and steel produeCb coming 
from Great Britain and oioopt on 
Iron pipe from the TJBltod States 
The duty on pipe is Increased from 
$10 to 114 a ton. 

CANADA BETS WJTfMM 
During the last electkm Mr. Ben- 
nett sovereiy critlciaed the counter 
▼ailing duties as placing the making 
of the Canadian tariff on the com- 
modltle.s affected In the hands of 
the United States Oovemment 
The countervailing duties are alMl- 
ished, and are replaced by speeinc 
duUes almost equivalent to those 
Impooed on like commodities by the 
UfUted States, as. for InsUnce. the 
duty on butter is placed at 14 oenU 
per pound and egg.-, at 10 cents per 
,do7*n The duty on wheat and 
wheal flour Is Increased consider- 
ably, but not to the same height ar 
that Imposed by the United States 
Twur rsdnetioa and msUbinty 
underthe late Oovemment practi- 
cally wricked the glass and fertilizer 
industries of Canada The huge gla-s.'s 
Industry established in Hamilton 
was scrapped, and the frrtlllMr 
planf.s nearly all went out of bml- 
ne.'s To rehabilitate the.se Industries 
the Oovemment has placed a dtity 
of 10 per cent general tariff on fertil- 
isers and 6 per cent British prefer- 
ential, e^e the duty on common 
and coleriess window glass rangca 
from 1 a-4 cents per pound to 4 1-3 
cents par pound 

BU8SIAN COAL 
While it was not speciflcany men- 
tloned In the tariff, the Government 
takes authority to place an embargo 
nn th- Importation into Canada of 
any goods exported directly or In- 
directly from any cotintry not a con- 
tracting party tc treaty of Versailles 



that ho had roceivod a mandate 

from the people of Canada to under- 
take a revision of the, tarlfT. The 
Intention wa.'s to genei-ally discuss 
the whole tariff structure at the 
next session. At the present time 
some 126 Items which, bjr Inoreaaed 
protection, would assure greater em- 
ployment, were being considered 

~A number of Items only will be 
dealt with i-hey wiU be dealt with 
on the basLs of the employment that 
will be given to tlioee who are now 
unemployed. And we have »try de<l- 
nite assurances from thoae who are 
charged with producing in this 
country that as a result of the ac- 
tion we are taking they will increa.se 
the number of men and women In 
their mills and factories. I said the 
other day that the number might be 
e-stlmated at 25,000 within a reason- 
able time. I think that it is too low 
an estimate, hut I desired that the 
estimate should be at least con- 
servative, as in keeping with the 
party for which I .^peak at this mo- 
ment. When I .say 2,'). 000. I think I 
am uridrre,->tiniating the number of 
men and women who will find em- 
j ploymjnt by i eason Ot the action 
that we are taking. 

BUSINESS PROPOSITION 

"Now. let me shortly put as a 
buslne.s.s proposition the principles 
on which we proceed First we in' 
Canada have developed faculties for 
Industry. Over a long period of 
yean «-e have carried forward our 
operations, and today \n men and 
machines and material we are the 
equal of any people in the world. 

•'Having these facllltle.-:. it will be 
observed, .secondly, that thoee fa- 
cllitle,s are capable of not only sup- 
plying our own requirements, but In 
many instances of supplying the re- 
quirements of others; In other 
words, production for an export 
business. But, thirdly, owing to the 
unfair comoetiUon to which Cana- 
dian industry has been subject, ow- 
ing to the Inequality of opportu- 
nities afforded to Canadians as 
compared with others, those facili- 
ties are now employed for only part 
time, and in some idstances they are 
idle altogether. 

"That means, as was said by the 

Ron. Mr. Ryckman, Minister of Na- 
tional Revenue, yesterday, that 
inasmuch as the last 10 per cent, 
which the productive effort of in- 
dustry, finds no scope for its activity 
or employment, there l.s InsU-ad of 
profit, loss, and Instead of facilities 1 
being employed to their capacity 
they are empl(qred only partly and 
for part time. 

"Wo propose, tiMNfore, to pro- 
vide that so far as may be rea.ion- 

aWy possible, the lO.OOO.Ooo people 
living on the northern half of this 
continent shall bo provUM by Oa- 
adian producers. 

VNTAIB COMPBirnON 

"Those who are famUlar with the 
trade returns of this country will 
observe that the lmi)ortatlon.s of the 
goods that could be. and In fart are, 
produced In the Dominion ar" very, 
very great, and that by reason of 
tho.se importations dumped Info Ihl.s 
country, in some Instances produced 
under very abnormal conditions, in 
other cases produced whore there 
arc different standaids of living, 
different ideas with respect to life 
and tts problems and responsibili- 
ties you have a competition, which 
as I have said, is both unfair to 
tho individual and certainly afforri.s 
no equal opportunity wltii whom 
they compete. 

"We propose, therefore, to deal 
with a limited number of items for 
the purpoao' t€ offoetuatlng just 
what I Hav« stated. We propose to 
deal with countervailii^ duties. 
Those who in thix House listened 
on May la'^t to the budget of that 
day wMI recall that countervailing 
duties were .suggested as a means of 
meeting rompetltlon from the 



ESTAr.i.i.-iikD lyui 

Angus Campbell & Co., Ltd. 

1009-10 GOViviU^M£MX STREET 



Excellent \ uliit's for 
Those V\ ho Shop 
Here This Morninu 

Women^M New fur-Trimmed 1 atui 

Loata 



Vew Smartly-Tailored Fur-Trimmed Tur<. 
t oats for women ana misses. Specially pncc-.i 



sell at 



IV L>ri 

.i»aii 



Various becoming styles to select from in smart 
fancy tweed mixtures. J 



.50 



English Pullover Wool Sii enU i s 

Special (U $2.93 and $3.95 

r^^ ' groups of English Pullover Sweaters in many attractive pat- 
ter us and colorings. Wondrrful value this morning at_^.f2.e6 

and m^„^...„. ^ .. — ...... . .fa.nn 



Women 9 All Vun H ool CombinQtioM 
' $ 1 . 73 Per Suit 

\\ omen s .Ml I'ure Wool Combinations, knee length, with 
oi>era tops, strap alioulders, or short sleeves.' Sizes .?(., M 
and 40. Special, per suit f 1.76 

GU.\R.\XTKK D UNSI1RI-\K.\BLE 



m Pairs of Women's All Pure 
Wool Bloomers 

One hundred pairs of Women's Fine Wool ) 

Bloomers in blacic, wbite, rose, grey and lawn. ( 

^111. ill .111(1 medium si/cs. A real bargain at, per i 

i'^" 990 } rtm tAlg. 



M9 



ISO Pair§ of FuU'Foihioned Uth JIm 

One liuiidred and fift\ |iairs of Women's 
1 ine l ull l ashioiicd Kngii.-ili Li>Ie llosc in 
lil.K k hikI the wanterl c«>lors. Kxcellcnt wear- 
ing and splendid \alur at, per [tair.. 

W ITH l..\rK ci.ox 



90c 



p».a FAin 



Winceyme 
Nightgowm 

9Sc 

\\ Onirn's W arm \\ iiuT.\ i ltc_ 
Niglitgow lis, ilip-ovcr ^tyl^. 
.Small and nieditmi sixes. Reg- 
ular 11.25, for eSf 

KayserHayon ' 
B m dea m 

7Sc 

l^aiiity Kayscr Kayon I'plift 
Haiidraus in peach and pink. 
\on ravel and non-BtrctcninK. 
Special at ........^^.^.-..^...^TS^) 



Special at 

C/ood Quality Dimity Princes* 
Slip&, all light colors in si/t-s 
up to 40. Excellent value, 

Fabric Glove$ 
$1.S0 Per Pair 



Morley's Hainl Seun 
I'ahrii: (jloves, button 
on style.^. White, chamois ami • 
colors. At, per pgir.....f 1.10 



J ' U 1 1 1 (■ X 

or pull- 



Neiv Sfn fH!ir)ii nf Jrn ported Beret 
t ell i ams — AU Colors 



Just arrived, a large sliipmriif of in-- 
pf-rtcd Ilerct 1 elt Lims. in all the w.iiiir,| 
light and dark colors. 1 he ideal tam fcr 
motoring and sports wear. Special at 



95c 



I 



Inspection Invited 

Open to tlM public from 1 p.iii. to 6 p.n., 

TODAY 

This beautiful home, jttst complrted I,v H. R. Brawm 
Contnctor, 2089 Granite Street, Oak Bay. 

This bungalow lias in.my spcv features new to Victoria 
— washabK wall finishes in Spanish stipple and Tiffany 
blenfls. .sMcc..,i features in tiling of bath and kitchen and 
tilc effects on fireplaces. 

Decorated by E. Prentis & Son ' 



executed at France on June SI, ltl9. ' U"'^«<' States of America, but In 
Under this authority It Is llfuwotii 
to place an embargo on Xasaian eoal 
which, during the past y«ar, has 

been eomtag into Canada In large 

quantities to the detrlnif-nt <A the 
•"anadian Indu.^try It i also pro- 
'1 1 -ed b\ convict lal)or or IhIxi*- that 
i.^ forced to work for the sIht 

Aiji, culture and kev iruiM',tiies are 
' x[iected to be greatly benentod by 

e proposed tariff ehai^os. Ba t we sa 
now and next sssslsn tliaro wiU be 
emple opportunity to arrive at a 
conclusion as to th^-ir ^rect and 
this information win l>r a .allable for 
the Finance MlnLster of that time 
Tliere l« no doubt that there will be 
considerable opposition to the Oov 
ernmenl proposals, but with the 
Kuarante«- that there wUD be OO price 
Increases, it Is aol frrrltfl that 
thla opnoeHipn wfll be so Merartoed 
' ' - tlon. 

I I ViroUAKI .MtA.Sl Kb 

In iatroduelag tho meaeore to the 



fact the countervailing duties ap- 
plied tfi Fiance, or Oermany. or to 
IWyor to the United Statao of 
America. 

Mrmrrg Acrioif 

I "Having regard to the obSHra- 
tlon.s that were made in this House 
last Kcaalon and out of It during the 
election campaign. It Is proposed, 
with two esceptlotta, to plaae ta the 
Tarif f Aetagainat tho Item that 

WSfW BMDtlOBOd WMh fOSpect to 

coantarratttag impoeta, dutiea no« 
prevaimc agotail stellar prodnct.s 

In the tmWed StatOS of America 
That u a deflalto and flx^d deter- 
mlnaMon of what my honorable 
friend.s opposite playedwlth In May. 
tn other word*, w- have adopted the 
iiKKestlon of the honorable gentle- 
men oppnaiie. but inetead of leavli« 
It In the cloudlaad Of caa>eeture 
and doubt. «• hafo doOalloly 
suted ta the sobedMla the rate tkat 
win apply tn raspaet to aO thoso 
ItoM wt l n i d to t&a 




Queen of Pea ^ Chur 



Esquimsit, B.C 




>iJF 



in course rjf erect icm on behalf 
of flic ( iverseas Catholic Chap- 
lains 1.) J, r. .vide a p'erpeltial 
Kjiiunei.ioi.ition .it the altar of 
those who made the ftuprertie 
slurrifice. 



Hi« Honor the Lieutenant-Governor of 
British Columbia 

Stisrgcst* that every \ i( torian he invited to contribute 
$1 fX) an.! share in the IniiMii,;; of this memorial Siih- 
.•>cription» may lie an ■ .iii|.;uiif.I hy the name f<f a fallen 
comrade and thouj.i i,e a(i(irc^,•>c<l to Rev. .\. 11. V\ Wood 
C.C.S., P.O. Box 1226, Victoria. 



at 



The ftuftmiiaB 
Ma. Aoraagl is doc to 
Rithet nan this afternoon, 
bound for Hawatt. Fiji. New 
•ad AwmMa. Ttm AanmA la 
scliodnlod la Iwvo Vaneouver at 
mwn and Aonid berth here about 
S:30 e'ele*, atflng t«o hours lat^r 

ZXteklng at Rithet Pieni at 7 «5 
oclork yesfrrday morning, the Blue 
runnel vessel ProteaUaus, 



WOOD '4 




.00 



ITO. 



Chinese «f.errn|r" pajwengcrs and a 

small parcel of cargo aad 



THE DAILY COUONIST, VICTORIA. B.C WKUNESDAY. SEPTliMBER^ >7, li<30 



ily Coiomst 




Buucrtjillw HIM by Oarrtw ■•i*^ •f^"!**"* 

Yfarly - •"•JJ 

Monthly , ' 

All BUtocrlpUon ratM payable in aflvanrr Ma.i »ud- 
aMlbWf m riQimttll to auUw kll leinnunces d!r«r«.'l 
' %o IMIlF Ooluru&i 

aBbKrtben tn ord«clM OtMat* <tf mUItcm abould be 
pwticuiar to Mh M 

s itM( riptioo lUtw by Mill: 

ro ( aiiada, Urej»l Britain. tb» XMUA 
MnttOi «BC8|>t districts it-s iibovt 

Y'tt'lv — ' ■ ■ ■ V ' ■ ■ - 3 00 

Httir Vtarly II .j^ 

QyfMTtwly 



«tant pufWH Of fffMKIr rlv»lnr. not only in 
Rugby but m other Kamen and sports The btsl 
t«M(m lor l;«UeY4i»g UiSit tW« wlU prove the caae 
H to be foiSd Hi tut itbrltot Imprwaion whic h 
the vUillng Rugby pl^r«rs created They 

have esUbliahed ttaMMghres in popularity in 
Vancouver, and that Ihly wBl 4o the same here 
by their skill and their aportsmanllke behavior is 
cerUln The lUrt-urea between our reprcaenta- 
t\yt playera ftad'ttM tHHOW Uti»9 and on flatur, 
day ehould allrart all lovers of football. The 
Japanese RugbylsU are worth gomg a long way 
to iM tn aeUon. ' < 

V - - - ■ 

UfiKMAN EUiCTlON RKSLLTS 



Note and Comfnent 

By R. B. O. 



ir jir uie !i«ht i» twMt, and • vUanat 

UiiM u u lor U 



tion la y«ar bMarAMlaf coliuan in 
The (Maom and thffiby dm* % 

Thf Rn( y(ioi>«<1ia Brlt«iuiu-a i>ay» 
molylxienllc Is a inlaeral co(ul«Ui>« 
of mdybdenoai dlnd^liMe. Itelose- 
ly Feseniblea giaphlte m appearance 
but may readily be dlstinguUbed 
frtm this by lU greatar dMMlty and 
by Its behavior before the blowpipe 
. . Molybdenite occurs as dis- 
seminated scales tn erystalUiie raeks 




The sweeping ehanfM in the tariff 

aow being affectwl by leKWatto,, at Ottawa are 
Xa part md parcel ol the protective policy 
whlcJiMi K B. Bennett and hH CKwanunant are 
d«Vlaln8— and without anv lo.v; "f tlmo f ir th.- 
benefit r,f Industrial condlUon* Utfoughout the 
itouimiun. What Is being done at the •^^^^^^ 
mtamd txceeds the most sanguine hopes of the 
oountry and without queatton wlU be means 
S inluMng new life and actltfty Into wkm. 
induakrlal underUklnt s fi .m coast to coast. 
"^Countervailing dutle. of the lat^Llbcra 
uovernment. which might or m^t not have 
hmmi aooUed have been swept away. In their 
X t^'ThaJe been «.b.Ututed ^SS^e ^J^^ 
increases on a long U-t of wmmodltlai In the 
SStodUon of which our 
SHThandlcapped through unequal competlt o^ 

from foreign lands. In the 'J^'f 
itt Bennett has prepared he has. through fore- 
^cul^t and by -rangement made plans - 
ptttitlrxg alike agriculture and labor, l^du't^y 
jSttie iKmaumer. The point of interest to the 
J5lt^' t^ber 1. the fact that t^f ^^J*^" 
STto be protected againat 
oS^nodlHei on which th. dv.tses have now been 
SCSr^new duties are effective today, 
'^^tii^a reI,luUon before J^^^^,:*^ 
-iwUS that m the event of there being ahy 
So^ Tprlce to the consumer^d by 
reason ol the new duties then the O*'^/.;';^ 
X^^eU have the right to remove or reduce 
^JTsfduUef " "HI as thl.. however, there have 
thcso duties oovemment by 

been undertttKiMn^ «lven w mi* w ,,nHer the 
^^nmn that they will be prepared, under the 
SSfTa of extended markeU opening up to 
SCn to utUixe the capacity of their plante tj 
utmost. Since they will find It poss^le to 
instead of increased prices there will be 
reducuuu^so that ultimately the conaum ng 

Site wm benefit ^u^^^-^'^"^,^^:^// ^11 
.a.sed tariffs. In the ^a^antlme they will 

benefit In other ways, becauae 
am^onnent. more money in circulation at home 
Sl^^^in producers wUl ».ave^ a l«ger 
SSnt than ever In the past, the Canadian mu- 
M. which ahould be their's by right. 
^inTs^e 130 article. Te aijectcd undet 
tl,e revised schedule. Iron and 
iroolcna. dairy produce and meats, agricultural 
r^i;^;rr-dT;arlety of ot^cor^o^^^ 
^ come under the changes. JJ^ "^^J 

rmmlfication. of our economic ^^Icji win 
derive almost Instant ben*"*; J.^ J^!, 
tariffs Nothing proposed at the emergency ses 
iuiarto have a greater effect /emov ng 
STcauIa. of unemployment than the tarlf 
XST^Tie $20,000,000 for *^»™*" 
SSTcompared with the Impetus that will be 
SveTour induatnal Ufe by the Governments 

^ii.^Sinnett has boon .speedy In «^tlon and 
has exercised «>und J"dg»nent in the Ust^^ 
articles he haa selected for increased tariffs The 
pnehologlcal effect will be In.stantaneous It Is 
J^valcnt to giving a new lease of tojndus^ 
in many of it. phases, and manitfecturer, 
the Atlantic to the Pacific will find that 
within a .short time it wlU be possible to Increase 
production on a large scale. » to likely as 
veil that foreign manufacturers will be forced 
Into the position of opening branch factories In 
Canada If they wish to hold the trade, or any 
portion of the trade, they havo won In the pa.st 
Ttiat win mean further Industrial development 
and consequently more employment The meth- 
od* being adopted by the new Oovemment In 
meeUng the present aituation deserve the widest 
commendation. There to no do«b» of what the 
fMOlt will be. Canada will become more pros- 
perous industrially and Canada's trade will be 
carried on with our own people to b imter 
extcftt than erer before. 

BANZAI! PO» TBI VISITOM 



Int^rr.s* m Uie German elertlon results U 
centred in the gains made by tlie ultra -Natlonal- 
toU. the fonowere of AMph Hitler. They are 
the pait> -)f the extreme Right and will have 107 
ssets in the RelchsUg. The gain th»'y have made 
to atrlklnr because they osUy had twelve seat^s 
b. ror. the e'^'ctloii of Sunday. The folh)wer8 of 
HlUer are variously called National -Socialists 
and FaseleCa. n^m polley advocates a dictator- 
ghip rh< y h. lleve that youth »*f^^«^J dissipated as 

necessary to German ascendancy. With the sup- 
pert Of the BxtraoM MattonalUts they now lepic 
.sent 2.') p«'r n-nt of Germany's voting strength. 

ss at the polLs has dwarfed all other} 
elements of Interest in the election reat to a blase of glory 

The i csult.s arc a blow to the Uovernment of I " 
Chancellor Heimich Bruenlng They donotj**"^ 
neeesaarlly mean that he wUl have to reUM- imm 
powrr rati .still carry on If he can effect aj 
working alliance with the moderate Socialtets,] 
but the poeltlbn of such a coalition w. uid be pr e 
carlou.-^ assailed by the Nationalists on the Right 
and the Comiaunists on the Left. The Social 
Democrat Party remains tii- i.nRe.st in the 
Reichstag. It suffered losses but not heavy ones. 
The present outlook Is that the Moderates will 
unite In a new coalition headed by the Social- 
ists and that leading flgurea in the new Gov- 
ernment win be Herr Otto Wete and Dr. Otto 
Braun. One handicap under which the Social- 
ists will labor Is the avowed hosUlity to their 
policies shown by President Von Hindenburf. 

A questlpn put forcibly before Europe as an 
outcome of the elections is that of the future of 
republicanism In Germany. There to gatherinf 
strength among the elements who are demand- 
ing a mllKary dictatgrih te, President Von^Hha- 
denburg has a difficult role to play at this Junc- 
ture. If the Republic Is to be saved, for the time 
being, he must sink hto anUgqnism to the So- 
cialists. 



not once did we see the sun ln#hii* 
heaven, and that immeiWIrty «» 

good ship rounded a point within 
ten miles of VlctorU the mist which 
had shrouded us Ww a garment was 

if bv th<* v.u\v ot a 

wand In the hands ot a magician. 

and there in the western slty shone 

r.y » v»..»» I ft «glory from afar like a . .apprar 

Their success at the polLs has dwarfed all other; ^ ^^^^ 

We of 

not know \ L. tder the 
^vf ,: orb !iad been shialog in Ao- 
lujiui biiuianoe all 4uif oesr Vic- 
toria, but al any rate there he was 
Kieeting us and Mddlag us weleeme 
home. 



We have Jiiat returned from a 
brief, but not altogether unprofit- 
able, sojoum en th* MSlalaDd. Ai- 
wa y-f when we go away from Vic- 
toria we come back with the same »»»...".-~i4 — — , 

fealtog— that whfl* » to ptoasant te|-*uch a^ graidte. gnei«,. .schust md 

to away from home for a while. It Is marWe-^ also la quMla veins. It 
mof pleasant to come back into , has been found tn smaH amouato at 
the home waters and to ssa ths kllto j bmos localities ... It has basn 

of heme You rnav not believe what | u«*d mainly for the preparation d 
we are going to say. but aU Uie same \ molybdates for use as chemical rea- 
what we are going to say to a fast: |f«to. Recently, however, it has 
that during the time we were awav been u«ed for the manufacture Ct 



INTUfMt 

Marketing of Washed Vege- 
tables Is Innovation at 
Armstronfl Exhibition 

KAMLOOPS FAIR OPENED 



molybdenum steel, which by 
Of its hardness 



spsdaa^ sultaMe for took. 



lniiuui>n <'t liie 
Provincial tMii.'i.U' n. 
tttODg this uerk u.' 

by one of thr K^-Hf"- 



■rvi«tm.*la!eL'iir Ifee 

lemb«r. 




Mr. William Green, the president of the 
American Federation of Labor, does not bellere 

in unemployment Insurance. To him It does not 
constitute a panacea. We quote: "It to only one 
step from compulsory unemployment Insurance 
to the dole. The dole system embodies a vicious 
principle in that it attempU to provide relief 
by supplying only the minimum substotence. Be- 
sides the dole system develops a paternalism 
that is demoralliing and destructive. It blights 
ambition, destroys initiatlTe. and blights hopes. 
What we want is to provide opportunities for 
men and women to earn their living, and not to 
be objects of rharlty " 

GRUH IH Ot MON Ult AL 



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Hm population of the city itself, that porUon of the 
Island under th* eorporatlon, to this year estimated 
at i.O0t,4Ot. as oomparod with tb* dlreotory's 1929-30 
ngure of ifinifiti, th* Inerease tn numbers of the 
people for the year being 37453. Ttito growth to at a 
lower rate than tor the previous period, wlileh may 
be explHln"rl bv thp business slowness of th* past 
twelve month.s The population of the greater city is 
placed at 1,256.469. compared with 1 224 959 for the 
prevlou.s year, an Increase of 32.400 It is notable 
growth for the i.'«land communities other than Mont- 
real, the larger of which are .surrounded bv corpora- 
tion territory. Some of Montreal's .services, water, 
sewer, etc., are extended to the neighboring munici- 
palities, and tn emergencies the city's fire and police 
departmsBto are available for the lesser communities. 
sooM of wbtoh are cities of Impartaaee thomselvea 
This interehang* ot help to fetimony to the praetieal 
nelgbboritnosB that provaUa on th* •ver-growing 
uiaad ef MontrtaL— MOi^trsal Gtoaott*. 

MT Houn 



Olve me a house guarded by friendly trce.«i, 
Oreen. friendly trees, .stretching caressing hand.s 
Jo touch the riH)f bikI tapping .slender fmger.s 
Against the windows. Let me hear them whi&per 
And murmer to each other In the night 
And let me hear their strong and vibrant voices 
Above the storm and singing through the rain. 
GlT* MM a hous* guarded by friendly tr***.- 

— liartol KemMdy, tn Th* Chatelaine. 



v^e did not go very far away from 
home on thto uut as l o n . bat It to not 

necessary to go very far away from 
Victoria to realise what a diftoence 
there Is between Victorta and other 
places. The weather In Victoria Is 
different from the weatlier on the 
aland. This may seem like a 
vary s w* *p ing statement, but it Is a 
true statement and It is appUcable 
to all parto of tbe Mainland, to the 
parts on the southern as well as to 
the parts on the northern side of 
the bouiulary line. On the Maln- 
tond uU lr*it&«f II iDwrny and the 
rx' iple are gloomy In harmony with 
the weather. The state of bustoess 
may aoeoont for the glocm. por- 
trayed on the faces of the people; 
the state of the weather is normal 

at thto swsen of th* y*ar. 

• • • 

We do not say that the Malntond 
to destltuie of certain advanUges as 
compared with Victoria, but Victoria 
has this special advantage over the 
Ifidnland: that it to not affected so 
seriously by the business depres- 
sions which periodically affect the 
whoto ef th* continent. That ap- 
pears to be one of the several ad- 
vantages of our Insular position. 
The depressioa upon th* Mainland 
is so deep that It has made ftn im- 
pression on tlie faces of every one 
you meet and to manifest in the 
walk and convcrsatlrin rf nil the 
people. There are obvious reasons 
tor this atmo9h*r* of ssttled. and 
(or the present ImpsnsCraMe. gloom. 
Stroll through th* streeta of a city 
or town (it there are any towns on 
the southern side of the line) and 
you will notice many vacant busi- 
ness premises and many apparently 
idto persons laltering on the stre-t 
comers with looks akin to despair 
reflected in their faces. 

• • • 

There U lltUe building being done 
in the dttes and none at all tn th* 

country districts. The whole coun- 
try seems to be waitmg. like Mlcsw- 
ber. for "something to turn up." 
And of course something will turn up 
in time for the country just as it 
did for the most opUmtotle of aU 
optlmUts. .But in tbe meantime the 
Summer is over and Winter Is Just 
around the comer, and there are 
multitudes ot poopto who can find 
nothing for their hands to do. In- 
dustrial esUbllahments are either 



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Tbo Urn* hm4 U Paettte SUndard for 
th* lioth Marldian wmI n It e««Bl«d 
(rora 0 to 34 houri. from mldBltht to 
midnlsht Th* fl«ur«> for h*lfht Mrv* to 
dldlixiiiih hub wctfr from low wntrr. 
Wh*r* bUnlu oeeur In th* Ubl*i. th* tid* 
rtaos or (alio anntlaii— ily mriaa two 
meoMolvo M4al parioSs withMrt Moalac. 

TtM hslshl Is te taoi aa« tartto aC a 
• 

MOOWSU l AWP MOCWWWI 

BcrrntBER 

Time of moonriM and moonMt (Paelfle 
atanSard tlm) at Vtatcrls. ao.. lor tbt 
BOBtb 9t — 



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i\i 111 ill Arm 
IK rnruii.mirrt 

: f;rneii4! dli- 

fiays *f llT*stook and field pmctui'i.s 
evw shown in BrtUsh CoiumbiH 
Meordhv to offldato of the De- 
partment- of Acrteultnr*, who re- 

turned to the city thto wosk Ijrom 

attendance at the fair. 

Armstrong s new tltJOM WdUbl- 

tioM buiiauig-' were crowded to 

cupiu-iLy. and HdclUl iu.: !>.'u nu- 
had U> be pmvUled Ini > w hiindml 
hr.»d nl ilve.>!<>< K will ( ^Ud :;<i' 
be included in li.r i.f v !, i;ld;nK:. 
KECelleiit e\hlblt,^ ( t '■■f\d i fops 

were shewn In all cla.w.- in. ludu i; 
as many as thirty-four <i.>>i' 
a singto otasa of sadted potatce^ 
Upwai* of 100 purebred Ayrshire 
cattte w«r« dtophkved'and neaily as 
many in Jeney enassa. 

I h( Canadian and Provincial De- 
neni.s of Agriculttire comWned 
m ,i )..int '-xtMiiii ai tl'e fair, which 
c.i,«-iuii !>', i.ii uleiiiint-Oovemor 
Hruce. and ;i' tended b\ ?: t W 
liani Atk;:i>-n Mlni-lei <>f 
•lire. Hoi! i: \". Hr.ihn, pre.sident 
of the E.xecuiive founcll. and sev- | 
eral member.s of the Legislature 

BtblMtS of W'-ashed vegetables. I 
mad) by Armstrong produc-r.s. at- 
traetad eonsiderable mterest. Under 
a new prooess the vegetables are 
thoroughly washed bafer* sacking 
in quartCT-lndi maSh ventltoted 
sacks, and marketed "ready tor the 
pot." The washing reduces shlp- 
pfhg weights and creates premium 
prices for the product so treated, it 
was demonstrated All vegetables 
purchased by the commissariat of 
one transcontinental railway sys- 
tem In future will be treated in this 
way. It is stated. 

faU fairs at Kamloops and 
Salmon Ann will open today, with 
exeeUsnt entiy Itoto in aU classes 
ot eahiblts. th* dspaitount to ad- 
vlsad. 



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•M0p4 mm (ho prapor siiaauuo and 
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HUNTING TRAGEDIES 
Sir, — Once again the himting 
Kcason with its tale of criminal 
carelessness Ls upon us. and no 
doubt there will be an ever;>rnwing 
casualty list until it closes. The 
death of James Dick, due. no doubt 
to hto unfortunate re**mblance to 
a deer, is the the first to be r** 
ported. 

While it U true that a kick in the 
stomach acts as a powerful riete;- 
rent to the homicidal maniac a kirk 
In the pocketbook hit.s him where 
he UvM. It might, thcrcldre. be as 
well to write into the hunting lawc 
a scale ot penalttos for shootliw 
human beings, fifty t h oosa n<^ 
dollars for a human l>elng of any 
sex or age would make even an in- 
experienced hunter look before he 
shot. At the present moment too 
little is done to make, in the words 
of th* immortal Oilbert, the penalty 
fit the erlme. With the knowledge 
that, even If he kUto hto tMsnd. the 
Jury will fetum a verdict of "acci- 
dental death," n-T.ny a hunter takes 
chances which the poaslblilty ot a 
certain heavy penalty lasaU IMke 
him hesitate to take. 

PsntnaBy. I weaM only fo out 



The Weather 



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Japan haa been a eonatotent adniirer of Brit 
Ish methods in the busineaa world and in sport, 
■(le ha.s engaged British experts to teach her 
many things affecting Western development, and 
in all Instances she has proved hefielf the most 
ap^ of apt pupils. She ha.-« learned the ways of 
the West, mostly the ways that mean betterment, 
In a manner which no other Oriental nation has 
atMhipted to emulate She has not only leamrd 
tiiim but bettered the Instruction in some par- 
tiamars. Japan today stands in the forefront of 
nai.idn: She has become a first class world 
PDwei. She to blessed with hitense patriot- 
fltfta. Her Influence, praetically negUglble in in 
ternatlonal affair.s a brief half century ago. Is 
now sought eagerly and it to exercised lor .the 
heneflt of humanity- 
Japan s plt\ce of Rrowlng power and impor- 
tMtce in the realm of sport, as well as In su 
manritther ways, to illustrated by the ;)re*ence 
of k rPjlTescntatlve Rugby team of players In 
oiur midst. They cotistltute the pick of the unl- 
ventties and old boys' club*, and may be said. 
Indeed, to b'* a national team. Japan ha.<! a keen 
ttnee of pride. She has sent her best to do battle 
on the playlnc fields. It to evldenee of her estl 

matkm of how Rufby is played in lhl.<t province 
th% Japanese hate played three matches already, 
two afahMt i *p r ***i itatl ve Vancouver teams and 

one against a Vancouver ehib team Tn all the 
visitors have proved themselves not only victo- 
rious but players of the game who art keen 

atert, .skllf\il and always clean and aport,^mftn- 
llke. They play the game for the game s sake 
and thertlqr tfiow how (hey have profited to the 
full in absorMoff tlw sptrtt of ttie BrtUHt anniide 
towards sport ami AhWtlea. 

Vtotarlans are premieed a treat at th* Royal 
Athle'! Park thi.n afternoon when the visiting 
Japane&e players meet a representative team of 
looal llaimrieta. it to one of the most interesting 
•portlnc •vents that has been Hated here ' 
a tont day. The visit of the Japanese i .aiK.i .i j 
new rapprodMMeht between thto prevlnee and | 
theOrlsM. n «iigM 14 to tba pitMa t« «»• I 



Meteorological Office, Victoria, B.C.. at 8 p.m. 
September 18, iftso 

PRIQZPZTATIOM AMD TXMPERATtJRR.S 

Bain 

Victoria .................. — 

Vancouver .... 

Nanaimo . 

Kamloops ....... 

Prlno* O*org* .................... .JO 

Bstevan Point 

Prince Rupert 

Dawson. Y.T. 

Seattle 

Portland. Oie 

San Francisco, Oal. ............... 

Spokane .* ............. 

I Angeles 

Penttoton .. — 

Grand Porks 

Nelson 

Cranbrrw'Jk . - - 

Calgary 

Edmonton 

Swift Current .................... 

Prlnoe AU>ert 

Qu'AppeUe 

1WDAY 

M-tximum ......................... 

Mln*mura 

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Let us recognize the beauty and power of true en 
thuaiasm. and whatever we may do to enlighten our- 1 mnMrta^ ne rmlueinc 

selves and others, gtiard against checking or chUllng "^^^^ enMrSly or reaucmg 

a alaal* *ames' sentiment.— Henry Tuehmoaa. ^^-^^^ output and the number or un- 

employed to growing. Even the 
phUoaophteal eaptatav of tndoatry 
who met together a few months ago 
and passed resolutions pledging 
themaehres to oarrr en busbMSS as 
ii.vial and exhorting their neighbors 
to do the same thing have found out 
that eondtUsns eonpaDsd thsm to 
curtail eporattoae and r*dufl* *k- 
penses. 

• • • 

We wonder whether it is an Ulu- 
sion or a taet that there U greater 
buslaesB aetlvtty hi th* ^Mtrlcta 
surrounding Victoria, at least in a 
relaUve sense, than there Is tn any 
other parto of th* Paetfle Ooaat, 
possibly than in any other parts of 
the world. At any rate Uiere to no 
doubt that bn Oak Bay. Saaakh. and 
the outsldrto of Victoria the con- 
struction of new houses has not 
eeued.' Vven BMpibnalt, whieh has 
been somnolent In that respect for a 
long time, luis awakened from ito 
sleep and Is getUng into step Whh 
its neighbors. There are a few Jere- 
miahs In thto and other parto of 
Canada, of course, kut nobody pays 
any attention to them. ITw proph- 
ets of gloom are contlnad strictly 
to the newspapers whieh oeuld ■** 
no hop* tor the country unlees it 
adhered to tti* pclsclples of tree 
trade and retalnad the services ot 
th* fovsrament of Rt. Hon William 
Lynn Mackensle King. But the 
change of ao>-emment has itlmu- 
latad toMlnrni already and Instilled 
hope und confldaa** la the h*ait8 of 

the people. 




Colored Blankets 

Oi Luxurious Quality 

Soft, wann. marvelously IiRht and fleecy and- colored 
in all the most beautiful tints imaginable . . . mauve, 
green, orange, blue, pink and many other shades. Edges 
;irc bnund with satin to complete the atino.sphcrc of 
.smart attractiveness. And as io quality, the name 
"JAEGER" i* an aasuraiue. tliat only the finest long- 
fibre virgin wool is used. Durable, washable and good 
lor a lifetime of service. 

WEILER'S 

Complflta Hottia Ftimishera 
OovemmtDt St EsubUabed 1862 



Treatments Are Eaiy to Take 
No Inconvenience or Shock 
The Price Ii Easily Within Your Reach 

Wilsliire ! ON-A-CO Belt 

And Relieve Your Suffering 

H. AUSTIN GO WARD. Sales Manager 
Phone 197: Evaninga S859R 



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A.)W is the time to Uuv your GARDEN SKATS. \\> lia\e six 
mt over and wiih to dispose of ilicm before ilic oCiikou clo»Ci. 
We will paint them any color you wish. 

Prices 9T.00 Up to eiS.OQ 

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Bricht suashhM. 19 hours, M adnmss. 
General »tat* tt weathar. dear. 

Victoria and Vlelnitjr— n-eah to stronc 
winds; i*n*taUy fair and warm. 

vaaeeavar and vicinity^Medarata to ffeesh 
winds; taanatly fair and warm. 

6 P.II. WKATBSB BBPOET8 
vietarla aai *■* tsr, MJt; wind. ■.W., li 
dear. 

vanLuuiii Ben— If. MM; w\aL UM^ 4 aUl*s. 

clear. 

mloop*-~^afeaM4afi i8«V8; whidt W.^RT.. d 
cl««r. 

Prin** 
fair. 

Prlnea Kni ii l B a i s—t 



■Btavan Pohit— Barometer. 

ni:le». rlourtv 

Tat/x.^h Hi»rr>m''rr. 10 03. 

Portland. Ore.— Barometer. 
mUas; elsar. 

»M. wind. N.. 4 aUI**; *l*ar. 
VJO; wlad» W.t 4 

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m Cowtchan Strort. Vlrtnr:a B C 
Septemher ». 1930 
Z>ear RB D .- I am tntere.^ted In 
tb* Dalhouale Mlnlni cn » Molyt>- 
denum ICiaa at Mica Arm. B.C.. and 
•o are a great amay p**pl* tn Vic- 
toria. As pretebly lew pesple knew 
what wuljIiisB— Is. or IB Mka, «r 
what partlcalar e*et it has to make 
U so valeaMs. I am wrttinc to 
TOW if yea ean site san 



It CPOT aB 



Hou' ii.C. Joine d Canada 

Story of Confederation as Told by The Colonist, 
Which Championed the Cause of Union 

^ HIIIA NAPIER. M.A.^ — 

Part IX o 
Several Newspapers Endorse Annexation Idea Which Wins 
Favor of Some— The Coloniit Deftqdl Britiih 
ConnectieB and Advocates Confederation 

THE agitation for union with th* Sute* waxed and waned. 
It bad the support of many people and at In-t tu r. news- 
papers. It was even proposed to petition the home gov- 
ernment to allow British Columbia to secede The British 
Colonist, which had ventured to regard the proposed union not 
as a question of loyalty, but as one likely to be of benefit to the 
colony, now looked at the scheme from a practical point of view 
and found it absurd and impossible. We cmnot for a moment 
bring ourselves to believe, says an editorial, that British Columbia 
will be sold or. ceded to th* United Stales. I be colony might be 
taken and held in tb* rrtat of war. b«t a pcaceakl* cession could 
not take place. 

Great Briuin was beginning to realize the value and impor- 
tance of her colonies. She had recently conseatsd to th* nnion of 
the eastern provinces, guaranteed a loan to construct a railway 
through Nova Scotia, and had sent an army to protect the Cana- 
dians from incursions of the Fenians. She w«l knew that the 
pitservatioa of her colonies was essential to the preservation of 
her commerce She had made herself the workshop of the world, 
and her prosperity depended on a constant supply of raw mate- 
rials and sal* of mannfKtaied products. Were relations with the 
colonies to ce.ise for any reason, interfering with this demand .ind 
supply. It would reduce a great portion of her population to dis- 
Cfcs*. Grtat Britain coold not give «p her colonies and be safe. 

and to sell one would be a dangetOM pmcdcnt. foT all SItght 
demand the same right to secede. 

Even were Britain disposed to part with British Columbia. 
Canada woul ' • --r < r>nirnt to the cession Confederation, which 
had been tb* aim of Canadian statesmen for many years, was 
always spoken of in eonaiction with the aftimat* construction 
of a railway across tb* cootiacnt. opening up the rrsourccs of the 
country, and trad* with tb* Orient. Tbe whole scheme of the 
Confederacy would be defeated w«r« the highway across tb* con- 
tinent dossd. and Canada deprived of its outlet to the Pacific. 

"The more closely we examine tb* proposal of annexation." 
says Tbe Colonist, "the more impractical and abeord it appears. 
If it w«t« ever accomplished, it could only be done through the 
concerted action of the whole of British North America, and tbe 
united opinion of the colonies would only be possible through 
Confeder i t i o n ." 

The question had only one phase annexation could not be 
had. but Confederation was avithin reach of the colony. To 
agitat* now would only nnsettle tiic pvbli<; mind, and prevent it 
taking li< Id of what was within its grasp. Confeder,if ion b.id 
been asked for only a few months before, endorsed by a public 
fflcctinf and by the Lc^acive Conncil. In a few wc*ks th* anion 
of tb* eastern prn\ ln< ps would be proclaimed, and new life would 
b* iafascd into the whole of British North America. If British 
ColBBibU wcfft awake to itt iatcmts. it weald aqEi tbt iaiiMdtate 
' of bciBg iadvded in the Confedetacf. 

.(To Bi CflAtisMd' 



to 



huntlna In the deer or any other 
open ssasw In a tank, armed to the 
teeth, and preparad to sell my life 
aa dteily as possible. 

L. O. BRISTOWE. 
RMJ)., Baantehtnn, BjO^ Ssptem- 
h*r 1ft, ItaO: 

SHROrSHIRE SHtEP IN B.C. 
Sir.— Re an article in Saturday's 
Colonist on the Importation of til 11 
sheep from Wales to Vancouver 
Island, tb* statement is made that 
th*y wUl be more adapU bl * to cli- 
matic condltkma than th* Shrop- 
Bhlre br**d. 

I would like to say In relation 
to this that tlK^ .Slirnp.shlre was 
selected aii a partrulnrly sultaJjle 
breed for British Columbia and 
Vajicouver Island many years ago 
by men who had had years of es- 
perienee in the breading of sheep, 
both fai the Old Oountry and in 
BrltUh Columbia, and that the 
wisdom of their eheie* haa been 
more than Ju^^Mfled la qulto appar- 
ent In the strong plaoe the Shrop- 
shire haa nuid* fer ttsstt In BrtMsh 

Columbia. 

In wTiUng this article I am In no 
way detracting from any kind of 

sheep that may b2 brought into - , »k« 

th* prortoe^ But wh*n thes* new- ESigUsh League teama. In the 

eonm have benn tried out Uverpooi c ubs line-up. for in^ancr 

th«j It will be time enough to put Away up In Zanalbar and beyond 



Other coimtrlea have natloaai 

rlntlrn« of their own. 

Then. In Canada, from coaat 
coast, soccer flourl.she.s. 

In the United 8 tales noccer is fast 
gaining undoubted popularity, espe- 
cially in new YorK State, all around 
Boston, also at Yale. Cornell. Har- 
vard, etc. The Middle States also 
claim thousands of devotees. In 
South America the game nourLshe.s 
I think it was Uruguay that won the 
football international championship 
last year, while Bngllsh and Scottish 
teams tear Afgaolaa ahaesl every 
year. 

In Asia the game is going ahead. 
Only the other day a Chinese team 
proposed to visit Bigland la ths 
near future. 

Oo to Africa and you find thous- 
ands of fli-viiii-r-s nf ■ ' there; 
indeed, several ol tlie i ri players 
rt Africa have found places In 



them up ngalnst any older and 
proven breed, and let thcm'staad Or 
fall on their own merits. 

H. U. O LB WDHW IW O. 
R.MD. 4. Vlctena* IXIn B^tembcr 
15. 1930. 

ropuLAR (;ames 

Sir, — In your i.viue of Septpmber 
14 there is an editorial to the efreet 
that Cricketer, a paper published in 
London, claims that crleket is the 
world's most popular game. As a 
lifelong player and lover of th" 
pastime, I Itnow how cricket ha-; 
spread to many cllme.'<, but, on the 
other hand, I would nrx go Uic 
lennth of Rubecrlblng to th<* F>»f- 
ment that It Is the world's mcsl 
popular game Anvn^ wh.T has an 
intimate knowledge of each of the 
two branehoa of i^ort wUl readily 
acres that, for world-wide popu- 
laftty, thsr* 1* no form of sport to 
oompare with soccer football. This 
game is played In practlrally every 
rlvlllwd portion of thr^ K\nhr. Take 
England. Scotland, Irfland and 
Wales for a sUrt. Can any un- 
blasrrl sportsman say lliat criebSt 
U mnrr popular than SOOOSr fOOtbaO 
In theee countries 7 
Than look over the continent of 
In Dsnmark. Norway. 
Relland. Franee. Oermany, 
RuasU. Poland. Bulgaria. Italy. 
Spain. Portugal and so on. thess and 



the Transvaal, 
much enthuslasBi. 
Oo to Australia. New Z*aland, In 

India. Csylon. Japan and goodn**s 

knows where— you will find th* same 

story. 

The CrtckPter may have lU read- 
ers In many partis of the world, but 
for actual participation In any par- 
ticular game I do not think there Is 
any sport to compare with .-jocrer. 

Witness the crowds at any EnglUh 
Cup final at Wembley Stadium. In 
an England vs. Sootla n d soeoor fan* 
rt Hampttm Park. Olasgow. and 
compare the crowds at, say. a iSSt 

, crirket mat'-h nt Lords or the Oval. 

I and you will grl your answer a* to 
which Knni" crU krt or SOCCST feat- 
ball. Is the more popular. 

In wrtUnj thus about sorrfr. I 
do not for one moment want to 
belittle erleket I have followed this 
game for 0T*r forty yean nnd this 
year nest eiessly. by re*** ef Ih* 
r*e*a( l**t matcher 

A. B. BROWN. 
Port Angetas. WadU VMJl, «*pt«M- 
b*ria. " 



(to her lawyer haH 

band)-John. is it batter to lie eo 

the right side or on the I'-fl? 

Ho (abwmtmindedlyi My dear, 
when one is on the right side u 
gancrally Isn't neccaaary to do much 



FIFTY Y EARS AGO TODAY 

«rr«a Th« IHll/ SnUah C«loni»i nt rtfi'mhtt IT. 1SSS> 
Th» %*Tt a*rw wt »h« am* w«« ai«|.»rtin« »«»1»T .1 WM^vimtH 

■ad wtll M •!o««»l*« SSmoti Wtleh. WJU^.l * Co ■ -rvrnff toeSf. 

Oksnaaaa. » dIMrlat ramarksMr U** ft .m r»in >t tMi UHO SC •* 

htii »ltht iu^ff**!** <1(iT« .if r«lr ■( ttf »i.<1 of Utt m»m»h 

Th* hl«h»»t vo.f n »<1« »l Wfw W»^lrBini'»r lot lh» TMudM 

• a. antltn J»ek«on • ••, wWrt t lU OT** !> *«*** J^yA-fl Tl 

lotAl h'T* TlW fMtl 9t aw SMMMSISB aS IIBMMM WW ■ 

hart t«4*» 

N««« h »• •••-fi»<i h'Tf (row AMaa tt th* ^»»eh eapaSHlM w Ibtiaasf 
niwtr an April 1« l»«t. xtnMi CarUla CMU«r« OB U»f II. 9mf tt* ma. 'A 
U>. ■•fMrs ^tiwg m. to- »f lwru~ miM 

iM« was lert. Tha esasSMMa was n»tm mm* 



THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA, BC WEDNKSI>AY; ^PTEMBI-R 17. 1030 



CrQssinan Asks Kiivanis to 
Adopt Individual Effort 
in AUaining Objectives 



international President Gives •<» objecttreB. wt bsw 

I btiflt throagli the y«ir» oh pcraonal 

rtc! IvU Kr.'.iui;' ■.■.!!! ,i-ii!i:;ue 

u> KiDv .tiici uiaiu tia ioiiK we 
mitiiitai'i our enplnfit OH -felMM 

I prliK ipks." • 

I The above quotetlon wat tt» key- 
note of forceful end eptrlted ed- 



Valuable Advice to Dis- 
trict Delegates Here 



"We Klwaiihiiis iu" i1 Ui iT- 

member that our.s not ,\u or- 

caiil.al ■oil ot piiji :iiih IidliTua! 
! '.! I ' '■! tlio ii; : 1 vs (• j ihnc ! i h 
■ liuc !.pi.;! !hc 1 1 ii'Iiil. .'up., iiliil ic 
jatsuiiiiJilp- 1! affoiii. ii.v VVc iiffd 
constantly ! > n-dill to ourselves the 
feet jUMt K4waai« aot come to 
tU pcMmt poiltloB fef neene of 
Um fwmiiHiittwi^ ftMnei 
or atBMcuoui itorpoeee, nor 
Klwftnle juetified tt.srif by the 
building of any oik- Kifat institu- 
tion, a.s nrcr ;ai-y iuid •■ i'lunhi* a« 

'•if li.'tv !• ■ hut VI 1 •• ' ' 1 II ;i t'-d 




Td no 

[Tiore carry a lipstick 

than a hairbrush — 

**f don't h^vfi to " fii>laififl thai < hariiiKix Mim 
• lar. M jrroa l»y llrl'X'fl xoinit on lb<^ lot i>r <><ii 
fiir Ih4i «veiiin|t. 1 mnkn up luy lip« with Kift* 
proof. Tbau 1 kuow tli«y will |<Mik their beal^ 
•ad kaap lookioc tWr beni — all dag or iKtm- 
Mi«f ■" MiM L«£b h«t oaa of many Haa«w«od 

Sun who MM Elw >| i n nf ~>lw I W t e f lt I wOi f 
INtiflk. At toilH 



Xissproo/ 



<ireei given yeeterday »t the Ki 

Aanl« luncheon by Raymond M 
Crossman, Intrrnatioiial presKl^iit 
of Ktwuil.s. attending the North 
west Parifir Dl.strh-l comeiitioii 
here. 

In his discourse, wlilch was di- 
rected towerdB the Individual Kl- 
wanian as well ai the orKanlzation 
a« a whole, Mr. Oroaeman made i: 
perfectly dear tkat the stmetute. 
being raised by Klvaofa In Oaaada 
ind the United States. 1 not visible 
1 the naked eye. nor 1.^ it poaslble 
of coniplptlon becau.s*' fif vhiiI u 
tx- :ilw;tvs fKviipiefl In \>,nrkfrs 
v. Ill i-omr h'.Ut IhiiM' >.t 

,1' ' Ml geiieratloii to make thci; 

! I'lbutlon to the constnutlon of 
I lie ideal. "We are building out <>i 
our very own Uvea into the lives oi 
others, and It U the traufualon ot 
effort that brings bi^piaMi and 
Joy to the workcn and penaanenc* 
to the woflt." 

THREE-PART ADDRESS 

j Mr. Croesman's addreas ivas di 
* vided Into three parte for lOuitra 
tion purposes, an editorial fron a 
' untry newqwper, an adrertlse- 

:nent in a shop window and a 

.scientific demonstration. The edl-' 
torlal. he .said, wa.s captioned, 
"What Place, the Service Club?" ' 
The advertiseinciii read 'f'oiitinuc 
to Build." and fJie .scientifu demon- 
stration the develo]i:tu'iU and the 
>erfectlon of the scientific eye. 
Dealing with the edftortal Mr. 
iCrosamaB syd the 



plainly true el fivrr taealtty. 'Bo 
loog I 

there le a deflfffte plaoe aiMf 

pose for a service club, capable ot 
lul'iatlve and deniiMuli ,it idh and 
*ortt)v of < ivic truM Any m i vhc 
l iub ha.s iiot n/ < o'up;;.>hfil it'> ! 
mission So I'lm; u,s It.rrp mi. .mo 
unfilled nr( d in the toinimualy, 
which lciu!> I'-f lf to the individual 
member to play his part in the 
velfam and progreas of the com- 
munltf In whldi be liTee." the 
speaker stated. • 

"OOBUBIM to t)U!:d " .s.i.d Mi 

Grossman, "ha.-* a pc. in! ippi : lu 

the K'.waiil's ( I'lt s II !i;,.k,' lIV' 

most ol !lif ln'-t iJi,,tt •)!.:,■ in 
Klwanis todav On^ o! tin- h.i \r 
factors l.s ttic ai know ledgnieiit of 
j the quality and • liaracler of the 
I men who aas«xnble to take Intetest 
I In the affatans ef tte ortaatpatlon. 
We My for nan 




R. M. CROSSMAN 
rraiMMt of tb« KIwanIs InUraatlanal 



_ th e eiecntlve type 
ot our~lHMipRtinp, upon t?telr 
character and upon the degree of 

t >. .r . ■ ' pi>Mtl,o!., whlif! lliev 

iii'id Mi! whTh hii' triulr'd U> 

luilld a )>: r s 'iiiif'l of a hlK'i nnd 
lonsi'Tatiii t\\)v I t.it) no! nclieM- 
i.'iii \\r iK-t'i^ refer Ui !hi.^ |x)lnt 
with timidity or with hesitancy. 
The source of the strength of KI- 
wanIs. a s weU as of the todWd uai 
efnb. Is Tested te Its rs^nseiftatlTe 
' ; ■ • t iH'r'onnc!, • he said. 

1" ! :-L!i' i ilhisliaLe hi.s point, 
.■-lx:i».i' ! t'l' words lit Hfi 

U-I ■ 1 h" .,, . f f ! !i ;:t f llr 
t!int< 1 :;!. •.. . i ,i u n t article 

In Ttie Yaic Uaiiy >lews: i«ader- 
8hlp i« the quaUtir of tho Indtvldual 
It Is the Individual alone who can 

f unbtloD la the , world of Intellec 
and Id the Qsld of leadersh 

Human leadership cannot be le 

I'll 1. 1 .ill ! li. selection like queen 
be< ^. l,y tli.aie iij.:ht or by lureau- 
cracies, but by • dec rts^ of 
ability, character an(i InteUlgeQce," 
CRANOB or POUCT 

Ifrtrr 1 lii).-, U) 'he rhangC in Ki- 
vvani .11 :ii/,i!;iM. \i-iir8 BRO, the 
' >id M.iiiv >(>ar.s !ii4o »c 
dtpai'.cd Iroiii the prainlse on 
which Klwanls was originally based 
—to provide merely an avenue of 
hmrinsss w w* proCsiMlflQal nlatlon- 
shlpe for profit. Witb^^ oonoaptlons 
no longer confined to the mere ex- 
change of favor, we haw titled 
m "a policy that Kiwani.s m its 
'..f'.'ir 1 iind finest sense, exists not 
.1 , II I tLje members, happy iind 
I! oNrtble as the privileges of fel- 
lowship may be, but for a definite 
!>urpose in d^ing sonethbig for 
t.omeone else. Just so k»g as we 
abide by that furpoee we will be 
flivly sustalntng the things that 
are of tlft btit m Klwanls. and if 
we Make ttao very most of It, its 
beneficial results will be brought 
into our actual Kiwanis exijerience 
and Kiwanis will continue to build." 

Tlie next and final ' Incident to 
which Mr, Crossman referred Vas 
the demonstration mado by one of 
the great eleetrlclal manufacturing 
companies in the discovery and per- 
fection of the adantifle ty, and 



Two Japanese Harpists 




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simple words with a wealth of medning 
— d victory long sought, now achieved 
by the new 1931 Brunswick Radio— 
4 receiving set that faithfully recreates 
souhd exactly at it Is put on the air, 
nothing added, nothing taken away. This is 
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scale, power, selectivity, sensitivity, all these 
perfected, as only Brunswick could, to the 
highest degree, makes possible Brunswick 
"TRUE PERFORMANCE,". 




this phenomenoa he applied to Kl- 
wanls In the following manner: 

THE ELECTRIC E%E ' 
"The c iitiT eye Is a mechanical 
device • ng with greater cer- 
tainty uxd ueflniteness and oon- 
8lstei)G7 thAk which avcn a huaan 
eje, wUb aS Itt attrU>utM, cannot 
do. A tube similar to the radio 
tube, throws off an invisible ray of 
light. A photo-cell soniewliat .smn- 
lar to the ne^'ative that receives ttie 
image in photography, receives 
vhen unobstructed, this invisible 
ray of light, A mechaoiical instru- 
ment attached to the photo-cell 
registers the Interval when the in- 
visible ray of light is interrupted 
by a solid body of any kind. When 
there occurs this interruption of the 
ray of light a device on the photo- 
cell signals the fact, either by the 
ringing of a gong or the fl.ishing 
of a light Thus may be registered 
the number of people passing 
througli the invisible ray of light, 
at a given point, or ^ serine of 
arUdes hi color, alas, or eonteat. 
and even the approach of an in- 
truder to tha 4mc cC a aa le or 
vault. 

"The point I wLsh to emphasise 
in this illustration Is that the ef- 
fect, or tlie result of the device 
comes only when an individual, if It 
be such, places himself directly in 
the Une of the Invisible ray of light. 
The spirit of the indlTidual Kl- 
wanlan then, must aooord with the 
plan of objectives, .else his effort 
never registers an asset In the 
cause, and in the results obtained 
by the objective there Is reflected 
only the effort of individuals who 
take an active part. 

As X have suggested, w« have 
through the years been designing 
and developing the objectives of 
Kiwanis which deal with human re- 
lation.^. We h.ave n-cently given 
special attention to the definite I attitude. 



IIALIAN PM 
IS EUIEO By 
■ HIM GAINS 

Election of German Fascists 

Foreseen as Opportunity ' 
for Better Understanding 

ACTION FOR REVISION 
OF TREATIES EXPECTED 



projection of these objectives into 
the life and activity of our clubs, 
by the programme which we have 
designated," concluded Mr. Cross- 
man. 

^Tha luncheon was attended by 
nearly aOO delegates. Selectltms 
ire given by the Kiwanis orches- 
tra. J. S. Mogladry, Past District 
Governor, presided. 



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'Copyright. Iflao, by The Chlcaso DsUy 
M«w> rorciin Service.) 

RMCB. Sept M^ntiy^ hopes foi 
a mere conpletc understaading with 
Oermanjr and for oaneerted action 
for rcTiilon of the peace treaties 
have redefved ifeat Impetus from 
the results of the German elections 
While the Fascist press tends to 
go slowly in drawing deductions 
from tlie victory of Adolf Hitler 
until it has seen how important a 
part in the Government the Na- 
tional Socialists are able to take, 
there Is no concealment of elation 
over the fact that the German elec- 
torate has shown sjrmpathy for the 
typicaUy Faadat princlptas of the 
Hitter party. 

Herr Hitler's group is avowedly 
antl-Parllamentarian. anti -Demo- 
cratic and antl-Marxlst, Fascists re- 
call, and itaU avs iia.s .shown decided 
sympathy for Fa.scist Italy Whkt 
is even more Imporuuit to Italy 
than the Hitler party s intefnal 
policies is its decided anti-French 
which cannot but find 
sympathy among the Paadsta. 



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presence of many celebrities of the 
II riiical world, representatives of 
practically all the leading BngUsh- 
speaklng univcrsitlea and. many 
prominent dtisens in public and 
private life. Lord lyfoynlhan of 
l eed.s. England, today opened the 
Hanting Research Institute, dedi- 
cated to the discovery of insulin by 
Dr. Frederic^ Grant Banting. 

The ceremony marked the first 
occasion In the history of medicine 
that the decade of a discovery has 
been universally recf>gnlzed. 

It was ten years ago this Autumn 
that Dr. Banting conceived the idea 
which has already saved thousands 
of lives, banished the dread of what 
had been one of the incurable 
scourges of mankind and placed 
University of Toronto to the fore- 
front of medical research work. The 
crowning glory came when he 
awarded the Nobel Prlae. 



UCE FUN YING— There passed 
away suddenly at Colwood on Mon- 
day Lee Fun Ylng, aged flfty-.seven 

yeans, born In Canton. China, and 
residing In Victoria for the past 
twenty-eight years. The remains 
are reposing at Hayward's B.C. 
Funeral Ohaj^el, where funeral serv- 
ice will be held on Sunday after- 
noon at 3 o'clock. The remains will 
be forwarded later to OMitoB. phhu. 
for interment. 



RUSSELL— Many friends attend- 
ed the funeral of Oeorge W. Rus- 
sell, which took place on Tuesday 
afternoon from McCall Brothers 
Funeral Home. Rev w o Wil- 
son. D.D., conducted the srrvirr 
diu-ing which the hymns 
Lover of My Roul ' and "Nean .i 
God. to 'ITiee" were sung Inty^io. ■ ' 
was made in RovbI Oak Burial Park 
The following acted as pallbearers; 
E G. Alcock. R. W. Hurst. E. A. 
, Hurst. R. Cherry, A. Arioar and w. 
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ONTARIO FARMER SAID 
TO HAVE SHOT THREE 
MELO N PATCH RAIDERS 

LONDON, Ont.. Sept, 16.— William 
Dubs, a farmer of West Mlddleeeg. 
was arrested yesterday bv Chief of 
Police Wharton, oir Middlesex, 
charged with shooting three men 
who .Sunday night are alleged to 
have attempted to raid his water- 
mei m patch. Doctc.rs removed a 
bullet from the right thigh of Wil- 
liam Mathers, aged twenty^two^ of 
Parkhlll. WlUiam Comfoot, a 
butcher, of Olenooe, la at home with 
a bullet wound in the thigh. Owing 
to loss of blood his condition is said 
to be sertou-s. William Berry, of 
Belmont, a third member of the 
oarty, suffered a wound In the leg 
wImn a trallet grazed him. 

QUEBEC SWEEPSTAKE 
B OOKS ABE SEIZED 

HULL, Que.. Bept M.— Acting 
under the recently pasMd leglslaUon 
prohibiting sweepatakaa in Quebec, 
Prorlneial Detective J. F. Dalpe last 
Bifbt arreated the caretaker of the 

Knights of Oohmibua Chib building modern phv-slral Inferiority 



BROWNLIE— There passed away 
in Los Angeles, Cal.. on Monday 
Andrew L. BrownUe, formerly of 
Victoria. lie is sur\'lved by his 
widow in Los Angeles and one sis- 
ter, Mrs. John Alexander, of Vic- 
toria. The remnins. which will be 
brought to Victoria for Interment, 
will arrive here on Friday The 
funeral will take place from Hav- 
ward's BC Funeral Chapel on 
Saturday afternoon at 2 ocl©ck. 

WANTS TERM IN JAIL 

WITH HER HUSBAND 

norenee Hodgson pleaded guilty 
to two chargaa of obtaining goods 
by false pretences In the city police 
coort jresterday. In entering a plea 
of guilty she said she wanted to re- 
ceive a sentence of six months in 
Okalla as her hu.sband was there 

She was remanded until this 
morning for sentenc 

The accused was previously con- 
victed In Vancouver, but was allowt^d | 
out on suspended sentenre She \» 
arrested here by Detectiviyi Ca 

well and Rogers, foUowlng the pass- 
ing of two worthksi <»qtteB for 
goods la Vleterta. 




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here and seised some 150 books of 
lottery tickets Winners of prizes 
were to have been decided by the 
result of the Manchester Handicap 
in England' on Novemljer 22. 



iCA N'S PHYSICAL 
SMKBUORmr 

trahied athletes, we 
modems are puny creaturos com- 
pared with our forefathers. Even 

athletes soon bum out eatin« acid- 
fornnng tood.i, the great cause of 

From 



We've held the C.y.H. cartsvrr 
contract for yesrs— proof of 
our saperior service. We'll 
save yoa money when >< 
move. Phone 2505. 

era. CABTMnr Ainnrrs 

VICTORIA 
BAGGAGE 

COIVIPANY 

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Finmd $100 m Court 

Wong Hong, pleading guilty m the 

dty police court jresterdn , fti rough 
his counsel W C. Morr , to 

a charge of being a ktri.<, of a 
gaming house on Cormorant Btjeet, 
was fined tlOO by Magistrate Jay. 
Fteur other Chinese were fined $10 
each an eharfss of balae found Id 



32 to 50 r>r. Jackson was one of the 
unfit At 50 Dr. Osier gave liim 
four months to live. dflBg tma 
add-forralng foods. Ha than In- 
vented alkali-fonnint Ronaa Meal 
■afore that he lived on the ground 
floor, unable to climb suirx Fc4ir 
years afterwards he ciimb«Kl the fifty 
storeys In Washlngfons Monument, 
up and down solely due to the alka- 
Unizlng properties in Roman M«al. 
In September. 182«. when seventy, 
be ran flea nSaa ia farty-ftve mln- 
utaa— waa aafe avan winded; again 
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Mayor W. H. Malkln from Charles 
Haydcn, of New York, chairman of 
the committee In charge of ar- 
rangements *(or the aviators' good- 
will tour of the United LUtes. 

"I fear that because of tima 
limllallOM It WiU- be imposstMe to 
altar jBhejaHs," Mti Bayden wrttee, 
"^t am nimnkm ya«r requsst to 
tha flyers with the rs q y ss t tSol 
they give it fsvorable oonsldcratla&" 

Coete and Brllonte will arrive la 



rw% rOI.ONIRT IM NEW YORK 

Thr Colrtni.«it I' delivered to thO 
principal Ne« York hoteU on order 
only, by the Long Acre Newspaper 
Delivery Order may be given tO" 

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Imported Gorfonsok Cbecsc, 
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Velvefta Finest Alberta CrtMMTy But- 
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Kxtra Choice Homc-CoOlMd 

Ham, shccd, lb. _ 83^ 

HoflM-CooM CoraMf BmI. 
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nhported Freiu* Pure Olhre Oil. quart tins 



Del Monte Spinach, laijecst 

Una, each a* .28^ 

Hains TotfSd» -Sows, 3 tins 
for . - y-..^ 

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Yellow Sugar, 5 \\>> _....35^ 

Pure Black Pepper, 40^ 

pel Monte Lpff* ?naMa. Ml. 
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Butcher & Provisions 
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NANTUCKET IS CITY 
' WHICH CAN BOAST 
ITS OWN TOWN CRIER 



NAN'l l c KJET, Mais.. Sept If.— 
KxjXTl.i 111 effii'lent-y ma, 'nvp 'heir 
liiidLspu'i d way thiuiiK:'"'!! 'I>p 
great inajoiii. ol Aiiicn, i-*-i!i'r, 
but in this tgwn oil '!\e M i. .-laclm- 
jfltg coast Is prespi v* ri it u:u^t one 
mnlnder of another day. 

Mfor P. Wyer la no mean or balf- 
hearted rapnli^iet. His Mtss beU 
and roppcf horn aire rar^ silent In 
Nhi • , v."i ts For Wyer rep- 

i8'i( i:L« a I iiotfun. no une knows how 
old, brought lo thus continent with 
the nrst settlers who buUded towns. 
He u the efBclal tvva crter of Nan- 
thicket. . 
• Xvery day; vain .or ibiBc. Wyer 
walks tbe streets of tbe town, rlng- 
Inc Ills bell, bknrlnt his horn, and 
ad vldng Inhabitants what ttm new^s 
nnay be at home and the world over. 
The duties of hl.'« office are not par- 
kicularly "arduou-i, a.s no one com- 
pUiiv when stops to chat, or 
otnlts to cry some particularly suc- 
culeot Ut of nunbr. His badge of 
In addtfion, to the bell #nd 
jhom. Is a hiiflft tUk "plug '* hat: V 

v.'v^' Tnployed by the Nantucket 
liisi<>ii(ai Society, is an old'tlme 
man. H$ has now be^ 



I eahore for some vcar5 but .surcceded 

I ! ( 'I , ■■ r . :i I , I • I il I I .1 t > .V Hull's. 

UK'' I tit' I'K li'l hlii; !inf 

drcfl (lolUi.s a n:<jritj>. a piiho iv .litl- 

1 arv Hi i<iiii;mriMH!. wnl: tlu* Mxty- 
I two cent.s .1 <!av i«"i <Titlv icpi I'crl to 

be the stipend ol one of (he last 
c rlers to the bid eountry. 




Dileoatot to Distriot Con- 
vention Conehide Two- 
. Day Business Session 

CONCLAVE PROVES ONE 
OF BEST IN HISTORJ 




PrincpsB Limine 
On Special Trip 
With Kiwanitm* 



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Y arrancement wtth tb* 
C'aiMKltan Padfic B.C. 
Coast Service, the Princess 
LouUe made a tpeclal trip tu 
SeatUe. leavinc the Belleville 
Street docks at 1 o'clock this 
momlnc. with t(M majority of 
Klwanlana from the Western 
United States dtetrlcts aboard 
The ettthaMO aad their wives 
were selutBlnt heasa iHer 
paitidpatlac to 4ka eeom- 
tlan pi'nw>ert1ngi hsr-« stoce 
Sunday lact 



e^i^<s'2)fs>/^/^IHj[0 CITIZEN 



(ound Dead — I^ee I'\in Ylng tt 
Cliuiaiiian, was found dead m tm 
sfiack neai the Esquimau lagoon 
yesterday t;oruner K C Han has 
sUted U»al lie U aaiulied tfiai death 

wa* due to naiuiai iptuese. aai tikat 




Without 
throughout 
business 
nual « 



Wreckvd Homes in 
Ittdian District 
Quickly R^dored 

AVEILXINO. Italy. .Sept. 11 — A 
population rendered Moflielsss by the 
dlnstrous earthquake of Jbly 33 
reodved today Its first altoeation 
of new anti-earthfuake houses. ]ust 
fifty-four days alter the old resi- 
dential district^ el- i^ town were 
wiped out. , 

The provincial prefect telegraphed 
Premier MuMoUni that 108 houses 
or apartments, on whloh work was 
beftm a few days after the quake 
were haoART 9m 
afternoon. 



Pkem a dally newspaper: "Miss 

Is one of those shy, retiring 

girls." 

That's k new one on us. Which 
shy, retiring girls are referred to? I made 



one discordant note 
the entire two days' 
the thlrt^eaUi eh- 
of tba nelfVc 
Nertbwasl Ofstdei ot KManls In- 
ternational was bro u g Ht to a happy 

and hurrnonloas i ojirlu.ilon yester- 
(irty afifrnooii wtu'ii I >t*tru-L Oov- 
t'Miur Cimilcs J* Wttlkc; aiUR)ui)i ed 
ndj'niriiiiieiil .shoi tiv after 4 o clock 
'ri.f I 1 II 1 \ ( 11 ' 1. n jir-i (ioM'd t>ctf> a 
new iiiciilt 11, Klwanis jn ogre.s.^ive ^ 
nes.s, rtial f.ii ll delegate" may return 
to his club and truthfully st»te that 
the thirteenth oo n ee nM en at vic- 
toria was one ot the best e?er hold 
on the Pacific Coast. Tliat Is the 
itpininn ot tin- niajfinty of tl.f 
visitors who huv« been guests of tiir 
"City a( muuidmr mm Sunday. 

WEM I \II> rROr.RAMME 
Olvnn Ideal lA. athcr ln( e the 
oi>enmK of the coiiil.ivt, tiie dele- 
gates have had ample opportunity to 
avail themselves of the hospitality 
of the eltliens of Victoria. The plans 
if the ooaualttees to charge of the 
amoinDeaU were lo well laid that 
there was hardly an Idle moment. 
Buslnejss was carried out with the 
greatest dl.spatch so that delegates 
could be free to join In the enter- 
tainment acxordlng to programme. 
Dnllke the majority of conventions 
the business lesrions of Kiwanis 
were faithfully attended at each of 
the ibinr s esrtan i and Msfatee re- 
cetved full vahie for their thne. 

The special proKramme arranKP f 
for the ladles fitted In admirably 
with the buslivass seealons. and while 
the men were at work the ladles 
were being entertained on motor 
touia and at danees and baaqpiets. 
The ladles spoke highly et tiM at- 
tention given them by the com- 
mittees of the Victoria Olnb, who 
their ."stay In Victoria so 



pieasaat Dm ledtestedhnpatCtlris 
work were Mra O. WgS/BMK^ 
Mrs E R. If. root^Wmrtt fmttk. 

Mrs. D. McAdle aod IO& K 3. B. 

Stephenson. 

OOMMimM IN ffd^Mftw 

Today Is principally clean-up day 
for the cotiventlon manager. HarOld 
DiKKon. and lii.s stafi of ahsLstants. 
who were re.spon*lble for ail ar 
I «ngpti\fnt.s in connection with the 
a.^.semblmg of upwards of BOO dele 
gates, the arranging of programmes 
and the geaKal conduct at the pro- 
ceedlBffs. Mr. nggoa's 

follow 

^■e^ga.son; finance, L. A. Orogan; 
dfVotKjnal service, P A Olbbs. en- 
tfi taiiunciH l orn Kelway, regLstra 
tioii, Wall<-r M Walker: reception, 
Harry Beaclj, automobiles, W A 
l.uncy. exhibits, W. Revercomb. 
fplf, C. W. Pangnfn; information. 
A. M. Kmc; Ocwnitlnm, F. Crow, 
harst; Orjirtal Oandn fete, Darrsll 
Spenee; govemerlg Mdl, O. X. Wat- 
kins; luncheoM, J. W. Duncan. P. J. 
B Stephenson; Tuesday banquet, E 

H .M l'''Ml' < OI I will .!>U .-.('^Mi,!,v 

J 1 > < K M' Hut- tl«l' s |^H!itfll> 

I> Mi \(t!<' -■ rl f .1 k t a.N'.s t JnlltUl 

I'he loilowing are the of&cers and 
dheetors ot the VlctorU Chib: Q. H. 
Stevens, prestdeat: D. MeAdH^ ^vlce- 
presidHit: rtmnk Jortfaa, trtawrer: 
Brooke Stephenson. dMrieHON^e; 
Walter M. Walker, seeretary; direc- 
tors, W. BUis Brown, Harold M 
Dlgjfon J Walter Duncan, Kenneth 
^' . Kiripst H M, FVx)t, Dr 

Harold H. Hare, W. A. Luney, Dar- 



jof OaoBia MartfeU. Eiiioe 
I whd reoelved head injuries yester 
day. -when he fell down a flight . i 
.ilalrs at the Buy 8tret-t ArinoriCA, j 
j when* he Is employed «* engineer, | 
! was reported a.s crill< al at the i 
I Jubilee Hospital early this morniriK 
j l>r A (' Hinclulr Is 'attending the 
injured man, who wa,s taken to the 
hospital following the airidcnt. 



PASSES AWAY 



Mrs. Elizabeth Jeeves Came 
Here Forty-Three Years 
Ago From Enuland 

SAW VICTORIA DEVELOP 




rieaacd with Victoria — ^oha 
Mtniravi, a former resident of Tie- 

terla, wt^ has been living in tin 
.Old GkMUitry for some years, wa.*, a 
visitor In the (ity yr.-itenlay He 
.■laid Victciiia liK.ked exi-e<»(!iUKly 
tjiKKl to him. and in- pxprcs.sed itie 
opinion thai u was quite within 
the range of poasHAlfty that he 

might return aad taka uii Mg ran 
denee egala ' 



j Essays en Pab^WiAners of essay 

I I on'e.M.s arranged under thi' aus-| 
. . . ..AW I i'''"^'' Hiili.^ii ( 'e>l!i!iibia Ak,'! 

Hotel rsservatione. Kenneth j iiriiiturai as.s.., iati,,n kiki biLscd nn 

iMipi es.^lon^ nf Ine rt-i f-nt e xtillm ion i 
, heie, were aiuiounrril > rt,lci d.i y by 
I .Se<-rftary W H Meariis as follow.-. 
Chlldieii taclve to sixteen yeai.- 
flrst. Olive Lytui; second, Edna | 
Lynn; third, Helen Neden, aadi 
fourth. John Watm. Under twelve 
years, Agnes I. Ora<i||lier. 



Wants Bead J. Islay Mtitter, on 
behalf of the residents of Port 
Renfrew, has written the local 
i hamber of Commerce, calling at- 
tention to the advlsabUity of taking 
stepe to Inte/est the Dominion Gov- 
ernment to spending a pgrt of the 
money set aside fee highway con- 
struettoa, to the oompletlon of the 
road to Port Renfrew. The matter 
will likely be referred to the 
mlttee on i:ti''"ipl"vment. 



niey were dlsetuntng the bore ef 
the seaside boarding house. He 
would talk a dog's htod leg off," ob- 
served Smith 

"And even then, aiuwered Brown, 
"he would go on with the tale." 



An old and respected resident of 
the city passed away yi^ieiday with 
the death a( Mrs. BUiabeth Jeeves, 
who with hm hiMhssJ founded in 
VMorta tt/tetotty whose neaM is 
well-known and honored. 

Born ir\fnt> iivi ago in 

.Sandv Berttoi. !■•••.•.!. ■ Kii(,;Mii,i -in' 

( ailif lo VU tiiiia ill IHii'; vVlih i.ei 

Husband, Allen Jeeves, who pre- 
deceased her by eight years. Die 
(amifar home lor sMny years was 
on MBS Btrset, bat attar llr. 
Jeeves' deatli the widow wmii^ t9 
live with a daughter, Mrs. P. W. 

' Hlehanl ■J744 Prlo: Slie- t vi:t! 
1 whom she nmdc her liumc up Lu 

I the time i,'. t;< : p.tsBtogsOertty after 

I midday yesterday. 

Knergette and .toterested to the 
I ummualty about har, sbs eerty as- 
ociated hennlf wtth the WeaMn's 

Auxiliary of St. John's OlMirch* 
w hich she attended for many years 

durinj; ttie ;•;!;»> that Ite* W. W. 
Jeiui.s wa.i u-i ttif 'r Ijiit .shortly 
aflei liie lo! iii.it i .1! lit the City 
Temple ^he- tian.sl erred her activi- 
iie.'-. ;n this line ui thc ladles' auxili- 
ary of the newer ooBHBunlty. and 
maintained an Interest to this al- 
inoet up to the last. She was an 
intereeted o b is r ve r of the many 
changes whloh have occurred to the 
city shice she came to live here, 
and her remlni.>vcence.s provided 
newer residents with many divert- 
ing hours. 

The rematau are at the B.O. Pu- 
neral Pailflrs. and the funeral will 
take place from, there at 2 o'clock 
on Priday aftemoon, totermeht to 
be In thc faaiUy j^ot, Reis Biy 



Purae .simti her Mi.vs tj Anderson, i Cemetery. 



OA iTOR Top 



0uaran$ees 
llopisndable^ quiet 
operatiou always 



^FIIE Monitor To|» just lopk at il— tetreelj 
•i> Ummt tiMa a hatboa i! j H H Is oat ^tm 
§nm%m triamphs of Modstm M^irirliig 

Ssdbd Blr^lflit within tha Moaltor Top ia Um 
i Srt i m wiiBiiiriiM -that win a p a w la a Gaaatal 

EltiCtric Refrigerator year in and year on^— 
qnirtiv and th \ tslllji wltlwili a ^* 0t 

.worry on.yonr part. 

8b IronbMm b dw Cwaral Eleetric Ref rij^er^ 
nirir that It nsver erea needs to be oiled. '^'> 

quirt ia It you run harrlv hear It • e • and it 

remaini« quift indefinitri v. 



day tlie General VArrtnr Kcfri^rator 

preservea foods, (MilCguunlM ittuiih 
a&d pi efe ais waste* And tha MaffHar Tap is 
tjagjgned to. giro a ttfa^lasa >«f-' <>cottoM lr al» 



r.very 

v»il! Hflvr von monrv 
jJI 1 1 i j»r « f \ uir I hi' 
ntioa that 



"Al yonr finger tips Is a'ftrsssliig repalalar for 
making of fro aa n degaerts aad datra lea cabas. 

(Hie AU-^^trrl cabinet is as nigged as a safe • • • 
ft !« rn^^ I ,. keep slaaa inilda,. otslda» top and 

undcriiealh. 



\ Aaktl 

f\ otiirr 



Ask the nr.'ir' of dealr^ ' 
licirigcrMlur. 



Ilfto ieenand 



■ ! TTiany 
iiieoiKie 

Ba>s(«t- 




01 1857 Fern .Street, reported to the 
police last night that she had had 
her purse snatched troni lier hand 
edille she was walking along Brqpul 
Street near Fort Street. The purse 
contained the smn of 90 cents and 
a lipstick. Miss Anderson dtacrtbed 
her assailant as being about five 
feet four inches In height, and wear- 
ing a dark suit and hat. Khe .stated 
that he ran toward Douglas Street 
after having taken her purse. 



There survive five sons and two 
daughters: J. A. Jeeves, P. W. 
Jeeves, S. Jeeves, na muud Jeeves 
and Percy Jeeves: Mrs. V. Mc- 
Naughton Rolfs and Mrs. P. W. 
Richards; also one sister in Vic- 
toria, Mrs. R. Oaskell; two sisters 
and two brothers, Mrs. W. Dudley, 
Mrs. S. Townley, and John and 
William Mace, living in England; 
ten grandchildren, and one great- 
grandson. 



Values I.oeal Bulbs- Dr A H j „ ^j- , p. j- j- .^^ 
Smith, of Mitchell. Ont , who Is In l/UNr lUtNOt lo 



Victoria on a vi.sit, declares he is I 
greatly interested m flower bulbs 
produced on Vsncouver Island. Por 
many years he has been sending to 
Holland for his bulbs, but he is so 
Imprsssed with the showlDgs at ths 
Baanleh mperimental Ftem that he 
has ordered several dosen bulbe 
shipped to his home in MltcheO. Dr. 
J. A. McLcay and family accom- 
panied Dr. Smith and his family on 
ttMir tlitt here. 



Adjourns Proceedings — The liti- 
gation arl.sing out of the affairs of 
the Mayo luimbrr Company was 
the subject of an application in 
Supreme Court Chambers yesterday 
Biomlng. This ease, tovolving the 



Hlndtt Shareholders to ths company, 
has repeatedly been before the 
courts. The application made by 
W T. Stralth and R. D. Harvey 
representing \ arlous Interests, asked 
for a we lay of the examina- 

tion of Uurbachan Singh, one of the 
principal witnesses, wttd wUl leave 
for India on October 1 P. q. Bllott 
oppoeed the motion, eontending 
that It was not In the Interests of 
his clients. The application was 

granted by G|tfef Justtoe Ifanrtson. 

Hustlers' < tut. - The Hustlers' 
Club held iL\ .scmi-atinual election 
of ofUcers on Monday evening In 
Um clubrooms. North Park Street 
The following oflkers were elected: 
Presidsnt, Harold Whitfield (ac- 
damatlon): past president, Iftlson 
OoodWto; vice-president, Sidney 
Peldon; corresponding secretary 
Harold McCaw (acclaniir re- 
cording secretary. Jack Hark; 
treasurer. Jack Rawnslcy. and rep- 
resentative for 8. of RX.. Sdwln 
oilft. Plane were made for the 
Hustlers' daxMO and frolic, to be 
held on November 11. A cup was 
presented by Nelson Owdwln's 
Grocery for the clubs golf tour- 
nament. 



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9. C. ELECTRIC JAMESON MOTORS, LU. 

l^MflM <^sst Langl^ Strsft 740 firoug bton St. 



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eaarcateedi . Kr iCitiNAPIAN GENERAL ELECTRIC CO., ttmUtZ 

■ ^ . . V .- I ■ I- -I -^n— — 



FIVE INJURED WHEN 

BOMB EXPLODCS AT 

ME XICAN GA THERING 

MEXICO CTTY. Sept. 16.— F 
person.s were seriously Injured h'.^ 
la.st night when what was believrd 
to be a bomb exploded in the Blaze 
de la Con.'.tit,urlnn. where thousands 
were celebrating the anniversary of 
Mexican Independence. 

The bomb expkxled shortly after 
10 pjn.. a little before the time 
President Ortis Ruble intended to 
appear on the balcony of the Na- 
tional Palace and repeat Into the 
radio the "Qrlto de Dolores," Mexi- 
can Independence cry . 

The explosion was near the en- 
trance to La Avendia Clnco de 
Mayo, on the opposite side of the 
plaza from the Natioriel Palace. 
Abeut fUty persons witneescd the 



RESTORED FOR 
B.C. PRODUCERS 

Continued from l'ai;e 1 
The outlO(A to the main pro- 
ducing areas is better than It has 
been for nine years, stated Mr. 

Munro, and crop movements now 
currently under way give every 
promise of confirming thc optimistic 
view generally held by the growers. 
OBOWnS TAU OUTS 

Refuting assertions that tariff 
protection would mean Incrca.scd 
prices to the consumers, grower.s m 
many areas have taken cuts in the 
price of their produce below fonner 
levels, sstlsfled to have the assur- 
ance ef a frsely nMites voltane of 
trade when ttael^ crops are ready 
for table. 

Mcintosh Reds at* rolling east 
now in carload lots and are of fine 
quality, though ellghtly off in color, 
due to smoke and fog, and the 
absenee of frost. Cantaloupes from 
Oliver are moving to ftoe volume 
eastward as far as Toronto, and In 
smaller degree to Coast points. The 
p>each market has pa.s.sed its peak, 
and good results were obtained by 
Canadian growers without any to- 
crease In prices, feared by sonwdsa 
result of the tariff benefits. 



iinRouacemaaff 

What Is more important to any 
woman of reflnemenl and arli.stlc 
appreciation than a clear skin free 
from disfiguring blemishes? Hap- 
pily such a possesskm is vltbto the 
reach of all women who are smart 
enough and keen enough to make 
•n effort. "Htat is Just all that is 
requlredi Miss Haauan. 8a Say- 
ward Building. 



Masters' Ih eai. white,* brown and 
whole wheat, all spell satisfaction 

Crisply new, delir|.,ii.., ;o ta.sle. made 
from pure material by methods 
dictated by modern progress 
Masters' holds the favor of all dieti- 
tians and housewives. Trf this 
oduct of an independent bakery. 

your wedding requres the best to 
printing for your snnouaesBMnts. 
invitations, eta Lit as show you 
samples of our «M at raasooabk 
prloss. The Colonist Job Prtottng 
Department Pbona IfT. 



Octo- 
ber S, under auspices of Joint toclal 
committee. Xvelyn Holt's four-piece 
orchestra. DanelBt t lo 1.' Ada^ 

.'.ton 50c. 

The $1.00 and $1.95 Kilk Stockinfa, 
as .■,f>ld at The Beehive, and guar- 
anteed not to ladder. Lota of people 



The Pniralar Windblown Bob Is a 
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merely a repreductioa wUch 
deeely reeenblee the original 

studio music but an 

actual recreation of the origi- 

n.'l 111 4!! its liraiity Dui^ 
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Our scheduled system is planned 

for your convenience, otir modern 
and up-to-date trucks axv capable 
o£ handling any sized load. 



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Annual 

eetings 



The .Annual \iectings of the 
\Siiriis '.f the Victdrie Conser- 
\ative Association, for the pur- 
pose of electing officers, will be 
hcM in the Association Rooms, 
Campbell Bnlldhig. as follews: 

Ward 1— Monday, Sept. 22. 
Ward 2— Tueedey, Sept. 23 
Werd 3— Wedneedey, Sept 24 
Ward 4— Thursday, Sept 2S. 
Ward ^Fridsy, 
Wards 6 and 7— Van, Sspt 

Meetingii arc called for I o'cl' 
and a full atUndlace is 
quested. 




5V>me more howlers TTie Roman* 

a t" thefr rnad.s .straight fo mat 

«> Hritoos could not hide behind 

corners." 



'ir]cs. and 
t a Mel I 



Btpatod Ufa. 

him •• 

' It rained cats >" d 
whrn It had finish' 
li'Me poodles in the road. 

ahakapsire was a jMttle mm 
He dftaa s^ Xio but nam 
Itassbed thd enttenee." 

I ■ t.loyd ' . «ru the 
I Mixture of iu^iand. 



For Good Lighting 

Edison Mazda 
Lamps 

There is a laoi^ for jroor 

every nccd. 

I ill your lamp sockets 
VOW. 



For. 8ak al 



Hiwkiiis & Hiywird 

n«(Ul«a| OasUty SIM] 8«T>i«« ator* 



SewMjjp 



Sea are Joined by the 

CanaJ ■ 

•Th/- p^Mftlfy for blcatnv 

yen i ' mothr; 1 . 

■ ' ' : V-. ashing f^m * % 
' ► ■• man beraum- h^ was 

A and told the truth." 

' fs of the 

Sodorii ah ■■ 



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aai ttsNsiiMimlSNi ^ ***** ^ 



Women's Activities 



THE DAItY eOLOWyST, VIC TOUTA, B»C WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMB KR 17. i'>jQ 

m ns WAS 




I 



Udatlec 



Clubs and 
Societies 



Mr «nd Mrs W Tliointnn !rft 
iMt V99k tor » huUday iii Vaticuu- 
W «MI YletorU. 

• * • 

i Mr and Min A Balrd left on j 
Salurdaj^ lot \'nu<ouver MMl 8Mt* 
I tie. ■ - . 

• • • 

Mr V }i h'lciiiinK of Vlrt^.ii'*. 



ESCOREIflStA 



of Qticen 

, Wtiincii 
held an 
i; of C. 
with the 



The reftilar tne«tlnt 

AlcxamliH Ktvlrw, No 1 
lS<-iicn: A \ « l:it:irn v. - 

MulUl« » I ■ I 1 : I , I . 

Hall. ( r<-\» ! iiii.i ni rtiitet 
prt'sici.'iif, Mrs. Rtcketto, in the 
i tuLix. A good attendano* of mmn- 
ben ««laoBM4> BmIUi Suparvlior 
Mr*. Laura Le Oallais on her vl5l 
to Victoria, and tho president pre- 
sented her with a beautiful basket 
of gladioli Tlir local tcvu-w a an- 
nual banquet will he bcid in Octo- 
ber An Inlercstaig healtt) lecture 
wall given by Un. Le OaUaU, whc 
wUl hold a thm-dajr eUalc fox 
loeal Biemken of Um order in the 
K ' C Hall, Ooivtmmcnt street 
X; i iutmenta may b« made by 
teUiihr riMii; lo the luill. After thf 
t i i irf iriifhhmenta were served by 
M Irow-sdale. with Mr-. Laxtoii 
convening. The ntxt meeting will 
ba tasM on Ootdbw f M • pa. 

Chemainiis W. il. 

The monthly meeting of the Wom- 
?n s Auxiliary to the Church ot All 
Salnta, Chemalntu Ri^, mu heid 
lait week at the home of Mra. Vealc, 
the mresldent. Un. L O. Bailey being 
In the chair. Final arrahfemente 
i«ere made for the annual tale of 
work. Um following membern were 
Mn. veoe. lin. L o. 



Mrs 
Mr- 
0<>n 




Hull. -. Mr^ i,M,v,-.v Mrs. Solly 
CiiM)> ML-^: i <K- f-! Mr-s Klnu 
Talb'X M!> Wt I Ml I - , 
Mis i.iayU. Mr». SUiott. 

'-'">^:'' M, . Howaitf. im: s, 

s>ali .iu<; Mi- C'lppodL 
MrlrupoUUu WMJi. 

The Metropolitan Wonen'a Ifle- 
slonary Soeiaty held Its regular 
monthly meeting on Monday after- 
noon in the aehotrtroom. A good at- 
tendance reaponded to the rally to 
welcome the new paator and his 
wife. Rev Dr and Mrs Sroft The 
n'.ble 1 (v:,!!!:. , !■ . . !: hv M; .' 
A. Scott Mi;.. Mrlxilmi llim Itu 
Victoria presbyUrial. Kave a talk on 
"Christian Steward.*hi:) ■ A solo 
"Spirit of CJod. ' was giVfn by Ml«r 
Dorothy Parsons. Mrs. Koyl reported 
for the TlBttlnc eemmlttee. 
• • • 

R^bekah Leigc* 

Colfax Rebekah Lodge, No. 1, will 
present "the gavel of feiendehip" to 
Miriam Rebekah Lodge. No. 3. in 
Nanalmo on Saturday, the seventy 
ninth anniversary of tl-.e Rebekat- ' 
Degree. Carne Rebekah Lodge, No , 
45, win accompany them to Na- 
nalmo Thr>.ic intending to make 
the trip arc asked to telephone I 
4383 Y or 581 IR, and membere are 
asked to meet at the i.O.O.r. Hall 
Douglas Street, at 4: SO o'elocdL 
_ • • * 

Pas-s-Pas Claie 

The Paa-a-Paa Young Ladles' 
Bible Olaaa of the First United 
Church held its regular meeting at 
the home of Misa Mac Thom.son, 
1270 Dallas Road. There were twen- 
ty-one mcmbcr.t prer.ent. including 
the leader, Mrs. D. McKlUop. Elec- 
tion of ofBccrs resulted as follows 
President, Miss Winettc Copeland 
vice-president. Mts.s Winnie Ferrl- 
man; secretary, Mlas Mac Thom- 
son; treaautvr, Miaa Jemle Dnm. 



Weaving in Switzerland 



.Mr I> A (Uant. <.t Ii.fini ^ik-mI 
(he wrek-end in Uclucl*-! and laft 
on Monday fo;- I'nrt Mtxris) 




Mi.s A tiodjuii, ol Xoliiio, liM re- 
turned nf ter lyeMltnc Vh /t fwek^nd 

:n Ucluelet. 

« • ■ 

Mrs. J. ThoiinLM i! uti ia&t week 
f or ft rtmrt tH>ii.<„\ ui vanoottver. 

• «• ■ 

Ml- A UrtlMl Iff! .,11 Uif }'i..M 
(■^.^ Noirth ii.>r hri home In Port 
Ilcufii v\ after 

itii'i III i-'fiuc; 



1 1 1 1 



Mr. E. Lee 
from Vtetorla. 



Ml Boeden Grant, 

iiincd home on Moi; 



Mr. S. 



M: 

Oeriii. 



Llttlet..n 
sonu' time 



Wc«.Tlnf Is Still Being Done 
Women in the Lotsci 



m Swifrnlaiid \\y ihr Honi' Loving 

Vallry I !■ <-:. M.tdp by Mrtrui Is t h« OnlV 1 

Thing Those Woiutn Will 1 oiciatc m Thcjr Hoipcs. 



in ueiuelet. 

• * «> 

iih! Mi - I) Tui nci . I'l^i i Al- 

wcre recent visitors at Long 



( '.1 1 >' :iln and M ■ > \( f-'iv a;:''; 

iMUnK at Long Beach lof^a lew 
dayi<, returaatf to Fott'^ttilnr iMt 

week. ' ■ . « 



bAM FRANCUOO, Mpt 16 

l^oar%td eaa by tkrae eoast guard 
cutter* and with MM caead ot re 
turned liquor in her hold the lum 
runner Ray Roberta, recent h u- 
lea.sed by ( iDvcrnnifiit ordn Ic! ' 
l>.)ii t.drf' 

!''n- vi--,:,( ; wa- i. i i1 ». July , 
I'l'l tin i.ti'lalii iiiw timiKi'd 

wi'li vii.i ( • tlir Mi.,iKKlin}J laws. 

I t)'>.it ■ n iciL-.c ua.s effected 
wtten Attorney-Ocneral Mitchell at 
Washington ruled terme «f a tawty 
with areiit Britain liad b^a vio- 
lated in telling the ViaieL 

Attcnieyi for th^ vessel an.' 
charged part of her cai^ . m i 
equipment was missing today mui 
p.monp' othfT fhhv"; ''sled plritn 

l'i>rL Alberiu, I Mi[>l'iv ' ..t n> :■>■■■• r-.,,i.s and 



VISITORS WILL 

BE FETED HERE - 
BY QOVERNMEMT 



to 



tt^t 1 

VUIT TO SOOU 

rtm BrtOah partir wit be 
for • drive this momlnf 

Butchart's ( ..i!.). ; ■n■;.^ af 
the vls't'irs a;;: micaauielai by 
<'f^' I Of I 'fp.i: ;iiif-rit nt AKrl- 

'■'■'•''II"' fi' -.iKik. |[.i!tn»( and nt 
d:';iif': ii.iiiKtit .1' !>!<■ Hri\,.,i,: f 

Hcu ■ i.piivinK vicLona on Thurs- 
lav the iwrty will retum Beat ever 
tie lines of the ^-^"ftit^an Padflc. 
A visit wlU be paid by thSparty 
I to the Dominion experimcn'al farm 
' >t A gaeeia. before dei>«i; ii ,j from 

Brttlah Colmrhla 



p«mn»eat at the 
led^t Mik«lher arrangementa have 
made and the hm iiron has 
been eaneelled. 

Political unrest ai i, ,,,,,- i ^.s 
alu i«M tlu Itinerary of the • 

Hius rvening, at 7 o'clock the 
Government will be host to the vleit- 
ii>k' trii ,.r the Imperial Jkpaneee 
fnoifiH <; Ht a diiumr tn be held 
in the ciiaiuber ol OommeNft Bon 
Joshua Blnchliffe. lllslster of Bdu- 
ofttlQB. wUl mloome the party on 
behalf ecihepmlnee. " 



returned iasi week 



of Tofino, re- 

li -. V 



Island Social Notes 



Sidney 



Salt Spring Island 




Roasted, ground and 
PHcked in 1 Ih. and J^-lb. 

packet. s, daily in Vic- 
toria. Guaranteed best 
luality. 

Grocers Sell It 




Homes Furnish^ 
On Eaf y Terms 



719 Yatea Street 



First United Guild 

Arrangements have been made by 
the Women's Oulld of the Plret 
United Church for a lecture to be 
glfbn hi the e&arfK auditorium on 
September 25 by Rer. Clem Davie.s 
on "The Passion Play at Oberam- 
mergau." •» • 

St. Martin's Golld* * 

The ladles of St. Martin s, Obed 
Avenue, will hold a silver tea and 
liiime cooking sole in the hall on 
Thursday afternoon at o'clock. 

TODAYS BBCira 

.Short-Boll Grape Jam -To i.iake 
J.U11 oihckly and witliout spending 
(■i>.,tly hours over a hot stove, many 
thou.sands of Canadian and Amen- 
ic;\n wdii.cn this Pall are using this 
tested recipe. It calls for bottled 
pectin, which is the pure fruit sub- 
stancco that ataures jelling, and me 
fresh flavor of the grapes. 

Ingredients: Pour cups (3 Ibe.) 
cooked fruit: 1-2 cup bottled pectin 
and seven cups <3 Ib.s ) sugar. Use 
only full-rlpcncd (rr.ip.rs. Separate 
.'^klns and simmer pulp, covered, for 
five miniiir:; Remove ;.ced3 by aiev- 
incr. ( rrsh luns itou,"li skins need 
chopping* B"d mix with pulp. Ad.-I 
half a cup cf natcr; Stir until mi.\- 
ture bolls, cover and simmer slowly 
for thirty minutce. Then meaeurel 
fruit into large kettle. Add sugar. I 
mix and brinT to a full rolling boll j 
over hottest fire. Sir constantly be- 
fore and while boiling. Bell fiard ' 
one minute. Remove from fire and 
stir In bottled pectin. Skim, pour 
riuicklv Cover hot Jam with film of I 
hot. p.'.rnf fin : when jam Is cold.! 

^■r with on''-el:?hth inch of hot 
; 1 iff n Roll glafs to spread paraf- 
fi! ' t: .sides. If desired add grated 
oran-re rind. If Malagas or Tokays 
are ur,ed exit, seed and cruih them, 
and add Juice of one lemon with 
water in which they are almmered. 
Reouires about three pounds grapee. 
Makee about ten eight-ounce 
glassee. 



A most enjoyable time was spent 
at the home of Mr and Mr.s. A In- 
glls, cf Ganges, when Mrs. Iriglls, 
recent winner of the cup for ob- 
taining the hole in one, entertained 
the ladies of the Salt Spring Island 
Oolf Club. About thirty gueeto were 
preaeBt..Bbt tabiea of ^yen took 
part In a golf wtalst arm. The llret 
prlxe winner was Mrs. Charles- 
worth: second. Mrs. C. Sprlngford 
and MLs,'. M T. Scott, who each re- 
ceived a prize, the consolation prize 
goKiK i'> Ml.', ,J()hn.«;on. Among 
those present were; Mrs. W. E , 
Scott. Dr. Sutherland. Mn. Frank ^ 
Crofton, Mra. T. V. BfA. Un. V 
c. Iforrla, M^. A. B. Oartwright. 
Mrs. Daemond Crofton, Mrs. W 
Norton. Mra A. B. Elliott, Mrs 
Gavin Mouat, Mrs. H Peter. Mrs 
D. Layton, Miss P. Altkcns, .Missef 
Dl. Doreen and Denlse Crofton 
Misses Lois and Shirley Wilson, Mlae 
Irene Obwald and othera. 



visiting the island as the guests of 
Mr. Tolson's aunt, Mrs. Pred 
crofton. 



Mrs. C. Mofntoeh. of Ganges, re- 
tired home on Saturday after 
spending aeveral days in Vancouver. 

Mr, and Mn. W, Scott Ritchie, of 
Victoria, returned home on Monday 
after being the guests for a few days 
of Mrs. Ritchie's sister, Mrs. Pted 
Crofton, of flanges. 

* * • 

Dr. Morgan and fan-l!y who have 
been renting the house of Mr Tay 



Miss L. Pierse. of Vlctdrk. apent 
the week-end at the home of Mn. 
A. Dunne. Beacon Avenue. 

Mr. and l&a. O. 'simpson and 
family. Fifth Street, have moved tc 
Ptourth Street, at the house formerly 
occupied by Mr. and Mrs. P. Hold- 



a baroinet.! [■>:•, -,.,!! ;i lonnal 
protect would Uled. Customs 
offieiala denied the riiertage. - 

U.S. BHIDGL PLAYERS 
LEADING IN CONTEST 
WITH BRITISH TEAM 



LONDON, 

Statea. 



Mr and Mrs H. Acton, of Van- 
couver, have taken up their real 
denee on Tbm street. 

• • • 

Mrs G Sadler, who has been 
spendmg the past- few weeke In 
Victoria, has retumetf to her 
on Beacon Avenue. . 



their residence in Mr. 
property at Oanfee. 
• * • 

Mr Donald Praser. of Vl< . 
has returned home after a few days 
visit to the Island, where he was 
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. N. W. 
Wllaon. 0f "BarmAniry." 



Mr. and Mrs, A. J. Eaton, of Pul- 
ford Harlx)r. returned home on 
Monday after a week's vlelt to Van- 



Mr. and Mrs. Fred CrOi'ton. of i 
Ganges, left on Monday for Vic- 
toria. where thev will be guests at 
the Dominion Hotel for a few days. 
• » • 

Mr and Mrs. Pellew, of New West- 
minster, are visiting on the Island, 



couver and New Westminater, where 1 gueste of their dauf^iter. 

tod Mn. WlBtem Palmer, of Oiiilir^^ 



they were gueste Of Mr. 

Prank Morris 



Marriage la the art of quarreling 

cheerfully. 



The dance held at Harbor House 
hut week waa very eueeemful. about 
sixty gueets being preeent. Including 
Captain and Mra. J. Mitchell, Mr. 
and Mn. Douglas LayUm. Mr. and 
Mrs. C. Sprlngford, Mrs. Palmer. 
Mr. and Mrs. Pellew. Mr and Mrs. 
William Palmer. Mr H W. Bul- 
lock, M..s,s D Moorhouse. Ml.sises L. 
and S Wilson. Ml.s.s Clair Wilson, 
MiMes Dl. Doreen and Denlse Crof- 
tonr Mi.ss Nora Turner. Miss Alex- 
and<^r. Mi.ss Betty KiiiK.s'oury. Mkss 
B. Foelli r Mr.s c. F. Roberts, Mr. 
T. Bon Mr Colin King, Mr. 

Ian Halley. Mr. R. Price, Mr. H. de 
Burgh, Mr. Donald Praser, Mr. R. 
Matthews, Miss Iris Vye, Mr. J. 
Akerman, Mlae Oladyi BorradaUe. 
Messrs. Pred and Ray Morris. Misses 
Dorothy and Nancy Elliot. Mtes 
Nellie Wood. Mr. D, Goodman, Mr 
J. Howe. Mr. L. Nlcholl, Mr. L 
Mouat, and several othera. 

Mr. Ronald Matthews has re- i 
turned home after spendaij several 
days at Barn.'-bmv. wh-^re he wa-, 
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. N. W 
Wllaon. 

• • ' • 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tolson re- 
turned to Victoria on Monday, after 



Qualicum B^ach 

lor on Ganges Hill, left last week to j famlf/*im"^o aSdaftofvimtiSS 
take UP their residence In Mr I yer to attend thenSkl^ ol SSr 

eldest son. Mr. Louia O. Biyndman. 
to Mlae Leolaa McDonald, of Loe 
Angelae. who will qiend their 
honeymoon at Quattcum Beach. 

Captahi and Mn. Harold Money, 
of New York, are coming to Colonel 
Playfah-'s house on the beaoh. to 
epend a few weeks. 

^ • • • 
The pfli s es Christina and Mari- 
anne Dobbbi left on Monday for 
Vancouver. 

— % 

The gladiolus te%^ held by the 
ladles' aid ef thd Oiurch of Our 
l4»d yeeterday. wm a great success 
•nie Oridge MemorUl Hall, where 
the affair took place, was gay with 
the brilliant floral swords of color, 
and many gue.sts attended and gave 
such generous patronage that every 
bloom was sold before the aftemeen 
was over. 

Mn. Murray, the pragMsnt, re- 
ceived the gueets; Mrs. ^Mmndley 
and Mrs. F. Shandley wen In charge 

of the flower.<;, an abundance of 
which had b?en presented by C 8 
McTavl.sh. Mrs. S. O Luplon and 
Mrs a A Turner had supervision 
of the home-cooking stall; and tea 
was In the capable hands of Jirs. W 
G Monaghan. Mn. B. Heddle and 
Mrs. D. c. Hugbea. assisted by the 
Miseee Hunt, Bgpar. Creech. Target, 
Margant Bughee and Masters r 
Heddle and H. Reynolds. Mrs u .s 
Tlmberlake became the possessor of 
a box of notepaper as the result of 
v'lnnlnK a guessing competition. 
Miss A. Pawrett sold the tea tickets. 



Sept. 19.— The United 
tari^ team, competing 
BnlMi playen in an Inter- 
nattaoal contest, led by Ajm points 
toolilii when the day^ play ended, 
and that despite the fact that Bng- 
land gained 1,000 points in the final 
hand. *he fifty-sixth. 

Play win be resumed Thur.sday 
r ftern<xin. 

When the first day's play ended 
the Americans had a lead ef 109 
points. 



H. M. OIGGON 

NEW GOVERNOR 

OF DISTRICT 



MI.SS Dorothy Elliot and Miss N. 
Wood, of Victoria, have returned 
home after a week's visit to Ganges, 
where they were the guceta ef M>e t 
Elliot's parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. 
Elliot. 



nwAr) iir Boy il hk 



DO you know that three out of every 
four people listed in "Who's Who" 
are i: i rsity graduates— that In almost 

ev. r^ l! : f rnlho, -trained men are 
till ( la iion hare of success? 



Chemainus 

A most enjoyable tea was held at 
the home of Mn. J. Russell Robin- 
son lest week by memben of the 
Porter Chapter, LOiyM. The house 
was beautlfuUy decorated with 
quantitiee of Autumn flowers, and a 
most delicious tea was served. Tea 
was poured by Mrs. L. G Hill, as- 
sisted by Mrs Robinson. Mrs. H E 
Knight and Mrs A. Porter A case 
of greenRaRes, donated by Mrs 
Wynne, to be raffled, was won by 
Mrs. F Reed 'Ihe total proceeds 
for the afternoon amounted to 
$17.30. Among thos- present were 
Mrs. Robinson, Mrs. F. Reed. Mn. 
Goldsmith. Hifrs. Clement^ Mrs. A. 
Work, Mrs. A. Porter, Mn. BngUsh. 
Mrs. Wynne. Mrs. H. B. Bnlght. Mrs 
Phillips. Mrs. R. Jarrett. Mr.s 
Mather, Mrs. Toynbee. Mrs Laid law. 
Mrs. Bonde. Mrs. John.stone. Mrs. 
Rofoathan, Mrs. Bras-sQeld, Mrs F. 
Clarke. Mn, Hill. Mrs. E M. Cook. 
Mrs. J, Cook. Mrs. Southln, Mrs. 
Pfrry. Mrs. Smiley. Mrs. Morgan, 
Mrs. Stevenson, Mrs. WylUe. Mrs. 
stubbs and Miss B. White. 
* • • • 
Mr. and Mrs. Scholefleld and their 
daughter. Doreen, were recent vlsl> 
ton to Albeml. 

• • • 

Mrs. George Reed, of Vancouver, 
has been visiting In Chemainns, the 
fuert of Mr. and Mes> J. Russel 
Robinson. Mrs. Heed mtsr left for 
Nanaimo. where she wU te the 
guest of Mr. and Mn. LouU 
Robinson. 

• • • 

Mr. and Mrs. Appleton, of Van- 
couver have been visiting In Crof- 
ton. rthere they were the guests of 
Mrs. Appleton s parents, Mr. 

Mrs c. W Dunne. 



Weddin$» 



cap- 



You have doubiic!*s planned to give your boy or 
girl the priceless advantage of a university edu- 
cation—but is your plan proof aftaJnst death and 
unexpected loss of income? If not, decide NOW 
to take out a Great- Watt Idacational Pbllcy^ 

CWcy that assures incrca«^d caminjtiH, greattr 
ppUMss, and ultimate success for yoiu child. 

*IHB GREAT-WEST 

--5^ •nd moat eronomlral mentis . > . .ring a 

^weSMul car^ for your son ..r danfthicr. Kxamplei 
■"gJJ^POeit a certain sum eat h yc-ir with the Company. 

cornea, the money U available for a com- 
12«J«nmrrtty courae. If. meanwhile. vo„ die or b«.com* 
■WMnjiae defined In the policy, the (. mpany will p.y 
r!:-^,'" ".'"'"tt fw^emiumii. If your child dies ba/orc 
SiSIIS'i «n«ney will be returned to you with 5% 
CMponnd Interest .Should he die after iMa olevaa.the 
fan amount of the policy -plus aubat — 
** fo you aa ordinary wewn^Bew 



FrotecdoiD 
with Profit 

Great-West l.lfe nurplus 
eamlnga have always 
been unusually lar§^— 
with the result that 
policy - holdcra have 
consistently enjoyed 
ieneroueproite. These 
proSte, left with the 
Company, earn intrrent 
guaranteed never to be 
leee than tH per cent. 

ActuallytheGreat-W, , t 
Ufe to paying iyi per 
esnt. 



Mr. and Mrs. F. Solly and family 
>re holidaying at QuaUeum Bssrh 
' • • » 

Miss Pollock. Miss Newton and 
Misa Pat Newton have returned to 
their home at Crofton after spend- 
ing several weeks in Victoria. 

• • • 

Mrs Taylor has returned to Vic- 
toria after spending the week-end 
with her mother, Mrss. Bateman. 

• « • 

I Miss IWL«pper has returned from 
a vassHen in victoria. 



MILLIGAN— CLABK 
NANAIMO, Sept. le.— Hie tempo- 
rary Freribsrterfan Church was the 
scene ef a very pretty wedding on 
Monday, when the Rev. John Mc- 
Turk united in marriage Annie 
Mary, second daughter of Mr and 
Mrs. Jameji Clark, to Mr. William 
Mllllgan. third son of Mr. and Mrs 
James Campbell MUllgan. The 
bridesmaid was Misa Agnee Alex- 
ander, while the groom w»s sup- 
ported by his brother, Mr. Bob Mll- 
llgan. The honeymoon will be spent 
in Vaneouver, and on their return 
Mr. and Mn. BCllllgan wUl reside on 
the rive Aeree. 



ARTJST WILL SING TO 

AID RELIEF FUND 



Obituary 



0:' 



UI 



J' C. Wilson, Manager 
Victoria. B.C. 



i Mrs Rowbottom, accompanied by 
her daughter. Miss Nellie Row- 
bottom, have retaiosd tnm m vlelt 
I to Vancouver. 
I • . . 

Mr, and. Mrs, o. Lepper are vtslt- 
, tnt Meads in Vaneouvsr. 
1 • • • 

I Mr. and Mrs. Ferguson have re- 
' turned t^ their home in Vancouver 
I after spending a holiday in Che- 
I mainus, the guSeta of their soa-hi- 
Uw and daufhtsr, Mr. and Mrs. 
O. K. Dwyer. 

• • • 

I Mr. and Mrs. B. Howard m>ent 
the week-end with Mrs. .Boward s 
parenu, Mr. and Mrs. Howe. - 

• • • 

Mr, and MM. Lesnnont have re- 
turned fMm a vaeatlon spent m 
Vancouver. 

Mrs. oraee ftead has rstumfd te 
her honw la GbsmalBas, after a 
visit of several weeks in Vletarla. 

• • • 

Mrs. N. B. Scott and Miss Haael 
Oatteart an vtslttng m Port 
Albeml as guesU of Miss Cathcatt^ 
feretber-in-law and sister, Mr 
MIS. F. Sawyer. 



The funeral of the late George 
A. B. Jackson was held in Ucluelet 
on Sunday afternoon The remains 
were conveyed from Port Albeml to 
Ucluelet on the United Churrti 
Mission boat, the Mclvll Swartout. 
After the service, which was held in 
the Community Hall, where a large 
number of friends gathered te pay 
the last tribute to a West Coast 
pioneer, the burial took place hi the 
Ucluelet Cemetery, Rev. J. Dewer, of 
Bamfleld. oOciatlng. The paii- 
beiren wen: d. Grant, h. J. 
miller. E. Lee, H E HUtter. T. 
Brlckson and A. E .larobs 

Mr Jackson was t-nn in rmtarlo 
and In 1883 came We.*t lo Reglna. 
In 1R96 he went to the Kootenay and 
In 1902 to Southern Alberta, later 
Uking up land which has been etaiee 
incorporated in the Waterton Lake 
Psrk. In itlS Mn JMkson eafhe to 
the Coaet and hi If IS he was one of 
the flret flsh bujren on the West 
Ooeet of the Island and did much to 
develop the fresh fish Industry. For 
the last six ve«r«; had made his 

SUMIV1I R CO-VIPl ,AJNT 
CAUSLS MANY OtAfHS 

AMONCHNPilfm 
Thoueands of mothsvi tteoaHidat 
' have used 



Contlaocd from Pi^ 1 ^ 

pared with Madams Clara Butt as 

a singer. ^ 

The sympathies of Miss Myl- 
chreest have been deeply touched 
by the plight of the poor and neeclv 
at Blakeburn, and she agreed to 
give her assistance. 

"Dynamite." th? iiictur* which is 
being shown on Thursday and Fri- 
day, is a OeMilie production, and 
includes some scenee in a coal mtaie. 
It eomes highly reoooimended. 

The eoUecttone taken at The 
Colonist for the Blakeburn needy 
fell off yesterday for the first time. 
It is expected that they will increase 
before the end of the week. The 
standing of the fund is now 
Previously acknowledged ..$2,503. 45 
Mrs. B. O. — . — . 1^ 

Elk ajQQ 

A Ftlend 14)0 

Miss M. Keyms 2M 

Miss Toung 10.00 

F. O. Aldous 9.00 

A Friend 2.00 



TotAl ...UfiM.16 



MalWt Little Helper 



Cainpbeli River 

*an Reed is spendtag s bdl- 
Iday la Taaconver. 

Miss B. Adlem ls*hMli« her vaca- 
'lon at her bone In Vldarla. 




A surprise party was held at thr 



dorlat ttM 

on the amfkel. and tbelr chad's life 
no doubt saved by its thneiy use 
Price, see a boUle at all druggist* 

r.r 'lealers p„t up rmly bv The T 




s for the 
deddlM 



Centinaed from Page 1 
favor of Tscoma. The date fbr 
next parley has not been 
bvt wm be announeed ister: ^ 
thooght, however, that the meetln| ^ 
will take plaoe in August. 

QBBAT APPmBOUnON 

A number ot reeolutions were sub- 
mitted by the resolutions committee. 
The greatest appreciation was ex- 
pres.sed for tlie hospitality afforded 
delegates in Victoria by local Kl- 
waniaos, and also to the city 
authorities, who did everything pos- 
sible to make the oonventton an 
outstanding suocsm. 

Another zcsoliitlDtt Sdggested that 
all clubs in this district should 
observe the ii: ■ n:rr\nime of Fire Pre- 
vention Week, which ha.s teen fixed 
m the United States for October 5 
to 11, and as it may now or hen- 
after bS 4xed in Canada." 

An expression of appreciation win 
be forwarded to Past International 
President Horace W McDavld for 
his many services to the i orthwest 
district. 

BANQUET UELU 

The lhuil*banquet ot the conven- 
tion was held in the ballroom at 
6:30 and was of a comparatively 
informal nature, as there were no 
addresses, apart from ofBclal an- 
n*mcemcnts of ofDcers elected. 

An excellent and varied enter- 
tainment programme wae jiresented 
by the vlslUat etubs. and eommunitv 
singing was one of the features of 
the evening. 

A most successful evening w.is 
concluded when the guests dispersed, 
to gather a few minutes later for 
the aquatic sports and dajiflng at 
the Crystal fJarden. 



The vlcf 1.1 M - ..ten: 
of the NatKin,!. ^. 
rulti're (.f ,Ar>;t ;!..< 

' ' I'.i !a . a,-.,! M„i i, 



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1 >OH, Sept It.— The Daily 
I Herald a% ys Ullaln has decided to 
"^ XX^Wl e e the new Argentine Oov- 
emment inuA'?dlately, and the necee- 
^|^jU|6tlons have been sent to 
Aires.' ••fcsssadflr at Wtmrn 

Chronic BronchKIs 

U quickly mod safely Sells ljJ kn 
I T*mpl«ton'a i ii nd siM RAZ-MAH. 



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'•"um.u,-.i by Slgnors Mr. H. l^wmoer, Zurich, Ont ...t 
-ie luio ituttal, snd|^_^ ; „, f^^^^ 

arger delegation that attmided .i^—^;;-- ^^--''^- ' ■ 



sigiiui .skuuLwro. Canadian trade MAH ihathebouchta s 
iielegate of ArgentWa. part ef a •.. a{la^«ZK^?a,:nu 



i sn-Amsrtoan tnde ocnventkm at 
'^^ g MWeto. en expected from 
Seattle tWay, but only two asianbers 
of the party wfll be ablf to make 

the trip. 

TTINBRAKT ALTBRBD 

The Argentine party was to have 
been entdrtauied at luncheon by the { 



ley tj 
RAZ MAII w|„ 
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ill !1 !. w ,1« „ 
yr:<i , ,r mi » i i !■, 
Kl \ 1 1 in nL« I w . ri 
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Trade In Year Old Watch aa Part Payment on e New Oat at 

MITCHELL & DUNCAN, LTD. 

V il N M K N 1 AND V ! l' W S I K K K ! ■> 





STEAM " 
SHIP5, 

FALL SCHEDULE 

Beery M e ad a j ' 

S.S/'PHAce Georfs** 

•caves Vancouver ai " p.m. for 
Priaee Rnpert, Aoyoa and Stewart. 
ejiBliig aiKweM^Uhn* and Oeean 

Fi>#r>- Thttrtilay 

S.S. 'Trince Rupert" 

leaves Vancouver at M p.m. for 
Prince Rupert, Stewart nnd 
Ketchikan (AlaaUa) T|a Powell 
River and Oceaa Palla. 

Savulsr M'tlaci fram Frisr* Rup»rt to 
SkMana and Naaa lli.vr pocta: alaa to Navds 
•ol SMIk QuMfi Cbarlolla lalan<!* 
TwaUm r aeaii l laoa at rr;iM* Umprnf far 
eoioM aaa*. Safly Mtap t SooSaf 1 p.m. 

Tri-Citv Service . 



laavM Vletar:* dtllr SM •.m., irrlvta 
Vuiaaaver pni Irtrat Vanravvar 

t a.ai., arrlvaa VicUria .1 ('> p ra l-arri 
arrlTri Staitl' lr to vm.i 
I a.n.. arrlvn vicurla 




VIcUria 7 a.l 

lo 

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Far iBfaraiatlan. Call ar WrUt: 
Cnsa. F. SaaUE. DUtrlrt raMratar Satal 
etl BaWfOMial aitaat. VUtarla. B.r. 
rkaaa UM 



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You demand the best for. your office or social 
rcritiircnirnt^ \<>u like fine Printinj^— every- 
body dor <, 't'Uc sure way of j^etting satisfaction 
is to leave your next order with 

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Furniture Removal Vans 



the removal ei 



eg wa. Pollard recently, en the MUtoum Ca. Umitdd. Toronto, ^t. it qatte bothersome, bus it 
mmtm MrtMay. UiiU Mb* IMili MMr ai aa. eMi 



It r«*mn that there is more than 
one way to wa*h Alriv^t. Rome And 
it qatte botherMme, bus it doesat 
alall.eMiitt 



t!r)Utf hold jj ti is ' . .» 

Oar vans art beavilv padded throuflioai: indhridoal far^Mre'c^en 
rotcction and kieare aaaiaei any niiMiliii ^ 



rnpartments for el 



giv# added pre 
scretcbee er lakbint. Telephone 
dowr; yea are not obBgatad. 



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THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA. B.C. \VK DNKSDAV. bKi'TEMDER 17. 1930 



41 



Social and Personal 



SPECIALS 

A ttki- month tpecUl adUnt 
df snart pttmpl» ttrapt 
tod ties .... values 



Personals, Parti$$' 

Visitors 



Use of CosmHict 



■arrtucr 

ThP iiui.' 1 

Uie laie Mt 



AiiiiouiM rd 



iniiouticed 

• (iauiihU-i ot 

J Holler ajid 



ICl^ Portri vt Ma .suiwrioi Street 

yoMtMt manStUt. had Mn. Hugh 

Pr^'iiti.f "Olenfoot.'' AlMandrta 

St ot lain) Thv c^retnony, which wan 

, <Ttoi :ii< .! ir, !;u- K' ■ H P. « 

{'■'•'k i)U< <■ iiufilv at noon 

leri»n Clmrch. Later. Mi. wid Mis-j 
Pratttiee left on s iumgfamD inp 

to New York ^ 

Mr. And Mrs. w. T. L. Way. of 
TUvtaln, China, wte raoently ai - 
rtTMl froaa ftafluid antf are mmi 
li« tlwlr dM^lar mb-Ui-)»w 
Dr.'aad Mr*. Oordon K- 

"Lwigdale. • Cvdlgafi ^ 

lands, will leave on rlltty 
Vuiici^vcr to join the 
motorahip Hive Maru, en rOWt foi 
In the OrlM|t, ' 



'or 



L<i^^•e^ for I 

Mr KaiUi'">'i McCleary. who has 

-pent tlie pa.sl fortnight with his 

pnrent«. Mr. and Mrs Henry Mc- ,r«i«». but t»i«> don t 

Cleary, left VMlerdav for CcK-hrcne, how to ceHnctic. p i »»wrlr. Myi 

Ontario to Tlslt his brother, Rev. uuim o«b«u. «•«»» 




Walt*T 



MeCleuTf 



TOttU *o To-, 



VtoUhie Taronte. Tktir 



Will lU \i llomr" 

I)r and V Willi. mi RusspH, 
2642 FernvkCHxl Iload. will be "at 
iKMiie" on Fr:da\ pveninR. the »i>- 
BlV^sary of their wfddtng. which 
placfc tn thl.s ' ity at Calvary 
dhurch on September 



IMS McKenzle Street, have left for 
Ontario, where they will spend a 
few ' iMlinK relatives. 




aaj Betel 
O. B;^r|patflck has arrived 
hsr ton, whom 
■baitaiSAD Lake 
are tIftilaK at ttie 
Bar Hotel. 

If or bataria 

•od Mn. W. T. UeCHtktan. 



'Rent Your Home and 
' Ek:onomize at th« , 




I'nvatc sintes, bedroom, sittins;- 
rooiii and hatfiroom, with three 
meaU at a very special Winter 
monthly rate. 



Hear 

Dr. Clem Da vies 

On the PASSION PLAY at 
OBBRiSIUiEKOAU 

First United Church 

TUESDAY, S£Pi. 
•8 P.M. 
Admisaion 25e 



Leaves loi Kilinburich 
Mr. A. N Hetd ha.s U ft for Edln- 
iv.lbutih. where he fha continue his 
fstufiM iB MdMte at »|teburKh 
lunlvenltsp. 

• • • 
At Oak Bay Betal 

ilr. and Bin. A. Brotm. of Ron. 
lulu, who recently arrived In Van- 
couver on the R.M.8. Aoran^l, are 
gueste at the Oak Bay HotoL 
. • • 

To Leave for EnRland 

Mr. and Mr.s. C. B Mu;,^ravr, of 
Quallcum, are .spendinu' a week at 
the Oak Bay Hotel before leaving 
for Bntland. 

• • « 

BetavBlnc 

Mr. and'-Un. Rickard. who have 
been Kuests at the Oak Bay Hotel 
for some tUne, wUl letve on Friday 
, for California. 

Lravr for New York 

Aft rr .«;pondln« ii holiday at the 
I Ohk H.iy Hotel, Mr. and Mrs. C 
[Bard loft yoAtorday fOT tbelr bome 

II' New York. ^ . . 

• * * > 

Krturn Home 

I Mr and Mrs. A S. Chri.slie have 
rf'iiriied to their home on Richard- 
M I. .Street, after spending several 

n.oiitti-s abroad. 



Kilvanians 
Enjoy Trip 
To Garden 



Deiegatci to the Kiwauut con 
veirtlea ««• «atlwi<>rt1it Ib tiieir 

apt)r«'flH'ion of tlif tieut affntilrd 
them ye&tcrdav ;« itci i .oon when 
through the kn.dii' >.s of Mr and 
Mrs. R. P. Butcbart. they visiie<t 
the faoKMis suoken nrden ai * B'-n 
venuto" In Oje ibaeaee pi Mr. 
iiiHi Mrs Bntchaft. the vlfeitflks were 
^rffted \>\ Mr and ^rs. Donald 
McAtitf ii!ni shown around the 

beantlii;! khuIih' ■ Iiiirini,' Die 
iif t<Tii<><'i 1 hiMi'---' K\<' loii! Kcl- 

w ,\\ ciiriiit \)n- f ! '(iiMils fiy all 
plaue, dropyiny Caaiuliao ami 
AmertoBB flaga to tiM guaiM Mb* 

"OTAHMNS .AS.VIST 

Thi'>iiL;ii I In- kliiii.if.v'- 111 !..-■ 1.. 

tary riut- '.>ri\-two rn- .<i it- 
placed at the dusposal ot tm 
wanlans, and transportatio: i 
rangemeati wore In the hands of 
wyium Ltmey. 

A dclik-htfiil tiMtiire of the after- 
noon wah tlw uiKiiig by the Seat- 
tle Quartette, Tlie hingers won 
great popularity during the conven- 
tion. The visitors returned to 
town In time for the banquet »t the 
Bni p re M Hotel, and lata- repaired 
to tho Crystal Garden, when the 
aoquatlc sports were followed by 
dancing In the north and south 
ballrooms. 

I.ADIE8' LUNCHEON 
At the MlesMuncheon which was 
held at empress Hotel yeeter- 
day. Chairlee P. Wa&er. governor of 
the Pacific Nortliweit dUtrlet of 
wanl.s. In an able address with 
Fpiritiial keynote touched upon 
of the great pdadpta ol Kl- 

The musical part of the pro- 
gramme included a clever Iniper- 
ronatlon of Maurice Chevalier and 
Pennie Brlce. by little I 'las Oloria 
Oelter. of Tieoma; two songe, "My 
Hero." from "The Chocolate Sol- 
dier." and "Thoughts Have Wings," 
by Mrs. Arthur Dowell, wit i Mrs. 
C. C. Warn at the piano, and num- 
bers by the Seattle Quartette, led 
by .1. Emerson. 

Mrs. N. C. Jones, of Portland. 
Oregon, was the able chairman, and 
with her at tiie head table were C. 
F. WallBer, Mrs. Raymond M. Crosn- 
man, T. H. Oowmaa, Mrs. C. F. 
Walker. Mrs. A H. Syv ereOn. Mm. 
K. Fiprguson, Mrs. C. F. Rlddell, 
Mi;^' Miss Dlggon, Mn. F. M. 

Bond. Mrs W. J. Costello, Mra E. 
F Hitrhner, Mrs. E. A. Nott. Mrs. 
E. H. M. Foot. Mrs. G H Sleven-s. 
Mrs. H. Beach. Mrs. H. H. Hare, 
Mts. H. A. Stewart, Mrs. P. Mc- 
Gregor, Mrs. C. E. Watklns. Mrs. D. 
a McAdle. Mrs. B. Step^ienaon and 



r 



James Bay Hotel 

aoTornmrnt Str.rt (T»c, ni.., k. South 
o( tk. rarllomrnt Bailtflnia) 

Jnr IIr»l(l»nt 



V'r» Mofl'r*''- Hal' 



■ *«rf Coalort Bn4 EsccUenI CaUIn* 



Glenshiel Hotel 

Vkterk B.C. 

Spenil tlir Winter in Comfort 
Reduced Kates for Resident Guests 



Back Frees Ftaaerty Bay 

Major and Mrs. H. C. Holmes and 
family have returned from Flnnerty 
Bay to their home on Jfewport 
Avenpe. . 

* • • 

ViaiUng Here 

I Mivi Ena Talt, of Edmonton, who 
I reuently returned from n trip to 
I Australia, is the gue.si of Mrs. W. L. 
jOajr, XJnd«l Avenue. 
I ... 
I Here From Vaneeever 
I Mrs. M. A. Bfana, of Vanoouver 
I U the guest of Captain and Mrs 
oould. Blmooe Street. 

• • • 

Herp From Raint John 
I Mr. aiul Mrs. W. C. Brown, of 
I Saint John. N.B.. are registered at 
the .Tames Rav Hotel. 

. • 
Fn.ni Port Haney 

Mr lUid Mrs. J. A. Carr. of Port 
Haney, are guests at the James Bay 
Hotel. 




Mrs J. A Btiehannan. 

Asks for Air 

Mail Sen ice 

e 

ForNanaimo 



and Miss 
at vthe 



Why Not Buy Your 

FURS from m 
nmiMERT 

We Are the OI<i< >.t 
Kurners in Victoria 
Making Fur<t for Oter 
.15 Years 

Tl, ,. <■ Mfalt-: for Tfvrir 

FOSTER'S 

FUR STORE 
UM OewrBMMil Sk rk«M ISVT 



Vancouver VIeUerit 

Mrs. F. T. Handford 
Col la Handford are 
Jyn.es Bav HoteL 

• :^ 

To .Shanghai 

Mrs. Dabelsteln will leave on Fri- 
day for Shanghai after a visit at 
the Oak Bay HoteL 

. . • 
At the Angela 

Mrs. David Doig ha» taken up 
residence at the Anf(da for the 
Winter. 



CMtIa 




St. Mary's Cubs 

During the Suouaer eeveral Cubs 

of St. Mary's North succeeded in 
passing testes Park meetings were 
held during July and took the form 
of outlngt; A happy afternoon was 
spent at Akela Duncan's Summer 
home at the OfrrRC inlet. The Cubs 
enjoyed boating, swimming anil 
treasure hunt. Sixer Fred tiomill 
passed his artl.st badge, and .second 
Phillip Ballam earned hl.s m i i ml 
proficiency Ktar, and was promote'l 
sixer of the Brown Wohree. Recruit 
Theodore Malllnecn paseed his ten- 
derpad teet and «ae eoretted as a 
member of the peek. Tenderpad 
Victor Mmdoeb compWIed hie tint 
star tests, and wek glren promotion 
ea feoond vt the Timber Wolves. 



This Season's UaU 



Couple Wilt\ 
Make Home\ 
At Ucluelef 



VCLWBLrr, Sept. ie.r-<amrmh\g 
in every detail waa the wedding 
which took plaee laet we* at the 
uciueiet Coeamenltv Hall, whan, I ■ 
amid a profoetan of early Jotnmnl^ 
flowers. Rev. Mr..'Iiel|hton united in 
marriage Kathleen Mary, young i ' 
rtauKliti r i t M; and Ml- W U 
Karn. L^t liieii-i .mil Mi ArMiui Ji>;iii 
Hand, ^■ldr.^t snn ct Mrs a H,iiii1 
of Polt H>-ii!rew .tiid cf th'. la' 
Mr I Haiid 

CUAIiAUNO ^KlUK 

Qieen In raar^;lage by her lather, 
the brMa was lovely in her wedding 

Kown of white crepe de Chine, hand 

1 ernbroidiM-rd ;ii i k .iiul 't.ii..- ! 
1 tlie low wal--!hin 'lai'-d -ki!' and 
■ cai-H- riillai Hi : .T'. 1 .! i' i.al VOll 
'i wa.s 111 id 111 I ,.1. I I. . ,1 ii.iiid of 
'iiaiifi 111" . < ■ 1-:' ' iiiK her 

1-1 \ toiieite Ma:> hci bouquet of 

(>ink roeebuda. white heather and 

fei II. 

Aeilsting the bride were Mrs Jack 
ThompBon. Bister of the bride, as 
matran-of •honor, and Miee*wieen 
Ttoeipeo a . as bridesmaid, . each 
wearing charming frocks of poudre 
blue taehlooed with fuU skirts and 
cape collars. They wore picture 
hats to tone and carried large 
sheaves of peach gladioli. 

Margaret Fraser and Kitty Hll- 
ller made dainty flower girls In 
peach dresses and rosebuds In tlieir 
hair, rarrytntr ba.sk e Is ^ of blue and 
white lliiweis 

The groom was supported by his 
brother, Mr. Kenneth Baird. 

The groom's gifts to the attend- 
ants were ^id brooelMe, yearl naek- 
laoee and cuff Unka. 

RECEPTION HELD 
Following the ceremony a recep- 
tion was held at the home of the 
bride's parents, where more than 
seventy guests were received by Mrs. 
Karn, who was dre.ssed in a ."(liver 
grey model frock and a smart black 
hat, and Mrs. A. Balrd, mother of 
the groom, who was tastefully 
gowned in black with hat to match. 

Mrs. W. Thornton and Mra W. 
HiUler. sisters of the bride. aMlsted 
at the tea table, whkh waa oentred 
witt^a three-tier cake. tiM rooms 
were lovely with Auttunn^ Mooms 

and fern 

The w.'ddini; maroll Was played 
by Mr.s J Fra.se r at thtf piano and 
Mr. George ?''ra.sei . \ lolin. 

The couple left by launch for 
Port Albernl en route to Vancouver, 
where the honeymoon will be spent, 
the bride traveling in a blue and 
grey ensemble and carried a smart 
handbag, the gift of the grtxim 
Upon their return they will make 
tlMr hoaae In Ueluelet. 



POKMERLY Tu fift.VO 

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A .Mf edection 
Madela for Fall, 
•haw yoM theai? 



of chic 
May we 



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cspits affMlivv laeooit of IMS 
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Velvet BiIoBt Becoming and Fashionable of Millinery 
Material»— Felts Are Worn for Sports and Country 





Town Clothes Will Be More Formal 



NANAIMO. Sept. 16.— At the 
openlnc meetiiag Qt the season held 
in the tfglon HaU yestesday after- 
noon, the Nanaimo Local Ooundl 

of women adopted the following 
re.solutlon: "Thiit a request be made 
to the Postma.">t,er-Ocneral at Ot- 
tawa that Nanalmo be included In 
an air mall service when a .system 
for Vancouver and Victoria and 
other ^^estem points k Slinf eon- 

SKMieU. 4 

i Hie meeting endorsed the action 

of the exerutive in naming the ex- 
ecutive committee hoste.«eR of the 
banquet to be held Tliur.sday eve- 
ning in tlie Hotel Mala.splna. in 
honor of the Provincial Council of 
Women. * which convenes here 
Thtir.sday afternoon, and its dele- 
gates from other local councils. 
Jean Patterson Chester, formerly of 
Nanalmo, but now of New York, 
has oorjenfed to sing at the ban- 
quet. ' Mrs. Foster, convener, re- 
ported having sicured Interesting 
favors for earh guest Mrs. Brad- 
ford outlined the platts of the 
flower committee Mrs Madge 
Orav, Mrs. A. Plalr and Mrs. Jack 
Weeks were added to the tMlNl 
committee. 

Affiliation fees were received 
from Parksville Institute. 

Mrs. Reynoide reported on action 
taken by the Local Council of 
Women in agitating for an air mail 
system, and .spoke of the wonderful 
support given to the test air mall 
service last Saturday by P Gow- 
man, president of the Board of 
Trade. W. W. R. Mitchell, of th" 
transportation committee of the 
Board or Trade, and otehr eitlaens 
who ctN>perated. 

Receivet Certificate 

Jubilee .Sylvia Gowen, mature 
Holateln. bred and owned by the 
Violette Oowan Estate, North Bend, 
B.C.. hae Juet been granted. a cer- 
tificate In the Reeofd at Perform- 
ance for production totaling It JtK 
pounds of milk containing S43.6 
pounds of butter, giving her an av- 
erage test of 3fil per cent fat. This 
OOW produced in one month as high 
as 2,307 jiounds of milk containing 
•S.6 pounds of fat 



Women should be grateful that i 
velvet Is to be the meet faehlenahle ' 

fabric lor Autump and Winter hat, , 
for there is no material kinder or 
more becoming to old or young, says 
an article m The Times (London). 
It is so soft and drapes .so well that 
it can be moulded to suit everyone, 
and Its silvery sheen in certain 
lightj robs it of the hardness eonie- 
tlmes given by felts. 

For formal wear, brimmed hats Of 
velvet will be wurn with brims effec- 
tively draped either on the right or 
left side, exposing one profile then 
falling carelessly but gracefully at 
the sldee and badk. Bu» the nnaU 
velvet berets or boimets will surely 
be more popular because more prac- 
tical. They will be in every varlc'y 
of shape; some with .shallow clo.se- 
fittlng crowns cut back off the fore- 
head; some with set-on brims of 
finely sUtched velvet that fall 
longer on the iltfbt or left akle of 
the face and expcee the other side, 
giving the new diagonal effect; 
others fitting tlghtlv to the head, 
pulled tu'ht Dvi r the i rown. rolled 
back from the face, and gathered 
or quartered at the back rather Uke 
a baby's bonnet. 

NEW LINES 

Some of these small hats are 
made of velvet drawn tightly across 
the head and drawn into a falling 
cascade on one side, while othen 
are decorated with cockades or ros- 
ettes of cut velvet or velvet ribbon. 
Mfti# of them have the new double 
br.in. whuh effect is obtamed by 
turning back the brim, extending It 
at the sides, and then rolling It 
again all round. Moet of the bats 
have up-ln-front tolins and eoniie 
down well over the neck at thg back, 
while there ts always a long line at 
the sides 

INDIVIDUALIT* 

In Paris every hat ot any distinc- 
tion is modelled on the head, and 
the new fashion of length on one 
or echer akle "' < <d is ex- 

trtaiely helpful n n > [lerson ha.«- 
two profile.s alike one .'ide of the 
face being always more perfect than 
the other. Tlie lea.st perfect can 
now be hidden while the other side 



of the face is exposed. A Parisian 
nlUtoer aiakee a aanfiS eMdy of 

every customer's flice before she 

cuts her material, and many Lon- 
don miUlnen now do likewise. The 
new and vartous draped effects give 
great scope to the hat artist, and 
every woman should be aUe to find 
a style to suit her featurea this 



Fairfii^ld Cubs Mcci 

The meetings of Fairfield Pack re- 
opened en September 6, and eveify 
Cub renewed his promise, after the 

grand howl. In the star work, the 
following tests have been pasMd: 



To Present Diplomas 



.•^kipping ' ' Chapman, Douglas 

Warner- i n .(?. George Raalam, ^ ^ . 

Dick Wats..,; Douglas Warner; hy- The Maisaret Jenkins Schori wlL 
giene Fnuik Hainsford, Oliver Chap- hold tta annual oonunencemrnt day 
man fiie-iighting. Kenneth Crook- exercises in the MbS^Stnlterium 
ston John McLef)d, physical exer- on Friday, at 2 pjn. TMgraduatl^ 
rises all the Cubs working for sec- Class will be addressed by Rev. C. T. 
ond .st«r The (fames played were Scott, and an interesting programme 
"Whi.stle Aii p m! ChuIi.'- "Whirl- will be presented including dlatrlbu- 
ing Wheels ai i i i - f Knot Relay"; I tlon of prizes and diplomas. Parenti 
the Brown si\ ir.ak ; t- II I' iiiKheatland all Interested in the work of th» 
points. Baloo read li.nii the fifth sehooi nr.- . d ally mvlted to attend. 
Mte in the Wolf Cub.s' iiandi.noK 

and reminded the pack of thtlr spe- aoukt uoidei "is It 
elal pack good turn. Before the drives you from town 
final jraitfhof«la9aaattiisehapterl Weary 
of Daaijr% Faek was nodi 



I arrest " 



WiUle: 



unrest that 
to t own 
"No, ma'am, it's 




Prayer Union 



FASliiON SiiUl' 




1^ ir# Ar^ Permanent War^ SpeHnthtn i 

1 NEW METHOD 
J PimVIANENT WAVE 



The SeplemlMr meeting of the 
Prayer Union f- : the Salvation of 
Israel will he iirid on Friday evening 
at 8. o'clock. In the YWCA, wh-i 
the speaker will be Dr. R. M Steven- 
son. A ^pedal tafvltatioa U extend- 
ed t*an «i36e ^ ' - - 



SMABTB8T FELTS 

For the country, fur felts and 
feather-weM(M Xelts wtu be worn, 
generally with a trimming of two 

combined tones— a brown felt will 
have an orange and brown trim- 
ming, a black felt may be orna- 
mented with flesh pink and white 
Most of the models are soft and 
draped. Berets of Jersey materlal-s 
often in tweed effects, with SMt^- 
Ing scarves, will be everywhere, and 
hand-knitted or crocheted berets 
and .scarves of chenille or wool. 

In Oermany and Vienna the 
basque beret either of felt or hand 
knitted, with a matetilnt scarf and 
butterfly fastener, is having a lan^r 

sale. It is picturesque and easy to 
wear. The new form of It generally 
has a pulled-in back. 

The new eeaion hats will not b' 
much ir l imne d ; aoaw ef the Pari 
models are . adorned with quui? 
hand-painted — sdhnetimes with In 

descent paint — or of leather pat- 
terned with applied tiny feathers 
Rosettes and cockades of velvet or 
grosgraln ribbon will be used, but 
for the most part the model nUtt 
upon its draping and cut. 



Farewell Party 

Ahmit twenty members and friends 
of Pairneld Choir paid a surprise 
visit on Monday to the heme of 
Mr. and Mil. A. B. JotM to bid 
them tarewail on the eve of their 
departure fifwn Victoria. During the 
evening Major Watts (In the absence 
of Mrs W C Warren, choir presi- 
dent i. read an address ^rom the 
choir, regret lini^ the necessity of 
their departure Mrs Hugh Nixon 
voiced her regrets and wished fhern 
ood-speed. Miss Olive Campbell 
and Kfajor Watts played two duets. 
Various games were enjoyed. 




Coultlu'l liold a job 

p • . was ^'B. O, " the reason? 



MUlHtR'6 AMOELS 



mrnt» 




Corner Fort and DouglM Kfaagt Blog. 



E 




LE W I.S— MAC DO W ALL 
The engagement is announced of 
Eleanor Agnes Maude, eldest daugh- 
t«- of the late Mr. and Mrs Day H 
Maodowall. ef Patrlela Bay. to M^. 
John Douglae Lewk. elder son of the 
late Mr. A. D. Lewis, and of Mrs. 
Lewis. Creeoent Road. VIcteela. The 
I wpddlng Mill take place quietly at 
I All SainU' Chureh. Patricia Bay. on 
I Saturday, at 4 o'clock. 

T' .s an interesting p.-irado» iliat 
I of twin rebbtts one may exwl up 



WILLIE WILLIS 




"Tliat new kid Is yciiow. Me 



him to come out i 
be wouldn't do it" 



LITTLE 



SJER 



sisj: 




la havlnc a Mrf day party 
and muwer mn I taat §» 'less 
rm invi ^. -« I del la Bany aa' 
see Paul's naveir 'feM II fW* 
away." 



T 



l! The president's 
serretnry suspected why. So did 
Others ui the office. But no one wanted 
to tell bim. It WM too pctMMl a mttlar. 

Waa '3.0." the reaaon— 6oily diMvf 

Judge by the fart.s. When he disrovrred 
hia fault at last — and how to correct it — 
nock" chaaged. Today he's a valued 

jnnii'r '-xcf lit i\ e - aH\ an' in)^ fast. He 

knows the ea^r way to keep p^piration 
odourieea. 

• ♦ •' 

Kvcn fhoiiph ynu fed that you couldn't 
ba guilty of "ti.O.," this IS too important 
a natter to take duuMsea with. Seraflm- 
ber thia. We all perspire. Pores give off 
a quart of odour<auainf wagia «v«a m 
«ool dajs, seidBoa aaya. 

Trw w« don't notiet'lt m om nt hm 

to au ever-preeent odour. But it ( .iu be 



" mnoying to others ^Tiy risk 
olTrnding? It's eo eagy to be «^e. Juat 
jrash inH hathe with Lifebuoy, 

"Mufti refreshing soap I ever uaadr 
Bay milliona of delighteii uaara. A Uh» 
htaoy bath drives away fatigue, nukea 
you fe^I gloriotuly freah and fit. And no 
worries about "B.O." For tiua creamy, 
abundant, gearching Ittkw f III j/tm >WW 
iBfli 



Tru0 eomplMtian bavuty 

T,ife' : ■ r-en*' orotigh rlmiH 

inf. frees clug^eU purcs uf imptui t iea 
bnB^ ddl. Ballow eoasfrfmone back to 

healthy. -V '-^- f-, ^ .. V 
9Xtra-tUan scent — ttiaL Naui.'thes as lou 

ram H\\$mlJUkn»f r^trifim. 
IWims liosr 




Newt 

LIFEBUOY 



SHAVING CR£AM 




Lifeb 



NBALTH SOAP 



uoy 



r 
i 



ton:^ bodLif odour* 



THE DAILY COLOXIST. VICTORIA. B.C WLUNLSDAV, SUf'TUMiiEK 17, 1960 



mmm 

F 





4 -MIX Lm* \n. 

I ) to 2 M i> 11. 
I i 10 to J p m - 

lii 



Mwtlol pi 

Kiddie hout. 



Darfiif Jane 



BAUroads ol llie United BUtes 
«rt > bl1th yl In Juoc a new hlch rec- 
ord for any monUi In tha wften 

with which frelk'ht ttatn-i were op- 
•ratad, according lo lepoi u lor that 
modth juil fUMi by Ui« cam«-« 
with th« iKireaa of railway eoen- 
omlct and mad« puMir t«day. 

Thr ii\r:at."- I freight 

trains in .Jmi. loutK-fu mile* 

an hour, which irpreseiitA the aver> 
age for aU Xretght tralnx between 
trimin«lt iMlndlnt yuti and road 
delayik no ayttMV fron what causa. 

JuM'f •tnrt tpeai was an In- 
ereaaa of one-tonth of one mile 
above the beat previous r» oni of 
13 J bUIoc. which wa.s ' a upd in 
May this v^nr It alho i^.i . an in- 
rr^itJie of .■mx truths of a mile above 
the average for Jun^ lut year. 
"•^PUBT HfGBBAM 
For the l^pt ten vo.trs Uu-ir has 
been a olMM^ Increase in ilif aver- 
age speed of trains due to the Im- 
proved methods of signalling and 
^raln operation. Improved motive 
power and better condition of 
TCulpment. aU of wtateh factors 
have hod on effMI on lodndng de- 
lays or trataw Wfvaea tonnbaU 
and Increasing tho epoid While In 
actual motion. 

In compiiiiiiif thf average daily 
movement aKourit Is taken of all 
freight ( -8 In service, Including 
cars In transit, cars in process of 
being loaded and unloaded, ears 
undergolnc or owolUng lepalrs and 
also ettiplttt oar* 0b mo tncke for 
which no lead le lomedlotely 
ovadoMe. T|io ear surplne In June 
this year woo greater than In the 
same month of 1929 by 94.9 per 
cent. 

The average load iier car in June 
this year was 26 6 tons. Including 
less than carload lot freight as well 
as carload freight. This was a de- 
crease of ane«tenth of one ton be- 
lanr the eoefoge for June, iOM, but 
an Inereoee of three-tenthe of one 
ton above that for June, 1938. 



p m 

J In « 10 p n 

i 30 to ^. p in 

lo '1 1,> !■ 11. 
1» Iv !> U p I., 

s u s ti v ai.— orsaaM. 

S r5 to M 'JG i» 111 ,I«i>Bnr»r 

» JO |i. , 1. 11. KNX . 

I U> 1 0« p uj - l'io(e4»oi Hduiau bctutiiKi 

t as le f:ae»«^-M^. Me Mrs. tMit« 

tfeU 

7 ^0 ill B p m Mil- . n' pro r wnnif 

H Uj H 111 (. Ill I I., A irt.ir. 

ti iO tu * p til Mualtal PKwraaiiiir 

• w »;»• ».m.— TtM OMto KwOTMr. 

• M t«ie p u — lu* BtlMi Duasaa 

HI ti> 1] iiiidi.iatii AtnbaMMtat Sanrc or- 
U ki 1 a.m MadkiM ZtMM'a Csf*. 

KSL. aaN Utm OHr. PUk (sauai kiSSk) 

• to p M -NBC 

^ V rii HI H f rr(»ln«ri. 

7 't'l !• W 1) . I 

7 44 -p ui Hoiiiaucr <»l 0«ni« " 

a P M.— WttUaoi P*MrM>n and orctiMlra 

8 to p ta.—rapiilar prM*DMU«D«. 

• i> H' infenuU atwUe 
»'■:>.■ M. eia«ik«r kMSa 
e 30 p m -H.B O. 
M:tO |».m.— Milt TeiQltt 

Vssabondii 

II p.m I • ' \ ■ ■ ■ . A 

KOO. 0«kl«lld. ( *l i.,,'j.,m. 7tNlll) 

<Fr«vrtininM furnUhrd by the Nallonil 
Broadcaatln* Conpsnjr ) 

a VI. Taeoaa. Walk. <»«J«> 

7 le • a tn Hr. • 1 

t to ■ 10 a in Rrrur CBS 

I to Ui t M) a ni Mm. nuan Toweri Or- 
rhealra; C.B.a. 

• 10 to lO'in p m. — IVm l^nclei; CB B. 
10 30 lo 10 45 • m Rrrordlnrf*. 

10 tn II II Ml l'ioi<ri«iiifrir frOM KOL. 

II 10 II 1} a m ' Kccordtoci 

11 II t* ti:M a.m.— OMwiAU fatoa Or- 
ehtttra; O.B.a. 

11 '0 to II noon— For Your Information; 
CDS 

12 to I p IS.— Miuleal Album. Columbia 
Salon OnasaUa «Mi soMsUi O.O.a 

1 to I It p.m.— eotaowU Mate Trio, with 

VIrtlnia Arnold, planl.^t 

I 13 to 1 45 pill Ko<rii>tf« CBS 
a to t p m.— Happ; Oo Lucky Hour. 

s to >:l» «r««kttl MPwtalnMra. 
t;l* to I'M p m.~-BM>Ul Catondmr. , 

t iO to 4 30 p m - ^ B 8 

4 10 to p m Rrcordlnsi 

3 to 1:10 p.m — Oold Madal Fa>t Frelcht 

i Sa to e ».m.— DiBMr ••ncfrt 

6 t« S:lt p.m.— Oliidle l>recramm'. 

It to II 30 p m -Studio protrammr. 

a 30 to S p m -CBS. 

> to 10 p m.— Continental procramme. 

10 to II p m.— MIka Doty a orchcjtra. 

II lo 13 mldnlabt — Barl BMrtnctt'i or- 
elMstra. 



BHOADCAST RRIEFS 
OF THE AIR 



l.ieiK Charles 14«'nler will dlrett 
the United titates Navy Band dur- 
ing Its oosMect be broadeaat pver I 
Kyi and tho OotaofMo Brgodooi 
Ing eyatem ot 1 o'eloek teoiorrowj 



ic^.i-hi ;v irif ;, violini.s', wU: pLiv 

a.H jiail of h!.-i riiiirei' iivei KVl 
and 'he (oluniiUii nftwork a! 3 
o'cjocl( Uimtvrdw aiternuou the 
"Oaprteo vmMr hQT KreWer. 



Henry Burblg'a version of "Little 
Rod lUdiiw Hood" win be featured 
on t^ iregAbauno with Nat Snisi- 
loff's oreheetra and tho liaster 

Slnsrers" Cjuartette over tuyu KVl 

aii'.l lii'- Ci'iiiiibid Th iwdcaatltiR 
network U.inori o.v ('\ei)uig ct 7 

O'clock. 



1C- 




^fow It 



to- 



\1 



m rli « r t of t. 

Othrr Pacii. 



Vietaria aaS 
Statloaa 



Two small girls were playing 
gather In the park one afternoon. 
'1 wonder what the tkno lef 

one of them at last. 

"Well, it can't be 4 o'clock yet.' 
replied the other with Rreat logic 



TO MAKl tfNMBLP SCiUtCB 

There is lituc need for extended 
explanation of the niea!it!i;? of the 
phrase "To make oi ■ ; ! scarce. " 
For, having the sense of hurried de- 
parture or obeenMng oaeeetf «uleUy, 
this eipfudOB ,l>oold eeem oo obrl- 
ous ae to have boon always, if not 
very early, a aombor of our laa* 
guage. 

Nevertheless, the cdium Is com- 
paratively modern, being in literary 
use less than a hundred yean. 

The earliest recorded ooeurrenee 
of the phrae "To make . oneself 
M»rce" appears in the book "Rock- 
wood," by Ains worth, published In^ 



The succr.'.sful man lenRtliens his 
stride when he discovers that the 



•■b''caii.'se my mother ,^aid I was tol signpost has deceived him; the fu- 
ture looks for a place to eit down. 



be liome at 4— and I'm not" 



The Dafiy Cross- VVord t^uzzie 



crcx, vMwto, ao. (i^mb) 
8 • ra — MMow SMrfceft WOMia 

130 a m.— OanUMSMS 

noon. , 
S p.m.— OlMtns market quotations. 
S:lt p.m. — Tha "Suntet Hour." 
T:ll p.m.— "What'a DotnS la Tswn": Oar- 
d»n Bulletin: waatiMr raport. ferMact 
•nd forrst. fire auntmarr: WSSIl 
torial." "Thr Effect* of 
Butlnmii WrKt Coast InformaUM OtfV- 
•,cr timi* slinal. 
1 30 p m Th rty-mlnutf protrammt. 
S p m. — Thr ' Barnatormm." 

NaV'enal Praadeaatlnt CaMPaBf 
• 31) to P 4S am prtty CrockOT OsM 

M«dal Hom« S«rvlc« talk*. 
1011 to 1 1 to a m .^ Marr nalo Ksrtla's 
■ HowaslioM Period, 
i MtW to ll:t« a.m.— Wansa't MaeasbM o( 
\ " ttiM Air. 

' 11 30 to 11 nooa— Evanint Stara. 

1} to 13 10 pm— Amrrlea't Cup raeei. 
13 10 to 12 IS pm Danrlnt Mrlodlea. 
11:13 lo 13 30 p m Mrmphia Flvr 
11:10 to 13 40 p m Amrrica • Cup rteei 
»:«• ta 1 p m — B'ua Act.*. 

I IS UU.jk|a.^6erlri ol talki 

I: It WlvR"" Brfrii and D« ROM. 
1:10 teS na-Tra Tlmrri 
S t« tils e.ai.— Whytr ( Orcheatr*. 
l:4t la S p,m.~Oraan conetrt. 
S:tO to S:4S p.m.— Phil Cook, tho Quaker 
Maa. 

t:4» t« 4 p.m.— Back of tht Ntwt In Waab- 

iMtan. 

4to4'Jap m Eaut Of Oalro. 
t tetilep.m.— Haluy. Otaart proaramma. 
t:N tefrie p Palmoltva Hour. 
•:I0 to T p.m.— Coca-Cola protramma. 

7 30 to 7:45 p.m —Amo» 'n' Andy 

8 to 1.30 p.m — Lct'i Oft Asiiorlated. 
t to t:ao p.m.— Parlalan Quintette. 
8:t«t»»p.m.— Kin Billy Boya. 
» to to 10:Mp.m.— Oamol Pleaanrt Hour. 
10 to to lo:4S«.m.— nr Priaa' Ocotty. 
10 45 to 11 p.m.^Oa»ab Krota^. vlolin- 

lat. 

II to niXamit— laashaar - Warrta Hotd 
■t. Franoit isaso aaslMSlfa. 

ciOB. vaaaaavar. B.O.'tMTJa) 

t 30 to 3:45 p.m.— MMte. 

S:«8 to »a.m. Ooa U tatd Motors Happlnesa 
pToptaamo. 

9 to 4 p.m.— ainalsat etastammo. . 
4 to «:lt rrm.-X4lsb * ««tMartsoa pro- 

aramme. 

4 i.s tn 4 30 p n ^utbard Motor* H*p- 
pinrw proiramm*. 

4:10 to 4:4S p.Bk.— Wlaaifrad t praaraOMM. 
4:«s to s p.m.— ^omlt on Bamtr are- 
eramme 

5 to •:ll pm — Duffua School protraauta. 
S 4S to 7 p m -oppenhelmer Bro*. pte- 

tramm*. 
1 to 7 It p m.-^Mlt and PaUr. 

7 15 to 7:te pja.;-Oataa Vlaw Abbor pro- 
■ramme, 

7:10 to 7:41 P m — MUtWal prOtramma. 
7:4t to S p.m.- Manila Murphy* Hoot. 

8 lo IS BJO.— Ot«d(i» proatamBM. 

OKirf^, taaaoawr. MlC <4iaim) 

4 10 to B p m -Canadian Rveready Hour 
ft (O S 15 p ro —Slogan conlfit 
% 15 lo 5 30 p m Musical procramme. 

.10 tn ( p m M'julr 
4 to 4:30 p.m. — Studio proaramme. 
•:Se to 1 P.m. Borland proaramme. 
7 to T:l> p.m.— Wlllard protramme. 
7 n to 7:10 pm - -Uncl^ Jerry. 
7 30 lo 110 p m — RiMtuem piano recital 
I 30 in 13 mldnliht -New Weitmlniter 

Studio 

13 tn I am Mar n Wedneaday M.iht 

rrollr ■■ 

Kja. Realtle. Waih. (tOO.Imi tTOk) 
M a.m. —Beauty talk. 
IS M a.m.— Sonsa you Uk« to hoar 
It a.m.— Orai 
It noon— Wi 

view 

13 30 pm Midday mualrale. 
1 p m -Tenor tnd aoprano. 
1 1ft p m — DonUl laatiita. 
a p m — Matin** In mfnIalnN. 
3 10 p m Orian 
1 P m The clff OweDern 

I 1.1 p m - The Three Olrli. 
3 45 p m — Studio procramm* 
4pm — Ortan ronrert. Iran DItmai 
1:11 pm Baron Keyef Air Taatlen 
1:10 pm Market reportu lo^i and found 
8 to p.m -Garden Ulk. Cecil Solly. 
( p m ~Hem*iowB*r*: Baaaar OaiMla. ae- 

cordlon 
7 pm. -Old aonii for new 
• pm Combo Orchmtra. Ukelele Bob 
e:tO p.m.— Harmoay Acei: Eulala Dean, 

Maaa alaatr. 
e p.W. — lf*ap«Mtan«: B • 1 1 y Anderaen. 

aoprano; Jan Ruaaell. violin, Jean Kant- 

n»r. harl'one 
10 pm. — Ken Btuart* Banihln* 

iTaflUMj t«aa mtmar*. piano. 
10 10 p m.— Wblriwtnd* Oreheetra: Bmt 

BIrda 

II p m VIr Meyert' Club Vlrtor Cnheitra 
13 midnltht -Mldnli ht Mvaltora 

KOMo. aeatiu. wa*k (Majasi Stab) 

10 a m Tuneful Twa, 
10 l» a m NBC./ 

10 30 a m NBC. 

11 30 a m - Vrx-nl 
1 1 4S a m Farm 
II noon- N B O. 

n 10 p m 'PntdasM Faanr- 

It 30 p m - H.a.C. 

II 40 p m PepoUr arehoatta. ' 

1 P m - N B C 

1 i» p m Th* Taafca Phlloaaebar. 
I 10 p m — Papalar oreh**ira. * 
1pm — Oeneort archealfa. 
7 15 pm— Dorothy chaaa aae Ifea Obafla 

pl*y*ra. 

1 to p.m —Old-time orehMtra. 
t fcm. — Papular orrhealra. 
1 to to 4 SO p m .- M B C. 
4 30 p m Tumtfal TwOk 
t 7 p m N B O. ' 
f P m Garden Patch pracranm* 
1 30 p m -J« a C 
I 45 p m -V t 

I'lartette 
« p m N B C 

IMpm- Mcrarl Concert Ra«fw 
• '•a p m N n c 

•v?f a ■ Dane* orcb**ira. 



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at watU la R«- 



ACEOSS 

Part of chureh. 
5. To rid. 
9. Cunning. 
13. Mexican peasant. 

13. Small particle. 

14. Part Of shoe. 

15. tooRiparotive Ending. 

16. To mend. 
18. Article. 
SO. Mii.siral rote. 
22. Dispatched. 
34. UniU of work. 
27. Obscures. 
29. Defunct. 
31. Before. 
12. RoTlNau 

54. NMi 
M. wtiMn. 

17. Side track. 
g». Wsnted. 
41. Butterfly. 

Social standing. 
A thing found. 
To eat. 
Pain. 

Moroocan. 

Former Rueeten rule: 

52. Implement. 
M. Greek letter. 

55. Tr> run nboiit 
57. Ru.viian mountains. 
59. SpanlJth (Bh.>. 
61. Wrath. 
63. Poker stake. 
65. To make eyes. 
67. Gave food to. 
M. Qgita«amous plant. 

IKIWN 

1. A simian. 

2 Treacherous, 

3 Therefore. 
4. Finish 
8. Ventilated. 
6 Head covering. 
7. French for and, 
B To make lac*. 

* unit. 



43. 
44. 

45. 
47. 
40. 
60. 



DOWN 

10. Behold. 

11. Old pronoun. 
17. Like. 

19. Masculine pronoun. 
31. Among. 
23. Mountain lake 
j 25. Painfully. 

26. Transmitter. 

27. To quit. 

28 To agitate. 
30. Eating regime. 
SS. To break suddenly. 
U. Microbe. 
It. Small inisot. 
40. Fa^c. 
43. 'Whips. 

46. To mark the ."-h^ft^ of 

4a. In dressmaking, triangular places 

of cloth. 
51. Sun god. 
58. Musical note. 
fCObstmction. • 
M. ftooel of land. 
•0. Poot-Uke arjan. 
•1. Whether. 
fi2. Musical note. 
64. NegaUve. 
M. TbdepMl. 



\ 




AMewn vo 



rCSCLB 



Li 



pro- 



I Mfo Outstanding yalnes In 
Bays' School Wear 



s N*Ticatiea Oampaar mal« 



Bine ' 

Lhinchiiia 
Reefers 

A 11- Wool Chinchilla 



HI 



th 



rcfl iiniojj 



Boys' 
Serviceable 
Knickers 



Ch 



cut and well made. Sizes 
4 to 10 vears. Regular 
$4.95 



oose 
.1 



fron 



fan 



c y 

twce'Is. I,Itic cheviots an<l 



flannel lining.- Smartly ^^^y flannels, all fully 

lined and well made.' Sisee 



U:Se a.ai.— Maaa A 
■ •MaMN-oteaa 



up to 10 yetrs. Per pair 



9 fj I 



— Mam Moor, HBC 





niiis^nnV 'i> 



INCORPORATED 2f? 



MAY I670. 




Half-a-Day— Haifa-Dollar 

Siieoial Economy Buying for Wfe^nesday Morning Shoppers 



I Packaged Cheese 
Cloth 

Morning 50c 

bacii package contaiM* 5 
jrards. and the cheeieclottt is 

_Mfun Moor, H B C 

Pnre jLinen Cradi 
Tablecloths 

Morning 50c 

Size 36 X 3i> iiM hf 4. I iTiishcil 
w^k iioveltjr bordered effect* 
in contrasting colorv '>r^ 

. Hemstitched Piilov/ 
Cases 

This Momtaf, 50 C 

Each . www 

Made from a hnr texturnl 
linen and fiiiisliftl with hem 
stitched ends. Si/r- 4 ' 
inches. 

yUm Floor, NBC 

Colored Turkish 
Towels 

2 50c 

.Xpproxiniate size 22 x 45 
inches, in niuhi-l»lored stripe 
effects. Onod absorbent fjnal- 
ity tha> 

— AfUm Moor, H B C 

Linen Tea Towels 

2 ,0, 50c 

.Size 2^ X 32 inche.s, iii red 
stripe effect Good drying 
and wearing quality. * 

e-Mdn Floor, HB« 



i'aii.hn!< ill Lamp 
. Shades 

Morning SOc 

I I.ind Dernratrd Shades in 
\v.irm toned parchment. 
I li»sc are 8 inches ill diame- 
ter, and are fitted for bridge 
lamps, drop lights or vertical 
spring dip. 

— Foorth Floor, H B C 

Brass Extension 
Rods 

4 ,or50C 

Flat or Round Kxtension 
Rods which extend io 48 
inches Complete with 
brackf ' 

— ThM Floor, NBC 
Scotch Madras 

2 ''t: 5Cc 

Plain Edge Madras in ecru 

shade. Floral patterns, suit- 
able (or beflrooni living- 
room. Width, 3o iiKlir, 

—ThM Floor, NBC 

Madras Sash 
Ciirtains 

This Morainff. r.fl^ 

Esch J U 0 

I'ancy and novelty designs in 
ilue, rose, gold or green Sash 
Curtains. Size 30 x JO inches. 

—TIM Floor, NBC 



Large-Size Felt 
Base Mats 

3 ,„,50c 

.Size 36 .\ 18 incites. 'I'licsr aic 
ill new p.iiteriis and \rry 
useful colors. Special value 
for this morning's shoppera 

-^TbM Flo«r, NBO 

Cocoa Door M ! ' ^ 
Morning . 50c 

< .ood C.radc iJiamoiid Back 
I ' -or .\1atv Size 24 x 14 
inciies. We suggest that you 
place one at every door snd 

in the K-isftiiri ' 

—Third Moor, H B C 

Art Needleworker's 
Bedroom Set 

Morning ... 50c 

The set iacludes.a Scarf, 17 x 
ii inches, and a 3- Piece Van- 
ity Set with three skeim ol 
mercerized eotion for w,>rV 
tiif. 

— S^ond Floor, NBC 

150 Women's 
Wkitcr-Wcigbc 
Vests 

.600 



Fhle Cream Ribbed C<>fton 
Vests with tubular built-up 
Mrap. In tmsll, mediiun and 
large siscs. 



1 00 Wonih^s 
Knit Blooners 

Regular 69c a Pair. JgA^ . 
TMi Memi«lg > ^^WIU^ 

Excellent Wfihef - Weight 
Bloomers %»tth Hastie knee. .\ 

■i,<- lull M ■ if-'iif l.iiit v knit 
ijMii ■MiK .ind cotton in 
white and pa^fel shsdes, and 
aiiiall 4iid medium sizes. 
— AeeemI Floor, NBC 

10(1 I\nrs Women's 
Winter Bloomers 

Morning 50c 

K special purchase broHglit 
forwsrd for this half-day 

event. Cotton Ribbed Bloom- 
ers with large d'niMe K"5set. 
Ill cream, orchid, pink, peach 
and >ky. Sizcii 3t> to 44. 

—Socood Floor, NBC 

In Corset 
Department 

PETITE SANITARY 
BELTS 

Morning ... SOc 

Adjustable Hickory Belts, 
very narrow; no pins neces- 
sary. . 

^^^^ HOIBNF 

Morning ... 60c 

Nimiber One Size English 
.sanit.iry Towels, antiseptic 
and absorbent tor comiorf 
and economy. 

Floor, NBC 



TV 



Half-iJoUar 

Bargains is 

Hardware 

Large Size Zie< v , 

f,"*"" „. 50 c 

Wire Dish 
Drainer* . 

Mb. Tin "Prii 
Wales" 

Wax 

14-yuart (jal- 
x'anized I'ails... 
Large Wicker 
Baskets with 
braided edRc 
4-Quart Straig 
.Muniinuni 
Saucepans . 

-TIM Floor, HBti 



50c 

ill ' 

50c 
50c 

Clothes 

50c 

50c 



Wonu 11 s Fabric 

Thia Morning, EL Asa 

Per Pair , 9III# 

These are wcU<fitting Gloves 
with silk embroidered points 
and two dome fsiitcncr^< 
They will wear and launder 
vvcll. Ciioiisc from gazelle. 



Hiviera, saM' 
and black. 



Floor, NBC 



Half-Dollar Values 
in Glass and China 

wlass J uniblers, • for ...60^ 
l-aiicy China / Cups and 
Saucers, * for 60^ 

English KockinKhain Tea- 
|K)ts, brown or decorated. 
Regular to (>5c 50^» 

LiiiiORes China Sou() and , 
Breakfast Plates. Regular 30c, 

2 for :SOc 

7- Piece Glass Fruit Sets. 
Regular 68c _ 60<> 

^TUni Floor, NBC 



Women's Rayon 
Hosiery and Ankle 
Socks 

This Morning, r f\ 

Per Psir *JUt 

Broken selection of colors and 
sizes in Hosiery. The Ankle 
.Socks are ^ite whh colored 

tops. 

-^ond Floor, NBC 



Children s Half- 
Socks 

This Morninc CA^ 

Per PdrTT. DUG 

Silk and Wool Socks in .eixcs 

Floor, NBC 



Coats' Spool 

Cof f on 

6 ,o, SOc 

200-V.,..l < ' Ml ,,11 wanted 
iiuni' ,,r white. 

— Motions .l^ctioii, 

MiAi Floor, NBC 



Remnants Half Price 



This niorniiiff oflrers a good occMion for tite houacwife to eflfect a savin;; of 50% on 
lines of staple merchan<lisr that are always in demand for tlM hoikie. guallticg are 

•Jc]>cnaablc as always and the bargains include: 

Flannelettes Canton Flanntit 

Pillow Cottona Cottons 
Tit TowdUafg Table Oiklotha 

RolkrTowtUiiif ShMtingg 

sNBC 



60 Women's Rayon 
Silk Combinations 

Refvlar $1.25. Cflea 
ThU Morning OUC 

Opera Top Style Combina- 
tions with elastic at knee and 
lace trfinmfd. In'pearh and 

111.* I ■ 

— Second Floor, H fi C 

Women's and 
Children's Bedroom 
Slippers 

50c 



mm 



1 Na 2 Tins Quaker Torn 
ind S No. 2 Tiii<i 
Peas, siic 5. 

All fbr 



50c 



Our Special Cooke<l Ham. 
sliced. Special, per lb., ^Ot 



This 
Morning 

Cosy and Serviceable Slippers 
in brocaded and felt tops, 
leather sules. 



Floor, NBC 



Childrenjs T 'n- 

MoTning 50c 

Assorted beret .styles in a 
variety of deliKhtful colors, 

•—Second Floor, NBC 

Girls' Winter- 
Weight Vests 

50^ 



1 Doicn I'ee-.vee 
and 1 lb. Fiiirst 

/ralMd Batter 

for 



Fkrs 

50c 



50g 



Schoolgirls' Crepe 
De Chine Ties 

This jp- 

Morning ^ 

A RCHjil .selection of all the 
popular fehades in plain crepe 
de Chine lies, suiuble for 
school wear. We have a roo.! 
range of all the wanted colors, 
including red, and there are 
many also in black. 

Floor, N»C 



Clark's Assorted Sovps. Spe- 
cisl at • tins for »0<* 



1 Packet Robbie Burn* 

Wholewhvat llralth Ris 
ruits and 1 Tad • '' ' ' 
Burns Forfar 
Shortcake for 



50c 



This 
Morning 

Cream Ribbed Cotton Vestx 
with built-up strsp or short 
sleeves. Sires for 4 to 14 
years. 

— flocood Floor, H B C 

Children's 
Underwaists 

Morning •50c 

Cliildrrn ^ 1 leece Cotton or 
Jean t loth Waists, weU taped 
and buttoned. Siiee for 2 to 
14 years. 

— ^SMond Floor, HBC 



1 4-Ib. Tin Empress Oranffe 
Marmalade for 50<s 



1 Basket Banam 
BasUrt I'liiiiis 
Special for 



50c 



AuKutive Bargains 

in Jewelry 
This v.. 

Morning OUG 

Chokers in prarl and novelty 
beads, .NrckMs in novelty 
head:* with Kood clasps and 
Kraduated jKiarls. A good as- 
sortment in styles that arc 
very fashujiuble. 

Floor, NBC 



1 4-lb. Tin Beach's Apricot 
or Peach Jam for. 0O<f 



lbs. 

tatr>es. 

for . 



Netted 
Special 



Gem Po- 

50c 



Little Tots* Hose 

zr-soc 

Little Tots" Fine Rib Silk and 
Wool and Ra yon I. isle Hose 
in sand and ramrl Sizes 4 
and 5. Regular J9c a pajr. 

S i w J Floor, HBC 

Women's English 

B Itex 

S ,„ SOc 

The fabric nearest silk,, and 
shown in a big variety of' 
pretty check and floral dc- 
4pM e ohabk fbr all oeea- 
iioae. 



1 Tin B.C. Pure Honey jwid 
yi Dozen Lemons for.„ ' 



S lbs. Australian Currant >, 
3 lbs. Australian Sultanas 
and 1 lb. Seeded Raisins. 
AM 

for . 



50c 



Tea and Coffee Special 

J^i-lb. No. I Broken Orange 
i'ekoe Tea and '/j-\h. Imperial 
Coffee for . SO<» 



Novelty Rubber 
• Aprons 

Regular to $1.25. r|| 

Thia Morning 

Remarkable values ii^ Tes 
and Household styles and in 
wonderfully att.-aclive color 
effects. 'Jakr full advantage 
of this nouble saving. 

Mill Floor, N B C 

60-Shcet Rolls . 
Wax Piper 



1 II. Seedless * 




( antaloupc and ' 




1 omatoes. 

AN for «„. 


50e 



Mrin Floor, NBC 



NBC QMliiyMeets 



3 lbs. Breast of Lamb &Ot 
S lbs. Roasting Beef BO^ 

a lbs. I-am». Chops 

4 lbs. Brisket of Beef 

5 Iba Shoulder VesI 

4 lbs. Breast of Veal. If # 

4 lb» Beef Satisajfe »0^ 

■ lbs. Imperial Pork .Saus- 
ages . _> SOd 

"i ■ 



lot 

Very superior quality an.l 
fully greaseproof Wax Vxpir 
for wrapi>inK school lunches. 

_ — MoioFloorvNBC 

100 Boys' Jerseys 

Regular $1.00. Crt-* 
This Morning OUC 

Lovat shades in close knit 
wool niixtnrr with stripe 
around collar. Ideal Jeraeys 
for school wear. All sisea for 
boys from 5 to 10 yeaaa 

^■Myo Floor, 'M BC 

Men's Initial 
HandkerrMofj 

3 SOc 

f V lore d Border • Handker 
chiefs in fine weave and if.nxl 
quality^^^Ainmt|aU^aiN||^i^ 

Lawn 

10,0, 50c 

Close * r < ■ ' I . ■ r 



CARRY- SAVI 



Big Valuea at HaU a 
Dollar 

3 Tins SocK-eye Salmon. 50<« 

a Tina Royal City Tomatoes, 
^ tins Quaker Com _ SO^ 

No. 2 tins Pineapple, 9 No. 

2 tins Pesches BO<» 



a lbs. No. 1 
Ceylon Tea 

(Limit 4 



50c 



lbs.) 



Mb. Tin Blue Ribbon Coffee 

for 60c 

Mb. Tin Sowntree'e Cocoa 
for ^ 60r 

3 Tine Rojral Prfaice Small 
Peas 59p 



3 Csrtons Sun- 
light Soap 

(Limit six) 



50c 



7-lb. Sack Hudsonia Flour, 2 
Iba. Redcaned Currants, BO^ 
1-1b. thk Del Monte Aspara- 
gus. 1 tla OoUg^Wax Beans 

for ■ ' . 60<» 

Bcotch 

Malt 50<« 

1 lb. Imperial Creamery But 
ter. lb, HodaOBia Back 
Bacon so^ 

4-lb. Tin Bmpreee Orange 
Marmalade 60^ 
1 lb. Economy aide Bscon. 
%-lh. ^cket Qhataau Cheese 

for -41c 

■Lower Main Floor, HBC 

Half a Day—Half a 
Dollar in the Drug 
Section 

Mb. Roll Hospital C iii n 
for 50C 

Mentholatnin, lergc i a r. 
Regular 60c jjOr 

F.lcaya Cold Cream. Kenu- 
lar 60c BOc 



2 Tubes Cu^gale's 
Pa.<.tet 1 Colgate's 
Brush; $1.00 
value for 



Tool I 



Vardley s < ompact Powder 
Refills. Regular 75c BO^ 

Old Dutch Toilet Tissue 
Kejjiilar l.'c rnlU. 4 for BO«* 

I'alniulivc Soap. Regular 10c. 
T for .: fO^ 

5 Gillette Blades, new style; 

1 Styptic Pencil .„ BO<^ 

Large Wool Powder i i(k 
Regular 75c 60<* 



Cusson's Baby Soa| 
2Sc, a for . 



KcRllldi 

."50,. 

fk»0r, NBC 



Men's Behex 
Handkerchiefs 

2 lor 50c 

Rayon and lisle niixiinr in 
the newest desiKu^ for l all. 

FWs.NBC 



Smart Neckwear 

Regular tl.OO. CAjh 
This Morning 9UC 

.Ml shades in novelty weave 
silks i ^ <■{ regular leafftli 
and good quality. 

Men's Knitted 
Rayon Ties 

All shades and t-i.i ! '. n- 

—Main Floor, HBC 

Men's Fancy Hose 

5 7:r 50c 

Fancy designs and plain grey 
weaver. Hose that will give 
good wesr. Siacs lOyi to II. 

NBC 



Men's Starched and 
Soft Collars 

6 for 60c 

Soft Collars in tan and white. 
Sue. M. I4'i. IS^i. 15!^ snd 

Keunlar J5c r«. 
.Starched Collars m dtrs. 
shapes, straight and turned 
comers, tn sixes J14, 14)i ond . 
14*4. 'IL* 

I.OW Dm I Mr ( 'dUrs foT tUMt 
men. Size I7^i. 
All Arrow Cellos. Regoiar 
25c each. 

Floor, NBC 




Reprint Copyrigbc 
Novels 

2..50e 

Discomfaaed Mrs end 
slightty rountr: ikd hooks 
Rrr-uped «fi fUar Voti will 
find i>1rnfr of good reading in 

HmTsNBC 



10 



THE PAXLY COLONIST, VICTOlttA. B.C WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17. 1930 



REP 




MEET JAPANESE TODAY 



Australian Bowlers 
Will Meet Victoria 
All- Stars at Hill 

Vititori Prom "Dowt Under" to PJay Series of Five 
Matches AgaiflttPiek of City Today—Major to 
Wckome Team at Civic Banquet * 



a squad (il Au.straluin lawn bowU-!.-- 
wIk) havp Jujit completed a Umi (>r 
the I C(Mintry and ('RDbda wii 
play livf muti-lie.-. anaiiiht ieam.> 
Mlected Motii tlie vHlU)ll^ l(xnl i liiuv 
thlA aiteiiKKjn. at the VI' ' >iia I awn 
Bowling Club, Ueacon Hill ^(ailuiK 
At 2 o'doek. TlM vUlton will aiTtve 
this" iMrnlni, (ram ihe Mainland, 
•ad wm hindered » bnakftet 
en Maid tbt bMt by th'j local offl- 
tMM. 

rtUeming the btwkfact, the Aiw- 
ftr4J^iu win iM drtv«o abeui tfet 

eil>. At oclock th* vltltert 

V. li, !>f ' !)>■ ,4 1 - ^ • I Ihf of 
\ II • I I , I .1' a rj.i 1: r ( t .i ' ' I ( [• . - ; i csS 
Hotel Mavor I. itjt Ai; < 'imo w A\ 
Vt'.'OlliP ti c 1. . .1 i.' tean. ■ h l.'-/iHlf 
oX the ' Aliilf iiffh laN from Ihc 
varicii ()<n<.!inK I luh.s v\ili i irri 
theiti 

Mf'!I. I- (m.'i: ') r '0;i,' Miiin- 
!d(- ( I i; ,1 ml i ' .: II !i I : ih> . Will 

Oppose th« visitois !! n peclHl Iive- 
falne match at the a u Hill lawns i 
»f " o'clock. Alex McjLMohie. hon- 
'HI \ president ot the Brlttall Oo- 
lumbla Lawn Bowllof AsMclatloo, 



will skipper the locals, and has lined 
up ttf9 formidable ^r|UHd^ 
LOCAL TEAM 

Tbe teams foUowi: M*roonlnl, 
BMboor. A. Dnmx, itanwlok <iUp.). 
NCoMy. Rolmw, BHmtMl aad Shtr- 
wood (skip.), OoUtBt*. Armttrnm, 
WrlKlit and MdKeMZlte (iklp.). Bat- 
fti.'iK- Kobritsori. WtUMe and llc- 
C< -,h kip HHrman. Ooodwln and 

I' Ji.iii.' t!)i; .iiid Mfii'ei ^^kl;) '. 

Ail a .-lOiivciur ol then visit to artt- 
tsh Culiinibla. each of the visiting 
taam wUl be given a copy of the le- 
eenUy published booldei on .Irltkh 
CokunUa. whkh bas lately bean re- 
leased bjr the Oowiiwu t director 
of pubUeltgr aai Htfornlkin. J. Gor- 
don Snltht 

The vihltinK party follows A. W. 
Allev, V Allatt. J Bruce. Mr. and 
Mil G H Ciav, Mr and Mrs. W, 
Marsh, Mr. am! Mi- U Rankin. Mr. 
and Mrs. O. i' ; > hell. J. J. But- 
ler. Mr. and Mi h T. Curran, Mr. 
and Mrs. L. s Cummlng. Mr. and 
Mrs. J. Henley. Mr. and Mrs. S. C. 
Jarman. P. R. Lee, R. A, Oay and 



SeluwlCkiUMn 
To See Jmpanme 

oCHOOb jehtMren wffl be 

O afforded the opportunity 
ot wltiie.sflliiw; the inteniMllonal 
Rugby future between the 
Jiiij>enal Jujiane.^e flfl-i'eii and 
(lie Vlrlona "Itep .Mjuad this 
a(teriK)Oii af the Royal Ath 
letii Park at 3 ocliHk. ajs ar- 
lauBemeiiLs have l)«en made 
with lUe VirtarLB .s < ii o o l 
Board lor the d>»nitsaal of the 
stadeato at IJfka^ekMk. Up 
to yertePday mpum eehooi 
chUdNO'a tieiite had been 
dieposed of. 



Fim BOW 
' TOMETFIAY 



Annual Gather i us of trandlcn 
at Arcade An«ys — Bs* 



Flvcpin tiuiiitli^t s '.\ tin •■r, \"\ i-t\ 
one of the most 8ucce»«ful .sea.^oii.s 
In the history of local tK>wllnK 
circles last year, will gatlier Friday 
I night at 8 o'clock at the Arcade 
I Alleys to dlaeuss plans lor the oom- 
inff eeaaea. 71w Hvepla Leaeve, 
which was orgenlwd t«» yean age, 
has calned grouni la leape 




LBXINOTON. Ky 8<-pt 17 Rif«ult» Of 
Imtm racint liere today follow. 

Mm* ,•«•— Vatarily eMrw: 

Two BlUs fPotta) tU.M t 4.e0 I 1.60 

m Hat (Arnold) 3.SS 3 70 

Hatarlal (Hardy) 3M 

X\mt. 1 H 3-.^ Also ran: Ptlav«r, Mo- 
Cull<x)i Colorifl Bob. • 

accond race-'Kuturlty courM: 
UchtnlDC Mt (AhmM) I 4.M I 4.0* I t.OO 

IftaMs Jask (Avatln) 14.M t.N 

acsfk AattMny iCheatham) I SO 

Tlaa: >•». Also ran tVrby T. Hall 

Dal*. 0«!d«n Throih. Mrrrlrk. Pal. Tel- 
ford. NorlaA. His tloiinr William J. 
aaralehed:. Kentuckian. Speaker, Tip Pole. 
Alar. 

Ttilrd raco— Putarllr aourM: 
TlM Tartar (Cartw).... I 4.ae t >.<• .•■ 
Watoh On (llMvat) «.4» 

Daii- Pfvll iMrCoyi 

T:m/, 1 13 4 ^ Also iHi Hf^l) Bl»(kb>iri). 
QurTi Clara Bcratclied Burnl BKnna 

Fourth rae*— nil* and Mvtntr yard,: 
Bobby Powm (Boaetr) t 4.S0 t S.«0 t 3 N 

Maaetnat (WaUU) 14.60 5 SO 

■adaa (eiiii»Ma» > ''A 

Tina. 1:4* 4-S. Alio ran' Satan'* eiaUr, 
^■M J*as. Dontados. Pli>k Bl u i nm . 

nfih race Puturlty cour«(: 
•Uhif I lOroi*) . . .1 I 4.W t 1 M 

•John Mill (Arnold) 4.70 ISO 

Asrlal Prtaa* <Osn«U) 

^rtaie. 1:M t-«. AM nms Oradl**l. 
Deamater. B««r Monarell, l^rr . 0**k. 
Rl*hl Now. Major Lanphtft. <MSC 9mtk. 
' , ■ I t'frt nutar Ktia. 

i«r» Futurity courw. 
Aonii Stall (Slfiptont. .1 7.»0 t I.4S I S.M 

Upaedalty (AtaaMI •••• 

Oaod By* enamer 

(BarNtti •■"> 

TUM. 1:13 A'"" N»ltle, Pebblas. 

Ijady Bendtr. Miss Alabama Scralohad: 
epertinx Lady Byf O Baby. Vagrant. 

Bevf nth race Mile and on*-*l«hth: 

Brokar (Fowler) I aW f 4.ie I I M 

■rothtr Jebnton (IU«m) ... t.M S &0 
••laetion iBarratt) 3 40 

Tim*. 1 :U Alto ran: Jos«ph Sab- 

katb. Indian Chiide. rnrm Hand 8<Tatch*d 
aeMtr OhMf. 

•VBBNIUHT ENTBIK8 

yiMt raea— rutdrlty cour**. 

1 WMl4af 

Itea MmI* • ;*" 

Falla Clay 

B«**t p«c* •• • -yz 

phenomena ■« * 

Ooldcn Bu JO* 

Royal B-»»ty »«" 

a*««id rao*— WturtW eonTM; 

tns«r« aro** ; 

Tsairlan* J 

Modern Timat }{• 

MIS" 8ii* 

Baniorelte 

Ja7.7. Aie 

Bunty f>*ralnlek J}| 

Old Pardaer — r. \]\ 

Llvla - ?* 

Tan Fac* }}{ 

MlAkte B«y ••••» 

Third race— Futurity ooutm: 

Mwiiias 

Jwt 0*na J2? 

Ml^s Purfectlon J»* 

Onr t! Like J"; 

Wsh Orac* J" 

•rtd Rcwa ♦•• " 

aalMa J*Ml« ■ I 'O' 

Vaurth rao»-*utafltf caarM • 

'Dslaia DWB J 1 

Mrtana \\\ 

Itorrlcka Pal J" 

Diaar* spin )« 

BBBTaton I" 

Thunder Nymph . 

Cark'.e 

StaSnna }|1 

gi^,! Ill 

Bilk W*I4*I 

Filth raaa M IU and ihra*-*ixief>ith» ^ 

Alhwi* !»• 

MV.Uvi «• 

OiC, W*br* I" 

W»«dal*» }M 

Mary Marvin ;«» 

Btr Hell*! 

8l«th race— Fulurtty cource 

Bo-<1»r Ohlaf i}t 

Tkiati* pea 

Masol Hm* "'^ 

Indian Ul« 

Bwnep Paal l"* 

Dor:>«t . 

Sky :i*wk 

Arrow Uk* >..:t 

Wtntar M4MI >)» 

rii i.Miia aaiBisa >'* 

Ad lor T j>i 

BruM*ia 

attraUl rae^-PuMrity oaam: 

WMiam Macao* }}» 

Dkcl* MaU j" 

MlH Buddiith »M 

By^ O Baby 

Waii'nj M»ld * >•* 

OtblM s Choice t 110 

OaliMr i, J '2 

Pandaaa 

Hel^-n etas 

Prino* apart "0 

Mllann 

nine Ttv* ■ — ••••.V 

Etthth rae»~Mila and ono-Sl««SBtk: 

p|o:il . . . *•« 

fit Tiandy 

Trrrrtonian • *»1 

ei»- uifct *. » •» 

B^trla.t . .\ • 

■aark eii • ' ' 

WtBlam Penn 

Whiak Arm }>) 

BUrk Thunder Ill 

Oar* I'" I 

LANCASHIRE MAKES 
115 RUNS AGAINST 
WEST OF E MGUMD 

LOifDOit, 8«pt 10.— Boeree ta the 
erickPt matrh at the KenalBfton 

Oval b#treen the rhsmplon county. 
Lsncas'itre. and t^i'" i""^' of Cn|land. 
at t ie rnd rf play ladsy. Wire: 
Lanci'Mre. 115; Heet. M (KMor 

feu- wiokau for II mm). 



KImmU to Bold 

Golf Tournament 
At Oak Bay Today 

MEMBERS of the Klwanls 
dube. which are in eon- 
veatlon here, wOl Journey to 
the Victoria Golf Club this 
morning to take part in the 
a n ti 11 a 1 golf competition. 
Starling at 9 o'clock until 
10:30. fifty-six men will tee- 
off in four.s. Following them 
ten women members will start 
their irpk for championship 
honors. The course will be 
clear for members and other 
vielfocB ehout 11 o^eloek, 



JUNIOR FOOf 
OLCIOL [ 



I A 




Rlemi^r I' ( I I \ From Up- 

laland and V^incouver Meet Here 



A general meeting of the British 
Oolun-bla Junior Football Association 
was held refently. with President J. 
M. Richardson in the chair. J. Sul- 
livan was elected delegate for tiie 
Victoria Juniors, succeeding W. H. 
Hadley. who retired^' Hie preeid^'it 
praised Hadley for hie pact eervieet 
and recommended him for the Pas* 
Service Medal. 

R. Prazer reported of the nr^iani- 
zatlon of a Jiiiuiir Koolball League 
in Cumberland, and said three teums 
had entered. 

In a dieeueeion of the aaaior kiodies 
aesisting the juniors. Vba eiiiiilon was 
expressed that soon the Juniors 
would have to have some If th«y 
were going to carry on. The associa- 
tion decided to (to Its utmost in fos- 
tering soccer in the schools. 

Durlne n dlscii.i.^lon of reln.statinqt 
pluyrr.s from senior to junior, it was 
decided that only two reinstated 
players would be .^allowed to play 
each eeaaoo. eo ae to efualiza the 
teems ta the leatne. ' 

The following mi^mbers wrre ptr.«: 
(?nt: J M Rlcharrlson. presiden;, J. 
R i-;iitlierland. n(^c:r''ir\ C Lavis 
and O Bromley. Vancouver dele- 
gates; M. M. Frazer and T. Barry. 
Up-I.sland delrRat".* t Sullivan. 
Lower Islanri delegat Payne, 
prealdcnt of the di,.ii). i cmincll. 
Fred Oliver, secretary of the dLst.lct 
ccuncll; T Brigg-i, R Munro and S. 
Cowden. James Island; F. Boainm 
Oaklands; W. Hadley. YUCJi.: Mr. 
Jones, KsquinaH: R. WeathMU. 
Jokers; J. W. BuMtoan . Vteteria aty. 

Vancouver Lawn 
AusLndmii leant 



VAMCOUVKR, sept. M.—NotWith- 
standing an iWKWlng recerd of vie- 
toriee in the Old Country and 
Bastem Canada. Australia's touring 
lawn bowling t*am met defeat at 
I Mie hands of a rcprctentatlve Van- 
I uver aggregation in a test match 
Bl the Terminal Club greens yestsr- 
dnv The tourists fought valiantly 
until Ihe final cast had been made, 
a determined rally bringing them t3 
wiuiin five points of the hone side, 
after having been eleven down at 
the twentieth end. Ilie ultlmatt 
score was 05 to M. A rkik «em- 
prlslnff two Aostralians and two 
members of the New Zealand Em- 
pire games team, battled to a tie 
with a Vanrouver qusrteMe la a 
friendly matrh. JB-all 

The Antlpodeans have now played 
sixty matdies in the British Isles 
and Canada and have isaa forty - 
four and lost sixteen. 

!' ■ ' e'l I 

Manero ShoaU 

BHlliont Golf 

i/i U^it u i out I IV) 

OLEN8 FALLS. N Y .Sept \H 
Tony Manero, Elm.'^ford pro. smash- 
ing par on three of the four ro* nd.v 
today won the Oleot; Falls open golf 
tournament with a 27(f for the sev- 
ent.y-f«'' ' -1^5. fotir strokes ahead 
of Or . 4/rn and Bobby Cnilck- 
shank ped ui the second place wltn 
MO each. 

Mt)nr' '-) put logsther rounds of 07, 
' A und fi» to lead the field of 
jBore^thaa UO pla|liU. 



bounds. All teams are aahod to bavo 

delegates present. 

Last year the league was run hi 
two halves, with the winners of the 
first half meeting the second half 
ehamps for the silverware. The 
play-off created great interest 
among the bowlers. Te dtsUngulsh 
them from the league to be farmed 
at the Olymple ii e e re^ t loa AOigra, 
the league wllf'be named the Ar- 
cade Flvepln Loop 

Kleetlon of offlcers will be held 
and the data for r ooo l vB n oatiloe 

set. 



[liClIO 
?Mi Of N.B.A. 



Chirago Man 
Head ef BextOff 




OMAHA. Neb. .Sept Irt .John V 
CUiiinln. of Chlrawo, i iiiimiirci of 
thr Illinol.s Boxing Commission, wa^ 
flatted president of the Nationi 
Boxing Association today, succeed- 
ing Stanley M. Xsaaee. of Otaeta* 
nati. Ohio. The aasoeiaUan voted to 
establish permanent headiuartOrs In 
Chicago and empowered OUSala tC 
set tip a working ofTlce. 

Tlir B.ssociatlon also organized a 
National Wrestling Association, 
B^iich will have no connection with 
the N3.A. Ookmel Harry J. Laadry. 
of New Orleans, was naned as 
president of the wrestling body, and 
New Orleans was choseh Ss its 
headquarters. 



Baseball at a Glance 



AMBRICAM LEAGUE 

W. L. Pet. 

Philadelphia Ot 47 .070 

Washlagtoo 00 »4 jai 

New York n OS JOO 

Cleveland 10 00 .324 

Detroit 71 74 .480 

St. Louis - 60 8« .411 

Chicago - f<* 89 .306 

BOOlOB 47 97 JM 

Yesterday's Resalie 

Detroit, 7; Boston, 6. 

New York. 19; St Loula, 10 

Philadelphia, 6, 10; Chicago, 4, 2. 

Washington at dovoload, poet- 
pooed. rain. 

NATtONAL LBAOVB 

W. L. Pet. 

St. Louie a M JiO 

Brooklyn M 01 .570 

Chicago OS .Ml 

New York 79 65 549 

Pittsburgh 74 69 .517 

Boston (J7 78 4(J2 

Cincinnati bi 85 JOt 

PhUadslphla .50 94 JIT 
yesterday's ResalU 
8t Louli. 1; BrooHyn, 0. 
New Yert. T; Ohlsago^ 0. 

Philadelphia, »: Plttoburgh. 14. 
OOAIT LBAOUE 

W. L. Pet, 

Hollywood 45 37 .036 

Los Aageles St 30 J90 

San Frandsoo j.. 34 32 .515 

Oakland 32 35 .470 

Sacramento 32 34 40S 

Missions 39 38 .433 

PorUand 30 37 .431 

Oeattle ST St .Ott 

Yestcrday'K lUsalts 

Hollywood 7, .Snn FVancisco 5. 

Los Angeles 12 Mla.'.lon.s 0. 

Sacramento 3, Oakland 3. 

floatllt S, Porttaad 1. 



Hard- Working Quartette 





WILL WITNESS 

L 





LE 



Jack Berg-Joo 
BUtk Bout It 
Biitedhy§Udn 



N 



KW 'lOHK. .Sejil 16 
Halii rau^ed i.i'w^t;Kiii 



iiifiii until Thurstiay night of 
the yucen.sboro Stadium's 
bo«ing show, scheduled for 
tceiteht Jaek (Kid) B«rg. 
■agllsh Mgbtwel^t. was to 
have aMt JM OMok. of Btock- 
lyn. la the aiala tout 



JOE MANOEl TO 
MEET mSICK 




PdrtiKjiiocp Thamp tn Face 
Oieguii biappler in Mam 
Event on Wrestling Card 

ROCKY BROOKS TO 

TAKE ON MILLER 



Largest Crowd Since All-Blacks' Visit Lxpccicd to 
Lini Eockxnre When Oppoting Teams Take 
Fkld it 3 o'clock atiloyal Athletic 
Park 

Fifteens in Wonderful 

Shape J or ExiiibUion 

Nipp)ons to Be Out to (..halk Up Third Straight Victory 
^of British Columbia Tour — Squad to Be I cndctcd 
Piovincial Banquet Following 
Match 



With both teams In wonderful 
the Japanese imperial 
aanad wIM trat eai Ihe field 
at tlie Royal Athletic Parii thh 
afterMon at 3 o'eleek la the fliel 
of a twe-gaBM exhlMtlea eerlee, 
against the VletarU Itop" fif- 
teen Areordlnir 1« Fred CabeMa, 
. 1 • , ^ ! '.rla Kugby 

.1 iruvMl ot tc^tween alx and 



< A.MPBKM, I ORBKS 



H(>K.\( \. (.(>A1> 



Above arc pictiu-ed four of Victoria s crack forwards who will be seen in 
aetloa today when the local "rep ' sciuad meets ih- Imperial Japanese 
In aa exhiMtiOB game at the Royal Athletic Parli. commencing at 3 
o'ele^ This quairtetle 'weilts like "rrojaas. and each can be eonnted 
ca ta turn la a ipleadld performance. The four were me ai b o i o d the 
Victoria "rep" team last year. 



U.C.I. mm 10 



Onr Own Brand Botirr Trophy 
TeiuaaaMat WH Be Held at 
Vfilaade Clab 

The eeml-annual U.C.T, Our Own 
Brand butter golf tournaaMit will 

be held at the Uplands Golf Ohlb 
on September 37. About 150 mem- 
bers of the U.C.T. win take part, 
and the event promises to be the 
most successful yet held. A. C. Falk 
will defend hlr. title, whish he has 
won the last two years. 

The field IhLs year will be a pow- 
erful one. Harold Brynjolfson, 
City and Uplands champion, has 
entered in addition to several other 
low handicapped players. The tour- 
ney is played on a handicap basle. 
and there are several prises for hid- 
den-hole competitions and other 
events. Following the tourney, the 
players will oMOBi • t a i ll St la the 
clubhouse. 

Players intending to enter, are 
asked to communicate with Frank 
Partridge. Roy Damborough. Al- 
bert Jaaiee. A. C. Falk. W. IL Hey- 
wood, Alex Inglls er BOrrjr Jm^s 



Junior Foofhntl 

Mt t lutL: Ii ill H* 

Held on / riduy 

An tanpcrtant meeting of the 
Junior PootbeU League will be held 
Friday night at 7 JO oieloek at the 
YJi.C.A. All teams are asked to 
have repriseatatlvee prseeat. as eev- 
era! .items aiO Oa OW OgiBiO for 
dtscti.tsion. 



CitL't I It) Hull! 

At "1 ' i onigiU 

THE annual me?flng of the 
Victoria and I) 1 .s t r i c t 
Basketball Leagu: will be held 
tonight at the Y M.C A et 8 
o'clock. All of last year's 
teams are asked to have a 
delegate present as plans for 
the coming season will be dls- 
etiseed In every detail. Bec- 
tlon of offlcer.s will take place 
and the date for receiving 
entries w'.ll b? niadf Presi- 
dent Jack Taylor will occupy 

the chair. 





VISITOR 10 ciiy 



Lancashire 



aeee. WMety-Kaewt^ 
Gttset ef 



DTttMIATIOIfilli LEAGUE 

W. U P«t. 
lot St JtO 

04 07 .504 

03 71 



7« Bfi 
70 S« 
04 80 



507 

Ml 
469 I 
44.1 
400 



Rocheeter .. 

Baltimore 
Montreal ... 
Toronto .... 
Newark .... 

Buffalo 

ReadiM ... 
Jersey OHy . 

Ye^lerday'* R^^oM* 
Toronto at Buffalo, postponed; 
rain. 

Montnal at Roeheeter. p ca t go n e d ; 
rata. • 
Only 



Pai Hope SeU 

Neiv RpcorH at 



Former ^ht finger of 

Jq^H L)emp§ey Die» 

KBW YORK. Sept lt.<-John J. 
Reisler. known in sporting circles 

"John of Barber " nianagrr of 
Jack Dempsey before he beranie 
heavvwelght Ivixing champion died 
In a hospital yeeterday of an infec- 
tion caused hy aa laifowB ladr on 
a finger. 

He had Imn in hoepltal three 
weeka Immoral eOnrleos' will be 
held in HaiikliH today. 

Reisler came into the public eye 
through his Mag Utlgatlon over the 
management of Denpeey after 
Dempsey won the championship. 
He rohte.sted t >e right of Jack 
Keams to manage Dempsey. clatm- 
felf a prior contract. 



George A. Cloee. ef Rochdale, 
Lancashire. England, one ef the 
most widely known sportsmen in the 

Old Country, has been a vlslt/ir to 
the city for some time, as the guest 
of E ButLerworth, principal of the 
Boy.s Central Srhool. Mr Close 
extended his vi.<!|t to the city .several 
hiv. in-order to watch the Victoria- 
Japanese Rugby game today 

Mr. Clofe i.s pr?.';ldent of the 
Rochdale Junior F(3otball League, 
and one cf the directors of the 
Rochdale Homsis, whieh Is one of 
the original toane la the Northim 
Rugby Union. He is a former pro- 
feestimal swimming champion and 
received several awards tar llfe- 
.lavlntr He coached and trained 
Dasid BilUngton. Old Country 
aspirant In the Wrlgley marathon 
swim held .if Toronto two years 
ago 

Mr. Close and his brother gave 
the Roebdale cnrkct ciub iu pres- 
ent gromds as a gift In memory 
of their father, who wss president 
of the association f «r a number of 



He owns nine moving picture 
houses and will take adme plctores 
of today's game and will ehow them 

in the Old Country as seen as he 

returns. Mr Cloae will i^nU to 
merror night via the Panama 
for home. 



Joe Matnuel, Portugueee champion, 
who went seven rounds with Bob 
Kruse, Portlaad. la a Seattle rtag 
before the Rooe Olty, expert waa die. 
qualified for ustag the headlock, 
will have a tough asslpunent on his 
hands Saturday night, when he 
rllmb.s over the rojjes at the Til: 
<'uni Rynina.siiini to ^;rapple Al Kh 
la.sick, Astoria, Oir. m the ii^ain 
event on Prorni>tri H'led Richard- 
.scm'.s wrestling lard 

Manuel is no stranger to the local 
followers of the pastime, having ai)- 
peared here eome time ago against 
Ivan Zikoff, OUeago. Kareslflk is 
classed as one ef tha stroegest 
heavyweights tn the gaaoe, aad his 
popular victory last week over Paul 
Wllklns. Chicago, has made him * 
favotit. \At'li tlir fan."; Two woek.s 
at'o li'" wii-.silrd Kru.sr to a drnw 
aftei a k:'^h! 'tiUKfil"' 

The I'lM t'ljjuese i lever, .strong 
and h;i.< |i!<-nty of speed, while his 
opponent resorts to heavy body 
•lams in order to subdue his rival. 
The winner of this mix wlU meet 
Bol^ Kraee ta a taut to a finish on 
September SO la a leeal gy mh asi am 
Whoever Is awMOad the deeOrtea 
will make a suitable opponent for 
the rough-and-ready Portlander. 

Rocky Kinok.*:. viclorla. who re- 
cently entered the heavyweight class 
will clash with Louis Miller. San 
Francisco, in the seml-wtnd-up 
Miller will be makinc hiv iir t ap- 
pearance before local fans and his 
exploito win be watfllMd Orltb great 
Interest. 

STROfrO-MAIf ACTS 
In.stpad of the usual preliminary, 
Brook.s and Miller will give a dem- 
orvstration of strong-man acts, In 
which the winner will be awarded 
a special prize Driving .spikes with 
their hands through two-and-a- 
half-inch planks and pulling them 
out with their teeth, btowing up 
automobile inner tubes, imtll they 
burst, bending six, eight ten and 
twehre-hi^ splkee and tearing.three 
decks of cards at once, are the feats 
that the pair will do. Brooks WU 
try to twist two elght-iasli Splkee 
ss an added attraction. 

Promoter Rlchardiwin will bO thO 
third man in the ring Tickets 
went on sale yesterday at Richand- 
son's Cigar Stand and the Two 
Jacks. 

HANOOW 



lu.>.Nlr. 

Four In a row will bt the aim of 
the visiting squad when they take 
the field agaln.>it the pick of Vic- 
toria. They '-•>• 1- ' ! ■ ' ■• ••■ >, :.'■ 




mWMO MDlACn 

Captain ti MM «*n * in f Japanr.r Inprrlal 

Bmcbr taaai. wkleli wM mret thr virioru 

"Hfpn" thl« urirrneM al tb* Keyal Alh 
Irtir Vfk . " ' iMk. MllUehl Md his 
rilUrn ba>c b««ii »»* e eaafal !■ tMlr thr*« 




t^.t^nd M>wr<« an4 n Tavlor RiUcd 
OIT Enfis-i. I r '- . I r. Fel- 
lewlag Oeping Cliarge 



CHARLIi BELANGER 

DECISIONS SEKYRA 



While playing witii W T .Siwn 
0' •>"• Saanlrh CJolf Club. Hnndu 
1 !f shattered the rotir*^ : «• 
ord after some brilliant golf Ho^ie 
lumed in a sparkling 20 for the nine- 
hole layout two strokes uader par. 

follows: 34SStttS4— SO. 

tbo ehi 



His card 



TOROirro. o»t. sopt i»-aiak- 

ing his first appearanee IB the Hag 

since fracturing his hand seme 

■veeks lit" Charlie Belanger Can 
I'llaii Uglil he«v\n'<'lft'f • h« ri: (■>(( .i . 

' Winnipeg ^ecuirrl » -ns: in;'- 
'iTlslUBi over .lo"- .-k . a ieaii 
hltUng light h-T^- vi-iith' of Day- 
ton, Ohio. In their ten-round bout 
which featured the Staaavack Ath- 



J^H' liloitni i hnnpn 

As l*t r^uh tit ol 

HiUiorjdJLeagtie 

Jee Btoeai wID be at the hefan ef 
the Interaerviee Billiard League for 
the 1030-31 eeaaon as a rseult of the 

annual 

Blr>oiil 

th'T"" i 

I* r 

• I ■ f. ■% 

niidriir 
variou 



meeting held recently 
01 ax the unanimous choice of 
nt f'i»>m Holden was 
u r president »rhlt»' T ,hn 

■ • >»rpolnted ■ '^r 

;, : ■ n , t • r :t <. :i ' ■ r t : ><• • ■- ' 
if -ri,'. 1. ;,,.•.!-! ■ ,■ 

■ f • >• (-wj'.Md- 1 1 < ) ! r. • • 
If -i: :' : nre hu.^i'. v ;;n 

ing up their personnels and another 
Is expected to 



(r»n«duri Frees r»hl»i 
EDTNrit'RdTr .Scotland. Sept Ifi 
-A ' 1 ' helioved to b. 
precedenied lu the history of horse 
raetag in Oreat Britain, was re- 
vealed today with the anaeuaeament 
that Lady Ludleer^ feur-year-old 
brown colt. Orahd Success, had been 
disqualified from further raring un- 
der the rules of the .steward', of the 
Jockey Club, and the hmne >. 'riiiner 
D. Taylor, warned off all m/r 
courses where these rules are in 
force. 

This acUon followed the running 
c/t the Carfln Handicap at the Lan- 
ark race maeUng on July 34. wen by 
Grand Siirces* As the result of an 
Inquir'. Ihe -iteward-s of the Ij«nark 
meeting reported the hors;' had 
been drugged After further in- 
veetlgattons the stewards of the 
JOekey Ohlb wave eatlefled the drug 
was administered to the heree for 
the purpose of stimulatlBg It for 
the rar^ In rjue»tlon. The IMTOO WBS 
dlsqualined from this raoO aad all 
ravther races 



gamee from Vancouver flftefsu aad 
will be out this aftemeon with theh- 
most formidable line-up In order to 
keep their slate clean of defeats. In 

thrir finst two vlctorlee Ott thOj 
Mainland, the touring Japaneeo ]USt 
squeejsed through with wins, but In 
the third encounter they snowed 
under the Meralomas aggregaUon 
by a soore of 27-0 score. 

SKIPPER MAKES FLATS 
The Nli)pon.s went through an- 
other workout yesterday morning at 
the scene of battle and showed up 
more tjiilhanlly than In their Ini- 
tial practice on the dav of their ar 
rival. Skipper Hideo Miij»< hi. who 
holds doini one of the forward po- 
sRMm. dirseu all plays, and is said 
to be the bralne of the equad. Dur- 
ing the workooto, MUjachi paid par- 
ticular attention to forward dribblee 
and scrum work, and let Shigl Ka. 
the elusive halfback, rim the back- 
field plays as he has done in the 
past. 

Ka showed up hrilUanMy yester- 
day In the piaiti' T His un< Kimy 
judgmcnl in passing, kicking and 
speed was pretty to watch. It is the 
intention of the local coaches to 
put a man on Km dtuing today's 
battle, as they figure if this flash 
Is watdted closely the reoolt ef the 
game will be dUferont from the 
Mainland scores. Ka is young, small 
in .stature nnd weighs aTOtind 148 
pounds :r 1 > iii' frf>ni Meljl Uni- 
versity. 

Durlag tbo Vanoouver flsturos 
the Japaasss suffered two tajurles. 
i TorayAI ICampaam. ef the baek 



field, who was a tower of strength in 
their first game on the Coast re- 
ceived a broken ankle and wlU be 
oat or the game for some time, while 
Hlroehl twanae, another baok. sus- 
tataied eevere tajuriee to the ankle 
which will keep him on the side 
lines for an Indefinite period. Both 
players are forced to ute crutches 
Captain Mlljachl and his squad 
are confident of victory, but the 
general opinion of those who wit- 
nessed tlie "Rep.s ■ Ko through their 
paces is that the Capital City flf. 
teen will give the viiitorB the hard- 
est game of their tour, despite the 
close scoree in the first two Van- 
couver games. Skipper Oampbell 
Forbes and his crew have pleafy of 
weight whleh will be a great ad- 
vantage as the game piygresses. 
The Vletorla forwards are considered 
to overshadow the Main landers, 
while the local back division Is not 
considered quite as fornudable as 
Vancouver. 

VICTORIA'S TEAM 
Jack Bryden has bsen assigned to 

the fullback position, while Roy 
Gaunt. Gavvy Hume, Benny Mc- 
Millan and Art Fell will line up on 
the three-quarter line Pete Ttir- 
gcxvir Is looking after the five- 
eight h.s po,sition. while Bill Pollard, 
vlre-captam. and Henry Cockin are 
the luilfbacks. Directed by the bril- 
liant Campbell Fortes, the for- 
wards will be as follows: Bill Por- 
teous. Horace Goad, Bruce Forl>es. 
Oodfrey Wenman, George Wamock 
and BUI Wharton. 

Teramura will plajr fullback for 
tHo .vlsltflrs. while tbba. HjU» Ka 
and Kitano will be the three-quar- 
ters. Matsuhara and Haglwara will 
Irxilc after the flve-elchths positions 
and .Shimldu the half line. Tsuhl, 
Vauiii. Ohta. Mlshima Wada OM 
Miljftchi are the forwards. 

With continuous watering since 
early on Monday the grounds ahotild 
be In splendid shape for the gOBM. 
TO ATTEND BANQrET 

Commander Murray will handle 
the game. Following the game the 
Nlppons will return to their hotel 
and prepare to attend the provin- 
cial banquet to be fenderfd In their 
honor at the Chamber fif Commerce 
at 7 o'clock. Hon. R. H. Pooley. At- 
torney-General, who is Acting Pre- 
mier la the abocenoe of aoa. s. F. 
Tolmle, wtB be Uiaolriaetei durtae 
the affair. 

Just before Commander Murray 
toots the whistle which will send the 
trams into action. T. Kawaml. man- 
ager of the squad, will present a 
flag to V. L. Denton, president of 
the Victoria Rugby Union, as a me- 
mento of their trip to the Pacific 
Coast of British Columbia. 





Hands and Wrists 
Oppose in Grip 



Vnnrnin'ter Lawn 
Away idetUy 



▼ANOOUVBt Sept lO.-One el 
the ploaeeri of lawn bewBng in 

British Oohnnbla. Alex. 'Saady) 

Melton ' ddenly at his h< 




OlaatsT Siagter WMeae Lead la Big 
Sis aad NaUonai Leagae Baeeo 

aa Herman' HIlpa 

The threat against Bill Terrv » 
batting supremacy In the Big Blx 
and the National League subsided 
a bit yesterday as the Olant slugger 
added another point to hU mark 
wKh two hits In four times at bat 
|oli« to .405. while hto rival. Bsbe 
Herman, dropped two polnte to .300 
as he failed to get a hit in four 
trips to the plate. Chuek Klein and 
Lou Gehrig al.so registered one- 
polnl galnik. holding their tie st 
.384, as Klein made three hits in 
five tries and dehrig hit two out 
of fhrre Al Simmons slipped badly 
hitting on'y twice in nine attempts 
and losing three points, while Babe 
Ruth dropped onf point rtth ene 
out of four. 

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H-rman. Rohlna 144 I1> US n9 

Klein Phllliee 144 MS 14^ 214 

Oetirl*. Vankcea ... I4» M4 l>« 2IM 

Simmon*. Athletlci ISO 690 14) t*« 

Kwth. YaslMe* ISS 470 Mi 171 

amat bvn sTANr>i>(. 

Home ntn* y**l«Tday in t.te m 
leaciiei foil**' 

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By SOL MBTZOER 

One must have hi* hands In th<*lr 

o rei t position on the rliib 'o avoid [ 
a slice In golf, provldlnc he 1.'^ devel- | 
oping an ort-hodox gaoi' Tske | 
Bobbv Jones and you will ree his ' 
wrlsta or hands oppose each oUi^r 

not only tn putting iMit la drlvlnf . 
Why Is thtef Hew dees ko (oO «fesn> 

in such a poeitloat 

The reason is that wbea so held, 
the wrists, hands aad arms are In a 

natural, unstrained pkMltlen Only 
In such a position ran ll 
strength of each b*- used tn . .. k.i,^ 
tha ball 

It's the most natural position of 




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LONDOM. Sept It. — Soathpxt 
and Aeerlngton Stanley plOFOd s 
drawn game tn an Bnglish SiKseer 
I-eague. third division. Morlhem 
section n-.svh fodav at Boiithport 
The SCOi e wa - • il 

In a Rugby Lsague fixture Wake- 
field Town beat Steighley by If 
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THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA. P. C. W i:i )\ I .SUA V. SLPTEMiiiUC 17, im . 



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CARDINALS REGAIN SLIM m IN NATIONAL 





Nose Out Robins 1-6 
In Ten-Inning Game 
Before 28,000 Fans 

H^lbhan Hisis Daz/.y Vance in I 'li Jjcrs" Duo! as Card 
Mov« lo Top Again ( imts Stop Cubs, 7-0 — 
■ . A'f Take 1 win Bill 



BEUEVE IT OR NOT 



Uicir 1 t« 9 tr.umpli over 
In 7W«arday'« rrMt 
pItchInK dnel. the St. L<iui>: < ard 
ImIb reraiaed a fmm» thejr bad 
loal and arahi took ftnt plar«> by 

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OVIT f.i K.l.ir' III. (.itu .III 
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dMH Mt, 9 to •. fey the 
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a iMir ooicii behind 
the nm yiaca and well within 
atrlkfnff dlntanee of fh<- l«p The 

Giant*. l> ■ :>' 11 I |< .1 'nil r I I'l- 
■till ar- four .irul '":i t i ( .,1.1 
bu< k I t irst placi 

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By WALTER TROMBOTX 
(Cepyrttht. 1»30. by the North AmerleM 
Newspapar AUluicc.i 

EBBVIB PIXLO. BROOKLYN, 
N.T., Bept Idw^It was a whale of 
a tsn-tnolDf ball tame St. Louie 
won from Brooklyn here this' after- 
noon, by a score of 1 to 0, to take 
the lead In the National League 
race again by the slender margin 
of one percentage point. 

A little world's series, they called 
It, and that Is Jttst wha( It was. A 
park foU to tba brim ot iMjItK tense, 
excited tans, a band, whistles, cow- 
bells, four umpires and two teams 
flfhUnc to the last ffasp behind 
Br?at pitching. 

The better men won. St. Louis 
tried everything and finally .some- 
thlng broke for them. They stopped 
a last de8p;>rate charge by the 
Robins in the tenth and ran off the 
field leaping and hugging each 
other in anri triumph. 

I ill:. WINNING RVS 
It was In the fitat half ef Ihe 
tealk ttat tte Cards pMhed aver 
the wtoalBg' ran. Andy fiirh 
batted for Gelbert, who Iiad bn-n 
Jarred earlier In the day In a 
collision with Finn, and Andy 
made 

d,in. ''r ,;c, ■ ! , m , puii li liv 
■"■><"•; < il iv'lr I'l mitrr. TMice 
"•' iniii i >rt (-1 t)un( r-.iid t-vlre 
he f.iiiid. i)uJ lifbbj Street to'd 
him to take t'i« chanec and try It 
again, and this tim^ he enApleted 
the aaorifiee, sending High to 
tMrd. 

With Donthit. :» lonu hlltrr. at 
the plair «n:l only a sacrifice fly 
nr-ded fir .i sr-re. the Robins 
i; ithered In ronferenre. It did 
ttirm no good. Douthii 




Your Neiit 

TODAY 




(Coprrlcht. IMS. by the Martli 
H«wa»ap«r AlUaace.) ' 

spoBTWo Tons 

Then U emeraUl tuf. where ttit 
braasle shots nmj 
''<t < '<k !i"" beckon through 

I Mill iiii.si uiid sun; 

Hut deep 111 ;,cnin wOMlai^ • itm 

runs tJirough, 
Ur favflrite ooBarls klntfUHtrV blue. 

Tlicit 



The 



' Is iiivcr in plenty, w^iere 
pearl-slashed and gay 
rock-fp-ttsd pools watch the 
speckled trout pl^; 
And brave art the eolon tha't no 

knight will yield 
Wbca YaJevard and Michigan take 
totbaflelA 

There's th* brown of t)M atubUe 

where quail sound the trj, 
Tlicre are ciiuuion iind ooaaft that 

i ide down the tky; 
But thrown on the viSlOB thatflainw 

with Us hue. 
Hr fftvwtta ealpr Is UngfUher's blue. 



DODGEB UPRISING 
Whoere^ happens to finally sur- 
round and take this National League 
pennnant by surprirc in the course 
of the next ten days, there is noth- 
ing to do except sUp the chaplet of 
wild mountain laurel to the Dodgers 
for their part In the show. 

A few %eek.a ago Ihey iiad the 
pennant won. They they blew li 
over the precipice and from a four 
or five-game lead dropped monl'thBa 
six games behind. They took the 
bumps to the aceompaniment of 
hoarse guffaws aU along the line. 
But In place of purling up .md quit- 
ting, who WR-. It that tum<>d and 
scrambled back again wltli a 



tlie golfer now trying to win his 
fourui and final asMgomrm «t the 
aeaaon. 

TUlnt in the general situation, 
this Ihoakl be the easiest of the four 
tournaments, but it is ofti n ju.si un- 
der such conditions tiui- i.-? i-id 
pips falls acrc,s.s one.s ;i«'<U .St 
Andj-p*.^ Hoylake and Int-i lacien 
all i)rc.Mnittd Rreater difn^■ultlp^ con- 
sidering ail the circiimstances, but 
goU is no game to tdl» $m flMtod. 
no matter who the entry Is. A year 
•go Jones had just broken the tourse 
record at Pebble Beach In Uirre 
straight rounds, wjly to mil m his 
first match before a young golfer 
liardly known outside of hi.s o An du- 
trlct. And that is the way golf 
works. The ambuscade Is alwaj's set. 

The fleld at Merlon wlU be un- 
usually strong, for there are vouug 
staxs oomlng along with a rush who 
may be eepeeJaUy dangerou<t in 
elghteen-hole matches. And there 
are plenty of veterans who bother 
anybody upon one of their gocd 
day.s. 

The two qualifying rounds w;ll be 
played next Monday and Tuesday 
Then the big scramble oomes on 
Wednesday, with two elghteea<4iole 
matchee, where the neld is cut from 
thirty-two to eight between 9 xm. 
and 6 pjn. * 





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ConipJete Witli 'I iTSr^ 
IT HAS HARMONIC 
AMPUFlfiATION 

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4 TAli SYCAMORl SrRUCH HMT/miG, 



EXPLANATION FOR YESTERDAY'S RIPLEY CARTOON 
"Unele Jin" Webstcr- 'Uncle Jim" Webster, of Forvythe, N.C.. Who Is now eighty- four years old, has 
been carrying a rtlver doUar la his mouth since he was seventeen-slxty-seveti vears without a break The 
old negros supentttlm bocdcn closely upon the heroic, as he beUeves thle practice has brought him his 
good luck and health. This la one of the rnoet remartabto reoinU fC tt» kind thai has ooma to mr atten- 
tion In all my years of searehtag for the curious. ^ *^ 

i The U'orld I.i Comparatively Smoother Than a BllUaid Ball— The Ittaqtialitlai of the iurfaoe of Our ck>be 
its elevations and depression*, dwindle to inslgntfloanse #hen compared to the siee of our earth. The re- 

"»,m,°"i • oorrmpoodtot scale weuM cause the earth to appear superior in smoothness to 

even a Diiiiard call. 

_ l'lea^c address all queries to Cartoonist Ripley, c/o King Features, New York City. N.Y. 



run of vietOTtaef 

answer. 

Now the Dodgen are facing the 
series that may very well tell the 
story, 
three 



CHAMPION S PROBLEM 
Jimmy JohiusLun. tl»e defending 
champion. i.s another title holder 
who has a hard week ahead. John- 
ston Is a line golfer .aad~A.hanl 
fighter and can't be taken too Ughtly. 
He gave Jonee one of his hardest 
flghlB at St Andrews, coming on 
with a closing rush that almo-st 
nipp-'d the v.lnncr at liie wire Th« 
long i St. P^ul .star .should ro a long way 




in this tour^.^Inl lit. ,is he is a fine 
match play golfer who knows how to 
stick. In this connection It Is Inter- 
_ ^ estlng to recall that aU three players 

They Uckle the Cardln"^ Vn IqJ^*!*^'' *° ^^-^^ 

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a single ts right, w^lch seared, 
and there went the hall game. 

The Robins tried v.xllantly to pull 
iiie c me t out of the fire in their 
ha»f cf th:' tenth, and .so nearly 
.ucceedcd that they almost had the 
rcbid roDt'.rj in hyst?rlcs. They 
Uke their baseball seriously in 
Brooklyn, and thla game might 
mean the flag. 

ftOBINS LOAD BASES 
Wright almost put the ball In the 
bl^fizhers. but it didn't bound qulto 
iar enough and went for a double. 
It looked good, anyway. A man 
on sss:nd with nobody out It 
looked better vhen Bls-sonette got 
a b?-3 on ballE. and Hendrlck sacri- 
ficed. r.O'vcr.i batted for Firm, 
and It wa.i then that Street re- 
."^ortid ti .slraiesy. He ordered 
Flo- crj passed, puUcd his infield 
back and tcok a ganMe on a double 
play. 

With a hitter sueh as Lopes np. 
It was toneh and go. High was 
placing third, and Adams Short, 

and it was .^dpms who saved the 
ball gam-. I opez hit to him so 
sharply that the ball almoNt got 
{>nny from him. but he grabbed 
If Btit of the alj. ahot It to Frisch 
in linir to get Flowers at sccood. 
:\n^ rrlsch whipped It to firat 
lu^lf a ctop ahead of Lopes. It 
wat small wonder that Adams 
and Prifch danced off the fleld 
with thslr arms aroMd each 
( t^rr. That was a gnat game to 
win. 

K^llphon. the left hander who 
i's-1 to pitch In Blnghamton. didn t 
live rp lo his name of "Wild Bill." 
He r.'a<-. a*: steady as a mountain. 
For ssvcn Inninga he allowed 
neither a hit ncr nm; for six in- 
nings a man never got to first on 
him. He was twirling champion- 
ship ball. Vance, too, pitched well, 
striking rut mnn o.ft'r n^an when 
danger threatened, but h" was 
sived more than once bv iir iiiant 
fielding. » !■; u. r: 

•St. Louis 1 7 1 

Brooklyn 0 3 

Batteries— Halfahan and 
cuso; Vance and Lopei. 

(Cinidlan Prektt 
Phillies Nose Out Pirates 
PHILADELPHIA. Sept. 19.— The 
Pittsburgh PIrrte.s and 'Phillies 
battled ten Innings today before the* 
Phihs won. 1| to M. R. H. E. 

Pittsburgh ..14 aa 3 

PhlUdelphia 15 16 2 

Batteries — Prench. Sp?n«er, 
Wood. Moeei and Bool; WUloughby. 
Hanson. BlloCt ant Davia, Mc- 
f^urdy. 

Olanto Shateat Cafes 

NEW YOR , aept IS.— Carl 
lubbell pitched three-hit ball to* 
day to give the Olants a 7 to 0 de- 
cision over the Cubs The Giants 
touched Petty and his two succes- 
sors for nlne^ bloirs, but five of the 
nms were scored off Osbom and 
■ Voison in the eighth on only one 
It Lindstrom and Allen hit 
'>mers for the Olanta. R H E 

filcego ^ §33 

New York 7 t n 

aatterlae P etty. Oshnrn. Nelson 
and Bartnett; Hu) 'ogan. 
AMERICAN Li.At^Lb 
CHICAGO, Bcpt. If — The Ath- 
letics bounded doaer to another 
American Leagne pennant today by 
winning a double-header fras) the 
Whito iex. and stretehbig their lead 
over the idle Senators to eight 
games. "Lefty" Orove pitched his 
''^enty-seveiiih vl(i'>rv to win the 
Hist game. C to 4, while BUI Shores 
pitched the lanatf gaaae, n m to 3 
win. 
rirat game- 



Batteries— Orove and Cbohrane; 
Thomas and Henllne. 

Second game— r. h. E. 

Philadelphia lo lO 0 

Chicago 2 10 1 

Batteries— Shores and Cochrane; 
Braxton. Walsh. Wehde and llate. 
Yanka Slaughter Browns 

St. LOUIS, Sept. 16 — Scoring all 
their runs in the fir.st five innings, 
the New York Yankees .slauKhtered 
the Browns by a 19 to lo .si oi r m 
the series opener today. Ooslln .ind 
BchulU hit bonitn for st loui. 

R. H. E. 

New York 19 23 i 

St. Louis 10 11 4 

Batteries — Olbeon. Wells. Uc- 
Evoy and Dickey, Jorfens; Blae- 
holder, Kimsey. Stiles and nrrell. 

Tigers Stop Bad 8ox 

Di'^ruoTT. .Sept 18.— The Detroit 

Tlgci: ilrirntrd the Red Sox. 7 to 6, 

in the aeries opener here today. 

R. R. E. 

Boston I 10 0 

Detroit 7 10 3 

Batteries— Gaston. Russrtl and 
Hevlng; Hoyt and Hayworth. 

Washington at Cleveland, ne«t- 
ponsd. rain. 

COAST LEAGUE 

At Snn Pln sai W B R. H. E. 

Hollywood 7 .15 2 

San Fr.iiiclsc^ 4 8 3 

Batteries— Shellenhafk OBd Sas- 
sier; Jscobs, Turpta and Gaston 
At Los Angeles: . R. H. b. 

Missions 0 3 3 

Los Angeles ' 12 12 0 

Batteries — T. Pillette. Johnson 
and Brenscl: Yerkes and SklfT. 
At Sacramento: R, h. E 







Nippon Ptfleen Glvou Beeeption 
by VIeleito lapaneee 
elatloa 



. Members of the Imperial Japs- 
'nese Rugby team and officials of 
the Victoria Rugby Union were the 
guests at a ban(|uet last night at 
the City Temple Hall, tendered by 
the Victoria Japanese Association. 
Over 100 attended the function, 
which was a great success. 

Mr. ishll weloomed the visitors 
on behalf of the assodatioo and 
hoped they would have an enjoy- 
able visit while In the city t ks- 
wami. manager of the Nippons. re- 
plied, thanking Mr IshU for the 
association's hcspitality. 

H. J. Ketchen, .secretary of the 
British Columbia Rugby Union, and 
V. L Denton, president of the tocal 
b3dy, made short ^Meches. Miss 
Kayama gave a vloUn soto. while 
songs by the Victoria Japenese 
brought th^ evening to a elOM. 

Koseliih (iiul linntrr 
Wit; ( f/H iiin v Mtitchos 
In Pro ISet Tourney 



Oakland 2 

Sacramento . 3 

Batteries Craghead and 
bardl; Thomas and Koehler. 

At SeatUe: R. 

Portland 1 

Seattle a 

Batterie.'? — Ortmnn and 
sano; Kallio i- ! t' . r ,: ^ 



6 1 . 

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H. E. 
7 1 
9 0 
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Sammy Mundvll 

From Mickey O iSeill 

JANB9VILLB. Wis.. Sept 16- 
Sammp Mandell. former light- 
weight champion, ^nn the decision 
over Mickey O'Neill, .Mllv, arikre, In 
a ten-round flfrht st the fair 
grounds here las', night. Mandell 
weighed 142 1-3 and OTteiU 139. 



FORE-ST HILLS. N Y . Sr>p( 16-- 
Fomi held its own at the opening 
of the fourth annual American pro- 
lawn tennis champion- 
ship today as Karel Koeeluh. of 
Csechoclovskla. defendening cham- 
pton. and Vincent Rlcharda, of New 
■York advanced without trouUe. 

Kozehih eliminated Captain Va- 
lerian Vavot ky. a one-time Rus- 
sian no'.)lemr.n now coaching at 
White Sulph r Springs. W. Va.. 
6-1. 6-0. «-0. While Richards put out 
two rivals. John Oollcm. of Balti- 
more, 6-1. 6-4, 7-5, and John Card- 
gene, Ardaley, N Y.. 6-0. 6-2. 6-3. 

The field of ."iiNteen s'irvi\ors will 
go into action in the third r9und 
tomorrow, and the fuft round df 
doubles also will be played. 



bound to snap, if not to cave In. 
Both can't keep tlie wild rampage 
they have been on. and tjefore this 
series Is over the entire dty of 
Brooklyn will be spinning around 
like a top. Win, loee or draw, the 
Dodgers have done a oig job. Th-y 
have proved their courage at a tough 
apot, where it was fairly simple tj 
quit and call it a season ten dava 
agp. 

THE roUBTH STAND 
Bobby Jonas 4s now on his we.y to 
Merlon Just fourteen rears after his 
flnt start for the Phlladrjphiii bat- 
tleScld. He Is now twic lis old as 
be was on that first visit, whu-ii was 
to launch one of the mo&t lamcus of 
aU careers In afioii. 

The Georgian expect.s to get In 
abotit three days of final inspecJon. 
although Merlon Is a course he 
knows wr"!! and plays well. It is a 
course rrpi^'t-^ ulth .sentiment for 



hand again. Tljey are Tolley. John- 
•too and Voight 



THE HOME Rl'N BATTLE 
In the meanwhile the eminent 
Bab? now ha.s only ten or twelve 
days to overhaul the bounding Hack 
' Wilson, who hopes to run his count 
somewhere Into the middle fifties 
before he cloeas out the year 
.•Hie Babe was moving at his ia.'t- 
est clip until he .stumbled into n 
sudden, uin xpected .slump, and wh,-n 
thi.s happens 1' Lsnt ea.sy to get 
R"ink' a^ain. Tlie iiarder you try, 
the more tension there Is. In this 
elroumsUnce one can't hit home 
runs again untu he gala relaaed. and 
he can't get rcUixed until h* starts 
hitting heme runs. You can see 
from this the size of the p.-oblem th^ 
Babe faces in hi.s last dospera'" rf- 
fort to overtake the big shouldered 
cub who iia.s tjeen carrying the main 
burden of his team's attack in their 
days of trial and trItNilatlQn. 



Upper Islthd 
Soccer Lea 01/^^ 




CUMBERLAND, Sept Ifi -The 
Upper Island Football League came 
into beins here after a well at- 
tended meeting. The^e are seyjorai 
good junior team- in the dLstflct. 
sr.d the sponsors of the jnew league 
will look after the hitcrssts of the 
junior element and afmiafe with 
the British Cohimbta parent body. 
Two teams, at least, will be enteivd 
from Cumb-Tland, and with teanui 
from Quatiiaski Cove. Courtenay 
rnd Union Bay. a moc-ssful season 
Is anticipated. Officers elected 
were Dr. G. K MacNaushto'i. 
MPP. and Th .hb-s Clrahain. hon- 
orary president.' w Whvte. presi- 
dent: w Weir, VIC" pii'sid'^nt; Dan 
no.nnei in.i:i. .secretary - treasurer; 
executive, J. Watson, Ting Bono, J. 
Walters (Union But}, and J, 
field <QasthaaM OSWA. 



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All Boxers Appearlni 
Btotes Not Under OMtrel 
of Body Next Year - 



OMAHA, sept. 16. — A hard. 

smyhlng blow to R.Tln control of 
th: bo.\ing game was dealt by th' 
National Boxing Aesociatlon. i 
session here today, when the dele 
gates to the annual meet paeeed a 
resolution barring boxers who toke 
part In fights in non-member states 
from appearing la mtmhg fUtes 
of the N B A. 

Pasrtng of the resolution was re- 
vealed tonight by Stanley M 
Isaacs, of Cincinnati. 

The resolution, iMMMt aald. reads 
m effect: 

"After .January 1 any boxer that 
pr-rforn.s In New York. Calif.irnla 
Pennf.ylvanla or Ma.'isachiwielts. not 
members of the N.B A , will not be 
used in the N.B A. member states 



ST. LOUIS CARDS 
BUY TWO PLAYERS 
FROM ROCHESTLn 

ROCHBSTER, N.Y., Sept. 1«.- 
The sale of Paul Derringer, pitcher, 
and Oeorge 'Specks' Toporcer. 
■eoond baseman and captain, to the 
St Louis Cardinals, was announced 
today by the Rocnester, Interna- 
tional League. Baseball Club. 



^It t Lin \ O! 

Tboktg tlcelhr j«i irr running 
fowia great nunii rm up iho 
Eel Rireran.1 Klainaih Kirer. 

Yva'ni mtramf iMIVsg (paH Vhaa m« 
raMi I.. «:«II1mbU \m Mich Aiil wSk 
ikM valiaai hatiUr.. Vrita 1m tMa> 
Uu, aad 4MmH» «• M«ath«S'«6itft| 
Mian - ra>T m raark 




iluinSoliii i. mm 
r.aard of TrW 
KaraSa. 



4- 



BURBER 





Many Brands 
Many Prices 

But Do Not Bf 




TkfM^ Only One 

GOMVIM 

PORT 

' k 30 ycara in 
wood sad told in 
WcUt* only. 

Ask fw Cbnrido 



Mrs. WaUon Wins 

^4^ Class lluiiors 
in Medui 1 ourney 

With a grcss score of 183. which, 
with her handicap of 34. reduced 
to a net total of 149. Mrs. WMaon 
captured the thirty-six hole earn- 
petition at the Vtetoria Golf Chib 
In the "A" elasa. The first round 
was played on September f and the 
•eoond elghtaen ywterday. Mrs. c 
E. WllseB was eeeond with a score 

of 191-40-151. 

In the "B" class. Mi.ss Benaon, 
Mrs King and Mrs Beatle were i 
bracketed in first place with net 
scores of IM. Miss Benson checked 
hooie with a card of 194-44-150; 
Mrs. Kins With a total of lM-4t-150. 
and Hn. BmUo fhilalna with 



STRiyiiiANii 
OUM AI Mil 



JASPER PARK LOI^iOE. Alta 
Sept. 18-C;ardiner Wiiite, New 
York, won the medal In tiie quali- 
fying round m the fifth annual 
totem pole amateur golf tournament 
today with a 73 This score Is three 
over par. Freddie Wood, of Van- i 
couvcr, was runaer-up with a card 
of 74. which included two slMi. 

Harry Jones, original wtaiMr of 
the Totem Pole Traphy. tumad In 
a card of M. imt poelMon he 
shared with MM&^^^pgary 
runner-up to WHH^^WPe^last 
year. Geort^e Black Jr of Winni- 
peg, had an M sharing the place 
with C; F Baird of New York, and 
Alex. Stralth of Victoria J. H. 
Wilson, of VirtoriR h<-»d an fJo. 



Mrs. Uulchin^s 
Goes Under in 
Canadian Golf 





COATS 

• • . a Britldh product 
world-famouB lor 
quality and stylo 

The lAtcst modcN . . . cut 
and tailorrd with llie expert 
totirh of l.on'Ion.s 1lla^tr^ 
crait.«^nicn . . . invite \our 
^ attention today! The band- 
some nru' tweeds, home*' 
.Hjnin<i. cashmeres and canidl 
hair cloth.s are of that, HutH 
'x'lrl h\_''r. t.u ' ,' I of fine- 
ness uhicli h.is won a world- 
wide rejMitAtion for vvariutli 
without wci^'ht. Prices 
r.niirjr frfiin 



'47 



.50 



IMPORTED 
AARRI8 TWEBD 
GOLF SUlfl 

■(4-piece) 
.ire priced from ■ 

•52 

Headqt-^ara for Brideh 

WeoTlene 



This advertisement is not pub* 
liahcd or displayed hf Iht 
Liquor Con r Hoard or by 



DUNCAN NLT CLUB 
ENTERS PLAY-OFFS 
m THIRD DIVISION 



LAVAL BUR-LE-LAC, Que,. Sept 
l« -Sole ihrea' of the We.st for the 
i Canadian ladles' open goif crown 
Mrs. Vera Hutchlngs, of Vancfiuver. 
faded from the championship pir- 
ture today Ijefore the sl'^adlness of 
a New York player. Mrs R. C. Lake. 
The Unii<-d States contender won 
over Mrs. Hutchlngs in a first round 
match that was ctose all the way. i 
only aftor fotnt to tBa ninet tenth 



& J. 




ON 




IkWM SM 



I 



ioj: yrrsNTLEs to meet 



XyONCAN, tffH. 16— Duncan Ten-' A mr-ting of the r^nn of Er.g'.and i 
nlsr'Mr-- iv'.i rllMM.n team en- .tilvenile F<vt^ia|| riub fill |»r i.^id 
tared th- t in , -oits by s 1&-9 victory tonight at 7 30 o'clock in the SX>Z. 
A!madal« CMh, 9t VtotOVla. I Hall Broad .SireOti AU ShMM are 

jresUnlay. askad to 



1,000 IMNm for NoMns 

1 have completed over I.OCK) 
C.C.M. Bicycle without anv 
r>f expenae, (Signed ) ' 



miles nn 

nirrli J nil j I repa 



ROBINSON' 



12?0 Broad St. 
Colonist 




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12 



THE DAILY COLOXIST. VICTORIA. BC WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1930 




ciss sent 





* IN AOiRIILTr 



Collision Occurred in Lions 
Qat« During Month of 
May 

-V. ■ 

BOTH SIDES ALLEGE 
FAULTY NAVIQATtON 

VANCUUVKK. tiepl. 16. -ArlsUJ^ 

o«t of • oolttilen In Um Umm <IM< 

on Mav 27 ;ii!'f in\ohliii,' (iamai; ■ 
cliilm.- ■ '^;tO 0(K1 Is an it: tin. i 

V. I '!( Ii , I ' ! i in Adnilni!! , 
>'niiri (. <1. > belore Mr, Jusiice Mm - 

All 

Frank WaUrbouae A Co., ot OftU- < 
id» Ltd.. elaliM •lOMt tnm ttwi 

Ij****"*' chare. „r th^ 

jwmtw, Ktnidcy N»y|g»Uoii Co., ut i p Nmuno 
Okltfornla. In a croaa action. cUtin d,,,, , i d < 
PO.000 from the mototthtp Wateo. l, ,v,i., „ ' t 
The 1 440 !.,, ship Tezada. In-! 



Captain Dollar 
6'oe« to Orient 

y^^APTAIN Robert Dollar. 
V - pre«ldeiu ol the Dollar 
HU*m*hlp Company, arrived 
In Seattle jraatcrdajr inm flU) 
Fnndaoo to aUrt Ms tMrlgp- 
Unt Mp to tha Orient. He 
tHB 8M aaturday on the 6a. 
President Grant with his wii<- 
a niece, Mua Jes.i'p Proud foot, 
and hi* .vvretary. H »-i o 1 d 
niompaon He uill he thr 
Kuest at .-♦•vcral luru hetu,.- m 
Ills hoiuu ch.iinK tiip n< - '. If u 
d.iy.t Capfain aiid Mx\ Divlin 
I I'! 'iTHU'd 'hell liliv .MxtM 
u 'ddiri- iim,lv,-i.-.nr y at thrir 
home U) Hmu R«X»el on 8cp- 
toBibcr II. Mn. I>alUr hu 
accompanied bar busband on 
all bi* lodff trtpa. Includ'.nt 
five voyafw arcund the world. 
Th*' R-eaWent Orant will 
berth at r.nhf picr< a' 4 
o'clock fc'Jkturdai alleruJoii. 

proeeedlnt to aa« two 
lotor. 



■f 



STILL^RYING - 



By Ed Hughes 



ri Hi;)!-; 

' I r. I 11 'I 



ward bound f'< iii New Westminster, 



Bryden. 



H 

The Judg,- 



n u , 

"li:>( J';; t •; a; . 

D' .v.'; and H. 
tills appclal 



r II inii^lpr. col- ! 

t '<i 1 lain A vS 
a. cutward- 
I lu rolUslon 
way be 



A Irnnc 
llded wHh hiiiiik 

''<> ': »■;•) I. !i II 

r^tldi'Il ! W ■ 

loijiid ''I l-,.^ ,11111 :t 
( un 1 (1 af 1'! 17! ; - 
Iween Prijs')?ct Puiiii and Broakton 
Point. 

Negligent navigation la alleged by 
Frank Waterhouae * Co. «ta>n&t| 
ttaa Tends, and a ^mllar aBaiktionl 
la HMda bf Klngaley Navifatlon Co.i 
U T • • ' the Watco. 

SAANirHYXHIBTTFON 
ONCL MORE DISPLAYS 
- EXCEPTIONAL MERIT 



I contwt wUl bo •!. MacFarlane and 

I IX 



nfic t-d also far 
If .'l la-..i laddie 



Prizes are brUin 
'.i\r bp.<;t -dre^.srd 

aiii' . < 

WI.NNEKS AUJtUOLiU 
Oarden produce of all kinds makes 
the table exhibits wonderfully at- 
tractive, and George Little, wlnnrr 
of the J W Tolmle silver cliallrniip 
cup. given by Dr S. F. Tolmle for 
the best collc< iif>n of vegetables, has 
one of the most tempting displays; 
Oeorge 8. Poison also making an 
outitandlnc dlaplay with the collec- 
tion which won the special prlie 
given tar ttM South Baanlcb Fkrm« 
era' mstitate, and H. Pistell with > 
apaoe filled with fine vegetables took 
the Agricultural society's cup. 

The domestic science work. Judged 
by Mn. McMurdo, la a great credit 
to the women of bMnMi dbtrlct 




ADVISE NEW ROAD AI 
MOUNIim 





As oaual the ladtea OMl&taln their ^'^""'!J2'*» ^wf*^*" 

tteuUrly good at thlc w ■on. 

Mr. Kagger, who Judged the egg 
entries, says the quality is exoep- 



C'lntlnaed from Page I 

t weiay event* for boys and girls, and 
Highland events. Including the 
dancing of the Highland lUog. sword 
laAce. seann Trbihhaa, .■aotoii raal. ; reputatlOM aa splendid 
Irish ^ and aallon^ hc«npipe ; ; The competition In this section U 
-^andng events for children under : always keen, as In the biscuits, 

' elvp. Htr! . p. « vfnts TTie serrr- fruit rakea and Jam.^ and jellies. Mrs. • '^o'^^l'y toe, as good as that found 
:.iry ann. uii. i d v> sterday that an ' Mc Murdo, who has done a «reat ' any of the larger fairs. There 
ronipf-titlon had been deal of Judging on the I.sland this i about forty-six entries In this 

Summer, states that the SaaruLh "ct'on and the standard Indicates 
housewives are aIino.st the only ones rtniarkable improvement both in 
who make excellent biscuits and respect of quality and grading, 
rolls for exhibition, competitors NCBDLrrWOBK 

SST-iSS?"" ^ The nopdlework. Judged by Mrs. 

F»br disptays by over-toenneas andl Abbutt .shows great industry on the 
the use of too much baking pov.der ^ 



1. H. PUtall: 3, 



5—1. a w 



additional 



idded to the Hlkhiand events, this 
to be a (JiplnK c >nte.st open to any- 
uiid»"r twenty-one years of age. 
I i.. arousing much Interest 
aiiioiig local pipers and competitors 
are Arriving frqm as far awa/ as 
VallMivM-. ,The fkst prise will be 

a JfUU medal, given by Gordon | Among the roveltles In the cake 
Dou^gg; qt fiaanichton. and second .sec tion is an k ed cake representing 
and third' medals have been offered ' 
by Messrs. Seattle & Horth, Deep 
Cove. All entries Ln this section will 
^ taken on the Held, llioae In 



an Eskimo home, with Igloo and 
baby Eskimo.s complete 

For a country fair the cut flowers 
are highly credltabte and give a very 



MARXELL 

Three Star 

BRANDY 





part of Saanich needlewomen. One 
Is struck, however, by the fact that 
a boy, George 8. Poison, won second 
prlae In class Hi. for dandng a 
atoddat. and alio by the absenco 
of any entries in the dressed dell 
class, a claas which in days gone >>y 
was one of the mi^ist popular. There 
were no entries this year in 
the hand-hemstilrhcd handkerchief, 
beaded bag. hooked wool rug, or 
wool -embroidered picture classes. 
The Royal Oak Women's InsUtute 
v;cn first pilM la tba wool com- 
forter dasB. and Mrs. e. McCludoe 
took the qieelal prlae donated 1^ the 
Women's Institute at Lake HIU for 
Uie best-made man s shirt. 
JVDGDfO KWULTS 
Following are the reasKa of the 
judging to date: 

GRAINS, aRASSES. HCEDS. ETC. 
h**!! whrat. half-bunhrl ~ I . o. W Mal- 
rc.m J. W D. MItchrll k Roni. 



BprliK «-heat, 
Harrap. 



halt-buihrl 



1. T. K. 



Whlt» oals. h«ir-bu»hd-I. T. 8. Llntfr 
W. D MlchfU A Bonn. 

FltM p«at. rolored. half-bushel— 1. T K 
Harraat t. ■. Brtwrttr. 

Barl»y. haU-hiutel— 1. X. Br« water: J. 
Al-'i I Htycr. 

i>;<nv IS Ma.— 1, o«ont Nmvm: a. Mr*, 
w J Biirkrr. 

' "rii Nortli«r»t Priit. IS Ktalka— 1, K. 
MaeOllllvray; J. C R. Wllaon. 

o«rii.*Lont(eUow. at>«^ IS alaik*— 1, Sd 
RsMr: 1. C. R. Wtlaon. 
Corn. Acaf. any oUmt rarWty, n stalks 
1. Ed RaMr: S. H. arawatcr. 
Seed corn on cob, on» (1or»"i rar» — l. 
Pcler McNab: I. Ed Rapir 

flheaf oals. not leas than R in diam - 
1. C. E. KInt: 3. 8. Bplarford. 
Shaaf wheat, not laM than • In. dlam — 



I. W D. MIeiMU * ionai S. O. W. Maleoim. 
Bunflewera. 3 atalka fentc*— I, A dbrdon 

Wllnon; 8. C R Wllnon. 



This advertisement is net published or displayed by the Liquor 
^ the Government of British Columbia. 



Thouaand-hradrd kale, 1 ^ai— 1. Prmnk 
r.iiiirr J. flforte Cliff 

Rprrli], donated br Whilhv * BUkr 
hilinc rxprrta. Weal Road: Best bale ot 
(imothy hay— 1, W. O. MMmU * Sena. 

Beat j>ala of tloMUty aad elevar hay— I, 
w. D. Ulehall * - 



W. Mai- 



mta BOOTS roB stock 

Tumipa. Swede. >— 1, lira. Oavta Jaek: 
3. OaartJ Ollff. 

ManteU. fliudatruf, S— 1, O. 
aolia: 3. H Pistell. 



TARIFF ADVANCES 



Brant Forde 
Blanket 

PRICES UNCHANGED 



ManieU. lont red. 

Alpxandrr N Scott 

Manac.s. yrllo» Inlrrmedialr 
Malcolm ]. N ()\iii:rr 

Manirla. Olobe. » -1, H. Pistell; 2, O W 
Malcolm. 

Mancelib autar. ^1, M. Oanton; 3, H 
PtalaU. 

PuMpklaa. 1. haavlM^l, Ml« 1>. Mur- 
phy: 3, Oaairta S. Folaon. 
Squaato. 1. haaviaat— I. M Dean 
Carrots, white lon<. William O 

niaht: 3. A M Scott 

Carrots, red intermedlata. 5 — 1, A. M 
So«tt: X, B. Ftstall. 

Carrots. yaOew. A. M. Seatt: I. WU- 
llam O. FllsM. 
carrotn. loaa rMU I. W. O. rMaM: 3. 

A. M. Bcott 

CarrotK. lnt!>rm-(llatr wtUttt I — li H 
PIstr!!: ?. W. O. Ftlsbl. 
Catibri-r, 1. lartMiol. OMfsa UtUt! S. 

R. Pistell 

SHtar bMU. »— 1. A M. BMlti 1, VTaak 

BuUn. 

rOTATOSS 

special, tivan by tha SwiUi Baanleh 

farmers' Inttltute. for bes' exhibit of 
2i lbs of potatoes of any VM r,'>ly - 1. Oeorgf 
Cliff. 3. donated by W. O. MlchelU T. J. 
Unter. 

White. Early St. 0««r*t. Sarly Surprlae 
or Irl^h Cobbler. 3S Iba— 1. W D MIchell 
Bon-, 2. Oeorce Cliff. 
Red. Early Ohio or Early Rose. 2» lbs.— 
1, M Dean: 3. Edward Raper. 

Any other yarlely. early potato— I. 
Oeorae CUM: 3. r T Tapscolt 

Sir waltor Balelah. 3) lbs.- i. P. T. 
Tapscntt: 3. W. O. MMmII * Sana. 

Burbnnk. U ftS^l. A M. •Betit S. P. 
T. Tnpscott. 

Netted Oem. 35 Ibt— 1, A. M. Scott: 
3, F T. Tapacott. 

Up-to-nate. Ii lbs.— 1. Ocorte Cliff: 3. 
W D MIcl-.ell *i Sons. 

Anv dth'r \i'r:ety. ute potato. 25 lbs. 
- 1 I : I r f iff ? w n MIchell * Sons. 
(.^RDIS raoUl C'E rOR TABLE 
\ rtetahle* 

Tommn-., iii(i«n under ilass. • — 1. O. 
LUlle 3. (, Neevei 3, H Pistell. 

Tomatoe;. arown In open, •— 1. W. L. 
Sea: 3. O Neeveo. }. J T Mster 

Onionr.. picklln*. white. I pint I. J A. 
Nunn: 3. O Neevca: 3. W. O. PUsht. 

Onions, plckllna. red. 1 Slat— t. O 
Little: 3. J. A Ifunn. 

Onions, red. 5—1. O Utile: 3, O. P. 
Heal: I. A W Bcott. 

Onions, white, 5—1. J A. Nunn: 3. O. 
Utile. 

Onions, yellow or bro n. 5 — 1. H. l>. 
Colon: 3. W. L. Bea: I. Mrs. Oanas. 
Shallots. 13—1. J M. Maieolai: 1. o. 

Neeves 3. T n Mnfer 

Special. (1on»i<-d by W .1 Savory. Vic- 
toria, for 1 largest onions — 1, C. S. 
Jeffery: 3. Mra. Darcus. 

Beets, lens. B— I. R. Pls(«lh %, A. M. 
Senth: 3. O. Utile 

Beets, (lobe. 5- I. n l.iiile. S. W. D. 
MIchell: 3. Mrs. W. J. Barker. 
Tumipa. wlilto ttobo. •— O. Uttla. 
Tumipa. yallow eloba. S— O. Utile 
Carrots, nhorthorn. S-l. H. Plslell: 3. 
r. l.lttif 3. W J Barker 

Carrots. Intermediate, S— I. O. Ultft: 
3. W. W. MIchcU: S. i. A. RllttB. 

Oarrota. lona. S— I. A. M. Oeett: 9. H. 
Platell: r. Frank Butler. 

Paranlpn. hollow crown. S— l. A M 
Seott: 3, a Neeyea; 3. Allan Jaffery. 
Laeka. s—i. aeorae Utile 
Miiskiinelon. 3—1.' OiTln Jack; >, M. 
Dean: 3. OaorSO MSlMllB. 

Watermelon, K-k OMrsa MalMlBii t. 
Oavin Jack. 

Vetetable maryow. sroan. S— 1. O. titUa: 
2. A »t Scott: 3. J. A Mann. 

VevetaMe mitrrow. wMt* ST SeltaW. S— 

1 Mr* 2. Mra. A. H. Bestt: t. 

M. w .T Barker 

~^'i'ia>h. Hubbard, areen. 1-1. M. Oiaa: 
J. Mrs Dsrcus; 3. J A Nunn. 

Squash, Hubbard, aoiden. 1—1. A. M 
Seott: 3. W. D. MIchell. 

Squash, scalloped. 2 1. M Dean: 3, 
J A Nunn: S. O Neeven 

Citrons. 3—1. W. K. Poison 
MiehoU: a O. MooToa. 

Pumpktaa, t— 1. W. B. Polaoii! t> i. A. 
Nunn. 

Summer cabbage. } I. Oayln AMk; t. 
Oeorge UtUe. 3. W O. riuht. 

Winter eakbasa. 3—1. Oeorae Uttla: 3. 
H Platell: 3. Mra. W J. Barker 

Savoy cabboae. 3 1 W O Pllaht, 3. 
Mls« P Miirphy. 3. Oeorae Little 

Red cabbage. 3—1. Oeors* Uttle: 3. Mra 
w J. Barker. 

raqlinewer. S— 1. Oeette Utlla. 

'UiifiseU sprouta. 3—1, OavIn Jack: 3. 
' LInter 

(. elery. 3 bun'-hes — 1. Oeorae Little: 8. 
Orome Neeves 3. W. O. Plitlll 

Letture. cabbage. 3—1. H. PlsMU: 3, 
Oeorge I.lltle 3. w O. rMeht. 

Let-.UCe. rn;. 2 '. O. littttl S. W. O. 

Trht 7 ff PHtell 

• rrt rorn, yellow. I cars I, M. OtSai 
I A Dunn. 3. A. M Bcoll. 
' V eel corn, white. I eara— 3. Oeorge 

•le. 

I Ciioumbers. arown In open, 3—1. J A 
Nunn 2. W O riight 

' Cucumbers. p|r-kllng. I quart — 1. W. L 
(:ea: 3. Oeone Little 

Special. roUection of veaelablee — 1 
<J W Tolmle Silver ChaUenae Cup. min- 
iature cip donated by Hon. Dr B F 
Tolirlr', f leprae Little; 3 Itlren by 
Auriciil'ural So.-lety), B. Platoll: S <atvtn 

by South saanica PanMnT laatMaU). 
Otorte S. Polaan. 



3, w. W. 



The Siingsby Manufacturing 

Co., Ltd. 



Tit'roldered table contra, whita — 1. 
,fiirel MIchell 2. Mra D Carl. 

Pmhrnlflerad table centra, aolorad— 1, 
A Ad<m» 2. O H Ramsay. 

Tea cloth with crochet bordar — 1. Mrs 
A. M. Bswman. X Mra. O. Bar]. 

Bmbroidered tea dotk — 1, Marvaret 
MIchell 3. Mellie Btyan 

Fmhrnidered pillnw sUpa. pair— t, Mas 
D. Borden. 3. Doorthy CMIman 

Baat aaabroldered aofa cuahlon. mado «a 
-1. Mra. O. C. Ltaaproelit. a. MaraatM 

Mlrhall. 

Kmbroidsrad eaaal tava^t aad S. Mra. 

D Bar! 

Boudoir pillow -1. Mra. O H Ramsay 
Mlaa Alma Hayar aad Mra. A. Barker Uod 



' crochet adsa^l. M>m Alma L Heyer: 3. 
' Mr V. SaraUt. 

Best sai BMUI BaOl ar Bour or ausar 
> sacka— 1, Mra. A. M. Bovaaani X, Iran* 

Witlerton. 
Best piece ^ppllque- 1. Alma L Heyer 
Best collection coiisutlng of three em- 
I broldered articles and three crochet 
artiolw-l, Mrs. O. B. B atda u ; S, Margarat 
I MlolMn. 

Bureau scarf 1. Margaret MIchell; S, 
Mra. O H Ram&ay 
1 Hand hemntltched handkerchief- 1, Mlaa 
Aim* L. Heyer 
Norelty quiUlna (cushion or bag)— 1. 
I Mra. N. MaoOUUvrar: a Mta. A. Darkls. 

Bama work— >. Mra. A. OarUs kod Mr*. 
I D. Sari f ad. 

I Bmall lams ihada (koaMr>— 1. Marsaret 

! MIchell. 

I Special, donated by the Lake Hill 
Women'a InatUule. for beat made man s 
*lrt— 1, Mra. B. M. MoOladati t, Mlaa 
AIM U. Hayar. 

OniA* WOBK 
rsMaaa Taan aa« OaSar) 
Darned atockins— 1, Baaalli Batter ; 8. 
Oaorte S. Palaon. ' 

Best bunch of flowers, beaded — 1, Rosslle 
Cainpt>ell 2 Olhel H«mllton 

Embroidered aofa cuahlon— 1. Irene L 
Butter: a. Alan sluaaatt. 

Enkroldarad auaat towal— 1, Lorraine 
willerton: 3. RoaaBa Batlar. 

Boudoir pillow— li Imo L. CaBipkttI: t. 
Alma Slusgett. 

WOOL IXBIBITS 

Wool comforter — 1. Royal Oak Women's 
Institute: 3. Alma L Heyer 

Knitted aocks— I. Mrs. OavIn Jack: 3. 
Mrs. N. McOllllrray. 

Darned aocks or stoekinas— 1. Mrs. H. 
Mcoiiiiyyar: a Mra. A. U. Bewataa. 

Knitiod awaatar, faaar-^Mra. Oavta 
Jack. 

KnltUd sweater, plain— I, Mrs, A. 
Adaasa: 3. Mra. D. Barl. 

OnabMB dona la wool — 1. Itra. A. 
DafMai % Mn. B. R. aasar. 

PLOWBBS 

Aaparaatia fara plnaioaus— 1. W. Mac- 
Uan; 3. D Karl 

Pachsla— 1. Mrs N. MAcOtUlvray. 
Baaenla. Rex I. Mrs. J. T Harrison: \, 
Mra. N. MaeOllllvray. 

Pern, any variety— 1 and 3, Mrs. C. H. 
Bordon. 

Potted ptent. suitable for dining table— 
1. O H Ramaay. 2. Mm J. M Malcolm. 

Sweet peas. ri>llr. ii>>ri. limited to all 
varlellea— 1. Mrs Neeves. 3. J. 8a,raiat. 

Stoakg. bowl, collection— 1. Aasas MeKar: 
3. Mrs. J. T. Harrison. 

Paiulea. collection — 1, Anctu McKay: 3. 
Mrs. P. N. Borden. 

Carnations, collection — !. Mrs V/ D 
MVhell 3. Mrs J T. Harrison 

Rosea, bowl— 1, Mra. A. >. Ulckford. 3. 
Mra. O. NoeTM. ^ 

Bast roaa in ahow— 1. Mrs. A. B. Btek- 
ford: 3. Mrs n Neeves 

Asters, collection, not more than ten 
blooms— 1. Mrs. Oarvln Jack. 3. Mrs. J. T. 
I Harrison. 

SnapdratOBS. collaetion— 1. P. T. Tap- 
aoott: 3. Mra. J. T Barriaen. 

Cosmos, eollaction — 1. Mrs. i T. Harri- 
son: 3. Mrs. W Lesn: 3, Mrs. E. W. 
Darcus. 

Chrysanthemuma. collection— 1. Ansus 
UeKay; a Mrs. g. It lUrrteon. 3. Mrs. 
A. M. Scott. 

Nasturtiums, bowl-1. tCrs. A. M. Scott; 
3. Mrs. A. Deveson. 

Dahlias, cotlectloa. nA more tliap alx. 
dacorativft-i. J. Baaalair I. B. WU Oowen 
Dahlias, caatitt. coUaetlons not mere 
than ala— I. Mrs. i. 8 Clark 

Dahlias, hybrid cpcias. coUaeUon. not 
more than Ma. donatad br Capital Otty 
Dahlia Company— 1. S. BatMati 9, Mra. 
J. 8 Clark. 

Dahlias, collection, any varletios. not 
more than ten blooms — I. J. Sarslat. 3. 
Mrs. J 6. Clark. 

Special. Pompom dahlias, eolioetlon. 
donated by C E Jeftery. Experlm»ni»l 
Parm, Sidney I. Mrs J 8 Clark 

Annuals, collection, other than ilu>tp ' 
Ust— 1. Mn. i. T. Barrlaon; 3, Mrs. J 8 
Scott. 

Perenatela. eolteetloB, atkar than those 
In iist^l. Mra. i. T. BarrMas S. Aaatu 

McKay. 

Brarlaatlna flowers and sraases. collec- 
tion— I. Mra. B. M. Ooaaea; 3. Mra. O. 
Neeves. 

Oladioii. three gtalka— li Aataa M e » ay; 

2. Mrs A M Scott 

Special, donated by C H McTavlsli. Vic- 
toria, amateura only. reaMenl In North or 



Jeun Dswar; 3. Babs PoUadk; S, 



Jean 



Highland Pling. under 10 years— 1, 
Jean Marsh; 2, Bessie Pollack. 

Sword Dance, 10 to 14 years— 1, 
Jeun Dewar; 3. Babs Pollack. 

Highland Fling, novice— 1, Leta 
Steyn; 2 Isabella Stewart 

Sword Dance, under 10 —1 
Marsh. 

Lillian Grant gave a piping selec- 
tion which was very much appre- 
ciated, and was presented with a 
basket of flowers Iqr Mr. Seoular. A 

foursome reel was given by the fol- 
lowing: Adellru^ Grant. Lillian 
Grant. Jean Marsh and Jeun Dnwar 
Gold, .silver and bronze medals were 
given the winners, and a ^iresenta- 
tion of boxes of chocolates were 
given the reel danosra by the la- 
sutute. 



J. Waddy Tate, the "hot dof ' 
mayor, said at a dinner In Dallas. 

'The past -war .son ftiink.i hini.seU 
superior to his pre-war lather Well, 
he's superior In booee-graftin;: and 
general dissipation, and tluit'{> 
about all. 

•*A cop went with a pre-war 
father to ball out his post-war aon 
the other morning, and on the way 
to the station koues the father said 
good-naturedly: 

" 'Oh. my bey Oeorge la all right. 
Just like me, In fact. The only dif- 
ference between us is that when 1 
I put in a day s work I don't feel 
murh like niniiln round at night, 
and when George puts in a night's 
runnln' round he don't feel much 
like workin' next day." " 



i^". >A,iiK' - (;t,.f ul inspection ef 
.Moiiiii Douglas Park jreslsnlBy 
afternoon, ths Vlsterta • SaaitfsB 
parks and beadMS — nwltlefl de- 
cided to rseeaunaad to ths TIctorta 
City OouBSU the Unmedlate es«» 
struetlen of a new roadway through 
the park proper. 

This action waa Uken to elim- 
tnate what the membrrs of fj»e 
commiitet> i-on.Md<" a ronstant 
danger to childirn ,iue to the 
present lo<-atiGn ni thr roadway. It 

Is propo*Cd t'' ii.,iki the new rOOd 

farther awa\ tiom the beach ao as 
give inr.iT room to the public 
and to childi-en. At prssoiit ths 
I cad way skirts the asa at eloss quar- 
ters and when autos are parksd at 
ths picnic grounds there is a danger 
to enildren croastng and rsertMslng 
'-h* lo ad to and fWmi the beach 

Members of the committee claim 
that the roadway can be built at 
very little cost and wlien tomplrfed 
will giv! a much bettor grade than 
the old road. 

INSPECT PROKKTT 
WhUe at the park grounds, the 

committee made an Inspection and 
an Investigation of recent complaints 
that the park prop-rty was being 
spoiled b\ the removal of gravel, the 
cutting down o tr°-s and the 
presence of goats In the park. Tho 
commit' ee fotind that only tnes 
which were dead and which con- 
stituted a danger bad been removed. 
With retard to the goat,^ tlir rom- 
mlttee was advised th«i ground 
growth In the park area wn.s con- 
sidered a fire hazard and a number 
of sheep were placed in the en- 
closure Aith a view ol cleaning up. 
Tlie sheep did not do the required 
work and they have been replaoed 
by goats, which are permittsd to 
grace in the park under super- 
vision. With regard to the gravel 
naioved from the property, Mayor 
ABseomb and Rseve crouch wlU go 
into conference and sutaH %, WK^ttk 
St a later date. - - — ■ 
j A comnninlcatlon from the At» 
j tomey-General regarding repre.sen- 
, tatlon.s made to him regarding 
' damages to the park, will be replied 
to by the committee. 

Tliose present at the meetli^ 
at lioant Douglas were Mayor 
AnseoBib, Rsevs W. Crouch. Alder- 
men Peden and Worthing ton. coun- 
cillors Borden. Hagan and Somers, 
Frank M. Preston, city engineer of 
Victoria and the 
of .Saanich. 



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CROYDON. Eng. Sept. 16 — Cap- 
' tain F R Matthews, in.structor to 
the London Aeroplane Club, left 
here today In a Moth plane for 
Australia in an attempt to beat 
Bert nnUer's flftetn-day leeonl 
for sueh a fl%ht 




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Sottta Saanloh. Itr boat Ma 
■ladlaB-i, Mra. t. T. Marnaon. 

MOKEY 

Uaht. In J«r» 1. C E Jtttrry 
Amber. In jars- 1, C. B. Jeffery: 
M Dean. • 
Liaht, m eoMb— 1. C. B. Jaffery. 
Aathtr. In oomh— 1. C. B. jeffery. 



Ttro erocbol doyllao— t. Mra D Barl: 3. 
Mar««r<>t Mlc^le!l 

Bedapread anj ile-itn I Mrs O H 
Ramsay. 3. Mrs F W Tomllnpon I. Mra 
E M MeCludoe 

Hand booked ra« ris«— I. Mra. o. B. 
nftm»^> 3. Ahna L. Baaav. 

i.iincheoa aoi— I, MN. O.' a. aafOaa: a 

Nellie Styan 

Buffet .1. Mrs. OL m. aaidaai a 

Maraarot MkahtO. 

Cat wogt-i. Mn, o. a UhnMBi % 
Xaraarat Hiehafl. " 

I.«4y 1 einbret''.ored apm i i, Mrs A M 

'^"M 1. Mrr.. A. M. Bowman 



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ADDITIONAL WINNERS 
AT METCHOSIN FAIR 

MFrmio.*?TN, Sept. 15 — winners 

In th" children's .sports at the Lux- 
toii P:in K.in were a.s follows: 

B'>\ ' ' )p''n. 100 yard*— 1. Malcolm 
Lor 2. Oeorge Lorlmer. 

Qlrls Open. 100 yards— 1, Violet 
Woodruff: 3. Pamela Beaoelt. 

OlrU. 13 to IS years— 1, Violet 
Woodruff: 3. Pamela Bennett. 

Boys. 12 to l.S years 1, Malcolm 
Lortmer; 2, Kenneth Shepherd. 

Oiria. • to 11 yoar»'l, aurley 
Smith. * 
Boys, 1 aad iiBder— 1, JIawy Lsrl- 
'mar. 

Boys, waitte • yeai»-M ioass 

twins. 

Thread the Needle— 1. Itoth An- 
derson and Norma Nell; 3. Alleen 
Hlnck.s and Pamela Bennett. 

Sack Hare^ 1. MalctdM Lectair: 
3, Kenneth Shepherd 

Boys' High Jump -1. Malcolm 
Lorlmer; 3. Oeorge Lorlmsr. 

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THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA, B.d WEDNKSDAY. SEPTE 



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DOMINION 

LAfT TIMB8 TODAY 

The Internationally Famous 
English Stage Artist 

Cyril Maude 

"GRUMPY" 

ALL TALtofO 



RUOOLES 

AU-T»lktB« OeaMdr 

"Hot Air MMdunf* 



CHAS. 

n 4te All 



The llaipibib Supreme 

two At. 



lOHN McCORMACK 



\oT itir oaf MEND! n roR iHiiDKi < 

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CAPITOL 

LAST TIMES TODAY 

Lon Chancv's Jh'irst and 
Oalv Au-T«]king 
MMttrpitctl 

LON 
CHANEY 

THE UNHOLY 
THREE 

wnii 

LILA LCE 

Add«4 Haumi FmIwm •! I(*to 

IIr.,r » ■! Brr- V.ii- All Ttlklni Comrdf 

ill I'l.t K 



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1' i O Vt C I 

Garden" 
A Color ton* Musl- 
ckl lUvue 



Auiilo Kcview 



Hirlil'i Mnlnir. I>«l! 1 1 I-' Noon 

Adallt iOc. i bildren KH- 



MatiBM SSc 



SAYS CORE FOR CANe 
LBE 






Lori 



tai Ucht 0t rnamt 




Stumped by New Alphabet 



rSKK LOOB WAW ■ ii T««r Nuae 
rrlatai Wmtit 

The Capitol Theatr* InvlUi Mr§ W 
Oralry. .>9«3 Alblna Street, *nd two frltndi 
o( bar own cholct. to h« tti shmu kny 
dsy Uto wMk. PUtM tfaUali tbte 
■nd pr«Miit to caibltr. A Na« 
M .rr.inc. Wstek far ttmnl 



I. AST TIMES TODAY 

The Greatest Musical 
Revue in Ytais 

Mai^' HHI Shnwt In Onr! 1,0 

'...,1 Hry, „I .r. 



Show oi Shows 

v\ 11. ,c i .ghtner, Joe E. Brown, 
Frank Fay, Noah Beery, Nick 
Lucas, LouiM FAzcnda, Myrna 
Loy, Iraa* Bordoai 

AMI • MmI ml 0l>m 
Htatte mi ls«t. 4:M. «!« Mi« SiB 

COLUMBIA 



for 

oaaeer nwy be expected t>efore long 
according to I^orcl Moynlhan presl- 

ili-m of IhP Bi UL'iii Mi'ilii:al Aa-VK la 
Lion, and i JmUiuun ol iIm' Koytii 
(■"UrK'- I'l Hiij !{(•(.)!:_ uliD !()iinall> 
iiiitiico the Uaiiiuig RcMarcb In- 
■ 11 .1. ! ilay. 

Uutl UojnOma k qne of the 
world laadnt te the campaign 
•galnat cancer and \<.ii! nditi thr 
Oknadlan Club of loronto on that 

subject tomorruA Alllioujjli lie df 
f lines to talk, ii,)Mn ttic Mibjt-ii until 

Miif !.i -.'Iii.ifcil in' liail 
word vt hope ' lo ofler oa cancer 
cures. 

"So auaflb iWMreh la being done j 
on nnotr dMt w« may ezpeet sorae , 

solution of thO problem betort' hm^ 
he said. "No one i an ti-li vMifn 
-.<iiiii- me win bring lurw.u.: u ,m in i 
Uon Wt know iiiixii juoii- itbout ii. ' 
tlmu V. ( iiKi ;)■.!• years ago u.s h ir 
suit ot iieauneut by nuUum. Thert- 
are cases now — I cohM Blnoit OK 
the word curo d but at any HU al- 
leviated by radium treatment that 
could not be allevla'' • t„f,,n 

He also prophesied i . ,.!,,] i n, r 
ment coon of a <u!r i": Add!" ;: 
disease, which, he said, was at prcb- 
cnt flonsidered most ssrloos. 



PRAISED I 
by critics 
as the 

"YEARS 
GREAT 

EST \ . 

SKNSA- t,*-^ 
TION" 



LAST TXMB8 TODAY 
All Comtdy 



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TREATY INDIANS SAY 
OTHERS ARF SMUGGLED 
INT O TH£IR R ESERVE 

ORILLIA, On*., Sept. 18 — Charf- 
ing that Chief Alder York, who they 
claim Is a nontreaty Indian. Is 
.smuggling nontreaty Indians into 
li» Rama Heserve, near OrlUla, 
Johnny Qeorge. Hughle Nanlgishlng, 
Charlie Oeorgc and sixteen other 
treaty Indians of the neerre. have 
peutloned the Department of Indian 
Affairs asking for the removal from 
nfltee of Chief York and Councillors 
William Morth, Stfii Williams and 
J. B. Stinson. 

Thf p.-'tJtlcn also charges thai 
duel York and his nontreaty .sup- 
porters are taking the land away 
from lu rightful proprietors, the 
treaty Indians, and are forcing them 
out of the reserve given them bjr the 
Oovemment. and into the North: 
also that the treaty Indians are 
being denied loans from their own 

Jimon fund; and that thi.s money 

being given to the nontreaty In- 
dians, le alio au tiM work avau- 
able. 

The treaty India n.s nl.so have writ- 
ten to Premier R. B. Bennett^ en- 
eloslnt wltb the letter a llet of all 
the nontreaty Indians on the re- 
serve, estimated at mote than hall 
the total Indian population of the 
Rama Reserve. 




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.7 



A Turkish Peahant at AiiK"''' VnriAcii as He Views the New Alphabet 
for the First Time When lie Arrived From the Country. 



At The Playhouse^ 



MA 






StPf'pIr ifirhs'' \ ntnrs 

it > I iHiiul on Slum 



3:30 to 4:30 Matinees. 16<} 

7 to 11 P.M. Evantass, 3Sf . li^) 
T«U No. 577 Kiddies. lOf 

Maurice Chevalier 

With SO Other Paramot id Stnrs 

PartMMit M Piradt 

A Snappy Ifudcal Rcvne 
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aM* AewB tor*. aa« saauM MMalMy awar* hw a triwmviial Caaadlaa taw." 

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HILUKUiCTON, N.B„ Sept. 1«.— 
An Interesting memento of the first 
repairs to the steeide of Wilmot 
United OhtuTh In this d^. made In 
1887. was discovered by workmen 
employed In rejuvenating the tall ner BWp 
spire recently A .small .square of ' 
lead covering taken from the wrist 
band of "Tnumb? Up," the large 
hiin;an hand surmounting tlic spire, 
* < found to have In.'scrlbed on It 
the names of James W. Brlggs and 
the late John P. Payne. Hie two 
men were worfelat m the steeple 
when It wae flml ctafed to the top, 
a height of IN feel. Sarty-three 
years ago. 



CAPITOL "Mother" Cotlter. of 
THIATME the M e t r o-Goldwyn- 
Mayer wardrobe de- 
partment, .s?rvtd a.s Lon Chaney's 
model for his Impersonation of a 
woman In "The Unholy Three," his 
only all-talking pieture, now play- 
ing at the Capitol Theatre. Sup- 
porting the star in his dia- 
logue venture, in which he used five 
different voices are Llla Lee, B- 
Itctt Nugent. Harry Earles and 
Ivan Xiaow. 

DOMINION Doris Anderson, who 
THEATRE wrote "The Wolf of 
Wall Street," is the 
author of the screen play, "Orump," 
which the Dominion Theatre will 
present for the last times today, 
with Cyrtl Maude, one of England's 
foremost actors. In the title role 
Miss Anderson made her adaptation 
from the stage comedy of the same 
name by Horace Hodges and 
llMmaa Wlpiey PercyvaL 

c OLUMBIA Monte Blue Is seen In 
THEATRE command of 300 beau- 
ties in one of the 
most delightful of the many acts in 
"Show of Siiows,'* Warner Bros, and 
Vitaphone superrevue in Techni- 
color, showing at the Cohmibia 
Theatre last times today. "Show of 
Shows" outclasses all screen pro- 
dueUons. 



AM USEME NTS 

On the Screen 
Capital— Lon Ohaney In "JiM 

Unholy Thrr'" " 

C o 1 1 s c u m — "Paramount on 
Parade," featuring MMirlee 

Chevalier. 



with an all-star cast 

Dominion — Cyril Maude In 

"Grumpy." 

Playbooae — "Skijiner Steps 
Out." ftanrlnff Oleaa Ttyott. 



— Swimming 



CrysUI 
and Dancing. 



Sometimes when a #lfe explores 
her husband's pockets she gets what 
other explorers look for; enough 
material for a good knt loetorei 



Lloyd Whit lock 
playing an import- 
ant part in "Skin- 
Out," highly entcrtalng 
Unlver.sal talking farce - comedy 
showing at the Playhouse Theatre 
for the last times today, started out 
in life as a civil engineer, which 
profession be abandoned for the 
stage. 



COLUKUM 



Abe Lyman's band 
neCed night club 
phonograph record 
radio and stage musical organiza- 
tion, plays for Nancy Cnrmll num- 
ber In the Intimate, all-,star .screen 
fiollr, "Paramount on Parade," 
which closes a three days' run at 
the CoUMom Theatre today. 



"ATLANTIC" COMLS TO 
COLISEUM SATURDAY 

In filming "Atlantic," the great 
British sea epic, several barges 
were moored around the liner for 
the accomniodat Kill nt h .-.enes of 
cameras, and Charles Rosher ob- 
tained a most fasBlnatlnt shot tram 
a motor launch. In which ho t k 
from below a boat that was beuiR 
lowered right onto the camera, just 
gilding out of the way as the boat 
struck the .water. 

An interesting episode occurred 
when a girl fell Into the water, ap- 
parently by accident, and swam for 
it. On being asked by Dupent how 
she had sUpped. she replied at once: 
"Oh, well, somebody always gets 
hysterical and falls in at a time 
like that, so I thought I would do 

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POPU! AR STARS IN 

"U DIES OF L EISURE" 

Johnnie Walker, member of the 
supporting oast of "Ladles of 
all-talking dra- 



ma of New York night life .showing 
at the Playhouse Theatre next week, 
ha.s a beautiful Ijrric tenor voice 
which he takes on vaudevlUe tours 
every now and then. In I^MUes of 
Leisure." he appears with Barbara 
Stanwyck. Lowell Sherman 



Haiph orarei. 

rectfd. 



"What do you think of Charlie's 
proposing to me when he hasn't 
known me a week'' ' 

"I tiilnk that s the reason." 



SOUND AT f I K )N'* 
and CON TRACT 




IT WILL 
SHOCK- 
THRILL— 
and Dazzle You! 
But How Yoall 
Love It I 



Th- UnaKered Version 
of David Bclasco's 
Pearlcss Stag 0 Hit 




Pre-Emptlve Bids Arc AiaMd Against 
~'' as WeB as Afatast 



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Sweeping the NaUon Like a Tidal Wave 
London Sunday Referee Says 1iA0NIF|CENTl A 
' «. Motion Picture Mastetplecer 

The Great British Sm i^ilcl 

"ATLANTIC" 



COLISHIil 



Seven Days, Commencing Next 
SATURDAY, SEPT. 20 

ADMItStOlf FOR -ATLANTIC 
Adohs M.M - in,- Kve Bo# ChOdren 18# Any Time 

Rsaeived Loges H^^^ k 577— BOOK NOWl 
a«r Tear ^••ij'^rr;"'" «i»eii. loot. .nd n.., t.,t 

•M OooUttau a u«g4 Sua t» rMr ■iinimi Pun 



I , a ii^-uiiar fact that many 
j.iayers who have properly gotten 
Into the habit of making an inde- 
pendent bid in preference to sup- 
porting partner's initial bid of on* 
on three small trumps, or lees, fail 
to recognlae the lack of necessity for 
denjring a pre-emptive bid no mat- 
ter how weak the trump support 
therefor may l>e 

Of course, should the pre-emptive 
bid be non-ttame going In value, a 
take-out with a suit tliat pmoents 
probable game-golnff valMe shoukl 
be made. But If the p t e -< mpU ve 
bid Is hi Itself ganM-flolng. there can 
be no excuse for a take-out wiless 
th* Uke-out bidder holds an abso- 
lutely .sure gani'- In ow!) hand, re 
':'^rfUtM» of any trick that might be- 



taken by the ortffteal p t o -e w pUve 
bidder. 

In the above hand, for example, 
had South opened tha bidding with 
three Hearts. North should have bid 
three Spades at Contract, but if 
South properly nixn, the bidding 
with four Hearts, North should rest 
i content. 

This was an actual deal In a Du 
plicate game, and at nearly half of 
the tables the hand was played at 
either four Spades or five Hearts 
either of which can be defeated 

As a matter of fad. South .should 
never bid five H»irt.s over North's 
four Spades, for the same reason 
that North should never have bid 
four Spades. If North had been fol 
lowing the law of leaving a pre- 
emptive game bM alone except when 
holding a game In his own hand, it 
would appear that certftlnly four, 
probably Ave. possibly .six odd in 
Rpad?s should b,' made, for, grant 
ing the Spade .■^ult to be colld. South 
ha.s the .solid Heart SUlt Wtth a Dla 
mond re-entry. 

If North can stop the Olnbe oh an 
eaiiy round, then the only loeers at 
Spades should be the Ohibs 
prior to such time. As a matter of 
fact, with the Improper bid of four 
Spades and with the ten of Dia- 
monds opened by East. North must 
lose three Otabe and two Spodi 

SALtKNT ronm or nn nnmrno 
r«ntr^ and Anetkm: South, the 
Dealer, mnkes a pre-emptive hid of 
four HearU. which concludes the 



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Crystal fiarden, 



ns PLar 
« West's normal opening is the Ace 

of Clubs. The opening of a minor 
tenaee in Diamonds is. of cour.se, 
very bn'1 opening, while the openlfig 
of B Spade from K-10-9 would 

as bad. Holding a singleton 
I lea It. there Is no reason to assume 
that there is not a posaibility of Bast 
making a trick in that SQlt di 

Souths prc-emptlvo Md. If 

Ehottld held aaoh trtcfc. then ttie lead 
of the MX of RearU wW surely kill 
it. Bast hold.s no high rard in either 
Rpadw or Di • mond.s i'-^ f'on.se 

. not wl": ' 

iea<l nwH> from any raid i.e may 
hold in such suit Accordingly, he 
pUys the Jack of 01nbe on the lint 
trick, askhv WM «• ooi 
suit. Upon entering Dummy with a 
high Chib, Deelarer may discard on* 
of his Dlamonda on the Ace 
Spades, but h? murt eventually loae 
on* Diamond on- Heart 
Club, makli« but four odd. 




Easy monthly payments 

Go to your plumber and get full particulars about this new plaa 
whereby you can install ino^fcm heating and plumbing with only 
t amll initid payinefit, die baltiK* imnthly. 

Think of the convenience ot a srnarr fie\v combination sink and 
laundry tray in your kitchen. Wouldn f on Invr a sparkling new 
bathroom wkh modem Crane fixnircs u. ^if .i; ini u lure or dainty 
OolOrt ... Of a laufldry with builr m nibs and < i f . I I 'liveniences.^ 

> our plumKrr " ;I! 'Ac vou fo i.i ( lanc Lxhibit R<K)m and sho^v 
fhr wtiok :.Ui^c of fiv ires and fitCiogS. You Will bc *UI« 
pii'^cd how inexpensive Liicy a.rc. 

Your plumber, too, will give you an esrimatjc of the GOfnplece OOK 

and make aM irr ormr-f^t Ti u.i'og the p:^\ mf'nts over a term 
of months, i cicpiiunc hun, or drop in and see him today. ' 



-f^CRAN 




905 OovmoMtt Stntt 




Swedish Vessel Arrives 
At JSorwegianPort W Uh 

Last oj Andree Relics 



flLATIK. Norway, flejpl. H/^-Tht 

la;.' tr'.i :f t!-,- A.i 1r, r Polar bal 
toon expedition were orougbl back 
today to th* «erUl which knew them 
tUhy-thrM fmn ago. «ith tita ar 
rival oi the mila Bwadiiii m>Ki 
Xadjoarn from WhM* Xikai. or 
HritOToen. 

'I'hf T.-<lU>Prr li.is ;ib<iard, 

air.oti'; o(h'! iUuK- ihc Mipp ■•fd 
H'tiiii IT. ' t Ki;i!i f-'rankel. Iliird 
nifinb'fi ol 111 AiuiM'" < x;if(nu'in 
put In here ti.; i ■[>.<] • i.^iii.n,; to 
proceed later lodtiy U)w;nd Tronisoe 



:«ltt »Knut StubcBdorf. hai Mid 
tiBnliBM «f ttaa «ipedltlan which 
««nt to the Andrae camp alta after 
It had been dUoorerad ' bar men 

aboard the Bratvaagr. carefully cata- 

scrviiiK t vfi yiuiiii; Joancl remain 
Ing there. 

Among tha mva dlaeovarlas of i 
the Isbjoern #ipedtnoB la a map on 
which U traced In red tha toll- 
same Journey of tha Andree party 
from day to day. forward and back- 
ward like the lines of a selstno- 



Where the relics will be taken aahore f ^^^i'"-'" 

ttrely r»t the mon > of c ;-prlclous 



nd examined by experta. 

RELICS CATALOOUSD 

In the eight days which tlio Isd 



natiii ' 

WUlTb Tit *OLND 

PoaalMy tha moat sensational 



jOUn has used to reach hrrc froin ■ ^^^^ ^ the DOtaa oo the map 
HYtiOVOen the ships maslor. t ap , yjj^j 



Califori 



En)oy a delightful short 
ocean voyage to Call* 
fornia this Summer. 



aS- EMMA ALa]|ANDCB 
m>U7 auadMt St 9 A M. 

MM m. m. r. ai issa in 
■my TMMdar tt i pm. 
iMttl* Dtmt 



the Andrae party 
drifted around on exactly the same 

vpot north of FOyn Iiund where 

'hi- N >*>i:, , >'dy was enacted In 
i.y.:8 I a,' .1.1. .stiibendorf said he 
II ,!ivii| there ouKht to be a great 
ih.ini.<' of finding what was left 
of the NobUe expedition somewhere 
CO the west coast of Franz Joeef 




Sn^aU \ aeht Sviaap Long Overdue 
At South Sea PQri 



StTVA Fi ji Islands. Sept. 17 - Fears were expressed here today 
(oiKPrniiiK the safety of WUllam Albert Roblnaon. on a 
-wiuid \()vHKi Hi the small yacht ^Svaap. whg i^llad fTOKl 
T'ulagi, i:>ul'>ir!nn Mnud^, June XI for BamarU. 

The schix un Frauce left Tulagl June 23 and encouoterad a 
hurricane. The Franee andvad at Samaria three wtgka later, 
while the 8vaap has not yet aMved at tta deatliiatlon. Little Imor- 
niatioTi wHN iivaihiblf ((ir^rrrnin!? the Svaap and It.s iori" ikiviki' 

S.\N A N'( ■!.'>< t ) St pf )i! I,ocal yacht.Miien .■■aul the hi - 
li>-vc<1 Willi:i;i. All":! i:.m: '. cpoi ted ovcrduf at Saiinir.a m 

itn A.:i'<intr.t )v. ,n%patih irum 8uvB, Fill Islands, visited this 
ht«r b..t • H' i' sr I othPT than that no fiiformatlon waa avail- 

able iiere un Uu i lotn glrdli-r 



Great Massi s of Sahnuii , 
k^assed By Island Trap% 
On ]\ ay to 1 1 abet iiicer 




Ticket Offlca: 
rbMM a 




When You Co To 
SAN FRANCISCO 

ITL HOTKI. 

STEWART 

On Cmltt Str«aC iait •« tJnion 
S<iu«rt. Oowiil9W», «kjji» to bwl 
•terM. caMk thwlMS.^ nah dan 

m^xmamoiMUenm at MM4n»fe ratM. 

K»mf>u» rn»Hl« Hr»«l;f«it lOr, «0r, 

"lie . I ,uti' h '■■'>>■ I .'"I iiilny* ■JSi- 1 ; Din- 
ner «: I ■i.i,.t«>« fi '.'.I ^. 
• fi-l .M <; stun • '« 1 ■ ' I t • 



Among the lefeterv' found froaen 
together in Hvltovoen waa a white 
tie, presumably carried by Andree 
himself to have upon his homecom- 
li\g. There Is also a notebook con- 
taining ftmny anecdotes and a small 
book (ontalnlni^ many phrase.s of 
good advice and other remarks. 
PHOTOOEAPH OF FIANCEE 
In the latter bock there Is found 
in Nel.s Strlndberg's handwrltlnR a 
note which would mak" it M f n> ho ' 
thought they at one time were pa.s - , 
Ing Greenland. Several private let- ' 
ters belonging to Strindbcrg also 
were found, still bearing their 
Swedish stamps. A photograph of 
hla flanoee and pictures of previous 
balloon trips alio were discovered. 



An UnpublishrH Portrait of fgloOBan AuKii-.t Andree, WWch W is I'nund 
in the Files oi a Crrman Newspaper. It Wan Mada Shortly Before He 
Left on His Ill-Fated Trip 



Ocean and Coastwise Movements 



Vessel Movements 




mm 

TO PERIL OF SEA 



Tahiti Slaweh aiWi Well Fowd— 
Ceadaet ef <MBe«i 
Crew Praised 




FROM Mo"^ I ^^^ *l. 

•Oel. 17, 'Not. 1« L)uche»» of RIehmon.I 

t««it. J7. tOeU a» M*IU« 

tOct. U UlnneCoM 

•Met sainas at aatfaat 
tNaS aaiUaa al UmpoH 

To ('brrhran-aeataaatlMi.Aatww* 

Oct IV Nov. IS Msatelate 

Oct. 29 Montaalm 

•he*. IK . Meltt* 

'Not r*lll.-ig •( Antwerp 
T* ■•Tr«-LMe«d-Aat«cr» 
Oct. 3 ManteSlm 

v# uvOTaMi 

Wmpt. SS. Oct. M OaelMM of AtlMll 

Ost M Paeksis of To.k 

rsoM vmmo 
To cksrts Ms a istaa»iit»n 

Rept 23 ImarMt ot Au.ttralla 

atpt. M BmptMS o( aeoUand 

Osl. Her. i SawtMS •! France 

To MfW York 

Mov :'t Empress of Aui«tralla 



l ATTI.E. 8fp; 16 — Arrived Adrolrfcl 
Evaiii;. Nurco. Q'jean, Alatk*. b'. A. P«t- 
k:iii. Santa aosaUa: W. R. Obamberlalo, 
U>s Anceltt. Ballad: CoDitanca Chandler, 
Nfw York: Jaltiei anfflths. Britannia 
aeach, Drechtdyk. Rcttrrdani'. Barbara 0., 
H F Alexander. Los A:uel«a; Andrta F. 
Lurkenbuch, Botlon: Goldea Wtlta flrd- 
ney. Santa Inez. Vancouver. 

TACOUA. Bent. IS.— Arrived; Admltat 
Walton. Lea Anselei; Doaau. Bremen: Bal- 
boa, 6*toclclioIm; Santa Iner. Lot An(e>«: 
W. R Chamber!? In, Jr . Lo.i Angeles: 
Dreciitdyk. Rotterdam. Bailed: Admiral 
Nnlton. Santa Ines, LoS AanlMi BsUf- 
wood. Batnoa Aire*. 

PORTUIND. Sept. 16 —Arrived" Edna 
Chrljtenien, 8aa Pr>.n:Ucf>. Balled: TIIU- 
mook. KewftBM. Silverado. !<«■ Ansalei: 
Admiral Parrasot, Baa OletOi'Sts timuh. 
Bo«to:i. 

BAN PMAMOiaOO. AR>t. II.— Anrivad: 
Toptla. 8an P«dr»i Anal* ChrlitaBten, 
Wlllapa; Bmma Alexin<ler, Beatilr Peter 
Helma, Admiral Piake, P. ft. Loop. Astoi.a. 
President Ptilmon^. New Vork: Cape Horn. 
Vancouver Kviciiak. Chicnlk: Star ef 
«rwT » TMz-T'rMkT »j -7 a>nt 17 a i Alaiika. chunik. Dochet, Mobile. Balled: 
WELLINGTON. N.Z.. 8ept. 17.— A . gt,,, ^se. Pbliadelpbla; Colamblan. New 
court of Inquiry Into the Mnldng of Tork: Paoiac PIr, New rork; Rath Alea- 

' , , ., 'rnder. Beatlle; HOmboldt. San Pedro, 

the hncT Tahiti rocmtly off the j arbivku 

NEV/ YORK. Mpt. 16.— Cambral, San 
Prancisco. MMaoorlan, flaa ^sdrei Oak- 
mar. Portland. 

MARSEILUM, Pept II.— Leme. Sin 
PranriKro 

HAMBUnO. Sept 13 Margarrt Jci.^n- 
ton. B»n Pranrlsro 

MKI^BOURNE. Sept li — Oolden Harvest. 
San rtancliM. 

KOBX. Bapl. N.— VSaeoavtr CUTi 
Pedro. 

cHARLnrroM. aept. it. it oasrt n. Esa* 

kln.^, San Pedrti, 

PHILADILFHIA. Stpt. If. — Kalrlaa 
Luokenbaeh, San PranelMO. 

SAILED 

HONGKONO. CcpL II.— CMMsn Koiia- 
tain. San Prandsia. 

OSLO, Skpt. 13.— AaSlt Johaien. Saa 
PraaciMS. 

PANAMA CANAL. Sept. tl. — Paaacd. 
bouad wist: American Star. Charletten for 

San Pedro; Xactern S-jn, Ohetter tor Loi 
Angeles: Steel Worker, New York (or Shn 
Pranelace: Pcclfle Hemlock, Baltimore (or 
Ban Pranciaoe: Oriela. Uverpeel for San 
Pranelaoo! Heranter, Copcahatcn tor San 
Pranslaoa; W. D. Anderawn, Philadelphia 
for Ian PraacUce: Olnsalet* Prince, Phila^ 
datpihla for aan Pedro; XMttreuat PalaMib 
tor PaUfte porta. 



Cook Islands, today found that her 
loss was due to the peril of the sea. 
which no reasonahle human care or 
foreslfrht could have avoided. 

In thr (ouits opinion the ve.ssel 
wa.s .slaimrli and well found, and 
tne .slnklnrc was caii.sfd by the 
iiinkpn tall shaft puncturing the 

I The conduct of the officers and 
crew was praised hlfhly. 

SimOINlitAST 

VIA mm mi 

United St.\trs KHiiroads Refuse Bc> 
of Silk AssociatlOB to 

Bedace H»Um 



In spite of tlie request made by the 
811k Association of America to a 
meeting of transcontinental and 



•■.^yp.'.iYK Eur«0MB por-s, o.T.bfr 7 

l K'-.sii)ENT PrERCB Chiiin. Japan and 
l)i i.r IslKMcT'. Orinb r T 

EMPRIBBS or RUSSIA— Japan. Cljlna 
and PhlUpplue lalandi. October 4. 

LOCH KATRIMB — Kuropeaa porta. 
Octobw 

PAciPIC TRAOBR— naitsd KlosdMi aad 

Caltfornla, Oetobsr )1. ^ 
HtKAWA MAKV-Jsaaa aad euas. 

October li. 

BMPRKSS OP JAPAN— Japan. China and 
Philippine Islands, Ooiobrr 17 

PRESlDnNT TAPT Japan. China and 
Philippine Inlandn. Octobi-r 17 

NARENTA - European ports. Octobei 33 

OA MSTERDrK— European pvrU. Octo- 
ber 25 

PACiric nANQER— United Kincdooi and 

California perls. October 25. 

PRESIDENT JEPPER80N — PhlUpptaM 
lalanda. dUna and lapan, Octobtr Sl. 
TO DEPART 

YOKOHAMA MARU— China and Japan. 
Septanbcr lo 

AORANQI— Honolulu. Suva, Auckland 
and Br dasy , September 17. 

EMPRESS OP ASIA— Japan. China and 
Philippine lalandt.. Ceptember It. 

PRESIDENT ap.A NT— Japan. China and 
Philippine l.-landa, BtPtrariMr IS. 

HiYE MARU— ohtaa and Japaa, Btp- 
teviber 20. 

KMPnsas or OANADA — BSOdliUu. 
Japan. China sa4 fliUiMaa 

OTiobrr J 

MisHiMA MAXU— Jsaaa aai 

Otober 4 

I PRr.siDKNT CLSVILAND — Jaaaa. 

iC°ii;:i:t «i)d Philippine Iilandg. October 4. 
runi/.OOXA MARU - Japan and China. 

Ol trb -r i:, 

I EMPRBSS OF RUSSIA— Japan, China 
I and PhUlpplne lalanda. October II. 

PRKSroZNT PmOBWapan, Ohlaa and 
Philippine Islands, October II. 

HIKAWA MARU — (Prom Tiaillfml 
J apan and China, October 20. 

BKPRasa OP JAPAN— Honolulu, Japan, 
China and PhMlppim* T'land^. Orfohrr so 

Gidf LsUmd Mad 



Ra.stern inuik line railroads hrtd at 

Chicago la.st wrrk, ro action was 



KSTEVAN - HIsh fPCI 

miien: JOo:<: 6t: amMth 

. , , ^ . ... , , PACHENA FO'.. northwffjt, (re«h:J003 

taken for n rrduction of the rail rate i jg. ,^,|| 



h tail it i lic^ioi I 

nqrthwesff 



i: 



PROM VANC Ol VtR and VIC TORIA 
To Hawaii. Jaaaa China, t'liillpplur* 
Sept. la Nov. 11 .. Eniprma of Atl* 
*Oet. a. *Nev 27 Empress of Canada 
Cel. IS. *Dec. 6 . Empreaa ot Runtia 
*Oei n. •Dee. 20 . Impreaa of Japan 
•tneludine call at Hoaoiula ^ 



Apply to Atenta everywhere, or 

J. J. poasrea 

aiMmakIp nrneral rxarntef Aseat 
C.P.B Mlatinn Van<aaver 
L. O. CBCTHAM 
tIM OwemaMMl MsmI, ftotwta. BX. 



CANADIAN 
NATIONAL 

SERVICE 

DAILY 
SS. PRINCE H£NRY 

LVB. Victoria 8; 30 aja. 

Arr. VaiMosver IS: is pA 

Lva. Vaneowrlr . S:M pjm. 

Arr. VlrtorlB ...... S:iS p.in. 

Lts. Vlctorte IjM 

Arr. SaatUa |f:» 

JLfB. aaatUa l.ft 

T:«t 



Dock Teiephnne !702 
CITY TICKET OFFICE 

ail Oavrrnaieitl 



MILL iiA¥ r k.RH \ 

Ttrrt Leavea | Perry Leae— 

MIU Urn, 

• 00 A M. 
10 15 A M. 
li.«A A M. 
I 00 P U. 
*:4« PM 
411 P M 
•:4» P M. 

T.tS P M 



t I* A.M. 

l:N A U 
II 00 A M 
it.U PM. 

t.SO P M. 

L-M PM. 

•:«t PJI. 

a:U PM.. 



DART 
mcLUOINO 
•UNOATB 



from the Pacific Coast to New York 
from $9 to $6 a hundred poiind.s 

The Anirrican Mall liner P.-eslde-it 
Cleveland l.'. duo al SenlMe on S.it- 
urday from the Orient, with 2,0<)n 
bales of raw silk, of which 1,000 
balsa will be transshipped from that 
port to th(» Pacific Stcam.ship (Com- 
pany liner Ruth Alexander for New 
York via California. The ahlpment 
will bf carried from San Franclsr.a 
to Ifcw York by a ship of tha Amtr- 
lca»-Ha«»llan Bta—aaMp Company. 

About 40 par eant of the Oriental 
silk arriving at Seattle is now mov- 
ing by tli« alUwater route, and the 
ranapMllle rata has been reduced 
o the lowest level In many ye^rs. 

RAILWAY OFFICIALS 

VISITING IN CITY 

Amonj? vl.sltlnR transportation of- 
fic-ip!.s in Victo'la yesterday were 
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Toaler, from 
Seattle, whers Mr. Toaler Is as- 
liatant genaral pawwgai' agent of 
Um NorthMn Padfle Railroad 
They brought their car aloni;, and 
win ^njoy a holiday touring Van- 
couver Island. 

Connected wl'.h thr Northern Pa- 
cific Railroad at .Seattle, where he 
Is Rcneral agent in the passenger 
department. N. J. Heuchan spent 
yesterday here on bualnass. leaving 
on the Princess Louise for hont at 
1 o'clock this morning. 

J. W. Bby, eommarelal agent of 
the Kansas City Southern Railway 
Compuny. SeatUe. la la (IM city on 
a brief vlslt^ and Will Imvi for 
home today. 

Jean S. Elliott. Eastern represen- 
i«tive of Seattle, BellinRham. Oljrm- 
pla and Taccma hotel.s. who la on 
a tour of the Northweat, is spend- 
ing several days herv 



UNION STEAMSHIPS. LTD. 

To All B C. Coast Point « 
'*rtBceRttp«rt. Stawart. Anyoa. 



Gr:0 McGREGOP a. 
I Balmont Bldg. Phone i9ii 



•New 



88 Duoitaaa or incHMom> Maiu 

eJeae aeptembar. 1 p.m. 

aa. PAM8 (Via We» Torlii-MalU rlo«. ! J.SJl'^liLS^ 
SeplMikcr 14. I II pm. -—..^ 

aa LAtmaWTta-Maiia cloei aepumber 

IV i p tn 

aa KMPREM np At^aniAUA— Mads 

tloee Beptemkrr in. 1 p m 

aa BREMEN (Via New York) — MSUs 
cloae ll«p(*ml>rr It. J 1} p m 

fw MArnrTANiA (via New Torti — 
MaiU r!oi» .•September IS. 1:11 PM 

88 DucHaaa op AmoLU-Maiia cloae 
aeptewber ll, i p n, 

m MBUTA-uaiu rioM eepteuilei as. 



CARMANAH— ?-o<: luht. variable winds, 
:t »S: SI. lichi awaU. 
CAPE BCALB— Pes; west, Ilslit; SS.ll; 

lit 111 ^\yr\l 

Wireless Report 

(Batevan. t p m . uBian ethenrle* Mated ) 

AlBtRTrtl.rrr — San Pedro for Vancoii- 
yer. 314 inil'B from Vancouver a> noon 

OAKWORTH — Vancouver for 8«ii Pedro, 
IM mllai from Vancouver. 

noCHCXJ*— Hoqulam for San Prnaclt^o, 
III mtlsi tf9m can Prancifco. 

TranspactRc Mails 



CHINA AND JAPAN 
tnnON (rla Vancouver)— uall cleeet 
Aufuat U. 1 p m. Do-! to arrive at Yoko- 
hama Seplember 10: at Itontkoiis. fl^piem- 
ber 33 

•ARABIA MARO (via S«ftttie>-Mriia 
cloae Auaust 3S, 11.11 p.m. Due to arrlTi 
at Yokohama Baptamber IS 

CMPRKSA OP JAPAN-Malln close Sep- 
tember 4. 4 r m Due lo arrive n- Yokn 
haraa September II: at Shanghai. Septem- 
feer M; at Baa skons. OeptMabtr S4. 

PMBIDKNI' UeKtHLST — Ualla clOM 
aeptember I. 4 p m Due lo iirrlve at 
Toaohama fleplrp<bfr 1» r-i 81i»iijti«l. 
September 3): at Honikooa. Beptember 31. 

•YOKOaAMA UARU-Malla etoae Bcp- 
tembir II. I p m. Due t« arrive at Yoko- 
hama Bepfemt>er ?1 

•HAWAII MMMi M«:li close September 
li. 11:15 p.m. Due lo arrive at Yoko- 
hama Saatsafetr sa 

CMPRCBB OP ABtA-Malla cloae Sep- 
lemS-'r tr" 4pm Due tn arrlT* St Yoko- 
hnmn r-v'r-n hrt 29 at Shaxisttal. Oetober 
3: at ItoncUona. October I 

PRXStDKNT ORANT-Malla cloat e»- 
tember 30. 4 p m Dae to arrive al Yoko- 
hama Octnb* 3 Mt Shanthal. October Ti 
at Honekonc October 10. 

•MANTLA MARU -Malta t'.out BiBSOBiber 
31. 11:11 pm OM-to arrtia at Yoko- 
hama October 14. < 

! Malls for jaasB. Otatsa.. Kcaekeiia 

onijr 

•Japsn nniT 

Al STRALI.i AND NEW ZEALAND 
tVKNTDRA i«ia bnn Praaaiocol— Malla 
<!••» September a. II w p.m. DaS tO ar- 
rive at Srrlnrr October 3. , 

AORANOI-Maila eloae BiHliatsi IT. 
t p m Due lo arrlre at Aaolaad Octo- 
ber • at fiydnev. Ortober U 

••UAKURA 'Via San rr«nrl.«r«i Malli 
clor« September 31. 4 p m. Uua to ar- 
rive at Welllnaton Oetober 30. 

tSUOtRA <vla Sa« PtaiMlaM)— Mafla 
eioc* Sepl^brr N. 4 Om fs arrive 

sl fiydnev Ortob'r SiL 



(Sffaotlvt Beptember 1. 1IS0> 
OAUANO, GANOBa 

Malla doee at Vletorla— B'jadayk Wl4- 
aoadar, Prldar. 11:15 p.m. 

Mails clu* at V'rioria— Monday, p.m. 
BALT SPRING I. SI, AND. MATNB. nCNOKB 

ULAND. roar wAsumavoN 
Mails close at Victoria— Tueedar. 10 a.m. 
Malta dne at Vic'.oria— Suadar, Wednea- 
day. Prtdrjr. 7 IJ a m. 

BEAVBR POINT. FULPOflJ) BABBOB 
Malls close at Victoria— Tuesday, 10 
a.m.; Wedne.idaT. Priday, 11:15 p.m. 

Malla due at Victoria— Sunday. Wednes- 
day, Priday, 7: 10 a m. 

8ATUBNA 

Malta cloae at Victoria— Tuesday. 10 
an.: Wedneaday. 11. IJ pm 

Malla dae at Victoria— Wednesday. Fri- 
day, 7:15 a m. 
I SOUTH PENDEB 

! Malls close at Victoria -Tuesday. 10 a m : 
I Wednesday. 11:15 p m 

I Mails due at Victoria- v.'edr.FsdsT. Pri- 
day. 7:15 a m. 

MCSOBAVe 
Malls cl«.<e at Victoria- Wednesday. Pri- 
day. 11 15 p m. 

Malls due at Victoria— Sunday. Wednes- 
day. 1:11 a.m. 

raORYH CALIANO 
Malls close at Victoria— Sunday. 11:15 
pm 

Mails due at Victoria -Wednesday. 1:11 

I m. 

Yukon and Atlin 

Mails 



Mslls flo.ie 1pm. Septemher H. 11 and 
■JD. •ri'l CKIober 9. n» \«nioiiver 

Mails close 3.1j p.m.. SepteQil>er 3. tia 
Seattle. 

Malls eloso II IS p.m.. September t, 10 

ann 34, via flmtlle 

MalM for thr Vukon and Atlin will be 
dirpatcited Irom Vancouver durins the 
month ot Btptomber as toUowa: 

Alameda— SeatUa, 1 p.m., Beptomber 3. 

oueen -Seattle. 10 a.m., BiHfbsi 4. 

Princess Lodla»>'Vaaee«iTor. • s.a.. 
September I. 

Admiral Rotcra— CeatUe, to a.m 
tember II. 

Prineeaa Loulae— Vancouver. I 
September II 

Admiral Rosera— Ctattle. 10 a m 
tember 33. 

Princes* Ixiulse— Vancouver. • 
September 2». 

PrmreKs Loiitao— Vancouver, • 
October 9 



Sep- 

P m . 
Scp- 
P m., 
p.ai.. 



wly. 



Shil I ng (Mlendar 



LXVIATHAN 1.^ New Y«|B}-MaUa 
clo4« September 37 l it m.m 
M^n iTitonded for iranaailMMB Ha lNw 

Trr - < • h» tn marked • 

-•«trd»<i by air mau awr Onttod 

iMMM-aMMk latsr " ■ 



TO MUOfm 

AORANOI— Sydney, AssMoBi. Bava and 

Ronohilu. 8ep:ember 13. 
nRKiTHTDTK Baropean wmtt, Utm- 

lemhT IJ 

MIBHIMA MARU Chtni and Japam 
Beptembe r IS. 

PRBSBDBNT C1.CVB1.A.VD China, Japan 
and Philippine Isianda. September II 
EMPRB8S 07 CAMAOA -China. Japan 



and Phil ppiM lalanda. eopiomMr U. 
DIMTBLOYC — ~ 



West Coast] MaiU 



^ " • f r V II in n. r A C II \ I (> T. 
( LLPatCKt, (;i.ATOQIIOT. ClOOlE. 
£Vi*J2ff- ""VAN POIWY. MBCATE. 
RAKAWta. KILDONAN. K T O « V O T. 
NOOTaA. PORT AI.BPRNI, POBT BEN- 
PBEtV. QIIRENS COVE. SAN MATBO. 
SECHABT. TOFINO. VCLUBUT 

Malls cloae at victoria— Sat. lUht |lat 
each month, 10 p m 

Malls duo seven risyi Uler 
CENTEF. IKI.AND 

Malls close at Vicloria— 21st ol eMb 
month onjr. 10 p.m. 

Mali* due seven days.later. 

c*riiAi.oT. n.A roqrov. e s T B v A N 

POINT. KAKAWIH, KTO«0OT, TOPINO 

Malla eloae at Victoria— Snd. Ulb. aad 
each monta. •aeepttas vbm ■aaiav. tiN 

am. 

Malla due aeven 4ays lalor. 

CBNTU mjun 

Malla elooe ei Victoria— aiae aC SBSh 
montb. tsoopt 8«nday. S:3e a.Sk 

MaUa dM aeren daya later, 

CLO-OOBB. POST 

MaiU c<n«e at Victoria— Stb. Iim. tUH 
each month, exceptlna when Suaesp, t:M 
a m 

Malta due seven davs later. 
■OLBBBO. J E U N E LAWMIIO. rOBT 

AMCE. qvATamo 

Malls clo»« at Victoria - Tuesdav and Pri- 
day, 1 p m 

MaHa due at Victor! 
V.n a.ai, 

■ All mmtma. •AMriii,*, 

rildomah 

Malla close at Victoria — 
day and Bauitd^;. I M sjr. 

Msos dao at vietorn Msaisy, 
asp* fMBay. 4 30 mv 

ascn'' 
Jsaa at 
IP. tiie am 

^ _ \ _„ at VM 



-Tuesday. Priday. 




BRITISII LEGION 

PARII 10 y,s. 



Reception at New York En 
R(^te to Congress 
Sessions 

DAYS DEDICATED TO 
NATIONS ATTENDING 



CONTRACi LUMPLLibU 
BY T UGBOAT C OIMIPANY 

ThB nd of thlt week wUl Jiut 
about tlnlsh up the contract of the 
Victoria Tug Boat Company for the 

delivery of sand ftnd gravel to the 
grain elevator building at Vancou- 
'■ir. Captain George MacOregor 
^itatrd yrsl.^rday. Slurp the work 
.started. 4L' 000 ton.s of the material 
hare been touted to Vancouver 
frcm the deposits near AlbCTt Head 
by the company's tugs. 



Member.'! of the British 
sailed from Southampton recently 
in the Cunard liner Lancastrla. to 
rrresrnt Orrnt Britain at the elrv- 
enth annual congress of the Fed- 
eration Interalliee des Anclens Com- 
'battanta to be held in Washington. 
Rep rea ehtBtl ves from Belgium, Italy, 
Vtancc -Poiand. Portugal, Rumania. 
OBeefaoaloYakla and Jugoalavla are 
also aboard the Lancastrla. 

A novel feature of the meetings 
win be that each day of th» con- 
gress will be dedicated to one of 
tho Allied nation.s takl.ns part 

The delegition from Great Brit- 
ain will Inchid? General Kir Ian 
Hamilton, G.C.B., vlce-pre.sldcnt of 
the British Legion; Colonel John 
Brown, C.B.E., national chairman of I 
tho British Lepldn; UeutcnantOol- 
onel Fred W. Abbot, president of 
the P.I.D.A.C.: Mr. T. F. Lister, 
CA.E.. first chairman of the Brit- 
ish Lagion; Colonel K. C iieath 
D.S.O.: Major J. H. Hayes, Major 
s. H Smith wad OaptBla y(, s. 

Slattor. 

The Wrinrn'.s Auxiliary of the 
P.I.D AC will also mrcf at Wash- 
ington. Representative.s of tho Brit- 
ish women's section will Include 
Lady Edward Spencer-Churchill, 
chali-man of the British Livlon 
Women's Section and prwldeDt of 
the FlDJi.C. AusUlMry: Mrs. E 
Smee, Miss D, NlVen. Mtra. W. J. 
Harris. Mt%. Rufaleitll tad JfTs 
Reglna Evans. 

On arrival at New York, the dele- 
gation will be accorded an official 
receptirn. AnangemenLs have been 
made for the Lancastrla to be met 
by the reception committee on board 
Mayor Walker's yacht Macom. 

ARTICLE ON DUGOUTS 

In a recant U;sup of tlie Mar- 
iner's Digest, published in Lon- 
don, there appeared a most inter- 
esting article on the dugout canoes 
of the British Columbia Coast The 
author was Major F. V. Longataff. 
Beside the t^rX there were several 
photogrnphs shewing the gre.at size 
of canoe's made from single r?dar 
lo;:.«i. among the illustrations being 
one of the TlUlcum at the time 
Ce.ptaln Voes started on hti long 
voyage around tho r/c.ld. 



NOTICE TO MARINER.S 

Mariners are advised that the 
light at the new light and rt)g alann 
.station at Albert Head. Strait of 
Juan de Fuca. B.C., will be put in 
operation cm or about fleptflmbar 17. 
The e hara etjwilrt le win be » red flash 
eiwjr tvo wconde, 

A. W. ». WILBY. 

Agent, Marine Department, Victoria, 
September IC 

MariMrs are advleed that drilling 
operations will be commenced on 
Hospital Rock, Victoria Harbor, on 
Thursday, September 18 As anchor 
i cables will extend out from the plant 
I for some distance, mariners are 
warned to govern themselves accord - 

!in«»y. 

I A. Vr. R. WILBY, 

, Agent. Marine Department^ ViC^ia, 
Beptember 18. 



Speaking of c^aaon's catch 

^sterday afternoon, the manager 
of the Sooke HarUir Fishing & 
Packing Company. Limited, stated 
that It had been much better than 
normal, although with the great 
masses of fish poaalnff «p the Strait 
, from the sea, many more would have 
been taken if the weather had been 
favorable to the trap operators 

In this respect, traps on the 
United States shona were also 
hahdlo^ppBd. Zh the abBonfio vt 
heavy BOlitherly winds, the fish fol- 
lowed the centre of the water chan- 
nels on their way to the Fia.s;'i 
Rhcr. 8'.>eaklnK of th-^ Vancouver 
Island shore, the official of the 
packing company said that the 
southwesterly winds set the tides in 
clioee. the fish following th« ctnrrent, 
when the traps got the benefit. On 
the other hand, it had been an ideal 
season for pur.sr -seiners and trollers, 
and they had mostly all done weU. 
RUN LATB tTARTDfO 

The run of springs had been later 
than u-^ual In starting this year, and 
a.s the market for mild-cured red 
flsh did not look very promising, the 
company did not put up any fish 
in this way until July 1. over a 
month later than previous yean. 
Mild-curing was discontinued on 
August 25. the total pack amounting 
to 280 tierces, or 91.000 pounds. No 
white springs < r . ohoes were m lid- 
cured this .seasor, oii account Of the 
market outlook. Fresh flsh have 
been supplied throughout the Sum- 
mar to local dealers, the great bulk 
of the catch going to the cannery 
at Esqulmalt 

The soekeye run is now all over ns 
far as the traps In the strait are 
concerned. While It was also late 
in making Its appearance, very late, 
in fact, there were never, since the 



traps have been esUblished, sucl. 
masses of Eockeyc passing up the 
Strait, while the run la.sted. Had 
the leather been ider.l for trap 
operators, the Sooke plant would 
have had many more flsh than It 
could handle 

STEADY EMPLOYMENT 
The Sooke Harbor Fishing A 
Packing Company plant will con- 
tinue to operate unUl the end of 

October, when the traps will be 
lifted. Silver salmon and cohoe.s aif 
new being taken, and these will 
continue to run In greater or lesser 
iiiimbors until the traps are ready 
for lifting. The company la oper- 
ating six tr«pa this year as against 
five In lt», as a result of which the 
number of employees is slightly 
greater, since the beginning of 
<q?erations tlieie have been no lay- 
offs, and everybody hU tOjogrtd 
steady employment. 



UOy WILKINS MIGHT 
uiiiiiiUM) 

B ap lai si ' * Wife Claims Women Om 




Preparing to Submerge 




One Might Readily Term This a Sea Memrter. But It Is Just One of 
tha United ttMBi Sabmarine Showing Ita Blevated PIbbbb Bxtknded 

Before MaUng a Dive 



NSW YORK. Sept. 10. — When 
one's husband has the nervous habit 
of bobbing off to the world's odd 
corners where even letters are Im- 
possible, the thing to do is to go 
with him. ^ So HMMM SuMUini Ban- 
nett, whow hmad is «r sotait 

Wllkim. 

If it's possible. Lady Wilklns 
means to accompany her explorer- 
husband when he sets off in a sub- 
marine next year tO Bet WhB(% BBdW 

the Arctic ice. 

"I really dont see mny reaaon why 
I shouldn't get" L«dy Wllklna aald. 
"I've been down hi a BMbBHurtaiB, and 
It lent bMi at aiL Much aatar, M 
think, than an airplane. 

"Wamen can stand as much hard- 
Mp as men; more in some In- 
stances, for Ihry have greaier ri^- 
.serve strength. I wouldn't mind thi»t 
end of It at all— one couldn't have 
all th? comforts of a New York 
apartmri.t but it would be marvel- 
ously thrilling Besides. I could 
make my.self valuable. I can cook." 

Lady Wllkins. who is on the stage, 
and the explorer were married abo;it 
a year ago. Only a few weeks laler 
he went to the Antarctic. This 
Sunrmer they have b<^n la Jlffnt/a 
on their "honeymoon," 

So fax BlvJMiBrt hasnt been "x- 
acUy wott mtt to the submarine 
proposition for his wife. "Walt until 
you see the submarine," he tells her. 

"But he hasn't saM tW," Lady 
Wilklns points out 

Hanobdu Mails 



MuvttwIbtT «. 1. a, •. to, 14, n, 0: 

Ortobrr h. 7. I. 11, 1], 1,11 y m , Via Sin 

SS. EMPRBBa OF ^ATAJf— llUUs SloM 
SrptMAtr «k 4 MS. 

SB. AOMwm-aiaas sIms ■miis^si' n. 

S p m 

B8. EMPRECS OF 

Oatobtr S, 4 p.m. 



COPP ER PRODU CTION 

• M.'.lrr. Court .V On . J tA ) 

Production (f coppor by United 
State., miii'^s Ini rea.ved 2,530 short 
tons in August over July produc- 
tion, the American Bureau of Metal 
Statistics reports. August pro- 
duction totaled M.779 short tons, 
against 84,340 in July, and 7g,g8S 
in August last year. Copper pro- 
duction of smelters in North Amer- 
ica also increased slightly to a 
total of t4,560 tons in August, com- 
pared with 14,426 in July, and 85,- 
531 In June. 



LONDON WOOL AUCTION 

LONDON. Sept. A large num- 
ber of buyers attended tha opening 
of the fifth series of wo6k auction 
sales here today. A good stioctton, 

amounting to 10.618 bale-) was 
offered and m-l vith .i moderate 
demand from h.-.me and con- 
tinental dealers Merinos declined 
.5 per en; and medium cros.sbreds 
10 [v>r rent A ."initll supply of Cap" 
of Oood Hop? and Nai.al sold from 
unchanged t-n f> per cent lower, and 
slipss lost 7 1-2 to 10 per cent, 
Punta Arenas waa in fair demand 
at 5 per cent below the July average. 

Pat: "What la more wondexlul 
than all these motor ears on the 
road, piate?" 

Mlkt: nxniy, sure, all th«8a motor 
catB of f the road." 




DOYOH 



SUFftR mh] 
CONSHMIION? 

GMOrtkaa ffcmedies are advertised 
for constipation. Many relieve for 
1^ OKnnent but they arc habit form- 
ing and must be continued. Others 
contain calomel and dangeroM oun- 
cral drugs, which rcssaia in tlK ays- 
tcm, settle in the joints aad catise 
aches and pains. Soma harsh 
purgatives which cramp and gripe 
and leave a depressed after effect. 

Avoid hil'rirating oil* which only 
greane the mtritinps and encourage 
DSturr'li marhinrrv li> berome lary 

A purely vrgetaMe l.ni ' i- »in h 
as Carter's L*ttlr Ijver I ills, gently 
toixhes the bver. bile starts to flow, 
the bearcb aMvc gently, the intestines 
are i h e s a tMj i deen B iii and eonstipa- 
tioa patoens paea aw^jr. The ttooacK 
Hver aad bowcb are mam active aii4 




Upheld by the merits of 

•'Quality with Age^ Haii! Whisk\ 
ri'lum Its position in the 
iwdrontfor mot than 300 



"» «f«4,™«' all 




the system cnioyi a rnl tooic affect 
Al *«ggtau ^ aai He M< f*«» 



ilii 

cd b/ the LtqiuOr Costrol I'n.ir<l or bv thcTlii^ a>lv rrt>Tnir,u U not pobKsbcd 

Govcrnnieat oi iitiiiia Columbia 




THE DAILY COLONIST, -VICTOMA, B.C WEDNfiSDAy. SEPTEMBER 17; 1330 



A Turn of Fortune's Wheel 



By lI>GAft PtCXBlUllG 



Jo>c« iXir^uia l.vti null li«r 

■iiK* h«r ffttltM'i Mstk J«ye« ha> 

•♦rrs-'uid WiSh--' to gfl Juyrf ufT lifr 
•ad U iiatKn.iK un • i»arrU«« tM- 
AlPW aiMl Mr Hooinr. Ui« ■mimcw 
«C awMn Hardy • work* In BlMUvtS*. 
JavM ta«a no i«v« |«r hmmt. tal IMakt 
tiMt Htt vtui hiM e«aD«( k« mm «a. 

hkppir than h'r prrurn' or.«- 

(Jid Ml )lai'I> : ■'■< HU.kMM ir ADb«r. 
vbleta. with itta eiUle, u culaiicd Hli 
Biplww. Otck Mardy, b«a •Iwmt* k«M r*- 
tMdM bU h«lr. hnt aBeUMr '•4>ualn, 
■Urhto Hcnabaw. who ba* a prior rtabt, 
•rrlTta ttvm Aualralla. 

Otck l« a lovablr (rllo* I 'li tnuir r ), 
of a nt'tT do-»rlI Joy f «iui f k rfrrntD^ 
MMl4l7 lo an uncoiiTeDttoual •ray Uick 



Um rwa. 
mt,9W ft vlttt to tlM 



OBAPm ▼! (OMUmMd) 

"You d betn In London, cht 

now I 111 going to ask you some- 

thing. Mr Hauly " he -.Uii ^■'■i.'ig 
down to wurk Mciuu.sh , hih! lil- 
thffUgh '(!»• pr't f■edl^)^'»• wpie 

Uog raUier miormAl, Um coroner 

"Prom whtt I understand you to 
say, you'd just corner from London 
The train gct.s m at ■ x an i 
abMli iwo miles to the bUULUi. Nov^, 
bow loof voM M Ilk* yea ta.iralk 
Jtf 

*T>oen'i that dcpmd on the rate 

• Juryman laagbed 

^ . 1 didn't reach the house till 
' .< ' -ist seven, and I a.-k you 
1 ■ : you were all that lime. " went 
vii tiie unda.unted Mr. Voxsay. 

"And I most positirely and dls- 
tlnoUy deellna to teU you," an- 
^3A^JCs 

"Very good," replted the sleuth- 
hound, although in the opinion ot 

rvfiyciie elsr. It was very bad. 
There was .soinelhinK suspicious In 
Dlckf. rrfueal lo answer ihc ques- 
tion, but not lor all the jurymen 
in Christendom would he alloA h.s 
meeting with Joyce to be known 
"That's all I want to ask at pres- 
•nt," said Mr. Voxsay. and the cor- 



DUk aujfht Id iiavf \>eeii In London 
arran((\iiK lor lea.uig Kngl^ind but 
he wits prevented bv the adjourn - 
rnciil of the liwiuesi, and tiie jjro- 
ceedUifis dragged oo without any 
Ucbt betag alMt m Mk, Jaoien » 
mmMr. mM m nflv MefeM wa» 
given thea by th<- entraaee of a 
fresh witness, at mkmi of whom 

Diek gave a frown .>t .tntonlahMnt 
and sonirtlilng like «iik»t 

H was Joyce wlio luid enteiTd 
tlu: room, reuimtng the surprised 
looks wblol) greeted her, not in the 
leaet p m u ibtd attlwugh tlie e^i 
iMdmt&r ibeelM. She hud not 
returned Dick's gaee, and for all 
the quick beating of her heart, her 
courage did not faltet .Sonn^oiir 
had offered he: .i chaii and mIiuik 
do.vn .she aiKswen-d the ( ijton» r > 
inquiry wiUiuul a ueuiot in iier 
sweet VDlee. 

"I vmK to teU you wlMre Mr. 
Bar09 «ju that ewnlBg.'' she began 

In her aittaM, Stnlgbtforward man 
ner. "They>e bsen saying wicked 
things about hlin— unjMSt Ullngs 

.11 id I'M' (-onie 

Hen ::f |v<ii.-.e>i i.>: . .■i..t,i : i : 

1 I M '» *^.iy auiUe ait eu: Uuin- 

< i '.<•■:. land unnecessarily, for 
there ua* not a keener ear than his 
In Bleakhaven. 

"Mr. Hardy was with m*. He had 
come from the station and did not 
go to the Abbey mm tmU an hour 
afterwards." 

The ',;n);)If wdid' .m ■ niore ex- 
plicit than HH. I' tiK iliavin out ex- 
' planatlon would have beei l- xen 
> Mr. Voxsay was at last saUslied and 
said so manf(;Uy. but the frown 



15 



Wiihin Sound of Wedding Bells 




K MAKKTAOK of InteMSt is that of Miss Agnea May Nornabell, Phm.B.. pictured" in No 1, daughtei 
of Mr and Mrs J K C. Nornabell, of Toronto, to AlcKander Fiaher, M D.. Stratford, son of Mr. ant 
Mis a W iMhfifi. No Miss Margaret Amie Kii-hards. of loronlo. now Mrn Noim,*,, lolin..«.r.- ..,,4 



let 

Mis a W iMhfifi. No Miss Margaret Amie Kii-hards. of loronlo. now Mrt;. Noi man Johnstone a7id 
No i Miss Ali( r I'auU Shapero, d,iugiitfr ol Mi an i Mf! M Shaparo. who is to marry Dr. Haro'ld B 
Kothbart no-, o) die I itr Mi and Mrs. A. Koihbart, ol Toronto, »n late September. The bride le a grad- 

.... -1 . -Kothbart 

>flHtOtraph 



u*te of the luvrrsi'v of Caiiiortua, and a member ol the Phi Sigma _ _ 
sradvMed irom the Univerei^ oi Toronto, and is intaraia| at Uaivar«it|r o? Jfii 

of Mrs. Jo fcnet on e by Milton- Adameoa. 



we!( Masons why I didn't, and if 
I ;..iid uli;\L tliey are you wouldn't 
uiuifi ^Illlld. They're of no conse- 
qu( n> r but I don't want you to 
thiak I'm uatratafvl->l'm not, only 
ife beel far you to knoer.'* ' 



"Pray go on." said Mr.s Beresford 
had deepened on' blok's faoe for ali i ^'^"''y- J^^cc had stopiwd 



"I think It will be beet to adjourn 
the inquiry, genUemen," he said. 

"Bo liH. nothing to further It has 
been heard, and an official from 
London will be here on Wednesday. 
Therefore I suggest our waiting till 
then." 

Bleakhaven was humming with 
excitement. A murder at its very 
door had not happened In ihe 
memory of the oldeci InbaMtiAt. 
'and the mystery of tills one sup> 
piled so much pleasura'.le Interest, 
that nothing else was talked of. 
There were no relatives of the dead 
man requiniu; .svmp;-iihy. no one 
knew anything about him. nor 
where he had come from, whirh 
allowed Ingenious theories to be 
formed, and in Paradise ViUa the 
tragedy was being dlsnnsed volubly 
by some ladles who'imw taktaf toft 
mth Mrs. Beresford. 

'*One eannot help feeling snry 
for Mr. Hardy that such an un- 
plea.iant affair should have hap- 
pened at his house. • she . iild whilst 
handing a cup to one ol her visit- 
or.i. "It must bftve east sueb • 

shadow over it." 

"Tlie strange thing to mc." re- 
vUid the lady. 'Is that the evidence 
SttlH inquest was so unsatisfactory. 
Yoqnc ¥r. Hardy's for Instftnoe," 
gad Mee ute im» MMac ftt the 
window looked up. 

1 am the very last one to con- 
demn anybody," continued Mrs. 
Beresford. "but I must say that 
Mr. Hardy'.s refusal to say how his 
time wa.-? orrupled that evening. Ifi. 
to my mind .suspicious. There can 
be no possible reason for his se- 
crecy and one cannot h^ tUBk- 
' lag all sorts of thinga" 

"Tou surely do not su4)ect him 
of the crime?" excUOmed Mrs. 
Beresford's guest. "That Would be 
too dreadful." 

Murderers are always secretive." 
replied Mrs Beresford. "and young 
Mr. Hardy ha.s the reputation of 
being wild. He could have •o easily 
have explained his movement« — 
why did he not do so? What mo- 
tive could he have in refusing to 
answer Mr. Toisay's question. An 
iBBOoeak mftu would have been only 
too ready." 

Mr. Vooay was her grocer and 
had spoken of his enquiries at the 
Inquest with pride. 

"Thereforr until Mr Hardy's 
movements are cleared up, he will 
lie under a stigma," she added. 

Joyce had not looked up again, 
.but her cheeks were burning with 
an In^nant fliuh. Mr. Voxsay's 
qaaoUon should be answered— It 
was hataful that Mrs. B e r es f or d or 
anyone else sheiikl dan to speak 
so ot Dick. 

The talk had wandered on to Mr. 
Homer and her approaching mar- 
riage, so she got up from her chair 
and went out Info the Harden, try- 
ing vainly to di.^inls.s the recollec- 
tion of Dirk and their parting He 
would never speak of it and she 
understood the reason for his si- 
leaee. 

Ws<nsartsy came and for the sec- 
ond ttme ^ jury was ssatod in tka 



his love and ddmlratlon of her 
and he followed Jeyos teto tlie hall, 
staying her at the doer. 

"I'm sorry that you've done this," 
he said, "but I thank you with all 
my heart. Sorry for your sake." 

"Why de you say that?" 
i "Because I know there are people 
j who will misjudge you — who are 
capable of distorting the nio!.t in- 
nocent thing Into eomething evil 
and malign their sisters without 
mercy or ecniple." 

"I've only done mufwa right. 
People talked of you and I eeuldn't 
rest— I should have always tuive 
blamed myself if I hadn't come. I 
should have thought myself a cow- 
ard ' 

Prebble had come into the hall at 
that moment, and Joyce pa.<ssed out 
thro tgh the door, not speaking 
again, leaving Dick gazing after her 
as she walked down the drlvgit 



OHAPTBR VII 
As she went towards Bleakhaven. 
Joyce came to a determination It 
would require courage to tell Mrs. 
Bere.'(ford. but she had more Uian 
an ordinary sh.iie of that, and felt 
a sort of Inspiration In thinking 
what would happen when It was 
said. There should be no delay, for 
the sooner her stepmother knew the 
better, and on reaching Paradise 
"llla she went Inte the sitting- 
room, finding Un. Beresford alone, 
who raised herself from a comfort- 
able armchair and began a fretful 
complaint Of Jeyes'k proto nge d ab- 
sence. 

"You've i".. more than 

two hours. " she .sajd It seems to 
me that you have forgotten you are 
to be marstod la lees tlian a aanita. 
and xtaaoal oe^ with mK thii^ 
your wsddtag calls for. There are 
heaps of things to be done." 
"I was obliged to go out." 
"Recollect that your marriage is 
a turning point In your life " con- 
tinued Mrs. Beresford. "I am sorry 
you siiow .so little interest in sueh 

a solemn affair." 

Its too solemn." replied Joyce, 
seating herself at a llttl) distance 
from the armchair, and ICrs. Beres- 
ford was obligad to torn awkward- 
ly to look at her. "i want to talk 
to you about It." 

"It Is what I have expected you 
to do There are several things to 
be 'ettic'i ,uid tfirie are some more 
p<''," Ked to the breakfast. 

The Kara AAV ,. for Instance. They're 
not quite of our position, but as 
you and Vera Faraway went to 
school tofether. yen would like to 
have them. The Maoqueens must 
eertalnly be invited. I wish to do 
nothing without consulting you. 
I however. It Is you who are to be 
I married, not I" 

"It doesn't matter" Hnswercd 
Joyce. In a tone that brought a look 
of astonishment to Mrs. Beresford's 
face. 

"Not matter 1" she exclaimed. 
"You surpriee me, Joyce. I sheukl 
have thought you woaM have been 
most anxious that nobody was left 
out who ought to *e remembered. 
X should never forgive myself for 
not sending tlie MftSMMM aa In- 
vlUtlon." 

For a moment or two Joyce re- 
mained silent, trying to frame the 
words which would surprise her 
stepmother with a vengeance. It 
had to be done, and the nAeeslty 
of dotaig It, the rightfulness <a de- 
clartng her ungltersble decision em- 
boldened her. 

"Ferhaps you win blame mc for 
aoi telling yan sooner, but there 



When I accepted Mr. Homer 
she continued, "I did so thought- 
lesdy. z nsvar leeud blm and i 
never eould lert Wat Xt was a 
mistake." 

"Love," and Mr^ Beresford 
snapped out the word soeeringly. 
"You are Ulkli« rldleulouily." 

"Well, you're generally supposed 
to love the man you are going to 
marry " retorted JtTyce. 

' May I ask what all this Is lead- 
ing to? I i^ever thought yea sauld 
be so absurdly romantic." 

"I'm very far from being tkftt," 
was the reply. "Tbsre's no romance 
In marrying someono you don't like. 
I didn't intend to say that you 
made me." 

Her spirit was up now. and a 
light flashed in her eyes, whilst 
Mrs. B e r e s lead was tnmUtat with 
anger. 

"If you will explain yourself, I 
shall be obliged," she answered. "Do 
you wish any alterations being 
made in the arrangements for your 
wedding?" 

"No arrangemento will be re- 
quired. T don't Intend to be mar- 
ried.'" and If Jovce had raised the 
footstool and struck her, that good 
lady could not have given a louder 
shout. 

"Wha-at!"' fhe screamed. "Are 
you bereft of your ssnsss. or do I 
mistake my ears?" and for an In- 
stant she appsared to be battling 
with somethhig that had atanoet 
overpowered her. 

"I've made up my mind." went 
on Joyce, "and you would have 
blamed me if I hadn t spoken in 
time I meant if the ai raiiRements 
had gone on. and now that you 
know->welI. there doeflTt'lfpn Miy- 
thlng more to say." 

"I Insist on your being married," 
stormed Mrs. Beresford reeklesely. 
"Think of the talk there will be If 
you're ttot, the scandal and all that. 
Nothing more to say Indeed. Are 
my plans nothing? Are they to be 
upset i>ecaii.se you've some insane 
Idea that you don't love Mr 
Homer'' Tliere Is a very great deal 
more to Ix- .'*Kt, but I refuse to 
listen to madness. I tell you I in- 
sist on you performing your duty." 
' Joyce heard this tirade unmoved. 



altliough A4>~-^' Beresford's demand 
brought a anile. 

"It'i not use being angry with me," 
she said, 1 eant attei^ my mhid. 
Shall I t9U Mr. Homer? i' i.i.iir. 
you would care to do it. He li iiaw 
to know and she spoke wiUi a ( im)!. 
nrss that added to Mrs. Beresford^ 
helpless rage. 

"Leave me," she cried in a crack- 
ed volee. 1 am unequal to arguing 
with you, and too astounded at 
your heartless disregard at my feel- 
ings I wm jnet bdieve ysu are 

serious,"' 

Joyce gave a sigh of glad relelf, 
for now that her ordeal was over, a 
feeling of freedom such as she had 
never experlenoed before llg^teiied 
her heart, and she quittod the 
room. 

Her devastating ' usioimeement 
might have beei) thought sufficient 
to unsettle Mrs. Beresford's peace 

of mind, fi:;' wor.se remained for 
the lady to h-ar. She had ref'ised 
to believe Joyce had nieon' • ; .1: 
she said It was no more than a 
thoughtlev, girl's caprice, to be 
laughed at and humored. It was 
monstrous that a house should be 
taken by Mr. Homer and for Jdyce 
net to go to It. whflsTwI^t Was 
more annoying, Mrs. Bsngfofd^ 
trip to Paris and elsewhere, would 
be impossible unless Joyce were 
married. She could not be left 
alone In Paradise Villa, and there 
was nowhere else for her to go to 
es the fiou.se was ps good as 1st, 
Tt c ' > lush glr! would have to come 
t' uses by the morning, and 

Mrs. Beresford preened her ruffled 
featliers mere or less eafanly, assur- 
ing herself that there was no real 
reason for being upset. 

A withered maiden lady, a great 
friend 0/ Mrs Beresford's, pave the 
rea.son for Joyce's long HiiMn.'e 
from liome thst day, wlien (hIHiik 
at Paradise- Villa 

"Your s'f't)diujRhter was at the 
inquest or. in! man who was mur- 
dered at. Bi ackston e Abbey, and 
oonfeesed to have been in young 
Mr. Hardjr's company for hours the 
night It happened— for hours. Mr«. 
Beresford! Before all the Jury she 
said this without a blush No won- 
der people are talking about her 
It seems Richard Hardy wouldn't 
say where he liad been— trtist a 
man for concealing what he knows 
has been wrong-doing. Naturally, 
people were suspicious and she was 
shielding him. So unmaldcnly of 
her," eenchaded tha visiter. 

"I don't think I quite under- 
stend,"- said Mrs. Beresford feebly. 



Burgess Bedtime Storie: 

Peter Rabbit Doubts His Eyes 

By THORNTON W. BURGESS ■ ■■ 



riuuk what it means," oentin- 
ued the other. "Imagine ««Mt im 
<teftc> will say. X <|p net wish -to 
euggest anything, efthough one ihay 

have their own opinions is there 
another youn^; woman jn nieak- 
fiavcji who \\onld luivi- d.iicd !,> 
■suy cptnlv tiiat ..ht- i ;..t I,.- i, ,,i,,so 
elated wlili a < oniii.u «■ i i c 1 r.ger 
and met him clan<lestmei>. For 
tBs credit of the town, I trust not." 

"I wui speak to Joyoa," feptled 
Mrs. VereafdPd. "-Ibere may be 
earn* mistakf." 

"Oh dear, no. There can t be a 
mistake for I heard it from the 
best authority, ."^i Voxsay i.s quite 
reliable, and he wa.s pf>.Mtuf>iv hs- 
tminded when he saw Miss BerOs- 
mto the room at Aaek- 

slone Abbey. " 

n. will inquire Into the aatter." 
awwered Mrs. Beresford belpleesly. 
"I am very much obliged for your 
troubling to oome to toll me." 

"It has been no trouble. I assure 
vou Perf> iiiiuu' a d:ily ought never 
to be tlM iiKht ,1 trouble but a* It Is 
my callnr; you must excuse me 
for not slaying longer," and with 
this the conscientious woman de- 
parted to spread tbe news broad- 
cast 

Beatrice had heard U all ready 
and began to repeat the story on 
returning home. 

"I have been told before you came 
In," said her mother crossly, "and 
do not wish to hear it all over 
again ! ! ' suppose Joyce Is 
capable of beiiiK ashamed of her- 
self, and with one thing and an- 
other. I scarcely know what to da" 

Joyce was not in tlM least degree 
•shamed of hefaelf. on the con- 
trary, she showed a cool defiance 
when Mrs. Beresford accu.sed her 
There was a little indrawlng of one 
rf her pretty Hps as though she 
were fhouKhlfiil. a look In her lus- 
tro'; eve; „ ud A calmness In her 
voice which irritated Mrs. Beres- 
ford. 

"It's quite true," she said. "I did 
go to the Abbey and t*U tbem 
where Mr. Hardy had been. Xt was 
hateful to hear peqple talk as they 
did about him Wouldn't .you have 
done the same as I did?" 

'I should have considered my- 
self before thinking of anyone else. 
Mr Hardy It Mttiiat t9 yta. X 
hope?" 

"I shall never see him again.** 
"Thank hakven," sighed Mn. Ber- 
esford. 'Things are quito bad 
enough as they are. without rais- 
ing a (candal, and I trust you see 
the folly of what yon slid about 
your wedding. 



"I'm trying to forget it 
to have baen. It^s only f afer to tett 
Mr. HooMr at oaei. He's be hare 

preeently> 

Joyce said this witli su( !i coolness 
that Mrs. Bcrealord shivered. 
TMnk of his Ibettngs when lie is 

told " she remouhtrated 

"You'll (onsider n»e liuid lieai led 
of cwirM* ajiAwered Joyix- but 
I raii't help Uiut. only 1 imve fsel- 
iiigs. too. and you »aid Just now one 
ought to thtok of oneself balore 
anyone rise. •That's what Tm doing. 

and you can't blame me 

■ It Is a nio&t uiil(jrtuii«te iXKvitiaii 
Um me Moet rmbarra-vsuiK but i 
will .spt-aJt Lo him It will be ni\ 
painful to me ' 

Mr. Homer did not pay his accus- 
tomed visit to PiUHdise Villa that 
evening, and Mrs. Becagfard un- 
buvdened hansif of her unpleasant 
duty by writing to^ him t«rff.iii> 

refraining from mentloiUn^; Jos , 
•ppeaninc.- at tiie liujue.M Ix :: 
greatly suipn.sed tliat n full wicK 
elap^»Od Ix-fore sJie rrTeivt-d ;i leplv 
His letter ixjii- H London imstmark. 
and Was witlioiit im Hddie.NS. It 

stated Uiat he had left the works, 
but gave no torthar infenuatlon. 
and he wnto Mttariy, bewailing 
that Joyoa had destroyed aU his 
fond hopes, aad so on. yet he would 
bow his head to the blow, and Mrs. 
Beresford de.spi.sed hiii < ' u dlngly, 
a,H .she read tu- iet-ei Beatrice. 
"He's no; even .iukiv she said. 
1 don't (onside i he s a man." 
And nn% 1! s ail over I suppose 
there will be no haUday for wt," 




I rt k If \ou have any Im- 
ir«.son foj going?" inquired 



_ . 

tlefled.- (porta, 

A inontfi pas.s«'d diii.nK wtii h thf hci sii pmolher 

>f JoM e s broken engaKt-nteni | 1 am going after a Sitaatlen X 

maynt get It. but you ought to* be 



ecUit 

di''d H natuial deatn, but if J'aia- 
di^e ViUa liad been distasteful to 
IMT before, it was vaky mueh like 
puffiatory to her ndw. some women 
have aeuktle ptfwer of per»cutlon 

, inherent to their nature wh!< li oi;:, 
requires an opxjriunitv tor d:v 
i playiiiK li.scll 'nieie i-. noihn.K 
I tangible, nothliiK Uml ( an tie mi ■ 
I and comfju icd Aitli and 'in t iie. ! 
Is 1 uniulative la ll! it becomes lii- 

loierubie .jovn suffered a martyr- 
dom, for ail that, there 
of V hich she could Iomm a 
plaint but avarythtng oomhined to 
make iier lils iwhearaMe to the 
I sootety of her alSBMtlNr and Bea- 
trlee. ' 

Mrs Bcresfoid, ■MdUiii;., (•...-,' 
contaliifi! .u, aih » i I i.sement one day 
.1 > ce irad thoughtfully. 
'''''•'<•' Its uQusual wording, 
.'-•a,' i.oii-. ,1 Mrs. Qervalse, who 
oxMied to be particular in btr eholw 

requb^ a imnijwk'm, -fkMma 
need not apptjr." malt tha adver- 
riBsment. 

"I dont knoar what a 'Oriffen 
U," murmured Joyre "but I'll nn 
s^i'-! -Iii- !•.•-:,., IV ,,,!, 
nic uO A ; ! i • r ' t ' 1 1 .f. 



glad If I did." answered Joyce 

"I m suiprLsed you haven't Uied 
long HKo oi).< ived n.-rttiice. "con- 
sidering everylluiig but Jiaot did 
not answar. 



tXtt Be 



. -M may be, 
" ' ! I"- living in 

Bleakhaven. nor make me more 
mleerablc. " and she decided on hav- 
ing an totervlew with Mrs. Oer- 



' she 

"To- 



"X-m gotaf up to 

toM Un. Bensf ord at dtonar. 



^nUth was making a fearful exhi- 
bition of himeelf at golf. HLs caddie 
was an unusually quiet, stolid lad. 
with an expreaslonlesa face Never 
onoe did the boy show any surprise 
at the play, and fladth tqok qpMg a 

fancy to hUn. 

At the end of the round. In the 
hope of getting a complhnent, he 
said: *7 have been traveling for the 
last six months. I'm quite out of 
practice That is why I'm In such 
I' 1 ' '■' in todav "' 

Oil. said the caddie, "then you 
have played before, Orr* 



orns m 

Relief in one minute jM 
all Pa n l/anisnes: ^ 

Putnam's 

Corn Extractor 



DqwiUowu 



• IM MO 

SirORI OtAlTNC 

LItTtN 
roa DULTONt 



Lnuk Uemomtratwn 



Office . . . 



and learn how to use 

the dial uicpliuaes 



Tdtt tfw7/ 
fmd 

the 

did 

easy 
t$ tUi 



FOR the purpose of showing the public how 
to use the new dial telephones which will 
come into tenrice in Victoria late this year, ' 
we have opened a downtown demonstration 
office at 6 30 Fort Sirttt (opptgitB tll» Jmh' 
berton Building). 

If you will visit us there, our demonstrators 
will be delighted to explain to you how the 
dial telephongg trt to be operated. In a slus 
case we have a model automitic telephtfMh^ 
exchange which yott mi/ see «tworl|b^ * 

We now hare demonstrators going from 
house to house and from office to office, in- 
itnicting our subscribers in the use of ^e 
ditl telephoat. 



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BKU ibH COLUMBIA TELEPHONE CO. 




Your eyes, although they be wall 

schooled. 
Are not Immune to beiag fooled. 
—Old Methar Nature. 



HHYDOLUkSAMOMH 



look.s a lot of money to a boy Junt 
.starting out on hi.n first Job. but he 
soon finds it '"not enough" and IooIls 
eagerly for a raise. But at ags 36 
he thinks ft all right to gaaMMUr 
fifty daOars a month. 

Around age 50 he begins to figure 
how mueh eapital he has saved and 
then rsaliass that $M a month u 
gaod intereet on llO/WO. and not to 
be deepieed. At 56 or eo he begins 
to worry about hl.s old age. and $50 
a month then seems a lot of money 
to the ksgr ha win saw ka- 

come. 

A QvaaANTECD iNc omr roa Lnrs 

bMlnnInt at >■* »S. m or I.S r.n h* .our. 



I tnd of Ilf». when »7 par cent of Mople 
In their UUr rtara ara vartlaUy or wholly 
dapandant upaa othar* for support? 

Vou know of mm «rll ur In yf«rt who 
•ra atlU "drue«Ui« alona - Thay can- 

■•e iSe* beSgaw ea an t« uia aae of 
UUlr ear* tar a luint 

Whan thsy wan yovaaar th»v dui not 
Mva tha ahaaaa mom offarad you it 
waa not than peaalMa to aaeart audi a 
eonyanlral and etrtain prerttl«B aa tha 
Canada Lift Paniinn PUn. which auaran- 
laaa that upon rr.chini * certain aaa m 
Ufa y*u wlU racaira a aMUthly aliaaua for 

issao. iisaee. nse.se. iiss.se. « what. 

arar iS n sal VM mm e«aiea~to ba aald 
as IMS es rse Ura. 

Tf jtn Mtaaie bacama totally ditoblae. 
(tart tha IncMsa «iUM«t vaittaw far 
iho ratiramaat as*. Tan aaa atmioii 
your^if for M« M aaS narS rgarasif 
now tatinii IMS tf MMsaM Ouawh |aUl 

euabilltr 




nnaneial 
affatra. aad 
falara— hewt 



taka itoek ' 



•f raar praaant 
V yaar paraenai 

a Plan tor the 



Peter .Rabbit fhlnk.s his eyes are 
pretty good. Yes, sir. he thinks they 
arc pretty good He knows they are 
not as good as the eves of .wme of 
the other little people of the Oreen 
Forest and the Oreen Meadows, but 
he believes them good enough to 
have faith in. He knows that they 
do not compare with the eyes of 
such people as Redtall the Hawi< 
and other members of the Hawk 
family. But when he sees a thkig 
he Ls sure of what he .sees 

So it happened that Pet/r was 
very much puzzled. Ue had been 
over to the Old Orchard, and while 
he was elttlng near the old stone 
wan Hiat is en one edge of the Old 
Orchard he saw Striped Chipmunk 
whisking along (he oM wall a.i only 
striped Chipmunk can. Peter and 
Striped Chipmunk are old friends 
Sftiped Chi! . rlldiit sfnp to 

speak Hewn , 'lurry He dis- 
appeared befwerM M,r tone.<< of the 
old wall. Peter knew that some- 
where down underneath Striped 
Chipmunk had a hole to the ground 
And that his hone was there. 

Pef.eT had almost forgotten Striped 
Chipmunk and wa.s sifMng. half 
dreaming, when lir < hiulit Ju."!!. a 
glimpse of scmeor.o popping out 




"V\aH a minute, w^tit i 
said Peter 



minute. 



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•Walt a minute; wait a minute I' 
said Peter How do yOtt knOW no 
one else ever did?" 

'"Because Chlpmimks are not 
black." declared Ohattarsr hi hk 
moet decided way. 

"Why shouldn't there be a Black 
Chipmunk as well as a whito Red 
Squirrelf" demanded Petar. 

Chatterer didn't know just what to 
say. You see, he had onee had a 
eon who wore an all-white coat. It 



had happened only once, but that 
from between the stones of tiie old '"^ ■ ^ Bqulrrel 

wall, and almost at once disappear- ''ould be white That's dlfTerent," 



tng again Peter. s eyes flew Wide 
open, Tes, sir. they flew wide ooen. 
stared and staiad aod heyed that 

would re- 



veo paancvtAu am* aooaLsr 



TIM cAiiAOA urn 
witfiMt •eueauaa «• aiy part, sliase smi as a 
iMMi/w Wlk- eai IH taaw bewiasa I 
• lakes a Matt tor 



'Awr, Tmnla. 

'.•t pipUlniM your Oaaran- 

tMt aa*« saab aMoUi la acear 

•eaa«wiaa«# 



se tirtt 



.SS'l 



"That wa."tn't Striped Chipmunk, 
but It was a Chipmunk. " declared 
Peter ■ It mu.st have been a Chip- 
munk. It was lu.st the shape of 
Striped Chipmunk, and It ran like 
Striped Chipmunk. But, unlSM I'm 
color blind. It was black. Of eoms, 
that couMnt be. ChlpaMBka aia not 
black. It nlUst be that I was ntore 
asleep than T thought i was ppr- 

I was ahoJlv asleep nnd 
11- 

JUet then C:h«tlerer the Rerl 
Sfulrrel earn" whl-^klnu alon? the 
old stom wall At once he mw 
Peter Peter saw him. fhattSrsi 
■Mide a faoe at PUter and wtm going 
to ran along when PetgvgMlBs. TMd 
M • Blaek Ckimmkr' 
Hter. 
Stopped sbnjptiv I«o 
and no one 



said Chatterer lamely. '"Whlti SOato 
dojuppen once in a while." 

"So do bladt eeats happen once to 
a While," retorted Peter, who jast 
then happened to remember tkat 
R^ddy Pox had OSMS had a SSB with 
a black ooat. • 

Chatterer remembered at the same 
minute, and .v> he couldn't say a 
word of denial Still, he wasat 
rsMly to beliava that Patsr Md seen 
a Mack Obtpanatt. 'Tat».* he said. 
]Yra wsra dreaming. There may 
a black fox. for I 
that Reddy Pox did have a 
bladt-roated »nn And. now I think 
I' I beiif r 1 ,,. l heard that 
m ."^orne p|p, ^ ,r- binrk mem- 
bers of my Happy 
Jack and Orey S^uirroL But I haea 
never known of a Maek OhSpinak, 
•nd I dont believe yen-ra seen om.- 
IMther do T.- said Pet#r t 

hai <• ' ^ nlataken 
(Copviis. .:>.<o. 



save you 



as mucli as ^iiO 

Prices have been reduced to prepare the way for 
a new car which the factory wiU pment In th« 
winter. WhWt differtnt enough to c]a«ify as a 
new model, the new car will tcoialn practically 
ttieiaine in appe^urance, tiae and deiigna It will 
. the faoM type en|^ at the present car. 

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THE DAI LY fOLON^X* VICTQWA, B C WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 17, 1930 



FINANCE - COMMERCE 



MARKETS 



La$t'Hour Rally in Quiet 

Session Rrrorrrs Ground 
Last Earlier During Day 



MSW YOlUiE. flcpt l«r-Tbt MOk 
aarlNC r«tttod In the kM hour of 
* 4«M MMion today but the 

eovcry did llttlr more than eliminate 

thr dav's loh.-.tw it whs the fifth 
sucof'sjilvr iIm v hi a hu h the doml* 
naiit itfin) li.ii! ii' (■!! ili)wir^;ird 

Hhoiih who lui(t t)-t']i paying their 
rt.sjx-ct.s te the motion pictutet and 
radio fthare«, as well as to nome of 
tiM old UiM laduatrlal favorttes 
pil out new llnoi, Meetlm the 
' " fwai InplMnent 



flrm trend In the bond markot -and 
• few tan.*.- MtaMlahsd noi» talghs 
for tbt year. Buytnc waa of • 
■aloeUir* nature 



OnEIGN EXCHANGE 



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Sear* Roebuck. Mortt#mery 

Ward, Case and International Har- 
vester yielded 2 to 4 points before 

m'' *if; support 

(i.ii.^in ( '.ruii'iw vtRKing to « 11 4 

iin tMiri i: : !.'! ;il 811k HosKTy 

of! ncui, 4 A'ii P iwrt'>r a i t r 

otiv I s .f • i .• ! I,, .i-;..-- ,.,iMil 

Kor^er Ciiocery tJid iialcv.'av tiUjich 
ro3? 3 end 4 points, respectively. 

Ill r-nriHi •-•nrks made narrow 
mi'N" . ty United Btates 

8te^. Kleouic Power Si Utiot. 
ABwrlean M«wr it Xiglit. liHatnian 
Kodftk. Koater WtjwJer and Union 
OaiWdt vhowed vtlns of about a 
point and there wera fhu:tlonal ad* 
van^ss In General Electric, Ameri- 
can Telephone, General Motorn, 
Wcstinehous" Elfctrle and Rr^dlo. 
International Ilarvrster';, four- 
point drop W8. halved ;ind .'.o wa.5 j 
MontTorrery V/ard .s t'.vn-p imt de- 
rhn" Seais Ihi^lm-k ,in<l lohns- 
MhiumU* fm'.she.: f ! . ii:-, lower. 
American Wat'-; hoi k.s w.is s ronfT. 
rallying a couple cf points. J I. 
Case cloaed 13-4 higher, and Dia- 
mond Match soarsd S. 

PofaisA awhango rataa flmad. 
The Spanis*! pee;^ was soft. 

Hjjh gra • ' ;e8 held a 



Allcitian]' Corpn. . . 

Amaa GiM». 

Aa. Oaa 

Ao» For Pow»r .... 

AnirrKAi) let 

American IiUl 

An. LMMMti«> 

Am. aaMlUrs 

Super -po»«T ... 

Tel * Tel 

Am Tobacco ' B ' . . . 

Anaconda 

Aaa'd Cry Oaoda ... 
AtlanU* ItaflaMT ... 

AtehiMn ' 

Au^iirn Motori 

I'.altiiiiorr it <):i1q . . . 
'u ihleh'm 0tc«l : . . . . 

'iirtfwi O9. 

H-ooklyn Itonint ... 
dyer J I A Ml Co. . 
CalDiaM ti Aria. 
Calumet ie H*cl» 
Crn Dry Olnnr Air 
Canadlin P«el(lc 
OhMApeake ft Ohio . 
Chic. It Nort.'iireil . 
Chic.. R I * Pae . . 

Chryaler Motor 

Cltle* Strvlct 

Coca C«« 

Col. PimK * Iron 

Columbia Oa* 
Col. Oraph'one Co 
I Co'iinmrrial Colvont*. 

COiU. Oaa 

I Cent Motor 

' Cor n Produda 

I CuriUs-Wriiht 

Da? lion Ch^mlral . . . 
Dupont Powder .... 

Bactnan Kctf-<k 

Ktoetrin Anto-UU .... 
Eiee. Bend M 8iuir«. . 

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for Qgfmlm^ Crap 




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I LOWKST CURRENT RATES. PROMPT SERVICE 
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Established 1S87 



625 Fort St. 



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Oenrral E:r<lr:c 7t-7 

Ueiieral Pood (7-4 

Qonera) Motor* Ij^t 

Oortfrai Ry. Stinal... H 

Gen. TIir,\trfi Equlyt. t4 

Gold Do I . 41-a' 

Good rich Rubber Z» 

GrfBl Norlh pf4.v 

Oricrtby -Gruaow ...«■ J9 

Oulf SUU« «... 'SO 

HoMton OU 74 

Huftaon Motor 30 3 

Kupp laotora 13-3 

niloola Central lit -7 

InspiroUoo >4«7. 

totl. Caaib. Cos. ...... 4-7 

IntL mrv«8t«r ...... TI-0 

mtl. NIekol Zi I 

Int. Tel. t: Tel 43 7 

JohtM Ujnrllle S9 

Kelvlnator 16-1 

iCinnecott COtpos .... S4-7 

Ko'ittr-Rr.dlo i-t 

hezntU St Mvers - a ° lOi 3 

loult. A Nasb . . . ".' . 119-8 

Mark Truck »8 

Mexican Seeboerd 34 

Mid. Cenfnt P«ta . . . . tt-i 

Moatiootery Ward >1-3 

Kaih My.ori 34-8 

Natl BIwult 81 8 

Natl. Civh Res 47 4 

Natl Dairy Prsd .11-1 

Natl Power di LUbt . 48 

>Tevad». Con^. .". U-l 

Norfolk * West 338 

North Amertcm 105 3 

'<orU>*rn PiKirie .... 73 

N Y. Caotr.'l i«S-« 

N Y.. Ont & Weat . ., 0-8 

r:\ekard Motor ...... 13 

i Paramount Pubita ... ••-« 

Pr t:ie com 4 4 

I .''enii.^ylviiotn R.H. . . 73-8 

I Per* Marquctt* 131 

: PbUOpf roM 33 

I Public b«r. ol N J •3-4 

Piitlmnn Co a7-a 

R;»!j lo Corpn , .49 

nidlo ICeltb Orph. ... 35 

Rep. Iron * StMl 34-3 

TJoy*l Dut:li 7r4 

Snari RosblMk tl 

Shaitork-Dena 4 

Shell Uttfon 14-3 

SImmona Co 37 4 

Sliirtilr Cona 31-3 



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The ready alKsorption of recent flo- 
tations in the bond market i» an 
indication 6l .r.n tncreasin}; tieinand 

for liijjh-gradt hoiids, to assure a 
steady incanie from uvailabKi funds. 

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SILVER MARKET 

LONDON, 8ept 16.— Ba^ eUvcr 
la 13-10d per (iince 

AT NEW YORK 
NEW YORK. «ipC. lt.>-Bex cU- 

I vcr 36 3-8. 

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,(^C4CO. Sept. iC.-Tha wheat 
palurkU had ant!th«r derltne early. 

Induced by tlie weakrie.vn i-.t Liver- 
pool, that beirr: affe'^tc;! by pnaaitre 
to sen naarjy Rus.blaR and Indian 
wheat fuiii a!.s3 by jepjrt.s of iKlit 

raUas In ttic Arg^ntoM. Oo the de- 
cline th«ra wasykmer e^aunlssloo 
iMifiaa deauiiHl. with- •olive abort 
covering In, late trade aad « aharp 

advance. Heports from tdlnneapplit 

and Winnipeg .said ther" was I«h 
! actual pres.sure .in Aiif .i' Umn foT' 
, .srp'f" tlnii' r'i:ini", .cirr.ul*, were 
li)J(»<n A^A-,'.: .' : .')M OOO h v( a; a„;.i 
I Early uellveneb were iQ2,0\]fi bu&lieUi. 

. ,I*lgli^ Ircsts were reported In Ar- 
fentloa, which wore not aertooa but 

served to call attCTitlon to the fact 

that A: K«'nt r, uc .:., s uMiatl . h 
market itti : i .u ,i.'i> • jiciiiinK ••h 
this time on (poinp'aitii , ..r di 'u'^ti! 
in that country have hMih- t d N.mic 
attention. Canadian vi.sibU' i.u i . .i.' ;i 
3470.000 blUliels. Minneapolis stocks 
incriaMd •M.OOa tutiicla far tiMt, 
dasv. o» < • . 

'It Is hard t3 say what will beeur 
to chan'TC trad? sentiment but at 
this level we ; till feci like working 
ccn-ie. va'.h ely on the buying side on j 
dips. A little let up In hedging 
pressure seems imminent. 

Weakneaj in wheat early checked 
buying in corn, m aplte of Indlca- 
tlona of a le^vsr general demand 
develepmt dur!af the past few daya, 
the mafket rallied a UMte tale in 
the day in sympathy wltt) wheat; 
December noting a little tijht. Ship- 
ping demand was fair and country 
olTerlnss iiRhi. Ret-eipts were ill 
car5 e-.tlmated. with primary arrivals 
of 609,000 bushels azalnst 680,000 a 
year ago. If wheat should develop 
any 4aistai8iei strength we think 
com would respond quickly is any 
gaod support. 

There Is good conunlssLon bouse 
absorption of oats cn the dips, while 
Uedj:;iiK |V( s-,ure li not heavy. How- 
ever, ill" market cciulniies to be In- 
fluenced largely by the other grains. 

Rye W8ts weak with wheat early, 
rainylnf in l&te trade. 







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Uomo Oil 


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8.85 


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UPWARDATOAY'SEND 



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bued an unuU' and nei vou .cui;..- 
today. alttMUgh the raii;;e <>( pilio 
was not large. Export business wa 
again very small and disappointing 
but still there was good absorptkai in 
Invesanent buyln(: uML vhUe the 
October futura made a new h»w nm ^ 
at Tt 1-4. the market leoeraUy sum 
a good aooouat oi ttssU. and n a 
able to react rather sharply from the 
extreme hrrak 




We Issue Reliable $tock 
Markait Reports* Every 
Thursday 

MAILED ON KEQUEST 

BRANSON, BROWN & CO.. LTD. 

Caatral Bldj; . . ^, , _ 

Vimeria. B.C. ximltMm it 

MaUapina Hotel. Ninaimo, B.C 
' \ » Oorioasoaaom ot Locan « Mryau 

MMi BkO aaas I3aKlat8° Aaooclation. Vancouver Stock S 
Wa j k aaebantr. Seani* Curb Bacbaaa* 
HaOMaSir 8MNI 80*1 Msa a^B 
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57 


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81 






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54 . 







FEIN FLON m 
. FOLF PRODUCFIflN 



Moat of W«i^ of Onaalrwttan of 
rlaBt Wm ■• Completed by Be- 
glBnlag af Next Weak 



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FOR WED.VrSDAY 

B:d 

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ST WEALTH 




INDErdNITIES 
Wher t— 

Dec ; , 

May ....... 

March 

Corn — 
December 

M-y 

March 

rp '.ember 

CA.SM 

Wheat-No 1 H. 
•I4ii 8 M. n',. 

OOPlH^Ne 3 M. ean O 3 M. 93 

91 'v; 8 M. 00' *> 91%) t 83 « 

Y. 93 <j 03',; 3 Y. 9314 # 
91 »i 9:',: fl V. 81 « •1<4> I W, 
98<: : 3 W, 9j «i 88: S W. ttU 

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88', 
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Oats— Ko. 
3 W. 37>4 e 
R7»-.ns. 1. 



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88 



Stocks and Bonds 



tA I AUX9 a ca. vtcroiiiAi 



(9^. Mat OiTMraUM. 




*.bUlbi rower ft Paprr. ptd. 

8'!*tty Brot., eojT' 

Beatty Brot . pfd 

Ball Telephone 

Br.izll an TJL. M P 

BA 0!I 

B O Packer* 

B C. Power "A" 

Duildliu Product* "A" 

Canadle* Betort^o -A" ..... 

Canada Oyptum tS"i 

Gun Ind AlsOhoI "A" 3'j 

On.iiH.an Ilydro-Xlfctr.c .... 85 

CiiiBdlan Pajins (N Y.) 104'j 

CiUr Dairy, com 87 

C04);*kutt Plow 90 



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Bid 
74-. 
35 
•5 

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8 

38 
83', 



MUoa dollars to her revaauo 

each year.... A quarter of th« 
nation * export trade Is traoe> 
abl« to forest tictivitiea. 

The aviator is effectively 
nvsctinf the flr« mcnaee.... 
the scientist successfully 
combatting other dc* tructiva 
•ffaatt.... Umic holders are 
rsplan ting on cutovcr lands... 

s forests aie boiaf 
lotstlifently ooosofvod to 
aaaka o e a sa l c ss and loerias* 
intf aoetrihutloo to the 4a» 
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Co -no* nrV. foni. 

Oom nlon Bridge 

Dam '1 Gt'r -, 

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?'ro<t Sl"!;l A Wire rmi 
Prn .f Cterl M W re, pfd. 

Oen»id Steol Waroi 

1 BrldSo 

Daush.. eoo^.'. . 

Rome O.I 

'm^f r:i I o I . . 

lilt -r: r>t,on*l Nlckfl 
Internat'onal Pt'rolcum 
intanisueaal OMBtle* -A" 
Laks of tk8 Woeda. cms. . 

a|-«oey-Hr:-..' rixr, 

8loColl-rr-i u.-i.i'.i 

Voattorl Poryrr, 

Norf nCa 

pace-Hertey TaS** 

Powtr CorporatMB 

Quebec Power 



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(Miller, Court St Co . Ltd I 

TORONTO. Sept 16.— Entering on 
the final stretch toward full pro- 
duction, the varlou."; plant.s of the 
Hudaon hay Mining <k ^melting 
Codipany are bettif tuned up hi an 
effort to have emyihlnf runnlaf 
smoothly by the time the smelter 
is ready to receive the roncf ntnitns 
from the mill. The latter Is con- 
tinuing its work nf iip.itlng the 
copper ore and Is runnln'^ at the 
rate of about son tons dally with 
thft concentrates being stored in the 
nirantlme. When total production is 
attained the plsnt will be putting 
out tjMO tons dally, amounting to 
some 50,000.000 pounds of copper and 
M.000,000 pounds of zinc annually. 

The latest «tat.ement of the com- 
pany on the progress of all phases 
of construction Is as foUows: 

"The mill Is cnyrsly oompleted. 
The cyanide plant for the hecovery 
of the gold and silver values in the 
ore is completed and will go Into 
operation about September 8. The 
central power substation and sub- 
offfr I station for the electrolytic plant are 
completer! T!i» tankroom in thp 
electroly!. plant is 60 per cent 

finished and will go into operation 
about the middle of September. All 
electrical connections both to the 
tankroom and to sine roasters arc 
made. The Bloc Cottrell idant Is 96 
per esQt ready and win be available 
on Septmber f. The sine stack in 
tho smelter is built and all the flues 
are flnl.shrd The elect rlrian.s are 
now inaklD'i th" connections to the 
leachlnti plant which will go into 
operation on September 6 or 7. 

"Elsewhero in the .smelter, the 
following have reached the stage of 
completion: coal pulvtitdhg plant, 
reverberatory furnace, eofiper stack 
bedding bins. OnO of the three cop- 
per pqasten Is complete and 
ether Iwo wlH be finished by Sep- 
tember 15. The conveyors to the 
Copper roftsters are expected to be 
:?ady on September Power no* 
yet connected to the (opi>er smelter. 

"Completion of the wn te heat 
boilers \s expected by September 15. 
In the converter plant the steel has 
been erected but riveting is not fln- 
Ishsd yet. Power lines to the copper 
converter have not yet been set up. 
There has been some delay to the 
dsBveiy of the balloon flues and 
they will probably not be in place 
until about October It. The motor 
generator and the blower In the 
powerhouse are Iwgtalled paA ae^ yet 
connected up." 

It may thus be sf-n that by the 
beglnnln" of n-xt work most of the 
work will be onipieted and in a 
verv 'hort time general production 
wii' Milv hr awaiting the final work 
to be tlone on the smelter. 



I ,)\ rrpo. 1 u d- u I ,1 K I ; '■ h.i 
Wh'.'h 111 ,'.! '!iir !i.iilki-t 'li olii'.M 
3-4 ''1 1 -J I;"Ar! I. '.lit III; (jllilr; 1\ 

.set. ;i! niiil ( ' I . i lini'ifd i l I 
cent- . • tvit il!f' i.m;\ii;k laded awnv 
and Willi ( Ifei /.„ liiiich larger, the 
market broke U) the i^ew low mark 
However, offerings again dried up. 
and with New York Interests buying 
May. and iMal tavostora bnylng De- 
cember, cambhiod With short oover 
tng. the market again feaeted to the 
hiphs for the day. 

Sentiment appears to be more 
friendly, and many are of the 
opinion that the market has been 
making a bott<'m the last two (' 
three days or near bottom 

In the cash market there was h 
good demand for some of the lower 
grades from Na 3 Northern down, 
at spreads 1-4 to 1-2 better, but th.^ 
ton grades were only in fair iBqatn 
while offerings were light. 
Ciiport sales were leas than 300,- 

000 bushels. Millers reported n 
ttttle exiaort business In flour. Coun- 
try BfMurfeotfate on Monday were 2,- 
338,000 bushels of wheat, against 3,- 
083,000 a year ago. 

nirmers have now delivered 100,- 
000,000 bushels of tills year's crop, 
which is one-thtrd. nnd it Is quite 
Dosslble the peak of the nunrment 
has been passed, unless prit cs turn 
much stronger 

BrormhaM ndniits that continental 
iLiUcts ill !■ to hiiy foreig:i 

wheats at current prlce.s. despite th-j 
heavy import duties and milling reg- 
ulations, which are Mndnlnc buying 
on a large scal^. Toward the close. 
Chicago tumsd very sttung, puUlng 
WlnpU)eg upwards. There were .-e- 
porta^ RvMla buytaig In Chloago. 
and frost In Argentine. The market 
fell 3*4 from the top. but closed 

1 3-t to 1 6-8 higher. We favor pur- 
ehasas on setbacks. 

Coarse grains Tliere was very 
little doing In the coarse grains 
again today, both demand for cash 
and futures being slou Soft at the 
start, later price.-, heald steady, fin- 
ally closing higher in sympathy with 
the late upturn In wheat. 

Liverpool duo to I hiffher on 
Winnipeg. 



So ndJuc^gmenithe Basit«tS«MNiliiiriMi| 




f'm jii.iKmeiif sa to which bonds 
ar, llie l.cst for you U bssctf OB 
strict investigation of the MCllfily 
and analysis of jroor own teottirc- 
menta. 

Christy, Hall 
& Co., Ltd. 

INVKSTMENT RANKCaS 

all Bide . aid Fort SIfWl 
Tel. «15-378-5tS 




We WoroanmsiiJ " 

Smith, Davidson « Mu^tiLM. 

7^ Firat Preference Cumulative Redeemable 
Shares, Par Value $100 
Dividends pajrable quartorl; 
t itulary and Afsltt at tajr 
in t anada. 

Callable as a 'whole 
interest dots at |105. 
Rep*-*-^i The RoFsl Trust Compsny. 

Free of British Columbia Income Tax 



Ijr OB tfie first day of July. October, 
branch ^ tk| Sefsl Bank of Caaate 

or la part en Wrtr dajrs* aotico en abr 



PVaPOSB OF tSSUK: Tke Ceaipany baa oe^airod ■ *ab*tanllal lnlrr»l In the 
'•■■•a atock ef the WAtmlnsler Papar Ceaapaay wkieh will tu* tbeai ao 
■alnterropted «ap»lr ef paper at factary coal aad enable them te eoSB8Mte kl 
all aarketa. both donipsllc and export. The director* of the Weatmlnstov rasOT 
rnmpaay have tirninrd Ihelr Inlrntlan In drrlarr ■ 7% dirldrnil rn Ihr raokaien 
»tn. k of Ihelr rempanv at thr rnd ot Ihr Ar^tt n>ral >rar. Th>» amuunt. ir paid, 
will Incroaao tbc Income of tb* Smith. Uartdaoa S WrtshI Campaoy, Ltd., k/ 
Sio.aoo per 

No aenler aoeo H tl— *8n be l*aa*« withoat tb* ooaaoat of at !••*( Iwe-thlrd* 
•( Ptrtt Pralereae* tbarebotder*. 

Price: $100 and Accrued Dividend Per Share 

With Bonus of 1 Sbsre ol Common, No Par VaUie, With Each 
• Share of Preferred 

ROYAL FINANCIAL CORPGXAiiOli, LTI. 

H. W. MtLLER. Msnager 



82 I M. 



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Wheat— No 1 Hard. •••,: 1 Mor.. 7»»4: 
3 Nor . 7744; 3 Nor , 78',: 4. 73'i! 8 n>, 
the i *• **'*'■ ''■•ck, 80'i 

Oat* No 3 CW, 32\; 3 CW, 30\ extr* 
No 1 feed. 39', : 1 feed. 38' j, 3 leed, 34'. 
rejected. 30 '4 : tr»ck. 33»;. 

Rye— No. 1 CW. 43'ii; 3 CW. 43'4; 3 CW. 
38'.: relectod 3 OW, 34 ""i; reitctod. 33 \: 
track, 43«4. 

Barley— Mo. 3 CW, 31: 4 CW. 37 \: 5 
CW, 344ii • CW, 31<.: track. 31'. 

FIM--I40. 1 NWC, H$: raiectcd, 133; 
trsak..l4T>4. 



WK OFFKR 

Sisters of Cliarity yf FroMiCieoi^e 

In the Province of British Columbia CSt. Paul's Hospitil) 
sy»Vo FIRST MORTOAOB 8BRTAL QOLD BOI(D8 

Dated Attgnat 1. 1930 Maturing Serially 1934 to IMf 

Yield 



Price to 



ituring 

5 55% 



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nvaarauNT 



Giliespie, Hart & Co. Ltd. ""^w 

Incorporated 1911 
611 Foirt Street Phones 2040-2041 

VTCTf)RtA VAVCOirVFR 



Whsat— 
Oeoeabor 

May 

OctoScr .. 



Industrial Stocks, Mines, Oils. Stocks Traded 
on All Exchanqes. 

£. HUNTINGS & CO., LTD. 

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SELECTED FIRST (ViOHiGAUE^ 

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HEiSTERMAM, FORMAN A COo 



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48 

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(anaaeoN. anowar e* co . 

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Calo.u V Oii blocks 



<rt. a. Euaainaa * o».. u«.> 





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, 1 NT BONDS 

Al VICTOSU ; 
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NiSBin, iiiU 

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205 Central Building, VICTOR] A Telephone 8644 
Vancouvar Office Tclephonea: Seymour 1563, 1565. 1566 
IfwtTMl QucbM Ottawm Torooto Hamiltoo 



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ooaaintoN Loaa 

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1841. 1« M»r a Sept. 4,'. 180 88 180 M 
1844. Itth April * 0*1. 4','. 180 80 !•• 66 

1*44 lat p>(> * Aus , 4'.-. ••a.M isasa 

Add nrrrurd tnlerett 10 dat*: 
1881. 188 d«y<. 2 301 per 8100 
1837. }'. . II day*. 306 per tltO 

i«87. 5<-<', . i«7 day*. I dts por alsa 
isaa. issa. tsas. i<a day*, saw pn ates. 

lata tl day*. 'M prr tlOS 
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1*44. 114 Or ' '3) prr tteS. 
1*48. 48 d*rr. 581 per f SS 
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British Domlnlan 

Mayland 

Mld-W*it 

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SIvnal RUI 

Tnmor Vaaep .. 

Alia. Pae. Cea. . . 

Oatmont 

CAE Corpn. . . 

Ba>trre«t 

Preehold 

H»r*»l 

Home OU 

nillMU AJborU ., 

Madison 

M-Doa- B««. (sai 
Mctjend 

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Hodol 

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ALBE UTA OIL W ELLS 

fMdumr. aa* a c*.. Lt4.> 
Picking up the Dalhooala saad at 
*M0 fset. Mercury No. 1 well hss 
been drtUlag continuously and Is 
now at 4.093 feet with satisfactory 
progress tielne made. Therr have 
been oil and pas showing.s at various 
depths and flic geology l.s that the 
limo should be struck at around 
5,200 t.T .-^,,300 feet. 

Good time continues to be made 
at No. 7, now at 1.500 feet. The 
casing in No. 5 had to be run a 
second time, but It seems to bs sll 
right now, and drHttaf will start 
wltMn I few days. 

East Crest No. 1 has been drUled 
through about forty feet of the 
hard formation In which it ha.s 
been making very careful progrea.'s 
durlna: the pa.>;t week or more, and 
the total depth L«: now 4,672 feet, 

Driller-, at th" No. 2A well arc 
Still making the best time they can 
through the chert beds. It was 
thought for a Ume that they had 
been drilled through Into softer 
formation, but It was oaJ|y on^ of 
the*markers that had bean ceeoun- 
tered in other wells in the same 
area, and now they are back In the 
chert agafai. The well is bottomed 
at 4,443 feet. 

Tiiough It 1.1 not listed amooc the 
producing: wells of the province, the 
DevenUh Mo :l well in Skiff field 
supplied about 4.000 barrels of oil 
which was used as fuel when the 
Dauntless well was being drilled. 

The oil was raised by a com- 
pressor snd the restdU cannot be 
Called a flaah in the pan as oil wss 
taken from tha wonder a mattter of 
about BhMtf days. w4ileh would ghw 
" of nearly forty- 
and at tfincs it was 

to have prod'ir^d up to fifty 
baUTCb. There rre lots of field* 
where a forty-five f.o fifty barrel 
wall would b; looked upon a.s a good 
ons. 



To Close an Estate 

Farm. 28 acres, in four-mile circle. Gordon Head district. 19 screa 
cultivated, 9 seres pasture; oak trees, gsrden snd orchard; com* 
manding view of beautiful surroundint country; 9-room residence, 
hardwood floors, cement basement, iurnacc, modern plumbing, 
COnservstOry ; bams and outbuiltiings. 

Apply Trustee, J. H. JOHNSTO-V. of 

JOHNSTON & COMPANY 

1314 BfMd St . . - VtoHi^ BC 



$2,500 , 

by tmttmt 84 (**l* • 
doy — OOO of OMoy 
Invostor* Ivndlsoto 



Yqui Boy 




Smile sktLde^ioo/ 



Ten aio kfm yoor I 
wSI provMo 

Colloso 



If 



I or proleMlen 



PREMIER GOLD 



The coming 
Pretnier of 
bring th* 

the r-Ti 
81 . > 
bci:i8 li ' 
the third 



k OKI 

diabiirxement 



lec 



dtvMeaids on 

;o t:ie Is.'-', an: 



on 

S cfnt.s piT share will 
total dividends paid by 
ndn" t.o more than 
ir ginrid total actually 
VI (100 Registration for 
quarte; dlvidrnd clOOSS 

18. ditocfc wlU saU ax- 
il. 

ft of S. A. 



He can have big M sbere of advewlB f es and 
flood ikinja. Tbe O ^araaleed laveitors 

Syndicate Plan ii provitJlng over 55,000 
American ?jirn'! ct v. 4 ^jnf^s to cducstc iKsir 
chiJdrtn snd 3iv« them advsntaset in life. Small 

^^^^m mmm mJumi ^m^m mt^^^M ^^^LJ mmm^tttttm^ m^mmm 

sens fwyuaony oopossaow aiwoOTw wv aiwai 
$1|000 to $100,000. Cboipouncy inferosf workt 
ttf magic I Send coupon sad Isani b«W ibig 

Plan wil' ^ ' f ' '''^"P ^Uri 

Investors SyrwiMAii. 

FOUNDED 1894 
t» OOmV HALL flUMANO, VKTOfOA, t. C 
OMeag ia Sf jNlHiM cMta 



••a«**0»*»0a*«d 

--^-7— -r— 



..I 



Ing dlrsetor of the Premier Oo!d 
eetltnaled broken 
raomea at «lt.- 
havtac a groes vahas of 



Halrdreaaer: 
madams have 

time? ' 

(la a 



"What shade 
se hair dy«d 



ead maaac- 9UM a tea detni la the stxtto level^l dartc' 



wlL 
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THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA'. BC WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 17, 1930 



FINANCE - COMMERCE - MARKETS 




ER 



Elected Director of 

Royal l runt (.oinimny 




Oils Qenaraliy Highor— Mod- 

•rati Advances In ilaiqr . 
Stocks 

MINES DULL BUT STEADY 



Viliuue leli o<f a UUlc on Uie Van- 
eotwr Mg«k BMlMMit* today, but 

pri. r5 wpfp tiiclmrd to t»> flMtiei 

<Ja.^ \*(-ic KfiifiHiiv hhjhei. wiihmcx}- 
pral • Hd'.iiiKcs .scatu-rpd through- 
out li\t McLeod led with • gala 
of 15 centi to IJO, while Home wm 
up U cents to 3 J». lU]rl«ad juauMd 
7 Mota t« Ji^irttfto gains imiwlng 
frora 1 to 3 cents were recorded by 
omted. Modal. Vkaabold. Dattunisle, 
c. * s. OorpontisB. aiMl A#, 
solidated. 

The Bflaes wtM .dnll but 
nilad steady. 



▼ahies 



\in>U(nisU<l— Met tt i;; 

A f> ( «M Bt .M: MO al 67 

Oaln>'^< I ^0 at It; l.»oo it so 

O. A t . nrporatlon— »0 at 7», IM ftt 

.W: l<" ^ 

Fabycii Ptte— l.SOO »t 04. * 
Pr««heM— «M at M. 

Hom* Oil— IM at I M; aog •( 3.S1; 600 
•t 1 M 
Mayland— S.MO at M. 
Mareurv— «00 at M. 
MeLMd— *M at l.M. 
MoSal— M» at JT 
Okelie. Mw- 500 at .4t. 
T a — I U ' I.SM 14. IM *t .M. 
Mlnei 

ait MlaMurl- 200 at n 50 at .M. 
Laa Anctlai-Vancouvcr— too at M. 
National SllTtr— l.Me at .SB. 
OrMon Copper— M at .OS: XMt •! M. 
Pramlcr Oold 300 at rr. 
Kath Hope- »00 at 03<.|. 
anowflak»— AOO at .04'>. 

Omi% BaakMva 
OroVa Wtt— uew at im. 

1 000 at Mi IN at 




M. p. Mim SimVEYS |£»ormoi« Planu Are Buik \ 
Wi^^UMkl In ternatio nal ISickel 



Manacinc O I r f r t O r of Prrmic r 
V aruuni Clraiicr V: knroura«rd 

bf Tow of rrovtooes 



MONIKhAl Sip 
McCall. .Mi.!:'ir-a! w 

director t)i Uu- ito-.iii 
PMny at a meeting of 



l i 1 1 ' I 'oin - 



directors held here on September ». Jmvs vlsHed the Ifartttma 
MoCaU b pnaMam cf Dr«m 



aroaiftNa sales 

Olli 



Mr 

MMMI * OMpugr. Ziamad. 
Iron and steal nMrdiaota, vttteta ba 
founded tn IMl, with ttia lata 

George E. Drummond. Re tr also 

a director of th^ Canada Iron 
Foutidries. Limited, and of the Mac- 
kinnon Steel Corporation. Limited. 

He Is treasurer of the Montreal 
Oenrral Hospital and a member of 
the Montreal Board of Trade. 



Oil SHtuiilny fveniuK M f IiH- 

cui, msnaglng director of the Pre- 
mier' Vaeown Oaaner Co. ttaimad. 

entertained the BrltL^h Columbia 
executilves and the Vancouver sales 
fores at dteaar at the OeorgU 

Hotel. Among Ifiose prr.sent were 
W P 't'hi*i nlull pMjvincial man- 
iiurr uiid otiicr exeouUvCS ttOtn 
Vuncou. fi aiid Victoria. 

Mr Tuteur. in ^the OOUm oi a 
iiiiort speech, said: 

"We are paAsing through troublous 
times, and durlnf? such a pei lod we 
hear rumor.s tnQfitly. be It »ald, ui»- 

ri.uiKii'ii of teMMa d|MN^' apd 

*i>i.sf 10 come. . .' ' 

Just irhat .Jt tbi aitaiBl gitua- 

tion? 

During the last few asoatha. I 



Capacity Is About l utiy Million i'c^nds ot Metal 
Monthfy— Otf Deporits WUI La<t ^or Gcwra- 
tioiii at TlAt lUtf ' 



While it IS K< li' Taily iini>wn ui a the coBlry, dtMvttv 'together hii 
vague May that International army flfThalil||>[||. iMnS ttae-fac- 
Nlekel of Caoad* has one of th^ tortatf »nd mUk el' uCmnlry bu«y 

Ifot only fbat, but VM* future opera - 



faou 



;ttM FroTlnce or Quebaa* and 
Ika prtadBal tom* m <M 



at 11^ t.OOO at 1}, 
A.r Coo.— Me at M: IJM at ftl. 
Oabnont— 500 at Ti; IM at It. 

CAE ("-nrnn 100 iit 77; 100 at 71. 
KaxtrrefrT (■,,: ^> vs ' 

Fabyan r«te- J.OiO at 4; 100 at 4Vt. 
Ham* Oil— tM al l.M: ISO at 3 46. 
Nayland— S0« at M: IM at Sli 1,»0 at 
I.* 300 a( »7; IM St ft. 

Mf- ... at 35 

McL«o4— too at 1 as. 

Msai^ IIS St n. 

Mla»a 

Big Ml-Bourl 1.000 al 81 l.jOfl at 92. 
aeorca Copper— 30 at 1.30; IM at I II 
OraiMlvla*— l.OM at m. 
Iatf«p«nd«o«a— 1.00O at lit. 
IfaUa flv^SO at 7 
Oraten Ooppar— «,0M at 11. 
Pand Orallla— ue st 14*. 
Pramltr-lOO a4 ft} t^St al Ni M at 
M; 41 at l.M. 
Nmvm McOeaald— MS st a. 
aB«irfUka— t.2M at 4H 

Trtpley Rlrhfleirt 7 ino iit J. 

( urb Kvrhan«r 

Morton WaolMjr-^l.ooo at 3. 
WesS M lW a,IM at i%. 
INHoi Corpn ^SM at 14: 100 at 05 
IS at ox 



FIRST (iNTAR'n "^lifr^ 



Nickel Contrad Lei 
For $2,000,0 00 I/nlt 

Confirming tAe announced policy 
of International Nickel Con^iany, 
Limited, to carry on with Its ex- 
pansion programme, a contract has 

recently been 1ft for the sum of 
$2,000,000 1*1 Fra.vi lli ai p KiKineer- 
ing Company Thf work In view is 
the preparation of a new unit to 
handle part of |j(M pcocoM nqw car- 
ried on at Pen Oblboma. 

The new plant yfUl naka two 
products, one for the copper re- 
finery and the other for the nickel 
refining end The process is the first 
step In rofinfiiiont as now carried 
on at Port Colborne, and tlie de- 
cLslon to erert this plant at Copper 
Cliff Is the fruition of the dTlsion 
of directors to gradually cpntralize 
work In the vicinity of the smelter. 

It is also announced that there 
wUl be further expenditure 00 plant 
at the Frood property. 

CALGARY OIL NEWS 



Court * Cfi 

CALGAHY. Rept U; Ma viand 
No. 2: Unoflirial rprvjrt.s from Turner 
Valley last night said Mayland No 2 
southern portion ot the field, is con- 
stantly showing a tendency to In- 
^ „ ^ .crease production. Recent estimates. 
COPPER IS PROD U CEO, while separator adjustments are con- 
^ Itlnulng, indicated that the rate at 




forward step in the 
iaduatry of OnUrlo. electro- 
la now being refined at 
cuff, Ont.. for the first 
time, it la ballava^ in ■satam 
Canada 

Tlir first ( opprr sheet to ba Bade 
«as sent to Hon Charles McCrea, 

M:;.i.s'fr of Mlnr.s yesterday. It 
was in the form of a typewritten 
sheet 



and resembled an ordinary 
business letter in every thing except |fl«lfl and rotary' equipment, while No. 



present exceeds 200 barrels dally. 
Eastcrest No 1 was at 875 feet In 

the limeatnnc laat night. Mr. Price, 
manapinc-dircctor of the company, 
would nat dl.'^^clo&e the possible ga.s 
flow, but It l.s understood that pres- 
ent voium.- would prarlda fair com- 

morrial rcrovprv. 

i':as;( res' r.c 2 A ■ was drllHng at 
220 feet In tho lime: this well is 
being drilled wHh o:l for circulating 



color and texture. The wording in 
f orau that this was taken from the 
first tank ef electrolytic oopper r«- 
flaad at the plant of tlM Ontario 
MaflBlng Company 

All the various plia.sp.s of produc- 
tion and manufacture are now car- 
ried out at Copp"r (Miff. Instead of 
sending the copper ore to the United 
Btates reflnr-rtes for the final stage, 
the work Is now done at the scene 
3f its production WiMi only one 
exception, all workmen emplmred 
era O a n a di a n s, tiw eoppar latter 
states. 

neWyork sugar 

NXW YORk. Sept. Ifi Raw sugar 
declined 2 polnt.s rarly tixlay under 
increased offering.s of nearby duty 
frp' ' after .lale.s were made of 
23,4(Mi t>a«» of Philippines due next 
week to a local refiner at 3 13 de- 
livered, holders withdrew and raised 
their price to ( |5. llefined prices 
were quoted at iM to 4.46 for fine 
granulated, unchanged from the 
m ig aM S ckMO with a good with- 
drawal dsmand, bat naw bualnaM 
itUl Hnttai. • 



1 l^as been drilled with diamond in 
the productive depths of the lime. 

Coalmont No. 7: Cleaning opera- 
tions are continuing at Ooalmont 
Nd 7. it was stated last night by F 
C. Birks. director of the company. 
Shortly before daylight this morning 
unofficial reports stated the opera- 
tions had been hampered by the 
lo»w of a bit In the hole, but n.T 
confirmation wn.s available The 
well. iocaU^d In the Dalla.s leii.se. 
was shot early last wask with 300 
quarts of nitroglycerine. 



prtndMl towfli Jm Ontarlai I 
found tha Iteinnie Irbvlnces mueh 
more pro s pert m s than they were last 
year: Qaebec. it is true, not so pros- 
perous as in 1929 but with few un- 
employed ami K .steadily rising 
standard of living; Ontario, grous- 
ing, of cour.se, that 1930 was not 
proving as sati.sfactory as 1939. but 
taken as a whole, more prosperous 
than In 1928 A.s a matter of fact, 
our sales at the Canadian National 
Exhibition at the time I left, were 
in excess of last year's sales, whlah 
were a record. 

"I have also visited In the past 
few months a number ef centres in 
the great republic to the south, and 
what I have seen has convinced me. 
more and more, how fortimate we 
are. to be living in this great Do- 
minion 

"Further, it must l>e remembered 
that there Is a general world de- 
pression and from mv i orre.spond- 
eiK'e in Europe ami fls^where. it 
would seem to me that perhaps with 
the exception of France, we are In 
a more satisfactory comlitlon re- 
garding employment and the situa- 
tion generally than any othar ooun- 
try In the world. 

"Now lat us examine condttiona fri 
British Columbia. | 

• I am very glad to find that your 
province is going ahead faster than 
ever, with a wonderful building pro- 
gramme, and it,s Oriental trade in- 
crea.slng alino.st weekly Ynu have 
what is fast becoming the greatest 
.sraiMirt on the Pacific Coast, and I 
can tell you from my own observa- 
tion that British Columbia is, in- 
dustrially, in a better condition 
than any other place I have visltad 
since my last visit to your baaoHfQl 
provlnoa. 

"It la a real delight for me to 
congratulate you. gentlemen, on 
having actually bettered 192» in 
your sales in British Columbia to 
date, which in itself Is an indica- 
tion of the situation of the province, 
and I know that you wiii tx> as in- 
terested to hear it. as f jiroud 
to tell you. that our far' lo- 
ronto ha.s not laid off a .'-UiKic man, 
that on the contrary we rxjiect to 
add to our staff m Mip Fall months." 



8 great 
aaaa ef the tha actual 
hardlf nattaad. 

Tlie coinpBiiv opt iates two mnrlt 
er> one at (.'( isper Clilf rated at, 
tJ.OOO Uiii.s dally, the olhi-r at Cuni.i 
ton, tailing 3.200 tun^ a day In 
eocjunctlon witli iU smelting op- 
erations a concentrating nlani with 
a capaettar ^ f;000 tooa of ore dally 
is run. Three hydro-dgetrie iK>wer 
plants are in oparatieki. and in ad- 
dition the e&mpamf has c<>niia ted 
with tht Ontario Hydro t:krtn. 
Comiiii.s.slon lo a. a iiiii i!m .an 

of l().o<Ki I :(>! N '^low I'l 'Aiico new 
source of p(;wr; in av.i]!ah!c 

&SFIN1KK1E8. KUL.L1NU MILLS 
, Intematiotial Nickel operates re- 

flnfiie,^ a( foil Colbol Of iti On- 
tario, ,it Clvd.o-h 111 Wales, ,111(1 ,it 
Acton In KtiKlHiii! 1( ha-. I'.liiiiK 
mills for i.irki ! at Uirinlngliam m 
England, o ) Uuntlndon In vtr 
ginla. V.S A. It has a ooUlery at 
iPontardawe, Wales, a foundry at 
Baynnna, N,J,, research and techni- 
cal laboraterlaa at Birmingham And 
Bayonne, with development bu- 
reaus tn Paris. Prance, and Frank- 
furt Am Main fi" ■> it has 
offices In Cojip. : I Toronto, 
London and \'y k 

MONTHLY CAi'AClTY 

With the naw plants just com- 
pleted Zntematianal Nlrkcl will be 
able to produce l5,ooo,ooo pounds 
of nickel with 20,000,000 pounds of 
copper monthly, and an annual 
output of 100,000 ounces of mtuiKs 
of tl^e platinum group, 13,000,000 a 
year In gold and 3/100,000 oqnoes of 
silver. The worth of Its metal pro- 
duction- will equal the valua of tfee 
wheat crop of all Manitoba. 

The handling of this huge ton- 
nage of metals, the provision of the 
chemicals, tinker ronl in ' ^'-neral 
supplies nec«vssai . ition 

ninkp Tut ernaMonal .NUJiel Uic most 
" ; . Mr ingle contributor of 
freight to the Canadian railways. 

The construction and expansion 
programaw U tha epnuiany haa In 
the past thraa fwbmn an lm» 
portant flaater to the inroaparity of 



tlon of mlne."^ ^ln(■lt«;^ ^nd db. 
trlbUtlniT facilities will i-eneiate « 
supreuu-ly InipoJUii! iiiiioiint ul 
work aikd bu.sUiC.s.s Ouicis !j, c*,i 
iiadlai; miUiulactufi'i i «, ii,.Li:s oulk 
iHiger than llie total CoDClgu ex- 
ports to Some countrlasi 

f OR (.»:M!:aATioN!>y> 
l!i a land ot t)lg mhics tht» jjrop- 
erllcs of InUTiiatioiiai N|i ket rank 
Mip-cuie J:. (Ju- old Cnn*,;titoU the 
■>iM|'any tiad vvhiil \^a;i lecogxjlsed 
.1 one of the important m^eral de- 
P .s;t-s of the worl4. ife new 
Prood towers j(v>bove it in ton- 
nace ani'to ai^tfge vahies. Thvs 
deposit Is unl\ p;,rti\ developed 
along Its lf!i{;tl, ami Li!';,r]i, reveal- 
iiiK a treuMisr fiou.s*' uf inctals' 
■A Ml h wil; keep tlie huge plant* 
■'t ti,r (oiapaay-||) qew. supply for' 
/I- 11 erst ions. . 

I'li*^ grouping of enormous plaMs 
around the ore deposits of Crelib- 
ton and Ptood la ticnlflbant beyond 
t he un ^lpcat^pding of tha casual ob- 
ssrm. ^ tendecicy to eentraliie 

operation^ n/b the mi: .v well 

be expected t6 have an important 
bearing on tho Al|lirB of the Cud- 
bury are|i. ■ ' >' 

NEW SRTAL 

The future of International 
Nickel Is pleasant to contemplate 
Its pr!!i"'!)al product, inkel. is 
growing rapidly in employment In 
essential ituiastries The world 
tendency toward higher grade al- 
loys, the readiness with which 
civilization is tumijc^ to better class 
products of metal tenstmctkm, the 
energy with n^loh.tha company's 
mm apedaoats avIT ^ev^Joping new 
ules for nkkel point to an en- 
larged field or As an Impor- 
tant contribi t<»r of copper to the 
world .supply tho conipanT o<'ciipii's 
a decldcdlv ftdv(\rit.aKP(>us j>')s ■ -i 
bringing the metaJ to refined form 
and attending to its marketing In 
conjunction with the essential 
nlckeL Gold, silver an4 iriatinum 
matala e9ntrlbuta aamilmhly to 
tow eeat oparatton and to the ac- 
wmtulatiah of profUa. 



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the 
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seasort, the Canadian Pacific 
RaOway operated four special 
frrl(thl train:, (uci the moun 
lalii-s 'I u«-.m1uj I'liLi .slilii- 
iiient of li:< cailoart.H < on.sist.s 
)I Mclii^o-'^li Hcd apiilr.s and 
Is ri.'iLsigiifd !o tin- I'ranir 
i>rovinfie» and goe& to tetrl- 
tory aa Baat oa Ka^gtn. 



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4.6$ City of MbntreaK 5t— 1956a 
4^ City <^ Victoria, 5s-: W2 ' 
5.«> Miaito^ Power Co., Sj4t--19Sl 

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paniculajly uiio . ou.sul- ; u'll'' 
(>: 1 ., iMin'ii.-*' la.s! wi-fK I nil. ^, i. !; 
lum a.s tiadlng poaUions are re 
adjusted the resumption of the ad- 
vancit^ trend cm hardly ba as- 
pected. • • '* 

II lolghl i.c well to point out tha' 
'.oo mill h sh( lid not be i .\pc< !cd 
• at Ihl.s Iliiie WlilU' ad \ II r ii.'f-s iia»e 
j been t \. . pi u.tiall\ wr!l (n !,| thl.s 
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stfengtii rallter tluin any uoticeable 
itSproventent in fundamental b\(Bi- 
ness oondltions. While individual 
stocks have sufficient ouoyancy to 
respond qolckly to 'favorable faolars 
they are restrained frottTfollowlhg 
through with their advance on ar 
count of the still continuing un 
certainty of Uie uencral .situation 
Bi)5lne.s.s sctitlmeni however, is be 
coming,' mure liclp'ul and this Is 
undoubtedly fmding Its reflection m 
bthci security markets besides Van- 
couver. Both^ traders and investors 
I'Ore showing a frsatar wttlli^Bess 
to consider eurrent market values 
in terms of what may be expected 
over three, six or nine montii.s cm- 

Toward the close of yesterday 
has been Ita relative 6t*-adlne.s,s in , ki u iiHK>n"8 seasion some of the oils 



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B.C. INVESTMENTS 



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S.a TclapbMM t%. fM 

CtpmerC'^^nas Co.. pM. .. 
Psntertuai 0»e WSffes 1«, 

Pld 1 1 . a 

Pant^iuui Drr Woikt. asat. 
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t ncp shouted. Klnel PMnI' " 

"tiood thing you dMM | 
HKaiii," said the cynic 

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finior. Court Si Co.. Ltd.) 
One of the chief characteristics 
of the macket during the pu.sL week 



TORONTO MINING NLWo 

(MUiar, Court * Co.. Ud.) 

Recovery ef tha ilna eanta«t of 

It^ copper-zinc ore will nnt be 
attempted when operations are 



MONEY MARKET 

LONDON, Sept 16--Mnney 1 1-8 
per cent. Discount rates: Short bills 
thraa mentha a M« to S per 



and 

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AT NKW YO«K 
NEW YORK, Bept 16. — Call 
money easy; high S 1-3: low 2; rul- 
ing rate 21-3; cloee 3 per cent. 'Hme 
loans steady; 30 days 3 to 21-4; 60 
days 2 1-4 to 2 1-2; N days 2 1-2 to 
2 8-4; 4 months 3 3-4 to 3; 5-6 
mtrnths 1 per cent Prime commer- 
cial /laper 3 to 31-4. Bankers' ac- 
wptanees tmehangad. 




Tke Rising Bond 
Market 

The chiMtiMat money rates and Uie 
IonM eortimodity pricea In many 
yMf* aifa potililllMton in sUmo* 
Intin^ the faYMtflirat ^HffWnH 

for bonds. 

The bond mark nt. may hUU be 
<iMcribed aa being in ihe early 
■lifw of • reooveiy movemaot 
wkkbhMatin a long w«y tOfOk 

Investors who art. promptly 
take advantage! of ihe opportnni- 
tka afforded by lhi.<t vigorous 
■Mini now ia Um Baking. 

A mpf o/ one esprmf iM of 
fthaa d i i r^ is««S 

dwi»8hieids& Co 

. • » IrMMH Bankers 
aBipBaM Miaaraal Aloek F.irhange 

blreel, MonUaal 



TORONTO DAILY LETTER 

(Itesm * DlMPMker) 
Prlee action shewed a sllghtb* 
sasier trend on the mining market 
during the forenom seasion today, 
although the light trading held 
changes within narrow confines In 
most instance.' 

l,akr Shore was an active and 
stron« l.ssue, moving lirmly upward 
and registering a net gain of 85 at 
24' . hy noon today Other golds 
larked buoyancy, Teck Hiighes 
dropping 10 to |«.60, and Wright 
Hargreaves and Slacoa a aOuple 
each. 

Nickel and Noranda were both oir 
a Uttle and Base MeUls dropped 
yasterday's advance of 15 cents. 
Amulet was better, however, and 
Sherritt Gordon gained a couple to 
$1.60. Ventures lost to 8S and Sud- 
bury Basin was someirtiat lovor at 
$129 . 

Acme Gas failed to repeat yestev* 
days strength, dropping a few 
points to stand at 34 at noon on 
profit-taking. Ajax was aettve and 
wai up 4 to $2.16 eai*', however 
selling off later. Dm WaaCam oils 
held firm. Nordan oonttmied soft, 
eaung another S polall to M. dos- 
ing 90 to 66. 



MONTREAL STOCKS 

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(Dranaon. Brown At Co , Ltd ) 



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Pryilen Paper 

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mperlal Oil 

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started by Sharrttt-Oordon Mines, 

now constructing a l, 800-ton con- 
centrator at Sherridon. Northern 
Manitoba Because of the depressed 
condition of the zlnr market, the 
directors of the company have de- 
cided that <mly the eopper content 
of tha ora, wUeh averages about 3 
per oeat eoppar and per cent 
zinc, will ba raeovared. Production 
is expected to start In December and 
for a whUe may 'be maintained at 
only two-thirds of rated capacity. 
The majority of ore put through the, 
plant win probably come fi oin I lie 
west ore body, which averages close 
to 4 per cent copper and only about 
2.5 per cant zinc. Sherrltt-Oordon's 
potential zinc output has been 
estimated, at from 11,000 to .USOO 
tons ef mietal annually. | 

LAKI SHORE GOLD 
Within a few weeks the finishing 
tooehaa wffl be oonpiated In eon- 
nectlon with mill expansion of Lake 
Shore Gold, at Klrkland Lake. This 
will mean an lncrea.se In cai^acity of 
nearly 50 per cent up to 2,000 tons 
per day On the basis of this 
tonnagf and average recoveries as 
at present, the rate of gold output 
should be about $1,000,000 per 
month, the largest production of any 
gold mine on the American foo- 
tlnants. 

' WRIGHT-HARGREAVES 
Evidence of the gradual recover* 
of one of Ontario's important goki 
mints, following a period of dedlne. 
to seen in a eamparlanw of oAcial 
figures for Wtight - Hargreaves 
Mines, also at Klrkland Lake, cov- 
ering the first six months of 1930. 
with the corresponding period of 
1929 Thouj^h bringing ore tonnage 
up from 525 tons per day to only 
550 tons per day, production ha.s 
been Increased from around $143,000 
to $185,000 per month. Costs have 
Increased to $7.43 per ton, Ineludlng 
depletion and depredation, aa com- 
pared with $7.04 per ton a year ago. 
A definite improvement in grade of 
ore mined has increased average 
recovery to $11.05 per ton. compared 
with $9.29 for the full twelve months 
'of 1929; profits have been prac- 
tieally doubled, .^'anding at the 
preaent time ^t $428,000 for the flnt 
half of the year. 

• MelNTYRE-PORri'PINE 
Excavation work has stjirted on 
the site of thr i)rf>pTfifd new 2,000- 
ton mill at the property of Mc- 
Intyre-Porcuplnc Mines, near Porcu- 
pine, Ont. The new mlU will be 
located directly west of No, 11 shaft 
on tha north side of Pean Lake, 
orders hafe been placed for part ef 
the matdrial and machinery. tBa In*' 
tentlon of the management betng to 
rush construction work to aa to get 
the entire Job under cover before 
Winter sets in Officials of the com- 
pany expect production to be 
switched finally from the pre.sent 
plant to the new mill and the 
change made from complete cyani- 
dlslng to partial cyanldlaing and 
ooneentraOen by about tha end of 
March, 1831. With Ihe attT jBUl 
operating, an increase el fpm M to 
40 per rent in actual 
bullion is expected. 

DfTtKNATIOfrikL lUCUL 
International Nickel has three 
mines operating tn the Sudbury area 
at present, yielding a combined pro* 
duetlcn of about 166,000 tons of ore 
a month. The Frood minr%. which 
came Into production for the first 
lime last Fall, is now leading with 
90.600 tons, Creighton is second with 
96,000 tons, and Oafson. with 36J)00 
tons. U th*rd. rour ef tha five re- 
»Mtere' -x ttm mmr Oopper 
Clufggar . .MnepefMtan. Maati 
ef tha blar. luroaeaa eaiaoalatM Iba 1 



preparatory to dismantling and re- 
conditioning tbrhuildlngslo accom- 
modate No. 1 unit of «be Port Gd- 
borne refinery, to be mated to 

Copper Cliff. 

NORANDA 
Oold prodi)ctlon of Noranda 
Mines, at Rtoyn, Que., Is beoomtng 
an increasingly important factor. 
August production Was about $200,- 
000, compared with $160,000 in July 
Before the er.S of the year this 
amount will again be substantially 
increased as the tonnage from the 
new No. 19 ore body Increases. At 
the 876 level ^ibout 10,000 square fee' 
of stope area has been opener! 
which will average better than $15 
In gold, with very siaall oopper con- 
tent. By October the company hopes 
to be i^oducing 000 tons a day from 
this body. At the Walte. which < 
contrdled by Nwanda. recen; 
diamond drilling has indicated fur- 
ther ore extensions below 700 feet. 
Another diamond drill is being In- 
stalled and further information 
should scon be available. In the 
meantime, no ore 4s bdng shipped 
to the amaltar. • 

* ROLLING ER 
In the eight months ending 
August 31. production of Holllnger 
Is uiiderstood to have been ap][»-oxl- 
mately $7,000,000 and Income from 
other sources in the neighbot^ood 
of $460,000. Total proAU for this 
period are cleae to $I4W0,000. In 
order to maintain this rate for the 
balance of the year the production 
of some $10,500,000 would be re- 
quired, which, with an added liu inie 
of $679.[/00. would Klve a total of 
$11,175,000. T(!tal cost.s for the full 
year will bo approximately $6,700,000, 
leaving net profits very cloee to $4,- 
500,000. The company pays a 
dividend amounting to 66e a share 
annually, which calls for the dlstri- 
buUon of $9406,000. Operations for 
the current year Indicate that the 
ompany wlH probably be able to 
carry about $1JOOMO to a 8uri>lus 



price leveL iifter moving sharply 
upward for ahout seven days prices 
flateaed. ouL Saturday im4. M9Q- 
day the majoiltr of prloe ehaitaa 

did not appear to be of partlettkur 
significance, indicating a te n de n cy 

amongst some traders to take prof- 
its on their long ciommitments, and 
on the part of ottners a disposition 
not to follow the advance too ag- 
Krcs.sr.< ly until greate.r asstirance of 
a fairly well defined* trend might 
be apparent 

In other words, it h^ readied a 
stage where It Is now' *yr*'pg in 
for a certain amount ef fasUng by 
both buUs and bears fof ihe pur- 



worked into a raaptjonarf ooaitlan 
As market levela nevar raSMln sta- 
tionanr. U la outtg poaaftlelb ahaU 
see % drift toward tower prices, al- 
though no i*-|uidation of impor- 
tance is expected to develop 

In the nuues a rather ;>• .;i . 
situation developed in Big Mi ouii 
yesterday with a bid of cpiii.s <in 
the Toronto standard Exchange in 
the morning apd no offering lower 
than $1. At the opening of the 
Vancouver market there was some 
seniag at jft esnts. These sales 
CMne from one broker ind appar- 
ently represent an open order. The 
liquidation at thla level, therefore. 



COAXES 

Plymouth 

DRY 
GIN 

Hm fitvogrllt . . 
of tht Royd^ ' ' 

This advertisement is nnt pub- } 
lished or (Jifplaycd by . 
Liquor Contn^ Board or by* 

the GoYcrnmeiit oC ^^Htiall 

Cm! i;, ^ 





V^ncouv^i kkind Coach Lines, Ltd. 




fhnw MaUhat 



Nanairrto 

PlTul 6 



Daily at 8:30 A.M.,. 1:30 P.M. 
15 P.M. 



Modern Travf&l — Use the Bus 



Tlirou^;li modern cities and by nu)dc;ii farms, nrndcrn buses carry their modern 
passengers. .Ml -know now tlic adv.nitages of ibis pleasant way to travel. Speed, 

expense nstke tbis safe transportation of. popular 
appeal. Use the bus on all trips — long or short.* 

• ,i' n ' . ii' " — . : 



comfort, health and lack of 



INTERNATIONAL NICKEL 



(MUler. Court ft Co ) 

MONTREAL, Sept. 18.— PlnancisJ 
Service says: "The Mg buylat of 
International Nidul la coming from 
New York, eliich is not surprising 
in view of the fact that the recent 
stock issue was underwritten by a 
syndicate headed by Hayden, Storey 
A; Company Some of t\\c English 
directors who have recently In- 
spected the company's property 
have recommended the pttfchase of 
nickel to their friends here, at the 
tame time making the prediction 
that the atoefc abeidd aaffl eleaa to 
tha m kral in a y^afi tim e. 

METAL MARKET 

LONDON. Sept. 16— SUndard 
and futures. 146 5s; 
spot MS; fntutea tti 
Un. spot tlMla; IMurOi fi35 
llkOd. 

Lead, spot and futMa tU. 
Zinc, epei CUmtd; faCarsa 

£16 5s. 

AT NEW YORK 
NEW YORK. sept. IC-Copper 
ea<der. elcctrolytiS, spetf MM futures 
10 1-2 to 103-^ 
Iron, qultt; 

a^SfiSSS'io.ioJ**'* 

' steady; spot New Terk f JO; 

St. Louis fS96 

q<>''" ' Rt UcNfla spot 

and faturr.s * .i.> i .i 4 .10 

7.71. 



Our coaches are tho last word in scientific comiort tfid taftty. Our man arc 
trained in caution and efficioicy. It n n 1 'tj'tfactory way to |o places Irotn 

every '.ti ;t-' 

. ' ^ 1. 1. ■ 



SAANICHTOM FAIR 

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMIB^R 47 

All Sidney Coa<;hei Ruiwiing on the Folkiwing: Schiiile .Pass t/v» Faff Qroundj 




8:(>0 a m. 
9 JO a.m. 

1 15 p m. 
J 15 p m. 
4:15 p.m. 
5M5 p.nv 
6:\S p.m. 
9 \$ p.m. 
M:I5 p.m. 



WEUK DAYS 
-T— Liav« 

Resthaven 

7 .VI a m. 

8 4.S a m 
lU 15 a m. 

2:00 p^ 
•4 .00 p.m. 
*l:00 p.m. 

'7:00 p.m. 
10 00 p.m. 

1 11:55 p m. 



9 ,10 a.m. 
11:U0 a.m. 
1:1S p.m. 
2:15 p.m. 
4:15 p.m. 

715 p.m. 
I0;1S p.m. 



•Uy over Sidney. fSsturday aiglit only. lUaves Stdacy via Rasthaif «. 



' Wabpsrate on the Fbllowlif-g Routtt: 



*Vi*> 

. r, -.4 



rx 



E6Q MARKET REPORT 



Vane«««»r 

Vietpria . 

BSnafitan ......... 

Calaary 

aatlni 

Inntpet 

Torofi o 

MMiraxl 

ei ^eha 

Raajaa ..*•*.•....' 
t ••«•«.«••.*• 



raooitrxas 
B«t lata 



n-u 

M 

ii-sa 



St 

si-n 
n 



rr 

as-si 



ra 
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if-<$ 
la 



B 3 



Victorie-Wes< Saanich 
VictorU-aidaey-SiMhavea 
Victoria . Cordaea and OaAoro 
•ay 

Vkteris . Cottroed ■ laimford 

Lak' 

Vlctoiu S^wnigan L,»ke 



♦ictoria-Hsppy Valley-Mctchods 

Victoria ■ 

Nsoaimo 



Duncan r . 
The Chalet. 



1 Lake 
beep Cove 



Nanatmo - Courtensy 

l4nd. 

Wsnsimo^a n ii P a i t 
Coortensy-CsmpbaU 

Port A .rest 
Sproat Laaea 



Cumbe#- 



For Pricaa and Infocmation Ptana fUo or nH 



WE AKE YELLQWAY. AQENTS 
t» B crJa i Coaat to Coast 

« 

Seattle to Portland 



Seattle to San Francisco 



Seattle to Los Angeles 
(via Sarratttento)* 



Sesttle to Los Angeles 
(vta San Francisco) 



Tickets to Any "Yelloway" Points on Sak at Our Office* 



Phone 83t0 



BROUGHtON STRBBt 



Phone 92tl 





id 




18 



THE dXiLY colonist, VICTOKIA, B,C. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1930 



Important Notices, Employment, Business and Professional Directory, Wants. Etc. 



BATCH i"iH ( IJlMRrap OS WSMW . 
AuvBRTiBEMKirra 

On» »nd oi . rail •fiiti a W«Cd MCti 
UumUoo. Pin* cent* • word • "2*? 



lit 



(OMlUDUCdi 

« 



50 crnU. 



T H O U O H T » 



Me 

If. I 




ANTED I,Ar(r>«tAPE ANIJ OENERAI 

} Uiuiiiuijli rjiprntiH'r 



< uliU«H. 



18 K1TLATU)NS WANTED— 



Mrttoo «l '>0 for <■« 'I «<i<iuiun»l in ' ' 



tnatrttoo 
•ntloa. MalliaKt.. < i> 
Is MMBOrMoi Noltc«*. 



r I '.aiiLB aiul 



Mftk MatkM. I>0e p.i lo»trtlon 



unci or undef. Mt MOtk. Ad«- 

,io««i .p»c » «t m> por »M»o go* mactb. 

Adv«ru«er« who doairo m«T h«»» r«pH«a 

• MM at Th. r,.i.>r;i»» oad 



ToiofouT' otni 

Morrkil'a FBTlltoa. 
Prlda; inh. t-l 

>AK!Nr-K WHJ.1I /UMll J)\NI t KVKIIV 
V. •■il ii<- mJ n . h'l.fi- of Caii«(la Hnl; 
B :)r I'ilz.i J .'.-- AOii. liSJ'lf,!, ^ - - - 

doctor'* ofteiUn'a otflet m owrconr 

(,>■ (A.N\!)\ BA.iMiAl I Ki-s: i,tt«iuta»( Or rcrevtlon elorti koowlodt* 

I'.n, ' rr.rnt <i»i^. p » 1 tjf iirM "11 ut bookiMplni Box IlSt. Oolonut. 
frlday »«i)ieiiibrr I*. Bonn nl i aii«i!« Hal: I 



Vl«« 9tn*t. ; L«n Ansa orcticatiB I uiii 
bolo prlata. 'Uanclnt t- 1 



teyiXjOktrtda. for chicken dlnoart and 
llalf cMUitryaM* m^Oa. Tban an toti 



^rrbr AT TKS rOUY JUCl. tlAUSTEH 

D layiLokar 

%t tbo tr— urn tt fHM»r» 

HAAinTKnLET UkKt- 
vi-rv Haturdar •vooina. 

(lunl 1 ti>!rndld t pirca or 



1 tO<iKI")( 

I r f «■ t r [ 1 1 »• • 



I ifc.'ft fi AI 

. 1 ft i rr»u . 1 1 r \ 



To Out-of-Town 
Subscribexs 



^ut oi Com II tubvri ibers wbu 
»ii>ii lo an!>\srr aJ vertiftcmcnta 
<n wiiKh only Uae tclepbon* 

iuiiuLkt <^t the atlvTnii.srr i? «ivrn 
nmv mail their tT|>lici to I l'e 
Coloniit. tni^ u^olomat will 
to the 



cntnmunicaM *i 
fd^crtiacr. 



fOTwartfMl 10 Ihalf fr>»ai' 

rt(>iir» In ihli eaaa 1 >/fe» [>«tj, mu rvrrv Haturdar avoolna. 

(• Bri« Colonial"! "f tha CMftl IOC «M „ , ^ , , , j,^ , „i„. „, 

nunibr-r of »ofils 

Out-of-town readtra uf mji ad»ertla«- 
mcnu Oik admttaata v* ai»a .rtdrea. a* 
waU a< phona Baaafetra. aa II >• "oi 
vara poaatbla M aMMMftleftU U»r«u•^ ittt 
phone 



1,'XrKiUKNl Kl) COOK (iKNKRAt,. (KKll; 
I iM.K r t 'rid, f - h I , I M Bm« r. 4 , . 



J^^Xt'i.KUtWCIUJ WOMAN WAN is I W<V 
or three aftarooooi weekly, hoinjc- 
work. S9c mn hour Phone 4S81. t (O 1. 

1 XTEHIKNCEl) 8 I KNi >< .HAl'lllTt 



To inaure loaerllon CUaalda* Ma O^"^ 
reach The Coienltt Deft)r« !• 
dry ^ra*»o«atai publication 

for The Sunday (OloDiai 



vUl bo aocepMd ii» M M P m. on Satut- 
da»a 

The Colonial »lli not be reaponaibU lor 
teore then ona incorrrrl ln»*rtlon of ail» 
adecrtlacrocDl ordered for more tbao one 
laaue. 

Any claim for rabata oa 
•rrora or otnlaalona aatta* ba "UMl> WKM 
thirty daya from tha data W tba aa«a. 

oitirrwiae ihe cUlm will not bo alWwad- 

The cotonut aarelao t- B»aUab»*e*tr» 
U9 fro* • Mk, t^.t«>»-m . osoopUm 



Adfoaca fnr Rent ^ 

Acreaae for Sale •••i. •••••••••••••••• ^ 

jlaraaia Wanted 

AmIM Iff HIM ••^••••..••••••a.>>«**> ** 

AHMMMIM' ..•••4»«>>>aa««<taaa«.««>- *^ 

•irthi ' 

Bleyclet and Metorcyclaa 

■Mta and Launchaa 

M^MlW Material MA 

BsaliMM Dtroctorr ....•*•«<••..•..••• "Il 

Builneaa Opportunltlea W 

Card! of Thank* j 

Church Notleaa ^* 

CMUlla*. f*»fc »»■■■ 

OmbIoc Svaata •* 

Danclnit ^ 

Death* ,,,.,..,•»•••»•••• ' 

Draaamaktni .•••••••••••••••••••« 2 

mia tof RaDt ...••■••••••••a....V.» M 

Parma for Bale ■} 

Parma Wanted 

Ptata and Apartaienta to Rant.....*., u 

nau and A»«rtaMaU WftiM(fl " 

Plovara ^ 

p^ 8ala* MlacdItftBMM •••••••••••••• ao 

MfBltnr* 

^1^1 ....••••••••••I********** aiKJ 

Pimtral Diraclota • 

Purntabod Houaoa fof Rmt 

Purnlahad Rooma for Rant..* JJ* 

Furniahed Reoflta Wantad 

Halli to Rent ■_. . . ...«»».»»»» 

HouaekeeplDf W OO H !• ■•■J. .«••••••• 

Iteutekeeptna Room WinlM... ••»•••• 

Houne* for Sale 

In Memoriam ..»...••.•.«..... 

Llatlna* Canceled . ..••.••••.••••••^••» 

Lodaea and BeelaUaa •••...•••.••••v«< 

lioat and.Poand 

MaaMaart 

Marriatat ..■••:•*• 

Maternity and CoDTalaacent Uooioa... 
MiaaalteMoua 
Moner to Loan 

Monumental Worka .....••«.• 

ICualc 

Mualcal Initrumenta •••>. 

Nufaery Btoak. PlantA. Bta> .,••••••*.. 

Peaeenal /..•••■••••••••••.* 

Profaaaianal Dlreetorp ,.••••••>.. 

proporty lor Bala .(••••••.••••«> 

Property Wantad 
Poultry and LlvaatMk 
Radio ...•••...«•••••••... 

Room and Board • 

Room aad Board Wanted 

ntuatlona wanted— Femalo 

■itnatlon* Wanted— Mala • 

Steve*. Ranaei. Pumacoa^ W' 

■umBor Raaovta 'l 

Taaebera Wwttad .«...«...••••••••••• JJ 

Timber • «..«•••• JO 

To Bxchanaa— Mlacellanaoiu » 

To Exchanaa — Real Eatata. '* 

To Rent— Mlacellaneous J* 

OnfUrniabed Houaea to Rent ^^B 

Unlurolahed Rooma to Rent. ......... 49B 

Unfurniihed Rooma Wanted ...■•(•••. MB 

Wanted— Female Help 1^ 

Wanted— Male Help 11 

Wanted Miicellaneou* .....•«••*.•.*.. 41 
Wanlod to B>"- W 



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8;«t to J1:4S: Sta. 



SOCIAL DANCB. 



AM 
a 



a WANTCD— MALI HELr 

111'! A< ■!■ V ! w A N i rr) 

Aura INSURANCE COMl'ANY. paylna 
(plendld dividend* to pollryholder> 
under policy contrarta of outolaiidini 
mbrtt. la open to mi fnti t. u 'h h man of 
*ale* eiperlence i'^ ' .;v "i vi.,ti>iiH 
repreoaatatlva. AppUcjwu muat Mr uni 
bluoua and able M fvntlah fiiKt l U 
reference* and bona. To a man wi 

iBeasMr*** up ' > M r r^'i vj', r emrrvt.^ a i on 
trad of a 'I'" ' " Kfforrtriii H 

real opporlunliy and an aasutied futnrr 

«m »• vtvaa. APBfar. BlUac pravtoaa aair> 



I ' NNISB GIRL WANTS H i nKWORK. 
I plain cookliif. Phone MM. 

f ^ RADUATK NURSE, WITH TWO YEAR0' 

' expedience alaaa BratfiMttaB. daalrea 



poeltlon Alt daft 

306(1. Colonlat 



Box 



^IRb wiu. MIND QnUMUN. AnXR- 

■,r., I'.'iuMr «S«JX. 



. !■ H'KIt \\ AN 1 .s :•(. .: Ii N. 
■KM .i ..iherwlie. I'l .iia' r(i>;i' 

ii'iK I KM i' ira'pHIR" :jh.'Hii;r:i 
ijsuion 111 oiiire, or Will serve In 
»i 'II- Phone 719JH 



lUDLE-AOED I^DY. TANAniAN. A8 
uurnln* COmpantoa i-. rMirly lady 



r^oRowooo otrmM. 

vJ |«otk and osporloiMo. 
after 6 p.m. 



M 



BN. IS TO 65 YEARS OP AOS. ARB 



buitnes*. We train > u^ .:; i>ractlcal 
method* until placed Mi employment. Tou 
can oanr wasaa wMla iMnMna ar work 
otti moat of your tralalaa. Write at once 
for (periai rirnilar HaaipUn AltB ABb- 
(IneeriiK U> hoola. IMS PondN •tNM'WMt. 
Vancouver. D C 



1 lUUIllS 

MOSL— At ttie Royal Jubilee Hoipltal. on 
•aptomber 1». to Mr. and Mrs H Noel. 
1M6 Clara Street, a ''•"f')^^^^^^^^^^ 

S MCATBS 

JEEVES Died In thU cttv. MlBabath 
Jeeves, on September 18. IMO, aaed 
*Fventy-nve ye*r». ri-alflent of thU rity 
for forty-five year* Shr leaves to mourn 
three aiatcri. Mr*. R GaskiU. of Vic- 
toria: Mr*. W. Dudley. Enaland: Mra. 8. 
Townley, Bncland: two brother*. John 
Mace and William; two dainhters. Mrs. 
V McN. Rolfe and Mr.s P W Richards. 
Vktoria; five son*. J. A. Jeeves, P. W. 
Mtra*. Briata aad Bdaaond aMI P.; tan 
trandehiWran, ona irast-tiandaeB. 
Th' funeral kmi uka pla«a fToai Itay- 

wnril's n (; PunernI alMMl OB fftMar, 
Septembrr IB, nt I v m 

5 IN MEMORIAM 

HARMER— In avar IBvlnc memory at a 
tavakaad tmt tathar, aalM to mt 
17. 1M7. 

Bleep en. beloved. 

Bleep end lake ihy r«a(: 
Lay down thy head 

(7pen %itl tevlour'a breast 
Wa lovad Uiaa weU. 

But Jeaua leyad thaa best 
Slaap OB. 

t rCNKHAL PIBECTOEg 
■AVWAmrB BO puNERAi. oa. ltd. 

Established 'SST 
1M Rrouahton Slreet. Victoria. B.a 

Wwaaa: U»». aa»6. 9ui. <ijy. 

^ANDB FUNERAL CO. 
and Chapel. I ail Quadra BlNM 

Phone* 3304. «n35 



M 

f fO'i; I Irnian . Iliht i(x>kiut. c >i>d refer- 
<• I'lruiie SS4AL. 

PotrrrioN wanted as companion- 
lia» ar iMuaakaapar. la lUtUy wlik. 
out oiadrSt. Boil 3 M3. Coloa latv ^ 

TkiuABLJI WOMAN 
iV steadily or by 
46ITU 



WAMTB WORK, 
tha hour. ^fte. Phone 



TENOditAPHER 

Ina. conscientious, hlihest re/cr 



PIRST-CLABB. WILL- 



Phorj- 8870R 



(^iALESMAN TO 8BLL LIFB INSURANCE 
Ciood rontraet to one who la wall aqd 
lavoiHijiy known. If mexparleneed, aaary 
assutanrr will be alven Box 3131. Colonist 

IVAKTEa A REAL UVE MAN 1 1 > 
*v handle the sale and diatrlbullon ' ' 
our m ell known llr.e of hoiuehold product ^ , 
la a dlst.lct near Victoria cHy Thta !» a | 
real proposition tor aomcona who la dr- 
atroaa of eettim into a paylna bualnaaa cf 
hia awn. Hundred* of aatiafled auatomers 
ly. Reply ••« Horaby Straat. 
B.C. 



YVAjrm}— poamoM as piuctical 
v> nuraa and hoaafkaapar. Bmi ma. 

iTat. 



oolonii 



A'dono WOMAN SEEKS POBtnOK AB 
' n rneral 



Oak. 



balp. 



Johttaon. R R. t, 



bttiM ■Ihlfttaro satf aoano. Boa 



U'ANTBD— BXPERIEMCBD MAN AND 
wlfa a* butler aad maldl references 
required. Phoiv* lOTa Rl. 

llTANTED-^MAN TO BELL FULLER 
»» bruahea In Duncan; also one for the 
city of Victoria Apply I C Edwards. 1434 
Richmond Avefiue. Victoria 



COLLENDER STORES 
NBWB AND TOBACCO 
BpecMlita In Technical Book* for Tradea 
and Profeaatona. 
Open Dally 'i 30 A M. to 11:30 P.M. 
SaaSay*. s a m to -U MC 
i-Ovnad and Operatad by 
JOHN WOOD 
Vocation*! Adviser 
ICS. Canadian Limited. 
700 Tataa Straat UCai^Ohfa Qppeatie) 



laA 



AND .'CENTS 



CALKNDAR BALlSMEN, FULL OR I'AI^T 
time; aood cOntraat. hlahesi commis- 
siona; esclualvo Una aad tarrltory ^pply 
Btatlaf auaUfloalioBa. to Box No. Uo. 
den. oat. 



Lon> 



IVTANTED — RELIABLE FAMILY MAN 
»V for steady life Innuranre position. 



The 



14 V\ A.MtU— HC.MALt lltLI' 

HEAUTY PARLOR MANAQER. A LARGE 
d'pirtmenl ^tore desires a capable 
and efficiri/i »nm»n to manaaa tlyi 
Beayty Parlor In their store. ikiht 
undaratand permanent wavlit* and all 
branrhet of beauty culture, aad also be 
familiar with the sale of hair tbods and 
toilet preparations Apply In WrHlnx. 
statinn qualifications, to Box 3S49. Col- 
onist 

BOOKKEEPER-STENOGRAPHER, MUST 
ba accurate and tidy and «f aood 
paraomUltyi ahlpplnc eaparlanea lyratcrred 
State auarlaBBa aad aaiary aapeoted. Box 
81M. <^liwilat.^ 

T;«zPBiuxiielb oooK. inr owoBt rbf- 

* ■* rraaaaa raqulrad; family tkrao adalti. 
Phone 3661 



VICTORIA'S ONLY COIiLEOE OP 
BBAOTT CULTURE 

OPFERB apaolal l^duceraeni* In the way 
of rates and terms for Pall cla**aa. 
Includlna halicuttina. marcellini. finsar 
wavin*. permanent Mvlna. dyelnt. maul- 
curtna. maaaage. hair woif, ate. 

TOOLS itam 

strona demaad for w«Ii-trainad oparator*. 
Wf prapara.«tadents tor B.C. BkaailBlac 
Boaod, 

VIOTOUA mAIRDRBBtflNCl OOULBOB 
IM Weotwortb BIdt. 



THOMSON it FETTERLT'S 
PUMBRAL MOMB 
lOS Quadra Btraal 

Phone 4l>a Nieht and Oap 

Mr( ALL BRIJIMKH.S 



"The floral Funeral Home' 
Jobnaon and Vancouver 8ta. Phona tSI 



S. J. CURRT * SON 
Funeral DUaaMra 
O aaS r a Straat 



rtOWBES 

«^AVORY8— WEDDING BOUQUBTB. DB- 

WOOD 8 FLOWER BriUP, J*OS DOUOLAS 
Cut flowera and detians 



RELIABLE CHILDREN'S ITOltSB. AOED 
b atwean M aad 15 pratarrad. Ptiona IS. 

iSwnmeo wmmmk or VNaiisH oirl 

Ab to help In hanaawork. Box 3111, Col- 
onlat, 

\rlCTORlA IIAIRDRE.'WINri COtfciQfl 
Marcel ihc. Iialrcuuiiiu #adB 
day free ii4 Woolworth Bid* 

\%'AJ^1ED BY OCTOBER T^loboD~OEN« 
^ erai maid, references required Phone 
•M4X3. or apply MIsa Macdonald, 1437 
Cllve IJrrlve. Oak Bay. between I and 3. 

\\TAJ»TED MIDDLE AOED OR ELDERLY 
'v lady for llaht duties In the country. 
In exchange far board and residence, 
WritiB Box 3037, Colonlat. 

M • Aonm wANtiD / 

A CANADIAN flREETINO CARD MANT)- 
facturer requires reprasentaUve* (both 
aexea) to sell Personal Chrlstma* C*rds 
(n every villace. (own and clt| In Canada 
Sampla book free. Liberal rnaiailaalana. 
Write for complete Information. PraaUar 
Art OuUd. 110 Vic\orU. Toronto. 



I 



WANTED— 



n MTUA' 

t YOUNG KNOLISmdAN.' NOrTniAID 
V of hard wortt, uraently dedre* post 
Uoa. Aandy toota and machlnajry. aoiaa 
fbt^ar 4«p«laneai aseatlaat nMranca*. 
Iwwr 11 18. Calanlat. 

A ^ ORBOd.^HOUBir 
cleaned. 4 cant* each 



SITUATIONS VACANT 

/VfiftlsTMAB MOMBT BASniTTQUICKLT 
^ J earned taking ordera now lor our 
beautiful line of Personal Chxiataaaa Oraet - 
Ina Cards Sell on slabt. Ratal Art Co , 
310 BVadlna Avenue. Tororvto 



A 



SALES H!£LP 

( A.NADIAN GREETING CARD UANU- 
facturer requires repreientatlve* (both 
**xe*> to *ell Pereoinal Chrlitmas Cards 
In every vlllaga. town and city In Canada. 
Sample bood free. Liberal commission*. 
Writa for complete information. Pravlar 
Art OalU. 310 VUtoria. Toronto. 



HELP WAXTEn 

Il-'ARN UPWARDS OF t3S WKEKLT 
growing mushrooms for us. all winter. 
In eallari. niMrated booklet free. Cana- 
dlftS Muahroam Co.. Toronto. 



A P. BASSETT 
Piano Tuner and Repairer 
3881 Douglas stieet. Vlctorkt^ 8.0, 

Phone 2400 



A AS you PARTICULAR ABOOT BAV- 
' V. lag correctly printed iraMlas. ata- 
uopavT Consult The caloafiPiHatliik 

Department. Phone 197 



VTfRKISH BATH BY QUALIFIED 
ma**eusa. who receive* or vlatts 
Pfatiant* for Swadlak maaaaaM. na Tata* 

Phone 1784. 

/^UfAXRVOTANT — MADAME OUVIaI 
front aulta, TMVi fort Btract. Phone 



23 ItDLCATIONAL 
llAtnUlMM>^ 

ROYAi i)i'K.i Krs-s Hi iHiDi, Mvm 
Can^ulji'll » (.i.nenimeiit b(irel), pluii <• 

83*4 Prln<:u<«], Miaa Sarar. StaaMMaaphic 
aerrrtanal couraea: IfldlvltfBal fttiiattuii 
DO faUiuea. Uighaat boator*. 

SPitOTT-BHAW Buq^nap XNPTiruTt!. 

AniK^tad with 
The Bn^lnaH BBuaatora' Asapclatlon of 
Canada. ..j^ 

New Puplla AdBlttatt- Barh Mianday 
Night Ochool C<»mmenrr^ Hei'tm tu i m 

Course • 

Ctenor^aphy. RerreUn .i i ■< i . I'jr 
paral'Jry. Civil Bet v. r y m'. . icaryphy 
Write or co:, Ii.r , i..-r'iluii. 
SPKOrr SHAW MLIII.UINO 
Phone »3> or 838 ^ 



11 WOUfKt TO lAAM 

AOREKMENTB ANU UOKTOAGES i'UR 
chased Money lo loan Foot Ji 
laansai Uarrlaiers. Bank No>» Uroila Bid* 



IA|i<lK AND SMALI. AMOUNTS— a«Md- 
4 luK loaiii a ti>eclally No delay.. jgwaa 

Bros . 3U« i'cuiberlon BulMl** 

MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED HIIAI. 
estate at current rate of mterrct 



M FOB SAUt. MnCBULAimoUS 41 WANTKD— MlSCELLA.NLui >i 

iConuouedi i inaaiinaadi 



kAST TO O'.VN A BICYCIX-IJ 
own and ti par n.uniti Ciimi 
bicycle rapairn, tbutr re.ia rap«rl«ii 
Victory Oyele Works, sai Johnaoo Streat 
Phoie 73S 



atf«atiyiat«nilMt8il cilBfe daalaiona. rea 
aoaabto akMBO*. P. BT iroam 4> Son*. 
1 td . iiu fcoBjf Btraat WMBt M i* 

MONBT YO UUM OM PiaiN'^lloai 
aax* Swinertoa & ' 
MO Port etreel 

VjaVEN PER < KNi MONinr AVAIl.AH^.a 
ID a limited au.uuat oa MfBl BMrtsacae. 
luod impiarod raaidootiat paaptrty. Tha 

in»«i T«M r _ . - - 

Victoria 



bl 
V 

PI 

II 

If 

( 



• » j \t 'ANTED SErnfJD HANIi r\ HNITDRE. 
ri '» .M...4 iM.ar. ii.un ri, vs'e buy 



L VrOITBSI Alio BAMdCB 

-lOBlTBT^XroaiD'^ANai' AND ham 
X atova Mr aalo. Pbona 8330. 



rxr.i, Piiui,f < alia (/tumpiij alltudad to 

Just p.'ion. it*i uur aaaa wH) k» at 



>our doot 



OAU. AMD OOlXaCTr BMTB 



•11 



4t 



■OOM 



32 
.M 



WANTED TU BOKKUW 



ONBT W)Dms>— WB RAW ft>R 

dliPOBi «on'e ver? r hulre first mort- 
aaura (f I'liiir I'.Mi. 11,000. tl.AOO 

• 11 1 Ii UOU r«spe<:iiv>.'Iy, at the current 
f^ie of intereak If yoa bavo Idla rands 
»r aiiaii o« very plaaaad la ahow yoa oar 
oflarlnaa. P. R. Brawn * Bona. Ltd^ 1113 
Broad Straat Phona lOTi. 



McOtJUtY IdOOTWAT STOTh fOR 
aalo. aoo 

\i ' 1 AHv RANGE wrra WA'aapRONi 

•^tl and warmitta dOMt. Only 830 Car- 
t ar-a atova Steaa^ 8M Wm%. at. P bona 1188. 

UAJKIB OAVrtMM ftOtl AIX MARKB 
tt iMwaa B.a ■•(tfvaia. fl« Part Bt 

>AN<1ES » t'KH iVrEK 

V 7 . i la a A vri, rif) i 

Fludlay Kauaea McClari ii'l-* i> 



I>AN<1ES 11 \'Vti iVrEK I'MONS 4488 

IV /.i iaiiiloiii Avri'if) rt'Ue MtfPill* foi 



\ HH.'vi . 1 Aisfi CITT HOTEL. IDEAL 
- V alluattun. la maklaa a apeclal feature 
th(» WtMay a< aftteftaBy aaAwaed raus for 
awaata aharlaa roams. Box l«80. Coiontat. 



H i rtKNWOOD ROAD. OPPOSITB 
l< I'. Hii.cMil, a iMeaaant 
rea- I .iliip l>luu.e 05»«1( 



rooaii larm* 



AIIK It 1 If UN 
I I a I' II 
Ruo wain 



111 1 I Kl 



M.-OLURk 
;.'U central 
liioiie lOiaO 



W tLAlS A.MI AI'AKTBtKNTS 
To RENT 

icoiitiuuedt 



A 



FURNISHED SUITS. CBN. 
tr al. ua ar car and »eMh Phone 7*8811. 

AT MT. BDWARI* FURmsHED PLAT 
tor .ant Phoce hm 

A ^•Tyl^f^-^MAU. STBAM-MBArBO 



T^WKUrr. .OROUND FLOOR. FULLY 
rurnlahad aulle. private bathroom; — 
car end bua route. Suit one lady 
•810RS 



ftrM-OOaiYR - LABOB8T AND 

furalahad apta. la tha eity Soparais 
entrancae 488 MlakS^a. Ph . 78»aY7884nr 
/ M EAN 8WBBT. AIRT AND HOMELIKa 

Well furnuhed amall apartment* with 



S^HORTHAND •PHQOC tStI ' OOVBHN 
»^ intiit SifcoL B i ji Ma a Mhlacta. tbor- 
cuKi iiMoa. It £t IwelCiiaBi Brlaeipai. 

Vlioao 

SEh-Ior^ 'OliK'iK, '61^ HI I H \ ICLfS 
Utieci. Vitluna. reopens tscfltmbcr Id. 

Day aad haaadliia aotiool for girla. tClaa 
B/ P. Roberta. LL.A.. haadmlatraaa. 

iHK s r -\N , fU 1 -SI "Hi »i jT. i(f 
H 1>.N< /I .i( AJIl V AND IVrEWUniNCJ 
Mlsaes U M. Dickson and W U Mllllsiin 
Ntirht Classes Monday and Thursday. 7pm 
1ft. Oousiai Block, Oak Boy Junction 
' Talcphoaa 3598 



37 



A 



oBwra 



f ,13 1,:, 



Mlj»CELLANEOUS 



UeOLART FT7RNAOB8 

•rt V !r, ht-ailiih Vtntruat 

n I J II (.,1j:< ir; n ,u r will 

> ' ■ ii .' I'- I <i.%son 



"BUNBHINB LODGE" COLLEGE 

POR TOONO CITIZENS 

Rockland Avrmi; 

Proapeetui on request 

a. a( B8l(wrl«)it. B.BC.A.. ini Rlehardaon 
•. ' 8trar^« ^ 

rroitIA CITY NI^HT 



AMtrroHIA CITY NIOHT SCHOOLS 
' open October 3. Claaaai la gaaellne 
angtbaa. alaetrical anBlnaorats. woodwork, 
metal work, machlbt and arehltectural 
draftlnc, mathematics, commercial sub- 
jects, salesmanship, public s p e a k 1 n k. 
Fren.b. Hpanlah, art, cookery, draaamak- 
tfka. mllUnery. etc. Pull partteulara at 
Sabool Board Office. City HalL Ph3a SIM. 

VICTORU OdKJUBOB-JlOW OPliN POR 
re^iatratioB, Weyk day*; 8 a.m.. 1 

p m. to 5 pra Saturdays; • * m.-l p m. 
Last day of rexistraUon. September 17. 
First year students must brina matricula- 
tion certlflratea. itegiater early 



lO'il CBNSUS CLERKS. 
XVO± wiU be reaiared. 



HUNDRSDe 

_ _ Writ A M c C 

Cl^ Sarvtea SchooU^ KaBalatton Bldx.! 
Winnipag. 



24 



MUSIC 



ATTFIKU>— tlANDOLIM, BANJO. OUI- 
tar. B o. Acadatay.-Ph. iMi^iaMT. 



HANJO MANtlDLIN. OUlT/tR A«D ALL 
strinxed Instrument* tauaht by W. O. 
Plowright. 1116 Broad Straat. Pbona 1653. 
Rml ptoano MSniL Mmn, t 8» t ».ai.i 
Saturday. S ta l r 



F. 



1398 



/^HARIS CORSETS AGENCY. MRS. 

William Grant, 2,'>S Woolsey Avenue 

CILAIRVUYANT-MKat SCOTTrOlO COOK 
/ Stfhat Haura. ll^t. . Phoaa 4137. 



Mdanta aMOUnt Tvaaday. • p.m. 



rytlVBR, RETURlriNO TO OKANAGAN 
1 ' Vallay. would take pasxenxers 



3088. Colonlat, 



Box 



no NOT OVBRLOOK TOUR WEDDING 
Invitation* till the last minute. Yuu 
will te plaaaed with our work and our 
price* are reasonable. The Coloi^lat Job 
Prinilna DepartmanL phona 187. 



I^tCZEMA. ITCH. PIMPLES. P80RLA8I8, 
8-J Pile*, ulcerated legs Try George Lee s 
Old Chinese Ecxema Remedy IJOl Govern- 
ment Slrerl 

HAIRDRE88ING IN YOUR HOME OR 
taptrtaaaad atmator. Phono 

tll4R. 

WATCH tKICS NOT QIVK 
)n. bring It lo the "Watch 
Bench." Maintprina. tl: - cleanlna. tt 
Old gold bouxhl 1330 Broad Street. 

TOOK YOUR BKST BEAUT YCRAFT 
permanent wave* are (uaranteed to 
satisfy. 733',* Fort Straat. Pboila 488. 



Ir TOOR 
aatlaf action. 



LADY HAS PLBA8ANT ROOM, 
convanlancai. 



ALL 

fireplace: board op- 
tional: use of piano to musical per.ton. 
Also Urge room for two people. Phone 
4712X 



AND HAIRCUT 

Phaoo Albion 



IN 



YOOR 
Mora 



MARCEL 
hoaa. 
8 30 a m. 

M~ADMa 8AMML CLAIRVOYANT — 
Raadiaca daUy. Tbraa quaatlona by 
nail. tl. Suite 4. Park MaBaioaa. tM 
North Par k Btra ot. Phoaa 4au. 

MADB-TO-MBA8(JRE BUrra ~I2« ^Up" 
BaaklB. ^110^^4 Pandora Avenue 

MBNZIES NlTRSntd"* CONVALBSOBNT 
Home 130 Menxlca St. Phona 4838. 

MARCEL AND 'HAIRCirr DOIIB IN 
your home. Phona 8350R. 



COLOMBIA aoROOL OP M08I0. BING- 
Ing, piaho. vioiiB. kannony, theory. 
Brilliant results at examination*, faatjval 
awards. 10 medals, 3 cups and aebolarnlp. 

1108 Broad Street. Phone 7378. 

T C W4CKETT. A.R.C.oT^PIANO. 

Singing. Harmony. U48 Maatarey Ava- 
aiM. Oak Bay. 

HENRY McCLEARY. if R 8.T.. RBOIB^ 
tered teacher, einx.ng aad Pteno. 
Mahon Blda. Phona 3138, 

KBYiOARD. HARMONT ABD BIOUT~ 
reading for aeeompanUnaata. Lawton 
Parting to n. Phofl g 7880T. 

MR& RUST UOORS^TUinOl* VIOLIN 
and plaao. 



ALL YOUH rUA<iU Wll.l. HlilNU YOO 
ettab. oiwh aa Mfa. bottles, auo tool*, 
ttovadi faraltaya. «r anythina else We 
aab aaywbara aa4 pay boat price*. Phone 
UML 

GOLDPVB AMABIUaCS^WTO fOnt^ 
teUia. hjuUt any iMaa ar ataaa. tntT. 



a' 



.jlBABURIMtl OOP. WITH 
atendard graduatloiu. alven with 

13-ounce can Jameson's Baking Powder. 

25c. and 2-ounce bottle Vaimrl 25c 
The three artli lei for biw At your urocei's 



in^EE 

D()uslas 



LAWN MOWEKR SHAHPENPn. tl 
delivery Peden Bros. 1410 1] 
St . Phone 817 

NEW KARI-KEEN KAKRIER8 AND AT- 
tkcbmenta handle great amount of 
luggaaa Auto trunk* to order. Dpholater- 
um. jg8|8 g > Aute Trunk Work*. 3013 Oak 



tax MISCBLLANCOl s 

t III tit, AND PEARS, 2C PER IJi 
- a f,cK ihem youralf. Oorher Btally'* 
Cro**r«ad aad Waat saanieh Boad. at 
Verdiar'a place. ^ 

NUMBBR OP' KIOH-GRAbE BHOT- 
guna and riflea tor aalo at r*aaon- 

abla prlcaa. Apply Stockroom, Thomas 

PJimley, Ltd. Fbooa 887. 



ALLKM-iBRADLBT BATTERY CHARQEa 
no-volt direct current. 1 to It bat- 
tery aapaelty. aood Aa oaw, 848. Apply 
CorOaHl Mataaa. ParkinUo. •.oTav Aote- 
motlva Salai Co . Victoria. 



LACK liAIUll- N UjAM. 11 a V 



anywhere. Haulin*. aradina. fnnciia. ata. 
Phona 84SUil 

HOATS. LADDKItE. PARK^ SWINCMI. 
do* keiir.els. chicken bouMa Jonaa 
Bros 827 Fort Street. Phona I88X 



l>uuN KoaioA»-«ooKiMa. uouT- 



Bay 



AW8. ALL 

auaraed. etc. 
Oladatone Avrime 



Phona 8188. 

PtWB* W. Bawry. 1887 



S8TOKI-N I MI^< I- I I \SKM ^ 
OPPORTUNiry FOR BUTCHER 

^OTAb OAK QWi laaaUon. atora 10 fL 



KROWM 
trunk. 

S931X 



HARTLETT PEARS PW BAU, OMlAP 
Phone A83SR, 

IsAUTLin-r PEARB, tl PER BOX. 8008 

f * Richmond Road, corner lAaadowaa. 

BABTLRT PBABB AND CUIATBrarriZN 
applM, lOe has, daUvarod, Phone 
843X3. 

lY^MSONB. DAMSOMAlm POMDi 
' seediin* plums. 3c par lb.. daMvorod 

Phone Colqultx 3«W. 



A (ioDii HDMI v, 1 I H BdARD; SUIT 
» \. <-^:-x.r Bij Htywood 



J>' ^t'li \M> litt.M I'l )|< I 1 KNTLEMEN 
» 1' i ;'.).i«im sin-ri I';, one 81 



lltIL 



OARU AND ROOM. MODBRAVC RATBS. 

wtth wldaw: eoaafortaM* tat. Oak 
Baa tN7, Colonist 



i "lOMFOMTABLE ROOM, GOOD aOARI', 
V. private bomr riu*r in PhAla lOUL, 



■1 AND BOARD IN 
\ri month Phore 



VlMPORTABl !■ w 
private lioiiir, ijn 

a«»aY 

■ .tlRST-CLASS ROOMS. BOARD OP 
tloaal; reaaonalioi aORlyal. Tbn- 

cdliver. Phone 13S1T. 



I^'MHST-CLAfiS ROOM AND BOARD, 
close to sea. car and aolf links, guod 



locality, reaaonable. 4e49L 
KB 

la 



/ 1 GOD UOMB OPTBRBD QIRL ATTENU- 
VT la* i aI l t M iB^apcBftMa liar ^hi 



aarvteoa. i»a MM. ^Maatet. 

NicB saifinr.aboM. wmi boam>. in 
oilvata kosna: aood hoaa cooking, 

iorrx. 



private 
Fairfield. Pbaoo 



ROOM AND BOARD POR STUDENTS. 
ISO par moatb: two aharlaa room. 
t35 each: watklna diatanca to Collae. 
Normal a.id Hlah School Ua* of piano. 

104J Clare .Street Phone 5436L. 

KOOM AND BOARD, NEAR SEA. OAR 
^ line. park, garage. Phone 8007L. 

T^boM AND BOABO. -'OMItBT 

IV 818 Mcciure MtMl. aasualip laaatod 

Phon* 71840. 



I vELICIOUS, WEALTHY APPLB8. tl 
I ' b 



box, delivered 
M irnslde gsSL 



rood mesiaure. Riidd. 



SUNNY DOUBLE BEDROOM IN PRXYATB 
home, highest part of Linden. Avenue; 
home comfort*, garage Phone 8303L. 



ent* with 

ga« e>iuipi>e.1 k ' I, hriiet 1 r r ample bath* 
rooni. shower baUi and toUct aecomasoda' 
lion tntervtew roaa fa ua of gaeata. 
Heat. hahi. hot and oaM waur provided 
free Rentals moderate, Bto Mr& ~ 
H Allen at the new ™ " ^ 
Rockland Avenue 

t 'ARLION APT8 
nl-hr«l »uire« 



711 PANDORA-PVCZ 
nouaekeeptaa roaata 

pOSY FURNISHED APiUtTldBRTS-^TWO 
V. and three rooms: moat daairatee Imu 
Uon: handy to idwn and arhaat AaSw^h 
Pandora. Phone 8H8t. 

HIU.T IKXMBIN APARTMXNT 

plONTAINtNO large llvlng-room. tun- 
y^ room, dining-room, kitchen and three 
bedrooms; OII-o-Matluwhot water heatlas. 
Welt and fully turnl.ihed Quiet locatlaSa 
clOM to town Iinmedlale po**e*alon. 
IIS PER MONTH 
PKMBERTQM « aQM 
138 Port Stioat ' 



ClOltPORTABLY FURNISHED TWO OR 
' three-rooa auite, healed 417 v*n- 
eouvfc. Phone 7I74L. 

1^'^UR-ROOMEO DUPLEX RRNACe'. 
-t 188, Includlna water riione 8i82X 

|.'«*AT FOR RBNT. THREE ROOMS. 118 

-t- par month, fanMaliod. Aaalv aia 
Michigan Street. 

i^»ra«»>-Two (» iimakBOQMnS 

J,^OUR-R<)OMK)~ 



PURNISHBO sunt. 



PORNIBHXD SUITE. 1031 COOK APPL'? 
Suite 4. BeU Apt* Phone 7472X 

UNFURNIBHSD PLAT, 



VOUR - ROOM 
A^ heat. Ua 
1038 Pandora 

SMALL. CHARMING HOTBI* OSBORNB ---r^U --" .— — " - — •* 
Court: table board airMaSwTsr l^^O^-ROOMS. BATHROOM. 414 SUPB. 
Uiss Ewing Tel 1973 * •»»«8t. 181, Including water. 410 



heat. Uaht. waUr asd 
Phona t84air 




^a 311 

1)IANO FOR RENT, A. E. TAYLOR A 
Co . 718 Yates Phone 833. 

r|AHE SOCIAL HALL IN THB AO^P. 

aa ko 

For par- 



E 



NOLISM BABY BUOOY, UMQ BAS- 



T^AANCY WEAITHY 
a^ Bring coiitslner*. 
I.ane. Old West Road. 

SALE — A HAND80MB 



Olaafe. atayUM 



I rpilE MAIM ES. 1304 YATES STREET — 
I I- Select room and t>oard; garaae 7(7(U 

dMt — CONGENIAL HOME. PLEASANT 
V'' 1 
3860n 



Superiay. 



HAND- 
*s 

Phone 3175 



A. BuiMing, Ooraaerafit 
rented for badminton tamea 



'■f 1 If 



40 FOR s\i I Mis( I I I ^SEOUS 

MA BCILUI.M. M.\IkHIAI..S 



S LITMBBR SPBOIALB— 



8415R 



Quadra Street. Pboao 

E 8 FOOT. VIOIJN. PIANO 745 
Phone 16SS-6730 



MRS 
Yates Street 

OLIVE HEALK. L.A.B. PIANO AND VIO- 
lln atudio. Room 8. Clay Block, 817 
Port Street. Pboaa 7330R, 



84A 



PIANO 



ADAM BOYD. TEACHER OP PIANO 
and aliitlng, Iins Yatee Street. Phone 

MAROARBT PITCARD^PrANIHT^AND 
teacher Examinations all grades. 68 
South Turner Hogr.s. 10 to 13. or phone 
lor appelnlment. 12121. 



ART CLYDE. 
Pianoforte and 
Avenue tS34Yl. 



tbaoi^ 



A.T.C.M, 
Ml Sonat 



MISa Mr><)I(F, I. A B MODERN PIANO 
methods. Fxrelleiit results In recent 
exam*. Prlva'e Irsaons. adults and Juniors 
Group rla>srs with rhythmic band. Low 
fees. Phone 33 44. 3 t o 8, mej[0rt. 

MRS fuLLY. OOROeTnAMO OlijaSES; 
11 monthly 



84B 



Phone 884S. 
VIOLIN 



I7«»IliBT 

a -4 teacher. 



VIOLINIST 
Stadia, phano 8647: rea.. 



AND 

8188 



IRENE BICK— VrtTDIO OP VIOLIN. 634 
Michigan Street Phone 7S37o 



VIOLIN XNSTROCTION — PRANCES 
, Orattaa. Stadia. If* Haailay BaOdlna 
Ooveraaent Bttoet 



DANCING 



'tU* O L I V I A. CLAIRVOTANT. 
aalle, 736% Port Bt Phone 1386 

nEBTHOLME' -MRS ' WOODS. Orad- 
uata. nurse 1434 si Patrick. Oak 
Bar. Phtfie 3443 Guests taken 



eavM trouahs cleaned 



r 1 N D O W 8 
outside; als>) 
riione 24,S« 



OKPlLK 



rlHINESE EMPIxiYMENT 
PhOiie 43*6 

Ij^URNrfuRB MADB TO ORDER — RB- 

£»airh»B Aad ytSatetalos. A Uwta, M 
tSenraaiaat Btraat 



fA 



nmsBAi DBaioNs 



Ptaaaa liM 



BAtXAjlTTMB BROS.. LTU 
Oat nawara ana Oaalana 

•"eJS" - ^ Phone 804 

OfeeBboaaaa; Wartli Qaadra street 



f MOWUMPr rAL WOBXS 

8TCWAIIT MONUMENTAL WORKS. LTD 
Take Ba. 6 - 

M8I May aSoei 



•*-2-i'-"*»j«*» te vorka. 



n 



OOMRf O IVtNn 



4 NWOAI, BALL. UNDER AUSPICE*: 
of Ih- North and South Saanlch 
Aailcultural Society, will b* held on 
Frldiy September 18, Airlealtwral HaU. 
Baanichlon Danclna 8 to 1, Raaton* 
four piece oreheetra. Oeate 81. ladin »0r 

BELMONT TOM TB0MB TBAROOMS. 
agjoate Oalwood Hotel, island Hi*h- 

)ITe< 

Open until I] p m 

IIRIDOE AND PTVlT MUNDRED, WED^ 

tr "X*""'; • 30. lop floor Campbell Build- 
Ina: to eenta: aaaateaa Mtadda nanaiia 
thre Club AiU vAaoaatkOaad mSmT al. 

fraatiaenta « wm- 



Wap. OWalaa and r»fre«hment» CoRea 

and wafllea apaelaiiy 



(^DBORA BAT PAVn.TON, Of* THE 
V SILVERY 8ANI>fl op i ADBoRO BAY 
Plra'-clasi modern Rummer resort After- 
noon teas, luncheons, refreahmonla. bath- 
Ina booths Danclna every evaatat after 
\M o clock. Admltunea too < limited te 
nyty aooploai. StrleUy firat elaaa. Re- 



. ' danaias partlea. Taar«i 

faaSaSmTSJ?*^ 



do a 



.TORRAN a PAVILIOMk COit- 

Bay. aaay aa t BsS M M li 



JANITOR WODXJO OVERATE APART- 
" ment for owner: re»pon.-.ibie «nd trust- 
worthy. Phone 4 max 

i^bn JOBS. PAINTINO, KAlJtOMININO, 
^ ' 40- hour Phone 1R48H 

KOOF3 OILED OR flAINFii a I REA- 
sonable rates Phiin- «u: 

SCOTSMAN. AOED TWENTY oN» 
^/ aooftd education, desires work of anv 
kind; can drive truck or any make of 4«r 
!>•• hod exparianee hi aaasmanship Box 
3084. Cotenlat, 



ROOM WITH PlANf) (OOROEi, 8UIT- 
able dan. iiia il»sse«, etc Phone 3843 

^ROB REPAIRS WHILE YOU WAIT 
►oi All- work guaranteed. Bob Rawkes. 
•The Home of Pine Sboe Rapalra." 614 
Trou ice Ave. Wg ro aoTe ZIp pera. 

OfinkUiA OARMBNTS; ioi jroNB 
BIdy.— Phone 4466 for Splrella corat- 

iare. 

tJHETLAND PONIES FOR SALE OR HIRE 
by week, day or hour, or for adver- 
ti*in8 purpoaoa, Phone 833IL. 784 Pandora 
Avtaao. I 



KFFP FIT I'ENCINO lEfSONS 
Dorothy Cox, London, En* 



Phone 



7468R. 

VyOVlKOPP "school" OP DANOINO- 
Open Winter coium. TWH PbeI Bt 
Phone 3350 

VICTORIA RTUDIO (iP SOCIAI,. ALSO 
Ballet Dancing Ballet classes now 
forming Jose Farrlnalon, ISi'i Fort. 

VIOLET roVVKSBr STUDIO OP BTAOE 
DanciBs. 1 Mahaa Blaak, ItU Oov- 
ernment Straat. 



t% 



DBIMMAUNO 



F.xniilENCCD DRES8MAKXR — 
Work by tha day. Phone S730L. 



CHOKBRS. PURS. RBMOOBLBD: 
erate akay«a. Phone 4188. 



MOD- 



'■ptTRKIBH 
I^ trie salt batte 
Stockholm traduAte 
rheamatlaai. aoteUaa. 
Phone 3387 



BATS— BTRAM OR ELEO> 
■a^y Lowenbora. 



ur; 

eta. OtyaiftI 



isoclaiut 
Oftfdea 



mHE 8RIRT 
I men's aarinents 
Phrne 9134 



SHOP— SPECIALISTS IN 
311 Eayward BIdg. 



lyHY WORRYT CONSULT MME MO- 
*v blue, expett reader. Balmoral Hot41 



23 



iiDUCATIONAL 



S™?!!'^ "O^- SBVBNTBEN 
will do anrthiaa. Box 8078. Ooloatat. 



811 



BMPLOTMBNT 

iL im Oaveraaeni Streeti ahoae 



YO^^W BNOLISHMAN. TWBNTY-SIX, 

« experience ..tea and inaaranoo. re- 

Bo;';i8ri;:i;;i*t'"'' ^"""^ 

llA MMfBRB ARB BBOlMUTOBS • 

T,-' "C WHITE. I NTiR lOR^DEOORATOR. 
1014 Pelnlln*. roof expert. Plaae 

lOHN MOSBOP. PAINTIRO. 

• f boMlM. kaleomintna: 
Phone 8078 



IMINTINO^ PAPBRHANOINQ. | 



pAiRTnto. KALaoMiNino. rra 
k workaanahte. ■ ■ — ■ 

ntoaa 88t«R, 



A '^ y^T* "**' ■ O O B B RAJBinO, 

^^^^nT.^ «»^WORX; 
Br^ar * Fryei 



NEW 'ERA BtlRINE.^ SCHOOL 
H:bbfn Hone Building 
Principal Mrs B C Reates 
UTUMN TEKM nence* September 

Shorthai iting, bookkeep- 

ing, etc. All hixi .''ubieela. Coach- 

ina lor CIVIL .or.ii vu e exams. . 

otvii Service ExamteauoB. 
October 14. 18. 
PHORB MM 



AT 



B.O. DRAMAttC SOROOL 

First and ^est. 
Blocutton. Public Speaklna. Staea Wor^ 

Central location tow fees. 
Plioiia 4J01R 

Director: 1. Builook-Wabawr. AJLOJC 

laT.OX. 



SCHOOL POR 

o Bay Road, Oak 
Bepteaber 10. O. tTmi 
Phone 440«. 



lUtoa. 



IPUIBNOR lADT WANTS SRWIRO BY 
the day. Phone 33880 

I 008B COV8RS POR FURinTURB AND 
* car 

MRS C STUART. 74,'i YATES .1BBHL 
>{ ah-class drexsinakln*, remodeling 

rpAIt,ORINO. nilESHMAKINO. BY DAY. 
1 Dorothy Pilce Phone 7549L 

WOMEN S AND CHILDRXITS DRXSSBB: 
alio plain wwint. Mlaa Raaeo, 8080 



Waahinaton Aranue. 



LOST AND FOUND 



I^CBT-A 810 BILL. ON 

T7 



ROCK BAY 

Avariae. Pfceaa M88Y. Re ward. 

08T OR STOLRH— SLAOK "ooROON 
setter pup, answers to name of 
Bump*,' from 1720 Blanshard f.'treei 

Anvhodv harii'-rin* same will be prone- 
CHled I" iti» ,1T9JY 

rOST AMBER BEAD NBCKLACE. BE- 
■i tween Obaarvatory and Johnaon Bt . 
or OB No. a car. Box 3111, Coionixt 



CORDOVA AND MT 
DoOBlaa. pointer nappy. Mack, white 
lip aa tall aad feei ; answer* te aaae of 
"Baater " Phone McMorran a. or aiSL. 



COONTRT ROMS WRBRB BOTB MAT 
reeelv* bat of care and adaratten. 
sapartenoed tatar. Boa >487. Cteloaiat. 

F^JtPBRT OOACKBB RATl'pBW VACAN- 
* rlM' Oaford and Cambrldve eirtrsaea. 
London aad McOlU matrlciilatinn. RMC. 
R N c . Sandhurst. Woolwich. Cranwell 
All eublats covered S«aeoaaa ta pwblic 
examinatMma over several year*. Phoaa* 
768aR8 aad »48tRa. 



TOBT— BBTWBKN McFARLANE S OROO 
^ atore an« Mavnard s Camp, ladya 
black handhpg rontalnin* money, railroad 
passes, driver s licence, membership cards 
Western Union, franking bOok. kaya. etc 
Return 'Caaadlan Ratlaaat Tatasynphe 
Office Reward.^ ^ - 

LOBT^iontORlM^ap" 
_ Plane MOUI. 

T ortHToarbt' R 

»^ apare Ure. Mx 3', 
nnrk. Marlgnid 



ROAD. MARIOOUr 
Reward. J War- 



ALAROB QUANTITY OP CORRUGATED 
iron, all alia* in pipe aad Sttiosa. a)aa 
rooSna aapor. Victoria Mak ISRBap. UM 
Wharf Street, phone 188t. 

USED l.ltMBER. 8A8H. DOOH.M? HRIOk! 
Bay and Quadra. Pbona 9036R. 

rjiHis 

'1x4 Coat. Fir Random t.englhs 110 00 

3x8 to 3x10 Short Lengths 13 00 

1x8 and 10 In Com Kir Sluplap .. 13 00 
No 4 Plr Boards In Short Lengths.. 5 00 

1x3 Fir CelUna, Langtba to 7 ft IS 00 

1x8 Plr Ploeriny. Lanitha ta 7 ft.,.. 16.00 

lat Plr SMlna. Lenstha to 7 ft it.oo 

CANADIAN PUOBT SOUND LOMBBR * 

TIMBCR CO.. LTD. 
Foot Discovery Street Phone 7060 

40B CLOTHINtl. H RS. SHOES. ETC. 
rno PRAIRIE VISITORS — USEFUU 

-L •ana coon caat. 888. Call and aae it 
lOM Pandertagt Street. 



100 



WD 



BAOlt OOAU 11a. DBLIVBRBU 
Phano ISV ar IM: 

FURNITURE 



T7«OR SALB— FURNITURB FOR THRBB 
A? rooaa. very reaaonable. Phone 47800. 

IfUSICAL INSTRUatKim 



A 



NBWCOMBB PIANO, 180: TROM- 



cordlon, IS: violin outfit. Ill; cornet, tit. 
HirkUng, 741 Pandora Ave. Phone 1718. 



rge'a Mualo BtOrb 



P. X. 
Pandora 



rUDWl 
^ Ceo 
Avenue 

MENDEI«fOHN PIANO, 
1210 cash ^ e798L. 

I^PRIGHT MAHOGANY PIANO, OOOD 
yj ton*. Will tell cheap for cash. Phone 
6I06Y 

AricTOB ORTMOPHONIC. OORDITION 
V perfMt, 70 aav raeaada, IM. Phone 

BIOOR. 



riiiK 8/ 

I enibrc 

.sc reen with lacquer frame 

|/tOR SALE — CONVBRTIBLB 
f PIS lana. 8Vt-lnch ~ 
abutter Phone 308}. 

I^-'OR BALE OIL TANK, 680 GALLONS. 
Reaaon for alllna. puttins In teraar 
ona. Apply Oagsa Oy88slias8i>. phono 

e884Rl. • 

Ij^OR BALE^ WINCHEimR. kl RPBdSAL 
carbine p^one 3680. 

CIOAT8 MILK DELIVERED IN OAR BAY 
' and diatnct C. H. Unwln. fhona 
78f»7X2 



HUNTERS - YOUR CONS CLBAMBD. 
overhauled and repttlyodi roataeklna. 

Price. 1107 Lantley 

JAMESON COFFEE CO 8 SPECIAL 
combination offer — 13-ounce can 
Feather-Ught" Baking Powder, 35e; 3- 
ounce bottle "Vanart." 35c: araan gla** 
maoauring cup, with standard graduations, 
15e. All for 60e for a limited time At 
rour grocer's. "Vsnarl ' Is like vanilla, 
only nicer 

IATHE. BACK-GEARED. SCRKW-CUT- 
^ tina. bench aodoL aad H«ll.p. 
for Mia. 175. Phono 178SR. 



WEEK 
* F1«aard.8irret 



ROOM AND BOARD 
Phona 4049X 



13a 



49 



ROOMS TP RKNT 



Ji^URRIBRBD TRRBX - ROOM BurTB: 
_ "fJIMiL. ••»"fonl. Fairfield: 135. 
Rai MH. Oatoniat. 

\^VKinsnTD' TH 
A^ 125. close behind 



BROADWAY ROOMA 
Clean and Oomforubio 
780 NIOHT. OP. AND 83.50 WKBIC OP 
m Jabnaan aad Brood Sta. 



tm BlsAMBRARO STRSR 

BRIOHT. ooatortaaia 
bath ReaaoiMMe rataa Phana IIIBJ 



i ^OMPORTABLB BOOM POR OBNTLB- 
man. In private faaily: biard op- 
*' — ' 1807 Pelt Street. Phone 5160L. 



tlonal. 



PAINTS. OILS. TARmSHXB AND WIN- 
dow alaaa. The Steneland Co.. Ltd.. 
840 nrt Street Phono 17 



POND 8BBDLINO PLUMB. 3C PER LB. 
Phone 4083L.. 1890 Haultain Btreet 

1»ANOE C.STINOS FOR MOSTLY ALL 
V makea. BC Hardware 

KBVXRSIBLE REKD BABY CARRIAGE. 
aploBdld eendlUen: coet 160: baraaln 
at IIS. Oent.'a black aomlna coat and 
vat. new. 118. 1408 Firnwood Road. 



SICOND TXAR COLLBOX BOOKS FOR 
tale Phone 36I6L. 

S^INOLE-BARREL BHOTGljil. l^GAUGX 
In rood condition, 113. I. J. Sbep- 
pard. Colqulta PO. 

U'l^vieB^AND RAIfoi8r~hCANT MAKO^ 
9 Wa rapalF And laataU colia. water- 
freata. paria. katlera. ete Boatbalfa stove 
Xsehaaca. Ml Fort Btraat Phaaa 4SM. 



CU>SB JAMBS BAT ROTBL-SKLBCT 
room*. kitelteaettA furnace, garaae. 

6OOOY. 



/ 40MF0RTABLB FRONT ROOM IN PfU> 
* > vate home, close to City RaOl break- 
fast If dMlrad. Phone 433IL. 

T AKoVmiipORTABLX PRORT ROOIf . 
neat park. aa. 7S48X. 



LAROB FORNIfRBD ROOtCS, ONE ON 
ground floor. 3U4 Wark St. Phone 
4780lt. 

TWO BEDROOMS. O H B A P, WITH 
1 breakfast Phona S4MR. Ml OaltOn 

Street. Victoria Wast. 

ONrimNISBKO 



434 Powell Street 

/1ABLX8. CORNER FORT AND UNOIM-^ 
\ * Fully modern suite*. Intljidlna Pf iai* 
dalrei aparata entrancaa. Plane MMt 
after 6 o'clock, 6807Y 

HAMPTON COURT— FOUR AND THREE- 
room apartment*, top flat. Phone 803. 

AMES BAY U NFURMMnD~*ffiATl 
garage Phone 1497X. 

ARINB CHALET. OAK~ BAY"^ VIC^^ 
lorla'a Oneat tumlahed kitchenette 
apartmenta. elatrto Ntrlceration: near 
beach, ear Una and eolt link* Suite 
BOW kvaiUbla. Phone 37M. 

-^ORMANDISr NrCBLT FURNISHED 
1^ apartment*, at vary moderate reaiala. 
Phone 6078O, 



el' 
M 



BOTXL n 
714 Tates Street 
LAROB alX-STORT MODBRR 
Binrtly Firat Ola** 

yCXhM. LAROB STORBS AND THEATRES 
—When vUitlna In Victoria, greatly 
reduce ynur axpenae* by ooctipyins on* of 
our lovely howakaaplni auttea or ainale 
reaate. AU aaaplete, with Ira eaa, elecirta 
licht. hot aad eald vatw. private kath, 
ate . . • . 

Phaaa INI Jss A, 



A OLRAN. SUNNT. DR W R RIB RRD 
^\ room for rent, with A laiao eapboard, 

suitable for houaekeeplnBi elOM la. APPly 

710 Hillside, evenlnas." * 



TAMES BAY-UNFURNISHXD ROOtlB. 
'' kitchenette, aaa; aaraaa. Pboaa 
1487Z. 



SO 



BOOMS WANTKD 



4aF 



BAOII 



ELBOTRIC RAOlOB POR HIRB BT THE 
week or month. HI Johnan Strtat: 

ohone 73S 



A 



GUARANTEED SECOND-HAND OR 
new electric radio sold on easy term*. 
Victory Cycle Work*. 611 Johnson Street. 
Phona 715. Oppoilt* Red Croaa Workabcp. 



fj^ XPERT RADIO SERVICE 
'-i and 



DB FORBST CROSLXT. ALL-BLBOTRIO 
eonaoia model radio, 178, Jacob 
AaroaaoB. Ml Johnaon St. Phona 735 

ALL TYPES 
d models of radio set* repaired 

Sliver VIsr.s.iall flervlre Station: operator, 
r. r .suldnll, a:o Mo«h .si rhone 2S9« 

GXT a OOOD SECONOHANT) RADIO Kf 
a very fair priea. AU taarABtaad. Call 
and aaa tor youralL S. Oauchar. 7st 
rataa atreet 



NXW LOW PRICE 
OR TRB 

PAMOOB MORAWK-tTRXO RAOIOI 
T^OW — Finer than ever, with every new 
^ reflnement of radio engineering— the 
auperb new (erMn-grid Mohawk -Lyric 
raodelB are offered at new low pnee levola. 
ranging from 1178.50. on eaay tarma. 

DAVin A XmO, LTD 
717 Fo t Street Phone 711 



OUn 1831 C0N80LX RADIOS. FULL 
dynarale apeahera, are now In otir 
store. You can buy now the latat eonaele 
model, for less money than you pay for a 
table model, at Jacob Aaronson*. 611 
Johnson Street Phona 738. Victoria * 
Largest Radio Dealer « 

WE WONT BE UNDERSOLD-BEVEN^ 
tuba all-electrte aran-crld radia 
with dynamic speaker. f4lly guaranteed. 
tlOO. Phonoaraph plck-op. 18.50 Crystal 
ata. II 95 Stranded aerial wire. 60c. 100 
feet Baautlfttl Kreen-arld conaola radio. 
ti69 50. Ro laak. aitt aaw aooda. R. O. 
Mainwartas * Oa., Ill Fort Bt Pbane 

6011. 



VyB WORT RB tWDBRBOLD— 83 PLAOBS 
vv the new Phlieo Baby Grand Radio 
In your home for a week Full price 
189 90 Your money refunded If you do 
not say it Is th» best eier Seven tubes 
'three screen-grid', full rlynsmlc speaker, 
push pull audla H. U Malnwarln* * Co. 
8ir, Port Hirat Phone 9011, 



U1LL SELL AT A DISCOUNT A CREDIT 
allp for tlSO on a Hudson* B*y 
radio Phone 4*46T Box 1947. Colonist 

l(l«>-| WESTINOHOUBE CONSOLE 
I . y. > I radioa are now ta oar atora. 

They are faly sfsraniaad 

month* Jaaa^ AAfBaaaa. Ml 

Phone 788. 



SNAP— ELECTRIC WASHING MACHDtZ, 
t49 718 Yates. Phone 833 

S~OIU OLAY. MANURE. 11,78 TAJIo! 
Pbo na IM. 1849 K l aaa Road . 

^lOALEB. BRARTFORO LATBST 
^ type: aalt eaady atora, ate.; 84B 



••LB. 
Box 

3096 . Colonlat. 

y XAL'S BRITISH OUNIOAL THXRMOM- 
f-^ etera Xaay read. Ouarantaed accurata. 
Your druaciat will be pleaad to ahow them. 



1 n-()AL. TBBBLB OAS POMP. ALMOBT 

-I <I new, UM, taka hat avAy. Bob MM. 



Colonlat. 



Yatea. 



WXBK BUTS SDtOBR 
new home awing aaebtne 



718 



3 POUNDS OP SCOTCH AND BUD- 
wel*er malt 1 packet hni>s. 1 lb* 
Demerara tuaar. 1 yeast ceke — all for II. 
Delivered anywhara Rlll'a Oroeery Phone 
137 or 138. ^ 

5-TOBB RADIO. WITH TOMM. Ilt.aa: 
ona-dlal Nertham Xleetrla. SMi "44" 

srreen-arld fTidlnla. 1135 complete: beeu- 
tiful walnut table speakers, with table, 
tS5: short wave sets, 113 50: Roberts' Re- 
flex, complete with spenker, t3,^ chemical 
ground aerlaia, 13 7S 3ni A tubes. •! 35; 
aven-tuba alatria radioa. complete. 887.84 

MObR AARORBOra 

RXW AI«D BECOND HAtfO STOR8 
HI Johnaon Street Phone 735 

Oppoolte Bad Croaa Werkabop 



Eatd. 1808 



Oldeat Adv. Aaeecy la R.O. 



"Advertlaina la to baRnea 
A* ateaa la te Bssehiaory^ 

MrMEOORAPHINOI MnLTTORAPHlNnt 
NEWSPAPER AND MAIL ADVERTISINOt 
klAIUNO LISTS I ADDRESBIHOI 

We write and asall 
letter*, price liate 
and poataarda 

that 'tell and alL" 
Gpeclal prices for 
Retail Btores' weakly 
or monthly Uata 
of ahopplna hiata. 
Up-I*land atora can 
have Ihl* work dona 
and delivered within 
24 hours When in a 
hurry for copies of 
Notices of Meeting. Leial 
poeuments. Mining Raporta. 
Ll*t* of Credltora and 
Debtera. Balance Sheeta, 
Price Lists. Ruled Foraia 
for factory or office aa, 
call on ua or phona 1818. 



KXSPBCTABLE COUPLE WANT TWO 
or thra fully furnlahad room*: muat 
be aMderata. Full parUcalara. Box 8016, 
Ooioalat. 



a6R nNTtTR.NIXRRO 

TWO LARGE. SOUTH. UNFURNISHED 
rooma, cioM In; aart be elaaa aad 
reaaonable; aaa. Bei S877. Oatealat 

II BOinitRBBPING BOOtuT^ 

TO RKNT 

Sur~*''''''~*~»TOiiSl« 



A TrRAaTITRWRLI#>RQXnFFBD HOU8E- 
^ kecplna rooeaa. Phone 8003X. 1010 
Linden Aanaa. 



NrCBLT FURiriBHBD 3-ROOM APART- 
ment, heated. 8 minutes to HudaitB'a 
Bay; rent 118 600 Gorge Road. 

KAERURN HOUSE. 1045 ROCKLAND 
Avenue— Larae unfurnished aparl- 
Ment shortly available, fully modern, gar- 
aae. Phona 4I0RR 



BIORMOND COURT - EXCLUSIVB 
housekeeping apartments Phona fU. 



SCOTT APARTMENTS 
Furnished and Unfurnisbrd Suites 

8BACROFT— ONE FURNISMED AND ONE 
unfurnished apartment vacant, all 
electrical, tea views, larag* Phone 1063. 

rpwo THRTE ROOMED UNFURNIBHED 

-I- or partly furniahyd avltea. 



rrUtRBB tTNFDRNtSHED ROOMS. WITM 
^ terae eopbeard. llaht and water, lis. 
8478L. 311 Quebec Street 



rriRBBARTHA. 1046 VIEW arrREET— 
- k. W tee heated apartmenta. 8M. Fhona 
SITtR 



A LARGE FURNISHED 
^ Ing rttfflt. 13 week, 
week, gas 734 Humboldt. 



ROVI 



11.88 



AT 819 COOK— NICE LIORT ROOBR- 
.^A. keeping rooma 88881,. 

T 783 VIEW ' STRBBf .nK>OSmiv. 
Ina roo ma. half bteek fraa Speneer *. 

ATTRAcnvB qousncnpiNo ROOMS. 
COav*nlence* 441 Vancouver Street 

HELVOIR LODOE SELECT HOtlET 
ke-plng rooms 1178 Fort Phone 9048 

HHIOHTON LOIKJE HOU3EKEEPINO 
apts , slnile. 110. eas 1143 Rockland 

/ 1LEAN HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS. 12 l« 
' per week 703 Vancouver Street 

C1LEAN. COMFORT ABLiT BOOSXKBD'- 
/ Ing room, with kitchenette. 1134 Fort 



TUDOR MANOR. ION PAfRFIRLD- 
Beautifully altnatedi new, 8783L. 

Apply on premises 

I TNTURNISHED TWO-ROOM APART- 
y ' men!. Glengarry Apartmaatei water 
Included, 110. Two unfurniabad apart- 
ments. North Doualaa. II8.N aa' ''~ 
Vacant now RoMvear 4* QardS 
Union Blda Phone 5800,^ 

VXTRLL FORNISHED SUm-fWB 

V V 840 Linden Avenue 

\XnNTRR RATES NOW ON— MAYNARU'C 

V V Bungalow Court newly deoofated >• 

room modern suite*, fnmlahad; aarai*. 
7<t5 Hiiuide A 



•;-.ik SYLVIA STRBXT-COST TRRBB* 
*>*'V raam ..flat. in|h hathraaat to. 



medtete paaaaMaai 811.M pay 

P R. BROWN * SORB, LTD. 
1113 Broad Stryet , Fhane 1074 



11 I 



I HAIXAS ROAD — FURNIR R IU 

I ^ ii'e. nverlooklne iKs, 

'■ • I 71 



/ 1LEAN. QUIET HOUBI 
' V Suit nurses or biiall 
I914U 635 MIchlaan. 



/ 10MF0RTABLY FVmN: 

room apartaaat. 
alnala: nar Oryatal 
801 Haywood Avenue. 



Two: 

! alao 



I) 



I. PA rnyn 

1 ; '. . ■ r" 

ri a iTi e w i , '1 
Reward 



LOST- SATURDAY. HfXK 
hartdbaa. containing ah > i 
card case containing cards »iti 
addraa. 8a 8_Cralaflf>weT Road 

T 08T-0N MARINE DRIVE. BElwrTN 
Wtn^aor Road and Estevan Avei, „ 
nlek*l-pl»t»<i nil tank ceive. off Hone OI' 
a»o llP» I Heward, 

a» IIMIlf K IlKohl K«? 



Places the 1931 
ROOBRB RADtO 

In Toay Iteaa . 
Rave you aaked *boat the PBpolkr Pay- 
ment Plan Irt force at R AmO-LECTHIC> 
You may aecure the above radio, cnmpleM, 
for thi* imall payment, with the balance 
spread out i Q ea lt poar tetiaia, 
RAOfO-LKyTRtO, LTD 
835 Fort Street Phcne 1111 

•aa MCRAkRE 8TOCB.. FLANTa, ETC. 



NEWTON 

ADVERTiaiNO 

AGENCY 

Mall and Nrwipaper AdvertlaftlB 

Multlsraph and Mimeograph Circular Let- 
ter* aad Pmtcard*. Addreaaine. Malltna. 

MaU Advertlaina Ptennad. Prfatad tad 

1. Ml PBrt aaaML PBaaa Mil 



/^HOICB MtXBD DAFFODILS. II: TO- 
* lip*. 13 per 100 Illy eandldua. 83 per 



doxen Phone S13tRl 



pOR 8VLS-H6 MItUON FEET TIM- 

A bf- - - - - 




-tricrrnRiA kmkxx. of bxfrbssion 

V reopen* September a-Elncuttnn. pub- i A' her elMa tm 'fl' - -~- 
lie apaaking, voire produci'on Prinetp.i I Apply IMl^ ' 

Si j-i - ■ 




FyaH SALB. OHBAF— OAFFODn. BtTLBS. 
Flaia iiaalaaab Albion I8T. 




CI c.it. 
>■ m sa; 

handlebar*. 
Victory Cyela 
Phone 735 



RAOHtO BtCTCLC, 
apart atodel. wir,. 



41 WANTBIKiwMISCELLANBOUS 

ABSourrxLT biohbst pricbs paid 
fa rnga. bettlaa. toola. atovea. fuml- 
tare. or anythina yoa wiah l« dlapoa of 
We call anywhere, any time Ptioo* 8188 

ANTIQURB. OVD 00t>0.~ DIAtWMtDS 
Best cash prices Btrktly eonlMen- 
tai Roa. tail GoremmeDt Street 



^RtCICKN FEATHBRB IN ALL ORA 
bought by tbe trktorte Sod * ttatlaa 
Co. phone 3118. 776 Topaa Avenue 

7\DO*'*-~>*** ' obowjtB'arnvT-trk 
^ ' hay aaad aiaa fWaKara. aldan. ellver. 
old teweiry and braaawaro. Oaad yrlaaa 



I>ROftB ai««-WR FAT BBBT PRICKS 
for ttntilei. raaa. tal a. atavee. fuml- 
taa a anvthUM ela yoa wtah a dt a g aa 
el Wo oall aaywtwre. aay Una. Try «n 



vrrrrmiA jttwk aofnc - 

:its Wharf St Phot - 



HOTEL— ROUBBKBEPINQ ANU 
■inala rooaa. 817 Yata* Street Mrs 

Vkellon 

l^t U R N 1 S H Bb~~AIID^ UNFURNISRBD 
1. lia«a8Masla|,_Mawi sarasai tarn 




1488 Pert 



aO SDITE8 AN^ 
Phone 8n7R 



HOOBEICEEPINO ROOMS 
fully modem: central: 



SUITES, 

alavai'ir 

service: comfortable modern kadfsaaa at 

reasonable weekly and aaathiP fntaa 

Riu HoML 716 Port Pbaaa 11^ 



T AROB somrr RousBRBBPiva room. 

1^ all conanlenees ima Pandara Ave 

LAROB BONNT HOUSEKEEPING ROTjM 
fam lahed 



120 month Phone 103 1 L 
RWLT FURNISHED SUITE AND 

aaraae 



5S 



HOUSES TO BBNT 



POBNISRBB 



\Fm.LY UODXRN FOUR-ROOM FOR. 
nished bungalow, near St Marsittt'S 
S chool Apply 18 08 Oladatone Avaaua 

IjXlOL BAT WATBRFRONT — FOUR- 
A/ rooaed bungalow, fully modem, aaa. 
^bona 4833X 

JP<OUL SAT«>MOOBR» STVCOO BITR' 
gate*. 1847 Creaont Road. Fho*M 
8905L. 



QOUSBBk PVRKIsaD OR ONPim- 
(eraa Fred K RaaaeU. Ill 



fay rent m fat ylfc aa 
Faaaevti 



pOR RENT FuRnISHBD — 4-ROOM 
cottage. 113 aaeitth. 1838 Belcher Ave 



TULT ARD KVaOitt «• 
*' furawhad ai a a -raoa 
near aa aad BMBI IMl 

8328L 



Ina rooma: 
•e 9388T, 



818 



rpwo BRIGHT, HBWLT OBOORATBD 
A front houMkaeplaa raaaa, faBy tni- 
ntahod, with Uaht. water aad haal. Fhona 



nwoMRBO*! BTanr.' 

atean(na~ywaa:~ Ratea. laeladlae"aae^ and 
»'»an. 88 80 to 84 80 per weak. Phaaa dBiTio. 

aiB UMPLIMIBRBB 



RRRT - TWO ORBtnUttSRBU 
a. Apply 8M Bahnarai Road, ir 
aftay 8 p.a. 



rpwo ROUSBKEXFtNO ROOMS. WITH 
A eink artd pantry 



IS rr^ n:i I h 



ault working lady : 
nclodlna light and water 3841 



AND A 
TO RENT 



T BEI WII 

wo- 'noftied tullea 



A". 



\ T OLTMFIC. 
V oeaaRM t a 



APARTMENTS— OWE 

Phone tiaao 



ODBRR SBMI-RUROALOW. 

leaai 
beaa^ 



Moi 
roeaMi PnI Ray. i 
end beaah- flMBa MI4. 



SEVEN 
aar 



MOOBRN FtfRRMRBD OOTTAOB. WTTR 
aaraae. Pbe*M 4a7IT 

rpO LET. FtJRNISIIEn FROM OCTOBER 
A 31. ate month*, with optional six — 
Mr C M BIrnle't home on Beach Drive, 
Oak Bay. Victoria standlna on approxi- 
aataly one acre of aardan. laid out in 
te«m and tardea Roaa overlook* tbe 
aa Large hall* upttatr* and down, three 
reception room^. five bedrooms, three batisa 
end toilet -rooms, laree kitchen and break- 
faat loom Bervai.ts' quarter* In bsM-' 
mant. with aetMirau bathroom and toilet 
7*hrM-ear, two-atory aaraae Would coo* 
aidw aate. PBaaa IIM. a write ata 14M 
Dytm 



rrio i»r»»T. 

t tiunaato' 



ilM kUT BTRXrr, 



FTtR mSRRO-FTVE ROOM 
Ray atreet: garage i3o. 

Three-r'xmi flat. 8t Ohortea Street «M 
Four-room bunealov. BelaonI A.enu* dis- 
trict, a nice home. 141 54 Flve-rmm bun- 
aalow, waterfrnat. Hollywood CraaOaat^ 
Includes garaae radio and fuel for WlRlai. 
w J CMUttead m. Co Phone 8593. 

U-X RATB BRTMIAL OOSfFORTABLT 
farnlahad heae* for rent, for eny 
Come In and look over 
Muaravc, Lul 



lenett of tenancy 
I OTrr lleta Swtnerton 



\T-TRAmVE FOUR-I 
apartaseot, 8 bedr 



NI.1" i 
■love 



Fort Slreet 



l .rgeii bupara of metals, aark*. iron, rats I 
j|4ENT8 BICYCLE. IN OOOD SHAPE. S'^ii'VhlSa 5SC"3SJSf*JSa^8Ma 1 

•vf lit. sboteoarae Oarasa. Phaa 4M. * aay wheral^ mmmb m| 



2 

ate. tn 

•aret e Bahaai. AssM *«i OMalaaa Aea 

Phoaa 8II8L. 

AT MODBRATB RBRTB^^lheBLT' FOlC 
nlabod Mitaa I.* Roy ApartoMitta 168 
Montreal 

t TRRKB-ROOMED. PARTI.T OR UN- 
' V furrrtaliad flat Miubia for buttaaaa 
roupt* a two adolta Phana H7ST. 



It 



isnOB Fr)i;R-RoOM BUNOA- 
Relmor.t district folly fur 
'IH 1 idlne linen with cement baae- 
»d furnace will give lease If re. 
ti» aood tenant I30 Five room 
claw, fully fernlahed < except linen <. 
lat baeeaaent fno fumacei, garage* 
Raaltato diauiet immedtBie posaeasloa 
to both the above W j Ollllland * Ca. 
Phase 8808 - m y^. 




THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA. "PC WEnXESOAV. SKPTEMDER 17, 1930 



A Mart for Busy Readers—House and Busmess Pro perty for^ Sale arid Exchange 



TO UlfT 

(C«oUsim4> 



634 



m —i. ftti— W t anrly daearmted 

lUnt . . I at 00 

1710 Frniwood R4., • MOTM, 1 b«d 

roomt . J5 00 

i'ltt (»<>r«e ftd , A roomt. 4 brdroimii, 

• ciaar hot w>t«r hrniiiii i^j 00 

e;<ll Hattrrx 0i , • room buucalow. < 

bMlrooOM. fVHMM* 

1053 F«tMl«r>M( » ML .« 1 M> 

rooBM. furMMS MVty MMfWM- ■ • M M 



1' 



AUTOMOBIUn 

iCootlnuedt 



AUTOMOBILM 

(0«MtBlM4> 

\ IMt KMIO RDAlf — OOOD TIKES 

' » HKXl p4lnt. Ilr«nc<r. ruiinlnt loofl and 
lou of po»«r Jual tht IMiii lo keep y*u 

aod U)« doti wMm •4k4 oit your buiil- 1 T UOWM — Cliliyi 
Ui» A elMM aMT M M MM Mr srlM. ^ I < ;> ^."""^»*-»' 
m. fall in-lM A Ohrriter "^r* •-*»llD4*r 



■1 Fort mraat 



SM 



I h; 



> MOnUDOB tfTRBCT-nVB 



tourlii« tircdi vrrir little work and a loal 
o( pauu 10 make a good car. Itit, Pant 
at all kliida fui rll inakM and OHXltU. 
Irurti or iar« Our 
Ktank Camrioii IiuCk Mtd iMiM 

>«» •>] vuw atxcM. 



trro •PKTTAUi— A VTA* oornm. m 



AiiK.ld t^iiect HiJi loomi. modern 10 Mi 
tia Be tell Ollv* — SavM raMMt 

modern MM 

♦47 Kiiiiitnii Htrrel fleien looma. 

MliliARJhIY. KU£ 4t CU . LTD. 

M TvtX M.. Oor. Bread PhoM MM 



oorl ri.ndUIOM I US 

Oartord uuck. 2 ion. Urac body, 
N»iioa*t lte<M* UMk. tMt. wktM 
j truck, ftM. Om >-tMi 0»rf«rd. 

I new. only It 000 Two ton Tlniken 
I enil, A \ris 7 t>a>>>ri:«ei ll^i. i 4 
I hraku, new lop and i urtam.-. tSSO 



Kt.tr II 



^hap« . . 

%yi^ «Mr BMltLa 

A beauty 

H«e (tut MatKTt 
MAOTKRa MOTOR CO 
aMYMMBtrcct 

NEW CAIt BNAl- 
rno MARK R(X)M for fur the. 



OVEKLAND I 

ri85 

«.CYUNDER 



1»27 4 



i'' new 



rear- ' 

A l.rel I 
Klvr > 



to 



o( new Oldnmobllea. »i- i n-r 

laso OLoatfOBiiE hlkan 

M tfoaUHUtoalor. TliU li »oui thance 



ton loadna tr*ll«ra. Aak for 
»37 Vlaw •Umi. Pbon* 



Mr Junli;'- 




t*rr Mid lle«MM. 



ehou 'at 

vat ice 
17M 0«. y,, A 
1«M r«l. . 6 : 
II* Bushb) n 
631 Lindtn 



^HKVROLBT 

r hee p. 



CMBVROUCT — nitST 
order, lood tlroi. b«(- 
M Pfcant T»nB. 



TOURINa 

>• Mrrx 



•09 



DurlM 



MASTERS MOMI^OO.. tTD, 
nidamoMt Mnim 

'Hs-asTiiSszai 



tn 



Your rhanct far • MM W Bt • 



• room*. 4 b«d- 



« ! 1... :i 



- IP4< Rockland, ft rooiu». SI bedroom* 
M Wi^Mioa. • ' ' ~ 



• raaau. S 



3S Ut/ 
< . 00 
J 5 00 
35 00 
40 00 
40.M 



1 ' .lale 
I'tinne J&04, Hi 



X OOUPBi IMtl l.uuo iAi\JL6. ruK 
<'b*ap aaai MB. Caionlal. ac 
IM. BBtoaen • Bod «. 



4i SO 
4 J UO 
S6 00 



lOdT 
raaBMl BBfBBB 

1740 tai t fBMIt, 4 far age 

ff. fMMU. 4 bed. carake 

• M8Mi 4 badraaaM. W.M 
V. rOmCAN * COMPANY 

Phone Si 

\MODBRM HOU8X. 8BVEM RuOMt. 
D«wly OatorBMdi PMd Sbp. VBbm 

3914 

BUMOALOW. OAK BAT: nti^ROOMB: 
cMTanlMt aeboBl and car, rtot t3S. 
Box 3l«t. Colo&lat. 



FRIOBD r 



FKDCRAI. r> !'>N. 
MauaiaUc ui«a . 



RIOST 

^»>0 



«• • • •••••B*«* f • ^ 



VAIfflR B r: 

DiatrlbiiMr 



AN LdlAlt 

milease 4.100. 



I^IOUR-ROOM BOnOAtOW. 1071 RED- 
* fern Strtrt. Pfcoi ■ vmkxk 

1^X)R RKNT Ul«?UR.NU.mcU. I»OR SIX 
-I monlh* or mora, with option «f mIc. 
to rtllBfela tananu. saw atBht-rooiucd 
bowa. BBracOi aaver baaa eeeuBlad. Baau- 
Wtm ittMMd on Mafraat. faatnc aouUi 

iM "TSSSb SSSjaa'Sr*'' 
'f^yjVL^BAT— tax ROOMS, babbubnt! ! i7»oRD oooPB. 1M7. Of aruwoio oo5f 

X' furniee and laraaa, tM. OCf QaMra dl tlea. rbena 4M. 

cloae In— Two bedi. Ivrnaaa. IN. Fhone ~ 
SMO Roaev«ar A OordM. 



nil Tataa Straat 



Co. lOcai din'.r i&iii 1, r ■. ( orner Vlea 
and Vancouver f'urii.i <cJ3 



I43& CASUi IM 



I ■ 



KI.NO. 



£V>IU> 1*3B TUDOK. 

r aBtaodid aaadiiiaa. 

(Of Mr. AtebMon. 

1^X»R ■ALir~TO~Cl.(j.'5l': 
193S Pord town acdau. 
ThU car haa kaoB van dBtilBHr iMBMd 
and I* in axcallanl BBBtflNM. nt MMH 

Truit Oompaoy. 



^' '1 I 

PXiKU loUKlNO 

roRo 

Only 

UHAY TXMnUM. 
Only 

KMRO L MUYBBT. 

Onljr 

v*ow> L. oaLnrnr, 

UM 

FORD L DELIVBSY. 
1»37 ' 

JEWETT lOURlHO." 

for 

AIM a nne aclect on of eloaad car*. 
■Mkaa. from ttu up 



$125 



Double Service in 
Want Ad^ 



^ ' 1 1 3ii Idcphonr s nut an 
»»fis ill uf!" .is ^(>ur t:ass:tieii 
ii'U ft t;ir Mr iits t,) 1 he Coloiun, 
Keader* are often iiiterettcd in 
Want A4vertiMmenlt thai Ao 
not c»rry th« names or addreaaet, 
of advertitera, but a CeloBiat 
bM nurabtr. For the accom- 
moftation of thoaB readen who 
find it iiironveniriit to wnte an 
answer, and to krive the advrr- 
tiaer bettrt ■-■■r takr rrpliei 

fo Box ; ru;.cr» over the tele- 
phone. 

The Colonist service ia arail- 
abU from 8 a.ni. to 10 p.in., ex* 
c«ptiiMi SuQdajra. PbM# ll 




UOt'SKti rOK SALE 



I 78 



ifoi; 



tl^BT aSMD TOtm PRIM I INQ OKOCRa 

* * Eaat. wr>«n rou can aet ibau dona 
(•Iter, qulcaer. and at Lbt aame prlca al 
Tba ColOBlat Prtniina OepartBMatf 




I '<NOLJSI1 KIOINU BREEC'HBM. 
4^ BBMta lam Plahar. Arcada ~ 



1704 



M BUHNESS Ul>f UKTLMTliUt 
(OonUaiMdt 



TTrKBriuTBJaa 

I rPBWAITBRa POII RKNTAI, 

^^TUDB^n•B mar rem i>peaiyiura troa 
ua at that* apaclal raiea: Ona month 
»I. lour montlla. IIU fKEE IWBTRDCTIQN 
BOOKB. Innraaaa rour aSlciancr br tak- 
loi advantata ol UUa BBar. Mo ehaicaa 
icr aallTcry. 

RXMIMOTON 
IQM B«M« «uaat 



f£MJM> 



MOOB 



-J 



A 



A HAIUIAIN we WHIXX AU. CLABBCS OT 

aPl-BNDID BUY rOR SOMEONE 
WITH CABM Owner, leavtin t 
tba BaaS, taill aeil hu aii-rooen 
biuitalcw, Jual like new. lj^i>rikit 

far oiilv ^»«.)Ul I 

tl.tOO caat^ l.andt** It You <kii: 
Utla caa> taoac It la oft Hlllaiur 
b«M wtthla faw yard*. Utrea minuUt 
walk to atract far l^rge llvlna- 
rof.m k.tchei: bait, room ana l»o 
tirdi !.■oni,^ uii atrtuiitl fio^u i*i> lai.o 

bedroom, upaialta. »iUi waah baa.ii 1 <<„»,n .^a — .iT^- .^-^ — 
m nail rut, c-ant iM~».. Mw . r"^,.'-^^;^;^---^ 




Ceavaalaat 



VERT KJfB NBW BCVBN-ROOM 
i.«:>ii buaealow. Handaoma 

'.t r'loir, vtlUt flraiilsot aad book- 
KiccUant dtalad-roeat, H-loch oak 
SrttSSL^ UIM Mthroo- 



TVB lara* br^dr 



Bon MT Miu.wooa 
Dry ■ 



U.M CORD. 
Pbone 1011 



OUAU. OOMFBCTIONER V 

^ err burinaai, 



main 

«f 7 I 



road; 



low rrn' 
■ood location 



AVI) onoc- 
' ■ -.i, t <■ on 
iJ»u Phona 



(^PXCIAL OOABAJmCD DRY MIIX- 

OwAd. atOT* lawtha. in city, it io cord. 

PtMOa M4. 

^ H A V. N 1 U A N l.AKK MH. dloVK 
»J leiiatlia. loril. IJ 50. uiie cord. 



•••••aa« 



all 



MqrrOB OO.. LTD. 



|JX}RO SEDAN, lift. APPLY A. W. OAM- 
r Mr. Ltd.. Ml Tatu at. PIMM Nl. 



XfUDERN HOUSE. OOOD UWATtONi 

•'4- cloae In: 13} par month: sBfMa la 
ba iaaia nt. 1434 Harrlaon. Phaoa Mtt. 

KOCKLAIfD AVENUE. PACINO BOOTh! 
near Cook - Plve-iooin buiiialow, juat 
vacant; laraae. 130. Phone 74«IIR 



k ^MALI^ POUR-ROOM COTrAUE TO LET. 
/ Michigan Ctreat Rent 115. 

rpo RENT, DHPimfliaHXO— SIX ROOMsI 
J«aa»h Btraat. PBMAatd. Its Blx rooma. 
Pandaraast Straat. Palrflald. I3S. Beach 
Drlva, Mvaa rooBta. I»5. But room*. Jamat 
Bay; MflMt bMsgMBt. BM BBd aoal 
rantas: Mi. W. i. (MHltaa/ * Ob. Phone 
ftSM. 



I.-^OR SALE BY OWNBR—IMS POllTIAC 

J coarh. ISOO Phone 4ST3R 



HUOeOM BROUUHAM. IN FIRST CLASS 
aM^Uoa. WAjtm SlMWS fa* Mih. 



■yrBRY Di 



RBaXOBIIOBi IM- 



V 



BRV PnpTTY WEM. PLANNEn PIVE- 



BUtLT-lN 
OARAOE; 



hEAIUHEfl. Til. ED 
$4S PER .VinNIH 



SINK. 



VICTORIA BEAi TY tc BUILOmo. LTD. 
• 10 Virv STREET 
PHONE 30I6-I14S 



riVB-ROOM BUNGALOW, 
furnaca. naMr daooTBlad. 



I IS4 OjIo, rl 

1 '^-l* I NtWf ORT AVBhuf^PUR LBAmI 
X OO O Baptembar IS. to daairakia tenant ; 
Ana loeatloB. oa ear IiBa. oaa bla«k fraai 
baaeb: «ii rooaaa. (itrMea haat. Apply 
Manna Chalet. I4SI Baraafori Street 

i.9ft Vancouver" 8T five" 
^£t\J roonad houaa, sai. luiua.e. s«r- 
Ma: rant SM. 



DINSMORB BROa, 
USED Car BAROAQW 

I ATE 1934 DURANT 4-OOOM nDAM. !■ 
■i nica condition. tC7S. 
1Q<;7 PORO TOURINO— In nIca run. 
Xt/Ml nine erdar. A eood bay at ti7S. 
PORD TOt^ROtO— In Al iBaciTun 
leal order: battery, tiraa aad paint 
In flrit claaa condition, new top. 
145 Yatei Street Pbona 144 

Marmou and Rooaavelt Oaalars 



1!)2L 



Bplandld condition. A aBBp, 



ADVANOBO 

idid cond 
bouBht another car 



Tomtno — 
Owaar 

phoM sni. 



OWNER WILL BACRIPICB 1137 PON- 
tlac 4-doar aaSan (or quick tale, ntia 
ear hai had vary earafui uaa and li tn flne 
condition. Priea ISSS caal). or term* can 
ba arraacad if daslrad Phona U3IR for 
fvrttar Mrtleulars or damonitration. 



TMm 

Vas« BU M: «• Tataa BtiaM 

open BvaalMa Ptiona 
ABthorlBM Daalar far 
OADHLAft LA BALLS. NASH. OHIVMUT 
Jut atrlvatf: The Naw Mah. at a aiMb 

lower prlaa 



BVB BROTHSM. LTDw 
Pbesa 3SS1 aad >sss 



$450 



WHIPPET COUPE. 1837 - Repainted 
and new iiraa all raund. 
Price 



PORO COUPS, ian.i4B ttai 

ditioii thri — ■ 

barsain. 



PORTUG anAN. Itaa-Tkts ear has 
MBB MM RMIea> Aa WtfSt 

• - «aaB4/aaataa» • 



tl AMKU PARTNER IfOXKMI MOa* 
~ T alura toll, lady av 



MPS. Colonial 



$100 



MOHTHLV. 



AND 

liiicraat. wUl MMlBk, a 

MEriNa 



CASH 

rlthout 

barsain la a MuHlf raph macbUM 
actual 9rlntins as waH aa typAvrttfai. 

atyle circular lettera or puatrarda Cost 
I1.3S3 Pn. e tor pr:nter » ink ewuii'iaeni 
1350. o.- 1400 for bcjih printer a ink ai.O 
typewrltlna-alyle aoulpmeiu Laraa yariely 
of type aullable (or sniail forma, latter- 
haad*. ravalopaa. blUheada, •tatantaaui. 
ela.. and a bm ib IsM aat ot typawriUne. 
atpla type. This la a aplandld oppor- 
taalty for any man or woman, havu.a ' 
Vare time In evenings, to add to Income. ' 
or It la most suitable for any wholesale { 
bauaa aiora, lodsa. club, church, soclaiy. ' 
lumber mill, etc., wlahlnr to do their own 
prlntlnB and alrcttlarlains at a tremendous 
•f""*' tfm •ou'Pmaht It In Orsi- 

claas eoodlUM and no replacement necch- 

?!c1inaftS^^^ '"^ 



UPxMLANU MILLWOOD - huoukh 
M«Ml OB^ Kbm mtti piaht soecL 



furnace New roof, raeaaliy painted 

OUtalda. inside like nevt Nire aar. 
den. large loi Taaei > ij can >i.u 
duplicate ti lor ih* price? iJeller 
aaa U now. 

ANOTHBR BABOani Dt ESCt'IMAIT 

K'^IVr-ROOM BUWOALOW. inuje ,., t„. .i 
X abapa. outalde neei1. I'alnuiis arid 
roof tarred: eartti rium i,j baarmeni. 
Piped for furnace A lew hundred 
doiiais Kin put ttua howia Into flue 
-M.ir WIU rpnt ffr 130 a month 
lanes 130. It la B (OOd Invesln r: ■ 

■ !>:) Die prlaa la 

only 



tarase. Terms. Price 



. *c>-OU 



FAlRriELD 



t PINE nvE-ROOMEl) BUNQALOW 
-> with two sood bedrooms, eonertte 
? -ndatiorj. tu iwiB t . beb-*tr fumai 
N.ar car Una aa« haaeh. 
Prla 



BEAtrriPVL 



• lai'-d witbla tba 



JMloBINO HOMB— Tbraa imm^, kaJ 
water baatine Splendid TrnMndT ffl 

<>• a lueals cottaaa. TbU pr,;jr,, 
-ml aacladad with a maemflcein m.^^ 

;u:iMi2aii°n ""k"' " .nd r'^s: 



dutriat, 



PKICE ^1 1 .(MM) 



$2500 



M aait. 



$1500 



COSY Hom 

BtmOALOW contaiBlna BTa 

rooms, two badroonia. aood 
I basement and furnace, gas t»*)it<kik 
Oarasa. Price 4PO0UU 



A NICE 
-'X. bright 



WOOD ill town 
TRY IT 

YOOBOU AMD OOWICHAJN fresh water 
^^•Md (tU alBsa. aaxad). ts.oo per cord. 
}mI4» dry. M par eartl. Pbeoa saea fram 
t am to 10 p-BL 



tt"^ .rA CORD— BEFT nit roRriwooD, 
nr^.'IU STOVB LKNiilll^j 

PHONr: A V< )V\ ! 



TiraoTEssioNAi, oikectoav 



At't'iioNteii 

a UePHERSON. CITY AUCTTON 
Mart — eales i.< -ed iv^' sra. 
Pboaa SSWLl. 



A. 



muiAM 

OaawtoMljr 



•t.MI 
VlBtarla. 



vto. 



TFIUCK SPECIALS 
Ton ORAHAM WITH STAKE 
This truck Is In excapUoiially 
(ood eonditlaik bavins boM complal^ly 
ovarhaulad. 

rpWO-TON NATIONAL AT A SACRIPICB. 
BELL MOTORS. LTD. 

Mack-Daalef»-«ao 

1321 Quadra Straat^ Phane mi 



ii WAsnu to BiNT-aousn 



•1A 



PVRNIBRO 



pX)VR OR PIVS-ROOMEO SUMOALOW. 
X or part al hoimr. (uralMed. ■saMl' 
malt distilct. by reliable tenaata (aoMul* 
dreni Box 384t. Colonist. 

\\ ANTED Tu RENT-SMALL MOU8B M 
_^J_Oak Bay district. Box »4M . COlonlil' 

VtrANTBO BT OOTOBBR 1— PtmNMHW 

JLLf'JSSi"' houte. aloaa in, 

PMM TtttU altar i p.m. 



•7R 



iiKPiiBNianeit 



S^-'^t .''OD*"? «608B. UNPUR- 



Blahad: 
OeimisL 



NevaaiMr ti m. 



SJTI'DBBARBR Itn DICTATOR BEOAN. 
•■^ In »ery goad shape: two ipare Ures; 
privately owned Would welcome Inspaotlon 
by_flret elaas aiaebanic. Priea |7ts. Bos 



8AT1VTINO 8K»TI0« BT 
OnTINO AN 

■. A. aAVab LTD, 0A» 

1 0^7 COUPB-A Bpaelal Blx In 

excellent condition. Pitted with 
dickey Best and complete O 
egulpmrnt . •IrOOU 

1 (i'H\ WHIPPET • 4 • ROAlxTfER -Has 

■*.Omt%/ done only a small mtieaie and it 
at seed as mw. Bport type with dickey 

"";.'S?i5S?Uo HmK*''** 

AaaortBMBt M Othars. 

It. A. DAVIE. LTIX 

fMLaaahUB-Buick and MarMotto Oars 
a^C. TsMka 

m Yatw Bt Ml jMiaaM at 



1 -TRIPLEX aoraa. 

i-- hood. 
O — OUB8T 



O -APARTMWT aUKK. 



■lah-eiaaB. bUmisIb. 

raip 



4. 



BOOT ft MAJtUR 
BarMatars. Ballcltegs. Netartaa. BU. 
Membars ot Manitoba. Alberia aad Brltlsb 

Columbia Bars. Phone lU. 
Bank of Nova .s. ni » m^, . viaMsta> S.O. 



1 UtUUt-a.lCTUBS 



PINE NEW 8TUOOO mmuMo. 
altuaipi ,n quarter aera. high 

Bteuud. atuddril wlih oak.s ■iiil't 

aarrauitdinst i;, r<rt'i<"<r, .,, . 

well built, coiii«:in five i.ionis an 
ground door, with space in atuc for 
two more. Large living lonm with 
ttraplaea. hardwood floats, h .< »,t' 
Ig a WBS Hie Duteb kltch^ 
•1«9B: the buUt-ln labor-sa > ni .: 
\ !i-e,i Mil. limy ciii>board<i. bin-. . t, 

"I' " ' .rSl iiig ,,,^1 of the IISU«. ^i 

Mijuld ;uai see Hu* kitchen. The 
land baa a eraOa alaM. Meal for 

-*"'kMMe^t iSe'iMBM?'' ^ 

prMs s( $6S00 



OOROB DISTUOT 

t^IVE-ROOM BUNOALOW. extrs large 
rooms and substantially buill. in 
vary fair shape TWO LOTS, garase. 
Near car and waUr. To ttORAA 

close astata, prlca V*KKIU 

Termt. |»oo down, bslanee Matbly 



PAIRPIELD 

T NIW FRAME AND 

. . --roomed dwelling. Three 

good OcdroMB*. open Snplaoaa: bardwoo<: 
noors in livtne-roomg; buUTTn faature» 
PuU alaed cement baaaoMnt hot air lur- 

WITHIN CITY LIMITS 

MU8T BB BOLD— PULLY ••thnishf;) 
y PINB MMB-JtOOMED Hoi :(1 I ir 

^ or five bedrooasg^ epo 
ill ceaant baaaoMat. tefaa 
lot. Taragg. Priee ealy 

nMBBRTON Jfc BON 
tu fvtt Btraat 



lion to iirw faly by 



appotntBMBta 



5XR di BTSl'HENSON. LTD. 

Baal Batata. 
PlaaaeMI aai 



W J OnXILAND A CO. 

- s'fwt Pboaa tsaa 

^; ;: M i ( I ; " , ."isi;. «" 

" *»•• In aplendid 

full eanent basement, 
large veranda, large haU. 

cxlia t<Me li\:nn room with fireplace. niM 
dim,,,. room, breakfast room, den with fire- 
place, kitchen, " 



rondilh ; 
furnace. 



^x,> 1 "«*'!'•• bedrooms 

»llli large eloaats. aSMrala bath and 
toilet. This la miiMta^lNS 
taomag. cloae scboMaM sat, 

your Inipertlon. 



BO. 



LAND* 
AOHMOT. LTD. 

Btreet 



•too 



■■OWIMb 00.. LTD. 

"tU-. YlatoHa, B e 



7t BOAn AND LAtJNCBKS 



IjHJR BALB-JOHNBOM BAOIIIO 
*• Mr. J. o. Wboalar. MMY. 



PXJR BALE OB TRADB - A 43.POOT 
X- cruiser, with S9 h.p. heavy duty en. 
sine, electric llabt and toUet: a bartala 
1773 Rosa Street. 



$800 



a I ARINE SERVICE STATION - HOME 
A'A gaaoliiie and kerosaoa. Home Oietel 
fuel and Eastern lubrlcatlne olla Ooa- 
venienUy located at our arbarl en Indus- 

u rJ "••t"^- •^*'» JbbBson Btraat 
Bridge Walter Walker * Beaa. Ltd.- "A 
l^uel (or Every Purpose." PiMBes IM MIT 



McARTHtTR. OBIROPRAO. 

TOR. 117 PEMBERT' I! :LD1N0 
PHOHBB: OPPICE 34M, RK: FN. s SOUL. 
PALMBR aOHOOL ORADUAIE. 

CHIBOPODIiT 

MRS.. BAWODl. racUUrad. eolaMtMed 
here since 1913: blablp successful m 
treatlaa corns, bunloosb laatowtnn naiia 
aos OaapMU Bids. Phoua 344 4 

fBWWr BTTOBMIYl 

WO. WARNER. REUISTBMb PATENT 
• attorney. tl» Central Bids.. Victoria. 



OtTBOPATBIO PHYSICIAN 

DR. VBRNON a TAYLOR, 
tared and llrenaad. 40«-7-t Belmont 
Building, phone 3844. 



NEW CLINKER-BUILT OEOAH 
botis. tlO up Lindsay Boat 
S43 Powell Street. Vancouver. 



BITTER CARS AT LBBH 
VALUES THAT COUNT 



Ibf flWL "A ' 
SUMMI 

M 



•aea»a«BiBe»Seac ' 



•A- 

0RA«ni . 



STAR 
BBDAN ..y 



TO 



\ir ANTED 

»v houac. teven rooms 
wUI pay 1)0 



RENT — UNPURNIBHEU 

In sood loralliy. i 
Phane 617. I 



YV*''T«D TO RENT POIl ONE YEAr". 
L^ll^ Novembar I, by raliabia family. 



modem (preferably nswi house of t-t 

^ 

ColBhltl. 

t»^ANTEI>- WE HAVE A I AROE NUM^ 
J V bar of cilenia wtniins to rent hous«s 
We w'll be plessed to hsvs your llstlnas of 
hou'p.'i to rent snd will cive best attention 
to piaclnr i.heni al tlie earliest poaglble 
r .>..ie-ii w .) ( ,(1 * ( ,, Phona SS03. 

or TEN- 

housea in all 
with III lor im- 
f .11 8ont 
I, .'.1,1 1076 



\\;fc HAVE A WAITINU US 

* V ante for nafurnlshed 
parts of the city Lint w 

niertlair r««uli» p R 
1 1.1 M 13 RroBfl Htreei 



$495 

$375 

uiry 

CHBVaOLBT «^ 1 1 1 1 

8VMM <9>Ll\) 

F^TOURINO $11)5 

C1HBVHOLBT fti AC 

^ TOOHIMO 9luD 



HATIOMAL MOTOR COMPANY 
LIMITED 



PboM MM 



•lO TaUi street 

Omb Hveolnst 



•1 



stJMMEB muomn 



MA 



w^^ev ^^M <0^ rf^ i ^aaJ > nn n. m 

MM ANa OAHPRITNa 



ClHAWNIOAN BPECiAi^is loTR with 
•alerfrOntaga on sheltered bar cl<>** 
iBBew West Rr-td now nesring compla- 
tMB: chiiire location for camp or pcrm.t- 
aent country home, make ideal nalurel 

f>ara; aplandld view, good (Ishina and 
luntlns: aa hour'a drlva to city. Snap 
giea. MM T. P. MeOaaaBll. PektanS^ 



TODAY S BHBT BUY 
PLIIdLBY— 

1937 (Latei CHEVROLNT 
LANDAU BBDAN 



$575 



QTNMI OOOD SOYN 



DOOOB TOOIIINO. 

INO ......>......, 



•i fO PLTBt AN D UVB8T0CK 
^tuTBi AND avppLmr 

-1 (t NIC8 RHODE IkLAND PULLETS^ 
^J'\}} hatched. 11.40 each, datlvarad 
3107 B helbotima Street. Phone 413 

•)<kil PULLBTB io5 
-VA; on tjs MP. SLtli 
W CockanHk 
Lake Hill. 

"V'OUNO BROOD 
1 Wyandotte pullets. 



BALA. COMING 
IN M ll.ae. L. 
HM Oaadra. 



4B37R1 

tm 



sow. 14 LATINO 

ftO capons. Phona 



■OBSBB 



NASH 

lets 



$485 

$S85 



St 

onSVaoc 



OMtTl 



IMT PONTIAO LANDAU 
•BDAN 



in« CRCVROLXT 

COUPE 

tM« CHBVROLBT 
TOinUNO 



•aaaaaaaa*. 



MM 



HOTAL 



••svasatB 



1934 E.<WEX 
COACH . . 



$195 
$95 
$150 
$495 
$2.35 



POR BALE 

POWBR CRUtBXR. U ft I Ina. by ■ ft. 
a. 0 Ins.. with heavy duty Union marlM 
anslne. 3 cvllndrrs. lO-h p . Atwater KMt 
Isnitlon snd mechanlcsl oiler Toilet sM 
wanhrooTi forward: cabin (ull bSadroOCl. 
i«r, b rth« engine-room with one bartb. 
C(>.Kpu covered with slaas 
Anetaer. chain, ropat. etc. 

•» 



•IT 



wtadsbleid. 

$1200 

WALTBR ADAM* 

pbsM mi 



Open XvenlMS 



A W CARTHH, UMITED 

•SI Yates street Pttrae tM 



JAMESON MOTORS. LTD, 
Buy your car irom a reputable Srak 
Mbmom's Used Cars Are Better aad 

Cott Lets. 

8XB OUR WEEKLY 8PECIAI.8I 
740 B roughton Street Phone 3349 

OUR SPECIAL TOR TTiTs WEEK'IS'a" 
1^^*>J _ STUDEBAKER COMtlANpER 

aatae, 

la city 



ROWBOAT — 14-PT , CLINKER BUILT, 
copper fattened, two pain oars, 
anchor and chain: 140 for ealeb gale WUl 
alto sell Evlnrude If raqulrad, PheM >MI. 

KOW BOATS POR SALB.^AUK>BT NBwT 
One 13 ft . 4 ft. • In. eaalre plat*, 
oopper fastened. ISO or cloae offer. One 
13 X 4 ft , varnished rowbost. |4'i or clos* 
offer. One ftat bottom boat. »5. Baals suit 
outbotrds. Ling. Deep Cove 

SNAPPY 31-rr RUNABOUT. BtllLT 
last year Pour-cylinder Unlvaraal 
PlaxKorm motor; canplate with ••ft 



MTOCXCHANGB. KIAL ESTATE 

B'^«SNABf,^Bfc*'^8ALB OR UOHANO& 
m acres: nearly new. up-to-d«ic 



'IMmad bunsalow. electric light. ga.> 
batb. toilet, cement bascmenu (urnace 
Oaraaa. Oood garden, (rulU tUrse and 
email), poultry house 800 biNta. floss eat 
Une, near Central Park. Bae'iaaH fU 
larecr modem houaa, witb BareMo. ate , 
op to M acraa, sood locaUty aad altuatlon 
aiiywbere. VaMouver lalaad prgferanca 
P O Bm MT. Mew Weetmlnatrr. B O. 



EXCRANOH — ONX ACRE WATXR 
froBtara. suit Prairie man, for smaU 
bouse. Box MTd. Oolealst. 



W. a. 



(ill.l.II.AND tc CO.'S 
E.XCUANOE8 
/ JORGE DISTRICT -Six room houce. ful 
basement, sarase. Owner wanta small 

house In " 

aauat escaaaM la bbM Mur-rBom bua. 



MAP.INB CNUINB ^UTMIS 

q>HE PAMnUS KERMATH MARINE 
1 r.r.aiNEf. I to t cyllndcrt. | 
Ma horirpower. 

JAME80N MOTUR.1. LTD 
Pbrae S>40 740 Breughton St. 

Bala Olatrlbutors for Vancouver Island 



In Bart MrasMt or asMbt 
escaaaM la teM fMr-i* 

gslow 

I ANOrORD ACREAOE with brick bttB- 
-k-^ galow. Owtwr wants home In the city. 
Thii u an attraetlve home and well worth 
the price aeked. Ideal eblcKen rsnch 
filX-ROOM BOMB m PAIR PIELD— Just 
been deeDraled, aad te sood oondlUeti 
Owner wants foar-rooa bBMBlaw for bta- 
self aad wife. 
Phono 889 3 

A 'ANCOUVBB ROUSE 
» rented Fxchanir 



property. Phr 



RIOHT ROOMS. 

Inr Vl'-t.irl« rlly 



ORAHAM PAIOE COUPE. 

loss 



$850 

oiwmoLBT 4-PAsa. coupB. 11235 

MANY OmWi 
ASK ANY PUMLBY UMD OAR OWMM" 



THOMAS PLTMLEY 

BstoblUhed IMS 

Yatoa MroM 



six Sedan with new car suar- 

1 f t()Q CRaVRdLit UkidSt' 

X i/— O puiiy tMraatoa*. w. < » - 

Like new y^' ^' > 

ROi-ARROW 'Ftar.Pasaanser 
oria OoBpa. MHUPC 

te ed 9UV 0 

1 rtOf ; RtrOAoN Mvea-Paasenser Sedan 
' PuJiy gparaataed. ©Xltr 

l or only . 9i)U O 

JaMESON^MOtors.^ LTD. ' ' 
740 Broughton Street 



1f)»)q dRAHAM-PAIOE. MODEL 0-13. 
X.r^t' 4 -door sedan: very low mllase* 
and equipped with a complete aet of new 
tirea The paint and upholstery are In Al 

ttSa •15* «•'<> a new ear. 

PrlsM tor aalek tale at UMO. 



WANT OdOO ROWaOAf. SUITABLE 
Bvi nrado. Phone M17L, 

\Y^E8T OOAST TROiIaI — St PT x 
' » S ft. • tn. Thontycroft ansina. All 
ready for tea. This boat only needs saelns 

to appreciate vklue. Owner returning to 
England 11.300 Ling. Deep Cove. 



Kl'-tn ■VINRUDB POLD-LlTB TWIN. 
LtfUXt tiso. Phona S«S7 



H P TWO-CYLINDER r^vn ' YCLE 
launch eniine for stie. In n'ci.t run- 
nins order. Apply Armstiena Bros.. 134 



8 



IS BOUSES FOR SALE 

A OOQO CHANCE TO OWN A NIOB 
home. Bmall payment down, balance 
as rent to reliable party, tl.900 Box 3004. 
I Coloalst. 

j f 408Y bunoXl'ow TTaroe roomsTT 

' ^ piece bathroom. pantry. earaee; 
I tl.5O0 ca sh. 3044 M lllerove Btreet. 

/ ' UOIC8 WATBRPRONT ~HO»«. ^foU 
V beach — Two of the bent iot« on Saan- 
leh Arm. Very cosy bunsalou. two bed. 
Ilvlne-room. open fireplace, kitchen; elec- 
tric light, phone: lodge, garaee and work- 
sliop: also anather big bulldinc en prop- 
erty that could be ranted. Splendid topply 
of water. 14.000. Bex ItOO. Colonist. 

I710UR - ROOM MODaRN ' 
tl.300: 1100 cash 
ply 1407 Lang street. 



n BOEINCT g DIBICTOBT 

AUTOBAOUtOatS AND rCNDERB 

A UTO RADUTOR. aOOY 

Specialists. Wi 
be excelled. 

BtntOF'<s b: 

1300 Qnadra ."iireai 




DBRN OOTTAOB, 
ti» per asMtfe. Ap- 



IjlOR SALE 
structed. 
Gorge diatrlft, 
transportation, 
phona 494aR. 



A NEW. WELL CON- 

modern stucco bunsalow, 
MBfvalMt to ssbMl and 
Olaar Utiaw Apply awMr, 



tJBAUTIPOL HOME AT A BACRIPTCE- 

» TM. beau'lful home in one of Vic- 
toria s aelect lesldeniial di.irlets. situated 
on high ground and commanding a won- 
derful view. Is located on about IW acre, 
of ground, surrounded with oaks snd sn 
exceptionally lald-otit garden Ttie house 
consists of (Ivs rooms downstairs, (our 
with open fireplaces and the bast of hard- 
wood floors. There Is a llvms-reom, Ma 
,' and library, dining-room and kitchen a 
large entrance hall with beautifully 
paneled walla T.rrr ,.re five large bed- 
roomg with sleeping porches, two very fine 
large bathrooms with Uled walls and floorg 
and the most modern fittings Installed 
There are servants' - quarters, billiard 
room, extra toUeu aad washroom, hot 
water heatlnf. Large spacious verandas 
and absolute privacy Two-car garage. Wa 
will bi» pleased to take anyone over by 
appointment For further particulars, 
price, etc , phone us 

T^IVE-ROOMED BUNGALOW — Llvlng- 

A room with open flreplaee. bullt.in 
bookeatag and window geat: kitchen and 
two badroomg with bathroom between. 
PttU-tlged cement baseoirnt viih laundry 
tubs and furnace: garage Garden in rotes 
and other (lowert of all kinds At prenent 
thu home It vacant and Is a real snap 
at the prlca. Terms can be ■ MQ/wi4\ 
arranaed. Price #DUUU 

OILLESPIE. HART St CO. LTD. 

EAUTIPUL LANOPORO LAKE — ON 
oast elda. near sUtMa, pretty four- 
roomed bungalow and sIseplnB veraada, 
water laid on: phona aa4 UWt. In Al 
oamdition. Partly fuHMgia, tSikg UJM. 
Bassbawe A Co. 



RBDUOBD To 11,360 

A" ICE THREE ROOMED- BUNGALOW 
-^^ with flreplaee. baaemant. fuU plumb- 
IM. SUndlns on sood sarden lot. Low 
taxes. Ptve minutcg to Oak Bay car. See 
us at once or you vUt M tM MM. 

HOLLYWOOD 0RB8CBNT DISTRICT 

CjIX-ROOMBD BUNOALOW. eontalnlas 
flreplaee. fuU cement baeemeat, hot air 
furnace. OoM alsed lot. Pine view of Ibe 

$2<)00 

Tsims caa ta arraaaod. 

iBUnOD OARMIOBABL * CO.. LTD. 
IBM aiM < StraM Pbene MOO 



RBUABLE PEOPLa 
$'*'*"»() DOWN, balance as rent. 

^— Madera »ix- roomed jicMr- 

— c oae in. eaeellent condition clear 
Vacsnt. 

PPKH— Pour-roomed bun. 
reeulrea repairs), near 



lerv 
title 



*w";n OR on 

..low I 

two-mile circle 
/ \AK BAY— seven-roomad home to ex 

'O""" ^r "ve roomed Sm—. 

la Oak Bay 



«»S Yates Street 



PATTERSON REALTY 



Phone tn 



NORTH QUADRA HEIOHTS SPEOIMt 

$2300 ■'iJ'* * IL*^ POUR-ROOMtD 
modern bunsalow Nice frMS 

I^fr, "'wJS-S^ *wo b2drcl.m. 

k'!'" »-P'»e» bathrooi fSI 

alsa baaament, sarase. This home wlU sooa 
so. Terms can be arranged Por appoint. 

ment PhoneJI3MXl^Baanlch_Realty O^^^^ 

BUYS WORTH INVESTIGATINQ 

$3500 Moyra^ SM 



/^OWIOHAN 

V.> frs.ne . ■ 



r\Ppi TO THE PUBUO IPsai I p m to 
^ 6 p m Wadnaaday, September 17 This 
beautiful heme. Jutt completed by H R 
Brown, eontraetor. aoss Orsniu Street, 
Oak Bay. This buaaalow hM maar special 
fee I urea new to Victoria. Washable wall 
flnlshes m Spantth itlpple and Tiffany 
■•-J.-^ '««'ures in tUlBB of bath 

aadkltehen; algo tile effeete eaMwlaoeg 
OocontM by a ProatM * MaT 



70 



l&O ft , 



large .iittii 
bathroom 
It. 



n. toil 
WtM 



rytK BAY LOT-Lot . „ . 

aad SB btts route. M^e/i 
A saarlBee at $750 

T^'^AIRPIELD— Larse aix-room iiucee bun- 
^ galow. Includes sunroom. two mora 
bedrooms poaaibla up, oak floors In hall 
BBS again rooms: sarass in «kti*yf\f\ 

bassmeat: hot sir furnace ^0»5l/U 

TTIOH UP AMONOST OAKS-Close to 
a A Y — WXLL-BUILT -•-■^ ktreat car. magnlflceni vlewn over 
-■•o house containing 'f" 'urrounding connlrv Kislit mom 

■ ichen. one bedroom, J «eml-bun«Blow . iiu ludlnt Isundry 



water bMtaC NiM 

vatlOB. 

^^inO^I-"""***"*''^- 0*k Bay dla- 

♦«i>m»V trtct. Pive nice roema^ full 
(urnace. A bsiaalB. 

NBW aiUUUO aVHOASOW. 
Oak floors, open SreriiBMl fak 

• This la eaah — "- 



bisement. 

$2S(M). 

cement baaemrnt 

fltSJ^tft-**^*" "'"NOALOW. Six raomt 
V^-t^JMXf on tround floqr. three up. Clear 
wiuinc to ^Ive eaty rental 



W iround floi 
tlUe. Owaer 
trrms. 



three up. Clear 



WE HAVE MANY OTHER OOOD BUYH 
U X A T H 



X. E. 

•33 Yates BtroM 



Phone n 



A GENUINE SNAP 
REVENUE PRODU 

mm ■ ' 

fully modern home Ctn ba 
Into duplex house with very 
tmall expenditure: all been newly deeOTBtM 
and painted, sranlte foundation: basemeat. 
furnace, sarase and new chlekan bouses 
for 700 birde. The price Includes tOO 
recleured Mftb. Pamlly afairs eomael 



vJ-nooM 

O made 



t^iJei. large. hIsb-calUas basa- 
wouM make tbrae sood 
manda. eommsndlaa eeod 
vietr. Xxeellent water aupply. Standlns in 
Cra Mrat. wide aeafrmt, very sood anchor- 
MS. Spiaadid SOIL rrlce t*M9 for a 
eulek aale. 

a wALUoa 

Real lotoU and Insuraaea As«eb 
Oowiebaa sutlea. axi. 

rilVE-ROOM MODERN~RTUCCO~iuiir 



room, four bedrooms, hot water heat 
Mneet of bardware ptaablns «n.i iMat«: 

rtLr^.U'rn^^ $iLooo 



r< 



galow —Situated on two acres within 
the three-mile circle. Prlca ta.OOO for qaiek 



TWO SPLENDID BUYS 

T^-IITB-ROOM NEW BTUCOO BXHIOALOW, 
■P excellent design, hardwood floors, fnr- 
naeg, (ull cement batement. one block 
'rem tea and car. Compare this with any 
ether baaaalMr batora baylas. * MJT5. 
Tanas. 

(^BVXN-ROOM DOME WITH POUR BED- 
^ reomt. We ean recommend this aa a 



MARA. JONXS 

Establl 
1313 Broad Street 



CO.. LIMITED 

Phone IM 



tnap at 13,000. Terms, 

oooiHAaa, waas * cumaxjuiD. 



IK PsmbertM BMs.s • 



XMCB POUR.aoOMBD BUNOALOW, 
-^^ furnished or uafnmlghed. Juct aut- 
side elty limits. Box IBM. Oelenlst. 



aaiCH AND CEMBNT 



C^mMNBTB. 
J datlsni). 



Ul« 



BALaa a 

Mroet 



ivica 

Phone •]» 



IpOR BALa-HORBB. 
brMe to hdmaa-- -4 
saMle. p. Snider 



« YRARS 



OLD. 

er 



_ _ I TRADB OR 

aetark Obpop aaad. sapMite 



aaAL VALVM 

PONTIAO oosca. la 

coodiUoa. A ml 



excellfnt 



liATTLS 



HOLSTXTN liriPER CALP 
Manor llouae 



^•■anlch 
SHORTHORN ~AND 



aacppARo, 



rnwaLVE shorthorn and pollm) 

■a milch cows. Brat and taedod ealf : aaiM. 
easy mlikersi alM tea pist. Mm mb£ 
•W Oeoree ImSs^ SldiTay ^ 



K ORAOB 

very soM stn^v 
twt. auieraat 



Sidney 

JBRSBY HEIPER8 PROU 
V prodii9*ra. blah 



1007 

buy at $i>Ui) 

1ftV7 ''ONTIAC 4 DOOR SEDAN, paint. 
X4/^i tiraa. motor aad every- ia/«*'/k 
thing Al A real batvala at. .. iK^'Hl 
jn«>Q PONTIAO 4-DOOR SEDAN, eoed 
I ./-O as new Had the best 

91 Jit 

McRAE. MUfRAM MOTORS. LTD 
SM Tatee. Opoa Evenlnga PbesM IMI 



siiaii,r 



L^«OR SALB 



M.D. I, UBBMn 
OXPORO- 



12 !rSr^,.-rh'-rr'f^rm«^f;°; 

supp led for immediate ril.po-.l can 
sunrlv .unable ram lo breed AddIv i2 
Whltnay-o rlffltha Bros . R.R 1. VlSUrl^ 
Phoae aalMMt 37L or •7P 

«tp 

i iRBBAPRAXa aAT RTrRIEVBRTtlPPT 
1 'W M>«. BjBle. two menthe eM. SM 
P W. daP Tarler. Booke ^ 

l^-'INK HRALTRT B OOT flBa TBRRIBlk 



pwrpita 



WB BBI.IEVE THESE CARS TO RB 
TRB a«ST Y ALOa OIIRNI 
IN TOWN 

1833 IX3IXIE TOURINO, lleoaee. eoed 
tire I and In splendid ifrfkC* 
mechanical condition, sl 'i^ 

IS»7 ESSEX SEDAN, only had on* 
owner and kept In the very best 
roiidiiiAi, Tires, curtain*, paint 
end motor »1U saUsfy •Xu;; 



A USED CAR 
IS ONLY AS OOOD AS TRB DBALBR 
WHO SBLLB IT 

1 r)<)~ DODOE BROS' COUPE -Motor 
1 .1 juM rebored and new pistons In- 
stalled. Equipped with four new balloon 
ttrat. hat diae wboals. ats. Hero le M> 
pendable tranaportatlM for you. and our 
price Is right 

1 nOI OVERLAND ■ 4" TOURINO - A 

Xa/«l.ear that has been run very little 

In new ear oaadlUeit. Nm Bee new tirat, 

sood tM. apbalator* aaS alM »tK 

cartaMs. 

Opra BeaalBBa 

A. a aoMPHaaN motorb. ltd. 

m Yates MfMt PhBite m 



floors 



(8PBOIAL 
eement Sidewalftg. baaemaat 



BtJlLpSRS AND CAEPKn 

Anvtrino in Bfm,nTNn o 
PbBM 1T»3 

TblrkeU. 



T. 



OAK BAY-EXBCirrORS- BALE. BBAU- 
tiful 4- room residence, ehetea ahrubg 
and frn.t tree*, close school, aaa aad ear. 
Sacrince tS.OOO No agenta Phone IIM 

SEVEN ROOM HOUSE. CLOBR IN: OOOD 
tourist caaSP BP s«ss4aisai ate* 

397^ Oolasilst. 



SNAP POR A FEW DA YB— SIX-ROOM 
house. 1833 Hillside Avenue Owner 



aavi 



WaOLBSALB 



WHOLESALE DRYOOODS — TURNER. 
Beeton * Co.. Ltd . wholeaala dry* 
seeds imporMrs and manufacturera Mea's 
twBisMasai teats. '31b Hera" Braad 
ifclrts. eeetallB. MaU arZere attaaMd ta. 



-wMBRR aanaa oAai oort 

MOToa aoOM (Victoria). LTD. 

444 



1928 

CM rated. 
Street^ 

1920 



ESSEX SBDAN. IN BXOBLLBNT 
.ties,, jrl^t^ mjTySS 



PORD DELIVERY TRUCK. IM. 
Bboal Bay Grocery. 

MANTan 



Ana YBAMINO 



TOBBPa aaMRT. ltd.. iMt wuAitp 

*J'pS|9|M JM auperior Street 1 pbooes 



111 



Bltd machinery BMetas 



at house 



OEVEN-ROOMEO HOUSE. COMPLETELY 

»o teneeated. aaor tsrwa. lauaeaute oe- 

cupaney. AMiy Owner. Beit ttri. Celeiilst. 

VICTORIA WEST 
overlooking water 
saraae: 
Trr^R. 

TSA 



I3.S00 or 



PIVE-ROOH HOME, 
cement basement, 
nearest offer. Phone 



AOENTS' orrrai 



A" 
p 



I>RIVATE tiTATT'lNXm, 
any de..isii . r cOlM. 
Oommerciai Pi n 



BtAvtomat 



r>epf 



IN 

The Oolealst 

P'nr. ISt. 



PLooK starAci.Nu 



IP YOU HAVB A OAR AND NEED CASH, 
to* Cameron. 814 Government 8tr*«t 
Empre^^ 'larace 

I rsn> cAR« souoar and sx^ 
< abaaaM Mass»rs IMtM Oa. IM. 



1923 




u 



AUTUMOBILES 



M>a asLB 



MAL aOYa IN LATE MOOM. OSBD 
TRUCKS 
OMC IVt-TOH. NBW PNEU- 

2l!IV*' **U"»«5 BUver Quean," tn good 
sbape. a barsain. I3t0: IS33 Diamcnd t 

tKtlTJJI!;,'";. McDonald truck. J-ton. 
wiiB practically new tlrat. wUl earrv is 
ton. toywbert. (IMi MM (MaesM^ l.t^ 
with Uoenoa. MM WttT mSS 
trucks wa give a written euarantea^ind 
any worn or defective pam re- 
free i»?g Eaaex Comch, In A I 
JMs ^ I'lita for au mahae al 

M. » CI.ARKJt OARAOB 

Ml View Btraat ^ 

ESSEX OOACII.'lN ^odoTMi 
chanteal coadltlwi w(tb Mm* 

atlrwir. 

SjJ?-«'*V!2^--?^.> wr toM aaa- 



m BUMNBSS oproBTUNims 



4 REAL OPPORTTTNTTT TO STEP INTO 
^.k"..*"' eonffctlonery butincia, 

with living quarters, iecated In bualeat 
part of James Bay dlatrlct, far faU par 

btreat. Phoae Pf». 



fsa Po«'"BweM°''°''* '^^"^ °^ 
TtsMrtsrS*%sa«iaf Ptoor BM^!ts^ 



737; 



OM Soars fMae a tM witb olMtrM amcbi 



PURNITVBB MOYtNO 



ABOUT n 
Inc. sh ri • 
Storsg<i Oo , Ltd 
utorv 
poiBte 



I'K MOVING. PACK- 

itorase, eee Lamb 
forwardesa aa4 Slairia. 

Cut rate, on . fregtls fcSMIB 
Ofltco r — 



JKT. 



UTROORAPBlRa 

J^ITHOORAPHING 



I rHOORAPniNO. 



TP YOU ARB LOOKiA POR A REAL 
A sood ittpl* and fancy grocery buslneaa. 
situated near good Indiiatrlal dutrlci. hera 
II M Bee u« St once Christy. Hall «$ Co. 
Lid Port Btreet Phone 375 



VirT<.RIA .«« Ry«T MONPY Milk 



- - - . — ..mER 
TP Yoi HAvr IV coo CA.-^lt. I CAN OF 
* fer »,Mi nn« of ihe Oneat apartment 
nou»et in Central Victoria. Inelai 
Jngla and heueakeaplne aceemi, 
week contains forty rooms and Is eon- 
ataaUy tenanted Hat a very moderau 
raaUI. covered by a lone lease The con- 
tent* sre In excellent condition and the 
interior haa been recently redecnraUd 
Thi« very desirable busliMaa provM., „, 



large and nothlne 'nn mi r 
ery is your advant'- a«rni 
unoaBBiM west of Torooio 
PrlatMS « 



vaur atatioo. 
Our work le 
Tbe Colooiat 



MULTIORAPaiNO. 



MAIUNO. AODRSaSINa. rYPT> 
Holbna, ISIS Brood St , phon. 



UPLANDS 
OPPORTUNITY pre.ienl.'i llnelf to 
purchase a vary comloruble nlne- 
eaom houta with beautiful rrounds, laid 
out with expenalve ahrubg. fruit trees, 
tennia court, croquet lawn, etc The 
loeatlon is ideal, on a corner with 
SOUTHEAST expoture. Insuring mnximuin 
of sunshine, and yet Is well protected 
from the sea winds 

The residence u solidly constructed «nd 
tery wall deslsned. bavins ball. Ilvlaa. 
dining, den and kitchen on main floor: 
flva bedroema upstairs, and a bathroom 
en aaeh floor. Hot-water heatins. two car 
'^J^t^P^ ereenbouta, complaU this prop- 

direct. m wa BB 

THE ROYAL TKmnT OOMPANY 

Real Etuu OepartBMat 
aalm ent Heaee Victoria 

A lOVELY COtlVTRY HOME. JU8T OPP 
'V Wilkinson Bosrt k;i room hiincalow 
modern plumbing, hardwood f * 
Slasa wlndewa: furaaee: ear. 
beuiee. fruit treea. A saap a 
'very easy termt) 



BRAND NBW BUNOALOWB 

N THE BEST RESIDENTIAL LOCALI- 
TIE9. (our. five, tlx and seven rooms. 
Some moat attractive propositions, prices 
from 13.000 up We will be pteeted to 
ehow any of thcs* to a prospeetive cus- 
withnut nbliratlon. 

ROBERT ORUBB * CO. 
1113 Oovernmeat Btreet. 



CHOICE HOME SNAP 

T OCATION— Hish. eulcU exclusive: lot 

tj^tix."* MMi Mb tr-a M Ml. 

( lONBTRUOTION— Tbe ho«se is practl- 
^ eally new: Is gubguatlally built with 
stuccoed exterior the Interior Is well fln- 
lr.hed in every *sy. having a hot-water 
heating plant, oak floors. laauHeaa ptamb- 

io'arSTMi- 

A COOMMODAYIOIf-^PWI bggement . Mi 
■'•I fruit room aiM laaaSry trays. On the 
nialn floor a larire well lighted drawins- 
room with .Gunroom en suite, the dlnmt- 
room. cosy breakfast room, well-equipped 
kitchen convenient toilet and washroom 
On the upper floor thfra are four large 

stuaeoed saraae. 

•pai Pa ~Tbe owaer'B gUtement to us is: 
"I am Uatlu tbU house at tlO.SOO, 
but as I am soliic to sell it immedlBtety. 
I am open fer an oBer." Terms. 
rpHlS tfl AN OPPORTUNITY to gecura a 
I delightful, modern home In an excep- 
tionally ehotoe location, for a price war 
M«a balBw east. OaaM M aaB sm as 

BbBM H. -s wssB aaa Bg 

ROYAL REALTY COMPANY 
130 Pembcrton Bids. Phaoa tdit 



PAIRPIELD OVnUOT 
To coattaotora 

SPBOIAL SNAP to a OfealM #OOR 
kaMlas ML M s IM. OalT.. $o25 

aaaoiMALT munioipality 

OmbMs BMP. Why My rent? 
pOUR-ROOMaa aOMOALOW with all 
X modem coni MI SMtS. Basement, hish 
elevation; averase giM M. QhSlSS locatl.m 
close to the park. t«M easfe ibva. balance 
on monthly payments. 0-< tl/k/\ 

Price, only JUU 

FOUL BAY WATERPRoNTAGE BARGAIN 

A wonderful view o( the sea 
X'EW tXJUR -ROOMED COTTAGE. JuSt 
-^^ completed. Lnrge livins room with 
open flreplaee. two nnull bedrooms and 
larsr kitchen. Bathroom, plumblns. septic 
Unk sad wiring to be inatallad by the 
purehaser. Cottage plastered throughout 
Only tSOO cash down, balance dbi "^T 
M reasonable terma. Price ^ t) 

Oar MW pbene number afur QsloMl 1 
will be Empire ntl 

H a DALBY M CO., LTD. 
M4 View SUcet Opposite Spencer's 



OAK BAY 

"V'EW ktucco bunsalow in Oak Bay; hart* 

-i^ wood floorR rrment hasemenf. funtSM 



DID IT Bvaa OCCUR to you 

rimAT A BAROAIN once sou Is ens less 
.A- to ba had? 80 hurry up Bad set thu 
three-roomed moderq bouee with basemen t 

'rea "f'* $1350 
Rash to the phone, call I74S. and we will 
taks you out to tee It. 

,JL9i ^Vii*" ^- AHCHBR 

ItMaroaS Street Pbone ITM 



and garsse none to lea snd park 
MEHAREY, ROE * CO., LTD. 

•M Vart St. aar. araaS Bt. Phoaa MM 



WDB PROPERTY IB YAOANT 
LOOK IT OVBR 

i£j[M "r* lateragted. make us an oftar. 
atMrwlss you wUI M under no oMMaMak 

434 SKINNER STREET 

Cor Russell Street. West Victoria 

S'^'SSa house, in flrst^lasa om. 

siuea. aatf oMtalaias Bsarp sMeMS. 
eass. fomsce. He. v^*mi- 

Tl 

rr A 

Very 



mu'' be reld. end aay 
••>'• ' >^iii ba eontidere4L 
easy termt can M srraMOC 



aWINBRlUH a M«B<mAT8, IAD. 



Jfcn "id - 0*K "AY 

?^ > . J"""^'" bungalow on pretty sar« 
den lot Open fireplace in brleht llvtna< 
room, modern Duuh kitchen with breS. 
fsKt nook, two laraa kidrsBaig. basMteaJ 

furnace gn« SBrMBi A bOBM WOrthywf 



1^800 



$12r500 



N 



HIGH AND HRALTHY 
galow. 1 
blah part M 
Vary aasp 



^iOt> 

baa- 



- Peur 

looatiM 

$1800 



pAIMlKJV-Tijt attaates' waoi from 
A p.o — Beven-rtega semi baaMlew tflve 
rooms and batb aa Bre«a« ASre*"^ 

^::;"".":.,"!"'r:.'r!*r....$28oo 



lODERN-TWO MM 
ONLY IMM 



PROVTNOTAL aUILDINOa — At 
abler to wind ap aa esuu. «s ars 

aatborlaed to re<1uce the price of 
this aplandld seven-room semi bun- 
ealow to n.SSe There ere three open 
flraplacet. eontervstory. ttetleneii 
laundry tabs, etc Twe eaeelleni 
B\rden lou with assorted large and 
\naU frulU: two chicken houses 
e.c. . eulet locaiion: laoderate 
ten minatee* walb Maa 
aad witbla a la* wMb^M tS 

am p»»t. 



BaAOrmni aona. la asclnglye 
locauee: aM rlo*. larsa grounds with 
oak traag and raak sarMn Reception hall 
~"Uh flreplaee. leading through Prenrh 
dnnn to drawing-room In ivoiv. piate- 
glaaa windows, enclosed hot water rad- 
iators in tfll the downttalri rooms, alae 
OAX PLOORING, cotUy slaetrte Uabt fls- 
turvt threushout. Larsa dlnlns-room. 
paneled and beamed In Ivory, with French 
doors to very large tiled sunroom: den 
with flreplaee, and conaarvatory leading to 
terraoM sarden. Peur bedrooms, two 
Mthroeeig and tlaeplng porch. Kitchen, 
butler's pantry, breskftst nook In white 
enamel. Hot wster heating, and garage. 
This Is a lo\ely home and a snsp al 
tl3..5O0 I.latlng No 

B C BOND CORPORATION, LTD 
1134 Government Street. Phone S4t-349 

OPP HIOH QUADRA 
Oa betUevsrded and paved street. Pive- 
room baaMio* Splendid eoo4UtiaB. slee- 
trte aaaft stove, imoieum' aaC MMdt 

BARGAIN $3150 BAROAIN 
ALK> BT. LUUX BTRaBT 
Itaaea BuMainw-oak flaara. 
tatM. Baetrie flxtures. eM. 

SPECTAI, 

BPETTAL 
Can be handled with IJOO 

NEWPORT AVCNUE 

Amena hiab-elasa hemaa Pive-raomad 



- SUBSTANTIA! I, Y BUILT 
Stucco home, iienriiig comple- 
tion. Plea ebarming rooms downstairs. 3 
bedrooms up open fireplace, hardwood 
floors, extra good plumbing flxturea We 

nirrhssar" **'"" ** * 



PboM MM 



a GORDON 

til ValM BM*. 



OUTSTANOINO VALtn: 
WMii>aOILT PAMILT HOMB 

rmi 



$3000 



qEVEN PINB AIRY ROOMS. LAROB 
double lot. sarden. fruit trees and 
small fruits. OoaMBt beaemani. fur- 
nace, small chicken bMce. sarase snd 
many other (esturM NaSMI Mar B»a 
terms says the abSiatM Bwaor it BUS 
very flne property. 

VICTORIA REALTY * NUILOIIOO. 
MPO. 

• 18 View strset 



KBRAOE 
177* 



PITBUO 

ETHEL SEYMOtm. 307 
Bu.ldlng. Douglas BUeet 

*";*5y -."MMSrlpt. law 



OAMPMBX 
Ml. 





VetersM 


^^^SN^AL M. 


fcxiiNo, Ynut 



c At!iBORO BAT 
Y "OSY. compaet. 



Stb MsBtftaM ties 
kiasa. Maa, fSBy 

$3750 



4-reom buaaa 

low: ot>en flreplaee. 3-pl»ce bathroom 
concrete fou^datl«'l^ large veranda 
*T.*rTtbias jgwc and gpea. N)ce greaads 



l«M 




IMS 



P R- tno-WN A 
llU Breed Street 



MM 



-.tetoree 

YBBY $4 i Oi) SPBOUb 

aaelugive Uetine 

HIRST MULTY BBRVICB 
• 10 Port Street* 



•m 



$:{80o 



PAIRPIELO HOMB 
rpUIS MODERN EIGHT ROOMED ROUSB 
1 would oat more '.han double to re* 
pUee. the lorotlon Is good, betas On 
boalevard'd .treat naar SBhool: ar- 
fbMed. double iivins aiM Stataa-rssm. 4 
faraace. etc.: 



J(1 K(W)~'^'^^ '^'^ t>*"* tbiA 
•!» J r?\/\/ ,.,.,ooin lone-floori bungalow. 
Just bc'n painted, papered and thorouehlp 
Overhauled. w;th baeement sM furnaee: 
cloae to High and Oenlral ~ " " 
ground, etiy walklna 
dittriet. A good bay. 

#tORA — Pour -room bunaslow. Riah. 
a^A^terVmond Avenue district no 
BMnt. garage iiso ra«h snd bsli 
rent. 

W J OILULAND A CO 
1303 Do islst ntraet Phone »t»a 




Xol'.IK BAROAfN IN 
«aa in Lot SO a ISO, all 
Oaau^s^^eeven^reoms on eae 



$.^1.50 

FADtriELD BUNOALOW 



rjppoRTUNrnr w» porcrabx at ; 

V/ than coat, maenlflcantly -built bunca. 
saw of Ave large, sunny room, dsv IstMi; 

aeerias completion Higu titustjou. seaa' 
Uful outlook, oak trees, aacludad. yat aOBP 
town, easnent basement oak floors sM 
sedar.|iiied eapbsard*. lataat plambine. 

with splendid Are- 
flaiahad with ctaar. 
wide eedar gldbM; SBase will M BBtB- 
pleted. InelMIM Mntaoe and bttoHM 
decors tine, to msa t parehaaer s desire. 
Muet sacrlflce. Any resseeiable otTe' rr 
tnsaU place eoastderM as Mtt paymenu 



nira Ibtm arlM*raom 
place: oateMa vaMb t 



a ISO, all -V-ICE MODERN HOME on eoc,d s-r»at 
I all In nrit elasa condition, nicely 
decorated thrmiahout. open flreplaee. full 
cement basement, /urnace. saraae. 
4 oble taaaa. lauaediale pBssas 
sivsa. MM aaat. balaace Hbe 



^aw aroooo bungalow o^i palr 

X^ Mas aaM. Oak Bay. asar asaeb 

Driee. Lot TS s tie Hardwood floors, fan 
> baeemeat. bet water haatlaa A 
atteaouee aad abaaMtely 



eaaaeaaoa* 



asaeas«>. 



wiai ft 



TUB I "rr 
ro'iir. eO 



LTD 



ABrnrrif piNfiALOw 
rr w Ann* ■ ^ attrartive sls- 
f^iintsio V 11 r ujtw*,uitttl value. 
Nice en' i. .re halt, livins aad diatas-rasM 
open r.;>r.iac> three bedroema. DuteB 

kltth.f. .e-n'nt bsieme.-il fumeee Everr 

thtne In fif.t -i..- .h.p* .natSe and 

Term- rr-.nrer" r.r itr.-t will maB* r» 

r-ii'fior, 'r, raali 



CO Mnr< 



nuum POR PTVE or six-room bun- 

* ' galow In any sood district; Mortlt 
Qiiadra. Ptirfleld or Osk Bay preferreS. 
Price not ever 14.500, and preferably Mlaw 
M.OM. Pbeae IVTS 



UMALL rUUm. ROT 
n IBat •MS vM Mv 

roiealat. 



MM. 



$7500 



1 1 'Aimet>-ptVE 

' ' r.>iuit,«ii. arewnd 



93.000 

lard ew^^^wtwy. 



ni 

alto |«4 
• itata M 



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B 



DILDIWO BITE 



nWDKR lK«TROC- 



MUuMtMd t* mU bali-kci* ul b«auUluUir 
&M Ua4 w rmti U*r Ro^ pr»c« (MM. 
T»rMit. 0«k B«y. (urnUhMl boma tat 
•horl or lon« period. r»nt fl!> Aaakf 9> •• 



Rlctiard*. l»u:U 7, M^uupolu.ii 
»OMM poMoOtc* Plum* 1''')*- 



OORinDI. IfSAll OAK BAY AKT> 

FbtI MrMt. 17J « 100. toproYed ly n 

»r>tn iixwii fiouw i illthl' t.,t (fti '..srr .. 
B ! im.li f « i.fi, .f t,«:. .. f ,. ,, ; 1 •i.:- !! ■ 
kuBCalO»> .tt*«>M"1 al M 'HI' au*p wiILt 

b«ir i«»f. 

T. f McCONNtU. 




E 








BOILDIMO 
two blocks 



LOT — OR- 
od Quadra; 



E 

SHIP DISPUTE 



Decision to Have Important 
Bearing on Future 
Charters 



Some Relics of Andree's lU-Fated Polar Flight 



BMMO kBd four MTOt 0( lOBd WlUl 
Mn Irontmc and i-lty ««Ur m4 Usbt. 
This yruk>'>i. iltuaUd eloM to tbo 

dir. If aold th.a weak WtU taclOdO ttM 

.."!*. $2200 

J N HOtXAND 

300 rmborloa Mock 



11' 



1' .H 
Icnced. 
llcht 1700 



■•rasa. 

FhodO 



H 175. 
vMor, 



WATBIUntOIIT LOT AT rtUJtMCrX 



Om Mm 



tm 91 m lakt. 

Price IIU. 
A. WAJLKCR JH 00.. LTD. 



SMALL ACKtALic nVB-ROOmO MOD- 
•ra h oww. ofeOMl «a.MO; cIom town. 
mm 9m. 



■^V mU cleared. Treei. AUractlve waU-built 
MWi-k«Bf»tow. i-vm* bMbroOTk a bed- 
room*. tlTlnc-roem wtth OmrtMo: un- 

llmllrd wilrr. Iliht and »lMMi oMoken 
hoiiiwi f'vr ]»<) varitr: wiro fOBOatf. U.MO, 

i-iri!> U.t(iha«« * f"o 

IKiH BALS — A VERY DESIRABLS 
. l,oIl.^^lte, coroprtalM U mcna. 



Not I .': I'ciidrr lalaad, ortrlookinc 
if,.,».u,i^ Harbor, with iplcndld acenlc 
fw 1 ! .'ariirulara. apply to Land 8«t- 
Ue*«U UamiA. PaiUMMDl auUdliui. Vlo- 



"VIW TARUK ON mUlT HUOULI) 
.^'t»mk9 in>» appi* orchard pay wfU. 
OttfVt tin belt, within S mllea of city; 
!• MM*, all In IrulL tree*. Land bai been 
welUVlltd and trooe carefully atUnded to. 
Tlrtii vaflatlaa of aMiaa. rlyeiUna in reU- 
Moa. Mr* oM ebmlai. Oood farm honie. 
molia MumbtM. city water. Iichi i.nd 
telewhaa*. paokliw >hed. bam. power 
Uaetor aa4 all neeewary implementt 
8itMta« hUOk mvma, trUw of aurrowMinB 
country and CAymplci. Will tell at low 
price of IIO.SOO No hrtier buy on Ih* 
market. Bee BC Land M im'iinifQt 
A«ancy. Lt4.. »M OovernmeDt Street. 



potm-MiLK cmoiE. 

' cloee to paved road, I9i0. Alao 
valarfront lots, beautiful altuation. 



1 ir. ACRES. 



CASE INVOLVES DELAY 
TO A GRAIN CARRIER 

VANCOUVBt. Stpt W.— A ewe 
Involttnf deUy to • grain carrier at 
Vancouver Is iK-r >i<> Mr. JuaUcc 
PUher, In 8uij:.ui» Court, and It 
wu pointed out today by Martin 
Orlffln. K C , who with 8. A. Smith 
U counsel for plaiiitifl, that the de- 
clalon would have an Important 
bearing on future dtoputee. 

8s. Carlton, owned by It Obap- 
ntan Si Soil. Englaiul, was chartered 
on November 12. 1M7. to proceed to 
Vancouver to load grain r .i Kail 
Stoddart X- Clav'nn I'd .n.o'tKM 
English nni! V "•: -iiiw •■• <•'• !•>••! 
Introduced by Mr. (jiitu:; . r. i..-:ia;r 
of Obapmuk it Son, t . ' 
rived here ca January 31. i»2fl, wa.>. 
passed bjr the port warden on Feb 
ruary 1 as being ready to loiMI grain 
In all holds, and on February 2 was 
ordered to proceed to Lapointe pier, 
but did not secure a berth until 
Fetanuury 7- 

DEMUBB^OE THE FACTOR 

According to the contract between 
owners and iharierers. deniurraRr of 
flity pounds ea( h day wa.s to be paid. 
The dispute IS to ftnd out if there 
was detention and whether demur- 
rage is payable to chapman & Son. 
The caae was bandied successively 
by two arMtratora wWr Harald B. 
Robertson, K.a, as umpire, but no 
decision satisfactory to both parties 
was arrived at. 

"Under this charter, charterers, 
wan allowed seven days to load the 
ship. Do Ihe days run from the time 
the Oarltoo arrived at her berth or 
when she arrived In the harbor?" 
said Mr Orlffln. In stating his ease, 
FIVE SHIPS IN 8TBEAM 

"Owners claim the time runs from 
the day the Carlton arrived in the 
harbor and the delay la charterers- 
loss. On the other hand, Earl. 
Stoddart A Clayton say getting a 
berth Is a matter between ship and 




C0URIENAY«P9NtS 
CONSTRH \& DAM 



BaUding of ( omoi Kr»rrvi>lr Is. iLxi 
Postponed — Lt(htliKf Nvstrm 

rtwiber Kaieaded 



BOVl" irr rrp 



„, rrprorlucfH si^-ve of the first ; ' tr .pb. to arrive OA thU side of the AtUntic telUng the story of the ®[»^_ f 

* » August Andree leader ol the worlds f - - 1 i. Wight attempt, and the remains of his camp to Tromsoe, Norway, from White lalaRd. in 
the far North where they had lain for ' f - .rs (D Shows Dr. Gunnar Horn, who found (he camp of Andree and hi. companions. 

oayiM tribute' to the casket contain^c Andiecs body. (.2) Some of relics found by Horn at Andree s camp. (3) Relics being unpacked upon 

arrival at Tromsoe. 



OtROWGOO * ca, LTD. 

•11 StmsMob attwl 



NORTH SAAMICH COUNTRY HOMS 

~ 1 11 k-rOLLT IfOOBRN BONOALOW. 
9 1 i>UU in beautiful altuatlon. with 
nearly two acre* o( (raunda aparling. Ei- 
tata AsaaU BtSney, B.C. Tel. Sidney One 



o 



-| kl 'A O R ■ 8 WATBRrRONTAOS 
laJ Booke Harbor Elaht acrea cletroi 
aood cottaie. (sraie. barn and water 
•upply «>000 It offer made thli week 
laavlna city. UUIeiplc. Hart & Co . 



B AOBBAOB FOB UM^^ 

Tn^EVEN ACRES- ABOUT THREE CllI 
tlvatad; larta l.room buuialow. oi" 
firwiaoo: altaatad at WUkineon » J 
»ooUUy. O i awieos*. i«0» Douslaa atrtet 

tS FABM POB gALB 



full 
lot. 



•ma LEAiiN env 

91,800 or Near Offer— 1284 

Dciinian Street, five nide rooms, 
tiirccpiete hatlir<'(3in and 
(.ninit l)avrnK'iit. Large 

• , ,, ! 1 i^li S. hciiii. 

# 1 ,500--l,m) Hay Street, >cvcti 

■ Ills. $5tX) ca>h. balance $25 
i,<r montii. Great snap. House 
i\''eds repairs. 

See Car WMaw aa« Wats Oar New 



THE OaiFFITI eOMPMY 



L 



view straat 



1463 



elevator owners and their seven 
days start from time of iwiival at 

Lapointe Pier. Owners further 
claim charterers did not have cargo 
ready where \hvy told the ship to 
Ro. and Hb^L■lKf i tirRO at that 
place was the rea.'jon the Carlton 
did not get to her berth. 

• When a ship assiuned to a 
berth, she will proceed right away or 
the berth will be Riven to another, 
according to harbor regulations. 
James Stewart Grain Corporation 
was the aource of supply for the 
Carlton's cargo, taut part came from 
Canadian Co-operatlv« ^heat Pro- 
ducers. When the Caxlton arrived, 
there were five ships lying In the 
stream, of which two were under 
charter to Earl, .Stoddart h Clayton. 
Jam"s Stewart Grain Corporation 
wa.s In .supply (?raln for all six .ship.s. 
bill did not have any for the five 
which arrived before tho CBtltOn" 
Mr. Cirlffin ended. 



Larva Baitara BMNVS 

whita flalsMO ».••••.•••••••••«•• 

Red Bataioit .........*...«••«•■.••• 

Skate ■ ■ .. 

Smoked Kf-d .Salmon 

Kippered Salmon 

Local Klppara ••••.•••••••*«......,. 

OrounS Cora .......••««• SS-OS 

Wheat. No. 3 4*.S0 

around dais 4S.0S 

Cloaned Oats 4&0S 

Oilcake Maal M M 

Scratch ......»iin*.«M.«i M.M 

Bran «■..•.....«....*■.... S4,S0 

floor 

Flour, bread 

riour. pastry. 40'a 

OortomMla. 
IM OlBfi 



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.30 

.13^ 

.SO 

.3& 

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370 
3 24 
3 20 
3.10 
l.»0 
I.M 
1.70 

3 no 
2 10 
.M 



«lleaa Orasai 
ler Orapoa . 
Tokay Qrapea 
Watermelons . . 
Caiaba Melons . 
Oantaloupet .... 
Concord Orapaa, 



8 OO 
I SO 
I.M 
.01 <s 



Peaches. Elbertas 
Peaches. ' Hales" 

Diamond Plums, local 

Pluras 

Imported PruMa • — 



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N. IhSt «•••«•«••«• 



.90 



1 65 
1.75 

8, is 

1.00 to 1.3S 



la portions, kea ... .M 
raae 

rev Toa ror task 

Bartar '..4 tn.es tt.M 

On&«t bartoir M.M J W 

Cora MM 9.»0 



Retail Market 



BEHT BAANICH BtTTa ODT8IDB TOWN 
Ninfy Klve Dollars an Acre 
ACRES OOOD aOlU 8AANICHTON— 

gaillr oUarsd. gtspirs rotten. Near 

Kri.?j?sr".r r^ . S1900 

I'i ACltXS; OOINO CONCERN 
IVE CHEAPLY JU8T OUTSinE TOWN 
Pour-roomed coitf.se. iilrely furnMhert 
All kinds outbulMlass, 
sarasa. 
housaa 



r 

I'" 

I 

I 



Bood greenhouse, 

$2600 

BEST SAANICH CHICKEN PROPOemONS 

ABOirr ONB AORE-Oiily I'i miles out 
Excellent 5-roomed bunsah ■'■II- 



built chicken houses for SOO 
• ry. Beit soil Alternate yards 
Garden In crop. Terma 

4 ACRES, with all Incubators and aqulp- 
ment. rour.roomed bungalow. Chicken 
houses too. North Baanlch. Annual taxes 
110. Pedlereed stock extra. Orchard. 300 
bearlna treei. Racanthr raducad #^Qp^ 
from 15,500 to «r»cHW 

PBMBERTON I* SON 

Aptdr oaiea. Baaateli Dapt.. Fort Street 



ESCimONAL VALOLS — 4.fl ACRES, 
elaartd. part bottom land. Good flve- 
room house new bathroom, electric ran«e. 
city water I.evlnii houses for 100. brooder 
house snd Moves, Iniubatnr.^. etc. Taxes 
ill Pt'.cr only 13.700 Res.ionsble terms. 

ABOUT SIX ACRES All cultivated 
Five-room hous*. usual oulbulldlna." . 
faaUy orchard, etc. Stock ir renu)r.'d 
la. Illness compels sale. Clear Ulle. 
Bkcluslvely by 



CHARMING HOME 

Jl'ST OI TSIDE TOWN 
If «,rf. nue ««rdrii. BSlOBdMly 
ballt .Ix-roeased modern honse, base- 
ment. furnaca. Haw ehlekan house, 
■araae and outbulldlnts. Ta««s 
BadMod far oN* aatot Si.««o dewn, 
monthl, ^v-^Uta J|j;;>000 
rent . 

HOUSE BARGAIN, $2,100 

nve rooms, beautifully decorated, 
modam plumblnt. basement, ssrasc 
One Wack onUtde city. Taxes negllslblc 
HALF ACRE. Intensively cultivated, aU 
kinds of (ruit. walnuts, peaches, 
srapes Bonsalew. sis rooms, saedern 
plumblnt. OUT watar. U«ht. etc Neur 
Sidney, two mlnuta* from $;^(),~iO 
seafront 



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.04 

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I Apply Baanlch Department | 

RMBBBTON * SOM 
|j|h.»« SMI OM rartjltraet I 



casAF 

New three-i 
ssa, «tUi SewitUal vltw. 

Very easy tenns 

Bplendid seafroBt U-aaia 



, near the 
Low taxes 

Il.opo 

lot New 



fnfattara, boathouse 

41 .004 



cottaie. with 
and boat 

\ s nXRTON 
lia Pembortan Ralldlns rb»n. 



"oei 



I.0C3I Potateas, 10 Iks. 

Green Peppers, lb 

Hothouse Tomatoes, 8 At, 

(jutdoor Tomatoes, lb 

Heels, i bunchas for 
c'ltrroi.s. per bunch 
Turnips, per bimch 

Celery, stalk 

Cabbage, each 

Canllltower, each 

Onions, lb ^ 

Lettuce, head M 

j CtKi<mbers. each .............. 

Arllcbokes. each 

I Onions. 8 lbs for 

I Green Pes 5. lb . 

; Green Beans, 4 lbs. 
I Local awoat OoOb 

I Local Oalary 

I Green Peppers 

I rralts 
' New Valencia Oranses, .Tb. .BO, 

Apple.s — 

Fancy, lb 

Winesaps. bos ... 
Cooking Apples . . . 
Mcintosh Reds. lb. 

OK Cantaloupes 

BanansL dcsen .... 

riums. f lbs. 

Lemoas. Cal., descn 

Dstes, 3 lbs A ■ 

New California Figs. pkt. 10. .15 to 

New CaUfornia Layer Ft«s. lb 

Oal. dttstar RalalBa. hos .. .39 and 

New Fard Dataa. la, 

Cocosniits. eaeli 16 and 

.Sinvriia FU.>, ft. JO. M and 

Pears, dozen ......«.,.•.•. 

Cranbarrlas. lb ■•••^y • 

Local Rhubarb. 0 181 

Heedless Grapes, lb 

Processed Strawberries. PSU 

Blackberries. 3 boxaa 

Preservinc Peaches 

Local Plums, basket 

Ess Plant, lb. 

Plum,^— 

3 60 3.76 
3.60 3.76 
1.75 2.35 
.... 175 



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B.C. BeOda. k. 

Finest Ontarls MM. lb. .. 

Finest Otitarlo Matured, lb. 
Edam pn'.r.h Cheese, lb. ... 

Oouda Cheese, lb 

Basllah atutmi. lb 

Itnported Roquefort. lb 

Enzie Brand Camembert. lb 

circle Hriiid Breakfast Cheese 

Kratt. lb 

Uolde-.loa^ 

Flour, all f'.indard brands. 49's .... 

a.4 



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.36 
.30 
.46 
.40 
.46 
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.40 
3.36 
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Local Lettuce, ease 
Local Celery, peS di 
Cabbage. lb 

Caulltlower. crate 
Oreen Onions, doa. 

Local Beeta 

Turnlpa, sack .... 

Rndlslics 
I.oi a I ( 1 r I ots 
Local Parsley 



180 

I.M to 1 SO 

04 

2 50 to 3 00 

40 

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BSaaaae** 1 

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Wliolesale Row 



.10 



.40 



10 

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.60. 



.10 
.30 .16 

60 

... .35 

.30 
i5 
.35 
.35 
.30 
.35 
.20 
.40 
.50 
,33 
.36 
.15 



.38 



.33 



.16 

.13 

.16 
.It 

.30 
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23 
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30 
30 
28 



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AMORBWa RBALTY 
1406 Douelaa Bteeet Pbone 2786 

5ti AORBB OUMKBD ABD nBfOlD- 
au-room houw. with hot and cold 
water, electric llshl. ot>*.> fireplace 
Chleken taauses for 400 birds. On main 
road, wtthta tea mUee at OltF U*>i 

^ $2500 

OBOM * COMPAMT 
BelBteat Houae Ofvoetts Pootofl 



M FARMS FOR RENT 

V-^OUR-ACRE FARM — FIVE - ROOMBD 

I furnished eottase, small bam. chicken 
houses, (';, mtlee out: lacludlnt llaht. 
117.60. on lease: IM atoathly. aaanlch 
Dept.. Pemberton A Bon. 




roR s OR .^ YTAfta— «AA1«« 

' 1 farm. 9^ acre. T( 




1 \KM.S 



rpWCt TO FIVE ACHES SMALL MOD- 

X « era house, good vie\k ptstr price 
Bex 3112. Coloniu 



. om im 



TO MMT-OBICKBM BAMOH. 

tear eitr. « or l-raaai hsaee. Boa 

Oelealat. 

nmtovvb bbrbt banch 

Rrltlsh Columbia In exchange for 
Small ranch or rnuiitry rn«d near Morro 
Bay. California Price 13.800. which In- 
eladaa owe fcelf of oil rights, witt 
tr neoeaeary. Write fully. 706 
r'.. ' T na Anselas, California. 



Amphion Hall 

TBB OOBDOB BtDILOING 
ne TataO Street 
For antertataaMnts. dancing, muslcales, 
etc. Oraad piano oak floor. 44x80 
ft 400 Chairs, to card tables. Full 
-nuipment for Usbt refrwlMaestt*. AU 
iifHning up doBs and owvSMr at- 

lendsiit provided. . - . 

A very comfortable. Msb-«isa0 bsU at 

leasooable rataa. 

TM BeaUBs AMr te 

THE fiRIFFITI COMPARY 

SIT Tlsw atlsal »Ma« IMi 

BaU Cm Haw 



1V> \r-h 
■ ..:pl! 
I l.ogar 



Dusrte . 
Wlckson 
Tragedy 
Vacavllle 
aa n I a 
niches 

pberries 

nberrles 

Cantaloupes 

California Pears . . . 
O.K. Lambert BIngs 

Local BIngs 

Apricots, preserylai 



...... ■ 




BOTAl COMMISSKJN 0\ STATE 
BBALTB INSUBANCE AND MATEBNITV 

BCNBrrrs w b.c. 



$2^ Cash 

Oaly OM »or sMatfe la aU yos pay 
far aa Meal e«ay etaeeo bancalew. 
luat roady to move Into, close to Oak 
Bay and Fort Street can Eitra large 
llvlng-reoni and reception hall with 
bard edge-srsin door, with Inlaid 
border, open Are. two good-elaod b«d- 
r'>oiin three-plec* bullt-ln bathroom, 
kitthen with all modera bvllt-ln fea- 
ture*, ironing board, larte cooler, etc : 
nice remsnt basement with furnace 
We hare some nice Stweeo BawgaUw* 
ne>r the Oarge aad WUhlaaoa lUad 
eiairUt. rear aww toraa. 
TATBR STBBKY-SOx 130. rtabi In the 
aalomdblla aeetlen. A snap prtre tor 
aa property A 



mm L mm. in 




A special public meetlnt of the above 
Commission will be held at the Provincial 
Court Houee. Victoria. Thursday, Septem- 
ber 18. at 7:30 P M . for hearing of group 
repreaeiUatlona on matters perUnent to 
the Commissions Inquiries from pubUe 
end seml-publlc bodies of the Province— 
aoelal. frataraal bad benevolent societies: 
Industrial. mVBtolpal and labor organisa- 
tions; medical and hosrlUl a.^soclatlon*. 
etc 

These are Invited to attend by repre- 
sentatlvae and expreee tbelr Tiewe. arla- 
toas and eonstrueUve sasseetloas. 
siternatlvely to 
briefs coverlnt 
By dtrcetiea. _ _ 

O. B. 

Be e retary 

victoria. B.C.. September 8. It80. 



■••••*e*«a*oSa«»a 
• «a«aata«aaa*aea $e$0 3 ■ "7 ^ 

••••.eaeoee****-****- 2-40 

2.60 

3.40 

4.30. 4.50 4.76 

... 6 35 
.18 .17 
.13 .14 
... 1.45 
.10 
.40 
.40 
.36 
.50 
.60 
.10 
10 
.35 
M 



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Orayenatein A sa l ee ,.....«... 

Poachee. dos 

Pears. Bartlett M 

Local apples. 4 lbs. 

Greengftge Plums 

Damson Plune 

Local Plums, ibi 

Blackberries, box 

Cook Ins Apples. 5 lbs 

California Grapefruit, 4 and 3 

NaU 

Walnuts. lb .*. 90 to 

lb 

Mixed, lb 25 and 

California 80ft Shell Walnuts, lb.. 

Roasted Pynuts. lb 

New Almond Nuts, lb 

Soft Bbetl Almonds, lb. 
New Chestnuts, Japan, lb. 

New BrasU. lb 

Uoal yuiwrt Nuts, lb 

Basas ana Hacsn 

38 

16 to .60 



No. 1 Steer Beef 

Cow Beat 

veal 

Hoes 

Bhouldsro 

Loins 

Less 

Breakers, lb 

New Zealand Limb, lb. 

Spring Lamb, lb 

ToQSues, lb 

Peattry 

Pre«h Fowls ,. 

Chicken, lb «...... 

Turkeys, lb 

Froien Fowl. lb. 

Broilonb ft. 

rirb 

Raddles. lb. 

Scotch cured 

Bunrtae nuets 

Sssoked Meats 

Bacon. lb .90 .48 

Backs, lb M 

tf aJBSi lb. .09 .M 

Erse 

Fresh Extras, cast lots, doaea 
Fresh Firsts, esse lot., doaea . 
Fresh Pullets, case lots, doaea 
Butter 

Salt Epring 

Bew Zealand Solids, ttnest — 
New Zesland Solids, first grade 
New Zealand finest prints, lb. 

Alberta Solids. No 1 

Alberta Solids. No 3 

Alberta' flasft prints 

Cbecea 

ontatto- 

June. lOM JtH 

PraMe 

Valencia Oranges 7.00 0.00 

Australian Navels 6 60 to 8 60 

Orapefriilt. California 7.60 0.60 

Lemons, box 0.36 

Bananas, lb 

Baskets 

Apples- 
Local Ciranvenstclns. fancy 3.10 

Oravenstelns. hottechold l.M 

Oookinc Apples , 1.50 

Local fancy pears 3 00 

Local household pears 1*^0 

California Pesrs 1 50 

Wenatehee Pears 3 7^ to 3 00 



.39 
J4 

.41 



.10 
.30 
41 



.37 
.35 
.31 

.10 

J3H 

.13 

.84 

.8l',i 

.30 

.81 



Potatoes. Mainland 

ChUllwack poUtoea 

Local Potatoes 

Kamloops Netted Gems ... 
Hothouse Tomatoes, No. 1 
Hothouse Tomatoes. No. 3 . 

Dessert Tomatoee 

Field Toawtaea 

Loeal Cuewabers 

Peppers 

Walla Walla Onioas 

Spanish Onloas ... 

Local oaiona 

Sweet Potatoes 
CK. Celery, dozen 

B e ans , wax , 

Beans, green 

Baa Be. broad 

fasetable Marrow 
Oreen Com 



1.30 

1.60 

1.M to 1.76 

I.M 

1.80 

1.16 

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10 

3 00 

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REWARD OFFERED FOR 

INFORM A [iON ; FADING 
TO ROBBERS' ARREST 

EVERETT. Sept. 18.— Reward of 
$2,500 for. Information leading to 
the capture of the six Everett bank 
robbers was auth<»1zed today by 
Snohomish County authorltlea. The 
coastguard was akaed to seardi 
Puget Sound beaches and l."5lands 
on the theory that the gang may 
have abandoned Hifir automobile 
and taken to si speed boat. 



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.40 
40 
.35 
.40 

^i 

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.40 
.30 
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.10 



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Ham. lb 

Bacon, lb . . 

Dairy 
ButUr— 

Brookfleld. lb. 

Shamrock 

Cowlchan Creameyp. M. ........... 

Salt Spring Island, lb 

Handlpats. Ih 

Our 0»n Brand, lb . 

Hew Zealand Creamery, bulk. lb. .. 

Comox 

Eggs — 

B C Proah Kstraa ................. 

BC Fte',h Firsts 

Pallet Bstraa ....................*. 



........«• 



VANCOUVER WHEAT 

Wheat— OPOI Blsb LOW Otoie 

VANCOUVBB. aopt. I0.>.rutaros qaota- 

Uons, bid: 

Nov 7T4 ^»\ n't <n% 

Jan 80 82 S 80 13H 

Cash Oleee— Ne. l Hard. n% : 1 Nor . 
7814: 1 Nor.. 1*%; 9 Nor.. 71%: 4 Wheat. 
d84k; 8 Wbeat. NHi • WiMSt. M'/i; feed, 
t:'.s. 



MAR KETONE WS^LETTER 

The agricultural products market 
news letter Issued by the ProvlnelBl 

Department of Agriculture under 
date of September 15, says: 
VICTOBIA 
WeatlMr conditions unchanged 

since last report. Trade is improving. 
The first car of Mcintosh apples for 
this season will arrive here to- 
morrow from Kamloops. A car of 
cantaloupes, including some peaches, 
win also arrive tomorrow from 
Oliver, and on Wednesday the last 
car of peaches will arrive from the 
Okanagan. The trade is waiting for 
Okana«an-Krown Concord t;rap»'.s 
There are nnrnigh kxal grown i>ear.s 
and Ilium.'- t'> more tiian inreL the 
demand. There Is also a full .supply 
of local grown apples, being ofTered 
The foUotrlng wire received from 
Calgary giving latest marketing 
news: "Calgary and district exper- 
ienced a very heavy hailstorm last 
night, but no damage to grains, as 
all cutting finished. Garden truck 
and flowers were flattened. Much 
cooler today. Threshing about half 
completed, everybody hoping for 
continued fine weather ux^tll thresh- 
ing flalahed. Duribc tte^past week 
the aiBiket has been imj jquiet in 
fruit and vegetablea. A !«■■ number 
of cars arrived at country points 
during the past few days and travel- 
ers icfKirt them cleaning up well. 
Local jobber.s' prire.s showing no 
signs of ."Stabilizing l>arKe quantities 
of Washington prunes are on the 
market. There are of very indlf- 
f went quality and the price suBers 
aeoordingly, Britlih OotaBBbte Bl- 
berta peaches now arriving are very 
flne stock, which together with 
being Attractive sizes make seltlng 
oa.''y. Wa.shington Elbertas showing 
lieavy shrinkage, particularly in 
large sizes. The price on these has 



COURTENAY le.— 
proposed coQstrucUou uX a daao to 
further co ti se r vB the waters at Mc- 

Kenzle and DouKid >v.es in the 
Forbidden Plateau ri i the city's do- 
mestic water uiii>i\ is (O be left 
Hoa-iii (.1 Itu.lf other citizens 

until iifxi \eji: ,i,,i)ni!iig to state - 
ine4it> iimdr at M >i luy night's 
rouncil meeting by Uie chiOrmau) of 
the wat«|- oonunltte. It iras Inti- 
mated thAt a^TBllBUe fmda aajr be 
iisM for relief purpoeea. 

'I lie I "Hill urtlon of the propiiM-,1 
ics-T'. Dl: .il ( Diiiox fur the put ik)»<.' 
of iiop. 'vsiiK the water sujiply tliere 
was said tu appeal to the residents. 
>mt Is also to be left In abeyance 
in the meantime. Caogtdenble 
dissatlsf action was voiced rigarding 
the use of appropriBUoaa fbr aome 
of the roads adjacent to the city. 
HtKi If wa.s df( i(Ie<1 to communicate 
niiinedlttlfly vsilh Dr. O. K. Mac- 
Naughton. M 1' 1' 

Aid'-nnan Fielder <2oiBplained 
that the gulM«e ooUecUoD System 
was not wotUng as w«n as migtik 
be expectad, and was glv«n BUtbar> 
ity to mai» tlM BMMMMry tBaprovB- 
ments. 

Reporting for the electric light 
committee, Alderman Kirk said 
that work wt* progressing on the 
tiro new extenolons, and Vbmt the 
Cumberland Road had now been 
equippgd wMi » MgbUng qretem. 

For the ffn eommlttee. Alder- 
man Rooth reported the necessity 
for repairs to the fire hall. No dam- 
age had resulted from two small 
fires for which the alarm had 
sounded on Sunday. A report 
covering the Better Housing prop- 
erty waa glTen by Alderman Wallls. 
A sanMary by-law occupied the at- 
tention of eooncUr at b Uter 
hour. Mayor Maclntyre presided. 



COBURN CUP GOLF 



N.-W.MM - ' ;>. :t % Mr- 
Kh! in! I' V I 1 . I n , , I ; i •• l-slatid 
t^x.'fi i.-.l ■.i.f .j .111;! in s HI the Co- 

biiii) ( ill |x-t:tion. emblematic 
of tte Mauialmu golf obaoipikBMMp^ 
wim he turned in b mtd of ■ M 
the lo0Bl llDkB y mir d ay. MmI 
mer ftnMhed niinnil wttk an It. 
nurlane had a great chance for a 
record round when he played the 
first nine In even par, but slipped 
badly 8md took a 4& on the home- 
wtiid Journey. Sroreh were excep- 
lionally high due mostly to the 
burned-up londiiion of the fuirways 
and scores of 'Ji were Ko<^'d enough 
to qualify lor the championship 
Playing the finals of the Fox Cup 



oini>etitlon yesterday, Noel Filinci 
lefeated Dr. MariWQB. i and 
take tto eovBtad trpphy for tiM 



ULM. Oermany, Bept IC— Faaelsts 
who organised a street procession 

here tonight dashed with members 
of the Social Democrstic party, snd 

a Pasci.st leader named Drt-her ani 
twelve others from botii sides were 
severely 
rested. 



MAYNARD & SONS 

AUCnONBBBS 

iBstractcd, We wUl 8eU at Sales- 
rooBi. 7t7-7S3 Pandora Avcaae 

Today, 1:30 P.Ma 

> Wel-Eept 

Household 

Furniture and 

FurnishiniTs 

Shotguns, Riflen, Ltc 

Including: Small Organ. Uphol- 
stered Armchairs, Small Chertgr' 
flalda. 3 abnoet new; 5-drawar Dtiw- 
Head Singer Sewing Uafihtnss, in- 

hogany Centre Table, Oramophone, 
Carpets and Rugs, several Dining 
Tables and Chairs, Buffet.5. 5 Side- 
boards, good Rifle, almost new; 18- 
gauge double-barrel Hammerless 
Shotgun; Records, Counter Show 
Cases and glass-front Show Case. 
Sanitary Couches, Bicycles, good 
atnglo and ftiU-ilae Beds, Springs 
and ICattrMgHi^ ftwgii tl Madi, 
Wardrobea, bbit Ubosmub, Btitf 
Ranges, Moffat Electric Range, 
Kitchen Tables and Chairs, Kitchen 
Cabinets. Cooking Uten.sil.s. Crock- 
ery and aia.s.sware. Breakfa.st Set, 
Bone Cru.sher. Washing Machines, 
Garden Tools, Mowers. Hcse, Small 
Forge, Stepladders. almost new 
Hurley Electric Washing Machine 
and Wringer; lot of Lily, Daffodil 
and Tulip Bulbs, etc. Also at M 
•'clock la oar StaekyaHl uaoal sale 
of Poultry. Ooati. Vegetablaa, Rult, 
fl-month-old Conie Pup (male), etc. 
-.11- T» ^ .....4 N3^Until further notice our 

??^,u?."/^K?^ 5.v!^L"ll!f$ S morning sale wlU start at 10 oclock 

sharp. 



iMufkei^ Tone 
Hm Improved 
buys W huiiey 

(Branson, Brown U Co , lAd.) 



17.— Wl^ltney, 
lau, 



NEW YORK, 
of the MaU 

says: 

In considering the polnt,s of .simi- 
larity between the rally which closed 
ye.sterday's .ses.ilon and that of Sat- 
urday, I believe sufficient dlfTerence 
exists to warrant the expectation 
that yesterday's will not be foUowed 
today by any nieb perfonnanoe as 
that which came after the Satur- 



An actor was stopped on* day by 
a pretty girl, who pinned a flower 
in his button hoie. gave him a das- 
ziing .smile and burrlad off wtth- 
out a word. 

The actor went on his way. and 
that evening received a note from 
the girl, reminding him of the 
afternoon's romamtie episode and 
asking him to send her two seat.s 
as a memento of the occa.slon. 

The actor, with a grim smile, 
snatched up a postcard and wrote: 

"I should be ddlghted to send 
you the seats as a memento, but on 
Investigation at the thaatrt Z find 
they are all nailed down." 



admitted that both rallies had in 
them a liberal percentage of short 
covering, but consider that the turn- 
up yesterday contained an amount 
of real buying totally laddtag ttl the 
week-end ses.sion. 

This mjrterlal improvement in 
tone, and the degree of real buying 
which aooounted fcr it, X believe are 
both predicated on a banking iKMi- 
tlon which adheres to the convletion 
that business is dewly making itv 
turn amd that, while any thine 
worthy of ijelng called a bull trend 
may be slow in gettlftg . started, the 
most that ran happen' to it is for 
it to undergo moderate delays such 
as we have Jasi been throu|^ tai the 
last four or five sessions, 

Supptananttnt this general beUef 
there is now gradually Ibnninf, in 
those interested In 



^ ^ ^ minds of 

^gaTn dro^>pM*to''7rcenU."shlppi^g i commodities, c«rU»nty that^thc 
point. British Columbia Bartlett * 



pears finished, liut jobbers are still 
imparting Bartletts from Washing- 
ton cold storage. Wealthles and 

Gravenstllns have had fairly good 
sale. The opening prlc&s quoted on 
Mcintosh niel with approval. Heavy 
shipment.^ exix-nenced at opening 
In other year.s are not expected this 
year, which will tend to give repeat 
orders and insure better colored 
stock." 



next week to ten days will bring 
about the clearing up nf tlie whole 
decline which has operated to im- 
pede market progres.s, Hi.story j 
shows us that commodities in - I 
variably over-run stock prices on tl .e ! 
downalde, but by the same token the 
time Olement between the market 
bottom In June and a commodity 
bottom in September constitutes the 
period which would be allotad by 
precedent for that development. 
This simply means that one of the 
^ . . _ sources of market delay and psycho- 

SALMON LEAPS IMTO BOAT logical uncertainty is about to be 

removed, which leaves us little other 
than Uiird quarter reports, three or 
four weeks from now, Cb create a 
similar effect. Theee In turn, I 
believe, are already partly dis- 
counted, with the balance of the dis- 
counting simply meaning a marlKt 
period similar to what we have had 
in the last week, but one which will 
come at considerably higher levels. 

In any evant. X believe we have 
seen. ysUrday, tha h ta t m a rtat . rally 
staioe prioea aiaMM down last Thurs- 
day, and that any further recession 
simply boOs down to a matter of so 



DUNCAN. Sept. 16 —When Ernest 
latter and A. Evan.s. of Mii.s otv. 
were fi.shlng at 0)wirlian Hay on 
Sunday, a .salmon wciKlnnK thirty 
pounds twelve ounces, assisted in its 
own capture by leaping into the 
boat. "nUs is the second time that 
a salmon ha« ecmmltted suicide re- 
cently by eeaiag aboard a boat at 
Cowlcltan Bay. 



MAlllill»*BON8 

Auctioneers PbeBe tST 

McQoy & Co. 

AuctionMti 

Auiduvt: Aui;tum 

"f 

• Very 

Choice FuraHwe 

Helon'^in;^' to Mrs. Warburton 

Today, at 1:30 P.M. 
At liao Rkhardsoti St 

{ \% I'rev iotisly Advertised) 
Take the I-uuI I'ay C'.ir to 
Jiicliardsun Street 

Auciion 

In Our Large Hatt 

Corner Pandora Avcntif and 
r.I.m-liar.I .^trcct 

THURSDAY, 1:30 

A Splendid Selection of 

Superior Fuiiii^Liiigs 

riano, 2 Chevtcrfidd Mi 




,T BLBCTOBBL 



Nalira Bagareina nisrantlnBlnt mnA ('Is. 
laa Bead Betweea Btoaks 6 aad 1, 8ta» 
tiSA. aoBBlsaa teas 

NOTTCB Is hereby elviB that, under the 
authority conferred by Beetloa II of the 
Highway Act.' Chant»T 14 of tha 
'Statutea of «Brltl»li Columbia. 1»J0. ' It 
i> th» lnto:nion nf ih» uiidanlsned. alter 
)n fjav. from iat* In diarnnllnve and 

close the subdi'Uion toad between Blocks 
8 aa« V. Map aisa. tnm the B * N 
Railway ta hieb watar giark ml Bhawatean 
Lake, aseept tb* rnad allnwanra of the 
main hlahwar ilnne ih» >a«l •(<1» of 
.thswalcaa Lake, at »ho«n oil Reelatared 
nan IM IkW. 

N. 8 LOOOBnO. 
MlaMar of rablie_W«r«a 

ParllaTiant Bulli 



.4ft 
.40 
M 
.49 

.iO 
.10 
.30 
.M 

.98 
M 

at 



Pork— 

Trimmed I,i>ln, lb JO 

Shoulder Roe>J*. lb M M 

Lees, lb ,..»..^...-. . M 

Fork Bsueace. lb Ji aad JO 

Sprlna Lanb— 

Sprlnr Laaiba. leg« 99 

Boring Lamb, ahoulderi 90 

Bprtna Lambs, raefcs » 

Baring Lamb. Ma* -40 

Btaw Lamb 19 

Yearllni I«mb. leg* M 

Tearlinx Lamb, loins JO 

Tearllni Lalab. ataouMeia JO 

^-^rlins LaBsb. raefcs M 

Yrarling Lamo. stew It 

No I Beef - 

Sirlntii Steak, lb 99 It 

Rnurid Stoak. lb M 

Pot Roaiita. 'b .19 .M 

Rump Rna«ts. lb. ......•.....*...*. JO 

Prime Ribx .................... ,^a 

TocBt Veal— 
Ftf w VcbI •• «M 

flhOUldSf S e«a*ea> ••eaoaaaoaaaa ^9 

ROMlpa •■••oaaaeaeeaeeeeeeaaoeeedee ^SS 

L>Vt -• .....•••••••••••••••eoaaaaoa. .M 

^U#t8 .aaaaaoaaea* 

BabMta. taoali B. v JO 

Vlsb 

•turgann 89 

Halibut, lb ......,,,•...•..>....... JS 

Freeh Cod. lb .■.,■,..••«........... .tO 

Pnlea 't 

Fresh 3hrlmp« Ih T» 

Baslern Finnan Haddle. ft. .10 aad 

bocal Oatod Black OBd ..j. JO 



to consider them in the face of the 
materially larger number of polnt.s 
which the market can cover on Its 
next plwM ef advance. 

Ltkewlee X oonaider that, whether 
it takes a few potets or not to com- 
plete the current Interruptlve move 
ment, we will see the whole thing 
cleared up in the later portion of 
headed upward before the wee)L a 
this weak, with tiM oMOfift afaln 



Victoria s radio station. OKft, Is 
now on the air all morning. 




Also IM Items of good 
linen. Blankets. Quilta and supniBr 

Unsn, Eiderdowns, etc.. 



few points that it will hardly pav i frorn Mrs Warburton's 



I, owing 



to large number cf itema at bar sale. 
(Particulars Tomonbw) 



McCLOY ft CO. 
Ittl 



Art Fiu nUm^ Btb 

Bartholomews' 

IIIS-IP and leot Part e<r»M 

iseaael Selsitlea aa raaMa Oeas* 



1 



Others Hav« Bctn Relieved From Rh iWM l tkffi , 

Neuritis, Sciatica , ^ 

WHY NOT YOU? * 



J «^ iJ^J^ J^lj^ *^ ^^^^ 




At tht Reduced Prica. You Can Now Afford to 

Own One. 



PhONf. tl! 



■1 p.i.Ie:. 



Phones: 



fTHE DAILY COLOXIST. VICTORIA. B.C WEDNESDAY, SKPTKMBI-R 



\')M) 



I COr4ft AND M«t.P/ 

Six M»n arc going to 



THROW QAOOV 





Aor I>w/ i/ie Li«te Man 

r 



By J. MiUar Watt 



21 



no/ HK)i A -riMV 

LITTLE 

WCLt. 

. MCE D ^ . 
r . >) MY 

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KRAZY KAT 




THAT CERTAIN PARTY 




Penny Overheard a Renyxrh 



By Jack Wilhelm 



11 



solution ot 

The s«\p^ 

0E.Srl^4^^r^o^J, 

HKS oONt Tt) 
LOOK ^RCX)N^. 

■OR eE-TTf H 

ST^U lo 



HE Nceps i^ST 
8&-^WAfc/ Fox 





[IHAN/Ke, PtRKll^ WE: , 

ALWAYS APPREOATU 
FHL- CO-OPERATir- ,/ J 

OFTVlfc CHIUD • 



if a No i Puw* 3 Warrjr 



iiy uiiif Sterrett 



LEAv/6 

To ME- 




i 



1 



PUBLIC SCHCTOL! 

THAT sorrs 




Bui Noi m Foot 




By W 



AN A/LE OM >DUI2 CM?-- — - 
NO, I can't go tonight , 1 



S'NATTBR POP 




ME VWNTEO ME TO GET DPESSf^ 
AND THf ^1 A ti^ollEVCAR 

lu i-, DANCE. 



An AUruclive Mud Puddle 



By C Payne 




Ui;il£ DUGAN 



Something lo Wonder About 



Copytiiht. IW, fcy Tht aaU tvndicaM. Inc.) 

^ ' ^ 1 11 I 

By J. P Mciivoy and J. H. Striebel 




id the Chinese. 

— Mortb Chins H»r«ld. Shanahtt. 



^^it!:^0i UP 



from tbto point OspUln Bij^Zi 
• cooMMOloa Mi out bjT moic/^- 



IP ARE OI^CO'^L^^LD 



Itadaon'ii llav «fr«m<T Rrporta 
nntflns on B«tarn Frm T«r* 
¥( 



and 

And • coiapaaloa 

boat for OoUuiT«n In an attmpifrV • 
locate the wmit of fi« i^ebui. OtAj * 

fraRmentr, w^re found, 
rations were made near 
mannptlr polf and 
Island* dlsrcfvrred. 



9T JOHNS. Wnd. 8ept 15 — 
The flnding of frsgments b^llevKl 
to be of Hir John Franklin « ship, 
the Brebua. and the discovery o( 
several amall Ulandu In the refloB 
<if the magnetic poir, wrre deacrtbMl 
on aiTlnU here of ttoe Hudaoo's Bfty 
Onmpany atcamcr Fort 
Afltr two 



The Sunday school leMOO wa* 
from II Klntt nil. muA M«tf: 
"Joateh tiM «lfM ywufs aM «1mo 
ht began to rilga. and Im miaM 

I tlilrtir and «ae jfn to JtruMlMk*' 
On i M iiH Int the teMon M Mt 
meUier. John, aged four. aald. 

"Ilie iMeon was about a Rood 
fain, and th^rr »•« a little hoy 
namf-d Josiah. and H bf^gan to rain 
wan fiKht, and when he 
».. ..lily -one It was atill drlMilln •* 



■onreir where aeaMtlnt for cloth ri/.fi- »r 
ln« • rr Winter Jiupp , „ ,;m,bt mc taferf 

weto taken ai>oard. WtaUr mtai - . You kof* I Atwaya.JPM 

tart wa iMMMiC al CiMr ftiir* ftniM Mil* 



^^^^^ 




SEHIS HIION 
CONFRONTS MANII06A 



Modernistic Arclittecture 



Am IM I* 

Wen M Grata 



WINNU'Eci. Man., Sept. i*-— i 
Manitoba's Premier and Lleutenatnt- 1 
Oovtrntf today focu»e i auniiidn ' 
on ttM "aerloua crlsla" lacing farm- i 
iri of tbe Canadian Wcat and ' 
nHgbt wiiltlftn of th« problem 
Pml« Mm BraciMn has an- 
notmeed a mrtm of' parttya at hl« 
>mr< Unking banka. moolelpftUUes. 
iKiai :an and credit bodlaa, and Itfltt. ! 
I n Mr<ii<k;<;r suggPsLR finishing 
,ii(l< ua the Ittim a« a means o( 
i.n>ntinf lov ooarM-graln 

values. ' 

"A crlsU>iMM trtma ttiat cannot 
bvt react laUr on on all sections 
itf the oonununlty," comments Mr. i 
Brackan. Be ■nnniinow that dele- { 
gate* of banUnr fnstttuttona wUI 
1 nnvf-ne In h; tn^ p today. To- I 
moi piw. munlc;|i.i ill .( wlU be reprt- 

SC'Iilcd a' thi l'i>Ti.:r! .fni <■ "> talk 
unfniiiiiiv tiH'i.' in jii.'i.n ( iM Frb 
day llvt'.sliH k and miM( iilluial mi 
clety repifscntaip.f.s will ili.snis.s tnc 
ttveatock situation, while ioaii and 
credit ortax^tlons will be gathered 
at a aeailan •villi the Premier Moo- 
<lay. ^ 

"Immediate action Is Imperattre If 
steps -are to be taken to pretent 
farmrrs from liquidating both coarse 
graltiA imd thin NouriR caiO^ a' a 
Racrlflcc .MiV^ a stalciiifiit i.s.sued 
by Hon M' Mi<n>- M,i Expres-slna; 
hla belief Uiat the feeding of cheap 
grains to cattle to be sold as beef 
vould bring valuable returns to the 
farmer, he f oreeaet that It the prob- 
lem to tackled now a prompt aolu- 
tioQ can be found. The Ueatenant- 
Oovemor has been a farmer for 
fifty years and U ooe of Canada's 
liMXt prominent llveetock breeders. 

Reports from the Chinese war 
■eem to Indicate that nothing but 
extreme caution vUl prcvest a bat- 
tle. 




The Cloister and a View of the Couity u 1 of the New bt. Anthony » 
Hospital in Owaaany. Notice the Tirr. ! < f ArcUtMtnrlb WUfll Has 
Gone Deddedljr Modernistic. 



i ard i ntunffirrs 

I tilrnt loii lt> 

Build ith trance 



PARie^ Sept. 16.— Henry Ford 
last night announced to an inter- 
national (j; ' Id of newspapermen 
that he < , i shorUy to begin 
manufacturing hi.s automobiles In 
France, and to dn jiwa-- with the 



Night-time need NOl 
be so hadl 





a.s.senibly systnn lie ha.-> picvlou.sly 
t^inployed. He hinted he might 
adept this policy throughout Europe 
He further told hla hearers that 
the new United States tariff was a 
good thing "in that It will cause 
other countries to raise tariffs on 
United States products, thus toctlng 
United States mimufacttbAns to 
build factories abroad, which they 
should do If they can produce better 
than the natives themsdvea." 



This age of rapid-fire living dc a u n di juficicnt 
iltt^. TryPoetunu 



Has CofuDe'Bumnv Become 
OurMoftPoMitrSlNMt ? 

^fhoosands suffer nervous ills . . . too little sleep 
... too much rush . . . through depending 
OB stimulating drinks tn cacrj tbsrn along. Try 



When the "candle" pwv^ 
not brighter, hut dimmer 

it is often because Nature calls a halt against 
the use of tannin and caficine, two drugs that* 
siimulsM the asms. TryFbstnm. 



Drop Tannin and Caffeine 

pay the price in ilisplswnws . . . irritability 



taut nerves. 



Postum h SLLLi POWER 

A rich, full-bodied, satisfying drink. 



Free From All Drugi 

There isn't s taut nerrc, ilssplw hnnr nrlMidadw 



Good for the taniUy budget 

IlMfantly made in the cup at a cost of about half- 

a-cent. 90 cups to a 50c. tin. Or there's Postum 
Cereal made by boiling or percolating 20 minutes. 



A 30*Day InuL Will Convince 



Get Postum at all grocers', festavrsatt, ymir ekb 
or OB the train. ^ 

— ■ - 



Week's Supply Free 

We'll Stan \ mi out on ><inr lest l)v uuillg \i>\\ 
\oiir lir^! v^c^k'^ suii|>l> ii"c<'. Wiiti', slalii!.^ 
whrilirr \oii want Install! l'o»tuiu or I't>!>tuiii 
I rr. ,.i. I., (.r irral Foods, Limited, Sterling Towef, 

'loroiilo 2, Ontario. 



Children hove It 

You know how many children do not like the taste 
of milk. You know bow they like to ksrve the 
same drink as the "grown-up^". Yoti know, too, 
how good it is for them to have a hot drink! Make 
Instant Postum for them, using hot milk (not 
boiled) instead of boiling water! They'll like the 
taste immediately! And they will get the added 
nourishment of milk in a boi drink that is i " 
ical and so easy to make. 




Postum 




WINWPEG ELECTRIC 

VIGOROUSLY AT WORK 
ON RfciLQMSI RUPTION 

WINNIPEG Sept 16.— Consequent 
upon the going into effect of the 
new street car fares In Winnipeg, 
the Winnipeg Electric Company has 
been vigorously prosecuting a pro- 
gramme of track and rolling stock 
reconstruction In accordance with an 
agi«ement made with the city. This 
Involves the expenditure of $300,000 
during (be Bummer months, nocon- 
struetion of tracks in tarlous parts 
of the city has given employment to 
hundreds of men. and other hun- 
dreds have been encaRnd at the 
shops converting 101 street cars into 
froii' fiiirRnce ears «[t * cost of 

$1,100 por car. 

RUSKIN HYDRO P' A^JT 
WIR ES ARE h RECTED 

VANCOUVSR, Sept 16.— Work of 
extending high traAaaiieslon lines 
from tlM new Ruskin hydro-electric 
plant acroBS the Fr«Aer River to 

Burnaby sub.stTtlnn. will commence 
tomorrow, arcnrding to B C. Electric 
Railway fornpany ofHrlal.s 

The croe&inR will be made Just 
south of New Westminster, and will 
I consist of three sec t io n s on e from 
the south bank of the rtrar to An- 
nacls Island, another from Araiacls 
to Lulu Island, and a third from 
i.u*u i.'^land.to the north bank of 
the river. 

I Four towers 186 fe? t tall have been 
.erected to carry thf seven wires 
'which will boar Hir rurrent. The 
' longest stretch will be from the 

.•outh shore to Annada tslaad, a 

distance of liM feet. 
It U estimated that the work wUi 

occupy t?n days. Power will b? sent 

acrosii the wires about November 1, 

according to offlclals. 

.WA RNER BR OS. 

NKW YORK. Sept. 16.— With the 
expiration M the rights to subscribe 
to new Warner Bros, stock in the 
ratio of one to four yesterday. War- 
ner Bros, stock gained more than 
a point, despite the general market 
weakne.ss. .strength In the i.s.siic ap- 
I pears based on rrlirf from prcviure 
I of saler. for tlm account of holders | 
, who did not care to ."^ulxscribe to 
I new .shares. Latest reporUs from the 
, trade indicate that the management 
/hM put into effect a retrenchment 
programme whereby its theatre 
chain has been reduced thremh 
abandonnent of negotiations for 
various houses throughout the 
country, to about 500 actively op- 
erated hotiRc.";. Furthermore, pro- 
duction eronomles have been put 
Into effect. ,so that the new fiscal 
year bei^inning Rppt<»mi)er 1 \s ex- 
pected to see much. Improved fi- 
nancial results over the period of 
sharply reduced ewnings vhldh set 

In la.st May 

FROO D'S GREAT LUCK 

When Cockbiirn and Frood. the 
.stakers of the Fiood Mine and the 
Extension, quarreled, they decided 
to split up the property, and each 
took one claim. After work was 
started on the property, eonaistlng 
mostly of surface gouging, it was 
seen that one of the atakers was 
i^iparently left out In the cold. His 
comer poet jibt barely touched the 
ore deposit as exposed on surface. 
All the ore seemed to be In the 
other fellow's lot. 

Early work did not follow the ore 
, underground, and of rourse there 
J w.1.5 no dumnnd di JlInK done From 
I examination of the ,\irfr»r- oxpa^u-o 

lit was lmpa'.>;il)'.(' t,, Icll Miat the 

, ore actually dipped into the prop- 
J erty of the prospector who seemed 
to have gotten the worst of the deal 
As a matter of fact, he had the 
bulk of (be high-grade deposit 
which itttcmaHonal Mekel is now 
wortdng. 

' CO PPER PRI CES 

NEW YORK. Sept 16.— The price 
of copper for export was reduced 
one>qtiarter ol a cent a pound to 
llM cents, e l f. Bxu-opean base pwts 
today, by Copper Exporieit, Inc. 

The rut w»a made to bring the 
-xport price tn itae with the domes- 
tic prir' nf 10 1-J cents a i "inut 
delivered, made yesterday by at lea.st 
one custom smelter. 

Leading producers, which had 
been holding the mcUl at ll cente. 
i*Med the prlee to 10 3-4 ceMs a 
pevAd jasterthty. The new doutastk. 
prioes. the V wrw 4 in thirty years, 
compared with the 18-cent level in 
effect fro'n April. 1929. to Apvti 
1830. when the decline began 



Shoppins 'News 



' CJiildrerrs 

I •!:!!.., ( I ' cat) ■ ish \' 

ucck aiiti band ai Ua.^c. lii. 

ahndes of navy, K«rlet, blue 
and fawn. Sices 6 to 14 

fs Wm. lak. fiNf 



Spewdaf$iM 

Wkiitt PkUlndekb$ Night 

••> 'w II 1 ?' slif)( ivcr st \ '( 
.tinuiiiol Willi colored \>il> 

ing. Sizes, 6 to 14 yenr^. 



lidt fj^ains ill 
Children s Hose 

600 Pairs of Heavy and 
Mediutn-Weight 'Wool Golf 
llnse. with fancy cf>l6red 
tiirnd(nvii ctitTs. All shades, 
^izcs 5'/j to 10. Regular to 
$1.25 a 'pair, for ....ffBf 

Long Cotton- Hose in nar- 
row ril> -style, in fawn. 
French nude, brown and 
black. Sizes 6 to 10. A 
pair 25< 

— Lowar Mkin Floor 



I Atee-T rimmed 

m 1 1, uteres, H3c 

lirassieres of heavy quality 
double rayon silk, made in 
slipover .style and shown in 
flesl) and white. Trimmed 
with lace and rosel>uds. 

lit Vlaor 




First in 



\ if 



WOOL 

tirst in Fashion 



\\ it!) the .-ii<;mi ll of coklcr tlays, 
i'rock.s vi Wool Kisf\ .issuine a 
Mcw iinporlanci- m tin- uar(lr«tl)c. 
Those art* uii<l<>iil»t( il1\ smart and 
Air slutwn in sliaih- tan, 
cii aii^i'. retl, ^rctii. sa.xe aiiil iia\y. 
bues 14 to 42. Each 



$7.95 



%am. 1st Flaw 



lailorea 





Mens 
Fall Felt 

Hats 

SsH at a New L«w . 

Price 

■.\'e\\ I'Vlt Hats in sev- 
eral .smart styles; fe- 
dora, soap brim and semi-curl welted brim In mco.i 
tobacco, lilvn, pearl »nd nickel. 




$3.50 



Mev?s Rayon . 

is 

Ra><>n Silk Shorts with 
clastic bands; in white 
and blue. Regular $1.00 
a pair 



Men's AlUWool 

Socks 

Fine Cashmere .\n-\\*o«iI 
Socks, in brown, navy aiul 
grey. Sizes 10 and 10>^. 
Regular ft4)Q • ptir, 



patch 



DuuMc- Breasted Smocks witli notch collars, 
pockets and belt at back. In lemon, rose, f ' 
mauve, peach, navy and black. Sizes 

—ManUw. Ut rioor 



34 to 44. S|Kh : 



Conilorlers^ ^J.OU 

Cotton - Fillpd Comforters, 
neatly covered in floral silk- 
oline. Each ...fS.OO 



Ki^Oes lor thi^ 
Hunter 

Polar Eiderdown Sleeping 

Robes, comfortable on the 
coldest night; indispensable 
for lightness, compactness 
and <!tira1)ilit\ : tilled , with 
hncst down; outer casing 
waterproofed duck, inner 
lining of comfortal)Ie flannel. 

Size 72 X 84 inclu- 

Size 78 .\ 'A) iiulie.-. 

Size 90 X 90 inches. ^59.75 
-4atf floor 



Silk Hose 

W."..*':^. %iM 

Kull-I'ashioned Hose of semi-service-weiglit silk. 
Substandards of a ■well-known make. In shades 
.if reiidrzvoiis. .\\cnue. Recent, pearl blush. i)olar 
bear, flesh, illusion, moonlight, gunmetal and 
black. Sizes Bj/j to 10. A pair f 1.00 



N 



Scotch Inlaid 

Linoleum 



A S 



Yard 



$1.65 



Linoleum in beautiful art 
colorings. relic\ed by twfi- 
toiic .sha<lings — Moire or 
Jaspe effects. Blue, mauve 
rose, tan and gseen. Spr. 
a square yard...„ 



Cassiit Casement 
Cloth 

In Fast Colors 

Casement Cloth in all the 
wanted shades, including 
ro.se, blue, tan. mauve, mul- 
hcrry, green and nat- 
ural. 

Size 30 inches wide. .\ 
yard 35<^ 

Size 50 inches wide. .\ 
yard 60< 



< 

Smocks and House Dresses 

Good Values Today 

Smocks of floral cottons, ir.ade in smart Princess efferl> 
and shown in blue, roae and gicca mixti. 

House Dresses, made in smart flared styles and shown 
in the popular polka dot patterns. Sizes 14 to 42 

-^WMIewaar. ttt flaor 



The Little Hat 

. J * * # ^ tall 
tashion 

' Small Fur Felt Hats 
in beret and turban 

styles arc the acme (»f 
f a s h i o n and look 
parlicularly smart ill 
black, bruvvii, grccii 
and ruby. Copies of 
original French 
models — 

$6.95 $7 95 
$8.95 

— Mlllin»ry. Ut rioor 



mm 



^1 



FlanneletU Sheets, $1M 

Three-(^uartcr-Bed-Size Flannelette Sheets, in white or 
grey. Each - - f l.OO 

—mwlm. Mala floor 



MerCs Work Gloves 

0 

llcasy W ork Gloves, stroni^ly riveted and reinforced. 
.Ml sizes. Ref;iilar $1 ''5 a i.air, for $1.59 

.Men's Work Gloves, with horse front and nuilc back. 
.Ml sizes. A pair _ 50^ 



Men^s Garters 



Wide Web Garters in fancy patterns. S|>eeial. p'air. 25^ 
Men s Silk Elastic W ide-W eb Garters, with silk pad. 
.\ssortcd colors. Regular 75c. To clear at, pair, 50^ 




Bedspreads 

W hitr Ki inklcttc l'>edspread.«i, 
71) .\ 'X) iin lies l-.arli, ^2.00 

Kayoii v^ilk HeiKpi caiU, in 
blue, gold and green. Double 
bed »ize. Each f8.00 



biieeis and l^iUow Cases 



White Cotton Sheets, 70 x SOia^ltl. 

80 X 90 inches. Each 



Eftck 91.23 



ICxtra Heavy Full-Bleached Pillow Cases. Per p.tir. 79< 

■plM. Mkln Floor 



f no QT 



Covers 

special This Morning 



Loose Covers for pillows 

Loose Covers for in.ittrrsses, each .. 
Loo^e Covers for comforters, eacli .. 



S. 



Oyster Linen Trav Cloths, 1^ s J4 iBchet. Each, 10# 

18 X 22; inches. Each ^....^.^ 



Oyste/ Linen Centret, pltin vi ^MtnUkfd, ^-iiuli 

size, each - 50^ 



Russian Crash Scarves, 

each 



embroiderct 



in 



colors, at, 
98< 



X'anity Sets 
CKjths, each 



..fl.25 



Cushion Covem, each ..~ 

♦ 



~aui»l*s. Mata naor 



MiU Endt on Sfde Thit Mmming 



r 



Dj^y lO S P E N £ R 



LIMIT BO 



Mill Ends of Roller 

'rowaUlflgt tt 9 v-irdt 



f 



or 



25< 



.Mill l.n.is f.f Cn- 
bleaclied Cotton at 2 
ynrd$ ior 16f 



f/fffc?ioirff Buyers 

I n ^ f of 

^ uuupeg H heal 

"T 

wnnflPBO. Sept If. — audden 

chantn In trading smtlment twistrd 
the vbeet market into different 
Shapes today, tttftlae the day 

fractionally below yesterday's cloae 
wheat valuea suddenly regained lost 
gitMnd. BMtotalas* the advantafe 
fer e wtiUe. sad then dipped to the 
lowest levels In wrenteen yesrs. At 
thU stage buyi' r -p pen red from 
a mysteriou.^ ..upr and prices 
!<»rrvrrl surlrtenly tipwwrtl and fin 
Uhed the day with rtet galni of 
13-8 cents to 15-8 rents a bashel 
The low point period of tlje saa- 
ilon r«>veA>ed October futures aelltng 
tt 78 1-4 cen'" ^>'i' final qiiotntlnn* 
were 808-8 Novrmtirr rnclrd 

the day et M. Deccoiber 8i to 
n U4 and May at •»-• esols. the 
d eclloe #as att rtbt ad to lower 
L4verpodi ctMes anfl dnO aaport 

trade, while the 



to have scurried to "eom" near the 
cloae of trading. 

The coarse grain flMTket followed 
the movement In Wheat values and 
closed with fair advance* Over the 
prcvtoua day's figures. Trading in 
this amtkn tt the BMtfes* was in- 
active. 



KflACLANO UKb MINES 



I 




^Ijat 

Of 

mux, 



arthritis never does get a start. 

Reesareh men are now wondering 
wliether the rundown condition nay 
net be a cause of the beginning or 

utartlng nf the infection. 
Thus a man v.ui work hard men- 



Kystem. by the abaorptton of wastes 
from Int^Rtine In fart, a (fr^at part 
ot the treatment of rheuoiatlam Is 
by the IMS of Bpeon. Roehelle. or 
other salts to help clear out the«e 
wastes from large tnteetine. Knemas, 



Mi .M n > W N I SI- K< TION, 



VMoria s radio station. CFCT, U higher lavela was plaead at 

NT sn ihs alv a|LnHn*«- «( <fea iBhsstiL'' ^ an 



«MM«a I 

TORONTO, Sept. lt.r-Oo nahy. 
occasiona In recent month.s Finan- 
cial Oervlee has drawn attention to 
the Mghly important way in wtiich 
the lower levels aT Klitland Lake 

^^TZ'Zi^^%rnS!lX\^^ ^ -^J^ -f-t rljeu. 
whlrh was ones legarded aS a-*8d-fWt»ia or grthritlB. as It Is called 
iint l further development yielded » most ^ H U eaoeed by In- 

flpertftruiar reauiu. 8o f ar as iUf !f. f tSfCh. tonslls. stnuses. gall 
market fnr ih* Kirkland Lake atockfhiA, '.-r «at OHMT OSiaas and 
la roncerned U ha* not reflected toi tjasuet * 
any extent the Iriiproved oiifkK>k for | ^ ttir»f lildlvldnals 

have ^lt^^JtSmkm and oOms do 

not? 

T- 1-ords. .OMI SMBSS the 

tint only cauae« the ar- 



thr present 

price of some SOc » • i i' - * fi»ir 
valuation on the u>iit\ > -ii n hH'^ 
tlOO C< 8.000.000 shareii, a li ^^i.: h 
lusid. This, »>owever. i* very 
In ffiHM^*«» with what the 



i UUy, will become irr^Kular in his I high Irrlgatlorui. or colon flushings 
I eating, sleeping and Inteatlml I as they sre often called, are now an 
habiu! and thua the blood going to 
I the different tlssiMs wlU be of such 
poor quality that It doss not build 
up the f i^^'ie ' f the part so that It 



the company. althmiBi. 



value of the mloe wtu be 



|thrltl6. but It cause* the Tun- 
is' *OWn" etedltlon of the body befor*^ 

'ailMlli tmUt and oCtan ifbnt 
* • 



Important part In the treatment of 
chronic arthritis or rtoetunatlsm. 
Nov what about aS tUst 

AD yea nssd to know Is that to 

can withst.ii.fi ths harmful ergan- try and avoid rheumatism you en- 
Ums that are always In the body. deavor to prevent Infection by gel- 
In this way these organisms. . tjng enough sleep, enough all round 
where there is a weak or exposed food, and enough exercise dally to 
point open to attack, are enabled to k^p ygv particular body In food 
begm thalr deslrucuve work gtmpt. 

It would sssm that strtm or strain xi itsumshsm do« start, you fot 
interferss with the w^ ttis tissues rid of the infection— teeth. towUs. 
should handle foodstuffs, and this .nd v> forth— and alao get rid ^y 
pave* the way for trouble or In- j q; producu of this Infeetlon, 
(ectlon I which are not only In the Joint*, but 



A* you know, the drain on tlie 
mother with child Is often sufficient 
to Isasen the smounl of Bme or 

tosth 




plen^ of food and drinks plenHf of 

mUk. 

Also, it has been well esUMIshed 
that arthrMS or 



to a iMfs estent in the lacie intes- 
tine 



ti aa 



"That's a funny name." 
"No. I don't think so. Ha' 

rheumatism r*n i heard of clrcum»f«ncea 

m thsja xouev has ao ooBtrotf