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Operations Under Direction of Federal Agents 
Result in Arrest of Hundreds Accused of Seeking 
Overthrow of United States Government — Many 
Will Be Deported. 




NEW YORK. Nov. 8. — Federal agents tonifltt continued the 
Ibrusade afainst radical agitators in various parts of the country 
■tarted by Chief Flynn, of the Department of Justice bureau of in- 
vestigation, and his men on Friday night Raids were made fai New 
Tork, Detroit. Trenton and Bridgeport, Conn., with the -result that 
laaay hundreds more agitators charged with advocating overthrow of 
the Ooyernment were taken into custody. A score oi wagon loads of 
anarchistic literature were seized, and at Trenton a quantity of gun- 
pOMfder, wire and electric batteries were found by the Federal agents. 

After the raid at Detroit, A. L. Harkey, chief of the department. 
Indicated that the raids are to continue indefinitely until dangerous 
l y i dic als are utterly routed. 

, "If the backbone of this movement is not broken now, it will be 
before we have finished." he said. 

ftrWew York a total oftl ratdi were made and more than 500 



Captain B. H. Martin. t.N.0., 
has obtained the promis* of Ad- 
sgiinl Viacoont Jailieoe that th« 
latter win be praacnt at a 
chantr and ainokcr to be held 
bf the men who have served un- 
der the White Bnalcn nest 
Tucedar. at 9pjn. The place of 
the event will be announced in 
llondar'a and Tuesday't local 
papers. A presentation sub- 
scribed for by the ez-naval and 
naval omh ^iHil be accorded to 
the Admiral at the fcstiyal, and 

erior to that time will be on cx- 
lUtion at Wilkerson's Jewelry 
Store. Admiral JelUcoe ex- 

Kressed his pleasure at the feel- 
If which prompted the offerina 
of the naval men, and promised 
to enjoy the old-time chanties 
with them in the sinaplc failor- 
like smoker to be held on Tues- 
day. Further developments can 
be made known through tele- 
phoninc Mr. H. P. Helmaing at 
5435 (jjiRce) or at realdcnce, 
2752. Uniform or mufti oaur be 
worn St wilL . r>.- i- 


^^riaoners taken. Of 200 examined up to 2 o'clock this morning, lOO! 
^tnrt ordered held on charges of criminal anarchy. 
' ij- The raids were directed by. the Lusk sUte committee, appointed 
:wy theStm Legislature to investigate radicalism. Agents of the 
department of Justice, New York State troops, State pUin clothes 
men, city detettives and all available city policemen co-operated; 

Search warrants were issued by Chief City Magistrate McAdoo. 
The largest number of prisoners, were taken from a hall on Eaat 
JPifth Street. It was said that 150 persons wire arrested there. 

Thirty-eight places were raided in Brooklyn, where it was said 
that more than 300 suspected radicalf were arrested. 

Among those t«ken it^o custody was "Big Jim" Larkin, Irish 
labor leader, who was takto from his home bv State troopers. A few 
days ago the Britiah consul here r«fus^ to vise passports Larkin had 
for Great Britain. 

Vnlgn of RoMriMi Workers 



WASHINQTDN, Nov. 8.— Inauaur- 
aUns a seneral warfare on radieal 
•liens advocatlns forcible overthrow 
of the Qovernihent. asents of the De- 
partment of Justice. SMlated by the 
ImmlsratlMi bureau, rounded up 
nearly 500 men and wotnen In rslSi 
last nicht and today la more than a 
•core of ciUea, includlns the national 
CMiltal. Vore than SCO of those ^^ 
rested will be held for deportation, 
and It was announce^ at the Depart- 
ment oriuatksti that It wmm the Inten- 
tion to request the Department of La- 
bor to deport all aliens found to be 
•naagsd In radical activities. 

Primarily, the raids, which occurred 
In practically every industrial centre 
in the ISaat and Middle West, were 
aimed at the Union of Russian Worlc- 
ers, an organluitlnn which, Attorney- 
General Palmer disclosed, was formed 
In New York twelve years ago by a 
aroup of men, at the head of whom 
was William Bzatow. now chief of the 
Bolshevlkl police at Petrosrad. 
Bomb Material Found 

In thoir raids in Newaric and Tren- 
ton, N.J., the Federal asents seized 
materials for making bombs and a 
complete counterfeiting outfit, to- 
aethrr with conHlderable counterfeit 
money. In practically every r.*l«l the 
olBcers found great quantitieu of liter- 

The Union of RuHiiInn WorkerK first 
came Into public notice during the 
Benste investigation of the steel 
strike, Jacob Margolls. counsel for the 
Btrlke committee, testifying that ho 
•ought the aid of the Russians In the 
•trike. , _ ;,._ .^ ,„,^. 

Atlomey-tleneral Palmer denrrlbe?! 
the Uuiwlan onion an "even more rad- 
ical than the UolHhevlkl." and de- 
(;lared its purpose was to amalgamate 
all of the RuMuin groupn in the United 
States Into one organisation. Mass 
action, including armed action In time 
of "great national strife," is the prln- 
oiple of the union, he said. 

Bolshevik Schoola 

DETROIT. Nov. 8. — Continuing 
their raids on meeting places and 
homes of mcmbem of the TTnlon of 
Russian Workers, Department of Jus- 
Mce ofUcers tonight added approxi- 
mately 260 alleged radical agitators to 
the fifty-two taken Into oustodjr last 
night and early today. 

Huge quantities of literature and 
repords of the organization were 

Offlolals announced today that six 
Bolshevlkl echools. disguised under 
the general subject of aoRlology, have 
been operating here for weeks extoll- 
ing the soviet form of government and 
teaching the principles, of Bolahcvtsm. 

(Information In the hands of local 
aaents Is that there are sixty branches 
of the Union of Ruaslan Workers In 
America, chiefly In industrial centres 
of the Middle Weet and East. 

Would KUI and Deatroy 
■S CHICAGO. Nov. 8. — Ansasslnatlon 
OS publlo offioiala and -destruction of 
piibllc and private property were 
Of enly advocated In literature of the 
Ihiion of Russian Workers which was 
made the object of Federal raids with 
hundre<tB of arrests last night and to- 
day, the looSl Investigation dkwioeed. 
In Chicago Its per sons were quee- 
tioned but many were reieaeed and 
tbe aotual numt»er held was fifty. 

Community in Vancouver Goes 
Beyond Allotted Quota, and 
Earns HoncJr Flag — Prince 
Rupert District's Work 

WASHINGTON. Nov. 8.^The Prince 
of Wale* and his party will arrive in 
the United State* at Rouse's Point 
next Monday evening .and reach 
Washington at noon, TaWoay. 

Secretary Lansing will meet the 
Prince of Wales at Rouse's Point, and 
will iuB swps M y the »iirty to WaSlT-' 

The Prince will go immediately, to 
the home of Perry Belmont, whtoh 
ha^ been set apart for hini. 

BeM Sagar In VM. 
NEW TORK, Nov. •.— The Sugar 
Equalisation Board issued a statement 
today explaining that it has no con- 
trol over the presant beet crop and Is 
willing that it should be sold any- 
where in the United States. The 
explanation is made to correct what 
Is termed a prevalent Impression that 
the Board has confined the sale of 
beet sugar to certain prescribed ter- 

VANCOUVER, Nov. 8.— Today 
Chinese Day, when the mem- 
bers of the Chinese community of 
the city achieved their allotted quota 
in the Victory Loan campaign, and 
went beyond It and were presented 
with the honor flag, which Mr. Tlh, 
the Chinese consul, assured his SLUdi- 
ence at the Victory Loan salesmen's 
lunch would remain a cherished 
possession so long oa there were 
Chinese residents in the city of Van- 

The quota allotted to the Chin- 
ese originally was 160,000. This was 
later raleed to 1100,000. with the 
promise of an honor fla^ fOr the 
community if this amount were at- 
tained. This afternoon, Mayor Oale 
announced that the Chinese loan 
workers, under the dlrecUon of Wil- 
liam Oilchrlst, Secretary of the 
Cajnada<Chlna Tra4liMt,_Co., Ltd.. 
had raised 'llOZ.380^. "^ • ' 

— ^Victory loan subscriptions in the 
city to date are 1141,000, with the 
Orand Trunk and the shipyards 
still to hear from. Port Esslngton. 
whose quota waji set at 1 9,000, 
over-subscribed to the extent of |3S,- 
000. The whole district is doing re- 
nuirkably well. 

CHICAGO, Nov. 8. — ^To back up 
their charges that some of their em- 
ployers were profiteering, striking 
butchers today opened a large retail 
shop and sold at a profit porterhouse 
steak at 18 cents a pound, veal chops 
at 16 cents a pound, and hamburger 
steak at 10 cents a pound. 





-. The 

Went Over 
Top Yesterday 

Victory Loan Quota Reached at Noon Saturday 

When $3,200,000 Was Subscribed^in Bonds 

—One Week Left to Reach Objective 

of Five Millions 


OrpotfY Victoria ....'..$ ef»,400 

Up.lsland 1 IS.SOO 

Total to IMday mgtat. . g,4«a,oia 


All Isiaud Districts not yet , heard 

SAN ANTONIO, Texaa Nov. %. 
DUgnea, Federal eomanandfir of the gar- 
rison at ClillHishua. has b%ea dlapstched 
at the head of « strong column to meet 
Villa tn an sttempt to step his reported 
advajiee oa Chihuahua. Other. Fedeial 
Uroes from Jlmlnea and Comarege have 
WNn seat to relnforoo Diegueo. 

Thia ^0 the first op«|t attack made by 
T)iu Ja gtere tboa tairty day*, aad a 
dispatch Indicates that he la oemptllMl 

)>y apt— laiWig Wlntef la deooend from 
bis MoiuitaiB^Btroaetioiil la Mareli of 

<^«od,gad olothiag for his commaad. 

Victoria reached her quota of $3.- 
200. 00» invested In Victory Bohda 
yesterda>-#at n(M>n. In hopor of the 
oteoaslon. all the leading factories and 
works blew their whbRles. and the 
Pirlince of Wales Honor Flag was 
proudly hoisted at the Oovernment 
Street headquarters of the loan. With 
thlH record. Victoria was half a day 
ahead of her self-arranged schedule. 

One more week remains to secure 
the objeotlve of 88.000.000, and every- 
one associated with the loan is mor« 
determined than ever that this ob- 
Jectlve eball be reached before the 
campaign closes Saturday next. 

General Clarke desires all those 
who have, already* bought bonds to 
■earch themselves and see if they 
have really bought to the limit. He 
emphasises the arrangements that 
con be made through the banks for 
sniall monthly paymenta of five dot- 
lars ftor every fifty-dollar bond. One 
Interesting point about It is that any- 
one who should later find that they 
have taken out more than they can 
pay for will have no difficulty of 
unl9iullng and shifting the burden on- 
to someone else, and possibly do U 
at a amall advantage. 

Publlrtur Manager Down aoys: "Vlc- 
torU i^ ^»11 ahead of schedulo, 
thanks to the untiring efforts of the 
workers and the splendid response 
which her dtlsens hav]» made during 
the past fortnight. Victoria went over 
the top with a vengeance yesterday. 

"Wo are vr9m4 ad Vto«or«a. bat n«t 
as proud as we will he when sha 
attains her dhjective oi 8l)i*td.ft00. 
One nore week remains to aohlev* 
this. If everyone win render • tha 
same asslatantoe during ine next week 
as hf has eo wttllngly gW«a th« laig 
fortnlaht. no doubt need he expressed 
as to the ultimate outcome" 

Following are the additional names 
up to last night of the 100 per cant 
honor emblem: -^.^ ■ 

Senior — ^H. Smith Plumhlng t 
Heating Co., 2484 Saratoga Ave.; 
Brackman-Ker Milling Co.. all hands, 
1420 Broad St.; Little A Taylor, 
Jewelers, 617 Fort St.; Smith A 
Champion and staff, Douglas St.; 
Columbia Theatre and staff. Govern- 
ment St.; MacKay A Gillespie and 
sta-^f, 738 Fort St.; Gillespie, Hart & 
Todd and staff. 711 Fort St.; Handy 
Candy Store, 1018 Blanshard St.; 
Sprott-Shaw School and" staff, Pem- 
berton BIdg.; Hill Grocery Store. 
Wilson and Front St.; F. B. Oibbs, 
J182 Yates St.; Ting Chong L^ng, 549 
Cormorant St.; B.C. Funeral Co., 734 
feroughton St.; Tee Lun Ark Kee, 

iS84 l^'lsgard St.: WMg Lee" Tuen. 643 
Pisgard St.; Ontario Dressmaking 
Parlors. 218 Menziea St.; Quon On, 
628 Cormorant St. 

Junior — Mrs. K. E. Jones and fam- 
ily. •»• Island Road: Victoria West 
Bntdher Shop, 308 Edward St.; E. 
#herrltt and family. 1128 McClure St.; 
H. F. Duckworth and family. OSS 
Pembroke St.; C. F. Todd and family, 
1041 St. Charles St.; R. w. Oomall 
and family. 2840 Roaeberry Ave.; Mrs. 
B. G. Williams and family. 1807 
Chandler Ave.; Quadra Greenhouses. 
City Market; Alec Sedgley and fim- 
Uy, 1324 Grant St.; J. E. B. Dickson 
and family. 1881 WUmot Place; A. 
R. Mann and family. 1878 Wllmot 
Place; W. B. Baxter and family, 811 
Wilson St.: A. G. Smith and family. 
S514 Shelbourne St.: Charles Moor« 
and family, 1118 Collinson St; Thos. 
and George Cooper. Metchosln, B.C.; 
Sergt.-Major Hooper and family. 
1488 Bsquloialt Road: Mr. and Mrs. 
Penton. 841 Johnson St.; C. B. Hlld- 
reth and family. 1216 St. Patrick St.; 
I.ock 4k Sons. CKy Mmtkmf. Mr. and 
Mrs. G. B. Myem and fcmily. 4* 
Olympla Ave.; A. E. Thompoon and 
family. IfSS Fernwood ltd.; V. A. 
Meredith and family. 884 1 Work St.; 
Mrs. B. Johnson, aad family, SOS 
rroM St.; U A. Cainiibetl and thm- 
Oy, Tit Wllaoa St. 


Organize Under Olfaction of 
Trot2l<y's Local Chief of 
Staff and Overthrow the 
Authorities at Briansic 







Reported to Be Enveloping 
Them and Bombarding Line 
of Retreat — Premief Lloyd 
George Refers to Peace 

LONDON, Nov. 8. — A wireless mes- 
sage from General Dcnikine states 
that the chief of titaCt of the soviet 
army near Brlansk organised an up- 
rising of workmen, occupied Brlansk 
and overthrew the soviet authoritlee. 

COPENHAGEN, Nov. «.— The Let- 
tish Press Bureau announces that on 
the fourth day of their new offensive 
the Letts axe gradually enveloping 
the forces of Col. AvalofT-Bermondt 
and bombarding his lines of retreat, 
with the luslstance of the Attted ITeet. 

German counter-attacks, the press 
bureau continues, have been beaten 
off, but obstinate fighting continues. 
Russian detachments, with British 
officers, are deserting to the Letts. 

LONDON, Nov. 8.— Premier Lloyd 
George, speaking at the Lord Mayor's 
banquet tonight, and referring to the 
Supreme Council's effort at Russian 
peace early this year, said: 

"I hope the time is not disUnt 
when the Powers will be able to re- 
new this attempt with better prospect 
of success." 

LONDON. Nov. 8. — Representatives 
of the Baltic States In conference 
have Issued an official statement ex- 
plaining their attitude regarding their 
entry into negotiations with the Bol- 
shevlkl Oovernment. They point out 
that It is not their Intention to in- 
tervene In the internal affairs of Rtis- 
sla. « 

Advice From IVIr. McQuarrie 
Says Bill Relating to Tram- 
way Jurisdiction is Blocked 
at Ottawa 

VANCOUVER, Nov. 8.— That there 
Is no chat^ce of anything being done 
at Ottawa this session with reference 
to the amending of the recent amend- 
ment of' the Railway Act, is In effect 
the statement of W. O. McQuarrie, 
M.P., In a telegram to Reeve T. San- 
derson, of Burnaby, which was re- 
ceived tonight. The telegram in part 

"Amendment to Rallv/ay Act met 
with serious opposition from mem- 
bers on both sides, and impossible to 
do anything this session." 

"So far as I can see this simply 
m^ans that the t.uostion came up In 
the House, and after it was disclosed 
that there were snags in the way. the 
Government Just dropped it," said 
Mr Sanderson tonight. 

"Mr. McQuarrie rnutit believe thiit 
there is absolutely no use .n tiding to 
do anything further, for he mso stiid 
that he was to leave during the day 
for the West." 



VANCOUVER, B.C.. Nov. 8.— An »p- 
.plication was made to Mr. Justice Mur- 
phy in cbambera by Mr. Owynn this 
morning for a court order confirming a 
provisional agreement arrived at be- 
tween himself as liquidator and Mr. 
E. P. Davis, K.C.. acting on behalf of 
the depositors of the Dominion Trust 
Co., whereby the depositors shall rank 
as ordinary creditors to the extent of 
one-half of their deposlta. 

The agreement provides, however, that 
any set-off a deponitor may have 
against the company shall first be de- 

A weelt'n adjournment wan granted. 

In outlining hi* reasons for aslting for 
the order, Mr. Owynn said that the de- 
positors had all along cfalmed to rank 
as ordinary creditors, but that this 
claim hod been disputed by the liquid- 
ator. This agreement was therefore 
In settlement of this dtepute. 



ROME. Nov. 8. — Disorders oc- 
curred at Milan and Genoa as a re- 
sult of Socialist celebrations on the 
anniversary of the Russian Revolu- 
tion by whiob the Bolshevlkl came 
Into power. 

Shots were fired and many arrests 
were made at Milan, whero the 
Socialists clashed with former aol- 

Troops at Genoa dia|>ersed proces- 
sions of Sociallata carrying red flags 
and pictures of Lanlno. \ 

SoMllpox la Oauirto 

TORONTO. Nov. 8.— Dr. McCulloch. 
Pro\lncUl Health Offtcer. states that 
the smallpox epidemic |b OnUrio 
appears to be worse at Wootetock. 
atratford. St. Catharlnaa. Woodbrldge 
and Mount Oants. although the wide, 
opread demand foi^ vaoolne clearly ln- 
dlcatea that th# dissase la fairly 
artd^aipread. Taronto haa St mma. 




SOFIA. Friday, Nov. 7.~The 
Bolsarian Government coofirmt 
officially the news of the arrest 
on the night of Ndvcmbcr 4 of 
the princwal members of the 
Radoalavoff Cabinet who are 
■till in Bulgaria. The Uovem- 
ment also began negotiations 
to obuin the extradition of the 
former Tsar Perditund. of Pre- 
mier Radoalavoff and of the 
former commander-in-chief of 
the Bulgarian armies, Gkneral 



Judge Anderson at Indianapolis Declares It i^ 

Illegal and Borders on Rebellion — Directs 
That Order Issued From Union Head- 
quarters Be Cancelled 




Union Leaders Indicate That Case Will Be Taken 
to Circuit Court of Appeals — In Meantime Can- j 
cellation of Strike Order Is Expected 

— Answer by November 20 

Distinguished Visitor Will Be 
Guest of Functions — Leaves 
Wednesday for Vancouver 
—Goes East on 1 9th 

Viscount JelUcoe, of Scapa, who 
arrived yesterday afternoon on board 
H.M.B. New Zealand on his Imperial 
Mission \»^lch will carry him around 
the world., will be the guest at a 
number of functions here. 

As now arranged the New Zealand 
will lie in Esquimau Harbor until 
Wednesday next, when she will sail 
for Vancouver with Viscount JelUcoe 
on board. A stay of one or two days 
will be made at the Mainland port, 
after which the battle cruiser will soil 
north, returning to Victoria on the 
19th, and Immediately afterwards she 
wUl sail again for -the Mainland to 
permit tha Viscount to take train for 
Ottawa, where he will confer with 
the Dominion Government. 

During their stay In Victoria Via- 
coiftit and Lady JelUcoe will be guesta 
at Government House. 

In an interview here lost night 
Vleoount JelUcoe took exception to 
cabled dispatches from Australia 
which Intimated that he had mapped 
out a plan for naval co-operation in 
the Far Bast between Great Britain 
and the Dominions. He had been in- 
vited, he said, by the several Domin- 
ions to consult with them on the 
question of naval defence, but it was 
far from hie purpose to lay down 
any bard and fast rule whereby that 
would be accomplished. The cables 
In question had spoken of the co- 
operation of Canada, but he pointed 
out that he had only Just arrived 
here, and, under any circumstances, 
it would be Impertinent on his part 
to attempt to say what should be the 
measure of naval aid to be given by 
this country. He had nothing to say i 
regarding his coming consultation 
with the Dominion Government. He 
h^ been invited and would go to Ot- 
tawa, and if askod for advice would 
glVe It to the beat of his ability. 
01B(!ial Dinner 

Admiral JelUcoe was the guest 
yesterday evening at an official din- 
ner given to him on behalf of the 
Dbminion Government at the Em- 
press Hotel, Vice-Admiral KingsmlU, 
Continued on Page 2 

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., Nov. S.— Cuicell«lio9 of the ilrik* of^ar, 
wUch HBoe midnight on October 31 hM kept foor In 
tmion bitimiinotts millers oat of the coal pit* of tfie ooMBtrjr, 
order ed hy Judge A. B. Anderson in the Federal Djgtrict Coort hg»d 

Violation of the War-Time Federal Food and Fml Cottlrol Ad* 
as alleged by the Attomey-GeneraTs Department, waa aftrmed by 
the cbort, who said that tha strike %vag not only illegal, bat that 
the drcomstances It approached rebeUkm. 

Unless the onion leader s choose to defy the co tli an d thar>i 
no indication tonight of any anch intenlkw they oaa movo only 
towards endtng the, big walkoat The eoort's oidbr waa ao itnriai 
that failope to caned the strike call, or any affihnaliTe word or oolioA 
teadnig to "aid and ahat" tha eontinaance of the alriko, 

wotM anhs 

them violators of die iBJonation aad in contan^ of 

Tonight, tfierpiore, the uiion laadam aia ondir ovdan to iaail 
here M<mday, draw op a caaeallatkm of tha strfln ot^dar, aahiiill it 
far Judge Andarson'a approval by 10 a.m. Tuesday, ind havu nolka 
of it on the %vay to an loaal and distrfct wuoos by 6 P.PI. ttua d«y 

Telagiama aammonmg district praaidenta of t^ jMvn «M 
bara of thf ogacolive board upd tha ceottol •mm^^Hjilfm 
cowunittae to meat here M onday ware dkpatched a few 


UBion oAdM* l^*^ wooM not oomnMot opan tha eourt i^ttioa. 
Mr. C B. Amea, Assistant Attomey-Caneral^ Ay OBBiiMUs J tha aaaa 

''The d^OB ipoalu for ilsalf ." 

foe liMiiiiPvemment, smiled and 
lioalng Fight 

Attorneys for the union fought a 
losing tight from the start of the pro- 
ceedings. First they moved postpone- 
ment for a week, indicataing that 
there was a chance for settlement of 
the strike by that time, Mr. Ames ob- 
jected to poHtponement, and the court 
ordered the case to proceed. Then 
the Government introduced Ave affi- 
davits as evidence that the operation 
of the railroads waa being interfered 
with and that contracts t>etween 
employers and miners had been 
broken. The defence responded with 
Its motion for dissolution of the rj 
training order and argunients 
forwarded. >^ 

Although allowed an hour and a 
half,. Judge Ames took only thirty- 
five minutes in presenting the Gov- 
ernment's cas^. He based his argu- 
ment upon President Wilson's de- 
nunciation of the strike, and said 
that the structure of the Oovernment 
was endangered by the defendants' 
violation of the fuel control law. 
Baaed on' Tjotct Acrt 

From thin point the proceedings 
were pressed by Judge Anderson, 
who gave the attorneys for the de- 


Admiral JelUcoe Is -• 
Here on World Cruise 

« * 

Battle Cruiser New Zealand Dropped Anchor in 

Esquimau Harbor at Three o'Clock Yesterday 

Afternoon From Hawaii — Dipped Ensign to 

Tuir on Way In — Official Calls Made 

With gaUy uniformed marines drawn 
up at attention, and with the fine band 
playing stirring martial tune*, the bat- 
tle cruiser New Zealand glided into 
Rsquimalt Harbor past the entrance 
lighthouse snd the Navy Tsrd'n shore 
battery at three o^lock yesterday after- 
noon. Hhe Miowed sr she reached a posi- 
tion well out In the stream, and an 
anchor chain rattled quickly out and 
down into the water, the Union Jack 
rising a* the some time at the bow. 
Almost iomiediately (TapUin Martin. 
R.N.. superlatendent of the Navy Tard, 
was on hie way out in his speedy 
launch. As he walked to the landing 
stage Just before embarking an old navy 
man grinned and said to him* "Just like 
old times, sir." "Just like old times," 
eame bark. 

Admiral Viscount JelUcoe stood on the 
dectc and received the varloua official 
callers. Following Captain >.artln came 
Major-Oanersl Lerkie, K.O.K., accom- 
panied by bis staff oaiosr. Lleilt.-Col. 
Bennett. .\s the bead of MHItary Dis- 
trict No. II left the New Zealand In 
the launch thirteen guns boomed out a 
•aluie. Then came VIce-Admlral Klngs- 
mUl, Canadian Director of Naval Af- 
fairs, who remained on beard in een- 
sultatisa with Vlacount Jellieoe. He waa 
occonpaaled by C?emmaoder Btepbens, 
Chtef or Naval SUff. CMUws. who la 
attached to Admiral Jeilleee's auff dur- 
ing his visit, aad rUg Uleot. MeUea. 

At (:SS L«rd aad Lady Jetllcoe wea« 
aabore aa^ «et Lieut. O av m ior and 
l.ady Baraerd with whota they dfova ttf 
Oovemnseai If«a*e far lea.. Krem thara 
the dlatlaguiahed visitors nsetrad to tha 

Empresv Hotel to attend the ofriolal 
dinner given la their honor at the Rm- 
preaa Hotel by Vice-Admiral Klngsmill. 
The New Zealand left Honolulu last 
Friday week for this port. She encoun- 
tered Home fog In the Straits but was 
not delsyed thereby. Arriving off AVll- 
llam Head the battle rruloer sloweo 
while the quarantiito tender Madge went 
alongside with Or. Nelseo. The New 
Zealand then proofeded slowly t» Bo- 
4ulmalt, pratique being granted before 
arrival there. The Producers' Hock and 
Oravel Company'a tug Mystery, bound 
from the Royal Bay pit to the Inner 
Harbor with ) a scow of aand ballast. 
Waa the fIrstXvessel to greet the .\ew 
Zealand. She Stopped to allow the ma- 
jestic battleship to pass ahead InU E«- 
quimalt. and the warship courteously 
dipped the ensign la response (o' th3 
tug** almllar salute. 

The New Zealand left ICngland laat 
February oa a tour of the world for 
the purpose of allowtng Admiral lelh- 
•oe to study naval affairs throughout 
the EmplrsL Calls were made at Gib- 
raltar. Port gald. Sues. Aden, ttombny. 
Karachi, Colombo, several Australian 
aorts. several New Zeaload parts. 
Christmas Island. Fanning Islhad. aad 
aeveral other Paeifle island points, guva. 
■onolultt and BUo. From Victarte tha 
kettle cruiser sails to Vonrdoeer early 
la tbe week, and will remain tborr anttl 
the Ifth. wlMin «h« will return here for 
coal aad stores beCare pi n u ee dla g arouad 
«o the Atl8»t*c oaast via Panana. the 
wlU got«o*aMi<b Afrtsn from ttere. 

The New g es l siid mskes a sea speed 

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fenae little opportunity to pp Into 
legal points which they, tried to got 
Into the records. He upheld in overy 
particular the contentions of tha 
Government that the strike wag illeg- 
al uhder the Lever Food and Fuel 
Act, and said that the upholding of 
this act was the only question ho- 
fore the court. At one stage he In- 
dicated that the right to strike was 
not applicable to the cose, because 
none of the defendants to the pro- 
ceedings was earning his living by 
working aa a miner, but he allowed 
the argunients to proceed on the 
theory that the union officials ware 
proper agents of the miners, carry> 
Ing out orders given by their prln* 

' Almost* ^Immediately, however, the 
court threw the discussion hack t« 
the war-time powers of the fuel and 
food control laws, and advised de- 
fense attorneye not to waste time 
by arguing other questions. Judge 
Anderson next stifled this line of 
debate also by announcing that he 
waM going to hold the L«evor Act eon- 
Htilutionol and in effect until Presi- 
dent WllHon formally decrees the end 
of the war. 

"This ease," he said, In issuing 
the lnJun(;tlon, "involves solely thS: 
questldn of enforcing the law.. It Is 
my absolute duty to uphold the law, 
which no man and no body of men 
has the right to override. Were we 
to admit even In the slightest degrae 
a contrary right wa would under- 
mine the foundations of tha rapub- 

"The Government Is right In seek- 
ing to uphold its own laws and In 
asking Its courts to aid It. These men 
have done an Illegal act, from which 
irreparable injury results to the oom- 

Roots Until !fov. M 

The injunction, praparad by thg 
Attorney-General's department ig 
Washington, repeated the restraining 
order of October II, which forbade 
the issuing of any messafes of "ex* 
hortatlon or anoourogemmit" to thh 
strikers, and aloO tied U0 the unlon'i 
relief fund. It then provided the 
mandate for cancellation of tho strike 

If left to pursue the normal ooars^ 
the injunction proooedings probably 
will rest until November 20. Tto d^ 
fondants have until that date fo flie 
an answer, and when that time «kpir«a 
It In within the province of the Oov^ 
•mment attorneys to ask that ths 
temporary injunction issued today be 
made per/kianent. It waa pointed ot0 
by Government offletals that this wag 
expected to result. Inasmuch aa Jndgg 
Anderson decided the laouea In the 
case today. 

Attorneya for tho ratners Indleatai 
that they will uke the case to the 
United Htates circuit court of appeals 
at Chicago at the earliest pooalM^ 
date. 8uoh action, however, will not 
atfect the injunction proceediaga. not 
the Oovernment's plan to ask that the 
temporary injunction be mado per* 
manent on Novanber 2S. In tht 
meantime, it Is polntod out that^h4 
court's ordor to^all off the atrlha 
bo oarrte^ out 

May RcooM Weife 
WA»HfMGTON, ttov. I. — Wt 
Judge Anderson's orders to 
tha aiaersT unioa u 
atrlfco order waa reeaived hy 

hare apparently 
TMsy had ketlaved tha ( 
or^mr would be wUBdcava from 
eeert and getttstf aalitdty 

The oeaHfa rulkNi: lfeMbv«r. wa^ 
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WA8HINOTON. Nov. t.— FlnaHy 
refiiiUic to incltidQ an anti^a^rike pro- 
rialon In Ita provrarome of permanent 
rallrolUI lafflalifttioii. the Iloiu>e Inter- 
•t^.Comtqefoa Comanittee cuinpleted 
tonlsht a bill which wJll be preitented 
(or conaldaratlon by th^ Hpuae. b«- 
ytnnlns on Tuesday. Pasaaso of tha 
bill by tha and of nest vraak M 
planned. Republican Leader Mondell 
informed the Hotiae on adjournment 
tonivht. By that time, he aald. ha 
hoped the treaty situation In the Sen- 
ate would be euoh as to permit ad- 
journment of the Hpeclal aeaalon of 
-CoBfreM. Night MMlons of the House 
win be held next week, it neceeaary, 
to p«a8 the bill, he added. 

The committee worked all day on 
the labor provlalone. ' Various forms 
of anti-strike leffialatlon. Including a 
provlalon carrying ilne and imprison- 
ment for workers, w^re voted down, 
none of the proposals receiving more 
than a half dosen votea. A minority 
report on this or other provisions on 
which the committee failed tn agree 
unanimously la not expected, but the 
dlaagreeing ' committeemen said the9 
would carry the fight Into the House. 





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Director of Federal Naval Affairs, 
being the host. Besides the guest of 
the evening and his staff and a num- 
har of ofBcers from the New Zealand, 
Lieutenant-Governor Barnard, Pre- 
mier Oliver and the members of the 
Cabinet. Mr. W. J. Bowser, K.C.. 
Mayor Porter and the aldermen, Oen- 
eraj Sir Arthur Currle. Major-General 
R. G. E. Leckle and prominent citl- 
sens were present. 

In a brief speech Viscount Jellicoe 
paid a high tribute to the part which 
Canada had played in the Great War 
and spoke of the admiration lir the 
Navy of the Canadian Co^s, with 
whose name he coupled that of Bir 
Arthur Currle, whose qualities of 
leadership he said had been so ably 

On Monday Admiral Jellicoe will 
inspect the Navy Yard and the pro- 
posed location of the national dry- 
dock here, and during the day will 
be presented with an address by naval 
and ex-naval men who saV service 
during the war. In the evening he 
and t*dy Jellicoe will be guests at 
a ball to be held in their honor at the 
Empress Hotel at which over 1,060 
people are expected to be present. On 
Tuesday Admiral Jellicoe will Bp|ak 
at a dinner given to him by the Can- 
adian Club. 

At the Alexand** Club on the 
same evening the petty offlcers and 
men of the battle cruiser will be the 
guests of members of the B^ulmalt 
dockyard staff. 

On Tuesday evening at the Empress 
Hotel at «:15 o'clock Viscount Jelli- 
coe will be the guest of the Canadian 
Club. Many tickets have been sold 
for the function. At «:45 o'clock 
members of the Women's Canadian 
Club will be admitted to hear the ad- 

Entertainment of the boys on the 
New Zealand will be afforded by the 
Knights of Columbus on Tuesday night 
at the Hut on Fort Street. 



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the mooring buoys in Esqulnutlt Harbor 
owing to the depth of water she draws. 
Practically as soon as t»»« battle cruiser 
osased moving plnoaces and cutters were 
in the water. 

••MMi mutt 

The foUowing Is a list of the per- 
sonal and general sUff of Viscount Jel- 
licoe of Scapa, a.C3., O.M., O.C.V.O.: 

Personal Staff — Paymaster-CapUhi 
H. H. Share, C.B., R.N.. secreUry; Lt. 
U V. Morgan. M.V.O., D.8.C.. R.N., Flag 
Ueutenant and SIgpal Officer 

Oeoeral Staff — Commander F. C. 
Dreyer, C.B.. CJB.E., R.N.. Chief of 
Staff: Capt. Oliver Leggett, R.N., Flag 
Captain and CapUin of H.M.S. New Zea- 
land; Commanded B. H. Ramsay. M.V.O.. 
R.N., Flag Commander; Commander H. 
R. Sawbrldge. K.N., for anti-submarine 
duties on staff; Commander Thomas P. 
Calvart, R.N., for submarine duties on 
Starr and Kxeoutlve Officer; Lteut.- 
Colonel E. U. Jl^ Jaobertson, p.F.C.^ 
RA.F.. Air Rapresentative on Staff; 
Lisut.-Coinmander R. H. R. de Sails. 

at work not later than next Thurs- 
day. The statement by olBoers of the 
United Mine Workers that they bad 
no desire to Aght the Government was 
•eeeptod generally as the tooling and 
attitude of the men. 

Department o( Justloo oflolalS SSid^ 
tonight they believed th« ofBoera of 
the miners' organtiation wlio called 
the strike would formally Issue the 
cancellation notice at their meeting 
at Indianapolis Monday. Annoanoo- 
ment by counsel for the mtnara that 
acting President Lewis unquestionably 
would abide by the court's ord%r Indi- 
cated, according to most latkor lead- 
ers, that the men would return to 
work when I.ewls directed. 

^ Threatena t* Plglil 

PITT«BUIUS. Kanaas. Nov. •—''Re- 
gardless of the Injunctions, priaons 
and judges In the United BUtea. I will 
not altar ray stand, for 1 believe we 
are right," tonight declared Alexan- 
der Rowat. President of District 31. 
United Mine Workers of America, 
when questioned as to what hl« atti- 
tude would be' toward the mandatea 
ItMued In Indianapolis today. Presi- 
dent THowat said the court order 
"makes no dltTerence In the situation 
to me." *, 

In'fa'oe o'fthe'Ooverrfment order to 
withdraw Um strike. Mr. Howat aald 
that It, was putting things to a show- 
down^ "and I am going to fight," 

BILTJLNGB, Mont.. Nov. S. — ^The ac 
tlon of the United States District Court 
•i Indianapolis in ordering the United 
Mine Workers to withdraw the strike 
will have no effecf on the strike situa- 
tion In the opinion of Harry Drennan, 
President of District N6. 27 of the 
order, em^N-aolag Monta^ aaA M^tli 
Oakota. i : .. j .;■ '■ - ••i- ''; mY^ i'i , i 

"Offlciala of tha unton are oartlrinf 
out the orders of the national con- 
vention in conducting the strike," said 
brennan. "and the convention was 
composed of elected repreaantatlves of 
the miners, who received their instruc- 
tions b«fore'they. left their homes. The 
ofilcers are not responsible." 

D.S.C., R.N.. Secretary's Clerk to Ad- 
miral Jellicoe; Paymasters Sub-Lieuten- 
ants R. F. Bgerton. R.N., and C. F. La- 
bordek R.N.; Paymastev Lieut. E, D. 
Guinness, RN.R. ^ 

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WINNIPEG. Nov. 8. — With the 
sympathetic strike issues sharply to 
the fore, and nomination day only a 
little mor« than a week away, the 
civic election-campaign is now in full 
swing. ^' 

Despite the effort made to confine 
the contest'^ two. candidates tn each 
ward, ' the iadfoatlons are that there 
win be a ihree-cornered fight in 
Wards 1, « and 7 . 

The probable slate, according to 
latest developments. Is: Far Mayor — 
Charles E. Gray and S. J. Farmer 
(labor). Ward 1 — J. Sullivan. I. 
Cockburn and 8. Oartwright (labor). 
Ward 2 — F. F. O. Fowler, F. G. Tip- 
ping (labor). Ward I — George 
Fisher, John Sampson (labor). Ward 
4— A. McLean, T. T. Flye (labor). 
Waird 6 — N. S. Bgal. John Queen 
(labor). Ward 6 — R. Hamlin, J. U. 
Kaplanovltch, J. Blumberg (labor). 
Ward 7— A. McLellan, O. W. Cooper 
J. Jones (labor). / 


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PARIS. Nov. 8. — Premier Venlxelos 
of Greece appeared before the Su- 
preme Council today and defended 
the action of Greece in Smyrna, when 
It was first occupied by Greek troops. 
The defence was based upon points 
in the report of the Inter-Allied Com- 
mission, which reported unfavorably 
to Greece. 

Premier Venlzelos charged that the 
Commission's information regarding 
Ihe alleged slaughter of Turks in 
Si'mrna was incorrect. He com- 
plained bitterly that Greece was not 
represented on the Commission when 
the testimony was taken. 



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of fifteen knots, although capable />f 
from twenty-five to twenty-eight. The 
cruisers stayed a few hours at Hllo, 
Hawaiian Islands, while a party went to 
see the volcano which has been in 
eruption nearby. 

The New Zealand was completed In 
the United Kingdom in 1911 for the 
colony which ^eventually presented her 
to the Home Government. In 1913 she 
circled the world, and called here. In 
1914 she saw her first war service, and 
during the great conflict was engaged 
at Jutland and Dogger Bank. She was 
struck only once, and that at Jutland, 
safferlBg damage btit having no casu> 

Canteen Steward Jarre^t says that he 
Is the only man on the New Zealand 
who has been with the ship since she 
was built eight years ago. A number 
of them were through the naval battles 
with the c#ulser. 

A large llt>erty party aeatterod 
through the city last night. 

Oovernment and city officials will pay 
an official visit to the New Zealand on 

The New Zealand was unable to use 


PARIS, Nov, 8. — Captain Andre 
Tardieu, who on Thursday was ap- 
pointed Minister of Blockade and In- 
vaded Regions, to succeed Altoert Le- 
brun, who resigned, yesterday as- 
sumed office. He was introduced to 
the personnel at the Ministry. 

Addressing the men, Captain Tar- 
dieu asked their earnest co-opera- 
tion, assuring them of his protection 
against unjust criticism. 

"The liberated regions must be 
taken care of promptly," he said. 

The appoin^ent of Captain Tar- 
dieu to the post vacated by M. Ce- 
brun is nteeting with general ap- 
proval in French political and busi- 
ness circles. 

SiHnr la New Brunawlck 
ST. JOHN, N.B., Nov. 8. — There Is 
almost a foot of snow in the west and 
northwest sections of York County, as 
a result of this week's storm. In some 
places there are five-foot drifts. 

Belgian RoynltlPB at Aaomi 

^ONTA DELiCJAnA, Azores. Nov. 8. 
The King and Queen of the Belgians 
arlved hero this afternoon. After a 
brief visit they will resume their 

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COLUMBUS, Ohio. Nov. «.— Ohio last 
Tuesday voted to sustain the action oS 
its legislature in ratifying the Pederat 
prohibition amendment by i majority of 
1,4S0, according to complete returns 
tnmi all but two precincts In the state, 
and official returns from 79 of the » 
counties, received and tabulated tonight. 

The vote stood: For ratlfioatloa, 499,- 
77<: af^alnst. 499,291. 

Although I'eturns on the other pro- 
hibition qUf^atlons had not been ta4)u- 

lated officially, they indicated that the 
repeal of ftate-wlde prohibition was de- 
feated by thlrtjr thousand or mor% that 
the 2.70 per cent beer proposal wsa de- 
feated by a majority of 1I>,000 or morr, 
and that the "wets" succeided in de- 
feating the Crabbe prohibition enforce- 
ment act by It majority ol 2«,000 or 
more. V,^ 

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Col. Feck'N Plaaa 

W. Peek, V.C:, who is her* today, 
plans spending the Winter In the dis- 
trict, with headquartars at Prince 
Rupert. Moreton Frewen and party, 
who have been on Queen Charlotte 
Islands in connection with returned 
soldiers' fishery and tarmlog oolonixa- 
Uon schemes, leara for Vancouver 
earljr aaxt week. 

CMUo TMevM Soatanoed 

VANCQirVBR, Nov. S.— Arnold and 
Alfred Jenaen. brothers, of Keremaoe. 
ware sentenced at the Assise Court 
here to four j'sen* Imprisonment on 
a charge of having concealed tha 
hides of two aCoani. wMeh, the In- 
dloUnont allegod, h#d been atelen. 
Potor Tartaahot and rntilcola Qoa*- 
tlar, Indiana, p l e ad ed gtMlty to cattle 
sta&Uag and worn each ganteneed to 
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* RIO DB JAKCISO. Nov. >.— The 
Chamber of Pepatie. 3r. rt.rd ay aftM-- 
no<sn approvM th. VersatUM peace 
tnMty witboat dlMBuaelofl pr' aaiwid- 
mSWt. .The treaty now Will go to the 
8«n.te. Prompt action on the treaty 
was takaa at th. reqaest of Deputy 
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DtlifcW. i?y, who explained the vartons 
or the docvmMit. 




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TOKIO. Nov. 4. — (D«Uyed) — Tlie 
conciliatory and dlanificd nature of 
Japan's r«ply to the ^American not* 
of last September oomplalntna of laek 
of co>opcratlon of JapaneM troopa la 
the operation of the Trana-Siberlan 
Railway is believed here to have re* 
moved any danger of aerioua compli- 
eationa between Japan and the United 
States over conducttns the railway. 

In effect, tho reply rattfiea th« 
arranrement readied- at Vladivostok 
by Roland S. Morris. United States 
Ambassador, and Oeneral Otl, com- 
mander of the Japai^ese foroes In 
Eastern Siberia, and commita Japan 
to oo-operatlon in the futore. Under 
|the circumstances It Is considered 
unlikely here that the United States 
will further pursue the matter. 

The Chinese consortium question, 
howe>(ei'. haa come strongly to the 
foreground as a problem ro luirlng 
Immediate and frank negotiations. 
The Washington Qovemment recent* 
ly InformiCd the Oovernraent of Japan 
that the United States Is quite qii- 
able to accept Japan's proposal to 
exclude certain distrlcte of Eastern 
Inner Mongolia and Southern Man- 
churia from the scope of the con- 
sortium. Announcement of an inde- 
pendent loan to China of ISO, 000, 000 
by a Chicago bank was made simul- 
taneously. The loan Is secured by a 
tobacco and wine monopoly. 

nnmpr innri np 


Visits Botfi Houses at Ottawa 
and Shakes Hands With the 
Members — Made Life Mem- 
ber of Press Gallery * 


Gives Judgment After Hearing 
Arguments of Packers- 
Products Originating in U.S. 
Are Exempted. 


Six-roomed house, almost new, full-sized cement basement, 
with exceptionally large lot, must be sold. A snap at ^,400. 

Wanted to Rent — An eight-roomed house, modern and 
close in. 

Gillespie, Hart i& Todd, Ltd. 

Ail Lines of Automokile laturtnce. Atk Ul for Rates 
WNwa »040 711 F«rt Stnat 

Conotry Home Wfth Half Acre Close h 

Six-room new and modern bungalow, with" furnace, laundry tube, 
cement baaemcat, etc. Three good-size bedrooms, with clothes 
closets; living-room and dining-room have beam ceilings, fireplace*, 
etc; bath and toilet separate; bathroom has special fixtures, such as 
!»/»« bath* tub, large wash basin, medicine chest, etc. Land consists 
of Vi-zcTc of good high land, all cleared and cultivated, with fruit 
trees. Good garage at back of property, also decorative trees, and on 
a good paved road, close to city. 



1144 Poffiaa Strsat Twa Mioms, 1464 and 4624 

■A "it' 


six Acrei, til under eultlTttlon, 4 teres of ipples. pears etc 
to full betrtnc: 3 teres finest kottom land, all cleared and caltt- 
rtted; city wtter; house of 5 rooms, btrn, chicken boMses. etcj 
within 3 -mile circle, close to ptved rotds. 

FriM far Qidak Safe. 97.000.00. E—j Term. 


We ktve t cHeat that will pay tkout fi.Soo ctsb for t 
OHOOined Bungtiow. Must be located o» food tiiad lot: vttue 
up to #3,500; balance oo mortfife. 


▼nrroBXA, a. i 

OTTAWA, Nov. 8.— The Board of 
Commerce, m a Judgment signed by 
Commissioners Robson, O'Connor and 
Murdock. confirms the general order 
of the Board in respect to prices 
charged by the packers of and dealers 
in pork productn. The order was made 
after a hearing of the packers this 
week. However, the Judgment makes 
amendments with respect to commo- 
dities such as mess pork and lard 
that originate in the United States. 
They are exempted from the order. 
The Judgment says on thU point: 

"It appears, with respect to the' 
commodities mesa pork and lard, that 
such thereof aa , originate in the 
United States of America cost at 
present higher prices than will per- 
mit their sale within Canada at the 
prices at which pursuant to the order 
they ought to be sold, and that sales 
would be made at a loss. It is or- 
dered that until a further order of 
the Board the said commodities when 
so originating:, but not otherwise, 
stand excepted from said orders." 

Canadian Horses In Enxlairid 

LONDON, Nov. 8 —The first open 
sale of pure bred Percheron horses 
ever held In this country was held 
yesterday at llendon. The animals, 
recently imported from Canada, 
brought an average price of £224. 


Framed Pictures 

For X,mas, Birthday 
or Anniversary 

What could be more acceptableT 
Nothing no beautifully reflects the ar- 
tistic tcmoeramsnt of the giver or im- 
parts Ruch lasting pleasure to the 
recipient us a tastefully frkmed picture. 

We have a lovely range of framed 
pictures at prices from flS.OO to 9S.00 

OTTAWA. Nov, 8. — Tiie Prince of 
Wales visited' the House of Commons 
yesterday, and all the members were 
presented to him. 

At the conclusion of the ceremony 
In the Commons chamber. His Royal 
Higbneas expreaaed the desire to 
meet the members of the press gal- 
lery, who were presented by the 
preeldent. W. W. Wallis, and Seore- 
tary Chiaholm. His Royal Highness 
was made a ^Ife member of the gal- 
lery before leaving the House. 

On his arrival In the chamber the 
Prince was conducted by the ser- 
geaat-at-arms to the foot of the 
Speaker's throne, where he stood at 
attention while the meml>ers, led by 
R. L. Richardson, Springfield, sang 
the national anthem. Afterwards the 
members filed past and were pres- 
ented to tho Prince bjf the Speaker. 
Hon. B. N. Rhodea. 

Bvldently still suffering from "the 
Canadian grip," the Prince extended 
his left hand in each case, and many 
of the members, as they stepped 
forward, did the same. 

Following the presentation of tho 
members His Royal Highaess) spoke 
briefly, thanking the members for 
the coiVlal invitation and welcome 
and assuring them he could not have 
left Canada without visiting the 
House of Commons. 

When he returned to Canada next 
time, he said, which he hoped would 
not be very long, he hoped to find 
the members of the Commons and 
the Senate established In their more 
comfortable Quarters in the new^ 



In leaving hla farewell was "Au 
revolr, but not goodbye, gentlemen." 

Later In the day Sir George Foster 
moved, seconded by Hon. Macken- 
zie King, that the House express ap- 
preciation of the visit of the Prince 
of Wales and that the speech made 
by him be recorded in Hansard. The 
motion was unanimously adopted. 

His Royal Highness also visited the 
Senate, shaking bands with the 
Speaker and with all the members 
of the Upper House in attendance. 


Says He Is Willing to Discuss 
Peace Terms With Allied and 
Associated Powers jf They 
Are Submissive 

J. Sommer & Sons 



It St. 


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At prices that arc possible only in this 
modern, money-saving system of distribut- 
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StroBf Dvteh Cocoa. UntwatttuaJ Per lb 
Hor1Mc^l Mahad Milk— Hotpital size 
Holbrook'a Coatard ^wder^Bic value, tin 
tw^Jfald ■ tadad KaUa»~l5-oe. pkta 
Ubbjr^ Tonato Soap— Per tin 

Table Salmott-~l>tb. ttnt 

Nortliwagt Laowo Cakaa-^Per lb. 

(Like Home-made Cookiet) 
ClMioa Larf* TaUa Ayyka 3 Ibt. ...J 

Joky Oraoca»— Good eite. per docev 

Beat QvalHjr PaMrat B mui — Per lb. 

Per dozen >. __— ,.«...>...^.. 

MM flagar-Cwad HaaM— Whole or H, per lb. .. 



The Low Grade 

Allison Fuel Burner 

Gives You Miles at 

Ask the man who has one. 
It saves you money on any 
make of Car, Marine or Sta- 
tionary Gas Engine. 

We supply and fit them 
at the 

Gordon Garage 

•11 Cordott St. 

LONDON, Nov. ».— The Daily Her- 
ald, the Labor organ, has printed 
the full draft of the conditions upon 
which the leaders of the Soviet Oov- 
ernment in Rusaia are willing to dis- 
cuss peace terms with the Allied and 
Associated Powers, which were 
brought to London by Lieut.-Cnlonol 
liestrango Mulone. Liberal member of 
Parliament, who recently -returned 
from a visit to Russia. 

The Soviet Government, according 
to the draft, proposes a peace con- 
ference In a neutral country aftHt 
an a«rreement on an armistice for all 
the fronts. Including the border 
states, all tho de facto governments 
meantime to remain in c<mtrol. 

The blockade would be reiiiov<>d 
and the Soviet Govenmient and IIju 
nationals of the Associated and Allied 
Qovernments would have freo rights 
of transit over all tho railways an,l 
at ports of the former Russian Em- 
pire, including the border itateH and 
Finland, and free trade communica- 
tion in and out of the country. 

Tho conditions provide that the 
Soviet Qovernment would be entitled 
to send representatives to all Allied 
countries, for the withdrawal of ull 
Allied troops from Russian territory 
and the cessation of Allietl niiUtniy 
help to the Russian foro»-«. The 
Soviet Government also promis4)ti to 
recognise all foreign debt 'jbiigiitlons 
of the former Rus<rian Empire. 

Willingness is exprcsaed by the 
Soviet Government for a conference 
on this basis provided -Uie Allies 
make a proposal before November 15. 

The Soviet Government is "anxious - 
to have a semi-official guarantee from 
the American and lirltish Cio.vwrn- 
ments that they will do their utmost 
to ensure that France llv<«.t np to the 
conditions of the armlBtlce." 

The draft concludes by saying that 
the Soviet Government "hopes it 
will not be necessary to transfer this 
offer, with necessary modifications, 
to the Central Fowers." 



Residential and 
Agricultural Properties 

C Wallich 

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C mi %ct m m BlaUoa, B.CL 



TORONTO, Nor. S— Col. Arthur 
Lynch, former member of the Rrltlsh 
Parliament for West Claire. Ireland, 
once under sentence of death for par- 
tlcli>atlon in the Boer War acalnst 
Great RrlUln, and an artlve pro- 
British officer in the Great War, ar- 
rived here today In oonneotlon with 
a lecture tour. In an Interview on 
the Irish situation Col. Lynch said: 

"The British Government recently 
publleked the main lines of a bill 
which they hope will settle the Irteh 
queatlon. but which I think has no 
chance of lM>c«ming law and la only 
for the porpo— of gaining time. In 



*'A Good Invcttment'* 





BUY ^<* 


Store Hoiir»N-9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Wednesday, 1 p.iii. 


4 ^ ,•• 't 

Handsome Coats of Black 
Plush, With Co llars 

■ ■ ■ I 1 ■ r ■ v I I 'i, , m 

of Fur 



New Plaid 

Exclusive styles 

It is hard to imagine 
more attractive materials 
than shown in these sep- 
arate Skirts. Accordion 
pleating is very effective, 
but other box and side 
pleated models are equal- 
ly as attractive. The fav^ 
ored color, brown, is 
noticed in either stripe or 
check. On display in the 
Skirt Section Monday. 


At $25.00 to 140.00 


The lavish use of fur for 
trimming is a distinguishing fea- 
ture of these handsome Black 
Plush Coats. "They have just 
that 'Wintry' look I want in a 
Coat," is the compliment many 
women pay them. 

Their great, becoming collars, 
many times fastening at the side 
m entirely new ways, seem to 
have successfully usurped the 
reign of separate fur sets this 
season. All are handsomely 

Priced at $79.00 to $175.00 


t t 

A Superb Collection of 

Handsome Evening Gowns-r-Rea<jy 

?: i ' 

.jt, • .1 *• 

for Your Inspection 

The lovely new colors of this season are used most advantageously hi these 
fetchipg new Evening Gowns. Glowing shades in rich silks are softly subdued with 
graceful lace tunics or with veiled chiffon effects, while the perky stiffness of other 
silks accentuates the quaint charm of many another model. Inspection invited. 

. Prices, $35.00 to $i 50.00 



e • 



Many Beautiful 

Imported Hair 

Women who are searching 
for a handsome hair ornament 
for evening wear wUI surely 
find something out of the or- 
dinary in this showing of 
handsome imported hair 
ornaments. Special display 


An excellent selection of 
dainty imported French 
Fans, featuring various sites, 
in many charming glittering 
effects and at just the prices 
you wish to pay. 

Long Kid and Silk 
• Gloves 

Pre-War Qualities at Pre-War Prices 

20 - Button Length Glace Long Suede Kid Gloves. " 

French Kid E v e n i n g in btacic, white, grey and 

Gloves, very fine quality, champagne, at, per pair, 

black and white; all sizes f2.7S and 13.35 

at, per pair #4.25 20 - Button Length Silk 

16-Button Length Glace Gloves, in shades of sky. 

Kid G 1 o V e $, in black. ^A'i' J^V^^T^lJ^'K' 

white, sky. pink and iJir^J'J,"'' "'* *^'*/; SV 

champagne, all sizes, at. P" P*'' »*•'' 

per pair J3.25 i 6 - Button Le n g t h Silk 

Gloves, in black, white, 

12-Button Kid Gloves, fine sky, gold, champagne, 

quality, black and white, pink, Nile and lavender, 

at, per pair »2.50 at, per pair |1.2^ 

The Wanted Shades in Silk 


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Fine Quality Gold Thread 
SHk stockings at, per 
pair, la.SO and... f 3. 75 

Pure Silk Thread Stock- 
ings, in white, sky and 
fleih, at, pair 93. 7S 

Blftck "Drop-Stitch" Silk 
Stoekingt, excellent 
q^lillty at, pair.. .>3.25 

Fine Silk Thread Stock- 
ings, with strengthened 
lisle top and reinforced 
tole; black, white, cham- 
|)»ftie, Russia calf, cor- 
^4avan, silver, grey, 
smoke and navy..|i.7S 

Black "Lace-Stitcb" Silk 
Stockings at, pair, 93.50 

"Holeproof" Silk Stock- 
ings, fashioned with 
deep ribbed lisle top«» 
in black, nrhlte, petrl, 
navy, gunroetal, brick, 
tan, brown and cham- 
pagne, at, pair. . .#2.00 

Fine Pure SUk Thread 
Stockings, excellent 
quality; black, white, 
and ail the favored col- 
ora, with silk plated 
lisle garter top, at, per 
pair #3.25 



the lancuage of the prise rlnf, 
Lloyd Oeerge la simply "aparrlna: for 
wind." The bill will not l>e accepted 
either by the Ulsterltea on referen- 
dum or 6y any Katlonallat. exeept 
the extremely amall minority. 

"The bill in short is an example 
of the ueual capacity which the Kn- 
Klteh cablneta have shown toward 
Irish aflCalra. 

"Ireland and Enrtand have come to 
a deadlock. It aeema to me that It 
will require great tact and extraordl> 
nary lock to avoid a collision which 
will result In more bloodshed and the 
sUrrlns up of bittemeas and batred 
whleh will conUnns for veaeraUona.** 


L,ONDON, Nov. «. — Edmund 
Burke. , of Montreal, formerly staJT 
captain at Snd Division headqaartera, 
soorsd a s t i fi eees In the title role la 
"Priaoe XwoT* •X Cevent Oardoa last 
«veatao. Tke psrformanee svas ai- 
tendod by tho Kla* aa« Qaeaa «f 


V ae 

dMfL «]ito T«^ 


■a-irr-n ' — ^"-' - ■ > 




Tk« ^w-,— ., ^— - 

M«r. UmiUd ItaMMtr. 

J. U Van. Bmw*m 

vT««rt» .... 
<hMrt«rty . 

•tit •>« ••« 

ffwidajr. November t, 



, Victoria i« weU on Ui«'«»*« »<> ■«'"' 
•crlb« $6,000,000 U> Ui« Victory 1-owi. 
and during th« present week It !■ 
hoped that pbJecUve will bo roaobed. 
la fact that It ma.y be poealWe to c«t 
a« bUh aa ♦•,000,000. An unuanal 
effort to to be made In the nnar stage 
to break alt previous records In similar 
loans. Knthualaem Is growing as the 
campaign near* Its end. larger eub- 
•oriptlons are coming In and the sales* 
men are encouraged In proportion. 
One feature which can be improved 
during the present week Is the^ot 
that while th« «tty as a whole la^tea- 
ponding tJNA^ IIM |»ercenUgo ot lii4l- 
vidual subocrlptiona to ttot "o high as 
It should bo. fti BrlUfh Columbia as 

a whole Uii'Uflf »«»»«"» »»»• '^<«'«» *»' 
J»l«. U# to ifpvember 6 the number 
of appUeati<9W wa» only 45 per cent 
of that i|M* r—T thovadl the total re- 
sult In ¥ea4 s«Jea waa nearly eq«al 
to that ftt tha aamo «•<• »n the 1918 
campaign, huii yr *»»• proporUon 
of subacrlbafT was one in nve of the 
population of the Prpivlncc, and the 
object Is to better this percenUge In 

_lhe^jure»en]l;,4«lV*- . 

All over the Province efforts are- 
being mado to ^leb|*tB Armistice Day, 
by anneunelag the fact that Brirtsh 
Columbia's qttota baa been reached. 
What Victoria can do to help forward 
this result will, we feel sure, be 4on«. 
Throughout the Dominion there to sure 
to be a reawakening of Interest In the 
full and coipplete success of th* Xban 
duripg the present week. The money 
to needed to meet war liabilities and 
to asstot In the Usk of repatriation. 
Canada has it to furnish to the Clor- 
emment ahd there should be al; least 
half a^ billion subscrtbed, In which 
case the loan will be a distinct suc- 
cess and the authorities wUl be able 
to grapple with many of "the prob- 
lems wWfbno#ib»s«i^ th«lr.»»«..'5. 
n_: 1: .. . uf . -^ ■ ^ 


of buBMAUy. wtU not aeecaaarUy at- 
tain Its gocU any the WHMwr. Some 
believe that the Way^nd tbe Truth 
ftnd tb« Ufa oan t)e Inculcated by a 
drumilre U»lnM the f olMM knd f olblaa 
of iianklnd. and that when people 
have boon laabed tsttb all the Invootlve 
of a #*wisrfUl m^ftaltti^ It to ^Mrtbie 
to turn their hearu to the Bavlgur. 
TMa ««llMM> "X^ «ndure f^« M)f or 
a ^Wr» but U to at least d'OuMfnl if 
Ua ai^oiMv U »«<«b«¥l> for tb« mto- 
'»»6nary with a whip In* bUT ban* most 

ilways oulferMn hto pradUce of the art 
of «Mtv«r«oo. ^uat aa there h«T» 

.«.en and always wlU be tbeologloal 
failures, so evangelical efforts may be 
misdirected if the eternal verities are 
sounded In any other language than 
that of humility. pooWance and faith. 

Mr. iianid ^^^ ^ »■ ^*^^ ^'^^' 
let recontty pnbiulted anks som* preg- 
nant quostlona. "I* Mf." »»• queries 
•'an affair of tha body or the soul? Is 
tAe trouifb our •bjtcllve. or the siarat 
Aro %• bore t« feed ©ur bodies, of put 
minds? la the brain merely the 
..veupon of the belly, or to It the Instru- 
ment of the sour rWhAl to It we are 
seeking, itar «r goodnefsf V^here to 
the Kingdom of Heaven,' wtthln us or 
without us?" Tbe answer to these 
questions, and there to only one which 
admits of an undivided spiritual loy- 
alty. Ulustratea wfhml sbould be tho all- 
absorbing mission of the Church. 
Somotlmaa It aMma as If th«re was 
grave peril that Chrtottonlty may for- 
tet that Chrtot gav« to the world a 
new "Vlair of soctol «uty, which to not 
a theory, or a fancy, or a myth, but 
an htotorlc faoti That view to in 
daoffr , of balng aubaatrf ed beneath 
the confusion of theological dtepuu- 
Uons and tbe tr«ach«rt«p of ecdesl- 
asUcism, anUd new faiths and national 
longings which have failed to formu- 
late a thesto of life. The great tempest 
at preaent raging In the hearts of the 
people to shaking the pillars of the 
of faith, and it to for the 


Aram • strdtegle sUndpoint. bow cdl 
Clancy cpjs be promoted and what. If 
any, danger In tbe futuro axlata, It 
waa an oxcellent move Inviting him 
to the Dominion. U« has seen aoUve 
service In a post of unparaltotod nm- 
ponsibUlty under the moat trying cir- 
cumstances In the htotory of naval 
warfare. No more logical choice could 
UMVa been made for a tour such aa 
that be to now nndertaklng and we 
baliaire hto preaenae alone on thta 
«lasloh. apart alt^gatbar from the ad- 
vice he will give when asked for It. 
VlU do more thaA anything else could 
to lift tho question of naval defence 
out of the sphere of party politics In 
the Dominion. 

stood by to pick up t*o vUekkt WVSf^ I J^ 
the Jtirmr th» P»tt"» ««»• "»••• "fT* I 


of DO aBecetloa. 

Maqy are tbe forces y work In the 
world today striving to bring peace to 
the restless heart of mankind. 
Chrlstiunlty to on: trfet ijli It n<(Ve» was 
before, for noW, oh b gfwter soile'tHan 
ever in the past, it has to meet and 
confute more evidences of dpabt, dis- 
pel more gloomy fears, and, In doing 
so. sound the tocsin of a spiritual re- 
birth, louder and more insistently than 
^n all the campaigns of long ago. To- 
day it is opposed by materialism, very 
often arrogantly and openly un- 
ashamed. The forces of materialism 
are wonderfully organized and they 
nght the battle of cdnlfort on earth 
with no thought of the hereafter, 
armed cap-a-pie with all w«a]>ons 
save tbd spiritual grace whicll alone 
can lea4 captivity captive. Sometimes, 
Itideed. the spiritual motive diffuses 
Ita radtont glow over the materialistic 
struggle, which has been Aggravated 
la these latter times, but too often it 
to non-existent In tbe social and eoo- 
nomlo lists Whither the peronntol 
struggle In the heart of man seems 
to have beeb transferred, so that once 
~ again as through the centuries, but 
on a wider scale thtn heretofore, the 
battle to Joined between Agnosticism 
and Chrtotlanlty. 

. How to tbe Church— and by the 
Church we mean tbn Chrtotton 
Religion — to wagtt thto new warfare? 
Is it to be a church militant adapted 
to modern Ideas, at once tho force 
and the victim ot Its envlronmont. or 
to tt to tell In revlvined tones the 
story that will never grow old In the 
same way that It was handad down In 
the sermon on., the Mount and the 
other record ^( Holy Writ? Must 
Chrtotlanlty become topical and up- 
to-date or mutt the Church be bidden 
In humility, penitence and faith enter 
upon its lang deferred campaign? 
l<>w gUbJeets In modern tlmea give 
rise to greater differences of opinion 
than tbe methods of Christianity. 
There are loaders of thought Who con- 
tond that ttallglbn has become one 
department among many, instead of 
the animating and guiding spirit of 
tbe Whole human oonoeptlon of 
things. If thto to true then there Is 
danger indeed of Its being crowded 
out by' the multiplicity of rival mental 
oooupatlona Often It Is found that 
apoetlaa of a new «0«tol order imagine^ 
that tbe scope and capacity of the 
human mlaif are nnltanlted. for they 
forge^,tbat there to no Infinity saTo 
in anjt throogb Ood. Tbo reasoning 
liowei|; directing tha p rj— nt trend ot 
■octal developmont to bbaorbed la a 
p^rtlolblar aspeot ot ItfO. to tbo Oktent 
almos| of oiiMMIng weigHtler matters. 
AmoiA the <ibegClons |or tbo Obtirob 
to do^ito to 4( tbe grbattaal 4a!fBan4g 
ot UfflLgr* to o«twoigb er ba g gntg rti 
In tB« ivlrmibt t«*«ii)ngi •( Cbristton> 
tty. Mil ho# tmr Roflglon to to bo 
aob > o U <ra to tho »••■•» 
mrtHlii to tft» pumntt of 
and aila<ii»iP^ M^ material gni«. 

Thero •»• ^•rylng wayo na 
the Chnrob oooka to reUin and in- 
Its boM oh tho p^pla. Ita 
tlignUri t1i««« turn tglrtt* 
«a1 toe. «« bo ••**»« that tbwa "rt» 
stnt tbo apo m4 the tiger and the 
\g^Ui iHthtn jMll.t* »* «»^ «»* • 
lUliglon. t»y rumiim oonchaloos In- 

■alto ot ««^ Hih to i^** **• **•'* 


Chrtotuin Church to cast off , the trap- 
pings of envlronm«int and preach 
alone tbo Dlvloe good of Kevetotlon. 
There are brute facts In the world of 
today the contemptotlon of which 
have overwhelmed the faith of many, 
and submerged, aa Dr. David C*lrns 
•«iys. n /plausilklo gub-Chrlatlan philos- 
ophy, good enough for superflclal liv- 
ing and Bummer weather. 

It Is for the Church and its mani- 
fold agencies to examine Ks own ac- 
tivity and the movement of organ- 
toed Chrtotlanlty. to discover If Its mo- 
mentum to expiring, and. If so, wherein 
it to falling. It we were naked to 
ventiiro an opinion on thto subject It 
woM^ bo that tbbfo to too much con- 
«ur# In the Church of thoee who dto- 
agree with its tenets, and a certain 
inability to make clear the faltb by 
which It lives. It has a tendency to be 
conformed to this world Instead of 
l^«lng "transformed by >be renewing 
of your mind that ye naay pr^ve, what 
is that good, and acceptable, and per- 
fect, win of Oo4," Instead of censur- 
ing evil It should overcome It with 
good, tor It to only the armor of light 
which can withstand the powers of 
darkness. The Church would do well 
to preach the doctrine of overcoming, 
not the physical Ills and material die- 
advantages to which humanity to heir, 
but the woes of the heart, the Ills of 
tbe spirit and tbo weaknesses In faith. 
Ueliglon must for ^ver remain a gos- 
pel of sacrifice for if It was a doctrine 
replete with material comfbrta there 
could be none of the glory of self 
renunciation and the ulUmate spfrltual 
redemption of mankind. Faith on 
thU mnndane sphere will remain the 
BUbotance of thlngg hoped for. the evi- 
dence of things not seen. It Is the 
breastplate ot the pure In heart, and. 
as at Paul wrote, the hope of salva- 
tion to the helmet. The Church today 
trie* to make tho sacrtflce too easy 
■o as the better to conform to the 
longings of humanity tor material 
ease. This malady to wide enough and 
deep enough to mar Chrtotlanlty's mto- 
slon and It to unworthy of those who 
know the prie* wblchr was paid tor 
the resurrection ot tho soul, wherein. 
Jeremy Taylor estimated, that God 
did a greater work than the creation. 


Viscount Jelllcoe haa made it per- 
fectly clear that the Australton dis- 
patches which purported to outline 
a sQbeme he haa recommended for 
naval co-operation In the Far Bast 
are incorrect aa f ar aa Canada Is con- 
cerned. Ho has pointed out that It 
would have been Imposaible for blm 
to make any recommendations re- 
garding thto Domti>«on, Inaimuch aa 
he has obly Jnot .nrrlved here. and. 
moreover, he would consider it out 
of place to suggest what should bo 
tho meaaoro ot Canada's aid. He has 
clearly InUmated ho conalders that to 
be a queetlon for Canada herself. Thto 
attitude of hto will set at rest any 
doubts which existed regarding a naval 
programme tor the future for there 
am people who believe that Britain 
Ig in some way attempting tp any 
what proporUon ot tbe burdea aboOld 
be boma by tbo «!»•*•«« I>wiblona 
Thto to r4rr *»» fW>iA 'hotog ttg tact. 
1^ yff^g the Dominion mintstom them- 
•elven wbO twvMotf I^rd Jelllooe to 
mako bto proaent twNf. *• • roanit of 
which b» to being aslBsd U ogpress 
opinions to tlid 4IINreii« Owromtoents 
ha vlstta. In no w^ la bg Ibthioncing 
local optnlon'tbr bo intlm4l«i It %ould 
bo aa inportfiMPoe on hto part to at- 
tMipt t« do thto. 

Thp ggWUon of pattonat na«ai de- 
taneo, or oo^o^oipUon with ffeo im- 
parial puthorMaa. er both. Ig a matter 
>Mr MlA Dominion's Bselrion. If that 
dootolon can bo made mora affective, 
tr<np b bPWJI Plpptf^Olbt. thfough oon- 
■AlUtMl W«» A/trntm J imt n t eo 
a«g^'«to Kill "Hi M VPlKbrpd to 
ptooo \lN wtodoBi 4 bto rtpo expoH- 
4aoo nt Uw dtopooal of o«r p«r» Vbd- 
eral Oovernnt^nt. gp<t dfn^tt^^ bin 
be ready to aay what plaai pip bePt 

l''PiBBiilnt CHor-B«fdened Ta^ipayvr 

8lr. — Many thanks for the Interest 
you are taking on behalf of the long 
suffering taxpayers In the City. The 
present Mayor, while alderman, and 
the ex-Mayor, at- every election have 
promised the taxpayers to devise 
ways and mans to give relief to the 
dellrquent taxpayers* and the so- 
called relief as provided In the Act 
known as the Victoria City Relief 
Act No. t, hardly came up to the 
delinquents' expectations. As you arc 
no doabt aware, only about 2B per 
cent of the delinquents came in 
under that Act which In Itself proves 
that the majority of tho delinquent 
taxpayers did not consider that plan 
as a relief. In spite of all that, they 
are now going to penalise the over- 
burdened taxpayer to such an extent 
that he or she will gladly give the 
Clly a quit claim to his holdings 
rf.ther than gain the notoriety of 
having hla or her name appear in 
the Tax Sale Itot, and to save the 
City tbe expense of adverttolng same. 
Mr. Bditor, the one and only ques- 
tion I would ask our City fathers is: 
Whom do they penalize, th«}^ rich 
man, the investor, or the wage earn- 
er, commonly called the one who 
has to work for hto living? We all 
agree that the rich man and the 
Investor do not need to be penalized 
for they always are prompt with 
their taxes on the due date, rather 
than pay 8 per cent to the City. 
Someone might say. If you don't 
have a penalty attached poeple will 
not pay their taxes. Now, Sir, that 
Is hardly a sound argument. The man 
or woman who has the money for 
taxes will gladly pay the same, firstly, 
because they cannot speculate with 
It, as the days for ^uick turnovers 
do not exist today; secondly," they 
cannot Invest on a good mortgage 
and get more Interst than they have 
to pay the City, i.e., 8 ^er cent. 
Naturally thfeir only alternative and 
tbe business-like way to to pay their 
taxes. Hence, Sir. the one that to 
penalised Is the wage earner, or the 
on who is not in a financial position 
to meet his taxes on the due date. 
Mr. Editor, wouldn't you call that 
class legislation — always favoring the 
rich and keeplnjr down the other 
follow? It seems to me that the City 
will soon own all the real estate 
within Its boundaries. (If the last 
tax sale held by the City to any cri- 
terion) and there ,wlll be but few 
taxpayers to find fault with their 

If thto inlqultlous l^lslatlon waa 
brought about through the persistent 
actions of. Or the pressure from, the 
Union of Municipalities, then. Sir, I 
claim that our Mayor and Council 
should have called an Indignation 
meeting of the taxpayers of the City 
and get the old and support of every 
taxpayer to go over to the Oove^n- 
mettt. and ask them. nay. Impress 
on their mind, that they must re- 
peal thto Act. or they, the Oovem- 
ment. will soon be called upon to 
Uke care of the City's debentures. 
This legislation may suit the rural 
municipalities, but will not. and does 
not sult,>ur City. When we consider 
that there Is at preaent approximately 
three and three-fourth million dollars 
of tax arrears, and there will be 
about 30 per cent of 1»1« taxes 
unpaid, it will bring the total ar- 
rears of taxes to over four million 
dollars. I say. Sir. it Is the duty of 
the OowBrnment. as well as of the 
Mayor and Council, to do all In their 
power to give the property owner a 
chance to nurse their holdings In- 
stead of penalising them first and 
then pmcticPlly confiscating their 
life's savings afterwards. 

In conclusion I will say when our 
Mayor and Council should take into 
consideration that the City's Indebt- 
edness today to nearly twenty-three 
million dollars. It Is wiser that as 
many aa poaslbto of the taxpayers 
are on the Hat of contributors by 
way of taxation, as Otherwise. If 
this Iniquitous' legislation remains In 
force, there wUl be but few ot the 
taxpayers left. 

10« Medina Street, Victoria. B. C, 
November T, 1»1». 

clous tlM tfruga. the tropM^lMP tho 
confidence of all oonoeraad. A t>et- 
tor dpy to dawning, it gi.beglnnlns 
to pa tindarvtood tbst lil-bapUh la noi 
p epprlolopg ebaoieo, dropping upor 
mt^ leOKt unfriendly skies, but a pro- 
cess following absolute Uws and 
which can be predicted by the under- 
standing as surely as an ecUpSe by 
astronomers, and that the game must 
bo played in thto -atoo nnleas wo are 
wUllag to be dropped out and see life, 
go paat us. Olviltoatlon of tbe West- 
ern typo to a crnel teat for the body, 
because It to opposed in ao many 
ways to the dictates of Nature, apd 
Nature will not be disregarded. If 
we and oui* progeny are not good 
enough for her ends She soraps us 
ibid looks elsewhere tor her world- 

'''he problem before tbe race to to 
combine our dviUiation with a dtot 
that shall enable us to stand lu MUcceMHfolly. as regards health 
and Its concomlUntM, beauty, virility. 
menUl power, and longerlty. That 
problem can be solved s6mewbat on 
the lines that Dr. Oldfleld and so 
many other investigators Ipdloate. 
With this diet, in addition to the ad- 
vantages you mention, are combined 
the following: An Inoreaned birthrate 
— unlese wilfully rentrained. The 
substitution. In a very large mt^asure, 
of IntenBlve agriculture for pastur- 
age, a matter of the Utmost raomont 
to the smaller countries. The lessen- 
ed consumption of alcohol, tobacco 
and other stfmutonts and sedatives, 
with all this includes, for these craves 
are stimulated by the stimulative ''diet 
of clvlllxotlon. An equipoise of 
nerves not to bo comprehended ex- 
cept by those who have experienced 
Its benefits in the control of worry, 
irritability, etc. Powers of endurance 
very greatly increased. An absence 
of major and minor ailments which 
may be nummed up in the adage that 
one ounce of prevention is worth tons 
of cure, in support of these state- 
ments reasons and facts can be given. 
Incidentally, it is rather an enlighten- 
ing commentary on the virtues of the 
usual diet to see the numbera of durg 
stores and advertisements of patent 
medicines which abound in a country 
like this, whose air and plentiful food 
of the right sorts should breed a race 
to whom such matters would appear 
(as they are) a relic of the Dark 
Ages. I have trespassed too far on 
your space, but this is a subject that 
demands real ventltotlon by those 
qualified to explain the Issues Involv- 
ed to the public. 

. I may, however, mention In clos- 
ing, that not a little of the unrest 
and IrrlUtion In politics are to be 
traced to the over-feeding and other 
forms of over-clvillzatlon (so-called) 
which have been traced within the 
power of large classes of the com- 
munity of late years. The effects are 
always most obvious where the con- 
ditions are novel tp those concern- 
ed. , i. V V - ;*.* 

With this unpopular but true 
Statement of a fact for which Incon- 
trovertible ;-eaaons can be given. I 


Empress Hotel, Victoria. B.C.. Nov. 
7. 1919. 

The g e tJ Tt of Old Age 

Sir. — Tour article on Dr. Oldfleld's 
diet shows "nch unexpected Insight 
Into the jioeslhllltles Involved that I 
am encouraged to write and inform 
you that I have followed this diet for 
twenty-five years and have known 
many others wh* did the same with 
a Miccess only to be described as phe- 
nomenal, incidentally. Dr. Oldfleld 
has no piatent In this diet. It has been 
known In the past and present wher- 
ever either knowledge or necessity 
Imposed It. It haa received a great 
Impetus of late years under the ;iame 
of the purln-free diet, because It ex- 
clttdes the -purin poisons. especUlly 
dangerous to gouty and rheumatic 
persons which extot In meat, tea. cof- 
fee, and many other Invariable artl- 
ctea ot modem diet. DIetIc dtocov- 
ertes both In America and Europe are 
steadily ooaflrming the ni c se s lty of 
Investigation ot this subject. 

This diet acts In ways too technical 
for dtocuselon here, but 1 may men- 
tion that its more patent action to In 
(what I may describe aa) . relieving 
the machinery of tbe body from grit; 
In other words, clearing the blood 
from matters which Impede the clr- 
cutotlon. and In promoting a very 
much greater activity of the Wvor. 
The «bto despatch, as you rlpbUy 
•urmtoo. does not enter Into fttll de- 
talla Additions of a very Interest- 
ing characUr should be made. Let 
me say that mu«b travel and much 
stvdy of men and things have con 
vtnoad me that, upon tbo. whole, 
tboro to no subject so well worth In- 
Tostlgatlon as that of diet. It to bo- 
eemlng clear that tbe oM oroer U 
,g,gli^ away, where tbe Ingtvtdval 
«njoyp4 Mmeolf In wbatavor mamner 
bo plebeeg. aag tbo 

Censare In RcUgloo 

Sir, — "Who upon earth could live 
were all Judged Justly ?"— Byron. 

The noted evangelist who is at pre- 
sent operating in Victoria appears to 
find much fault with the average 
church member. He admits that 
there are occasional ones who are 
real Christians, but In the main, he 
Implies, they run strongly to the hyp- 
ocritical class. Behind the evangel- 
ist on the platform, I observed tost 
Sunday, was a fair representation of 
our city's clergymen. Apparently 
they agree with the evangeltot. I 

In my somewhat checkered experi- 
ence as a citlxen of the North 'Ameri- 
can continent, I have met many peo- 
ple who are church members and 
many who are not. Though I have 
never been actively connected with 
any religious body, I have always hart 
tho greatest respect and admiration 
for those who carry on the good 
workl for those who keep the church 
a going concern, alive and beaming 
through all the darkness of this sin- 
wrecked, peace-seeking old world. 

I have found the church member 
to be a better, more decent, more 
honorable person " than the man who 
Is non-attached. The church mem- 
ber's word rotes »» per cent more r«.- 
Uable than the other fellow's who 
boasts "he has not seen the Inside of 
a church for twenty years." I have 
noticed that behind every movement 
for the unllft of humanity, the bet- 
terment of conditions for every day 
ordinary existence, as well as for tho 
world's spiritual enlightenment. Is 
the rank and file of the church's 

I remember In the early days in 
Winnipeg a body of young men who 
comprtoed- the Bible close of Zlon 
Methodist Church. They would go 
forth at intervals, during the eevere 
winter weather, and find the cold, 
the hungry, the homeless and give 
them practical help. These young 
people would not have done that^ In- 
dividually, but as members of a 
church, as sn organisation, they were 
Inspired one by the other. They may 
have been hypocrites, but who cares? 
They brought warmth and food and 
cheerfulness to the needy, they allevi- 
ated distress. What more could a 
"Christian** have don*? 

Most Evangelists exhibit this same 
trait; they "go after" the church. 
they crltictoe the church members, 
they belittle tbe ordinary preacher; 
at all ot which we on tbe ootalde 
wonder. 'Burely tbe evangeltot can. 
from the abundance of wonderful 
thought In tho Holy Writ, select a 
message of pure love and guidance. 
rather than tha everlasting harangue 
of censure they dtocbarge aboat oth- 
ers whose objective point to, presum- 
ably. In sympathy with their own. 
Moreover, tbe proverb eaye: "Tbe 
books are balanoed In heaven, not 

bore." I 

J. A. SHANKg. 
lt*l rp^rfleld Road, Victoria. B.C.. 
Nov. «. 1*19. < 

(ConUnned on Page *4) 

IfcBOINA. Nov. t.— An aaMen lirr 
ttt.OOO for the lap* of bor husbapd. 
wlP> was bOlog PTMI* oaiploypd ' pa 
an engineer on tbo fXN.R. laai Apfftl. 
bpp boon entered bofPs fe^ Mna K4llh 
iggif Walpole, pf iMMutoon. It Is 
cinlmod that tbrawgb nggllgenee of 
thp compaar IP aM booplaf the prpps 
of a brtigPb tfetpp mHap paai of 
PyrpaaK. »• C la gDo4 M pg m pii. 
tbe deeeaaeg loot hla Uf*. The looo- 
ntothre oa wMcb 'WalpP** WPP WPfb- 
\im fnU tbroag* lata tbo atoaaa 40 
feet bolow and bo was fataily ia- 

Store ap«4 All Day Tuesday, November 1 1, and at i p.m. as Usual on Wed- 
U^j ^ ncsday. 



All-Wool Baby 


$1.10 Yard 

M a 

36-Inch Scotch 

739 YATfiS 

PHONB 4««^j^^ fnvT 11 

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for Girls 

Price $12^0 
to $1$^50 



Children's Silk 
and Serge Dresses^ 

Chn(!;cn nmst'bti stylUhly aln<rcmifr<$H:- 
.ably clad, as well Vf their el<ier!;. an"(f 
till* store is-partkular in mJ^taipinp 
coihplcte stbcicg'oi Childrdfi's Goats 
for the selection lof wise parents. 
^^1i1ity^c6>ii5T<» \<^» our mf^derate 
prices make this showing of special 
interest to parents who have Winter 
Coats to buy for their daughters- A 
• big range of styles fitted with con- 
vertible collars, pockets and belts. All 
'"ar^ yell lined. Colors brown, nas-y. 
•cbpen, buf^itidy and green.. Sizes 6 
to 14 years. Prices $12.50 to $19 50- 

Lovely Bais for 
^e Little Ones 



Dainty Little Frocks for girls 8 to 15 years. 
Made of silk poplin and taffeta in shades 
of rose, saxc, Pckin blue, reseda and 
bisque. Shown in many becoming: styles 
that the young lady will be proud to wear. 
Price $13.50 to $29.50- i ^ . *,' ,.v 

Girls' Serge Dresses in a hoM of pleasing 
styles and colors. Some are plain loose 
style with box pleated skirt, wide belt, 
fancy collar and cuffs ; others loose panel 
effects, finished ^vith braiding; sizes 6 to 
14 years. Price $11.75 to .$19 5<^ 

Becoming All 11 inery for the younger genera- 
tion, developed of velour, beaver, plush, 
r velvet or coruroy, in all the new shades ; 
a host of dainty styles to choose from. 
Price $350 tp $9*50. 
Soft Black Plush and Velvet Hatp for chil- 
■ dren 2 to gij^ears. Prite $1.95 to $4 7S. 
'F^^.f'lpblored Velvet Tains f6r girls and mioses; 
" •* chic styles, fitiished witli elastic bands and 
silk tassels., Price $3.75' 
French Tarn's of colored felt, suitable for 

Igirls. Price $2.50. 
Kiddies' Whit'e Wowl Crochet Tarns, with 
pompom Ibn top; sizes 2 to Shears. I'rice 
$1.50 an<> $3.50. . . *^ 

,i '< 

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For something exclusive, embodying weight and lustfoiw finish, these 
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Pretty Shades in Dutchess Satins 
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A moderately priced heavy satin, for erening wear, with a rich, silky 
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Yard, $3.50. 


in honor of Admiral 
Lord JelHcoe and of- 
ficers of H. M. S. 
New Zealand, Emp- 
ress Hotel , Monday. 
Nov. loth. 


Offering special values in suiuble gifts for the 
Hospital Linen Shower on Tuesday, , November.. 
11. You will find a basket in the Staple Depart- 
ment tp receive your contributions. 

White Turkish Towels* 

Jubilee Hospital Linen 
' Shower . 

• ' ' ■ -• ■"■■ •'•' - ■^r- 

Fancy Plaid BlanketsJifv.*- 


Size 15 X 34 inches. 
Size 17 X 34 inches. 
Size 20 X 44 inches. 
Size 19 X 45 inches. 
Size 22 X 45 inches. 
Size 25 X 48 inches. 

Each, 30c. 
Each, 45c. | 
Each, 60c. ? 
Each, 75c. 4 
Each, 95c. ? 
Each. $1.00. 

Huckaback Towels 

Size 18 X 37, hemmed. Each, 3Sc. 

Size 18 X 36, Union Huckaback. Each, 65c. 

Size 18 X 36, Linen Huckaback. Each, 75c. 

Size 21 X 40, Linen Huckaback. Each, fl.OO. . r- 

Flannelette iBlankets j^y \ 

In first grade quality, for medium ind lil^lit^V^iijr 
Per pair, 13.25 and $3.78. 

•ta nice plaid designs of pink, bhie, un and gr«]|. 
These are a very warm, cosy blanket. Large 
sites. P«?r pilr, $8.45 Md $16.75. — -^ - 

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Pillow Cases 

''"» Keady for use,, made' fr«wn' pore' Bleached I'illow 
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Armlsttca Day wlU aUo b« ceUbrai«< 
by the Victory Loan CommlttM and 
worlwra In many wmya Tli* Oraat War 
V«t«nut«' Ban4 will Plar at tha Dus- 
out in the aftamoon; tbare will be a 
torchlight proo*n.lon early the eame 
evenlnv, whll«t the great public Aanee 
to be hew on Tate. Street will con- 
elude the day* ♦Tosrramme. 0*YL. f ' 
tunla naw under cooalderaUan WUl be 
«nn«uaee4 later. 

T»a returned «>oy» at the- lHiir»ut ate 
■reaay elated over the modKa 4lf tMir 
andeevere. Bubecrlptlone totalUng nearly 
1400,000 have been taftM In by this 
•nergetln band of tielpere, and they e«- 
pect before tbe campalvn iAotm to 
double their orlglnel quota of |260,O00, 
Which. If they BUoceed, will repre»«l 
truly magnlfloent tWrg,, \*^ *• 

Th« fir» •kA mmei mt v 

<]|ompahy came la wit* a vwy 
i^m* eubecrlption to tk* '' 

' The lunrb hoqr at the Victory Loa^ 
M«dq«erter» J gW li dat ••• «••«•« •• 
•nUiueUetIo aftalr. In celebration of 
Victoria obtnlBing Mr «wHa. »oa«e wer« 
auaa aad epeechee made, and eaeh and 
^•rf ane at the •«e#tom lra» Brl.> 
^3«aeral Clark to the office boy. felt 
proud to be aseoetatad with ewch • 
■ucceMfttl oampalsa In^ eurti a 
dlO, reepedMi^ ^»»r- 

Victory Bond Balesroen MyUBman and 
Oraham vWited George Jay echool and 

Sere received moat cordially t»y Mr. 
bafleeworth. tbe prlnclpel. who Intro- 
duced them to in the teaehers. A great 
•uelneee waa done la Victory Bonde 
wnong them and It la hoped that the 


heate waating your money and It heeti 
■Myihlntr'- I e*er ttnt-yf." Theee were 
the wordir of » hlg nhlphuUder, who !• 
Ini in i iBart y proud of Mn Victory Bond 
ret^ord and oi himself aa a -100% Cana* 

diaa. I 


Hagar Ita(Aon in We aUla . • 
HV:iArL», Vt^. i.-^Antka %in fk 
Inadc tf 8«aUla revltionta dontintte vloV 
latlng a raeent rul« allunrlni; one anw 
one-halff Munda of eugdr a month t||f 
.miKh »*nA, tha U.H. Dlatrlot Atto#« 
m^, fti dh'ILundfera, hda announead. ^ 

Am aP01oat»fln waa nartved^ TeaUr- 
dar from a boy of W. who la putting 

iJ whla •< Ma ^*^' »»••• '^,«52 .„„,.. ^ 

Victory l-oan. He may be a Ivicky Iltoa f ^^hlmB mtatt will Join tbe !••» 
boy to bare go maah money, hat thd 

tact mmnind «W» »• ^ »••**« •» *»• 
bad inta tbiB great natlonel laveatmeni. 
Other children and many, aanr grown* 
upa, pl«a«e nate. 

tt VIotory Bond layeatore by today. 

I. took a Victory Bond In ltl7. one 
ill till end here goes for one In 101*, 
Igul yn« tell avarrbody that I Htiaft K 

:«^m Otaervw AnoMWe Day 

VANCOUVER, Nov. S.^ln eoi44 
mon wHh dvery dty WRhid the BrltUH 
Empire, Vancouver will caaae all Ifl^ 
dtMtrlal activity next Tueaaday mornj' 
Inc. from 11 o'clock nntll ll:«i 

I ^ I* I I 

ROMF^ Uav. S.—Two aarthquakd 
Shocks did much damage In tha 'ni>dr 


ll tha heat thfag I ever put ray money Vaflay laat nlgkti UnJUl— B 
Mito. It beata tha eavlngs ban k and n ' tidily wrackad. ■ 

I r I • - ■-— ■ ' ' ■"— ' ^____ 

the rouadatloa CMnpnay'a 
tbaaka to the panrteay af Mt.J^ M. J««4 
litM «nd oinclaH ef the r»«hdaila4 
Cosily. conAaatM hr Kr,^ U TwnOA^ 
an aaeedairt' nmaleal pro- 



tH« rivar el 
of tha Seek. 


(rrom Tbe ■HtIA CoteiHa^ of Koran b*r » 

PaeeriitfSM/ CeeS* 


V irif fcrtiT -1- asieiaer ■a te f iirt e*, CeeC gwa w ae n . w naj ed f r*i>< 

Wf^ BfMM. ef Tele, eea fir. rrenkila. e( tfm, W«|Kin|eoi«r. 
9a 9mun fljr"" fiartr, tat eh t a l ing l si«as » dhder fbln cmMMml 8 
IV aMii te the'S^ aaoa lef tb»#e meath* 

w./yt55i5tvV5Hrtki'5Bsr ssru 

wae yiierdey eeat to we eaem mwa iw »»r» » »— i w » . ^-^ _^ 

Asa^fce «frk fSe- 


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Gold and White 

Joft received, of good quality, %iiJ0O to $14.S0 a pair. 
Also Men'9 Lif^t Tan Boots, with fibre between the 
soles, making them wet-proof, at $10.00 a ftair. ^' 

Maynard's Shoe Store 

Phone 1252 649 Yates Street 

A. R. Qrabam 

S. M. Brown 

Sole Agents for the Famoot 






Pbone 1377 ■ .. > ^^ B*^ ^^^ « 


Canadian Club Dinner Will 
Offfir 'Accommodation for 
350 Members and 200 From 
Ladies' Organization 


OvM«tto> "9mwicm" y-^j. T«MplmM473« 

Christrrvas Cards 

;W« are noted for our stock of an»Ung Cards, for all occaatoPii but 

.:^^ :> ,'• ;;:■ ■;■. wa teva now b«a<«n our raoord... -/.'^ JlJs^iiiX-f,.. 

Quality-Design Greetings 

strictly flrat claan and i»»t what you ne«d. • 

Sxamlna our Un«, and aalect yout-' Cards while our Tartoty Is compl«t«i 


1100 Covwunmt Stnat lUyal Badk b Oppoaito ^^etoria. B.C. 

Accomnaodatlon for 360 will be pro- 
vided at the Canadian Club dinner 
belnf held next Ti^esday evening at 
the Empress Hotel ballroom in honor 
of Admiral Viscount Jelllcoe. who 
reached Eiiquimalt on the battle 
crulaer New Zealand yesterday. 
- Bale of tlckeu opened yeaterday at 
Cochrane's drug store, and will be 
resumed tomorrow and Tuesday at the 
same place. The supper is arranged 
for 6:15 lu the evening- President 
John Cochrane stated that the elab- 
orate decorations being arranged for 
the ball tomorrow evening will be left 
intact for the dinner on the follow- 
ing night 

Tlc^eta for the admisalon of meok- 
beni 6t the Women's Caradlan Club, 
jto the number of 200, will be on sale 
by the officers of the Women's Can- 
adian CKib at Fletcher's i^usio storo 
t<^iiu>rro'«^. ^ aflarnoon ' at F o'clock. 
Ladlea will be admitted at 8:45 to 
bear the address of Vbicuunt .Teincoe, 
^^- subject of which has not ypt been 
MHiounoed. It is expected, hewever, 
ttet Visooiint'Jelli(;0e will si^ak on 
the achfevements of the Qran'd Fleet 
during the war, with soma- reference 
to the future scope and activity of the 
naval fiArces of Brkaln and, tho, world. 

Welcome to the British Navy 

' v-..:.™-*, . 

"ormal- Acceptance- of the 
$180,000 Allotment Will 8e 
s^^rfff Negotiated Tomorrow — Are 
Many Applicants for Aid 

Jellicoe Ball 

Tomorrow Night 

At 9 o'clock i 


Empress Hotel 


$ p« , *• 'Vli vf 

1 Walts ■ "Katlnka" 

i Ona-Step • 'y:^nteen Canter." 

3 Fox-Trot "Take Me to Ths^ Lkai of .faxs" 

4 i^,,.. Walts /•Ma^d of the Mountains" 

5 One-Step '. "Madelon" 


.....>..'. "The Vamp" 

hi' ...-....'.'.U Walts »...i. ..'... "Irish Whlnpers 

^ t, One-Step "Keep on Smiling" 

'' 9, i . . i.'i . . . . > Fox-Trot "Behind Your BUkon Veil" 

f|« Walts "On Miami Shore 

11 One-43tep "Peter OInk" 

12 Fox-Trot ''Music .of Wedding Chimes ' 

13 WalU "Delilah" 

14. ... One-Step . . . "I've Qot My Captain Working for Me Now" 

15 Fox-Trot "Every Nlglu 1 Dream of' Vou" 

II Walts "Sweet Hawaiian Moonlight" 

17 One-Step "Colonel Bogey" 

13 Fox-Trot •... "Patches" 

19 Walts •\Mlghty Lak a Rose" 

20 One-Step "I Used to Call Her Baby" 

,21 Fox-Trot "Arabian Moon" 

22! One-Step '. .■ "Arabian Nights" 

23 One-Step "Western Land" 

24 v^. Walts "Tin We Meet Again" 




Tickets, #3.00 etch, can be had at Room 222, Pemberton Building; 
Empress Hotel Offce; Mr. H. H. Rowley, Union Bank, and, if any 
remain, tt the entrance door to the Ball. 



At Its meeting tomorrow night the 
City Council will formally ratify "the 
agreement with the Provincial Gov- 
ernment whereby it secures the $180.- 
000 set aside for the use of Victoria 
under the Federal housing scheme for 
returned soldiers. 

Notice of motion to the effect that 
ratification of the agreement will be 
asked was yesterday posted at the 
City Hall. When the Council adopts 
the resolution proposed, he final act 
towardR the fot;maI acceptance of the 
housing allotment will be accom- 
plished, and the City will then be able 
to proceed with the distribution of the 
filnd to the various applicants. 

So far, well over on^, hundred re- 
turned soldiers have registered for 
assistance under the scheme, and as 
only sixty applicants will be able to 
receive allotments — the estimated 
cost'bf the houses Im about $3,000 each 
— the special committee composed of. 
Aldermen Sangster. Patrick and Johns, 
will httve to adopt a weedlng-out pro- 
cess, favorably considering only those 
who are able to offer the best security. 
Tho details In connection with the 
financial features of the loans have 
not yet been definitely settled, but it 
Is expected that these points will be 
cleared up this week. 


Hclnze Hnldiiigs, Gran(c<i Years Ago 

for Ilailway Construction, Were 

Sold for Taxrg 


And Yra WiD Ba SatisBMl 

All Kinds of Pslnttng. lnt<«rlor «r axtsrior. KalBomfnlns. Papcrhmnrins, Slims. 
Itauatr*. OUm. etc. Kstlmates iflven free for nil claanva of »*ork. Fpraonal Kup<>rvi«ion. 

nUatlns fmitrartor 
IHftaiM** Xo ObJ«4^ 



sinnkipallttea ftmm Now Bopptted 
« Mlnlstrr of Fiiuuii» With Needed 
1 l>HnaiH>tal Infonnatton 

tWKh ell munldpalitlM having now 
ullit In the details of their respective 
ftiiancial statwi •• requested by Hon. 
John Hart. Minister of Finance, 
early nnnotincement of the dates 
upon which will be held t*>e. Inveatl- 
g»tions premised by the Minister to 
botiglder the question of additional 
eodrc^ «t rwrenu* tor the munlei- 
paUtMa of th» Province, wiM be made. 
Probably the Ministrr will be able to 
name the datea tomorrow. 

Meeting* will be held her*, at 
Vanoouv^r and probably other lead- 
ing point* In the Provlnc*. The in- 
formation which til* municipalities 
were asked to mipply to the Minla- 
ter cover* l« fufi detail the preaeat 

status of those districts and will 
form the basis upon which intelligent 
discussion of existing conditions und 
the best steps to take to afford the 
municipalities larger, sources of rev> 
enue can be had. j 

CommcavlBl ITso of WireicNa 

WASHINOTON. Nov. 8.~8cnator 
McCar}-. Republican. Oregon, today 
introduced by r<«que«t a bill authoriz- 
ing transmission of preKH sind com- 
mercial nicHnagcs by navy radio sta- 
tions, when commercial stations have 
Inadequate faclMtlcH. Ratra would be 
fixed by the Secretary of tho V».vy, 
with a maximum of five cents a word 
on mcssalee to. and from the Phliip- 
pines, Hawaiian and Pacific Islands, 
and six cents a word to and from 

Mlver .ISIxport ProhlMted 

LONDON, Nov. 3. — Bxport of silver 
I bullion apeoie has b*cn prohibited. 


On Your Purchases of Furni- 
ture, Carpets, Linoleum, Etc. 

Onr stock of furniture Aor the home is now at its best. 
Bverjr article has beea carefully selected for its wearing 
qualities and dose buyinf hat enabled us to place roost 
moderate prices on everything we offer. We want to get 
you acquainted with the values we offer. Let us supply 
your Furniture wants. Free city delivery. Ten per cent 
cash discount allowed off regular prices. Special attention 
paid to out-of-town orders. See our fine stock today. You 
will be welcome whether yon intend purchasing or not. 

Thro\fgh the failure of the estate 
of tho late F. August Heinxc, tho 
former no(ed American copper king, 
to redeem some 701,543 acres of land 
in the Nelson, KossUnd, Plocan and 
Kettle Rlv#»r AweHnment Districts, tho 
property has reverted to the Province. 
Hon. John Hart, Minister of Finance, 
.innounced this fact at yesterday 
morninR'H meeting of the Provinciul 

The lands in whleh Heinzc pos- 
Hessed a half interest were sold for 
taxes in arreors lo the Oovernment 
last year to the amount of SSS.STiS. 
The time for redemption had expired 
and the interest of tho Ileinse oHlate 
has. therefore, reverted to the Crown. 

The land!! were grapted by the 
Provincfl in 18P8 to Helnse and C. 
P.R. Interests in consideration of the 
construction of tl^e Columbiu & West- 
ern Ballwav and the British Colum- 
bia Southern Railway. In 1898 
Heinze entered into un agreement 
whereby he secured a half interest 
in the lands. In 1912 the Province 
bought back thu interest of the C.P.R. 
at a rate of eighty cents per acre,' 
the C.'P.R. undertaking to build the 
railway. Since that time the Heinze 
intcre»<(H ^avc done nothing with 
their interest and allowed arrears of 
taxes to ac^oumulate: 



The Civic Employees' Protective As- 
sociation haa completed the draft of 
the 1930 wage and salary schedule 
which It will ask the present year's 
Council to endorse and refer to the 
Incoming Mayor and Aldermen with 
a request for favorable consideration. 

The new scale, which will be re- 
ceived by the Council tomorrow night, 
stipulates for Increases ranging from 
10 to 20 per cent, and practicably every 
position in the City service is covered. 
The increases are asked on the basis 
of the cost of living, and several case* 
have been given special conslderaUon 
on account of unusual circumstance*. 

The firemen have also sent In a re- 
quest to the Fir* Wardens' Committee, 
headed by A14. Cameron, for an all- 
round increase in salaries amounUng 
to fifteen per cent The committe* 
will not maJie any rec*mm*tidatlon to 
tJie Council, however, until it has had 
an opportunity of fully going Into th* 



Accommodation for 61OOO Is 
Provided at Mass Meeting to 

' Be Held Wednesday— Gen- 
eral Currie to Speak 

Plans for the Rotary rally for the 
teen-age boys of Victoria — probably 
the biggest event of Its kind ever at- 
tempted in Victoria — are now virtual- 
ly complete. 

The meeting will take place Wed- 
nesday evening at the New Drill Hall, 
Bay Street, commencing at 7:30. Ac- 
commodation has been provided for 
6,000 persons, and it is hoped to se- 
cure an audience that is as represen- 
tative as possible of the school boys 
of Victoria. 

The 4>lan underlying the movement 
which will see Its formal inception 
at the monster meeting Wednesday 
is simply this: The Rotary Club, 
composed largely of the most pro- 
gressive element of Victoria's business 
men, has set out to act as big brother 
to the boys of Victoria who want to 
make the moat of their opportunity in 
life. With this objective in view, the 
Rotary Club Intends to lend a full 
measure of co-operation to the various 
other organizations that exist for the 
benefit of Victoria boys. As a pre- 
liminary, tho club wants to secure a 
complete census of the buy life of 
Bouthern Vancouver Island, so that 
the assistance it le able to give, in 
conjunction with other organizations, 
may be offered to the greatest num-^ 

At Wednesday's mass meeting spe- 
cial cards will be distributed among 
tho boyd in attendance, and the boys 
will be asked to fill In the blanks, 
giving names, addresses and other 
data. On the back of the card will 
be a space for the writing of a slogan 
to represent the spirit of Canadian 
boyhood. For the best slogan the 
Rotary Club has off ered & prlzo^ of ^ 
1 50 Victory Bond. This feature should 
act as a special inducement to boys. 

A particularly attractive programme 
has been arranged for ttie meeting. 
President J. P. Scott, of the Rotary 
Club, will occupy the chair, and brief 
addresses will be given by General 
Sir Arthifr Currie; Reeve C. B. Jones, 
of Saanlch, who will describe the pro- 
iSosed feoys' Summer Camp; Mr. G. C. 
Bushby, who will talk on Thrift; and 
representatives of the Boys' Naval 
Brigade, Boy Scout Movement, the 
schools. Y.M.C.A.. the church and the 
Rotary Club. 

Some special songs have been 
written for the occasion by Mr. K. J. 
Down, bard of the Victoria Rotary 
Club. The singing will be led by 
Mr. Herbert Kent. Solos will be 
given by Messrs. James Hunter and 
R. R. Webb. 



Variety ami Columbia Theatres Con- 
dnotinir Popularity OompetlUon— 
Other Attractive. Prizes 

Many well known ladles of Vic- 
toria, both single and married, are 
enlisting in the ranks at the Variety 
and Columbia Theatres in the drive 
for the Chevrolet touring car, which 
is being offered aa first prize in a 
voting contest. One hundred votes 
are given to each entry and the 
name is then placed on the list, 
which Is Phown at each performance 
at the theatres. Five votes are given 
with each paid admission which 
can be cast for the favorite candi- 

•The contest only runs one month 
and the prize Is well worth the ef- 
forts that one can put forth. In 
addition to the car, two diamond 
rings valued at $160 will be given as 
second and third prizes. Anyone 
wishing to enter their name or that 
of some lady friend should fill out 
the blank coupon in the advcrtlee- 
nient in another part of this paper 
and It will entlllp them to 100 votes 
to start. They sliould not delay as 
each day lOHt means so many votes 
gone that they might have secured 
toward the count. 


Meet ins on Wctlnewlay Kyonliig Next 

Will Deal Willi Important Feature 

111 Future Policy of lioi-al I*Briy 

As Tuesday next has been declared 
a public hoHBay, tho meeting of Con- 
serv.itlves railed for that evening at 
the new rooms In tho Ai'cade Block, 
View Street, has been postponed until 
tho following evening, when the ques- 
tion of the Inauguration of a junior 
association will be .conpildered. All 
those Interested are urged to attend, 
as it is realized that only by united 
counsel and advice will it be possible 
to successfully start a junior assocla-^ 
tlon, one of vital importance to tho 
future of the Conservative party. It 
is probable Mr. W. J. Bowser, K.C., 
will be present and »i>eak if other en- 
gagements do not i>revent him do- 
ing so. 


Rev. F. A. Robbmon Gives IntcmtUns 
Address for Presbyterian Isidle* 

The redenrvptlve work of the Pres- 
byterian Church in Canada was the 
aub>ect of. the interesting address 
delivered yesterday afternoon at St. 
Andrew's Presbyterian Church for 
the Women's Auxiliary by Rev. F. A. 
Robinson, Secretary of the Board of 
Evangelism for the Presbyterian 
Church in Canada. Mr. Robinson 
conies to Victoria In capacity of 
secretary to Oypsy Smith, but to his 
role of secretary of th* Board of 
Evangelism his headquarters ar* at 
Tdronto. His talk yesterday was very 
Informatlv*. and told the ladles much 
about th* r*dMnpUv« work that I* 
being carried on in some of the 
homes which dot the country be- 
tween Cape Br«to» and Alberm. 

This aft«rno*B Mr. Robinson Is 
•peaking at Bt. Andrew's Presbyterian 
Church at thr** «'clock. - 

BRirmBliS, Nov. 8. — A piece of the 
White flag under which the German 
pence emis s a rl sy aresssd th* hattle 
lines at LacapiiUe. November 7, 191S. 
was placed in th* Royal Museum here 
yesterday. Th* piece of the historic 
white cl*th.*a girt fr*m T'*rance. Is 
mounted on leather and encased in a 


Csme* Pmhiona Mr 

Evening Gowns 

for Approaching 


IT will be a matter of considerable interest to 
many women to know that a choice assort- 
ment of dainty Evening' Gowns are newlj 
unpacked at this store. And they are incompara- 
bly beautiful, these new gowns. Some show the 
influence of the bouffant hip-line usually contriv- 
ed by graceful drapings or side fullness. Notice- 
able colors arc sunset, pumpkin, coral, copen, nile, 
black, white, flesh and orchid — trimmings of os- 
trich plu-mes. metallic ribbon and tiny beads are 
prominent. Prices 

•* 't*, 

$35 to $105 


728-730.734 YttesSt 
Telephone 3983 

Special Offer 

20% Off 

Untrimmed Black Velvet 



Winter Coat Sale, and 

Raincoats specially 


GirU' DrcMes and Winter 

Seabrook Young 

PhoD* 4740 
CoHMT Bra*d sad JoliasoB .Sis. 


Why Worry 

Over your pipes 
freezing, when we 
can come up and 
tliaw them out in* a 
few hours? Give us 
a call when you need 



Plumbing and Heating 

741 Pandora Street. 

Phones 828, 4596L 


Victoria Branch Port Missionary's 
Report for October, 1919 

There are times when one feels de- 
pressed and wonders^ if there is any 
good being got out of the work here, 
in this city. At other times one <s 
lifted up and greatly encouraged, with 
a desire to lift up the head and give 
praise to Almighty God, for what He 
has done. 

A dear girl, the daughter of one 
of our Imperial Xavy. has just re- 
turned from the Old Couptry with a 
portion of the family, l^he worked 
in the munitions factory and con- 
tracted that terrible disease, con- 
sumption. Thank God. since her re- 
turn, Hhe has found the Saviour, and 
patiently Is waiting the «'ml for Home. 

The Harrison limr H.8. Architect 
has been in port for two dnys. The 
crew made their home at the Insti- 
tute, writing letters to their loved 
ones and making use of the other 
facilities offered. One of tho men 
referred to the picture on tho wall, 
"Knocking at the Door." This led to 
an invitation being given to the men 
to becomes members of the Interna- 
tional BallorH' Brotherhood Hhis 
movement has been referred to in the 
former reports to you). Kight of the 
men signed the pledge of the Brother- 
hood, received their button! and 
Bibles. Have we not cause to be 
thankful? Then let all our members 
make it a matter of urgent prayer 
that these men may sec the Light 
through the reading of God's Word. 
Six pairs of socks were given and an 
unlimited supply of magazines. 

A Men's Club is being formed, to 
which all sailors of both services will 
be cordially welcomed. 

Am sorry to record the decease of 
Assistant Paymaster Bridgewater. He 
leaves to mourn his loss .a young 
widow. May our Heavenly Father 
comfort and sustain her In her great 

Am thankful to say there is very 
little sickness among the men just at 
this time. 

SiatMlos for the MvBth 

Number signing book 27 

Visits made i. 322 

Seamen aided • • •»'•<*.. 1 

Bervloes held .....:... ft 

Sunday School lessons t given ' ... .4 
Port Missionary's vlslto to: 

Hospitals ,.. 4 

Sick sailors 4 

Homes IT 

Word of Ood dbrtHbutcd (Blbl**) • 

Magasines < parcels) f 

Money l*ft In «harg* |7S 

Th* ne ce ss a ry rcpalrg and minor 
alterations to the Royal Naval Insti- 
tute will be finished by the ead of 
the week. 

The few boys In the dockyard and 
boats are making good us* of th* 

The laatera servtess will comm«Bc* 
on Snaday ovenlng. Nov. If.- 

Please uphold these efforts tnr th* 
good of the boys and the inhabitants 
oC JBg^^msit wltb jour prajsra. i 


Next Tuesday b to Be 
the National Day of 


Tomorrow make it a special feature to 
buy fish, either fresh or salt, and make 
special effort to buy it here. There's a 
reason, and it's not "Grape Nuts." 


902 Gov*rBBMat Str**t 

Harry Sl»c* 

Pboa* 72 


Ford Cars With Wmter Tops 

Rain or snow, you can now hire any of our Fords (drive 
yourself), equipped with a Winter top; glass windows. All 
the comforts of a Limousine. We also rent Dodges, Over- 
lands and Chevrolets 

721 Vfaw SirMfc 

Juicy Meat Pies 

Melton-Mowbray, beef, pork, steak and kidney — these are among 
the varieties of meat pics we bake every day. They're crisp of crust 
and ever so juicy. Take a few home one day this week. 


Phone 1929. 

641 Yates Street. King Edward Block 


Artiat and DMiffBtf 

lastrsetio* Oivsa la C— isi er c lal Daslga 

Room 14, 1006 Gov't St 

Victoria, B.C. 


IMargarct Rodcc Robertson Chapter 

Plsnit Rnmmagr Sale — fklura* 

tional .Si'CTCtary .Appointed 

The monthly meeting of the Mar* 
garct Rorhe Rob«»rtKon Chapter was 
held Friday at headquartrrn, seven- 
teen membetn being present. Owing 
to the obsenre, through illncsH, of 
the regent. Mm. Paterson. the vice- 
regent. MIon Bolle Hastic. took the 
ohalr. The treasurer's report nhowed 
a balance of 91B2.29. 

In addition to the regular routine 
buHlneHK. Mrs. W. K. II. Godson gave 
a very clear end comprehcnulve sc- 
count of the address given by Mrs. 

TW 9l*r* of QaalUy 

Repeat Orders 

Make any buatncM • succca* L>«av« 
that part to th* Victoria Art Km- 

Tour trial orttT In what coeenma 
ua. Brtnit that IMctura or Portrait 
alona. Yoa ara aaaarcd of rourtaaua 
trraiment. W« arr at your aervlea to 
pleaae vou it i>oaaible. 

Victoria Art EfflporinD 

tse Johnson ftt. West of Gov't. 
Phone 2«I6. 

Rmith, the National Educational 
Hecretary, earlier In lh«' afternoon. 
Mies Donitt Pullen was appointed sa 
delegate to tho patrlotle service eom- 
mittee and Miss Theresa Doreell. 
elected educational secretory. 

The secretary wss inntruetod to ask 
for November 2* for rummage 

sale. It Was decided to send flowers 
to the regent, who ;for some time bnn 
been 111 and unable to attend meet- 
ings. * 


V'' '1' 


Ernest R. BalF 


Latest Song Successes 
"Today, Tomorrow ami Forever^ 

Sang by Edward Alka 



re imung a Mbar d Me*' 

Sang by Rtcbael Grant ' 

Now Sellins 

With the 

Norember Blue ^ttbberol Recorde 


Melodle Kathleen Parlov 

Smilin' Thro ......••> .•. TbooMft Chalmen 

Aia 26 Others 
Call md Hew Them 


PlK>n( S449 

1004 GovarnaMMt St 


••ea* •t: . Z *. 


P *'■■■■ ■ i j iiii ^ ■ ■■ I ■ 11 II III ill! ■ Ml II II I. .. I pn II I ■ ■■m^m w III— ■ 

The ifK}niumlikM-9gi^mnt with mpioT-etr values, just 
so much more ^^th nhOO trMml yo^bt sbout the bargains 
we ave now oSfvn^* :itf¥tA thesft<^f^s. and you will 
realize how remgti»W>in4cr<>priCc<i ihef «re- 

lAXON. If 1$, Sl-MfSflMrer mpdel. ^ith electric light*, spot 
%bt AM Mattel -WgbM'Hir**' Ml 4nd 6ne spmre. almost 
new. 'Fi|U )9#ani(e«>^r-«l>«oels.. New care atmilarlv 
efoippciLscll for^|^;|OQ. T*»i» ««« •1.400 

HUPMOKIUE, SfMUMcaacf;; newly patated. Has been in 
use by tm/flt owfc'r ooly, :^nd has nad most careful serv- 
ice. A-1 condition. Our inicst used car value at 91-»^®0 

CHBVXOLBTi 19111 S-passeoKcr model, with S good tires. 
Storace battery ric^taUy overhauled. New car of this < 
model, $1,1S0. TMrOoe, a snap at ... 9860 

Other Uaad Can from 
$400 Up 

USED CARS AT 1 ^^^^^ and District in Bri e f 


Broughton St. Phone 697 Vlctoila^ B.C 



'mff Mmy— Try It for a Moalh^ 

A Nice ChristtiifUs Box 

Send Seine Apf^ke to Yoof Friend* in England for 


We have some Jonathans and Mcintosh Reds — in fact, any 
kind you want. We pack these and pay the ^^ OQ 
postage to Eniglahd. Per box tp X • »f O 

All parcels mailed this week will be delivered in time for 

Spirit Mondajr in Grocery Depvtment r 

IfTilfStaJrs Jams, in 4-lb. pails. . Assorted, inclpding rasp- ^-f AA 
berry and strawberry. Per i>ail „„I > \... W1.UU 

Special All Week in Drug D epar tment 

Citrate et Magnesia, Ufer- 
vweaat— Regular Mc Q|Sa 

IflbllBcn's Shaving Cream, 
lUHiUr iU packets, V\PJ 


VerrflKrfm — The gi^at Beef, 

Iron and Wine Tonic. LergKk 
battlei.i B«na#i^ $1;Q0. fM ^ 
Special ,,-«~-...~ i tIv 

SAnDie :'B6*ti«8« ^e ' , 



^$ped4~iyr'We«k IP C^nffi^tiMersr 'department 

iM^tMiira'tclbr Beans, kegular Isl^^r'lb.' 



-_— .juwypji »'Ji-wji» II Uew^shipr 
•^"^^ nVept of ^ngHsh-made goods. 

days at per set-. V>£lf3»\^ 


t h 


;j|pQ%t^«n^um Potato Pota 
•^ '-^VVith eiclr one of these is 
a handy lid for potfrini.R'eg. 
liUr $2.75. WiK' 

Special <D^«X9, 

The Mew Vacuun Wasker nukes washing day t. pleasure. d^-| H Q. 
Regular $1.50, for „.....! .;...».„.....J....- wX«X«F 

H. 0. KIRKHAM & CO., Ltd. 


DltAMaa* *^ "^ NsvislMM, na^-^:^.^^ lUat, 8821 

It nOllCSe GrMWT, 178 aod 179 DaHvwy. 8882 



ff Are your tires in shape 

(or the skiddy roadsf V 1 
. Let us quote you a price 
oit retreading^ your tires. 

dl^Qmngs & Meads 

PllM«p )I«T— •!!» 

ni rort suMt 

-^' STAGE 

Cewkhan Lab* and Dnaean 
Bvary Monday, Tnasday, Thors^ 

daj and Fridajr 
Leave CowichaaXsika 8:30 uml 
Arrive Duncan Station 9:45 ajn. 

]l«eav« Duncan 12 noon 

Arrive Cowicban X^ike 1 :30 p ja. 
Fare One Way, 82X0 



4tis. SMI 

br OUR rniBND rnrn 

eicander^s Wood itnd Fuel 

Oaet Woaetor 

—to Bi eeto. IS Uu S4 In.. It tn^ ver eord 
Daqrered aarv luae* wltliiii city limits 



iffWTtne ^oi>». IieniK eietaae* Hapliag • apeotauiy. 



B0T'VlCr6ftY B6NDS 


»& V<li Slakt, $40 and $4S 

Tbeie are large size and fine $oft fur. 

Kil^ Lfil^IE CO. LTD. 

iat7 Brosd Street 


of the Stepire — ID* 
Mnalelpaj ChepU>r. I. O. D. ET. wlU 
meet on Tburaday at 2 p. m. In tha 
baad4U*rt«r«. Jones Balldlnv. 

' flUver IVm Wedneaday — Ksqulmalt 
Chapter,' I.O.D.K., will hold a silver 
taa and home<coofciniE Wedneeday at- 
temoofi next at the residenc* of Mrs. 
Wood. Ea«uimaU Naval Yard. 

Addrasa to Vlacuuut Jelllcoe— The 
ESQUlmalt Mtaoiclpal Council haa had 
prepaJted a haadBome Illuminated ad- 
dreaa. wbleb will be presented to 
Viscount Jelltcqs tomorrow. 

WUI l>resent rfaa i iii js The L«dy 
Douglas Chapter, I.O.D.E., will pro- 
aant one of the Dauahters of the 
Kmplre pietures to Sir James Douk- 
las School on Monday afternoon at 
3: so ^'clock. 

Reoelvoa Maxim Gun— ^he Van- 
eouver Qrancb of the Navy Leacub 
already Is in receipt of a 1^ -pounder 
Maxim aun, which has been loaned 
to the Iieague by the Department of 
Militia and Defence. 
. liate Iioan lUHnnla— Nanalmo sub- 
scribed $292,000 in Victory Bonds up 
to last niabt. The Island Districts, 
with some still to hear from, have 
eontributed over 1400,000 towards the 
blR figure rolled up to date. 

Tbe Bhgilah Novel—Prof. Cedrlc, of 
the University of British Columbia, 
has presented to the Victoria Publie 
Library a syllabus on tba Sncllsh 
novel for Winter readina. The list of 
books is arranged so as to enable 
those who wish to do some liabt read- 
ing to do so to advantage. ^ < 

MbIm Prosentation — Members of 
the local fire department have pres- 
ented Mr. Frank Merryfield, for nine 
years a valued member Of the brig- 
ade, with a handsome oak wrttinc 
desk, on the occasion of his recent 
marriage to Mrs. Elsie Butt, of Bng- 

Birthday Tea — The local branch of 
the Navy I«aaue , oC^ Canada an- 
nounces that the Birthday tea at the 
Connaught Seamen's Institute will 
take place on Tuesday next, from 4 
to S o'clock. .All friends of the sailor 
are cordially invited, and It is hoped 
Jthat Xady Jell^coa will ba present. . 

An Explanatlon-^In order to pre- 
vent any misunderstanding it should 
be noted that the dance advertised to 
take place at the Alexandra Club on 
the 17th Inst, under the name of the 
Elks' Jazx Quintette Is In no way of- 
ficially connected with the Blka' 
club or lodge. 

Wostboltne Ap p ea l " Proceedings in 
the Court of Appeal relative to the 
City's appeal from Mr. Justice Mac- 
donald's decision In the Westholme 
case, declaring the powers of ihe neu- 
tral arbitrator to be unrestricted in 
his investigations, >will commence In 
Vancouver tomorrow. 

War Veseraaa— War veterans who 
intend' to Invest their war yratulty In 
Victory bondb, '1919, should vet their 
amplications In ias soon ai^ possible, as 
some time is consumed, in getting 
such applications through. For all 
informaUon on this matter call up 
telephone 683S. 

Meets ConaerTaUTc»7>Mr. W. J. 
Bowser, K. C. leader of the Conser- 
vative .party In British Columbia, 
'will go to Cobble Hill on Friday next 
to meet the Conservatives of tbe dis- 
trict at a aathertna arranged In his 
honor. Matters pertaining to 
party organization and future will 
bo discussed. 

Olotbes for Refoacea— Mrs. Cassldy, 
who has adopted a village near Liege, 
Belgium, will be glad to receive con- 
tributians of clotbina <or men, women 
and children, and ChrUrtmkk . toys, ;f 
the same are left at her home on 
Garbally Road, or at Terry's Drug f 
Store, Fort Street, before niBxt Fri- 
day, when a shipment will be dis- 

Shacks, Not Houses, Condemned—. 

In the list of house ordered destroyed 
by the City Couneil "a frame dwel- 
ling at 85 North Park Street" appears 
Instead of franie shacks at the rear of 
tme address. Mrs. Catherine King, nf 
Fernwood Road, is the owner of the 
house, which is reported to be In 
good condition. 

Tea 'at Seamen's Institute— The 
birthday tea at the Connaught Sea- 
men's Institute will take place on 
Tuesday, November 11. from 4 to « 
p. m. AH friends of the sailor are 
invited. It is urgently requested that 
all ladles attendinR bring with them a 
copy of some periodical for the sa'lor. 
It Is hoped Lady Jelllcoe will be 

Canada's Ftsh Day — ^Next Tuesday 
has been set aside as Canada's fish 
day, when every loyal citizen is sup- 
posed to restrict himself to fish diet. 
In Vancouver Mr. A. 8. Sherman, the 
well-known fish "operator," haa 
through Mayor Oale, offered free of 
charge to all charitable Institutions of 
that city any quantity of fish they 
may choose to order on that day. 

Inspector of Plokled Flsb— ^William 
Wilson of Vancouver has been ap- 
pointed Inspector of Pickled Fish, 
with headquarters at Pori Alberni. 
His duties will be - principally con- 
fined to the herring fishing. He has 
had considerable experience In the 
same field in the Old Country and 
occupied a similar position with the 
department last year, when he made 
his headquarters at Napaimo. 

8«ttIeBMnt Board Investnent — The 
Provincial Cabinet passed an order- 
In-Counoil yesterday morning author- 
ising the Provincial Land Settlement 
Board to Invest Its sinking funds to 
the extent of 186,000 In 1919 Victory 
Bonds This sum is already Included 
In Victoria's total subscription. The 
Board took up blocks of both previous 
war loan's, and yesterday's figures 
bring the total investment in this way 
up to $1(3,000. 

Unitarian Lectnrea T he Naveml>er 
syllabus for the First Unitarian 
Church includes the following: This 
evening. Madame Sanderson-Mongin. 
whose subject will be "Lafayette": 
Sunday, November IS. Mrs. J. D. 
Gordon, director of the Hemes 
Branch of tbe Soldlfr Settlement 
Board. "Social Service"; November 
22. W. O. .Oaunea. "Ceasanration of 
Child Ufa." AU thaaa win t» gtvaa 
la tha arsnlaa, 

Itall to OSiv«— 'PayasaaSer Haddon. 
of ir.M.C.S. Rainbow, has. in con- 
junction with his capable committee 
completed arrangements for the ball 
to ba held tomorrow night In Alex- 
andra Ballroom to welcome the 
crew of H. M. 8. New Zealand. It 
4a expected that at some time dur- 
ing the evening Admiral Lord Jel- 
llcoe, Admiral Kingsmlll. Director of 
the Canadian Naval Sefvlce; and 
Captain Martin, R. N« Superintend- 
ent of the Dockyard at Esqulmalt, 
will pay. a ^visit to the hall. Aa an 
indicaUon of the popularity of the 
event over one hundred applications 
for invitations have had to be turned 
down by the committee wjth regret, 
owing to the list having already been 

MttniHpal Reform— 'At the roeeUng 
of the Women's Independent Political 
Associaiiof^ held in the Victoria Club 
Friday evening, an interesting discus- 
sion followed a report read by Mrs. 
Grace Johnston, the secretary. Mrs. 
Johnston attended tbe convention of 
the Union of British Columbia Ma- 
nicipaiitlea at North Vancouver re^ 
oently. The dlsouasion which fol- 
lowed Mrs. Johnston's report resulted 
In a committee being appointed to 
prepare a tentative municipal plafc* 
form, containing proposed reforms, 
which will be presented and conald- 
ered at the next meeting of the As- 
sociation on Friday, November :i, at 
3 o'clock. This meeting will also take 
the form of a social silver tea, and 
Mrs. Mawhinney and Mies Christopher 
were appointed refreshment com- 

St. Joseph Tac Day— The little 
children of Victoria have evidently 
many good friends. In any case, tha 
public subscribed generously — and al- 
most universally. Judging by the sta- 
tistics—to the tag held yesterday in 
aid of the children's ward of St. 
Joseph's Hospital. The auditors last 
night announced the collection as 
$1,467, representing 16,000 taga This 
means that all the adults and a great 
many of the younger people of the 
City "gave their mite," and incident- 
ally the canvass of the City in so 
thorough a fashion, jirflved. aa excel- 
lent advertisement of the fact that 
there is at St. Joseph's a children's 
ward ready to care for any little people 
who are sick and in need of nursing 
back to health. 


The Foundation boxing committee 
have been busy gathering the best 
possible talent to show In the main 
bouts of th^ tournament to be held in 
the shipyard recreation building on 
Friday next. 

Among the chief events of the even- 
ing will be the following bouts: 
Murphy of Tacoma vs. Dutch Hill at 
125 lbs., Norton (Foundation) vs. 
Moffatt (Tacoma), at ISB lbs. (Mof- 
fatt is the P.N. A. champion at this 
weight); Stanton vs. Morgan (liady- 
smlth) and Grant (Tacoma) vs. Dan 
McDonald (Vancouver) at IBS lbs. 

The newsboys will also be seen In 
action, the old rivals. Best and Mat- 
thews, being matched again. 

The handsome prises whloh are to 
— ^he awarded the winners will be on 
the pview during this week at the Two 
Jacks Dope, Government Street. 

Averae to War With Italy 

VIENNA, Nov. 8. — Advices re- 
ceived from Agram, Jugo-Slavia, re- 
port that meetings are being held 
there in protest against a possible war 
with Italy. The general tenor of the 
speeches and the resolution is that if 
Serbia has any difficulties with Italy 
she should fight them out without 
involving either Croatia or Slavonia. 


Meteorlqglcal Office, Victoria, A.C.. No- 
vember •. 1>1>, 


An obean alorm area centred on the Nor- 
thern Coast ie likely to cause rainy mild 
weather extendins to the Straits and 
Sound. Snow Is falllns In Central B.C. and 
zero temperatures have occurred In Alberta 
and Saskatchewan, 


Victoria, B.C it 

Vancouver , M 

Kamloops li 

Barkervllie « 

Prince Rupert U 

Atlln la 

Dawson, T.T f 

Calgary, AlU 77— « 

Winnlpas, Man. St 

Portland, Ore tS 

San Francisco, C»l. 4i 

Port Arthur i| 

Pentlcton s« 

Nelson j... j« 

Grand Forks li 

Cranbrook . ., .........— I 

Kaalo ^ It 

** 'Street ...•....>.......••••..«•. ..I 

^'^^west •.•.••«.....•••.•.. ..■...!« 










MinlmuiB on srasa, 10; brlsht sunshlae, i 
a. SO min. : senermi state of weather, fair. 

Failing Vision 
Can Be 

Let mc apply my skill at an 
optician — let me make a special 
pair of lenses to correct your 
optical defects, and you no 
longer will be handicapped with 
faulty vision. 

My service is unexcelled any- 
where, yet my price* are quite 


Optician and Optomatrttt 
Member B.C Optical Asaoctetloa 

1013 QoTMiuiMiit Siraet 

Noat to Irielk Usen a 
Takyhona Mft 

Peariine! ^"1^^ PgaWine! 


Have bought a job lot of this popular Washing Powder, the usual price of which is 
18c per packet While it lasts we arc selling it at 

Two Packets for 25 Ceiits 

Natro Paanttt Butter^— Very nice. 
Per tin , - 

Be sure and get a few tins of 
Frima Italian Pniaa Jam^ 
4-lb. tin 

Wild Roac Pastry Pldnr— '10-lb eotton 

SelCk 11 I ■■■ efi III 11 I I 

Delidoua Prcsb-Oround Coffaa— 

Per lb _....«..• 

C. tt 8. Bread Plo«r->-The beet made 
49-lb sack 



Cft a.Ct««aMgr 

Per lb. —„-:?... 

W« Cif Yo« Good Valoe lor Your Moaef all lb»TlaM 


f f 

fh6b- 94 and 98. 

vk Folrmerly Copas Be Younf 


Cor. r^rt and 9lroa4 Sts. ^ P^Mt 94 aM 96. 

nicest made. Per !b. 
Albarta Stonga 

Per dozen ~~.— 

Pfer lb. .77.. — ' 

pacific or IfapU Laaf mk^ 

2 tins for 

U»eaoa Met «-TMt 








Something She Will Cherith 
All Her Housckeepidf Days — Ati 

■ l* 


English China Dinner Set 

Fine China — there's something in the 
thought that never fails to excite fem- 
inine fancy, for 'tis every woman's 
ambition to one day possess a set of the 
most delightful China in all the world 

— ^the product of England's potteries 
such as we are now displaying in plenti- 
ful^varkfy. W« ipvite your inspection 
of the beautiful Dinner Sets which we so 
briefly touch upon in the paragraphs 

Limoges Dinner Set of 97 
Piejccs. All artistic decora- 
tion of green, yellow and 
gold. A similar set i3 dec- 
orated in green, pink and 
gold. Both are. priced 
at _ _ $67.50 

A China Dinner Set of 100 
Pieces is ornamented with 
flot-al decoration and pea- 
cock. Price i $38.50 

Anethar Dainty Sami-Poree- 
lain Dinnar Set of 112 
Piecaa has a narrow {mm^vi' 
der showing tints of 
brown, blue, gjeen and 
red. Price — t-Tvr— ^?2v00 

A Semi - Porcelain Dimiar 
Set of 112 Pieces, with . 
turquoise blue • decoration 
and t)rown and grten boi*«- 
der. Price ..... — ...,.J72.00 

A 97-Pieca Sami-Pftrealaiii 
Dimiar Set is ornamented 
with fine black lines, whita 
and gold. Price.... $33.7j 

Tba Cclabrated filue Yuaii 

piece set at $31:50 ' 

■A 49-Piace Set in the beauti- 

, ful Transfer ItoselTHtJat- 

tern !s most moderately 

priced at $18.90 

Remember the Linen Shower at the Royal Jubilee Hospital oa Tuesday, November 11 I 


Government Street, Opposite Post Office 

For Chilblains 

Um Our dfflJBLAIN UNOMEfnT, 28 Cwla. 

Cyms DL Bowes 

Dispensing Chemist 
Cor. C a war uMMm St. mmi Viow, Opp. BaidK of 

At the Theatre 

—For your party, or when a little 
inexpensive gift la desiredp-these 
are oecaiions when 


never fail to pleate. Their HaTor 
brought them into nwOf. »«»d 
there are more than fifty-seven 
varieties of these delightful 

Yea Oct Them Only at 

< Stevenson's 

Tag Y.I.. Siml aid 



Tea Room Sorvico That 

Breakfast, lunch or afternoon tea— drop li| tt one of these 
times, and you be tbe judge of tbis Ittnch room's superior 


Pott St %/■ MA .A. M 9pr r?flitaa 


I , rx'M| i f' li « ■ 

44b. Tba af 

Mir* dailciotts, per Jsr. 

>.•*•••*•« •'•■«•« • • ••• .$S.MI 

'..••. ••f •««•• . 

AtparagitSpKiil! SpMialAspuigntt 

AapmtM* This bnwd 
ts fanoas ail over tba Amert* 
can continent. A larfe size tbi 
offered at the - jj | g^a 

spedil pHca of. . . . tlfm9%^ 

• AsparagM T^a. These, 
too, are daltckMS, aii4 «om« 
prfM tha ebolcaat part of tha 
AtpsratM, tba 04K«a 
tips. One tla iWCfV 


OppMita PoBt Oftaa 

Oriental b^ense 

We hairc fast reedvad s new 
ahlptnent. iwdalifood, Varbeaa 
and Rose. SOe per paehafe. 

Oriolal Gotois 

These ar# tba fsmoas Mtkar* 
bad, from British India. We have 
these in small squares to large 
cariahi site. 

S4ea Oar Window 

Carter Ortonial 
Tilling Co. 

rot faet §%, 


Batter on tha market, 
naada I n m 

PBODVoour Aif9au4Wiii 
fsa fftmth PmAWL f*aai%til 

ULAjm Am 


Aboaidaserlbes oar ffflets ao ariff. 

thing efectrlc 


iiH#a HaaM^v-Tta alft<t%lslad 
jNUdalcbt taa ...... ^...^M 

WUttaO BecMe CpB 

Y— f JlsnHriaM 


■c»0waU A Haa 



They Settled "BOl," We^Settle Bill84- 



>» Yoiw Fumitorc and 

!• loorf U^ Chri«|fnM 

▼■Wirt — « Mate— "ChiMUc." « 
vrtmet flnt«h for woodwork; 
all atia^M. rrte«i. 7Bc. 4tA 

nntoik to. no«ra?^ all BlMide* 

Piirc, per auArt SA.T9 

ilawi— »ata«— ■'Ht»y Brtf^t." 
«• •Kc«ll«fi» iMilnt for all 
poM«. P*r^ thi ..... 

Bvarluitle," a durable vantUh 
with « lit«t» vioaa. Prleaii |l J« 


Qanada Is Counting oh 
Yoiir Biiying 

Canada is couVi!lii)g:^6n four biiyliijjvhrt'ory 
Canada's obligations to her army ^ are your 
oWi£ations.. .•-.-.,* 

*'' ;t£Kiada's n«ed tii'fniliiitiBdflfirteas. orders is your 
• need. ''- ,/,X,'?^-^ ' "-'''^ ' 

Canada is counting on you. You cannot /ail her. 
Caitada is yijur Country.' ' Buy Victdry Bonds to : 
thelhHit. . , , ^ . 

Mackay C& Gillespie, Ltd. 





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T HE Rottry Club invftes' eVeVy boy In victodi to come t^' thf 
^^ 1 New Orin Han nexi Welinwdal^ercBlfliit 7:30. sir Arthur 
Currie-ot Rotarian— .and olbfr/ f|igak<r» will make ihterestlnf 
addresses. There's a chance to win a i$^0 Victory Bond, too — but 
come*— and bring yo«r boy frlenda. . It's all free. 


tot. >Z}I Poitalaa Street. ^ 

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Members of Federated Labor 
P^rty Hold After-Election 
Reunion and Cheer Defeated 
Candidate — Looking Ahead 

nMm.236 Jt^tCQ 

Afiernoon Teas, WiihDanfiing ^ ■' 

Home-Made Cakes and Pa$trtes. ^ * 

Evenings— Dancing and Refreshments, with Orchestra./ 

from8:#D. -r^ ^ 

Mow Opm Snyprani BvOdu^, DooglM St 

To celebrate ' th« ''moral victory" 
achieved at the recent Federal by- 
election bere at which ita candidate 
aecured Jl,*00 votea but waa defeated 
by Hon.* Dr. Tolmie, 'MInlaf ef of AffH- 
culture, and to dlaouai poaalbllltiea 
of contlnuinar and enlarglnc the acope 
of Ita orsanlxatton, the Federated 
Labor Party held a meetlns laat 
nlfht at Latbor headquartera. Knights 
of Pythlaa Hall, at which about 160 
members and friends were preaont. 
The galherinff waa in the nature of 
a reunion at which the party'a candi- 
date, J*r. T. A. Barnard, of New 
Weatmlnater, and Mrs. Barnard were 
honored yueata. -Refreshmenta were 
aerved and a short programme, chief- 
ly conaiatlng 6f apeeches by promi- 
nent memtMra of the party, waa ren- 
dered. Mr. Dao Poupard occupied 
the tfbair. 

In ten-minute apeechea, Mr. Pou- 
pard, Rev. Mr. Bpeno*. Mr. E. 8. 
Woodward, Rev. \Viniam Stevenson 
and Dr. Erneat Hall emphaataed the, 
to /hem, remarkable evidence of 
.ailpport which the people of Victoria 
were accordina the prlnolplea fot 
which the Federated Lal>or Party 
atenda, d support Indloated by the 
B,00t vote* polled for Mr. Barnard. 
.They eulogized the clean flyht put 
up toy Mr.' Barnard and deprecated 
the "unfair" and "unclean" tactics 
indulged in by the Government. 
Eliminate the R«d 

Dr. Hall ursed that if the activi- 
ties of the party are^ to be successful 
care must be shown 'not to pVeJudic^ 
the public. He advised the elimina- 
tion of anything in the nature of 
"red," saying that such terms aa 
"conflscatlon" and "direct acti on" 
ai^lagonised people who would other- 
wise heartily support the party plat- 

Rev. Mr. Rtevenson expressed the 
hope that when the next contest came 
around Mr. Barnard would be the 
candidate, asHertlrig, "we have un- 
altered conAdence In him as a man 
and a dtlien." He advocated a Labor 
College In Victoria and emphasised 
the vast Importance of the spiritual 
force in every movement for the bet- 
terment of 'mankind. 

At this stage of the proceedings 
Mr. Leonard Tall entered the hall 
and waa given a neat at the front, the 
chairman referring to him as an old 
Conservative stalwart who has re- 
signed his' party afflllations to Join 
the Federated Labor 'Party. 

"That's all right If he really under- 
stands our policy," continued Mr. 
Poupard. "That policy is practically 
a RoclallHt doctrine. The man who 
Joins us must be In earnest, we want 
no paraaiteH or loafers. , If Mr. Talt 
understands that thoroughly and still 
wants to conic In he is welcome." 
■eoiaium Seeded 

Mr. Talt . stated be had come to 

!Good aotluiif at Moderate PKce^ 

Men! Whether You Need a New Sah, Overcoat, Under- 
wear or Furnishings, This Store Can Supply That N^ 


Our stealB mtm !■(«•— tkejr war* bM«ht 
snonths aff*. W« can reaomasand thaai in 
^nalitj. and Um pi jy aw fair fw tka valnaa 

Our Wmdow Display 
of New Suits 

Will give you a aliffht ide» of the garments 
we offer. • 

We want you tQ notice the smairt style 
of -tlw gnrmenta ahown. remrmbertng that 
we aim to have styles th^t are pleasing to 
meti of all ages and ideas of correct dress. 

Waitt-am McMlclm 135.00 to USM 

Consenrathrc Styln. Iiaoo. $23.00. t35.00 

to - - mjon 

Special Values m (Hrer- 
cosb for Young Men 

On Sek M o«dey » $aa.ik> ud $25 

For Overcoats in these smart styles, waist- 
veam models, belted and form-fitting 
stylea, in good sffades of browns; good- 
fitting nrments at a very, moderate 
prke, I83J0 to ^.^.^^U \..^ faSjOO 

lues in Men's Socks 

of t£"i.2*Ar^'SIS!l" W." ^'iiSSf !i,^!lJ!l"*Uir* •*»• *"• "^H «•« tremendoua adrancea 
1 « J^^ ^^J^ . "• wwtet the agilags wkh oar cuatomcra. NOTE THE PRICES. 

English BUck Ca fc hy ra Zi%, medium weight.' aU 

«*'^.. -v .—-'•-•—";•.,..-— - ^^...:.i....,.^ -,7Je . 

BnffHah Black CMhmtre Son, heavy weighl. afl 
wool, good wearing gjc 

BntUah Blaeic Ctfkhmerk 8oa. finely #ovfeti. of" 
food weight; estceptioivUly good vatoe; ilJS 
and , _ ^ WlM 

Br^wn Caahmcre tos, good dark shade $1.00 

Eiv6y tho Comfort ol a Good Wann Swoetor 

Onrt l(fc e »l M H Veleoa «r$|aoo 

Brown, green, grey, maroon and navy». Eacellejit 
values at _ r- „_ .; $10iX) 

FlMBokMo Niite SUrtt 

Made full aiac and long lengths, $UMI and $3.00 

SIm|> W«rm end ConfortiiM* 

Vtannclettc Pajamas, plain gray and striped. 

H«a»y Wool Hcathsr Sox, in Lovat and brown 
shades; -very warm and comfortable $1.2S 

Black or Oxford Ribbad Worsttd Sox/ heavy 
weight $li» 

WWf« Botany Wool Sox, line rib, extra quality. 

" - fiio 

.. - , — oTay and natun 

different qualities. 3Sc, SOc, 7Se and 

Price :.,, _■ %i,„ 

Haavjr Union Sox, in gray and natural; several 
•• - ^- -- 1,^ 

Yo«1l NMd • Ci«i for Wot WoelW . 

Au4 you can't ^ better than come to this store. 
Our cap assortment is large and the values are 
good. $1JS to $4X10 

N««r IfaHOtt DHpky 

Jtlst from the makers' hands. Smart in shape 
and entirely new in color; rich browns, grays 
and greens, to match the overcoats. $5.00, |SM 
«n<* ~i. . ...:...... $7.50 

Men's UnicMirSuit Underwear Special 

Kkastie rib, natural color, heavy combed cotton, per suit tlin 

Alsp^Sbirts^ and Drawers _....^ ■;;^. XTTS 

■""^K.* ^2?i2 ^21: ^-Ii*«^^»**]*= ''•»• "•*"'•» «>»of' J» •«"thT* "different 
weighhi. $4J0, $04)^ S7>S0 and „ tiJO 

StaaSald's Sldrta •nfJDttwara, in all the different qualitiei, medinw ^ 

heavy weights. $2JS» $5,00. to .; _.^ iTic 


614^16 Yates Stroei 


l^rn. Must a man wlio has bM* a 
Conaarvatlva or a Liberal continue to 
Hv« (n ihe mmtv t^ltloaa of the pastT 

f the past 

He hid decidad there was sooMShlag 
better. The old parties bad liot amell- 
oratad the oondltion of humanity. • He 
fiad concluded that the prlnclplea of 
Soolallsm met the condition* now exlat- 
lag la the world In a betetr manner thsq 
those of either of the old polUlcuI par- 
ties.. That waa vhy he.T/as preaeot and 
why be had takfcii the platforni In Ur. 
Bamard'a bahalf at the recent electl«m. 
He asserted^ he knew soroeththg of poll- 
Ucs and be urced that there sheuM be 
a full tlyket offere<i by the Federated 
Labor party at the next provincial elec- 
tion*. H* criticised th« tactlc-e of the 
Ooverament party at the by-eJocHon. de- 
ularing thein to b« ■oaroouflage, filth 
and siurs.** . 

Mr.- W. E. Pelrce. president .of the 
Federated Labor party, spoke brtefly. 
pfferlpg the opportunity to thos^ pres- 
ent to pledge themselves to contribute 
anonthly /or the Kupiiort of one or all 
of the foilwlns: A labor paper and 
library, a labor college, an open forum, 
a labor ohurch, a labor Sunday school 
and a. monthly social. The pledge cards, 
of brilliant red bolor, were circulated 
among the audience. 

Hr. Carnard received an entbusiaatte 
recaption w^en he took the platform. He 
Statad all hie election expenses had been 
met. While hia- friends on the Main- 
land had been bitterly disappointed at 
his defeat, more so, in fact than those 
m Victoria, yet he felt the "cause" 
had won a great victory when It was 
considered that there were found 6,000 
men and wonten in Victoria who bad 
not bowSd the knee to Baal- It was to 
the rause and not to himself personally 
Chat *.liat support had been fforth- 
cojtnlng. , Ha pointed to the success of 
labor In Oreat Tfrltain, and urged that 
labor In Victoria should atart in by 
capturing the smaller public offices 
thus leadlns up to the larger and more 
Important ones. 

"I would rather go down to defeat 
with such friends aa those who stood 
by me. than win with such friends as 
UIggins, Andrews and Harry Price," de- 
clared the defeated candidate kmld 
cheers. He declared there wa« no 
affinity between Moclaltsm and the prin- 
ciples of the Federated Labor party. 

The chairman announced that arrange- 
ments have about been made whereby 
the Federated Labor party will secure 
thS-Crystal Theatre aa permanent bead>^ 

During the evening numbers rendered 
by a male quartette and HonRs by Mr. 
Tom Dooley, enlivened the proceedings. 

At Mr. Bnrnard's suggestion the 
meeting closed with the singing of the 
National Anthem, a feature which was 
missing from the recent campaign meet- 
ings held In his behalf. 


Fniimil of Ijato Ptr. Harry Koiway 

Yeaterday Was Lnrgcly Attended — 

Three Yearn' HervR-o Uverseos 

Military honors marked the funer- 
al of the late Pte. U»rr>' Kelway. 
who served for three years- In France, 
a member ojf the Canadiun Array 
Medical Corps, and who succumbed 
on Wednesday to a lingering illness 
contracted overseas. »The funeral 
took pla.Ge ycHterday afternoon at 
3:16 o'clock from the B. C. FuneVal 
company's ohap^l, where the service 
waa conducted by Rev. Mr. Hlnch- 
oliffe. The following hymns were 
rendered: "Rock of Ages" and "Jesu, 
Lover of My Soul." The pallbearerH 
were McnsrH. Thomas Kelway, sr.; 
Thomas Kelway, Jr.; Frederick Kel- 
way, Stephen Kolway, Richard 
Katon and > William Oliver. 

From the chapel the casket was 
oon\'eyed on a gun carriage draped 
with the Union Jack to Ross Bay 
cemetery where interment was made 
following three volleys frpm the fir- ' 
Ing squad, all veterans of the war. 

Many beautiful floral tributes 
were sent by sympathising frienda as 
follows: Capt. and Mrs. Hunter and 
family; Miss Mary Oraham, Mr. 4nd 
Mrs. Thompson, Mrs. Black. Miss 
Bertha Elliott, "J" Unit Chapter 
I. O. D. E.; B. C. Returned Soldiers' 
Commission, Daughters of St. George. 
Sons of St. George, Ladies' Auxiliary, 
Oomradca of the Oreat War; Mr. 
and Mrs. Rand and faml^, Mr. and 
Mrs. Tripp, Comrades of the Great 
War. Mr. James Mahoney. Mrs, 
Thompson, aV. and Mrs. Barrac- 
lough, Mr. M. W. Oliver, Mr. and 
Mrs. Squire, Mr. and Mrs. Halliday, 
Mr. and Mrs. Richards, Mr. and Mrjt. 
Rowbottom, employees of Smith's 
Button Works. Comrades of the 
Oreat War, Victoria Chapter, .No. 2. 
Great War Veterans Association, 
Messrs. D. and H, Locke, Mr. Henry 




Preliminary Hearing of Quon 
HIn Jong, Alleged Slayer of 
Wong Sam Yuen, Is Com- 
pleted In Police Court 

Quon HIn Jong, charged with the 
murder of Wong Sam Tuen on Mon- 
day last in premlsea off Theatre Al- 
ley, Chinatown, was committed for 
trial by Magistrate Jay in the police 
court yesterday following the comple* 
tion of the preliminary bearing. ' « 

Evidence was givan by Detective 
H. H. Macdonald and Conatable 
Uogers regarding the arrest of Qunn 
HIn Jong, when he had returned to 
his, rpom about two hours after Iho 

Mr. William N. Lenfesty. as an ex- 
pert in firearms, .testified that the 
bullet found > at the bottom of the 
stairway on which Wons l^m Tuon 
was murdered was of a calibre to fit 
the a2-4A Winchester rifle with which, 
the police allege, the murdered man 
was killed. In room six. that occu- 
pied by accused In the t^hlnese 
rooming house, witness had found a 
match-box containing six 33-40 Win- 
chester loaded shells; in the clothes 
closet he found three photographs of 
the accused and a long-l>arrelled .23 
calibre revolver, loaded, and a box 
of cartridges to fit the latter. ^Imilar 
cartridges had been found on ac- 
cused after his arrest. 

CoiUslon on Eaqulmait Rood— As a 

result of a colllaion early yesterday 
morning between a motor sidecar 
driven by Constable Bentel of the 
R.N.W.M.P., and an automobile, Sergt. 
Jones of that corps, who was riding 
in tAe sidecar, had his face badly cut 
and waa otherwise bruised. The ac- 
cident occurred on the Esquimau 
Road. The automobile was driven 
by F. Parkinson. The motorcycle was 
badly damaged. 



ROUTLEDOE — ^The funeral of the 
late Asaistant Coinn)issiorAT W. H. 
Routledge. of the Royal Northwest 
Mounted Police, who died recently at 
Portland. Ore., will Uke place at 
3:30 p. m. an Monday, November 10, 
from the B. C. Funeral Chapel. All 
ex-members of the Jt'oyal Northwest 
Mounted Police are requested to at- 
tend. Interment will be made in 
Ross Bay Cemetery. 

VIVIAN — The remains of the late 
Pte, Howard B. Vivian, will be laid 
to rest in Rosa ria/ Cemetery on Mon- 
day afternoon. Service will be held 
In the B. C. Funeral Chapel at X 
p. m., the Rev. Canon Hlnehcllffe 
offlclatlng. Tho funeral will l>e 
military. The deceased was a mem- 
ber of the 1st Pioneers' Association, 
and any memliers who may be in the 
city are requested to ifttend. The 
funeral will t>e military and under 
the auspices of the S. C. R. 

TtTBN — ^The funeral of Wong Sam 
Yuen, who was found murdered In 
Chinatown on tbe third Inst, will 
take place today at 2 o'clock from 
the Thomson Funeral Home, 1<25 
Quadra Street. The usual Chines* 
burial rites will be carried out. Th* 
remains will tie Interred In the Chi- 
nese Cemeery. 

Htuset BrUgr — City En- 
gineer F. M. Preston's report In the 
Johnson Stivet Widge iatuatlon will 
b« presented to the City Council at 
Ita nteeting tomorrow nigtit. ■ Mr. 
Preston reeoMasiyi4« that the City 
shall proceed frith the constmetlon 
of a single bridge, with no provision 
made for the accommodation of the 
C. P. R. tracks. Mr. Preston main* 
talha that to butid a joint bridge, 
with facilities' tor the railway, would 
cost In the nclgbtforhood of 1710.- 
00*. while It will only ca«t 943a.oaa 
for the single bridge, built for the 
accommodation of vehicles, sirsoC 
car and pedeftrinn tralfl^i 

Player In Hospital— Aa a result of 
a fracaa in the Central Park dressing 
room, "Bob" Mcllmoyle is in Bt. 
Joseph's Hospital with a atralned back. 
After the soccer game with the North 
Wards yesterday, as the members of 
the Comrades and the North Wards 
were changing, an altercation eitMC 
between Mcllmoyle lind A., 
resulting in blows. Before the other 
players c^uld intervene, McOregor had 
knocked Mcllmoyle down, and in the 
fall the latter struck hLi spine against 
one of the wooden fittings, being ren- 
dered unconscious. 



WOOD and 

Hundreds of satisfied custom- 
ers testify to the high qualities 
of fuel we sell. We invite you 
to be as satlstied as they are. 


•17 Ceraatflraat Street 




Cor. Douglas and Johnaoa Sta. 

Phon* 23M 


Cooking Pears, 7 lbs. for 
.....•—. ^of 

W* Deliver. ^"^ 

Kraft Cheese ^ 

Pimento Cheese 

ChiU Cheese 

American Roquefort 




CP. Raihrajr 
Cairti«tt Affcnts 

Firiitirt • tpeoiilty 

Moved, Crated, Stored and 


"Let us do your work and 

save you worry. 

Motor Baggaga 

Tracks DalW]r 

Plione 2305 5Q0 Fort St 


Sunday Noon or 

A pleasant cfianf^c is lunch 
or sWpper at 

The Tea Kettle 


Cm**r DeiiSiaa snd View ata 

fkeae •••• 

» V.J'W -.H, 


■.■»..-v^m>f .^•v«M»4r„MM«'«fv 3»vl»[^Si-i>V 

"Orchestrar in Tone 



THE Grand is the ultimate piano. But do not maltfr 
the mistalce of purchasing an instrument that is 
"grand" in name only. Hear them all— compare the 
tone — and your choice will assuredly rest upon — . 

The Nordheimer 
Baby Grand 

In resources, in toiie color, in responsiveness, this instru- 
ment provided the musician with possibilities ^s Hmitless as 
the suDtle shadings of orchestration obtained from'an orches- 
tra by fkc master condtictor. Hence it has been termed "the 
grand with the orchestral tones." In Victoria.' as elsewhere, 
this instrument has been met with sincere appreciation of its 
musical qualities, for it has been endorsed and is now the pre- 
ferred instrument of the city's leading academies and conserva- 
tories of music. 

We invite you to consider the Nordheimer Baby Grand if 
you are seeking an instrument of finer quality. Its price is 

^— $1,15(L 





Your Eyes Are Sate 
With Us 

K rot or 

Shur on 

HAVB YOU Sought your victory bonds yitv 

Let Us Fill Your Ocutist's Pre- 
* scription JVith Sertpr Lenset 



Sertor Len-'^es arc always "just what the doctor or- 
dered"— Carefully ground from the finest matertai obtain* 
able, and furnisfied with a written certificate of quality 
and accuracy. 

Genuine Sertor Lenses bear the registered trade made 
— right in the lens itself — your protection against substi- 
tution. Sertor benses cost no more — be sure you get the 
genuine article. 

Sold Only by 


■road SiresI 



'Optical Authoilties oi the West" 
HeU Ofteot Wfainipag, Man. 


Do-yosr Christinas shop- 
ping now. Our stock is com- 
plete in every detail and you 
have a wide selection to 
choose yom gifts from. 

Sea Graai. Ckairs 

» ■ 

While in tovyn. drop. in and 
see oair 'large dfspliy of real 
Sea Grass Furniture. * It is 
cheaper and more comfort- 
ablie ^han most lines of fur- 
niture. • 1 ' 

Lcc Dye & Co 

til Gvrt. St. (ArsMak 

t Saara) 





Made by a. 4. Talalaa, who has keen 
tbe chief ^«a»S»iiiaiisr«>r Lsn- 
bearta. Iil4, of Oakland. CaUf. 
■divs Vs a Call 

_ -AKsi man W. 

a.7^taBeron and i^\xn Harvey will sit 
aa a eonrt s< revision on llie mmil- 
dpal .voters' 'Wst J>ec—i»sr IS. 

Ifos« tmm TlTM INniiM 
■r lU Dry.C««is fy sasaa W m Ite 



for your Wlottr MiMfy olMUl 
Wood, KindHng Bloeki sod 
Btric Pmnpt Oeliftry. 


■ • ■ ■ ' 

And let us demonstrate the Universal Tire Filler. If 
yd«r )»r«ii' laH twice aa looip. 

Punctiira-Proof Tire Co., \jA. 

Sola Agaau for ymmk<m ialartS 
1006 BrtMd Street. 

Phoiie V\ 1 





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fc"*« .1^ m> ■ 

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:i "M :h ; 

In one of our Ulster Overcotts, Vhicb tre made up 
in h^vy material. 

137 JK) to $50.00 


In one o# our BAlncotts. You hM^c an extra larfe 
assortment to choose from. 

$20.00 to 935.00 


Oovimmefit and 

I I 'iir-ri i 


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VictQri* is Canadian 

thi'ouiffii and thTough. Show 

. >th(5 \vorld again. Let every * 

- Victoria busine$i house or f ao 

toar pff0udly fly the Prince's 

lim^Stnner. Get busy to- 

dayroi|;«^^» ^"d go after the 
Btpneirv Vour Honor Baiuier. .^. 
is^ting for you. Detei^ninc ^^ 

to|«ctiti.?j '4;. 

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Taming K ly Husband 

By Kathleen Foi 

r» CrftUaefB wMMd wWHi «»«y 


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PiwiM 1069 



A^Mit M«HMy-R*rtl« Co. 

SI (Ml a Paadam A««am 
Opacity Mtflwt 




"BverytWn* for the Farmer" 
Let lift 8oly« Your Intplemebt Thiu^les. 

tA \ 

c,' f " ' > 

Arthur (Tofej 

llOBBKDAD. * L0W1S •. PHOtlEeS 




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^ 1-3 acres all cleared, 4 
rocwncd new bungalow.... 

4j4' acres, 7-room house, 

'^mtei!, j^«n» .flow«(&< a. 
chicken housed r....rvrf~<*r* 

g^ acres, all und*r culti- 
vation, 7-room house, wa- 
ter piped, Rafagia, chkken 
houses and stable — . — 

5 acres poultry farm, 3- 
room house, fruit trees, 
houses for 300 hens ... 




90|irBNO8 . 10J4 iWres, 44ro9ni JiwSe. 


'Tb«r« mm aa «HrtiM«r Is OrtttMi- 
«••'• nnplcy w^ li«id a hlcb a^ 
trvatod po«lUon for m rovnc • ■^Mi- 
Crttt«nd«n otfu apok* of Jaek LAiic- 
1^. Ho woo yrr tauA of him. 

"Jaek'a only twonty-olx »nd rU bot 
thcro ian't an enslnocr in tho etty 
thMt can beat' him at hio partiotilar 
lino of work." h« pboerved one eroa- 
lag. "Ho to almoot a sontua. Ho hao 
doolcnod maohtnory for our plant 
that lo far ahoad of anything oloo I 
havo floon. And," ho oMtaeklod. nt 
makoo our oompoUton huotlo to 
moot our prlooo and production. 
Jaok'o a flno follow, too," he addod. 
"highly odueated, a university man 
and koon aoeially. Ho has traTOlod a 
bit In his work, havlny spent a 
couple of yoaco In Japan and one in 
South Africa. Wo'vo Just taken htm 
into our club." 

I had not mot Mr. Lapgloy. "Why 
don't you briny him out to dtnnor 
some timet" I aakod. Tho idea stmOk 
Crittenden' favorably. 

"I shall." ho acrood. "Tou'U lOto 
him. Beoi.* 

The next day when he oaJlod at 
eleven o'clock he said Mr. Lanfley 
would dine with us that evenlns. I 
bofan at once to plan an attraeUyo 
menu and lost no time in tolephoti- 
inc a girl friend to ask if she ooyl<S 
come to dinner and moot a nice 
young man. 

"To meet a nice young ihant" oz- 
claimed Elisabeth Harding. "How ex- 
citing that would be! Indeed. I should 
bo so grateful fiesa." Tbed camo her 
pleasant, musical laugh. 

"Oh, I know you have a dosen 
beaux Betty.'* I retorted; "but Mr. 
Langley is really very nice. WUl you 

"Bess, dear," she said gently, Hyou 
know I did not mean to be flippant. 
I shall be glad to know Mr. Langley, 
I am sure. And I aoeept your kind 
Invitation. It is nJeo of you to have 

X oent John for her with -th* ear 

"Oh. 1l iikod him.** X rotvmod. "So 
414 BUaaboth." 

'XUtlo goo(S it vUl 40 k«r.** ho 

"Wby .1 thoiwht ho was tapreoood 
with hor. XMdat youT** 

"Oh, Bloo to hor, Ijnippooo. Any 
foUow would bo that But that's a« 
tmr as •hO'U ovor got with him." 

"Fahaw." I scoffed. "Tou talk. 
Orittondbn. ^ though Betty BaMing 
woi« bOit tto&tlng a husband .There 
are ImK a doaoa aien right now who'd 
marty hor^ a minute." 

"Tlitatmay bo, but sho'd like one 
more eottliitwMt." ho oontondod. 

"Don't you.lUM Bltaiahoth. doarr* 
I asked. 

"I havoat anything agMnst hor. 
BOSS." he repUed. somowliat bored, 
"oxoopt that I never have mvoh n*e 
for man or w«moa who liW almloos 

"Nolthor have L" I agrood; "but 
I think you misjudge Betty Harding." 

Bnt a Birt««itly< 


Rate. of Ticket Sale Indicates 
Annual Ball of Department 
on 20th Inst. Will Prove 
Most Successful'Event • 

before It was time for him to call 
at the office for Crittenden and Mr. 
Langley. Consequently she arrived 
first. We wore in tbe living room 
when the men arrived. . 

Crittenden was agreeably surprised 
when he saw Elisabeth. "Worked 
fast, didnH you^" he whispered to 

I smiled. 

"Matchmaker." he teased. •"But I'm 
afraid you are up against It there. 
Bess. He hasn't much time for them." 

% whispered back gaily: "Vou 
never can tell," then followed our 
guests into the living room. 

'Mr. Langley was striking In ap- 
pearanoe. He was not so large as 
Crittenden. In fhct, he was Just a 
iittio above tho arverage size. I goese- 
^d ^l once that ho won an athlete, 
|hough.l did not know it that firao 
tha^t he bad boon reckoned a most 
htmous, one' durihg tUa university 
career. Easy of manner and unusu-. 
ally handioiae, he was charming. 
And, whllo not aggressive In tho 
same : way that Crittenden was, one 
could see that he was ambitious, evon 

. As we totVed I studied Mr. Lang- 
ley and Elizabeth. Crittenden had 
suggested I was a matchmaker. It 
resulted In me pairing them and wit- 
nessing a result moat pleasing. Eliza- 
beth was small, not petite, and beau- 
tifully formed. Her hair was blOnde 
and her eyes wore bluov She had 
the most exquisite coloring, and It 
was her own. Her smile was engag- 
ing to distraction. 

On tho other hand, Mi*. Langley's 
hair was dark brown, his steady 
oyes were a fine gray, and his 
mouth and chin as forceful as BliSa- 
beth's were swoet and graecful. In- 
deed, they composed a pretty pio- 
tjure! I confess readily enough that % 
decided then to be guilty of Critten- 
den's Indictment. I should Make thlf 
ono splendid match If I could. And 
a happy thought was that I did not 
expect It to be at all difficult. 

"What did you think of Jack. 




Ha YMi C K flqfiknl lhr»- 

gnmpa srovides numerous 
methods of tdlvHv for promo- 
tion of Heattk tna Recreation. 

\ki snd AdVfBCte 


• "Oma" 

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10 .MO 



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fk^tSTt Sea. Phone 43071( 

ACttaffaatce4 Blectrk Khchesi 
Ooolwr»«rifhoQtirma at H45 

WUHak j^ C«^ 



WUI Deliver within City Limits 
MUlwood, per cord...._^00 

Two or more cord* in one 

, I order Ibr delivery at same place 

of miUwood at ^^s per cord. 

Photte ordera aar^ for 
prompt delivery at radutij 
Lpiiea. New iPOO. 


Why Pay More? 

tf v i For 


it OBd l*-ls«h Bleeka deltrsreA tniM* 
Cttjr UmiU 

Oir f riM JSiTo IMO 

Older S AC mors cor«« sad set r«da«Ue« 



aea JoImmow 9*. 





Time and again , 
ws hear remarks ^ 
of appreciation V- 
tho flne quality 
and abundant var- 
iety of our stock 
of Christmao 
cards. Again wo 
can say conscien- 
tiously that ours 
is the Sftost atook 
of Chrlstnaa 
Carda In the city. 



ilW SHW m 


Cash Dcnatldn Already Re* 
ceived by Women's Auxiliary 
of Jubilee — Afternoon Tea 
and Musical Progrannme 

With the . near approach of tho 
date — November 20 — on wh}ch tho 
sixth annual ball of the Pollco Do- 
partmoaft will bo bold -la -tho sMla 
building at the Wlllowa. the aalo of 
tickets shows a rapid increaoo. It 
is now assured that tho largest at- 
tenduco at any similar function in 
tho City will be present. 

The various oommltteeo in charge 
of tho eveaX have been working at 
top apood to prepare for the -oceas- 
Ion which promises to be the moot 
micceesful event of its kind ev«r 
given by the department., Bvocf- 
thing in obnnootion with tho ball, 
tho floor, the-musio, tho supper, the 
decorations and. in fhot, eveVy pos- 
sible detail tending to the convenl- 
onoo and comfort of tho guests, will 
he suporlattve in quality, the blue- 
ooats promise. Tickets are still being 
sold at a rate of (B for a double 
ticket for lady and gentleman and 
$2 for a lady's single ticket. They 
niay be secured from tho ticket oell- 
thg commltteo or at «olico- head- 

The following committees have 
been named:' 

Management:— Constables Cald- 
well. McLcllan. Anderson and Var- 
ney (secretary.) 

Heception committee :— MajKlstrato 
Jay. Clhief J.' M. XAngloy. Deputy 
Chief T. Palmer. Inspootor O. M. 
Perdue. Sergeant H. J. O'Leary, Ser- 
geant R. H. Walker. Detective Heath- 
er. Jailer Hall and Constables Har- 
per and Bishop. , 

Refreshment committee: — Sergeant 
Walker and Constables Ueatloy. 
Florence and Hather. 

Floor committee: — Sergeant J. Bol- 
ton. Detectives Carlow. Heather. 
Phlpps and Sicillano; Constables G. 
Porster, Allen, Heatley, Palmor, An- 
derson, Shakespeare and Pook. 

Cloak room committee: — Con* 
8,tablea Jones. Stark. Ireland and B. 
Foster. ' 

' Motor Committee: — Constables Hut- 
chison, Strange, Olover. Burnett and 

Card room committee:— Sergeant 
Plaekstock and Constables Smlrl and 

Ticket • collectors: — Conatabloo 
Wood. Clare, McPherson and WUklii- 

Ticket selling committee: -Con- 
stables Harper and Burnett. 

Programme committee: — Consta- 
^ bles Ferguson and Drever. 

Motor checkers: — Constables Aero- 
man and Walston. 

Sergeant John Fry will offlcUkte at 
the big event as fhaster of ceremonies 
having as his assistants Constables 
F. Jones, Rogers and Raines. 


DUNCAN, Nov. '«.— Tho informal 
roeopUon held last evening under the 
anaplcea of tho Ladlea' Guild In St. 
John'a HaU to welcome Rev. Mr. 
Biachlager, proved a moat delightful 
function. "There was -a large crowd 
in attendance at)d one and all mingled 
together. There was no set pro- 
gramme, but Mr. W. Hopkins, Mr. 
Punnett, Mr. Pollock, Miss Monk and 
Miss Clack added much to the even- 
ing's enjoyment by Inserting vocal 
and instrumental nnmbors through 
tho evening. 

A happy little Incident^ tho even- 
ing's programme was tlio shower of 
preserves, household staples and live 
chickens which were tendered to Mr. 
and Mrs. BlochbNrer as a token of 
good wilt from the members—of tho 
eongrogation. to assist the new ar- 
rivals iti setUng up their new homo. 

A most - delicious supper was 
served about 10: BO. then dating fol- 
lowed till Ihidnlght. when tho happy 
gathering broke up. 

Mrs. W. frevoot, Mrs. E. Stock 
and Mrs. Olendonning wore tho com- 
mltteo in charge of the supper ar- 
rangements. While Mrs. F. O. Bmith- 
son. Mr. H. F. Prevoot and Mra 
Charter constituted the oommlttoo in 
charge of tho shower. ^ 

Mrs. F. O. Christmas and Mrs. J. 
Oreig acted on the rooeptton com- 

▲a angvnr of 0000000 la tlM fortk- 
oomlng linen shower on "Annlotteo 
Day." November 11. was roeolvod yoo- 
torday by tho Womon'o Auxiliary of 
tho RoyaK Jobiloo Hospital In tho 
form of a cheauo Cor Its. Thio <t8 1^ 
vory nice Uttlo "nest egg" round 
which to collect other donations of 
the, kind, and as a number of parcels 
have already been dropped into tho 
spacious baakets placed tor thoir re- 
ception at Weiler's, Spenoor'o and 
Oordoa's. it is aatlelpatod that old 
frionda have no intention of torgot- 
tlng tho Instttatlon which playo si}oh 
a big part in tho allo^latton of «■/• 
lorlng and the care of the olek In tho 

Pillowcagos, SS by S« htehod, are 
much needed: eleo towels. Tim gifts 
loft in the boskets at any of the 
stores mentioned wHl be delivorod at 
the hooplUl in time for the "shower " 
ond intendinK donors who have pot 
tho tl^fio to djllTor thehr parcola In 
peroon at the boapitai may And this a 
convenient way of sending tbeir dPf*ir 

It is vocy lArgoly on thig aaaiui 
linen shower conducted by tho Wom- 
en's Auxiliary that the hoe^tal do> 
ponds for its supplies la thoso artl- 
clro, and anyore who ba» kept In 
touch with \hb progress of orveato al 
tho Institution will not neod to bo 
rt>mlndrd of the very great growth 
in the requirements Built urigloally 
for 90 beds, it has had u^dod to it 
since the war b«*gan in 1>1^ a new 
uatemitr ward, * larger ©hlldron'o 
ward, and tho pew tuboroulnr ward. 
The X^ursof* Hpmo has also been 
«M)n 'dcrably unlfrged. .Tfiia m^ns 
that as niany as 13!^ cots have to bo 
supplied :\*lthbeddlft» Wheh the ho^ 
pitaJ is full, so it is apparent whoro 
the gritt ne«d for a renewed* store 
annually cpmea. 

Tbe receiving co nmittee will bs in 
attend;; nco from » to B on Tuesday. 
Afierroon tea will bo "eived at the 
Kurseo' Home, where there will also 
be a nice m'iKicai programnM, the laill<!*i h.aving promised tp 
assist: Ilrs. Qldeou Hlcka. Mrs. D. E. 
Cnmiooll. Mrs. .Vladort, .Miss Dorothy 
^rrell ond Mlsr Winnifred Bell. 


Have them pUotoc^raphed 
' here. 





A qotot wedding took plaoo yeotor- 
day gftomocm at the Metropolitan 
Mothodiot paroonage. when the pastor. 
Rot. H. a. aot>orae. oOlomnlsod the 
marriage of Mloe M.. M. Orffflths, 
lata of Tens. Liverpool. Bnglaad. to 
Mr. jr. C OrtffMMk of Vlatorla, an 
om-momWr of tho itth Battalion. 
wMi which ualt ho saw oztondod oar- 
vloo overseas. Mr. and Mr* Orimtlis 
, wm riiMo bk tUto oNy. 

Miriam Temple. No. i. Daughters 
of the Nile, havii planned a very at- 
tractive programme dance for next 
Friday evening at the Alexandra Club 
iMillroOm. Heaton's 'orchestra will 
furnish the music for the prognunme, 
which will begin at » o'clock, con- 
tinuing until, 1 a-m.. and a recherche 
supper win bo served in the club cafe. 
The affair to ^strictly inviutional. 
tickets being available on applicaUon 
to members of the order or from the 
following committee directing the ar- 
rangements: Miss Bessie Forbes, oon- 
voBor: KIM Rooeo Owen and Mro. Ada 

Mtsa Bdle Roberts, of X4191 Haultaln 
atreot. la leaving tomorrow with her 
parenu. Mr, and Mra. V, Rhodeo, for 
Montreal, en route to England, where 
they will make an extended visit. 

■ Elaborate plans are In progress 
for the dance to be given Friday, Do- 
oember 5, in the Alexandra Club ball- 
room by the Victoria and District 
Teachers' Association. Nothing that 
win contribute to the enjoyment of 
these who attend Is being overlooked 
by the committees in charge of tbe 
various features of tbe affair, which 
prohiises to be as big a suooeos as the 
very attractive dance given under the 
same auspices last May. 

Mrs. O. C. d'EIasum, of the Rootory. 
New Westminster, left 'on Thuraday's 
boat after two weeks' Visit to Mrs. Tl 
W. Madntyre, Pendergaot Street, 
with Canon d'Easum. M.'C. who is 
remaining in Victoria for treatment 
at the Enquimalt Military Hosl^tUl. 

Mr. and Mrs. U. H. Cochran, from 
Norton, New Brunswick, are vtsltlilk 
friends in the city. 

Mrs. F. Topp-Turner, "WototOB.** 
aeaforth Street. West, will not receive 
again on the first Saturday of the 
motith un^U further notice. 

Mr. and Mrs. Norman Lee are 
leaving Victoria in a few days' time 
to settle on their raneh at Big Creek. 
ChHcotin, where thtf lived some 
yoam ago. Mnk ^orntan Lee was a 
particularly active worker In patrl- 
dflc organizations of vOrtons kinds 
during tho ahole llorlod of the war. 
atld obe .-iiid her husband leave be- 
hind many friends who wllX refrat 
tbetr departure from the city. 

Mlaa Beall, of 2317 Belmont Avenue. 
«M the recipient ot a very plegaant 
mAitim* party bV a fOw o« her fi;lend8 
m Tueodi^ evening. It befaig ' h*r 
Mrthday; A t>leaaant eVonhUT W 
Mont wUh gamOo and'nkOsic, att^ 
frhioh dainty refreshments wore 
served, all having enjoyed themsOlves. 
'.YietoirHilis who met , hef. during 
vWto to Ihiil city at h^Orvkb dtttihg 
tao pMt W# y«*«* ^n learn With re- 
gtol of the dooth .Of Mlas .nwholla 
Bokie, at the h*ni« df l»# iilher. 
glstrato. W. C. iH^tm, Port 

thur. Ontario/ ^fffmt^Sn,*' 

tertilk lllnens. The late Mlos Doble 

..-., aklSt^«t6t Lnm a it lOarHor. and a 

t^HiPt*^ muBiciati. . ^y Jff f *!^1 ?y f* 

MMt "Aiif l>ad been Mmmf %ttiagM in 
ao#aP«»*» Wora|<^ tiaaM^^d #00 
a member .of 4h* Ganhdlgi^ Wamon's 
Preas Clifr.; -v., .■. ^ ■ 

St. Moflwrt, CUthl«ere, of «|«.J?orth- 
weat Tourist Association, with hoad- 
^aarters at Seattle, is spending the 
WVOk end at home In this city. 

Un. Robert Kaao, neo Gertrude 
n$tt, is violtlae ber motBor at lift 
•afanoral Itoad-. Mrs. Kane Is era hor 
way to Callforato to join hm husband 

Are You Eating Up 
Your Salary? 

The matter of eatii^U aomctiii«g on which raott of 
nt lieqittstly atip m^ Iwfe money, probahly, is allowed 
to fi0 hy o« «D» mtU^ aiM too expensive meals than m 
aaylPther way by tkfc iMn on thi small or moderate 
salary. This oirrrriiing Jrrr it really is that—costs 
money */ h^*^ otherwiae might be saved, and it harmt J^e 
digestion. , 

There may hifytM^ wite earry snih an idea to an 
extreme Btft, hever1Jieless» the stomach is deserving of 
considerate tiwtmeat, ahice it can, by refusing to func- 
tioa property, ernne ariecty and hK«p«city. 

H w<$«lld Be ttffgffty pt^fitible fbr any man to pass a 
Imrarious meal for a rood, plain meal and put the dif- 
ference Ihtn Vict^iy Bonds. The Victory Bond has a 
lasting ^Ine, while the unnecessary delicacy Is forgotten 
as soon as c^pimnad unleai it be f^BNinbered years Uter 
in an attoekM««*e iilidieaalfon. ' 

Save yonr atoesadu keep yoor good health and a 
strong constitution, besides swelling your bank account. 

Buy Victory 

ii you take advantai^e of the 20% Discount obtain- 
able by taking advantage t)f Mallek*s lf>r(rtSt«^arinf 
, Plan, you can Sf^^tim Vktoty Bondfc 



Iba. ga rlv e a 

Mrs. Scrtvoa Offlolatsd at the pi 
(HiUtlon on tHday oveatng of 

to eMMhsofil) -otttMttts at tko 
ilaion IIM— *r •< i CMao. Theoe 


tf aaltod ataat lii oomo ^SvuM nay 
lk«y didn't bothor him booa u aa fee 
always twed Putaam's Corq. Extractor. 
fVar Afty years "Potnam'O" hao boon 
mo favorite boe nn oe pahlleM and 
'itr only "PMMHi'a:" SSo M 



Help to-Wm ie Honor Flag 

Your countr y'? y?* ^^ ?!IF/"£ffe .if!!J ^? Ca nada. 
Victofla can wtv thf<PilhjCe'r4ijm If yoM "ind-you — 


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•f^psi-a ri ii M ii M i i i»»|et 

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T**L ' M^T? 

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were aa follows: VV 

nnglnv— liloentiatwiifp oT the As- 
•oolatod Board of the R. A. XT. and 
R. C. U., Kate Franoes Bde: local 
oentse. IntermOdiate grade, Mrs. 
lUldred Morton; school osamo, luwor 
division. John Plin^n: ele«iei)l«ry 
divlOion, Kathoriaa Fuailn. 

Plimo — Local centre, intermodiate 
grade. Merle North: lowbr dtvisiea, 
tivolyn Wheeler: elementary division 
dlathieUon. Nelly Liivosey, Msnrgaret 

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^Flotehor, Margaret Oourlay; prtm- 
a«T dlTtalott, Dorothy Bishop, Maud 
Worthtagtea, Any Uvo s e y and Ivy 

Thoory'-'bocal ooatro, rudiments, 
Mip. MOerod Morton, Merle North 
and Kelly 1L Mylam: grammar of 
Mmia dlvislott HI.. Gladys Garesche; 
division II.. Evelyn Wheeler, Helda 
Roberts, Loma Lowln, Ellen McKay 
and M*'Varet Oourlay; divlHion I., 
Alloon flaymond and Nelly Llvesey. 

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UnSlavIa Matter Hera 1 

Take One ef Onr lle«*8 or Wometfs I 
!liade-to-<hrdcr Snita at $50 
w 0Beat$8S 



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-„.j<i^yiHi couldn't duplicate (hem at double thd price. Fit, 
w i U-W workmanship and styto finconditlonally gi^untetd^i ^ 


Toilet Requisites 

The approach of Winter's cold weather makes 
necessary the uac'olJl^ quality toilet creatns to 
keep the sUn ia4. d pft Uaiun dear and healthful. 
We have special <Bftiaift]^.ier th|s purpose, which we 
can higtily rec^MnmefUi. 


The aU-porpoae orSam, a akin cleanser an^ skin 
beatttilier cowbfaptd we gnarantee It to produce txr 
ceOent resnlu. 

50c the Jer 

A complete assortment of Garden Court, Mavia, 
Koftr dk dtmit's. Cm*on% Mmr Garden, Mahalia 
and Djer IM toili|i>%rtie»a al#«ya in stock, popu^ 
lariy ptlc^ 

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rwovnxro stores 

AtF«t Oa l>H « ^ ii At 

Phones 700, 70H 1^5 


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"^^i i eiriH iH SiiDffl^^ 

Fashion Favd 

the Pearl 

That th^re are fashions m trinkets just as thete 
are it) clothes Is a fact thaf we can vouch for. 
At present Pearl Bead Necklets arc much the 
vo^e, and we, who keep in close touch with 
jewelry flsMoAs; have juil uniftdtttl a jpf«|l??- 
eollection of these Necklets. Leti^hs vtsf 
fr<jni 16 to 48 inches. There is a ip-eat variety 
of creani and pink tints to select from: ^Prices 

$L50 to $50.00 


W, Hi ^ilkerson, the Jeweler 

1119 Government Sireel "At the ^n of the Bl; Qock" 

Arran^ments for Navy League 
Functlckh in HorH)r of Lord 
and Lady Jellicoe Tomorrow 
Night Are Fully Perfected 


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:V- ... V.;... : 

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■Y^ -r **»-t ,»• ■ 

, ,„, , Tltc. Pla^io. witli a tdjte — absolutely the .,.. ; 

- i^ n * best value (or the money in ;the. city. You «,inv'v, \ 
-win not do yourself justice unless you bear 
u ^ th^ Willis Piano, 

f -%■ iTy*- , • ... ., .. -V .,^^^\;m'!.^- :■: ■ VT,?; 

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;^' .i»5s-i,',,«.:i '^^^i* /J^.v^vV . «f 

i/Oe.y<r,$|i|ient ^rcet 

Victoria. 1.9. ^ 

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'Rn(r»nc« for tlclt*t-hoMers to- th« 
Navy 'LlMsii* AaH In honor of Lor4 
Jellicoe tomorrow nisht will b« by the 
north . 4oor on Humlyildt Btre«t. the as on the occMsion of the ball 
tt> ti^e Prince of Walea. Everytbiav 
poaaible haa been done by tSie com- 
mittee to make the event a hearty 
welcome by Victorian* to Lord and 
Lady Jellicoe and ib« oflleera of 
H.M.S. New Zealand, as well aa a 
moat enjoyable dance. Dsnelrtf will 
commence at t and continue without 
a break till' 2 ».m.. the muaic betnc 
•applied by Heatoo'a aad Rumabya 
erche^traa. Numbered rendervous are 
belDf arranged, and It la anticipated 
by a>e committee that mirtnera will 
hiLve no dlfDculty In . flodins each 

Supper wMI l>e served. at 11, ll:4t 
and 13:15; «l eeirtala number of 
tlckeu will b^ ^m^uii4 for each tliiie, 
tjavn avoiding: waiting and queuea. 

The decof^tidna win be^on alavleh 
■cale, those In ^he ballroom belny es- 
pecially effective. A vuard of hpnof 
to receive tha diatlncvisbed vfartfor 
and Lady Jellicoe will be provided by 
the. Boye' Naval Brlgmde, and a larce 
number of the boys will act as order- 
lies througrhout the evenlnc^ It only 
r^ata with the oitJxens of Victoria to 
be present in auch numbers as to 
make the reception worthy of the 
greatest navy in the world— of which 
every true Britisher is so Justly proud- 
Further intendinir purchasers of 
Uckets will greatly help the com- 
mittee by putting in their ^appUcations 
as quliekly as possible. > • "^ . 



wt hive the - latest an4 )>est dcsifit^r. ii; ^miments. Tablets, Curblngs, 
«ttl, {n the City.' W« wootd like'to ^aote tou on any work you dekifc. 

First-ctass stock and worliiQWn^hip. 
StoM Y^ Cor. May a«A KhiW I^. r PkoM 4417 P.O.- Bom ItO 

"I .' * 

AnothW Millinery Sorpme 
at 20^ Off 1 

- Our effort has bc^n to pi'isin't an ofterinf; that will induce 
Isyen' those not hi. immediate need, to pi^7cba.<ie. and 'We feel 
cbnficfcKt that marty will agree. that 'welVaJve succeeded admir- 
ably in doing so in offering this beautiful assemblage of French 
Hats at a reduction of 

-.!§*«■ y»wi^ 


ii»,V ik^M i^tm^yr--^%*'^?f 

20 % 

. This is a "Surprise Salie," Indeed, for never befoi'e has such 
a bi-illiant array of htgh-clas8 Millinery beeti asftembled ai^d 
offered for sale, right at thc'beginninig of the 'fC»»o«, at the 
remarkable discount of 

This gives yon an opportunity to select one of these exetu- 
five French Models at a saving pf ONB-PIPTR 

Tuesday is "Armistice Day" and our store will be closed 
all day. We wouM strggest thkt you select your Hat tomorrow 
and celebrate tliis event with your new hat. and <belp the Vie- 
tmy IxMii, as all our takinca of Monday will be inveated hi ' 
Victory Bonds. « 

Every Hat Trimmed or Untrinun«d Will B« Reduced 
Toine f Tfew 20 Aer Cc^ 



Shop in the morning- and avoid diaappotntnient \ 

The Sontb^ African Plmne Shoir^ 

n»)MwaiMi ...... ^,<i**«.^- - n e w wit . 

Wr.'O. it. Jfonmi' Chapter I. O. D. K. 
Holds SoccesslM 1<>cBl at Hound 
' of Mm. K. G. ChaUoacr 

..Most successful, both •financially 
and socially, was the tea and sale 
of work held yeaterday afternoon by 
the Dr. O. M. Jones Chapter, I. O. 
I).. JR., at the homo of Mrs. B. O. 
Challoner. Oak Bay Avenue. The re- 
ception rooms- were aalow with lovely 
Autumn flowers, and briaht log fires 
In the fire places radiated cheer and 
warmth. Mrs. Challoner received the 
visitors, ahsisted by the revent, Mrs. 
W. M. Ivel. Mrs. Orel», Mrs. York, 
Miss G. ToIir.:e and Miss K. Johns- 
ton, and tea wae served informally. 
tb& members enJoyliif the opportua* 
Ity provided by this social featuno to 
chat over their tea cups. Miss *Kan 
I*at6r80iii had charre- of the tea nr- 
ran^^emenls assisted by Mrs. Mooney, 
Mrs. J. A. ,at-eenhill, Mrs. Hugh 
Ounn, Mrs. ^Hall, the Misses Johns- 
ton, ,Mi8s Sybil Mason and Miss 
Blankenbach. Mm. Hall and Mrs. 
Kerr sank dellahtfully during the 

There waa a goodly stock of .dea- 
irable articles sold at the. sale.* the 
fanoywork stall, in charge of Mrs. 
K. M. Bryant and Miss e:. Hall, being 
completely, sold out before the after- 
noon was quite over, while the horne 
cooking table, presided over by Mrs. 
O. W. Knoy and Mrs. J. A.'Vatigban. 
was constantly surrounded by pat- 
rons, so tempting t^aa the .display 
of cookery. 

Thanka to Mrs.'a cour- 
tesy In lending h^r charming home, 
the event was Instrumental Ih realis- 
ing a substantial sum to augment 
the fpnds of the chapter, a part of 
-the proceeds having been designated 
to the fnnd for providing Christmas 
iMsmpera for the widows and families 
of soldiers. , 


Ma«<^i^rad« Ball of Qutm of the 
lalttnd Lodge No. 209 Was 

Kbjoyable GvetM 

— : • , i 

One of the most successful mas- 
querade l>alla of .the . season so far 
wan staged by the Queen of the 
laland Lodge No. ZOS L. O. B.- A. In 
the Alexandra. CItIb last WMneaday. 
There was a very large attendance, 
and so excepent were the many coa- 
turaes. that the Judges found them- 
selves face to faee with a hard t^sk 
in selecting the winners. 

The prise • winners were as fol« 
lows: Best drestod lady — Mrs. aim- 
mons, . a allyer t«a service; best 
dressed gentleman — Mr. ^. Porter, 
case of cutlery; beat sustained lady 


IgOanuilsa lbs Or. IHI 



NmlMsdder frtowel treat 

intdeMM«|TaM«Mr Mtss ts 

retsm the pnre yea peM. TeasrsM 
' I the Jwdaealtharswiila Tbif stay prigsilMsn 
Mlw istlM besi tarn slsttai Midtcsl sapUenre 
I the werM'sa|Ufti51sdBr. It Is boaeaSyiaeds 
' lieaastty sai. C1wsnr than atlMr gasd la- 
stift saeitipi thsjs ■srs ifti tlrt Itbas 
Uw power iias taa wel«. 

eAvfOSSsSr. ISU Blecti»AnM»osdM all 


'«•! m« reer frr* nt«Mrat»4 
X>Br« Msmeie^ er MaiMr 

•ma Me«<srr 

p.v J 


— Mrs. dreamer, centre table; best 
sustained gentleman— Mr. E. B. 
Johnston, alippers. Best national 
coatume, lady — Mrs. Ralph Harvey, 
roeklng chair; )>est national costume, 
g«9tteman — Mr. fi^iadrn. set of tour 
et>on3r' brushes t>«st a<|vertlalng cos- 
tume, lady — Miss Humber. alumi- 
num set; best advertising costume, 
gentleman — Mr. Ouptull, tr^venng 
get; bedt comic l^dy — Mrs. Biaek. 
half cord of wood; t>eBt comic gentle- 
man — Mr. Waugh, gold cuff links. 
The tombola prise was wonj by Mrs. 
Ooy, with ticket number 14S. 

The judges were . Majror Porter 
and Mrs. Porter and Mrs. Carver. 
The committ«e in .charge, on behalf 
of the Queen of the Island, wish to 
thank the foHo^lng for tbeir kind 
donations: Meaers. .D. Spencer. Ltd., 
Mackay A Ollleapie. Ltd., James 
Maynard, boot and shoe merchant, 
apd Joseph Rose, jeweler. 



J . 

Chinatown is certainly forglnfc 
iihwitf--tn the Victory "Loan cttnipatgn. 
for Mr. . Ilarr}' Hastings has already 
applied for a Prince of Wales Honor 
Flag ' for the C^hincse community, 
which means that they have sub- 
8cr1t>ed 140,000. and now he conies in 
for two Crests, which means that 
110,000 has been applied for for each 
Crest. And still hfs says that' he haa 
only Just started, and expects to win 
m^ny more Cresttf during the last 
week of the' campaign. .That makes 
t<0,000 HO far. for Chinatown, and 
Mr. Hastings 'hopes to double it at 
tbe very least. 


8EATTT.,E, Nov. 8.— ©orn and bred 
In the silence of nature, with oflTy^an 
aged hermit father and deaf and 
dumb sister as conrpanions after the 
early death of their mother; two 10 
and nine-year-old waifs of elemantal 
life are learning here for the first 
time to use their vocal chords, and 
seeing for the first tln^e. vlrttially, all 
the wonders of .civilisation. Though 
normal physically, speech was nfver 
taught them, t^e children are Her- 
bert Koss, believed to be about 10 
years old. and his brother Elmer, 
about 9. They are sons of W^ni. Koss, 
who has raised lits boys in- silence 
not more than 75 miles from Seattle, 
near a logginur town called Baldi, on 
the Oreen River. The Koss home 
was reached only by means of a 
basket cable across the river, and 
visitors, aceordlnpr to persons living 
nearby, were refused admittance. 

A few days ago A. 8. Burrows, 
cotinty superintendent of schools, 
took the children ^rora their father 
and placed them in an orthopedic 
hospital here, where they are learn- 
ing slowly to say- simple words, and 
where the Nlmplest things prove mar- 
vels of delight^ to them. Doctors say 
the boys will acquire speech. They 
will be educated by the county. 

Thus far their father has refused 
informitlon as to the boys* early 
history and his rensor.s for denying 
them education. He supported the 
boys by meana ofa track gardi^ and 
his rod and gun. .','.. 


Crcrlio-filorak .\pi)rovn1 

COPENHAGEN,, Nov. 8.~A seml- 
offlcial message from Pragtie an- 
nounces that the, Cseoho-SIovak na*. 
tlonal assembly yesterday adopted 
both the Versailles and St. Germain 

AoRtraltan - Ships 

"Every vessel of the tieet is now in 

Sydney Harbot." 
These have come back from the grey 

seas, .' 

Aad these have come' home > from 

the green; 
They have tasted the tang of Ihe 
battle breese 
And their eyes In the dark - have 
The high death stalking, th* Idw 
death creeping. 
And the flams-death's l>anners un- 
While, at watch and ward, they 
steamed to guard - 
The faith Of a shaken world. 

These are our own. those are our 
own, , 

Steel of our hoart and dream! 
Never for tis wore the , trumpats 
We knew not fhe d^ath-fire's 
gleam ; 
But a thought came stealing, a voice 
came calling. 
Till rivet and hammer wrought 
Tha furnaced steel and tha deep-laid 
To the force that th« ages taaght 

Under the cliffs arid tb« es> w a lls 

These from tftein wanderinfla cease; 
The slAea are blue and the sanllght 
And the grant, cold gonn keep 
Bat they sttn shall listen at dawn 
and mMnlfht, 
And their watch of the sisaa is ottrs; 
For Australia speaks where the 
Spring wind eeeks 
To whisper about their towers. 

Castles that rode on the grey seas 

And stems that farrowed the green. 
Let It l>e peace; iMit we hold by theoe. 
For our eyes and our Lonrts hay* 
The high death stafking, the lew 
death creeping: 
Aiid this shall our children prise: 
That a itation'e youth stood bold for 
And her ship* ware her hands and 
— Ootfre* Strooi la 9f4m»f BelltCia. 

f^, Store Uttijtfe—9 sjn. votil • pja. 

'i uresses o. 



S'. . -ill lii? ' i« 

Are Featured in a Large Range of Stylel 

and Colors ;Vi;^'*f 

IN the matter of selection, the large assortment 
here offiers Unusual scope for individuality. 
Speaking generally, the styles follow the demand 
for long, straight Unes, but this feature docs not * 
create any similarity, each model being different. 
Sonic are trimmed with silk, others being em- 
broidered in bold desigi|s in silk or wool. 

They arc featured largely in navy ai^d blacky 
serges and navy tricotinc. 

Prices From ^29.50 to'^$9t. 

•■• . ■ ». 

Attractive Values in Popular Silks 

Georgette Grcpc in splen- 
dki qualities is oflFered in 
a fnti range of fashionable 
colors, among which are 
many new shades, par- 
ticularly suited for even- 
ing wear; 40 inches wide, 
f 2.75 4^ f 2.95 a yard. 

Fig ured Georg et te Crepes. 

in ivory with dainty floral 
patterns; 40 inches wide, 
?4.05 a yard. 

.^ W' %it Z,Jil^^^'■' 

Fancy Poplin Linings, of- 
fered in a wide range of 
attractive design.s and in 
colors to match any suit- 
ing or coating: 36 inches 
wide, f 2.05 to f3.5<^. 
Jap Taffeta, in Pekin bine, 
sinokc grey, chin chin 
blue, mai ze, thrift grecn^ 
mauve, pink and spark 
biuc; 36 inches, fl.95 a 


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Fancy Ribbons - * 

For the Making of Christmas Novelties 

THE large assortments of prcttjy Ribbons that 
, maybe found here should induce uiany 

women to busy* 
themselves with 
Christmas n o v-; 
cltie^. The num- 
ber of a r t i c 1 c s 
that can be devel- 
oped from Rib- 
bons, especially 
sufch pretty ones 
as these, is unlim- 
ited. Wc should 
be pleased to offer suggestions. 

Dresden Ribbons, in ^Yz to Scinch viidths, 45<^ to ^2.75 

a yard. 

Dainty Colored Stripe and |^d Ribbons, 4)^ and s-inch 
widths, 65* a vard. . '- 

TaffcU Ribbons, 20f to 70< a yard. . ' 

Duchesse Satin Ribbons, in various widtli's, from 6f^ to 
94.50 a yard. 

ja> vvfc,«,w. 

"IBtiF Handles 

l^hown in many novelty 
shapes and colors. These 
will make up into attrac- 
tive gift bags, with the 
addition of a little ribbon 
or siUc. Wide assortment 
«t fii^ to f$.75., 



Women v>'ho antici- 
pate such a purchase 
will find here a very 
representative as- 
sortment pf Gowns 
in the newest and 
•most d i 8 1 i n c t i ve 
styles and colors! 

to 9105l.'''' ' '^ ''JIMEi.* ' si' 

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Phonts 1876, First Floor 1877, Blouses, Lingerie and Corsets 1878 * 
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V.I: A. A. Rugby Fifteen 
Wins From Jahics Bays 


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Duncan Basketballers 
. Score Two Victories 


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Two Tries to Nil Gives VJ.A.A. 
the Victory Over the Bays 
After Hard-Fought Contest 
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PORTX4AKD, Nov, •.'-Or^ton SUtf 
CoUegei. dfjCeated the UtUveralty at 
Orwen, 7-«, here tedajr in a terd* 
foitght game. 

"The break of the game" decided 
the iMnie. Burly In the thlrC quar. 
■ier 0»;pft. Bwdmbarg MmblM th« 
tell ao .* elrlM-eroae, Herreld- recoT* 
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Itee. Prom thtoe tlM SUters marched 
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M fiBrAeasied. the ' tlogby matc|| 
played yesterday at Oak Bay betwee* 
tbe V.LA.A. and the J.B.A.A. prored 
a rery close and lntereeU«« sti^ggle, 
with the V.LA.A. Ultimately emerging 

Atthoogh the gam«^ taken as « 
whole, was not by any means a per- 
fect exhibition of Rugby, both teanig 
played a very keen, bard game, and 
It waa anybody's game unUI ^r tl^ 
Aaish. Hfhare the.V.lJLA. had the 
superiority was behind the 8crunS« 
tludr backs being niqch better At 
passing and rather better at kicking. 
In the Onit half the J.B.A.A. forwards 
got the ball out much more (requent- 
ly thian the V.J.A.A. pack, and, had 
the Bays' half and three-quarters 
been as smart as those of the oppo»> 
Ing team, they should have scored 
more than once, but Ihey were well 
marked and well tackled, the V.I.A.A. 
forwards making up for their rather 
poor work In the serom by good work 
In the open and Calrly good following 
up. The James Bay backs tackled 
well and usually managed to stop the 
opposing b^oks from gaining much 
jrround whenever they got posseesloa. 

Play in the flnit half was very evei^ 
neither side having any great advan- 
tage at' any time, and the attacks t>e- 
Ing very evenly divided, the half end- 
ing without any score being regis- 
tered. In the second half ths V.I. A. A. 
forwards did much better in the way 
of heeUng out, And the backs, in con- 
sequeaee, had more chances to get 
working, and several fairly good pass- 
ing runs were seen, though the (act 
that Wilson waa always we^l marked 
prevented his getting the ball oat 
very frequently to his wing man. 

Ornbb la Foeaa 

Ontbb was playing a great .game 
tor the V.I.AA.. and did a lot of 
useful work, and It waa due to him 
chiefly that the first try was notched 
for the V.LAJi. After a characteris- 
tic run which gained some ground 
he made a good cross kick, and. 
several of the V.L forwards follow- 
ing up well, rushed the ball over, 
Dunn scoring. This last-named 
player did good work throughout In 
the V.I.A»A.. pack and was certainly 
one e(,tll« llfst , (orwnrds on the 
field. ** ■■^y -^- 

The kick at goal was * taken by 
Honeyohurch without avail. 

With three points scored against 
them the Bays played, ap well and 
were en the ball all the time; they 
made desperate effort^ to get over 
their opponents' line, but werfe In 
danger of having the margin against 
them Increased- before they had 
scored, when Wlleon got an oppor- 
tunity to try a drop at their goal 
from the field, which came very near 

Vincent looked as if he was head- 
ed for a sure try for the Bays about 
half way through the secona .half, 
when he broke away from the field 
and had about twenty-five yards to 
go with no one to pass except Toma- 
lin. the V.LAJk. full-back. He lost 
some speed through looking around 
to see If he was backed up, which 
made It easier lor tlie V.I. back to 
collar him and spoil the attempt. A 
punt over Tomalln's head would al- 
most certainly have enabled Vincent 
to score, but apparently this ma- 
ndeavre did not occur to him. 

Another opportunity which the Bays 
failed to take full advantage of was 
when they had a free kick at a dis- 
tance, when there was more than a 
■porting chance of kicking a goal 
from placement. A drop was taken 
which did net come vety clbee, and 
would net have scored in any event, 
as thw player taking the kick ran 
aearar in towards' ttad goal thaa Vtua 
mark. , 

Bpaotaoular Itan 

The moat epectacular piece of play 
ta the whole match came near t^ 
«ad. The Bays were pressing Will 
Wtthtn the V.I.A-.A. twenty-five nmii 
Itetson got possession, passed wl 
UMse In front of him» and, runa^bg 
Boarly three-quarters the lengf|| ^f 
tlM Held, kicked over the fuU-tNU#e 
head, ibsilowed op, and touched down 
for tko V.I.'B second t«y. Wilson 
teiMt to oonvert Koibiag «( M|y 
great note happened after this and 
the V.I.A.A. thus won the - iHMPd- 
foliHit • e e ii tss t by ste paja t a toalL 
Hebden Qillesple refereed. The teams 

J.d.A.A. — Full-back. McDonald; 
Ihree-quarteffS. Vtncoat, (Soaaell, John- 
Oon and BOadradt; half-backs, An- 
derson. Teo and Mclnrrlde; forwards^ 
Ikaloem, Brynjolfson, Boott, Baasen; 
Bsnnett. Travis and MoXlanon. 

V.I.A.A.—U. A. Tomalin. D. Springs^ 
C. Cewan. W. Wilson. J. Mataen. W. 
Hoxtable, L. Smith, D. Orubb. O. Me* 
Itae, T. Dunn, 9. McAae. L. Clark. A 
Boneyehnrch, A. Xewls and ' HI 
Thompeon. i 

Wa a de lWB Boat GM9.VA, 

Uwtoriuaatal)' the Great War Yeti^ 
#rani WOK onaMo to tMd a full leadl 
Matail. thf Wandoreia, and the gamO 
ketwoott tie* %m4 tadaha «aa tod one. 
aided to has* any latwaet The VaU 
kfrraae dM their best, their fttll-baok 
being hOtleeable for aome good worl^ 
lOii ilia aooca at 4 1 to nil sufficiently 
talla the tale of the encounter. 

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Wnf TdlOC. Moo. tr-Balph Oreaa- 
jtt atade a aratld*a reeord Mgh lao 
ff#9ddket biniarii Ik Danbnnr 
tterdihy nigM, vftaa he 
off lit bam befota ho i l wii a sBOt. 
iMiiis tiM npi was m*da aa a chgai- 
pgHdMt «#• UB<) mdar akaiapian- 
eifl» nnitileae. H t» aallkoiy tiuli it 
wfll bo aeasp l s d ad a reoafd hy.ihe 
B fWO fs that ba It waa UMde la an 
aSknAiea gaate. 



, lAPffiy GOLF MEET 

The ladies' golf oompetlUona 
which were postponed' last week 
on account of rain will be held this 
Week, ttegtatting tomorrow. 

Am Tuesday is a general holldiur 
It hiabaoa arranged to hold ml»od 
fdWddaMS that day. PlayerA wlA 
nhaess their own partnsrs. 

Tbo omnplete programme is a^ 

iioadsy '— ' Tombstone competl> 
tion aiid patting. 

Tueeday — Mlaed fonrsomes. 

Wednesday "'Bealed f-hole eoaa- 
petltioa. ladles' foaraomes. . 


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Fine Soccer Played at Royal 
Athletic Park Yesterday- 
Marines Weaken as Ganrie 
Draws to-Close ' . 

The Yarrows soccer teSra yesterday 
outlasted the men from the Harbor 
Marine yard in a ding-dong nuttoh at 
the Royal Athletic Park, winning a 
fine game by S-0 .ifter the first half 
had gone to » scbroless tie 

Tbers being no offlclal referee pres- 
ent, the teams selected Mr. Noel from 
among the spectators, bis work giving 
general satisfaction throughout the 
contest. — r— — ^ 

Fifteen minutea of hard midfield 
play took place before either goal was 
endangel-ed, then Mcrfleld, of the 
Yarrows, lost a flne chance at an open 
goal when he tipped the ball over the 
bar. Jasper was then attacked 
strongly and had to concede a corner 
to the Marines before he could get 
out of danger. 

The style of i>lay of the two teams 
differed i^iarkedly, the Harbor Mar- 
ines playing a long punting game and 
trusting much to their speedy wing 
forwards, whils the Yarrows played 
a close combination game which 8ed- 
ger and McKenzle found dlfllcult to 
break up. Sedger In particular playing 
a flne game. 

The half oioaed scoreless, with the 
Marines pressing strongly, Fawcett's 
flne shot belng^ut behind for a cor- 
ner by Jasper as the whistle went. 

On the kick-off, the Marinee re- 
sumed their pressure, but, after the 
Ord brothers had been busily engaged 
for some minutes, the Yarrows for- 
ward line got away with a suddsn 
rush, and when a hot shot hit the 
goal post It Was given a^oal until the 
Marines protested strongly as the 
teams lined up, when Referee Noel 
chanpred his decision. 

Yarrows then persistently forced 
the play and, after Bruce and his 
backs had defeated sundry dangerous 
sfforts, Merfleld scored from a scrim- 
mage on the goal line. With the 
Marines slowing capldly, Mulr put the 
shot for the flnal tally through the 
poets on a pass across the goal-mouth 
from Roberts. 

Owen and Sedger were the bright 
lights of the Harbor Marines, while 
Roe and the Ord brothers showed up 
strongly In the Yarrows line- up. 

The teams were: 

Harbor Marine; — Bruce; Sedger 
and McKenzie; Haines, Owens and 
Harwood: Robson, Talbot. Newbig- 
ging. Swan and Fawcett. 

Yarrows — Jasper, Ord and Ord; 
Mcllroy, Roe an^ Kerley; Roberts. 
Merfleld, Mulr. Prevost and Whlt- 

Referos — ^Noel, 


Date Changisd on Account of 
Holiday — One Week's Sus- 
pension Meted Out to a 
aW.V.-A, Player 

The regular weekly meeting of the 
Victoria and District Football Asso- 
cUtion will be held In thb K. of C. 
Hut on Wednesday, Nov. 12, at 8 
p.m.'' sharp, on account ef Tuesday 
being a general holiday. Persbns 
having received notice to attend the 
meeting on Toeedajr' are requested to 
note the change of date. - 

A special meeting of the I>ague 
was held In the K. of C. Hut on 
Friday to deal with the change 
against Mr. Charman ef the O. W. 
V. A^ Club. After careful considera- 
tion of the case, Mr. Charflian'n plea 
that he had made a misstatement 
with no ether intent than to cover the 
team he played fOr. in a si>ortlng 
Nray, was accepted. The commit- 
tee decided on motion that he be 
suspended for one game, and iCs he 
had been under suspension for near- 
ly two weeks, the game he had been 
unable to play in duHng that time to 
count as hia punlshmant. This en- 
abled Mr. Charman to play for the 
O.W.V.A. team on JSaturday. 


NBW TORK. Nov. t.— Ted "Kid* 
Lewis, ef Bngland, former welter- 
weight champion, sailed ysaterday 
for London, it was anaonnoed by his 
asaaager. Charlie Harvey. Lewis is 
aebeduled to engage In two^ bouts 
soon aftsr his arrival on the ether 
side. Manager Harvey has closed ne- 
gotiations for a match against either 
Johnny Basham, English welterweight 
champion, or Young CStarlcs, holder 
of the French title. This boot wfll bo 
held la January at the Royal Albert 
hall and will mark Lewis' first ap- 
pearance In a Britlah ring. 

Lewis will foUll theatrical engago- 
meats whieh have been arranged for 
a period of one BMath. Snbeequently 
Lewis will eetabltoh training quarters 
and train for three weeks m prepara- 
tion for hia firOt bout. 


Ladies Defeat L^ysmith Team 
by Four Points — Intermedl- 
• ates. Beat Victorians With 
Plenty of Margin to Spare 


DUNCAN. Nov. 1.^^ Ml 
packed the K. of P. Hall last 
to wltnees ths two basketball 
staged and to enjoy the daocp ' 'that 
followed. Amongst the throng were 
noticed many from Shawnifaik IMie; 
Cobble Hill, ChemalnuB, Lad^mlth 
and Intervening po|nts. In the first 
game played the Ladyunith ^les 
met the Duncan ladles and this- game 
was followed by a match between the 
Victoria Y.M.C A. Intermadiates and 
the local Ii)termedli|tok. ^ In IH>tb 
contests the home team mooeei^fril la 
retaining the honors. :" ^; 

In the lailfiMS' game the hoaio team 
eame out viators by a seorr'Ol It: to 
t. Duncan started off well- iad^ had 
the ball under their basket lbi>nHO< 
first few Bilniittes, btit failed toacor*. 
although sei^oraJ openings weftigl^xnb; 
then LadysoTlth got in somo ^lorl^lay 
and three points were regnrMted- fir 
them before the home tOal^ yBOcdfd- 
ed in registering a -potn^r'a dpij|tt 
was then made, and (hreO: fletd' aliota 
were scored up in favor of "Dt^t^odii. 
In quick succesplbn.' This waa, fol- 
lowed by a session qf closer chewing 
and at half-time the score stood . « 
to 3 In favoj^ ef Qnnoan. / Idr^^jlbd 
second half the play :waa,4:tDse^ botfi 
sides putting up a good- ciass of 
basketball, and working In sOme nice 
combinations; when 'the final frkiotlt 
blew, the heme team had suooeed o d 
In gaining a lead of four polats. 

In the boys' gaftie.' Qne, fast, cl^an 
basketball was the eriler of the eyen> 
Ing. It Is a long time Since a DuOOan 
audience has been treated to sneh a 
good exhibition of this llae of aiwrt 
as both teams got in some very clasSy 
passing and combination work. Dub- 
can excelled themselves; they proved 
themsslves the speedier, and their 
pssfling was swift and accurate, bbt 
both sides put up fine, clean baaket- 
ball, and at half time the score stood 
9 to 5 In favor of Duncan. Then, in 
the second half, niany bassets were 
netted, till at the final whIsUe the 
score was plied up to the estend of 
24 In favor of DuUcans. with t for 
the Victorias. 

The teams lined up as follows: 

Duncan ladlss — E^orWards, Mies 
Donna Kerr and MiSs K. Robertson: 
centre. Miss Anne Robertson ; guards, 
Misses Eva and Tottie Rutledge. 

Ladysmith ladles — Forwards, Misses 
Dunce and Cells; centre. Miss Ella 
Ball; guards, Mrs. Martin and Miss 

Victoria Y.M.C.A. — Forwards, L. 
Fott, J. Brindley; centre, 8. Moore; 
guards, Q. Mclntyre, J. Dangertield. 

puncan Intermedlatee — Forwards, 
Eddie Evans and Eddie Ratledge; 
centre. Leo BSmett; guards, Hsictor 
Marsh and Ken Murchle l;i the first 
half and Bob McBrtdC substituting in 
the second half. 

Mr. Bob McBride handled the 
whistle for the ladies' match and for 
the boys' game Mr. Clark of Victoria 
acted as referee in the first half and 
Mr. Harry KIngsley In the second halL 

Following the matches the visiting 
teams were entertained to supper, aad 
dancing was Indulged ip till t %.m. 
Mrs. Watts' orchestra of Ladysmith 
supplied the ihuelc. 


tSreat War Veterans Ahead at 
Half-Time, Shipyard For- 
wards Controlled Balance of 
Contest— Score 4-2 


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mMm Pkeaes "Ceeatal J> j r»ye i o JUtafaod Mea" Day ead Night 

ISS ead.dfS Toarfag ^^ sad Uasoasfaies 


Three 1$!kg Values in Cigars 

A.B,C, per box of 50 .$2.50 

Steele's Special, per box of 50 ... ; $3.00 

Steele's Perfectos, per box of So $3.7S ' 

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Bxdsllliift' soccer marked tffo lifoit- 
ing of the Foundations and the 
O. W. V. A. steams at the Jubilee 
grounds yesterday, the ehipyard men 
winning a 4-2 game by fine iso^ In 
the second half. ' 

Tha first half was very evon atl 
Che aray through, botb- the gai|s 
■ware ftrotfy visftad in tke ooafie 4it 
much up and down play,* but Btrldgso 
aad Davi» weta U good form, the 
only score In the haH golag ta the 
Valasaao when Radd Siattad tbo hall 
aftar fo miaateo o( play. 

In the second tmtt iSm Fptada- 
tlons forward lino pMyad a itttHUr 
idapcoVM game, koapid* Davlg.'adb- 
staatly, hosy and dofaatlac hia IMth 
foo^anampts. ons of ttoio bold|r-the 
result of a pobalty for fMSda 

Poteh was the os^y. VotohUi afle 
te .get-ipaot the FotmdatloB dotenee 
dorm* tJUs half, makttig a fla« goal 
while balag harassed by Chootor and 
Btllatt, tbe > a t B» »a dL maaTa finnrd 
line balac uiulMe to maintain the 
fine itaafiMrd tbey had dlaplaiM la 
tba first Half af th^ gaaso. 




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Dig, and dig deep, durihg this Victory Bond Campaign 

Victoria must raise 

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Is Called for Tonight 


EifempsQ^ on Crutches 
\ After Circus AcGijient 




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V^ vMi to eim^izenthf ftctjhit^^^.t^ 
Suits ^c ataofutely 4i^)eii4at]ie in ey^ irtf^ 

they W equM In Qivmrm'^^^^ ^'^¥Kii 

we have ever shown li tKb store. No i^ian yM 
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wear wonderfully and rettin that welt-tatftlM 
look to, the very end. 

One ranger of Blue Serge Suits is made up 
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' in this assortment are smvri young men*! 
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Some particularly smart Dark jGrey Serge 
-'" Suits are t>resented. They are business-like* ■■" - 'y" 
in cut and color^^ and qufte moderately 
' priced a^ 

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A Long Pull! A Strong Pull! 

TMs is anc^eal^ where al^ the cilisetis of Victoria 
must pull totether to win the Prince's Honor Flag. 
No# ^en, all together— Buy Victory Bonds with all 
your mi^! 

TWs $pti 4Mnt«4 tbf 


Yates Street 





sitm T0«|C. |f«v. S.^^VlM British 
•lea«i«r FMilfc*» a tomoI ot 4.1 SS 
trail* toiia, WM Irraekod on • #Mky 
eoaai kr tiM Ba# of Boncsl. MMI th« 
ni iwaaantaw; Af whom \^ W«r« 

wonMn and chJldron. wm^ ^t^aewt^ hy 
tlio UnlUd StatM 8hl#]>lhc B«^d 
■t«i.m«r Woat Modus, fltia Intema- 
Mon wu recelvad h«r« la a «ible 
from th« mastar of th« Wast Modua 
to tha StMes Marina * CommoTeisI 
CoiblMAjr, manacsrs of tho SlUp. 




lArmy Overcoats 

over into serviceable civilian . overcoats an<| dyed 

Miada la Haasata ar ■«««» ta Waar 




Ontario Association Will Grant 
Franchises to ReSponsrble 
Clubs Only— Close Scrutiny 
of Players Estat)lished 

TORONTO. Kov. S.— At the first 
maeting of ths Ontario Hockoy Mmo- 
clation ExecutlT« for the saasoh held 
last nigrht, drttstle sotton was taken 
to remove control ot club* from ir- 
responsible and temporary direction 
which had brousbt about undesirable 
conditions, especially In senior hookey, 
In Toronto. 

It WM laid down that the^ policy 
of the O.H.A. was to vrant fran- 
chises only to clubs representing per> 
manent and responsible orcanlsatloui 
encased in some form of athiette 
sport Wherever possible it will l>e 
required that saneral Amateur Ath- 
letic Associations be formed and the 
O.H.A. franchlsca will be awarded to 

A further step In the direction of 
the scrutiny of players was taken In 
the adoption of a list which Is likely 
to be added to before the new certi- 
jtlcates are issued for the coming 
season of holders of certificates whloh 
will not be renewed this Winter. 

It was also provided that O.ELA. 
players eaatiot take part m any came, 
exhibition «r otherwise. In tl^hleh 
players who are dented certificates 

' ' - ■ 

mok Prlca te Ktmgtum 
KiKOSVdK, Ont, Nov. t.»ln Veply 
to a protest mads by Major Nrwman 
ta tha Board af Gommeroe acatost 
the prtee aC milk tn Klnsston b«ln< 
increased ft^m 14 to It eents a quart, 
the Toronto office of the Board states 
that aeitlMr produeers nor dtotrlbators 
sooorad permlsaloa to Increase the 
prioa, and adviaea eltlaeas not to pay 
tha hlfh rate until It is endorsed by 
tlM Board. 

Drive a Car 

We rent FORD Cars to 
rdsponslhle parties. 

$1 an Himr 

S\^ ior first hour and 

hkd Alto limy 



WORK otfTmom 

Senators and Elks Arrange for 
Practice — Patrick's Pws. 
Will Join In— Schedules Are 
Announced ^ 

Tomorrow avanlnc the Senators and 
Blka Hockey Clubf 'will have their 
first workouts. It i« also likely that 
a few memt>ars of tha Two Jacks Dope 
and the O.W.VJL irUI turn out tor a 

The Elks will c«t on the lea at T 
o'clock, and Capt. Darrell Spenco will 
•et the pace for an Hour. Capt. Bpence 
states that be haa several whirlwind 
players, and hopes to annex the cup 
this yaar. 

Capt. Qeorce Btralth. wltn bis band 
of warriors, will take the ice at 8 
o'clock. Manacttr Lioster Patrick 
stated last eveninc that Dubbie Kerr, 
Bobble Gence. ESddle Oatman and 
blmself wcmld work out with the Sen- 
ators. Capt. Btralth has been keep- 
inc his line-up a secret up to the 
present, but tomorrow eveninc will 
see what he has lu&d under his hat. 

No charce will be made tomorrow 
evaalnc for admlsalon to see the ama- 
teurs and professionals in their pre- 
liminary trials. ^' 


Thirty Thousand Spectators 
See American ^Varsities in 
Thrilling Football Battle 
Ending in Score of Ten All 

i*^..- ' .«■ II I ; I . 

PRINCETON, Not. «.— Harvard and 
Princeton played a 10 to 10 tie came 
today. In what waa probably the most 
thrllllnc football contest ever staced 
here. Thirty or more thousand spec- 
tators were in almost a constant 
pitch of excitement aa the teams 
foucht their way throbch the c*^me. 

The Cambrldce eleven, on the short 
end of the score almost all the way, 
staced a wonderful oomebaek, and 
playinc Msperately in the last mln- 
litea, staved off defeat and tied the 
score. There was a breaihlees mo- 
meat* when Church, of Harvard, 
carefully surveyed the ancle he had 
to kick and then swiftly but surely 
sent the pterin between the coal 
posta that cave the flchtlnc crimson 
team its tanth point. 


Hladle and Owen Will Meet on Level 

TtavoB In Game of 500 Vp 

on Tnoaday 

An Interestlnc billiard match has 
been arranced to be played between 

A. Hlndle, late of Halifax, and Chris 
Owen, of this city, o» Taenday even- 
inc next at 7:80 p. m. at the St. 
James' billiard hall. JohnsOn Street. 
The came will be 500 up level, and 
as Mr. Kindle was (Considered when a 
resident of Halifax to be one of the 
best players in Nova Scotia, it is sure 
that a very close and interestlnc came 
win result from the meetlnc on Tues- 
day, and the local star will have to 
look to his laurels to hold his repu- 
tation as a cueist. 

Mr. Bert Irish, the manacer'of the 
8t. James' billiard room, extends a 
cordial invlatlon to all lovers of the 
creen t>atxe to 'come and see the 
match. Mr. J. Murray will act as 


The second match af the Broad 
Street Hall Billiard Leacue was played 
on Friday nlcht, the result beinc as 

B. Newman Owen (capt) >00 
(capt 174 

Baker 210 Head Ill 

S. Feather 

stone IBO Norton 9t 

CamplMll . . 160 Corke ...-«.. !!• 

Osard ISt H. Ball ISO 

887 770 

Ten teams are In-thls leacue. which 
is beinc played for cold and silver 
medals, the full schedule beinc as fol- 
lows: I 

Vaam Captains 

Nor. % — Orchard vs. Buckett. 
Nov. 7— Owen* vs. B;. Nownan. 
Nov. 10— l^ylor vs. B. Nawman. 
Nov. 11 — Fenton vs. BnelL 
Nov. ll-^>onketh va Oardiaer. 
Nov. 18-~^uekett vs. B. Newman. 
Nov. 14 — ^Orchard vs. Owens. 
Nov. 17 — Gardiner vs. B. Newman. 
Nov. 18 — Owens va. Penketh. 
Nov. l»-~Buckatt va Taylor. 
Nov. 20 — Fenton vs. Orchard. 
Nov. 2V— Snail ««, a. Newman. 
Nov. 24 — Orchard va Penketh. 
Nov. 26 — Swe%ett va. Gardiner. 
Nov. 30— Omnc vs. Fasten. 
Nov. 27--4. NorWinan va. B.Newman 
N«T. It— /naylor v% SnaB. 
V^e, 1~>& Nawimrii «C Oyrans. 
Dae. S— Fenton va. BoefcaM. 
Dec. t " 'iji. Nawman va. OfifccNI. 
Dec » j iPu nkath vs. t9tlfl0t* 
Dae. ^— Oaritaar vs. 9ttm^- 
Dac. 8 — Batiiatt vs. Owe — . 
Dec 8 — T^tmt^yu. B. Nawman. 
Dec 10— -it MMTman va Penton. 
Deo. H ■■>« ««. Penketh. 
Dec l>— Orelwrd vs. Oartftoar. 
Dec. 18 — Fenton vs. l^ylar. 
Dec li — Bnell vs. Buekett. 
Dae. 17—- Oardlaar va. Owana. 
X>se. 18 O r obard va. B. Newman. 
Daa. !•— B. Newman vs. PenkaCh. 
Daa. f t O rctm d va. ftylor. 
Dec S8— Oardiaer vs. ftatoa. 
Daa. tf (ftisll en. B. Wsamsa. 
Dec t O " <Owaa» VC BMb. 
Jan. t—^k Nawowa va. Paakath. 
Jan. 8 Oralwrd va. BaalL 
Jan. I — Fsnioa vii B. NaWmaa. 
Jaa. y Ows>s v« 
Jan. ^-^Pankath v«l 
Jiip. »— 4>ardlnar va. B. N 
Jaa. It— VKirlor vs. Oardlaar. 
laou It — FaaOaa vsi ^sakatlr. 
iaa. 14— BMkatt va.' 1. Nawa 


BATON BOlJOB.'Nov. I.— Jaak 
Dempaey. world's haavywalcht 
champion, will ,be unable to Iws 
far aeveral weeks as the result of 
injuries received last nlcht durmc 
the performance of a circua with 
which be is travellnc- Dempaay, 
who arrived here today, will be 
forced to oaa epitehea for 


Fast and Rough Soccer -Game 
at Central Park Lost by the 
■Comrades When Defence 
Cracl<s— Score Was 3-1 

The North "Ward^ yesterday de- 
feated* the Comrades so<^er team at 
Central Park by 8-1. in a came 
featured by much rouch play and tbe 
presentation by Dannell of two coals 
to the winners. 

The came was fast all the way 
throuch, and the Wards won mainly 
threuch the better showing made by 
their forward line, who were always 
dancerouB when anywhere near shooc- 
Inc distance, while the Comrades' 
stuck squad failed badly to eoptrol 
their shots. Bloom in particular loslnc 
several chances by bad footwork. 

After twenty minutes of hard play, 
mostly in the Wards' territory, the 
Wards' forward line cot clear away 
and came down on Lomas en masse, 
beinc met almost at the coal Una by 
Dannell, who was ui>set by the ruhti 
as he tried to clear, and in fallins. 
heeled the ball over the coal line. 

From the line-up the Comrades 
took the offensive, and after Ave min- 
utes of hard work were able to equal- 
ise, when Brlstow netted a pasn acroM 
the coal-mouth from the left. 

Just before half time Taylor lifted 
a lone punt out to his forward line, 
who cot away in fine style and 
stormed over all opposition to the 
coal line, Where a snappy shot out 
of the, massed play hit the coal post 
inside tha coal line, puttlnc the 
Wards acaln In the lead. , 

In the second half the Wards wero 
Clven their, third aud last tally aftor 
ten m'nutes of hard piay, Dannell 
acaln beinc the donor. The Wtrds' 
forward line cim^ oown the field in 
line style, and whoii close to th^ coal 
Dannell ehde-ivorod to hfiad out n 
hich shot, but, belnif hustled, ralssed 
the manoeuvre, the ball bounclnc off 
his shoulder mto thci net before 
Lomas could cover. 

The larce crowd of fans Itnlnc the 
fleld was nnusually partisan, and 
much of the i ouchnejs which dc^vel- 
oped amonc the players was due to 
tha encouracement whioh the speets- 
tors showered n\ th-ir ff^oritos. 
there beinc occiiilon-f wli<«r. K-'cnc 
Payne stopped the contest aud warned 
sundsy players on both eldea 

Tho teams were: 

North Wards — Menntes: Taylcr nnd 
Dakers; MoOrecor. MoDoukhU and 
Baker. Ta'Ohy. Jim Cjnimlns, Pettt- 
orew. Wales 'and Joe CummiiLi. 

Comrades — ^Ltomas; Dannell and 
Oomm: (fTaen, Pitts and Davis: Har- 
per, Bloom, Walton, Brlstow and Hd- 

Referee— P. C. Payne. 

8UnB aad OVSMOATt. Big , 

BNOLIIH CAPS. A tpMltl Urn to cIbv at ...ft.00 

Men! We Speak Withio Bounds Wlmn^ 

We Strongly EmpI 


9S a Really Genuine Sal^ 

W« are hoMiQiJ^ thi» tale beUeviog that it ii the beat &tti quick- 
est means of tntrodudng' this itore to every num aiMl young 
man possible. 

Come in and be eonvincedt satisfied and surptfted Kow's 
your opportunity to i^tock vp with Fall CloUiuig and furnish- 
ings at sale prtob. iifi.iibopyvwm or 4«tBagcd goods-s-all this 
season's purchases. .^.-. >■ 

t*i >v «<«•> 



Huge Bafgain 
in Winter Underwear 

Merino Undergarments, Winter weight. Warm ^<E^ f%|\ 
and non-irritant~t>t«wors and SUrta, the two for fPmmUv 

, Combinations also offered at the same price. 

'••i '."^ *••;- "■'ir' -' />, 

__ of This 
* Season 

A RcgnlBr 99-So dtf rt i" o n l y owpiirftBd . 

English shirting heavy weight. Soft double cuffs. Nice striped 

effects. Never such a bargain before. 

REMEMBER. nextSaturdsy b lut 4ay of niei dBaH^vait, get yw: 
share tomorraw. • , . < "• , 

ALL ON THE BARGAin GOUMiSR-r^nittkS, doiHsrs, Ttts* iisi^-V 
chr«fs, CapSt Umbrellas, et^ dtcT . 


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Central Clothes Shop 

•14 ViMvSt 


Fifth Regiment Shoot 

Th# Ftrth K«s<ni«nt CO. A. Rlfl* Aaaocle- 
tlon hald th«lr last ■hoot of - the acaaon 
raatarday afternoon, there waa but a allm 
attendance. The aeaaoa juat closed has 
been most raraarkable (or hish sqorlnK. 

A maetinr of tbe asaoeIat|on will be held 
■tiortty, wtipn tha prUaa won will b« pre- 
aented and all other b'ualnaaa claaafl up tor 
tha aeaaoa. 

The tcorea ar« aa followat 

"A" Clai 





■■t. W. R. Bqilth .. IS 




Onr. It. Ommondaan. . tS 




Onr.^O. W. NaUl .... 11 




•'»•• Clasa— 

Btt. J. Btuckey >t 




Onr. W. T. MrOibbon . t« 




Lt. D. R. Planick .... I* 




"Unattachad" — 
B.-8rt. B. O. Aualhi .. n 




Mr. W. K. Mltaball .. 11 




C»l. a. B. HarAwIek . . at 




Iii*lte SasUab PUyen 

Tke BnvlUih I«wn Tennia AmocU* 
tloa haa b««n Inrltcd by Ui« Arcen- 
tlna AModatlon to aend & team to 
Arffantlna. The Booth Amaiioana alao 
deair« litlla. Lienslan. fh* French wo> 
man champion, to ahow her aklU on 
tlMljr coarta. 

Wood for Sale 

Bast Kindling Wood, all ' Ir peel 
bark, mill wood, siabt, blockt, cof4- 

PHONE 2260 

Ad]iace j 

Buy Victory Bonds, greet JelU- 
Is least that you cao do, 
Then take a stroll, and see SAM 
His winter stock to view. 


•His working clothes, or Suoday 
You really onght to try 
YouVe welcome to a good look 
And are not ^eaaed to tmy. 


If Yoli Want to Save Money 

The man who (eti ahead la tha nan who twit. No Mttar, more 
profitaMa, mora convanUot wsy of ssving ntfMy was e^r «f«red the 
people of Canada than Victory Bonds. Tlisy srs f0o4 for yoe— food 

for Canada. Buy Victory Bond*. .^ i ' , 

This Space Donated %ir 

' JdSEPH C. SKtbGNtAH-' 

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' '■ Stortse Btfttflei Ate M adtf III T 

V riWto bisr Wbhta 

Q^ {^mt9y} WMb the dieipnft vty tn 

|ettlQ^ your next Bttt^ d ^ -v 

ISieDooglMat . PkoMSM 

M ' 

Is Your Car Very Speedy I 

Your carburetor and magneto may need adjustment I£ 
yoti bring your car kround we will ghr« h a^ the **pop" r 
you want. Our prices are right. ** 


:h *. i 

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A fort^iie pittdiast bri||# |^j MWf WIih 
ter Hats for «i<n to this stoet. We want to 
pass tllMI ok quiddr* Immo the oalMardHrf 
price fl^^SOi They wtait in fine ahadea ol 
green, grey and famna. Worth I5.00 aay- 
wbere. tiU tlioa in oar mkaAmm, 









'tHR HAII-V CniiOVIgT. VrrroilIA. RC. SU^^DAV, NOVEMBER 9, 1919 










mppoliun'of til 
^•ciu provide* 
the keenest of «»«rt« 
for tkc Canadiaa Mtfter. 
Fleniiful in the North We«t, but 
, aM ••«fM«pn in tiH4|||^. it »» • 
•iionf HviBuncr •«»* •■W' "'•".^ 
•nnu>dl«l all winter nir the.«««*% 
fMteajdrsnuof thc>#th. '^ 

, •n«t6lUr«I,liken»ittriv( 
•uH»«< fcea^ koi U &o « ^iikfcaiver^ 
. li (onm wHl to decijfl, parilnJbrfy •< 
one or t»-o noiiy bir<h trf t«*er«H! with 
tlie "block*." Overltcad pew Aa».w% ot 
/ J4alUr^ wfll p«t the tpertfinan to the 
t f '*|i4tti«aM tm. ■ : ' 
"* To eijoy' your trtp aftt* MalUiJa |0 
well prepared againti wet weather. 


&NNrting Neiws Frjun 


By Tbnt A. Mai«)i»ll 



Jl'. .a i ni i t i i>P ■* H vaMaaMW 

fctttwwiiaw ri iy 

D«inMiiea CMrtri^ jt»C!» Linlt*d 

SiSft ^E TWO JIBfltlES 


BMe-liadePastry ^ ' AH While Help 



We Will Be Ooscd Sundays During Summer Monlhs 


that the G»itie Regfulations for 

" flie season 1913? have beecTamerid- 

ed Jw^^def-iniCoiipcil, whereby 




AFTfeR NOVEMBER 16. 1919. 

..^..... u. ,. ..-,. AVM. ;G.. McMYNN 

^ Provincial Game Warden 






t«BX4K>N, B. C. Nov. •.— An ^1^ 
tampt- to compoao the dlft«r«ne«i of- 
four bts,wat«r iveni at B«in)lon. «». 
Co dlBtflbutlon of water from Trlbu- 
tiury, Qady and Bandon Creeka, M4 
tiio Kotth Fork ol Carpenter, Clro*k. 
fallod ,b«for« the Provlnoial Wktar 
Board ftt Sandon. An acroonont an- 
dOTMid for Slhraramlth Minaa. Ltd., 
Bandon^ Watarworka and Slaottrlo 
XJfht Oo.. and partially to Nol^ Flva 
Mlna. |»wnad by Hon. Jamw Shipa- 
mvir. %aa atranaotaaly oppoaad ^by 
I I I I ' ill ' 

the Minnesota Silver Co., owning tha 
Ivanhoe concentrator. * 

Slttlnca were adjourned to Victoria 
and Mr. Qunamulr waa given SO daya 
within which to tile ratifications, f 

Counsel present Included Menara.^S. 
S. Taylor. K.C: Llndley Crease, lt:c.r 
H, A. MoLaan an4 Bcneat MUlor, from 
the Coast, and Attorney John B. 
White, of Spokane. 

OhapM* McMlag Poatponed-^Mem- 
bars of Oonaalaa Chapter. I.O.D.B.. 
are aakad to note that as Tuesday. 
tlia tlth hiat., la a public holiday, the 
tnon|thly oiactln^ of the chapter will 
ba held on Ttiaaday. November lltl^ 
at the I.O.DX]. headquarters. 


lUUbHthcd tSSS 
— ^Tbtt Meant Satlsf ii«tk>n 

<*11ie Proof of 
tiw Paddliig Ig 
lor ttK Eaettnut" 


Tfto PiNiof of 
the Meat It in 
die EatlBg, Tao 

It's jost as well to <;pme here 
In the first pttce u the last 







Cits f 

Botler j 


Corn Bcr s 













A ablmmerlqt *llv«r carpat of 
du^ka eovcra at tlnaaa the waters of 
nuuiy American lakes and bayous. 
The marlla-valllsnei^ or canvas-back 
duck, plAcc de ledatance of • the 
featbared kingdom. This bird differs 
but little from the red head, but Is 
aaalfy distinguished by practical 
hunteri. Both spectes are , deep sea , 
divers, specialising 'on water plants, 
wild rice, celery and wapato, all of 
w^l^h impart a moot delicious flavor 
40 their flesh, and they arc delicacies 
In the diick culinary department. 
"Cr.ns" are about Si Inches long, 
head a dark oheatnat red. slanUng 
from bill to top of cranium, a la 
heads of our habitual cabaret dancers. 
Tha back of a fanvas-back la a gray- 
ish sliver white, which gives the silver 
carpet effect, when they are aggre- 
gated on the surface of a lake. Usual- 
ly claaaed aa a aea-dock. the "can" 
la a atrlctly American product, -and 
may bo found from the Atlantic to 
the Pacific. Exclusive in their habits, 
tHby are blessed with woman's 
curiosity, btit very wary of prospec- 
tive danger. They decoy readily, es- 
pecially in time of siornii when de- 
coys are sot near their feeding 
groundji. They feed from the bottom 
iri deep watec Wise widgeon usually 
dally about, awaiting the reappear- 
ance of the canvis with a" delicate 
mprael. which Is immediately com- 
mandeered and devournd. When 
large bodies of birds are "Jumped" or 
flushed, don't shoot, set your decoys 
and await their return. They will 
come singly. In pairs «.nd small 
flocks. Their velocity flight is from 
60 to 96 miles per hour, unless com- 
ing down wind, when it Is much more 
rapid. To "cut out a double," guar- 
antees honorable mpntlon amongst 
sportsmen;, — Of rece nt ye a rs.- due-^to 
the activity of carp. In the destnic- 
.tlon of wapato, wild rlce and celory, 
divers of the duck family are com- 
pelled to subsist upon mollusks and 
small fish, consequently, canvas-back 
have not been considered such a table 
delicacy. Duck clubs, owners of pre- 
serves and sportsmen have all de- 
clared war on German carp. 

With Rolla. O. Uelkes, "The Grand 
Old Man of St. Clair Plots," the writer 
enjoyed a most successful canvas- 
back shoot. It was late in thr FaU. 
a light mantle of snow covered the 
reeds, tulles and marshes, shores were 
skirted with a border of thin Ice. The 
weather wns "snappy." purified oaone 
floating In unlimited quantity. Leav- 
ing "Harmony Cottage" In the motor 
boat ■ "The Cub." which was loaded 
with decoj's and towing \.v**» modern 
duck boats, wo chugged down the 
North Channel of St. C»a>r River, In- 
to Baltimore Bay. opposite New Bal- 
timore. Michigan. The sun peekinR 
above the reeds and tullies, looked 
like a product of the vropioa, an tin- 
menso red ball obscured, by a haisy 
atmospheric mist. Conditions were 
Ideal. The bay was carpeted with 
the sllver-gray back plumage of can- 
vaa-back ducks, taking wing upon pur 
avpruach, leaving a tralU ot grass 
roots.* sections of ^sel.ery and straws of 
rice, which were indicative of (heir 
feeding grounds. We immediately set 
our decoys, launch was anchored at 
a distance, our duck boats hauled 
Into the roeds on^a projecting point, 
abbut 30 yards dlatant from the ilo- 
ooys. Our boats were covered with 
ree<l«, lee and tulltea, collapsible nrun- 
nels raised, as the water was getting 
a little choppy. Good for Incom- 
Hqg birds, but a shade nasty, when 
running down one's back. "Pop 
Hetkes" then tuned up his "JImmey 
Pipe," and we, were ready for action. 
'The exhaust of a gas engine, which 
souAded like the tearing of a strong 
^ag, advised us of the coming of a 
boat up bay. "Mark -West." was Pop's 
guttural announcement, immediately 
followed by snug cuddling Into the 
bottom of our boats. A bunoh of 
"cans" came tearing up the bay, 
passed us about 200 yards, then 
turned dashing back to our • decoys 
against the wind.' They looked like 
Canadian honkers, as they stuck their 
feet down, slanted the wings and 
dropped their tall rudders, prepared 
to light. Oh! you hunters, did you 
aver axperiance the delightful senM- 
tlon of knowing a big flock of "cans" 
were hovering over your decoys and 
you were Just ready to commence 
work on them? It is a grand and 
glorious feeling. We levied a liberal, 
toll from the flock. Pop with his 
repeater, saved all cripples, and we 
were correspondingly happyt When 
they came Into our decoys, headed 
down wind and splitting the atmos- 
phere, was the time when our post- 
graduate course. In duck shooting, 
was demonstrated to advantage. Suc- 
cessful guessing on down-wind leads 
is a duck shot's one best asset. When 
a canvas-back was stopped en route, 
ha wot^id strike the water, skipping 
as a kid would a thrown pebble. "We 
did tha Mt" or killed oar' limit, re. 
turning hjome for the noonday meal. 
Every bird was a "can"; wo repeated 
on tha following day. 
"Piahfrmen eame Into their own!" 
Bxtenslve pearl mines located In the 
ICIaalMilPpi Blver are now worked to 
a raeeaMfnl tlnlah. A few yeara altioe 
the nomadic population, living along 
the banks of this river, depended 
almost entirely upon their catch of 
fish, as a aoarea of austenance and 
livelihood, uaoaliy ratner non-remun- 
eratlva. It was discovered, freah 
water clama. were adapted to the 
manufacture of '.'pearl buttons" so 
-axtenslvely used on Teddy Bears and 
B.V.D.'8. Buttoh factories were ea- 
tabllahed along the river, where 
"ready money" waa paid for shells. 
Nets were hung upon tne reela. flab 
hotiaea converted inta ahell ware- 
liauaes and motor boats supplanted 
akUfa propelled by an "ash-breexa." 
Clam beds, were the pearl mines for 
which they proapected. There are 
•boot %\ varlatlaa of ahells. The 
sand, nigger head and mucket, cut to 
beat advantage, hence command the 
top prloe. Bsperiments have been 
naade by the Bureau of Ktaheiies, 
preparing the clam meat, as a culln" 
arjr dellaacy. They new recommend 
Ita adoption aa a aalt water bivalve 
■Qbetltute. Indiana utitlaed clams as 
a fe>ed product (presumably as a aide 
diek Car 4og) aa evidenced by an 
uleaahs moimd of dlsttngirtahed 
ahella, naw reptlag on a high hill. 
New Boston. Illlnola. "Paarl 
having locate^ n be^ af 
r¥i.-' raeehre from f>» to flM 

per tov*lr catch, fl«»r "shell" 
m wa^OT- tsom twf .to 4eip9^ feet 
leep. fietng li^ Iheir eaJtcdk, x>yster or 
teiuKiT rakes or the crow ' foot bar 
af Iraa. aboat 10- to ^% feet long. 
-rhlck % diacgad flMur th% bottom, 
over tlia clM«,bfdi^ Uire^ aaptnred 
<<lajn Is' a pearl-producing poealbUlty. 
'i.liose first water pearls, the much- 
wveted, calcaclous globules.^ are fre- 
• luently found, slugs, buttons, pear- 
shaped and the spherical first- water 
proditct. They sell frem 6» conU to 
«4.t00 each. Imagine the sensations 
that caper up the spine of a typteal 
"river rat" when, he pries open a 
shell to find imbedded a '*pearl nug- 
get" VcJued at ||4,»00. . This wild 
chance makes "clamming" the acme 
of sensational prospecting, not geld 
at the grass roots, but a thrill of 
pearl anticipation 'with every oatch. 
Sale of shells Insures a living. , Find - 
liMT a valuable pearl, a gamble. The 
wheel af fortune slowly tusns. pc- 
caslonaUy atopploc . f^ ^^* .capital 

■At .4 < 


That Canada, which once Wfta 
nothing but a vast happy hunting 
ground for the Jndlan and teeming 
with game and. fur bearing animals, 
has now become a country where 
stringent restrictions are often neces- 
sary to preserve the wild life from 
actual extinction. Is a /act of which 
the serioiUBneHs Is not 'ger-«rally ap- 
preciated. The condition Is casually 
dismissed as being due to the spread 
of settlement and civilisation and as 
therefore inevitable, cVen if regret- 
table from certain aspects. 

It Is not necessary, however, that 
our wild life be exterihtnatod and 
there are many reasoris that pre- 
cautions should be (aVen to prevent 
this. Let us remember that, in this 
raapsct.^ wc are trusteea for poster- 
ity In a very special sense, since the 
Injury we may do will be Irreparable. 
We ought also to recognise that our 
wild life constitutes a natural re- 
source of great present and future 

Game Is still a necessity for food 
purposes In certain frontier districts 
and for thousands of Indians. The 
fup bearing animals constitute a re- 
source which, in the last fiscal year 
before the outbreak of the war, pro- 
vided exports valued at $6.609.&7<. 
while even in 1916 the cx[>orts 
amounted to .^4,778.337. In addition 
to the furs exported, large quanti- 
ties are used In Canada and the 
severity of oi^^ Winters makes it cer- 
tain th^t thla^'ome demand will be 
permanent. Ifarther, It will natur- 
ally Increaae "trtth the growth of our 
populapon. '■»; , i; ' , •' 

Mankind ha« other nfeoda also than 
food to eat' and clothen to wea,r- 
People need recreation. There is no 
healthier fOrm of recreation than 
that which Is carried on with rod 
Or gun or camera along the streams, 
in the woods, across ihe plaina or 
among the mighty mountain ranges., 
The attraction of game, big or little. 
is one of ' the most powerful lures 
that leads 'laen Into these healthful 
surroundings. Canada is famous as 
a sportsman's paradise. She muift not 
lose that preeminence. Her splendid 
stretches of unspoiled nature, still 
within easy reach of her largest 
cities, are perhaps the greatest ad- 
vantage she possesses over older 

The biggest difficulty In the wayof 
wild life conservation Is wholesale 
Indiscriminate killing for commercial 
purposes or even, in some cases, 
from pure wanton lust of slaughter. 
Much cornplaint has been made that 
certain tribes of Indians are the 
greatest sinners in this respect, but 
white men are not free from blame. 
If this ignorant waste is stopped In 
time by well enforced close seasona 
the wild life can be preserved and 
there irill still be enough for legiti- 
mate taking. New Brunswick Is an 
example of a province where thla 
haa been done and where the num- 
ber and value of the game has actu- 
ally greatly increased in recent .years..' 
But in the Northwest the big horn 
sheep and the wapiti and some other 
animals are as much in danger of 
extermination as the buffalo and 
beaver. It has, therefore, been found 
necessary to prohibit altogether, for 
an Indefinite period, the killing of 
certain species. 

One of the most effective methoila 
of preserving at lelfkt a 'a'udl«!ui;,i|>f 
the ^me attd other wild .'areati^^ 
la to provide eanctuaflep within, witf db 
they' shall never b* rooleistod. ^Is 
has already been done In the Ro<^||tir 
Mountains, Waterton L.ake8"and Jas- 
per Parks and the increase of wild 
life haa been astonishing.— CoiuMr- 
vation. Ottawa. . l , . ., 


Huskies Defeat Oreadnaughts 
In Senior Game by Narrow 
Margin— Bob WhKe Shone 
on LIne-Up of Winners 

Basketball enthusUsts had a bean- 
feast last night at the Y.M.C.A., no 
less than three games taking place, of 
which the senior game, at 9 o'elocfc, 
t>etween the Dreadnaugbta and tht 
Huakles, proved the moat stirring, tua- 
ale of the ecason. The Huskies won 
by f narrow margin, the Anal ooofe 
being 8S to 2S in their favor. • It was 
a idihgdong battle all through and the 
Dreadnaughts made .valiant attempts 
to hold their opponehts down, but the 
victors put on a spurt in the last three 
n^lnfitea of play and Carried oft , the 
bacdn. The teams flexed' aa fotlovrs: 
Huskies— ^S. Wenger. 1« points: IV 
(Bob) Whlte.'^ie: u Nuie.T; o. qbr-„ 
kle and H. Mackay. Drefi,dnaugbtST-' 
T. Hopkins. 10 pOihts; 8. Ma'cGachern. 
1$: 8. Young. 6; A. MoKinnon and A^ 
' Dowell. • ' ' 

The T.M.CA. Houke XiOague, aen- 
iors. now stiands aa under: 

HViskies, won 3. loaC ^11: High' 
Scheol. Won t, lost 1; Orveadere. won 
2, lost I'r Dfeadnaughte. won 1, leat ,3; 
WhTkx- Bangs, won nil. lost 3. 

Last night's B LeAi^e game> after 
a rather one-sided tussle, want to the 
W.P.8.. who trimmed the TftHodmatOs 
the tune of 34 to 11. 
The B league standing Is as follow^: 
W.P.8.. von i. lost nil; 1st .Presby- 
terian, won 1. lost nil; Toung Bual- 
ncsr Men. won 1, lost nil; Dormitories. 
l«3m ; TTlTlcTimB, lo»r & ^. ^-7- — 

We CeoUb't PossOdy Ghre Our Tea-Year 

Gaaraotee Vnless Wf 'Were Able to 

Perform Hm Qwlily of Work We Claim 

HeaUte 7 

There M so much to the ser- 
vice we perrotwi— and It 1* up 
well, knowa. that you take no 
rUks or o|»aacas in coming %a 
this offloa < ^ 

Our faellltlee and advantages 
are> modem — we hm tha best 
reeommende'l dental supplies— 
and Ve ga the extreme limits to 
make a Success of each patient's 
case. Tha experience of the prtn- 
elpals and skill with which work 
Is performed Justify your, con- 
ftdemse ' ta eur splendid service. ' 
Make an appointment and learn 
facta that will Intersat you> 


We permit patients to 
pay a little |t a time. 

. I 

Dr. Gilbert's 

Dental Parlors 

XWk Oeea nw Ma t M« ear. Tanaa 

(, • . . . ' • 

Vancouver Office — 

207 Hastings W. 


£hie-of-town natienta 
are shown every 
cotiMideration — no 
undue loss of time 
— no le 

long waits. 

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Offftlee are epaa 
iMonday, Wednesday, 
Kriday evenings till 
I oTclock. 




Wests Come Against Unexpect- 
ed Strengtii When Faced by 
Veterans — Janres Nets tlie 
Winning Tallie *' 


Try Our Itepair 


All Work 


Tailors, <?\eaner«. Dye 

ing, Renovating and 


All branches of LAdles' 
and Oenfs Work 
Promptly .\ttended to. 

Hooms 7 and 8. 
HaOaUaas Sloek, 
• 3>eBjlaa Mveett 
sr Htam Seott's. 

rsova meg 


Displaying the flneat , brand of 
soccer which they ha\'e exhibited 
thla year, the Army and Navy .men 
yesterday went down" to defeat at 
Beacon Hill before "the redoubtable 
Victoria Wests'. 

In the first half thb 0ame was re- 
markably evenly oontftsted^ and the 
Army and Navy received great en- 
cotiragement through scoring first 
blood, the tally coming after twenty 
midutcs of fast play, when the Wests 
Incurred a penalty, Oale's well 
placed shot being' loo -Wacm for 
Shandley to stop. 

Ten minutes of interesting pl^y 
had taken place In the second half 
before the Wests trere able to equal- 
ise, James netting the ball with a 
fine shot after a fast run through. 
The winning prcal was aleo scored 
by James, this; requiring a couple of 
tries. Leeming fisting his firs| at- 
tempt out but being unable to handle 
James' swift return shot. 

The teams were: 

Victor^ ^tVests: Shandley: White 
and Copas: Sherratt. McKay and 
Okell; .Mulcahy. Peden,v James. S. 
Sherratt and Plump. 
' Army and Navy Veterans: Leem- 
ing; Church and Pii(gott: Dowell. 
Hatherhill. and KrankUh; Hllller. 
Grimes, Fillmore, Oale and Wilcox. 


PHOENI.X Nov. 8.— Eddie Hearn. 
Los Angeles, won the free-for-all 
100-mIle 'automobile race here today. 
RoScoe Sarles and, R. T. Durant, both 
of Los Angeles, were second and 
third. Heam's time. 1:28:09, was 
said to be a world's record for that 
distance oh a dirt track. ,. - "-- ' 


Electric Heaters 

While They Last $6.50 and $8.50 

## A New Un« of Table UmM 


1319 Broiid Sc 

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■Otaab. Packet BUUanls (30 Ttklm>, Ciwn, T«|bae«a ^ 

*. M'* ' ./Flrst-Clsss Fauntaiaia Caaaaeliaa ■ '^.,:>::t';J ( 

712 YalM StTMt 


ol MtlropolM Hotel 


Painful PHes 


MiTAtlJi WAIXA. Nor. '8.— Unlver- 
ally of Spokane defeated Whitman 
team here, 18 to 0. Several Whitman 
players were knocked oat Oenael, 
lef't end. suffered a . broken eoUar- 
hope: Carver. Whitman fullback, had 
several ribs broken, while Hatch. 
Oonaaga fullback, broke [ a linger. 
Whitman put up a iprltty light and 
contested every foot of the way, but 
superior weight broke them down. 


meter Shamrock, which, he said, had 
won more cups than any other yacht 
m Bdtleh waters, to b« used ai^ a 
"trial horse" for the contender. 

As previously reported, the chal- 
lenger .will ask that the first rfcoe 
be on June S4, off Sandy Hook. 


In the Two Jacke billiard handicap 
lost night a. very fine game .was wit- 
nessed by a large atUndapce when 
lovall (r35) beat Norton (scratch), by 
BO f^lhts. iirorton. when '70 behind,' 
ettught up to" wiMilii '1# of tils oppon- 

aat'B eeora. but JjUfnit etayed with tha 
game and rah out with an unfinished 
break of 20 odd. 

The four players In the semi-flnal 
round ;are i^vatt. Hall, Murray and 
Wilklnaon. The two first-named will 
meet on Tdesd^y at 8 o'elook; Hall's 
handlokp'ls "teoeUre SO^' and Loratt'e 
"recetva 8»." 

.Tomorrow avenlns at 7:30 a league 
niatch will be played between Hlb- 
beraon and Frosfs teams which are 
.composed of the following players: 
Hibbarepa (captain), Ratlton. Murray. 
(Soldwell. WllklniMa and Wateon (re- 
S4Mrve); Frost <ca4ltaia>,. Parry, WhIU, 
Wilson. Bishop and Bdinirda ira- 
eef*»). '• ■• 

You are eoffsring drsadfvliy 
Itching, bleeding, protruding 
"-*"- Now. go ever 

Hold Tarvowe to !•! Drst 
DcfeaOM try tlw 
Ma tr opoMe t-t 

to any drag etare and get at.. .. 
hex at PyraiBld nie Treatneat. Re* 
llet ebaald eooie aa quickly yau win 
linaa far Jay. la yea are la doubt, 
send for a free trial package tor 
malL Ta«. wjll.thea be ounvlneed. 
Doat dala/. Take no aabatitaiei 

rm fAHnc cxNiroN 

rnumo drvo couTAin. 

iSdIy aeadjae I 


Maae ...» 

t a «•••• •••«*« 



In the Intermediate Booeer League 
the firemen yesterddy drew with the 
hitherto alwaye victorloua Tarro^ at 
the WUIowa The Yarrows men 
scored In the first half and the Fire- 
men equalised shortly after half time, 
neither team being able to Improve. 
Tha rtremen are ehewtaf the result 
of much practice, and are already 
much faater than when they flret en- 
tered tha laague. - 

The game between the Metropollg 
and the PoaUls at Beaeon Hill went 
to the MetrapeUa by 8-1, Motion ooor. 
Ing for the Metros In the first hal^ 
Quinn added another shortly Miter re* 
•umptloh of pUy, and Aaby ne^Ud tha 
final tally. The Poat41a teal wag 
scored by Beard. 



NBW TORK. Nov. i.— Sir Thomas 
Upton, rhaneagar for the Amerloa'a 
Cup. arrhrad la New YeMi today t* 
make arrdatements for the overhaal* 
lag of Mkaaaroek IV.. th« ypwht with 
whkrh hal i eyea to oapta*^ the fttntoop 

Sir Thofnss announced , that he la- 
teade4 to eend over In April his 28- 



to appraqato fBk$ 
cluuv 9i AA 
M lickMM aal 
atiiffhtfiil lt»f 


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tiiijHiiim^jMmililiitMUtilit''^^ <" ii'ipsii Mill ill -iiiTiiti 











Etc, Etc 

"l^ promote s more 
gcncir^ n«e of our kl|^ 
gndt food pro&atpj; 
■. we give many valtH^ll' 
premttuna in return for; 
the coupons wliich w« 
place in every Jameabh. 
paclcage. Surt usisi; 
Jamcaon products thta 
week — their quality, 
will plcasf you. St 
th« coupons and se 
for our new Premiui 
Catalbgue. H 




P.O. Box 739 

Victoria,, B.C. 


Vmd^ «1m AvspiMS of tW 
RrMMk Cilup>is_«w Pr^e^i^ 

<'■ >■ 


Fnkfe meetmg 

,^v, , ^ _ , J Aildr«ptA by. .' 
Dominbm Fire Commission- 
er, and others. 

nmnday, November )3 

Dght o'clock ' '''■ 


Automobiles in Operation in 
Province Valued at Over. 
$33,000,0Q(K-Victdf1a Haf 
Increaseof 2,000 In Year. 






Tb« Provincial i«0i«rHt«a rapfrt* 
ffrMtor koUvftty tblfrfeM- In tb« 
atlon or all e>aa^^*f nat«aaoMl«{ 
than ever before. WmtiMtm 
tor teat year In TlotOffla 
Indicated that aomo t,«M ■aot4)«yi 
were In use. thie year' It la e rttmafd; 
that over 6,»00 peopU knv* t^lMn OV^^ 
Itceneea for the oper^ttOB et aut««- 
mohiles. The, total flfWrea for the. 
whole Province will, It to (houfbt. ntn. 
Into the nel«hl>orhao4 of SS;otS 
llcenaes, of which aOm4 >*0 wfll 
earry provlalopal caad^oartf plate*. 
The contractors who ffkaJM .tko ate^; 
plates are already enttig^d upon nei^ 
ymr'a allotment, an^. the aajMleae^ 
nuitobera are wnly a provtslOMur/wefl^. 
sure to keep up -with the dasnanO. :^;/ 

Averaging the cost per mtomobllSK 
to be M the neighborhood of |l.KO#j^ 
reeldenta of Victoria and 
have spent aome $7,600,000 on «uto^ 
mobtlea, niany of which will hav« 
m the current year. 
yB,l9a ttt \Mw0»n^' 
the entire PrevUiee 
would be tS3.000,000, a tidy little for- 
(•iMla. Tfce> atatemeot of the llcenae 
aothoritles ie more than borne out 
by the 9p|inlon .of tl^e •utpnoblle 
, dealera In towii. * <■ ' 

In aptle of the aoarliig eest^of liv- 
li^ and Updred matters. t)>e oonaen- 
siie oC^o^Stton. in tke autOfaybll* In* 
dMirr ^ appaara ' to be tha«-V4«rs are 
^pi^d^taat or fiwter to|*jr than 
Mt;^ ,.mf> H. A. Davie, of tJ>e Mc 
Laurliliii Motor Company, atatea that 
he ie receiving a 'arload every 'week 
and that thatntoiMWHM 4ri-Y«lng. 
»o!d aa faM ma tlAr «3nrl«i "1^ ttWm. 
Eight were sold laat week).attd la. the 
first three days of H<l»*»«|f-- 

The National Motor^^CSisjMffilr; agent 
.for the Ford, report^ that U lagettlng 
nor* cars through ^vr> < aad that 
•omething apprbitchlng a . stock was 
obtained last >re«Jf., Mr.' pIn«pore 
saya the Pord la MlUng a«. ngptdlbr aa 
it can be unloaaedU-'alld ifftt/fMiy tbr 
the road. .• - • "' , J 

Mr. cartiar (Mtr th« same atori^ «f 
rapid turnover and says that tho new 
stock of PaigS'Six that he is .expect- 
ing are. nearly all booked already, 
and he antieipataa no dlfQcul(y in 
djitpoelng of the remainder on arrlv.aL 
The, .main .difficulty Beams to b^ to 
rkra' here ' In • nut fldept nuinb«ra to 
supply the steady demand. . 
get -the aeveral manufacturers to ship 


A liondon hoapital physician gives 
tM ttOlowtna ln«tniot(ona fdr jaVold- 
Ini^ coYds and 4nfluenia:-— 

Keep your mouth closed and 
breathe through the nosov^ 

iD»t a gpod breakfast:, never^ go out 
•tSJK^ eippty etomachp -* ■ - . • 
. . WsfiK~7fr»J(tn clot||lnc,^^ut light bv 
IwHKht. • l'\ ; H . 

Be aa nroui aa pidatUfl* in tba openr 

* . Avoid fatigue, for >lt fiVora Infec- 
tion. .. 

' *Piui^ . your" rooms frequently with 
air, but do not "^^ i" a draught; in 
badly ventilated ro.ojn.s infection 
igjreads, , ...,..„,.,,.... 
'^ Do not stand face to f^ce with a 
person who has a.«d|d or tnftucoza. 
Do nft sit jn a train oppesiita a per- 

frcOBALT, Ont., Nov. 8.- _ _ _ 
i|i|c similar a^ntlro^W ta,. those oon- 
ulTied in the- n^isMe to air 1tldt>ert'; 
Berden early In fhe week,' the Liberty 
Magv^'haa telegmplMKa- to Preimter'^ 
designate Dnlry of Ontario, hoping - 
t^t If "you are an upright and ina^^ 
man, you will givo instructions that, 
the referendum ballot be recounted' 
and counted to osprM the people's . 
thie will." ' 

/The ' League repeata Ita charge that 
the refere^Um ballot waa tricky, and 

alatee that t|ie citisfana of the Prov- , , . - . . 

ince overwh«^ingIy voted 'down pro-' son wh6 cougha; if It ik uhavotdablc. 

bibltion. V 

The ooun^ng oY tho ballota la com- 
pared to a iman bhaatlng at cards, 
"impomlble to beat." and the wire 
reads nat '8|r WlUlam ^earat'a name 
ia "pralaed by a veiilat and paUl 
.preaa, bbt execrated bf-; the people 
whom he eheated." ' ^ ■ 

The. raaaaape oonoladte with the 
■tatetnent that "The Anglo-Saxon 
raa4.- 4a tha flheiit on Ood'a earth, 
and. Wa been drinking atrong drink 
for eentrlea." 




i j i I I > I pi a ■ I nn ■ ^ on m—^i^imm^i ■ i ii i 

hold up a newspaper 

Brush the teeth regularly with a 
good antieeptlc. 

If you have a cold or influenaa, 
/sonsult a doctor and stay at home 
until you are well; It will be better 
for yeo and your trlenda. 

Let your handkerchiefs be boiled 
and also all cups, spoons, and forks 
you use. 

When you cough in other people'* 
presence, place a handkerchief before 
your nose and mouth. 

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I ■ -v 

lis Pfal><psin " instantly relieves Dyspepsia, 

0r a Sour, Acid , Gassy Stomacl>-<]uick I Sure I 

■ • *■ f . .. ■ ■ , , ... . ,, . , . ~. ^,^. ^-.^ 

m,m>m^M^* nM » nn n aii m < i nmin ■ I ■ n i n i i i i ■ i i i i > a n . i ■ » a >g i , i n 

Food aMkHnt.. faa, aeldtty! Wonder 
what upaat yioeir atomaoh? Well, 
.don't botbavt -Ate moment you eat a 
tablet or tWo df Papa's Diapepeln all 
the lUiQM. .<l^j^4|itestion pain, the 

gai^. dtA^'W* Mmty, Vanish— trury^' 
wonderfulk. ^^mvv , *.' 

MuiioailSk MP kiiaw thktit t$ 

needles* t»JW MilliedwitA indigaa- 
. lion. dVfBawW^ 91 a dtatfrdered eto]^ 

ach. A few tableta of Papa's Diapep- 
eln neutralise acidity and give relief 
at once — no waiting I Buy a box of 
Pape'a Diapepeln now! pon't stay 

so Ut 

So you 



onte fbodf 
Mit. caualMC dlairsiap, The coat U 
tm. Tli^^WMIta *i great. You 

too. win, lA' a ^^apepalav enthuaiaet 

lafterw^Afe,/ " ■';.■ ■< 






Far A CUlf • Uw Mid Bowilt 

Mother I St^ "Caltfonda*" then >ou wil! 

; .f«t fonilM ' Oljtoqiig Symp of iPI^" FuO 

directions f^ MnStM tbfldren of an af^ 

#lbo are coiitli|»ted, bBkMS, f«vtriih,^toafiie> 

coaled, or full of cold« are plaiaiy frtoted on ^ 

m%vm jfiiftBii«iiiiiiiMiiiiiUiiMii 

Th* Colonist of this data redtea the 
isake of a robbery having taken place 
at tha store of John Oerritaon on 
Bombeldt Btreet, and that Inapector 
Bowdaa and orfleer MeMlllan had 
larMeted a man named Jamea Cor^jsy 
tor the theft It la not tha mere fact 
of t})l0 robbery and arraat that Is 
worth reeording now after SO years, 
aa'the fact that an old-timer, Mr. 
John Ford, should 'in course of con- 
irersation the other day have recalled 
to me another incident in which he 
and'Oerrltson were concerned some 
fifty years ago, and this without hia 
iaeeln^^ or knowing anything of the 
iltom In laist weak'a Colonist, re the 
irohbtry, ahowlAg tb* truth •: of tho 
old aaylog that "truth la stranger 
than 'Action,* that wo both ahould 
have been reminiscent that day of 
tha aame person. 8UI1 thl« la net the 
Iraaaott for my recalling ftfty y«a** 
ago. Inapector Bowden, of the poUpa 
force af 64 y«ara ago, who. made tht 
arre«t» had beatt for aogM time tha 
bvdo^guard or orderly to tjio gfftP* 
enter, eir Janca Doiiglaa, awd 
to walk, dresaed In uniform, a few 
paces behind the governor, when Hia 
Bxeelloney walked throngh tho 
Mr Jamea waa alwaya In iUnlCorM 
looked very dignified, and all persons 
saluted by raising their hats. This 
practtee was disconttnved yaaaa li^ar* 
I mlgbt say that Inapootor Bowdao 
mentioned here left aeveral son* and 
daughters, realdent In Victoria, <f^- 
couver aftd' Seat tle. ^ ' j ^a* 


- LONDON, Nov. S.->-A oo|rre«pe||!a- 
ent of The Times reoorda uveo' 4o* 
Inge in the election Campaign ip Syd- 
ney, Australia. 

Premier Hughes, attar flaeUtil^iriilP 
policy, waa demonatrated agatnat by 
500 soldiers, who demanded grants In 
ooah, not bonda Tha Prime Mlnla- 
tor'a .hotel waa broken into, but the 
attackers were beaten off by police, 
who fought In ahowora of bottles and 
other misailea. 

rtbe ll)ran hoom haa ahatad. owing 
to a report that there has been an 
increaae in taxallon under lijcan's 
Quisensland premiership. Ryan ia an^ 
advocate of "cat the painter policy," 
an^ la In bad pdor. aa it ia the B^nn 
Feinera who are running bUn. 


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VANCOUVER. Nov. « — The flrat 
suasion of the commiaaion appointed 
to report- on the olalma ttt liquor In- 
ierests for compensation by reastm of 
prohibition ia to be held here on 
Monday. An Mjoummegt la expect- 
.ed alTioe <!k>vernnient eounael ia not 
yet appointed. 


Graduate Nurses' ball. 
Tickets 92 from members. 

KOT. tS. 

Don't forget dance, 9 tt> 12, every 
Monday, St. John's. Oants, 60c. 
Ladles, 3Sc. 

Oonzalea ' Chapter meeting Is post- 
poned till Tuaaday. November 18, at 
.10:30 a. m. 

The Ladies' Guild of St. John's 
Church will hold a ^a.<^t lige0|.an 
Saturday, November 29. •" ' .v ' 

Dance Agrftultural Hall. Saanlch- 
ton, Wedneaday, Nov. Itth: In aid of 
Rectory improvements; 8.S0 to 12.00 
p.m. Refreahmenta. . ,^. 

St. John'a Branch of th« V. A. will 
hold a rummage aala on Friday, No* 
vember 14, at 2911 Douglaa Street. 
Open 1:90. 


Thoe. Kelway, New &nglan9.Bc^y 
Mondays an^i .Tuesdays. 

'essona given by H^. J, H. 
•f Vaneotrrer. Apply Mr. 

Marinello Halrdreasing Shop, con- 
ducted by Graduate Cosmet|clana 
Children's Haircutting Shop In con- 
nection. 617 Sayward^Bldg. IVione 

Britannia L. O. B. A. will hold a' 
dance in the Orange Hall, Courtney 
Street, Monday, Nov. 10th, at 9 
o'clock. Refrtehments, aerved. Ad- 
mtaalon 21 oattta. Roberts Orohsatra. 

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JuaC^now .on the market, out lataat' 
product. Sweet Military Rellah. and 
what yon have been looking ^or. com- 
bining sweetneaa with pep. The West- 
ern plofcllnc Wairha Ud. 

Baqulmatt Chaptar. T.O.D.B.. will 
hold a silver tea and home-cooking 
Wednesday afternoon, November 12. 
Musical programme at tha residence 
of Mrs. Wooe^tVaieal Tard. Saqul- 

Special Commemoration Servloe at 
St Luke'a Chareh, Cedar Hill. — A 
special servlea in oommemoration of 
the Armistlof and IB memory ot those 
who hara fallen doling the war, wW 
ba held to Bt Laka*8 Churelh d|dar 
Hill, on Tuaaday e<venlng, NOv. 11th, 
at 7.9S o'clock. All returned SMB and 
their relatlveo, and the relatlvea' of 
theoe who gave their Uvea during tjia 
war, are apeclally invited te attend. 
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Barbea-Tucker Academy of Dancing. 
Vletorta and Vanoouvor, B.C. Priaof- 
pals, Mlla. Bolatao-Barbaa and Mr* 
Uonal Toefcpr. Claasaa hsM hi Vioteriik 
•vary Ba««Htep at tks Arton Clah. 
OavSnMoat Bttsol. tot tastraottoa 
In oiaasle, too. Ovlsntal. atep, aeosatfte 
and aharaeter daaetng; aloo tho lategt 
New York battroostt daaoas tssgat. 
Frtsate . iiss nn s by appotetAt 
Italian and Raastan taahalawa. An 
laiandlng poptto are kindly aaited te 
aowmanteate dhroet with tho prtosl- 
pale at thoir atodteb 1127 
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Wednesday evening. General Sir Arthur Currie will be there --•o come— and bring 

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M^^^ M ^ . of the Boys' Naval Brigade, and Cot HaU, of tba Boy ScauU, Rav^ 
F. A. P. Chad^cl^, Mr. Geo. Bushby and Mr. Chirles Jones^ the Reeve of Saanlch. It's 

going to be a big time, so come— and bring your pal! 

n/^Y^ f This will be the first of many mass ineetings the ftehfry Gub 
•M>^ A %^ * If you come to the first meeting you f^rtalnly won't miss Hie 
every meeting will be a big, bright barbecue of boy talk and boy fun. Tell your 
it— and both of you comel 

fi|^Y^ f The Rotary Qub slogan is "He profits roost who serves beit" A 160 
*^^^ m %^ * Victory Bond >«rin be given to the boy who suggests the best slogan for 
this boy movement. Make it descriptive of Boy»— Canadian Boyi«^ TMnk it 0¥«r u4 1f$^ 
prepared to write your attempt on a card whidh will be presented to yoii on Wednesday 
evening. Come— and don't let your pal "crib" your slogan! , „, ., ^.^,. 

.nf%Y-^ f Lt. Bob Webb will sing, and so will the RoUry Choir. Special sottp 
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Durinfj^ the holiday sea- 
son with its social fes- 
tivitiei y6» iwiU want 
your teeth to look their 
best— and also, you will 
pcQbably be too busy to 
keep appointments with 
your oentist. 
Now is the time to have 
this important matter 
attended to. If you come 
to this office this week 
you will avoid the last 
minute rush and your 
teeth will be in perfect 
condition well m ad- 
-vance of the bnsy^ h o li- 
day period. 

Phone or call tomorrow 
and learn more about 
our modern dental 
methods and moderate 

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Cor. YtttM aad Do«cIm Str««ti. 

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Mijorky IsFottfid forGwn- 

mlttee's Preamblci Which 

' xfrcMTiises to Block Ratif ica- 

■~tlon— Prospect of Deadlock 

WA8HIKOTON. Nov. 7. — The flrpt 
afhrmattvo stop toward auallftcation 
of tlM poace treaty waa Uken today 
by the Senate after Adminlatratlon 
leader*, with the backlns. of Preatdent 
Wllaon. had reaffirmed their Inten- 
tion of votins asalnet ratification If 
the reeervatlone drawn by the Behate 
majority are adopted. 

The Initial teat of etrenirth on the 
reeervation programme of the Foreign 
Relations Committee foqnd the B»- 
publicans almost solidly united ' be- 
hind It, the croup of mild rea^rHr»tlon- 
lets who helped to kill the^cominlt- 
tee's amendments i^d the Irrecon- 
cUkble group <^f trtkty (oes sUndlns 
together for the ftr*t time since the 
long treaty fight -began. 

By a vote of 4i to 40 the Semite 
approved, after all efforts to amend 
It. had failed, the committee's pre- 
amble to the reservation group, re- 
quiring that to make the treaty bind- 
ing at least three of the four great 
power* must accept the Senate qoall- 
ficatlons. The only Republican ^ who 
did not swing Into line for the ipro-, 
posal was Senator McCumber, "of 
North Dakota, while thr^ DemocraU. 
Senators Reed. Missouri; Oore, Okla- 
homa, and Wttleh, Massachusetts, 
voted with the majority. 

When the adjournment was reached 
the first of the 14 reservations was 
under debate, and Republican lead- 
erswere claiming that* they had safe 
majorities pledged for the entire 
grotip. The mild reservatloAlsts, it 

J, had tomed down a 

PtniQcrf llfi > offer of 4)ompromlee. 
->».ii. t^M h-reeoncllable wlna waa de- 

vising a plan of action by whlck tboy 
hoped i» defeat the treafeSr •atltaly. 
^fhe best elalm made by the admlnl*- 
tration forces was that tba traaljr 
would be wedged Into a daadloek. 
which. In the end. would maha a 
compromise Inevitable. ^ 

The plan to vote against the treaty 
and thus deadlock the ratincatlpn 
aght was iteU^nd to have President 
Wilson's unqMallfled support. Senator 
Hltcbooek. of NoWiaslia. Democrat 
leader, saw the yre bW ant for the first 
tUa^^ce Mr. Wilson* relum«d from 
hta ^peaking tour, and went over the 
entlfift situation surrounding the 
trimtr iif the Senate. 

Aitar Mr. Hitchcock saw the Pres- 
ident be said the ehlef exeouttre v-> 
garded the committee's •stJUrtlonm as 
"destructive" and the preamble as 
"very embarrajMng." and advised the 
Administration senators to stand by 
their guns. 

The President was said to hav# as- 
serted an aggressive opposition to ac- 
ceptance of reservations which would 
impair the treaty, but to have Mhawn 
a willingness to leave the matter of a. 
compromise In the bands of the Ad- 
ministration s^i^tors to be worked 
out after, the deadlock stage had been 
reatibed. Mr. Wllaon explained. Sen- 
ator Hitchcock said. 'that he had sent 
for thto administration leader to give.' 
assifranoe of his support In the con- 
templated programme' and of his 
giyttltode oVer the successful fight 
against amendments. 

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Encouraged by the unqualified auccess she obtains in tier treatment 
for tlic rtmovtl of superfuous hair, Mist Hainna» it prepared to gvar- 
■lisshils c«r«-in every case she undertakes. The worst poe- 
•f twMtjr jraars' growdh aqvaOy with tlio sliglit oasel 

Perbsps you arc feeling you tiKMild not aiFord the money— or that 
it may be a fit'ile vain of you to do anything biit try'to endute this 
distressing blemish. If your teeth need attention do you neglect to go 
to s dentist? Or allow' sickness to come upon you without seeking 
the aid of a doctor? Then why not, in this Instance, go to soineQtte 
who is qualified to help you? Surely Miss Hanman, with twelve y^rs' 
prictical experience in a work to which she exjclusively devotes her 
time, sImhM be competent, on that point at leastl There is no need 
for hesitation. « 

As for the money! Which would you rather — your face once more 
all clear and smooth and lovely, or the knowledge that you had a few 
mote dollars in your pocket? If you only Iomw the difference It makes! 
But you do! Anyway, you are alrie to Imagine. But why "imagine." 
when you have the opportunity to realize? 

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garding Treaty Refuses Ter- 
ritorial Alterations — Some 
Uninriportant Concessions 

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PARIS. Nov. 6. — In the covering 
totter ot th* Allied reply "W>-.*the Bul- 
garian delegation's representatives 
regarding the peace t«rms presented 
to Bulgaria It la pointed out that Bul- 
garian people cannot be. freed from 
responsibility, and therefore .the de- 
cisions of the peace conference, which 
have been made upon mature reflec- 
tion, cannot be materially chanced. 
The conditions of peace as they 
were handed to the Bulgarian dele- 
gation, the letter sets forth, were 
not inspired by anjr' id*a- of ven- 
VefQoe, and the Allies do not intend 
. tOj make Bulgaria pay for all hitr 
tMiat mistakes. They wjsl^ only. It is 
declared, to establish a peace, .JtMt* 
luting and fertile, and they reAiind 
Bulgaria In this connection that, they 
guftrantee her/«n outlet , to the.'^Aec- 
eftn Bea. 

As has been indicated, the Allied 
reply refuurs to grant any changes 
In the .territorial oMuses of the treaty 
as originally presented. 

Bulgaria's proposal for the orea- 
tion of a corps of frontier guards is 
accepted, but the men are to be re- 
cruited by voluntary enllstmohts 
only and their number must not«ez- 
ceed 3,000. 

A slight change Is made In the 
naval terms, Bulgaria being allowed 
to retain a certain number of small 
vessels for the patrol of fisheries, 
etc., all manned on a purely non- 
mlUtary basis. 

The Allies assure Bulgaria that, 
the reiparations commission will have 
the power to facilitate if necessary 
the conditions for the payment of 
sums due on reparation. Payment 
may be made by means of property, 
real estate, concessions, etc., Instead 
of by currency. If the reparations 
commission so decides. 

In the financial clauses a slight 
change is made to the effect that 
the poyers to whom former Bul- 
g^HaJi territory Is allotted shall 
assume their proportion of the debt 
of Bulgaria as it stood In October 1, 
If IC, th|> d»te of Bulgaria's entry 
into tho war, ' instead of August 1, 
1914, as originally stipulated. It U 
provided, ^however, that the aihountii ■, 
spent by Bulgaria for preparatioriF 
for war shall be charged exclustv.!. 
to Bulgaria.' 





Mation-Wide Action for Sup- 
pression of Revolutionary 
Organizations Is Taken by 
U.S. Department of Justice 

tarrfk'pi Aomtn 

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All tnnim pt PalnllWl. l utA^ er satMior^KUMsnlnlng, PMIi«»g- 
laa illgn* lU»*i»»«. Ol""- •»*^- Ks«'«»*t«« ««»•" 1t^ tor all e la spss of 
work. >srso«ial supervision. 

at supervision. 

NEW YORK, Nov. 7.— A nation- 
wide raid on anarchists begun here 
tonight. Agents of tho Department 
of Justice, led by William J. Flynn, 
arrested more than 200 radicate as- 
sembled In the headquarters of the 
Russian soviet republic, and a^r 
. they had t>eeh tajken t« headquarters 
of the Department . of Justice and 
cross-examined. Hfty were held for de- 
portation as undesirable rlti»>ns. 

Eight women were taken In the 
raid, of whom two wefe held for de- 
portation. "" 

A large quantity of radical litera- 
ture was seised. The raid was made 
by seven agents of tho Department of 
Justice, under the direction of Wil- 
liam J. Flynn. They were assisted by 
nicmbers of the New York "bomb 
squad" and four patrolmen. A big 
crowd gathered In front of the build- 

Dstrolmen were assigned to watch 
the buUdlng during the night. 
* NBWARK. N.J.. Nov. 7.— Thirty- 
six lirlaoners ware iaken in two raids 
upon alleged radical headquarters In 
Newark tonight. 

DETROIT, Mich., Nov. 7.— Fifty al- 
leged radicals were arrested by De- 
partment of Justice agents In raids 
t»re tonight on a hall used for the 
meetings of the 
Cnlon. No violence iattsnded the raid. 

«•. LOUM. Mo., Nov. 7.— Two men, 
stispected of radlcu^tendenclss, were 
arrested Mere tonight by Department 
of JttstlM r operative*. Ttiey gave 
their nai^es as Joe 19«nrel], a Rnaalan. 
^itA AntoM Jurkovfteh, a Ora«tlan. 

JACIOON. Mich.. >rov. 7.— £ men 
HHrm a rr as i a d here tonight by yederal 
•nthorttlaa upon Instructions firom tha 
' DeMTtment of Justice In %onn«ctlon 
iHiH whiA l^y declare is « taattoo- 
wide roQhtf-«p of members of 


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the solidity of the foundation 

depisn^s upon the extent of 

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for years solely because y|)u can 
get them at a bargain sale or 
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The foundation of our business is confidence — the confi-' 
dance of our customers in the integrity of this house; in our 

, wholehearted desire to thoroughly please — not merely in any 
one transaction or as a tempbrary matter, but because of the 
genuine honesty of purpose which pervades every transaction 

' and which tends to make permanent customers of all who deal 
at this store. ,. . . 


Confidence that is secured through ' 
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Confidence in the integrity of a firm may best be acquired by find- 
ing out the poficy of the house — the character of the goods they carry — 
their methods of selling those goods and the strength of their guarantee, 
as wdl as 4he prices at which the goods are sold. |1 

If ."We positively will not quote a price in any instance that does not 
'command from us our very i)est in service and qua'Uty. 

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gation you will purchase Furs at "Foster's." 

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Rtyaiaa Workers^ Union. Information 
R^Mian yrorkwnt \ ^'" **** 0»part«fent was tA tha ef- 
fect that there were four memtoe^ of 
the organlBatl()n here, but when a raid 
waa made on their loeal headqnarters 
papers found ther* Showed that seven 
Men were connectad with It. 
^ NEW YORK, Nor. 7— A masv nieet- 
tog of radicals advartlaed for toraor- 
tww night to celebrate the a s e and an- 
adyeranry of the soviet' government In 
RtUMria has been abandoned. It was 
MtaotMK^*^ toiOaht lar Oiwtgy JiC 'Wior 
Mi%]r, ssMgUwo vginMtPfry «( Um 
"CoauBuaM Pia^" Ibaal oC Ocwaur 

Ij^ew Tork. Plana of the authorltiaa 
to hreak up the meeting. whi(!h. he 
dldarad, would remilt Ip "the kll}ln« 
of men. women and chUdrsin,'* aa«Ms4 
the ^rnqnunist party to call oft tiM 
demonstration and avoid "usele^ «i|e- 
riflce of tha lives of the wo rMr s." 
"Bat while we have this time yMdad 
to threats w« do not hitend to rMfMiln 
'for«««r Inaettre." he added. • 

'rtHLADPLTHIA. N«v. 7.— JfMt» 
Ihlui thirty allagied radleala wer« «#- 
r««ted i« t«^> rattfa emidttcteA hf 
agenta tff th«' D##Mff spt U Jugtlea 
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However great Bngland's flaanolal 
and economic problems. British stataa- 
tnea will be able to look with hape 
to the future. Oreat '. Britain has 
em er ged vletorloos from, the greatast 
war la history. Her !r«Sft Btfi^re 
remains Intact, and thMW 1mm he>e«i 
added to it aany of tf si l u awy's for- 
mer ooloalaa. The eUiri|iuiCton of the 
thrtiat of the-Oanuftn h*vy. aod th* 
m#nar« 4t Oemaan titaaial aspaa* 
alon. wMI oiafce poMfhUr »Mt r«tf«c- 

•xpendltnrss for nation*! de^fence. Tba 
itotag a t tp mUo n in Omm; BritaM* 
may welf share In the grmmtlmt er4^ 
the hlatvnr vt the BrItlah Bnipir^^ 

LONDON. Not. T.—OUmM. J. Ot" 
Maen. h«ul pi the Am»rteMi ReM 
Adjnlnlst>«ti»n In RifUL.' ww hmm^ 
gansed dvrlng a hvAihardment j$t 
RIS» wtth gas shells Thursday Mr 
the fereea of Cototiel Avaloff-B**-- 

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One of the best known of these artists, whose yearly earnings 
run into live figures, Appears in Init three scenes, but the portrait 
he draws is a living likeness of m soul in duress. 

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"Virtuous Wives- 
"Daddy Longlegs- 
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The Programme of VaodeviHe 
Scheduled for Pantages This 
Week is Acclaimed for Ac- 
tion and iHlliancy 

The point Wi; do«» everyone like 
JMB? The ftii*#er je: There are eome 
wtio do not* The same answer ia 
■Ivtn to a abRlUr question wiib cet- 
•MBes to cteartcal music. And Im't 
U * f^t that ttaer* are many dlf> 
ftrent grades, m» It were, of otassl- 
osl and popular mtisic — and «.C JaajT 
iUter all. It is tbe littlo touch Of tn- 
dlvlduallty. that esprwMloD ot nam- 
nam, or orlylttaUfy. or azportness, 
ttet sets a reriidltlon ayart M b«ln« 
4ifltlncttve and «iake« It app«all«« or 
^MKsklnv. as tb* caao may be. 

^<a>lstineUve**' 1« tbe very word that 
hm often boon used to describe 
'1i»tko's Mldi^ht RoHlekers," along 
-if||li most of tbe sup«rlatlv« adl*o- 
describiny whirlwind aottoa and 
ipated snapptness. This bead- 
feature on tbe new bUl of jPan* 
vaudeville, which will open 

fi the na^ee performance to> 
row, will W. a special attraction 
the holldaiy on Tuesday. Carry- 
llllf their own jaxs orchestra, they 
a marvelpusly ambitious danc- 
fact. They J»r tbe "foltoi ^ut front" 
of the rttt*^ and fill the whole 
lltorlum with syncopated restless- 
Tbe three boys at pUno. violin 
traps, m their blaek and white 
lino costumes, make a hit with 
tlia audiences, who also greatly enjoy 
til* cyclonic dances of the two 
oiMlples who whirl about tbe rhythm 
9/t. the music. 

v^ijthe Bison City Four will be beard 
riKtbe special added attraeUon of the 
m^k. As a male quartette they are 
«k|j|ecially excellent and have more 
n«w blt« of funny business than the 
la«t dosen quartettes that have been 
iMlrd in this City. They carry tbelr 
owft set and appear in several broad 
olaracterlsaUona, but their comedy la 
n«t allowed tq intrude unnecessarily 
Wlien the soms are under way, 
tkoufh it Is a' il*t bstweea times. 

9ure musical atmosphere will be 
givsn the prog#^ime by the appeftr> 
aaee of Sonia De Calve, an ariiste 
la a dual way — In her soprano solo* 
and with her violin numbers. This 
pretty and talented performer has 
all the requirements for an offering 
0^ the ' highest . i^p peal. Her person- 
idtty Joins wfth her art in prodnolnff 
masterful entertainment. 

A great many Victorians wUl re- 
member Mabel Nayon's birds. They 
have been here on the Pantages 
st4ge before to the ntarvel of the 
audiences that have seen them.There 
is probably none ^ther such aseembly 
of brilliant pUtttnage and skilful train- 
ing. It Is the bird classic. Mabel Nay- 
nen, their trainer, has remarjcable 
control over the dozens of pets she 
has on the stage at one time. Tltese 
Inelude gorgeously colored parrots, 
cockatoos and. parakeets* many of 
which are pailloularly remarkable 
for their own littlo performances. 
ThlH iH a wonid^rfully educative act 
that should not be missed by tbe 
sel|ool children of the City. 

Will Burns and Bd Lynn are two 
dapper little fellow* who call their 
turn "Tlcklcl jiqd Tape." They are 
Mfi shoe dancers of unusual grace 
and spaed and put novelty into their 
turn by daneins the steim tlie audi- 
eaeea call for. . 

Charles Undbolm and his company 
will be seen in . the comedy drama, 
"The Man From Mlnn«soU." lAn4- 
holm ha« an original line of patter and 
paittomime and is one Of the premier 
doUneators of the Swedish character. 
The ninth episode of "The Carter 
CMe" adds another Iliie of variety 
t« the programme as the offering of 
^b* Pantagescope. The Pantages en- 
iirtalnment will' feppeal to holiday 
mgkers on Armistice Day. 


Royal Vtotmrtm John Cort's musi- 
cal comedy "Flo-rio." 



VaMety—D. W. Griffith 
"Broken Blossaaui." 

Bomlaloo — Anita INswart la 
Kingdom of Dreams."' 

C Whiin b ia — Harry Carey In 
Outcasts of Pok«r FUt." 



rune SlvldKe in "Lo^a 
«nd;tiw Woman." 


Anita Stewart Has Appealing 
Role in "Her Kingdom of 
Dreams" — At Dominion 
This Week. 


Local Talent Will Present Old- 
Fashioned Comedy In Aid 6f 
V.A.D.'s and Friendly Help 



Picturesque 'Array of Fashion 
and Feminine Loveliness 
Shown in Modiste Shop in 

^fl-Musical Comedy. 

»t^nif ^ tha attemjpcs ol'a-4'^algn- 
Ing woman to'vlllify her fn the eyes 
of her husband. Judith Rutledge 
signs over a three-million-dollar es- 
tate willed to her by the father of 
her husband In "Her Kingdom of 
Dreams," starring Anita Stewart, and 
which will be seen at the Dominion 
commencing tomorrow. 

As Judith Rutledge Miss Stewart 
depicts one of the most admirable of 
all . characteaL.]>ortrayed during^ ber 
screen career. First as a country 
girl, with an iMlsatlate loilging for the 
life of the largf cities and next as the 
private secretary to the l^all SJxpet 
power, Jamea -Warren, she is given 
opportunity to. extend her character- 
portrayal abiUiy to the utmost. 

Probably fha most auspicious cast 
ever assembled for the ' production of 
one motion ploture was brought to- 
gether by Director Marshall Neilan 
for "Her Kingdom of Dreamia" 
Among those who appear in the cMt 
are: Tully Marshall, Anna Q. Kibakm, 
Kathlyn WlUlams. Spottiswood Ait- 
ken, Ralph Graves, Wesley Barry, 
Thomas Holding and Bdwin B. Til- 

Ths thema of the story centres 
about the work of an unsophisticated 
country girl wt^ose Ipyalty to her em- 
ployar pronipt|f him to ask her to 
marry his ratUjBr irresolute son. The 
marriage, thoofbt to be entirely love- 
less at first, daVelops into a husband-. 
and-wlfe dev«tlf»n that saves a tre- 
mendous induatry, the reputation of 
Fred Warrei| and Judith's happiness. 


Popular World Actress Has a 
Strong Emotional Role in 
"Love and the Woman" — 
Eddie Polo Feature 

Paris boulevards or Kew York's 
Fifth Avenue never saw a more spec- 
taeular army of beauty and fashion 
tlign that which adorns' John Cort's 
phenomenally successful musical 
oomedy entitled "Flo-Flo." which 
wtU be the attraction at the Royal 
Viatoria tomorrow and TwMday even- 

Plo-Flo is the most beaatlfbl eor- 
sat model In the exclusive Bride Shop, 
ewnod by Mosher and Simpson and 
datoted to the preparation of trous- 
seaux for the daughters of the 
wanlthy. Her employers are giving 
tlMIr attention to the bridal array of 
Atfi^lna Stokes, whose mother is 
cMlipelllng bat to marry a Spanish 
0**nt against her will. 

fben Billy Copa. Angelina's child- 
iMad swaatheart, from Oshkoah. ar- 
rfras on tbe aeene, but when Mrs. 
moikas diseovars her daughter in his 
arSia, sha separates them and sternly 
or«am SUly away. Then Billy, his 
iMHa blasted* Tlalda to the wllas of 
n»-no, and aa he 'las sought and 

biflMLtftIa a •Mvenlent but 

nai a lifimw L^ Flo-Fle 

BUlfi ■tin lavsa 

har olaUft on 

Tka tMit of Angaltaa'a ttWM- 

br rtnkjr and AuArtw. two 

fW»m t Btebia faat. ttifaM and 
ttm •!» • HapA^ doM>«ie. 

June Blvldge, who has appeared 
with such great succfsa In a large 
number of World Pictur^a. la atarred 
in a strongly emotloWal role In the 
forceful dramatic new World photo- 
play "Love and the Woman," whloh 
will come to the Romano tomorrow 
for a three day showing, with Bddle 
Polo In "For tafe" as an added at- 
A^traotion. , 

Miss Elvidge, as a matter of fact, 
appears in two roles in this picture. 
In the first role ehe appears in the 
character of Mary Dorsey. a cham- 
bermaid In a cheap hotel who has 
an extremely hard time of It. who 
has a drunken husband, and a frtBg* 
ile young baby over whose future she 
worries greatly. In the second role 
Miss Blvidge appearn in thO' charac- 
ter of Helen Stevens, Mary Dorsey's 
'child grown to young womanhood. 

It. is a striuig. attention gripping 
situation upon which "Love and the 
Woman"haM btfen based by its author. 
Philip Lonergan. Mary Dorsey. see- 
ing, ibo opportunity, substitutes her 
bdby for tha child of a fairly pros- 
perous man whoHe wife dies in the 
hotel where Mary works and whose 
baby is of the same age as her own. 

As would ba expected from such a 
sitpuation, all sorts of complications 
ensue and HSb Interest In the drama 
grows with 'r avery foot of the film. 
The climax la aurprlsing and gripping. 

The roles assumed by Miss Blvidga 
are Just th« aort of roles in which 
her many aittlrers particularly like 
to see her. VIlay are so widely apart 
in essential ,«liaracterl«tlca as to give 
the widest jboislble ratAga fdr acting 
and costuming. 

'An attractive entertainment la In 
stora.for theae who attend, tha Royal 

•Victoria Theatre on Wedneaday and 
Tlmrsday. when a company of local 
amateurs under the management of 
Measra. S. T. Hanfcey and Richard 
Day, will produce the wall-known 
comedy. "Our Boys," by Mr. H. J. 
Bjrron. The production la being given 
under, the dlstlngulsheA patronage of 
His. Henpr the ZAffutenant-Goyemor 
and Lady BamJfd,- General And Lady 
Currie, Major-Qeneral Leckle, and 
Capta^ Martin. R.K. an4 *a >" aid 
of the tnnda of the V.A.D/s and the 
Friendly Help SoclMy. In these mod- 
4m days'vHben problem plays and, 
' (ftrces are all the vogue, an old-fash- 
ioned comedy Is coilaldered an unique 
e ereSt. 

The east has been admirably 
chosen. • Mr. S. T.-Hankl«y, aa the 
dark and soulful lover, fill«f'flie bill 
to perfection; and Mr. Richard Day, 
as Talbot, a young Beau Brummel of 
the period, excele himself in that 
character, and in the latter part of 
the play when he shows the man he 
is under the surface veneer, he thor- 
oughly JusUfles the old adage that 
"appearances are deceptive." Miss 
Ora Pearson as Violet, in love with 
jCharlea Mlddlewidc. is charming and 
plays the part of a sweet finglish 
girl most convincingly. Mrs. Booth 
as Mary, Talbot's sweetheart and the 
vivacious, penniless cousin of Violet, 
fits the pan extremely wMl. The re- 
partee between her and her lover is 
very spontaneous and' amusing. Mr. 
T. B3. Clark as Sir Geoffrey .Champ - 
neys is well suited to ^e role of .the 
dignified English sqttlre. and \|kn. 
Horace Hamlet admirably plays the 
part of Clarissa, Sir Geoffrey's spln- 
Btiw atiCirC Mlea Bobble Stephens aa 
li4il|l4a; the "sUvey," Is dellgbtipl 
and ; even suri>asses the success that 
eha,' made of t||at kind of part-. In 
"WMit HappeiMd to Jones." Last, 
but by no meaaa least, of the prin- 
cipal roles is Mr. R. T. Ward ; aa I 
Mlddlewick. a retired butterman. 
Thla is a splendid chaAicter study, 
aiid there is much scope Tor cTe^'er 
acting, of which Mr. Ward takes full 
advantage. The minor parts are well 
filled. Amongst th^m is Mr. McCal- 
lum, who wilt be remembered as the 
leading character in the screaming 
farce, '"The New .Boy." He. has been 
sportsman enough to take the com- 
paratively small part of Kempster, a 
man-Arvant. iUtd right well he does 
It. Much of the success of the play, 
and eepecially the finishing tbpches. 
Is due to Mr. Colin Mackenzie, whose 
ability as a stage manager and play- 
writer, was so completely proved in 
France, where he and Mr. Day, '"^hen 
serving at the front, wrote an<i pro- 
duced several successful plays for the 
amusement of the soldiers. -Jis^i.--- 




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'^Broken Blossoms,". Which 
Opens at .the Variety Tomor- 
row, far Ahead of Anything 
Yet Produced 

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PORT AiMilUR, Ont.. I^ov^ l.~ 
Two girls, agad six aad tevoa trntia, 
daughters of Otto A. Btrey, a farmer, 
were burned to death In their home In 
Dorion towaahlp when fire destroyed 
It about mMaight last night. The 
father escaped from downstairs, tak- 
ing 'a thre«>y*ar-old boy with him. 
The motlter Uirew a r^sr aad a half 
old baby out «( the seconA itory wla- 
tollowing It harself. while a fow-yva^ 
"'1-^^ eaodpad unaided. 

Tl|» tattaef «n finding the two girls 
had'iMt got aut, tried to get In to 
sav^'.ttem, but was aarsreiy burned. 
Thr' family t«ok ahett^ in V bkilB 
whlla the fatlnr walked mfdb.than a 
mll« througli tha mow iifin|[inilM' 
on b«tt his iUfht clothe* anA'l^ feat 
bl — >| ag froM the bums an« brutaas 
to ••t.'help. 


Booafi^ant was itmif II^BHm Na- 
Itaiialldfotav Vehlolg Laiir^#filailsin« 
persons wha transport stolm automo- 
biles from «M Stat* to oaather had 
become law withaiit FrsiUMlt WU- 
•a Mgaatmra, ' — 

A pretlmloary showlBg of "Broken 
Blossoms." Orlfifth's latest produc- 
tion, given at the Variety Theatre last 
Thursday night, fully , JuaUfied the 
satisfaction the management feels in 
offering this absorbing photodramatlc 
triumph to their patrons this week, 
for the few who saw the film reallfced 
that in this production David Wark 
Griffith had *et a now mark at which 
motion picture producers might now 

In ibis plctbre he has «y«tt ontdqve 
D. W Orififth. He always feas been 
known as an artistic director, yet in 
this picture he does things that for- 
merly have boon thought .impoBslblo 
on the screen, lie' ^bs given us' th6 
most beautiful, the moot artistic and 
at the same time one of the saddest 
pictures over seen.- "Broken Blossoms" 
is an artistic tragedy, and it is a 
great relief to find one producer who 
does not believe that the usual happy 
ending is nece8sar>-. 

The picture Is adapted from "The 
Chink and the Child," by Thomas 
Burke, ona of the "Limehouse Nights" 
stories, tt is a drama of syrikpathj 
and death. It Is melancholy, but It Is 
simple, and the producer has had the 
good sense not to~ complicate it — to let 
it remain a simple story of Just a few 
people. The word triumph la greatly 
overworked in theatricals and in pic- 
tures, but Mr. Orlfifth's iategt achleve- 
.rnent deserves the term. 

As bi often the ease with Griffith 
pictures, most of the characters have 
no names. Ulllan Glsh plays "The 
GMrLr' .apd never has she been seen to 
better advantage, gome of her play- 
ing, when viewed in connection with 
what she has done in the past, is 
slnsply wonderfuL Richard Barthel- 
mess Is the leading, man, playing "The 
Chlikk." and la his eaae alaa H is sat* 
ta say that ha aavsr has done as good 

Mr. Griffith seeran to have the fao- 
iiUy of taking any aotor or actress 
and making him or her do things for 
tiM mm^t^nrnt-tttty sta>s aro 's6p. 
posed to do. 

For tha rale of "Batxiing Bvknrws." 
the pugilist. Mr Onttlth cast Dana Id 
Crisp, aa4 a better solsction esNiM not 
have bosa.aude. TM»' first baaoe* in; 
this piBtlira. are aa6l|>tloMMr .;w«U 
dWM. t^ Opponeat afi "- nitl8|- b*. 
tat plajFOd by no taag A eelehrOy than 
Ifsrmah mmy. who tlsed to bo Kid 
McCoy. *^ 

Altogsthor It Is a woadorfal picture, 
9p4 ptetnr* latrsra. as well as othan 


Brttlah Trade looyeases e-. 

LONDON, Nov. «.— the Board of 
Trade's figures for October show an 
Increase In Imports of. £38,166.000. 
Exports increased £36,241,000. 

< " Wlaalpeg Political Snggestlons 

WINNIPEG, Nov. 8. — One man. 
onp. vote; personal application to get 
on> the voters' lists, and revision of 
the present ward system, were among 

the drastic changes diaoussed in the i most revolutionary for 'Winnipeg. The 
programme embracing adult suffrage abolition of pr«ral voting alone would 
as outlined before a speolal session of I cut off some 10,000 votes from the 
the Legislative Committee of the City civic lists. Some property owners now 
Council last night. ThS move Is al- ' vote In all peven wards. 



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7Ti^ Fbic^ of the Eastern 

^wfflleia to. rush up to f^feryoite 
we m<tt and cry^ 'Oh, i|on't miaa it; don't 
miss it.' "—New Vorft Tribune. 

"In <)^e day the Screen jumped five 
years."— ifttcrary Digest. 

"'Broken Blossoms' is an eloquent 
and decisive {light bevond the spoken 
dram*.''— CJUc^go Di^ify News. 

"With 'Broken Blossom*' a new art 
has arrived, an art as important as poetry 
or music."— Editor of McClure's Maga- 
rine. ' 

;'D. W. Grtffftik, in his production of 
'Broken Blossoms/ has far exceeded the 
power of the written word. It would be 
impossible for the greatest master of 
language to picture the emotions as Grif- 
iith has popetuated them in 'Broken 
Blossoms?"'^'— Louis Gardy, noted New 
York Dramatic Critic. 

'* 'Broken Blotfotal' j«. thie greatest 
picture we hive fver seen or«verllope.tO 
see."— N«^v V»rk Triburte. 




An Appreciation 

D. W. Griffith's latest work. "Broken 
Bk>88oms," was told in pictures because 
there arc no words delicate or exquisite 
enough to have told it. For, after all, 
wordu are crude and cold. 
i It is a simple story. . . .as simple 
as love and death. In some measure "The 
Chink and the Child," a story by Thomas 
Burke, suggested it . . . but only as a 
great painting might have been suggested 
by a Dickens character. 

There is a point beyond which motion 
pictures cease to be merely pictures and 
become great voiceless art. Such is 
"Broken Blossoms." 

I There are those who will see in this 
drama merely a piteous tragedy of sweet- 
ness and poignance. But there are artists 
who will see subtle but powerful symbols 
in the very simplicity of this narrative of 
sorrow. They will' see Cheng Huan as jt 
sort of Chineae Sir Galahad, the knight 
of the pure heart; and in Battling Bur- 
rows, the visuaHzation of brute material- 
ity. And, aa in the caac of «U great #ork« 
of art, there is doubtless more there than 
the artist himself knew. 

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BENEDICT BANTLY, Conductor y/ \ ^/ ] 

The muiib score includes original compositions by Louis F. CottfK^balk 
and D. W. Griffith, and was adapted to the production by Mr. OottflChalk. 

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Ittte lMV« .n«| W911 mad* PiMJQi. U -* 
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C|p«ai«n MiUtte pr^oiM to th« w*r 
■I^WM he r»#lac«d 'by Unlta which 
diroetly repfiwt. and which will 
p«nHtuat« tfct records of Overaeaa 
UMto. In tho caM of the Canadian 
idbhtno ann Oorpa thare are no pre- 
w|r uniU t« b« oonaldered. as Ui« 
cOTpa la an otrt4S0me of the war. At 
th« outbreak of war. British R«ft* 
mfnt« had a Ifachlne Oun Section of 
«o«M thirty mail, with four machine 
Kl^*: Vlck*f» or Maxim «une in the 
British Armr* •»* Colt vans In the 
CfpidUn Fvrees. It was quickly 
rcftUaad that Ikis arm of the Service 
w$a to play • rary important part in 
ttm war. and a distinct branch of the 
8#^io* was evolved in the Machine 
atn Corps. 

,<nie Canadian Machine Oun Corps 
at the clone of the war was com- 
posed of four «(achine Oun Battall- 
o^' two Motor Machine Oun BrI- 
vades, and a Cavalry Machine Oun 
Squadron. A ftghtlnv force of be- 
tween seven and el»ht thousand all 
r%aks. drawn ft-«m.*yery Province in 
Cftnada, equipped i«lth four hundred 
and seventy-al* Vlckers Machine 
Ottns. A force of whose record every 
Province may be Justly proud. 

When it la r«»lis*d tnat machine 
tin develops a tire of about 600 
rofinds per minute, and Is keep sup- 
plied with ammunUlon. and operated 
by a crew of four tn six men. it will 
readily be seen what an immense 
fighting force thU represents. 

The plans of the MlUtIa Depart- 
ment at present are that each mili- 
tary district in Canada will have a 

maclMM^m brWw«« *** !^._^ ^^ 

431 Other ranks. e«uipp*d with tt 
Viokevs vuns, and la addition that a 
ikatilir' llftchlaa 6im^1irliw«« t* <• 
guns will be formed in MJ). No. 4 
(Montreal> and M.D, M* lljCVan- 
eouvor) and a 0»*«lnr MacWne Ova 
Sqoadroa la M.D. Wo.. If (Wlnaipsg). 

Each of. these miUtla units win 
bava A WBrmanently employwd p«r»n- 
nel of three: an Adjutant. Borgeant- 
Major and Orderly Room Senreant. 
the remaining officers and men being 
on the same basis a« existed in the 
militia previous to the war. Th* new 
units, in having a permanenUy em- 
ployed penponnel of throe, resemble 
y«ry olooely tba Brttlsh Terfftprlal 
unite of pre-war days, and which 
provided thoee partly trained units 
which Britain was able to put in the 
fUld so sarly in the war. m » fttU* 
trained state, and which contributed 
in so .great a measure to stemming 
the German onslaught of th* war's 
opening stages. 

At euch plans neither opponents of 
military senrios. nor advocates of, 
military ratrehehmaat in expense, can 
aucceeofully find fault, far the cdun- 
try Is provided with a training estab- 
lishment at little coet, which in time 
of waf oan be quickly brought to a 
war establishment. 

Bven K the most . sanguine hopes 
for jth<. success of- the. League of 
Nations as a preventive for waa: 
be reaUMd, such a policy of national 
life infdrince seems wall worth the 
small oest to the coiMtry. aftd must 
be conal^ai-ad assentlal for soma years 
to come. • " 

' It may be argued that the Canadian 
Militia 1* for defence at home and 
cannot be Used abroad, but as In the 
ease of 1014. it was proven beyond 
all doubt that the vast majority of 
militiamen were found willing to de- 
fend their home by going abroad to 
do so, and that only owing to the 

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BichardHarthelmess has ths^ role a* 
*Th< Chink' fn "Brdten Blossosm." thj 
prlfflth production. In which l^il'lfS 
Olnh portrays the role of "The Olrl. 
the bloBSom broken by the «>rutallty of 
' her unnatural father. 


existence of the then less adequately 
prepared units of the njllltla, was it 
made possible to organise the First 
Canadian Expeditionary Force for 
overseas service In a manner which 
astounded the world by the speed and 
efficiency with irtilch this force was 
sent out. ■'■ ' , ',,4 ,■'.*■ 

It is not BO much the duty of re- 
turned men to become a part of the 
Canadian Militin. as it Is o f those 
y'Sungermefirwho hyreastmrof thohr 
youth were unable to take part in 
.the war just terminated. The .re- 
turned men can Justly feel that they 
have "done their bit," and whdle 
these new units are being taken in 
hand by many returned officers. 
N.C.O.'s and ihen willing to place 
their time and experience at the dis- 
posal of thoir country, the greater 
number of recruits for rollUla. units 
may rightly be expected to come 
fk'om younger naen wno wore not 
privileged to fight in the great war. 

In M.D. No.' 11 the 11th Machine 
btm Brigade Is being'organised under 
the command • of l>ieijt.-Col. I* F. 
Paarce, D.8.O., UX:.. laU «th Matchine 
Oun Battalion, who has as his per- 
manent Adjutant, Capt. J. M. Cum- 
ming> who comniaoded the Borden 
Armored Car Bakery In France. 

The local company of the 11th Ma- 
chine. Oun Brigade, under ,the com- 
mand of Major H. V^. M; Rolston, 
and officered entirely by returned 
machine gun officers, deserves the 
support of every right-thinking cltl- 
sen. ^ ^ • ^ ,;^ • • 


{The Chhrolei Was Supplied by Begg Motor Co.) 


$lCk> Diamond Ring and $S0 Diamond Mng "VI 

THE PlAIi— The lady who receives the largest number of votes by December 9 will receive the Chevrolet Car. The 
ladies receiving the second and third largest nuijiber of votes by that tirtie will receive the Rings. 

HOW TO ENTER—A nomination blank can be obtained at either the Variety or Columbia Theatre, which is good for too 
votes, or you can clip the one in this ad, fill in your name and address and sen^ it to Contest Mgr.. eve Cohimbia The- 
atre, ahd it will be counted for too Votes. ^i 

Five Votes are given with each Paid 
Admigskm to the Above-Mentioned Theatres, 
and the Names and Votes are shown . 
Each Day on the Screen at Both Theatres. 

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The Car is on display in front pf the theatres. Send in your name at once and start collecting the votes from your friends. 



New Pianist, l\4rs. G. G. Aitlcen, 
to Play for First Time Her© 
at Ladies' MusicaTlBkib Con- 
cert on Friday ^ 


be heard on Friday, November 14. 
The artists are all weM known locally 
with the exception of Mrs. O. G. Ait- 
ken, who has only recently come , to 
the city to make her home. B«r 
appearance is being eagerly looked 
forward to, as the Conservatory Quar- 
terly Kevlew jtL^MnjL last , og P** d** 

The following programipe, which is; 
to be given by the Ladles' Musical 
Club as tlMlr November recital, will 

parture from Ontario to British Col 
umhia notes that "she was recognized 
as the musical leader of Muskoka dis- 

The following are the selections to 

be given: 



(a) "Bally In Our AUtif' (»7tto 
bentury) ....... .Henry Carey 

(b) 'rWhere'er Tou Walk" . .Handel 

Mr./ Edmund Peteh 

Piano, flonsta. op. 6S, Ist move- 
ment . . ; . .Beethoven 

Mrs. O. O. Aitken 

Bolo. "Three Fishers Went SalW 

tng" John Bullab 

Mrs. Oharlea B. WUson 

Solo, "pis PossonU din d'Amor" 

1 / ■^*%'iapit")\. .. ;;..♦.*■.. Qou nod 

Vr. Arthur Ooni 

Modern • ■■•">• •• 

aolo. "Onaway, Awake, Beloved" 

8. Coleridge Taylor 

(From "Hiawatha'e Wedding Feast") 

' Mr. Edmund Fetch 

(a) "Sinoe We Parted" AlUtsen 

(b) "A Bowl of Roses" 

Robert C. Clark* 

Mrs. Charles B. Wilson 


(a) "WhiM: th* Forest Brook 
Babbles" Poldlnl 

(b) "Son« of th* Boatman" 

}.* *- i... ..;... ..Arr. by Cady 

niW"SprJt^ of the Olen" Denne 

1 ':-^ Mrs. a. O. Altkea 
8ol0. ■'tBilpmatea o' Mine" .. Sanderson 
* Mr. Arthur Gore 
"Qod 8av« th* King" 

HnnsarlaD Monarchists 
^ BUDAPBST. Nov. 8. — ^The mon- 
archist party has Issued a statement 
saying that while it te desirous of 
re-establishing a kingdom, It does 
not favor the restoration of the 
throne to any member of the Haps- 
burg family. • This statement was 
provoked by reporU that sevep-year- 
old Archduke Otto would b* placed 
on the throne. 





Vti nd Vmn. 

Rw. 12-13 





" :Of»-S:lll p.m. — Children, IBo; adults •!•••• %'^i 

8:l&-tO:30 p.m. — Band. Oeoeral admission' . .•k.4.*«>V«7.^f We 

isssd*y <' *■' f ^■■' " ' «._ 

8:0»-»:lR* p.m.— Children, tSc; adults . . ••••••• 'J.: ' "V •• 

8:15-10:30 pwm.— Beglnnsrs' NUr'it Oenefal admission- .i 

"Tlie Outcasts of Poker Flat" 
Presents Portrayer of West- 
ern Roles in Very Interesting 


a.'if **•*• 

S. T. Hankey and Richard Day Present 

X:00-l:16 p.m.— Children. IBc; adults .... . 
8:1 (-10:30 p.m. — Bsnd. aeneral admission 

■day-- . • ' *j < • * 
3:00-1:16 p.m. — Band. ' Geneml admission' r.«>V4Vk> •'».>< >•»'.. 
8:16-10:10 p.m.— Aand. Osneral admlttsion >.<r 

V* ■kattag ea WHmUW aaA, MMsy , 

* 4\ * e * • ■ . 

"Get the 'Arena' Habit— therefs health b» It- , Make skating the family 
doctor." . . .f •, . 



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Victoria Ladies' Mttncal Club 

Empress Hotel Ballrooin 

Nov. 14 

8:30 P.M. 

jjjy Ancient and Modern Music. 

MRS. jl^SIE LONGPIELD, Convener of Programme. 
Sing^le Admission, 50c. Soldiers and 'Sailors Admitted Free. 
Ttc1c«|a on sate at Fletcher Bros, and Heintzman k^fh^ « 

Grioid Opemng Dance 

On Monday, November 17fh, by the New^jr-Orgmntzed 

Jazz fmtntette 

Genii 75c. 

Direction Rutley and Newttt 

Alexandra Chtb 
Time, 9-12. 

£vefybody Welcome 

Ladies 50c 

"Thr Outcasts Of Poker Flat!" What 
remlnlHcences this must bring to old- 
tlinerH who remember when this ra- 
niouH Br«l Harte story was first pub- 
tished! How K stirred the entire 
United Statew and brought everlasting 
fftme and immortality to the beloved 
Harte' And now it Is in photoplay 
form and is to be projected on the 
■creen of the Columbia for three days, 
commencing tomorrow. The mere 
mention of Bret Harte'a name would 
doubtless bring an audience of large 
dimensions, but coupled with the.fact 
that it iB tfce famous author's "Out- 
osiBts of Poker Flat* to be shown, and 
furthermore Ihat one of the screen's 
most fascinating and true-to-llfo stars. 
Harry. Carey. Is to be seen as John 
OakhurBf, the gentleman gambler, 
diplomat, and eelf-sacrlflcer, is enough 
to tmrrant that a plnt-slsed theatre 
will -have to accommodate a quart- 
sized' «udlence at the opening. 

Besides Its commanding star. Harry 
Carey, the cast Includes Gloria Hope 
as Sophy, the beautiful girl whom Oak- 
, hurst gives to his ward, Tommy, be- 
cause Tommy wants the glrlt Tommy, 
played by Cullen Landis; J. Farrell 
McDonald. Virginia Chester and many 
others. H. Tipton Steck wrote the 
scenario and Jack Ford's master hand 
is seen in the directdrshlp. The photo- 
play among other wonderfiil outdoor 
ficenos Includes a snowstorm, taken In 
a raging snowstorm In Truckee. Cali- 
fornia, in the middle of Winter. 

Bringing about a happy ending to 
the immortal story without interfer- 
ing In*. any way ^ith the original la 
a gratifying surprise of the fllna. 



TOttO-NTO. Nov." i.—Thnm days' ill* 
vestlgatlon of the murder of J. O. 
Rowland, a tigiiaab driver, in the 
Vicinity of L««side some ttme on 
Tuesday night, ha* convinced the 
polio* that the crime 1* linked up 
with the linuor tratfle between this 
city and Montreal. Th* polio* think 
th* murderer is a t>ootlas>*r who had 
Mqaor bidden at Li*s«lde. and It wa* 
In connection with his desire to 8«t 
At it that he eo«a«*a the ta«i dm«r 
After hi* MTival at th* railway statUin 
to tak* Ittm out to th* place. 

Under the dilin«niahed Pklmnnfe of lb* liert..G«^«riJ R. G. E. Ladde, C.M.G.„aO.C. KD. 11, C^ g j 
aCM.G., K.C B., Eic. end Lady Cnrrie. Major^erJ R. a E, Udde, C.M.G.. G.O.C M.D. 11 Cepimn j ^^ , 

Mertmy C*M.G<y K.n. 




i'S-. I 

Coriledy in 
Three Acts . 











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'7\l humaiv bom?t!\ 






SABKA'^ON. Not. I.— W. H. Har- 
T«y.-» |i f ** p s r o e s tenn*r, was nom- 
inated oi^ of a field of elgl)^ U con- 
test Klfie*fsley. 8a«k.. in th* Comtac 
PreylB«ta| elections at a w*n-ett*Bd> 
•d I'listlihg of th* ftrascr* at Kln- 
dersley. WhUe refOMd tk* support 
of th* arala 

which l af MB S* as a body to osoddU in 
idiu BeUtlBi^ ifr; Rarrey will 

t«prMient ta* Mriii«t«r lntMr*cta it 
elected. Th* Lib*rals postponed their 
conv*ntJoa to await th* action of th* 


The Friendly Help Society and the 
Voluntary Aid Detachment (V.A.Q.) 


T. Eawwd CkA, KAmi D«y, R. T. Wa«i, S. T. Hnkar. Ma 
K«UI«m H. a C«N««, Mm 0» FtaMMt, Ml. F. S. Booth, Ma. 

Honca Hunbt. Mn. Bofafci* Slo*«» 


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2 RlilTS 

MM elMV* 

r. 12-13 




fill \mrit\rimm 


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FOR NlN^lliySM 


iPwiyincial Mining Engineer, 
back From Salnnon Afri| and 
pear River Sections, thr 
tiusif Stic Over Prospects. 


Mr. Oforg* Clotkiir, Pwvlnetel 
|Q«t«nim«it .ptotcfet lUalaf .JEnijI' 
n««r. aft«ir iwunrtnr froA • tHpl» 
ilMi' Salmon BiT*r ind Bear BtT«r 
rieta, ^mlt* )i\<nr*ng\r of ntnlns 
IMUUm, H« says that recently 
liave been no Imw than six prop- 
bonded OB the Bear River,' the 
reata ha vine been «ecured In moat 
by Amertcan cv>ital. H* retera 
>e rt«b prwfHto ^n tb4 Naaf^ 
»r alope #ltfalu>dlre¥er. eo«ld not 
beritnapecti^ tXkrafcaa mt ih» anoW. 
fl^l*» ore bftattat from theae proper- 
tlte went aa hlfh aa nine bundNd 
ott^eea allver to the ten. 

Tlukt preparatloM ]Mtv« bep^tHftddi 
f Of .the continuance of wMfc through 
thi^i Winter on the Mineral HHla. 
»ibt. Forty-Nine and Big Mlaaourt 
pr«#ertiea la confirmed by Mr. Clo- 
thfip'. Suppliea were packed to theae 
aUfdifau before the road became im- 
ible. He alao tefera to the fact 
with the oomiox of snow the 
tier mine people will commence 
brUJvlnc out ore. 

ne Spider irottp which haa pro* 
diKdkd aome rich allver ore from a 
tMfaw vela, la reported to have t>een 
■Oil to tpt«r«^ wpreaeptoAKtep^W" A. 
ICdHoefce, of Wew Torlt.'' The «on- 
■Idoratlen haa not been made public 
b«t It la underatood that development 
work win be undertaken with no nn- 
noOBOMiry loaa of time. 

Mlnera at Stewart have been InUr- 

04t0d lately in ore aamplea from the 

HeClierlode croup which waa located 

tfnrlas the Summer by A. W. Balzl- 

»ior nni Patrick McBrlde. Thla prep- 

' orty ta altuated about two inilea above 

~mg Mla«o«»i and compflaea alx 

olalnut A Mupnent of fltty pbuttda of 

tho ore 1^ belog Ofut to Vaneouyer. 

The prlnelpld vahie b allver but It 

jpontaina Aloo •ome cold %n4 oonalder- 

able lead: 

I tant mattera were dlaouaaed. The 
party went tkrooch 
jMiaoL-Oonoontwitor at mt 
the 4lotatle« prooeaa. reapoaalble for 
tlio rocovory of an cseeptienally high 
IHMantaga W tlia atno coattnt oC tlM 
mhM'a oreiar la In oppraikai. 

At Slooan Clty'mich waa laartei' 
«< local mtnias •etl«lty and at Near 
Denver f gODoral meotlnc to«% plaoe, 
Mn J._X!^»boU, pmaMent of the 
Mocan Motrict Board ef Trade, pffO- 
aiding, and W. TbomUnaon actlpf aa 
■epotaJT^ ■ 




pid-Tlme Locations Come in 
for Exploitation at Hanis of 
Ea^efn Ciinadiar) Capital- 

I I 

The Morning Star group, near tfel- 
aon, B. C, la ahowlng promlae on de- 
velopment and aanaple of gold-copper 
ore haa been brought to Xelaon to ti- 
hiatrate the chatmcter of a new atrtKe 
ipa4e . on th^t froBertr. Tbcro ai;e 
twp l«tf||ea ottthii Iponlng Star frOuv 
and tt la tho amtf I«r of the two wrbMi 
haa been receiving apa^lal attOiitfbn. 
It hae beOn traced for two hundred - 
feet and haa been developed by an 
opMi cut. The ledge hga a wlitti pit 
eight feet and the width, o^ tlie ore 
to three and a half feet. Paralleling 
the amall ledgo ta a large o«e. twenty 
feet in Wlith. "milch ahoWfl gome cop- 
per but pam not 70t prodttCed (Rich ore 
aa lUie an»n ofto, tho two ledgea dip 
toi»*rd OMh other. 







InvortM* ae4y of Now OHm Kaa 
Itfoated on Old-TUne Uanlnf 



An Important atrike la reported on 
tM property of the Rambler-Cariboo 
molng Company near Sloean. the new 
btwy of ore having been found in the 
•(||4i>foot, drift on the Jennie ground. 
-iu0 Jennie and Laat Chance (Jhilma 
,haf)ng been 4eq)tired by the Com- 
psAy laat Summer. Aa far aa . dia- 
olOtod thla diaeovery will prevlde iwo 
aiii a half foot of mill feed. 

iJfhe Rambler la one of the largeat 
otMratora' of the Sloean as well aa 
ono of the oldeat producera of the 
duirlct, Ita output for the paat twenty- 
flyv yvftra having reached ..probably 
18.^00,000. of which IBIO.dOO waa 
out |h dtvideadft. t)0v«iop«d en 
»mprenenahre acaM, with a 1,400- 
ahaft and a big ocpOOrcut-^imael: 
»ugh which all thd (^ or4 wae 
Ight out, for yoara ttad RjtmJ»|er 
I! been one of the btoflzamplea' of 
development In the Hootenay. 
'-Active atoplng now la procoedhMr oA 
t^ii 1,000. 1,200 and l.SOO-loot levela 
itf m which 30 tons of ore on the 
av< rage In produced for the coficen- 
ttptor which ocoupiea an exceptional!^ 
fMorHblo location on the middle fork 
(''Carpenter Creek. The mine and 
are .coooootad by lil»00 foot of 
U t raw.'^ 

PLAN imiTED mmi 



«rt»nipot a«#lial Wni Vadwukc Ex. 
tenirtve OpemC^oiM on 9roup o( 
., Claknii yoair n tom^ ■ .. •./ . 

A aj^dlcate haa been formed to 
proceed w1|th the dOvelbpmont of the 
Kirby group of mlneoU etalma at 
Rlondel. Thig arop of tp uraa.lpeaiod 
laat Spring by A. '. OvH, of ItaCtO, 
B. C, and waa 'miMu -np- l>y W. T. 
Kirby, of Winnipeg, Ifuitablk. who Ui 
arranging for the work TtAMTOd to. 
Flrat-claaa ahowinga worp brought to 
light lAat July, it being aetabllshed 
that the oreta Quttt^ dlfrere«t from 
the oharacterlatic ore of tho Blue Bell 
nearby, being high iU: allver. An open 
cut haa been made oii the vein, creaa- 
cutting It, and 17 feet have been 
driven without ehowlog up the foot- 
wall. In tho milling ore la a flvo'lnoh 
width Qf galena which runa over lOO 
ouueea In allver anid a high per< 
centage of lead. 


Provincial B uglu t mr Iioeka 
Snowatom Grong» and Aapen 
Ctrovo Holdings 

Placer gold production In the Cari- 
boo Platrlct tbl« neoeon haa been con- 
■idambly iO eXOfaa of that of Mat add 
Wlttr Aevolopment prdinlaed on Proo- 
*perine Quarts elalm. ^hlch reeontly 
waa aoQulred by eaatern Canadian In- 
tereata. conalderable mining activity 
!■ aaaured next year. With reference 
to the quartr propertiea, R. A. Bryce 
wlio |a in charge of the work Of 
oponigg them up. statea that about 
forty men will be employed during 
tlie Winter. 

Word alao comea from Stanley that 
«itat la deacribed aa an Important 
gold atrike w»a made by the Light- 
ning Creek HydrauHc Limited whore 
they are operating above the mouth 
of Amador Creek. The dlacovory waa 
made by alnfclng a abaft about five 
hundred feet ahead of the face. Here 
they atruck a charinel apparently 
overlooked by the old tlmera. Mana- 
ger Lk A. Bonner atatea that, the gold 
ia heavy lead-gold and typical of the 
channel gold of thla aectlon. Although 
the aeaaon la well on he expecU to 
make a aubatantlal recovery before 
oporatlona ceaae. 

Mr. R. W. Thomaon, Provincial 
novernmeht mining engineer, haa re- 
tumed:afU(r maklHg' an inspection of 
the Si^owatorm group of mineral 
claims, Highland " VbUey, on wHlph 
the government tiaa been doing aome 
diamond ulrilling.. Surface atrlppln^ 
and other development now ia In pro- 
greas with a t}>e reaumptlon 
of iha drilling hi the aprtng. The 
prop^rti^ are beinr aufvayed In tha 
meantime, glr. Thomaon atao vlalted 
the property of the A^en Orovo 
.^OMlgaimated Mines Ltd., whUh now 
jl imdeO^n^l ^° ^"^'V^ Etttngt^ and 
fi|^cli^ea«and «il' w}tfoli>oual#rable 
develpi ji iwint J|a prepoded.^ ^ 


Coteolldated Smelter WUl Keep 
.TrmU laectaolytlo Zhw Plant 


HON.. NOV. 10 



Presents His Sensational Success 

;v' ■ 

Book by Fred DcGresac 


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In order to keep Its electrolytic sine 
plant at Trail In operatlpn during the 
Inactivity of the SulU^an Mines at 
IClmberley, B.C.. the latter being abut 
down through a strike of the miners 
for an all round Increase In wages of 
f I a day, the Cnnaolldated Mining A 
Smelting Company has arranged to 
treat the accumulated sine ooncen* 
tratea of various ^lovan district pro- 
perties. The Rambler-Cariboo haa 
SOO tons of conoentratea, the ahip- 
ihent of which has commenced. The 
Standard, at Sllverton, also haa be- 
gun ahlpment of aome 300 tons. The 
■eho, at Sllverton, la expected to con- 
tribute about 350 tons. A large quan- 
tity haa been accumulkted by the 
Roaebery-Surprlae Mining Company, 
bift it haa not accepted the amelting 
oompany'a terms up to the preaent. 
The fettleraent price la two centa per 
pound for the sine, aeventy-flve per 
cent of the ainc content being paid 
Sot whenth^ eoniMntraten run fifty 
per cent tine and one and,a-half per 
eent being deducted for evary unit tlw 
material la under fifty per cent. The. 
aettlement for allver to the Kew York 
price on the day of sampling, fifty 
per cent of tho silver content bolrt# I s 
paid for, thfa'rlilbg'^o ai<ty l^kr ce'iiT*' 
if the allver content la thirty ouncea 

or over a ton. 

■ . .. i'A t, . , ,■ I. J'-' *■ » ■' 

>v*¥i^^ ^ Mtisfte by Silvio Hcin 




l' iJf, 


and Her 


f "Ki < i' 

Special Augmented "Flo-Flo" Orchestra 

BMt and WOat K om— ayi 

; mgat Indnatrlal Problcnw in 
, i Vnlaon— MUHng OnthMH 

'Organisation of the different min- 
ing- oommunltlea of West and East 
Xapotenay for the purpose of directing 
thoir united Influence and energies to 
tlieT aatlafaotory solution of thoae 
prtibleipa affecting the Indoatriea in 
tbdke aectlona of the Provlnoe, la now 
uiner .way. 

iiepreeentatlvoa of the Aaaoclated 
Biinrda of Trade have returned from 
aiteur of thto extenalve dlatrlct In tho 
conrae of which a number of the 
Mbding mining propertiea wore In- 
abdbted. Information obtalnod aa to 
oondltlona In varloua localltlea, and 
pafMIe meetlnga held at which Impor- 


Maple I«of Mining Company An- 

iMmtfoea Good Keanlta Fnml 

Beoent Development Work 

Anouqcement of the cross-cutting 
of s dyke of hlgh-claaa lead-bearing 
ore waa m*4d at the apnual meeting 
of the M^plo Leaf Milling Cofnpany 
bold recently at Orand Vorka 'Sam- 
plea. It waa atated, ran from thlrtyi. 
one to thlrty^alz per cent lead. The 
.^Company haa' tunneled forty feet 
ttirough the dyke by drifting on the 
contact, thla tunnel now being thirty-' 
five feet In the lead ore. Th« main 
tunnel haa been driven for 178 feet 
and the drift atarted at about 100 
Ceet from tho pontal, going through a 
red formation for a abort diatance 
before atrlklng the dyke again. Dl- 
rectora were elected aa folle^^: J. B. 
Miller. Walla Walla, Wn.; S. B. San- 
gem, Orovllle, Wn.; Thomaa Dunlop, 
Chesaw; and C W. Brown, Molaon, 
Waah.; H< W. CoUlna. John Donald- 
aon, and H. W. Toung, Orand Forka 
lfr.1 Young waa elected prealdent and 
managing director and Mr- Donaldaon, 


Active Dev«lopnien« Vlattt la Ptaaned 

for Number of Fr opc r U OB In Sec- 

Uona Where A^lvlty la Marked 

The Emma mine, at Eholt. which 
has been closed dowi\ fon several 
months, is being ooened agatif by the 
Consolidated Mtnii% A Smelting Co. 

A number of Alnaworth mlnera are 
forming a ayndicate to -work a claim 
known as the 4th of July, situated on 
Coffee Creek, at a, point ab#Va the 
Eden and Creacent -group. 

Box Seats and 
., Loges $Z50 iv ^ 

*ji V 

Mr. O. B. Smith, general anperln-< 
tendent of the Qranby Mtnea Com- 
pany, has been In Phoenix with B. SV 
Campbell, mine superintendent ' at 
Anyox, B. C. It is considered likely 
in that district, that a concentrator 
will be Installed and mining on a "in* 
Ited scale re-conunenced la - the 

All mines of the Repnblk; (Waah- 
Ington) Camp are reported to have 
cloaed down aome daya ago, aa a re- 
ault of a demand' by the mlnera for 
an Increase of $1.00 a day In wages. 
About fifty or alxty men are affected. 
Thus the aame situation as prevails at 
Kln^berley, B. C, would appear to be 
developing across the line. 

Favorable reports arti " received 
froni the Rampolla group of claims 
wliich are among those boIng< de^ 
vOI<^»ed on Lightning Peak, B. C. TntO 
'tunnels have been run on the Ram- 
polla. .One la in 160 feet and at the 
face Is In thirty Inches of hlgh-claaa 
ore. which. It la estimated, will aasay 
between 2(0 to 300 ounces sllvef. 
Mr. B. Cordiaoa,, who haa been In 
charge of this work, is said to have 
brought to Nelson, B. C, some of tho 
moat beautiful specimens of aUvet 
and gold ever aeen In the dlatrlct. 

The Burnierre and Nelaon mineral 
olalma, altuated alx mllea from Cam- 
borne, have been taken over by what,^ 
la known aa the Bumlere Gold Min- 
ing Company, Indlaaapolla. The com- 
pany ahhounces Its Intention to de- 
velop theae propertiea extensively, the 
conatruQtiOa of a modern mill, which 
will be in operation by next mid- 
Bummer, being planned. It Is claimed 
that the output of the Burnieare will 
average |50 a ton. 



tea" at 


Tl^^convenera of the general ar- 
rangements for the •baxa'^r are Mrs. 
Will Creech, Mrs. Macdonald. Miac 
Mary McKlnnen, Miss Marjorie Sword 
and Mlaa Delia Fair, while the fol- 
lowing are In charge of the various 
stalls and atttacttons: Candy, Miss 
Betty Harknese; home cooking, Mrs. 
W. Young; aprons, Mlas Jean Duncan; 
fancy work. Miss Delia Fair and Mlaa 
Marjorie sWord; flowera, Mlaa Besalo 

thian: Chlneae laundry, Mlaa Jessie 
Moffaitt: tea fortune telling, Mra. ftaw- 
llaaon. ' ( 


Sorth and South Saanlch. Agricultuml 
Sooleii; WUl Hold Flrat K^ent . 

Forbea and Mlaa Oabrielle Pauly; art i 

Mlaa Kate Lo- I Agricultural 

and baby acceesorlea. 

Under the auspices of the North 
and South Saanlch Agricultural So- 
ciety there will be a dance In tbo 
Hall, Sannichton, on 

Wedneaday, November 19. Profeaaor 
Heaton'a Orchaotrf haa been aecured 
for the cccaaloB^ <nd it to announeo^ 
that the first dance will begin at 8: SO 
o'clock. Six prlaea are to be given 
toward tt>e middle of tho evening 
and refreshments will be aervod. 

^ho dnrce on thto.ocoaaloii to In* 
' tended ua a oohitneaceraent of a 
series of bi-monthly affairs <4o be 
held during the coming aeaaon under 
the auaplcea of the aooiety, almllar 
events In the past having proved Im- 
menaoly po pular. 


Ifew d o mce n lr a tor to Be Ereotad %y 

Conaolldated Mining A Smelting 

Co. to Involve Heavy Outlay 

The new concentrator which the 
Conaolldated Mining ft Smelter Co. 
proposes Installing at Roaaland. B.C.. 
will covir an area of about kn a«re 
and involva an outlay of at leaat 
$1,000,000. Ttie bulldinga probably 
will be of ateel, with ateel and glaaa 
windows,' granite walla, and concrete 
floors. The capacity of the mill will 
be 1600 tona a day. It will be de- 
signed to treat the ores of the Roas- 
land Camp by a process that has been 
tested for aom»~niohtha at the Trtdl 
teat concentrator. The queatlon of the 
alto of tbe mill ta aaid to be unaet- 
tlod, although Rossland to first 
choice, But RonMand must fulfill tw^ 
ebiiditiona to get the lndu*try, namo- 
lyi supply sufficient water and pro- 
vide, aufficleat ground Cor the diapoaal' 
of AktDnga. 


Buvka SflninK Company Has Had 

Busy Year In Dev<ciopaM>vt Work 

and <toOd Hednlta SMnred 

The Eureka Mine, near Nelson. 
B.C.. has flnlrtied Ita milling season. 
All the ore lately put through the 
Oranlte-Poormon MUl has boon from 
No. 2 level, on which a Urge body oC 
good ore was tapped recently. De- 
velopment on thto as well aa further 
work on the croaacut being drtman 
to cut the vein on the No. 4 Level 
will be continued during the winter. 
In the roeanttmt torse aamplea of 
Eureka ore have t>«Mi aeni to f|ve 
teating toboratorleo tor the purpooe 
of obUlning advice aa to the beat 
method of With thto in- 
formation In hand the management 
will inatall the neceasary ptont to be 
operated in conjunction with the pre- 
aoot atanip*mlll which, aa U atanda. 
la adapted to tho ore of the Oraalte- 
Poorman Mine. 


AT FIRST anndl 

Home, 3yr0^ lioii^ 

A ttm e U oe 

fm n* 

Tha younc ladioa of rirat 
terlan Church am busily 
the flnal preparations for their 
baaaar and tea. to bo held noat flai- 
urdar afl»mdi»n M tfto scHMI rOMa 
of thm fttweli flrMl f M9 f O'^Ae^ 
I ititftt I '«ra| iiar ^MMA-flw 
afternoon, and aflomaa w tan vp lit 
atnrad iuid« tlM m mO m U Hm 




i^\ttndcrer stoo^ fn'tbc darkened ttreet, loolting througfi t!b 
window at a happy family within. The letil* pictured the longing 
in his soul for the home he did not have. 

The man slipped away unseen, and one day wrote a song — the 
song of his soul. And this song became immortal ; the moat heMtifal 
and pathetic heart-song that the world has ever known. 

The man was John Howard Payne, and the song if ''Home» 

Sweet Hoftic 

You may Rb-^&bate ia your own home thia imroornl iong 

If you own 


f ''TlmFhmof^^wiAmSmi'' 

"Home, Sweet Home," "Swanee River," <'iUthl«ea M^voitniMii,* 
••Silver Threads AnKmg tlie Gold" and koodreda of otkar hetit-aoM 
#re at your command ; wtitang to be Rt^»BAT«D ^^fom by tfie 
»iagic of tkia great«|t of alV inatnimenta, with all tbr mik^mt #£ 
mdody and depth of tjpffiiitn tlMt yoo httf loBffed Ibr la tli^ 
ph ou ogr ap ii— jliat like the livfaig artitt. aa 

ffy^hm KEALwmU, 9tk ftf copy 0/ the hmiMififlkmk**Eikm0»d 
Jtitierm>id**rktAAtOkk$mf,''skeho0UHikM M imm S^ imm tmM (^ 


1004 Government Street 

Pbooc 3449 




Store Hour to 6 f.m. 
9 «.ai, to I 


The Resources of die Candy 

Section Wai Snppjhr Yonr 

Wants (or Swoet inmgs 

— This is a department where you will 
find one of the most complete Candy 
Stocks in the city. Visit this interesting 
section some day when in the store and 
you will find there the best Candy values 
you have met with for a long: time. 

-i-Candy, Bastment, Douglas 

YoD Will Find a Very Complete Assort- 
mfflt of Hne Qualfty Dandi^ and Evennig 
Slippers in the Women's Shoe Departnent 

/ — z \ 

Gosy Sleepers for 

Little Tots 

Fleece*Lined Cotton Skepers of a fine heavy 
quality and inad< to cover ti|e body from feet 
to neck. Tkey have button fronts and a drop 
seat. You will tind then very suitable for 
wearing these cold nights. Made to fit the ages 
of 3 to 6 years, at It.OO to fi.40. Priced 
accorSng to sixe. 

— Knit Underwear. 1st Floor, Douglu 

■> -' 

Waists, Every Style, Every Quality ANeat Velvet 

All Designed in Models That i^re Correct for 

This Seasori's Wear 

at $4. 75 > 

Wilton Rugs Always Bring 
Satisfaction to the Buyer 


Yov may select your Baby's 
Coat from a hcaiyy or fine 
corded quality, as you giay de- 
sire, but whichever you choose, 
you may be sure the quality of 
the material Is of the best. The 
Coats are neatly made and 

^-warmly lined with soft flannel- 
ette. There are several styles 

"to select from at, each, $4.75. 
, — Infants*' Section, tst Flototr, 

5*'' «> 4 »'«..? ^'1 

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^'(' ..\ Douglas 


; — One glance at our assortment of Waists and you will be convinced that here, 

indeed, is a stock from which every woman and girl in the city may mak e a satis- Pretty BoudoJr 

factory selection. Every good style that fashion has approved of is here — Waists ~ 

in all qualities and at all prices, from the most distinctive models in silks, crepe de 

chine and georgette, to designs and qualities less expensive, but all pretty and 

distinctive. • 7' "vS ?r"^ .-' ' ' ^, f, "' ~ 

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— You will be welcome at any time to call and inspect this well-assorted range of 
Waists. On view , 

GdpS SllOWri iri . .■ J ^Thls is a statement that every owner of a Wilton Rug will endorse in the fullest 
tiarffe AssOrtrnent *^^^^^ when you own a Wilton you will be proud of that possession, because you 

Eromv^Jc to $4.75 



1^ 5 y4 ■ 

Wool Cap and Scarf Sets and 
Brushed Wool Tarns for Chjldren 

Cap and Scarf Sets to fit girls from 4 to 14 years; well 
made from plain or brushed wool in colors of pale blue 
trimmed with white, all white, green trimmed with 
white, peach trimmed with white, saxe blue trimmed 
with white, and rose trimmed with white. These pretty 
Sets are just what^yoi^r girl should have for Winter Wear, 
and are very becoming for girls of from 4 to 14 years. 
At 112.00, $2.50, $3.25 and $3.50. 
Brushed Wool Tams, made in neat styles and In nice 
shades of green, rose and saxe blue. They are finished 
with pom-pon on the top. Suitable for girls from 4 to 
f2 years. At, each, $1.25. ■ .^^ 

—Children's Section, 1st Floor, Douglas 

-Fi«t Floor, Douglas , .;f ^'^t'T^^gSTt ^'^'^■t'^'l ! ^ ^^Whcn Selecting your Wil 

t . x^ ' ^ A fC.^ '^^ h'S '• ; U'il'5 h ' you will have submitted to 

^ n- r> ^xr' i'''M^-*h^rM^ '^^c-iii a :Wu»ar sizes. The designs, 
1 WO Good Values in WOlTYeit 5 SrMc vcoples. as well as new and 1 

Two Good Values in woiTYeit'S 
Combin ations • and . GfiHTifisoles ^ . - 

Combinations with neatly hand-embroiderfd fronts, made from 
a fine grade of silk, and very special valnc;at,^a suit, $3. f5. 
Camisoles, nicely designed in pale, pink and; white washable 
satin— pretty effects, trimmetf with lact; 'jtftd schirig at, cadh, 
$^•75. ■~.^< ' : •.v^,;v:V:/"^ ■ ■. . ■ ^ 

a-^Whitewcar Section, ist Floor, Douglas 

will realize that you have a carpet of quality, a carpet that will wear for years and yet 
r^etiiin its original brightness and pleasing appearance. 

Wilton Rug from our large assortment of these quality carpets, 
you a wide choice of design and quality, including all the 

_ too, are very beautiful and comprise many fine Persian 
copies, as well as new and handsome conventional effects. 

by 10 ft. 6 in., at from $62.00 to 

Rugs 4 ft. 6 in. by 7 ft. 6 in., at from $23.75 

to $36.50. 

Rugs 6 ft. 9 in. by 9 ft., at from $39.50 to 


Rugs 9 ft. by 9 ft., at from $56.25 to $74.00. 

Rugs 9 ft. by 1 2 ft., at from $75.00 fb $1 70.00. 

Rugs 9 ft. 

Rugs 1 1 ft. 3 in. by 12 ft., at $145.00. 
Rugs 11 ft. 3 in. by 13 ft. 6 in., at $165.00. 
Hearthrugs to match the above can be supplied 
at from $8.95 up. 

— <^arpet Departnent, 2nd Floor, Douglu 



Women's Nightgowns 

Pajamas and Bloomers in 

Quality Flannelette 

—Heavy quality garments such as these are will meet 
with your sincere approval now that the cold, nights 
have set in. 

Pajamas, made in one-piece styles from soft white flannelette, 
and attractively trimmed with fancy stitching, at, a suit, $2.50. 
Pajamas, made in two-piece styles from heavy white flannel- 
ette and neatly trimmed with silk braid and pearl buttons, at, 
a suit, $3.75. 

Nightgowns, in "out" sizes, made frifm a very good quality 

flannelette in slip-over styles and neatly trimmed, at, each, 


Nightgowns, in "out" sizes, made from a fine heavy quality 

flannelette, and designed with high neck and long sleeves, at, 
each, $3.50. 

Bloomers of good weight flannelette, in "out" sizes, at, a 
pair, $1.25. 

•Whitewear Section, tst' Floor, Douglas 

A Shipment of Dancing and 
■ Evening Slippers Has ' 

Just Arrived ^^ ,, 

i-You will be pleased to learn that this long-expected shipment of much-wanted 
Slippers has at last arrived, and you will now have the privilege of selecting from 
a very complete stock the Slipper that will most appeal to your taste. . 

Dancing and Evening 

Bronze Kid Trimmed 

At, a pair, $15.00. 

Patent and Kid Pumps 
and Colonials 

Louis XV. or Baby Louis heels, at, a pair, 
$8.00 to $12.50. . 

Brown Kid Beaded Puiiips 

At, a pair, $14.50. ^ 

—All these Slippers are of. the highest grade, made with hand-turned soltfs. All sizes, from 
A A to D. — Women's Shoes, tst Floor, Douglas 


In silver and gold cloth at, a pair, $12.50. 

Black Satin Slippers 

With full Louis XV. or Baby Louis heels, at, 
a pair, $8.00. . 

Black Suede Shimmy. 

At, a pair, $12.00. 

Satisfactory Values in 

Women's and Chil- 

dren's Gloves 

— An inspection of our assortment of Women's and 
Children's Gloves will surely satisfy you that from the 
very complete selection offered you may secure the very 
best qualities and values. 

Children's Mocha Gloves, in 
greys and txns. All sizes and 
fleece-lined, at, a pair, $1.50. 

Children's Capeskin Gloves 
in a very fine quality, fleece- 
lined, at, a pair, $l.5o. 

'Children's Capeskin Gloves 
in a well made quality. Sizes 
to 2, at, a pair, $1.50. 

Children's Capeskin Gloves, 
extra good quality, in sizes 
3 to 6, at, a pair, $1.75. 
— Glove Section, Main Floor, Douglas 

Women's Mocha Gloves, 
fleece-lined, and shown in 
greys and browns at, a pair, 

Women's Capeskin Ciloves, 
in browns and tans, fleece- 
lined, at, a pair, $2.50. 

Women's Mocha Gloves, in 
greys and browns, fleece- 
lined and with fUr wrist, at, 
a pair, $3.50. 

Women's Mocha Gloves, fur- 
lined. Extra quality, at, a 
pair, $4.75. 

^*>£A„i,:., . 

Two Fine Values in D & A 


One 'of these is an especially good model for the medium 
figure. It is made in white coutil, with medium bust and hip, 
fitted with four hose-supporters, and neatly trimmed at the top 
with embroidery. Special vahie at $1.50. 

Another excellent model that provides special value is made 
from heavy white coutil, with low bust, long hip, graduated 
front steel, and fitted with four hose-supporters. The Corset 
is tjcatly trimmed with embroidery at the top, and th^e steels 
are guaranteed rustproof. Special at $3.00. 

—Corsets, 1st Floor, Broad 

Attractive Values in 
Women's Vests and Drawers 

Women's "Zenith" Vests, made in many styles, includ- 
ing low, ^'V" and high neck, with kmg, short or elbow 
sleeves. They are ejctra good quality garments, in all 
sizes, at, each, $1.75. 

Drawers to match the above Vests are made in knee and ankle 
length, in open or closed styles. At, a garment, $1.75. 

Women's "Zenith" Vests (Red Label Brand), extra good 
quality, made with low and high neck and long, short or elbow 
sleeves. They have button fronts and are a fine wool mixture 
that makes them fine value at, a garment, $2.25. 

— ^VbaMn's Can Underwear, 1st Flodr, DooiIai 

Choose Your Supplies for the Royal 
Jubilee Hospital Linen Shower -*:^ 

From the Following Liries 
in Our Staple Sectiojn 

— TBese we can supply at special prices, the quality tieing the best money cait secure. 
We will deliver for you on the date, November ll. 

Pillow Slips 

Ready for Use 

Size 33 X 40, made from pure cotton, extra 
strong, at, each, 45 c. 

Size 33 X 4cy in pure heavy cottoii, hem- 
stitched; Canada's best, make. . Special at, 
each, 60C. 

Strong, Useful Huckaback 
Towels Taken From Special 
Purchases for This Shower 

An "Ai" quality at, each, 25c • 

Super grade at, each, 30c. 

A highly recommended quality .at, each, 40c. 

And higher grades up to, each, $1.25. 

Wiiite Woblen 

Size 60 by 80, special quaUty, at, each, $9.75. 
Size 60 by 80,' heavy grade, at, each, $10.50. 
60 by 80, superior quality, at, each, $11.50. 
64 by 82. superior quality, at, each, $13.^. 
Finer qualities at $18.00 to $35.00. •' ^ 

Turkish Towels 

At Special Quotations 

A very useful quaUty at, each, 35c. 
A slightly heavier quality, at, each, 40c. 
Highly recommended grades, each, 65c. 
Superior grades at, each, 75c to $t.50. 

— Staples, Mala Floor, Douglas 

3t High Grade Serge ^ 
Dresses to Fit Girls 
From 8 to 1 5 Xears ^ 

. ^ — A shipment' of high grade Serge Dresses for Girls has just 
•i* arrived lo the Children's Department and presetits one of tiia 
best assortments you have seen for some time. The styles 
are of the newest and include pleated skbts in the high waist- 
line eflfect, and trimming effects worked out with silk braid, 
smoked pearl buttons and touches of hand'embroidery. The 
selection of colors offers you navy, green and pecan. You wifl 
fifid the Dresses very pretty ^nd becoming to gfrls from the 
ages of 8 to 15 years. 
TMe prices, considering the, quality, are moderate at, each, 

$U.50 to $23.75. 

-.-Children's Dcpt., 1st Floor, Douglas 

Good Values in Violins in 
the Music Department 

It is a far cry back to the middle of the sixteenth century, when 
the first Violins were made in Cremona and Brescia, and since 
then and from the time of Stradivari this wonderful Instniment 
•—considered the most perfect in the world of music — has won 
an ev^ Increasing popularity. And so we direct yoar attention 
to our stock cff Violins today, confident that you win be inter- 
ested and pleased to know 'We supply Violins that range hi 
price from $10.00 to $100.00. 
— We also stock a full assortment of Bows and other etstoHII 


->Mm1c S«ctlM, ist Floor, DoogMl 


Canada Food Board LIcancc Mo. tO-ao97 







A Seven Years' Repord 

THE gtrls whose pictures were published 
on this page on Su^ay last attended 
school every day for ftcvcn consecutive 'years 
,and never were once late. All that time they 
went to George Jay School. In those years 
two of the girlfij Martha McCorcKle and Ruby 
Renouf, completed their public school course. 
Ruby's sister, Ivy, is now in the Entrance 
Class and hopes that she will add an eighth 
year to her remarkable record. 

The Department gf Education has awarded, 
»*jpecial Rolf of Honor for all pupils who 
■«gttn their llntrahc'e Certificate without once 
having been late or absent, ^nd Martha and 
Ruby have gained^ this /prize. <" • ^^ ■ ' > 

Of course, tHer*'*are tfihes* when ' the tnost 
punctual of pupils are hindered in the morn- 
ing through no fault of their own and sickness 
naty preve;nt perfect attendance. Vjt. 

'^f any one ol these girls had beeifJJoKing 
for excuses, she could have found tb'^^ -^"t 
they were all blessed with good heatrn, 
plfcnty of resolution and came from'^' 
wfiere punctuality and order were t^t' 

It is ten years since Mr. and Mrs.'<R( 
brought their four children, two boys ahttA, , 
girls, from Sydney, Australia, and two nave 
been bom since. ' Martha McCorkle is' i. 
native of our own city. 

It was learned that the girls are helpful at 
home as well as diligent, in school* and Ivy 
Renouf has been chosen captain of the girls' 
TiocTccy team of her school for this season; 
«, .The Editor hopes these pupils will have a 
very happy and successful future. ^ 

— --: — ' o ■ -, - 

Plucking Rabbits - 

Boys and girls who keep tame nibbtts will gasp 
with indignation at the' thought of plucking the 
fur of th«lr living p«ts, but it has betn done, is be- 
ing' done/ and win be done more and more. Only 
you must be careful as to the sort of rabbit. 

The funny thing is that the rabbit likes it. So 
docp the plucker, for he or she gets as much as 
eighteen shillings a pound for the, wool obtained 
froin the coat of the pet. So much for mystery, 
now for solid fact. 

'tile speciat ribbit is the Angora, a long-furred 
creature, black or white, which gr^ws so abundant 
a coat that it is bound to rid itself of its excessive- 
ly warm covering, and, when the wool reaches full 
length, calmly pulls it out with its teeth. 

,Whcn the little Angora rabbit is from three to 
aik weeks old you give it its first plucking. How 
are you to know whether the coat is ready Ao some 
•way? Taking three or ,f,our hairs betwc/n finger 
afldj thumb, yon -vprv jrently pull. If tfce coat is 
"fipc" the wool wllr come away painlessly like the 
loose hair which you detach^ when you groom 
your pony. 

The first plucking takes plaAc at latest si.x weeks 
after biVth. The coat grows again very rapidly, and 
a second .crop is ready at fourtccu weeks old, a 
third three nPTonths later, and afttr that a crop can 
be taken four times a year. A rabbit can be crop- 
ped sixteen times. 

The fur is u.sed for making the warm, fleecy gar- 
mehts worn by infants, invalids and people who 
take tkeir pleasure amid the 6nows of the moun- 
tains. The manufaeiure is a French one, and all the 
wool goes to one ingenious manufacturer, who is, 
indeed, the father of tlu: industry. He pays £40,- 
000 a year for this inhbit wool, at prices varyinf{ 
between nine shillings aaU eighteen shillings a 
pound. Beginning with only two rabhit.s, the owner 
can earn thirty shillings a year, for the parents will 
yi«ld over a pound of fur in the twelve months; 
their first four children will yield eighteen ounces; 
th« second will yield five ounces, while the third 
four will give only an ounce. But there will be two 
little families of grandchildren in the course of the 
year, and these will provide seVeii ounces of wool 
between them. Father, mother and grandchildren 
together will, like ba-ba black sheep, fill a little 
sack with wool, weighing together over fifty ounces. 
—Little Paper. ■ 


Youth of Oaklands School 'Engaged in Gardening 

The Use of a Bandage 

If any of you oak yourselves the wound 
should be wrapped up.* even though it is 
slight. Why? There arc two reasons. To 
keep out the sL\r and to prevent infection. 
What happens; when yow cut your finger is 
well descrfced in the Book- of Wonders 5 

"It hurts when you cut, yotur finger— or, rather, 
where yo« cot; it, because 'the place you have cut is 
exposed to ih'e ox^geh in the air, and as soon as it 
Is so exposed a chemical' Action begins to take 
place. Just at when you cUt an apple and lay it 
aside yoti come back and find the cut surface all 
turned brown. If the apple could feel it would 
hurt also, because the chemical a'ction is much the 
^Mine. The apple hasa akhi which protects its in- 
side from the oxygen in the air, and you have also a 
akin which prdtecta you from the oxygen as long 
•tf it ia ttnbroken. 

What happens, of coarse, is this: When you cut 
; your finger you sever the tiny little veins and 
nerves which are it your (]nger. They are spriwd 
all over your body like a network under the akin, 
close to the atirfaok fn mdst plaecf. The nerves 
t when cut send a quick message to the brain, with 
wtiich they are connected, telling that they arc 
damaged, and the brain calls on the heart and other 
functions to get busy and repair the damage along 
the line. 

'There may be some hurt white the process of re- 
pairing is going on, but the principal part of youf 
hurt, outside of what we call your feelings, is due 
to the fact that the inside of you is thus exposed to 
the chemical action of the air." 

Xfiu will see ftom this that a cat should l>« 
tWtdaged. Infection is a|iothcr and a ftiore difficult 

For such things as honor and love ind faith are 
not only nobler than food or drink, but indeed '1 
' thfolr f^t we desire them more, and suffer nKH>e 
alarpi^ for their absence. — R. L. Sk 

IVL Spring and Summer and till 
..^ie in the Autumn the boys 

'\.!ftTO*'ifcii"|8 of Oaklands School 
l)*Ti^tei^q*t work in their com-' 
^^-mi^V tjirWJi^ Led by their 
prip«i#>ip?tt*^: ttftwJ»t'*;w©rker of them, and 
helpei^t)y''itm lei the teachers, they have dug 
^and hoQdfrrsM£«d^n4^eededr watered and cul— - 
tivated, never neglecting the long rows of 
vegetablesi^ the fruits and roots of which are 
now nearly all gathered in. 

There are indre than 400 pupils in the 
school and- i6o of these are old enough to 
help in the garden. "Many hands make light 
work," the prov^b says, and it has been 
found that the gw-den can be kept in perfect 
order when each of these pupils spends three 
quarters of an hour a week among the plants. 
All children love flowers, and cqlor and frag- 
rance fill the borders at Ottklands from cajly 
Spring till Winter froiKs make even the hardy 
chrysanthemums lay low their crowns of gold 
and crimson. 

All the garden produce, except what is 
given in to make overflowing measure, is sold, 
most of it to the homes in the neighborhood. 
A few figures will give an idea of the crop. 
There were 2.600 pounds of carrots, 1,800 of 
beets, 1,100 of mangels, 400 of potatoes (a 

poor crop), 300 of parsnips, 870 of oniongj^ 400 
of green beans, 1,200 of tomatoes. V *^ % ^ 

At very short hoticp an exhibit was sei%t 
to the School Department of the Agricultural 
Fair at New Westminster and. a second, priie 
was carried off. \ '• ,-. . '. »,,« .'.^ " ^ • 
During the war any money earned by the 
Oaklanck School gardeners was given to the 
Red Cross. Now it is to be added to the 
"Sports Fund." Oaklands boys and girls love 
to play as well as to work, and their garden 
will help to equip them for their contests 
with teams^rom the other schools. 

Though the new sdiool building will take 
oflf part of the garden, it is hoped that experi- 
ence and skill will enable the school to rabe 
quite a valuable crop next year from the 
smaller area, for many lessons have been 
learned during the seasons when plants grow 
and mature. 

Now boys and girls will enjoy many 
weeks of rest while the earth is being prepared 
by Nature for the seed of anotlier year. • 

, o ^»^ '•>.. 5 \ 

Louis Pasteur, the g^eat French scientist, 
who learned much about the woric for ^;ood 
and for evil done by those minute organisms 
called bacteria, died at Paris on September 
28, 1893. Many thousands of learned men are 
now engaged in the study of 'bacteriology to 
the great relief of mankind. '!*'♦ 1 

No two human hands have been found 
which are exactly alike. 

FadiiPY Tales 

k k T T'S all very well to say you can mak© 

* yourself like porridge. Either ^ou like 
it or you don't," Peter says. Peter belongs to 
tlic people who don't. 

lie Explained this to Nurse, but she 
couldn't understand. 

"k's all nonsense," she declared ; "you've 
got to eat it. You are to stay there till it's 
all gone." And when she spoke in that clear, 
high voice it was no saying any more. 

I^eft alone, Peter sighed deeply and went 
over to the window. The farmyard that day 
was full of little fluttering, things, for it was 
springtime. It was so full you could hardly 
step otit of the door without treading on a 
baby chicken, or bumping against a shy calf, 
or being butted into by a blue-eyed kid that 
bounded away as you tried to catch it. 

As Peter stood watching, one of the goats 
came up and rubbed her nose against the 
window ledge. ' 

"What do you want, Judy?'* he asked. 
"Are you hupgry?" 

But still she stajred. She wasn't often in so 
docile a mopd, and Peter thought it . a IBPPd. 
chance to make friends. ., 

He looked around for sorriethJng to' eat. On 
the table,, staring at him, was the plate of por- 
ridge. He pounced on it, and, going very 
softly, carried it to the open window. 

Judy sniffed it daintily, and after a minute 
dipped her nose in. and lapped and lapped till 
it was all gone. Then Peter leaned over and 
gently stroked her on the top of her glossy 
head where the white star wa^. And, to his 
great joy, she didn't seem to mind. 

"Peter! Peter! Have you seen Judy?" 
It was Ethel calling — ^Judy's mistress. 

"Shu's here," Peter called back. " At least 
she was a minute ago." 

"Well, she's off again now," Ethel said. 
"Yoti might help mc to find her." 

"Why, yes!" exclaimed Peter, joyfully. But 
as he ran to the door he stopped. He was to 
stay there, Nurse had said, till the porridge 
had gone. 

Well, it had gone right enough I (Oh, 
Peter!) He picked up the plate, put it back 
on the t^ble, and ran out. 

Thert was Judy, perched high up on the 
top of the old cowshed. Peter called her, and 
.she was down again in a flash on the other 
side. With cries like a frightened baby 
makes, her kids bounded after her. And then 
back they all raced, up to the top of the shed, 
across it, and down the other side, clatter- 
clatter, across to the big barn. 

And there tlicy played King of the Castle 
on the sloping roof till Peter got tired of try- 
ing to coax' them down. Suddenly Judy was 
off again like the wind, the kids after her, in 
leaps and bounds-^through the little orchard 
out on. to the open moor. 

"Let her go," said Ethel, standing in that 
patient way of hers, gazing after them. "The 
rascal must be hungry. . She'll soon come 

"But," faltered Peter, turning very red, "I 
don't think she will. You see, 1 gave her my 

Ethel stared in surprise, but all she said 
was : "Then you can. just go and catch her 
and fasten her up. If she gets into the 
garden there'll be trouble.'* 
Peter ijo<lded. 

"HI catch her and tie her up," he said, 
"then she can't get into mischief." 

Ethel .went off to her work With a smile. 
Catching a goat isn't as eas> as it sounds — 
and that's what Peter found. Again and 
again the little creature would let him get 

quite close, and then off she would fly, so fast 
that he couldn't keep pace with her. 

The moor is a big place, stretching for 
miles. As long as Judy ran away from the 
farm it didn't matter, but presently .she turned 
right around, and back she came, the kids at 
her heels, helter-skelter. As they passed 
Peter tried to stop them, but Judy bumped 
against him and rolled him over — it was luclcy 
it wasn't worse — and by the time he had 
picked himself up and rubbed his knees the 
goats were out of sight. 

He hurried after them as fast as he could, 
but he was tired and hot. and it was a long 
way. He got home at last and went straight 
to the garden. 


/ There they were, all four of tliem — in the 
middle of the big rose bed, nibbling, nibbling 
at the young shoots. 

"Oh, Mummie wjll be angry!" cried Peter 
in dismay, and, pusliing open the gate, he ran 
in. He caught hold of the strap that was 
hanging down from Judy's collar atid drove 
her out into the farmyard. Here Ethel came 
to the rescue, and at last the rascal was a 

As P^ter walked off he was thinking 

"I suppose if I had eaten that old por- 
ridge-. — ," he said to himself. And then the 
door banged, and Mummie came out, waving 
a telegram. 

"Daddie's coming home on leave!" she 

Peter flung up his arms and gave three 
cheers. And from that day to this the spoilt 
rose bushes — and that unlucky plate of por- 
ridge — have never been mentioned. 

"The Little Busy Bee" 

In these days when su^ar is scarce, many people 
in'British Columbia are sorry they did not keep bees 
for the last two years. The insects would have 
saved for us the nectar of the flowers, which makes 
the most delicious of sweets. Many of these 
flowers grow wild. Others, a^ the white and red 
clovers, are cukivated, while the blossoms of our 
gardens sujSply mnch nectar. 

Of all creatures that live, bees help one another 
^e most ' effectively. " There are about 18,000 in 
each hive. These weigh thh-ty-aeven pounds, and 
will manufacture from twenty to fifty pounds of 
honey in a year. The bees make long flight! in 
search of the sweet drops hidden in the blossoms of 
plants. Many of yoa must have not^ced how the 
bees will hover in early Spring over a border of 
sweet arabta— white rock roost children call it. A 
blossoming fruit tree attracts thoasands of the little 

It has been ealculated that to make a single 
ounce of honey 219,000 flowers must be visited. The 
juice it drawn from the flower by the bee's tongue, 
and passes into tb« hooey bag, a round sac situated 
at the base of the abdomen. It is here, we are totd, 
that the nectar is changed into honey, but not even 
the wtMst of natoraHats haa discovered how. 

Bees are sometimes fed on sngar and water, and 
tkouffh they csaycrt this into hituty, tt lac|a tl«t 

flavor of that made from' flower nectar. If any of 
you have lived near the Atlantic coast of Canada, 
you know that the honey from the nectar gathered 
in the late Summer from the fields of blossoming 
buckwheat is darker in color and stronger in flavor 
than that made from the fragrant white clover that 
scents the air in July. 

Honey from the tropics, it* is said, is not so good 
as that extracted from the heather on Scotland's 
hills, but perhaps the natives of these warm climates 
have a different opinion. Honey is produced among 
tke forests of Russia, where as many as 100.000 littlt 
bees live in one hive. 

Some of you may have noticed the cans filled 
with honey from Mr. Dean's aviary in one of the 
down- town storea. In the frait lands of the Okan- 
agan many hives are kept There are a hundred 
interesting things we could team about bees. If 
any of you have watched the honeymakera at work^ 
you may be able to tell us something tdat will in- 
terest our readers. Professors in universities and 
other learned men spend -mach t>R>e in the observa- 
tion of bees, and though the study has been going 
^n for years and years, they believe there is still 
mnch to discover. 

The human ideal will be to transform lift into 
something better and grander than itself.. — Charles 

Drawing Competition 

magazine cover. 

THE Colonist offers three prizes for 
designs suitable for the top of an 
Autumn number of a 
The conditions arc: 

1. Seed pods are to be used. Rose 
berries, maple keys, pea or bean poda, 
acorns are examples. 

2. Drawing must be Ita black and 
white. Higgins' black ink is suttibte. 

3. Size, six and a half inches by three 

4. Readers under sixteeh may com- 

. 5. Send with drawing name, address, 
name of school attended. 

6. Competition closes on Deccnib«r 6. 
Prizes: i, $2.50; 2, $1.50; 3, $iJOO. 

The measure of a man in his success in b ri a g hig 
all men rdund to bis ortaion twenty years Isttr^— ^ 


Story for Hallowe'en 

*4fi V 

(By GUdys Sayer, age 9, the "Firs,'' Coraox). 

ONCE upon a tinae there was *<)oy who 
was called Harry. His real name was 


One night his mother said. "Would you 
like .a Hallowe'en party?" "Yes," tbejwy 
answered. "I would like one very mttch." So 
it was arranged that he could have one on 
Hallowe'en eve. He was to invite some ol his 
friends, who were quite glad to come. 

On Hallowe'en nig^ht he went out to m«et 
them, but to his surprise he found a pumpkin 
all lit up on the gate post. At first he waa a 
little frightened, but at last he got coorafe 
and said, "Hello, old Jack o' Lantern. I'm 
not afraid of you." To his surprise it b^aa 
to walk around, and all at once it came in 
front of him. 

It was 'in a long black rObe ; it had tiny 
weak hands. Suddenly a number of witches 
appearedi^lll we^e dressed alike. As soon as 
Jack o' Antern told them to dance, they 
formed a circle and danced around Harry. 

Hirry tried- to call for his mother, but he 
was too ki^btened ; he could not utter a 
word. At last he managed to call, but not 
loud enough. 

Then all the witches burst out landing. 
He did not know what to do until the witches 
took off their costumes which covered their 
other dresses, and he found they were Ms 
own little friends, and he enjoyed himself the 
of^4be € v«4Mng,^ — — - 

A witeh once lived in a cave. 

She wanted to go the wonderful world to see 

High and low. 

At last she started. 
And went far and wide. 
Over hill, over valley, 
And over mountain side. 
And. when she came home 
She was satisfied. 



Note— The Editor thanks Gladys 
for her nice little story and the poem 
mail came too late from Comox for it to ap 
pear iniast Sunday's paper. . / 

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Titles to the Picture 

"Listening to Brother's Watch** ' 

. Dear Editor, — I have thought of a little 
story for tKe picture in the latest Children's 
Page, and the title I have chosen is "Listen- 
ing to Brother's Watch." 

The little girl has always longed to hear 
the tick of Jier brother's watch. Then oius 
day she has her chance. Edward has thrown 
his vest on the lounge, having left his watch 
in the pocket. Hifi si.ster comes in and spies 
the chain. She runs and takes out the watch 
and lies down on the lounge to listen to it. 
She recognizes the .sound, but she cannot re- 
member where she has heard it before. At 
last she recalls the time w4ien she had once 
been playing with and broken her father's 
watch and waa punished for it. 

After thinking of this, .she decides, like ft 
good little child, to put it back where it be- 

1145 ^airfield Road, Victoria, B.C. 

"The Listening Post** 
Dear Editor, — I am going to try to give t 
title to the picture in last Sunday s Colonist. 
I think that the little child's big brother has 
come home from the war and hz» lent him 
his watch. Someone has told him about his 
brother at the Listening Post in the war and 
how he listened to what the Germans were 
doing. He is making believe he is big brother 
at the Listening Post and listens to the watch 
to see if he can hear anything. That is whtt 
I think it is. I hope that I am right. 

Note — ^The Editor is very grateful to all 
who have sent in titles to the picture and 
much pleased with the letters. 

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Ancient and Modem Spi^ 

j :, 

"Cet you np this way southward and go up into 
the mountain and see the land what it ia, and the 
people that dwell therein, whether they be strong 
or weak, few or many and what the land ia that 
they dwell in,' whether it be good or bad, and what 
cities there be that they dwell in, whether in teats 
or strongholds and what the land ia, whether H be 
fat or lean, whether there be wood on it or not. 
And be ye of good courage and bring of the frait 
of the land." 

This was the order given to twelve men by ICosca 
thousands of years ago, as the wandering laracliSes 
came to the border of what we now call Paleattea. 

We read that the spies catnc to the brook of E*> 
chol and cut from thence one clnstcr of grapea sad 
they bare it between two on a staff, tm thcgr 
brought of the pomegranates ami the ligs. 

Today in this same land there are itoestbars of 
the same race as' these spies of the olden time. Bet, 
unlike the lairaelttcs of long ago, they will sot re- 
port that there are enemies to coaqaer. The whole 
land has been sabdsed by the amias of 6iasnl 
AOcnby. . . ' 

Some of yott will r e membf that Ihe bra seat of 
the spies of If oscs were Caleb and Joahtn. 

JiMticc Brandera, a dtstingiiiahod Jew 
is io the United Sutca, is the modcra Josbaa, 
haa already returned to give his report. 
tbrongboot the world there are many tboeaaads of 
the Hebrew race who have resolved to unau Sa 
Palestine «nd eaubliah there the natioa wUdi far 
centuries has been dispcrsod Thriiimli Um watH. 
During the war the way has beca apaaej wp ^ 
tbcm. A very wealthy residest of New YotlK, |f|. 
Nathan Straoaa. ia a leader is what to callad ills 
ZioatM flsovcmen:, which has for sts iiijtct IIm n^ 
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Child's Appearance Should 
Not Be Left to Chance 

EEP down in the heart oi crvery 
mother— if it is not on top— 4s 
the wish that hef ^rls shall 
grow up into nice-looking 
women;, in most cases, how- 
ettr, the matter is regarded as being more 
Of less of a speculation which must 
be left in the hands of chance, whereas 
h^ Is in the hands of tvtry mother to 
db much to make or mar the appear- 
aoee of her children. Without doing any- 
thing to make little girls in the least degree 
vain, it is wise for all mothers to play beauty 
doctor to them while they are quit^ young. 
Superintend Thdr Toilet 
Mothers should carefully supeiiaiend the 
d«Uy toilet of their small girls, k0 a spas- 
modic **lick and a promise of better things to 
came" abould never be permitted. Good soap, 
soltened water and soft towels should be used. 
It is a too common mistake to think that any- 
thing will do for the children; common soap 
and coarse towels, with hard water, will very . 
soon spoil tender skins — and once children's ' 
sliJns have been spoilt, it is hard to redeem 
them. Mothers should see that there is a 
go^d wash, night and morning, and if pos- 
sible a morning tub — the latter is a real 
>le in smalt hoiiseholds7~bul~tTie results^ 
make it more than worth while. In <Sold or 
trindr or very dry weather a little cold cream 
should be rubbed into the skin after washing. 
Give a Manicure Set 
It is a universal lament that children can- 
not be made to keep their hands and nails nice 
and attractive, but it has been proved by more 
than one mother that the present of a ^nani- 

eure sei "of ber very own" to the average 
imatl girl wit! get over this difficulty. It Js 
necessary, of ^borse, to teach the proper use 
of the m^kure things, aiid to make it dear 
that such attention is a plain duty, not a 
beautifying vanHyt 

The eyebrows of little girls ehould also b^ 
trained in the way they should go by being 
smeared into shape and smoothness once A 
week with j^ littJc vaseline or cocoanut oil. 

Careof the Hair 
Hair, too, is all important, and* many 
grown-up girls suffer in this direction through 
the neglect of their mothers in childhood. A 
child's hair should be brushed regularly night 
and morning, ^nd brushed properly, with a 
brush of moderstely stiff bristles— not whale- 
bone. Occasional use of a good hair tonic is 
to be recommended, and the hair should be 
washed frequently; once a week is not too 
often for the average little girl. After being 
washed, the hair should be twisted while 
damp in order to induce waves; plaiting a 
child's hair tends to maike it thin and brittle. 
Development of Figure 
The formation of a girl's 'figure, too, 
must not be disregarded, and from tiniest days 
encouragement should be given to regular 
J^hysical exercises^ Mothers should get their 
little girls to learn swimming, dancing and 
skipping wbile they are quite small, and also 
teach them to do a few simple stretching and 
developing exercises on rising each morning. 
Such treatment, in conjunction with proper 
dressing — which includes the use of suspend- 
ers in place of garters ami an absolute ban on 
boned stays — will do mdrh tq cultiv?ite a good 
figure for grown-up dayi 

will be found m hard cakes, and can be put 
away ready for use another day. 

Thi drippings from roast meat, the. skim- 
mings of soups, and rendered-down bt from 
meit trtnuninf s serve the same purpose, when 
clarified thoroughly, as lard on butter. Use 
beef dripping for basting; beef ^d gatpe, keep 
mutton dripping^ for frying ci^nets, fish, etc. 

Save wooikn meat-skeWers, as they are 
useful for getting into corners when scrubbing 
paint, etc. Let the. skewer soak in the bucket 
while you are scrubbing waiftscotting. After 
being used once or twice it forms a little 
brush and is invaluable. 

Turbans and Tarn o'Shanters 
Are Now Popular 

When beating eggs, if a whisk is not 
handy, "Use three forks instead of one. They 
are just as easy to hold as one, and the eggs 
can be beaten in a much shorter time. 

To make a scented mixture for filling 
sachets, mix equal quantities of orris root and* 
ground cloves with a little musk and attir of 
roses. Moisten with a few drops of pure al- 
cohol, and make into a stiff paste. Whi^n dry 

and nnwdfrfA All th» ca>>k*fe ' .r ^ 

and powdered, fill the sachets. 

Hot starch made with soapy water gives a 
pksss to the linen and prevents the iron sticli- 
mg to the surface of the article. -1 i. 

A Creed of Work for Women 

A few weeks ago. when lecturing in Toronto. 
Miss Cora M. Winchell, of IVachers' 
G>llege, Columbia University, quoted the fol- 
lowing creed of work for women, by Laura 
Drake Gill: 

I believe that every <wonian needs a skilled 
occupation developed to a degree of possible 

She needs it commercially, for an insurance 
agatnst reverses. 

She needs it socially, for a comprehending 
sympathy witli the world's workers. ' 

She needs it intellectually, for a construc- 
tive hebit of mind which makes knowledge 
Htwble. '•i>j.-t-V - .4. :*• '- ^ 

She nee^ it ethicatly; for -a courageous 
willingness t9 do her share of the wprld's 

She fleibds it ae.<thetically, for an under- 
standing of harmony, relationships as deter- 
mining factors in conduct and work. 

I believe that every young woman should 
practice this skilled occupation, up .to the time 
of her marriage, for gainful ends with deliber- 
ate intent to acquire tlierefroni the widest pos- 
sible nrofessional and financial experience. 

I believe that every woman should expect 
marri^e to interrupt for some years the pur- 
suit ofanv regular gainful occupation; that 
she should pre-arrauf^e with her husband some 
c<^uitable division of the family incon>e such as 
will insure a genuine partnership, rather than 
a position of dependence (on either side), and 
that she should focus her chief thought during 
the early youth of her children upon the 
science and art of wise family life. 

I believe that ^very woman .should hope to 
return,, in the second leisure of middle age. to 
some of her eariy skilled occupation—either 
: as an unsalaried worker in some of its social 
phases, or, if income be aii object, atj a salaried 
worker in ajphasc of it requiring maturity and 
.social experience. 

I believe that this general policy of econ- 
omic service for American women would yield 
generous by-products of intelligence, re- 
sponsibUity and contentment. 


Solace in Warmth 

HPHE application of heat in some form ._ 
•■• often grateful and comforting when some 
part of the body is inflamed or painful; the 
aching of pleurisy, the stabbing pain of pleuro- 
pneumoiya, colic of the bowels, and many 
otlter kinds of pain are often assuaged by heat. 
The India-rubber hot-water bottle is'invalu- 
ah!<; they are not always to be had at a mo- 
ment's notice, but, nevertheless, they are very 
useful things ^o have in ^he house. Hot flan- 
nels are ilso a sensible method of applying 
heat, and I think it is better to warm them in 
the dry oven instead of wringing them out "tof 
hot wnler; the wet compresses so soon get 
coW, end then they are very uncomfortable, 
vx4 mey even do harm by giving the poor 
patient a seomd chill. A wet, clammy flannel 
ts » mpst unsatisfactory bed-fellow. 
Tke lto|.)Vnter Beetle 
PlouUlces. too, are old friends, but still they 
do fot come up to my particular pal, the hot- 
wtter bottle. First of all, poultices are a 
nuisance to make; then thev need frequent 
clMtfwi^ If th«y are to be of any good; they 
Mk elumsy and floppy, and cannot always be 
applied neatly to the painful area. Now, the 
hal-#if«r bottle will retain its heat for many 
hours, wMefi i« a gnat blessing to the unfortn- 
ostoiiwte wlK> may have to do duty night and 
dejK TW liot^water bottle is a well-meaning, 
^eo^ a a eu red, rdicble instrument of healing. 
A AcMtle iQ Be4 
Tlie tottle, if It is a stone one, should be 
0tkMr ^^i^^^f^ ^>**» flannel. If an oftfinary 
fkkibm Mts his foot egainst a bottle that is too 

«■*! *^f!^!^y **•*• *^ *>fl^J <>»t. in the case 
of «i««lras, t«^ mny be a|ed and helpless, or 
pgMljhMd, 6r under the effects of ehlorblorm 
aHir iftif «fi«rftlioii, er delirious, in all tliese 
cases tt^«Mt Hapoftunt to tvokf the burns 

that may result from contact with a very hot 
surface. This warning is not superfluous; 
every doctor has seen cases of burns from hot 
bottles, and very troublesome cases they are. 
Poulticea Should Be Li^ht 
Talking about poultices, it is important 
that they should be made very light. A little 
child with bronchitis may be half smothered 
under an enormous poultice, weighing several 
ounces. Now a child with a gasping, heaving 
chest, wants to have free-play, and a weigin 
on the chest merely adds to its distress. And, 
although a poultice should be hot, let there be 
moderation in all things. Scars have been 
J«ft «» little ehildren's chests from scalding 
pottltkes. It is true the poultice may be fol- 
lowed by recovery; but, sometimes patients 
recover iq spite of wbat is done for them. 

The Art of Hemstitching 

'T'HE most attractive table linen is that 
* which is decorated with hand stitchery 
of various kinds, and hemstitching, simple 
though it is, is one of the most effective forms 
of ornamentation. 

This is illustrated by the hand- worked 
afternoon teacloth sketched below. Only hem- 
stitch is employed in its manufacture, and the 
cloth is therefore easy to work and will wash 

It can, of course, be made in any size, but 
out of a piece of linen from one and a quarter 
to one and a half yards square one could be 
evolved suitable for a small table. 

Before commencing to make the cloth be 
sure that the threads run even along all four 
edges. Next ascertain where the turncH- 
under edge of the hem is to come along one 
side of the square, and here draw out a 
thread in a parallel line with this side, and be- 
yond this, draw out more'threads to the wi<lth 
of the hemstitching needed. Repeat along the 
three remaining sides. Turn in the edge of 
each, side, then fold this over to the position j 
where the first thread was drawn, and tack 

To work the hemstitching, pass the needle 
out to the right side of the work, through the 
edge of the hem, at the left-hand end of the 
work, take up four threads on the needle, then 
insert in the back of the hem on the 
right of the four threads, and draw it 
through to the upper side of the hem, 
so as to secure the four thread* firmlv to- 
gether at the hem. Continue the same stitches 
right along, taking up exactly the same num- 
ber of threads each time. If several thread.s 
are drawn out. both edges of the work should 
be hemstitched along, taking up the same four 
threads each time, to give the effect shown in 
the centre of the cloth, but if only two or 
three Uu-eads arc drawn, the stitching alonff 
the hem side of the work will be suflFicient. as 
Shown on the border of the tablecloth in the 





Puree of Red Bema 
One cupful re<J beans, two teaspoonsfuls of 
salt, one tablespoonfA of butter, one tea- 
spoonful onion salt, one tablespoonful corn- 
flour or cornstarch, two cupfuls of milk, or 
two cupfuls p{ water, with two Ublesponfuls 
of cream. Soak the beans overnight in one 
quart Qf water, cook in same water until 
tender, rub through a cblaivder and add the 
liquid in which they were cooked. To this 
add the salt, butter,^ onion salt and nTilk. 
Thicken with cornstarch, that has been mixed 
with a little jof the milk. Cook for fivtf or ten 
minutes ahd serve. ' 

flE new French hats f6r Winter 
are praotically a collection of 
lii^s-rtines elusive and obscure, 
lindl impossible and strange, 
lines ptire and tprlish, but al- 
ways the lines that suit the face they are built 
to accompany. 

This may sound easy« bnt it tsn*t. It takes 
an artist to constriict a hat of tiie proper lines 
which will took smart and trim. But the 
French, when it comes to hats, are the lead- 
ers of the world. A French milliner takes a 
small piece of velvet and lo I before your very 
eyes she has produced a hat which is the joy 
of all beholVlers. •*—- *. ' - ^.'w^ ,r _a_ji;jf^.',i 

The prettiest French hats 9ne can take 
into her hand and crush into a round ball. 
There seems to be no frame and no foundi$i<«~ 
tion and yet they are perfect frames for the 
faces they adorn. Ostrich feathers of all sorts 
and conditions find a place. They have a fas- 
cinating way of curling over the eir^ And 
necks of their wearers. The hats are bla<^ or 
of very dark colors and the feathers are bright. 
Many variations of the Tarn o* Shanter are 
shown by the French modistes. They are 
large or small, trnhmed or untrimined, for 

sport or for dress, but at any rate the Tarn o* 
Shanter in one form or another seems to be an 
indispensable part of the hat equipment of 
1919*1990- They are made of velvet or of 
hatter's plush or of tiny ribbons shirred and 
sewed round and round and they are in solid 
colors when they are smartest. 

Feather and toque turbans are distinctly 
good and these come in many daring colors, 
wotn usually with no trimmmg but with an 
exquisite lace veil. The veil is more an orna- 
ment for t|ic hat than a protection for the 
face,..- %:'■ 

Picture hats, wide and spreading of brim, 
are much am>reciated for we^r with the old- 
fashioned French costumes and with those 
that follow the Spanish influence. These arc 
made of hatter^s plush or of velvet, beautiful- 
ly sewn, and their rather high crowns are 
made soft enough to fit over the head. Some- 
times there is a suggestion of trimming about 
them, but more often they have an incon- 
spicuous band of ribbon. 

There is a popular turban of maline made 
over a sparkling metal brocaded band. It is 
simply a puff of the tulle with the color of the 
band showing through around the headsite, 
and then a puff of the tdlle droops over the^ 
right ear. 

Baths Cure Depression 


Apple Pudding 

Two pounds of apples, one egg, one pint 
of milk, four ounces of flour. Peel, core and 
slice the apples. Grease a basin and three- 
quarters fill it with the thinly-sliced aples. 
Make a batter with the egg, milk and flotir, 
allowing this to stand for an hour before 
using it. Beat thoroughly and pour' over the 
apples. Cover the top of the basin with a 
saucer, tie in a cloth and steam for two or two 
and a half hours. Turn out carefully and 
ser\'e with custard. -„;.«i[^ 

Ginger Fluff = " ' f 
Half a pound of flour, half ounce of ground 
ginger, one egg (fresh or dried).' one gill of 
golden syrup, two ounces of suet, one tea- 
spoonful of baking powder, one gill of milk. 
Chop the suet finely and add it to the other 
dry ingredients. Beat the egg, warm the 
syrup and mix these with the milk. Now beat 
all the ingredients thoroughly together. 
Grease a basin, fill it two-thirds full with the 
mixture, cover with greased paper, and steam 
for not less than two hours. Take iare that 
the water is boiling very fast all the time. 
Turn out the pudding and serve with custard 
or white sauce. This pudding should he verv 
light and fluffy. Do not serve with a knife 
or spoon, but jnst pull it apart with forks. 

change in the mental attitude is necessary 
to those people who suffer with 
"nerves." Most of us get fha of the "blues," 
when we wonder if life ever was, or ever will 
be worth living after alL A simple remedy 
for these depressing maladies is a hot bath. 
A ?tory has been told of a patient whose 
ntfrV'es were more or Iffs in a shattered con- 
dition, who was recommended by a nerve 
specialist to take as hot a bath as he could 
stand every afternoon at 3 o'clock. Put on a 
complete fresh supply of clothes, even to hat 
and shoes, and take a walk, going to a picture 
show, if the fancy pleased him, before return- 
ing home to dinner. At the end of the week 
the patient wis a changed man. 

Hot baths have a wonderfully inspiriting 
effect, and when followed with a change into 
fresh, clean clothes, the result is surprising. 

For nervous headache there is nodiing bet- 
ter than keeping the feet in very hot water for 
about twenty minutes, with a cold towel over 
the forehead. Hot salt baths, too, are won- 
derfully refreshing^nd invigorating. 


Lemon Cream Sauce 
One cupful of milk, one teaspoonful butter 
or substitute, one teaspoonful cornflour, juice 
half lemon, one tablespoonful chopped pars- 
ley, salt and pepper, one hard-boiled egg. Let 
the milk get scalding hot. then add the butter 
and cornflour that have been well mixed to- 
gether, salt, pepper and chopped parslev. Stir 
constantly until it thickens, then let cook 
slowly for a few minutes, adding the lemon 
juice a little at a time so a.s not to curdle. 
Just before removing from the fire add the 
egg finely chopped. Pour this over the fish 
and decorate with chopped parsley, slices of 
lemon and pickled beets. 

Household Hints 

A linhnent for sprains is made from a 
quart of pure cider vinegar, about half as much 
turpentine and twcrieggs; add the eggs and 
turpentine to the viiiegar and let it stand for 
twelve hours, when it will be ready for use. 

When making cookies try chilling the in- 
gredients, after beatine them together into a 
dough. Before it is rolled out into cookies. 
JSake all cookies in a quick oven. 

In making apple jelly a good flavor may be 
given by adding to the apples and sugar a lit- 
tle strained pineapple water. This may be ob- 
tained by boiling the trimmings and core of a 
pineapple in water for several hours. 

After uaing 4 bowl of uncooked surch. do 
not throw away what is left. Put the basin 
on one side, and when the starch has dropped 
to the bottooi four off the water. Place the 
basin in the oven for ^ve minutes. The starch 


Steamed Pudding 
One and a half cupfuls corn-bread crumbs, 
half cupful ground farrots. one cupful dark 
molasses, one tablespoonful of butter or half 
cupful of finely-chopped suet, one cupful 
raisms, quarter teaspoonful salt, one tea- 
spoonful baking powder, juice and grated peel 
of half lemon. Have the corn-bread crumbs 
thoroughly toasted and mix with the butter or 
suet, salt carrots that have been scraped and 
put through the food grinder, then add the 
molasses, fruit that has been finely chopped, 
juice and rind of half a lemon. Mix all well 
together, then stir in the baking powder. 
Turn into a well-greased mould and steam for 
four or five hours. Serve with a raisin sauce 
or raisin whip. 

Curious Superstitions Con- 
cerning Mirrors in India 
and Persia . 

TX India mirrors are set in rings f8r the al- 
* leged purpose of keeping demons away 
from the wearers. Probably it is for much the 
same reason that the giving of a mirror to the 
bride forms part of the Hindu wedding ritual. 
Wedded girls are looked upon as the desired 
prey of evil and malicious, spirits, and the 
talisman would be a timely one, a gracious 
gift. In Persia, the showing of a mirror to one 
about to travel is a luck-bringer for the jour- 
ney. In spite, however, of this suspicious 
view of the light-reflector the uncanniness of 
the mirror is not absent from Eastern folk- 

Sir William Crookc, in his "Superstitions 
of Northern India," records the prejudice 
against looking into mirrors that belong to 
other people. It is a dangerdus practice, 
equivalent to giving a part of your soul into 
the power of strangers. When you leave the 
house yoy leave a part of your soul behind 
you, caught and retained by the mirror that 
has reflected you. In India also (at any rate, 
among Mohammedans) the precaution is 
taken of covering up, in case of illness, all 
mirrors in the room where the sick person 
lies. "The soul, which is just then on the 
prowl, may be absorbed, and leave its owner 
a corpse." The line of reasoning here would 
seem to be the inevitable one. 

The sun descending In the weit. 

The evening star does shine;. 
The birds tre silent io their nc»t. 
And I must seek for mio*.' 
The moon, like k flower 
In heaven's high bower. 
With silent delight. 
Sits and smiles on the night 

Farewell, green fields and happy grove. 

Where flocks have took delight; 
Where lambs hive nibbled, fihnt more 
The feet of angels bright; - 
Unseen tb«y pour blessing 
And joy without ceasing ,, 

On caeh bud and blossom 
On each sleeping bosom. 

They look In every thoughtless nest, 
Where birds are covered warm; 
They visit caves of every beast, 
Te keep them all from harm. 
If they see any weeping 
That should have been sleeping, < 
' They pdnr sleep on their head. 
And sit down by their bed. 

When wolves and tigers howl for, prey. 
They pitying stand and weep, , ^ 
Seeking to drive their thirst away 
And keep them from the sheeyi 
But, if they rush dreadful. 
The angels, most heedful, 
Receive each mild spirit. 
New worlds to Inherit. 

And there the lion's ruddy eyes 
Shall flow with tears of gold* 
And pitying the tender cries. 
And walking round the fold, 

Sayiag, "Wrath by His meekness, 
And, by His health, sickness. 
Are driven away 
From our immortal day. 

"And now beside thee, bleating lamb,' 

I can lie down and sleep, 
Or think of Him who bore thy name. 
Gate after thee, aad weep; 
For,' washed lo life's river, 
My bright mane forever 
Shaft shine like the gold 
As I guard o'er the fold." 

> ... t! ^— W ifliam Blake. 

Pineapple Pie 

One medium can sliced pineapple, chopped 
fine, drain out all the juice ; i cup sugar, 6 level 
tablespoons sifted ftoiir, 6 tablespoons juice of 
pineapple, i level tablespoon butter, line a lo- 
inch pie tin with pie crust, take half of the 
sugar and mix with the flour into the lined pie 
tin, then the chopped pineapple, then the juice 
and butter m dots, and the rest of the sugar.' 
wet edges and cover with top crust I>fnc1i 
edges wen together; bake in hot oven until h 
IS mce an^ brown and slides around on the tin. 

One and one-half cup ^sifted flour, half crisco 
Zl^I '^u^ •**"* tablespoon sugar, and about 
one-fourth cup water, mix (loSr and crisco • 

wis i" * !'" ** '• '^ ~"'"»'>»' '^^^ 
water a little at time, mix and roll, fold twice. 

Two-toped blouse models are ^tiifg cutwork a 

*?** «»^' l«rt»«P« to empliaaiM the uadcr eo6it. 
who €«■ ten? ^^* 

A Day of Wandering 

I set apart a day for wandering; 

I heard tlic wo<.>dland8 ring, 

The hidden white-throat sinlf. 

And the harmonic West, 

Beyond a fair bill-crest, 

Touch it.s >Eolian string. 

Remote from all the brawl and bruit of 

The iron tongue of trade, 

I followed the clear calling of a wren 

Deep to the bosom of a sheltered glade, 

Where interwoven branches spread a shade 

Of soft, cool beryl like the evening aeas 

JUnruflfled by the breeze. 


.And there — and there-— 

I watched the maidcn>hair. 

The pale-blue iris grass, 

The water-spider in its pause snd pass 

Upon a pool that like a mirror was. 

I took for confidant 

The diligent ant 

Threading the clover and the aorrel aisles • 

For me ^jvere all the smiles 

Of the sequestered blossoms there abkK>ai~ 

Cmalice and crown and plume; 

I drink the ripe rich atura bterred and blent 

And won—Content 1 ^ 

— Ointon Seollnr^ 

It is reported that Paris h wearisg fur iilwrt 
'''*^* ^ Moa fcey and whiM TfWt are the varieties 
■Met Treeaenilf 



On Growing Old 

Be with n«, Beauty,^ for the fire is dykig. 
My dof and I sre eld, too old for roriag; 
Ma«, whose yoeag passion sets the spindrift 

Is soon too lame to march, toe eeid lor loving. 
I take the book and gather fd the fire, 
Taming old yellow leaves. Minute by minute 
The ctoek ticks to my heart; a withered wire 
Moves a thin ghost of musie in the sfioet,,^-^ 
I cannot sail your scaa, I canaot wander ^ 
Your mououJns, nor your dowalands. nor your 

Even again, nor share the bailie yonder' 
Where yow yoaog knight the broken 'seuadron 


Oaly atay quiet while my mind remembers 
The beauty of 6re from the beaoty of embers. 

Beaaty, have pity, for the young have power. 

The rich their wealth, the beautiful their grace, 

Summer of man Hs frvit-ttaie and its flower, 

Sprioc-time of man all April in a face, 

Ottly. as in tlM Joetlfaig in the Strand, 

Where the mob tiirnsts, or loltera, or is lead. 

The beggar with Ae saiccr In hie ii»«4 

Atks only a penny from the pasriag crowd 

80, from this g ihleriag world with all Hs fasMea 

Ita Are and pUy ef mea, it* stir. Ha march. 

Let me have wisdom. Besoty. wisdom and passion 

Be«d of th*.oei. rafai where CK eummenW^ 

Off. me bet Wm, and tho the flarknees ck^ 

Ev«a tfbe afi^t wlH bloeeom ar fbe ^^ 

— Jeha llaaeieldL 

.. f*L!!!'*^ '* *• ■• **^ ««travaMaot opiahw t^t 
ft is better tp give than to receive, lo serve than to 
■at ow compsnion. aad above all, wbcr* there Is 
■• queetiea of eervi«« «poa eHher side, that h ie 
good to enjoy tbeli' eoMpeny like a natural 


of Che 




ef the wemsa but the 
keiMe H.^Fieldteg. 








• * 

Sir Arthur Sullivan and His 1 
Work . 

^ ^ A S a matter of (act. Arthur Siitltvan was 
^a- one of the tfioft gifted prodigies 
known to fame, and his facility in every de- 
partment was simply stupendous. He could 
react anything at sight, play from a formidable 
score, clearly distinguish and declare any and 
all combinations, of sounds, even at the very 
top of the piano, without seeing the ^ notes 
struck, and he accomplished in the Ifite of 
study in five minutes what others could not 
accomplish in five months," W. B. Findon 
writes in "Sullivan and His Operas/' 

"We find in the 'Buttefcup* duet the sug- 
gestion of contrasted subjects progressing con- 
currently which stand out more prominently 
in The Sorcerers,' and afterward find com- 
j)lete expression in the duct in "ti^t Pirates 
of Penxance/ where the lovers are singing in 
waltz rhythm, while the chorus of girls are 
chattermg about the weather in two-four time. 
The policemen's chorus,' with the counter- 
theme for the sopranos and the trio for the 
three men in the first act of 'The Mikado' with 
three different times going on at the same 
time, are notable instances of his facility tin 
this respect. Only a musician with a com- 
plete command of the scientific and technical 
branch of his art could accomplish such unique 

"Of that wonderful mek>dy which flows 
with such crystal purity and charm : through 
the whole of his work there is no need to 
speak. It has vpoken eloquently enough for 
itself throughout the past generation. Its cap- 

•■ tivating quality made gay the drawing room 
and cheered the man in the street, as he un- 
consciously hummed one or the other, of the 
-varioas airs which winged their ways through 
the doors of the Savoy Theatre to the four 
corners of the earth. 

"His consummate musicianship helped 
him, without doubt. Once an idea had fixed 

itself in his mind he had no difficulty in put- 

ting It on paper. He scored his operas witK~ 
the readiness and facility of a man writing a 
chatty letter to his friend. His method waA to 
leave the orchestration until the scene had 
been finally fixed at rehearsal. By that time 
he had penetrated to the depths of its humor 
and sentiment, and with unerring touch he 
was able to give exactly the required coloring 
to the instrumentation. He scored quickly, 
and with what certainty he worked may he 
estimated .from the fa,ct that the elaborate 

' overture to 'Thtf Yeoman of the Guard' was 
composed and scored in twelve hours, while 

^ the splended epilogue to The Golden Legend' 
was begun and finished in Jthe space ol twenty- 
four hours. 

"He wrote af his method: The first thing 
I have to decide upon is rhythm, and I ar- 
range the rhythm before I come to the ques- 
tion of melody, .... and my fir.*t aim has 
always been to get as much originality as pos- 
sible in the rhythm, approaching the question' 
of melody afterward. Of course, mel(K!y may 
come before rhythm with other composers, 
but it is not so with me. If I feel I cannot get 
the accent right in any other way I^nark out 
the meter in dots and dashes, and It is only 
after I have decided the rhythm that I pro- 
ceed to notation. > ., .;>.,;. vOne day work is 
hard and another it is eiwy ; but if I had waited 
t for inspiration I am afraid I should have done 
nothing. The miner d6€S not sit at the top of 
the shaft watting for the coal to come bub- 
bling up to the surface; one must ^o deep 
down and work out every vein carefully.' 

"The captious and pedantic critic has said 
that, with his musical endowments, Sullivan 
should have devoted himself more to the ab- 
stract «ide of his art, but it became Arthur 
Sullivnn's mission to minister to the happiness 
of the greatest number and to give distinction 
to a light form of art instead of gratifying the 
exacting desires of the comparative few. He 
might have gone on writing symphonies and 
quartets his whole life through, and niade his 
mark iamong the academicians, but would the 
final result have compensated us for the loss 
of that beautiful series of operas which arc 
familiar to the whole world? He knew the 
danger of over-elaboration and diflFuseness, 
and always chose the simplest means to serve 
his purpose. There is. no superficial work in 
his operas. They arc as perfect in their way 
as the most delicately cut diamond. . . . 
With his profound knowledge of the capabili- 
ties of the orchestra it was absurd to suppose 
that he could not have produced as much 
sound and fury as Richard Strauss himself bad 
he been so minded; 

"He made himself loved because he asso- 
ciated himself with our happiest hours. He 
locked for us the doors of daily trouble and 
took us into" a veritable Rosamund's bowerf 
filled with the sweetness of roses. ... He 
did one thing superlatively well, and if we had 
to judge Sullivan by his light operas aloirc we 
should say, 'Well done, thou good and faith- 

f ul servant I' 

Self-Conscious Church 

PE Church of England is sufferinjs: from an 
unworthy self-consciousness, which It is 
easier to account for than to justify.' "The 
failure of the Church" is a phrase heard every- 
where. Men who hardly know what they mean 
by the Church complain of its ineffectiveness. 
It is judged to be antiquated in its methods, 
reactionary in its doctrine and estrani^ed from 
the national life. 

Nor is the criticism of those outside it all that 
it is called to t>ear; many within It art as tdud in 
their complaints, some dfpforing its ditisions, its 
hesitating affirmation of the facts and implications 
of its historic crMds,' or its luke-w'arm adherence 
to tradition, others aecusinif it of obscnrantism, of 
failnre to accept the clear findings of critical »tndy. 
of obsession with the past. The resalt of all tbia 
is stM in Churchmen's constant , self-criticism, 
springing from and in torn encouraging that •eti- 
cotfsciousneas which seriously imi^atrs the vitality 
of religion. 

It is therefore no wonder that the Church tends 
to become a Tictim of men of ready speech and 
organlaing akiU who arc facile in inventing schemes 
for the ending of abases or anomalies and the ht- 
tredoclioa of remedies to endow it with new vigor. 
Unfortunately they increase the mischief they 
undertake to banish, aad a worse fate than ever 
tbrcatcM tbcClrarch ta its disti^ctiW bf; these 

Yainms They Bpm at the OM Shack 

"OLD DICK GETS SKUNKED!" (By Richard LPococK) 

HEY were udking about the phea- 
lant& up at ^e old shack the 
other evening, and the three 
joint occupiers of the property 
were airing their views as to 
the reasons for the cocks being so scarce tjiia 
year in comparison with the days they all re- 
membered. Motor cars, increased number of 
hunters, poor breeding season and all the 
other possible reasofis for the poor crop of 
longufls iiad bcen"^ dnly mentioned and 
weighed in the argument, but they aJl seemed 
pretty well agreed that the really greatest 
ioctor in causing the sudden alarming decrease 
from the stock of laat year was the fact that 
an open reason had been allowed on hen phea- 
sants. ■ •- 

"Why, of course, it*s the shootmgvoMiens 
has done it," Tom shouted, to cUnch the argu- 
ment. "It stands to reason ; everybody knows 
that a certain number of hens are shot every 
year, anyhow, by. accident or design, accident- 
ally on purpose mostly, but when they go and 
let the mob shoot two hens a man a day, what 
do you expect? It may be all right to shoot 
off the old hens, but it's the young hens are 
the easiest of all the pheasants to get and 
they're the ones we depend on for breeding. 
Last year they vref e shot by the hundred, and 
it's rio wonder that this year a whold lot of the 
fellows out after pheasants are getting 

skunkedif' ■:':;•;.;; '^ -rtx'' ^r.^ .;>; 

Old Dick starfed uneasily when he heard 
the last few words and a frown came on his 
facie. ^ Tom noticed it. "What's the matter, 
Dick, old man?' Don't you think I'm right? 
Sorry I spoke, if I've hurt .your feelings in 
any way.'V 



-A: Nasty J« r 

"Well, you did, Tom, in a way, though it's 
not your fault, and I quite agree with what 
you said, but I wish you wouldn't talk about 
fellows getting skiinked; it jars on me. Ko, 
I don't mean what you mean. Oping out and 
having a i>Iank day doesn't worry me a little 
bit, so long as it doesn't happen too often, but 
that expression 'getting skunked' is too dis- 
gusting a way of putting it. Maybe yoiill 
think I'm getting overparticular in my choice 
of lan^tiage in my old age, hut. my word, if 
you knew how that expression brings old hap- 
penings back to me, you'd understand, I 
guess I'll tell you all a<>out it. If you think, 
it funny you can laugh at me all you want to, 
and then, like good sports..! know you'll be 
decent enough to make a little allowance for 
an old crank's apparent peculiarity. 

"You've probably often heard and read of 
how folks say a scent will bring back old 
memories. It'is a favorite thing to work into 
love stories. Well, this isn't any love story, 
believe me, bnt I guess that thing works all 
right, whether the sc^nt is that of the rose the 
young feUow stole and pressed in his pocket- 

book, or whether it's someHiing not nearly so 
pleasant, although, HI warrant you, more 

"The scene of this little episode is set on 
the banks of the Kootenay River, a half dozen 
miles or so below NeK'^on. There were three 
of us in the party, an old-timer, yours truly and 
last, but not least in importance. in the cast, 
a young fellow fresh from 'one of the OW 
Country 'varsities, who had come out with a 
' little money, which was bad, and a big idea of 
his own importance, which was worse, to try 
and make his fortune in the West with as lit- 
tle trouble to himself as possible. 

"The three of us acquired some claims a 
few miles back in the hills from the river, and 
the two of us first mentioned were going to 
put in the Winter doing the assessment work. 
The last mentioned in the partnersliip prefer- 
red to do his share of the work by paying for 
the grub, which suited us all right. Well, be- 
fore starting on the mining work, we had tp 
cut a trail up to the property and pack in the 
Winter's supplies, and we had our first camp 
on the hznk of the river. ./ 

'„> •'. Plenty of Fish 
"It was early in September, the best time 
of the year in that country, to my mind, and 
our friends had come down to help us in the 
trail-cutting work. Fishing was good, and 
some of those fine Kootenay rainbows figured 
on the bill of fare pretty frequently. The day 
before the little matter I am going to tell you 
about happened, we had caught a nice lot, and 
they were hanging lip in the shade of a small 
tree just outside the tent. Now you probably 
know that the scent of fish will attract some 
. animals from a long way, and it ain't only the 
"Tlomestte "Totft that Iras a pas?ion toFfislrdie^. 
It was foolish of us to leave tlrose trout quite 
so close to the tent, especially as we mifl;ht 
have remembered from previous observation 
that, though the domestic feline was a rare 
bird in those parts, certain other animals, 
which are just as fond of fish, were far from 
being uncommon. 

"'Twas our young friend's first night in 
camp; he'd been preferring the Iwtcl and the 
club for his living quarters up till then, and, 
whether some of the fellows at the club had 
been filling him up with yarns about wild 
■beasts in the woods before he started out or 
not, I don't know, but he was certainly a bit 
nervous after dark, and he made me a bit ner- 
vous, too. the way he 'packed round a fancy 
nickel-plated revolver in his |)ocket and a 
bloodthirsty looking so-called hunting knife 
on his belt. His talk ran on bear^ and pan- 
thers and such-like after supper. , and I'm 
afraid old Jack rather piled it on when he was 
spinning yams of adventures in his career as 
a miner and prospector. When it was time to 
hunt the blankets, Jack tumbled in on the far 
side, our college chum, after elaborate prep- 

buaybodies. The only refuge from the shower of 
criticisms and nostrums which seems open to the 
general body of churchpeople is the shelter of af- 
fected indifference, and this protection they appear 
to be seeking. There is apathy everywhere — not 
the apathy of indifference, but coming rather from 
the •puzzlement t>f self-con^ciousncas incited by 
criticism which cannot be denied, but yet which 
fails to carry the conviction of truth. The appeal 
for the Central Church Fund has met with a feeble 
response. The Enabling Bill, which it is intended 
tp bring before the House of Commons during the 
coming session, has failed to arouse churchpeople, 
whose apathy secures, for certain small groups of 
energetic people an attention out of all proportion 
to their real importatif^. In truth, they speak for 
the great mass of silent churchmen as their substi-- 
tutes or usurpers rather than as their representa- 
tives. There is no enthusinasm for their proposals. 

The antidote is to be sought in steadfast devotion 
to the sacred work for which the Church was 
founded. The most effective preventive against in- 
effectiveness in the Church is loyalty to the Spirit 
which is at once the source of its life and the guide 
of its endeavors. The present discontent has 
grown because men arc too greatly absorbed in the 
secondary matters of the law and not in the prim- 
ary matters of faith. The pity of it all might make 
the angels weep. The world today is everywhere 
weakened) if not prostrate; it needs, and knows that 
it needs, strength to face new conditions; it looks 
everywhere for help, and naturally appeals to the 
Church. It may do this blindly, and with a wrong 
conception of the sort of help it requires and the 
Church has to give: but the Church is in danger 
of missing its opportuif|ty through distt-action by its 
own troubles and a too sclf-conscioos awareness of 
its own imperfections. 

Moira's Keening 

O mountains of Erin, 
Your beauty is fled: 
Beyond you, in Flanders, 
My darling lies dead. 

Through the dunes and- the grasses 
Bespattered with blood, 
Thry bore him, and round him 
Bareheaded they stood. 

While the chaplain in khaki 
Wa9 reading a praypr. 
And the wild wind for his keening 
Was moaning an air. 

O, son of gray Connaught, 
No more shall we sUnd 
By the dark lough at evening. 
My hand in your hand. 

And talk ^ a houscen , 
To hold you and me. 
The scent of the beathct. 
The gorse on the lea. 

Yet, bridegroom of akine. 
Yon are waiting afar. 
Past the peak and the blucness. 
The shine of thon star. 

Where Mary the Mother 
Is bending her bead* 
And yoo sleep at her crooning, 
O, boy of mine! dead. 


■— Norreys Jephsoo OXonjior. 

TDMORROW a man comes quietly home to 
England who will assuredly tower in his- 
tory beside our greatest conquerors. 

We may not grasp this fact. When he comes 
home this man will probably lunch at the Berkeley 
or at Claridgc's, at night visit a theatre, "even as 
you and I," an^, on the morrow, hie him north to 
the Scottish moors. • 

Lost irf the turmoil of the present, "too close 
up" to get the true perspective, we miss, and shall 
continue to miss, the glamor v^urrounding Field 
Marshal Viscount Allenby of Jeri^alem. triumphant 
successor of Coeur-de-Lion antl^ Napoleon. . . . 
We may even pot him to work on R.A.F. accounts, 
just as Lord Byng, the man who saved Europe on 
March 21, 1918, is now adding up canteen figures in 
a West End office! 

I remember the first time I saw .Mlcnby, one 
dreary, dripping, hopeless night after Mons, leading 
his cavalry brigade through deserted Amiens at 
dead of night, a soldier in the depths. 

Then he has turned and drawn the sword again, 
is slashing up through the woods of Senlis and on 
to the Aisne. Soon his cavalry has grown to a 
division and, dismounted, in com'matid of it, he 
holds the flooded inferno of the salient — the last 
cook gone into the line farther north at Hooge. 

In the Spring of 1915 comes another step for- 
ward. Major-General E. H. Allenby is given the 
5th Corps, but his little convent headquarters at 
Abeele — one constantly met nuns in thfc Wiina'drs 
— saw little of him, perhaps because -of tlic appal- 
ling noise made by scores of children in the court- 

The new corps commander soon became a legen'l 
at other headquarters, where regulars knew and 
spoke of him as "The Bull." Of massive physique, 
Allenby certainly has the biggest neck conceivaole, 
bnt that was not the origin of his sobriquet. He 
was "the Bull" because large ntmibers of incom- 
petent officers were little else to him than exas- 
perating picadors. 

V'Thc Bull* will be after youl" 

That used to be a well-worn phrase in the Third 
Army two or three years ago. "The Bull" had 
been given command of tlie army on its formation 
in the Hebuterne sector, about Loos time, and if 
one hardly implied that each petty transgrcis jt was 
likely to be "haaled ui^" at headquarters at St. Poi. 
at least the phrase denoted a healthy feeling of 
personal contact, throughout the army, aa between 
its leaders and humbler human atoms. 

Blessed with a mighty energy and a rare im* 
agination, that must have been the secret of Allen- 
by's saecess in war — hia emerging as the terror of 
the staff and senior officers, and his incessant, 
passionate desire to Kaison direct with th^ tem- 
porary second lieutenant and private soldi«r. He 
saw the war from their angle, not ovA- a roll-top 

"I would rather have a drunken arny." he once 
declared, "than a stale one." What he had was the 
beat all-round army in France — an«l to say this it 
no reflection on any man or unit of the B.E.F., 
iiace all at one time or another served with the 
Third Army fn the coasUnt ^^tream of divisions 
backwvds and forwards and in an«| oat of the line. 

Tbi^ were not exactly floorishing in Palestine 
^hen Allenby dashed across there in ■ deatroyer 
just two years ago The *talene^«. the gloom of 
long 9.^6 bloody effort mircwardcd bad acttled vm 
^amgr of ikc desert bejKMid.Sini. "^ 

aratiot^, settled himself- in the middle and I 
rolled up near the door. - 

Spiked His Guns ; ^ '^^ - 

"Well, I generally get to sleep pretty 
quickly out in the woods, especially after a 
hard day's grubbing and chopping, but some- 
how I didn't feel quite easy in my mmd 
thinking of that battery of weapons that I had 
seen his nibs tuck away under his head. He'd 
had something else in his pocket besides the 
revolver, and a fairly liberal dose of the medi- 
cine had probably had its effect in sending 
him to sleep, and, when I could tell by his 
breathing that he was off, I managed to sneak 
that gun away and put it a safe distance out 
of his reach without disturbing him. I felt a 
bit more comfortable then and was just drop- 
ping off myself when I heard a sort of low 
hissing or whistling sound close to the door 
of the tent. 

"I'd heard that noise before and knew what 
it meant, and you bet I kept still and tried to 
hold my breath. Presently it came nearer and 
I realized that the beast had come into the 
tent, atid the next thing I felt it crawling over 
my feet. ^Twas the fish it was after, otcourse, 
*but apparently it hadn't managed to locate 

"I knew that, if it wasn't interfered with, 
it would probably sooner 6r later find its way 
out the way it came in, and you bet I prayed 
it might be sooner. But that prayer wasn't 
answered, boys ; maybe I hadn't kept the habit 
up as well as I ought to have, and what hap- 
pened next was a judgment on me. However, 
all would have been well if the mysterious 
stranger had confined his attentions to myself 
for the time being, but not he; he had to go 
wandering over on to the next man's legs. T 
was Just sending up another prayer in my 
mind that the other fellow would not wake up 
and sjmU the beans when the worst happened. 

Pinal Catastrophe 

"With a yell you could have heard half a 
mile away his nibs sprang half out of the 
blankets. I felt something land on my legs, as 
his spring had thrown it ,off him on to me. I 
made a dive for the door, but was just too 
late. I guess it was a dead heat between me 
and that innocent-looking little black and 
white fellow, but he managed to get in his 
dirty work on the jump, as it were, and then 
— well, enough said ! Luckily the river was 
handy, and I had a change of clothes in a dun- 
nage bag which had remained out of range, 
.but that little adventure cost us something in 
clothes, blankets and other stuff we had to 
burn, and there wasn't a man among us had 
any appetite for breakfast after a sleepless 
night. Oh ! sure, it's true enough that a scent 
will bring back memories, but in this case 
they're so blamed unpleasant that I hope 
you'll not remind me of them oftener than you 
have to by talking about fellows getting 
skunked I" 

Abraham Lincoln 



"The Bull" came, saw — and butted G.H.Q, up 
to a sand waste at Kelab, ten milea behind the 
line, not 300. * { 

It was there that I saw him again in a little 
wooden hut overlooking the Mediterranean, the 
lord of a tremendous exploit, this planting down 
of a great army in the sun-grilled wilderness and 
stistaining it there, month after month, pulsating 
with a nervous force and vitality no whit less than 
were it defending Paris. 

In imagination ooe pictures the great crusade 
throbbing forward. Fifty thousand camels gur- 
gling and groaning, tjnks ploughing up the sards 
of Omar, Bristol Scouts flying over sacrosanct 
fields. Great guns booming as at Ypres, hundreds 
of lorries, snorting, thousands of Fords climbing 
along like great high-speed beetles, and Scoumen 
and Australians,, Londoners and Sikhs, Welshmen 
and frishmen following on. following up .... 
and the climax, the organizer of it all, entering on 
foot into the Holy City into which the Kaiser in 
his heyday had pranced all dressed up on an Arab 

And then the tremendous work that followed this 
advance— the transporting forward of everything 
necessary for keeping 400,000 men alive in what 
was still little else than a wilderness. 

Nearly a year goes by .... . then on, on the 

Crnsaders go Bethlehem, Lydda. Jaffa, 

Nazareth, Jericho, Beirout, Armageddon, Damas- 
cus, Haifa, Homs, Aleppo! 

* * ♦ ♦ * • 

'^''f^,J!P**^ W,l«?.^««»e« honie tomorrow ia a true 
manvtitcfr. the greaiest. perhaps, we have had 
since Wellington. A conqueror in his very pre- 
sence, a conqueror in diplomacy no less than in 
the field, a conqueror, above all, of those who 
served under him. A man whose fame is writ in 
monstrous letters across the sand from Suez to 

At the Last 

THE stream is calmest when it nears the 
The flowers are the sweetest at the eventide. 
And birds most mtisical at the close of day. 
And saints divinest'when they pass away. 

Morning is* ioveljr, but a holier charm 
Lies folded close in Evening's robe of balm. 
And weary man must ever love her bes^ 
For Morning calls to toil, but Night to rest. 

She comes from Heaven, and on her wings 

doth bear 
A holy fragrance, like the breath of prayer; 
Footgteps of angels follow in her trace, 
To shut the weary eye of Day in peace 

All things are hushed before her as she throws 
O'er earth and sky her mantle of repost; 
There is a calm, a beauty and a power 
That Morning knows not, in the even-howr. 

Until the Evening mttst we weep and toil, 
Plough Life's stern fturowt, dig the weedy 

Tread with sad feet our rough and stondy 

And bcar'tlic heat ^ad burden of the day. 

Oh, when our sun ts setting, may we gfide 
t.,flce Stmtmer evening down tlK golden tfle, 
And leave us, a« We paaa away, 
9mmmmT twiiiglAivimd onr alMpJBg cityl 

MR. J. W. Dayia, American Ambassa<! 
in London, .recently unveiled a bust of 
Abraham Lincoln at the parish church of 
Hingham, Norfolk, which has been presented 
by a descendant of the President It was 
from Hingham that the ancestors of Abrah^ 
Lincoln emigrated to America early in the 
seventeenth centiiry. Mr. Davis aatd: ^^ 
"Abrahanrf Lincoln^ native cart^ lies far 
away across the seas and mountains, and his 
body is sepulchred in tlie valley of the Missis- 
sippi at the capiul of the State in whose citi- 
zenship he was enrolled, but tlie inspiration of 
his life and labors extends around the globe, 
and this is but one of many monuments which 
testify to the universality of his influence. 
The features upon which we gaze are so well 
known that they would be reoogniacd ttitou^- 
out the civilized world, but there ia/a local 
significance in this ceremony which Inuat not 
be overlooked. *''* t:^t 

"It was from this village that his progetiii- 
'tors set out almost 300 years ago to taste the 
great adventure of the New World and to join 
with those bold and hardy pioneers who were 
carving a new hpme out of the Transatlantic 
wilderness. Samuel Lincoln, the Norfolk 
weaver, left Hingham, according to tradition^ 
in the year 1637. Abraham Lincoln, his re- 
mote descendant, returns today in this mem- 
orial. It will be quite useless, if indeed it 
were not impossible, to attempt to trace from 
the one man to the other those qualities which 
shone at last in such enduring splendor. But, 
whether to an Englishman or to an American, 
tiierc is cause for pride in the fact that this 
stock finally brought forth that rare and pre- 
cipus thing which men call genius. 

"In this place, and to this audience, I offer 
no apology for saying that Lincoln's life has 
never been better told than by an English- 
man — Lord Charnwood, and that no sum- 
mary of his character is more complete and 
accurate than that of aiiother Englishmao — 
John "Bright. Three days after the news' 6T 
Lincoln's death had stirred and shocked him. 
Bright wrote in his journal that: 'In him I 
have observed a singular resolution honestly 
to do his duty ; a great courage — shown in tlie 
fact that in his speeches and writings no word 
of passion or of panic or of ill-will has ever es- 
caped him; a great gentleness of temper and 
noblieness of soul proved by the ab.sence of 
irritation and) menace under circumstances of 
the most desperate provocation, and a pity 
and mercifulness to his enemies which seemed 
drawn as from the very font of Christian char- 
ity and love. His simplicity for a time did 
much to hide his greatness, but all good men 
everywhere will mourn for him and history 
will place him high among the best and. no- 
blest of men.' 

"Honesty, courage, gentleness, nobility, 
charity and simplicity — these are indeed the 
qualities which made Lincoln what he • was 
and which explain in part, at least, his lasting 
hold upon the imagination and affection of 
mankind. During his stormy life he was re- 
viled as have been few men of women bom — 
not excepting those who have preceded and 
followed him, in his great but tempestuous of- 
fice — ^but from the hour of his departure, his- 
tory and the universal verdict of mankind 
have made John Bright's summary their own. 
"But this monument would be out of place, 
even here in the home «f his ancestors, if this 
were less truly a land where "oppaftunity 
stretches out her hand to raise the humblest 
to the seats of might and power ; where high 
and low, rich and poor, weak and strong, 
stand in equal right before an equal law, and 
where liberty counts her thousands and her 
tens of thousands ready to fight and if need be 
to fall in her defence. For those who come to 
look upon this figure will remember that their 
lot, no matter how lowly, can be no more 
humble than was his, and that no handicaps 
which fate has fastened upon them can be 
heavier than those which he overcame." 

Some Fallacies on Stature 
of Mankind 

HABITUALLY we think of Japanese as 
small men, and imagine a Russian to be 
a tall man in a big overcoat. ^ ! 

The EngliiAman, according to popular 
opinion, is supposed to be taller than a French- 
man, much in the same way that a dog of the 
St. Bernard or mastiff breed surpasses a ter- 
rier or a poodle. The common idea is not so 
very far wrong, for measurements made by 
scientists show that di£Ferences exist between 
the average height of races of mankind. Gen- 
erally stature varies between 5 ft. 4 in. and 5 
ft. 10 in. Of really dwarf men, under 5 ft. jfi 
height, there are /ew, chiefly the huabmcn bf 
South Africa, the dwarfs of New Guinea, and 
the Laplanders. <* ?.:*.f- ? • -«*? 

The tallest race in Europe ir to be fotmd in 
the United Kingdom in the south-western cor- 
ner of Scotland, where the average height is 
5 ft. 10 in. Scotsmen, on the whole, are a tall 
race, and on the average measure about 5 ft. 
9 in. This height is only equalled byj^^ tall 
Polynesian and American racea* ^ '"^i f ^ 

Among the shortest men are ^ouffii Ital- 
ians, Sicilians and Sardinians, where the usual 
height is as low as S ft. 2 in. or 5 ft 3 'in. The 
lowest average in England is found in the 
southwestern parts and in Wales, ranging 
from 5 ft. 6 in. to 5 ft. yyi in. In Northumber- 
land it rises to 5 ft. 8 in., and among the bujTy 
Yorkshiremen it even goes as higfi as 5 ft. 9^4 
inches. ^ ^ 

Stature depends a good deal on climate. The 
Bushmen live in the great Kalahari Desert, the 
tall Polynesians on the Pacific Islands, and en- 
joy all the advanuge Nature can hestow. 'Hie 
Hottentots, of the same race as the Bushmen, 
but inhabiting more fertile country, are ap- 
preciably taller. 

On higher ground the plople are usuaHy 
ahorter, so Ifhat the Swiss and Central Euro- 
peans generally are stocky rather than uH, 
Sometimes stature varies with the claas oC 
men. Barly emigrants to America were 
taller thafi the races from wfiicli they 
had iprung. They were ^picked- m^n. 
full of physical nrigjtn and lUfliyi. StM^re 
vaxie* also accortlhig to pmltSMonI AH|it 
half the profaiaional and eccle«ia#tKaI clasaea, 
are tali awn, W only aboat om in ten of tW 
edbblcfi, wearBra and tailors reach "the hcMrhc 





/TO «BE W AT sDmr ^ ^ 

Ab our htifB '^^aite mAKh- 
ftKcKoBie/' tkey'fahNightaoer- 
trai Bed-bloodMl ooetoine, and 
«A0|0mI IM the gk»y of a perfect 
body. They "^ thow us Bow 
to 'Iceep at '' eveti if we have 
p a age d midale life and^are be- 
yond the athlentio atafe. f^t 
the tiled bunaeM maD, the 
man who hiSB ihe diuly ttiriiid 
Wd ^luewyfaCfhae OMagMr 
appetitti, h eaaac h ei, iierree 
UDfltiuiic, b i^oomy, ending fai 
a ■ogsy bram, tiy the right 
way .Get out of bed, open the 
Wum|ow, bieatUe de6p^, eoGer- 
eiie the amy "aettmg-up'' 
exefciee or ijA diunb oeus, 
until in a warm dow. 

Before breakiaet take hot 
water, and occ^nonaUy eaetor 
oil or a pleasant laxatiTe made 
w of May-amile, aloin, |alap» and iold by i^ dnigguits as 
Or. Pieroe'a PleiMHit PeUeti. 

At Prof. StrauflB says/ "T%e exoretion of uric aeid we 
iOt able to effect by exciting Hiutesie." I>riak oopiously of 
Wt hdn or distilled water, sue or ei|^ glassee per day, hot 
water before ntesls, and obtain Anuno Tablets, double 
strengih, for 60 cts., at the nearest drug stote and take 
them three times a day. If you want a trild package send 
16 eettts to Dr. Pierce's Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo,!?. Y. 
'^ "Anurle" (anti-urio-aoid) is the recent discovery of 
Br. Pierce and ii much move potent than Uthia, for it wiU 
dissolve uric acid as hot tea dissolves sucarl ^^i-v . - , 


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Girts t Your hair needs t little 'IDandtrfae'^^thtt's tni Wheif 
U becomes lifeless, thin or loses its lustre; when u^ly dannnifr 
appears, or your hair falls out, a 3 5-cenf bottle of detlfhtful, 
dependati^ "Daoderine" from any aiore, will lave your lu|r, 
also double it's beauly. You. can have nice, thick hair, too. 

Where It Shows 

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th* «*v«U»iti»«t of ntMcalar 

ivatlMi aufik a kardalilp. ^ Whr apt 
Ktt rU •< your axcMa fat In th* 

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«3!RJ^^^^ Sr& «-|fa*r 

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XTOpasea poatpianB Bcmm 
PBINCB nUPjERT. Nov. %.—K 
Board . of Trade special committee 
will —look in to a proposal by the 
Atrial Liearua of Canada to eperaio 
a seaplane serrlco betwaan Vanoou- 
v*r aad Prlnco i^tipert. Tl^^ board 
haa BOTeral anthiMlaats, wko faal tH« 
•ervice Is feasible. 

■ / «■ ■ ■ ■■ •■ — -■■■ 

St. James Church Troop, head- 
tluartars corner of Douctaa and 0tn- 
ooa Street*. HoouU iii*ot on Tkura- 
days at 7:30 p. m., and Wolf Cuba 
on Tuesdays at 7 p. m. Recrulta ara 
^nlny^ hi satisfac t ory numberv, and 
general kaeanass \» b«ln# displayed 
In the Winter proi^rilhime of irain- 
inn. The senior scouts under A. 8. 
M. Hibb«B, are busy l«Mrninv •!>- 
nailiBf In all its branches, from 
wirelcas to flac wa«rlac. A few 
boys will b« accepted, of ten and 
eleren yadra of ase. for tbo Wolf 
Cub Pack. The Ifrat ala decldod 
:hat they would .be "Black Wolves" 
and are already strugsling for pro- 

Christ Church Oathodnal Cub 
Pack. Mr. Q. Pramptan, who has 
Juat ratumad from overaeas, and 
was In sootit work here In pro-war 
daya, has started tha Christ Church 
Cathedral Wolf Cab Paok, and is 
rapidly fottlDc that organisation 
Into a« efflelant and workoj^nlike 
state. Old acouts who remember tha 
aotlvttlM of Mr. Frampton's late 
troop win watob wi(h interest the 
«r«wth of hia latest field of en- 
deavor., A atudy class for the older 
boys la BOW under way. and the paok 
will ba on a Mvalar fooUny la a 
short time. Mr Coell Prampton wlU 
probably be Id ehart* b( the. cubs. 
The I>ocal Association — Beapondinv 
to the invitation of the Provincial 
Commissioner recently, the local scout 
oiBoars formed the exeeutlvo of the 
local association. Although oivanlxed 
only a very short time, the executive 
has to date effected some telllnc Im- 
provements In the local work. Mr. 
Bates, of the CoUefftate School, is the 
present secretary of the local associ- 
ation, and therefore the authority to 
whom all sooutlnc nuitters and In- 
quiries should be addressed. The new 
eaaoutive has ipapped out an exten- 
sive programme of work for the com- 
ing season, and the followers of the 
Boy aoout movement will watch with 
Interest the general "stirrlng-up" of 
the movement which ,l>as done such 
sterl ing work in the Province siace 
)^ InOaption. The Victoria Boy Scouts 
have a splendid servioe record in the 
late war, and many of them gained 
distinction and honor in all the active 
fronts of the war. 

Many of the local boys gava their 
lives In the struggle, and the memory 
of their work In scouting tiroles 
Shou^. prove a6 Ineentive that will 
hold the Scout movement together and 
make It more successful than ever 

the adrairaL In the - trenehea' lh»r» 
ware times whf^n brigadleri tit cig- 
arettes for privates, but there ia 
something awe-i|>splrlng in th« gulf 
which separates the ordinary "blue',' 
from his admiral. That gulf is 
crossed^ when the lower deck and the 
quait^r«deejc fraternise. It ia a pleas- 
ant epitome of the war In yhich the 
foundations of sea power lay in this — 
the officer knew and trusted his men: 
the men admired and trusted their 
offieerB.—Westmkister Qaaette. 



n I - ? iBrldcinc th^ Galf 

Xt is easy to believe that the lower 
deck dinner to adrniraln has sent rip- 
ples of excitement right through the 
senior service, for it is a vesy great 
event. There is no hierarchy in our 
modern systems quite comparable 
with that ranging up from the Com- 
mander — dispenser of Justice — by 
the lonely eminence of the captain to 
the yet higher and rarer altitudes of 

Sale Vn. 1111. 



dtity Instructed by the owner, will sell 
by ■ poblfc atiction at 7M Idilkleas 
Avenue^ Oak Biay; «m 

Wtdneeday, Nov. 12th 

at 1:S0 sharp, k quantity of ,^. . j.. 

Housekold Furniture 

•*iAt ' -fi 

and Effects 

dncludlnff:^ ; ' {i ; . 

Piano, by Bord; Piano Stool. S-piece 
Mahogany Suite, Oo. Tables, Oak 
Secretaire, 2 Oak Morris Chairs, Fire 
Quard, Oriental and other China, Kx. 
Table, Table Cover, Grass Chairs, 
Portmantaad, Stand Books. Orna- 
ments, Pictures, Window Curtains, 
Axminster, Reversible and other Car- 
pets, "Victoria" Range, Cooking 
Utensils, Kitchen Tables and Chairs, 
Crockery and Glassware, Lino., Cuc- 
koo Clock, E. P. BQtree Dishes, E. P. 
Soup Tureen, Han^brame Ostrich Fea- 
ther Fan, Large Canvas Sail, Block and 
Falls, Mexican Saddle, Baby Buggy, 
Garden and Carpenters' Tools, Wheel 
Barrow, Single and Double Bn. Bed- 
steads, Springs, Restmore Mattresses. 
Bareau% Waahstands, Chest of Draw- 
ers, Stretchers and Mattresses. Rock- 
ers, Toronto Spring and Mattresses, 
Rockers and Bedroom' Chairs, Mirrors, 
Shower Bath, Bath Seat, Indian Mat- 
ting. Pillows, Hudson Bay and other 
Blankets, isiderdowns. Household 
linen. Coal, Wood, abc 

On view Tuesday. November 11th, 
.from 2 o'clock. 

Take the Oak Bay car to terminus, 
walk up Newport Avenue to MoNelll 
Avende, and Link leas Avenue is the 
first tt/rning to the left off McNeill. 

For farther particulars aitply to 
Tba Avciloaece, 

die and 411 aaywwd BalMlBc 


Measna BteWMrt Wllllama 4k Co. 
beg to Inform the public that they will 
start their sales at l:tO daring ths 
l^ter months. Instead of S o'elock, 
aa beretofore. 

STBWAflaT -wnuUAMs 

4ie aiiS 41)1 Sa i is rt S INM 

Oiy Mirl[el Aidin 

2 p.tii. 

Two Hundred very line Laghorn Tear- 
Ung Hens aad April hatched Pullets, 
laytftg: Inetudinc oMed atraias «r Bur- 
cbatt A Jaasan. Piamers and Manseo^s 
of Vjl.A. 

As tbeai Bre carefulty selected birds 
indatian stock tttt ^ 

-_ fOUL ._ 

SpHag, aayistie desirous 

tlM CVHkinit 

of securing 

real, good Legkertis far t«t«r« produo 
" _ should 
ed abov 

tion and breeding, should aet fall to 



Instructed, we will sell at our "New 
Salesroom" No. 2, 

731 PanJora Avenue 

• on / 

Wednesday, 2 p.m. 

ExceptknaDy Fiie 

Finihiire and Effects 

Including, In part, Mab. Parlor 
Furniture, very fine Carpets, all Brass 
Bedsteads, very nice Mission Oak and 
Fumed Oak Dining Room Furniture, 
etc. Full particulars later. 
% ■ 


Pbone M7 Anotloaeen 

Preliminary Notice 

Instructed by the owners will sell by 
Public Auction at the Pandoni Auction 

Thanday Next, 2:00 p. m. 

A Quantity of Household Furniture and 

Full particulars later. 

Bxtra entries will be received up till 
morning of sale. 



from ■3.T5 

■end ao U d Oak Malag. 
••MS at Bstf tke ■ Males 

Tou are entitled to the highest 

cash price for your furniture end 

yoani get it by phoning 21S6. 

F«rt Street Exehiige 

T4T PdM 

Pheae UM 

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Be tiire ytMi M tbe GenuiiM 
Look for this si^natare 

on the box. 9(^ 

(Motli AtHea*s New States 

South Africa, like the rest of the 
world, eivillsed and unetvlllaed, is 
caogbt In the Impetuous proifrees. 
The eld policy of Isolation is jpbso- 
lete^ It no longer stands, as General 
pmuts truly says. For good or for III 
ws ars involved in a world move- 
ment of profound Import to our fu- 
ture. We enjoy a new Intematioital 
status, but 'it is not a status of pre-r 
carious independence and inglorious 
isolation such as belongs to other 
small States. It is an independence 
plus the advantages of membership of 
a group or league of nations, widely 
scattered communities of free mon 
united for certain common purposes. 
They represent an actual and poten- 
tial Influence, the effect of which Is 
incalculable, but. rightly inspired, 
cannot but be the greatest of all con- 
ceivable guarantees of liberty, pro- 
gress and peace. Here again w;e have 
the substance as compared with the 
shadow (4 the larger but more exper- 
imental league. There will be diffi- 
culties to solve. There may be sacri- 
fices to bo made, but the sacrifices 
will be worth the immense gain of 
maintaining the Commonwealth. 'For 
if this C<vnmonwealth is shattered 
what effective safeguard will remain, 
either for ourselves or for the other 
sister nations? And when we dwell 
— justly and with pride — upon our ef- 
forts in this terrific ordeal through 
which humanity has passed, let us 
also remember the price the Old 
Country paid that we might Uve In 
peace and prosperity. — Johannesburg 
Star. ^ ' 

>' <nte White Rose Prinoa 

September, a hundred and seventy- 
four years ago, saw the coming of the 
White Rose Prince, one of the most 
picturesque, fasoinating and beloved 
figures that ever flitted across the 
pages of history. In Scotland, to this 
day, people talk o^ Prince Charlie as 
if they 'themselves bad seen him rid- 
ing dowti the High Street to Holy- 
rood, who strewed the ground with a 
carpet of white roses and waved their 
whlte-cockaded bonnets in an ecstasy 
of devotion. It all reads like a fairy 
tale — those brief weeks of happiness 
and gaiety under James the VIII., 
who cared no more than his White 
Rose Court that Bdinburgh Castle 
was held against him. and that under 
its sheltering guns good Mr. Mac- 
vioar of the West Kirk prayed — "for 
the young man who comes seeking an 
earthly crown, may Heaven speedily 
send a Heavenly one." A Fairy Tale 
Court and a Fairy Tale Prince 
Charming, and then out went the 
candles and the singing, and the 
laughter died, and there was only 
Black Culloden to remember and— 
"the brave, the noble that have died 
in vain for me." — London Morning 

' In Agren 

Agram, for a foreigner — ^th the 
present rate of exchange of a penny 
equalling roughly a crown — must be 
the cheapest city in the world. Here 
is the bill for a dinner In the best 
restaurant In the tow^n, a restaurant 
which wAuld compete favorably with 
any good-class estabiiehment in Lon- 

Half roast chicken (tan crowns) 20c 
French beans in butter (three ^ 

crowns) 6c 

New bread with H lb. butter 

(five crowns) 10c 

Cream cakes, three at one and a 

half crowns , . »c 

Glass white wtae with soda 

water (four crovms) gc 


Beefsteak, which costs seventy 
crowns In Vienna, can be bought for 
eight crowns a kilogram (2 lbs. 2^ 
OSS.) Butter is thirty crowns a kilo. 
A room In a first-class hotel is 62c 
a night, and a ride on a tramcar any- 
where in the town costs a third of a 
penny. — London I>aily Express. 

WooldBt Stay Booi^t 

The case of the Khyber Pasrf is dif- 
ferent. From end to end it is held by 
Afridis, who for centuries have earn- 
ed their living by taking toil from the 
caravans passing through. We have 
of late years been paying the Afridis 
a lump sum yearly instead of per- 
mitting them to take what they could 
from the caravans. When, at a time 
the Afghan menace was taken seri- 
ously, it wias decided to make two 
roads through the Kbyber, the Afridl 
allowance was doubled. It was aeain 
doubled when the German war start-' 
ed. In spite, however, of the mints 
of money the Afridis were making 
oat of us, first they began to snipe 
at British passing through the Khy- 
ber. while the Khyber Rifles looked 



Recognised for thirty years as the 
oiUy ^standard hem> remedy for 


Disordered Stomsch. BUIousnesa, Tn- 
dlgestloa. Sick Headaches, a famous 


Guaranteed to give satisfaction or 
money refunded. On ssle at ^ Ost the gaauloa Every 
tablet stamped with this trad* 

Sold by laadiag druggists and 
local ageats everywhara Made by 
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Meatreal. Qua. 


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m<«t aterra. alsn trMM tlM akSMS^taiwr. 

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Z09O years 

m§ fiigm&^f lives' 

OLDSr: than Christianity its«U, this Chinese 
saqfed towei', in which are said to repose 
th« 9pirHi of the dead, can still be seen 
bri^t and hiiitoyii irid in a perfect state of pres- 
ervation wks 41m> kept a secret. Today, this 
jealotisly by pfie«t6»' lio the mystery of their pre- 
servation wa;^ Also Icept a secret. Today, this 
secret, the oil of atHtt gjowii in Northern China, 
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A weadesfally lastsoas, 
tsaasparsat varaish pos- 
sessed of powers of eadaiv 
'sase almost betead beUef, 
kk the resale ar chfti te- 

Ohtaa sat eU aad fessUtoed 
gaaa. Per year fleon, Md- 
Issrs, tasaitan, eee^ M to 
#ltbomt e«nal. *e be bad 
la ftve aatasml weed eetors. 
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on, then they carried out a series of 
daring raids into Peshawar itself, and 
finally they assembled in ttie Baser 
Valley and made an attack on oar 
troops then holding the Pass. These 
series of crimes make it impossible 
(or uf to put them in charge of the 
Pass again. So far as they are con- 
cerned the Militia system is doomed. 
W^ must in the future have the 
KHyber promoted by troops we oan 
trust. — The^Bngllshman (Calcutta). 

Yesterday's Footbtll 


V. I. A. A., «: J. B. A. A., •. 
Wanderers, 4»; O. W. V. A., 0. 

North Wards, 3; Comrades, 1. 
Tarrows, 2; Harbor Marine, 0. 
Foundation, 4; O. W. V. A., 2. 
Wests, 2; Army and Navy Vets, 1. 

Firemen, 1; Yarrows, 1. 4 

MetropbHs, S; Postal Service, 1. 

Mainland ItesuMa 

Varsity, 14; Central, 0. 
Rowing Club. S; Firemen, 0. 
King Edward High, 21; Britannia 
High, 0. 


Wallaces, 2 : Westminster United, 0. 

Cedar CotUge, 3; Co^uitlam. 1. 

Cedar Cottage Juniors, 2; Junction 
United, 1. X 

Collingwood Juniors. 7; St. Marks,!. 

Royal Bank, 3; First Church. 3. 

Westminster Presbyterian Juniors, 
8; St. Michaels, 1. 

South Hill, 4; Bt. Saviours, 0. 

Westminster Presbyterians, S: Col* 
imgwood. 0. 

Westmliwter Junloiti, 3; St. 
pavld's. 0. 

St. Andrew's, S; Thistles, S. 


A soccer game between two all*star 
teams picked from the ehibs In the 
Senior League will be played at the 
Royal Athletic Park on Tuesday next 
at 2:30 for the benefit of CharU« 
Thomas, the Victoria Wests player, 
who is expected to be out of the 
game for some six weeks a« the r«> 
suit of the fracture of his collar* 
bone In last week's game. The teams 
and captains have not yet been de- 
cided on. but permisslea was ob- 
tained yesterday from the I,eagtie 
president for the staclng of the 
mat<ih. ^ 

Cblneae Loaa Mocked 
WASHINOTON, Kov. t.'-Bffona to 
extend a loan to ChMa to tide aver 
what Is regarded as a deeperate situa- 
tloa threatening the existanoa of the 
Government have came to a standstill 
owing to dlsagreameat ov«r the »•- 
curity offered. 


msagreeaacnt In Cement Oess^ 
PORTLAND, pre., Nov. «.— After 
12 hours' deliberation the lut7 10 the 
case of R. P. Butchart' and Clark '||. 

Moore, of the .Or«f 9n Cfmsnt Conv 
pany, charged bT ^o fSovernment with 
violation of the Sherman Anti-Trust 
law^ -fai Jed to agree, and was dis- 
charged today by Federal Judge Bean. 



.Importance of Keeping Our Bloail Pk«Mur« DowA ^ 

■y W. A. GRIFFrrHS, Phm. B. 


WASHINGTON, Nov. 3.— A reserva- 
tion proposing to safeguard the na- 
tion's right to withdraw from mem- 
barship In the League of Nations, was 
adopted by thd Senate today, with ev- 
ery Rapu hitman Senator and six Dem- 
eerats voting tor It or paired la Its 

Paalal K m nthig im May Mrtka 
WINNIPRO. Nov. 3.— J. W. Green, 
saeratary of the Dominion Postal Rm-- 
p l eree S ' Association, stated lodair tikai 
a aatlon-wlde strike Is pnsslbli If ths 
Oovemment refoaes to silow tits as* 
salary dasaMoatioaa •• be retraaetlvs 

Were you eve't 'tested for life In- 
suranpb^r If so, and your age is 
anywidtve around the forty mark or 
over, ypu will recollect how careful 
the rajrsiclan was In ascertaining 
your Jvkct Blood Pressure, and. If 
very Mill, anywhere say about l8f,''H 
Is df^^tfttl whether your pelbSfr 
would w0 granted or net. 

You are probably aware that the 
condition of the arteries regulates 
your ^ Iflooi Pressure, and the lower ' 
this prsssure tha easiar it Is for the 

fere it la necessary to long life that 
we should aim to keep our arteries 
as young as possible. 

The reason for High Preiy^rf Is 
attributed to many cauaes, and oc- 
curs earlier la life In persons of 
sedsntary habits or those with In- 
door occupationa, who have conflnod/ 
themaelves too closely to business for 
continooos years — in most cases from 
Cons^patlon., or continually takiar 
laxativas/ or cathartics of different 
kinds te an eifort to keep iha system 

The best means of kApIng the 
system In perfect working order, re- 
tdaeing the Blood Pressure and pre- 
▼snting hardening of the art«rles lies 
In taking plenty of outdoor exercise, 
long walks in the open, golfing, 
horsebaelt Mdlng. or other mild exer- 
cise, and keeping the syMem fwgVi* 
lated at aU Umes. Avoid Uklng 
lasattvee in any form, as they 
diminish the vitality. 

Internal bathing by moans of the 
J.^ B. L. Cascade ha« done more to 
prolong life and keep active baslness 
men and women up to -the IM 
por sent standard of eflleieney than 
sny other means known. !<• orra- 
slenal twe perfectly cleanses the In* 
testlnso an4 kepps thorn clean, so 
that the blood eirealating throw«li 
these parts ones every 34 hours does 
not hoeoifie eontamlnatad and Is sot 
allowed to poison the sratom. Htfli 
sisoplssa nHrbts' ars 

It is a prdven fitet, demenflSlited 
by Dr. Chas. A. Tyrrell, inventor of 
the J. B. L. Cascade, in his own case, 
that internal bathers live longer than 
those who do not. Dr. TyrraU, 2S 
years ago, was told by his phyafeian 
thst he could not live nfore tha^ two 
yeanr'M the MSM, aad sttribufes his 
lortg life to tNe uss of the J. 9i L. 
Cascade. * 

The writer is wsU aoqaainted- with 
a wholesale grooer In northwestern 
OnUrio, at preeent St years of age. 

ik;.",;?. -ss-'oV 5rts~ifta§j •jsuf^'sssi'?*^^-.-.^. *™* 

klb' pwn 
deak. He has been a user of the J, 
B. L. Cascade now for ysars. and 
tells his many frlende that Internal 
bathing is alone responsible for his 
eronderful health and energy at this 
age. I could elso mention many 
similar cases almost equal to thia 
that have come directly under my 
notice during the past ten years. 

If you wsnt to live longer and »\- 

ways be flt and free from the many 

llle which are liable to eree^ on us as 

■years, advanos, loam more about this 

imiMrtant sobjbet. 

WHt» to Dr Chaa. A. Tyrrell. g>i(rs 
••<(. Tyrrell Building, IdS College 
Street. Toronto, and you wUI receive 
a «4-page book, called "llie Wfiat, 
the Why, the Way of Internal Bath- 
ing," free of charge. If ybo menUon 
havlAa read this artk:le ia 'The 
VIetoris Cokmtst. • i 

•Over half a million trrHrM. Intelli- 
gent Canadians and Americans who 
nee t|i4 J. B. Ju. Ca as a ds ars vsry en- 
thuslsatic on latsmal bathing, and if 
yott want to regain your health and 
k*e{? It Jnst WTfta for thtt booklet 
while It Is on yonr mind, and you 
win leafn from H much to year ad- 
vantage regarding this Important 

Persenatty f am very enthaslastle 
on Internal bathing, becaose I havo 
eoen what It bae done la fttaess as 
well as In health, an4 T b«lfev« that 
svery person who wbdios to keep In 
as nosr a perfeet condition as Is 
Mo i^oiiid at least ba 


hadwn to Internal hathers. rViKHMp- 
tlna di sa p p ears, and Hketidsa many 
othe*' III* directly caMsd frpsi Om- 

TnAgoeUon Is a trouble an-', Infotaeed on this s^b|tct Ton will 

nrotkttbiy tenrn something about 

yoirrseir which yoii have n«fr 

known ihroaah raeding tbl^ Iftlie 
book ta whlohl 








Travelling Men Find t)^. Car 
Indispensable to IVIo^n 
-^ Business — ^Time Saved Has 
High 'Monetary Value. 

Tha mannm- in whleh th« procea- 
Rlre travellnr man has aelred on'th« 
RuUfneblle ait a buMlneM atd has be«n 
no* of tho rnont remarkable points 
in iBOB$««tlon with tho uae of tho 
ItVht ranabout car, a model which i« 
frowtny in pomilartty with ovory make 
of car, mainly tbroush the sreut mbr- 
vice wklch thosr oomfertttble nia- 
ciiinea render under all conditions. 

Not only does the commercliUly 
used c«r' enable the busfnesi houses 
of the land to keep in closer touch 
with the scattered portions of the 
country, but it makes for a remark- 
able savinr in time as compared with 
the exclusive use of tho railways, and 
it is this sain which has of late made 
the commercial traveller one of the 
most fre<|uently m«t men on the rural 
highways^ while the city use of the 
Itoht car by business men has com- 
pletely eliminated all other forms of 

An ssoeilent example of this wide 
use of the automobile is the work 
performad in on« week by the two- 
year-old Podse owned by Mr. W. H. 
Alcoek, of one of British Columbia's 
most progressive wholesale plumbiny 
firms. It Is leas ^;an a week since 
t^hls ealr was traveiHiHr around Pen- 
tlcton and Grand Forks, incidentally 
slldins hackwarda down glasaily fro- 
Een movntaln trails and bumping over 
corduroy , and n^ud road sections b«- 
tween ^op^ and Chtlliwack. 
: In. VIctbria yesterday Mr. Alcook 
comparatf the Iidaod roads, with the 
mainland as beiny altofether more 
favorable to this district, althouch he 
iays that once past Ftlnceton .the 
hivhwajrs of the Interi<nr are In sood 
. In s0«aklM; of the time saved by 

Salving the Ballance Car From Goldstreiam 

The strensth of a modern Mtemobll^ ^s %ell' indicated 'by this picture, sbowinc the Ballance Studebaker as n was 
belna hauled «ut of Oaidstris^ ,Kl>'«r, after It sometsaolted from the MaUhat on the nicht of C»ctob«r 19 last. The 
iroat axles and main frames were badly bent, the mudvuarde crumpled and windshield demolished, otherwise the car 
sttftored surprlslnclr little damage in IM. fall of 27 .feftt to tbe rockrOlled riverbed. 




usfn« his automobile' for' buslnesii 
trips. Mr. Alooek cl(ss as a typioa) 
ekample a run froii Pentlcton t<^ 
<|rand Forks, which commenced twa 
hours after the train had departed 

714 JaluMW -S n ae i 


The same skilled organization that puts our sale cars on the 
Cf)^, running and looking like new, is at your service. If your 
&r reqtlires a NEW TOP, STORM CURTAlNSf, REPAIRS, 
br whether your MOTOR neqnires a complete overhaul or a 
Simple adjustment, wc do it rights •.* • • 



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Let us tell you why these people, after prac- 
tically deciding on another well known make of 
Truck, 'changed their mind and bought a FadaraL 

Revercomo Motor Co. 

iiijX-' beat 'tiha X^in serytca Xty, two 
ho^rs. This! gain at . Grand Porks 
was sufficient to enable ' him 'to do 
airhls bu/a^ness there, catch the train 
for Trail, make fhe return cdnnection, 
and so saVe not less than one whole 
da^ as compared with, travelling by 

These savings of time are by no 
means remarkable, and are especial- 
ly noted by commercial travellers 
with business up the Island, this be- 
ing one of the main reasons behind 
the great demand loj:ally, experienced 
for roadster models, prkc^cally ^.ll 
the dealers agreeing that the type 
gets Its popularity from the commer- 
cial travellers' fraternity. 

Asked as to the dollars and cents 
savings made by using his car. Mr. 
Alcoek said that careful ' records 
showed that the Dodge could be run 
on rural travelling work, over roads 
of all descriptions, at a slight savlhg 
over railroad fares. If the average for 
several months of travel were taken. 
The operation costs of the car includ- 
ed gas, oil, tires, sundry repairs of a 
minor nature, suoh as broken spring 
lesYes through rough going, and oc- 
casional engine overhauling and 
cleaning. In all his experience ma- 
jor trouble had not been met with, 
the rear end, gears and engine bear- 
ings being seemingly everlasting In 
the Dodge. 

Mr. Alcoek ascribes the main sav- 
ings miide to the speed with which 
the commercial man in able to cover 
his assignments, trips which used to 
take a fortnight now being regularly 
completed within a week, with a 
great savins in hotel bills, this speed 
enabling one man to perform nearly 
a|i much work as used to be done by 


Automobile Association LJrges 
Claim of Motoring Visitors 
to Central Camping Ground 
— Supports Road Extension. 

933 Ysles Str*l 


PlMaa 4»lt 


Speed Up Industry 


—Buy Victory Bonds! 

This >pae« 4ontte4 fey 


lluve Your fires Retreaded 
tbe Ri)^ War— 

The On« and Only Way U the 


Try It— Youll Be Convinced ^ 

This is tlie only place in town where non-akid tread ii put 
on with the DRY CURE PROCESS. 





V. & S. Railway Terminal 
Buildings Being Remodeled 
as Home for Hemphill Trade 

. Schools — Premises Ideal, 

The fine terminal plant of the Vic- 
toria and Sidney Railway on Blan- 
shard Street, which has been unten- 
anted for so many weeks, is once 
more the scene of much activity, and 
will be the centre of interest to scores 
of motorists during the comlnc Win- 
ter, for the Herhphlll Trade Schools 
have taken over the premise* and are 
busily euKaved In convertinf the 
bultdlnsrs into an automobile* school 
which will vie with any on the Paci- 
fic coast. 

The local branch of the Hemphill 
Trade Schools is one of a strlna scat- 
tered all over the North American 
continent, this belna the seventh Can- 
adlsn branch. 

Mr. T. O. Besulry will be the local 
manager, and his first axxistant and 
chief eleotrlcian will be Mr. Norman 
Hirst, who is well known to Victori- 
ans. A Inrffe staff of eompctest In- 
structors win be employed as soon as 
the plant l.« ready for business. The 
station buildinc will be used for offi- 
ces, the waitlnr room beina converted 
with but sllcht chanrra Into a well 
lighted and eomfortabte classroom. 

In the goods and freifht building 
the H*mphill school is placing a com- 
plete m^otor equipment .ranging from 
stripped chasats of various oara to 
enainee In operating order for car- 
buretor adjustment Instruction. Tire 
repair and electrical work In all their 
benches will t>e Uught by experts in 
well appointed <|uarters, and oxy- 
acetylene weMIng and similer w«rfc Is 
also included In the cumcalai% 

The course ef each subject geaeral- 
ly take* about two months, but no 
student la given his papern until he is 
thoronahly proficient, which with 
•ome men takes somewhat in 
of the average time. 

Important business marked the 
meeting of the Board of Ooverpors of 
the Island Automobile Association, 
which was held last Wednesday even- 

Motorists Joining the Association 
during the balance of this year will 
not be required to pay further dues 
in 1920, the regular membership fee 
being good for tbe remainder of this 
year and all of the next. 

The Association will press on the 
City Council the value of a public 
camping ground for touring partien, 
and l>r. A. J. Garesche and Mr. T. 11. 
Cusack were appointed u delegation 
to meet Alderman K. B. Andros. as 
chairman of the Parks Committee, 
and ask him to bring before the City 
Council a recommendation that a 
portion of Beacon Hill Park be re- 
served for the free uso of touring 
campers, and a water service and 
other comforts be supplied. 

Tho Oak Bay Council will be asked 
to undertake th^ completion of the 
section of Beach Drive running 
around the seaward side of Gonsales 
Mountain, as the Association is con- 
vinced that only a comparatively 
small sum is required to provide the 
last link of the finest waterfront 
drive on the Pacific seaboard. 

ICndorses Uplands Golf Scheme 

The Automobile Association will 
give its heartiest support to the Rotary 
Club's proposal that the city con- 
struct a municipal golf links at the 
Uplands, such a scheme being consid- 
ered of great v.'ilue In attracting tour- 
ists here and keeping them in the dis- 
trict for some time. 

After Mr. .1. K. Armishuw, of Say- 
ward, had addressed the Board on the 
need of the e\tensloli of the Island 
Highway from Campbell River to the 
8a>ward district the Governors 
unanimously passed a resolutioi) ask- 
ing the Provincial Government to un- 
dertake the work, which involves the 
building of 22 miles of road and the 
construetlun of one bridge, this being 
over the Salmon River. The Board 
considered that hot only would Vic- 
toria benefit from such a highway 
commercially, but the extension of 
the Island Highway Into this beautiful 
country with its fine hunting and fish- 
ing, would be one more attraction to 
visiting motorists. 

Car'Shlpplnflr Faculties 

During the coming year the Island 
Automobile Association will put in 
hand a systematic educational cam- 
paign, to Induce touring motorists, 
who wish to visit Vancouver Islsnd. to 
ship their cars from other points than 
Port Angeles, whence the majority of 
American cars came over last year. 

This ca.mpaign is requU'Od by the 
apparent Impoesibility of securing 
better facilities for shipping cars 
from Port Angeles, where tho bniy 
boat available is the Sol Due, whien 
through the past season was fre- 
quently unable to. take all the cars 
waiting passage. 

The Association finds that it has 
been the general custom of motoring 
parties to make the tour of Vancouver 
Island after traveling over the Geor- 
gian Circuit, and this required ship- 
ment from Port Aayeles. The Asao- 
clatlon will advocate that parties ship 
their cars from Seattle to Victoria, see 
the Island first, and then make the 
Georgian Circuit from Port Angeles, 
last year's records showing that there 
always Is ample accommodation on 
the Sol Due on the trip from Victoria. 

As an alternative route the Aasocla- 
tion will .-idvocate Vancouver as a 
mainland shippim; point, as the full 
use of the facilities of all three ports 
will make the Influx of tourists during 
the romlng year greater than has ever 
prevkmsty been kn ow i t. 


Overland Company Institutes 
New Service System — Re- 
pair Details Standardized 
and Detailed in Booklet. 

Probably the most rernarkable fea- 
ture of the new Overland Pour will 
not be realised by thos^-^rlvlng the 
car for some years after the machine 
Is purchased: it is tho matter contain- 
ed In the little green covered book 
which accompanies every car on Its 
Journey into the world. 

This booklet, modestly named "Re- 
pair Manual." establishes a new stand- 
ard in motor service, and is ono of 
The most remarkable aids to the mo- 
torist ever produced, at the same time 
guaranteeing to owners of the new 
car that overcharging for repair, 
work will not be practise^. 

The Overland has been designed 
with a view to such accessibility as 
to enable every owner to make his 
own repairs, and as an outcome of 
this rigid requirement the factory 
has found It possible to establish 
standard rules of procedure^or every 
conceivable operation tin any portion 
of 'the car. 

What is even more to the point, 
these rules make the setting of a 
standard time for every Job a practi- 
cal matter, and In this unusual man- 
ual the time required for everjP such 
task is set out and is backed by the 
Lhe garages throughout tha 
country which handle the Overland 
car being required to base their over- 
haul charges on the schedules of 
time specified. 

Everyttalnr In Seqoenoe 

The fine point to which this novel 
system has been carried by the Over- 
land Company details every operation 
required. For Instance, take the re- 
placement of a cylinder head gasket. 
The time required for the Job is lim- 
ited to thirty minutes,, and eighteen 
separate operations are listed, start- 
ing with "DralA water from radiator." 
Similarly, in removing and replacing 
the crankshaft the time requirc^d is 
set at eighteen hours, and 133 opera- 
tions are clearly set out between the 
items "remove hood" and "replace 
hood." Difficult or tricky operations 
are further illustrated by clear illus- 

Such is the manual which the 
Overland Company Is expecting the 
drivers of their new model to treasure 
against the day of adversity, and al- 
ready an unexpected result has come 
from the booklet, ^he assurance of 
really reasonable repair bills have, ac- 
cording to Mr. Thomas Pllmley, bad 
much to do with the piling u|i of the 
.waiting list of thirty buyers whb dally 
come around and ask. "Is my car 
here yet?" and still the list grows. 

l/^NDOK, Not. a. — The Prinoa of 
Wales' ship Hw iw i Will mU on 
Tueiiday to hrlhtr Wm home. Oa his 
retmn he will receive an atf dress from 
the City of I^onaen «H>nanititlatlng 
him en his succeMfiil vWt to Can- 


Keeps Packard Truck on Road by 

Rrpiavlng Broken Kprlngs— Needed 

SkUlful Metal Work 


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Not Your Moneys 
But \bur Good V^ 

We want the lood will of every cfuliutt ^v 
in thia town. « 

We want everyone to aay what. lota of 
folka aay now— "WUlard? That'a wfaeto 
yoa get a aquare deal and vahie for ^Veiy 

We'd rather have your good will than an 
extra dollar or two on a repair job. 

We'd xather sell you a battery that will 
give longer and better service than to 
make a living by repairing poor batteries. 

Of course^ooc/ repair work and #oodbat* 
toies coat more, but we believe they makt 
frienda and buy good wUL 

Let'a get togsUier. , 


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Jameson, Rolf e & Willis 

Comer Courtaejr maii. Gordon Streets 
Phone 2246 

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TORONTO. Kov. 7.— Ofliflat re- 
tnma from 74 o«t of 111 ridings In 
Cintarlo on the referendum vote, ahow 
that the "no" vote on the first ques- 
tion wan mor« than doabl«> the "yes** 
%-ote: Yes. 355, «<6; no, (42.09:. 
itetty. 2IS.447. 

What a saving to Victorians the 
establishment of local Industries 
Hometimes moans is not always ap- 
parent, a remarkable caste in point 
occurring last week in connection 
with the spring works operated by 
Messrs. McDonald and Nlcol on Fls- 
gard Street. • 

In the course of several years of 
hard work the giant Packard trucks 
operated by Messrs. Painter A Sons 
have frequently broken the main 
leaves of the spring aseemblies, es- 
pecially those taking the load at the 
rear wheels. In every case the whole 
assembly has had to be replaced, the 
factory finding that such a course 
was the only practical way to assure, 
in all parts of the country, the pro- 
per fitting of the leaves. 

Each of these replacenu<nts cost 
$G5, and ut the back of the Painter 
storage plant there has accumulated 
a pile of eighteen damaged sets. 

I>ast week Mr. Painter was com- 
menting on the apparent waste in- 
volved and Mr. D. Nlcol volunteered 
to fix up a couple of the units, a 
work of some delicacy, as the method 
of holding the leaves together calls 
for the shrinking on of a bulky cen- 
tral holding clamp without drawing 
the temper from the leaves. 

Mr. Painter sigreed to the trial be- 
ing made, and when the assemblies 
were in place, with a new maltt leaf 
snugly clamped to the old discarded 
units, the truck was purposely taken 
on a hard trip over the Malahat, 
coming through the test In fine shape. 

In future there will be no more 
spring replacement leaving Victoria 
on Mr. Painter's behalf, as he says 
the stock of discards now made avail- 
able will last for years to come, now 
that the main leaves are replaceable 

Armlatloe Dajr Obsrrvanoe 

WINNIPEG, Nov. 7.— Ix>cal O. W. 
V. A. officials tonight advocated the 
observation of the Royal Proclama- 
tion for a two-hilnute cessation of all 
activities at 11 o'clock Tuesday morn- 
ing for this year only. They urged 
that In future November 11 be made 
a public holiday by merging Thanks- 
giving Day with Armistice Day. 

'If It's for a Ford We Have It" 

While They 'Oil 



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WE have a LIMITED quantity of plain GOOD- 
YEAR and DUN LOP Tires . 



BUY NOW. You may neler get a chance to buy 
GENUINE TIRES at this price again 

National Motor 
Companyi Ltds 

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Oxy- Acetylene 
Welding and Brazing 

Scored Cylinders Repaired 


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Gates Half -Sole Tnres 

Guaranteed to Run 5,000 Miles — Guaranteed to Be Punctuic Proof 
Makes Old Tires Almost Equal to New. 



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ores Usually Charged by 
Established 'Hire Car Offices 
— Advocates Taxi Bylawi 

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McLaughlin motor cars>-revIs^ prices • --u» •..' l 

^ Model 63, Light Six .i.. — „.^ — .*. :^^ f ITQO.OO " 

^^J|; Model 45, Master Six^(speciaT finish) ...; ^ ^2440.00 . 

'^ f^ Mudcl 49, Sevcn-passengper (special finish) „ _. $2850.00 


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Phone 4488 


Air iiaiik Xk«Mfi« »«Mitk«r' 

FollVlHiii .oi tittt appotntmtnt of 
Col. It. £«ekI*'to the post of BUi^«r- 
intandent of. governnMnt flylnc op«r« 
•iloiM, come* th* newa that the thra* 
frther posltiohs vacant have been 
fill*<J. L.t-Co1. J. Stanley Scott, M.C., 
of l |« eb » e ; fiM ^vn tnren th« ap- 
paiaUBM* ^ MHMrintMidMit of o«rU> 
a«MM iMiM. MlMor A. M. tkeok. 
txme.. z>2F.ff.', hM been appointed 
fMMral Mcratary to the Air Board. 
TlM piOBitioii of medical advsier to the 
iMl^d haa been allotted to Captain 
ttMk Koy Smith of Barrie, wtu> will, 
It It auppoaed, co-operate with the 
Mt^trintendent of oartlfloataa branch. 
TlM three main heada of dapattmanu 
\M9% now ."been flllad, and th« lndl« 
VHMfcla oboaan will preaumably aeleot 

the number and personnel of the 
ataffa they require. The compoaltion 
■and selection, of . the tinder-staffa la 
creatine: no littlq .Bi>e<!uIalLlon in fly. 
iM circles, and the appolntHMnts ari> 
it6tlliced Will ba notad with bi^reat 

Amertca to I*cnrc|imiw DtrlgliM« ' 

The annouBcoment made rec6^tl|- 
to the effect that the Americana ae4 
to purchase the R38. the largest dlrl* 
Sibla under oodktruetlon Id the Ofd 
Country, ia oraaUn« Interaat in aaro- 
nautloal clrelaa. 7he R38 la 694 faet 
In length, 88 feet diameter, 98 ftet 
alx inches in heiirht, and will oafry 
a uaeful load of some 45 tona^ A 
Crtllalng speed of 60 Itnota la said to 
be posaible with the Immense air- 
ship. The American aeronautical «&• 
parts were so impreaaed with the par* 
formanca of the RS4 that they bar* 
Induced the' Senate to purchase, or 
endeavor to purchase, the R38 for 

Automobile Repairs 

Attended to Under the Supervitiod of and by Expert Engineers 
ihmrt o and Cvfwrator A^justuMats . 

Gar Washing and Simonizing at Reasonable Rates • 


Agttits for Maxwell Cars and 1)4-T6n Trucks 
406 Bay Street , ^Phone 4763 




barker's Garage and Machine ^hop 

Have Moved to Their New Premises ? 


M4 hav« ln»ttlled up-to-dat* machinery iM>d are now in a better posUtea 
!• Handle all kinds of Automobile and Marine Work. PHONE 848d 

experimental reasons. Treating^ the 
sale of highly apeciallxed craft, which 
may be needed for war purpoaea, to 
foreign countries, will not help to 
develop the atretxgth of the Umpire in 
aerial defence. 
Masuir to Tako/load Obaervatlona 
CapUtn Halley, master of the Em- 
, press of Asia, who is kaanly interest- 
ed in the Trans-Pacific air project, 
haa promised to Uhe cloud observa- 
tlonB all ae«>o8a the Pacific on the 
run to Yokohama this trip. If a defl- 
nlte rule can be worked out to deter- 
mine the action of wlt^da at the upper 
levela of the atmosphere, it might be 
of Inestimable value to anyone under- 
taking the difficult voy4ge across the 
Pacific by air. The weather across 
the Pacific Varies greatly In the dif- 
ferent seasons, and the majority of 
the year la chafaeterised by fogs that 
lie close to the surface of the water. 
Captain Halley is endeavoring to as- 
certain Just how high these cloud 
banks extend. With definite know- 
ledge on this phase of the -Weather 
conditions, it may be a comparative- 
ly easy matter to determine at what 
altitude the trip should be attempted 
by ah-craft. 

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J. C. Porte, designer of the fahtouB 
Porte flying boat, and well known 
pioneer In aviation circles In pre-war 
dayB. died at Brighton on October 27. 
Mr. Porte was known to all by his ef- 
forts In the earlier days of flying, and 
more by reason of the Porte seaplane 
which, used by the British Admiralty, 
was the largest flying boat In the 
R.N.A.8. J, C. Porte has been to the 
sea type of aircraft what Handley 
Page has been to the aeroplane de- 
signer of the heavier types, which 
were capable of accomplishing so 
much In the bombing stages of the 
war m the air. The newa of his de- 
cease will occasion sincere regret. 

Wllda of I^abrador Surveyed 

The ubiquitous Curtlaa JN4 haa Juat 
accompliahod a survey lour of part 
of the wilds of Labrador extending 
to some 1,600,000 acrea of the tlm- 
berland. Photographs and notes were 
obtained in ten daya actual flying 
which haa aceompllahed the equiva- 
lent of a field party working In the 
frozen regions for a period of five 
years. Only one machine waa used,' 
and 15.000 photographs were taken, 
which in many cases point out inac- 
curacies in the existing survey maps. 
Captain Daniel Owen led the expedi- 
tion, and la enthuslaatic over the re- 
sulta obtained. The atmoaphere was 
found to be very clear,' atid general 
flying conditions favorable, saving a 
tendency to' '^'Bumby"" travelling ow- 
,lrtg to rarefied sonea, In the higher 
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In tha couraa of a repent latter 
from Cape Town, telling of exparl- 
enoea In connection with the South 
African . fore«s. Lieut. Ralph, of tha 
Mechanical Transport, makeg the fol- 
lowing reference to the reliability of 
'the Ford: 

••We have tr«taed up. here over 
2. BOO u n o t iaM fl ed drlvara for the field, 
and idbmr «*r eent er theaft hav* 
Iea[med to dctre on Ford eara. ao that 
the 'Ferda which we h^e recently 
been eelttag for tha government dur> 
ing the cloalng up of tha achoola hava 
stood the most severe teat that a car 
eaa tiBderto. aiapaolally when It la 
ranenberad that we bought a num> 
bar of the can at eoeondhand In the 
firat place. 

"They wera all iold In running 
order, fliftd brought aa avsrage of 
$800 ai««h for the 88 cara, the bidding 
being %«rr •plrita4. Tma mmt Imagine 
wHK effeot 8.8*0 difrerent dri- 
ver* would hava on 28 cara. a large 
^atmifiMga of ttheae men being Dutch 
farmers who had never even aatn a 
car before. 

"BhouM the City Ceuiieil paai . a 
by-law regulating taxi-cab opavatlnc 
iand natea. Ita action would raoelv* tiM 
haMtfalt aupport of everyone pemui- 
nentiy engaged. In the bualneaa.** aald 
Mr. B. J. H. Boulton, one of the 
promlaent men of the fraternity, 
when tatervlewad laat week a* to the 
growth and future of the rental ear 
buatneea in Viotoria. 

"We who are in the buainess for a 
permanent livelihood are extremely 
careful that no auggeatloa of over- 
charging can real agalnat ua. While 
We have no organisation amongst our* 
aelvea, we have an understanding that 
our rates ahall b* baaed on IS per 
hour for city servloe, and we alao 
have a more or leaa aettled charge 
for Outaide trlpa. 

"The taxi bualneaa la one ^t the 
bright llghta of redQoed vrloea in a 
world of aoarlng ohai^gee. Before the 
war, with tlrea. oil, gaeoUne »nd 
wages far below the ^reaent level, the 
regular charge for %. lance, -vrell* 
kduipped car, waa It .ea boiiTf Today, 
we are aaking $jl aa the baaiia. and no 
other Una of btiatneea m«kea anoh a 

"It la well that aeme of theae 
ohargea ahould be widely known. For 
InaUnoe. H paya the hire of a oar 
from the C. P. R. landing on the 
tS. * N. depot to anywhere in the 
jslty, and thla allowa for tranaporta- 
tion of a couple of aultcaaes as wall. 
Dhro or even three pasaengera In a 
party make ^o difference, it la the car 
irhlch lahlred. and whether the aeata 
fure occupied otLnot makea little dif- 
ference, the expense on operation is 
the aame for auoh abort trlpa. 
- A run to the Oalc Bay Hotel or to 
Work Point ia eatabtlshed aa a 18 
*rlp, And to the Navy Yard at Esqui- 
mau the recognflgid charge is 1 2. BO. 
A run out to Royal Oak should not 
tte Charged -mflffe than 14 unleto the 
car is kept waiting, when a charge 
of $3 per hour la regularly made. 
Similarly the trip to Saanlchton la 
wdMh 86, and Sidney BhouI<t cost $10. 
this being the same whether several 
.passengers ride ,or the car is char- 
tered by a aingle peraon. ' 
Up'IflUnd Journeys 

'*When trips up the lalantL euch aa 
a Journey to Nanalmo, are made, we 
And that the rougher going requlrea 
special charges, that- for Nanalmo be- 
ing 145 to 860, for the nine houra 
or more required, and Duncan and 
Iiadysmlth somewhat less, the same 
waiting charge of $8 per hour being 
usual if the car is kept at the travel- 
era' disposal inatead of returning at 

"We who are In the buainess to stay 
feel that we are making our charges 
as low aa possible, when the waiting 
around, re-oleaning and spick and 
span appearance of the cara we uae 
are kept In mind. 

"Cases have been mentioned to me 
where visitors hava received unfair 
'treatment, and occaaiona where abort 
trips have been*, ohargad at unduly 
high prloea may have oeourred, but I 
personally know nothing of them, and 
I am quite sure that the geAtry who 
practice that sort of thing are not 
connected with any of the perma- 
nently established taxi firms. It Is 
my personal conviction that if people 
with complainta would make a point 
of laying them bafore Police Chief 
Langley.he would soon sec that such 
practices, which tend to injure every 
one of us in the bualneaa, are quickly 
put a stop to." 



Chevrolet Touring Car Is Hand- 
some Prize Offered Con- 
tributors to New Home Fund 
of Local War Veterans . 

banking on the reputation of the 
Chevrolet light car combined irith the 
Innate proclivity of humanity to take 
a chance, the Great War Veterana 
are this week launching a big drive 
for funda to flnanoa the purchaae of 
a permanent home. 

One of the unusual features of thla 
campaign for aupport la the oflCerlng 
of a handsome new light Chevrolet 
touring car aa a prlxa to aome luoky 
contributor. Kveryone giving to* 
wards the home fund will be handed 
a numbered receipt ticket, and at a 
later date a drawing will be held to 
decide the winner of the ear. 

The Begg Motor Company and Its 
aaleamen are taking a heavy block 
of ticketa as their contribution to- 
wards tha new home. Theae tickota 
are being turned over to the Great 
War Veterans' Assootatlon for distri- 
bution among the membera who con* 
tribute towards the building fund, ao 
that a large number of returned aoU 
dten will have a twofold chance te 
win the car. 


OUal Cord lire* 
Showhif on*: 

Bfpdpped Wttk 
Makes Ftae 

Factory exeeutlvee and promlaont 
diatributors of the Packard Mdter Car 
Company, in a new model pneulnaitSe 
tired Packard truck eatabllahed laat 
Saturday what ia regarded aa e new 
actual road motor truck apeed Yee- 


A yaar'a aubaarlptlea to Istaad 
Moteriat •otltlao you to the prtn> 
lege* e« tha Vtmwtmm .end _ Inferma . 

^ — ■ - - ISaaia kail ina S taeiBaaA. 

tiaa furelahad npea appUaatteo. Sand 
la your aubaarlvUMi. %XM. P.Oc Sas 



ord. They made tlfa run between 
Bay City and Detroit, a diatanoa of 
120.8 mUee, in five houra and 68 min* 
utaa. an average ot 208 miles an 
hour. , . , 

Tha party of offlciala, on an exn 
perimental trip to acqdaint thenK 
aelvea with actual freight problems, 
left Bay City at 8:11 a. m. on the 
return trip. They arrived in Flint, 
a distance of 55 milea, at 10:54, and 
nniahed at the HoteKStaUer. Detroit, 
at 2:20. Three atopa were made 
during the trip, ono for five mlnutea 
to allow a pAaaenger to recover hia 
hat, another for gaaollne requiring 
nine minutes, and another for' three 
minutes on account of traffic delay! 

Fraetieally one-half of the distance 
was traveled over roads wet by re- 
cent rains. The truck was loaded 
practically to Its capacity of three 
tons for the entire trip, carrying 18 
paasengera with their baggage and 
two 1.000*pound weights. 

The truck, which waa especially de> 
signed and constructed to meet the 
growing , demand for pneumatic tired 
freight carriers, was equipped with 
88 X 7 Goodyear oord tires In front 
and 40 X 10 rear. The body was a 
18 z • foot, 88 inch sUke type. 

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A Yoanff Pessimist 

Extreme longevity, waaAi aa Dr. Vor- 
onoff promises us with the aid of 
monkey's "Innards," haa Its draw- 
backs. In 1888 Janoa Meryeaal, who 
waa 84 years of age. Jumped off the 
suspanalon bridge at Budapest Into the 
Danube. He waa rescued, and ex- 
plained that he wished to end his 
life, as he waa becoming too decrepit 
to support his father and mother. 
This extraordinary statement proved 
to be true. Meryessi's parents being 
aged 115 and 110 respectively. A 
pubUe subscription was organised to 
set them all three above want— Man- 
cheater Guardian. 

gains in 

Ford One-Ton Tnick : . . « j;^. S .^.l^.J ^ . .:«..|4&0 

FbrfTdurfnp /........ .411^... 41^.^ !J^i?,.$^ 

rord lounng ....,,, .,♦... .1^ ..^f,,, .,...,.. , .$700 

Qievrolet Touring .» .'. . . , .'.^^^ . , ,>^ ; , , ..^ , , .\$725 
Cli0Trolet Touring ^W*%.^*W«#f«.i- 4 •]•■•• t/-V*-... 
Uievrolet Tounng ^*>.*^%., •,.:*. >^',j^>,,v*,^.,gdOO 
Chevrolet Touring . ••v, • * «^v«-« * »». .^ *«;.**.#. $050 

HudMn Tounng I ^ . . . , . . . . . $850 

CmRUsc Toilring^ .... ,^^|.ir^y,ir. i^^.^ ^,> . .$1,000 
HudMm . .^ li^ i.i.. . . A L u^L I •'; ..V.$l,350 


937 Viaw Street 

Phone 2058 


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iinij II. I, 

Tree Life in British Columbia 


By C. C l>«iiiberlon 

The maple ImK n««d« no ta|t*Oi«e* 
tlon to Canadian*. ' and th« war hui 
made the emblem well 4iM««ra < la 

Thar* are two native maplee rep- 
reaentad In the vte^ilty. of Vletoria: 
theM are "Tha Otn^n maple" or 
Broadlaaf mapU' (Acar Macro, 
phylhiin) wnich la protably tha wtoet 
common and b««t knbwn. and tlte 
"Dwarf maple" (Aoer Olabrum). 
Thara 1« a third maple on tha Mala- 
Und, the "Vine mapla" (A«ar Clr- 
clnatum). ' 

Nona of theae treat| ar« tha •Wf»r 
maple, thoush according to Mr. J. R. 
Anderson, maple ayrup htm baen ex- 
tracted from the Broadlaaf 'variety. 
At tha laat meeting of the Natural 
Hlstorjr Society, Mr. Anderaon related 
how hia father had obtained sap froin 
these trees at Saanich. sap which, 
when boiled down resembled tha 
maple syrup of Kastern . Canada, a 
plantlfiil aapply beins easily obtain- 
able In favorable wsfithar. •• \ 

Tha Broadlaaf maple la much In evt- 

park, too. haa some remarkable 
jppeclmeas- The different phasea of 
gi:owth. of thia tree are lnter«Bt»n« to 
ILatudent of plahTUfa. Some cwrloua tn- 
ataneea of coppice culture <reprodac- 
tlen by sprouts) natural layering and 
•smi-proetrate baMt afe to be seen In 
the Pemberton woods. Cedar HU> 
park, the corner of Lampoon and 
Charles StrceU, E««ulmalt, and other 

Aa a timber tree thla maple Is 
mueh raMa4. Tha report <l»ll) of 
the dommifalan of Cetiaarirftlon, 
"W^rest trees of Brltlah Columbia," 
aays; "The wo«4 fa hard, fairly strong 
and can tw). uaed for flooring and 
other puriioses for which the eastern 
inaplas are used. Sinoe hardwoods 
are ao aeanee on the PaeWo Ooast 
one would expect thia maple to be 
us«4 to a graater extent than It is, 
only S.OOO b.f. feet Is reported as 
having been cut; In 1»1«. In Brltlah 

. Tribute to tha-Jbeavty and aaatheUc 
■\>a1ue of natural grbvaa ol thia tree 

Bnnit'' tUfll — niwii;ta,"Tha — sca*t. 

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Tlie Big Leat Maple Tree 

leavea that dlatlagulsh this 
make It a favorite on^ the Paelflc 
slope. Unfortunately It is not hardy 
north of PhUadelphta and does bet- 
ter In Europe than In our ESastern 
Stataa. It really Is happiest in the 
bottom lands of soathern Oregon, 
where It forms forests and attains 
tremendoy proportlona. Ona muat 
see It at« nome in ord^r to appreciate 
this maple." 

And WiUls Unn Jepson. Ph.D.. 
Profeaaor of. Dendrology, ITnlveralty 
of California, fai "Treea of Califor- 
nia," haa thla jto say of its ornamental 
character .(1»09): "As an oma- 
menUI tr^e blg<leaf maple haa Iraen 
widely planted. It yi alaohighly 
valnad aa a atraat and roadaMe tree, 
hainc the meat available natlva tree 
for this purpose, on account of its ex- 
treniely rapid growth, its adaptability 
to street coaditloiTs and Its One crown 
and beautiful foliage. ' It la unfor- 
tunately our ^oat dlfflcult deelduotie 
tree to transplant from the nuraery." 

In' a tachnioal description of 
maples la "Forest Trees of the Paciflc 
Slope." O. B. Budworth, Dendrologlst. 
United States Forest Service, wrltas: 

Broadleaf maple (Acer Macro- 
pHyUum) Is the only large maple 
tree of the Pacific region, where it Is 
called '^Oregon maple," and "Big- 
Leaf Maple." The name broad-leaf 
maple derived from the technical 
name seems preferable; it varies 
greatly In form und height, in diflTer- 
ent Hoils an<^ nituations. from a short- 
stemmed crooked tree from 25 to SO 
feet high and under one foot in diam- 
eter, to one from CO to 80 feet high 

Type of the "Big Leaf," or "Oregon" Mapte (Aoer Macrophyllum), grown In 
the open and well cared for. Fairfield Road. — ' 

denergt this -time of- the yanr owing 
to the site of ita leaves which, with 
quantities of aeeds, are being scat- 
tered and driven everywhere /by. the 
wind, and piled In heaps In every nook 
and orevlce, where V»ey will remain 
until the warm spring rains of At>rll 
convert the piles into a mass of sturdy 
seedlings. The tree has been usetf, to 
a cfctain extent, as an ornamental 
shade ticaa on the stroeta, but f I do 
not thlnir it- i» very , aatisiteotorr : -it 
is very easily impaired by ill-usage 
of^any.kind, and, atraet treoa are apt 
to ipet llluaage In. Victoria. 

ThMra nve many examples of fine 
old trees Ih the eliVtroYis <<f the elty; 
the shore Wnts of CAdb^ro iSay ia il^r- 
hapa the best plaM" tb see some spleh- 
dl« samples of native SMwths: Uie 
CM^k Street en4 of the 'B«a<;on Hill 


tNf piald by ma'nSr writers. In "Our 
National Parks." John Muir writes: 
"In a few favored spots the broad- 
leafed maple growif tt> a height of a 
hundred feet In forests by Itself, 
sending out Urge limbs in magnifl- 
'Oaht Interfaiclng a(rehes covered with 
mosses and ferns, thus forming lofty 
Sky gardens and rendering th<^ under- 
woods^ del(g)t^ully. cooh . . , rAe 
broad-leafed maple is usually found 
In the coolest boulder-choketf colons, 
where the streams arc gnty and 
whlta with foa,m, : over which • It 
spreads Its bitenohes In beautiful 
arches from -baifk; to bank, forming 
leafy tunnels full (»f soft, green light 

t and , spray-fa vfritj^ homes . of the 

I waier>ousel." . i 

I JuU4 Ellen Borers 'speaklAg of 

i the br<^d-lea| , maple In : "The Tree 


iag^;c)f;the Blgt^f Maple 

with a straight, Inng rlaar tranli fTam 

14 Co >• hMllaa throttch. ooeaatonally 
of largar dhunet^r. Wood, Ana-gram, 
rather hard, , Ann, .'light-brown with 
pale tlnt^of red, of ah excellent com- 
mercial quality and aultabie and used 
for the 8an\e purpoeea aa Kaatern 
hard maple: a tint Iter tree of the first 
4mportaaea In the Paciflc region, 
whara aommerclal hard-wood is 
iwaroe. Liongevlty. long-Vved. the 
largnat traaa attaining an age of from 
IM to 100 or more years. Forest- 
grown treea from IX to SO Inches in 
diameter, are from SO to 8S years old. 

Son TbrMt, Golds 


Ramlln'a Wiur^ OO is • rfnM*' 
and cacctiva trcstment for sora 
throat and chest cdlds. Uaed no a 
gjrgle for sora throat it brinip qiiich 
relief. Rnbhad on the chest it will 
•ftun looaaa up a hani. deep sdatod 
cn«d in one night 

How often iprains. bruise^ cuts 
and burns occur in cver^ family, as 
well aa little troubles like aMUche, 
toothache, cok! sores, canker acres, 
•tiff neck, and tired aching feet 
Soothing, healing Wizard Oil wfll al* 
ways brtng quick relief. 

Get it from druggists for 30 centi. 
If not satisfied return the bottlt and 
get your money back. 

Ever constipated or have sick 
headache? Just try Wizard Livei 
Whips, pkatant little pink pilla, U 
cents. GuaraBUad. 

Rangu mnrt nf Aligfca. .anath of HU- 

tude »5. B. C. Weatem Waahtngton 
and Oregon, and California, aouth to 
San Bernardino mountains, B. C 
Islands and seaward side of eoaat 
range; rare northward. Noted Queen 
Chariotta Islands. Praaer River Vat- 
Vsy at Mtaalon Junction and Yale 
(inland llnUt). Islands of Gulf of 
Georgia, Vancouver Island (locally 
noted on San Juan and Gordon 
Rivers). Occurrence: Climatic condi- 
tlona similar to those of Douglaa fir 
(In Pacific range). Tolerance, endures 
a good deal of ahade during early life, 
requires top-light for best growth, 
dense side shade, produces long, clear 
trunks. Reproduction, aaeda very 
abundantly In the open, much leaa in 
eloee atanda." 

Tbe Voipe of the People Drowned 

All of ua are heart weary of end- 
lesa wanderings in the maxe of pon- 
tics, where mild reaervatlonlat and 
wild reservatlonlst. after starting out 
in opposite dlrecttona, now suddenly 
wind up together at the end of a 
tramp around a circle. Thus it has 
been with almost every great iaaue 
that has arisen: State^i Rights andsla- 
very, gold and sliver, tbe tariff . 
political snarl after snarl, in which 
the devil is beaten around the stump, 
public opinion becomes helplessly 
tangled, and the potltfrlans get their 
way for a time. Meantime, where do 
the people stand on this momentous 
worldwide iHKue today? Who knows? 
If tbe people themselves know, how 
can they make themselves heard? — 
Boston Globe. 


Not Aspirin at AB without the "Bayer Cross* 



The name "Bayer" identiflas tba 
onlj genuiae Aspirhii— the Aaplritt 
braaeribed hj physiciana lor ever nlaa> 
teen joars and now made in Caitada. 

Ahrara buy an unbroken PUoKaga a« -«*^ «» '" ..:r*'"''"T, — ;' ZZT 
of "Bayer Tablets of Asjuria* . niddi afaweoaU. Laiiar "Baver ' paekafsi. 

Tkem la oaly om A«»^U-^«*n»^-*«« ■»t any "••y«^ 

eoutaina proper dlrectlona for OoUa, 
Haadanha. Toothache. Earatte. Kaa- 
ralflla. Lumbago. Rhsunuitiam. «•■»- 
tb. Joint Pubis, and Pain senerally. 
Tia hoxes of 18 tableU eost tai 

nuy mmm, c— y « j <» — •»—*■•- — -— — — • — -r >w — 

Asatrin !■ th«i trsdo msrk^fiaSlatVOd Is Os»»4s) of Bsy«r Msnufscturs of Ml 
aiMUcscMMter of SallcyllcscM. Whn« it !■ w«« known that A«p»rtn ««* »■ B ayer 

^bsstlwi9«« wMt tasir gwMral tmde laaih, tbe -Sartf CrM»'* 

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Tested 250,000 Miles ; > . 
Three-Point Suspensioii Springs 
Greatest Improvement Since 

Pneumatic Tires 

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^i3Ur the -Koer fille Hoosi^ KumaltDlstrlc^ ' ^^ 

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/^VERLAND 4 has been tested aa no car 
A-' has ever been tested before. 

250,000 miles of mountain trails, desert 
land, heat, cold, mud and dust, demon- 
itrated the quality of every part of the car 
longf before we began manufacturing. 

This remarkable test showed conclu- 
sively that Three-Point Suspension Spririgs^ 
exclusive with Overland, are the greatest im- 
provement in riding- comfort since the intro- 
duction of pneumatic tires. - . * * 

They protect the car from road shocks 
and prolong the life of every part. 

They enable the wheels to hold better to 
the road. TKcy give greater o^m- 
fort under all roaiT conditions. 

They do away almoiit entirely with side- 
sway and rebound which twist and rack the 

Diagonal attachment of the Three- 
Point Spring at both ends of a 130-inch 
Springbase gives the steadiness and smooth 
nding of the heavy car of long wheelbase. 

- Equipment is complete from Auto-Lite 
Starting: and Lighting System to DemOynt- 
able Rims. . , — w *.^.. 

The longer you ride in this car the 
better you will like it. Come and see this 
car. Ask for Booklet. Overland 4 Tour- 
ing. $1195; Roadster, $1195; Coupe, $1845; 
Sedan, $1995. Prices £*:••. b. Toronto, 
War Tax included. 

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Eigtit Sites Chosen ..Where 
Martial Deeds of S<Jldlcrs 

* In Great Struggle WHI Be 
. CommemofB^ 




The Mission Closes Tuesday Nisht 

-i^*^:^-t\^t jm^ 

Many uAOfTlelal sUtcmMtU, -hf^f 
.be«n mad* of Uto r«««r4l«« tli* ae- 
Uon to be takon by th* C«nMS»n 
'Qovernment to ral«a t»t|Wri«M 
.mo^a worthy of Mm MMtal ,i«ftd« 
don* by Canadian' t^lara la th« 
Jpnl^t atrimria. It Jf ,ther«roe» Malt 
'that an .official atataoMnt of tba ptt- 
MQt poalUon of atfAlrg would aUml' 
jnat*^ mlauadfrstatidliic.- 

It ahouid rim b« TfeofBlaetf .tluit 
all arran«»mj»iiU irl(h >nK«rMUM ta 
tha acqulaltlcm o< alt«* ./^ A)»iiortal« 
to ^^ranea. pi>Ifl^In. »«A a<li|r. <k«- 
•tm of war Uiw to pfmifit^vitimi* 
^^^Ml of tbw .Brttia|i,Bftm^ pvUfta 
JCato^rlala Cftmwlltaa , (S5J ^^i^^a^t 
^#f tha ChBwrnmeQta condimadV *ho 
dedda wi)«ther tl)« ftppllc4^l»« will 
cUah w|«i any ejajfi by othar unlta 
or foniMtlAna and. wke alao laveaU- 
;Vft«.tli« vkildity ofi>X9 claim./ 
: It lia»Vti««n theucht In aoma'tttar- 
Un .tm^-tlM C«i»a4nan Oarwinpant 
haa ahown a certain decree of laxity 
la aee«ptlBv offara of land. On the 
©•fetrary. however, the Canadian Obv- 
raraaient was the first to aubmit de« 
plana to. the BatUe Bxpleita 
Memorlala Committee fof aitea for 
battleflel4 aioaierlala. Further, the 
pUina mbtnltted .wna the first to ro' 
eehre the approvaa of -tfe* committee 
In their entirety. 

It may hare be of liitet««t to five 
a Hat of the altea which have been 
applied for officially >n<i approved 
by the Imperial Batqt Bxplotta M* 
meriala Committee:*— 

J. 8t. JuUen. ', ;. f- 

t. Coaroelette. 

y O b ae rv ategr Ridf ^ (Se^cttyyy 


sKf/|ioo reward for Information that will , 
icftd to the arrest of the ^lon or ptrso^^^l, 
wbo destroyed my ftimiture and hoti*i5,4H 
139? Hockland Avenue, on of about June 25, ♦» 
1919.; .-^v ,:.-^' <^:-:'^:'^ 

Also iM reward to the pereoii or pii?^^^ 
tons who will g^ve. information that will 
lead to the conviction of the person -or per* 
sons who did the dan^e above referred to^, 

All information #1)1 be treated with"^' ' 
•trict confidence. 

W. H. WILKERSON^t ; ' ;, 



WnpipSng Papers, Paper Bags, Stalioiiery» 

School Supi^iet- 

Our W^tl|»|: TaWets, School Emo^ Books, ctcr, are made 
la our own Factory. Patronize "B.C Made" Goods. 


Work 1>9M 1^ Returned Soldiers 

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Give Us I Trial 

Veterans' High-Class 
Auto Painting Shop , . 


" % Urg«st i^d M^ UMbNDsb «ho» tn Vietorli? 

Pkaoaat Skop, I eta 




now is the 


to place your order for 
that Scries 20 Excelsior, 
Henderson, or Cleveland. Orders wjU be filled In rotation. 


"Th* Gyck St9r« lor Service" 
S92 tti 884 Yalas Stnwt Vietorii^ B.C. 




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4-lb. Tim WagsUlTs Jam 
I-IK CUmw Jan jEhnpteu Manftala^e 
^•lb..^nba Cowan's Cocoa ...^...:.....^^ 
4-Ib. Ttaa Marmalade ...;»^m^4^ 


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4. Vlmy (HOI 14«). 

6. Paaachendaele. . •' .j-^ 
4. (^x .ih«tw—n cats aiS Ln 

7. Oury CDrooourt-QuaMlt tiaa). 
, I.. Boyrfon Wood. 

<ilO^«t«1 H. T, Uugbim. C.M.G.. D.8. 
I^O., ndito^ttite racantly returned to Eng- 
land from Canada, haa tiie Canadian 
(Dtareata In hand. H« attended a 
oorifarenee at Ottawa at which 0«n- 
eral Sir Arthur Currle, the Canadian 
Corpa commander, tha Hon Martin 
BurreU, Aoting Prime Minister, Sir 
Qeorse Perley, Canadian Hlsrh Com- 
missioner, and Major-Oeneral the 
Hon. S. C. Mewburn, Mtnlater of Ml- 
UUa and Defence, were preaant. At 
thla maetlaa it was decided not to fix 
upon the type or deslcn of memorlala 
which would ultimately be erected by 
the Canadian Qovernment upon the 
eiaht altea selected unt(l titles of the 
property and permission to build are 
obtalped from the Qovanlm«n%* ooB> 

Colonel Hnchef haa proceeded to 
France ahd ^Ivliim to oomptota the 
anrveys and make arranaements to 
secure the Und and obtain the titles, 
and a preliminary eatlmate of 9600,000 
wpta authorised by Parliament for 
the erection of memorials. 

With the approval and oo-operatlon 
of the authorities at the War Office, 
the representatives of the War 
Oravea Commission in Bruaaela and 
in Paris have been instructed to ren- 
der Colonel Huvhes any aaaisUnca 
that he may reqvlre, and both tha 
War Off lee and the foreign Office 
are slvinv such aseistanoe through 
the Chief Engineers, General Head- 
quarters. Krance. and the British 
Ambassador at Sruasala as will un- 
doubtedly much faciliute matters. 
The Belgian OoVernment, with their 
characteristic generonity, have ex- 
proased their willingness to do all 
they ^n to present the sites required 
for Canada. 

. ..It is understood ttiat the 'Imperial 
aithOrities,. have .under consideration 
tl|e erection of a memorial at the 
Menin Oat*.' Ypres. This, however, 
will probably take the form of an 
ImiMriAl menikrial as distinct from a 
Canadian memorial. 

Several letters and articles have 
been published from time to time In 
which reference has been made to 
proposed Canadian memorials. These 
appear to have caused mlsunder- 
standlag owing to the introduction 
of the question of the collection of 
War Trophies for Canada. Tha two 
Bubjects are entirely distinct and the 
only authoritative statement that can 
be made upon Canada's activity in 
securing sites for battlefield memori- 
als is that made above.. .,' ; ' , 

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35 mil9»<(o the gmlhn of gmaolitte 
13^500 miles to the aet of tiree 
Stk-pet cent, elower yemxfy 


Vr d ermaot For Hie FkiuikSii Gir 
CSeotenoi CM Its \(^ Usability 

'■ r Wbea SKUofiiii todbiy •» ff$smk owaen 
aiing tlieir otn wheaever tnd whenfer it 

Sw noia'spipiiMiK and 

{■^ TUilt'Oaaal'aMaflri 

itig die k^GfiMed biq^ el ftiakUa Qui this 
HnHBAmv^ )MiaHPasiptliilfcfrDm 
oae ^8ft aaoHwr tltH iOf nplicM old trooMci 
with Maafcf trwifcfca ipin laiML tlMci it a 
dMitr 48$a8d J wa M ttSi «^ ^ ^» ^^^^ 

tad macticiftr iJI pMm, afm mtik 

FNakfia Otr Affefaaeca. "tiwgr flMlte pooibls 
Qie QKf-vbBt^t^^ttriiobf Iha aMNioMRarHnoaai - 

eau&iictfoa. a^poBasa vBT' ' #>vhmbss aa^ttM su 
9itx tiie opaasg^e*"* ■*<> •.:^X',' 

ihrrnf thn f llljlir tT i r Jii l 1%"' fii '" ^ fr ' r h *> 
«!' faaiiae.:^|ibMa ii'l|i»''-«U wM!isii»ia 
j^sakua eooBOBB||p» 

: We invite Inqoiries gs ti 4iu tffd retordt dT IH v: 
remarkabk-ustbrnty; ind ecoifoaiy cff Ibe FltokUa (Su 
under aH eMiti|eii8 knd in all plHs 6f the country. 

We w^make amnj^ements for the demonstration 
of the cti ft yeni* convenience. 


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Vlaw|na^''<piMM . 
wiNNiraOd N«v. T.— <::iataike . of 
Ukralnia to ffjaBOtKltion as an inde- 
paadent rfMMIo will be presented to 
people of Wlaalpac and Oiaada at a 
conrentloa! t» im ^eld Prlday. Novem- 
ber SI. b:f tike . Uliralnlan peepla'a 
oooaell ef CaaeA . wlilch haa iU 
taaadqnartdm la Wtnnlpec. Hepresen- 
Uttrea of iMa l^umaSao mlaaton at 
Waahingte# Wmjf^ iinena tha «p«ak- 

WASHrtTOTOM, Hov. 7..:-ttanacon. 
tinental aerial nail ratttaa wUl b^ as- 
tabllstied in tha near fatora, posatbly 
as early as Jaoiianr I. Otto iHraaar. 
aecond assistant jinaiinaatM jMiaral. 
told the HojMa Itost ofBee caniaiHea 
today, Addlairlhat tM iaipartme^aieo 
eoatemplaj|Wjia iHw^jBai} routa to 

dues hid otMr^d Mi*' 
and other faeQlUea. 

aaaiber of 




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Tikf 'Clisctrcts'' for Your Uver and Bowtis tad 
>^^i|l||i;p ae<r, Che^ 

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wH^h wtthaut 

^ - 111* ^ 

n 'it^ «B«faa .or 
f apUMfil %tarays by tak- 
ing Caaeareta oeeaatonally. Tlajr a«t 

fH»tBc or taaakMtfaMau 

... w*»a 

Weakly Order*, Noveber 8. l»lf. 

1. Special dutym'en for Lord J? 
licoe Ball, (a.) The guard of honor 
win parade at S-.^0 p. m. «n tBe 
lawn in front of the Empress Hotel. 
Dress No. 3's,' Jerseys, iflthout gaK- 
•rs. (b.') AJl other special dutymen 
will parade' sharp at S pt tn. on the 
lawn in front of the Smpress Hotel. 

2. (i(.) On, Tuesday, November 11. 
the aiiarterd'eek and both sub-dlvls- 
i^na wRI pi|ra4« ipharp at. 4 p. m. 
at tba ,T.M.C.A. 'Tpr afrDnniina. Cb.} 
On Tttesd;a]r. NoveiMMr li. the main- 
top of both aab-^visloM vlU parad* 
sharp at 4 p. m. far fymnaaium, 

^wliKsh win b« fpUowed bf vwlaaotlna 
pairad* at 4:4S p. ». ce.) On Friday. 
No«%mbar 14, tha feratap aaa fare- 
«<Me of Vbtti 8ab-divlal9a^ will par- 
•da at *it9 p. m. aharp. for gym- 
aaalOflA. at the T.M.CA. Thla wUl aa awtmmtiit parade aft 7: If 
p. m. aad parade will ba dUmlwed 
at 7:41 p\n. 

a. AppUoaUooa artU b* received at 
tha ablp's offiaa, from those boya 
wlahlng to take advantage of tha 
mwal ISrltiada-baaketbaU prograanma 
at the T.M.CA. 

4. Dre^ fpr all parades to T. M. 
Ck A. OMllan alaUiaii^ and manlaa 
ahoea eeaipiilBaTy. Note: No boy wOl 
ba allPiMa Iota tha SjrmnaslBia wltK> 
oat rpnnlng ahoea. 

I. Saturday. Noranber II, a«tll 
a n a dMii ia w a wiU parada at tka adal 
wharf, H.M.C ^>ookyard, Kaqnhnalt, 
at itia p. jn. tar tint parpoaa of pra. 
caedlQt an bfrartf VLULCJL Ratabow 
for MMruatiaaL 4lr««t]rko«t vtt «aka 
oft. rattM* aaaalng dowa lata to tka 
imp il fc i a %» #aaia "ai tha after. 

a. Oenaral farade. Both aab-dlv- 
Waaa ar» ordarad t« parade ea Taaa- 
«ay. N4Pvanibar tl. ItlO. at 1:41 
p. m. aa tt* y » afc ttemm m raaraC 
tka amriNii IBMai. aMd tvSl 

7. Noticea. (a.) Band 'practice will 
take place at tha Connaught Bea- 
m^n'p Institute, Buparlor Btraet, 
Jamaa Bay. at 7 p. m. on Wednesday, 
November 12, 1919. Bandsmen are 
ordered to parade with instrumants. 
(b.) Signalmen m«^attend a special 
class to be, held in the new ahlp'a 
office, in the basement of the Pem« 
berton Btfllding, on Broad Street, at 
4:30 p. m. on Friday, November 14, 
1919. Tha duration of this class will 
be 40 minutes. 

(Sgd.) W. M. HOTHAM. 

Lieut. R.N.V.R., Commanding Of- 
ficer Victoria Division Boys' Naval 

Jaaaea Bay Sab-dJvlalim 

Weekly Orders, November S, 1919. 

1. Tha following ratings are struck 
o^ the strength of this sub-division 
with affect from th« date aet oppoa- 
Ite their names: 03, McL«ughIln. A. 
B.. 80-10-19:64, Oosse, J., L. «.. 7-11- 
19; «2, Llnd, F.. A.B., 7-11-19; I'Od. 
Christeneen, O., A.B.,* * 

'2. The following recruits are taken 
on tha atrength <^f thla aub-dlvlsiop 
and are rated as at>le seamen, and 
are given the following numbers: IRiC 
Whltten. H.; 166. Whitten, B.; 1B7 
Btheringtbn, D.; 168, Touag. C; 169. 
Kelser, E. 

8. Orderly petty officer for the 
week: No. 41, P. O. Owan. P. 

4. Orderly bugler for the week. A. 
B. Archer. 




Haye Year Prescriplimu ll^ip^ 

'Tested IngMdMOtB 3cii>nHflcally 


vOur import order haa just arrhr^ with a larga 
selection of different pieces to choose from. See 
our values before you decide on adding to your 

Brushes, Conba, Mirtort, Manicara Piecca, 
Trays, Powder Boxes, Hair Racaiveri, Jtiral 
Boxes, Perfume Bottles, etc., etc 


We carry a %jm gteek in 'CreaaM. Taldnns, 
Toilet Powders, Toilet Waters. 

Mdme. Fsyari 
Na-Dm-Co yaiiifhih 

Fsyard's Cold Cream 
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Lady Mary Tslcttin, 35e and 



Lady ICary Powder 

idr Mary 

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(Sgd.) W. M. JIOTHAM, 
Lieut.. R.N.V.R., Commanding Of- 
ficer Victoria Divlaton Boys' Naval 


Weekly Orders. Ntfvambar 8. Ifl9. 
1. The following redrultk, are taken 

en tha strMaMtaprOill xph-dMrMm 
with*afCiitt Vf^lSBU^ 4$t0''htiA ara 
rated ag albia«4ii#Sr4*d>4iva aivaa 
the fMlawtng jlHnmm: 4ti, MAille4, 

w.:','f*i^oaia; w.t in. y^SSTau : 

waak, U'S. isMalar. O. 

t. brderiy bugdar CM tka waife. p. 
O. aal4ar« a., Mtor «t. 

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Year's Work in the Caspian 

' Bolshevist Fleet Rounded l^p 

Th« narrative of the werk of j Mie 
BrIUeh Naval Force which vm aent 
to the CaspUn Sea In Au»uat, 1»18. §■ 
particularly Interestlns end Inatiwet. 
Iva. After a year's acrvico avalnat 
the oonfllctins element*. !» thoee 
water*, the hoetlle foro«<li were effect- 
ually ourbed, and ai^ •fficient floUlU 
was handad over to^tlva Avhiaane, and 
ahould ensure for t^etoi Cta(.conUnu«< 
command of that; ee^.' . 

TWa Cuplan 0it>*^.)n&'t^trt> Im- 
provtswl without the h^l» «|^.tey eiltc 
*bl« dockyard, and i«Mei*|NfrCioijlarly 
diecouraclnv coadlttom (n rasarfl t^ 
■upply and comaiunJea^ioni. Onrt in 
b«ln». however, the force •4o'tckl»- ae- 
■♦rted it* powar. and i>roved thaf "the 
Brttlflh flotilla eomroanaa ttie Caej>i. 
an." ah Mr. Churchill eaid a few 
moatha afo. In m BP««ph on the Ru«- 
■lan eltuatlon. Aa waa promised by 
Mr. Jjntm In 'the Britiah Houae of 
CommatM oil July JS. however, the 
British 'peraonnel ha* (>e«n wiilutraw^ 

oontia^t oirali^ttaily atrttck the Ca«- 
Pt«0 at 'Vhaell. in m aouihweist 
"co*her, on AHeusl-t\ and a few d^jra 
latrr went on to Baku tp IfM' the 
•imilltary portion' of the ji^edltion 
under General t>un8terv)tf«. 

Baku loat and Hrcapcored 
< The oondlttona ^talnlnc at Baku 
form'' a apecimen of the chaoa 

disorder axistina>ln many other lltt««iaa«b veaacla raady far action 
^tan,<itiea/ut Out preaeot tima. 1b«v !a«ulpment of thaae vaAaeUi wi 

before tha Winter aeta in. arid tha 

force oreated by them baar be«D J^and 
ad OTfr to the Ruaaiana, Who fcre 
now auffidiftntly well orcanlied to 
take oyer |ta- workln*. 

It wta itvsn the P^rinan Oulf tHvfi' 
aton of the Baat In^lea Ikniadron that, 
the fir^ 1%'^r for the C^plan waa, 
obtained, '^^pmmodore Non-la. r^iM' 
mandlnc (K^ division, with Lteqten- 
ant.Commahder Richard Hhrriaon, R. 
N. R., ptnd <• men fronj tl)e Tirrla 
Vunboatfl. Wft Bayhdiid o'h Juljt 2«- 
tiHI. on their %ii)-uiUp^^outy\ry. The4r 
purpoae waM to forth' part of a tiori- 
Jolnt navaf and mlHtary axpedUlon., 
which Waa to exerclae control of thfe 
Oaaplaa S«a^ aaaiat tn the dafenee af 
Baku, and piravent <he Turkish Army., 
than eperatlnv In the bauca'n&s, from 
croaalny to Kraannvf^yk, on the eaiil' 
em share ,of the Caapian. The Com- 
modorara pfcrty iooli wUh ttieiA lAfeV 
***" W»* l»wo^lz.j>oun(||spj^iUMt^ 
limited atQ>ply of ammt^nttlotn. That 

l^inan, WM.Iein/ bealese^l by t^aTHirka 
fad M» dafentee waa In tb« hanoa oi 
the nuaaU^na and Arntenlafts. worfclhs 
under.a myltitude of coKlaiiaeeii. all 
havfny aiifple power of obstruction. 
The principal committaa was in naml- 

anl'coptrfl of the Centra Ca*pl Flo- 
lla. » gunboiat force formariy be* 
loncinr to the Imperial Ruaalan 
Navy, well aware of Ha o^o atrenfth. 
the only organixatloh poaaeaalag 
heaiT rupa. and 4»tiurin{UMMl ,iM>t to 
all^w any rival lyival force to appear 
on thie Caaplaa. The Armenian po|i- 
whUlian, ^ekiominv the Britiah. de- 
ct«a1ro4 Uwi there waf Ho iiiMd for 
them (the lArmcnians) to fight any 
more, but the Ruaalana. though ill 
'diaetpUned, proved to be iha^o r 
ateir^er material . 

"' All property in BaUii. However.: wa« 
nationalised, and cauld no(. be . ex- 
por'^ed wl|hrfut' the permia«lon of this 
i^i^rlAua 4!i)^mttlee«t no 0iipa oovi)d b« 
.taken up to be armed, by the Britiah, 
"and no'woHc |i|jttw«<l to ht> d^ner in 
tk« dockvarila^part from othef con- 
fllettirg littonuitis IriL'ihe oUy. the Ikiv 

'l^r^oPMlatlQiv waji In^^nsynM^^y 
with t6'a:4»rai^n# filrlta. and. inaUt- 
ad^ttyvti^ tpif aysttm «f the ,|Mta«-, 
the British headquartera were fre- 
naently 'stuMled;' la Pat-sla^ u whli;h 
ih» BcUJa^ Jooked i-Xok. relnf orcen^enta, 
t^e i^ttathm Wa'a ^rrltldu, anil «ui»pll«B 
and- ,m«n weia , Held up : 6|^- tha tii^d 
frpre Baghdyd 

^tieinirtlas eomaatteea. Within 
week the ateamship Kramer 
to become his ftagtfitp. left for Kraa- 
aoyodsk. oii the vaatem eaaat of" (lie 
CfUplan. . with four flaki guna Utihed 
oh her upper deck, and with tte aid 
of lAe railway workahopa and a e«r- 
tuln amount of material at Kraano- 
vodak. the British aet to work to o»- 
ffanixe a flit Ins-out base and arm 
c()t1Aln 1palto^ant sMpp. In contrast 
to those at Saku. the local aommlt- 
teea \fere' eaotroiled b.v PreaMant 
Khua, a 'vIMMg man wiih Kngllah 
aynipathlea and antl-Bolahevlat. Three 
weeks after the fall of .^aku the Ven- 
tore, the flrat, properly am'ed ship, 
completed her can trials, and t>y the 
end of October, Ml*, there were four 

was caT'T 
'sled out under the orders of Bngln^ 
eer-Cbmnoander O'Docharty, whp was 
awarded the CfM.a. in May Miat. 

The fhrat laak of the nawly organ* 
ked flotilla, waa to recapture Baku. 
A conf^r^nre \7tth Colonel Bttohara- 
koff resulted in the Ceatro Caapt Flo- 
tUla Jo^nlnff with the Britiah for thla 

purpose, and an expedition :of 17 
vessels, probably the first ever seen 
on the waters of the Caspian, .arrived 
off tha town 'pa November 17. l9lS, 
when the Turks evactuited. The con- 
trol of th^ w^kshopa and oil supply 
at Baku was a creat advantage, and 
wof-k was. at once started In oryanix- 
htg i^e derelict dockyards and eatab- 
'tahlnv a shipping control under 

■leuteimnt-Coloael Brown. I.W.T. By 
vhe end of Noveinber there were elsht 
British armed me: chantment ready 
for use. , 

Meantlnie. the Centro Caspl Flotilla 
remained at Baku all th|^ Winter, 
sleadily- d^reaainy in discipline and 
efflclen«y. Colonel Bllchar»ko9 had 
left, anij^, eventually an officer arrived 
With ordVa to pay off the flotilla, but 
he had lY^lther' funds \o,do this nor 
force to oomp*l ihe <irewa tp^ leave. 
The British Commodore, therefore, 
issued an.; ultimatum that either he 
must carry out the work or withdraw 

the Ru8a(an tfoopa from Baku and 
leave the \eaaeia to be 4iaarmed by 

. It Wkii tinden these condltlona tKJkt 

encountered many transport dlfflcui- thf Turks alt^cketfl- and captured 
tiee. A 4.1n. »un waa nearly th« limit a»ku on Bop^tmber t4,> 1»1«, and* in 
of weight that could be lAken an a ^retreating to KnceU, wljlle Commo- 
ferry, aqd in many caaes It waa found dore Norris lost the use of the docks 
that roads were non-existent. <rha |.an0 workshops, he also waa Hd of the 

bptfet.'^ «'*•'* 

for :yaw Jbsthra^ 

^ i I^OOIR^! Wallif Enamdf Bowl! fiibr qr 
y. ; r ooufte you want them alwaya i«ady fbr -in- 
•pection! Gold Du$tJ<i«vrdi;bi(tluwi».wW)^^^^^^ 
, Military sparkle becat^ it purifiw «i ititliQ**^ 
•u«hly cleanMt. I^, bring^.a wondeH^^.tj^ 
deansing to bowlt and 'drainpipet. Br'tatrtoi^ 
keep a packafe of Gold Dust in your bathroom ; 
rrlljindy for fre<m^t b«tl)ro<ni cl^aningl 

■ -^ Look lor the Gekl Duet Twins «mI the 

».- ». .^ * 



'.Llhe BritlsKk A portion of the flotilla 
"^v^^ijrlbfoitr-imt of-th« port,- wirTm-threui 
of being sunk by coastal motor boats, 
which ^d been brought , overlunU 
from B^'tum, the veaaela. were all sur- 

Sea and Air .\tta40(8 -■,«, '■ 
On coming to grips with its main 
task of clearing the Caspian of hostile 
craft, the British flotilla first cruised 
' to • the northward to observe the 
movements of th« Bolshevist ships re- 
ported to be bfsed on Astrakhan. It 
was found, however^ that the latter 
had a aouthern baae at Staro Tereclt- 
naya, wjKh a view to controtUag the 
oilfleldaat Kronai. The firat encoun- 
ter occurred on December S, when 
the Britl^ vers?lB Zoroaster and Alia 
Verdi wer« attacked by three armed 
vessela aaoprtlng three transports. On 
the I^rltliah replyirw. the enemy re- 
tired/ 'and^'a running fight ensued 
hits being observed, but all escaped. 
Though in a sense disappointing, 
this incident proved , that a moral 
supcrJority had been established. The 
enemy were superior in numbers, 
speed and gunfire, but were unwill- 
ing- to accept action. Their trana- 
porf^ bgd. been Intercepted. . More- 
over,, which 'waa of importance In 
view of the faet^jiat, at' the time, 
meftinga'were being held In the Cen- 
tra Catml Flotilla at Baku to diacuas 
the' fdea of Joln'lnlr the Bolshevist 
forces at Astrakhan. Following up 
this encounter. -I:itetit^n&.nt-Comniartd- 
er. 'Harrison on December -29, with 
foi|r armed merchantmen, bombard- 
.-ed agd destroyed the ease . at .Staro 
Tereohnaya.^^nd captured the steam- 
ship. Alesgerie. This waa an* effective 
^ralie |u^. before the *A<irakl|iin haap 
became ^rosen over, the ice keeping 
the enemy vessels in port until late in 

The the spring of this 
year was, therefore, m\ich more fa- 
to^Tne'-to (he Vrltlah. in About she 
Imdntiia they, had re&ched the Caapi- 
^l|- BhOMs,- obtalped oontre) .pf'Uhe 
principal oil 'port and' other placer, 
reatored order among oohcilfitlng . na- 
"tniintlitlea.-^ afkd «reertad a' hava.l feroe 
which had remove^ . the uncertain 
menace of "the Centro Caai^i flotilla, 
aaacrted. It> auperioflty oyer the ene- 

i^ i 

gn t buy a suit or coat wi 
knowing who made it! 


...♦. ^ 

If you buy low*prioed clothes these days, you mu^ neeessarily ^t pcK^ 
materials, but if tfiey are wdl made diat is more than half the battle, anid 
j|L-^jirill ity a l oi^^ . way towards giving you value tor your money* ' 

Buy, if possible, the best It's cheaper in the end. 

yadflon*t!raft Clotfies beiu* ■■■■■■■ This label is a positive guar- 
the hall-mark of quality and ^^H^^^^H ^tee, from the makers, of 
everything^fhiey make has ^K^B^^H vahie for your money: fit, 
dieir braird label attached. ■HH^HH finish ^and thorough tailoring. 

/ -^ fc-, Don't fail to k)ok for its . ' * 







convoying troopa, and deatreyed their 
aouthern boae. »(/**.) ^', ; .' 

In destiny with the tnaln Bolaheviat 
force, they were assisted by the C. 
M.^.'b. and aisp by an air unit tinder 
Lieuten'aqtrColonel BoiyhllL D.8.'0. 
Thk first bombing raid by the latter 
was m*de op April, 21, -and In the fol- 
lowing month Information was receive 

4 .1 •ad, that the greatfr. pa;-t, pf the enemy 

■1 ■ i' • *.- — - t .; J I. *r - • — ' I I , III! i") ■ 

flotilla was at Alexandrovosk, where 
there, were seen to" bo five armed 
merchantmen, eight destroyers, four- 
teen small armed motor-boats, two 
gunboattf and other smaller craft. 

A determined attack was- nuide on 
thla. force on May 21 by Commodore 
Nprrls's^ftetlll|t. which pressed on up 
the harbor under a heavy fire. The 
encn^y vfmatM .tcjok refuge behind 
bargea and atoreships, rendering aim 
very- difficult, btiti as the Brl«"^h f're 
became more effective, the Bolahe- 
vlstg set fire to. their shlpu. A few of 
the latter escaped tjp the Volga, but 
In t<ec^nnals8an6ek made afterwarda 
at Alexandrovak If was found that ,t4 
vebgala had .been d^royed- Oqod 
work was done Uy the , aircraft; five 
bombing^ raida bejng carried out in 
one day. by ' a aiagle seaplane work- 
ing from a aeaplane-carrier. 

From thla time the enemy's nava| 

_.,.-, . .,. pew*"" was deftaiitely curbed. Such 

^y.^vdisela.-'Pi'evented' the latter troni of his veeaela'aa hod escaped were 

; . 1*" 1 

.J iftju^i 

chllla cause him to penplre or shiver, 
but without any sensation of cold or 

No Sense t>f Fatlgne 

No sense of mAacular poaltlon aeema 
preaent. and the man says that he can 
not tell whether hia arms or logs are 
moving or. not.. He has no sense of 
fatlghe, and the only way that he is 
made aware of falling. strength after 
prolonged and violent effort W by his 
falling to the ground. , ,.>• 1 ' ' 

He is unable to .find hie naae, with- 
out guiding his tiahds-by sight, and 

If he be moved about when his eyea 
are closed he is ignorant of the faet. 
, All notion of amell Is absent .Even 
fuming nitrlo acid waa Ineffeotlva 
when atrongly Inhaled. 

The man is mentally aound and 
rather above . than below the averaige 
of intelligence. . As a child be aftpears 
to have had a alight sense of touch, 
and he dates Its complete disappear* 
ance from the time when he had an 
nttack of yellow' f ev^r In Bangal at the 
age of seventeen. His sigHt and hear 
ing, however, seem, to' be normal. 

AgrmuMl la Sc. 1M^ 

CUCBfeC, Nov. 7~Tlia large freight 

steamer Oermanlcns. Inward bomiA 

for Quebee and Mnntreal, la tea' 

aground and making water on th< 

reefx near Bic. The wrecking reaael 

Strtflhoena left here at I o'clock thlf 

morning to aaalat the wrecked craft, 

-wblo|i went aabore In the anowatenn 

Wedneaday morning. The eargo waa 

damaged, aad the .veaael liarsalf 

j alao damaged. ^ 



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-"> has meant io Canada a new 
basis of milk supply— and a new 
high standard. 

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you can, secure a fresh, rich inUk' 
of wottderfiil oonv^pienoe. 

A niilk that is always the same 
In purity and richness. 

A milk that meets all your needs. 

' Is - cream 'orimlkaa^^o«t>d^sin. 

Can be used for wfamping, 'for 

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dudi is CaniatkNi;\IIiHk. U U 
fresh toA<^milk evaporait^ to tha 
of cream. 'Kan add 

water to ge^ the degree of rich- 
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groceries, you can order Cama- 
tloB -Mllfe iTheVyrpc^ is the 
Carnation MilLman. You ' can 
order several cans-^-or a whole 
case — Carnation keeps. You need 
now never be caught without milk. 
Directions are on eveiy can. 

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rendered Immobile from want of oil, 
but ^ g;, constant^ w^fch was necessary 
tn vfew of an attempt being made to 
raid Baku to obtaiti fuel. The air unit 
ak<o continued to attack Astrakhan 
aad'dther, bas^ oh the Lower Volga, 
so -that the BolshevtsU had the 
doubtful choice of being bombed Id 
their own harbortf or coming to sea 
to meet the .British flotilla. 

It waa at .the end of July that o^- 
dera were received tx> hand oveic the 
flotlVa to tl^e. Rusflans. but before 
doing so Commodore Norrts cleared 
out the enemy base at Asshuardl in 
th(>. southeast rprner of the Caspian, 
where a ganboat'was captured, two 
merchant Mhi^s released. ai\d a large 
haul of prisoner*. j^nd arms made. The 
fTotllla afte'Hrarda coivered thie mili- 
tary evacuation of Baku on August 
S4-2S, and was handed over to the 
Russian authoMtUNi at Petrevak. 



Klztnuirdlnanr i^ris DIrrrt .^ilontlon 
lo One Who b« Clalmctl .m if«iwt ■"l^' 
RemarkaMr Man in World 

Nothing more serious than mumps 
was the cauae of a Canadian soldier 
being diacovered who i« claimed to be 
the moot remarkable -ipaa In the 
world. This is an ^nquegtioniiblr con- 
ctiilklon to be drawn ..from u. descrip- 
tion of. the ' estraordlnary warMsg 
given la Tha. Lond^ Lancet. 

The man'wha or%inaIfS' a Breton 
aailor. He emigrated to Cana«la vlght 
yeara ago. and enlisted in the Cana- 
dian amay. iaater he developed mumpa 
and waa aant to.'g; mt^tary hospital, 
where his remarkable qualitiea were 

It waa observed that the patient 
waa a well-developed, powerful-look- 
ing man of a very cheerful. evetT tem- 
perament, good aalured and far re- 
moved from the neurotic or hysteiieal 
trpe. But he waa found to t>e almOat 
entirely devoid of sensation. 

lie la Inaanalbia to pnln. and. haa 
undergone seriotia operationa without 
any anaeathetic. HIa body la plentl- 
fally atrewn with acara of woundo and 
b«u^ that he hof inflicted on.hUnaelf 
for beta or to aatonlsh the onloakera. 
The anther of the aocouat In The Lan- 
eat telle of aeelng him hold a burning 
■latah against the akin of hla arm and 
than ptek off the charred fibre. He 
hmi^ never aafferod from heaehache. 
toathnche. or pain of any'athar dea- 

The patient peoaeaaea no aertse of 
(MMh. Ue cannot feel the grannd with 
hla -feet, and baa to control hla mevw- 
saanta by eight. 

Het eannei diatlagvlah between heat 
or cold, whether in' the le mp er a tnre of 

food or •< tk« wmUmt* gttS r«f«r a«t 


See How They Look Wlllwtut M^ 

// SMemtnb AppmmJ h'j^igk Daitkl AuBtortH 

.f''i:_.'' if 

A T^n-Day T«be of 
PepaodcQt iss^sit to 
my Jpte re ste ^ per- 
aon. Sendthedpnpoo 
lor it See for! your- 
asir whet tt does. 

PiMlMUrns w iMt abUMd 



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(MffAiaO^ NEW 


»rt wlU«h comM *pf . • 
pollU4in altteftol'fti Ontarto betw«Mt 
tb* dto^ed Farmers and the Labor 
party qted not disturb anybody much. 
W« ^4iot mean that the report is 
-$ial^^Mm$9-to ^prova^true. probably it 
ia 'iMnwt enoufh; wa mean merely 
ttoC'4il»*Ulance of the kind will not 
pj^baMf hava H»y laatftMr aAwt In 
•v«n lAvlncl^l poIiUdi. and that the 
•afly «#llapae •! It. ^Fl|l«lk 1« «liW»t 
o«rtai0. will help to clear the political 
air. All allUniMi »f tlt# Mp* <|pn a»i 
Ua'laaMlir. <or reaaana irblch wa have 
VnyUmy ovtmrnt BM«el|^,_ tMt 
•oma ¥t the baJrie Ideaa of the V.F.O. 
a^ tlra Liabor party are Irreconclle- 
abie. ttven the present reported alll> 
anee It only poaelbla becauae the 
arfna< If a provlnoe, with a limited 
letUilaig^e Jurisdiction. In ISMAinlon 
pellti£not even a beclnnlni of auch 
an'al^i^ce would be eaay. The Ideas 
of the farmers an^ the laborites would 
clash M onoa In aoma vital respects. 
: ^s t^ Ontario the (ovemment of 
tVa ptfvflnca must be carried on, and 
the U,P.O. are entitled to hava t^e 
igfialn Miy; but as their elected repra- 
■entativee do not constitute a majorlUr 
of the Iteri'lature, they can not form 
an administration except with the 
si|pp4]ij^t of one of the other parties, 
or of $.1 leaat a number of the mem- 
bers 9( M|« or. o^r of Che other 
pwtkM; and probably it Is better that 
they should And support from the 
LAbor partr m * a Whole than 'from 
ea tt erad membara of varlolia parUea. 

plo vovarnment baaed upon an alii- 
lUMse between Labor and the farmers 
WQl likely lait tony, but it will Ifkely 
laat lone enough In Ontario to re- 
veal to both Labor and the U.r.O. 
that moat of the defoeta of soTern- 
mants are not due to "poUtlclana," or 
to the party system, or to patronace. 
or tb eapUaliata and corporations, or 
to any athar of the favorite tarireta 
at. atttator0,^btti ara doa to huoMA 

Xbm fumara and tba labor man 
will dlacover that no government they 
ean produoe will ha ahla for *rriflMTTr 
to make any more headway ayainst 
the high cost of living than any other 
kind af government, nor able to re- 
duce government expendMure to any 
material extent, nor able to slave- 
drlva an underpaid Ctvll Bmnrkti, sor 
able to eliminate |hv»rlt)«m and 
"fiull" from public l[«tlan. nor abfa 
to ahow unerring JudgqMnt about 
current problems, or uMUHi^ft tava- 
eight about the future, tor al>hi to 
hire for public service the best bralna 
in the country for one-quarter the 
money which private bualness la will- 
tng to pay. 

And when thp farmara and tba 
labor men com* to ra^Uaa all thla 
mora than they do now, Canada -will 
be the gainer. Atty country moat ba 
tba gainer from a ganaral realisation 
by Its people o| th« truth th«t; no 
government ean acieompIUn ml^aelea, 
tbat all human govemmaiU inuat 
naoasHuity ba attaoted by b«iB«a 
IMBltatlona and waakneaaea, and 
dominated by cauaea and eftacta Whlah 
no alngltf or tooal gwaramant caa oaa- 
tral. and tbat qritblac la ta be gained 
by preaching that thla, that, or tha 
other |>ubllo evil or public shortcom* 
iQV or public danger la due to th« 4«. 
Uhbrata action 6f adma special matlgh 
oi^ ilalBtar Inflqaaea bidden aoma- 
wkare behind th« poUtleal aeaiiea— 
lit alaag parlanea, to aoma vtelowi 
"Jjjjjj; to «*• <•»«•.••— OtUwa 


By F. Harvar In Tha London 

The "ym- 

f,- going up for a fav 
and Aeaeaadlng with 
hto h««lii l» •« whirl, la not a good 
aobjaaC «ra«a whaia M ohibia bo Im- 
preilow ^ wbatr tha ■■ — ll »n> of 
flytaf raaSy nre. Bat new w« hava 
fagnUr travellere vpoa tha aarlal 

la a»y, tnMa aa long ag« aa 
SS, thara baa b«fn * 1*-^* 
"air aapreea" tnm X<<mdaft to JSarla; 
and eaoh day, While thcniaaiHki of 
faet abeva BottlAfn^ t>MM pt a — e ra 
of tba "alrwi^f^ bitva gaaad oat te*m 
thair aabtfi wtn4ow» taA aaia th* 
»*.»• p.m. •%*• agpraflT from Parte 
to LoaAon flaab Into vlaw .aa4 M 
thao IM btliaa aa ha«r. wbirl 
into the imbenalty •€ aifi^. 

An« ihaa* "aJrWi^ travallaik; «e- 
serfblof mora or leaa •tvinM$. tha 
senaatlana th^ have ; axperie^eed, 
provlda ona ift l»«t with datb from 
whteh to an«|r«r the oufnlon: *<Wbat 
are the ra^l i<>lna tl e n a of aerial <tra> 
valT What 4^ Vum padi^a wmmitr 
faal Who ara.tbMbtg th« tttAV a| 
eominarolal flying and pavtag tha 
war tor thoaa tmvailani <tf tha tiftnra 
who wilt atep. ««tta ta a mhttar of 
eowrae. Into the aarlal mall from 
Loii4m> to Xaw TorfcT" 

Though liiaturAlTy there are ^xeltp- 
tlons, they merely prove the rule; 
and one may certainly say now that. 
WbM tha iMaaanger has taken, hia 
geat and tha eabin hag bees dtped, 
the first seneatlon Is one of aoma 
little mental dlaturbance — of Just a 
tinge of apprebenaion. /There Is a 
•ort Of a "Now I am in for it" ftelr 
Ing; *hf)o going back new." 

Then comes the Immense and un- 
iaaUUar roar of tha angina; tba 
moverhent acrose the gronad: tha 
r1«a Into tba air. -And then there <!■ 
a very curious sensation which la 
maf0 f*»«tp»* .Wie^paawjogar bas a 
feeling that he » In aeme peculiar 
way responsible for the balaaoe of 
thg machine. He faala-ha aM 
move In case the whole thing might 
poaatbiy upMt. fik harOlr *arw ta 
draw hia hriaCi. 

Bttt thla sansB|l9n ia «ohr taoasaat^ 
ary. Reason aoon suggas^ that tha 
Maehlna Is flying upoa a parfbHiy 
even keel. 

thao a«niM g grftat w«va of hitar- 
est and surprise. The earth la seen 
from an entirely pew vifwpflnt. It 
givea an axtraordiBiary aUnaa M faa^ 
elnatlon to alt and look dowa upon 
the (ringea of I.on4ci|> aa thjnr yapa 
aWay ^alow. giving pUce tb the. ..ha- 
glnnlngs of the open country. - As 
one passenger scribble on a pad and 
handed over to a fellow traveller, the 
roar of the fS0-A.p. motor onhtag 
conversation difticult: "To-dajr S am 
really seeing )BngUad„*' r ' 

Nast th«ro iM m feaUfg of exhilara- 
tion. Some paiaent«m feel an irre- 
sistlble desire to break Intc^song; to 
chant some lilting melddy which will 
keep time with the drone of the 
mighty engine and the rush of the 
laaohtiio throogh th« oJr. nuMan- 
tally, ona may mention tbat it prover 
no Inconvenlenoe to the other travel- 
lers If the tempUtion Is yielded to. 
There la too mnch noise for them to 

' And than, aa the first hour goea 
by, and the aircraft sweeps its Irra- 
aistible way above vast map-like ex- 
panses of land and sea, there steals 
over the aerial voyager a sense of 
Immense security; a sense, aa mora 
than one traveller baa put It. that 
abaolotely nothing untoward could 
poaslbly happen: a feeling tbat there 
at last is the positively ideal way of 
travelling — ^hlgh above the imrtb 
with Ita obatructiona and posslbta 
dangers; up thousands of feet la tha 

iiBatiatM bitto, 

More than one experienced trav- 
eller has said. Indeed, that he baa 
had less feeling of any possible risk 
Wttaa In a 100-miles-an-hour aara» 
plane than when in a 60-mlMa-an- 
haar train. The ImnMtnso spaed ' lA 
t^, air gtves no sensatioa at all of 

Aid then finally, Jugt as the jBiir> 
nay ends, there Is sometimea a feel- 
ing of drowsiness; of a complete re- 
laxation of mind and muscle. One 
woman. In fact, on arrival at La 
Bourget from London, waa found to 
bf very soundly asleep Indeed. 

Tho soporltio affect of flying la 
often spoken of by pilots, tt la the 
aame s^rt of feeling — only more so 
—which ona eneoantars In a long- 
4istahee run In a Motor-car. 


By l>aal Bawsh^r in Tho London 
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It is going to le a vary di'tflcuU 
matter to prevent espionaga, for with 
^the davoiopment 6f aviation «ero- 
plajiss Win be able to sUo in and out 
of lMg:laad unnotioad. IBven the most 
atrlbgant r«galaUa«ia will make it 
dtfflQttlt to prevent unauthorised 
flights Over prohibited ar»aa. 

In tha first Blue, a foreign ma- 
ehlne wtth Ao dlstlngabihlng marks 
«an dellMratiny fly bv«r harbor*, 
arsvnab, gnd forts and can take pho- 
tographs at wni, eapeelally on a 
6lwHh dgjlr, when it will hava a good 
ohaao* of maklbg good ita asoapa 
Wltbbtlt abfy ohie to its identity ever 
being discovered by th^ authorlUea. 

Mgo h l m o with markings and rag- 
IMrbtMh nambars of some third 
ooniUry. with a hosUle crew on 
boArd, may blnnder ov«r forbidden 
plboes AMparanlly ty aooMeat, wMle 
tha gidned otiaerveni Make rapid 
BSObtot botaa of all tboy nee, and. 
whan thoy land la obedlaMoe to 
groand slgsttlo wlii ^rotaad to bo 
dull-wlttad >soadHioiy|aas ar Dutch. 

At nmht tub Oinasa o< aa un- 
frWadty P sf l oa«d frognently 
an rdlialalJaaa^ Of over tba 
thsgr 'sHob st to lavostlgate. 
povarfol yaraohato O^rnm. and 
laahe aotaa of.. tiM dIspDrttlon of 
or tha riOMStta<itlaa of aow for- 
lAiey oaald oasMy make 
aaiaovar ho found 

Tbara ia no doubt tbat a natloB 
datarm:ned to qpy by air will be able 
to do so la aa«h a way that tta gvlU 
•ttA.bevarAv drhrM- ha«»a witu a«ir 
sf t s i sty. gpflgb walls and gaarAed 
M l r a^o s m UM imt guaraatae tha ». 
omftf of gM^odkysfd; nor «•• armed 
OOft U^s avtd barbed wira tenee* pro- 
loat' ft fott. ▲ ■owNfcHog irno sysi 
m4 Into the world of In^ataltlveneaa 
Mdobsorvatton. The maaaei ot tfM» 
iglM hi evfrylbUw will always be 
ft am j abovo roMMMr Otnik from bo t aw. 

JTaft a% daring tba wsr, ri^Ka 'n 
it garb were (Iropped behind 

air to I 


JurpU dare not let Cannula's Prai||erit]r Indicatoi 
^ slip back; you must keep shd^rms: it forward. 
Every dollar added shoves it over that much nearer 
to Continued Prosperitya f ' , \r 

Great Britain is prepared to placi large orders in 
Canada, but she is temporarily unable to pay cash 
for theme > 


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Canada can get these orders if sh givesGi^t Brit- 
sun credit Canada can give this credit if yoii pro- 
vide the money to pay the workers on these orders. , 

You if^Il provide the money through your pufchase 
*of Victory Bondse / .v 

Therefore the nlore Victonr Bonds yoix buy the more 
orders Canada will get — ^the more money there will 
be to distribute among our wofken^— the more mohqr 
there will be put in circulation for the benefil of alL- 

Canada's Prosperity wiU be in proportion to Can- 
ada's purchase of Victory Bonds. 



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.There are only 
^fostA! ;;^ ghove the indicator over into Continued Prosperity. 

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gather iafOnaatloii lOr ooeoTal days 
until a prearranged night, when a 
friendly naacblne swepv down and 

Isadad at aosaa aaeloflad 99f€ tm hear 
them home ogaln, di inht wUt Inuni- 

r* bo Ohl# ta rbleaaa In a 
gOBtia Mkln ov«r oMMlbt fligUnd 
tbalr aioot iaggiiBW oon-et orrAice 
■MB. Thsas SSOa win send their bi- 
lormation botne oy commcrrlal ma- 
aMhso of tholr own nationality 
Whoae navigator* and pilots ara nader 
tho - M g» 1lil ai i o OC tlMl» Oovara- 
meirt. lYia a g oate will thOaHelvvs be 
frtchrd bonif, wh«-n their work la 

dowa thrsugb tMa atarllt 
to a hold ia tba aunneso at 
tba rtght 

TbU la a dieflenlty wbleh it will 
aever be poeslble to remove altogetb- 
ar. No dotttt aome men will be can- 
tared; some machlans will tail ta 
asaka gooJ their eeeape. Otflaial 
p iot ^st a wtl! ^. made; oonrtaeiw da- 
niala v<lll be retxmal. Mr.titt*mc, tn 
tba sky the unandint esplonnza will 
ba earrfe^ on day ml .ilglit, mgfM 
and day, for wl**) the adven: of the 
aeroplane maeb of our aeeurlty haa 
depar**<), muclr of ojr se«re.-r ts aOw 

Obo of ba aoeldenta of war lad to 
a vary aonvlnaMlC pfoaC o< l|» t^ 

marfcahly high standard of 

engtoe^rlng wOrk. A 

nig £ai«pUne waa daHvorad hr tha 

maker^ in BeptaAibhr Itlf. Md l»* 

madiataly put inta _ 

a boay period of war osrvloa ft 

foread to land la UmmmA. 

waa latamad and thi||iM| 

bought by tba Dnioh 0« 

giaee tben Dnteh aCOowa 

It eontfauotialy, bat ft febO 


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ShipibunHihg th the UnTtecJ States^ 
Belief in Standard Types 

4 wUh Hhlpbutldtoc h«y«^r»<mit> 
^ >t«o lara*4 In tlip IfiHtftf BUtM. 

Tfe« one Is a ipfel^f kmut of tke 
ir«M1y Journal "8f«4|^.up" to oo<n- 
fMiiorate the M^cond aim^voRMry M 
t|m (rifiUa* of a coatrset £a>»tli« oev- 
Mi»«tl«n or »9 atrWetunl ■!«•» Mlbrl 
A1|M by tM fMbAlMlp* »mC 

tton. of Ne%h»r¥.>*^>'<?^JM 
ner Flett C^rpfHi^ ' (t^ 
later a eof tr»«t unlii ' >liMi«<l 
toe ^ further 100 filpa,) The ottiK 
Is (he atnoal report tftt /tire XMr end r 
•4jrune l« last i^t _ the AiAerloalk 
MMitliMlns Compf Q)r. ' ihfift ■ thsfie 
«#9rtaklnKs have latpty been.bulia- 
h^r »hl9a on a larfe scale-^he ooe 
nttn New York ^nd the oth«c at 
various plants on tf^ Grett La^iMt 

Oa Septemher 14, .•%*\'l,, Kewifirk: 
Bar'ahlpirard was ^1^ *• awamp, an- 
^l^rbed. as the editor ^^ "ipe«d-Up" 
««»rMses It. '1l>y 4»r or. n<ftlt. ««W 
for the occasional •toot of 'a tug In 
tha'b*/ or '^« baaa M^^^f * |tto» 
In.tke rashesb" A natnlUr.o^ attract* 
iiniLVtlcles in "l^ed-tfp*^. hy tkie 
cUM officials of the oompany tie-, 
the work > whlpl) h«« elnce 
earrled on at J^iMrArk »« M*- 
«ed by a f arewetr iq^siHMP from 
Mr. Edward N. Hjurjtey^ kitn. Chalr> 
tnan ot the United 8tikt«^ imipplnr 
Boafd. Mr. Henry R. Caraa^presl- 
C^t ot the Subniaiine IBkqiiftt Cpri»or«-> 
twit writes that purine the last Ifi; 
MWi^hB th^ cM>mpuny has lauiiched 7t' 
lilUiq* at the Newark' Hay shlpysi^d. 
and ' has ' delivered SS completely fin< 
Mad. The constractloti M tifc jrard 
wi(ii orivlnally 'a kr*r measure, fut 
the president of the oerporittlon 
yn(\^u that it Is tife intention of the 
ieaadtPAQX to make the shipyard a per- 
m^^nt iihlpbulldin^ plant. He states 
IHm the corporatian "has received 
liiwierons Inquiries for ships from 
rraiiiee. lUlr. Poktnd. Tnvo^Blavla. 
a'bdj Norway, from South America, 

i l M I S I ' 1 I I ■■wrt t r' n i ,. , ■■.«. j-T . 


ttlld ships ander our plan in 
eoppetttk>tt- with any shipyard in iho 
w«Hd. . The sUel Is eheapar to the 
Unfted ttatas >han 'la any other^un^ 
try, Sfid oar prodyction is laore effl* 

' . a«Ttar of Ijktar 
'Mr. Heanf l^ Sutpbea. viee't>res|l- 
dent jof the 'company, with whom the. 
Idea o( ahlp fabrication for N^ewark 
Bay ar^laated. dedaree tliat "the 
staadarilsea ship baa oonte to sta)r.' 
aild win be recodnlsed, as paople he- 
cotitie better acqdalated with the pro- 
duct, af the niokt *#|«len« t]^ «f 
.shlpi to own and operate. He main- 
tains that 

"With the hi«h wsg»a Ip thd pM^. 
ed Utates. It ftkrobi^ more aiu|, '«nd«s 
neoSnrsary in t^ vAitofw to>< aBiptoV 
fyery known^^ mtVfulA and da«rl#e to 
fsave untne e tasyr fobor. and only by 
the- manufiwturint methods that Mfc 
follow •In btiMinr' ehlift win It ha 
'p(Malbte to eaoat^iat' ^(H oheap^r^ 
quicker.) 4i)d WMer thdn would l^e 
peailble by' following the o|didhi»«: 
bufldlnv pi^t^-e." , ; ., . ^ , 

. Mr. Beverley It, W^fden. th^ -very 
Hiuio^BsfiM ■feneraF manager, writ^.of- 
.'thf diffictlltles Involved In the clones 
fi;om war odnditions. whan "hasteand. 
more halite were the irapeltlnf mo- 
tive" ' to aWpbuildlnd in times iaf 
'p<)ace. -Tl^'e '. support of tlie stern 
spirit of war neceeslty;is., be points 
out, now lacklna.' but the ambition 
•to'bo leaders In tbo'work which they 
have chosen wlU ca*Ty ail ct>ncern*tl 
tbroudh. The rtalted States, he tifeyii. 
"mdst and sheU surpass In th» buiirt- 
inv of Ithe best and cheapest sbipn. 
arid we' mast and ^tiaW be leadem in 
this, our own counMT-" • ^'. 

Tfaonojmipli Records , 

The enterprisInK spirit which t>er. 
yades the sHipbuildinB <>stablishment 
at Newark Bay Is indicated In* an ac* 
count of the development of (he yard 
Which Is belnff ensraved on a phono- 
Haep ehlp which '""is^ 



Mattar hew laa/r ar how i ad » 
>ar dninlA toduraa4(Kat » 

Will glY««alleif iS V £S» 

Kk Mlaa Mllaraa. ▲' trial paeka«« 


I m rytasMilUf.. Mental 
f>is SI l»0» ^ i<ld|sl . to plate wfay^. 


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delivered by the company Is equipped 
\ with a phonograph, and with the ma- 
I chine go three records, one In Eng- 
Ilsb, orte In French, and one in Span- 
ish which tell "the miracle of New- 
ark Bay.^* The special issde of 
"Speed-rup" hae many excellent pho-^ 
tographs of the plant and of the ships 
built. So long as th^ conutany is 
fortunate in possessing .^c > present 
management, who^warip tAai pi^eers 
of the shlpyard.i:it irni not fdii Tor. 
laok ot enterprise. » ' "• 

In the report of the American Ship- 
building Company it is shown that 
during the fiscal year ended June 80 
the company completed and delivered 
100 ocean cargo ships of 422,800 torn 
gross. It has yet to deliver 6S ocean 
cargo ships, of 266^00 tons gross. In- 
teresting facts are that the sum of 
|4S,S00 was appropriated for lands 
In <the city of Wyandotte. Michigan, 
upon which dwellings have been 
erected by the Emergency Fleet Cor- 
poration to liouse workmen. The cost 
of lands turned over to housing 
companies at Lorain, O., and Wyan- 
dotte, Micht, and the expense of or- 
ganising these companies amounted 
to $116,i;!l, which item has noMn 

nu Of ihg compaay. and n la sva««4 
. ih -tfiir f«tMirr"thM *Hie ta ia id '^mm^mm- 
thorlaed the revision of all contra^s 
wHh the Uhlted States Shipping 
^oard on the basis of a profit of 10 
per cent on the cost or labor and 
material, plus a fixed percentage to 
cover over|iead chargea Tha lollow- 
fiTg " i'niereating ' 'paCsiiage rMpectlng 
competition Is included in the report: 
"The ability of this eompany to 
compete with foreign builders de- 
pends largely upon labor costs, which 
at the i^resent time are excessive, not 
so much on account of the prevailing 
high wages, ss ihp^ luck of individual 
efficiency 'and application. The cost 
of steel, coal, and Qth«r commodities 
Qsed in Shipbuilding Is much lower In 
tl(e 4.Tnlted States than In countries 
Where shipbuilding Is an Important 
industry-. Notwithstanding the advan- 
tage' of lower matf^rial costs, this 
co'mpnny cannot now meet the prices 
quoted by BrUlnh builders fur oceun 
cargo' shtpn, b«t kagfaoase advamtace 
In being able to .-Sitalc* eai^ deliver- 
ies* ' In order to> a«pure orders for 
oaean cargo , and. other shlpe. oon- 
stnkcHlon coats muat'be materially re- 
daced. and 'thU ciMt Only be brought 
about, throtirgfi Intscaksed indlvtdtml 
liroduction and greater economies in 

earlier Id (lie year Mr. Farr, .who 
to taeipgnlscd ivH ofie of ifeke. ablest 

^shipbdfUers in I ha United States, vU- 
Ited the ITnited Kingdom, and secur- 
ed first-hand Information us to ship- 

•buiidlivg conditions hi Europe.' — Lon- 

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^(&ur sldn 

IS a liviiifi' ortfan 

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Review of Work in Yards of tlie 
World by Technical Journal 
Indicates Great Revival of 
Industry " ' r >'': ' 

i vestment or other value. The capi- 
tal stdck of each company is valued 
in the books of the American Ship- 
building. Company at .11. .,, , y- . 

A View of CompeuUoH "• 

The financial policy of Mr. Merton 
E. Farr, the president, is known to 
have been one of limiting the p^o- 

Therc Is evidence that th« ship- 
building Industry Is developing satis- 
factorily. Certainly (here Is plenty 
of work to do. and aM that is/need«d 
is an increased determination oa the 
•part of all to ensure the maximum 
output, since .this is a primary neces- 
sity for -the re-e8tabllahment of in- 
duatry generally. Duritlfe^ the last 
quarter, according to Lloyd's Returns, 
tVS vifssel^ aggtegatfng 713,«27 tons. 
:{. wero;'oo<nmence'4: while IM vesse*l8. 
aggregating 41^,04^ tons, were 
launched. The former figure is about 
63,000 tons niofe than In the previ- 
ous quarter, but the latter In 112,000 
tons less. This should not be regard- 
ed seriously, as the date of launch Is 
incidental and does not Indicate pro- 
gress accurately. In nine months the 
tonnage launched totalled 1,121.378 
tons, The w^rk, actually In hand Is 
oVer 200,000 tcths greater than at the 
end of the June quarter. One notable 
feature Is that the ships ordered are 
of greater sise. The number of ves- 
sels on hand is almost exactly the 
same. 781 now as against 782 three 
months ago, while the tonnage is 
much higher, 2,81t,77S tons as eom> 
pared leith 2,524.050 -tons'. We are 
dealing only with merchant ships. 
There is considerably more work on 
hand In this country than at any 
previous period in th^ '.ilstory of ship- 
building. The highest point was 
reached in March, 1913, when tha 
total tonnage was Just over 2.060,000 
tons; It dropped then., to 2,000,000 




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wnn vnu wonc id pannk 

The liMQCy of jnour aldii 
d epm dioo how it woriv 

Ipfonr Ak Mft^Mppk, fi<M b 
testBW, briJUMt w wlw t <y%>ii 
to owij io Mt whoat 9fm imc tipaci ic? 
If aor it i> ain^ily ia hi &m£i^ hmm/ 
■tncr comPdoq n whkii 

pdccs MM wocktiig doivdiy, ^'"^V* 
Iking^ig ^ ifae <m1 iad tatklom. due 
Imp k Mft cmK iaibl o ■ < iffyi M t 
dw^^ uM.^FMte praQwtt gad sDoMBg 
it to boidie. * 

, Alt if (ir dciMiapea, fMiriiciii 
'kxJu timd,d«ll^jr ic Iad« ^coior 
and frmhacM jrou tMold UlB>it to 
Imwc — dienyottani be auic that it ti 
not functioatag ycvgnAf. TIm pen* 
•re not doing didr wock— dw liria 

thocao^Uf , MM in ttpta iMMari dies 
ia oold. Whenever pomibU, finish bf 
nAbim> the fare with a piece of ke. 

Uh this cicatiBcm regularly, and 
bc6(« long fou Witt noiioe a matkad 
ia the tettbre of jro^ 

your ilcxa fi^. diji^ aacaids widi a 
fisor </ior apd drf caicfiilljr. \. 

Tliis tMitmciu tMdt Woodbury's 
danati dia pores gendy aad thot^ 
oa^gUy and jKiaatdaies the fine mus- 
cnlK abics of yout skiai giving it 

You am make your ikifi 
finer ^a textuve 


i( N 11 1 niK 1 »<u 

How to foote a'dul!, 
sluggish ikm 

This coaditioa cia be relksad 
your complcnon difa be made {fes ncsh, 
dear, and oolorfbl as fou would like 
tohaaejt.: For eteiy d«^ foordda 
diangBs — dw old skbi dies aad aew 
akJB oIbbs ks p^e. Bjrdw pnpcr 
tw anmm jaa, en idhiwla^ Ms nem 
Mia 'aMfca H tmttHfy ftuMHt^ wxo 
ne a khy iMmnal acinriQr ytwrf aa give 
it fredncss aad color. 

To oonect a skia ditt liaa benoate 
dull aad sluggish, use caaey aight diis 
•Bcdd tteaOMat wid» Woodbwjr's 
radal Soap. 

Befbta ledriag wadi four Acs aad 
■edc with plca^ of Woodbttty's Bsdal 
Soap aad wum watsr. IfyeurdciB 
lias beea badl^ fugkaedtnibageaer- 
Iathcr inoeo^ghly iiiao dia poeas^ 

Do this uatil die aUft 6ah I 
aensidve. lUaaaWU ia w«m water, 
diicatncald. Whaoevarpoaadile, cub 

Vecy oAca a atda lades beauty from 
IM> odier fiualt than a gradual aMtscn* 
a^ or Xi ttstttfc. Tais oonditMn« 
tbo^ me a n s due your slda is not 
wi nft i wiin g peopedy. Tha poccs do 
aot ooacnKtandcspand as dicy should 
-^-aad as a ffaault they have beooow 
aalaiftd. Your sldn has lost die 
aasooch, ficie look ix should havit. 

i^onc sBBi mpeiaas aciottc ooccccfr 
aig das f nc|a i i ii w u A tnoeck, finer* 
eekaced skia one be yours if you will 
g^ it rogukcly dM kind of tCGatBMac 
daac itt parciodar oeed requires. 

Tif oai^g this QMcial tccacncac fiv 
a slda dwt ia losiag iti fineness of 
tantMCi owity tuntt be fe e e tcticiiig 
dip your «Mh doch ia «aty wwm 
water aad hold ic eo your fin. Now, 
oIbb dw caks of Woodbuiy's Eadd 
Soapk dip it ia the water aad tub the 
cdftr ibrjf over your dda. Leave the 
ali^cnatiag of aoap oa fix a fiear 
Buantta nadi your taee fitda dtawa 
anddqr. Tbea daaipca the dda and 
tub dia aoap in gently artdi an upated 
aiidoaCHMdiBotlQo. fiinaedMfini 

%MKi|l traa tBKnis eo meecthecceds 
of oadi individual type o£ sldn ve 
givaa la the little booklet whicb is 
MNfpad esound every cake of Wood* 
buty's Fedal Soup. Rnd the crea^ 
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pceusteatly. ,,;, '. i 

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i^g to aaMta thorough and sdnulatiiig 
kiad of deansing than it has been 
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die deawn 6cling will disappear, and 
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t watui e ia with auch a aoii, dean, 
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aanie «a it leaves the refinery — a clean, high grade 

It providea friction-kiniiig lubrication for auto- 
mobile, truck, tractor and stationary engines. It 
doesn't break oc gtAn when heat and pressure are 
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caroon — ^ireaervta engine life and uaefulness. 

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kegs, kalf-barrds and barrels. 

SM hy gosd dsalift nmrywhtn. 


tons at the end of June ot the same 
year, since when there, was a steady 
decline until this year. Ten years 
ago the total was as low. as 800,000 
tons. The figures, showing the anor- 
moAs amount of work now In hand 
as compared with prevloup periods, 
Indicate the 'confldeno* of Brtttah 

larger Vessda 

We have remarked that the ten- 
dency Is towards the building of 
large ships, and in this connection It 
may be noted that there are 14 more 
ships exceeding 10,000 tons building 
now than was the case three months 
ogo, there being now six veaaals 
between 10,000 and 12.000 tona. 18 
between 12,000 and 16,000 tons, ti 
between 16,000 and 20,000 tons, and 
4 between 20,000 and 26,000 tons. A 
notable feature Is the advance in 
merchant shipping In the Barrow 
district, the toUl having doubled 
during the three months, being xiow 
seven vefisela of 66,295 tons SMlrre- 
gate. At Belfaat the/ total is 3^ per 
cent less than three months a||o, but 
still highly satisfactory — 87 vessels 
of 812.360 tons. There Is a large In- 
creaac at Olasgow, cqaal to 17 per 
rant,' as compared with t|M*ee . mooUls 
ago, there being In tha atocks in the 
upper reaches of the Clyde 171 ves- 
sels of 642,068 tons. In the tower 
reaches, however, the total Is prac- 
tically the same, being 850,246 tons. 
This also applies lo a comparison In 
the case of the Hartlepool dietrlct. 
where the total is 7t,8tS toiraf 1>ut' 
at Mull, .due to the increase in the 
building of trawlers the total Is e^er 
26 per cent higher, being M,82l tons. 
At Liverpool there is also an advance, 
reflecting, as In the case of Barrow, 
a change over from war to merchant 
wark. the increase on three months 
being' 28 per rent. Tha total lu>w on 
hand is 7i.036 tona. The Incraasejh 
Middlesborough is at (he rate of '40 | 
per cent, as cotnpared with three 
months ago.' the tonnage on hand 
there being S27.8e6 tone. Newcastle 
ahows a favorable result, although 
not so great as in other districts, 
the tonnage there being 688,800 tons, 
an addition equal to 8 per oent; while 
Sunderland, where there Is also a 
fair Increase, equal to OH per cent, 
haa 888.880 tons. 

HcHlne ta V. 8. 

Qlaodng at the state of trade in 
other countrie*. a decrease In the 
Amertcan figures is notable. Instead 
of 884 vaasols there are only 787 now 
building, the tonnage of these being 
8.47e.T4t tons as compared with 3,- 
874.148 tens thre* months ago; tha 
greater part of tha doereaao la on 
the Atlantic and Paelfle coaata. 
There has also been a decreaae In 
Canada, the tonnage now being 
SSt.48& tons tt« eoas\par«d wtth 84«.. 
8BS tona Ita-sv aseatba ago; ^t In | 

this case the decrease In Afie to work 
on the Qreat Lakes. , Most of the 
other countries - ha>ve increased the 
volume o( work In band. In the 
ease of .Deainark the tonaage has 
gone up from 67,7T1 tone to 88,074 

tons. France hap shown a large re- 
covary from- war condlttons, as 84 
vossals are now being built as against 
88, the tonnage being 174,786 tons 
as compared with 109,416 tons. In 
the case of Holland there has been 

an increase from 210,288 tons to 288,- 
042 tons. Japan has only one ad- 
ditional ship in hand, but the tonnage 
Is up by 17,600 tons, the total now 
being 299,600 tons. Norway, how- 

iiVfr, whows a large rate of increase, 
the tonnilge having gone up from 88,- 
441 tons at the end of June to 88,- 
941 tons at the end of September. 
Sweden shows an increase of 4,000 
tons. In Spain there is a decrease, 
the tonnage of Vessels building. (90,- 

706 tons) being 28,000 tons lass than 
three months ago. 

Largo Subscrlptlona at Klngstoa 

KINOBTON, Ont.. Nov. 7. — It waa 
announ'-cd today from tha hdad- 
quarters of the Victory Loan com- 
mittee hhre that the Canadian Loco- 
motive Company sed Queens Univer- 
sity had each subscribed for half a 
million Victory Bonds. These sub-, 
scrlptlons put Kingston over the tnll' 
lion and a half mark. . 






Kiddie's Clothes 

How to Malt* Them Wgar L^gtr 

There it itriogeat need of it, si every 
mother can testify, in these dftyt of 
mounting pricet. Well— -did k ever 
occur to you that hiirth, common tompt, 
tnd the ordinary rub end icnifai of the 
wAih boerd, break down mortfjelothet 
than are ever actually worn j out in 
use? Itt so.' We've studied the 
qoettion. That's whv i 

Sunlight Soap 

purest snd best ol sosps, was first srolved* 
years aio — to wash dotbea tfeatly jlMit 
thorovdhly, without rubbintf — the! special 
"SuoBdhi*' way. It's easy to do the weshio< 
yoerself if you — 

imt/9t om gating tk§ 5ed#jrg« 






Candle to the Devil 


Gypsy femith Says Enemy Shbukl Be Made to Pay 
to the Uttermost Farthing;— They Still Need 
Watching in the Daylight as Well 
"^ as in the Darkness 

"On thia. the flrat annivsrMury of the 
plcnlnv o( th* armistice," saya Oypvy 
Smitto, "we And the aermaiu Juat a« 
Rrrogaat and unrepentant aa in ltl4. 
I hop* the Allies will look upon the 
Peace Treaty aa the moat •acred' thing 
In the hlatory of the world* ayd com- 
pel Qermaoy to keep her part of the 
contract to the laat dot of the I4at 'i'. 
They will hot do anythinff unleaa they 
are forced to do it. They would hold 
A candle to the devil hinwelf whU* 
he ahaved. if they could ttt aaytbiAff. 
out of it. Tbay have ahamed th< 
aoul 9t a world and outraced the 
world'a conaeienoe. and X wHt aavar 
forcive them until they ahow repant- 

"ance. But they haven't done ao yet 
They blame everyl>ody but tbamMiva*. 
They atlll need watehing — ajad they 
need watel^inv la the daylllrht a« w«ll 
aa in tlM darknaaa, 

"Aco»r«lBff t« atattatle*. liMludlas 
her owo* Germany cauaed between 
■even and eicht mllliona of 4e*tfui lind 
twenty mllliona of caauaHiea. She haa 
laid the aieeda of wrath, anger and 
malice in nearly every konie In the* 
civilised vrorld. Kaohael l^^v^9•t^^^f 
tor her children. David la moani|ig 
for tha iMt Abaotom. Tutbinr iMinito 
axe weeping over gravea they hai*« 
never aeap, and little children are afk- 
ing for daddies who will never cohie 
back. Over all the world there are 
broken hearts. G«rniany should ait 
In aaekctoth and ashes the reat of the 
yeara and ask for nothing, except aa 
a favqr. How can she eicpect tint 

- natlong who have suffered to open 
their hearta and arma to her withihit 
aufficiant cauae and guarantee thaV 
ahe haa re|)ented and turned from hei 
ain — and turned from it in aiich a 

"Tiianner that, like one or ^otd, she wilt 
aay. "U I have taken anything from' 
any nikn. I reatore it forefoldf ' 

To the JjMl Tmrthbrn 
"If gha la atlll human at luMirt Mki 

haa aanae enough to think, she can 
only expect to be taken back Into the 
councils of the world when (rile ihaa 
put away the bloody thing and paid 
back to the laat farthing of her ability. 
She can never give back the <|ead. 
She can never reatore the ' broken' 
limba. She can never make well again 
the wrecked lungs, weakened by her 
poiaoned gasea. Bat if ahe ia human, 
ahe can show aorrow and do a great 
deal in diagorging: at any rate tadi- 
<iate that she is willing to rebuild the 
waste places, and cause the gardens 
of France and Flanders to bloom 
again witl) flowers of peace. In thia 
way, and in thia way only, can ihe 
expect to get back the oonfidence and 
reapect of the peopUa tlk* haa 
wronged.* •> ^ .■ 

B«lk»vo« Ih^ "Bojrs** * ' 

"Aa for the t>oys who have come 
back. I believe in them. I lived with 
them 'out there' for three and a. half 
year*, and I believe in them to the 
extent that I am eonflderit that the 
preaent wave of unrest and apparent 
discontent -in minds and hearta of ao 
many ia a phase that will pass, whan 
the boys feel that those of us for whon 
they suffered so much are prepared to 
treat them — as we ought to treat 
them — as brothers and men. Set 
that their -home life is cared for and 
that thay live decently. Not only see 
that 'fhey get a living wage, but a 
■urplua wage so that they may pat 
a little away. Every man. in my 
opinion, who will work, and work 
honestly, should be in that position. 
When they feel that I honestly iMlieve 
the unrest will disappear. Boys who 
were prepared to die for their coun- 
try will be wllliitc to live for her 
when they are treated as men and nel 
as hauls." '■*%■'•• • 

DeooraMI- fcy KiMt -' 

OyP*X Smith was decorated by the 
Kin« #lth the Order of the British 
Bmpira for distinguished service. He 
served with the Y.M.C.A. in Prance 
and Flanders for three and a half 
years., and worked with the firat, aec- 
ond, third, fourth and fifth armiea In 
front line trenchea and dugonta. 
"Th«e ia a lady and. gentleman liv- 
ing In Victoria at the preaent tima," 
sald^Mr. Smitht "whose aon, Heir. 
Stanley Keen, a Wealeyaa minlater 
of Kaglknd. went through the trenehes 
with ma one day. Stanley took off hla 
breastplate and l||M^ated .u^on me. 
wearinf it. I refused, but he aald he 
would not go unless I did take it. 
"You are iharried; I am not." That 
day wa went under barbed >firo and. 
were so (M6k# to thtf enemy at a' listen- 
ing po«t; within 40 yards of the <l«r- 

mans, that we could hear them talk. 

"In the beginning of t»lS I went 
home on leave, and whil^ tkerf js»*k* 
to the people of London on' the work 
being done by the Y.M.C.A. and raJjM«fl 
ISOe.MO. which waa paitf to ths V.M, 
P-A. The majority of the British boys 
were grateful to the Y.M.C,A. They 
gave Iota, and aome things had to be 
fK>]a, but I want you to MV^ iWkt all 
pHces were set by th«> ttUUtAiT M* 
tboritle*. Whatever profH waa Mafc 
was tamed bapk upon Cba kaini in> tike 
way 9( equlpmaat Tlia tnkiorUy «( 
the workers ware voi u a4(fc ry . Tk«v<. 
were many titled ladlek who did ex- 
cellent aervice and who kept them- 
■ehrea. Many ahurehaf s«v« up their 
mlniftarg tw apvaial asvitlhs. paying 
their salaries. .th« riiljl Jlarahal al« 
ways wantad t|M y.M.C.A. W« spent 
,batW4*n fMa|I.OaA »&4 4».00«,00<) . 
aacb year on wrttlML PMHtr I^POf^f - 
which was given to the bbys, Tha 
T.M.CJt. was ,4»o every British fron^ 
Irbree dayg aft«r JeruaaliM feU ik 
T.M.C.A. itaa 9^ti6Mbu^ ttiariu 

"Y<^ hear aometlmaa retttarks to 
tke etteot tbat'boya went to the devil 
in Wuiitm.''' I WaM to tell you that 

tbare mfifi tbOHMj»ds upon thousanda 
of boys out there who didn't want tq 
go to the Hevll alhd didn't. They tent 
there to dp #^ Mt 9f noble Work. 4nd 
they did it. s ■ 

' "After I ha'd been lecturing in Ba#- 
Mnd during my- leave, I receivM a 
lettar. from the Forelgri Office •ik|||» 
me to lacture In America. The Amerl- 
iffiRHa werd in' the war then, but a great 
jh^l 5tf 4Bpeedlng up w^ necesaarv. 
ahd the F^re^rn 6fflce wanted me to 
ib iB^ef a»d lali them tha aame atOry 
f>ha4 baan<teUfog London — to lot Iham 
k&QWtrhat their boys went really ^°r 
ing over tlMi«. Se I went, and in three 
mpftha.X'OllQke to 25«,000 pdbple in 
21 atatea.' At the end of that ttana 
'I went back to ISngland^ and they sent 
<tna atralsht hack again to Ambrlea, 
and during the next seven months I 
covered 60,000 atlas and apoka 360 
;:»^,_^ OormaiH Hot Stkrved ' 

'^ taave alwaya felt in my heart 
pornr that the Oermana hadn't had 
a' taste of what the Belgians and 
French had. I was In Charleaton 
speaking when th« armiatloa ynM 
signed on. November 11. 1 got hbma 
late in January, and received a 'white 
permit' 'and dM 1,000 miles In open 
oar in Flanders and France and up 
Inlo Cologne. ■ I was in Cologne In 
January, ^here I waved the Allied 
flags. I got the impreasioa that tha 
Germans were looking aa well clothed 
and as wall fed aa other people. I 
did net bolieve in their, cry, of )(ein|; 
)ialf-atarved. It was bluff. They were 
well dressed. Shops were well stocked 
aiitt the' paopw were buylpg . Tha, 
moat aggravating part to anyone who 
knew the awful suffering in the world 
was to see svery brick st^ndUig aa 
ifoon a#yo^ ierOaMd 'into QOnltian ter- 
ritory^ ■ ■'■.' 
*'They were being raada m <AMy te 
le. Every Oerman^^^floee waa. 
^ ^. to salute the Brittah officer. If 
Tt^i^ttd not, they were arrested. That 
pleased me immensely. 

"Just as long as I live I shall thank 
God for my three and a half 'years 
with the boys. I feel as though I did 
a bit of the best work of my life." 




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Race Suicide Perir Is 'Pointed 
Out by Sir Rider Haggard — 
The Western Civltotion Is 

The Iihperlal aspects of birth con- 
trol., as briefly reported by cable, were 
discussed by Sir Rider llaggard in 
evidence before the British National 
Birth Rate^ommlsBlon. 

Sir Rldar Haggard aaid that within 
the last half century it had become 
known that th^ birtli^rate could be 
kept down by artlftslal means, and. aa 
in.t^e aneieat allegory: Woman once 
ftiofe ate df th© frult'itf a forbidden 
ttee of Kno^ledgp. but*^4ltUi time 

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Many a Canadian Beiii^ ovm 
bar csqubita complexion^ 16 the 
Uie of "Qab/s OwA Soap^ 

k^ssldnhiQaittig flower-p^^ 
/ lather cleanses^ ledeshes, and 
preserves thitinoit delicate 


"ite Brnthr BtA(y ^mi Bmi hr You.* 




*»^jbic«'.«>«. «• . 

waa also a Tree of T>eath. In ekort, 
what i« called "raeefBUlolde" began, 
^t llrat thia practice waa confined to 
the upper claasoa', but now It aeemed 
tlUt it waa gradually' apreading 
through the whole community in 
every Western nutlon. and In one of 
them. FIrance, "waa In full operation 
with the result that there the death- 
rate exceeded the b^rtk>rate, which 
Continued to tan. 

In the eduoated ahd proCeeaional 
.cslaaaes many caueea combined to pre- 
vent increase — aa waa evidenced from 
the endlege number of "only aone" 
'kmed in tJM late war. The maternal 
inatlnct waa not highly developed in 
a eonsidfrable proportion of modem 
wom^n, nor waa the paternal inatlnct 
itlways atreng in men. tt waa not 
right, and wae never Intended that 
taVillBed eroman ahoald become but 
a breeding machine, but he believed 
that, if eble to do eo without injury to 
her health, and in the nbaiteee of 
other apaciai oiren m atanoea. » new* 
rted Wotnan In the OjOntve of her life 
should enrich the wetid by four or 
five children. Tite average in the 
classea mentioned wn« now but S.1S, 
theugh amena the miner* It roae to 

Mr XMler munx* m4« tnat Orant 
Briuin wm^M ke n-Mior* eo»fert»Me 
place to live In with a population of 
•bou^ f^ir nOUlona. bat what would 
happen to theih in the event of war? 
ladioUiioag Wars that in tte homo- 
]»n« the. T^w^Xktkin nronld eontinne to 
doereaee, wkllis In A«ke DoaOntons 
overaea. witbOttV tft4 aid of Immlgm' 
tion. it wonld not; at. die preoent rata 
Inoreaie t tmt ^ f, at'lMHltftini tho me- 
ervUdia^ «C t^a. BrltMli etoak. Witk 
the exception of tlaaala and perkape 
lOermany, the prMPects were alao dla- 
<|aietli« thronuiont tte W««wm 
tMfM. »«IAi ««•» im ailiiia Hmto 
waa anxiety -at ' leaat no far*aa the 
original Moek waa eoneemed. 

If In a leas degree, to^'the brave In- 
babitanta ^f Africa. 

Unleaa aome atartling fchange oc- 
curred, therefore, it appeared aa 
though withlh the next two centurlea 
the dominion of the Weatern race 
would ceaae, aa that of Rome ceased, 
perhaps before a new influx from the 
Beat beneath Whioh their remaining 
population would be aubmerged. 

£xtenalve aettlement upon the land 
would miUgate the evil, for there chil- 
dren were of value sto their parenta. 
but modem men and women would 
not aattle in quantity on the land. Aa 
our own experience and that of Aus- 
tralia showed, they preferred the city 
and the cinema. An appeal on Im- 
parlal grounds could be made to the 
conacienee of the inhabltaata of the 
Elmpire, but he doubted whether it 
would have much effect. He thought 
that the Conuniaaion ahould try thia 
expedient. / 

Xiaatly. tf It choie to do ao, the State 


The teeanlng nurrlntfa In the Beat 

Seat every woman conaMered RyO 
ahame to be tomren; — waHaied It fu" 
taea kar «vty to ksar aa awaur aMi- 
dren aa sud eOold. Alee tfle Boat waa 
overcrowded and hungry, and the 
Kaat waa Matritof 'Hm kfts af Imr m 


Art Yov Boweb 
Stagnant? HaTO 
Ton Indircttian? 

Wfco n a Qnar asr W^Wmf Y— 

Many a peraen eorrlee around In 
their agrataaa a eeaapo^ compeoed of 
katf»dl a ea t ea. pvitrtd, decaytoa foo4 
that the overloaded a'tomach can't 
got rUI of becanae of ooaatlpnUon. 
No wonaer that anaemia, blood 
raakaa, keniachea and rhenmatiam 
are ao common. No bettei\eure ia 
■H««n than DB. HAMILTON'S 
TSRNUT. Taken at nlghit. you're 
wn|l next nomlng. They floah out 
tlw arstaaa. aweatea aad. tone the 
lAonneh, Improve digmatlon* filter 
and pnrify the blood, reatore lost 
oami^xlon, gtv* vim, buoyancy and 
frOnat good health to youna and old. 
To look, feel and always be at your 


could stamp out certain terr^>1e aniS 
uduecessary olaeasea that directly or 
Indirectly tended to blast and aterlUse 
the race; could subaldize mother- 
hood, and, as a desperate, ultimate 
resort, d^ectly or Indirectly, could un- 
dertake the care and the uj>brlnglhg 
of all children according to their de- 
gree, even holding out a. kind hand to 
thoae not born in wedlock. 

Women to Save the -Sknpire 

At preaent he only saw one clear 
light among these shadows in the ad- 
vent of enormous numbors of female 
voters.' Perhaps if thia.vaat feinide 
electoratn ooald 'be toado - to under- 
stand the tacts in their bedrtng upon 
the future of the rkee they would, aa 
a maae. bring preaaure to hear upon 
individual aelflahneaa and' Itnorance. 
and therefore effect npproprlate 
changed in 'the attitude of the nation 
towarda this vital problem of Ita ln< 

He auggested that through the Preea 
and by whatever meana lay open they 
should appaal tq the women of the 
Empire to save the Bmpire. For this 
reason he urged the Commiaalon to 
convert itself into a permanent body, 
and. If neceaaary, aeek the aaalatance 
of the State In ita work for the nation 
and the Empire. 


^ TORONTO, Nov. 9^-Jth4 flrrt an- 
nual convention of - ttia Federated 
Women'a Inatitutee af Canada will 
open in thki city next Taeaday. ThIa 
federatlon.w hich ia . nnl<|oe la wom- 
en'a organlsationa, was - formed In 
Winnipeg early bwt .^ fttauner. with 
Mra. Arthur IfnrphK. at ISdmonton^ 
aa Ita prealdent Mag. Murphy will 
preatde at the convontlon. aad tho 
really national eharaeter of tho 
▼antlon la ovidonoed In the 
ono flnda on . the agenda^ 
lira. AnlU B. HaU. Qn i l ye a i 
Jean RoMBaan. Ottawa tfimaetij at 
Winnipet>: Mra. RMph BmMB, M«F. 
p.. Vaneanvar. and Mrs. AMkad tl)rtA, 
formerly - of Yleteria; tL C. %nt aeav 
repreaentlna the women's Inafllntda at 
Great Britain, which aba 
Jvrtaff tA tiMr.' * 

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Winter Walker 

W* f;-«\ llc«»bslloii 
Wr. — At • reoeot aeetlnir oif Uie 
O. W. y. A. Sk* errtter moved the" 
(ollowhiK resolution: 
* "TtuU the Vlotorle Breneb of the 
Q. W. V. A. ot Censda view the find- 
nJ«g of the PerlUmeatory OomftiUtee 
on 8oldi«r«' ClvU lU-eetabUtfnmentv 
ea reported In tbe publlo prcae, wtth 
dieietlefeotiOD end alerm. 

"The rejecUoo of propoeels for 
more adequate provtolon^for widows, 
orphans end other dapendente. the 
icnorlng; of the iuet oaiiua of <)iS' 
abled inon for a mort rtif^erous 
meaMure of oasiatance, and the re- 
fusal to aaelst tboae who sacrifloed 
their business prospects In orfler to 
serve, to re-establish themselves |;i 
aooor^anoe wtth their pre-war (itatuM. 
ts not 'in accordance with the Can- 
adian Interpretation of justlee. 

"The Victoria tfranch - la a solkJ 
unit in supporting the DQintnlo'o 
Command In any oonstttutionai aetioK 
deemed necessary to brins pressure 
tu bear up on the Qovemment^f' ^ 

The Tribune of November C wil- 
fully chuRced the last parecraph' to 
read; "The Victoria Brench Is a 
sbll4 unit lo eupiK>rtlnc the Domlnioii 
Branch as a solid unit In action 
deemed neceitsary to. bring preswure 
to bear upon the Oovernment." 

The difference between the »,ctual 
resolution and The Tribune's report 
is apparent. By eliminating the word 
"constituttpnar' th(^ actldo of the 
a. W, V. A. Is given a sinister as- 
pect, sunrcstlve of Violence. 

This misrepresentation 1m Intention- 
al. Tho Tribune's i-epresentatlve 
lUked the writer for the resolution 
and took a copy from tho actual 
draft submitted to the meetincr. It 
Is not a question of a "regrettable 
mistake." but u deliberate attempt to 
add fuel to the fire Hy IncitRtr re- 
turoed men to violence. It creates 
the Impression that tho G. W. V. A. 
have foresworn constitutional methods 
and will support revolutionary act- 

--9lie- whole -of the- report published 
In Tho Tribune U distorted to such 
an extent that It can only be charac- 
terised as O. B. L..— «ne big lie. 

Unforttinately Tho Tribune died 
one week too soon 't^ pesmlt the 
writer to give the lie direct In the 
source from which It emanated. 

H. W. HART, 
r. O. Box BOB, Victoria. B. C, 
November 9, i»i», -,...^;,„, 

iMont. As we have the moot demo- 
oratle party tn power in this Province 
at Um prsaent time. It should he an 
ea^ matier to oh*a«* . the preosnt 
luisatiafaotonr etoctoral system to a 
more democratic >oiml - and 1 beg to 
suggear the foflowiiif changes be 
made as •i-tif , M voasihie. - Manr 
agree that sO(di/atuui|!«s Mrs an' abso* 
late preaslag necasdHy. ^aa^ -itatist he 
made. « 

h Court offlfBlale to 9Mt en the 
Hat. every elector eailUed to be on. 
tbe lilt to be navfeed at leaat thirty 
days before polling day. 

2. The deposit by candidates to be 
done away with, and replaoed by the 
nomination papers being sl^ed by at 
leqst 5 per cent of the electors. (In 
the case of Victoria's SO.OOO electors 
U would require l.MO signatures). 

>. Halls for public meetings to be 
arranged fei* by the Oovernment. can- 
didates to Oast lots for roUtlon of 

4. All advertising to be done by the 
tlovermnent In the local press, where 
possible, or by an electoral sheet for 
each electoral district to be delivered 
to ever^ elector at least 30 days be- 
fore election and as often as required. 
An equal space to be allotred to each 

■ 6. Tr^jtnsportatiop to be provided by 
fhe Oovernipent for the electors.- 
- «.' Penalty for vlolatlop of the act 
to be dfsfranchlsemont and one year's 
Imprisonment for. «11 or any 'persons 
found guilty. 

The British constitution and Hag 
stand for a square deal for alL That 
principle must be carried out. If wo 
are to enjoy peace and prosperity. 

. #6 Boyd Street. 
, 45 Boyd Street, Victoria, B. C, 
Nov. 7, 1»1». 

HohMoTM' Ora4ulUpa.v> 

Sir. — It seems the soldiers wish to 
send a delegation to Ottawa to inter- 
view tho House, on a further gratuity, 
giving MS a reason nmny men sold up 
their horses, cattle, etc., at a sarrlrtce 
and went into the nght risking life 
and health, leaving their farms to 
grow weeds, and fences go' to ruin, i 


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Alferatlons, Qeanlng and 
.1. Pressing. 

Phone 6MS 

630 Johnaon ScrwC 


It's Simply 

. —the smoijnj^of wawr you 
^\\l ijet from your ciptliss 

' Jd yOM -teiid tliem--«v«i^ 
v«ck<r»(p thik modem huip. 
dry. *rry as. and. you wtll 
be tbe Judfc, Otir prtc« it 

IB Ihe. fW $1.00 

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Con . 

Wake Itp, Viotoptet 

m 81f, — In your 'issue r^of October 12, 
•i-ou were good enough to publish a 
letter of mlbe under the above cap- 
tion and in view of the fact that since 
that date various communications 
have appeared on the same subject, I 
am venturing to follov np my first 
letter with a -second. 

It was a great satisfaction to ktibw 
that three correspondents had been 
Bufflciontly interested to write and one 
alderman keen enough on the ouhject 
to speak, to say nothing of the multi- 
tude who seized the opportunity to 
.talk of the necessity of Victoria being 
aroused to a sense of her deflcienclea 
In tho matter of catering to the needs 
of the tourists. Up to tbe present, 
however,, as has always , happened 
when this siibject has . come to the 
front/ though Ink ha/ been sj^lIISd and 
tongues have wagged, nothing has 
bead dona. ' . '' 

M oritdVer, the only ' proposHIons 
which h«v« yet be«ti hiooted, with the 
exception of a swimming-bath scheme, 
deal with the intellectual elevation of 
our own residents by the Institution 
■of art' institutes rather than- with the 
needs of the visiting tourists. By all 
nferfns'.Wt- us have art galleries, put 
•let'uB ftjrst get tho money to pay for 
them by .furnishinjit. an amusement 
park, where the visitor will gladly 
spend his holiday money and send 
away for more. To do this we must 
provide those attractions which the 
cultured style vulgar, but which In- 
variably appeal to the holiday-maker. 
There may be nothing elevating hi y 
gallery of convex and conoavo mir- 
rors.. In an electrically shocked floor. 
In a roundabout chute, or In any of 
the numerous attractions which 
crowd the space In a modern amuse- 
ment park, but they arc what tho 
people who are "out for a good lime" 
demand, and. provided they are locat- 
ed in a bunding by themselves, they 
can by no pofwtble means wound the 
susceptibilities of those whose cultiiru 
forbids them to find recreation In Jiny- 
thlng but the super-reflhed. 

No plan for providlnir Vletorht with 
amusements varlod enough to suit all 
tastes ^n be submitted without n 
represei^utlve meeting, whloh should 
embraoe leading eitlsens of air classes. 
IS there no man of weight and sfand- 
Ing in the communltv to comn for- 
ward and make a firm sUnd for a 
mora progressive and aggressive tour. 
1st policy? The Initiative should, of 
course, lie with the M&yor, but. like 
OaUlo of old, "he cares for. none of 
these things." Tho Isla^ftd Develop- 
ment League is responsible for adver- 
tising the attriotlbns of Victoria 
broadcast over tbe continent; why 
ahvuld not its members be the llrst to 
put forward and aivOcate ttte policy 
of making. the olty a holiday resort. 
InMead of a port of call, to (he thou- 
sands Who pass through after a stay 
Of a oo^ple of days, having In thai 
• time exhausted all the recreative at- 
tractions of our highly "boosted" 
capital ? 

•m. « . J. C. RIVERS. 

The Carlton Cafe. Broad 8t.. VIo- 
torla, aa. November f., i»n. 

-k ■■ ••'■ i „ r ' J J 

^tnow of one cane «TOse at home WKerS 
a tenant could not be found, and after 
four and a half years' absence the re- 
turned man found, his house without 
windows and doors, and taxes still 
were running against his farm. Dur- 
ing the time he was away he was 
chared with up-keep of roads he 
never traveled; with school tax to 
educate the neighbors' children, and 
about the only concession he got was 
exemption from tax sale — only while 
away though, for now it is "Put up 
the arrears fj-om your sayings of 11.10 
a day and the small gratuity you have 
had." • The truth Is, the gratuity 
should be large enough to reimburse 
every man for his Shcrlflce. It Is folly 
for the returned mart to go again t.o 
Ottawa, for the answer has come 
from there. Rather go to each in- 
dividual member personalty and say, 
"What have you done for us? Who 
is to restore my financial standing? 
Why do you tax mh while away risk- 
ing my life and leaving my property 
to be plundered at home while meet- 
ing your foes abroad?" 

There Is no use pestering Ottawa 
as their answer la plain. It Is certain 
the home folks should not be taxed 
as a whole, because that includes the 
soldier and his relatives. When the 
profiteer has been allowed a fair In- 
terest on his Var-tltne gains, the bal- 
ance should go toward the fund to 
make good to the returned man, who 
has the \eards in his hand, or where 
he oan feaich fhem. =* Aik labor, nsk 
the relaUves, and he will find who his 
friends are, and they are legion, and 
arrayed against him Is the profiteer 
and his friends only, for the common 
people want to^see big business make 
good to the soldier first, and then 
■have no objection to be| taxed. In 
common with the soldier the common 
people have paid their share of 
tribute, be H for bacon, flour or sugar, 
etc. New York is ne place to hold 
Canadian sugar, Js it? 

1817 Quadra Htredt. 
Victoria, B. C," Nov. «, 1910. \ 

If Germany 
Hftd Won 

If Oerminy k«4 won th« war 
k4*« pMOli <if OiAadk woald 
iio(_k«ro /M ortton of lending 
thglr iMOgfjr «t IH per cent per 
iaiMny' ' Th4.*''fl«tort Um 
19<i .iywoU^^- ^''-' - '^-'"' 
AaaiiMMBi. . 

Tkia Spaea OomIM by 
111 l*amhaf«an Bandtng 

<Mw*.t««Maii* ■»— i<sei> iiMswaayi 

, A If ew Electoral System' 
8ir,->-Now the Dominion by-eleo- 

of the .political situation, particularly 
In regard to the socUl unrest. One 
Of the chief causes Ui the unsatisfac- 
tory, electoral system we have at the 
present time. In the by-election the 
fact that about 4.000 electors were 
•ot on the voters' list is not a safe 
siystem, and the way the polling was 
oandaoted leads to a great deal of 
■M8tf%st In oar constitutional sys- 
tem. We cannot uka soeh risks In 
these daya of unrest without reaping 
the resulta Our preaeot electoral 
system Is open to the charge of coa- 
trol hy the Interests such as trans- 
^«*J2*J?'* "*•" 9' ISOO.aoa of the 
: .JtJ^^^&f Companya funds, be- 
iMglat fo tW people, b^c naad by 
fraod. to debauch bot^ political par- 
tlaa and even the ^ae^rs themaelves 
with their owa money, which we 

interest. Thla eoBdUMs oi thing* 
cannot oontlnaa. : " i 

brings deatniotloarapoB oa. This Is 
"Jtlme for foaUag ar graft. We 
.Mat move forward by the evolution 
of coasutatuaal m<m aiKl develoj- 

Thought I'lxrhaugc 

Sir — During the last fifty years 
through the scientific study •►f mental 
experiences there has been estab- 
lished beyond doubt the nossibllity of 
thought exchanse betwe#i liilnd and 
mind without, the intervention of any 
audible word or visible sign. 

Provided the proper conditions are 
fulfilled It seems to make Uttle differ- 
ence whether the two minds are .in 
the same place or thousands of miles 
apart. Consciously or unconsciously 
thoughts ore being incessantly ex- 
changed between minds. Without 
confusing the material. and the spirit- 
ual there is a border line where one 
seems to shade off Into the other, and 
it is in the region where material 
things are least ponderous and most 
ethereal that we can find helpful sug- 
gestions as tfJ mental and spiritual 

In wireless telegraphy the trans- 
mlttei^ and the receiver may be thou- 
sands of miles apart and yet If the two 
are properly attuned one to the other 
the electric waves given forth by the 
one, after passing through the in- 
visible ether, ar^ received by the 
other and so the message Is conveyed. 
Without pressing the analogy too far, 
thought passes from one mind to an- 
other mind apparently through 
rhythmic mental waves the essential 
condition^ being that the one mind 
must be in harmony with the other 
mind In rhythmic attention. In moral 
purpose, and In spiritual desire. 

It Is not separation in distance, but 
separation In dIs-harmoAy which Is 
the great barrier In the way of 
thought exchange between mind and 

•i.,^ ?*"■'■"*" '«»'n»n In Canada was 
thln1|lng earnestly and prayerfully of 
her sister, a Christian .woman In Eng- 
land, when she received this message 
from her: "Mary. Mary, take care of 
my children when I am gone." This 
message was written down at the 
time with the exact hour recorded It 
Jf*f»l »|»«»tl9««d to all In the house- 
hold, aad when a letter arrived from 
England som^ weeks later it conveyea 
the news that her sister had. died at 
exactly the hour recorded ajlowlna 
for the dlirereaee In time, and that 
she hkd said aloud the IdenUcal 
words regarding her children. In thla 
case separation In distance was no 
barHer because there was harmony of 
sOul with rhythmic attention 

«,^V* *i? ***^'^ *" rhtthmlo 
mental waVas and harmony of soul 
throws helpfal light upon the subject 
It does not go far enough to explain 
many mental and splritaal expert- 
encaa, and so It Is becoming mora 
clearly raaagnlaed that tha mind of 
ina iadlvidaal doea not exist alone aa 
an independent unit, but U vllally ro- 
uted to other minds. We asa no 
flgara of apeach wlwa wo gpaok of 


the mlad of the community, the mlad 
of the natloa ,the nilnd of maakino. 
The eommunal mind la a reality. How 
alee can we azptata the aympatlMlte 
radhitlon of a t^iUnm through a vaat 

oonoourse of people 


^ ^Uow else can 

we explala a nation upon aome great 
emergency rialng up as one man? 
How else can we explain what has 
suddenly become the ruling thought 
of one people beoomln|; at the aaipe 
Instant the ruling thought of anothar 
people thousands of inilae away, aep- 
arated by l«nd and sea? How else 
can we explain mental epidemics 
which sweep round the world with 
marvellous rapidity? 

Individual minds have not only a 
connecting link with other Individual 
minds, but all are related to the Uni- 
versal mind. Our minds aira (rag- 
ments of the mind of God. not brbkan 
or Isolated fragments, but parts In 
conjunction with the great central 
mind, ami rhythmic mental waveo 
are. as It were, the living nerves of 
this connection. These nerves may 
be deadened by the discord of sin. 
Hence the importance of our minds 
being brought into harmony with 
the mind oT God if there Is to be ef- 1 
flclent thought exchange not only l>e- 
tween the Divine mind and our minds 
but also between our minds - and 
othir human minds. It ie this har- 
mony In mutual regard. In moral pur- 
pose., and in spiritual desire which Is 
tbe vital bond of all society. The 
fact that the two women, who have 
been mentioned as an exiample, were 
not only bound together in human 


love but also la spiritual communion 
with O od goes far to explain the suo- 
iisami thooght' traasCarsnoe. 
The Kingdom of the Bpiritaal. as 

C lirlst ni rt iaau talight us. le aot far 
dlaunt but very near. It la not aapa- 
ratlon m dlataace but aaparaUon tn 
disharmony which creataa the har- 
rier between soul and soul. In the 
case of beloved frlenda who have Uld 
aside the oater garnteat of the' f esh 
and have pasasd within the veil. If 
both their minds and our minds are 
in perfect harmony with the mlhd of 

2»d the possibility of thought ex- 
aoge between us becomes a most 
faaaonahla probahility. and with the 
spiritually susceptible rises to ai^ ex- 
perienced certainty. The words of 
the ancient Christian creed are In full 
accord with modern psychological 
thought: "I believe in the communion 
of sainu." - 

It is to be regretted that gome 
trained only In a mediaeval philoa- 
ophy, which gave no ' heed to mental 
experiences as indlspuUble facts, at 
once take alarm when they hear of 
the resulu of psychological research, 
and CIV out with hysterical fervor: 
"This Is all the work of the devil." 
Such fail to aee that without the pos- 
sibility of thought transference there 
can be no revelation given by Ood to 
man. and consequently no Bible. 'Buch 
fall to discern that without the possi- 
bility of thought exchange there can 
be no efficacy in prayer, forUhe mere 
muttering of words of pAyer can 
have no eff ect upon a thoughtful God, 

sfheraaa whan onr mlad la brought 
lata aymvMhOUo WaMmy arkh - l|io 
mind of .Oot oty thought^ uprsassil 
la* worda of prayer, are trangfarrat to 
H i m , a ad at a|i e s aee a a gwe i e d hy 
the esOhaaga < 
^ta to galda 

ouraahras by the achlevemenU of tha 
war it may be safely left to them to 
redaam. If dealrable. 

The' aalataaoe of aueh a fund would 

of HIa thoughts of „ 
^ . ' . oa m oor perplexity, 
^tpoaghta of Inspiration to strengthen 
ua In oor weahneas. Both the posai- 
bility of Ood speaking to as through 
I^is written word and Uia indarelllag 
spirit, aad alao the . poasibillty of our 
speaking to Ood throa^ earneat 
prayer and quiet meditation become 
to us an inUnaa reality whan we be- 
lieve firmly in the poaalblUty of 
thought exchange batween mind and 
I mind. ' 

1 F. H. DU VERN5T. 

Arohblahop q{ Caledonia. 
Prince Rupert, B. Oi. No. I, lilt. 

^ OotBpenaatkm Carreoey 

Sir, — The chief obstacle to the 
granting of adpquate compensation to 
otlr returned warriors is a financial 
one. which can be easily overcome by 
the Government Issuing 1300,000,000 
of paper currency in tbe form of |S 
bills nuMle legal tender throughout 
Canada. ., « - 

I avoid the uaa of tho' a^rd 
"gratuity" as It carries with it the 
Idea of a "fraa gift." whereas IhU is 
a case of fuHUUag a moral obllca- 

It might ba aallad the "Patriotic 
Currency," and aa future generations 
T.ill benottt as mneh or more than 

give a tremendous and contl/iuoua 
impulse to the development of the 
rasovroea af tha ooantry, as the 
huldera of this non-interest bearing 
aeourlty would be 4nxious to ex- 
change It for any Income producing 

J. A. da MACBOa 
!««• Fort Street. Victoria, B. C. 
Nov. T, 1M9. 

To JeUlooa 

When Teuton ships — their balhMl 

Sailed forth to ravage Albion's coast. 

Who made them turn and feel — 

They'd best remain at Kiel. 
Where they could flap their aalls and 

crow, . 
Why! 'twaa their Victor — JelUcoe! 

No trumpet's blare, or beat of drums. 
In unaasumlng guise he comes 

Pride of a mighty Nation . 

But. seeking no ovation. 
We welcome him with hearts aglow. 
Guardian of the seaa — our JelUcoe! 

While Britain's sons prove such as ha 
She'll stin be Mistress of the Sea. 
As floats the Union Jack, 
O'ar oceans' endless traek. I 

Unfurl it here, and let all know. ' 
We love and honoi'^ — JelUcoe.* 

— "Aimsfeld." 



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The Minister qp Financb o? the DoMiMfoN or Canada oSen for Pulilk Subiaipckn tbt 

Victory Loan 1919 

308,000,000. 5 j^^tloidl^^nd^^^ 

the iSSSLJTSto^JT ^°^^^ lBt.m9. and oflFetcU in two maturiUe*. the choice of which is optional with 

., ,' * Vv 6 year Bonde due NoTembec let, 1W4 

, . } • ^x r ^ -'L ' / ' ** y*" Bon*» <>»• November let, 1«M . 1 

Frald^ D&yablft without charge at the OAoe of the Minister of Fhmice and Recover Gmw^ af rvfnwa 

abov2^tSSd*'S«S*'~' ■* ^ ^^"^^ ^ "* *** '''^ 

C^J^^J^^' ^^"t chaite. half.^feariy. May lit ^nd November let. at any branch in Canada of any 

/t> f^^HJ^f.r Ihincipal and Intereet payable In Gold 

Denominationt: |M, |l«f, |5M aad |l,Ht . 

Issue Price: 100 and Accrued Interest, 

Incoike Return &^% per Annum 

The proceede of the Loan wiU be ueed to pay indebtedneee iacurrad. and to mMf anismrfiMi*^ #«. 
be made In connection with demobilisation (iSSydlng StlZtMSSdwSr S^^SS!!^^ 
soldlcn, land aetttoment loane, and other puTPoew cSncSed ™tbAel^ J^^ ^^ 

indnetttal reconetniction programme, and for tha aatabllahmetit &ti^^Z^m^!^S!Z1llriS^^^ 
*^S!^5?' f^^^^^-m^ ^ other UiStTSd^ bi\^whS^ '^ '^^ '"'• 

^nof u^y^^ ^ be made ae fbOowe: 

31.21% March 9th. 1930. 



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Subacnpttona may be paid in fuU at the tine of aoDlicatkai at ini •<th«M ).»«..., ~. — . ".; , 
due date tl»reafter together*^ accrued iSSSTw th2^^S?;4% pJr^SSS ^^ « »» "X "".talment 

Of .»3^»S'-^ tSii«'^2S2i.iSsss.i:s^^r',^t*x>jis?£ ^rs^^'o'f^ 

amount subscribW in exceae of •^po.OOO.OOa ^^ ^^ * ""^ P"^ ®' ^^ 


tered Bank wiU accept aubecriptionB a^ iae^ raceipts. 

it of «iifaKrin(!kim nMv tw> mafU aa^MU.. • -~i^ imjruicni. m i«u. unoer tnis proviaion, pay- 


ment of eubecriptiooa nwy be made ae^foUowa. 

If paid in ftm on or befatc November l«th, 1919. par without intweet or 100%. 

H reipi^.g instalments pdd on Dec. 9th, 1919. balance of 90% and hneraet (iPau per llOOJi 

JJ!^^I!!?'S^£^ **£*?• ^ ^*^' »^*»««<rf^%««l to*«ttt(f7aMpr$100X 
If remamfagfaetahnenta paid on Feb. lOth. 192a bahmce of «0% and intewit\t5l 08^ ii^ 
_^ Ifwniainiiv inrtahnent paid on Mar. 9th. 1920, balance of W^ ^ ^ 


i ' '*^ Denomination and Re^istratton * 

*--2®*^ ^'°^**^^.SS!?25' "^ ** ""^ « denominatioos of $50. glOR ASOa aad ti ooo and i^ M^ ^L^V 
tered as to prmcipaL The fim coupon attached to these bonds wab?<£«l& S li^ 

FYdly legistared bonds, the interest on which is paid diiact tf» f.he »^ .^:^^ 

indenooin^i^of im tl.000. 15.000^ •lOUXtt. •SSSwIw.wi W^S^^ ^. 

Payment of Intereat . * ►, ^ ^ +;.««. . ^v - » 

A fuI^half-yea^•8int«estat thft rate ^«,^% per annum win be pcail^iil^ ' ^^* ' '^ ^^^' ^ 

Form of Bond and DeBS^ery 

Subscribers must indicate on their applications the fcrtn of hmd mtA t h* rtinn«.fn>ii.., , e__^ ^ . 

seairities so indicated win be defivenrf l?th?b^ tha 

Beater bonds of this iMue win be available for dS^srt the S^ u .u^ a , i 

maldypaynentrnfulL BoSds reglsteS^S^lifeSM^ 

Payment of an instahnents must be made at the b!«^k oi^faaBroI^ 

Nao-neqotiaMreoeiptewinbeAiniishedtoantnbacrihMwhodi^^te^WfeMft^^ -n 

be nn-hangeaMe at eolKcriber's bank far bond. S^S^^JSSgg^gZgM Jmgyy* /?»« «ccipts 


» must Be ad 


Form of Bonds Inierchangoable 

her Amof, or finm aagr fanaA In CtMida of aa^ _ 

on or beftwra Hm^mmkmr Igtha 1»I» 

Sabaoriptfon Llat wtti 

DKFAw*Miifr or FauNCi; 

Ottawa. October 27th, lOit. 

Keep Canada's Farmaj and factories Busy 






H. W, SmKh Tried tots of Medi- 
cines But Nothing Helped 
Him Until He Took Tanlac. 



Mr. 1> i r— r ; 



Week-End Subscriptions Bring 
Total Up to More Satisfac- 
tory Figure— A Nunrber of 
Provinces Unreported 

"^fa a CMt. I had given up all 
lto»M of •v«r b«ln« Hd ot my tn>u- 
blM «f Mi^ntMS jTMrr sunain* bvt 
90W tABf X l|«v« ukM IImUm tlMy 
ar« eoMptataly tOM.** waa th* aUu* 
m«tit laM* hr R. |L Hmlih. « w«'.N 
known MnployM of th* Hutlncs 
■hlacU If 111. who ItTM at 1TI« W»««. 
land Drlva, Vnaotfovor. 

"It WM about aair«nt««B yabra ««a 
that toy stomach drat hagan ta ftva 
m« trouhla." oonUnuad Mr. imitti. 
V'»n4 y«ar afttr y«ar I graw wtraa 
until finally I was hardly able to «at 
about. Nothing I at* aaamad to agfaa 
with ma and aftar avary maal tha 
oramplaf palna that would ooma on 
»• wonld almoat draw m* doubla 
and taa anada mr haart palpitata ao 
bad tHat I waa afraid I bad haart 
troubla. My appatlta waa ae ' poor 
that ut U fRaastt for kaaplns aUnra.i 
dontrbaUa r a I.wauld hava -avar «oimi 
to tlip table for the mlaary t waa th 
aftar, I had taken Juat a f«w bltaa 
waa liomattilnt awful. I waa oontinu* 
ally Mcha»c and all the time I had 
a m«a4 taata In my mouth and at 
nlffbfe my alaap <|ld me ao 4ittla vood 
that I talt wiiak and tIMd oUt whan 
X got li^.avatr 

/'I Irled juat about 
I'arar li^d of. and It aeemed that I 
would nave to go on throuth Ufa 
without ever seeing any relief. I be- 
gan W hear ao mueh about Tanlao 
that I ^decided to give It a trial and 
you can Imagine how eurprised I wsls 
Whan t atartad to feel better 'Vnei« an 
theia f«ara of misery. Now I can 
cat Juat anything that is put en tha 
table, and never feel any hda effecti 
In the least and gas .has quit forminf 
entirely. I don't go around belching 
any inare and the bad taste has left 

-n»y HKWth eempleteiy, in faet, i aast 
not troubled In any way whatevWk 

' My Mefp is restful and when I get up 
of mornings I am> ready for aa b^r *. 
day's work as any man. Tanlao ha« 

' dona ao much for me that I could 
talk all day and still not say enough 
good about this medicine." 

Tanlao la aold m Vlatoria by D. fe. 
CaaH>bali. druggtet (JOmX.) 


TORONTO. Nor. I.— JRm total 
amount aubaorlbad to tha Vlatory 
Loan by neon today waa |»«.40B.4tl.. 
Thia la aselaalTe of Thursdaya and 
Frtdaya rapart from New Braaawick 
a9d Frldaya ra|>ort from BrHlah 
Columbia. AtbarU, (taakatohawan, 
Manitoba. Nova Sootia. Prinoa Ed- 
ward laiaad and MoatraaL So that 
M la aafa to aaauma that tha loan la 
now wall over tha tloo.Mtt.OM mark, 
with a waak atlll to go. IMvldad 
into Provlncea the ameuhta are: 

British Columbia. tl»;T«l,fft; Al- 
hartal, |<,«ot,S»t: ■aakatchawan.»: Manitoba. ll«.ltl.T, 
Ontario. $17l.llM»«: Quebao, 
8t4,S00: Ne# BriUMwlok. |4>11«,TS0: 
Nova flobtla. |l.t7M0«: Prinoa Bd- 
ward Island, $$U,U: 
""W to Thurada/ Bight ettMi lud 
reported aa tonowat ' •■.>*' 

Bdmonton. |1.I4I»«««: Oalgary, |S.- 
MMM: Winnipeg. itMSMiO: Halt* 
\Hi, ^i.S9T.*«0: VioiaMai IMi^^.lHl 
Montreal, $t6,0S7,S00. 

MONTRBiliZ^ Nov. >■— Z^aat Reports 
raeetW(tll> Jit the haiidquavtara bf tha 
Montreal and Island Victory Loan 

Ralily and 
rah. Kg. T. MIm 

mm Umtim, Uxm. Pt»ar 
- ^ - W db 1 1 , 



Mra. I^urbrk Mri Blawar^ Mr. 
Kiaaar uad J.^ B. simpoon. 

Mr. C. B. MoiRinnon, the reoently* 
appelated T.M.CJL aeeretary for tha 
Maaaimo dlairlat. baa bfought hla 
family from Vaaooovar and will r«- 
atda at 1 41 Xaanady Straat. 

Mr. O. H. Wataon, vocatloaal oQloar 
of the B.C.R,. wlfto waa In town thia 
waak, la as»adt«d to return Tuaa* 

Aid. Bumla attanded a meatlaig ^ 
tha B.C. Footaall Aaaoclatloa. return- 
ing taut avaafaig. 

Mnn Italfla. who rataraed laat 
avaalng fk«m Vancouver, espeota to 
Mavo In January for the Orient, whara 
bar haebaad 4a iatareatad in oonaao- 
tlon with oporationa of tha B. O. 
Brawerles, Ltd. 

Tha O.W.V,A. wUl oelabrata Aaml- 
stlee Day with a whiat drive. 

The aahoola wlU liava a holiday 
next Tueaday, Armistice Day. 




P.G.E. Is Again Operating a 
Through Service Following 
Reconstruction of Bridge 
Destroyed by Forest Fire 


f ;■..v.l■^ 

Meal j>f BalvagB Oonoem Baya Wortc 
CooM Ba ^UwompUilMBd to 

IXfrtyHIgM Bburil Vt f t 

CfUt Dawaoa, praaldeat of the Deep 
BeaMkvga Company, which la en- 
deaVorint to ralaa the Prineeaa Sophia, 
waa. at Juneau on the tug J. M. Cole- 
man |or auppliea at tha beginning ot . 
the month. Be reported thah tiiat it » 
nroUld^take aome daya to aaaemble the 
ma^iaery for the raising of the So- 
phia, and that only forty-eight houra 
sf good weather was required to ao* 
•ompUah the work and tow .tha hull 
'nta the harbor at Bridg^'a Coye. 

dlMlltiafinhUBiilM tmct tna^tdtat^fttf 

' yes(e>8W/ t^duid- "be battMdh' •#!;««•,* 

000 and 12.000,000, bringing the total 

for the first two weeks of the cam^ 

paign up to something over 1(7.0^- 

000. which is within fO.OOO.OOO ijt i^* 

district objective. This, aa wafl^l|Miik^ 

,.b}^John, W. Roaa,. meant tluit the 

' calhnpaign it«re would eertalnly poaa 

its nominal objective of 141,000,000. 

BDMtiN'PON, Nov. S.—Friday made 
I a amaahmg iaoord in. tha Victory Xoan 
drive hare,. the total iunaont l^umad 
in by the teams amounting to |f4t,- 
700 wit^_an addl|lonal amount^ of 
flSOiOiOO which waa made up of spe- 
cial subsenptiona. The figure to date 
amoonta to |1,660,600. 
- iUitXJLrOOUi No*, t.— Tha city 
is close to ita aecond miltion in 
the Victory Iioan drive, the flguraa 
last night atandlng at |l.744,S00, 

RBGINA. Nov. I, — ^Total aubacHp- 
, tl^na for Saskatchewan last night waa 
' |6;4K4,860, as compared wfth $7,085,- 
ido hurt year. '' 

TORONTO, Nov. ».— Toronto'a oh- 
jeotlve for largo aiibacriptions was 
passed, when mora than $10,000,000 
waa aubaoribed yeaterday. Fifty mil* 
lion waa tha mark aet for the apeoial 
aubaerlption team and the subsorlp* 
tions total tonight $60, 402,300. ThO 
largest IM the total la the $10,000,000 
from tha Oanadar I4fe and there are 
eight other subaorlptions of the mil' 
lionalre class. 

Tl^ liOyal Oranga Z<adga of 
loh unveiled their honor roll at tha 
Orango Hall, gaantchton, on Wednaa- 
day evening. Uaut Maaaay oonduet- 
ed the unveiling ceremony, and Mr. 
Leonard Tait, prlholpal of Lampaon 
IftraM School. Vlotorla. gsva an 1n- 
ta r eat i ng apeech during the pro- 
atifidinam. A programma sot aengp 
and ehomaea was provllad i!|^"tna 
oooaalon, which waa mueh enjoyad bir 
tfeaaa preaaat... Thoae taking part in 
tha programme were: MeaoOb VPOOda, 
Letts. U>bertaon and Mra. Woods, 
dM#ia; Mr. Wobds. soiormftbhatt* 
aon. BOlo; Mra. Ilrbbda, aflltf; Mf. Htb^ 
bard, aolo; . Maaa ra. Ibbortaoh and 
Latta, duet; Mra. Anstey, solo; Mr. F. 
Blmiatar, aolo. Delicious refreah- 
nianta were served by the ladlaa, 
^^hich Were thoroughly enoyed. Ona 
of tha apaaken of the evening fraa 
Mr. John Braden, who iadt^'hi had 
Joined the Orange Lodge 40 yearn 
ago at lilverpool. The asseinbtaga 
dispersed aftar <alngln#' tha National 
Anthem. : 

Ward raoalvad yesterday 
by Chief Bnglnaar Proctor, of tlia 
Provincial Department of lUihraya. 
atatad that the first traia evar tha 
now bridge over tlia Oliaaknna Can* 
yon. on tha Una of tha P.O.B. aall* 
way. paaaed north at «:I8 o*Blaak 
yeaterday aftaraooa and that thffougli 
traffic over the line from gqtMunUh. 
tha tlda-watar tarmlnna of tha read, 
to the end of atael. near WnUana 
XiiUM. liaa boon again reaomad. 

The bridge waa deatroyed raeaatly 
by a forest fire that swept down tlM 
canyon. The department immadlataly 
aat to work to raconatruct tha atriie- 
tura. the deatruotibn of wliloh ooat 
aome $60,000. Pending tha freoUon 
of a new atruetare a tami^rary foot 
bridge waa thrown aoroai the ean^ 
yon wvr which pasaeagers ware traa^ 
f erred and arrangements were alao 
made for ^landltng freight. Tha ra* 
oonatmotlon work haa baan rapid 
and refleeto credit ui>on the angittaar« 
lag ataff of the railway. 


SBATTLB, Nov. $.— Appn»iaaatal]r 
$100,000 in gold bullion la aboard 
the liner Vietoria, now on 'Ita laat 
trip ot the year from Nome, Alaaka. 
On her laat voyage ahe brought 
$700,000 in bullion. Tlie buUioa la 
from the mining eampa on tha 
Seward peninaula. 

Oaigo. fbr Vla4lToa«a% 

SBATTLB, Nov. 8. — Six thouaand 
tone of ateel, railway and |t4d Croad 
supplies will be taken to Vladtvlstok 
by the steamer Osaaumalok iMvlng 
Seattle November 15. 


Riiwt J 



J. .'* - ■ 




From Vmcoiivw at 



f*roinpUjr Attended To 





Kate|Ni|«#a Win Tot»<t>^ 

~<.>'-i ^^aaadapi*oNaar ■ ilgaaanall 
Hf ^ Supply of Lii^ 










..'V ;*yi!i.' v-rv ns 





d:Xnt ■«' : ^?>*. 

, feOuRTUf^AY.NoV. 7.— Th* ir«te on 
tiiv 'ttdpvMT to bring imai^ ttotd 
Brown's Illver into town will take 
place On Tueaday. Tha Couneil haa 
expreaaad itaelf unanimoualy in flavor 
of tha project and tha plana hava 
baeti paaMid by the provtaoial author- 
ities. The bylaw oalla for aa expan- 
diture of $$^,000 to bring water from 
Brown's River, which, aa far as the 
best expert advice can be obtainad 
will yield the town all the water it 
wianta of the purest quality for many 
years to come. This yOar, an uhuaiial- 
ly dry year, there waa a good flow of 
water In September and that Is a good 
taat. The new agreement with the 
Canadian Coiiiariaa Company has to 
raoeive the sanation of the ratai>ayara 
of Courienay on Noyambar 11. 


NANAIMO, Noy. i.— Tha O.W.V.At 
at laat nlght'a meeting decided to 
ask tb« Federal Mettbar, Mr. J. o; 
Malinoah, to wire Ottawa in support 
of Uie O.W.V.A. gratuity aeham«i 
Thar will aak tha City Conaidl and 
Board of Trade to auta thair attitude 
on tha question. T|ia Womaa'a 
Atudliary of the - Boapltal tArat« 
Aianked Cbr generoaity tn connec- 
tion with the hoapiui aocennta of 
aaldiem' lamillea while the heada of 
tha fanMUw were ovaraeaa. 




\J^!^^?' "^ST^ J"— Waedham 
l|<riat JBhnday 0b|ie«t wad orowded 

Ibat^avaAinir whan an eniartMnm^i 
provided by. aahool children and 
taaahara waa foltowod by lacMam elide 
vlewa fttrttfched by Mr. J. Fee and 
Dr- :lXna|ror«h. ReCraahmaata 
BnrV««. Mr. /. A. UlUfhy waa 

^nMife aT^^ 6tefal- 

rlriai'drtae hurt •vaniiii' 

irara: ' First. Fort No. if, Mra. Mum- 



KANAIHO, Nov. ,8>r-A great ijUO'- 
cess was the High School social even- 
ing in St Paul's Institnte last night, 
the pupils and staff being out in f\lll 
fome and every part of the pi^> 
gramme Was irell put on by the 
vartoao aonunitteee. The Literary 
Society had charge of the concert, 
the Danise Club of the dances, while 
tbe Athletic Club. looked after the 
games, with a apeoial committee 'or 
refreahm*nta. The gathering broke 
up shoHljr after eleven. The conoOrt 
numbers were supplied by the fol> 
lowing: Songa, Mlmea Nellie Bultraas. 
Ethel Nicholson and Hattie McRae; 
song. Miss Kathleen Grieve; song with 
ehorui by Japanese girls. Miss Allen 
Gordon and M&aes Grieve, Fletcher. 
Graham, Law, Williams; piano, W. 
Black: racitatloni. L, Duggan. w. 
Blaak and O* Thompson; colored 
•katoh. Snider and Weatwood. 

ir^Uland BiatMoM 

NANAIMO, Nov. 8.— Testerday'a. 
Victory Bond aalea were $$0,000,* 
bringing the total t4^ $240,000. To 
bring Nanaimo up to her mark by 
Armistice Day $100,000 must be aold 
before Monday night. Alberni went 
"oVer the top** yeafetday with $33,000 
and axpacta to win two crests. Parks- 
villa ia . V.OOO past the quota with 
$34,000. while Nanoose has won an 
honor flag by investing $13,000. 
$1,000 more than hUr quota. 

Herring Season Near 
NANAIMO. Nov. 8.— Net fishing 
for salmon stopped last Saturday, 
though fishing may still be carried 
on With hook and line. Schools of 
herring are appearing in lecal water9 
and the early beginning oc the herring 
Ushlng seaaon Is expected. 

Waatih Boata OoaUng 

NANAIMO, Nov. 8.— Two French 
boats, built' at Victoria, the Mont- 
magny and Victoria, are in for ooaL 

',i * Jlachtae Oun Battery, 

KTAKAXMO, Nov. $.— Nanaimo may 
have a machine gun battery a« part 
of the propoa^d Machine Oun Unit of 
the Active MlUtla in British Columbia. 





• pott. 

Potot Orey^-<»oudy: northwaat; 
light: SOitS: 3$: amooth. 

Cape Laso->-OverQast; aoutheaat; 
light: 30:3$: 87: amooth. 

Paohena -^ Overcast: aottthaaat; 
Ught: $0:S»; 41: Hghi sweU. 

Batevaa —. Ovareaat: JMuthaaatt 
S0:t2: 40: amooth. 

Alert Bur--Rain: calm: at:M: 4St 
amooth. S:10 p.m., in Ohaihoaini 
northbound.. 1:10 p.m., apoka Ww 
Chariot, Doletaa Cluuinal: northbound. 

Trungle island-^Ofyggy: aouthwaat; 
strong: 80:1S; 48; rough. 8:88 p.m.. 
apoka Admhral Wataon entering Quean 
Charlotte Sound: narthbound. 

Dead Tree— Clear: oalmt $«5#fi SI) 

Ikeda— Cloudy: aouthwaat; 
30:08; 48; light awell. 

Prince Rupert — Rain; sou 
fresh: t»:84; 40; moderate. 

Ocean FhlUHHBleet; eafai} S«:tli 
40: amooth. 


•AVIS out DAY 

,0n trantMContinantal Journay, tr- 
Httef Toronto M 3t30 p.m. and 
at 4h4$ p.m. on tb« 
fourth ddf. 

Full tnfornttion from iny CP.R. 


Itotopcd with TImkcn Roller Begriaf ia Front tad Kstr 
AaOM, Bspnss Catiopjr Body afid ComMnattoi- Box 
CiMMk «M> tdBidard cab and wiadshkld |d[,i 





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How Many Crests fsKf 
CXir Honor Jlag ? r| 


01 e««inM, Victoria la aoiaf t» wfP'.'jui . If pndr rau 
B«l w araat b«i4 att o«r a gwtg ' t i ii l t ga l wtoMitc cradS' 

to ggw on It. If wa aaeaad oar A^gbk w twalllv^hra par 
cant wa fat oaa Pfiaca ot WaW ar&L isid if wf cicciad 
ithr Utr pea cent wa win two. ^ UM bm H'if emt 
donbia tha quota, for thaa wa WOiM '«rlii foor <aMata. 



This Spmbe Donated by 

E. B. MARVIN& CO. ' 

1202 Whtff St. /"' 





I. ■ galled; 
Nov. 8.^ 



Boys* Naval Brlgnda Pays 

tt. M. S. New l«riaad aaStaa 
CkMBoa to Aadtofp , 

Taoterday' af tialiiaon membara df 
tbe Boys' -NavalJ^rigada j^, tha nam-, 
her of ITG proceeded aboaril W.m.C.s." 
Rainbow for Inatruetlon. Jly ilia ChiMi 
half of the number had gone aboard 
H.M.S. New Sealaad, bringing Ad- 
mlrdi Viaoount Jellicoe to thia port, 
waa raikwtad. and aa she eaana to an* 
ohor iMd their faapacta to the ahlp 
in a Mnrloe manner, this Now SSaatauHd 

The^aiftefOoon Waa apeutin inatfun* 
tion, the Naval Brigade signalman 
working «« tha bridge of tha Rain- 
bow. Much emartneaa waa ahown in 
the handlln't of tha duty bodt. the 
brtgade'a aecond cutter. JJeut Jonea, 
II.N.ItM aasiatOd tha regutatf atatt of 
offleera during the afternoon.. 


BBUTTL.B. Nov. f.>-Arrtved: Strg. 
Admiral Nicholson. Curaoao. South- 
eastern Alaska; Chicago Maru, Hong- 
kong. Sailed: Strs. Weatern Knight. 
Hongkong; Admiral Redman. South- 

Siskiyou. Valparaiso. 

Str, Anyox, Anyox. 

TACOMA. Nov. 8.— Arrived: Motor- 
Bhlp Pedro Christopheraon. Dupont. 
Sailed: Str. Admiral Schley, Kerrigan 
HI., San Francisco, San Pedro. 

PORTLAND, Nov. 8 Sailed: Btra. 

Ernest H. Meyer, San Pranclaco; Weat 
Jaffray, New York. 

YOKOHAMA. Oct 2t.— Arrived: 
Bakhom, -Tacoma. . 

SHANGHAI, Oct. 30.— Arrived: 
Wheatland, Montana, Seattle. 

rlvod: Medford, Portland, Ore. 

SHANGHAI. Nov. 8.— SUlad: Bm- 
preaa of Auaaia, V ancouver. IkOL 

Slffl»St€AVg TODAY 

Wenoh Steamers C-sd mM C-dS to 
Oet Away for VidMI 

C U N A R O 




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DM. n 

TOiraiMiiTIdietti toBnriaiwij 

Vk Ilia "Norway d Anwikifr l; 

r«a>Jlllld Ocdin Voyafa throafh the "Inside Pusiia,** Mails and Bdrfk 

'."".. Included, on the 

Cbrand Trunk Pacific SteamshlM 

Canaeotiag at Prince Rupert With Standard and Tourist Bleapi^OMk 

Vfetoakni to 

Oaillttg at I to ttf at Vaneouyer. Oeeaa Falla, gwanaoa Bay. Prinea BuHt 

and Anyo*. 





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The JVantsh ateamer C8« laavaa to- 
day for the United Kingdom aftar 
Itfadlng eoal at the eld Chemieal 
Woifltd ■ wftarf In the Inner Harbor. 
Oa» hundred tone of eoal anpplled 
by Walter Walker A Bona #aa load- 
ed yesterday and the ahlp want out 
to adjuat eompaaaea during tha after* 

The Frenoh eteamer 04S will alee 
leave today far the United Kingdom. 
She hae been bora for aante Ume un- 
dargoing repalra at the Oiiter Docka. 
8lhe got M^td trmible ontalde ttia 
Straits aft«r edmmencing Imt nuidaQ 


tatATTLm, Nov. t.— New and 
nahaatioaar avidanoa fonriahad to ttaa 
preaeouUng attomay'a ofltoa today by 
RIehard M. Buttle, deputy oaiinty au- 
ditor, oAoiala believe, may aolva tha 
myatary aa to tha apot whara Mra. 
■liaabeth Bryan, of PurUKip, waa 
murdered in the earty night of 
Odtobar SO. Buttle told how ha and 
Mra. ButUe teft their homa at 1 
a. m.. wlMn ttioy heard tha aaraaaM 
of a woman and traoed tha aetaama 
to a lot abant alz bioaka Iraal tha 
raaldanoe ef Mm. Anna Nauilta and 
W. F. Baly, her aon. Who are nhargad 
With tha nrarAar. At pelloa 
tfitnrtafg ba Mafttoadgd Un, 
waa otaokad to death and har 
earrttid to tfta a»at to Mdwit Bakw 
PaHc« wiMra it wna fanad alght hawn 
aftar tha Bnttlea kanrd tlM 



Msufetaata. Nov. sa J&i trMaaie. t>M. It 

"^ '•So^5SaS??Kr"^ 

ftevel CkMrs* 0ee. I 

NSW towm,^*Mmvtu mivbb 

asseeta rue*. M 

aatenUe . . .Dee. 4 Ceaaaaer« 

omwn Mxo uman 

Briuia, IrtUBd. Itoleiem Itafa^. 
ioeaoiaavia. Or 
yer all latormatlMi eftelr 

natlMi eeelr tg e ar e 

CaoadiaD Pacific Railway 

Tlw Worlfg QgBotggt tltiliiigy - 

blMt TkMih the Cmin PkcfK Ricbf 

Tbrtt TrtiisO>ntlnentgl Trftini bfttly. 
Standard and Tourist SleepdH 
Compartment Obccrntion Cart. 

TImh^ Bo«kiRfi dl All kdaniic 
. . Steamship Lines 

fibll Infomtation From 

llOS G^vvranMI SlM«t 

fw f83e. 

uile _. 

|:M p.m. 

8:80 a^ab 




^ *'*«!!fe?**'/''°«Sl? ^'i* •*" '«»«5 ^«9> Bay, r.30 a.«., M If on- 
?^ J^*^5f^*' V^^f^^y* »»<» Saturdaya. Connectiona will ba 
ntode bjr B.C. Electric train from Victoria, S a.m. 

Fnll mfoittatioa froth any CP.R. Agent 


Change of Scbedile 

Far ADSalfat 



Canadian Nahonal RaHiuaqs 

Whito Star Line 

Nav. no, ttaa. t7# 





!g3^©tWi5-i.'UiP &9 1 gj^AT«£g?ViKB£ 1 2^* * ^' 



Ml 8U nun EttTEH MUM 
.MHUl Ml EMTEM Hint 

9 A.1II>>-4.BAVB VANCX>UVER-^ A.m. 
Most Moddro Bqtdpncot Gbolet •TRootdt 

T«iiht mi Tnml Imm 

OTw W9n ap*t 


Hothing in the WorU la aa Safe 





^:^Tit"^0 P. M. 



UNTIL 10 P. M. 

flkdOjl Cfolmctat 

%«• or lind&. fLM pM^ 

OfM t^m a wvr<t rsrh InaartloM. aJx cmiia 
"~ " ■ or » dollar • Ull<> 

I 0«r«i 4| fMr 

• woff * WMH; or • dollar • U«r » m«4(li 

i<*« mm*»,\9 d)«.iii^>) ••••» wuu o^ 
(• tJnurliptiamSt scbafMoa for l«M iMs 
Nr««t/-Mv« ccnU. 

No AdvcrUaaoMnt oh«iv*d 0« «oa«Mint <or 
Um than |a.»«. riMM 11. 


BIrtk. wrrt««a 4aftlh sad fHa«*al •otlMa' ILf" OJtUlt can br*r a virAlalit kddrra* 




r«lt«« itrt tl. A. B«nil to ihU big 


XORRI0H— On Nw«mh«r », l»lt. at «» 
I^lqr Mf««t; to Mr. and Mr«. U..B. Vor- 
riaK «( J4»«au*tl i>la»4, a 

i:.AMB«BT— To Mr. and Mr« W A.. Ijam- 
^». 13JI Ufadaiottv Ave, Nov. lit*. Itlfi » 

U>WD«»-^r« Major •Md^'M ML L»w»»r. »m 
Bdna Avpi'by. a daa«ht«r. at »o«ka«m«. 
Fraa««. No*, »; gafcU. _ • 


MpUTVUttam—On Novembca- «. Iflf, noar 

Portland, ornon, AjwUtant CMamfMloiMr 

of R.N.W.M.P. Walter M. RouUed«», late 

of IU«l|i«^ Maak., Mod 61 yoar^ ond a 

nativ* oTiMirlUal, Hd^tand. 

Tha rcmalna are r«t>u*lnc at the H.»-. 

yanoral Cbapcl. li* »rou«hton fctreat. ftorn 

whaaaa tko fanaral will taice placa on Moa- 

darimornoan. at S:ltt p.m.. pnaaoodtap M 

Cbrlat Cbiuch Cattaodral, w*«ro a«rvlto wUl 

IM i«M St arM o'oiook. laMMHtt la Aana 

Mar Uomotory. 

VI VI AST— Afi, the n<Wal Jobllea I^PUiy. 
WnlaaaAar mowniait, ■ I»o*. <tb. Pin. H. 
ManiaAln Vlvlaa, a|r*d Xt y«*ra< *>» "' 

NATI'RAL 'History Hooloty «lll i»«<'i aC 
Scbuul Uvard roOm. Cliy MalL Monday. 
Hj.ldl?;.'- «*^»«'y' o«Mo..^l Joa«d 

i;\t^|SJtN UiUitiD ruqunaae l»lr, TU Court- 
is* iMr.fltllfiM. mrajik , ^xandra Club. 


r. iz. s ti IT 

l^iiOV. Qioui> NOk 1 Voulu-f Ifbow, Duncaiv 
* ac. Xo>. ;Tih and Silh. 1»J». For 
oatala»uo. apply W. Waldo w. Dun caa. B.C. ^ 

C}BVMr-pa*MnB*r auto for hlr«, day or 
•^ night. MuatcUoJi' • r^l«br J>taad. ir«l«- 
Phwm >W«; r>a. »fca»» >»3r W. J. M»il. 

SfCAtm ground by an «apert at I'ltmU^' 
A-MUiklc. Ltd., 611 View HtrMt. 

r III ii » ■ i jj i i » 

BT. BaRXaBAH' W.A. Will bold Chryiai>» 
thoiaitui T«B.-N«v.i If. fU tb« lM«S« «|t 
Mr*. Caitar. IMt VatodontaaTfltro*!. Homo 



ly RMltb 
Ion. will aaMk Ut uia ^wWav Mkool 
pr«a«k at tlM aaanua* Mn>l< •■. Tfi* 
•fl»ntnff mr»tt9 will bo tmm Uonr. to k«i t» 
■Ha UTMy aailtk MiaaM, Mr. lakatrf* •«>!• 
Jaei. *Th» Pnirvr «< I»kUh." Come «arty. 

m. Coliniiba Ciratolc «or|Mr Oraalio and 
MItrbf-ii Btro*t% Oak BaT' Faator, Kw T. 
«. UayaM. Jtoralns oarvloaa at ii o'clock 
by MOT. C. M. Taifl. Bywrt** o( tilo o-clork 
br R«v. Joooyk MeOay. «aaday aekawl at 
i;l» P.», ]_ 

Si. Paul's ( tt«Bkyt«vtoa). H««MT and Mary 
MrMta, VU-torlw Wool. Kav. H. A. Maolsaiv 
M.A.. Ph.D.. minuter. 11 a.i», flubjact. 
"Why Waa Jrsua t>Upt«aa«dT": LV30 i>.m.« 
a^l* ack^ol: T p.m., *'Uow U Ihu Word <« 
Q»d Made of Mon« MTfoMr* - fl<^rvlco will 
dMoe 111 (ood time for tbe . Oypay Hmltk 



PUIVATE Nuraea earn |l& to t>« ia weak. 
Iioarn without leavinc hontr. Uoacrlp- 
ttve booblvt arm free. Hoyal r>>ilac«. of 
0cleac«'. l>rpt. k» Toronto. C 


.Bt,E, atnart woman (or gaaeral 
fork, 10 lako charse: resular 
boura; no children. 041 Saparior SIraat. 

~2 r 0'i'i^-'^«^UMAi-a*MJll — Mmploymaat 

*vr O laett: (raa »m t ki e. Coiko aad rwiMior. 

t ulted YjrpawrlMr Co.. Ltd.. lU Van «t. 

I Muoe «Til. 

^i.wi.NU Maatuae k'l 

O ii<«u( ittraat. Pbaao tldlL 


<^ooklur atdll 
TakaTJo. « car 

, . araaoau. 
S (o t. - 


fpHB Coo|t«r Inatltota of 


J> Winnlpoa 'Bavid i^ooper. C,A., irei 
dOnri, hare eot«bllBb»d airicaa at 14 ATeado 
Building. Tbe Winter aculon of our apa» 
clal courae: "Accounriay and jBiieliio— Ad- 
mlnlairatlon," eommaaaian on the tftb •Inai. 
laqalrtaa lavKad.^ Phone 111. 

Tlia BalvatloB Army Industrial Depdrt- 
laoiML ta* jofcBtpa Su^at. will ba ptoM* 

to call - - . . . 


The funeral, trhlch 

J. C.- VlvUtn. of WldatpoK. 

, *U1 bo WlMtary, will 

tai-.e place from- the TB.C. ruiopal chaool. 

Monday. Nov. lOtlr. at % 
Moaa Bay Cemetery. 

Interment In 

Mra. MlioMlland iS^nd Mr" C. t. 
Alexailider, 1M> Maaoa Btroet. wish to thank 
tEolr many (rioado for beautiful dowers and 
<«rords of sympathy la their rsoent aad b*- 

lyavement. _„_^______ 


The (anUly of tha lata PU, Marty KaJway 
«0*lro to expredh their heartfelt thank* to 
tkair many friends for oomfortlni words of 
i^pathy and for fibral tributes sent on 
IBs occasion of their recent bereavement. 

_™ ■ ■ VS MBMOBIAM ~ 

ITBBT— In loving memory of our dear 
, daucktaii Nettle Currl* Wast, who died 
vNovolaMKr 10. 1111, .at JSasttf' Boad, 

We oball meet again In the momlnK . 
IB tha dkwrr of a happier day, 
WBW.'Uir'alglit of oowowa and walUng 
Whoft tko dar kneoa hao paooed aw ay. 

nr ' 

ed to call for your cast-ott clothing, shoas, 
nabkor«C dlMkidad XmraKar* -or ^iuriktag 
you hare no need of. Phone Comdi. 
Cummlna. 1141. 

nUi£ Ladle*' Auxiliary At. AndreWa' and 
■a- Caiadonlan •ocietir aakt dance, Tburs* 
day.. Nor. Uith. i.>ranii« Malk Cu«ctaiy St.. 
Gents. 1««: ladles, Slo. Meetr 

» o'clotik 

In*. 7:10, 

HottOe. ^Ludlto maetlaia Wednesdays. | 

111 Belmont 


Public Invited to Sanday evening leaa 

CliBATOII.'— In loving memory of my dear 
-r^H t i r bana. iBwrwt, d. Cloator,^i«»od *P.o»- 
plosloa in P>raac«. November 1. 1117. 
j lovlnBty rememt)ero4 by hU wlt» 


SRAOUBT— la loving memory of «y jj**' 
hudfeihd. JoaoDh B. Bradley, who diod of 
inillMk* Jfdvembor lo. iti». . 
Kind a«A Moat loving were his wam^ ;. '- 

No heart but mine can aay; * 

Ha .waa tha sunahlna of my Ilfo. 

Ttt ho was called awav. 

t do not Kpow the pain h* bore. 

I;»aa not baalde him #h*n he dioftt 
I oilr ktiow he paaood away. 

it. Miv vnod-byt ^^ 

Loving Wife." 

Aa4 I oottld notaay aood-bye. 
— laaerted by Hla 

-IK mntoBiAM 

In ever loving remembrance of our darling 
daughter, Murtef Kmlly Allmitl. whom tha 
tord .toMc to Himself November Ith, 1811. 

Vuro, lerely, full of goodness and of truth: 
**aaponalve to her Qod. e'en from her youtir; 
Sver at hand lo help those that had need. 
iLtunted by many a* » friend indeed, 
ntenaeiy did.ahe lov« her Bavloor dear: 
Oh no. she 10 not far, but near. 
Unending Joya are hera, beyond our thought; 
leek, oh aeek that eame Idvlour whom she 

May that Moot k««li aha lorod y««r troaavro 

Unbounded lovo and grace you there will aee. 
Receive' with Bi*«kne«« thl ongrnfted w6r«. 
I will InatniOt and teach thee, aalth the Lord- 
Bngravad opon tar hearta la her sweet name. 
Itlfo without her can n<>ver be the same. 
"Thy will be done." 
Tnaertod t^ hor loving father and motllor. 

ture* at 1. to "Becret Dostrlne'' claaa. frl* 
4Uys. i p,m., ahd to. IntTulrers' inialMifc 
Tueadaya, 1 p.m. Free lending library apaB 
1 to 1 every afternoon except Sunday. Hoak 
Bee , Mra. Wm. Montelthr: phono 1I47U 

VKTBRAM Tailor, Iniperial Bank Butld^ 
lag. •_ 

IlKTUNDKRrUL opportunity for a couple of 
*T lotelllgent clean cut men: steady work, 
good pay. Btart immediately. Apply be« 
tween 9:10 and 10:tV. and 1:10 and 4:14. 
Lee. 1!08 Oovernroent Btreet. Room 1. 

YOtJR old felta blocked and cleaned t^ 
look like new, Victoria Hat Factory, 
Broad and Port Btreet i. 


^^^^^ CHPMCU ^< ^}C^^^^ ^^^ 


■ ' ' a I i i .1 ■ i ■' I i 

Christ Church Cathedral. Holy Comhtun- 
ion, 8 a.m, and («horal; y:30 a.m. Mattos 
and sermon. II a.m.: preacher, the Deaa. 
-Bundajf. jiakool. - XUtt-p.m, iCvenaong and 
sermon. 7 p.m.: preacher, tbo Ooaa. Tuea- 
day. November 11, "Armlattoo tJay," Holy 
Vvmmnaloa. 10:46 a.m. Very Bo*. C. 8. 
Wualnton. D.D. Dean and Rector. 

DIOOONIBMH — "He la a shirtleaa maa 
whc i« ti>o laay. to oklft /or hlma.-If." — 
IMggon Printing Co., ISIO Oovernmoat 
•trttet. Thome * Pitta' Shoe Blore la next 
d*>r. Hevon weeiu to Chrlatmaa. Order 
imur Oreeting Cirda from u« now. Work 
4one on the premises. We Invite you to inr 
•yeet our sanqM lM<4w. 

mil m ail m 

AOOUti old felt, re-blockod Is a good 
Investment. Victoria Mat Works. Broad 
aad Kort utreeu. 



international l7orr*''poiMlonc« Bchooli, 

1112 Duogia* dtroat. All Particulars Fruo 

I AON Fi UBN Tl AL —'VH Toalf oam — cura 
V^ baldaeoa. Aafc jrour druggist, too an^l 

"After taking . «p Polmaalsm for about 
months 1 wu oSeMd a very high po- 
in the firm In which I am employed, 
advancement. which inoldeatallF 
btad my salary (whklr waa not Incould*' 
anbia bttloroi, 1 attribute entlroty to Pe)> 
iBbalsai " Vull aartloular* aa ta how Pel> 
■Mnlam makes one mentally efflcient, there- 
by Increasing his eliralnjr powar. no matter 
l^ero he Uvea or what kia occupation may 
bo, will be sent on aupiicatlon to The Pel* 
man Institute. T«C Temple Bulldlna. To- 
ronto. Canad a. ., 

EARN 126 weakly, apare time, writing for 
newapapera, magaxinea. Experience un> 
kpceisary. Details tree. 
t«e at. Louis. Ho. 

(JtTRONG woman, used to Ironing. Tka 
»J I.en»ie Co.. Ltd.. 1117 Broad Btreet. 

S1CATB8 ground by an expert gt PUmloy 
A Ritchie, Ltd.. til View Btreet. 

mONiFOAM— Honeai hair tonle and daa^ 
X druff cure — aot ' perfumed watar. - lito 
aad 11.00. • 

WANTED— A oook general (or twa ladloa. 
1311 Ric hardson Btreet. 

Assistant olBoe girl: must ba 
flfrures: good opportunity Inr 
Apply F. W. Woolworth Co.. 

good at flfrures 

brlKht girl. 


rANTBI>-*A cook-general. Apply to 
Mrs. Cbadwick,. Bt. John'a Rectory. 
111! Qu^dra Btret. 

WANTBD— A useful girl, one aecuatoree4 
to ctiildren. Apply 110 Moas Btreet. 

■ ■ I ■ ,111 I , , ■ I — , — .- Ill 

•VVTANTBD at Once — Lady of good appear- 
▼ v unce and addrees to canvasa for 

specialty here for well known firn*. 
Box 2920 Colonlat. 



EXPERT gtveo private taltloa 
k a a pl n g. maUiamaUoi; ot& 
•l lMi. Bok 1110 CaloBlat. 

PRIVATB Tultioa. by axpertoneod toaoBerT 
In aehool aubjoeu for baakward eta- 
denu or eaaeo of neglectad aducaiioa. 
Phone 411R. 

(Gold ModalUat) 

or LONDON. BN01.AM0 

RBCEU'EB pupils for slnglac aad tbo art 
of voice productloa. and provaroa ata> 
denta for the ooneert aiatBorm. Poo a»- 
potntment and terms apply lOlS Lladoa 
Avenue, or Phone 1TT4T. 

SHORTHAND Sekeol. 1111 Oorern- 
ment 8t. Bhorthand. typowrttlnc baek- 
keeplng thoroughly tauaht; gradoataa ail- 
ing good pOsltionaL A. ■. MoMlUaa. »rla- 
cipal. Phone 174. 


CL08B in. near to DalUs Road, alg-rooated 
modem baagalow of aacailoat dealgn, 
roome are large* and wril laid uut. This la 
an UB«a«allr welt built home (or the aacrtlico 

Srloo Of lt.71e: tvrma 
u AMPHiJcrr G. e uowbll 

101 Union Bank Building 
Phone 6»00 

B. B- H»IATH . 
Ill; Douglas Str.e«t 

DITCHBMB BTHBBT— Thin a-riram modern 
bungalow cement basement, piped for 

_.__ »;«,.« ANDRKW.S SNAPS 


■T wist. Pick UP one of ibt-ae snaps and 
B tell the landlord to «o to— I»am»j,cu«. 
EAUTIFUL Mt. Tolmlo. ntsUed In a 
'Choice loeailon amouiciii plctureaqun 
_ aurroundluga. this eUarmliii; 7 -roomed eenil- 

•/"•••voted. Is being aacrlHced account III- 

This Is the bast 
clear title, only 

SPBCIALIBT coaches backward papllg; 
term* moderate. Box 1181. Coloaigt. 

SnroiNO aad eight vMdwUr otaaaim The 
Qlrla* Rlgfe Bchoal. Fort St.. Mobdaya 
aad Tburadur* at T:«o. Taaabo^ Frof. J. 
D. Town . Addroag, ^141 Leonard. 

VBRNON Preparatory Bchooi. Coldotroam. 
B.C. Boy*. 7-l(. Largeot In Intortor: 
frnit ranch; two trained auroe* (Bncftah). 
(Bevd.) Augustine Mackle. B.D., 
(CanUb). Headmaster. 

WANTED— Teacheif, 
for voDservatory. 

piano, voloe, violin. 
Phone kl71R. 

Press Byndlcat% 

iuamt9n. D 
Bt, ioha't 

^Mjk^ttt M ^ ' 



ALOXANDRA Ballroom, Blanohe Boyd. 
leaOhor; It year^ experience. The lat- 
aat daaceO from New York, Uoaton and San 
Franolaco. Romombat thu best is worth 
while. PMvato leaaons afternoons by ap- 
pointment. Clao*e» evenings at 7. Pkaao 
liulte B, Mollor Apartments, 1 to 10:10 a.m.. 
or call at.Alexaadra Ballroom at 1 p-n. 

AWBLL esubltataed Ufe Insurance Com- 
pany oBera lo k live agent a good 
eontract. and will train any young man who 
ahows proB^toBoy lb aollolting bunhecs. Bog 
LLL, COlOBlgt. ^ 

A DAMCB will b* hold in Cotwood Mall, 

r*Tli*a<or. Novambor 11, 1»1». com- 

meoetnB » B-to. OimnT* orokeotra. Tickets, 

60c. HeCreJamoats. 

A8PBC(Ai.> mooting for women will be 
held in Bt. Andrew's Presbyterian 
Church, Sunday at 1 p.m. Dr. V. A. Robin- 
son. 't>f Toronto, will gWo a boaiMUiil ad- 

ANCIENT Order United Workmen. Van- 
couver Lodge No. I will hold military 
MO, Wednesday November 11 commeaclitg 
«!4& p.m.. In old K. of C. Halt. Fort Btreet. 

I .« . i — » I 

A MILITARY 600 will bo hold by tho 
l^dlo^ AHXillary to tho Comradea of 
tbv Great War. Monday. lOtk. at their elub- 

AN "Armistice Tea" will ba bold at lit 
Fort Btreet. on Wednesday. November 
IX. at 1 p.m. by the W. A. lo O.W.V.A. Ad- 
misalaa. lacladlag tea. 16 cent*. 

too PABTY will be held la the Blraw.^ 
MaU o« November 12. at 1 

. , ■*. earner of Qoadra and Maaoa.' 

Rector, Rav. F. A. P. Cbadwick. M.A^f 
Armistice Anniveraary Sunday. 8 a.m.. 
Holy Communion. 11 a.m.. Morning Prayer. 
1:10 p.m.. Sunday-school and Conflrmatioh 
Claaa. 7 p.m.. Kveoaong. with special aer« 
vice of praiae and thaakagiving to mark thd 
first aanlveraary of the armlatlce. Boldlerg' 
and their kin are eap^clally Invited. '' 

Bt. Barnabas.' corner CooK and tfalodonta. 
Rev. N. E. Smith. B.A.. rector. 1 a.m.. 
Holy Eucharist. 11 a.m.. Matins and Litany, 
with address. 7 p.m.. Evensong. Tuesday; 
11th November < Armistice Day), 8 a.m... 
Holy Eucharist. 11 a.m.. ailent prayer, fol- 
lowed by Holy Eucbarlat. with hvmna. 
Notice: Worahipera at thla aervlce are re- 
quested to be In their seats not later than 
10:6t a.m. 

Bt. James* ehureh. Ouotoae Btreet, I a.m.. 
Holy Commnnion, Hi a.m.. Matina 2:45 
p.m., Sunday School, T p.m.. Evensong. 
Hev. H. T. Archbold. B.A.. rector. 

Bt. Mary's, Bums Btreet. Oak Bay. 1 a.m.. 
Holy Communion. 11 a.m.. Matina and ser- 
mon. 1:10 p.m., Sunday School. 7 p.m., 
KvenooDg and aermon. Rev. O. H. Andrewa. 
M.A.. rector. 



Ftrat Haptlat Churcbt corner Tatea ' and 
Quadra. Rev. P. C. Parker. M.A. a.m., 
"Tbe Prayer Filled Life"; 2:^0, Sunday 
School, All com* to chgrck morning, gO to 
Drill Hon evening. - .. 

Emmanuel. Kernwood car termlnua. Rev. 
WUMam Btevanson. Morning. 11. "Jeaua 
Answering Hla Critics." Bvenlna, 7 o'clock, 
"The OVeat Refuaal." Evening aervlce 
begtna at 7 and eloaoa in Uma lor Gypsy 
Smith Miaslon. Vialtoro to city take car 
No. 1. Fernwoo d end. 


Chriatadelphiana. A.O.F. Hail. Broad BL 
Memorial service, 10:10 <a:m. Lecture, 7:30 
p.m.; aub.lect, "Paul's Defence Before 
Agrlppa." Freo. 

Chrlatadetphian meeting*. K. of P. Hall. 
No^M Park Street. Sunday Bchooi, 10 a.m^ 
Breaking of Bread. 11 a.n>. LoctoriD, 7:10 
p.m.; subject. "Wh o I s Jeaua Chriatr* 


Congregational Church. Note: Evening, 
aervlce for tonight only 'at •:!#: over In 
good , time for the Oypay Hmlt>r meeting. 
Kvi-nlnu Mubtect. "Goaala" 11 a.m., "Chrla- 
tlan Perfection. You will be welcome ll^ 
thta Friendly Church. 

cmimtAN Mnimcii' 

FIREMEN, Brakenen, fieo-llOO monthly! 
experience unneceaary. Write Railway 
Aasoclation, c.o. Colonist. 

OOOD wages for home work. We need 
you to make aooks oh the fast, easily 
loarned Auto Knitter. . Experience unneces- 
•ary. Distance immaterial. Positively no 
oanvaaslng. Tarn aupptied. Particular* lo 
ftgmp. Depi, »0-Ct Autp Kaltter Co.. Tors_ 

WANTBD<— BxperteiKed waltre**. Carlton 
Cafe. 1218 Broad Street, 

WANTED-'Nurse for 
11»6 Colonlat. 

little girl. Box 

YyANTED— Capable worlung 

for family of four. 

Pheae SllfBL. 

Gv.*oL> all round man 
Sluccett'a 8tatlo& 

wanted. Maber, 

' n l&i «»Vi .jfTint't -fflfr/i- r.'aw^.i,^ — . line (I, ji^.. .till 

; G.W. V. A. " 

' 'yU'"^,^ 







WAITRESS wanted, experienced. Apply 
to Diet ic ian, Crajgdarroch Hoepital. 

WANTED-^irl for light housework. 1^11 
Quadra Street. 

WANTED — Qeneral help for small family. 
Wagea 110. 148 Michigan Bt. 

YOUNG lady to help with houaework. 
Phone 2112. 


CHINEBB interpreter and translator. 
L, N. Wing On. Pho ne 1111. 

C10WMAN requires position, thoroughly un- 
^ derstands the care and ralalnK uf young 
atuck: married man. Colon lat Box 2&8«. 

COMMISSARY Expert U open for new bua- 
liieai. auperlntsndlng the feeding of men 
In laryti campa or fntitory tuwna a~ apedalty ; 
correaponUeiice aoltclted. Apply Colonist 
Box 2714.^ 

N. Wing On. 
employment agency. Phoae 



DOMINION Academy vt Mnolc, cor. Fort 
and Cook. Madame Webb. M.I.B.M. 
Til R.A.M. sttceess <84 this year, inoiud- 
Ing Licentiate). Phone l»2I. 

BANJO, violin, mandolin, guitar, ukulele 
and steel guitar. Thirty years' teach- 
ing experience. 11.10 per loaaoa: • leaoooa 
for 110. 


Brown Block. Ill« Broad Btroet. 

Phono iitl. Boa, phone iiiTL 

Hour* I to > p,m. 

RNBdT SBMPLB, violinist and teaoker. 
Late 1st Canadian Division Concert 
party. Prance. Orchesta supplied. 1X41 
MItOhail St.. VIetorla. B.C. PhOna 1747. 

MIS8 Clarissa Davies; pUno and singing. 
1111 North Park. Phone 117X. 

MISS Edith Geoghegan, A.R.C.M. teacher 
of pianoforte and theory. (IT Coa-' 
otance Avenue, Bsauimalt; late 
erpool, England. 

_ — „_ — . ......... — --_ The property poaseaaes tho choicest van- 

furnace, lot «• X 110 ft., with aasorted . etien of fruits .IncludInK cherrlo». applel. 

, . — -_.,. -«.._ •_ ...- ,.—. pears, etc.. aa well aa ih.. usual nmall varl- 

etlea. A line bedae eAtrnda a<«oaa the full 
frontage, witli, Uurel. ix>k„ tre<it and abun.l- 
ance of othrr dowers and ahrutiberv addtnc 
to lu beauty. The home la airli-ily mod- 
ern witiT Mil city ronvt-nienceti. uloau to oar 
near a paved street and taxea only lie iht 
year. Iinmedlale poaseaalon. ownrr leaving 
**».?.'}'* '*" Callfornli*; fumllur.. optional. 
«- -.'"ki""*"/'"."' '" ^''" uiid most 
profitable of Ita aise in the oommunltv. 

Must be sold In four daya or It's off the 
bi'hk'S' ■* **" " 14,700: Rood terms tau 
CJUMMIT SECTION- Beautiful 8-roome<t 
»eml-bunrulnw. ideally altuated. com- 
nriandlnir aplendid view of olty, awav from 
thw fuga and mlata. the healthieal part of 
city. A bantaln for someone at 14,100- 
ffood term*. 

QUADRA ST.— Splendidly built 6-roomed 
bungalow In a rholoe location; every- 
thing modern and up-to-date: uwnera aolnc 
east, selling at a anap. t3.K>0; term.s 

GORGE Dlyrict— Choice 7.momed home, 
modern In every detail with furnarr. 
laundry tuba, etc., line garden, large and 
amall fruila. aarace: taxea 110. Reduced 
•«rlce. 11.S90; terms. 

T INDBN AVE.— Bpecial: 7-roomed seml- 
■1-^ bungalow: owner leavln* for the South. 
must be nnld at once. Bargain price 14,300: 
e>iah tl.ooe. 

OAK BAY HPECIAI.r— Five rooma. with 
provision for two extra uoatatra. lot 
60 by 106 feet, under cultivation: fine gar- 
awe, ehirken hnuasH anil ruiiK. "nila home 
Is located In an exclualve locality, and Is a 
bargain at II.oao: ^aav term*. 

701-4 B. C. Loan BIdg. Phone 1TI8 

JOHN BT. — Five rooma, modern, juat re- 
decorated: lot 10x1X0: fruit trees; 
11.100; terma 

bsMiac frvlt troos. 
buy in the dlalrlct; 

BANK STREET — l-room modern houae. 
eieeping porch, gas pipe<i In, balli-ln 
features; furnace, laundry trays and 
nament baoemcnt. I'rtce 18,100 with 
11,000 caeh.. 

LINDEN AVENl'B — t-room semi -bungalow, 
with all built-in fealurea: nice nreplac>e, 
Sn* piped In, heated by furnace; cement 
basement: garage. Jinmediate poases- 
glon. Going for 14,00*. easy terms. 

CIXyVBRUAI.E AVBNUB— This nice 4- room 
oottac*, with pantry, situated on a 
large lot. with good' chicken hoase and 
woodshed. This Is a splendid Inveat- 
ment and mutt be sold qulrkly as tho 
owner Is leavlhg the city. Only ll.SQO: 

FBRNWOOO. DISTRICT— IB high location, 
this 8-room niodern house, with all 
-4>ollt-ln featurva, cement basement and 
furnace, large and good garage, altuated 
cloae to Tal*a Street, only 16,500, 

PEMBROKE STREET— Modern 6-room bun- 
galow, on a large lot, oluae to pdrk and 
school and walking distance to city. A 
very good buy on easy terms: only 


1212 Dougla s Street 

ESQtJlMALT— «-r«oiw modora bo«ao witk 
otoro: foal bargala: MLll*. 


EIOHT-rooa hooae, basement, two acre*: 
all cultivated : fruit trees, garden. 

of Uv 

TTKULELE anj^ Hawaiian 
by tb 

steel (ultar 

yf taught to billy in alx to twelve weeks 

by the only Hi ' 


only HawaiUn teacher in British 
J- K. Atcherley. Phone 770. 

VIOLIN Instruction by George J. Dyka 
-<'»•« Director Vancouver Conaorvatoiy 



EXPERIENCED, gardener doalres work by 
day or week. TurnbuU. 221» Shakes- 
peare Btreet. Phone 6177R . 

"^AVAL pensioner, oOloar's steward, ro- 

of Music). No 

violin. Belgian School 

Douglas Street. 

open to receive pupils for 
Phone 4 TOOL, tOl 


Qulres situation 

PhT>ne 4168. 

any position of trust. 

Apply Room 104. Dottglao Hotel 
(Wateman or Haaeltino) 

LIVE coupon men at Oolpitt's Studio, 101 
^atoB - 


MEN — Age 17 to 61. Experience unnecos- 
*ary. Travel; make aecret Investiga- 
tiona reports. Salaries, expenses. Amori- 
can Foreign D ertectlve Agency, 6U8 St. Louis. 

MEN to come and eat aoup. suw, fish, pie, 
padding, tea or coBe*. tor lOe. Library 
Cate, oppoaite Library. ' 

SKATB8 ground by an expert at Plimley 
A Ritchie. Ltd.. Oil View Btreet. 

Flrot Charch nf Christ. Scientist. PM Pan- 
dora Avenue. Victoria. B.<\ Services a«e 
held on Sundaya at 11 «.m, an«l 7:3o p.m. 
Subject for today. November 1. "Adatif and 
Fkllen Man." Testimonial meetings averse 
Wednesday evening at 1 o'clock. ' Visitor* 





wittdowo, framo^ 
mbttldinga, cabinets and furniture to 
wder. Prompt delivery; right i»rlcea. 
tireen Xgrflber Co; phono M>7. 

COUht Triumph, AO.F.-— The ladle* of 
Court Triumph will hold g sal* Of fancy 
work and homo Brod««o. WgdoogAlur, No> 
vcmber 11,. la Forvstera' Hall. Broa4 ilreol, 
from 3 to < and 1 in the eveolng, Aytlcloo 
may be left at Mr*. Trye, Ttl Flagard Btroot. 
Member* PtOBOo nolo. 

DON'T uao table vinegar for slofcle*. 
canooim pickl|iig vinogag i* aud* for 
that p w m o a *. A*k for it. 

•r\oir* Vii 

1/ Dftti Ma 
p.m. Wkih> 

1 I I iiyw*rimi 

**Mli ta hear oypay Smith at H^w 
Mwl on BiMday; men only at 1 
•ervica at 1 p.m. 

DaNCB and 100 

' >m Mot* k lobit mtoeo and IM on Frt- 

%r. November J4. 111*. Dancing ■;•• ^.m. 

MJ irm noi« n lomt EMkeo * 
4nr, November «4. 111*. Dandng ■;•• a.m. 
B) U:10 P'to- Fiva hundred oommeaoea l:M 
»n«s Knighta of PytMaa Ball. Mortk Parlf. 
•ireoi. , 

Admla*ion: 600, tic: danoa, too. 

■ ■ ■ I II 

T SMITH apeaka to men only la New 

tMlttL iBIla his unique Ufa atory 
m <|rp*» IVnt in Paipit." at .New 
l>liaadny at l i>.m. CraeMta will 


want to hoar it 

Matropolitan Methodist Church, cor. Pan- 
dora and Quadra Htreeta. Minister. Riv. H.- 
«. OstMrne. 10 a.m.. classes. 11 a.m. 

areacher. Rev. W. M. Scott. B. A.; aoloiat, 
Ira. Morton. 2:10 am.. Sunday School. 
7:10 o.m., no aervlce. Everybody urged to 
attend Oypay Smith meeting. New Drill Hall.' 
1 p.m. 

Centennial Metbodlat Church. OorM Road, 
near Government. Paator. Rev. J. L. Battv: 
•tudy phone. 0151. tl a.m. mtbleri. "The 
Books Were ' Opened." 7 p.m. publect. 
'"{•raer* Death. ' Sunday School and Bible 
CTosaea. 2:10. Note: Evening servfee at 7 ■ 

- — ^ — ■ - ■ - I ' • I 

Jam** Bay Methodist Church, cor. Men- 
rtfx nnd Mirhlaan Streets. 11 a.m., Mr. 
Oiadatona Brown, of the Oypoy Smith Mi»- 
alon. win sinr and sptgk. 7:10 ».m.. go to 
the New Drill Hall. 

THE utmost care \g exorciaed in- the 
dling of your furniture when Uudaon 
broa. move yoji. Phone Hit. 

WANTED— Men to qualify to fill poalBon* 
aa automobile mechanlca and expert* 
ond earn big money. We teach, automobile 
repairing and driving, vulcanising and re- 
"■*•?!?■ o' '"*■• bottery reeharglng and 
repairing and exy aoeUiyne welding on the 
latoot and beat equipment We have taken 
over tho large and spaelon* depot property 
formerly the Victoria aad Sidney Railway 
promi*o* at Blanshard and FIsgard Streets. 
where we are In a position to train you 
In any line of automobile work you desire, 
call or wrte for information on special ratea 
ond catalogne, EaUbllsbed over fifteen 
rear* with branches at Winnipeg. Catgary. 
■dmonton, Saakatoon. Regina. Vancouver. 
Portland. Ore., and Taroma. Wn. 
Victoria School and OfBee. cor. Blanshard 
^ an d Fl «gard Btreet* 

WANTED— Boy with wheeT'for FairfTiid 
district. Apply Hall A Berry. Port. 
Btreet. Phone 1514, 

WANTED— Man tp take cerdwood con- 
tract; also cutting ties: good ground: 
heat of timber; near city. Box 2625. Colonlat. 

TJETURNED soldier, certified aceouotant 
XV and auditor, desires suitable position: 
highest qualincatlona; booka opened, written 
up and audited. Box 2828 Colonial. ' 

SKATES ground by an expert at Pllmloy 
A Ritchie. Ltd.. 411 Vie w Btreet. ^ 

work : experl- 

SHOE repairer, all-round 
enced. Apply Bgx 2718 


aervices of a FULLY QUALIFIED 
HOTEL MANAGER, will be available 
about Dec lat., city or country: excellent 
oredentlala; repllea treated confidentially. 
Apply Colonlat Bo x 1716. 

WANTED — By unemployed, all kinds of 
JobblnK and repair work, promptly and 
reasonable. Pho no 6S54R. 

WORK on dairy and poultry farm by man 
not afraid of work, good references: 
alao can take charge of home. Box 1114 

keeper Public Work* Dept., Sudan 
Government, Khartoum, desire* poaltlon of 
responalblllty. Claaa "D" honorably re- 
jected volunteer of Caiwda. Pleaae phone 
1&4 Provincial Government Employment 

MRS. R. SBMPlei. — Pianist and ex- 
perienced teacher of piano; papll* pre- 
pared for examination if doairod. 1241 
Mitchell Street. Phono 1147. 

HOCibm ¥%>H tUkM M B 

A7-ROOJ<, eapecially built bungnlow, oB 
Simcoe Street, * abaolutely modern: 
bigheat grade pfumbtnr, improvement taxea 
all paid; worth 14,100; owner will aell (or 
11,000; terms |100 caah, balance e 
Crown Realty Co., ov er imperial Bank. 


A SPLENDID llttio home of 1 roonu^ with 
,•**■ three-quarter* of an acre of Bret elaaa 
land, all in garden; orchard of 11 bearing 
fruit tree* and suiall fruits; chicken houses 
and hog pens; close to car: low taxes. 11,700. 

7 -ROOM modem house. Just outoide tho 
city limit*, with half acre of good land 
all In orchard; excellent basement; furnace; 
kitchen and pantry: dining room with open 
fireplace, built-in buffet; living room with 
open fireplace; one bedroom downstairs, I 
bedrooms upstalra. alt with dpaeta. W* 
have been inatructed by the owner to aacrt- 
nee thia property for 11.700. 

4QUARTER-ACBB lota, Oorgo DIatrlot, 
Si 00. 


E. A. 
Fort Street 


Phone 2111 

'OOB Balo— Ore madora O-n 
J: % mil* elreie. 11.100: *•* modem 1- 
room koooo. 1 mUo clrelei. 11.100; 4 lou la 
Garden City Park near car. llfl oaob or 
Otier. Box B.D.W.. t.'olonlsf. 

1001 Langley Street 

■^ORTH PARK— Five rooms, modem, beau- 
-^^ tlful; lot 8 0x140; 1 2.100; easy terms. 

CHAUCEB, Oak Bay — Five rooma, modern, 
splendid lot 60x110: 11.100; 1100 
down, balaitee to aulL 



ELLERT BTREET — Close carltne and city 
limits, 4-roomed modem bungalow, 
baoemcnt and all uonvenienccs. with 1 good 
lota Price 12,100, temts. 

Six-Room furnished houo*. Head Street, t 
blooks from carllne, modern; |t,100; 

on terms. 

TXTB oan oSer, at a oaoriflee. to clooe an 
v.* eatate. 6-roomed bungalow on Sim* 
Price li.llO; terma 


FOR Bale 
Biohardaon Street. 

RBOINA Avenue — l-room'ed houae on good 
lot. IB good repair. Price 1460 ; terma 

-A modern 10-room house. lOlT 
on Street. For particular* an- 

ply to No. 1017 Rlchard*on. or 1107 Gov- 

emment Street 

TTtOR Sale- Victorta Weat. Bvo-room*4. 
A', m odern eettago oe targe let (aotng two 
Otraoto. For priea and term* apply Mra. B 
Battan. TO* Pthe St. Victoria Wiat 

FIVE-roomed houae on 1 lot* (corner). 
Gorge. Phone Owner, 1102L. morning*. 
No a gents. 

OR Less Than Ton Could Poaaibiy Build 

HIGH VIEW — Five rooma, house aJmoet 
new, modem: 11,400: eaay terms. 

PBRNWODD— Five large rooma. modem. 
spAndld lot: 12,500; easy term*. 

HAMPSHIRE ROAD— Bight rooms, fully 
modern; cheap at 11.800: easy terms. 

ryOODLATTOS ROAU, Falrfleld— Four- 
~ » room modem bungalow; give away 

Price at 81,600. 


ROAD^New six-room house, 
new threo-room houae. both 

modem: lot 60x180; snap at 11,880; 

must aell within ten days at this 


WANTED — Farm work by axt>erlenced 
farmer (married). H. Langrish, 184 
K*rr Ave. 

YOUNG maa. energetic, industrious and 
some farming experience, ceeks situation 
on farm; can mjlk. Mr. O.. P. O. Box 1114, 


have a epoclal Okoretarial oourao 
that 10 uniform in every detail. A 
private or commercial secretary might be 
your profession. Phone the manager. The 
Shaw Corv^spondsnce School of Toronto, 11 
Arcade Building. Viotoria, phoae 8(72. 


Beihagda Pcntecoatal 
Franklin be Rllleti. paator. 

Mission. Rev. 
— Kervloee: Hun- 
dav. 2:20 and 7:10: Tuesday anrl Friday, 
7:10 o.m. Room 1. Lee BuUdinc. r-orner 
Brond *nd Johnson lHree<*. Phone llllX, 
' " - ■- " — . .... ■. 

Bnndgy ovening leeturea. Orange Hall 
(oppoaN* the Alexandra Club). Courtney 
Street. T.«ctur«a eommenre at 7:10. Subject 
for tonMMt "The King of the Bouttt," Daniel 
xi., 01. All are welcome. No eollaotloit 

^ Mr. A. E. Booth, evangellat. will fO.V.) 
hold a Bible reading at 9:41 p.m. and will 
proneb at 7 p.m. at 3847 Oeuiiiaa Stiroot. All 
wololtme: HO collectloB. 

Oakland* Ck»*pel Hall, Hiiuide <<at ter- 
mlMua Chrtslian* moot: 11 a.m.. worahlt»- 
a p.m.. eeliool; 7 p.m.. Ooapel addrsas. All 

Malt IM. Campbell Building. 

Service. *J'''^Jf*ST •'•"*«y- 

on Grant. 
Spiritual Healing.' 

Come early. 

B. a, itIkoM Qgia lOth Oordong). 

Tmoo and Bread B uo o ta 

IP «vor It. woloamo t* the BgcOlalor Bible 
riaaa, F*l>Bo1* Methodlat Qiurch. 
irf I ■ 1^— .^-^^.^.^ I I II . ,1 

9t H» — Ik***, oar latoat pro* 
•Swoot Military Reiiah." and 
c o w A n 


xgum ^wtoB_^ 

f^T Itif jMol. Mnr and Cemfort. 


■ay t mBo o« gggi H r konok. <.•• 

l/otol Ba« aor4onB_ «.M 

(Ckalot Itetel *ttf«r> l.N 

V*lloy AM 

■«*Bl« ovOMB. . c«r 

10. 0« 

i MlilBajr_--- 

axeoiloat akade 4.( 

#>.t*4aM B*y man aaa asommi «■«■« «.•« 

fiSa mSSimmrrtmr tko ootOlnwow ««m« 

^Jry^^^^MlBB th4r«Karso to «1.M 

»* **^ nupb X pxtKurw 
in* im Atb^, 

Fbono lill 

St^bJevt today 

ita^ to* Thuraday cv«|(inr, 8 o'clock. 

• otffUy, Ml daiitiib^U BuUdllii 
Hour*: 3 lo 4 o'floi-h every afternoon e«- 
»ept Batgrday. also by appointment. 

The Ronlonielan Fellowship wilt moat 
every Fridsy «i » p.m. In Room 111. Pem- 
borton BIdg.. Fort Street. .Non-aectarlan: 
yaw are cotiiiaiiy invtfd. 

„ Fttwl Hi>irttual Ohiiroh, St. John's Mall. 
Iferatd HtreOL TeAoy. Nov. Mb. Me4>ting, 
7:10 p.m. Circles. Mrvndoy, Wrdnrsdav an<l 
Thuraday. All welcome. 

WANTED — Ono baakat maker; 
understand* wicker ohair work: 

WONDERFUL opportunity for a couple of 
Intelligent clean cut men: steady work, 
good pay; start Immediately. Apply be- 
tween v:10 and 10:10. and 3:10 and 4il0. 
Lee. 1208 Government B treet. Room 2. 

WANTED — Qualified elexator boy. Ad- 
dreaa Box 2842. Colonlat. 

WANTED — Boy lo learn automobile buil- 
nea*. Blanrhard Garago, 101 1 Fort Bt 

man who 

- - ..ork: both 

In making and repair* pr*(erred. Addree* 

Boa w. C.ilonist 

WANTED— Man oh farm, plough, milk, 
etc.; state wagos llrat letter, Oeorgo' U 
Paddon, HIghneld. Mayne Island. 

WANTED — Preaaor, one accustomed to the 
Hoffman preaa; tailor who could fill In 
time aewlng preferred. Regal Cleaners. 
Yates Btreet. 

HtOR COST OF umro 

YOUR preaont salary ean he matarlally 
laoroa**d by taking an anancy with one 
o( the oMoot BrttUk Inguraaoe eompaaie* 
doing bueineo* in Viotoria. Full partioa* 
lara aad (re* eeuro* o( laatraetles will ba 

to epieBdid hdrnttlkg*. Bog 1M& 


CAPABLE, refined lady, 15 year*, dealre* 
poeition a* bousekeopcr: Southern B. C 
preferred. Box 1177, Colonist • 

DHE8SUAKER for ladles' houses, altera- 
liona, loose covers for furniture. |4 a 
day. Box 4881 Co lonist. 

I^NGLISH tcaloed nuree, disengaged, 
-J night or day duty, or mental. Phone 

EXPERIENCED young lady requires clert- 
cal poaltlon. Apply Box 2878. Col onlat. 

NURSE wants invalid companion or any 
plai-o of trust Mrs. Turner. 1011 View 
Street. Phone _6442L. ^ 

POSITION a* hou*el(eeper or oompanloa 
help on f*lai)d, out of city, where work 
not too heavy. Write Mr*. M. Bailey, (3on- 
eral Delivery, Vancouver. 

PRIVATE maternity home. 1787 Second 
Street. Phone 1280L. 

CJKATES ground by an expert at Plimley 
U A BItchle, Ltd.. 811 View Street. 

fpWO capable experienced girls seek sltua- 
A tiom on farm or in houre. Oooa know- 
ledgq, of chlekena, needlework, rooking and 
general ability for uaetulnes*. Flrat claaa 
workera. Miss H., P.p. Box 1114 Victoria, 


WANTED — tn a good home, city or coun- 
try, a situation nn a, companion help 
to a lady, where duties would be light: no 
cooking. Give full partlculara to Box SlO» 

WANTED — ^Elevator or ofllce work. Phono 

WAR widow wania care of children or 
light housework In morning*, 1:10 till 
1 p.m. : no washing. Pho n e 8716. 

YOUNG lady, well educated. English, de-. 
sires posltloik with fsmlly: light house- 
work, sewing, assist with children, teach 
music. Apply 870 Pine Street. Phone 174 R. 

QUABTBR-ACRE lot. North Qnadra dla- 
trict all good land. f4l«. 


...... _ <?*'Y Brokerage 

101 Union Bank Building 

Phono lit 

A (300D HOMB 

A WELL built six-room bungalow, all 
modem convenience*. Jut* ofl Barnalde 
Road within city limits, two mlnuto* to 
car. good basement, piped for furnaee: lot 
1* 176 feet deep with good garden: vary 
low taxea, aad a Bne healthy location. 

Price 11.000, with 1600 caeh. aad tko bal- 
ance like rent 


Prince** Avenue, near Blanshard Street, for 
11.860. Terms to be arranged. Apply, 
Owner. 101 Union Bank Building. Tele- 
phone 1721. 

pV>R clear title cheap propertiee laoin^ 
'A- lag acreage, 4-room bungalow, mod- 
ern, and good level lots Just outstde olty 
llmlto; low taxea Phone Owner, unu. 

' ' I 

FAIRFIELD, 6-roOro house, 50 (t. lot; 
81.000. Phone No. 41B7L. 

Ij'OR quick eale, wo will sell a sound mod- 
ern flve-roomed houan. full alto cement 
baaement. bath and toilet, good garden, 
with chicken houaca; 82,100; 3600 caah. 
H. AMPHLBrr G. C, lio..iiM. 

101 Union Bank Building 
Phone 1100 

406 Union Bank Building 

JAMBS BAY— 8-room bungalow ia good 
condition; garag*. oament drive, full 
baaomeot ete.: lot 60x110. Price 
18.700: terma 

GOBOB — 6-room modem bungalow, lire- 
place, beamed oeillng*. baaoment 
hot water heat garage, chiokoa run. 

etc Price 11,700; torma 

"DURNSIDB— Oataide city liauta, I-room 

AJ bungalow, baaement very large lot 

10x200, all fenced: poultry house 

and runa Price only 11,800: terms. 

I7&0 cash, balance arranged, 

CLOVBltDALE— 1 rooms, and good lot 
several cord* of wood. Only 1100: 
eaay terms. 

1114 Qovemment Btreet ' Victoria. B.a 


JE — l-room modern house. 


Xntranoe Sayward Block 




A MODERN home o( S room*, on mile 
circle, for Bale; good district: low 
taxea; good car aervlce H block: 11.000 on 
term*. Apply Owner, Box 2H7, C olonlat- 

AN attractive and well arranged bungni 
low of 1 room*, with nice gnrdon. in 
good realdentl^l dlatrlct to be aacriflced for 
11,100, with 1800 caah. Thla prloe iadludo* 
•omo furniture. Thla ia a real bargain. 

Personally Inapectcd. Exclusive agemk 


101 Union Bank Building 


A COSY 4-room home, with bath, pantry 
and full baaement: lot 60x120. fruit 
ireea and good garden. Only 


4 ROOMS, bath, pantry and full baaement 


Phone 718 


-r tv^LM.*: 


A WOMAN to do a amall plain washlns 
at her home weekly. Iver Smith. tOl 
Go vernmen t Rfreet 

l^-^AltN 121 weekly. apal>e tin«, writing for 
A.# newspaper*, magaslne*. Kxperleno nn- 
oecesaary. I>elall8 free. Preaa Hyndleate, 111 
Bt. Loul*, Mo, 

F'URNITURB Cratod. aklppod aad removed 
by experienced men. Phono Huda^ 
Broe., 2281; 1176 Yateo Street ""•'*» 

1'nliarlan Clmrpli, (orkor Fernwood and 
Ratmoral Reada. Bervlcea as usual. It 
a.m.. evening, 7:1*. I,eattirc by Mme. San- 
domon-lfoaBln, aukJect, **t4rgy*tte." 

Tkeoaophv- Victoria I>odg«. Room zTi 
BOtmwiH Neoaa, at • »m. Mow. W. O. It. 
Mlllson will lecturo on '"The Study of Com* 
paratlva Mythoiocy." PnMlc 'Invited. 

boMi ana Bla tt S iM '. : nmim l^*y 
B. Owen. MomUMT *ertfgO, lii;^i 

vlor, 7:20. 




New Thoaghl Temple; Hall 111. F»mh*r- 
ton ,Bloolt: Dr. Bulla- wlU gnaak at II a.m< 
on "Awahenlne the Chiliil WKktlC- 7:2t 
^m. anhJoct "Hmi*^ iBl^SMi|^ 

B«. Andrew'* Church. Bev. W. 
rta^. D.n.. minister. S«rvl««« today: 11 
a-m., -Petor'* rouMflgten '* ; SM Am- M|p 

oervlre o« toiorcoaefen ; », y^tk,. hear Oypay 
SmHh » Bjfii Han. '^^ 

GIRL to help with light hou*ework. Ap- 
ply 1716 Foul Bay Read , 

GOOD home for ono or two children. Box 
tntt Ci>M«*t. 

TMMKdFatBI.T. a or 1 ladles of refliiiiiTiit 
A. for congonlal work, good romunMtttion. 
ApDiy between It and 13 aad 1 aad Tlm! 
irn oavommont Street Boom g . ^ 

TJMJUl ono or Ue boot paid ar«r«**teM. 

it^^TLsst %s:.ssr j^t^ 

imtT^i»iT* »x«- SS«k oTr'^botM^ 

ruUk Valo«K% 


VloioHa Hal 


MJ blocked to lo^ like now. 

Works. Hread awd Fort. 

LAL'IfDBT — A good reliable laofidry 
Woman to do weekly a family waahlaa 
aad ber own horn*. One eoovn- 
al««t to l%rllament Bultdings prrfrrrod. 
Apply, giving addr«*% refereaees and oharBa 
lo B*x 21X1 CMontgt. 



I- bB na*wo« k ki amaU kaa- 

pitat. twenty boda. no oooBtag or lam- 
Hod: Mai* Miary aad 

wkon Men for e«Mmg«me«H. M at r ow. Wi.^ 
Coaot Oenrral Hoopltal. Port AlbernL Vaa- 
ooarar Island, 

DRESSMAKING — Bloa*e*, kimonos and 
alteration* promptly- done. Room II, 
707 Ml Yateg Street . 

MRS. WB8J. 71* Fort Street. Dreaamak- 
ing , altdratloo*, etft Phone HIT. 

AQgWTa WAWTgft m 

AMBITIOUS men and women of influ- 
ence, anxious to earn Indeppndent in- 
come, may devote all or part oi their time. 
Write for partlvolor*, I.,one Star Invest- 
ment Co., Hoffman BIdg.. Houston, Texa*. 

MAKE moaoy at koma Yoa caa earn 
from |l lo tl aa hour la year oparo 
time writing *how card*: qnickly and easily 
learned: no caavaoBlag: w* teach yoa hew 
aad eell yonr work. Write today for full 
partlculara. American Show Card Bchoal, 
111 Ryrl* BIdg., Tonge aad Bhuter BtreetA 
Toronto, Canada. 

- - 

S.M.BSMAN Wanted, sideline or (ull time. 
If to 14Ii dally coramlsainn; ehewlng- 
gum trade; boooling ami promlnm ma- 
chlnea; (K>mmls*lon $9 each sale: retain 
your cfmaminitnn when sale la made. Barli 
aale t^oduce* 11,6* monthly renewal on. re- 
peat gum orders. Operator* Inquire. 
Banlrhu Gum Co., 1821 Cottage Grove Avp.. 
Chleago, III 

$10 A DAT I* baing eamod by o«r aB«8ito 
ri|flbt tkrotlch the Fall, selling our kigk 
claaa Porgoaal'OroeUng Xma* Card* in Bparo 


Moody Block 

AN artlatio California bungalow of Ave 
rooms, with wide veranda and ample 
Window light, nice reception hall with mir- 
ror door clothea cioaet, aittlng-room. with 
open fireplace and built-in featurea. glaa* 
eliding doora to panelled dining-room, with 
built-in buffet, pasa pantry, kitchen, twa 
bright bedrooma with clothe* oloaet* and 
bathroom; lX,76e; 11,000 cash. 

101 Union Bank BaUdlng 
Phone «»00 

ACRAIGDARR(X:H homo at a oacriflce: 
Seven large room* and *leeping porch: 
hardwood floors, buffet, hot water heating, 
two toilet*. , everything compieto; oaly 
17,>00. on terma. Phone 216iL. 


ABBOLUrBLY the flneet and best built 
homo In Victoria, t-room bungalow, 
iTdrdwooM tloora. bullt-lH bookcaaee and 
beamed rp|ilngn. full crment baaement. for- 
nace. full width verandah, everything mod- 
ern, tlxturea and fitting*, hlgheat grade, 
garden and lawn; a bargain at fl.OOO, or 
onner will aell with furniture for 81,500, 
Further partlcolar* at our omr«. Crown 
Realty, over ImiMrtal Bank. Government 
and Yatea Ntreets. 

FOR Sale— Modem two-story house, ( 
large rooms, qement baaement, piped 
for furnace, largo cblcken houae, lot 60x181, 
good Boll. Terma, 12,600. Phone 2111R, 
or Box 3766 Colonist. 

FOR Sale — Fairfield District, 5-room up- 
to-date bungalow, oak floom. entrance 
hall with cloak clonet. living room with lire- 
place, built-in bookcases, beamed cf-illng and 
A-1 electric fixtures with Tiffany globes; 
dining room with built-in buffet beamed 
celling, Plate rail and Inverted light flxtura; 
Dutch ktchen in white enamel, with break- 
fast nook, concealed Ironing board, cooling 
cupboard and range hood: two bedrooms, 
bath room in white enamel with medicine 
cheat towel closet and laundry chats to 
basement; full cement basement with sta- 
tionary tubs and A-1 furnace; no agents. 
Price 14,200; mortgage, 12,100. Balance ar- 
ranged. Phone Owner, 1004L. 

FAIRFIELD btmgalow of Ave well-ar- 
ranged rooms, nice bullt-fn flxtureo, 
extra good baaement with furnace, coal 
bins, etc.; full lot. Thla is a good-looking 
warm house, with lot* of light and a flne 
*ea view. Dirt cheap at , 11,110. Easy 


101 Union Bank Bu ilding. 

fiUVE-roomed fully modem bungalow, V^l 
J Bay. Phone llllL. 


ITUUlFUBtiO— Attraettvo flvo^toani hgnao 
A; and garage, aiooo to Beaook HBl 

Park: rough ea*t exterior, latarlor 
Balah of high order; hot water 
boaUng of very best. Isaded glaaa 
windowa throughout; two open Are- 

fiiaoaa: y*n attraoUve Uvlag room. 
• ft by t«(t:dea 11 (t by ll(tj 
kltohon If (t by 11 ft; pantry, reeep- 
tloo hail. 7 ft by 14 (t; oatranoo 
♦ootlbule: two bodrooou npotalrai 
11^ (t by l« It each: bathroom 
and oeparato toilet: box roomi pro- 
vMoa made (or additional >Mlrooou 
II (t by 18 (t.: (uU *lae*ooBereu 
baaeinent concrete walks: lot H (k 
Inr IM ft Prloe 1M10; oaak |A«*k 
Owner. Box 1488. Ooloni«t 

IR Bale or exchaage. flve-room bunga- 
low, clear title, for email improved 

farm, near Victoria. Phone 1711R. after 

I Pkm. 


FOUR Udiee* eecoad-haad MeyelO* (or 
agio. Pttaloy A Bitoklo, LtA, ail Vlav 

4 bedroom*, hot water furnace, hard- 
wood floors, all buUt-ln features, garage, on 

CYAK BAT — 8-room modern hooee, 4 bed- 
V-' roomg, vacuum cleaner, built-in fea- 
tures, hot. water furnaa*^ hardwood Boors; 
on terms. 

fS.SOO '• 

■piAIRFiBLD— 7-room modem boaso. bll- 
A Hard room, hot water furnace, hardwood 
•floors, garage, large lot; on terma, 

/"VAK BAY — S-room modara bungalow with 
V-r large space in atUc. large tiled veranda, 
furnace, larg* garden on i lots; en terms. 

84. too 
y INDBN AVBNUB~-7-roaai semi-bungs- 
.,,.'*.*• 1 •bedrooms upsUirs and 1 down, 
built-in effecia. furnaee, garage, full lot 
Owher leaving townt on terms. 

'DANK STREET — l-room modem bnnga- 
-■-» low, a iMdrooms, cement basement fur- 
iuu:e. built-in eSecU. full lot on tormA 

OAK BAT— d-room modem aoaii-biuiga» 
,. „ ^V- !••'' •f «*mlta. cemeat baaement. 
built-in eftoetSk prstty gardoa; oa term*. 

11,200 >» 

■pERNWOOD — 6-room modern boit^low, 
-1- in flret-class condition: bnilt-ln f*a- 
ture*, basement full lot; |t00 cash; X. 1. 
1 year*. ^ 

Pioaoo call I n. 4o n ot taiopboao, 

B. V. WmCH A CO., LTD. 

Real Batata. Inauranoo. Motariaa Publle 
Winch Building 140 Fort Btroet i 

ODERN 5-room hangalow with furaaeo. 
00; 1600 oaab. balance monthly; 
11X1 Bay Btroot Apply ftoves*. 1111 North 


MODBBN «-roomed bungalow aa« a« 
roomed ahaek (or sal^ oloao to Wil- 
low* ear: lot 10x110; *haak hi plaatorod aa4 
paaeUod. wltk watar. laUei and alootrla 


"^B^PORT AVJt, OAK 8AT— 7-roome4 

-A-^ beautiful homo with gpacloa* halL 
irandaome dining room With b«lit-Jn (eatureo 
and beamed ceilinga, onoiee living room 
wth large open fireplace, a Well appointed 
and bright kitchen and pantry, 4 very nioa 
bedrooma with closets and up-to-d*t* bath 
and toll«t: full cement baaement with gef* 
vant's quarters, good fumaoe. laundry tlMya, 
etc.; large lot witb. ebaice ahade traoo «g3 

ahntbbory. flowor*. ^^ 

links and conolderi 
In Victoria, 'nil* 

Od the 


nm. otc.: aaar golt 
he Olmtoeat loeatloa 

, ^^ ^ - -^atlfal bom* Is worth 

la.MO. but for anlck sal* wUI *eu at M.Ut 
caOh. or terms, n 

or tall tkaa. Sav* your cuatomers 
ooat. No onUay or experioooe, 
BrtUek-Caaadlaa PabllMilog Co.. TofoatA 

up; — ^FBIVATB ShrMmas gr**tlag aard 
^^ oample book free: repr***ntattv*o 
already making av* tc tea dollar* daily. 
Bradley-Garroiaon Company, Brantford. Oa- 


APPLICATIO.SS are lavlted (or the Mat- 
„^ Uoa *« •oaoral ■oOTotary e« ibe Bi a 
Tta^ot^ Fedogatloa, dotie* le iimmaa** 
laanarr 1*1. IBMi " 

AaailsaMa arast haoo eaasrlanoe la or- 
??*'!****a.J'gLA J* ' ' * —J knowledge mt 

aetoat ta JiBa (all rlinrge at oeairal oa*a 
*( Fodotaoofc 
IkAlal saiaay M,OBb asr aaaaaa. aad t»aw 

Avalr gfviag isaBSisutaa sigsiigask 
ate., oa or b* g *ra Waoiinboi lack, to "Sit 

sst^pU^-ar^u?^ ^ 

BEST value In city — Seven-rnomed modern 
houae. recently decorated Inaldp and out, 
roonjs large, aell arranged and cosy; nicoly 
treed: quarler-aere lot. with good garag*. 
fine lawn and gard»n. Thla la a l«,»uu 
hous e. We will sell It for 14.fiO0. on terma 


Ifl Union Bank Hulldlng 

Phone 1*00 


Sayward Block (basomsnt) Fkoao Uti 

aOKOB Olstriet — l-roam boa*e oa big lat 
IMO; would take amall car or (araltato 
a* cash. Crowr Realty. 

HOUBB tn Fairfleld, near car and soa. 
Apply owner. Box Ilia, Colonial. 

ipl* ■!■ ^1 I , I II ■ I ■■■ 

TTaRDWOOU door*, hot watar heating. 
AA. gas stove, laundry tabo^ oigfcC bright 
spacious, wall arranged rooma. beamed and 
paaellad. bullt-ln effeot*. garago for iWo 
cars wltk -cement driveway; ten minute*' 
walk to nost oBlre. Falrfli-M DMtrict: let 
ftaixa; {TtatoaaU wiu handi<>. ' ^ 

H. AMFMbprr O. C. ROWBt.t, 

1*1 Union Bank Buiidlna 


"uAIUItKaBIt Avenue, bongaiow eontaln- 
AA Ing drawing room, dining roont kitckaa> 
tbf* bodroom*. b sgtiaoat, ruraac*. laaaSiV 
tabSL open flreplic^: lot <#xi4». -"■■»y 

' Prioo U.99ti «*rmA 


CL08B lo Fort Btreot car. arren Bno to4« 
. ^•'^.'^'•^'f* ooll Mxiat; snap prUm (or 
quick aale, M«0 oaoh. 

704 r»rt B4ro«< 

^ TIeiorta. B.a 

— lot, aback en rear. 041 IirronMso Btroat. 
North Rod. »4$ invf - —«»»». 

^'tRAIGMILTJtR t,Odg«. Bl 

^> ikbLn. «. Boktk 

of tbo moot bfanilfnl 

lAaad witk tow aerao^ ta etna* oactalty ta 

Victoria, or woald ' nrfhaaa* (or 

rwoldenee. Can be »t>aod %r apyi 

wltk owner at beaa* aay day. 

OBILtJA Si^ «v« rs*WA bath, paatty, 
ba*em*nt: tAt If till: «7ia cash, bal- 
aae* arranged. 

Prie* 9t,Mt. 

ASH St, on* nnd •tMthaV-story sovtB- 
raonted boaso. 

Prio* ll.t««: tArms. 

a LAPWtOini A ^., jMsh locatloa/ «|glit'^ 
"^oamfi iwiawiary. baagtsioat, ^annMot ia« 
Mxiaa. ♦ ' ^ 

Pr loe t4.»a ». 


21 r Feiabartoa Bunaiag 

fiOCpm—^^^'T^J^ well ballt l-roen mo4« 
VA/«7iy\/ «rn bungalow in good loeallty. 
and near c;ar and sea: living room with Bre- 
plar«. dining room with bulit-Ui b'offot and 
beamed Oeillng* ; 1 good bodroom s with 
closets and windows, efboioo kitchen and 
bathrootol end lavatory, remant baaament 
and go^ furnace. Price only 11.1(0: ll.OOd 
cash, and '' balance arrangOd. 

49900""^' '■•"'"•'' '*•" •"»"* »*"»•. ••«• 

^AtfAi^yvr rooms. cMae to Parliament Bolld- 
Inga. aeparstv bath and toilet, gas for cook- 
ing, hot ana cold water, vory low taxes. S 
minuted from Post CHTIca: lot Mxvn good 
aoil. No boaoment. but othorwf** modern: 
very eheas at 12,2*0: t7M «ash. Md balanaa 
to suit 


laoitMd story aad ba 
lMrtH-M8 Toat 

choice loeatlon, <hi« skvipii. 

faoi4»*d story aad half houiw of aitrac- 

tlvs B*^^ •" ^" ^^ . 

Near Bumsida Road and ega^ 
ine. A.momed well liullf housO, 
3 good lieflrooma. Ilvinx rootn and liatll' 
room: hig lot :,0xl7X and low taxea. Prleg 
only ll.:«d: t««f cash, and balBaeo aa rent.' < 

•1 'JKlih**''*''''* Q«id4»a T>|*t#<ct no«i»^ 
«>A4.«UV aehool and -ba* lino. ^-reoMaA 
houae and t lof*. houae n^rdm aotno ropalr, 
haaemani oartllinned In 2 parts, city walor . 
and low faiea: rine view and exMptlonafly 
cheap at the i>rlee, |i,C8«; ffgo rash, and 
balance 116 per month. 

*QAA— NBAB Bnrnetd* Bond odr Una 

WOW 4.ra*»aa< ootlaae. 1 lacga ro«m* 

and aaan kltoh«niot MiiTko. 80o4 ooll. «lfy 

water, law lasca Prfe* liKr ItMnaagh. 

and bslaaoa aumthly. 

•fTpr/V-zjORO R Olstriet 1-roomed shisrk 

▼ ••'V and ono oamft trttnk 
lof aad oeit. f»oar selMol. rhnfeh 
Prte« only 1750:' f:i;« caah. aad 

load* a« 

*^»n/y— ALL (JtSli — Wlllwwo 
W^riJ^T 0„4 nmir aobool and i 


-. store end 

ranine. Xfoomad hou*a naatrr and lava. 
<o^. city watar and eldrtrtr .Mcftg. good tot 
and j[^i. ftu>t jre<w_*n4 px-wer eoaajfOoiK 


•Ot phoao. 

Call at oOce 

A S FBClAt* . Of FWM 
A^OCK SAY AVmiiB-- A modem bom* <*f 

aasa: ' ogrr (>e«af«e*nM» lo^ta, Ona of ib« 

few raosdlklasr bmu bBy*. | 

iAtar oa terms 


Moody Block Pb«ao Tlf 









»«»< fl P 988B <3t»'>»*y»<'»'«»«af>w^<ii 

F. avnowif 
in: >rv«4 ic yk«o« iM*. 


t>A»RA ftrMt. MMIk. Ml (k* klgk 

«rBuo4i atnrr. •a4 • k«lf fcW Mgl y. 
•mtalnllis llvflis r«om. »*m«M4 ««It«. 
4liil*«-rttMi). paiMllMl w*ll», »*» » > * 
e«||Hi«, buttt-tn buffft sM o»ra Urt- 
pl«««, 4rswt»f-ro<Mn, kliehrn m»d >•»- 
ti-r: Ur«« cood-stMNl iM«r«M»« wlih 
cMUmb rloMt In tmcH, aaiall k*>-r«oip, 
WUi »ild ton*t MpcrM*: fall •I»a4 «•• 
mtnt iHwomrRf, rurnactf, tot1<>t iin4 •*•- 
tlonsry waali tqba; Kar«K*. a*abla aM 
rbkiiaii lia<MM. Tbla h*ma a(»B4a an 
•bout aaa*!!*!! Acra ttf vnNi»4. •»4 kaa 
€«••!• cowrt and * raw fralt tr««a. 
Frt«» ••.tM. Tarwa %o •irAHga. 

JUST •* Qiia4r» Vtraat. m blfh tr^wBd. 
flra-rwmi medam b«ncal»w, roatslB* 
IM anirMic* b»U, Ilvin« r«Ma. ay^n 
flraplaaa. 4lntB4-r«am, b«IU-lB bwrfat. 
*Ma(la4 wAlla mM "VaMBa* oalliiiK. 
Mtaka* wtM b«llt-l« wiybeBfd. wt*- 
irx, twa badr«o«M with alotbaa atoaBU 
IB aB«b; OBBMBt bBaaBMBC. loraBca, 
|UthMi*nr waaft ivfeB. mnMra: »rt«B 

bttllt'lo buffat. daB. kltobBB BMd »»atnr. 
Tta«ra ara four badroom* aack vltb 
atotbaa etoaat. oBa batnc bb tba biwubA 
•oor( full atMd bBMBiant, waafe t«bB 
This iMBBB bBB B slaa^BV paroh aa« 
• Bl«B paMaa thriaa •air II.IN. 
Tbtsm t« ba MTaa«a4. 

fllTAr.lir ACftSAOS 

•t (ba aBaat aatl M tba »aal: 
wllb cMM M B^M Mar 
▼Btiaaj Miaa* vaff n^t alaaHaBL 
«)t««9( farilNaat i* aeraf a< c«A 
tl«ibar. Ofltaitia« wiMir •( watav 
fram «raa<«awlB# apms. tUllwBjr 

•■AWWtOAN t^l^B BHAr 
^H ACHW •■« BrM eiBM ba«Ba )■ tb« 
AV ciWMB a4 tba aa«iBi«aHr- AbBM t 
a«raa elaB*B4. wbleb abBwa BkBB- 
4BB«a H 4mm9. MMk taBm, aB« b*!- 
•Bca llj^ »BcaB4 arBWth ••4 a9M« 
•••4 ttaaMr. •trBwa tBaa tbrMifb 
iba pfprnnr; (BBt «rall. tKrasa 
ballt by day l^bar • y«Bni aca tad 
la fwiy iDodatn la Baary raayaet. 
wltk all bwlit.ia raaturaa^ apas Itn- 
plaaa, bat ah- furBaea, pipad (or 
Tbara ara I badrooaa 

KmSm; bath ini uSti llTtak ^2m 

BTAMItST Avanua — l-rooin raadara 
BBBlalBlBc parlor. diBiBtf* 

BrnVMOMf Avasua Nor«k: rWa>i 
BfMdMrB bBBBBlew, parlor wUb ap«« At* 
•laaa, dlBlncToom, boilt-la bttCal. 
^ MBaAad walla, klteban. batb aad pBn- 
try; two badrooma. eMbaa eioaac la 
••ait; fwU-aiaad eamant baaamant with 
aooamaiadaUoB far a motor ear. Tbia 
pro pa r ty ta ia axeallaat oaadltlaa and 
• map at tba flvvra; pHea*: tanna. 

DBMHAN 0tra«t»-Foar-ro«Bi tnodam ban- 
i»lBW ,c«nt«lal8« llvlnf-roam, dinlnC' 
rapm witk Bpaa trapl^ca. kitoben and 
•odilary; oita badreem Bad ftathrooint 
full-alaad aamaBt baaamant; gara««. 
Tbla buBsalow la atiraoUva and to as- 
aallant condKloa. Prloa t*.16«; tana*. 

ORANT Straat-r-aicht'raom hooM con- 
talBlBC parlor, alldinf door* to hall and 
diblag-room, dlBiac-roam baamad oall- 
tair ballt'ln buVat. paaallad walla, dan 
1 wtta ppan flrairfftoa, kitobaB, pastry and 
. . waakroom. Thara ara foar badrooma 
with rood elotbaa elaapt In aacb. batb- 
rdttttii fan ala^d eanattt baaamant, for- 
BM*. talMt. WMk titkak dumb waiter 
aad larta piMtarad fruit raom. Oaraga 
andfrirtttraaa; lot lOslI* ft. Priea 
f4»p4w." ^PafiBa, ■ 

AmC fttaBl, otBBt tB *Wt Straat, «U- 

MOMd m-atanr bvaiiBlBw. combIbIb* 

vlBC'roMD, dliUB«-room wltn opaa 

flraplae^t boilt-ln buffat, walla In 

laathar up t« pletara rails, large ballt- 

fn boottohaa. IBrga kitohan and pantry: 

tbraa badrooma flnlataad In wtalt* an- 

amal, ad«h witb clothaa cloaat, bath- 

-aaaaa -«a4 tollat} la«*a Maaa alaaa ti 

camaat baaamant, furnaca; vBraca; lot 

«SsllO faat approxlBMtaly. Prica M,>0«. < ' 



IHI CHAPMAN BtrbatoStory and a half 
bVBfatOW, 7 reoma, oabtalninf parlor. 

diBlBff-room. boBotad eaiUag, bullt-la 
bullat. opan flrBplB«^ daa with opan 
llraplBOa. kitchan aad pantry; thrae 
badrooBW with elothat cloaet in «ach. 
bath and tollat aaparata: full alsad ca- 


fpWDAJl Hill Road— F|va-roAm lU-ttory 
V> koaaalow oontalBlnv parlor, dlaitif^ 
ra«m, paaallad valla and ballt-lp buf- 
fat, kllehan and paatry; two badrooma 
with etotbaa cloaat In aaebi fall alsad 
aemant baaamant. plpad (or funiaea; 
ohlakaa houaa and atbbla. Thia prop- 
.•rty la In esccllaBt oandltlon. PrIca 
4S.7S*. Tarma. 

CHBSTJfUT ittraat'^7 rooma. atorr and a 
half bunvalow containing parlor with 
opan flr«plaec. dlnlacroom, baamad call- 
lav and butlt-ln buffat. kltcben and 
pantry, dan: tbraa badrooma with 
alotbaa cloaata In aaoh; full ataad ca- 
ihant baaamant. furnaea, waah tuba. 
Hand haatar; larfa garata 'or two ma- 
tera. ThIa hooaa haa hardwood floora. 
Piloa K.M*. Tarma. 

fraimtACB Ava.— -Tan-room homo eoHtaln- 
'X lav halt, parlor, dlnlngroom with ttr* 
pla«a, brrakfaat room, dan Mnlabad In 
cadar, kltrhon and pantry: flr« bad- 
rooma with clothea clnaata In aacb, 
alaaplna porch; eamant baaamaat, fur- 
nace; aaraaa with aaaollBa pnmp. ThIa 
homo atanda on "about K of an aerw of 
land, with one of tha baat Tlawa to ba 
ebtalaad. Ownar will aocapt aRiallar 
hotia* in part parnunt. PHca tt.M*- 

"T^lllWPOBT Avenue — Btory and a half 
XI bunxalow contalnlnir llvlnt-roem, with 
opan flreplace, drawlnvroom with 
opan flraplare, built-in bookeaae, dlnlnf- 
»w>m. biillt-ln hu«r«t. baamad calllna, 
hardwood .floora, kitchan and paatry, 
.on« larva lH^drnom and draaainir room, 
two t*r«e badrooma and one sinita; full 
alaad cement baaement, furnar«, atB' 
U«nary waah tuba; full alced lot to a 
lane. PrIca and term* upon applica- 

4tBlB«-raa«i% kltofcaa 
paaa patttry. TmU 

UMAdvy rBBBt: tmt -_ 

lat. ,c«o4 funwoa. Tkars U a bB*4- 
tUtoi ytaw from tba boBBa illikt 

, da«B niB«rBlt«B LakB fBr akMM f 

^ mUs*. 


rn icB iT. iti. 

SnunnruL noun or wins notmM 
ITVATSD M BBB Bf tba kig^BW PBrMoff 
tba dty, Owm ta tba Hl«b •cbo9l 
•■4 BB a ««ry attrMUvaTM. Tkfra 
Bra I lanta bid Jr diipB wltk fmr 
boarda, baTlM (BirfMRM 4mi«i 
kBtbroaa WItk jMdaatal waab baalai 
M»*rBta «BtlBt: 4rBWI»c-roa«a «!■• 
lBt-r»om aad daa. atab wiui Bt« 
traaUva a iaa laea and alaatrla A(- 
s <IB|W ui4 tnlatd aak ttoersi bUll«rd 
roBBi. WtekMi aa« flttad paaa paa- 
try t b*t Bkr haathic. iTBrata. plea 


AM tosAx. ^^c roR A KAN wnu A 

■-•— ^»ia» 

wvMntmmD homb mnap 

rpAIXriKIiD— On« of tba flaaat boflt aaml- 
*■ buofalBwa ia tha eity. On tba 

rrmind floor tharAara ahc apBctdbi 
rooma. 4rawla«-ra4iB and dlalsir^ 
room which laad an to protty -var- 
anda: aaeh baa lalald oak floara, 
baam eaUlaga lary* apaa flraplaoaa. 
aB« bU bollt-lB CaatarBs; Bomplataly 
w flttad Dutch kltabaa with aunar- 
oua a«pboBf«a and btaa; tbraa bad* 
rooma flnlahad la wklta anamal; 
fully toadarn bathroam and tollat. 
iB^ya ka«tad tinan cupboard. Thaiv 
la aeeamaadatloB upatalr* for two 
mora b a 4r » o i Ba In tha baaamaat. 


n g a ■ > *■ 

414 Fbm SUaat 




Tbla aavcB' 

-to mT" 71>aJala i 
tav raaai wltk ar 

hoaaa la aoairollad by a 
ktiaa wbBteva iaat>««ia4 «a 
^1 B Urw r ie aBllii halt llv- 
^_ areb t« 4lBhtB roam, wklah 

•f»« ••»♦ tba ^oraadak: Iwa PBBtrlaa. klt- 
abaa. lBBa4ry. aad^faw ba4raama. ybara 
Sratbraa flraplMcaL iwa avatalra. aad oaa 
oaraauira. Th# lat la ,1b baaatiful ab*pa. 

all la tawa. 
aararal ftitit 

L<. u.ranatd. 

rltb f« 


vrowa at 

rartaa aaa 

ft^|^2QQ-*St«BRR AVKJfVa. 


sardlaaa of coat, aad all tba cai*- 
mant^aad I^aeh wlndowa ya of 

A ••??■•'•?!■ madara twa^ary ba«aa. only 

a b)o«k from faar aar Unaa. tWb la rt 
UoB hall. thrlBc HMBi, dlalBf iSm. klwbM 

BMMt laeaBMBt tk^aucSoat, aAd baa 


MJkbava Br aaKttStr tS!n\ 


mm baMfnant 

JU and 


wr datall paaaltad widl 

bull*:>la faataraa. t badroBBM. 

«b4 toUft. axtm t«U*t ^ In 

M aad iBMBdry. Orw baJf 

with lawn, cardaa. CBlckaa 

traaa and gaod varan. An«aata 

'^ iuat BUtalda diy liBtiu; 

tajM rary liaht 

ilROOlM— Modara aad oaanplata la «*«*T 
W dataiK 

. paaatlad wall^ baam 
bum- In asactal kiteban lawki 
wltk ballt-ia faaiwraa: balSi 


ita aaamel 

la whMa 

•a droB! 

raniaca aaraca wtl 

aad bullt-la faatMraa; (wo badraaiaa 
ibd floar. 1 vpMBlra: Oreplaeaa aad 

, saraca with dmaway; atone fakea 

la fraai; akia blah aad haaltky tocatlaa la 

rkc^aSisS ii?ri^ 

naad la Mad tuZeT _ 

•traBt at cily bmilA Vary ll«iu lamas. 
AMBlaMMnU dr vlaw abeva ' 

laada with aaaat: 


n^aiow, affntala- 

paatry. bathraBm, aati ^ 

«B«. Raiuaa all li^fa aad la- 
BBBd taaia. wtaaM aa pavad 


PhoB< U* 



r'tf BT.ffii 

B i adar a buasalaw la Oak Bar 
Falrflaldi 94aa €aah. baUaoa moathly. 
ataa Daoambar 1. Partlcalara Box 
IPW Colaalst. 

WAl(Tai>>-<-raomad ^ baacalew la Fair- 
•aldi ebasp far cash. Baa STTl Cat- 


4 OR *» W B i BBd bMaaalaw. aaar Oarsa aar 
ar^Tlltlaam Road, bif lat, abaat M$ 
kataaoa moathly paymenu; partloulara 




AORBAOK Fcm warn ' «t 




/XAUtAMO laUAH^-mXtt actas w«U U 
V« r*am houae. (aw acroa elaafad: %• 

mU at wa t aa f i a«t aruh a baau- 

ilfullr abattarad bay. Pr|aa li.M*. 

•r wiif caobaaaa far eUar tltla 

kama la Vlatarla. 

OrrXR DtSTRiCT-Vui •.raaai kaaas aa« 
bara taaatbar arttlf Tl aaTM. ka*- 
eral of wtaUh ar* aadar awtlva* 
tiaa aad sa^Mral MMra ataabad. 
Jfkaal aa Ua piapartr. I*rloa 
I4.**!; taraw arraaiad. 

ripmoovA BAT— w aaras abaat au m|laa 

^^ from Victoria. ■naaH aarUaa «ti« 

dar eulttvatloa. Uana partlaa af 

thlB la itaad laad. Prloa. par aar*. 

tlM: aaay taraui. 

monmTT vom bamm t 



iSLf^' *'««X« kaflkfaa badreama. *bt 
Tl'^'i.. 1?fM'»'l *'"•' »>»• aaaaptloB 3 
***.. fctt"'!^". kaa jty vy oak flBBrs. paaalM 

waiia, Duiit-iA baoat aad aatra wall ■aaaliii 
ad kllchen. Tba baaaSS&tlPalt cam^St^tb 
(araaea^ —g JawMnr 4iA. tirmilStimlStl 


This houaa la oa a 

Aat. c 


ad diaawad siaaa with 

TtbUr BB» TiW» iM vardan with 
aoma aiaa ahada traaa Tba for- 

■^'"■' J» »••»>••• and la 
claw caadltlon. 

BaMiy wortk ft.<«t. 

NICR aoMBfl 

V. n. hhoww , 

Victory Bonds Boiiirht an<t Bold. Ijlat Tour 
•• Properly WUh Ma for Bale. 


*07fCA CASH, balaaoa martgaca. boys 
W****JM^ fla* boma la Palrflald: BbB»> 
lately modara. (tW) 

jutra ^^"^ *^ *^*^ OB fnu b«M 

aPA. t *yv a ftra-raom modara bousa la 
tha Oak Bay dittrtot, with twa lot*. (ltN> 

#<VWO(V— TBRH8 arraavad, far a «-raora 
Wtn/MM modara houaa, la Oak Bay (Ml) 

ftlOOOr?^^-^*" «*••»• '•f » blCB homa 
^PXVW U Falrdatd, cloaa la. <IMi> 

•OOAfb-^AMOraBR oloaarln boy la Fair- 
VMVV flaldi tarma arraavad. (>••«) 

JISKOft^t**"* ajrraagad. (ar i-raom 
W*AniU koaaa aa Victor |traat. (m> 

Jl^On °*' »•"»•. (or t rooma. on Daa- 
W^^mV man Btlraat; aksahoma. (it»») 

#^AA CASH, balanoa arraBfad, (ar »- 
"IPWU room ho«Ba wHb t Iota) batter 
look thia up. (1S1<> 

t^90(t~\^P*^ *^' • "^'»^ modara, 
V»^W Oallaa Road. <a»tl) 

CROW A 00. 
BalBMBt Hoasa. 

S?J? .tLi^^.^L "^ Watrtct. with m7^ 
jajtraaa. MMt* ara aaraa rooma wltk t*B 
poayaoma and oaa batbroam on tba Arat 
floor and twa badrooma. slaopinc ■ ^ 

waah room with tollat apotalra. 


I t*B 

porch aad 


man t has eamaat floor, 'ftiraaoo and tobA 

r*ifil)!_* "^^ bay aai (or aato-4o elaaa aa 

a mortKBira. 

BimiBtdac iUROa. « BRBTT. LtlflTBD 

FOR « ■ ! » Tko boaatnai Cnaa 
•taatad hi tko flaa 4aaa laiaa 

oa« talio fiwa Oaso HarW. WaMUactoa. 
•naaa oiUas flMtaVlotatla. ~ 

.iBALT •PRIMO IBLAjri>-.l7< acraa at 
K:? Vaaarlua Bay. aaad 4.raam baas* 

with <maU bam aad water M4 
oa. RMBalna atroam: It to M 
alashod aad partly «|aara4. IH 
mUoa o( saafraataim. aMJaa fliM 
staadtBB timbar. iritaatad I aUlao 
(ram Gbamalaaa by vator. Fil a a 
».Ma ii.tM aa& kafiiMa ar* 



IT. payUaalaM addroBS J. C. 
II l«th A««aa^ flaaiu^ Wai 


ftfl(WWV~^**^ Avanua, T-room koaaa 
^^VW aad flna vardaa. Bullt-la buf- 
(•*• •'•••"•at. laaadry tuba. ThIa houaa 

««7 Panbartaa Mdc ** Fhaaa UN 

Within aaai 

W200 SaSr* '^"' •** "**" "•"' 

$760^ «-.. Wllkl.— RBad. 
iygOr^Jraoma. U^sa lot; <|orj|a. 

fMRfk CASH— Uot aad smaU boUdlaa. 
V*»>v ^tnh location. 
S250 '^-^""~^<*' 6«xis«: Oortfa. 
•OgA CABH— Lot M«H7; Oarsa. 

/^10RI>OVA Bay watarfrent and cottac% 
V.> naeda repairs. Whot offeraT 
4>t gayward Block 

#^7A/V— LAROK (-room ban«alaw. %. 
dP^I^AJ &cra lot. cloae Quadra Stroat. 
1101 Tolmie Ave. 

HOU8B8 P>OR 8AX,B ~" 

C{BA abd jHounfaih rle< 
b3 up-to-lhe-mltiute houae 
>( i« 

wbictar la tha 
acme o( comfort and convenianea: built to 
laat a century; flna cement baaamesi and 
new furnaoo; a arand Hiecplna porch, front 
luwn with vhon<I*rfiil rosea, bulbs aad ahrubr 

and ama 
a araat bt 

H. AfttrHt..a:Tt o. c. howbu. 


•rden with nil kinds of fruits and aiaali 
' K, and model chickei 

hicken bouse; a araat bla 

101 Union Bank BaltdlB* 
PhOM »•«« 

hohb baroains 

i\AK BAT— O-roomad (Wily 

^^ flalow biillt-ii> fBBtarap. bAaMMat. NiK- 

aaoaj all In Arat>«laas isa fl ltlsa. A Map at 

fliasoj taraMk 

/VAX BAT-^Two t-roomad («tt«««d on lot 
V/ Utift; all modem convanlaaoaa; baaa- 

Only iS;jo» for 

^ . all modem convanlaac 
mbat. plpod for furtiaca. 
the two. 

RtCHARIKION 0TRBST— Iroomed fully 
madam houae. baaameai. furnaca. ate.i 
two flrapiacaa. a rocaption faaatp: wall 

oBiy |ik«#Oi doa't misa It. ■» -w 

BAOflKAwa * eo. 

411 cawt ral >id». »»«•• tnt 

liuea cloaata. aloopiaa bareh. 
lioautKul roeoptloB hall, 
livtac-room. wuh 
hsadaama cut graai 
bookoaaea. baSai 
la (umod 

Liowar floor: 

bum-la ■oats antunda 

ulla flraplao^ buiit-iS 

o *. •?V?«lWd aad panalled 

^ f« o*k: Outohiitohan. larta^lalnp- 

room, dan. full ouaont baoaaMBt, tuba, fur- 
aaea •pacloua^croiiBda, oak traaa. Oaly 

I^VRRlUOOKtNO odteipie Moaaiaina a«3 

5-1tOOMBD house, small lot. toilet, bath, 
hot and cold water, on half-mlla circle, 
ll.&OO: about fSOO caah. balanco aa rant. 

5-ROOMBD bunxalow. vary nicely furnished, 
alaaa in. |i.««0; M«« cBah. baiaaea III 
per month. 

5 -ROOMED bungalow, all modern convaa- 
lanees, larce let. stairway -to attle, where 
a little expense would make a Una bedroom 
and aioraaa room, t:,<M;'|0«t caah. and 
IfS per month 

IHAVB S exceedingly Baa homea la tiM 
best oart of Fairfield 'Batata, everrthlar 
that could he wlahed for Is contained In tha 
homes: tT.SOo each, aomi terma. 

. « »» tTnlon Bank Bid*. 

KATnrtBI.D 8PKCIAI.. Just off 
Moss fitreet. hiah location, very 
choice lorallty, (Nfoomed modern bunmlow. 
hardihood floora, recentlon halt. 1ar«» llvlna 
roam, beautiful open flreolace. with buUt-tn 
oaata. bul't-in bookcaaea. buFet. baamad and 
oanalird Dutch kitchan. t badrooma. eaateai 
baaamant, furnaca. tuba. nn. We roaoia- 
maad tMa aa »k* bast biiyln VlcUjria. R. 
B. Ppnnatt » Ca» HI FamboHow Block. 

aad furnaca, over half aa acre 

?! C?* •*Si. OMhard of SO to 
M ttaaa iSh boaHac Pavad 
road aad no looal Improromant 
*a*y ooavanlant 

tJaariwlM i^uead for a quick 
aalo: jrau ahonM Sfo tbla at 
oaco, Torma. ttM Mob. bal- 

#y| OAn— BW^*LXkE ROAD—About alx 
W**^W mlaata# walk from Cloverdalo 
troBL,* wall built houae. contain- 
ing « or 7 rooma |n goad ooadl- 
tloi^ over Itt aoroa of good 
!Kft A'A 5»»"*atod and laVal: 
♦Jjyalj^^aaa^thls it ym wa 

5M»;(W|-l(0RTi QUASmA* 8TB»bV— 

%^JtJ\nf Vary flna location, «-roe8ia4 

^ buMBlow and half an acta af 

lanA garag*. goad triow 

aarvfoa. pavad road 

LARQB ooraor lot pa floayiaw Avaaao, •!••» 

W AW'qcP -'-PROPgBTy * 


Six-room houaa. North Quadra district, 
about K.OOO; good cash payments 
SVVCN or S-r«om attractive home, not 
crowded aad abaoiutoly modem. Oak 
Way or FalrBald. about K.OOO. 
IGfOUaB^ eloao in and near to High 
XX aekool, must hava 4 bedrooms, and l>0 
modara la ovary way: price about |t,ooa. 

FIVS or slx-roaaa modern houae, large 
back garden and garage if possibly in 
Oak Bay diatrlet. about II.MO: all catA. 
IJVtOlt • to 10 acres of land with build* 
Ji^ lagBk elosa to towo, prefarably, or oa 
Baaalch panlnaula. 

^ITa win call If you will phone 6110. Our 
rapraaantatlv* will take full partleulara o( 
aoy property that you' wish to sell. Par- 
aohal inapactlan meana that U your prloa 
la right wa can make a quick aate. 


flaat Bstata, laaaranea, Notarlas Foblta 

Wlaab Bldg. <4« Fort Street. 

A Mica urrui momw 

A^i ACRB*. 
*■ aad wall. 
aood raad. 

wttk i-vaom aottada. ataMa 
to tba a: c 8. Ry 

^ FHas U.l|«. aa 

A. a BAMW 

wtaa « oa 


9AORaii prias raOtaepd. jaat autaMa «M» 
... '*9j(!& vator and uiht oa atraot, aaa otf 
fto/^ w BlciiiiMMa Bitas aMwad VloEerla. 


a. S*«aaBtt * 

IIIPROVBD flaaalob Aoraago raqulrod la 
traota of i to to aeraa I bavo naaiar- 
0B8 Ffalrle cllenu waatlag country bemaa. 
V** ■*• kava yopa Ustla«a without doUy. 
Aitbar Uaobam, I004 Doaglaa. phoao Ml. 

AT MT. NEWTON— Oa tba Wast Baaatah 
Road aad ovarlooktaa Baaalob 
Arm. Throo largo graanbooaao witk 
bolter aaflkilantly large to naat 
another Baran. Thare ara tkra« 
acres of land aad a l-raom mod- 
em cottage. Price for tha vkola. 
112.000: tarma. 



4|^r|A CABH—Balaaeo arrangod. buys a 

W*Jv\j t-'room modem buniralow and lot 

lOxllI on Qu^ppella ftroat. just 

off Burnalda Boad. Price oalp 

It, too. • 


A FUBABANT eouatry kwna. 4 ana^ aU 

wira faacad. aoma good laad, 
baaaaL a raotaa. aioaly altuatad among oak 
iroaat watSr laid oa nadar proaoaia. •Oaly 
■ ■klnataa walk (rosn atatlanw aa mala road. 
A real aaap at •l.'bod. 

Bkoludlvo agonts 


m Union Bank Building. 

1 II ■« •. I I ■ I. 

AN. agiraaUiro •raparty •t 110 aorod wltR 
Urgo watorfroaiaao. altuatad oa mala 
road botwoea Parluvillf aad Qualloa* 
ilsa sb - Af»ly Owaar. Boa 4ITI. ColoaJBt. 

#ORAA BUTS a I -room dwelling on Pem- 
VAit^lA/ broke atroat with a 00 ft. lot and 

amall arcbard: oonvaalaat to 

atfeat car. Tarma 

BHTURNBD BUB waats to bear of M ta 
^ ,S».aaro (arm witb hoasa. wltbta H aulas 
»t \lato»ia. .Colaalat Bo« «70«. 

WAMTRD^-A /ana within twolvo mUoo o( 
Vlotortai tea aeraa or mora. Muat bo 
bMo to paaa 8. 8. Baard. Apply Colaalst 
Boa mi. ^' 

^^^^1 a ■ a I M^msNBMaMM^a^HMBWawMw^aiWBMMMamMi^BW^BMWWS^ 

WABTBD— To rapt (ow acres, roatdaaasb 
Ota: might parehaaa If sultAMo trMB 
owBor. W.'B: Baekma pter. Ksatfaa. a .ft^ 

- •?• 
aad VaaoaaVstr 

r m t ^a 


AFIMX aaHocUaa o< (oaalao aid pctBta, 
aajna^laga. aaoaaatlau aad aaaatlai% 
IHfli, Bpoaeh. ItBtlaa «ad 
Uarva aalacooa al 

CaU la aad broa 

7toyTa»as Btraat 

A BIO ablpwsat o( aataa»b>l>Bs aafli lg»a 
AabatoB Jasi rocofvai. Oosm ta aad 
OBMot yaarsk actaatMa akato griadlna aad 

View Btaaoi. 


-pJbb loaa**, aplMlstarod la «ba(| ta»oa> 
X» try. la oMolloat oaadltlaa. oaly 

tv:.6o. lalaad Bachaasa (tko Rifl 
7t» Fort. 


TkiUBfl M (fan 4aoK .wMk Poaii 
JO aprtaWVad (Ml atattrodA caBQ 
•»•. lalaad Ba^Mavs (tbo BIcataraK 

Fort Siroet. 


BAROAlNa — Bxtra koavy axtfladloa 
tabio, IM: faaoy tabio. 11: aootalaca 
sets Bhakoaaaara, Oukaaa as4 aoott, aaa. 
40o voliuaa: baaatUal bamboo aad boad ear- 
tatai^ M-Mi II yarfla aaw boavy llaoioa m , 
IIA AlBo bousobalA suBdrtas. FboM 


BimnunuMi ranobs 

/~tOMFl>BTB aaw stoofc of Bntarprlaa 
V^ B anaaa Jaat arrivadi tiada lb yoar a|4 
raa^a aad got a aaw aaa, ^ ^ 


•M TattB Stroot l*oa« Hl*^ 

MJiiiii ti'i' 

nTAKTBD— Bmall eottaga. wttk % 
^f prafarradi (or part eashl nnd " 
or Albaml lot. Boa 1714 CMaalai 

WANTSO to tease 11 to tO aoraa, wItb 
.kousa BBd bulldlaga. auitable tor jaixod 
i'S*}'**- ^*^ .l^ake. Koatlngs or Mt. TolaUa 
dharlet. Itaply to Boa till Oolontst. 

CF. R. 
• ar. 


WMMmn AJm aARDmM m 

VbTflk taad— Cbalaa (anas la 
_ aattlsd dtatrtota ia< W 

OMBdai law prtoasi «• yoars to papc 
gatai lands la fluaay ■aatboia Albarta. 
wltk loaa ot |2,Md la teprovaaMats tZ 
BHlBt aaw aotUara Aol aa w tbay bra gar 
tag flbR. For (rso k ssk l ais aad (au la(or- 
asatloa wtiM H. U Laagbraa. Oaaaaal 
l^ad Amat. C. F. R.. JI44 UasttMs ■ttaal 
Wagt. ^**»w» «»fcj,jg;^^^jj^^^^^ 

riABOiUM FMkUaa Vtaogar la tt» t^flRlfl 

13 aaralasfl, mMM^ rMk 

■ I'll ll»Ti— ..»»—.■ 


ARE certainly great convealaneea and dl(- 
lloult to combine. We have a beautl- 
(nl little place o( aeraa. I under oultlva- . 
tlaiv > In sfaaMna tlmbOr. No coal bills. 
Flaa Harden aad boaripa orchard. No w»k»- 
table bllla. Mvlna atream and sprlne aad 
daUgbtfol altoaUen. No doctor's blla 

Bjiagalow o( < rooBks. hot and eold water, 
bath aad tallat cellar, ctty water, alaetrle 
ll(ht. woodabad and Chlnaman'a room. bara. 
•talla (or 7 oowa; chiokaa kousa and garage. 

Frtaa oaly«. / 


rr ploasaat locaUon and par- 

""??^''..>*5"^" a»caatlooally 
wall built aoml-bungaioiir, ^a- 
tatalng 7 rooms, has all eon- 
vantencos and latest Improve- 
manta auCh aa bauAed callinga. 


VSll kaaamant with coaaroS 
floor aBd.(«raaco. half aa acre 
^ laad. BO rock, tonnia court, 
ganago, baa aorvlea. pavad road, 

_-._, . . J'w taaaa Tarma arrangod. 

W/m hava for aala a very line building alte 
V T on North Quadra gtraet, eoBslit- 

Ing of three-quartara of an 
acre of vnry flna land, level, no 
IZfr'^If* f\ "•^ •"«» Jl 
'"'?. ^T"*^'^" »»»• »»<» a 
wall built abed 10x12, close to 

15* "^ .•*<>•»• Prloa la 11.100 1 

W IT«« cash, balance arranged. 

B alaa hava aome very good bMldiac 
lota on Darwin Avenue and 
Blonkinsep Road which are go- 

auBdlvistsn. lo-faat frdntaga. 
120 to 141 foet In depth, lots 
*«>,.>eyM. all euHHrafad. »• 
roek. Terms: Bmall cash par- 
^metat and monthly iastalmanu. 

m,, w fi'rjfi"*''^*"' * MUaOBAVB 
Wlaoh BulWlhf (fit Fort fltroot 

5 -ROOM oottago and lot, in good condition, 
on Laavford^StreoL Prloa JS&O. cash 
flits balaaoa |U par moatk. For further 
partleulara apply Box lott Colonlat 

5 -ROOM bungalaw, elaae ta. for «ulek sale; 
lauat bo sold. Price baa booa aroatiy 
reduced: now offering at fl.OM. Tarma, |I00 
caah: balaaco moathly paymaata 

Vafcaa BlMk 



tx<mrtt6kAv orn^ 

lot MittM. 

u b a n galoar with aomoat 
fuUy Bodora la oroiT wayj 

Thia aroparty la Just obIsMb tha Oily 
UaMU and tto Uxas ar* oalylTa yaar. 

Prloa l«.n«: 


\J BOB. A aplaadldty aaa*tr«eiad bukaalow 

of aavna wall arranged, rooma. Th« 

boat of latarlor dacoratlona, fla. p3t 

and ual4|ua bult-in toatarea Vor* larao 

gardaa, lol a t|0 ft., fruit traaa aad skraha. 

ruohiy fivaldbad th^ugbovt. A sa«rl?Ma 

tprangeo. rootna. Th« very 
dacoratlona. tfmm PMUll7a| 
t-in Ooatarea Vory lam 
' fii-'"^* traaa and skraia. 
J througbovt. A saailrMa 
prios, tY.lOO, or wtll sail without tSSuuZ 

111 Oaiaa 


fXWMmtt gotafl oast, 

V' modara d-room baagalow 



F aiaia.. elBpa 

ta salt. 


goa* tot. garaRo. i>rtoa. liMia«tag*(a«af: 
•I.oof: 11.100 cask. bataaS MiaSod 

J 001 Oovaramaat fltraai VtaosrtA. a.Oi 

oA« v;5^»i.?:^§:'^^i59fc5aa« ^ 

V/ rasnaa d kousa. built-in faataraa mtii 
viow.ot MB, olaao^aUkborhooZ; aai\£?i* 
ifaUy traod: nMrtaagai (ar aoarly 
a ca* tinaaoa tbla tor 

lot boaatiniur 
aatouat ouotad. but 

&|iQ7Jwro«r efiaaoo 
'^^9v\nj modara hawao 
0«k Boy Matrtct. Thar* 
fl i Mllasas. fall baaaaMat. 

A. tl BARTON Wisa * CO. 

Ill Pak t bo rt ep Block 

Fkaac 2tll 



VwOWoaUas Rsad. no riaa of ai 
tboaatalna an attrastlv< 
aopttoaalty wall bum. I 
ora ll-reoaiod koaso. 

MaatodoaUi'nRS. "h^wood _„^ 
opsa nroplaooA bathroom up^u3 
dawastairA « bodpaomsTlania m- 
oaptlBB , room s. OIL ««»Mt^aso- 


trePRBmoif m fuuxbton bros. 

•2f Cootral Bld«; 



^KnJ\J aocvras 

•>• par moatb 
, a vonr daalrable ava- 
room bungalow In Famwood District on the 
mlln circle. Tho bungalow Is nicely ar- 
ranged. In good condition and situated on 
high ground with, a snie^dld view. 1 



<0l-» Sayward Bldg. 






WB * 

U Ml 
Maar Ry, 

FRoat vtaroRtA 

pmtloa. •chooL aiaia. 
OiHoa and ChttrBb 

wiik 0- 

•sad laad. aMattp 
.**.«*'?L?'! 'rf" KAtXaSTtt good ua« wMB ««„ 


XJ tmm. t-rw«Ma4id H tsfllaa «Mn 
hn<Ba«k all aorta af ballt-la foatai 

iSiJra'{"ft& ■*'"*• * 

•Tin ft-IBUATft) ROABk raro hantala. »- 
Wnw ramned mMlora kaaaa ball 1 -la 
fraiBTOik paaallfd. baasMd. t<ament baaa- 

^rOttTBRBT ATC ataga •• tram. 7-Moakad 
i»l «tn«d*m avmt-bunaalow. all sovta d( 
iMilHIn fvalarrii. rnraar*. twhn. Toa mnat 
a>-e ih« iniortnr t(» rtattsn tba graat valaa 
ai f' "' 


T»'-"'»"on all. 
IT. B. rttjrWETT A 
40TM PambfrtOB ^ 



«Hk ««•« aai 

ri la M 

3A0RB8. partly 
FtM* I7M. 
Q AOWn Wltk »>pa 


tr AORB*. all oloarod. aa« 0-yoaaaad bMkda*' 
D Mw. paaluy kaaaoo aad warbakaa. fS|ps 

100 ^ssr tT^ ******** -***>»* 

Frtaa Ifl JMi 

..R. «A»n.roN * BOW 

asaa • ttt Fa aibBi 

itOOMB— «all. paatry. balhr«iMi,^sitlta«^ 
aatt biaataLBrapi M iL bain^ bat- 




AFTRST-CLiASS improved ranch in Oor- 
doa Head, at a bargain. Partlcplara at 
oflloo. R. 8. Ptwaott A Co.. 107 Pomborton 

A COMPLETE (arm In oparatioa and 
yielding big returna: 74 aeraa, 31 oulti- 
xatad: ti alder bottom: sevaa cows. • S 
hal(era, 2 calvea. plga. chickens, team 
horsosL It tons hay. CO sacks oats, straw 
and potatoes. All implements and machln- 
oty. Two wells, alectrlc light, Ulephone and 
R.ILD. FIrst-olass 6 -roomed house, barns, 
chlokoa houaot^ dairy, ^tc, Oraod rtult trees 
and English walnut trees in full boaring: 
tl4t aoM. In grand farming district, handy 
for traasportatlon, water and rail. 
101 Union Bank Pulldl ng. 

BARGAIN — llo arrea. splendidly situated, 
closa to Prince Oeorge, near railway and 
water. Tha rin«st soil In the diatrlet. witb 
a flna atand of timber; two creaka run 
through the property, near the main road, 
three mllea from IrTloce George. |1,I00, 
on terma. Crown Kealt/. 

FINE farm proposition. US' acres, near 
Kamleops. wltn bnildlnga and a large 
portion cleared. Price on terms. 12,601. 
Crown Realty. 

110 AORB8, near C. N. R., OtUr district. 
|t,IOO; term*. Crown Realty. 

WB are taria speetallata, and have acreago 
in Iota to ault you. W« have the finest 
farms on the Island, and aume esE>eclalIy 
cheap onea Call and get particulars. Crown 
Realty, over the Imperial Bank, Tatea and 
Oovernmant Street. 

BB8T Acreage Buy in Victoria — Ten acroa. 
2U miiaa (ropi centre of olty; half 
uqder cultivation; city walec; good traoa- 
portation: ideal, location. Only |4I0 per 
acre on very easy terms. Urlght A Jones, 
Moody Block. Phone Too. 

- ■ - ■ - - - * I - II ■ I ■ I 

fM>yriCUAH VALLET— We have for sale 
\J th4 beat asrlcultnral proooBltlon in thia 
fertile district. 100 acres of valley land on 
Island Highway about I miles from Dun- 
<Sb; 30 ar^s ploughed, ts acres cleared, 20 
siaahad aad 14 aeraa valuable timber ad- 
jolaiBg B. A N. Ry. There ara 1 good rasl- 
deaoaa of 7 rooma each, one is e( recent 
conatructlon, oommandlng sstanaiva and 
pleasant view over aarreaBdiag country, aev- 
aral well built and modern barns, plggeriea 
and ehlckan hoasaa. Wa ara instructed to 
sell this valuable form at a price of 1100 

#KAA CASH — Balance arranged, buya a 

ti^^ dwalling on Colltnsoa «.» 

within easy walking distaaco of 

centre of City. Price oaly It, lit. 

fnERMB TO SUIT— A alz-room cotuge aad 
A- lot loxlto on Kingston Rtroat. 

Jamaa Bay. cloaa to Parliament 
Buildings. PrIca 11.110. 

#1 nOO ^<^S'*> halanc* arranged, buya aa 
VX WV extremely modem 4-room hooso 

and lot SOU to on Aaaolth Street. 

Price 11.100. 

A BIO SNAP— Oa BrougbtoB fltroot, oaly 
two blocka from Douglas and ono 
block from Fort Btroet. an t-room 
modern dwolling and lot 00x111. 
Prica onlr 11.000: tarma If da- 


Birod. Thia buy. aoart from bo- 
ng a modera bs 

claas invaatmaaU 

bomo. Is a flrtt- 


ITtOR Raat — Tea aoraa elaac. partly fur- 
A nlahad hoaaa. large bara and chiokaa 
houae, city water, aloctrlc JIght, pavod 
raad, » mNao from city, fOO por jnonth. 
Bo* tftt. Qolonlat. 

WA^yjBD TO IMLtyAWiali; . n 

A WOOL plaid coat, tbree-quarter length, 
to trad* for amall cook ateva. Pboao 

"riOUSLB oeraer In Point Ofey, VkBOBu- 
A^ ver. clear title, to axchango oa modora 
nvo or alx-roomou ouncalow : wUl aasumo Or 
^ay caah balance it auTtela. Pbona 4>|«U 

EXOHANOE for modern bungalow, ona 4- 
cyllndor llmoualna and caah. Houaa 
muat bavo good gardaa or orobarC Ba« 
2001 Coloalst. 

'CWUB-roomed modera bungalow, porch 
X back aad (naat. full eemom basamsat. 
just deoaraud. for Improved or «almpra^« 
acreage aaar olty prafarrod; valaa It,i00. 
Ad<^a8a Owaar. R. B. tftrawtordT Laagford 

fypX A XWUOAU _ 
V/ aa« mator rap^tag. BtHtabbBarA 
Uoag. prlvau 'laaSailatiaas; msiatt 
dyaamaa roHrauA aa« gaa^aa t sod. 
iBBiao alvoB. •fibarfPaaaB pSjL 
t. Talopboaaa Mt^ »7HM aad HlVl 

CHILD'S Sttlky ta coad caadltloa. ohoab. 
III! Hampahiro Road.- Phone 01111- 

C1 P. A8KBT. expraaa and delivery; oae- 
''• ton motor truck can be kirod far' 
general aorvloo; roaaonabla latoa, prompt 
and earoful: II yoata in iMairUJ aaa 
Canadian Army. Phona 4440. Ittt Cara- 
aow Stroat. Falrflald. 

/XANAOA Pride 
V^ ooodltion. 111. 

MaUoabie rango. 
Pbona l&etL. 



V^ abaroa fully paid. 

114 Airdrla. Alta. 

Co. — For MBlo 
What oaarr 



C HIIRO'S collapalbia commodo high chair, 
IS.IO. Large Engllah baby carriage, 
dark blue, aapr hood, tiraa good, Itt.So. 
A n a tbor . Aacb blao, aow hooti, good tlroa, 
127.10. Dark grooo oarrtaga. 111. Another 
nice oaa. liO.SO. Juat Ilka new. CaU aad 
laapact them. Tbey'ro bard to boat. Wa 
save you dollars. Baby Oarrlags Baohaago. 
411 Pandora. 

TVBUEB— ia, l«o aad lio aaab. Alaa 
AJ slightly usad drop-haad Blaaar. flowiag 
machine. MeaaoBabla. Bult« B, toll Paa- 
OofA.. , 

DBOPHBAO sawing machlna. Ilka aaw. 
perfect order. |I7.M. Cklld'a play- 
pcna from 11.00. 41 6 Pandora. 

DRBBB ault, Tasodo, flt gaatlsiaaa abaat 
I ft. 10 la. Price III. Apply Baa «T»t. 

DONKEV oaglaa, Mmplrs maba. alia Tab. 
with oablaa. blaoks. ate. all aoasi 
arat-ciaas oaadittaa. Apply Boa if. 
toria. -*• 


HAVB olaar 


UUa. Vlatofla |ats aad 
wts^ to. .aacbanao (or 

tit OoyaraaMBt-Btraot Fboao IM 

Containing 410 acres, all wire foBcod: 

10 acr«« cultivated, pictureaqno laka o( 
approximatoty t acres: good xarden aad or* 
charda aubstantiai atone house of 7 rooauu 
Quite modern, good water, only 10 miles from 
city, and near railway station. For aulcfc 
sale 110.000. 

Psrsonally Inanoctatl— Exclusive AlMBts 
101 Union Bank Butldlns 


ACRES, unimproved, near rail 
It ACRBB, improved, and diack. 

11 ACRES and 3-room shack.... 
4 ACRBH ttnd aarage and houaa. 

140 ACRES, near C.N.R 

4 ACRKH and 6-room bungalow... 

10 ACRBH and furnished bottSa. . 
4H ACRES, Portage Inlet 

11 ACRES and houaa 

10 ACRB8, near city. 
40 ACRBB at Comox . 

1 ACRES, near city 

JLafiraaaa _that I wisa to aa< 
Pralria Ijjid. CaUaiatBoa I>Ul 

ClkATBB groaad by aa axpatt at PUmlay 

P A Ritchie. Ltd.. 411 View Btraat. 

fflRADB two cloar title lou oa FalrfleML 
•A Road for an auto. Apply Boa 1*01 

ANTBD— it or Ifl aoras, improrod. to 

purcbaao or oxchaago (or l-roomod 

modara boaao: alas good aatoosaaai of aala. 

y alt^py tlcniara. Orst lattor. apply Boa fm. 

WILL exohaago my oqalty o( tl.MO hi 
modern l-room home on mtu circle; 
low taxes : H -block good ear service, (or 
acreage within 4 miles of dty. Apply Boa 
t»i4. Colonist. 

#Qp;n|y— Improvod qaartar, Cootral Ai- 
^P^Mjynf borta. Bzobaago (or houaa 
property Victoria. Ownar. P. O. Box It, 
Ljacombe. Alberta. 

#<^A CASH win handle my equity In I- 
W^AJXf roomed house with bathroom. Just 
over half mile circle and half block from 
Hillside carllne. Would consider part cash 
and poultry, cows or plga For further par- 
tlcnlars.-^Bait..^ll. Coionist. 

EDISON cgrllador phonograph wltk 
bogaay oablaat aad 100 Aabordl 
records la flrst-olaaa order, a saap at |I0. 
Island Excbaags (tko big Btoro). 7M Fart 

NOLlBU moat plos at tks Markat. Taia 
to tho right as yaa oatar. Wa aiBka' 

all we aall. A, tf. Wlagb. 

ENOLUH baby baggy, baat Londaa 
(Star), ball boarlaga, good upholstary. 
splendid condition, largo also, ooat |iaa: aell 
(or 141. Phoaa H4IT. 

ITIOR Balo—Cssb Register. ISti 1 visa. Ilf; 
a; 1 breast drill, t apaods. tlO; blow torch. 
»{; good strong work boaotr. lit: sat at tapa 
and dies. Ill: odd tans^aad 4Uos. II.IO: I 
taps. 1 Inch and IH laehTlitTlbt o( vwl- 
cauisera i7.5U; air praasitre gauge (or air 
pump, |i: tiuantity or machanica toela each 
aa opan end wraackoa, Stllaoa'i^ haminara, 
soaswdflvora, atofikoy wraackoa plloraw 
chnala. etc., etc.. ohaa» Box Itll Colonist. 

OLDINO ~ ' — — 

with oombtnatlon Bnsh 
shutter. 10 plataa, envali 
ale alide; I. (!■ 
bag and atand. 

Studio camfTa, 1x10 ta V.C wltk • alldaa (or 
ttt: air brush, camplsto with pamp. ooo,, 
t;l&; photographic arts lamp with roalataaco 

Its. ~ 

Vlcto tWxOH oamoff*. flttod 
ombtnatlon Bnah Is aa aa aad 
tea, envalapas 0Ha4%. MoXon- 
ms4tt) doable alMoa, laatbar 
. caat Itoa, saerlflBofor lliii 




. .11,000 

. .11,710 




, .11.100 

Bxelurivo Agents 


101 Union Bank Bnlldtog 

ELK t>AKB— d acroa. ail under oaitlTB- 
tlon. varioua fruit troea, (,o»0 Btraw- 
berrloa, 4-roomod modern house, bath, hot 
aad. cold waur, garaBO, Chlnaman'a ahaek. 
chicken housaa. barns, «tc. a conpleta 
homa and going epaoarn; l7,tM. 

KBATINOB— 10 acres, all aadar oalUva- 
Uoa; (nUt and strawbarries; modern 
baagalow; bat and cold water; usual haras; 
alt la flrst-olBSP sbapo; a bargain: |7,000. 
It.OOo cash, balaaca arraagod. 
DTaANICH. South— 4 acres, all uador oul- 

WE have a number of splendidly aaaippad 
farma, thO baat on tha Island, to soil 
«ia going conrerna We will ba plaasad to 
give Inquirers full partleulara Thoao aro 
abaolute bargalna. 


Farm Speelaltata 

W. H. Price. Notary Publie. Mgr. 

Ofllcaa over Imperial Bank 


/"tONFIomriAL — FMr pratsatlaa — asa 
KJ TOaMaam aa yaur hair. Fla oaa't das- 
tray It than. ^^ 

i'^tLOTUlNO wbleh yoa «B aat 

VJ taradd lato oasb by akoalag oOt. Mra 

" ' IISSII^ ■ ■ ■■—Mil ^^— — , , ^ 

T ADIB8, call Mrs. Wardale. who will call 
AJany time and buy your caat-off clothing. 
One« triad, alwaya convinced, or call 711 
Fort Btraot. Phona tOlt. 


MRS. I... thanks Oboarver for letter, know- 
ing It was wri 
write acaln and gl 



written in kindness. Piaaaa 
ve address. Would ilka 

MATBRNITT («Bss raeolvod lo privata 
homa. 120 YatOB 8t. Phona Ml. 

and cables, 

For partlealars Ftmia 

FOLDING buggy, 
klea from |1.76. 

snap. |1«.»0. 

426 I'andora. 

OR Bala— Upright grand piano (O0f-hard>,' 
iwrly new. A bargain. Pkoao MttL 

making appointment. 

'CWR Balo— Fifteoa (1S« Bat, twa 
JT aaffl, aad oca (1) sa b s ass oar. 

gaa8a^twM& (tO) iaa aapMliF t. 

Bp sa i sd al Vlatarla aad aMasy lUdlfF 

Biding, Victoria. Apply to D. ' TTtn «if llB 
AOenoe Bast, Vaacoarar. B.C. 

FOR Sale — English baby carrlaBo, naariy 
new. Aoply '1041 Hlohmoad Ave., off 
Oak Bay Ave. 

^\f Interest 

to Bpiritaallsto— Lady and 
gentleman, atrangera in VlrtoHa. are 
aaxloas to make acqualataace of splritual- 
lata intarestad la orsanlalna private develop- 
ini( circle for Winter montha Address Bw 

111 < 

SI I. 


'nra hara Jnst had portlea of Boetioa 14 
subdivided aad la now oa tko 
Btarkot ia tracu Of 1^ It or IB 
acres, gask wltk a watorfraal 
oa tka 

A. fr. J0NB8. LnCITEO 

ttvation, 4 aaros varloua fruits; 3 aeraa 
andor cultlvatioa to garden track. Thia 

Blaoe represents a good * 

Thore's ace^amodaUf 

Uvlag Immodlatoly. 


bore's aceotfamodaUon for 400 cbtcboBsi 
ty watw: /ttst oil pavod straata, within i 
ilea of Vjeiorlp foat OSIea. A bargain at 

•acaptloaalty aaSy tartns. 
proportlea have been paraon- 
.^ inspaoted »ad ara well worth la- 
vastigatiag If you aro la tho BMrkat for im- 
royed proFerUaa aad BolBit soaoama 
Far-aalasBroTod laad aadar oasy MrsM of 
call aad soo ua. 

mHa above 
X ally iaspa 
vastlgatlag If 


tF Ba RBAO TMlflt 
ROOVB ooasrota floor basemeat. with 

la Mr- 

kttakaa flttad wItb glass 
drawont s««.: lol 


fat, paasllod. with 
saaao) ha 
Itnaa araa«sd. 



bait ibo 

Blia, wRb BsrafBi j«st oatsido 
b at t -a Ml o airola. Tba owaar paM 
ftLBM fs» tbis aad IS gfrfng Jm^ 

Itvlat ar R IB bi» poiM oa 

IMt ab« Btn. 

•tb Ftaar. B. C ForsMaoat Uap BM*. 





5-RO(MBBD eottago wtlh bath. Otc: fall- 
staadbasaaioat, rhlehen in hi m«4 



A- — Oaad bottom lAnd. wlro fancad, now 
koapo. f ,^ro«ms aad paatry. nlastarfd and 


— BxaiBslvs Agoats 

101 Uniaa Baab Balldlng 

ITIOR aalo or trado. oao whole bl aaR ooa- 
M: talniag flya aeraa, small hoasa and 
"Btbar laiFrovOmaaU; aboat throo mitos 
from eoart boose. A barflalB If yoa act 
aaioblf. Bob awasp. . Rbom dfP.iSt. ~ 

Af-'rm •*' 



1 OA ACRBB, good, loTol laad. la 
XJiAJ t. m mllea fram railroad. 4 mllSs 
trom Courtanay. lying botwooa Brawa aai 
Fantledgo Rivers. Ill per B«r«. 


ACRBB flrst' 

loosl, t miles firom Oyster Bay. t artisa 
(roaL_»«Lllroad. Ill per aaaa. "^ ^ 

TbsSB " 

SKATVB ground by aa expert at FUnlay 
A Ritchie. Ltd.. Ill View Btroot. ' 

(TXriLL tba party who took tho door mat 

TV from IStt Dallas Road oa Hallowe'en 

eve pleasa returaT '^ 

fc^MN»WM*<fc#»^^*^ " ■ -i^^^O *^ h ^*^^^^^t^^0^tn0^^f^ II 

ALAOT wUI call and boy all yaor hl«b- 
okas oost-of( clotiaaB. Sbbo* eaab. 
phone Mrs. Hunt 4U1. 

DENTAL obalr, (oaatala. splHooa, bmekst 
and instruaoant eabiaat (Or aalOi toi 
Campbell BIob. 

MAX Lobbraaaor. haltdor aad ooatraotar. 
altoratloas. rovatra. leaky roofa (oao- 

5g^.nj;^'?"'»iigg*i»»g*"' '"^"^ *■* 

Naw Matkafl UmmHsh, 
trap, ioil-tt . MorU 

FOR Bale — Bctl orgaa and stool, 
coadltion, |4t. 1141 Faltk(ttl Btroet. 
Phone 1014 R. 



Male " Two good ranges 
(urnitura. Phono (44411. 




B ato - A lady's Mopola. 

FOR Bale — Bdlaon pkonogrnph. Ilko bowl 
also twenty four- minute records. Baap at 
120. Apply Hox 2000 Colonist. • 

TJ10R Bale — Dssrskia-tlnad maaCs ovoiaoat. 
jC (smaJt also), blank boavor aloth, Salta- 
tion black lamb ooiiar. |st. nil Olafitafla, 


rjMNipBT fooU a< rbflkarbu rBapborhssi la* 
£ gaabsTrias. goosobsrrlea black aad ro4 
cherry currants, largost pboaMtaal Madk- 

Badaa *VbrtB. Vara'aZU'BoU. MartMt ilSb 
44 and 41. 

^— mJw^^^— ■■»! Ill ■■—^^■N— ^— i^wMi— ^— wawMaa^^iMa 


H WlUon . 

rooi^ Salt aad 1%**^ 

Private party, two 

WlUon rags, in blue with a 1 


PAIMTSBO.*- SalssaUniBB. paparkaagiii^ 
J. J. MM w a, Pooabroko aad Qaadra. 

SKAMBS stwaad bp aa asport at PUmlsy 
A Rltckl% Ltd.. Ill Vlaw Stroot. 

ter baSs, MMag, okalraBbd 
iaadsu Fkaaa iMd. wah 

all Iwia 

ara oaoepUoaally 
•L F. MOODT Oa \ 
OBBpboll Bids. 


4 BOOMS, saraca aad 4 aooa IttM 

a ROOMS, BBS BStaa filNd 

g ROOW^ aad It aaras .!V^ $t.$H 

Q ROOMS. BBS M aeraa H,*^ 

TJ^ASM ia oparatlot»— Fifty aaroa, It aadaa 
•I; sBlUvatiaa, balBaoo aaslly nlssradj (oar- 

aU farmiag t ai B r sai inui aaoa^sowi^ twanty 

la««da«. Sttvata ia the ekoloagi 
dtMrlot oa T ba es a ier tolaad: baat- 
flablav •Btaro. wftbta iTvo ailii^>f 

oh«op, (any hon% crop af whoat. oats aaS 

bay an Ir^ ■ ^ 


In* nZ 

prooporoaa town, m BB a lflesat raaga aad a 

climate o«aai t» Vtstacla. glM par aeroi 


M. AMFRurrr a c, bowbu. 

101 Vklaa Baab Balidb«r^^^ 



» aoTM 


_ tins. Cab at a«aa f»r sarilrwlai^a R. 
Bl. Faaaatt A CO.. BBI Peaibo Ha ^ ~ - - 

TBN acres wtfb 
claaiPd aad A 
dhMOOet soar ssa . 
alopa eotau: tft.MB. 

In food 
loaa to 

iMa eotau: IAMB. itraiaL 

ygagtU^nB,oaosgg,n,..vo ^^gg^ 

itl Uaiaa 

VKJ* hava a nombor of boaaitfai 
vT mily aauippad. wtu taaptossaaia siask 
aa4 pradaoe. tbo flaeot ssn sa lbs ■MS. 

witb bonsas aad ootbaOSli^ai 
way and mala road, at prtcaa 
ba a^aaiiod. 

0*00 iBsparlai Baab. OamsBioai 

Tba Farm Baaala lWa 
IT. RL FRICBL Majary FakllA Blfr. 

no ACRBl^ abaat » Mraa aaW 
iSZ oMlaBO fi«lt laaA IB Msaa 

— - ■* ft,..^^^M^^^^A aflB^^tfK.^M^^k^i^kba^B ^^ m 

«iaa*s btasi . atts t i a t oa poattry boa. . 
woil watsr: alaaa to sislOSiii. aft 

wAXnso «o iiBinp— MiBcntsi 

PIANO waatsd^ imnaduwiy ta raat for 
a aaaatk; prfrat* aaa. Raaaa 1. CaH- 
toa ApartmoBtOL .Jll Faadora. ^^ 

RANTED— To raat pUna. Fbaao t'wiL ' 

^ftTAJiTBD ■ B od»aHttat-roo« by aiarrlsd 
▼ v coapl* (BO ehPdrea) oa or near Dallas 
Road, or oa oartlaat light oookiag oooooat* 
saaas aad bath aaoassary. Boad all pattlc 
alara to F. O. Box l>4d, CBy. ^^. 

TJMm, 4rd» HBbtad tfmma battdlag »m 
JU^BsqaintaK Road, saltabls ' 


pebool or ball 


FOR B at s Oao brand aaw blaa PorBo stBt. 
else 14} also Alaska sablp sallar aal 
cuffs; new, ph^po 40tOR. 

FOR salo— Baby's folding bnggir, la 
did condlUon. Apply lOlt Fi 

Avonaa. .- 

FRANCIB, 111 Tatos Stroot faagaglts D^ 
minion Thoairo). arm parSpMB Saat 
furaitura In any aaabUty: vaiaawaB aibWb' 
lytoaa lUl. 

"ClOB sals FoldBn baby 

JD wItb mattraas: vary taaso* 



'CnOR Balo— Ooat's bleyela. flno eoadlUsa. 
r Phono ttllR. 

TTM^Ii Balo— Bagliah baby carrlBBBi BOBS m 
E aow: owaors ioaotaa altp. Mf^aMMlp 
aide Road. T . 

-pOR Baia-^tadiya skaiaa aad 

good BO now. Phone Itl7l|. ■ 

T2U)R Bala— RIflo, It oaL. fD: MarUa VSZ 
A? •#••• cat., til: larao stfaaa VrmH* 

Ill.tO; Matoreycio BBBlBO. tl.iorilaaBiiB. 

i*.rt} BsriooM, IbIl pans loaehopfSSK 

aa, •Mi' 
jnUid 01 

iii.U; Qoat'T'^syolSL ^MT 

lysiJrnJSIf a ttr 

Pomps; ill.M: laraa MasMit 
strsag WorklBg Wst«boa|4JI 
Ola Oatsr Cewars. tt.7irtan 
Ovaralla 7m: strsBs workl 


ta fl« 


HI ysbaasa stfaao 

-tFOtt SBl»«-CBMnp arldbi 
B aiBMBl aatr. tM 

TTkHI Bats— M %.% mmrtm dSBlB^ 
' ol ass os ad ltl^; ta ba sssB at JNaat- 
w ags FWOF ftaQBB. ay Int^^ BBB, IBtB ar 
I4M K sa il BBi. 

P<m flaiarS »■ <» ■>» •«• •4^„»S««<» 

t«AI>V mm aatt 






AM Cgstral 



^•afaaS at 



SBSBS aaita. gftd sOkt assfW artlotaa 


BC naas tm% 

JcifaoooaBtCf . Wioigg V»*U 

r Mi dtbsr MsSS BBS MiM Im 

ORaM^^OMB aM «4d wsftt a^ 
far mm tn^ >4 t. Flfaya itts, 





EAVr* baais aa« sRatas iBoaoap); a(ps K 
Ml OadlBa Mii. 



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OO JU. MMU jWj g *^ 

T HAVa. j«M •mmmSt JS^EvMr tor dM 
■IT ' »«np watxi«orov <^2tr u i>m^ 

' M« win •!«« 

•r.MU at lijr 

<lfir «av«»«o4 la sajr l«a«lk aaA 
V^M* your Mr«OT w M«. i*^ •»,< 


T ADY'« fqr co«i. 0«My i-*!, <rtt* <^ 

iiftir pfwm^tiy. I^»V *•*•• * " — ••• 

b<l%< hcoi>» H»fl. 

LQVKLiT r«M'oolor*« •»•»*?•« with tr»l«, 
bMid«4 •■« •a»r«M«t«« (lnipert«4). 
n««r. au« *♦, co«t ITK Mil for »»»; t«« 

lm^« for pre— Pt ow—r. I^o— »i«»T. 

LAOT'S skAtM mmA boot* (•!■• If*); Uk« 

^^mCHB'SM atov*. 

■ » 

LjftI»T'if •k*tl*c koMa ••« shMM, aU* «. 
nsMriy new. H. Fk«M ?(• Otfwabto 

MAir« BanMriT. iw««i.ll»«dt laAif^ 
tm ecwi. gtrCa iw««4l Mit. tflM 
iwr«liig«. 1H« Pembrolia It. 

•iMSt M. 

«lAJ(«ja>— J 

fvomi » 

I'S B B U mftL.*' 


.^ WAirrao 

>T^IAMOJ«mi AfrriQUBM. JBim<RT. 
JL/ OU> aOU> AKD nUVBR. at**! Ka»«M •> >W _- 
I'hou* «••». *Mi 0*rfM Mt ■>■ 

Va bar •■« aall ttnnthtma. 
nt Htraatr 


I^VBBCOAT. MMirna*: hmu 


OM1.T CMMiu aMtlMi WAT ataynf. .**; 

/XROAN by MaM>B A Haalln with ««^*A 
Vf atapa and in Al condttton. prtea tTt.i*. 
Mand Bxeliaitsa (tba Bic fltora). TM 
r tt atraat. ^ 

-oitAMOb Cablaat Graad. If »ahasav 
* oaa«. oDly a oaa a ««w waaka: a Bar- 
gain at lf«». ' latead Kxebaaa* <tb« >Ui 
atara). ft* Tort tyaat. 
XILATBR plana «ad lyoilc. ta aplaadld 
X^coodltlaa) HT« eaab «* »««;i.*J, •*" 
cAaasa for f»| iMa. aay taaljcbt. U* Xadi- 
■«m. ybaaa >WTT. 

PIANQ— BalBlxmaa A Oa.. fK* oaah; alao! 
almaai naw - -Caaada'a Prtde" mate. 
| «». 7«H Fort Htr— t. 

X^RBMIBR atK-bola ata'el yaasa with' 
-T^ watar cotls, < compJata, a rood buy at 
IM.60. Ulahd Exchange (the Bis Stara). 
?t» Tart Btreal. ________ 

«w-~« .^aocTQB A Rvrvart 

.._v . .. TAIU>B» 

Ara opaa (ar baainaaa. 

4iS'*'^^ ■ ^ 

■ cCflK. 


Sjwv ^wtiJlnid^^^DTiiiia ' ' 

-ia .i 

naajMWte*"^-^'''* "Slaayi^^r 



TiieMteMBER whao baylnc (omltura your 
X% ban* la worthy af the beat, and tha 
place to gat the beat U at iba Raturaad 
Moidlara* Fumitara Bxehaage 141t Dawglaa 
at. Oar pHcaa ara law and qaallty saad. 
yatroB lae tba baya Plwna •4»4. 

SOUTHAIX — rar reliable atavaa and 
rancaa. tta rart Straat. Coila Aade. 
atovaa canneotad. ol4 atavaa and raaaaa 
boMirtit. Pboae «»«». ' 

QUIRRBI^ atole and muff, evening dreaa 
plac a^ blue. A paly Celenl»t B a« 87l». 

inrENUllS tapia plataP. KMxn. Ill* caah: 

am) lady'* Wcy«ie, Otrfael anndltlon, |2B. 

7«» yprt gtraat. i. ^ , ^ ■ J : 

0KATB8 ground by an aapart at'Pllmiair 
19 A Ritchie. Utd.. an view 8treet. 

^ Wa Call aad Oat Arttelea 

O ea da Said aa Cofamlaataa 


lt*T Oavarwmaat atraet 

(Oppoalte 10 Aagua CampbeiVa) 

AAaOW>ON'> »'byMi T»t AAKON«Oy« 

GBMTgr tw ial w aaa aolta waatad aad aU 
hiada af hlgli>eiaaa aaat-oft elothlng. 
Mra. War«ala. rliaaa MIS. ar aaU TU Fort, 

targaat aad lAagaat BataMlabad Oaalara la 

Vlatan*— Whalaaala aad R«talL 

TTIOHBrr paartble pricee paid for aara* 
•I-leaMar. braaa. lead, star, aad at! atbar 
klada af naatale. eaat aad wrought Iron. ra«% 
aaduL maomaary. pipe, ate.; alaa aaaaad- 
haad taala af aU daacrt^lana. 
Day phonea. ISSd. IMTiNlght phaaa. MtlR. 
Addraaa— m< Wliarf itTaat. 

TnOHan* cash PRICBB paid far abft.. 
-M^ amm, r W aai oarpaatara'.taata, aiathlac. 
traalot, railaaa, watii maehwary. dtaawnda 
aad jawalry, ate. Jaaab Aaranaoa'a Naw aad 
■aaaai ibaad Mara. HI Johaaea atraat. 
>hea« Trt. ' 


LooAMaaaaias, aLACxsaRiuaa. 
aASPaaRRzaii^ buacx cvkb^xhtb, 

PUXM% MUmaa. |fl«baat ptiSm paid. 

vioToaiA paasaaviMo co./ i^to. 

Vtatarla. Phaaa Ui 

LWt aa aaUaat yoar bad aeoount^i na cai- 
laaiiaa. no pay. Tba T. v. McCaanall 
MeroaaUla Agaacy. IStA Pembertoa B)d« 

T AOr waaid Uka ta abara boaae ar b«nc». 
^ law whara child af I eould ba taken 
cara a( dartajr bu al aea a haura. Aaply thto 
pmca. Phoaa ¥»>«. Colfniat Boa «»«I. 

MRB. Oddy will pay tha beat prlcea far 
jptod (uraltara. earpata, etc.. HIT 
Paa^Ua dtraat. phaaa SttfT * 

MBB. . CARTBR — Ooad catpata, (uraltuf^ 
etc, baufht aad aald. Cor. Bay aad 
Uovernmeat ll&aeta Pbane llOt. 

SAANICH Vagelablea make tke very bMt' 
picklaa. Why pay freight and dutyt 
A rti far Camaaun Plahlaa. ■ 

IJCATBS graaad by aa axpart at PUalay 
"' *"*«*"» ^^- *^^ V'*" Ptraat. 

SBCOND-haad cycle bargatna. PllnUay * 
a'tciue. Ltd.. « 11 View atyaat. 


|iaiCAI<t< portable oaaorete >mlxer wanted 
(^ ahant 1-S af a yard; atuat be |a good 
caadltlan. Box 3«««, Colanlat. 

STOP paying raat Car hauaabold gaoda aat' 
ta uaa. W* will pay Mat caah for tbam.: 
Phaaa aU>. Fart traet Baahanga. 

XriCTOiUA Hat VUotary will wark woa- 
; .Vd<af»,.wWh/'»iaMr..ald tUa. "BraaB Aad Fart. 

WANTEO>-aaeaad-hand black pipe, 1% 
la. up to a la. Holmea, R.M.D. a, 

'AKTBD 16 Buy — ^At, raaaoaable prtoa. 
p^ of nea*a good ikataa and boeta 


BKATB0. wKb boota, alae 1%, It; Buaatf-< 
c<Mt canoeing tent, Cxftsl |U: abort 
Wonibat fur coat, lit; chlld'a cot. flO. 
PhoiUi' IttfSR. lasft Yataa Straat. after 

K jeaunlefp. also atalra and raiUac. 
37 M. Peleh. 141 Yalea 8t^ 


adAI'TBO Bariag Sea cod, ll«p per lb., ar 
p3 3 Iba. Sic. . I*} Johnaoa Btreet, balaw 
tiavrramant, '-, , 


CiAl'ilM nrraaaad (a# faroltara ar 
K7 atock. althar at »iu Bala Raaaa ar 

ate caah . 
• »er« Tueaday 


. ----- - -- yaar, 

; xat bait paaatbla artaaa. ta»a«|. 
*at«nu: temltara baaikt: aaiaa 
eaday «i« FfMay. 

AarauR bsvimowat 

MM city Uarkai 

888 8#aai Attotloa. Raoai ada. 
dtaptiiMd laAvta, ^aba BartBa 



rnQNtC . jMMl */•(•*. BaUdat. Take Wm- 
X^<>atra MMaphaaakitau •!. 




U8BD.o|saaa..fa..flcat>4)laaa cpndlUan. at 
blMAla pi;>eea: tertna, it deatrad.' Or. 
gana/ Minoa «nA VTaiMopnonca taken , IB 
liart paguent ftf^iMw Inatmmenta. Helafa- 
rnan' * ^a^ ,l^i \ ,<OP»oalta Paat Ofilod. 
>-hona, ItM*.,, ■, c. .:. ■-<■■,•', 

. - ■ > • •Tf.r -..-., ■ ■ . 

V j^iZadaftlF ' tprlaea"^ aiuitt» ■cheat mt 
Vaafc.-nu JTert t»aat. 

Vl^TO^ ^moi)hena| Jewel .raata. aad 
uthcr tumitura. AOoiy 114 Prtaoeaa 


Cnrr X'ART. 'ti* FO^ MTRBBT 
.1* i. PHONB^ lUa 
nra *l>artj. the bbat dalettlan of aeaoad. 
tT Hand farnltura. cairpeta, atoi^aa, eta. 
In tha City. Our Urtcaa are the lowelL Call 
and iaapeot.' wa .buy or axwanga all 
klMr1»f go«d fWMtura. 

. , ■ ■ I T ^ I. I I I II I ■ 

'XrUlUB tnl^ca meat, plum puddiaga and 

X fruit cakes Will ae improved by uelna 

nur Ballad 'Older. Tha Western Plokliua 

Vorfca. Ltd. 

|BQ|V-*0>nB*^^t-aa<> Ihahaatad ateam radi- 
90U ator irtth aatamatla' gaa aaalralt 
•ultkbte ' fo^ office, haifta. ' ata. latl View 
f traat. ahane 47»t> 

6-R<>tiih rangf,' warming elbaet and call. 
Phone 4tl »R.. 

vIbST uaad plank, tu x 11, fll 

WAWt«l>~»liy3nJiAWBOO» «| 

ALAUY will call ahd buy all your hlgh- 
rlaas caat-of^ clothing. Spat oaah. 
l^oa* Mrs. Hunt. 4>»1. 


ArXKM^YlOM!— We pay bdat prtaaa (or 
aaaond'band elothas. gold, atlvar. atatl* 
Mlim. dU m a n djk lawelry. laUa laath. rtSea. 
aaatauaA mNafdat laatrumenla toola of any 
4MMrlPtlan. tAiafcai bagik aalt c aaea. farai« 

tr-aak'Siaa gKarFy^'TTir"'*"^ 

"BAva Tiliat 

CAU. 4«ir 

A N|}>,^lia.raa«aa 1% w^ pay abaflntaly tka 
hlfbaat prleaa far diacardad elathiag 
(geala' «r ladlaa*): aoeciai affar for map'a 
hiialnaaa a«|l^: e«r prompt aarvioe aad raady 
•aah 'ar* .A^ yvur Atapapii. Bhaw *.0». (Vie. 
tarta'a Balijlpl. WardraM Daalarai 7ai fwt 
■li«at. FMaa tai.' ahinr • p.a.. tur. 

tir JabAfM 

karwir- <• aw ^ hMraai^ ar «Jl - 


A LL clAaaaa af fttnUtara. alaa alathlag. 
Jv ata.. baugirt far eaak. ta lanta ar amaU 
1«^ ar wilt t»u aa aa m i to ala a . ^^* 

3r»ittr •^^^**^*^ •• •• 

A IfUU'tNO |iHaa.|a what wa pay, Mr aagr 

/^oaaUOATBO Iraa Wanted— WHI Uv j 
\j mm *•,— ta la^tM aquara t«M mi. 
vMiaad ttr paiytadj^tta Jta gaa ge. l«Mti awl 
ii Hfa> Iraa. Baa Wa. aaaaiaad. mXS. 

lALVarf WwMdlt kaM priaa said. Fkaaa 


MUaXMI JON* OOkFarMr a K i>paa> 

jy^imtf. Wa 
aatkA ••«^e««*_^ 

iSz drC^Njrta 


ANTED — To buy quaatlty of dtamanda. 
larga ar email. V. O. Box tCC 

WAMTBD — Cabinet irramoplrona. "Vlctrola 
preferred": must have good aelectloa 
of reoarde. Be« am. Colonist. 

WANTatt Wacaad-kaad lumber. Apply 
Box IH Catealat. 

WANTBO — To Burchase, furaitura. etc., 
(bedroom, kftdien. dining room, etc.) 
for I #ooms. Aaaly Nra. Steele. Colonist af- 
flcr. or Phane care of tZttR after IS aoon. 

■IV^NTWD — ^DouMe- barrel shotgun, I a 

r V gauge, cbeap, and in gaod eibndltlon. P. 

O. Bax 4M. . ^ , ■ . ' ' 

' ' " '• _ ' _/ ' » * I — J ;■ — ' . ■' I 

WANTat>— Gaed aecoad.haad coak atovas; 
highest pricee paid. Will buy goad 
class rumMol^. Kerr'e. 182< Ooranimant itt. 

TV7B pay tap prlcea for clothing, furniture, 
rV stoves. old teeth and" anjrthlag of 

value. Call anywhere any time, phone Stll. 

' ' ■ ' . ■ , 

WANTBI> — Gerhard Halntaman or any 
good make piaaa; will pay cash. Box 
»•», CAlonuT _. 

WANTED — Books on bookkeeping and- 
hlaher a''countlng: state oHce to Be< 
1877. Celofttst. 

W" ANTB1>— Lady's bicyola. Box 2114 Col- 
oMst. > 

WANTBI>— 'Any elaaa of aid metals, any 
class of Jank; good prleaa paid for 
bottlea sacks, auto tlraa. parpentera' toola, 
ett. Ring up lit*. City Junk Co., B. 
Aaronaon, «t Johnaon Straat. Hagae phaaa 
■Mlli. . 

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I CAN gire (he higheat caah price far all 
kinda of cast-off oI|BthlDg. because I have 
the largest demand. Special offers for 
Men's Business Suits. Phone SKI. Mrs. 
Wardala, or call 

fw>-v->OAa« triad, always aaarlacad. 

YOI;b minoe meat, plum puddlnia and 
fruit eakea Will be lmi>roved by uaing 
>Mir Boiled Older. Ttob W<iatera Piakliag 

rtJith^Sn AVAHTiMENTK 40 

ANICBLT furnished 2-room suite, steam 
beat, 'htit water and light: rent 135. 
Phone snag 

FURMISHEP apartmant. kitchen, bed- 
room, range. |l(. lail Pandora. Phona 


THREE furnished ' houaeketoplng rooms. 
llttht. bath, telephone. 112S Burdatt 

^ ,^. . ,^ ^^^J^'MjElXTS M 

yrWRBE or foiir-room suite, uafurnishad, 
■L wanted (o 'rent for six months at 
least, by two ladles; steam-heated: good 
location in VIeterIa: possession December 1. 
Mrs. Forsythe. 161 NIastrenth Avenue West. 
\"ancou»er, B.C. 

WANTED Immediately, oomfortable fur- 
nished flat, or housekeeping rooms, 
close In. for married couple. Box a§28. 

WANTBD— First waek la Daaamber, fur- 
nlahed apartment or amati baagalow, 
3 or 4 rooms: adults. Apply Box a7« Col- 



ARMADALE," 141 Niagara Straat, raom 
and board, homa-cookinc. Apply 
aboTa or Phaaa aat»L. . 


AT •XJAUIHAN," 188 Dauglaa Street, 
select quiet boarding house, opposite 
Beacon Hill Park^ near beach aad car; 
terms moderate. Pboae 8a IS. 

BON ACCORD, 84& Prtaeaaa Ar:. plaaa- 
antly altnatad, cl«a« in, camfortable. 
good plain caaklB^ aodarate rataa. Phone 


FAIRFIELD, roams and board, avary hoOM 
comfort.. Phone 6l8aR . 

"TTARRISVILLE," 1148 Oaear St. Juat off 
AX caok. Qulat and select, near park and 
aaa. Board o»tianal. Phoaa »1>1 X 

COM with board ar hauaekeaplag pitvl- 
leaes. 1«14 Calad aalan Ave. 

Apply laat Bardatta 

"DOOM and baard. 


ROOU aad board la privat* family, aalt-' 
able for ane or two geatlemen: oloea 
la and rataa raaaoaabl*. Box atM Co laalat. 

VERNON HOUSE, »t« Humboldt. First" 
ctaaa roam aad b«4rd: ateam beat; opaaT 
firaa; central. 

with braaki 
fraai car; 

rno LBT— Twa fraat bedraoraat a 
-A. fa« If dealrad; threa minataa 

»o%ifauuaatlM<o^ hoomb it 

COMFORTABLE furnlahad raaow with uaa 
of kHe»a«. 1187 Plaaard > t. 

IJVMt Raat— Upatalra. two pi 

■C hall, batkraom. balaaay 

Jaaapk jtroat 

]C10R Rent— trnfnrnlahad rooma, cloaa ta 
JB aaa. ear aad aehaoL Fboae iTMLt. 

itnaiUBaFlNtl raam^; centtai. Fhaatt 





BOOM* tarbtohad tar llaht haaaakaaplat 
from tia ta 118 par month. 'laeladliig 
light and water. Phone 18840 St. Oaanra 
Hotel. Eaauimalt Read. 


IKOLK aad daukle haaaekeeping 
itU Paadara. 

Baaa— At Na *n aniaMa Aa«^ AmiT 
.■*■ Bialre Realty C*^ Fart jMraat. 

Rant— Oamfartible heaaakaeping l o o mA 
7»i VaBoaaraT Straat. Apply eraalwga. 

Two furtilabad baaaakbapta* rssma. k«< 
and eaUi watar^kaik. light aad kaati 
we af teiaphaka 4»a«. 



Biq aafwralalMd 

Avenu». Phaaa «4M1t 



•tirata ai»traaaa. 

wjarrwp. ■oom avd board 


^ANTBD — Gaad board aad raam la r^ 

WAirt'RD MocaniirKMWo 

TTOUOb-KBEFINO room cheap, suitable Mr 

AtiUAlMUU* JuiuAlB 


ANICU fraat 
able 7ur ai 

1. wall famlahad. ault- 
ar two paraaaa Phaaa 


RUNHWICK HUTCL. Mc night and up', 
JO la.aa weekly and up: beat lorailoai aa 
bar. Ifataa and Peuglaa. Phoae 817. 

BRIQHT sunny rooms, furnished, cloaa la. 
Phona a774T. 

OMFORTABLB 8-room forQlahad aolte; 
central. Baz 2881, Colonist. 

CHEERY, camfortable room, homa-llka. all 
modem, vary central. 441 Supertar Bt. 

COMirORTABLB bad attUag-raom, olaaa la. 
»87 Maara Street. - . 

FURNACE heated slaaplag roams, board 
optional: also one larga nafumtsbed 
room with open xrate. 10*9 Johnson Bt. 

FURNIBHBD and heated 
Bay. Phoae 8&10X. 

roam la Jamaa 

roaumx axj» lAvanooR 

AMAONIFlOaMT .ynvar Mralaa (asala), 
aavaa asaalB^ «ld; tim prta* wlnaer at 
Vanaoarer thia aiaaaa Brad from pedlcread 
aad prlae wlaalag awck. Price f8o. Box 
aan Calaalat. 

AqCANTtTT af aaa-year-ald Laghora 
hensL. Birohell A Jenson's. aad Haason'a 
strain: all Ihraagh their moult. Apply W. 
Haaton. Baaalektan. Phone »Y. 

AN Bagilstt or Oordon setter wanted 
(bitch preferred), atate If trained and 
wbpt price, to Oeloat Bax attt. 

prleaa paid tor g 
Pauiiry Far*, las 
Pbane 4a«8U 



LA0r away all day wiahaa to rent har 
famlahad flat, with axoaptloa of oaa 
badroom. Phaaa »778. 

'T^ICB badraama, aultabia tor alagta maa: 
X^ board if reaatrad: home comforts. Phone 



BAR' James Bay Uatal, 
rooms. Phone 4048R. 

wall fumlshad 

NICE furnished rooms, cloaa In; near car- 
line: every convenieaca. 1137 North 

ROOMS, near Oak Bay; housekeeping 
privileges or board . Phoae 241 lU 

T. .UKLBN'S, 888 Coartaay Btraat. bad- 

rooms and hbusekeeaing robona, Fkaaa 

8784. H. Mellor. new proprletar. 

fpo Rent — Furnished bed-slttlngroom. aloae 
A. In: suit business xeatlemao. Phone 

THREE rooms and bathroom. I3tt Quadra 
Street, corner Tates. 

WILSON HOTEL. 844 Tales Street, nioely 
furnlnh<i<l, cl^sn. comfortable rooms. 
tOu night and up. Mrs. I. Miller. Managereaa. 


ROOSta furnished 101 1 ColUnson St. 



LARGE bed-sitting room and kitchenette 
or small furnished cottage. Box 2881 


LARGE, unfurnished housekeeping raoma 
to rent, aood location: electric light, 
phone and bath, witir private family, Ap- 
Dli'-17il3 Cavic atreai. ^ , 



BEAUTIFULLY turatshcd or unhtralahad 
10-roomed house with gartMre; centrally 
located. Box :(•«. Colontat. ar Phone 407*. 
itoom 20». 

FOii Rent — Houses, furnished and un- 
furnished. Liuyd- Young A Russell, 
1U12 Hroad Htreet. I'hone 4882. 

1i\OI< Rent-!-7-roomed houar, furnace, and 
' overy modem convenience. Phono 


FOR Rent — New 6-room modem house, 
furnai-e, $:!0 a ' month. Alio l>-room 
centlcman's residence, garage, etc, )S8 a 
month. .Mso :: acres and a &-room mod- 
ern bungalQw, |1C a month. 
Belmont House. 

IJ^OR careful moving of your piano, phona 
Hudson Bros.. 2258. We have the most 
up-to-date apparatus. 

OR Rent — S-room modern bungalow, alaa* 
in. Apply 24r>4 Crdar Mill Road. 


ti*OR Rent— Two-room shack. 1718 Haul- 


R Rent— 6-room cottage; |28 per 
month. Phone 6782R. 

"I^EWLT renovated, 3 bedrooms, 1 dressing 
.i.^ room with wash basin; large mod'eru 
bathroom, sitting-room, dining-room, smok- 
ing, and sun room, up-to-data pantry; kit- 
chen wired for electric range, furnace, hot 
watvr heated. Phone 8878. A. Lookley, op- 
posite St. Paul's Church, Bsqulmalt. 

rpo Let — 6-roamed house. 
A Street. 

838 North Park 

TO — A modern flve-roomed cottage, 
near car: adults. Phons 28S2R. 

fWXO I<et — Two six-room modern houses,' 
-A Just off Gorge Road and Dupplln Road, 
at $30 and |18 per month. Apply H. G. 
Dalby A Co., 634 View Street. 

rpo I.<tt8e for oni year, from Dec 1, 7- 
.i- roomed house, piano, -furnace, garage: 
880: references reaulred. Box 2864. Col- 
onist. • 

Let — 5-roomed house, 398 Cook Btreet'; 
rent tlC Apply 1788 Port Street. 

rnaoica alaslas aaaanaai CailforaU Hal- 
Kj lera or Harta Moaatala. a»»»- Work St. 

Itll Braad Btraat. 

WANTBD— All klada af puiieta and yaar. 
Hag haaa. Aawata for Roral Farpia 
Calf Maal. Raiaa your ealvaa withoat milk. 
Hana and pullata far sale. 

ELBVaN yaar old bona through moult. 
•l.7i aaeh takaa tha lot. All good 
heavy birda. laaa Fart Straat ar Phaaa 

8»aau * 


OR Sale — Jersey caw, fresh 8 daya J. 
RIcharda. 1884 Qladstane Ave. 

fltOR Sale — Very line Wyaadotte cockerel, 
A* early hatched. Bradley strain, Ik 

Phona 4»a«X. _^__ 

iR Bala — Ooad watchdog, cheap U tfkta 
at once. Phone 33(3. 


FOR Sale — ao young plga; alao reglatered 
sow, to farrow In June. Apply T. 
Tyler, Htaliya ^_^ 

FOR Sale — 8 barred rock pullets, 13.60 
eaab. Phane 1871R. 

,„ — > 

FINE young Jersey cow for sals: Juat 
dropped second calf; deep milker; 
heavy creamer. McLean, Brtidlna, Royal 

FOR Sale — 34 pullets. *moatiy ready far 
laying. 10 'yaar old hens through the 
moult: one rooster. tl>6 the lot. tS8 CaJe- 
d%nla Ave __^^.___ 

FOR Sale — A good polled Angus cow, quiet 
to handle and milk. Call after 5 o'clock 
evenings. Thos. Hatton, Bevcnoaks Road, 
off McKensle, Saanlch Road. 

FOR Sale — Bay gelding (886 lbs.>, 8 years 
old. quiet and sound; McLaughlin baggy. 
4-seater; harness nearly new; Bnglish saddle 
and bridle. The lot. |17». 811 CaladaelA 

TI*OR 8ale-r-Three R. I. Red pullets, 818; 
-I^ four Leghorn pullets, $3.60 each. Phona 



RADB Jersey, due on tha 28th; fourth 
' calf. Phone after 6 p.m., 6707LZ. 

OOU singlag aanariaa asai Blaaaliard. 

GOOD mare about l.tOO lbs., one of th% 
best. Day. Ooldstrenm. 

GOaTS — A few young nannies In kid to 
pure .Toggenburg buck. Cram 830 np; 
also some of the best Flemish rabbits in 
B.C.. pedigreed and reglatared. selling out. 
healthy stock. Mrs. Bradlsy-Dyne. Duncan. 




WILL rent cheap to careful tenant, 4- 
room bungalow. Apply Box 2781 Col- 

4 -ROOM cottage, very close In, |10 per 
month; would sell the furniture If re- 
oulred. Phone 1013. meal time s. 

5 -ROOMED house, 820. Apply 478 Dup- 
plln Road, end Douglas car. 

%>,.h.\Aiiu^ aKI lUk.>A— AiUi; 



WANTED — By December 1, 6 or 8-room 
modern house or bungalow In desir- 
able location; would lease 1 or a years. 
Phone 142L. 

WANTED — To rent unfumlahed 8 or 4- 
room house, modern: will take year 
lease If acslred: Willows or Oak Bay pre- 
ferred. Write lull details. Box 28«», Col- 

WANTED — To rent or lease Ave or aix- 
room buniralow by strictly rallabM 
cou ple. Phone 650tL. 

ANTED— WaU-fumlshed house, 8 bad* 
roo ms and garage. Phone 14glL. 

WANTED — 4 to 8-roomad house, fur- 
nished or unfurnished, or 3 or 4-roomed 
flat, preferably within half mile circle. Box 
27-^8. Colonist. 

WANTED — To rent one or two large ua. 
furnished rooms, mornings only, close 
to Rockland Avenue; will rent whole bouaa 
if neeeaaary. Apply by letter Colonist of. 
Hce. 2880. 

TTI7ANTBI> — Tao superior bungalows, aix 
▼ ▼to eight rooms, well furnished, in good 
locality, for Winter moatha. 

181 Union Bank Building 
Phone &800 

VltnLL pay two months' rent In advance 
VT and lease for six months, 4 or 6 
roomed unfurnished house; must be mod- 
era. Box 2826 Colonist. 

ina Braad ^ttaab 

*ai uva FOULTBT BToaa 

SOUa aatca tiaaUfy pallaui Racfe% Wfelta 
WvaaiBattdg aad bagtwta^ aa mUm M> 

Agaatt Mr Da Laral aaparata«C Baa> by tart. 

SIX-yaar-oid Uaekaay-brad taare. 1300 Iba.. 
fine all-rouad mover, prlte winner: aulbt 
to ride aad drlvai aound; good at all work: 
lady can haadla har: chaap. 8178. or aa- 
change for plga. cattle or early pullat* 
Moon. "The Maalea." R.M.D.. Duncaa. 

SOW- D«o ta latTaw la aaaat a aaaatk 
Prica Ilk. J. W. Malihouaa. OaUaaa 


WANTED— Quiet, old heraa, low prica. 
Phone 6t07R. 

WANTED— Soma Rhode Islabd Red pul- 
lets. Phone lS9aU 

YOUNG pigs for sate or exchange for 
halfers or anything useful. Box 2748 

"VOUNG plga tor sale. C. Ridley, Colwood. 


724 Jahnaon Street 734 Johnson Straat 


CHEVROLET Touring — Rnaning flno attd 
has been carefully Inspeetctd; battery, 
lights and (tarter In good shape. A Icadaa 
at 1686. 

HUPMOBILB— Model 83. One of tha pop^ 
ular cars always la great demand, has 
new top and motor golnap strong. Wilt prove 
a find at $406. 

TpORD Touring — Btarta. runa and llghta 
J[? from Bosch high ieaalon magneto. 4 
brand neW tirea. a 1817 motor. You can't 
imp rove on this, at 8386. 

TTUPMOBILE — Model 33. One of the kind 
JOL that runs almost as cheaply aa a bicycle, 
but a good car In every way. Has our O.K. 
at tai6. 

We show a score of other caru and wa 

stand prepared to save you money. 


724 Johnaon Street Phone (337 

AUTOMOBILE Wanted — Small 6-passenger 
car. no Fords, not earlier than 1916. 
Give lowest cash price and particulars In 
reply; no dealers. Box 2600 Colonist. 

paTERB A aoDFRar 

AUTOMOBILE spring spaelallsta. Aoto 
aprlnga cleaned, new leaves pot in; all 
kinds of tools amd forglngs. Ghsnaral 
repalra Try us with your spring repairs- 
Conor Raaaall Street aad BaquUnalt Hoad. 
Res. phoae 6«a(lt 


A FIVK-Passenger Ford, I860. 

A UUP Roadater, 1360. 

A WHITE Steamer, 1360. 

\ MOTORCYCLE. |136. 

|LD or diaabled cars, any conditloa, 
bought or taken In trade- 




COLLINSON ST.. 7 rooma. |6«: Blaaahard 
St. 7 rooms. ISO: Pandora St.. t room« 
aaa. Apply K. E. Heath. 1213 Douglas St. 

FURNISHED house of ten rooms to rent; 
very central location, suitable for pro- 
fessional man. A. Linabam, 1803 Douglas. 
Pboao 861. 

IADIBS*. doe'l waah your hair. XFaa 
J "iiintioabt. the dry ahsmpaa Ask j aat 

WELL furnished houaa of 10 rooma far 
rent, very c>>ntrsl location, suitable for 
doctor. Apply to agent. Arthur Llnehana 
1(03 Douglas. Phone 484. 

■ ' ' ■ 

3- ROOM cottage, furnished complete, mod- 
em, rent.81!>. Apply 1843 Crescaat Road, 
Foul Bay. Phone 6aa4U 

4 -ROOMED furnished cottage^ ptana, 838 
month: lady ta retain back bedroom aaS 
use of. kltehao. 3808 ML Talmla IM.. oar. 


BY December Ist. thraa ar foar-roomed 
furnished cottage, preferably la Oak 
Bay. by baalnees paapla. with ane eblld la 
baardlag schaM. Addreaa P. O. Box 118. 

WANTBI>— Laaaa far ana yaar taralahad 
baasa (baagalaw praOsrradl. 6 ar 8 
raooaai p agaaaals u Dae. lat. Apply C H. 
BawsA tor. View and Oovemaient 0t. 


TANTED — To lease for ona yaar. far- 

aiakad 8-reom bungalow with ganuM- 

.„__^ be BOadera aad wall furalatHiA Ffeaaa 

»MdLar Mas. ^^ 

rANT a D Bm alahed ar 

cnrafal teaaaia; 

d ar aarti 
a aad eai 



J7 bHa 


aaoTirraRBD bobton tbrrikrs 

II BH O laat aad Mew 

-TtawlMa." Prasyact 
Baaaleh. Visttars waleaaM- Mall addresa,' 
Bax III*, Victarta. ii C. l>a«al iafiiiailia 
mk •!• JiMjtig Btiaau 


841 View Street Phone aa M 

them come to the Old Church Building 
Saiesroom, corner of Courtney and Gordon 
Streets, near tha post ottlce. and buy ypur 
car. Victory Bonds accepted at 100 cents 
on the dollar, in full ar part payment oa 
any car. 
P^ORO, iai7, tanring. In flaa order; $800. 

'O'UDSON Six, 7-paaaaagar, newly palatad; 

CJAXO.N.' runabout, nawly palatcd. wira 
yj wheels; •871. 

CHEVROLET, 6-paasang«r. la gaad oaa. 
dJtion: 88*6. 
nORD, claaad delivery; 6660. 


XrOKWALKi 'a-paaaaaear, a pawarfal car; 


Old Church Building Phone Sta 

Comer Courtney and Gordon Streeta 

Wanted: To Buy Cars for Caah. or Will 
Sell on Commlsslan 


AUTO Repairs, all kinds: Statlonarr Ba- 
glna Reoairs. Marina Baglno Rapalra. 


8. O. Biaaehard Thoa. Steele 
Fort St.. next cor, of Cook Phone 1317 


JRD Taarla& itia. Baaalar aheak afr* 
— asi k s i B. waatbar atrlpa aa daant art> 
vauiy awaad. Jaal aaarkaalad. pat Mil 

aaadltt aa ^ 'IMA FbaM MUX Mr m»- 

ale (I 

TJIORDk at Rennlo's — Twa 1111 Fords 6- 
X" p a aaan g s r a 8&7k-8660; aae 1817 Ford. 
•860: 1*18 Indian motorcycle, a-spead power 
plus; several othero. Repairs. You'd better 



1717 Cook Straat. Fbaae 4648 

*^ madel. elaatsia atartar aad sTa«ythla» 
•«i aapailai m. 

'CH>B Bala 1 
jC a«al»paai 

F^W?55Ti.srtarn»i :Sr« 

a.ilsfarflaa. F^aaa «MA 

'CX>R Bale— 1*17 rtard. ThIa la a ana 
A Owaor maat sail. Priea 14*6 on tarw 
MM tr aall at Ttl Jahnaon Street. 


r f 

Fard Ballet ta good caadlllaa.. 

Phaaa MtaR. ^^ 

r. <3M. me 
— »r laaaeh. 


ipoa Bata-Fara •• .„. ._ 

A" IMA. .OMaraa^^at Baparia* at.. 


<«rB la IraBa AMty at 
•it a«p««lar Bttaai 

TTIOB Bala— MM Chevrolet RaaAstsr, aaly 
a; raa aM oUtoa; awaar golag away. Phaaa 


ARAOB to rant aa raaaaaabia uma. Ap- 
ply 4 87 siaaaard Aveaae. 

G. W. V. A. 


Apply Room 104. Dailglaa Hatal 
(Waumgn or Haaalttaa) 

1*1 • 



TTVOBON sopar-ala l-paaa 
XL Chaimara. 8-cyUadar. 7- — li^,^ - „ 
splendid rent ear; 3-ii8aaiagar Madal M, 
Overland. Marion BuUat. 1811 CadUlaa. •• 
paasanger. aad 1816 WM*. 6.paaaaBgar. Ilka 
sew. Priea ••!•. 

t il Superior Bt. luhlnd PArllamaat Bidga. 

HUDSON Sedan Car. ilka ftew; bargaia. 
Box 2*04 Colonlat. 

IF you have a car and need caah' <aa( 
talk) aaa Cameron. 831 Superior at. 

Yataa Street. Phoaa 1816. Agaala tor 
Slmamf Paatas. Caatraata by tha waak, 
moatb or yaar. Satlafactlaa guamataaA 
Tba orlgiaal aimonialng autlaa af VlatatlAi 

w. H. Muaaaa Frasw 

Raa. Phoaa 8a88I 
We aell ear s on commlsaiaa. 

ATE model Ford for sals. W0> sell 

cheap for cash. Must ba sold. Phona 


MR. AUTO-OWNER, when you require tha 
beat passible workmanship on i the radi- 
ator or fenders of your new car. all in- 
quiries will 'direct you to 


Auto Radiator and Fandar Bpaoialiata 

1*01 Government Street Phone ^.il'^ 


aLAUOHUN Ught aia. lOlt madal: to 
. aplaadld a aadiuoa. Frt ea. I1.MA 

MaLADOauN 8-46. i*U aadal. M Brat* 
alaaa ordar. all «aod lUaa Fnaa, 

FORD, lata aaodal, allp aatara, ahaok ab. 
aarbarsL apeedomatar. aad to A-l aaa- 
dltiaa. Prlea^ JOOA 

pORC^JtM tiadal. chaap •t.llfl. 

R. A. DAVlB 
847 Tales Street 

NOTICE — Contracts for l<aa:ing wanted. 
New 3H-ton Diamond T Truck, with 
steel dump or flat body. Hydraulic hoisv 
Clark A bougall, 731 Cormorant Street. 
Phons 88(t. Agents: Diamond T Trucks, 
1 to 6-toa capacity. 

'"^EXT time your car reqt^res attention 
-*~^ give us boys a trial: We can show you 
how lo 

Halve your gas bill 

Oat easier starttog; 

Gat more power 

Make your car more cosy; and 

Make your Fard do all your hard farm work. 
Come In and see us at 


• 21 Gordon Street 

Rear of.WeUtr'a. ^ Phone 6549 

f\LD «aca, to aay aaadttlaa, bought fa* 
vTapat eaak. Mr. JuakK 141 Flaw Bt 
7'hene a»M 


OVERLAND, 1*14, self-ataner, electrio 
lights. Car la beautiful condition 


Model 36 Studebakor, self-starter, electric 
lights. Car la first-class condition. Sea 

this car (800 

Republic 1-ron truck with large body and 

cab. In A-1 condition. A snap 11,600 

Cor. Courtney and Gordon Sts. Phone 2346 

PIBTON rtags far arary ear ar BMrlaa aa. 
glcaa: wholesale aad ratall. Mall ar 
phaaa OaMaa Uead. M 8. Flataa tUag 

saaLL oARAoa, i/nx 
raa aotisa of aacFaaT aaFAiBB 

6IS viaw sraaar. 

FaOMa •«•• 



SBCOND-Haad tires, tubaa aad riaa. all 
alsac from •• up; 3 aad t-ayiladar aa* 
Elaaa fram 878 ap; 8, 4 and ••ayilaaar 
Beach magnetos, from ISO each; Hamy A 
Splltdort magnetos from flo up: tnuiara 
from 816 t>ch; t-vott batiarlea.- |to aacA: 
Balek. Appersoa, Abbatt,_ Detroit. Carter 
Car. Tudhopa. y. M. F.. Ftaadera, Wlataa, 
etc., parte far saia. at half-pnaa, Wa 
have la alack parte far aMat all makaa mi 

•41 Vlaw Btraat Phaaa •••• 
Ask far Mr. Jaakla 

KATE8 ground by an expert at PUmlay 
A Ritchie, Ltd.. 811 Vlaw Street. 





*.**..*.••..••••••■• e8aa 



4-eyllBdar Cant. Track Motor. iMth 

aeto and carburetor' •••• 

•aa Tfetes street Fkaaa i*l» 

THE class In "gaa engtnea" at Boys' Cen- 
tral School arranged for Tueaday night. 
November lllh, will meat on Thursday 
Bight, the 13th Inst. 

734 JobnsoB Street 734 Jahnaaa Straat 


THE aame akilled arganiaatloa that pata 
our aale cars on the road, running and 
looking like aaw. la at your service. If 
your car requires a New Top. Storm Car- 
tains, flapalrs. or whether your Motor ra- 
quiras a complete overhaul or a simple ad' 
Justmeat, we do It right. 

Our motto — "You Mdst Be aatlaiUd." 


734 JohBaOB Straat Fheae •IST 

IIM Oak Bay Avaaaa 

aaUaat. H. L. aaaa. prafi. 

Lato af MeLaacklla-Bnick Faatarp 


Ffeaa* UU 

"TTBBRB KaaW— Mr. Buslnsaa Maa. lat as 
VJ ahow yoa oar lataat ov ai a l a a modal 
Garford. Let ua show yoa why it haa tha 
lowaat tao-mtle coet of aay ether make, 
ragardlaaa of price. Ton will ba keonly 
Interested in the traly .eAMptlonal valaa 
afferad la this model. "Users kaow " 

Phoaa 3*77 

Opaa all alcBt 

737 ^Takaaaa Bl. 

aavaacom. atoroR ca 

••IS *U Ta 


'ANTao B m ali car: aapt ha aMsaal- 
ral la raa aad aot aaar |l,«fa, IM 

«b I 

~ a <' ^ > .^j' » r » 0»t's r > f wfT m ^^^ i r ^^ 

'AirrElV-mil buy old oaaaaf-fcaaa adra 
ar aaat caaB. any maka raaardieas oC 
oaadlUaa. maat be abaaa. Aaaly Mr. Bag- 
Mi, at tba V. A a. Ry. atatiaa. coraer ^ 
Blanobafd aad Flags rd Btraata, 


nra win avarkaul or repair yaar ear at a 
▼ ▼ caatract prtoa. All wark abaatutcly 
gya raa lead. 

Oar. aianahard and Flagard Btraata 

YOUR car repaired at year owa place; 
aaytblag meebanlcal repaired: 21 ysara* 
espartaaee. Bwlft, Machlnlal, Soaton Road, 
phnae >80X. 

4>-BBATRR H17F, eleciria llghta, aaw tlrea; 
** eaab or tarma. or exchaaga far poultry. 
8M Madlaon. Phane 8 a 8TT. 

Phaaa tta MASTERS' looa View Street 

Caraar of Vaacoaver Street 

M>Qg /V— FORD, lata model, In. perfect run- 
^PWUV lUng order. Thie car has had very 
little Use. aad has been taken very good care 
af. Tlraa ara all good, with two new onea 
Price only 8860: terms arranged If dealred. 

#OK/V— RBO, S.aeatar, la gaad runniag ar- 
W^OVder. Thia car would nsaka a very 
goad track, aad la priced at the ridleulouaiy 
low ngure of 1260, for a quick sale. 

#QnA— OVBBLAND. C-aeatar; a 
VtHIVr good buy: goad Urea. 



A dandy a-aaatar Runabout; all 
•aod tlraa. 


;— A dandy 6-seatar family car; all 
good XXft. 


FORD tranamiaalon lining. 81 a aet: skid 
chains. ti.8« pair: used tlraa. 30x8H. «4 

ea<-h: 32x4. 83 each: rellnars. 81.60 each; 
tall lamps. 83 aaok: presto taaka 18 each; 
weathwr strlns far windahlelds. 81 each: 
Champion spark nluxs. *0c earh: Pyrene 
with bracket. 113.60: windshield cleaners, 
II. 60 each; Jacks. It. 60 each: robe rails. &0c 
e«"h: fnnt rails, ai escb ', 10x3 <i rim, lit 
Chevrolet. Overland, etc.. |4 ; oil cans, a6o 
each: fan belts, SOc each; timer wlret. II 
set; Ford foot mats, |2 each; Bailey ball 
thrust for Fords/^3 each. 


Gui Masters. Mgr. Phoae 373 

Cor. Vancouver St. CtoT. V'aneouver St. 

Phaaa aat} 737 Johnaoa atraat 


LOOK AT raasE Bura 

1»ia OVaRLAND, a «raat aaap. ai,!**. 
181* Chevrolet, an A-1 buy. %Vl%. 
Oar battery service la Claaa A-l. Wa 
stock genuine Ford parte. 


AinroB voK uiHis 


Pkafa 67T« DAT OR NIOHT Pkaaa tTM 



MaTCBOBiai. roaad trip 
SUOPPING. par haur ..., 

Boata ar Trains met by appatoti 
Phoae 6778 P. R. PIKB ^h 

•mm* a • 



UiAja— aite aaw Wlataa Al t-agaMB«ari 
^ •• Mr liaar. Fkaaa ItiNi lOira^ra* 
stare. Hra- »»*V. T. J. Cktat 

S-PAsaBNOaR' Chevroiat far hira, aay 
Ume; raaaoaable rataa. W. McAlllatar. 


BICYCLE — Massey Harris. 

perfect condi- 
flited with Coaster braksL mud- 
guards, bell.- eip. tao. Phone 483»X. 

PAT 1/3 

"fTivaRBADT" aaah tampa aad battar«a» 
AU 1*80 madala Just raealvad. raaaoaaMy 
prtaad. Naw la tha Uma ta gat yaart tlraa 
ikad th a ralay aaaaaa. ' 

<IODFRBa Tka Bieyela Bpaetollai 

804.*«8 Tataa Next Prtaoeaa Thaatra 

Daa't forget Pride of the laland Danaa. 

Frtdgr. November 7tb 

IjV)R Sale — 3-apaad ladlaa motorcycle, to 
flrst-class shapa. aiaC cash takaa It. 

Apply Box 1470 ColOBlat. ■ ■ ■ — 

FOR Sale — 1*18 Indian motorcycle, to flrat- 
class coadHion. heavy duty olutob.. al- 
most new tires: 1140 cash. Phone 3801R. 



O di p O blld'e gala p t n wi m t aM l al a M. » i 


IRL'S small 

bicycle wanted. Phona 

HARI.RT, Indian, Excelsior and Douglas 
Motorcycle Repair Works. 860 Johnaon 
Stree t . _^ 

MERKBL motorcycle for sale, cheap tor 
caah. Phone 187. 

^rotORi^^ela for aala, Bagtlab Bufea: 
fitted with bulb hera. lamp aad Preata 
tank, aldtt apeedomatar ; tlraa praotlaallr 
aaw. Thia machlaa la nttad with a twa-apaad 
caar and la a splendid otaohlaa for a sMa- 
car. Bax %i%% Calaplak 

MOTORCTCLBS^ Bloyciaa aad Supply 
Store. Viatarta agaata far Bxaalalar 
matorayclaa: fall Una ^t aoppliaa aad ra* 

Ftir paru far au makaa a( matarayalaA 
rteea reasonabla 864 Yataa Btraat. 

EVBRAL aaa p a at liaaalara itotorT 

cyolea, ladiaaa from fM upi FardA 

ata Rapal ra have Raaala da tbam. Vkm 

will makb ya« Bapar- 1711 Oaak. FImm 


WANTED to buy boy's small bieyela. 
Apply stating ^rlca to Mra. aharp, 
R.M.D. No. 1 Duncan. 

CONFIDBNTIAl. — Laat yaar— Fla— KaBr 
loat. Tkia iraat^— TOXIFOAM— Fraaaal 
Hair saved. 

T7V>UNt>— Pursa containing sum of money. 
A; Finder may have by paytaa far thia 
*d. and proving same. Apply Calaalat of- 

' ■ • I I 

l^^uu.NU — Kowboat aa Aaaalcb Arm; a>waar 
A* eaa have aama ^ paylag expaaaaa AB* 
ply W. P. Rankin. Tod lalet P.a 

FIVE DOLLARS reward for Maek lyax 
mnfr lost abaat Oetobar 17. Box a74». 


LOST — Pearl drop earring, OoTarnmaet aad 
Tates. 1.4>ave 803 Yates or phona 1818L 

LOST — Saturday, ort Oak Bay Avenue, l>e- 
tween Foul Bay Road and Duchess 
Street, while crochet bag containing sum of 
money. FlndsT plea se phage 331 4 L. Reward. 

LOST- Noramber 4, Alredal^ larriar, Irith 
EsqiUmatt dog ug. Finder pleara phono 
Coach aad He r aaa. 

Loat- Thoradajr aftaraoan an Oak 
Bay aar, gray jnirae eaaUlalng abaat 
••. Bawara U rataraad to Bax aS31. Coi> 

* 11 w^mm^mmi n | 

LOST — Between C.P.R. wharf and Da- 
mlnloa Hatal. oaa laggar'a boot. 
Ftodar klaBly ratora to Daaatolen Hatal. ■ 

LOST— Hoaad Mtak. wbtte. tan and 
ticfcad. double fera taaka. li months 
old. laaa aara: lost at Mi. Valentine, May 
ba at Hooka. Ottor Poiai, or Mhawolgaa. 
Natify Powar Maaaa, Jardan River. Ra- 

OST aa tha rth laat., a amaM blaok 
Foaiaraatan dag with white apat aa 
braaat. FIndar rawardad; Aaialaar praas 
cateA Appir Oave, aMB O asai wai a ai at. 
Phaaa 4633L. 

T OBT— FrIBay aflarhaoa. la Raaltala 
iltaay, m at the aarnar af Pkrawaod 

Itaay, m at the aarnar af Pkrawaed 
.__ aaa Fawi b ra k a Btraat. a pa i aa. atm' 
tattoac abaat Ave daUasa. Fladar ' 
phaaa 4«MU RewarA 

OBr—atacSr leatbar paraa aa %:\\ ^m. 
laiararhaa car. FInBOr tl^*^»* ratarm tp 

T OBT— By 
Ai hatwaea 


aa Daaaiaa Btraat. 
Klars Raad. a 
eeatalalag fll.ta aad 
r pl a aat ratara «• m*. 

v., Saturday. Nuv«uibcr I, l>«tw«i.n 
Grant and Belmont. Fladvr plt>a<e phone 
• «71X 

LOST — Pair «t tortulaeehell glaasea Ite^ 
taeen iMk Bay and city. Kmdcr pleasa* 
phoae 64WX ^_^ 

LOBT — ^F«uketbe6k between paat office and 
Waiaea's Hhoe Stare. Ktoder uluasa ra« 
lura to It. Foul Bay Rtw yi. 

I-OIJT — A bleyclr from the Victoria High 
■i Hehuol. Finder pK^ssu eummunleate « lui 
the Colonist OIBoe. RtwgrA 

LOST — Bnglish setter blickr puppy, seven 
to eight months old. black and while. 
Finder plessc notify F. T. Turner. "Wols- 
ton." Se af orlh B t. Phone GlOtK. _ 

LOBT— Gent's brbwn gsanilet glove, riessa 
Phone 40(81.. Reward. 

LOitT— Gold brooch set «Uh amethyst and 
peaa la Phone \%%Z\.. Reward. 

^^— ^' I » 

LOST — Bet of Ford olda curtains at Tam. 
perance Hall. Saaalek, oa 8 lat October. 
Plcaae return to a P. Johaatoa. Coloatst 

^^^.^^ I I — ^ 

I^ST — A sat of instruction papt^ra bearing 
i addreae 4 8* Casa Street. Chlcaco. Re 
ward . O. I. ucksn oltch . I'olonlst Box 2735. 

LEFT In motor car coming from Keatlnga. 
umbrella; Initials. F. A. H. Pleaso r«. 
turn to jL'olonis t Offloa. 

REWARD for return af gate stolen from 
(44 Moss Street. Sunday night, Nov. 2. 
Phone I408U 

STRATBD from 800KB, ard Nov.. team 
ot HORSES, bright chestnut about 110* 
Iba.. likely to wander towards Victoria: both 
had halters on. Comntunlcute Mai. Cooke. 
Books P.O.. or Phone 277 Farmers' Co-op. 

BCONO-hand cycle bargains. Pllmlsy A 
WHehle. LtA. (H View Street. 

KATES ground by an expert al Pllmley 
A Ritchie, Ltd,. (11 View Street. 

'^KATBS. hollow ground, at Wilson's Ra- 
pair Shop, (13 Cormorant. 

YlflLL the person who was seen taking 

▼ v paraa ooatolning sum of money at 
close of Orpbeum Saturday matinee perform - 
anof return same Immediately to Colonist 
Office and avoid ' further trouble. 

TliriLL lady seen picking up silver Jug on 

▼ v Viaw Street hand to elevator asslstaui 
In Union Bank Bldg.. and oblige owner? 


BBBT atael mad guards far eyelaa Film* 
lay A Ritchie. Ltd.. »11 View atraat. 

MBBT year frtaada at tha CLARKN(» 
POOL ROOM. Douglas and Tatoa. la 
the Basemsnt. NICK RAPTIA Proprtetoc. 

fTWB worklagman's club; beat lighted aad 
-'- Tentilatad rooma la tha elty: Bruaawiok* 
Balke aad Burroogba aad Watta tablaa 



CLARENCB Hotel, Xatea and Douglaa 
Rates: Transients, 76o up; weekly. 
ia.00 up. A. law houaakseplns auliea. 
^■hone :eS7(0. 


Aceammadatlon goaC Rataa raaaaaabia 

Itaat eaatnlly altnatad hotel la Viotarto 

a. W. HURST. Proartatar. 

NBBBITT HOTEL — 1330 Broad Btraat, 
Bawty raaavatad and npenad under new 
maBAgamaat. J. Naabltu Pra», Madarata 


^lOTOaiA'B Nawaat aad Maat Op- la- Data 

Btob-Claaa Baralaa. 

THE DUK8MUIR, Fart Street. Light, 
bright and clean. Transients. 7049 up, 
Special weekly rates. Hot and cold water. 
Phone 4(370. 


DO you need an engine for that boat of 
yours7 The Easthope 3H h.p.. 4-cycle 
is the best engine oh the market for boats 
from 14 lo 3« ft. In length. It costs llvo 
complete with shaft and' propeller, coil Wir- 
ing and batteries. The Sfasthope 8 h.p, 
Troller Is the last word in heavy duty.' 
single cylinder design. These engines sre 
built In Canada by Canadians lor Can- 
adians by the pioneer gas engine manufau- 
turers of British Columbia. Easthope Bros., 
1727 Georgia 8treet, Vancouver, B.C. Write 
fur circular and full description. 

WANTED — Second-hand Bviarude engine 
In good running order; must be cheap 
for cash. Box 2778, colo nist. 

Of^-FOOT launch, ready for engine, good 
^M condition: 1(0 takes It. Call 2811 In- 
let Drive. Gorge. • 

-| Q-FOOT Dory-abapad akiff, aar% row. 
XO locks, rudder, etc.; aaap, 160; ^oaa 


BEES— Wknted 1 or 3 healthy colonlaa ol 
Italian bees. Box 378S. Colonist 

COMPLETE wocd bualbess for sale, a ga. 
Ing concern. ^rfncladias' dailvaiy track. 
Ph one 6836L. 

EMOBILI2KD offloer wUhea to hear o( 
good business propoaltian. worklas to- 
taraat, aiaall oapltal. Apply Calaalat Bax 


rpBOLIBa OarbMa Laapa 

a!j Lampa tram 81.60. tha.NMW Dalto 

(ATI. Oil 

tha NEW Dalto Blaa- 

irta LaaapA aamplata. tMI: Carbida aad OU 

af biaheai aaaUty. 


EQUIPaCENT coBsisU of five mlrrora, 4 
X 3; five hand baaiaa, tape tor hot and 
cold water; thraa chaira' (kakaa), twa larga 
mirrors; ens jacket heater; oaa ao-gallon 
tank; one shoeshiae, erarytbiBg is order. A 
large lofty abop divided by glasa paBalling, 
with auffleient room to rear for two pool 
tables. For priea aad tarma of aala apply 
at office. 

•700 CASH buya out atock af aiqall atora, 
premises with sultobia llvlns quarters ad- 
joining can bo retaiaad at raatal of \tk per 
month ; store situated in good district with 
carllae eoavsnlentlr Baar; wl4« approach 
from street with ataro front axtoBding Ita 
whole width glvaa pramlneaca and added 

THE BuaiNEaa axoHANoa i 

Jio B.C. FartoaBaat -Bldg, ' 



Talaphana tM* 

Oppariunlty ta parohaaa toraiakad apart* 

aiaat biMk. aa a aalac aaaaara. 

UlOa Bala— Larffa tavaaaa pradaataa far* 

f aiahad apartmant Mock. Biaafy aM- 

aatad: tAvaa law. Frtaa abaat b«" 

Juat It wauld aaat to baUd tads 
pwly Owaara. Box 886. Calaalat. 

GROCERT baslhess far aala, elosa toi e a >B 
location. Box 36I>, Colaniat. 

GOOD opportualty far a taUor to buy kaU 
lataraat la a gaad paytas elaaniag and 
praaaiag bualaaaa. Will baar tovaatigatloa. 

Apply Max 3604 Colonut 

HAVa eapHal to invest la small atora. 
gaaaral far praferenca. with llvUff ac 
cammadAtlon. Box 37*7 coionlaL 

li ■ ' 1 .1 ■ . .1 

INVEST now In a naw laaaataeiurias 
company with nnllmhcd praapacts ia tha 
•Domtolon; active poattldo^if daaiyed; no bet- 
ter propoaltlait on the laarkat; aaery invea- 
tlgauoa daalted: returned Man Brefarred; 
appatatmaat aaly. P. O. aaa ••«. City: » 

UMBBR MILL— Aetlve parumr waatad to 
abaalataly ua-ta-data mill which ta nm* 
aing to eapaolty with very proStable eon- 
traata. Baatomant la tba lataat and ihera 
are ampto raaarvea af gtandltui timber. Anv 
maa Vl aaaeaUva ability, whathar with a 
kaawladaa m tba lumber Indaatry m aat. 

, aaB> to ahla matter one nf tim 

aaaarad avaaaas to aroAtable emplaynsaat 
and aato iaveatmant. Audited baiaooe ehaata, 
are availabia aadavery leaitlmate toveattaa. 

^"^-^SW'irtak B^ild^-^"^*"- 
Phaaa 680» 

baar : 

iBg aaad moaay all the ttmat 

MOTOR rapair ahop, weii looatadi 
aad Bi^ag aaad ntoaay all tfce ttmat 
bailaiss alaa hatof daa« la used 

H. AMFHi.arr 

cara Thia lo a araat O B par l aa i ty far llttia 

a. C. RQWSU. 

PaOTOOBAFaiC atadto fistaraA aaasarlT 
ate., to ba said aaaarataly v» stadio 
fitted ap raa ay W atart baalndaa ta ba aa< • 
riftoad at law artiw. Baot pa rfB a a la tba 
city: laag aatawiotiad. Tm parUaalara 
phaaa 4ga>K. 

ypO baaato mm 

•rato raat. aB 
aad a payla« 
•aaatoa party. 
eHy. Appir to 


to aHy, aMMl- 

mt^r SWA 

aasy taraia ta 

leat aarapaaia laariaa 

\mifimtm to itos 3817. 


FT ¥*rr. 
Baa t77i. 

atara^ aiBtaMa far gr^. 
wttb VlMy»m daartara pratorrad. 

t)rTA B T ap BBla n WmUBad mt 
TV tora l aBad baima. Aaa lawa. i 

n# a« 







;* TftB I^AILV t»tOKiaT. VICTORIA, B.C. SUNDAY, iiOVEMBER 9. 1919, 

Trvtmut, ■»■>!■■■ Mid ntt M—<»w. 

MMMir Md •meiMrtir » » — u a 

■■rvtct U h«* Mvarml y«M« I<m*1 

I BralMM. riMtfla BHiUiac V«*- 
■.C. - ■ ^^ — — 

MOIIBT to iM« M tJM ia«rt«a«« at •Itkt 




/HABS etc felf«w 

•|||-|TCMU» O. 


k«tlM — tt lBJ W 

It. Pb«M «MS. 

SinU>IMO rapM*." «Krp«nt«r, glMla*. 
pstatlBS. coAcwtot riBbt yrtcM; mU- 
ittAtoa (TM. rurnitHM and cablaati t* 

inWTT •«r#«#^nt acuub Oak Bar 
aad WlUowa. R# jBf Mloaa for ravalra 
alMcatloaa batorCBDinc alMwhara. X, 
iL Parpaatw a|# BuUd«r. w«r1uho» 
St.. aad «C >^rt StNat. PkMa 

g«AW _BBO». aoi 

»♦« Oavarai^ian ttft t w a ia lrrt 

tlUTlOB. Vrti K, «. 

X daatlaa •• all Pkotoa dartaa noath af 
MaTMakar. ISM Oavarawaat BUaaC Pbaaa 
»»»t. Oa> atapa at daar. 


-DATBXld. trad* aMrtu^ **alfafb 
X riahia V^athMratoAkaach A <V. 
•MabUalMd drm af aataat attaraaya 
Itia Kaaara BiUldluc. Vaaeaavar. B 

PAT BW TB B awlaad BHttal^ 

JT atti*rB«yt aatoata la all jMaatrlaa Fialr- 
■•Id BultdlM. **$ OraavlUa Sc Vaaaawak 


nnroirf i4JUTBX^--o*»oaito v.WJk. 

naaiMa«. kaatlaa aad •haal trva vark. 
Vlataria aliMM «T«S. ^Oak Bay pkaaa ilM. 



AMD ~ 


'PkaaalU« V,.».,' f»t fan Aainl 


• Oak Bay 



RJ. N 
• a«ai 

Norr CO- uMi; 

b». awtBML Ml 




HBRBT, XKSmmm—tlU 
PlumbiBK «Bd kaaUaa. L<anM 

rnHJB Calbart Plaoibi^c A H<a«taf C^ 
X Zild.. aaaltanr and baaUaa aaaiaaank 
lif BrMwktan itraat. Katabllahad ISM. 


Iaean>orato4 l>— i 

BPAIKS. AU«I-««I«IMV Stora aad Offlaa 
nxtUTM. BattaaHW fna. R. Black, car- 
lUr. yiiana,*i>«<»r 


JALX.BN, na*Ur«r>-BatUBatM gtrmm aa 
• tflala aad artMOMatal ptoatorlaa; a«> 
■•at work, rapalrtad. •tOi Pk»ao MVd. 
»H» Boach Dti»o. ' 

Wahitpco Aifp KALaonnnHQ 

PAIMTIKO aad dMoratlac. au ktada at art 
aad »Ula ciaat work. .Praaat and var> 
aoaal attoauaa. H. Bwma. tili DaTlo At. 

IMTINO, I>ap«rkaBVlBC aad KalsonUa* 
lag. W. a aimpaop. Phono |«HR. 


MRB. WARbLiE. la>o of Wtanlpoc. wui 
call and irtvo tiw klirkiMn Prtcaa far 
ladloo' aont'a and ehltdroa'a «aat-oS etoth- 
laa. Phono 1**1. or call at TN Port Atraat. 

SBOOITD'HAMD Clotbint: foat'a bhalaoai 
•olta boasht tor caoh. If yaa waat toa 
arieoo. alwayo call flhaw A Oow Phono 441. 

wvwatEam and rwu^vaaonAi* i 

Xtn iBtalaltoa Jb oeai» 
vV hair, iaao aaooaalac and hair work. 
Piaaa • Phlli^ Ml caaabaU Bide PI 

nUUllfill f UVA'vlAL 




T>RIVATB Matoralty 

oot Avoaao. BoatUo^ Waak. 


XTBTBBUIAKIAM — Caaiao HooaltaL oar 

uutD BBourrmr AOt 

lAoattaa Mt 


havtaa booa ilod la my aSao af 
tko too* of Cortlfloau af Tklo No. IMlf.P 



dootca or oolor, 
amaaf »■ Ltniltod. 

^ T ombooMd la aay 
f-llo Colaatot PrlBUas 


\J aad motor roi 
tten. prlvato inai 
Cyaamoo ro- w ound 

fiatoo alvea. 8tob(, 
trooc PhoBoa tIK 

U In oUvotor 
awltehboord arao' 
na. Motora aad 
ftuartwtaod. Batl- 
wo Bnltdlna. Tataa 
SR and kAR. 




IMI Wharf 8i 


KoaaoXt oflBca at 
l-hoao in. 


"tnOR atoaetl and 
J? oaaravor and 
Crowttaor. ai* Wi 

MJlMcraTlac : 

Ml eattor. Qoorvo 
Biroot. bohlad Poat 






Chlnoaa ompl^y 


M. wiBi oa. 
aaoaoy. Phoao 


ij /l PUNBRAL. . CMw-' (Hayward'A LAd.) 
D»yj» — ruaoral AlMtAara and •mbalmara. 
OhaaoJ and prtrato ajvlira: motor or horao 

Bulpmoat. Alwnfa afoa. Phoao lift. 
« Brouahton Atraft^ 

IziURkirDBB Cratlttt. aad ablpplag aa- 
M} tniatod to ua rao«>iAa tho boat ooaalMo 
Attontloa and car*. _ lli|la»a Broa. Phoao 
•its. 117* Yatao 

ploylni Hudaen' 


WRNITURB moWwtJhiada aaay by am- 

Phoao lit*. 

rSBVBa BROa.. maltr and horao vana Car 
movtaa: atoraaf, AMpplnc and paoklaa. 
kanoa tali and tlCTVaea: l«ei Oovora- 
|o nt AtroAt. 

rovk your famBdfa by motor or taam: 

aaiok and ralUMa aorvloa Balraat 

to J. D Wllllama. fWtjpo (T*. 



lOgTBR. PIUU>--litC Oovommont StrarL 
Pkaaa lIST. AHNratioos and 



BNVRAL AardoilM;^ »niBlB«, apraylaa. 
rrod Banao«t,x Kiwbarry Yal* P. O. 
- Cal««iu itU '^ 

glNC and Coi>por^!jnu 
daaorlptloa at V|^- 

iMtratloaa of ovary 
Coloaiot Photo- BA« 


M\. daka 


UOSPIffl.'*— Brla« yaar Ka- 
il Qam«i« to tko Kodak Boa- 


tal aad hari tBan.Mt la workiaar ardor 
It tho Aammor ktlMita Mavaard'A TIB 

Pandora Avontto. PBIm IJII 




jxjsxr*-" * 


NDRT. Ud.~Tte 
It North Park. U 
darvriL Talophako 


« m' * 


dravtad aad 

rio aad aaiklna 

ry la yaar advaa 

■aaaAllai woat 

■tliat aad p« 



JU otA Olty or 

farafat attoattoa. m. 
OdH btd^ Brtdilb 


ia«r»phla«, oa- 

m. Npthina too 

all] tour atatlon- 

'oai: our work la 

to. Tho CotaoMI 

Oa.. i,tsr 


UMBBB, jirladowt, Jj^r% I n^ ior Aalali 


VietarU Bhaot Motal Werka 

Oattara. Cbtmaoy Topoi Warm Air 

^kcaata for tho "Sanahlao I^aaoaw" 

OHoo aad Worka— 4a« KIMOaTON aTBBBT 
Phaaa aai. . 

PUItNACBA. faraaoo oopalra. cMmaoy totm. 
warm air boattnic and olumblna. 9i, M. 
Caaaon. (It Cathorino Btraat. Phoao laat. 


TPBWRITBR8 — Naw and aaeond-hattd: 

ropaira: rontaia: ribbona for all lAa- 

chlBoo. Ualiod Typowrltar Co.. UtL, Taa 

Port Btroot Victoria. Phono *T»A 

taujOKs and costumiers 

to tha abaro montloaod laada la tho t 
of Walur I^aaaloy aad boarlac data tko IMh 
day of May. l*lf. 1 koroby irtvo aotleo of oty 
latonUon at tho oxplratloa of oao Caloadar 
Moath from tho Brat publloatloa koaaaf ta 
laaao to tho aald Waltor Lanaloy a froak 
Cortlflcato of Tltlo la lion of aach loot 
Cortlfleata. Any poraoa harlnir any Infor- 
matloa with rotoroaoo to aaoh loot CortlB- 
oato of Tula, la roaaoatod to eommualoato 
with tko aadoraUnad. 

DIMM at thAMH! Roalatrp Mtaa. Tla- 
tortBTmC. thJiJti day of OMHAiaiA 


Aaailoatloaa wWl bo roeotrcd by Ika «•• 
Aon^iiMd for tho f^Uewlw ruiKlaaai 
To Octobor tath, l»l»: . 

^jipvuiu PunrliBK macustk opbk. 

AXOB. In tha offloo of the Conaor. Vumou- 
vor. Balary tlto.OO per moatlr. Duttoa tA 
commonco Novombar lat. 1*1». 

To Norambar lOtb. Iftf: 

ABB BB AOB. VAMCOlfVitB. Balary *>•*.•* 
par month. DuUaa to eommanoa forthwith. 

Qaalltteatlotta: Must bo coavorsaat with 
tko bualnaaa oondltlona aad valuao In tha 
city of Vancouver. 

To Kpyanbar J7lh. 1U»: 
^ABWrAKT POBKaffKB In tha Foraat 
j]MHi»|. Laatr DapAjtmtnt. jm*Xtt»9J*' 
pap manth. PutlBv <• •ommtboo' Oac«mk|r 

^QaallHeattoBar Ifaat b« a aradaato of « 
rocovaisad Foraat BehooL with praetleal 

•ritich. LaAda Dtpartaaont Salary fl&l.«B 


Balary tiat.O(>' aor mastK 
manca Decamkor lot, lata. 


illBeatlou: klAat bo a initiate of A. 
raeocniaod KSroat School, with PtAatleal 
Bold axperlaoce, 
PtKJUi. tn ittm ;DoDArtaMa« '«C T a<l«BB^ 

DWUaa to>a^ 

Qtt^IIQeationa: Muat ba ouallflad to la- 
veafUat* aqd report on induaiHal coadl- 
tlona of tho Pro^lnoe. to collect, analjrso 
<tnd tabulate labour atatutlca. familiar with 
Ronaral offloo work and modern flilns aya- 
' tam a 


or Vlolovta, J^jC. 
im, Jmba. 1»1S. to «*th AprU. ltl» 


June 1. IBlt — 
CABh ImUacb on 

Uaad 1147.17 

At MtAk or Mont- 

raal •Xt.Sl 

Mwnt>arahlp Feea 

Hutiacrlptiona. includlns Abara 

lais ttaU iruiBsla bund.. 

City of Victoria urant 

Uonnltory Hania 

Pliyalcal l>apArtniaDt — L«okar 

raou. canraa. ladlaa* awlm- 

mlAs f aaa. ate. 

RotlKioua Work Departmant 
ttoQlal faaturaa, Inoludlnc ra- 

fraahmant countar ano bll- 


• 770.7I 






Movement Is Caused by Press- 
In&of Injunction Proceedings 
Against Miners^-^onrie Low 
Quotations Are Reached 





Oiy y al 


tyrwiary .... 
WBce auppUdS 
PooUve Ani 1 

Bntaui .... 
TalephoBaa . . 
TrAvalilDA «(• 




. .•4.S7ft.00 




Returned Boldlera muat furnlih a eartl- 
Aed copy of their dlaclrarce c«rtlflcatea. or 
In the caae of commluloned otTlcera. a eor- 
tlfled atatement of their mlllUry aorvica 

APDilcatloEL forma may be obtained from 
the undaraiaAid or from any Ooraraoiaat 

W. H. MacINNBB. * 

Clril Borrlco CommUatoaer. 

Parliament Bidaa. Victoria. B.C 


ROWN, H. K.. rao Port— Naral. mUltary. 
civil and Udlea' tailor.. Phono laiT. 

"fTBTBRAM" VAILOH. bapottal ftaak 

V Balldina. 

typewriter ISX.' 



V Typawrltora RBNTBD. bouKht. aold. 
exobaamd. ra^aOt. repaired. Bomo aaaaa 
la uaod maobtaaa. Pheaa a*aa. T«( Yatoa 


'EVARMBRB — Wo boy any quantity of pa- 
J? tatooa and vaRatabiea. Wo anpaly 
atorea. irotola. campo. rootauranta aad~ 
ahlpa HoaB Tr ^ " " — — 
pbone lat. 

ruoa A Ca.. Tit Vlow Btroat: 

ITirHITB, M.. 
TV turlna 


ITTLB A TATLOR. HI Fort Bt. Bsport 
watehinakera. lawalara aad opttataaa 

Pbone «71. 

watchmaker and maaufaa* 
turlna Jeweler. Bmrravlna neatly 
done. All work poaltlvely suaranteod. Ka- 
traooo HIbben-Bono Bulldlna. Phono tlT. 




^CTOOD will, worry won't — Keep your Bra 
' T burnlnc thla Winter. Qjt your auppiy 
la aow by phoning IZttL. JoBnaon tfroa. 

•XriCK CBONQ L.UNC— Dcalera la eord- 
wood, blocka and anilt weed. Wood 
carried In, 1(o extra. Oflloa. tat Flaaard 
Street. fhonea Slia and tia*. Wa daM««r 
to all parte of city. . ' . 

Phoao aaii 

aaa Tatoa Atraot 


"The Pioneer firm" 

We don't advertlae oar work. 
Oar work advertlaoo Itaclt. 

W. H. HUOHBA PraoHatar. 


{\3ir Acotyloaa Weldins— Caat Iron, braaik 
V^ ateel and alupilnum weldlnit. H. Bd- 
warda. «a« Coartne y. Phono <a«t. 


AWDMM. KlPOA CO.—Charterod Ao- 

countanta, Aaalaneei. Jtc. 411 aad 4aa 

Central Bulialna. Victoria. B.C. Phoae 41**. 


MARIMKULO A>9»»ted - BeaalT BMSi 
chiropody. oUMrata[atA tA*lalA kMr- 
drooalaa. manicur«M(/ Mmm 84^11 Itl B«r> 
ward. BIda. 


pUIIROPOOIBT^L. bi. Joneo. Ill Central 
\> Block. Phone 18*1; ree. phone tfilR. 

MAiUMKX.LO Approved Shop, Cotfpo and 
Boaan IM.C.A). ehiroaedlau aad oaa- 
motlclana. Phono aiTT. H7 Bay ward Blda. 

R. H. BARKBR 111 Joaoa Building. Phoao 


" • - If - I I lA 

BLLBY A 1CBI.1.BY— Pbonee 414* aad 
*4t4R. OIHco. m.| Aavward BUc 


DR. WIUtaAMS- BacUah Cough Cvro; 
BalOk relief from ohroele eouako, tfa 
Paweott'a Drua Storo. PhotM (M. 


Tendera addrraaed to the Chief Enirlneer 
of Rallwaye, Victoria, B.C., for the under- 
mentioned work on Weatmlnater Bridire. will 
be received at the office of undcral^rned up 
to Saturday noon, November 15th. via.: 

(1) Rpc-onntrurtlon of railway treetle ap- 
proach subHtructure at south end of brldao. 

(2) Uecdnilructlon of part of Mahwa* 
troatle approach subitructuro at aouth end 
of biMtfA ' . ^' 

ictloa af A lidawatk tor •atira 

. •nacMeatlona tea be eeaa M 
itor of Bouipmoat'a Oivice, Coan 
Momyw. at th.' SMd««, ThoiE^ 0<f> 
.ford. SuperlatOAdont. and at tka Dtoartnaeat 
of RallwavA ^^etorla. 

Tender* fa bo marked *^eatmlitatar 
Bridire repair* ABd scoonipanlad by aB ab- 
cepted rheoaa far 6 per cpnt Of Md. paykbia 
to tha Mlniata* ofiRailwaj-a Th* lowaat or 
any tender aat noccaaarllv aaoaptad. 

Chief Bnalneor of Rallwaya 



AppllcAtlofu will IM rec«iva4 ky <tM 
underaisned up to Novombdr 10th, 
1»19, for the position oC AsalaUnt 
MAnual Training IrtBtNMBAT. Apptl- 
CAnts to atate previoua axperience An4 

^aoretary to tho Board ot 
School TruBtees, SAAnlch 






Pual I1.SS7.40 

. IfiKkt, 

WAtar 10$.74 

Rapalra and fur- 

,,niahlnBs 1.743.C9 

Houao and Janitor 

auppllea SOS.OS 

Laundry 514.8» 

Waaea of buUdInt 

. aitPloyaoa ; ..." t.f97M 

IbciiSloua Work D«>fMirttBaRt. 

Social Dapaptment — EBqulp- 

mant and auppliaa 

Darmitery Santa rafundad .. 
Phyaipal napartman*.r-Salary 

„JM!>% BQulpytent 

XtnivAtlonai Departmant— p 

MairaAlnea. etc 

Boya' Diviaion— <Salarla« and 


Intaraat ,on mortAMr* and 

: Mnk loati . . . ^ 

Jfra tnatiranca ^.: 

Oty taxM 

Balance on hand . . 

VBAa overdraft— 
Ballk «t MontreAl. 8.4S 

t 5.4SS.t7 







,„ _ $20,4 14.98 

Wa nave examined the above caah ac- 
count with the books and vouchers of 
the AsBoclatlon. and find the a&me to be 

XT. . , ^ ^ ^ Chartered Accountants. 
Victoria. B.a. October 2. lilt. 

Ta b. a», 

aa Oi 


« ta 

-_, ^fff aalo by toaidar par 

rdw of tia Sapreno Caart af Brttlah 
nUa, dated tka 14«k day af Oetabar, 

The Aaaatvi 
a. Raaoa 

of B. 


tendefa far tba pttrcbaee of the foUawtac 
Por^taM Tlmbor Liccncea. 'tmaiely: 

•aai'g«BtBB. ncir^Aaoenvar PAy, JirYla In- 

-Jfit '1'^«*,' ^^^' ^•'•9*v f*** '^^ "••• 
*a«t|l of BrlttalA Klver. $t*rU laMt. 

PkHlcaiara dAd condUlMa of aalA and 


^Hahire ^itMJaA. Tl> ^oymoup tcraat; 
^ Waaouver. B. C.. or v 

DAVIS A CO., Barriater* and Solldtora. 
London Bulldlna. Vancouver. B.C. 

woncE foa sUm 

TWa pmoerty Wklch has A fjronUffe oa 
Wharf Street tf !•• feet. «ad A frontaica on 
VIetMia Inner a^^bOr of 17T CM* by a mean 



Victoria Must Win an 

Victoria is justly proud of its war reco|4L Our 
previous efforts and achievements must beHrfd up 
to. We must fuHy — and over — subscribe ^**I^^^^ 
amount in the Victory Loan campaign. Togfthcr, 
thenl Everybody! Make certain that VictoHft wivs 

NBW TORE. NovT t.— SelUna of 
BtockB wAa ^ roButnAd durlnc todAy'B 
brlaf but lively aeaston, the movemont 
boins promptod by the nawa that tho 
PodarAl AdmlniatrAttoo would proBO 
its InjaDcUon proceodtnspB ASAlnst tho 
atrlklnc ralnera. 

The BbarBA which gufferod fr«Ateat 
4»pro«tsMAB to tiM woaTb BbwUb^I 

ictiooA ATSPA AaalB aiosMI otit (or 
lure. atAAia. o<|tttpm«a«B. mAtors 
at»f olla reoArdAd eXtremo decllnef Af 
tWA to eevoR pAlnta. 
. tn tk numbAT Af cAsea lowaat quAto* 
ttNU of th« W4iek werA BBAde, And 
atfiona somA Af the mATA APAtiBlAtlVA 
laauos recAM AdvAnoca A| f ta 10 
pointa wero effected; 

SaJea amounted to tT 5,000 shAres. 

Conditions In the Bond MArkot 
were mixed, Uberty laaues oAalnc 
ASAin, with moAt domestic laaues. Amp 
liTAattlAV trend was shown by leading 
forelan issues. TAtAl gales, psr value, 
AEcreiEAted |t,5&0,000. 

(Furaiahed by Burdiek Broa. A Brett, Ud.) 

Btocka— — ■ 

Am. Bool Sugar 
Am, Can. co. 

, car Pdy 
Aitt. f^moh Oil 
Am. In. Corp, 
Am. Locomotive . . . . 
Am. Bmelt and Ref. 
Am. T. cad Yai 

HiMh. Law. Cloae. 

ra 41 V i» t(^ 

'gar •i'A h^ »S» 

, caAi. .. si flK atii 

y iaa<4 iii« iM 

Am. Wool 
Am. Stoef Pdy. 

Am. Sum. Tob 

Aaaconda MlnlAg ■ . ■ 


At«i|Bon . . , , ■. . 

▲tlaStlc Qulf ,..,.,., 
AtlaaUc Outf ...'l..^ 

Baldwin L.OCO 

Baltimore and Ohio 
BUtto Sup. Mining . 

BtAOklyn Tranalt 
VaBadtan Pacific . . . . 
CtAltral lieather . . . . 

Crucible Btnel 

Cheoapeake and Ohio 

N. 8. Steel 

Chlc. Mil. and St. P. 
Chic. R.I. and Pac. ., 
Colo. Fuel and Iron.. 

Chino Copper 

Cal. Petroleum 

Corn Produeta 

Olatlllera Sea 

Erie ♦ 

Oon. Motora 

Ooodrich (B^ P.) 

Gt. Nor. Ore 

Ot. Northern pfd. . . . 
HtAa and I'** PM- 

lasAifatlon Cop 

tat'l Nickel 

iBt'lMer. Mar. 

I«r| Mer. Mar 
UliAOla Central 
XMAOeott Copper 
l^mm Valley .,. 

i:4kak. Steel 

Maxwell Motora . 
MMvale Steel ... 
llBC. Petroleum . 
IMaBattrl Pacific 




■ W% 

44 H 


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. 43H 

.... (IH 
.... tl% 
.... aott 

pfd. 110V4 

— ai 




lib., kana. and Texsa 13% 

doAtk from Btrokt to the 
la far Mle to CMUAete the raAliSAUon of 
Y«t«S ntata. ilAidea the wkaft there AM 
twa boUdlaaa Mi the property, ope a thraS* 

70 feet, and 

K there 
.. >ne a th 

one flve-alaey.' atone and brick, building 78 

feet by ai foot depth, with a vacant front- 
aae on Wharf .s\i- - -- - - 

Moaiva. J. * j. A. 

a«e on Wharf street of 81 feet, suitable for 
arahouae buildlnga. 
FbrttM^ BarltaiBAre ma; 

, ay be 4^tained from 
Herd.,^Aalkltor*. Klrk« 

caldy. 8o«i|an4. or from Mr.Jlamaa Btwart 
Tatee. Barriater. 4j» qmteai ItaiidiBC, View 
8tr«et. y«pfja. Britllk CetUAIbla. wHk the 
latter •( «tkotil aB«rs aya toTbo lodaod. 



Re tandem for material uaed by Oypnv 
Rmlth CampMlim. We will aclt noata aopkr- 
ately or any rnunbor. <^>iir truck will deliver 
aaaae tree to any aart or city, 


Biilldlnir Oontraclors, i\«K or r.»4R. 




< -y A .0. *■. 


oMWa roeotvo 
. -ilttiastaa Lum- 
Hlilold*, Flraaa 


^d, oharpaaod aad 
aat on aow nib' 
waaklna aaaoklaob 

f IMS far farm aAAZAardea. daUvorod la 

V <k»ar» ar 
bailor week 

rare aad oai 

riAMo rvmxa 


Taetlmaaiaia p r ad a aeA mt 




B. UBWIA UAU^-Jowoll BlaoB. 
Tateo and Douglaa Btroalak 


TOABPHB MAOAM, Caal apaelalM. 

tf parmanantly carad. CoaouiuUeaa fraou 
V^ma 4*T-tai Ckmaban BwiMlaA. nSe 

IJAgaACOC ^^^ 

RADIANT Heat Bath*. MaaaagA. Mr. B. 
U. Barker, lata National HoaplUl. lioa* 
don, an Jeaae Bulldlaa. Phoae 3440. 

liAjfD gurnxmrotta 

jr. r, Toaaplata.1. BCUA i. r. Qaaag " 
A. W/llayittlo. V^m. an/lf&Xfca. 

Phaaa tat*. 




unvOBTB praparad, forfma aaaplA 
Uayd-Toaac. itMary fablia laii 
lat. Pkooaa 4ISI aad aidsL 

nnraioiAK amo mmemoM 



Both General and 
Local ImproTcment 




Othennrlse a Penalty of 

15% . 

will be added thereto on the 30th 
November, I9l9. 

Bills for 1919 General Taxes 
are noir beiof sent out dally. 

Any penon re(^liril^; biformi* 
fion regarding; taxes please com- 
municate with the undersigned. 


Collector of the Corporation of 
the aty of Victoria, B.C 

* aty Hall, Victoria. B.C. 29th 
October, 1919. 


VocMkNiil Trdbiiv. Solfim* 
* CMI - 

To All Coaeoraad!— 

Appilcatlooa for Bo-Tralnlnii a* earrlod 
ant undar Ordar-lo-CoancU Kamber 114 aad 

i«. WM SB 

All diaaMod man. towatkor witk thaaa who 
onllated andor otghtoea veara of a«o and 
are boneScUrlaa nadar tka aald Act. are 
roauoated to make aaraonal application b*. 
torothe abavo ma«tl««od data at tho A C 
R. Oilco. Oaatral Building. Vlataria. B.C. 

Thla Ordor doea not aaely to thaa* w%tm» 
diocharx- wui bo aabaoaaant to Jaaaary 

flat. laaa. 

i>«>-mAiIMMI«l «<M 
r#|.tfa; R>i|tdi«g. rictl^ia. 
bar Itb. laiA 

WINNIPEG, Nov. 8.— Osts Closed 
'ic low^r for December. Ho lower 
for May. Barley closed %c higher 
for Novpmb^r. %c higher for Decem- 
ber and •'Jic hiirher for May. Flax 
closed ,3c lower for November, Jc 
lower fAr December aAd Vc lower for 

Oats — Open High Low Clone 
December.. Sl^ 81^ 80 H 80% 
May 83 83% 82% il% 

BArley— • 


137 187% I3«% 13«4 

131% iti% it«% in% 














December . 


Rye — 
December.. 140H 142% 140% 141 

Cash prices: Oatfr — Np. 2 C.W., 
84%; No. 3 C.W., 82%; extra No. 1 
feed. 83%: No. 1 feed. 81%; No. 2 
feed. ?•%: trsck, 8i%. BArley— No. 
3 C.W., 141%: No. 4 C.W., 143%: 
rejected, 131%; track, 141%. FUx— 
No, 1 N.W.C., 483; No. 2 C.W.. 47«: 
Na. S t.W., 42tt ttmck;- 4te. Rro— : 
Na. 2 C.W.. 14t%. 



LONDON, Nov. 8. — BAr sliver, 67d 
per ounce. Money unchAnsed. Dis- 
count rates: Short bills, 6% per cent; 
three months bills. 6% per cent. 

NBW YORK. Nov. 8.— Bsr silver. 
1.23%. Mexican doltars, 07%. 

NBW YORK, Nov. 8.— Meresntile 
pAper, unehARfed. Bterlinf, denuind, 
4.14; cabtes, 4.14%. • 

iYABOB — OAUUMld, ' #.#1; flAMBIL 


Guilders— •DemAQd. tT 11*1 1; cAblas, 

t4re— DenuAd. 11.32; «A»«A«i, ll.t*. 
||Arks .*-0— Afwi. t.M; t»A> lA» t.t«. 


(ruraiokod by Bnrdick Broa, A Brett. Ltd.) 
Oera — Open. Hlith. Law. Cloaa. 

Dae. Ui% IU% 111% iaa% 

May »T 117% IttH 1S« 

Jaa. ittb laan tMH »•% 

New York Central 
Norfolk and Weatern. 
NArtkarn Pacillo . . . 

Okie Oaa 

VaanavlvAoia lt.ll... 

rioP*e 08. 

PreaoAl Ateal CAV .... 

Readlkii .<...: 

Ry. RtsM BbriaA ... . 

nay CMMAIUnlBd 

Repubile Atecl 

Sin. Oil 

iiouthara Pad fie 

Aanthara Ry. 
Btwlabaker Cof 
iN«Aa Sheffield 
The Texaa Company 

Tob. Prod. 

Union PacUte 

v«ah CoRpA 

tT. A ind, Aioakal .. 

tn i ifAkkar 

V. A, Steal, earn 

Vlrflala Ohom. 

WUV« overland 

WaatlABhanae Bioo. .-. 

74 V4 
100 Vi 



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14 M, 













29 H 


74 >4 

52 H 













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^ This SpAce Donkted by 






:ity M|n. Mr. firmer. Mr. Lumberman I WUh yoa «ft4 
Csn&dlMM rests the responsibility of nftklnt Hm 

. . ill fellow* 
responsibility of nftkinf 


th« taccBM which our national requirements dAOMOd. 
FlMftnce yo«r tmm enterprises by insuring the devela|)Mciit of your 

country. , 1, ;, i|i| 

BnnlKk Brothers A ttri^ Ud. 

Stock and Bond Brokers 

I I | i f i T I 






. Buy Victory Bonds ai«| . 
Insure Canada's Coi| 
tinucd Prospcritji^ 


A . R. GftBBN, 





PaM-aA Cafilal .... 
Raaerra Vaad .... 
nmarra LiaMlMy of Profttalon . 

Aggragala Aaaata BM Maveh, 1919 

Alp JOHN rniAAAU. 


•to BnJUtCHBB 004 AOBMOIBB te tba AasKallaa 
(Mew Gttlaa^, aad Londaa, Tba Baak tiaaaaata orary t 
Buinaaa. Wool aad other Prodaea ' 

aCANOa STtiAaT, AYOOIBV. i bb 

Atoneloa: Bank ot ManUaal aad Itayal Ba nk of Oa a adA 







(By F. W. Stevenaon, 105 Pcmherton Blk.) 
Htorkn — Bid. AaUed. 

Atliabaaca Oil lo 

B.<'. nerininv 30 

B. <'. Permanent Ix)an O.OA 

Bowetia Popper 17 

Boundry Bay Oil 

Canada Copper l.r>0 

Conaolldated M. % 8. 2».00 

Corlc Pr^lnce 

t>rum Lumiuon 13 

Oranby <(.00 ' 

Oreat Weat Perm 

Howe Hound 4. 00 

International Coal 28 

McOinivary ,, |( 


Paririr Coaat l>*lra B9.H 

Pitt H4>aidoara 14 

Rambler-Cariboo K 


Hpartnn Oil n' 

Utandard t<aad *.a« , 

Burf miat M 

Bualoeh Itinaa (,..,. .h 

Trojan Oil lj% 














a.C Naraak- 




LOia>ON. Not I. — Th% baIa of tha 
Duka of HAtnllton'a oolleetlop of 
pletarAA, aUvaf. furAUare ab4 bAAhA. 
ABA «f thA HBABt tmyvrtAiit hi mBtBy<| 
tlmaA. hAa brouAbt mAny blrh prJABA. 
incltidloc SS.AOB cuiRAAA pAld for a 
RomnAy portjrAlt. 

Other pAlntlncB aold. fm^nf tbAOB 
aAlnAborAtidiha. RaynoldB And RubAfM. 
At prfOAA fr««B Mtlkto IB.AAA CUtaMAA. 
TbB tOtAl fAr tllA WAAk'A BAlA Af plA. 

taroA IB noTA tfeAa ci74.bAA. «h* ativvr 




(Purnlahdd by Burdiek Broa. A Brett. 1A6.)' 

Btocka — 

Anrlo- l<'r. »%, lito 

I'. K. JV4% aoc, lOl* 

Roaa. Ovt. i%%. Tay. I»]i .. 
Ruaa. Ovt. 6H% Rouble, l»|« 

Dom. Can. 1% 1021 

Dom. Con. 5%. 1031 

Dom. Can. B%, lt2< 

ArventiiTe Ovt. •% itso 

Dom. Can. S% (^now) HIT . . 
V. K. ItST 




97 H 








97 H 







(Furnlehod Af *«'dMk Broa. % Bratt. ^ 



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Oo» e t Bu g of MArylAiid 
BALTIMORE, Md.. Nov. g. — BtAtA 
Attorney-G«nerAl Albert C, Ritchie. 
DemoenU. waa elected Oovernor of 
Maryland at TueedAy'R election by a 
lilurallty of KS over Harry W. Nlce« 
RepubllCAn, Accordinv to oompletA 
offlclAl FAturnB. 


hm s.a riiiiiBwi 

mvitmm0^ *irui bam^i twmnm^ At 

AAA tetlar And OBWArdA. ad whleh Isk 

tATBAt At 4« PAT AlUlAm lA «IIOWAd. 

UaoaI ehAAklnv ptirllAAAA tf dABlrAA 




It b the duty of every Cum* 
dian to buy Victory Bond* to 
the Mttent of his or her abflitye 

Those who intend to Invest 
can obtain full informatiQn with 
regard to the denominatioas of 
bonds, terms of payment, et«&A 
at any branch of TIm Bank ol 

A. Montizamt>ert, Afunac^, • 

D. Doiff, ManaSCTt ■aaAaiarilKAWa.* 




A Fumed Oak 
Dining Table 
for $28 — Can 
you beat this 

John S. BartboloBew, Jr. 


"$23,000 for $100 

h What *Hog 
Creek' Stock Brings** 

rpMIB report In tba rart Worth, 
* Torao. AUr-Telaaram of Aa»t. 
t9th. laat. aaaaka for Itaolf. 

Tbroaahoat, tho Caliad Atatao laaA 
AAd wanaA Aaro rocotvod »raAta af 
thaaaaaA ^ •t ttjlmrf freoi lavwtaaoaia 

mwm^ta^m «i ««HWir« irom lavaataaoaia 
M a raw haadrad AallAra. or oroa 

TAA IMT* n IB 9 B AI— f la ^^ 

Aaad tor 

laaao af 

will kooa r*^ la 

the areatoot /tarMtaaoat 

world. Thiak a< tAo 

■■tioo Aharaa art** 

Alaaply ao*d jnfrvr aaJaa 

a* a aoat card. 


J«kB Btftibtbmtw k Sm? 


We RcfQEi it Qtot 

1923 rmi um 

and irin pty Vflf^ prtnfl- 
iBf priott fat mv amouQli^ 


•• lit W iwt mmm 

nB rai« Si. BA« lUB VHt I 

•^or valaa vaa ovar aaft. KaatU aad law 
»«■ osaalMit tAla* ta waasaa." 
^^ —KINO I4IAK. 

—Aad A« aald aha waa dallAAtod wItA all 
tha rarattora tAoy »«rehaaad at tha aAava 
for thalr "Itaw Baaaa." , 

■rroral eaaal«aaiaata af GOOO CtUtfS 

rvnSnvna iit mu wane mwwr a^ 

UficnOK IM VICTOIUA. AatlAaoa. Plaaoa. 
MwBiatl laa tr aaaaata, Cloeka. Aewta* ifo. 

Fkaaa 9999. 

People's Famishing 

iM»Brc9iaL Co, PAsiw747 
n>Mi f i i >a . 

|raay fartiiiaie. 

Aafara AaylAA mt 
Wa aMka fair 



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In the pMt Why iibt let shipbuildings 
enable you to buy more bonds 

in the future? 

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dollars per month makes you a subscriber. 
Will you help? Thank you. 

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